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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PHOTOPLAY P River "Drys" Organize for the Referendum Fighti VAUDEVILLE f Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER. Sept. j achool opened on Friday. Sept. H1.1 iritb. Principal ilr. Springlieit iu j charge. 1 Rev. Preston preached his j sermon on Sunday evening to Milk; River congregation before leaving to! complete his college course at Toronto university. Rev. Presiop is leaving for Toronto oa Monday. 1 Carl Prosser, ot bethbridge. has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Prossc-r, for tlie past Miss Agnes SheA ic-fi on Friday for j JPince Albert, Cask., where she will! attend convent scbool. Services were held on Sunday in '.lie j Catfolic church, .Rev. Faihir Hid- ault officiating. II. .Ellert and Tomplior motor- ed to Letbbridge on Saturday. Messrs. Pease and Hedelund gave parly la lillcrt's ball last; Friday evening. .Tiie Catholic Ladies' aiJ will meet oh Wednesday afternoon at the home I cf Mrs; Dan arrange-' men's are to, bo made for'their bazaar, which is to vc pcid in the near fnturtv Mr. and J. 'P.'Doneity-1 leave on., Tue'sday for where they ".intend to .reside. Miss K. McCartcn of tlie Lind school spent the week end in town the guest ot her sister. E. C. Balnus. Mr. arid Tolley returned last Saturday week from a .trip to Lelh- bridge. Sirs. Thompson and .'.Irs. Stecle en- tertaincil at a farewell party last nesday evening at the home of the latlfer, for licv. Prvston. Dainty re- freshments being served by the host- resses. j The.young veople of the United j church have organizcdVChristian Kn-' deavor Eociely. Mr. H. Thompson was elected leaderi Win. Kirby president. Miss Burrows secretary-treasurer and Miss Margaret Smith-pianist. Mrs. Richardson nnd family-expect to leave this week for Vancouver. The guild of 'the United church met last Wednesday at the home of Sirs. Bartram for serving.. Mr. Cropley.ls rebuilding his home tuat'was destroyed last week by fire': The family are staying" at of Mr. and Mrs. Turner in the mean- time. ..__ Mr. and Mrs. ford entertained the choir of the. United churcb at a fare- well party in honor of Rev. Preston on Saturday evening. The Women's Institute was enter- taining at the home of Mrs. Dittbent- zrs last Wednesday afternoon. Harry Smith was a business visitor la Lethbridge last Saturday. George Stewart, of Letlibridgc. spent Sunday in town with Mrs. Stewart xnd son Dyril. A harvesters' ball is to bu given on Friday evening in Ellerfs hall. Mrs. Lamrensen and children left on Wednesday for where ihe will visil tor some time with her father, Mr. Locker. Mr. Dosse of the Pioneer Lumber "THE MiKADO" After' more Unu thirty years the Iripptiis mclodii-s ai'.d sparUins of Mikado" remain us fresh us ever. No Ko of this ever pup'jlur Gilbert uitu Sullivan gem ami those- acquainted with things musuai will recall tlut i Augelis playc-J Itu' roio Capetown. i South ACric.i but three days the j London premier itiid'was a member c-f j the all-star re-vivy! cast in Xew York. 1 There is no better Kc-Ko alive loday. Mikailo" las held its place as a real master piece among comic operas for thiny-iuiir years and today is fully as popular as it was first This percnmil popularity uf ihe pleceiis not surprisini; wheu one considers the sound musicianship'ss well as Ihe ijifectio'JS humor that luarks sucb meloiiics as "Tit "The Flowers TUut isloom In the I Spring." "The Moon and 1." and "They (Never Will Ue Misfe-.l.' Then, too, the comedy ot the took is just as per- Itinent today as wlieit -it was penned j for the original production by, ihe late i OVylcy-Carto at the London Savoy In ISS1. Supporting Mr. DC Angolis in "The will he i brilliant cast in- cluding J. llunibiril Duffy. Kdward Quiun and Del'mar I'oppin, llanu Shiln- ozumi, Wiua. IXirothy Eitoa and Mildred liogers. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT. LARRY. SEMON AND OTHER FEATURESf AT COLONIAL TONIGHT "Biggest, brightest and best show in town" is surely true of the Colonial theatre's bfiefiugs for tonight arid Saturday, for judging by the program nothing better in entertainment has been seen; here for months 'tb'au1 the special show winch will be offered at the Colonial today and Saturday. .Tonight (Friday) will as usual bo Country Store Yodvil Nile with it's array of prizes, langhs and novelties. Lirry. comedy king, appearing at; the Colonial and Saturday iu his'latest comedy riot, "The Fly Cop." marks of a full fledged iceman at the start of the film. He falls in love with the daughter of a hard-working clerk. Suddenly her family gets money and leaves for California. The iceman follows. Only now the exi- gencies of fate have made him a waiter. And it is in this capacity j that he i3 induced lo pose at a i brilliant reception as tlie "Archduke i of A novel twist is I thereupon given the plot, it developing that the iceman-waiter is really the I archduke-after "all. i The story, was adapted by Olga I'riutzlau from W. Somerset Maug- ham's well-known romantic stage edy. Carroll McComas, the well- known musical comedy favorite, makes her debut in pictures as Mr. Warwick's leading woman. J. D. Da- his home, entertains them, and In- vites them to come again. Out of this kindly deed comes the happiness that Waverlon thought he had lost. i mont. Charles Ogle, anil Sylvia Ash- company, was in town on business Monday. Mr. Bye of Lucky Strike has pur-j ton are also In the cast. The r-ictui, (based the blackaniltl'i shop of T. was directed by Willlahi Do Milie. I Hoatieth, where fie will carry on aj Also Al St. John comedy lilt and jeneral blacksmith business. other good attractions. j Mr B. li. J. Forester, of Lethbhriugu i A special niafinci! for children to-I Thursday evening in iCllert's hall j morrow afternoon. Kiddies, get your! iave a lecturS on the inter-provincial' coupons on the Fatty Arbuc'kle car I iquor traffic and liquor question. A emperance campaign committee was irganlzed with Mr. Tolley as leader. .Ur. Bartram, Mr. Thompson', Mr. Hemming, Mr. Griffiths, Mrs. F. C. Doates, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. p'Coanctl. Harvesting' is practically' finished, knd farmers' are busy ha THE WINNIPEG KIDDIES train to elevators. Hiree-Ply Role For Robert Warwick In New Screen Comedy From Famous Slage Piay, Offers Romantic Star Fine Opportunity. Robert Warwick's versatility Is taxed to-the limit In his new 1'ara- nount Artcraft riclure, "Jack rhich will be shown iit (ha Empress heatre tor two ilaya, hcBinning to- lay. Mr. Warwick has nil the ear- Post Toasties sell faster and eat better than any corn flakes Vaudeville, inotlona pictures and the legitimate stage are to sev-' oral members "of .The .Original Winni-. .uliiig their i nes Kiddies who wilt bring their sen- satiorml cyclonic show to thu Majestic 1 theater on Tuesday nest, 21, matinee and uiglil; JacWts Finesilver has had several of- fers (n sinr in vaudeville, with head- line honors. Jackie is Ihe continent's funniest boy comedian. Marjorle CTiithrle, n versatile lilllo nuesn. has. already ventured tnlo vaudeville, 1ml is back with the Mil- dies. She constantly receives new I offers. Lillian Dock, the dimpled corned-j icnne, has ulrr-ady performed in mo-( tlon taken tlio parti of a Oaliclali waif in the film version i of Halph Connor's "The j which was made by an all-siar cast In Western Caunda thia fall. Catherine Cnmininge. the daiuty dancer, has played more than one cii-; Kaijemcnl In slock. Dorio Hutho, the little trlcil hard totljrcak n vaudeville con- tract lo cotne out with the kiddies Ibis fall. The Holmes Twins played in vaudc- i viile when Ihey were years old-- I before the Winnipeg Kiddles wero or-; ganized. i Other members of tho troupe have va had offers of vorloua kinds. i YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SHOW Today and Saturday QUAINT CHARACTERS AID PLOT; OF DY" "Panrors thn Stuart Hlach.- I lon-J'aiho feature sinrririK I anil featured' tmlay and tomorrow nt Phoonls .thoalic. Is' la rf-rtl life dramn Of course it has "jt grcati'st work