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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD vVEDXF.SDAY, SKPTKMBEU 15, 1020 PHOTOPLAYS Colchester To Be Close TRURO, N. S, Sept. tbe opening of the polls onlv flve days dia- lant. Interest in the Colchester by- election, In wKth Hon. p. B. McCurdy. ainUter ol public worts, is seeking reflection to opposition to Hugh KckBon, Farmer-Labor candidate, Is approaching fever heit here. Bo.th are oremued ud are conducting a most compre- hensive campaign and concede that tbe rarolt viil be decidedly close. Those who are following the campaign closely base their estimates on the ftcl that it Is somewhat of an un- kapyra quantity. Labor has been ac- tive throughout tbe campaign In sup- port of Capt. Dickson. TORONTO, "Sept. B. C. Drary has refused the rep.'jest of a deputation from the Ontario branch cf Uie Domioion Alliance 1o call a special BMsion of the legislature to .tiring into effect the Sandy bill so tbtt "short circuiting" and "rum-run- rinz" mlsht fce stopped. 'Tie premier stated that In the opinion of tbe gov- ernment a special session or tbe leg- islature would BDTTC no good purpose u tbe Sandy bill could not be madoi force pending the taking of the RATIFIES TREATY BKUIRADK, Sept. slav parliament today of a Chiylcs Itrj'ar.t's adapta- tion o! Ibo iwel bv Frank D.inby, tbe brilliant Metr.o star rvcoiU'J au app'i- j cation for a position in In r company from a luun to whom she haiuls ih the most the treaty ot peace with Bui- the "The JUir; or a uarla. i shows at the Colonial Iheatro 4u is; Alberta Crop's Bumper Value The writer of tbv epistle, according to his owa appraisal of his acconiplir'-i- menls, could double iu (or a chameleon. Hive is Ills letter: ''I. Klmer K. Gilmour, ilo lierety ap- ply as fi iur small rart with your Cc-mfany. 1 mil know I have three years Hxnerierce- such us Harder, ticket aged, blnck face fc Irish. 1 have up to date Swede S MA .--an go through ctmi- Calgary Herald Estimates It Is mic stase stops and can repsir timee scenery and cm Mecanical sceneiv. "I also say that I warrantee goot! satisfLtctlon all through and. voultl mention that i can up for Cinn- blick face and all a roniu! athletic can do hand syrtugs shoulder springs ft front knocks. 1 enclose a letter aoad for ivhich you can see -ivivh what company I was for the time 1 been out until three weeks ago. We hid lv.il luc's at btsn- Jor. hall. j "We burnt oul. i "1 lost fivfc costings to day Only mvii 1 hta.ck iviij 1 Suette outfit which I had uct nUH ibe company. HaJ L tafceo them along they uilebt Le I have beon cc-tUug JK.T week, but would work for less. I assure you wo sa know fall mi. 1 also say.l can pr't for you a young emotion woman who will work cheap fur you and woulil say she is a inor- nil Girl banjo at that and she can sins Com Line. "1 remain yours ivi Honesty ludlstry sobreity. j "Mr. Elmer K. Giltuore." Worth Four Times That of 1915 CALGARY, Sept Cal- gary Herald says today: wheat crop in 1915 was bushels, valued nt In 1919 the yield was valued 00. The taterf official estinnie of this year's crop Is bushels which bring at say S'.o'J a bushel will bring Alberta farm- ers' the huge sum of This means In other words that the bumper yield of 1915 will this year be increased over fourfold In monetary value assuming that approximately the present price of wheat holds." THIRD EARL OF LONDESBOROUGH DIES IN LINCOLN LONDON, Sept. Fran- cis William Henry Denison, third Barl of died loriay tit Lincoln. THIS ACTOR IS NO "AMMITURE" (Common Sense, He Says, .Would Settle the Irish Question in 5 Minutes solu- De righta as we enjoyed by the %elf- gOTernlag nations of the British Em- pire, said Sir Thomas Bsmonde, a lollower ol Parnell and Reitmond, who fa to Montreal'today, sir Thomas raid a resolution along these lines passed at a conference held re- cently in London and w.is sent to the government, 'The thing would .-be settled'in five minutes if people only had-i little common was the way in which lie summarized his opinion.- EDMONTON TO JOIN IN'RATE APPEAL EDMONTON, Sept. appeal i agamst the decision of the railway I commission In- filing new freight rates will-be afforded by the board of trade. Instructions were siren the special railway commission .ol the council. Tnesday. to prepare the ap- peal and eabmit it to Ottawa. In tatdng ttia action, the council decided to act independently of ap- peals made from other western cities. It has been EtiBeested that Joint ac- tion might be taken with the Winni- peg board of trade but It -was decided the local board should act alone. One reason was that it was felt that tie nnfairness of the rates as they particularly apply to this section of tie country could he more effectively appealed by lie local board. ARRESTS AS RESULT OF THOROLD RIOTS