Winnipeg Free Press

October 26, 1933

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 26, 1933, Winnipeg, Manitoba Gangster and Senator Discuss Author of Law Of Self Preservation railed Press ucspatcii lo free est O'Dormell agreed. rrci- Prct-s Private wire.) I'm going to tell you some- HITLER WHEN A BABY WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1933: (ELECTION MEETS IN LONDON SEAT MARKED BY RIOTS 21 climaxed "Onfitp sxib- n ml kicl- CM- coupl tno ._ _ vatlon. me. over. Look me over from Lop u> bottom. I'm on tho level. Now. the Lord Intel down tlie Inw ol lo-s nau i don't think it was 1lie i" -m CopeUuxl interrupted. f which Sen-- "Well, maybe It was Mows did irman inri O'Donncll said. "Maybe some smiirl t'f. timoriv wrote (he book for all 1 VrKvir Roll'- know. But it's a Rood ]aw. ain't i jih'iv Senator Copcland aarcert it was. ''virtini of and O'Donnell rasorly offered his b 'recommdation "about this crime btisl- vou need" 1-, Mld. "i, honest another member j "Ulc ilom itrnf-v 'imoTiici Copoi.mcl agreed to lhat. IS CUT jHrCTiOFF FROM WORLD, SNOWSTORM' O'Dor.ndl replied. -A., rector and former hf-nlth j N.-A- i'knov.-1 Power vacuities Inter- ivia' txibios -hrcomc hrulthy ,-enntor sain. i and Many factories Kept Idle for An Hour AUDITORIUM FRL, OCT. 27 TIBBETT Positivsly Time H-rn Until 1935-1 936 GOOD SEATS TODAY Winnipeg Cn.. I.UI. Phone S3 Season Tickets 7 Events CELEBRITY CONCERT SERIES sx.im. sio. .id, sn.mi Dt'fcrrrd Payment Plan RIAL jrORTAC.i: AT CAKt.TOX. t'U. II! Iliil. BEACON MAIN ST. AT BL'PEKT. PH. !I7 1 FREE! TO LADIES Every Wednesday Thursday English Dinner ware Double Prueram OM tl'p s.-reeii BFAt'O.V Noiv I At niAI.TO I Fairbanks. Mi'splitrh.) Miintreal. On. In the most, complete electric power failure in years Montreal was cut off from the world for an hour Wednesday.! fc.llowins; on I he heels of a heavy j snowstorm, the first, of the winter" season, all eommunications failed. Telephone and teli-sraph lines were "raclua'lly restored, but major power facilities were interrupted nml many factories were idle. .Ughtlng circuits were put back into commission through use of auxiliary equipment, but. no power available for heavier machinery. Employees stcod aboui. idle, not without some en- joyment at. the enforced holiday. Heavy electrical standards were damaged when the weight of snow broke down hundreds of wires. Linemen worked feverishly repairing the lilies. Hospitals equipped with auxiliary electrical generating apparatus for lighting and operating room use were able to carry on. but many theatres and hotels were handicapped. A record for all time for October i snowfalls was established during Tuesday night's storm. .Professor A. J Kelly, meteorological expert in 1 charsc of McGill university's weather bureau, stated here today. total of S.9 inches fell during the i storm, more than half between 8 o'clock last night and midnight. The last snowfall of any import- ance in October was In 1025. when 3 2 Inches fell during the whole month. The total on record previous to the present bliiwsrd was in 1880. when inches fell during October. who control, the destiny of a Disarmament Proves Knotty Issue in East Fulham Cam- paign Friday's Photoplays (Canadian J'rcss Cably.t THOMAS T. CHAMPION Ijuiiiion, Oct. has proved a knotty issue In the East Fulham by-election. :n which polling took place Wednesday. The by-elec- tion is the first of six to be decided within the next lew days in th most widespread test of popular iplnion since tlie general elections. The polling Wednesday ended a tur- bulent campaign which wound up Tuesday night in demonstrations outside the Pulham town hall, where Captain A. Dull Cooper, financial secretary to the war office, was on behalf ot Alderman W, 1. WMclron, the National Conserva- tive candidate. The only other can- .lidalR is Wllmot, Labor. Mounted police were forced to clis- 3er.se the huge crowd which ,he hall in u riotous scene during which a number cf "stink-bombs" were thrown, apparently by b i factions. In the last general elections Sir Kenyoii Vaughan-Morgan, Consem Live member for 10 years, had o mnjorii.y of He died re- cently. The other by-elections are taking place in Kilmnrnocte. Scotland; Har borough, Leicestershire; Skipton. Yorkshire; Husholmc. and Rutland-Stamford. There have been LM by-elections