Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MOVIE ACTRESS WHOSE DEATH1S CADSEOF1NQU1RYATPAR1S i the rosl IB for'the picture to leli. j JMropolitaa Opira house and I every so ohen from ihe strain o! j i has done SIMI i (he Chicago Grand Opera company to Metropolitan Opera House season I __ but in none of her previous iri'jmphs 'see me directing a opera organi- aud al the time preserve DIT i SEE YOURSELF'AS she hid the opportunity ihia] zation." said Deuaii, "but the truth Isjself-reepext.'1 nTUCDC CJ-ST vr display her touch of ram viM-ayed devotee of SulliTnu r Heiullx is in rtlarly illffmu. from any- I honestly enjoy conduct-1 conlinonti! a rvuad of his operas far mofe to thing the unrivalled sti'r has before ilillions He Involved in) Scheme Which Emanates from London, Onl. A'ib'eriu coal to Ontario via the j Oreat 'Lakes is the latest sugsesiioy that lias" coiiie''from the casl as a means of.solving the fuel.problem. A] company In has pro' lijai ihe Ontario gGTernraent should build.up Bxstem of lake barges to operate from I William to Port Stanley, with, liroper loading and unloading devices! at both end's of the1 line. i -Millions would probably be involved In -the scheme, it is staled, and all 'organizing'- genius, like Sir Adalil would need lo be secured in or-: der to make it a success. i Coal from the vesl could de-1 iiveretl in Ontario for from twenty- .five tw-fifty per cent, less than at, present If Ihe lake route could be ulil- to the.London scheme.] The" reason why the water route is j now in use for the delivery of euaclfil, "The Hurt of a I'hilil" j easily tier xuasterpiecf uf the screen. Anil in point of artistic iiroiiiictiou laA in (he excellence of meritorious. is no less "Tbe Heart of a ChiW." Xaziuiova's latest, conies to t'ae Colonial on nesiiay aud TbvraJay this NOVELTIES OF with 192 f. Bloom, the comedian. Woo If oik's Novelties ot who appears at the Majestic day evening was exchanging ox- periences the other uight with :a party ot playbrs. tie licpati on the as u member of a cheap com- pauy that played repertoire, r.fter j fashion, through the South and West. than you have any idea. !'Oue gto-xs tired of the strain of grand opera, for it Is a ctralu. and al- though It .may. seem .rather absurd to the the constant visujllrition ol" the tragedy which must unJerHe every grand opera story eventually gets ones much ihat a reason'of thete lyrical Jlnglet every so oflea Is very attractive. :'-NTo do iiot.ask why do not 'con- duct a Broadway musical show. Yo'j iuow there is no'such In the literal sensl ol thg word be- cause the 'so-called modsru muskal show is not a musical show at a.11, hav- ing no music. The synchronised mon- stros'lle.s which pass (or tunes in theie dreadfr.t .affairs get on the nerves of a musician beyond belief aud I think! completing a trans- light operu tour, lie Started '.be fiallo com- p.iny aud when that oryi.MwCou taken over by the Royal Bnjilsh com- continued with the juvption of R short spaeo ol lime -ihen he con- 'lucted the -St. Mjziteipj] jjght Opera nrganixiitiou. The .Royal litglith Opara companv irlil al.the Mnjestic theater hire on -Konlay-evening JOth in "The, Mikado." OTHERS SKE YOU On the sere-en at the COLONIAL THEATRE Thursday Night We've gat YOUR picture. It announced twenty-sis plfo's. was! a jef.r. ol them would put me in the 'up' in line, and of the six were-l iuad house, pirated editions um'.cr a faSe "it Is an entirely different thing .title. .It was one of tbose troupes wilh a Sullirau Sir Arthur i which largely depended for success on 'the "flash" with poat- e-rs. As the management i'ould not yet credit of the printers for printing 'opera. 1 think the score of ,at his ow'u, he bought job luts of dis-! -The Mikado" falls little short, music- i carded stuff from other consvauieB. ally speaking of ''Carmen" or "Paust." i We had a' full line of printing for 'the old Union Square success. "A. j Prisoner for Life" sail! Bloom, but [nothing even, remotely resembling a j copy of the play itself. The manager said we must use up tbat paper, which was sulendldly pictorial, alter the cohiposed.his scores with ;r religious regard .tor his themes vbich closely assimilate the writing of a grand This the directing of a Sullivan open, gives me. the -relief 'juy brain rieedi 'Is declared to the fact that movie -tar. who died in Paris test iveek under suspi- tasbion of twenty years and he powerful coal trade combines route 1 "VirciiiuiUnces She. is shown with her husband, Jack pickford, who niade the announcement along the i-oal' over favored and by'cir: h had nuarelled with her. I route that we shontd give "A Prison- -...i-_ nrul-o lllftk Jit HIM i I T10 tKo cuitou's routes, notwithstanding that the lakes provide the