ST. CATHARINES, Ont. Sept. 15. first arrests growing out of the farcstigatlon by provincial otficon; into the Tfcoroid riots of teat month "were jcade thlg .morning when at least 15 had been taken Into custody at Thorold. Motor cars vero being pro- cured (o rush the first Installment of prUonerg to He Jali at Welland. It is understood that 4t> warrants fere to served and as fast as the arrests are made the prisoners are to moved in contingents into the jails. ALLEGED AGENT FOR RAILWAY ORDER SENT FOR TRIAL CALGARY, Sept. F. Free- born, arrested hero on September 2, charged with obtaining money uniler false pretenses from the International Harvester and Campbell and Griffin firms In this city, wae committed for trial in police court Wednesday mem. ing at the conclusion of his prelim- inary lion ring, Freeborn was taken into custody following Information received through the C.P.R. from Rcgina, i! being al- .leged that he had operated exten- sively in different cities In the cant He represents himself an agent for a railroadmen's organization and a special publication known as the "BulIoUn." Tha papers found in his possession show that he collected large "sums of money In ROBina. PROMOTED TO DEPUTY MINISTER OF FINANCE Proffers His Services to Nazlmova For Even Less Than a Week Xarimora was at work on her la'.est Bcreeu Heart Ethel Clayton In Absorbing Picture Of Domestic Life Pretty Star Is Appealing Heroine In "Young Mrs. New Film. Blbel Clayton's latest Paramount Artcraft picture, "Young Mrs. Win- will be the attraction at the Empress theatre for two days, com- mencing today. It is an entertaining story of young married lite, telling of the estrangement of a youthful bus- bami and wife and Iheir reconcilia- tion under ctrcuiusianrosi Branson Howard wrote the jilay lioui nhich it was adapted. I Kthol Clayton has the role of ntea- gure-lovlug Coustanco Wlntlirup, ubllo Harrison Ford is too liuslaml, mmiTsed In business. Their varyliiK Interests lead them apart, the soli connecting link beius: their five-year- old child, li'jsic. Tho hnsliaud be- comes involved In an Innocent, but shady lookins atUir wllh a jlrs. Dun- bar, who is bent upon revengiiu; hur- 60lf uiion Constance. The climax of the picture Is the death of Itosle which at first separates tiioni still further, hut later brings them toaotb- through the action ot 1 luwvcr- friend of both. Also Burton-Holmes Travel Picture Christie comedy, and miss Dolly Pros- ton and Dls-iu (iucta. ORIGINAL WINNIPEG KIDDIES The funniest and' fastest vaudeville Ehow in the world is booked for the Majestic theatre on, Tuesday Sept. a'l. Canadians who doubt that t'jel- own country cau produce the bc-st stage talent on the globe ore due for a big surprise w'aen they see The Original Winnipeg Kiddies who have smashed scores of records In both Panada the United ivuose nistory is more astounding and unique than any other show In existence today. Tbe performance %iveu by these Kiddies is a riot of color qnd comedy, of melodr and mirth. You forget all about them being kids after the first five minutes, and you settle down to eu'joy a show that has broken records made by big New York successes. Tliiso kiddijs started out when they Merc about seven years old. Their SHU vviis to.ralf? funds for patriotic Tliat in mis. They played in the villages and sinsll towns, many; hiirdsbipa wilhoui a whlnipu'r, uiul working for .wars for nothing. In this work, In which they raised .thousands upon thousands o: dollars for war widows, wiir .orphans and like needs, (hoy gsye freelv one them losiiiK an eye, aud two others narrowly escaping death by drowning. JAPANESE PRIMA DONNA Hana ShlniQzuml, the iira donlii iji" lloyii' Opera company ijooii to uppenr here in a repertoire ot iisht couiic opera uiKleV ibo'direction i. Mac- Arthur and Laurence 'A. -Lambert at tue -Majestic .theatre oil Monday even- ing cqit, Sept. has been tiio sub- ject ot great curiosity on tlie part of Ihe women patrons in ber audiences. They all marvel, at hor wonderful command o( the English language, iiijr. eiianclatlon and pronunciation be- ins superior to many of the American and English born arllsts. All over- look .the fact; that Miss Sliimozumi has spent twenty of ber twenty-three year's In Ibis country, havius left the [land of the cherry blossom while a child of three. One outlmslastic young miss wh'j fuumi her way back to tbe dainty singer's dresslujj room during a cent performance voiced tho general vouder. Miss Shiniozuml laughed merrily "Why" she laughed. "If ray nation- ality were not so unmistakably parent. 