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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOR EJGHT THE LKTlWRinOE DAILY HERALD' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1920 VAUDEVILLE RyC'Klcvtion Lloyd George. Appeals For 1 Kg Majority SfBi. il'iniilijiiL As. l.loy.i George aw! ;S.- Houar ment leader Iu [be house of iujiuorjlaz Wise, the coalition candidnie h> llio ILforv't suburb of "don, wblt-h Is being keenly fought. Tho the electors, tji r'oiii !on a sr'eat aud overwhelming attack oii UiireaEOii and .disorder ju'tho country aud'thus se- government candidate. The' premier .ilso males that If ihe ei- trornista in -the ranks of the labor; wera to get their lUo wlid attainments of a eencration will be- lqst> In u night, lie rays Ihtit tho llrltiBh ilemocrscy his everything to: lose and nothing to gain by iho aliaii-. donmont of cnnrlituUncal methods, KOV9rn.ni6nl. l-tca Uut'rals ami- Labor are all represented in ihc" Tlitjntyaott la the; LlbejRj randldito and Jps. Kins. "npuimiic. of. tabory-The. .hci-ainq vacant 011 the death, of Sir j'eu-.r: .Belli .Major Thompson aud Mr. Kins have represEtntoJ EMIT.: ersot: seats IT: tho iiov.aVgi Mr. Klne, who became noted; (or h.ia eccentricities in the house, lef.t ihut party to- join-the labor faction. "Thrcv li'.rcv' Sir ixjas-w in aiK-.- i u.irt icday lie VVilbai S.o't. hlKainial. pk-uOc-i v v v i KAWAHANS AT- COLONIAL LAST TIME TOMIGHT i Itvor- -I'U'.suul sliuw liu.vvaiiu.'1. to ta- I'Jdty bcuscs. ni'iFlr'ci'tho A Hicciit! ihe'youngslera n aiU'ruooa; ALONG :OF MARY" A wftiRL With a.vMrl fane unil Jmu-e. rjeh around, a "William Smith." A captain ivbos'i mar. overly and iK'fljlM. thai It Is hesl to marry'for money unly, ao a vjllleaving fortune to'his'iiclcs.-.Miry flrovn, ajul to the.ton of a-friend of Allied. Swllh; iirovtOing v., .Jii.erii each oilier, But .as liSQ! Sistitb is o'f -d roviiij aui is lost in tho multitude of ueople task of fir.aiist' liiiio i I incut, and the ___ COUNTRY STORE VODIL NIT5 i what Is inure. buol; IjTke hsve ;i nuulily Kch'iieth as Trof.' tif Jlght-hciirtcdHeEfi distlDKuishes Iciiubod are- as sure-fired for nierrl- psiifers.'ol mirlu, and both have Is tuneful, and. iialr of KUwnely clover feet. b. Hetty Uuudrlcli. Wiilinshain, Dorals Cowea aro all ablo Iwlperf, .who sre .CQNViNCE'YOURSELF RIGHT NOW THAT YOU WILL SEE ow at who the' they simply out iho of Iht? ui v.'tn! wSU'li toiujcney or tiic party UT Ihc.jiri-sent movement x chariicier-'.vith tlu: Ui.e .j'U'sonl ri'gSm? vas daft-.iteiji by n ninjcirily. Tliev cvnsonueOTft of ami; lino wlih iicjiutar fiaor. I tusltimiiis and se.ltiuarf that couhl bs nMliled by a bavy of fair dawtcls. is s be-jCoiimty S'.oro Vodvll Mti' will shine i iiruciircd. am! is a colorful j eweet as lioiioynuciiles, who Bine most projection against Ibo.Umn.urn! danco half iho time, .....r and surely, iho stury enliven this mudily talked of ntusi- tory of real dramatic comedy, nm ______ .this-.. decision, was the rotiim of Indus-i to'tbfilr cj-.vtjeri, since at- ri-.