Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT TUB LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER J, 1920 PHOTOPLAY UDEVILLE Not Much Sympathy With Pol- itical Action at Trades nnd Labor Congress WlXDtOK, (int., Sopi. H Thi- tooruing's session of Trader Labor ot a lively "L( on coutiaumiuu of tbo the resolutton of the Ottawa ralntors' Local 200, favoring poIiiU-.i! nc- "Moil ou the part of the whio'i "was eliminated from report on a mutton of James of Tor- Vhut the re affirm ils Elaud on politua! action aiiopced by the camo an exciting half hour over resolution ol the Toronto Trades aal Labor council .which fiiilird lo reach v.ithin BAKER VICTIM Or AUTO COLLISION r.l'MOSTON. iiej-t. i In ihe Alexandra iajt'iupct. Cainp- j -it'll ultU Hi o'clock this IK-PH iTijnreil !n a uis aaio u street ear. lie TI; at Out., ami bid Charles Kdward. his brother. his sister, Kulh, bad iy I'diuoiitou a'visSt tu his the old humo in was ihe t-ldwt sou of a i'v f'o'Jrlsi.'U. cud his is break. his he u fuiii'Jy ol two buys usul tJ-o tlilitccii. yo'ii'pesl ftiU'r years of age. Me cause to Kdiuor.tun was proprtelor or.e of Ihe tali cry hs VVeetern Me starlet! iu HEES in Kdiuoiiton In 1998. in the various scenes are it-iic-mly chusrn, ar.d must artistic. the "Warn Case" is bound li> lie a bis success for just when all i-vonis luipeless, Destiny intervenea and enshrines Love in Its proper tht- du'.-lions are features of the1 operas. Manager BroH-n to slate that the maii orders for seats itre now be- ing received. regular seat sale wilt open on Thursday morning at Armstrong and Haworth's. SEIZE rRON MATERIALS FI.ORENTI'.'Scpt. li.-Thrco irr.rk- loads dl have IjtK'ii od by metal. :tt thn station ot Arrno here, Ihs workers claim- ing Iron VRS needed by them in fLctcric's have occupied. Tho value of Ihe niatcrtels taken over is estimated ;it five hundred thousand Several motor lorries time limit. James Simpson j motor lorries with v.-h that they tic acceiitod .-.s ihous'-i re-j atso been selrcd by the men. ceivetl on tiuu- ar.d tbij '.va? done' after President Moore dcciarci! j out of order one parasnii'h to j the investigation of the executiv connection the Winnipeg strike. GIVING THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE A NEW Vfr.ro TURN Case" an absorbing lns a non-partisan commission! to deal wilh all tariff matters. Shwt-i Iv after this In drama we are remind- only that glves Triangle Irene Castle Play I Is Attracting Big Crowds at Empress i ___._ A Different p'ictvre i Iri-ne Oasile bas ample opportunity j in the later scenes of ''The Amateur fU'lf'V her new picture1 showiti? at Impress theatre for.tho last time (onipht. la wear the gowns for which rhc is famous and prove ber to i be ci'.Hod a beauty of tho screen, but fin the opening scenes of tho photo- f the'ls far from an allurintr crea- This Is not Mrs. Castle's fault, ibut rather that of the author of tho She portrays u French convent j rmiit! awkward, grotesquely dressed [and wearing her hair in braids, who -Lnines to America ami Is Injected Into say lite of New York by her 'wether, who is a musical comedy j "The Amateur Wife" Is described us a Castle picture that Is entirely ilifierent from any screen work tho ilanccr-slar has dcno so far and as r.orsessius: an unusual appeal. Tomorrow, Ihe Empress will have rmother big attraction. Ethel Clayton in "Young Mm. Winlhrop." LETHBRIOGE TO-SEE "THE MI- KADO" NEXT WEEK, PRESENT- ED BY FAMOUS OPERA CO. Aii announcement or extraordinary interest Is that made by- ..Manager ________________ Drown of tho Majestic theater con-; FINE VAUDEVILLE OPENS cerning the appearance at the Majes- tic theater on next Monday evening, Sept. 20tli, of the rtoyai English Operu Ing the report, declared strongly! VlilCT tne f'ftnax comes it causes a against the intervention ot file con-! "f astonishrnent at the unusual gress in politics and pointing out thati'ur" hETI! The play is every view of labor, from the advanc-t ful1 surprises, but nt no time does to the -wnuld i reych within the bounds of the to" demand the support the congress Iii the Violet llopsou as the beautlfnl neg- propagation of his political views, lie- 'ccteil Lady Ware, and llatheson Laug fore the motion for the adoption lier handsome, but dissolute hus- the clause was p'ut to the congress are. excellent artiste. There is Peter JllacCalftm. Toronto, entered at'hat sincerity, case ami finish about pica for the entry o! the congros? into: lncir >voiS that ever been char- politics and ileclarKCi himself in favor j "cteristlc