1 would pass for an American anywhere. The only Japanese thing about me aside from oiy facial Is my inordinate ric-e which 1 could eat three .times a day, year In and year out. were it not for'tne fact, let me whisper it, 1 am terribly afraid of growing fat. 1 would dearly love to sing Oer- malne Chimes of Normandy" and Messrs. and Lambert have promised that when I beconia sufficient mispress of tha art of.make- up they will let me try the role. 1 don't see why anyone- should object to my appearing as a French girl. Kvery other nationality assumes an- other on tho stage." -Miss Bhlmozunii received ber musi- cal education Im San Francisco and her literary education at the Univers- ity of California In Berkeley, Cali- fornia. THE ORIGINAL I !f- 15! OTTAWA, Sept. C. Saun- ters, assistant deputy mfnlstcf of finance, has been promoted to (ha position of deputy minister In sue. cession to T. C. Bovllle, C.M.C., who has been superannuated. Mr, Bairn- tlern has been 30 years In tha depart- ment. Our Evening Classes have started for vne Fall Term and meet on MONDAY and THURS- DAY evening of each week from 7.30 to 9.30. Individual Instruction [s given In the following subjects: SHORTHAND, TYPEWRIT- ING, BOOKKEEPING, BUSI- NESS ARITHMETIC, PENMAN- SHIP, BUSINESS LETTER WRITING, SPELLING, ENG- LISH. If you are employed during the day this Is your bpportunity to improve your education by evening study and thus make success easier of attainment. Call at our office, talk the matter over and arrange to start any Monday or Thursday evening. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 413 8lh St. South, Lelhbridgc. Phones: Office 1315, Res. 1531 IN THEIR EVERYTHING: NEW SEPTEMBER AT TH E Mat. 25c, adults S1.00. Nioht, 75c, 51.00, S1.50. (Night Seats Reserved) PRES TODAY AND PRICES JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS ETHEL CLAYTON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ANGLO-CANADIAN .PICTURE PLAYS PRESENTS T in "Y.oung Mrs. Winthrop" A Story JThat Snuggles Close to the Heart She was a pleasure-fovlng wife and he was a business-loving hus- band. Only their baby held them tpgfithsr. One night, while they quarreled'after a "sporty" party, the child was aWay. Co hie and see what happened after that I So true to life, you'll think of a similar case you know. So tender and fma, you can't hold back the tears. So human, you'll laugh In sheer rfellght. Beautiful'Ethel Clayton En her most appealing note, OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS low Playing TODAY AND THURSDAY ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY B POSITIVELY FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20TH JOHN J. MabARTHUR and LAURENCE A. LAMBERT PRESENT the opson and Mafkson Laiig t MASTERCRAFT PRODUCTION. THE FAMOUS AN ADDED ATTSACTIONS Strand Comedy, "Her Winning Weeps." and "Seeing Canada" Phoenix RA COMR WITH JEFFER30N DsANOELIS Celebrated Comedian EDITH BENMIN Prlma Donna HANA SHIMOZUMI Famous Japanese Prima Oonna J. HUMBIfiD DUFFY Eminent Tenor ToKclhor -.Hh a inacniflcen! cast of principals, snpwb syiiiphony pi orchestra mirier the dtrecllon of MAX BEfiOIX, supur-siiiBiri; chorus, anrt v.-oiKlMful ecenlc prodliollon. in Iheir production of Oliu'ert ft Sill- lilail'B Address letters, make cheques and post office money orders pay- able to l.en S. Brown, Manager, Majestic Theatre, Lethbrldge. En- close self addressed stamped cnvcl.ope to help ensure safe return. Si 00. orders now received. Screens greatest'oc- trees in a stofy that stirs you and charms you you ced the is considerably than hatf'bad ADDED ATTRACTIONS "LIONS' JAWS AND KITTENS' PAWS" A Wild Animal Comedy Rtet Screcii Magazine Orchestra READ OUR OTHER AD. BELOW iYOUSSEFASOTHERSSEEYOU ON THE SCREEN AT THE Among those local celebrities who will screened are the follow- ing: Mr. Hufner, Mr. Rosewarn, Jimmy Gordon, C.P.R, ticket agent; "Andy" pill Minor; staff of tlie Ellison Milling Company; staff of the Transfer Company; staff of the Lethbrldge H61el; staff of the C.P.R. Freight Sheds; stafl of thi C.P.R. Telegraph Dept.; staff of tho Dominion Meat Market; staff of the Harris Brokerage Co.; staff of the Standard Bank, North Lsthbrldgc] claff of the CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT; slaH of the C.P.R. Local Offices; staff 6f the Com-' msrclcl Cafe: staff of the Express Company; slaff of the International Harvester Company; staff of the Silver Grill; staff of tho Colonial Tailors; staff of the O.K. Repair Shop; staff of the Paris staff of the Coc.i Cola Company; s'.alf of the OInnder Hard- ware staff of Ihe Uodtl Tailoring Co.; staff of Becker and Yatcs Lumber Oo.; staff of the Williamson 'fcsrage Co., staff of the City Sign, Works, staff of thi Dallse Hotel; olaff of the Slaeey Lumber Carr.n.Tny, staff o! the McClenaghan nnd Taylor Co., and scores of other Lelhbridgeitea >'ou all know, WE'VE GOT YOUR PICTURE AND YOU LOOK FINE Snoclal above 'pictiifei' villl be shown positively Iri iiioii to regular shows, in no way conflicting with our usual aclrl ;