since the sweeping National govern- ment victory In 1031. Only three resulted in any change in the party standing and those three were Labor recoveries of seats lost In the Labor debacle of "BERKELEY SQUARE" Sands of Time Run Backward in Metropolitan's Film Gods of movieland turn back Ihe hands or the clock and the sands of Lime for learly 150 years in the captivating stovy, 'Berkeley IL Fox-basky produc- tion to be presented, at the Metropolitan theatre Friday, with u late pre-view this evening. It Is a romantic drama, about he scope ot which there is some thins awesome, but a narrative that sweetly appealing. With a "fourth- dimensional" treatment it combines 19311 with 17114, presenting, in. the chiet role--, j Leslie Howard, Heather Angel, Vulcrm Taylor, Irene Browne, Colin Keith-John- t slon and Beryl Mercer, j Pnter SlanUish, a modern American, is bequeathed a mansion in London's his- tcric Berkeley Square. Roaming through l.he old house, finding JOIIR forgotten relics nnd diaries, he becomes obsessed with the idea lhat Ihe people and eondi- yet. He Ulk. of Lincoln, Lindbergh, the J. World War, the marvels science and ra as in- ,h invention. ThroviRh his eyes. He en I M-, for por. all the happiness nnd liorror that has Coilern Moore, ccmc into the world from Her clay to t.ajal ?crcen for throe, year-, this. All is familiar to him. _ ln role opposite Tracey, The supporting cnsl. liesded by Halpli Morgan and Helen Vinson, includes The romance grows deeper. Helen that Peter is a man of the future. In one grand scene they pledge their eternal love that lies beyond 1he Brave lor both. Then the picture turns modern cKaln Peter has proved his belief. As Marjo'rie tries to take him away from the house, he tells her that he never wil. leave. She seems to understand why and passes, and Peter Is left alone 10 wau until lime call.; him to Helen. "Berkeley Square" is a hiii picuire. Morgan an ford Jones. Henry Kolker. Sarah d J. Blllv O'Brien. Cullen Johnston and J. Bv r. Par'rell MacDonald. The script, Parre aco. which Ihe idea for narrnwae was first revealed. "from the pen of Preston SlurRcs. noted v.'iliiam K. Howard directed. I'owfr ami (lie- (ilnry i'il Krlilay actually exist in that old lions ol house. Craving Ihe permission of the Ambas- sador and his iinancee, IVLer i; .hiit-s himself up in ihe. house. As he passes through (he door, he becomrs the criminal Peter In "The Powi-i- and ihn Glory." rcporlrd i .li's.se Lasky's most Important film n cnri-cr rrplclr. with Imporlant dims. opens Friday at the G.irrick theatre. It is Mr Lusky's third production as R jiro- c'urcr under the Vox banner and mnrks n high point in the screen achievements veteran. Till' story of the film cannot Be from tlie method in whim It told Through u new medium evolved the film reveals Hie Important In Hie Hie ol :t man '.vhn rises anil lives' fiom Ihe most, humble besinnincs to urcaui. Time turns back I nl pov.Tr ana only a dia.y ami his- III sho-.vs his dianise ironi a .-Miiple u insn vilhoiil any eoucallpr, U) .1 liRlllt ol naiional imporian-c v-'itli irtciTMi'i ureat we'll: ii. i Jt.'s years. With _ loricnl knowlfilBi; to tjuidu him. nllxi's Ills times. And this condition _ provocative ut comeriy. 'I'll-: original Peter raine lo marry Kale, Tins Peier tails in luve her sisti-r. Helen. Their iovu is sublime, tint. H ean unly in eiennty. Time ioi i hem not all v. hom lie ruim-s in .rcntarl., save Helen, J'elt-r is liaLed and stormed i Italher lliuil Amerit-ali. lie is I awrence Tlbbett will open his sons: 1 recital tomorrow at the with Handel's famous Me Winds and -n i place of the .song previotisly nn- immortal iis'ndded to the original projirammc. New York Woman Will Seek Broken Heart praccipp .500.000 apainst wealthy Mrs. Hhoda Tar.ncr Xt-'.v York, will be by iiiirt. Mrs. D'tibl'''Iay s .irlcl jin'K'iy iiitciition in Mel: am.