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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY flERALD PHOTOPLAYS FIUDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920 VAUDEVILLE Mannix I To Promote Peace I Prelnte Thinks. Troops Should Be With- drawn From Ireland LONDON. Sept. tCarjdian Ae-' todate-J .rrrss.l Archbishop. Manniii In the course of ills speccn cl Iho din- j ner tendered him by the Catholic blEkgpe and lirlesis of Portsmouth. Cloyne and last night, de i riled lio was ou asltator or hated Kng- j llBhmerj, lie admired and respected Enijlish'VieiT. he slated. i Tho archbishop uvscd that. If Ens-1 Und would withdraw the troops from j Ireland apd-UN the Irisli the inostt to gtvp. coimElenti with the safety of empire, Ireland i would bo reconciled and peace and j frtensMri would tie restored. Aivhrjlsiiop Vjnnlx also stated that it he'ivenl tu Ireland lie ivoulit sritak BaTtjet disorder and promote peace. 0. B. U. DELEGATES GO HOME ,1'OHT ATtTHUH. Sept. Ilisj Union tick'gates from various parts of: Canada Vvhd hiive In conference; here Ibis week rotifluded their SBE-; last night and arc returning to their .homes. T he business-'sessions were closed to the press and publi'1 fiLtternpiit oC wlwlJws hm-a done.hss !bten given Out hero. ,Tii'- one -was an alien meeting u: by ViBiijijf; dsjlfgales Includiiis II. MWnrtW- Kcliccca' llo'itreal; Joseph berland, I) Q Knight, U) Jhp jii i tone and .apparently an effort to provy the Euefficiency of the American Fed-1 gf nnd the viiliie of the i Orje Unloit jti.coittrust, LYTTON SUCCEEDS SINHA J LONDON, Sept. The Earr of) Lytton'has been appointed Becretary for Indiu; he Eueteede fxird who Ins ronlgncd. Lord Lyt-l tpn lord of tlic admirally I in IMC anil also in "On W the Dance' Great Production ress :NEXT WEEK'S HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE SHOW A WINNER "The Jaz: Doctor" ci clever act. The Two Wrens (Dick and a wee bit o' Scotch uud Irish will of- SHOWING FOR TONfSHT ANP TOMORROW A large crowd wiiiieswil the r.oantartcraft produtiion. "On Wfth I the st ihq tijipresii tbeatre bet eventns and one uuii all eiprt'ss- ihe picture oae of the bett i In the rtly. "Da Wtth the will be shovn tualglti and. tomorrow only, and if you.raot a real treat i sure j There will iljo be diiidren's imstinee (utoorroy {Saturday) eUcr. uoon. vrbeu the Fatty Artmckle rar [will elven Bring your cou- So good IB next Monday and Tues- day's Hippodrome vaudeville -'road show', which will be offered at the j Colonial throatrc on ihose days, that an early advaaca nutlet1 of the shoa- ls well worlU while. Kealured on the bill will iho cele- brated Kittle Broihcre, the notvd mus- cular marvels, who will offer their Typical coslmues, some fine instru- mental playhts and .national dances are features tlie tho flexible coined- ilan, with his grotesque posturee. clever font's and brlglit coinedy wili fill Ike elncle position on the bill la his own peculiar style. Manager Len Brown Is. josiiive in the statement that next week's Hip wonderful acrobatic act. They offer, an ezblfiilloc of physical agility that I show will be a wiuuej- and worth is little short of marvellous. j seeing. One of the greatest.comedy acts of I the -sill !ie "The Jazt Doctor." COUNTRY STORE VODVJL NITE presented by Itaplcr and Monna. Ky- fellcnt singing, superb dancins and snappy niaie TONIGHT (FRIDAY) everytning set ana ready for I the big doings, the Colonial will stage another popular Country Store Vodvil Nile tonight. Right in Hue with popular favor tho Brst prize tonight will again be a brand new crisp five dollar bjll, to which will bo added the usuil array of over a hun- dred other, very .acceptable prizes. Manager I.en Brown has a big sur- prise, to spring lonlght In the shapa of a second prize, particulars of whlcu he will not divulge until tho wiaaor "eels It." "A fine photoplay bs offered for Friday and Saturday, toppinj which will be Edith Roberts, the win- sorae, star Iri the modem melodrama "Allan Miss Dodd." Jack Dempsey will be seen In the lateet episode of 'Daredevil and a fino new VII- agraph comedy 'Ixiyers and Loafers''. will coaipicte (be show. A welbod oroitlilng flavoring ex- tracts iioii-sichollc by Bubjtitutirri glycerine Is proposed br I'i'.tsburgh cliemlst. FMPRESC On With the Dance iJ m -TONIGHT AND mmm TOMORROW Also oilier Children's matinee tomorrow afternoon, when the Fatty .Arbuckfe car will be given away to the lucky .coupon holder. i Christy and Block, the famous nmcclitms with "Conic Along musical.slion- the Majestic Saturday nlglit this week. Cowboy Life-on- a Western'Ranch: (1) Guy Weadick, of the T. S. Ranch, Long- new, Alberta, Canada, (2) Miss Ftores LaDue, world's champion lady Fancy roper, Mr. Weadick's partner. (3) Broncho Buster on T. S. Eanch. romuce ot among the cowboys on a West- ers nocri his depicted so often. In the movies list i number of people who go each lo the Can- adian RocHes said: not spend our own this way? not take .1 change from toilriM -hotels -antf do tha thing in the real wild "Easiest iilng' In lie said "Qrjy WMdiolt, for many of the great fSUmptiJca and Frontier Day Celeoratbnn at Calgary Dlsewhere, and to make it easier ctill he eccarcd IJie "T. S." Rancli In lie foothills of the Rockies, noar (tia ranch recently purchased by (lie Prince o! Wales Und >n parttienhip Florcs laljue, the TTorld's Cbamplon 1'ancy Tloper, lie has itncler- (taken'lo eoteftain a few sdcctcd parttej of thoao who lo ttelr holidays ou a real Western Cana- dian Raaei, where (antes Md hunting arc plentiful t.aad moimtaln scenery ia rnaEnilicent beyond The "T. 3." nonet Is sHuatcd In ths Eden VJ-llej, il the base of Ml. Head, on tho trail that leads to lUnff, CO railea to He through the Stonoy reaerration, Pack outfits arc nin from ranch to the KananasWs Lakes. Numer- other worth while pack trips can be made from rauei, tie cbsrboys art always on hand to stc flint ttic (s delivered promptly. Once weci! rlurlus Bqmracr months the boys en the ranch put on ei- tltmtmi ol their sporU lot the pleasure of the v-islt- Riding of buckin; horses, roping, eowpony races na (he various other daredevil ttunU dear to the heart are indulged In. Geologists .will also find many onportunliicj for rucarcb as iJia whole formation la an over- from the OJd Man iirMi ttl llie Crow'" Ncsl Piis ti> Swift Cnrrfnl In Ihc Olsflor. Coal tccpagos arc pioilllnl cncs bclnj rtiscoveird crf.ry once In a while. Side trips along Ihcsn routes can he made with hmkj doge, to Vlrjln Valleya. which nave never Lceo ciplnred by tourlsu, Thh is n form of sport, lhat s- yet, never before hcen Inlrodnred hv anit oiitllttcrs. Dog tralnr can be had for winter trips, bnl tte.50 trips are only-suitable for people prepared Ic. Is a certain amount o! hardship and "real roujli- ing as the tourist would have to do a good deaf ol One o! tie features of a to Ihe T. S. Itancb ii the feel ibat within a few hoara after It-arirc tlie rail- road, one finds oncjclf In viWoincss it.i liaunls ot the bli! hori sheep and hear when-, the ralnhw and Dolly Varden Irnnl tllAport thit.i- fldwa In tiic ckaj uooLi ol suow-tfJ ORCHESTRAL COMERT COLONIAL THEATRE Sunday Evening At P.M. BERESFORD'S1 AUGMENTED COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA COLONIAL TONIGHT Country Store lie Ut In cash. 2nd t 7 (You'll be 100 other great prizei. And Some- Top, for Friday and But EDITH in "ALIAS MISS pOODi" a myn- lery play In fire ractt. JACK DEMPSEY In "DARE- DEVIL JACK" MONTGOMERY and ROCK In "LOAFERS AND LOVERS" COLONIAL ORCHESTRA 35g, chltdrsn MAJESTIC-One Night Only SATURDAY NIGHT TfflS WEEK AT 9 OUOCK HARVEy D.ORR'S NEW JMUSICAt SUCCESS 22 m TI 3 ACTS MUSICALTALE BROADWAY'S PRETTIEST CHORUS AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT BY SECURING YOUR SEATS IN ADVANCE. SEAT SALE AT ARMSTRONG A RAWORTH'S NOW. 7Sc, 50c PHOENIX Friday and Saturday from the Broadvay Snows ALSO UNIVERSAL WESTERN DRAMA Featuring Hoot Gibson and Mil- dred Moore FOX NEWS AND. TOPICS OF THE WARNER CARDSTON RAYMOND MAGRATH MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY SEPT. 27TH SEPT. 28TH SEPT. 29TH SEPT. 30TH 55CREAMIBGACT5 THE >mPS Doriffeil lo SEE THIS f WORLD witk LAUOHTER A stirring drama of tlio west, anil one of Hurt's best. DON'T MISS THIS DON'T MISS THIS ;