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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT THE I.ETKBRIDOE DAILY-HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST--2, K PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE i Alaska Planes Hop Off RUSSia MUSt MoVe TrOOpSj ,Wr Park For Or Rumania Will Mobilize! VIENNA Aug. 5.-Rurr.snlj has served an uHlmMum Russia giving the Soviets three days to withdraw their troops from territory, according to a Belgrade dispatch received here Rumania today. In the event of Russia's (allure will declare a general mobilization. to comply, It Is added. Flight to Prince George KOMOSTON' Aug. special dis- _af.-h 10 the Kdmoaton Journal from Jaipur says the lour American army i-rplnlli's making the flight from New York 10 Nome. Mi it o'clock !-Jiii headed Icr their nfxl place. I'riiuie 200 I miles disiuni. Tlif weather was clear i and the wind favorable. Whfu j ;i mile on the journey, plane- No. 1. at (Colonial theatre marks her first bow lu two years and efforts have, been spared to surrounJ Ihe popular'comedienne with a story well .calcinated to exploit her versa- tile True-to-Lifc Story" "A Hegular Girl" is to be one of tlie niosl entertaining photoplays aud Kdmunrt taken crop prOKiplly and urged Iheni-liovvii hy 1'ap'am htrtet in 'to make arrangements to hold li on of the ejpi'Jiiioi.. developed (arms orouerly stacked or in bins. I and hurriedly relurnod lo the i ____________ The three other DENVER STREET CARS j TIED 01' WITH STRIKE; leave later on this nilernonr. after! I making sure thai there will lie no rc-i of the trouble. There was r.o done to tlie Grass Advocate.) Max floss, a 27 year old KussSun a fugitive trom justice, was j Immediately started. Alsup took the souib- road while Price and Clark chose (he north road. Price recognlr.- DBXVKR. Colo.. Aug. a slreet car has been operated in Den- Car Shortage Not So Bankers Anxious for Good Transporlalion TOPEKA., Kans.. Aug. in- crease in the number of cars made available for the shipment of wheat to market is affording sonic relief to Kansas farmers in the problem of marketing their grain, according to state officials and linkers Interested 111 the :wheat movement. Although there are not yet enough cars to move all the wheat, and many cars promised tiy the Inter-state com- merce commission have, nol arrived, and railroad officials are rmable to give any definite assurance as to when they will arrive, the car shortage is not so desperate now as it has been in past years. Officials' of the state board of agri' culture estimate that there are still stored on Kansas 'farms hushels of la'st year's wheat crop, and an additional S.000.0110 bushels of last___ year's wheat in Kansas elevators. Turkish leailer iu Syria, to come perceptible movement of this "hold-tlo KasEia and take over command of over crop" is how reported by Iheithe Musselman divisions of'lbe sov- Slate'Board of Agriculture. There remains, however, the vastly greater problem of moving this year's ,er since 5 o'clock ibis morning when tie strike ot carmen employed by the Denver Tramway Company was call- ed. But one ot the electric iuierurbaa lines out of the city was operating. Eleven hundred carmen are affect- eil by the strike order. Decision to strike was reached at a meeting of tha carmen's union early Sunday morning, when the men voted 5S7 to in in favor of striking. The men are demanding ail increase in wages to 75 cents an hour. They are now set- ting 5S cents per hour. Company officials today announced that they 'esperled lo have the cars running on normal schedule by Tues- day morning. All union musicians In this city are on strike and movie theatres ran their pictures in silence. Bolshevik! Would Tie Up machine. captured Monday afternoon after ai i running fight by Deputy Sheriff Olh j J'- O.'Johnson Clark o! this plsce and Sheriff Price of Allany county, YVyolulng. Koss and his wile, and two chil- dren crossed into Canada about two weeks ago. Oil request ot American oilicers they were later arrested at Milk Uiver hy Canadian polite.- Ross was taken to Shelby by Price and reasons unknown was turned ioose. While in Jail ther'e lie in some man- ner secured a bottle of iodine and i tried to commit suicide by drinking .the contents, trut it did not prove fatal. Koss' tracks in the dust near the farm just west town, and started to track-him'.. Mrs- Johnson, a few minutes later, covered him in her' garden and noli- fied the officers. On tbelr approach President Savs He Has Double '.Money Needed to Pay Depositors All he arose from his hiding place and started to run toward the boundary line. The sheriff opened fire on .him but missed. Boarding Iheir; car they pursued him. He was soon over- taken and altempled to throw him- self in front of the automobile commit suicide. On slopping the auto he again slarted to run. with Clark a short .distance In the rear When the sheriff caught up with the I'pon his release he at once headed mau iie showed fishl, and tried lo for lhe Canadian boundary. He arriv- ed here, a few hours hefore lue offi- cers who had a warrant for his arrest. He ivas not located until the following day, and1 about 11 o'clock it was fair! that he broke out of the AIIR. Securities! Exchange Company, headed by Chus.! Ponzi. who alleged operations In for-! eign exchange are being investigated by the United States attorney. Daniel J. Gallagher and Attorney-General J. Allen of con- mT 1 W tl I tinned lodav tbe payment of notes Turk Nationalists thtae lnveE-lors preEented their! RERUN, Autj. Associated Hussian soviet govern.' ment has invited Djemal Pasha, fonn- at cropr variously estimated at to bushels, to the great milling and eiport centers, Bankers are Titally concerned in the wheat increment problem. Ac- cording to J. H. -Anspaugh. secretary of tlie