- no ion" tin; suite Adolf Hitler, who was born in. 1889. the Aiistro-Bnvarinn Monti er. His father COAST TO COAST By ANNIE SLATER, Beadle, Sask. A Prize-Winning Short, Short Story. LOOK at them kids plugging up the hill just so they can coast down it The two elderly men sat back in the cutter and watched the rosy- cheeked youngsters as they struggled up the steep hill with their tobag- lives out of his inventions. Talk about coasting-----" "You're daft about coasting to- his wife Interrupted. "I said to Donald, 'Your Pa's been a worker all his life, and a worker he'll be to his dying day'." "Me a worker! Nonsense. I Audi License Year Clianjiccl Canary, Oct. 26. In an effort to have the Alberta government declare the automobile license year lo tap from April 1 to March 31. Instead of from ,'Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, as at present, the Alberta Motor association has de- cided to circulate among cur owners n petition which will be presented to the lleutena.nt-govcrnor. Where Are TIIOT. Doclnrs Nmv Oct- 26- John H. Ga-Hati volunteered lor service In the Civil War, but; doctors rejected. I'.ltn because his health was poor. He died i always choose the easiest way." "Me. Jake went on. Ld JUct -Haven't you always worked to do the coasting." (i things comfortable and con- "you've got to climb tne VEnlcut for _TO that now we have the finest place in the Ma tossed up her head with tender pride. A serious look drove the ac- customed twinkle from Jake's eyes Mire ill "Till PICTI'RK SXATCHER" Abo I Adult I atrln-rt Marshall in (OcncraU "FAlTHVri. HEAKT" Nanrv Carroll in "THK NARROW CORNER" (AUulU Also Slim Suminyrvil'.e in "Kin r.i.ovii KISSliS" and Variety shorts man beside him said, sourly. "Not Jake repeated, obstin- ately, "I'd just coast. When I got to coast down. Go from coast to the weary hours he had coast, as you might IaM spent digging the ditch for the pipes sides shook with silent enjoyment 01 i had made disposal or the waste his joke. 1 water so easy; the evening hours, after the day's work was done, when he made the dumb-wnitcr that i Tuesday at the ar.e of 99. Otiaiva. Ocr.. orders been issued by Royal Canadian Mounted Police headquarters here to j its eoiiatuuartl and Inncl lorces to be j on the lookout for sugar smugglers. I The f.vo-cent-a-pound federal taxj created possibilities lor a lucrative1 smuggling trade, but General J. H. commissioner of the B.C. 'M.I'., does not believe It has reached anv larcc scale. "You're got to climb up some ti Jake, whatever you say." "And you'd climb a mountain. Bill Leigh, when there wasn't but a mole- hill there." Jake said, with good- natured contempt. Leaving the hill they continued on their way. and presently came to where a bare iinpaintcd dwelling GARRICK Last Showing Today PILGRIMAGE Origins! short story contribu- tions, of not more than words, must be accompanied by stamped, self-addressed envelope. Otherwise the story cannot be returned. In any case, no respon- sibility is assumed for the safe return of any story, though the Editor will make every effort lo return all unused stories com- plylnf with this rule. Keep a copy of your story, for your own protection. Pen names are not, permitted. saved so many steps. "Maybe Bill's right, after he j said. ihoUBhtfully. "You can't Just so from coast to coast. You've Oot to climb the hill, too." Suddenly tho twinkle returned. what's the he chuckled. "Ain't dim ing; the hill the most int'rcsting part, PRESIDENT'S NAME IS DRAWN INTO ELECTION FIGHT (GENERAL) TOMORROW THE AT THE GARRICK GLORY with SPENCER TRACY COLLEEN MOORE Ralph Morgan Helen Vinson Told in NARRATAGE THE TALKING SCREEN'S NEWEST WONDER! BE THE FIRST TO SEE IT! ANOTHER 4 PICTURE stood back from the road. A woman was toiling slowly towards it, carry- j pail of water. lu didn't ought to let your -wife fetch the water, Bill." Jake re- proached his companion, "I meant to bring it in before I left.'' Bill answered, "taut I hadn t time." "Look at that windmill of mine, Jake pointed to the blades of a wind- mill that could be seen revolving above the windbreak. "Pumps the water into a cistern at the top of the House. All we have to do is turn on the as that. Just he chuckled, remem- bering his Joke. "You certainly have things lixed Bill said, enviously "Funny, you and me started equal forty years ago, and look at us "I've sure been mighty lucky That boy Jake pointed pride- fully at "a tall youth who was open- ing the gate. "A real Inspiration it was when I tool: him In. Do yot remember the shinny, sickly baby he was when those tramps aban- doned him in my field? Look at him (now! Runs things all hisself. I cav ust sit back nnd loaf. Isn't thai ght, he asked, as they drcv p at the gate. "Sure, the y-'.fch grinned af- ectionaately at the older man. Everyone knows you're the laziest erson in the country." Donald has growed up a fine husky Bill said, as he climbed out f the cutter. He looked ah the traight upstanding youth, then at he trim substantial buildings across he way. Well. so he muttered, loomily. 