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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Their Glory order issued lo the tuudlan troops on March 191S, Oeneral Sir Arthur Currie wrote: "To those who will fail I say, will noi die but step Into immortality names will be revered forever aad ever by vour grateful country, and 'God will ttic you unto Hinl- self." The pledge thus given is being flllWullv fulfilled in relation to em- pIoycc-3 of thu Canadian Pacific Rail- way Company by He placing o.' bronze memorial tablets at over a were of ius principal offices ail stations, t'urlhermore two Insposinj; bronze statuary groups have beta EUned lor the great C.P.H. SUlitc at Montreal and Winnipeg to foreyer as tribute to the heroism or C.P.R. men who in fit and scattered arc their graves, i single was their spirit and Ibun ideal, the service of their country. Out of 11.602 employees who were reported joining the Forces, l.ODG, or nearly tea per cent paid lie su- prtlne sacrifice. These came from every rank of tb.2 company, from ovci-j' de-r-srtmer.i, and tney served by air. lacd and unto TUt bronie tablet, replicia at will bo at the principal centres in each province o' i. uj.da. r.nci also in London, Liver- i lot- Orient, has been de- iiy Mr. Archibald Pi-arce, ol t'ii-c' Department of i: (5 beins engraved Euglnnd, by the (Jtiilil and Applied Arts. an advancing army artillery, tup- tanks and railway on uitbor side bv a i -j liner with ovcilicad. Brilan- .sirplctod handy to and point: and clo J whiu si-: oil witli the JUi' in u-h'..c.h' the C uc inscription com- the Cau- .r..ay Company who a-.d Country, left t-j ihcai, 'endured and finally i'; of men by .-tho tall-sacrifice, giv- invn lives that others L.i " those f jl'uT.Eee lo it that their ,i- not I .bronze- statuary group be duplicated for the U- P.U S'n'JcBs; at Si-eel. at Winnipeg, is it of tieur de Lion MacCarth> the well known' Montreal sculptor. Ir tnijcsttc'and; impressive allegory, it repreEeDts'Uie uplifting of -he SOBI ol a hero tronv the battle lines lo 'that borna from irhich no lirveller The armed figure of a sol- dier clad in khaki, bailie-stained, yet traiqujl is VJoaln. Is borne heaven- wards by a tringer) anO laurel vrcathed Ansel of Victory. The HB- ures in tho group, arc of heroic rvo- over seven high. upou a. marble NO NEED TO WORRY AUOUT OYSTKK SUI'l'LY WEST SAYV1LLK. Oysters alt it> "set oat" t'uarantocil to i'iy with proper Ci'rf a fiour- i: brocfi, may resuU ironi ciperi- 7ust concluded F. of the New York Com- mission, today reported on Ms ensive study of oyster at Ins. lube- lory on 'h the Inimitable Charlie In that differed greatly from what he all hu glory." The kids irill revel hi was trying to say. la one brc-ath he II. Owing to the enormous number ot called the board ol directors kings bookings on tbs> picture, it has only! and In tko nejt ha tailed them teaslB been possible to secure it for this one- So Mr. Hay sat down that nlgbt and performance. HARRY CAREY COMING TO COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK the ueit morning bad the sentences letter perfect. j "MarrieJ in Haste" Is coming to j the I'aocmx theatre tomorrow and Thursday. "Human Stuff." the newest Vniver- sal nr.idactlou slarrtos Harry Carey shore of tie Great .Day. bus j and said to differ In m'cny respects ci-eiA'ii iu kecjmig alivo of i from in which the us oysters from thv to tbe j star bus appeared of late, is lo be "set' stage. !n bis renort.liQ said tbat seen at the Colonial Theatre on Fri- hmc-herie.t meJeied f.ficr Ms plant can day and Saturday this week buiit wherein lii.p may be ncubateJ uLlil time to'sot Ibcm out waters. His method for' "sets" Wells taid. COLONIAL OFFERING CREAT VAUDEVILLE Advance notices were fully lived uu lo at the Colonial theatre last ulghl when the "Hip" Vaudeville show this wejk was of.'crecl to a housa CRUSHED TO DEATH IN FREIGHT ELEVATOB TORONTO. Sept. !S. Gilbert Jones. 