of great Knglish cctors of a workers' republic with a board, j am! actresses. The rest of the cast or soviet form ot povernmor.t. This'arc worthy supporters and Ihu back- brought an of approval, front a spectator in [bn gallery which1 drew a reprimand from the president and -John Varlev of Toronto, took the floor I He did not mention aw names but referred to the damage that bad been done t.i !hn labor movement by nien in the west who hail probably been bloivu into their milplts th.en out of their pulpits into the labor move- ment, Soviet Leader Lloyd George Sept. Kara CneM of the Kliesiiiit trade mission in London who left Kngland n fen- I .ago, has arriTed in BcrgGii. He has been authorized three days in Norway and will come to this city for a ronference with Maxim Jjolshevik assistant commissary for foreign affairs. Attacks Lloyd George PARIS. Sept. leaving Loizdciii-: M. Kamencff, head of the UolEiiev.il; tradn mission there, is said to written to sev- eral members of the parlia-. ment declaring that slak'mcnts made i hy Premier Uoyrt GcorEc on ihe oc-'. casion cf his deparlurc hail brought j about a break in Husso-Iiritish ncgu- tlations. A dispalch from tamlon j says M. Kameneff protested agafnsl i the premier's declarations, accnsiiis j Lloyd GOCIIKC nf havini.- "constantly worked to bring about the failure of i tho Alicio-Hussian ncgotir.'.ions." IflB Si Wednesday Thursday LTilEL CLAYTON tt IN YOUNG ing numbers, and an appropriate stage j Browning, scored, comedian Dob who oborls. a held tie laughing for a solid fifteen blackface audience minutes. are Jefferson Pe Anselis who will appear as Ko-Ko; liana Shimon- zumi. the wonderful yotms Japanscse prinia donna, who vill seen as Yum-Yum. Other celebrities in the cast will include J. Himiblrd Dutfey, Detmar Popplu, Liivinia anj, DSiib Benrnln. Mas Beailli will the sym- I phony orchestra, ivhu'h is u feature of all Ilojal English Oi't-ra compsny's performances. On Ibeir present tour i; is requiring ber thai puts nu Ideal finish to otie of special cars to transport the com-ilha befat acts on the hill, pany, there being some olshly per- As usual, the pictures vrero right sons ia tie company. A magnificent up to the mark, and with Charlie! chorus and fine stenic pro Beresford's orchestra in accompanl-j Is thoroughly I _ Danny Graham, nnd Max act enjoyable. Wood's famous horse "Becky." Thei Roberta tells an abundance of funny stories, and closes Vltti a couple of parody SOUKS. Billy and Babo Grove rounded out the show with their snajipy specially act, finishing up with a cornet num- is a souped under the iille of said to be beauties and picked for their talents as well as looks. NAZIMOVA COMING TO THE COLONIAL ON WED. THURS. Theatregoers will welcome the an- nouncement that the s'Jiirenu1 screen Etar -Nazlmova, will tie seen at the Colonial Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday in her latest production "The Heart of a a striking pic-, turizatlon of Frank Daiiuy's novel of the saiao napie. This lu'e romance ot a little Cockney girl from tho tene- ments ot Umehouse gives Xaziraova wonderful scope for a display cf her reiuariiable.'talents. The story swings with ease from the sordid atmosphere of tho London East End, lo the West End aristocracy, to the glitter of the London Theatre and tiie upper "four hundred." Poignant with human interest is the scene in which Naziinova as "Sally" the little slum girl dancing in the street to the hand organ is told "Wot a lark father's bashed yer mother's After the tragedy that orphaned You'll" eujoVi Nazimova in latest, company, who will pay Lethbridge a visit for the one evening only, pre- senting their majulflclcni production of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic onera "The Mika" The Mikado. r be an 'Ue COLONIAL FALL SEASON Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville got away to a good start at the Colonial Theatre last night. The whole show- is right up-to standard and afforded keen entertainment lo the capacity audience. ment the whole show enjoyable. Tho same bill will be repeated again tonight fur tho last time. MUSICAL SHOW i AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT At the Majestic tonight Doyle Wool-: folk's Novelties of 1920, the newest! of tlie get together musical revues.: that has been well received wherever I presented this season, will be offered here. Some of the things made fun ot in this popular revue are the Bevo j Cure, -a satire ou Prohibition, tho travesty on mind reading, the One! Arm Lunch Uoom and others. In ad- j ditlon to Max Bloom himself, his chief j assistants In the fun making are Alice Sher, Doris Canfteld, Jack Jack O'Lynn, Renee P.ayne, George You arc dot exjiaiiinem- In K when you uso llr. CCZEMA I ment for tnd Jrrita- tions. It relieves at oaco and grade- My neaEs the skin, gamble bci Or. Cliase'i OlriUiient free II you menUoa this Eajxr r.r.d send foi' postage. 