thortesl route and minimum "freight haulage. If. a service, such as: that .proposed, mater- ializes.. it is believed :ahat Alberta coal as well-as the-American, anthra- cite will shaie in-the benefits. DAY COACH IS BECOMING POPULAR WINNIPEG, Sept. li-7-With the exception of a few half-hearted kicKs being rta'istcred 'by pros- pective ticket buyers, the Inaug- uration of the 20 per cent. In- crease In the passenger ritei local ticket offices today wis car- ried out imoothly without confusion, a-joprdlng to local rail- way ofSeiatl. There difference to be noticed the numbers travelling by train ap- peared ai usual. In psylna the additional fare one tkAert buyar remarked: "I'm going to fool John Pullman though. The diy coach .MONTREAL. Sept.' Catherine on Saturday nish: here under the' aiis- of the As- sociailoo was well attended by repre- sentative citizens from outside points. A warm reception or for Life." Theri'he handed us the parts for another play, which grew I more and more familiar, until at j length 1 realized that we were play. ling in which Ben Slasiuler and Georgia Cayran were once so popular.'. At-the finitr rehearsal called-the manager's'attention'to tbs fact that there was not a single scene, situation.- or even line, of dialogue to suggest "A Prisoner, for Life" the title uuder wliich-we should.gire the play. "That's true, my boy" be said after a second's thought. But we'll fi% the company, "The villian is killed Sept. o( i the moriiiif1'session of'the Tradea andi 'Congress'Va's an by :Hon.- MV.Roilo, who declared that the precent Ontario government had adooteil many-or. the planks of Uie labor platform ahu had made a record i in ,iift yrOgrpss'lrc. legislation oa I the st al o earned the .delegate's that j the' greatest organized iay in dissension within its ranfcs. Walter Rollo declared bis had no intention of making "any rash prom- .ises. in his capacity ol minister of and he'alth of. the province, but he assured .the delegates that any. thins that he could do for thu wage earners, he stood ready to no the same as when he was .an ordinary dele He asked Hon. P. B. Blondin. poEtmaster-fien- eral, who urged all and moderate.- opiuioni" 16 get'.'behind (that. lie went on addressing was tsudered 1 "ear the end of tho iilay. You (turn' ing to the-heroine) "Just step-down and- say dramatically, "if he hadn't been shot he'd bee'n arrested and then for PPRESC :BjToday A Tomorrow. 11 -WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT E SEKSATIOMAL BOVLC WtJOLPOLK-y WITH I I Premier Jleighen 'oitf the would, have been A Prisoner for Canadian'policy: of-harmony, and un-iLIfe.'1- And well drop the curtain ciersandinK- bitween races which the right there. Ah! that tees prime minister, recently I WeVdid it over the rest of. the 11 province vf-'Quc-lroute" coliclndea Max Bloom, c the audience seemed to hkfl it. ;T said-Mr; 1 and he claimed that-we nre suffering! I j from an 'extraordinary evil.vtlie Ci- ploiUtion 'of EDMONTON, Sept. Edmonton's objection to the railway freight in- creases haa taken form wire to Premier Melghes from the board of trade slating that there 1s no opposi- tion to a reasonable advance neces- sary to supply additional revenue for the roads, but urging a more fair dis- tribution ot the increaies In the cases of the western hauls. The fifth-class j rate from Mmitrcal to Fort William. It pointed out In the. wire to the premier, is 63 cents, while from Port Lalonde.. advocate, gave voice to the i and aspirations of young French j Canada, stating Ihat his'Icieals would i tolerate no unjust concessions but: that each" race should live Mn'' that j stale of mutual self-respect which had been in the mind of Cartier.ln working for confederation. Messrs. Doberty ..and BallVhlyne were unable tb'aUend'th'e'meetlriE. Convent Girl Role For Irene Castle In Latest Picture gate to the congress. lie asked that the m be given a chance.. Hi dedarul that though the govern-1 William to Edmonton, a haul of only luent Viab ncl a labor government, it j 200 miles more, the rate is The .was.sympathetic to labor- and aay-jwesteru haul is no more thing it had done in the past or would Ithsu the eastern, tha board LIQUOR EXPORT MAN, i FINED "AT MOOSE JAW! "The Amateur Wife" Presents the Dancer-Star In a Unique Character Empress Now. iio-.ln the future for the It Is 15 per cent, higher in the MOOSE JAW, Sept. Irene naslle has'the unique role. of. in..