14 years old, was crushed to death-hyva freijb.t elevator in the factory of. Hipibly and Wilson yesterday. business, is Jorcc-J to admit himself a failure. He decides to seek adventure an4 fortune In the West, where bis falber owns a ranch. Mistaken for a tenderfoot who has "come to interfere wllh Ibeir nefarious plans, bis neighbors conspire to dtive Jim from the ranch, bui here be is iu his element and enjoys the struggle Vaudeville And Photoplays At i'.'EmpressTonight into his life and the fight becomes1 more exciting. Situations follow in rapid succession, and the slory ends in a typical Carey climax. MARION DAVIES CAUSES GASPS Several.iaaios.'gafsried in last night's audieijce "at' the 'Empress theatre, where'.''April new Cosmo- politan by Cynthia Stock- ley, opened fpr a'tfirce.days run, wiren Marion'Davtes; bt-autlful ;young star, squeezed iato -a trunk, gnu In hand, to foir crooks were following her.' it wasn't because'IheyfeaVed for Miss Davies" But the wonderfully becoming and altogether divine Mule gown .she was was crushed beyond The ijretty'faTorite'admitted herself wlien-this particular scene was fllmed that It. made her wince, as if she were plunging Into tco cold water. Also' a rollicking comedy and first class vaudeville.. Harry Carey shows a new angle of i his skill !n the portrayal of the two 1 ,._ easlcra western sheep clmics Jlary Charleson. Ruth Fuller Golden. Fon- taine-La Rue. Charles Le. Moyne, Hudolph Christians, Joe Harris, and others. The direclioa is due to Heeves Easton. self flexible Is cor- a fare-you-well, aud wiih a clover line of pallor offers excellent eclerlain-1 menl. ".V" j Easily the hest of Ihe year Is presented by Dick'and Ruby! who in their clever burlesque of i llie old limo melodrama sliiipiy' bad tbe audience In screams las'.' night. Dick Wren is a one hundred honors of Ihe whole show. Ruby is a dainty liltle miss and an eicellent partner for Dick. Tosethor they offer a routine ot original com- singing, dancing and lustruueh- tal music alt uicelv staged .Iu a spec- ial sceotc settlug. >fore acts as food as the Iwo Wrens 'offered lasl night will be a big boost for vaudeville In Lethbrliige. After the riot.created by the WresV. tue next act on the bill was filled by Kapler and Moiina la Jazi Doo- (or.'" With a totally different styie of conicdy. some unusual eccentric danc- ing, and a sn'appy line of custter ler and Monna kept up tbs fun. .The Kittle: Brothers, two well built athletic young chaus offered aa lin- usual gymnastic performance. TKe'y display wonderful physical develop- ment and greatly pleased the audience. Eicsllent pictures headed by War- ren Kerrigan In, "A Burglar for Night" a-g6oil feature rounded out the bill which all told is one of the seen here for many months. The same bill will bo offered to- RAY STUDIES SPANISH FOR MOTION PICTURE Albert Ray, -who .Is the star In the j k'illiara Fox comedy drama. ".Married Willi; In knows how to speak six- teen sentences in more and