'What you doing, JakE cx- jostulated that evening. "Wearing Yourself out, carrying them things one at a tin.c right across the room." Deftly he stacked the newly washed supper- dishes on the dinner wagon and wheeled them to the cupboard door. "Don't be always climbing loast a bit." "Coast a bit! What do you his wife questioned, absent-mindedly as she watched him. "You know how the boys coas- down the hill on their "And a fine sight I should loo: coasting down the hill on a sled! she exclaimed, indignantly. "Don't be si lit'ral, Ma. Coasting' taking the easiest way." "Professor Murphy was here thi Ma began, heiiitatinglj some time later. "He said he'd bee trying to persuade Donald to take course In eng.neering at the ttn verslty. He's wonderful clever machinery, the profess says." "Arid, he says right, Jak agreed. "Donald told him that he couldn leave you to do all the work, no you're getting old. Not but wha you're as strong and spry as ever" sh added, proudly. "What, did you "I told him not to worry. Pa won "Mid you told him right. Th boy's a marvel. It would' be a s to'kecp him here. When he's stud if ba minting things, you I bet- you, Ma, he'll be able to Ij keep us in "luxury the rest of our UDY FOR A DAY. (Associated ncspalch.) New York, Oct. name of President F, D. Roosevelt was drawn leflnitely Into the mayoral campaign Wednesday as Joseph V. McKee, Be- covery party candidate, emblazoned the slogan: "A vote for McKee is a vote lor vote for La Guardla Is a vote against Roosevelt." McKee, In a speech Tuesday night, assailed Piorello H. La Guardla, the Fusion nominee, as a "Socialist" sup- ported by Republican enemies of the president. La Guardia said, that if either Mc- Kee or Mayor John P. O'Brien, Tarn- many, -were elected "there will be peace in Tammany within. two "They have all been partners in bad government." he said, "and they know too much above each othei not to get together." Mayor O'Brien praised his adminis- tration's efforts for the unemployed HR said the city was spending to a month, anc had "gone to the brink of financia ruin" to see that nobody starved." CaU'liPK IX-l'OMiiil TriMit Tort Arllinr. Out., Oct. Shanks, elevator employee, caught a ntllocked salmon, otherwise known mountain trout, weighing eighteen unds, four ounces, in Lake Innes :ar here Tuesday. That ans Time to Jj-ve orough Bernity FOX FILMS Romantic Triumph LESLIE HOWARD HEATHER ANGEL -Stars Strangely bcauiiful. lenderly lovely." N.v. nnilv N.-..J x class by itself filled with gentle humor and appealing pathos." N.V. Tiiti'i PREVIEW TONIGHT at 11.15 TODAY Last Times For "PENTHOUSE" Engagement Starts _ 2 Hits 10e, 15c, 25 PICY M UARVEV SPCNCERJRAGV WRAV With RALPH FORBES (General) VILMA BANKY )n "THE REBEL" RETURN ENOAGEMENT 'THREE LITTLE PIGS' TONIOUT SPENCER TRACY in "ME AND MY GAL" The color silly symphony nviirr one is talking abuul. Only 2 More Days MAEDCHEN FREE DINNERWARE TO LADIES e Kceulxr 1'nceh. ADDKU BI JO U siiAj-'S 'ARMS AND THE MAN BABRY JONES. ANNE OBbY Musical Comedy JSt-Wf- ISc Till (f; After ri, 15e.and ADULTS ANY TIME LAST FEATURE SECOND WINNIPEG SHOWING "Moonlight and Pretzels JACK DENNY AND HIS BAND 8 Big Song Hits A MUSICAL TREAT THAT WILL TICKLE, TEASE AND TANTALIZE YOU (Adult) IN UNIFORM Uouald Novls In "N i u h t s f K n m a n c c Mouse" 'Novelty" SWEETHEAHI I J.H.V DAN'ITA NOHMAN FOSTKR COMEDY FOX NEWS SENSATION! "THE GOLD DIGGERS OF ROXY MONTROSE MENDtRSON MWY "MAE WEST in (Adult) "SHE DONE HIM WRONG" Ann Hiirtiinir "When Ladles RAMON NAVARKO in (Adult) "THE BARBARIAN" WHEELER WOOLSEV Open 6 p.m. Last Show 3 p.m. OSBORNE 25c (Adult) PORTAGE: FURBT Mntinco 1 p.m. (General Slim Summerville n nd Zasu Pitts "Her First Mate" 'UNDERCOVER MAN' 9" ROSE ARLlNGTQI JOE K: BROWN In (Adult) THK GREAT" .lark Holt "When Stranjcerj A- PLAZA OAYffOR in "ADOBABLB" "COHEN'S AND KEU.TS IN TROUBLE" (Grrcrj.1) TONIGHT 3 DAYS ONLY! STANLEY LUPINO "KING OF THE RITZ" 25c JACK HOLT in 'When Strangers Marry Also SPENCER TRACY in "Face in the Sky Adults J3C Matin" and Bvcmnr _ _ A siiKitnaooK 4 Ce MAC S AND BI.UC.K_t9C Till-: Ml THK ;