-i'lik's. As usual Ilia liiis v. iH'k will he ;i brsiid new crlsvi} live doilcr Mil. One hundred' oihcrt line he feiven uway. off v.hkh wilUjo wt'll worth "inning. f Katiirduy vvlll ha n 'A hiK Vitij'smph' featuriusi i'.'srl ItocX and Joe Mon'.goniery the I LEADER MURRAY VilaKninh kjiuC-Kahmjt fiituc-1 rupattp'n wn 4.means to the end, and "loafers" 'is not the rad-ljs.Mf. ihe comedy, and il's sure Kooilone. 'T-BB will be seen in tho ;C'- ftB 1 the JJ'.vS; ItSuC U'ulonic.l itsrillcr.. tjie 'up'eclal !lve jiart.feature on the bill will bijiri ".Aliua Jllss n .mystery playiS .-oi. A., Murray, retired as Icatler of opposltipri in tbo New Drunswlck leg; f Ulature tbii'ay. j >ns The resignation of Sir. .Murray as a prellmicury to the at' the ConFOrvative party In Nesv Bruue-i wick for the. prpvineisl election light! now.fa, has fceen hinted at for some weeks. Sir: .Murray was premier of the province from February ID tti April 4.-1917, and became louder uf ibe opposition when his government1 was the general elections; held ;in that year. NEW HOUSES IN ONTARIO i NOW SHOWING AT EMPRESS I New Ideas In diuicii cnstumi's are shoivn for tiii; JirFt timo by Mno i Murrny in her clurscit'rlzutton of the i :.rotly-henilno of the now "On With the will oc-1 tho screen at the Empress thea- tre ioi' tho next thren coninientv i ing today, (luu of the most ones Is :t Imllet dreas which combines thfc fads yf the, day. Thci Ions light hasijuc effstt is by j -3 a broad, plain down tha front I of tt, c abont houses erected In tote' hei'ome wider to ruakft n narrov; pnnel! 'arms Mlsa woarfi'mittons of j and-Iho effect lei cnhaucod fc'.the fact tlvil thn material hiM a broad Blriiie of dull silver mi ii sronnfl of paler tonea. Tlio- ladles'! will appreciate this one. Other soud attractions. BANDIT GANG STILL-AT LARGE HEG1NA' dit sang that robbed employees of the lieil Deer Lumber com. pnny ore, still In lift- tween Hoqcoc and >lludcan Uuy Junction, "according to. latest word lo reach provincial police v headquarters here. Inspector R. R. Tate loft Hudson Bay Junction last nlsh.1 in charge of posse of eight men. c- (MAX LINGER COMES BACK IN "THE LITTLE CAFE" Max hinder is here .ftga'ln. There are flye reels of his inimitable fun making in "The a 1'athe feaiurc coimns to the Phoenix thea- tre iicx: Friday and Satnrdcy. "The Little Cafe" is a filmusical other words it is n silent version (if a musical show which en- Joyed great popularity on Ihfl ttnge iicvjrjil years agu with Hazel it from the French. Tristan1 llornard, 'a popnlur Frcncl' ulayvrlg-lil, lialng Hie author. The princinal action- of the story Overseas Trade Made Us Prozpcrout Overseas Trade Will Keep Us Prosperous 1 from chcEnMtteiyStAJSe Success LAST TIME TONIGHT Virginia Pearson IN "Buchanan's Wife" To maintain our overseas trade Canada must have sea- conscious spirit the People the Government the Schools Canadians must not be hew- ers of wood, drawers of water for other nations. Canadian Ships Must Carry Canadian Products to World Markets Last Times Tonight (Thursday) Illako's noyal Xalive Hmvaiian Siinjrers nnd I'laycrs In A brfsht find tnm-rul Hau-allan .ni'isicul shu.v. FR5DAY NIGHT store The Navy League o( Canada and evor. 1st prlie, In cash, 2nd ore hundred other great prlrcc, txji'.licr a bumper show. FOR NEXT MON- DAY'S GREATEST OF ALL HIPPODROKS VAUDEVILLE I50AD SHOWS. On With ThQ DancQ> ..p.m. "No. cnrdslon to Cr.inlirocik and In- tcrnieiliBtp slalions............... 