- i Jackson' mannser of tha. Capital Kx-, inlloccBi Krcnch convent eirt who ,_ ,et 1 port company, iinillcil, doing 'bulhicss. coms.3 to Kew York 'to visit her greatest good to the greatest number The indent government, he decldicd amid applause, wonltl give the manufacturers and fin- ancfal inlere'sts greater consideration than their representatives had given the farmers, anil wage earners when were in power- inti There was talk freight Bcale. A reply from Hon. Arthur Mei- ghen just to hand, acknowledges the Kdmonton hoard'n telesram hut cated will have to be made lo governor-in-council. setting rorth the; objections of the application of the J a liquor export fined; ?100 and cos'ts and sentenced and tliscoTers.her the star in jazziest musical comedy in town j weeks in the Heginn jail this morning! in her latest I'aramount Artcraft pic- B hen ho was founil guilty of soiling! "The Amateur which will m> battles of .liquor to- ppusUhlej tRff attraction at Empress) that an aoceal along the lines Indi- B'undell of the city police force. The'theatre today anil tomorrow. Her i policeman used a marked ten" dollar snliserinent adventures with her moth- j hill, which when- the- police.'ralited er's numerous admirers and gradual the store was laken from-. Jackson. I hloBsnming into a woman of. charm! I 100 ca.HOii.of seized I and distinction forma the interesting A DISTINCT NOVELTY IN AMUSEMENTS GIRLS -GIRLS -PLENTY 9F GIRLS Price. 75c, 50c Seats'now-selling at Armstrong A Riworth'a ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Majestic Theatre, Lettibridge POSITIVELY FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20TH JOHN J. MacARTHUR anrf LAURENCE A. LAMBERT PRESENT the lhe new freight scale, big interest had-'made Any effort to bring to bear on the cabinet. }le'had seen no representative of "big Intefe.sts" since-the-house adjourned and in the house he only the rep- resentative of the C. P. R. there for six weeks' trying to. defeat amend- ments to the TVorkmens' .Comptnsa- DROP IN SUGAR YORK Sept. Ar- -bnCkle Sugar.Refilling company today "reduued their list-price of fine grann- lateil sugar from to IS cenls a poii.ml. :TRY TO UNSEAT FARMER M. P, P. TORONTty Sept. of Ilie Duffcrin county election pelltioti wKIch" seeks lo.unseal ThoniBg Kerr M V V -who was elected on Oc- in the U.F.O. interests. DleiN-at OBgooiJe Hall. John 'Johnston'.' Wm. lirandou and are the; petitioners It he hoard of I-ollce. trade vill continue its efforl anil will submit its. objections lo tha cabinet I HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE suggested by the premier.' READY FOR THE TARIFF COMMISSION OPENS COLONIAL TONIGHT plot of this photoplay. i It .was adapted from a story Xaturo T.arlley and was directed bv Kibvard Dillon. William P. Carleton irf the leading nmi. Added attraction, a delightful Brings comedy, "Distant Paramount Magazine WINNIPEG. Sept. The Cana- J Kon. Tonight is the'hig nlghTat Ihe Col- onial Theatre, fiir It will Witrie's's the opening ofv the .Hippodrome. .Circuit j anrt Mi8s Dolly Preston Vaudeville, shows for the coining sea-] ami Mr Wx in narmony Binging. diin Manufacturers' Association at a QI} light's new bill will be seen! _.. jotnt conference of eastern and west- al, array of 7aiiilevilleh talent which! COMING TO THE MAJESTIC As a shy little girl from a tom'eiil, slie found her mother a "musical comedy Then she began to learn real life! The rest JB cometlr, yivirf contrasts, JOYC. AH colored by the charm of beautiful gowns aud- the whirl of smart society. The zippy romance of ti Freuoh convent'girl wlio made Broadway Stop, Look, and Listen! >ko Paramount Magazine and deligmful Briggs comedy, "Dis- tant CousinB" and Miu Dolty Preston and Mr. Ben Dlx In har- mony stnginaanrf duetc, Usual Prices COMP HANA 3HIWOZUMI Famous Prima Donna j. HUMBIPD DUFFY Eminent Tenor Together wltli a'.mugnificcnt caat of principals, superb syniphonx orchestra, under the direction of BENDIXT and wonderful scenic proflneUon, in tteir production of Gilbert fc-Sul- Ifvtn's opera, "The Mikado" Address letters, and post1 office money orocrt pay- abfe to Len S. Brown, Manager, Majestic Theatre, Lethbrldge. En- close stamped envebpe to help return. ?2.00, fl.OO. Mill o refer a now received. era mamifatiiirers completed its cage for presflntaUon lo the laritt sloa here tomorrow. .Among tho eastern nuiuifaflurers who atleadMl tbe couferecce and who will attend the hearing tomorrow nre J. R McKinnor, presWent; S. R, Par- wns. J. T. Stewart, J, R. Kalsh, J. R. K. Bristol. R. WCITCF aiJd U. Trelo, nil of Toronto, and A. P.. Prin- glc, of Ottawa, counsel, The i'liUer! F'armen of Manitolm act present separate stalement this visit of the commission. There wHI merged wlOi the mem- orandum tc be presented by N'onnan of the Canadian Council Agriculture. K. Wood, s. naltl secretary of [be United t nnappy, happy melange of rr.uilc and sons.- BOB ROBERTS "A Corker in Cork" "WHO'S YOUR A Smashing Pictorial Sensation Also COMEDY AND LATEST NEWS PRICES AduMi, KK. 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