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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN TH13 LIST1-IIS1UDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1U1SU PHOTOPLAY Cheers Advice r fen Against British Labor Delegate Advises Use of Ballot in Speaking at Trades-Congress i W1NDSOFC. Ont.. Sept. Ian feature of this morn- ing's .session ot tho Trades and Labor Congress-pf Canada WES an address by John 'E! Davidson. M.P., r.atiocal orginlier of the Iron Kuandere of i i Creat 'Britain and fraternal delegate i-to tie coBvpuUoa.reprCEentlcg Urilisli union labor, >vho strongly advised i against direct Action and advised the J use of the ballol as Ihe best means of; .advancing alms1 or the workers. His; -.suggestion -.yas greeted with .prolong-! ti la the course of his ad-j he made' a smashing attack on L Spencer Ctinrcbiil, re-; iHon. Winston ferring to !him "as the -'gambler of Gallfpoll; raider of Russia- iomenter of industrial strife; first a Ton. then I __a--Liberal, and finally a coalitionist: unstable as-ivater; tho Jack Cade of politics." tiiat Mr. Churchill had told'-lhe workers nf Great Britain that they to govern the country, although they'bail produced 80 per cent: of the soldiers ivho man-: ned and 50 P" cent, of j jthoVceeded up the pro- during the conflict, the CAN'T STAND PRICES FOR PARIS CLOTHES PARIS, Sept. and Canadian buyers arc pre- testing against, the high prices of clothes. An afternoon Irock. is S1SO; an evtning dress >200; an afternoon frock, fur trimmed, an elaborate evening gown .1.CKXX All American and Cana- dian buyers have Quit the trade exposition on tefirflir.r. th: prices. A simple talior-tnade costume is S1EO. 'I'---: HSSE'S ONtVBRIDEGRCOM WHO HAS A HEAVY RESPONSIBILITY iviio thts action ot Chester event and the management of Iho theater is to be congratulated Wi its enterprise. Tho Nevr Dostouians aro'touring uu- iler the direction ot u ilai-ArlU- I ur and Laurence lu it- j self is a recommendation, and tbe company of.tHghty.five artists.will pro- i iluce Iho uuder th'e personal ilim-lioa ot lux Deudii. Included ALMOST AS HEAVY of Hie American 1'atkers'I "arrJ AS ENTIRE YEAR AESOCiation- Thomas- Wilson, of president ot the association, said 1 Joseph ltic nonc of lilo bi'g'five'Ackers re- miir basso: Lavinia Winn so season, the noyal English Opera Co lie ai the Majestic theatre on ..loniiay new, Ht-pt. 20. presenting light oiiera selections from its exten- sive repertoire with a Hat of principals' by Jefferson De Anseiis. 1 m Ihe history of the comic opera uaee. us the leading people will he in addition to Mr. De Angelis fiicli notables .is .1. Daffcv icnor; Kihvara Qninn, baritone; Del- Other chn.'icn rvcro: Britijiiiurst, -lat one of tho few great or- ganiiauuns ivbich present nne lyrical works of n past generation favor us, v.-itli a visit thai the coming of the New iiostonians is a moat interesting dollar of sales made in Thellierla :omuined businees ot the five compan-l :for the 12 months preriouH. .The total income from January to June was against 879 in the previous full year. celvcd as much aa of prom on Slatc presMcnls iiulude: Al- each dollar of sales made in Calgary: British Crjlniiiljia. W. S. Victoria; Idaho, J. Boyd. Wallnto; Montana, AU'Eander. Oregon. Tho5. W. CarKon. Risrid; Frank K. Wvoni- ing, Percy lloyt, Cheyenne. report ot the Laiirentide company. for" the first six months of its opera- tions 'given out yesterday show that ,tho earnings for the six montlm are jalmoat great as those ot the old an aggregate net profit of a little more w- G- than He cited the canibin-! Tho-c- ed profits of 78 other corporations to i prove that the packers' profits were i not excessive. _________________________i 56 PETROLEUM WELL Illllll n m___'lll'II I NEAR MOSBY FLOWS j 50 BARRELS AN HOUR j Montana, Scjlt. Jl Xine fcBt into liie ranil. the of the j50 Pctrolenm ccmpiny 'in'ui'Ctiou J1-1 "'-20 niakinR an average of an