11.20 a.m. 1.10 '.No. Cranhrook to t.'ardslon and in- tcrmcillale Ktations .j.M p ,IV 4 30 p m NORTH 537.. TO Calgary nnd Inlnrmcdiiiln polnln i.-fo p.m. 'No. 53x J.'IOH, Calgary gnd intcrmeJIuk- sta I2.J5 p.m. lo I.'nlj-Hrj- and .Mntlmis. 3 05 a n> '.Sn. Kroi'i Calgary and inlnrmcdlatf: sia- 3.M a.m. SOUTH 'No. M FVum and intcrmsMliaic sin 11 a m .No. TII frirdslon and Interinniliale sUitlons ,-jO p m No. (Irer.t K.iHa, Criutla mid sliilloiifl no nti "Xo.f.Cfi.-Tn Coulls, Crer.t Knlis ami i'mei'- medlnlc motions ft 30 i m xNo. iiaiiyberrlss anil s.15 a.m errert Snndny xWcd. find Sat. zTius. and Frl. J. E. District Passenger ABcnt, C'ulgarf, Altn. WHO MASKED DANCER? NO EVM HER HER SECRET. AND WHEN IT WAS THAT RESULT MAKE AM ABSORBING ANP UNUSUAL DRAMA. OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS Children, lOc. WITH COUPONS ON ARBUCKLE CAR WHEN YOU SEE AT THB MAJESTIC THEATRE SATURDAY NIGHT Change IH Train Service Effective Sunday, Oct. 3d, 1920 Trains 7 nnd and 10 (Trans-Canada Limited) will bo with- drawn, hist train Kaallmnml pasaing Calgary Sunday, Ott. 3rd bounil, TiK-rilay, Oct. .5th. Trnlmi la nnd 14 (Son Pacific Impress) will also bo withdrawn last -No. n irasstng Calgary Wesllmimd Monday, Oct. No 1! llastliwind 12.20.a.m. Mnnttny. Oct. ith. The follo-.ving now st-rvito will inaugurated- In .Macleod and return. Lv. Calgary S.oo am Ar Mar- Lv. .-Madood 3.00 p.m., Calgury lo Empress and return, Lv.'Culgary 32 uoon Tuesdays Tlinradaya mill Saturdays, Ar. Kniprcas lu.lo p.m., reluming, Lv. Kiniircaa a.JO Mondays, Wednesdays and Frhlnys, Ar. Calgary t .tjU P.Dli THAINS WILL ARRIVE AND LEAVE LETHBRIOGE ON THE SCHEDULE EAST AMD WEST .Vo. Medicine Hut to Fcrnlc, Cran- brook, Bpoiione, iVeUnn, etc......... 3.25 ,i.m. 3.35 om f-u, N'eliton. SpoVaue, Cninhrank, Kcrr.le. etc., to Medicine Hat 2 JO n m 215 am No. oil Krom Medicine Hal and Intermediate 12.fid p.m. Medicine Hal ami intcnncillat'j THIS WEEK HERE'S THE PROGRAM CAST OF CHARACTERS AS THEY APPEAR Carrie Baxter, a school girl ........................Virginia West nobby Bailer, jusl oul of college ..................Oeorgo Lamb .Mallto JlctntyrCi fresh from Vcssar..................Betty Ooodricli AiiBOlIcK Clayton, comiianlon lo .'.Helen Henderson Mary Brown, otherwise "Patricia Leslranga William Ilodson. etc................Harold MpClura Prof. Icliabod Simmons, "HusoloBlst" ..................Eric Block fiufus M. Washington, Prof. Simmons' assistant. .'...Kenneth Christy Vnlciillito Vandyke, a secret service Wllllngliaui WllllajiiMnilth, cabaret ontrepreiieur Harold Meciura Kukiilani,