Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
RIGHT PHOTOPLAY THE i HRSALD MONDAY, SEi'TfcSSJER 27, 1920 FOLK ENTERTAIN fv- NOTORIOUS GUN I'ORT lil'RO-N. ;.U mile-.Toledo. Sii-hour rpeed boat KHIIHK, whkh won ias Aro killed. One a! the 10-uiilo handicap at vlie at Alsouae Ijbor Uay in !Hill v tion ot Wood's winning i'f tin- i tbird, Harmsworth trophy, was OV.IUM by Larr-n three bank robbers iviio posed oil son's wife. and power-boat Toledo ilgtc the better lo hide their identity, fray was disclosed tud.iv liy s-lK'rllf A-aw-jS L'- of Si. CUir. who WHS called t'ouud in lli OB by Toledo authorities cm 'how three bandite whom the VAUDEVILLE knowji shot and Ai-utlicr r.s ''Cowboy" s WijUJLded, a st-iih Forest, was iir-c-sit-J un-i A Submarine Tanks Under Rhine When Antiislifc Came it was by means of amphibious tanks t'lut counted on the PLISS- :tff- of iliv Jlliiua end nipitirlng Hie I bridst'hcmls on tins other side. Tiunks i i to tiiijia wvwuulcl-liat-v bwu ablo sud-} 1 di-uly iiursi into, tlie niiddlo o( the'- in the mos.t uncspccted fushloii I and puhvricu within range, t i It is very easy to the ira- jportiuce of sucb a of attack. Hendv "Tbe studied, and 1 perfected will permit.of Ihe use of a ijtcr, Qiu in cr assaulting'- ___ j.neUh abuut iiiuifli 1 .CQ.UII I volume QrVvfSter.. Kitted tik'e-'Uie, tMks they will lead bud Kit I- Sett. Is-.-TUnks to'.'sioi- v.a which ill the started un ujtu. the- result tu-i------- Shillco-engaged in a revolver battle hist l day the three.bamliss auusrf by To OM t'rc-Mest luindi- .veek happened to hava In their IHIE- pulke ot (mine stolen Mvaiiclns armies, will In it: eSEslon a silver ,-up inscribed in bank Wirs Hu be Smith Trophy. lO-inilo and Mk-i-igan i.; .-.ho last six i( Kv 'iTi'iV b-nl- Aifiulmc. ixi'uyr iserc, us It'.e slinunscn on VJ '-v .a I promoters and snortnnon who fcr HIS river blow'''S m> bruises "ver. Tho bandits -.verc? discovered by-weeks minglcil with J Toledo pollct- lasl Ttiesduy raid j were cEterfaiai-d. and speut .oa'tt (aahloliK-Llo 'uparthienl house in'tviili a lavish bai-d.' ______: _____ J oMiK-leg that may be ricur-bcile. The at well ihe nior.ii effect of.these sub-fluviaj monsters on tlie eucniy would "They aro also-far nu.re practical thi- pontoons wlrch h.'ve been ;oi! to date. The laticr aro are c-usily spoiled Britain Active 'n Expanding Trade MOver World PJSTTICOATS, XOW '.COUSETS TO HOLLOW Tsn't i CV5J.' 3110 silt1 ttins: tlrc'tl for These are the ilcclur.Uious of Gen- Kstk-nne. who as l'fatb.er of the ---------r Kronch tank" during ihi- wyr is still jit lbc-her.il of ihat service in the of 11-Voncli army. As a m.ilter of fact, hod not the more than; anuUlicc piii a-i end to operations 'The..- to It tlid in tbe fall of IMS and Americas' wbmea are iilioi-R to the of Greek so.l- tlieir dessea corsclkis fisiires and corsel.'1 f' wtfch hung straight from sho'ul- der were (he iiiodi i makers attending _ _... tenliou of dressrcakers here. lightening the Khine would have been crossed I by snb-fluvlal lanks. and the bridgc- iiuwus.- drr-asnwkersI heads wrested Iroui with lu ?rf'e-r.; said, are havici s.srcat sale, indicat- this new form of warfare a semi-annual con-j ing bsVine considerable! fnr this conutry, according to Madame Marguerite. Ne-v York j success in their Pitt -VVtllhvn 'Strong, nsed tho and iti Canada. I inti uii.i luv ui ....i, t.ii- tj'Ulltll will have some disappointing aud fatal j enemy and easily shelled. the sub.-fluvial lank, however, fmergbig from tho v.-jter at a point usable- to be determined in advance, (be enemy will have now'ay of replying. Two, ten, and even twenty r.ucli assaulting cars issuing suddenly from a river's bed would be sufficient to break up any bridgehead or'any river defense. "The tnnk. both amphibious and for luud use, constitutes the great arm o! future wars. -Wo are ignorant of its full possibilities, but it consti- the coup do grace for the cav- alry and permits of close-up fighting which will render again possible ile- cislvo battles like those of Austor- Iltz. "But ij Is especially the amphibious tank cooperating with airplanes over- hcd