no less. These sixteen sentences ho was compelled to learn so that he could register speaking in Spanish, and not In English iu certain scenes In the play.' In "Married in Hasle" he Is supposes to understand Spanish so that he can interpret a Spanish cocoanul king In a business proposi- tion to a board of directors who want Last Times Tonight "Hip" VaudeviSe Best Show of the Season DICK and RUBY WHEN Great Come'dy Act RAPIER AND MONNA In "THE JAZZ DOCTOR" WALTER GILBERT "Flexible Conicdlan' whole program Wilt .b'e. shown buy ,the cocoanut king's crop. He does it so well Ibat he makes a forT high esteem In tbe eyes ot his young wife. When these scenes were being mane Ray naturally-made a queer jumble of tbe. Spanish, sentences.until a visitor who understood Spanish told him he should be more careful, because his transpositions expressed sentiments t Unt. dead Tenialii.In Inspiration to 1 their cfiinradesTtCnd !o the world at large. By their sacrifice for.lhc Em- i'i s'bnll the mcaiory ol the ea'-lplre, they-kept clear ana open the Imperial Highway, and on tlie'sU- tions of- that Highway their- glory shall forever be recorded. at popular prices- 6N'STANCE TALMADGE IN f. "HAPPINESS A LA-MODE'.' AT COLONIAL WED'.tofip.'THURS. Dc-ligklfu! ..Tafmadse comes to Ihe on Wednesday and Thurgilby in her lalest success "Happiness A La ono of the mosii-aellcipusly en- tertaining comedy dramas It-has been the good fortune of thi screen, this season. Constance eiec popular witb tbe! discriminating! theatre goer Is opportunities in "Happiness. A La Mode." even surpassing, many of her former successes.- H'j: v Hunters report the sage lien, the I !ntnous game bird of Lue .Nevada de- lerts. is iu danger.of extinction as a result of. Hie ravng'es of tuberculosis.' [OZEHIA ym iisi! In. (DISC'S Ollll- riicnl for KCZCTIIS and Skin Irrils- K i-'jllCKl at onco ard yradu- heals tna pUn. Snmrrla Twx I'r. Olullntlit free if von mention Japcr nod forposuigc. 3Qi: ul] dealeiA or CV.. ToruTito. BRITl [8511110 Cuticura Soap Imparts The Velvet Touch Sfltp.Oisao'j.t.Ti tTSij SINCE 1 1070 Hc'V HILOH te he given thorn for the marketing ol the produce tbdy might Svisli to sell. A bank would be established to assist commerce, and pqstalconimunications would by opened. [High Commissioner that as as j possible of the future administrators I of the :iew territory would bo drawn 'from the iicople of tbat district under the direction of a small number ot IJritisli officers. He also save assur- [ance that it was. not conteniiilalcd j lo establish any system of compnls- BM. Ang. inlrouucc administration has been ex-j tended to a considerable part of trans- i An amnesty was readily granted, at 1 Jordan territory, of which Ks Salt, a -a rmmlnent chief's request, to, two ;town of about 12000 Inhabitants, situat- tusilive Arabs who had been charged cd some 20 miles cast of the 'nstlgatiug the Kastep rlols in Sea is 1V chief centre Jerusalem. Many Sheiks aiAxed Ibeir Si'r Herbert Samuel.' British High i Commissioner for-Palestine, lias just1 ul-bjre lur j returned from a journey to the new territory, where COO representative Heduin sheiks and notables received with enthusiasm the High Commis- sioner's assurance that "Great liritaiu did not proposo to bring their country within ttic. present system of adminis- Iralion of I'alr'stluc, hut would estalj. liEh a separate administration tlmtj would assist the people tcj govern j themselves." Sir Herbert motored