or iiarrcls a day. amiriling to a well anllis'nticutecl re- I pert from Wlnncti. PHOENIX '..'Friday, and Saturday PASSERS BY" LAST TIME TONIGHT "THE WARE CASE" AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, FRIDAY, SEPT. 17TH WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERS, WILL SELL BY -'AUCTION AS AEOVE, AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD FURN I1 F L .'And eltects, including: Fine old Walnut Dlnlnc Hullo comnris. Ing Massive Kldeboard. Dining Tabln a, irs i in To, j ninins Mission 1J5 Table pa r Den Chairs, Davenport. In mission: FUe Drawer S li'.-er S-n nj Machine, nearly new. Extenalon fxjunpr; and u Wool.Riis; Two Couches; Holers: Two Kitctr-n Tables one with zinc top; Walnut Settee: three-font with ind thres 4: 6" Beds, complete; 1) op V Ca Mtchjae 6 x 6' Carpet Square; 0 x H' Mnolemn Sad records: Resk; Kitchen Chair's S or I- n ars Chair, two Small Tables; Kitchen ,v Refrigerator; Washing Machine; two Ilca crt; Favorite" Kitchen "City Qneen" Flange; Wash of Dinner Boiler; Pillows; Cushions; Graniu. ,i many smaller (terns.-, .inri TEBM8 CASH PHONES 770 AND .169. (W ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY iethbridoe POSITIVELY FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20TH JOHN J. MacARTHUR and LAURENCE A. LAMBERT PRESENT the HON. CEO. FOWLDS, C.B.E. rdur-iitlunnllat, probl- bmrmist. single Uxor of New lanrt, 19 fantula FINE COUONUAL ATTRACTIONS FOR WCEK END Pollen-ing arc tlib attractions at lUo popular Colonial theatre for tho balance of Ihie wtefc: Tonight, times, Xuiiuova in "The Heart ot a Child." Ktiday Store vil Nite, with It's usua! array of Duo, prizes. Friday and Seniou" ilio comedy kins lu his very latest laughing hit, "The Kly 'Mrs. Sessue llayakawa in "A Tokio Siren a romance of east and west; Jack Dempsey In "Daredevil THREE QUAINT TYPES 'lN "PASSERS BY" portaut parts. Tom who has tried everythins (heatrlcjl from cir- cus acrobatics to minstrels vaude- ville, !s the Wail-hearted cabby 10 tne life. Wiltlam J. Xcrsuwn, made a hit this season as the butler iu "Tha Llitle Whopper." provcJ to ba a per. feet typo for 1'iue, the valet who bad been brought up In service. For Burns, the derllct who was happy fa his raggedness and poverty, Mr Blatkion chose Dick Leo aud talented character actor. Three.charactbr Ivpes -stand out prominently iu "I'assers By." tho j. Stuart Ulacktoa-Patlio photoplay iu which HcrberVflawllnson.Js starred, and is'announced fo'r showing at tbe theatre for two days commencing Friday. These charac- ters are Nighty, the cabman; Pine, the valet; and Samuel Bums, derelict. Mr. Btacktori was fortunate In' securing Ideal types for thesu Im-' 1 JEFFEHSON DcANGELIS j Celebrated Comedian EDITH 8ENMIH !l Donna HANA SHIMOZUM) FAmous Japanese Prlma I) Donna J. HUMBIRD DUFFY i Eminent Tenor sm.erl) py'niplfony ir rr WAX chorus. I tilcjf urotluclloti Snl- make and post oWcc money orders pay. COLONIAL TONIGHT LAST TIMES NAZjMQVA The Wonderful, In "TL 11 "Li f Ihe Heart ol a Otherk Ffne Attractions FRIDAY NIGHT ANOTHER BIG Country-Store' 1st in cash: 2nd silver butter dish. 3rd' Ssck of flour. 97 other prizes. lauahl, And Look Below at the Big Show For Friday Saturday EMPRESS EM Clayton .IN ToirngMrsJia- tlirop" Here Tomorrow Robt.Warwkk VVatch. the SuMii'a Senu- upn" ;v "ON WITH TH' GO SEE THE ORIGINAL' WINNIPEG KIDDIES IN THEIR THE COMEDY KING In his fun- niest howling comedy, IHE FLY COP' You'll tills in just about: tlie funniest, thins you ever Kan-, is even fun- nier than lu, ".TliD Grocery his former success. Conic on down and Laugh With Larry Mrs. Scgsue Hayakawa {Tsuri Aoki) In the romance of East and West T c' I OHIO biren 'JACK DEMPSEY IN "DAREDEVIL JACK" COLdN'lA.L-.OFIGHE3TRA Ucual prices for this wonder- ful week-end show: Adults, 35o; kiddies, lOc. Sat. matinee, klddlet 6'.. TUESDAY 'SEPTEMBER 21 AT THE MAJESTIC Hat. 25c, J1.05, Night, SOc, J1.00, 11.50. l Stats Rei'erved) ;