6Cxxa 01 dealers or Edasnsoo, Baits St Co., I j ml ted. Toronto, _ Brady and Wilson, a pair of for did -singers open the show with, a ij, n p Pleasing singing specialty act. Miss tour of the Royal Lneilbh Opera com-j Brady's rendition of 'Let the Rest of Ims been made possible the World Go By." was sung in fine by the good work being dous theatric-1 style, her rich soprano voice being by the Trans-Canada Theaters, I used with splendid affect. The pair were heard to advantage in number of duets. De Venn, Dell and Joe, (Joe being the dummy) furnished plenty of comedy with their variety act. Lots all quite an eve.-it tor the whole of Canada, for the company is one of the finest opc-rallc organiza- tions Canada has seen in many years. Notable among the artists who will be seen in "The here next of snappy dialogue, o few bright sing- COLONIAL TONIGHT (TUES.) LAST TIMES "HIP" VAUDEVILLE BOB ROBERTS Comedian BILLY AND BABE GROVE Specialty Act BRADY AND WILSON Harmony Singing DE VEAU DELL AND JOE Variety Feature Photoplay "WHO'S YOUR COLONIAL ORCHESTRA FARMER CANDIDATE IN W. PETERSORO CHOSEN I'K'fnUOOilO, Out., Scpl. Corbetl Campbell, of South I MonaKiinn, was the riioico nt Hie! United Fiirrners ot Ontario, at ;i en vcntlnu nil i-'aliirtb'', as II farmers' candidale tn nmtvsi Vuturbnro in Hi" by election for house of commons, j DESPITE HAIL STORM THERE 13 PLENTY OF FRUIT i ST, CATHAFUNKii. 1 of fnii[ (or slitpinpiLl KaMr'i.v.-v. tin1 lii-- nbnormally Ijeavy ilier'! will plenty for the markets. ludlviiltinl growers will suffer losses mated to total The i majority of tiie groivers In Ihe fruil belt were not in the path of the storm. Their crops are so large it Is doubtful if the storm will cause finy boost In prices. COMMUNISTS TAKE OVER MEXICAN TOWNS MEXICO CITV, Sept. ports received here state that sev- eral towns In the of Yucatan have been taken under control by alleged Communists. EJronson Howard's vivid, Intr- mate drama af young married life. The story of two who loved each other dearly, yet blindly wreck- erf their horns. The sensallona! climax at .1 "5porty'r jazz partyl One of the most exciting scenes ever pictured. Today for the Last Time r< A OT'f F lEM CASTLE In "The Amateur The rcn-.r.ntk talc of an "ugly duckling" i war, bred in a tr, bed at nine. Mil she reached New York and Itarr.cd to grow fine feathers. Then Husband found he'd married a wife who could fly I All brilliantly picturized In a big, appealing love story! OTHER ATTRACTIONS Extra Special Attraction Wednesday Thurs. This Week createslier gVcstcst of Sally, in in ifie street io a hmd-oroan someone s bashed yer moilier 's 'ead in i this tragedy thai orphaned her- ilw airis inborn goodness proof againstj the World's atamorous tempting Added Attraction "LIONS' JAWS AND KITTENS' PAWS" Wild Animal Comedy Riot Superb Orchestral Accompaniment By the Colonial Concert Orchestra 40c, nights 56c. Children lOc. NIX THEATRE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ANGLO-CANADIAN PICTURE PLAYS PRESENTS Violet Hopson and Mathescn IN The Ware Case A BRITISH MASTERCRAFT PRODUCTION." THE FAMOUS FIVE-ACT ENGLISH DRAMA TAKEN IN LONDON, ENGLAND, BY AN ENTIRELY ENGLISH CAST. ADDED ATTRACTIONS Sirand Comedy, "Her Winning and "Seeing Canada" Phoenix Orchestra IMJESIIC--TONIGHT at 8J WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT Prices 75c, SOc Seats now selling at Armstrong 4 ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. jestic Theatre, Lethbridge POSITIVELY FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20TH JOHN J. MacARTHUR and LAURENCE A. LAMBERT PRESENT the COMP WITH JEFFERSON DeANGELIS Cerebrated Comedian EDITH BF.NMIN Prima Donna HANA SHIMOZUMI Famous Japanese Prlma Donna J. HUMBIRD DUFFY Eminent Tenor Together with a magnificent cast of principals, superb symphony orchestra under the direction of MAX BENDIX, snper-siiiKlng chorus, and wonderful scenic production, in.lhcir production of Gilbert Sul- livan's opera, "The Address letters, make cheques and post office money orders pay- able to Len S. Brown, Manager, Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge. 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