that in tlie future will open lip the passage of rivers and force fight- ing in the open such as the recent war 'weight.'' it 6_IV'e's 'ih'ein their natural j hail tbe French been obliged to carry) i the campaign into Cc-rrnan territory, i futur Canadian Press) A'over liefore in her commercial his- tory lias Orest Britain wsscssed such woniicrfully rerfec'sa machinery for the expansion of her International trade as that through which sha Is through govenluiental and priv- ate orgaufzullou. seeking lo strength- en her hold ou forolsn markets. That is the gist of a report made by R Harvey TVJIddlcton, assistanl manaK- of tbe foreign, trade bureau of the Guarantee Trust Company of New Kuropo where he made an extensive study of Dritlsh trado organizations. British business men, -Mr. -Middle- Ion's report sets forth, are not only determined to' win back all ot the trado taken from them ia pre-war ilsys .by Oennany, but lo establish British commerce so firmly in every Jiort of the world that other nations will be laril put to maintain their the mediums through Pcneral Esticune declares that a., j early as the spring of IMS, wheii the campaign plans for that year Involved eighty- i (he possibility or necessity of crossing undertaken and solved the problem ot cbcesuj eub'fluviai tanks. lhe did not see." Education trade. One of which lirllish trada Is des- tined to expand, iuo report says, is the British Trado Corporation, incor- porated ,iu 1917, with an authorized capital of pounds sterling. Although designed to assist the small exporter, the policies of this mam- moth corporation have been made freely available to tbe" largest manu- facturers of the empire, and It is only .one of the numerous agencies at pres- ent facilitating the expansion of trade. In addition io tbe elaborate com- mercial linderlakings, through which (he.lrado interests ot the empire will be cared for' an Intelligence bureau is maintained to provide up-to-date and reliable information concerning con- ditions in foreign countries whore trade may be sought. This bureau is being fostered through the British j Overseas Bank, an Institution formed by several English banks In March, 1SI19, to ilevelou overseas trade along specialized lines. Thanksgiving Day For Brazil Cause Of Much Discussion DE JAXKIKO." Bent- proposal to InstUute ail animal Thanksgiving Day lu itraiil. as provided tut ia :i measure now before the National Senate, has rosulteil. In many lively discussions in thai body and continues ia bo the subject of lengthy cditoriels in I ho local prrrjs The measure names necember 23 as Thanksgiving Day. but an amendment lias bi'en presented making Ihc date the first Sunday in January. The bill was llrislually- olic archbishop. On first reading, it was nominally approved by the senate Arguing that (be constitution ex- pressly prohibited recognition of or Epeclal favors to any one creed. Ihe' objectors alleged that' the measure had cotno frcm the Catholic thai its paeslng luto lair would In' some degree give recognition to that I church, and that the date proposed as a national festival was essentially of I a religions significance. Ballroom Scene In i "April Folly" Is I Brilliant Feature! theatre tonight and Tuesday, for Hits week's show Is right up to the The llitl'e Ill-others will top Iho bill in their amuzivg and sensational acrobatic act, an act tliKt never falls to win plaudits of audiences bi- lls six'er Kcusr.lbualisni. Dick and Ituby Wren wiii ouer a clever comedy act. entitled "Til Bits of Scotch." They are 4 couple of real Scottish performers, and intro- duce plenty of Lduderesque comedy, together r.