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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1919 THE LETHBH1DGE HKRMD PAGE FIVE RUMANIA IS READY ALLIES IN HUNGARY Premier Briliano Thinks How- ever They Have Taken Only Their Just Dues (lie diet vaudeville bill lo be seen here will open at Iho Colonial cm Thanks- giving Day. October 13lh. Full ticulare regirJIiig the various u'cls are expected in a day or so, when a tlcfiuHc aimomiccmcut of the new vauJovillo policy will be made public. 'Trisky Lions and other fcaturo atlracllpns. FA HIS. Sept. Ihc inswer given by Premier Hfattano, ol lo oolo delivered Sir George Russell Clerk, who went to iJuchareEl u3 an emissary of Lho jx-ace conference, Humaula olfcrs lo give (he allies all Hie satisfaction Eu her power "wUh regard to actions con- nected with her occupation ot Hun- gary, Recording to Iho Echo dc Paris today. Huoiatila Is ready lo evacualo lludflpest or to co-operate Ihtro wllli the allies In inninUfnlng order, the note declares, ami also eels forth Dial HuEnanlii Is prepared lo deliver lo tbc allies a list ol (tie war material and rolling .stock seized. Rumania, however. expresses liopc that as she liail recovered only what was due licr from Hungary, (tie allies would not dispossess her of those ac- quisitions. One point upon ivhlch he Insists, according to this version of the note, is ttic removal of Iho Hungar- ian blockade. MABEL NORMAND AT THE COLONIAL LAST TIMES TODAY The laughing production of "Sis opklas" In which Iho iulmltabto com- edienne Mabel Xormaiid Id featured. be ottered for Iho last Uuicj to- light at the Colonial rhcalre. ''Sis is a riot of comedy, and Is" an Ideal vehicle Tor tho quaint personality anil ludicrous comedy ol the popular Mabel Nor- roand. On the Fame LIU will be offer- ed tbe riotous wild animal comedy 'ELMO THE MIGHTY" STARTS AT COLONIAL THURSDAY The suiashliigly BC-usalioiial Ferial "Klmo (be Migbly" will commence its run at the C'olunUl Theatre Icmorroiv, Friday and Saturday, wbcic it will coallnuc as ;v weekly feature. Tho s.lar of "Klmo The Highly" id Hie tuo-dt-ru gianl Klrao Lincoln, tho sup- erman who will Le rcnit-uibercd for LIs work as Tarzan In the "Tarzan" A series of liiiliorlo un- equalled thnlla aro promised Colonial patrons wht-n "Klrao the Mlfirtly" Is Been here, for is acclaimed as the season's most uiiEtorful serial The biff week end act feature at tho Colonial this week will bo Monroe Salisbury In hla latest triumph "The Steeping DERBY I? FEATURE OF "SPORTING LIFE" Cliiof among the Ijlg features that make "Sporllnfc so notnble a Is a SLC-JIC showing Iho Kngllsh Derby at Ku.iom Uownv "SporlJug Life" Is an adaptation by Maurice Tourneur of the celebrated )riiry I.-ane nieloJraum of ihe same nuuic which was proiluced In 1S37 auO vhich lias held Ihr: periodically ever since. U will tie shown at Star- and Thursday, and Saturday. The story deala willi a youug Ilrlt- sh nobleman who seeks 'to rebablll- atc his fortunes, v.hich aro at a low ebb. Ho is a thorough sport s m an and ha backs a prize fighter, and his own mare, LOTC, to win Ihej liecby. Both erenls are carried through successfully, but not without serious difficulties laid la the young Bporlsman'a paili by a relent !es 5 j enemy. There la a charmhSg love I story which holds much suspensive! iDlcrest. If Satisfactory Agreement Wtih liig Six Not Arrived At, Will Do So NEW YORK, Seiil- concessions dcninndcd hylho nig Sii ID lie ruinous, employing look and job of Ihi3 city jnndc rangerccnls flt a conference ycstcr day for a shutdown of all thetr planta R from today i-i cvenl of a strike being called at a rncclini; or llieir employees next Sunday. Tlie employ- ing printers, who have ottered to ar- bitrate every thing, even the matter Cl n. -4-l-hour week, with the unions, will meet Ihc representatives of the IJIff Six Thursday afternoon. REGINA OFFERED, NE.W POST HEGIXA, Sept. A. E. Lavelle, D.. senlbiv.chaplaln for .Military District ;has been offered the post of orgatiiicr for tbe national campaign In BeJeii marie. Lo Ihe mllllla authoViliea in Ottawa for his release from mllilair duties and his acceptance o( the otter depends on the results of that, appli- cation. Major Lavellc was stationed ai Brantlonl, Ont.. nl the outbreak of war and Ills services at 12L5, after, qualifying as a combatant officer HIPPODHOME VAUDEVILLE OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY Manager Brown of Ihe Colonial Theatre is in receipt of-advice from the Chicnuo officeg of the Hippodrome VaudevlUo Circuit to Ihc effect lhal COLONIAL LAST TIMES TODAY (Wednenday) MABEL NORMAND "SIS HOPKINS" Aod Croat Currclil nil] 35c and 10c I TONIGHT FORJHEl LAST TIME and Clrli Don't Mlu "OH EOF finest musfcal comcdr f.fcr presented In pictures. Sen II now ind nave fZ.GO and be on safe side. When Ule (roupc conrei'lhrmteh vllh a ptck me up "li vlll Stf. II now presented In n prop, er manner. Otber good tfons. for 8. Hart In His Orealcsl The story Is an excellent one from every standpoint "Sporting Life" is a most notable production. The principals Ij Ihe cast Include Ralph Graves. Warner iHIchmond. Charles Constance and Fair Dinney, and WilleUe Kershaw. Bryant new Paramount picture, "I'oor lloob." which Is on view at KtarlanJ, is making film folk Bit up and take notice. Donald Crisp piloted Ihe star tbrough this comedy, which was written by Mar- garet Mayo and Zcllah CovlogLon, and adapted by Gardner Hunt lag. Wanda Hawlcy Ihe leadlug "voman, and another nolablo figure In Ihe cast is Mary Thurmao, late ot Ihe Vlack Scnnelt organisation. LAST TIMES TONIGHT "WHOSE LITTLE WIFE ARE 2-Rtel Stnnelt Scream BRYANT WASHBURN in "POOR BOOB" ATTKACTtOtf AT THE COLONIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. "I've Kept You Guess- ing for a week, and now you know me." ELHO LINCOLN NKHIY Sopped b, GRACE CUNABO "Meet I7ie Mighty ELMO UNCOLN9" Folks WiT r l.lroJow Mm m H Kllh tl- >k> kli cn.1 TUT. ..I mt BlfktT i. "rnr, KAian, THE BEAST OF MIT. him -If Mill SoniethmgNew For You! win m nral Et.JIO LTSCOLX Hmj. A rtu, tnmaUt mfHtm, IhrUl. Ihil Kin rhut U- ikllta 17 im win >lw> Ik. mtt bovUril OBACI CU.IiBD M Ik, InAln hUr Mr. Lhnli. AH IB wecksof rninNut-THURS'FRI LULUlllAL SAT. this week SfcENE FROM TVlE F11.NSU3ICAL COMEDY, "OH, BOYP AT EMPRE FOR THE LAST TIME. THE FAMOUS DRURY LANE MELODRAMA A Tremendous Tale of Fast Horses, Flying Fists and Beautiful Women, v Now-Produced with