through Jcri-l rho to Allenhy tirlrlgo on Sept. SPECIAL CHARLIE QHAPXIN MATINEE FRIDAY: AT i COLONIAL-'FOifl-KIDDIES As an extra treat, .for. the yuungstcrs, Manager Brown lias arranged to show the addles of Leth- lirid'go Hie big speclaj i (iharlie. Chap- lin piclure "Chase Mo at Ihe git'eiiioon, from 4.15 till C starting immediately after school. "Chase Mo is In. five reel Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. RITTLE BROTHERS Acrobatic Novelty Feature Pictures and' Orch'estra' SPECIAL ATTRACTION Wednesday Thursday THIS WEEK Select Pictures Present (GRANULES) DiiiolTc instantly on torque, or in hot or cold wmter, or ricby. Try at. foupUin. QUICK RELIEF! ALSO IN TABLET FORM HADK ar SCOTT DOWKE MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION for that cut, burn, sore or eczema. Ends pain, prevents blood-poison- inp; 'and grows new skin. AH dealers 50c box. PHOENIX Tomorrow ami 'Thurs. :'A Bride with i Mads a Man of Him ALBERT RAY; Marriei -In Haste and went broke. ELINOR FAIR ;hls pretty wife, put him on his feet again.' A WILLIAM-FOX Comedy Directed by. Arthur Rosson ALSO PATHE NEWS TIME "HIS DEAREST POSSESSION" A British Artcraft produc- tion. Don't miss It. CONSTANCE. TALMADGE -ore tlcHclour. than m I 'very, production "Happiness A La A delightful comedy dram's. H'a fast furious. FUN! FUNI Add.ed Attractions: Century Comedy Riot "A VfLLAIN'S BROKEN HEART? Two reels of roars Every CON- CERT ORCHESTRA Beautiful Women of Sodety.duilngthepast seventy havetclied upon It for their distin- guished appearance. The soft, refined, pearly complexion it rcnrieri Instantly, Is always the source of flattering comment. CO., LTD., LETHBRIDGE, Al-BERTA. us nl limes t 100 n.dimi the I "I Ibi: .iD.-lal jr-rvlco at V. a knc without mishap. The Arafis nxlfiidpd a tordic.l wcl- come to the Dritish Iligli CoinmissMin. or, whnm tbcy fsnk'rfainrjd lavisHly in (oriental Ktyle. In an atidrcsf, Sir Herbert tU'lo tbu chiefs Hint since Ihe -rrfnch j iiad fully cslaWlshcd tni-ir Inllncncr! jscparulc the Arab's district from tho ndlnraislrnlion. Great llri- i Hi'.1 airiiirn In for the three planfjn !hat ar< fol'oiviiij; lo jirocrcil on lo New It Ihe origiiul ijilention lo I rave early Tuesday morninfi for Ij'.it n aay's v.-as dc- rUleil in r.rdr.T lo complrjff- all ar- the Illglit. ITALIAN KING SIGNS TREATY Delmoy's Krcncli Hair Tonic mascs the hair lieniitjful and., fluffy. K eleaniics Ihe scalp, removca.dandruff and gives a tone to the hair. your hair Is lifeless try Delmay'a French Hair Tonfe, being daintily ijorfumcd, it makes an Ideal dreaslntr, arid It Is not. sticky. Price, ?1.00 a bottle. S. Jack- son, prescription specialist, phono 3G4, 4lii Ave. and 6tli Street. ycKioid lo the tnv. Iliily and King Victor jjy gave thp, ro .lv of Ht. (ipin Austria. tain, he nairl. v.-oulil lic-lj) Ihom to or- defense, agniiisl' attack -from Kir Herbert developed a pro- 'xrain of road iniiirnvcrneut. ihu build- Irjg of jthnu'li; find the provision of medical nid. There, v.onlrl Jjc. ho com- plete of trade would be suppled with by the chamber of deputies, rco, sugar and olhcr commodities 'UK of iho Ireatv hv the (.arnc the j.w.t Italy J'alcatfiic. Moreover, faclllilies would anil Austria. Th" trc-iify St. Cermain was f inianiiTiouMy by tlk? Kids! SEE ME FRIDAY AFTERNOON RIGHT AFTER SCHOOL, AT THE IN MY FIRST AND ONLY BIG FIVE-REEL tHASEllARLIE'' !e ANY SEAT, 10 CENTS NOTK: form a nee. This is the one only P'riday malincc at ;