-itb sonic fine instrumental playing and dancing. Gilbert, flexible come- dian." n-iil be seen in an amwiing contortion comedy act which ii brim- fnl of now novelty and bright Inn. Comedy will run riot in "The Jazz Doctor." a farclal skit ably presented by Kapler Monna, a duo ot deter artists. Kxcellcut jiLoloplavi. topped by Warren Kerrigan in "A Burglar lor Orchestra, will complete the show. Marlon Oavlfs Charming As Ever In Film of Love and Thrill. New Flln large 'Rrritory Numbers Persons, Has No Posto.lfice 'and No Towns DALLAS. Cocliron county. Texas, which galr.cil t-.vo inhabitants iiuthe lost: 10 now has a population of 67, according to figures announced by the Tinted States cen- sus bueau for IPt-Ci, dates its history SAVINGS CLUBS IN SOUTH AFRICA TO CUT DOWN THE H. C. OF L. CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Sept. Canadian of thrift campaigns have -been -organized in cities and towns throughout South Africa In an effort to bring down the prevailing high prices for food ami clothing. Most of univa no maiuiv the organizers are and their b.ck to the early tetiiement of west) main purpose is to induce greater slm- icxas and has li'-s than one inhabits plicily in the mate, material, und ultm- for every square nilo. i bet of drestes, and to aim at a simpler Tne first census of .the county was j standard of living, nken in suc-'[ As nn incentive towards thrift, some ceoded in findiiig 25 residents. During" 1ISO savings clubs Imvo teen formed in the ncit 10 years the comity Jiad a the Cape Peninsula for tho purpose of 25 to 65 in- habiiiints. or 169 per cent. Hut the _j 'boom" petered out, in the next 10 j years ami but two more people were added to the total.. Cochran county termed in 1S74 from another large county v.-hich lies near to 'he east of it. H is situ- itert on Ihe Texas-New Mexico line md was named tor Robert Cochran. Uoslon man who settled what is now Cor-hrnn county and opened a frontier "torn berorc tlio Civil wnr. Kdwards Is ilin settlement in the county i d ia vwcTicd. by a small railroad from Xcw Mesicii. Ilig ranches oc- cuvy most [if Iho comity. Tiici-e Is nn county 'organization ami not oven a I postoifict: in the county. purchasing Union government certifi- cates. Theso are similar to the Cana- dian'war savings stamps. Their popu- larity is spreading rapidly. WORKERS EVACUATE ITALIAN PLANTS i Khool .Kirdeca, domestic science I ninl technical flncatlGt! have been taken up .culture, which alter a'll is ihc tryV, prime inlercrl Torm.s .111 inv portant item in the cur-icnliiui of all schools. In the cities and loirns of tin.- rarnion no e.tptnsr- is spared in lie erection of handsome, RpacJour Mhool buildlnjs. hsaMii con- drUonn arc 'he DETROIT'S DIVORCE RECORD BROKEN rtlvorco records "ere broken in a four day campaign waged by Circuit Court judges ngainst nn ovcrcrowilort ilivorce ilockct. Six JUUKCS granted i total of 135 decrees On one day the average of cases heard was one in every 66 seconds. FOR A SHORTHORN BULL BIJE.VOS AlHUS.-Anolher record price was at the International Stock Exhibition here when the short- horned bull Kaitliful, Argentine bred, was sold at auction for pesos, or approximately TWO BROTHERS MAHK PASSED 100 a (1) Mncilonnkl Al Asnculturu! College, Olds, Allit. Solicitude i.i cxcrtod in j mm- the health and tbe general welfare i (3) A of Pupils at a Rural School in Western Ciinuda of the pupils in the piana of COB-I stniclkrn. anil medical oflicvrs anrl; health purses nupen-fee Ihr rell-bciiig when they arc in opor- i -In the rural district.-! l-wbcre .the ilret ape often widely -I child bavin-; fe-iaratcd, facililira do not riist in ibe ofaac perieotioTi, cfcrj- ciijtur-- ie ai srarluation. A-i II is Impossible for msny of IJi vcrr-.ljcti to choow from, ten in On- 11EI.H-AST, IllKI.AXn, Kepi. 'By unique record of cen- tenarian liuu just been brok- en by Hi" death nf John Mullan, aged IDS. n-ho lived v.iili brother lion- ry. iiRod 103. at Donoydale, r.eor Duu- -MILAN, Sept. that nictal workers evacuate -plants oc- cupied by them have been flvon by the rcetalliirgic nnion, and tho move- ment began today. This is h result of tie referendum held throughout Northern Italy during Hie lasl week re- lative lo acceptance of the agreement between employers which was signed at Komct at Iho Instance ot tbo govern- ment. The vote taken showed tor, and against tho agreement. necoinmemialion is made by tbo tho men leave the estab- lishments In the same condition as when occupied and that perfect clean- liness and order bo restored in all plants affected. WIRELESS SERVICE FOR LEAGUE OF NATIONS MEET extensive wireless servlco will bo established at Geneva for the first meeting of the Assembly of Iho Leagim of Nations -which is lo bo held in November, Three stations during tbo sessions will be in dally communication with Pnria, I'mgne, .Moscow, Budapest, Nauon and IJerlin, THE SIZE NOT THE PRICE (Contributed by a Header) A man stepped Into a Chicago fhoc store and nuked tbe price of a pair of shoes in the window. "They aro witlionl Ibo war lax." replied llic clerk. The man dropped dead. These shoos were ovlrlently built for some lady ot the "windy was Hie sin; not the price that killed him. si-SL Jroai the prnvtnrU! nunail schools; oonipalswT as in Ihe aK, I, n lrl "putaUo... iclits tii derived thrsc ,-Jth ron rsc ithort Wrins are the ruore fully ing Adventure. NOW SHOWING AT EMPRESS' One of tho most elaborate ballroom scenes ever screened is shown in Cynthia "April Mar- ion Davies' latest Cosmopolitan Pro- duction, which Is being shown at the Empress theatre. The Eceno 'takea Place on !Tship at sea..-The deck Is transformed. Into a Chinese garden, with hundreds .of -Chinese lanterns and tropical plants creating an Orien- tal atmosphere. Scores of "extras" take part in Ihe dance, attired in lav- ish gowns, some of them Including ac- tress friends ot Miss Davies who ap- peared before the camera for "the fnn i of it." Miss Davice herself, who, be j of her eiperienco in "Chin Chin" n'ul.the Kiegneld Follies.. Is' thoroughly at home in any terpsichor- i eaii revel, Is a Vision In a shimmer- ing costumo -Vrtil delight tho! ladles. j The.scene" brings la a climax the thrilling action of "April Cyn-' thla Stocklcy's storv of a "piquant'-. American girl taking a famous dia- wond to South Africa in place of the earl's daughler, whom she is imper-1 She is trailed by detectives and some notorious International j thieves and escapes by a slartling de-1 vice. Conway Tearle Is the leading man, and the picture was directed by Robert X. Leonard. It a 1'ara- j mount Artcraft special. In addition lo this feature photoplay I and comedy attractions, the Empress announce first class vaudeville, start- Ing tonight. The hoadlino p.ct will be Wedding." Tho whole program wtll.be shown at usual prices and 10c. FINE VAUDEVILLE SHOW COLONIAL TONIGHT AND TUES! Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville will receive a big boost nt tho Colonial Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will KILL MOBE FLIES'THiN OF AKy STICKY riY Clean to handle. Sold by aH Druggrists, Grocen and General Stores ln coiijtim-iiou with tbo Wit rllpprnlnnnn PHOENIX Monday and Tuesday A British "Majlereraft" Pro- duction Anglo-Canadian Picture PlAys Present Dearest A "flepworlb" rlclurc Tlay, featuring CHRISSIE WHITE HENRY-EDWARDS Here Ic the Eternal Problem which has faced men from the beginning of Stiphsn has kept sacred tho priceless- ness of hit dearest postecclon. "ELMO THE 13th episode, ant) comedy. COLONIAL The Brlnhtest Spot In Leth- bridge. Today and Tuesday HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE ALL STAR SHOW Extra Special Feature Act THE RITTLE; BROTHERS World famous gymnasts, in their amazing acrobatic act THE and Ruby) In of Scotch and Irish" WALTER GILBERT" "The Flexible Comedian" RAPIER AND MONNA IN 'T.HE JAZZ DOCTOR' Whlmtlcal Cprhedy Sketch Feature Photoplay J.. WARREN KERRIGAN. In hts smashlnu sensational picture "A BURGLAR FOR A NIGHT" LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE L-KO COMEDY COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Same Popular cents; children, 25 centi. Matinee dally at 2.30. Nights at 7 Coming Wed. Thurs. CONSTANCE TALMADGE In her very latest production "HAPPINESS A LA MODE" Coming Fri. Sat HARRY CAREY in big "HUMAN STUFF" EMPRESS Now Playing 35c and 10c. "APRIL FOLLY" By Cynthia Stotkl'ey, with MARION DAVIES A Paramount Ai tcraft Picture Sbo found hor life too tame! So, she threw discretion to thi winds and started out alono to stck'adventure. Yon'll'say she wasn't dlBappoLittd! A dashing mystory romanco ihe Cosmopolitan Moga- zfne. ALSO FIRST CLASS HEADLINE ACT Wedding" 3 rollicking 2-rcel comedy.