Kansas State Banters' Associa- tion, hankers.have tied np in loaps on'crops which await market- ing. Many of these loans aro long overdue, and the prospects are that the amount.involved in crop loans will easily with the rip- eninp-of the present wheat crop. Sbriie; relief hns been obtained, Mr. the recent an- rbimcGHjeni'pf the federal reserve favored extension ol crou, Joans, and the fact that federal reserve banks had been authorized to accent wheat- p'a'per from member batiks or from other 'banks through correspondents. RaHroad'Ofliciaia have warned farm- ers of their inability to move the new detention house at, the Canadian im. migration oflice. by' crawling down through the toilet connected with the jail. Sheriff Alsup aud Sheriff Price ar- rived on the noon Irain from the. south with papers for his return (p Wyoming. The two of them were hot uuder the collar on discovering that had flown and a search was A THRILLING PICTURE AT THE EMPRESS TODAY ONLY, "liven As Kvo" Is'.'thb'1 of a young eirl whose father baa tafceu her Far front civilization BO that sfce can- forever because his jn money from would-be depositors- latch from Uucharc-t to. the Lokal p0nzl's prompt return .of funds to those who asked for them had the Tlie soviet anthciritieF: are saW to 'effect toward the end of last week of lave recognized the Indian revolution- j greatly, diminishing the number of iry committee as the legal Rov of India ami to have granted it a loan of one million gold roubles. Revolu- tionary committees in Turkey and China afco are being given liberal [Jnancial support. The Russian fleet on the Caspian Sea has been reinforc- ed, says thu report and concentration of troops on the Persian and Afghanis- tan, borders Is continuing. "DOPE SASKATOON SASKATOON', .Aug. charges (n connection with the drug traffic in Saskatoon were made today by G. M. Donald, chief of police, who declared that S. small number of con firmed morphine users are running a claimants, but there was "evidence to day of a sudden renewal of the desire to cash the notes he had issued, While his clerks were meeting these demands, returning the principal to those whoso ninety-day noles not matured, and keeping, it was said, to the promise to pay 50 inter- est on matured ufites, Ponzi himself issued a statement in denial of a pub- lished article by McMasters. his former in which McMasters expressed the belief that Ponzi was hopelessly insolvent and was paying out money to some de- positors at tbc expense'of others. "I have twice as'much money as will be said Ponzi, "to meet "dope school" in which young people'nny obligations Uint may be presented Alberta, Sas- katchewan and Manitoba Men in Calgary, Aug. 10-20 the pur- pose of bringing about, a more united effort among mine operators and ooa! dealers toward the stabilizing of tno coal Industry and a greater produc- tion from Alberta mines, Hon. J. L Cote, minister of .mines in the Al- berta government. Is calling a con- vention of the operators and dealers PHOENIX Mon., Tiies., and Wed. A Flaming o Grande The Coloiiial concert orchestra have a splendid orchestral concert In readi- ness for tonight. ienced after a depth of a thousand 'eot is reached, with ft gas pressure running from TOO feet per Inchj work- ing agaiust the Urih. It will be-In- teresting to kuuw what will be the result of the ivork that is now being :tone to 'muiV the wells in the notth which have run into a heavy, flow.of salt, water. "Pumps 'capable ot a pressure, ol 1000 pounds to the square inch drive clay and .water into tliese holes, stopping up the rock crevices through which the gas and water come, and more as a rule than an exception, Hie wella blow back and resemble vol- canoes. It may take a year to fill some them, but after that is done the drill goes through the mud and the casing Is'put down. Then otlj "RIO THE -ROMANCE OF THE BORDER A THRILLER AT "Rio the Edwin Carewe- ithe feature production on view at the Phoenix theatre for three days George F. Silver, alleged to be a lead The Friendly SmoKe v HERE comforting satisfying about "OLD CHyM" Tobacco; a sort of soothing restfulness that pipe smokers have come to associate this friendly smoke; "OLD .CHUM1' is an old, pipe smokers It lias the perfect tobacco mellow and men know that they'can with "OLD CHUM" all day long and that the "good night pipeful" will be as sweet and just after breakfast' For years and years "OLD Canada's favourite pipe tobacco and loday is more popular than ever. Today for t.M Last Time- Robert W.'- Chambers' Startling Story, Shining Barry" A- Drama -of Wiles, Strong In I.ove. Interest, .Thrills, 7 Crises, 'EVEN AS EVE' Love Armed Contlkts Out- door Thrills: Also Splendid Comedy, "Two, DoHars- Please" and Dolly Pres- ton Ben-' Dix In i Duets.- "Holy St It's a She a Mexican lass, dressed as a man, caught ty -a Texas Ranger. She hated those sie baled rtose on the other; side 1'ot the Rio Grande.-' A fiery moment put ot which' grew a border raid, :a romance and; a sensational surprise. By "all means see It! SNUB POLLARD COMEDY "SPEED TO SPARE" !'ELMO, THE FEARLESS" oth If, r i sun scorcnen utihunfc, LLIU iiiu Cote In view ot the serious situation rt jts lhe r. now prevailing ,-iml, likely to prevail i llills; tholr k; rornlj a 'jilg. Led.slihouet.e asain.t the TODAY AND TUESDAY plies, which are now at a low ebb as a result of the failure of the Amort- can mines tn meet the usual demand of Canadian consumers. Present coat shortages at the head of the lakes predict a more serious scarcity dllriuu ttm next few months, and it is realized'by Hie Alberta min watch the history of that romantic] land. Augustus Thomas' Etory of Grande" concerns itself with tne charming love affair of a certain brown-eyed Senorila on the Mexican side ot the Rio Grande.earid a 'bold and adventurous IrislvAtnerican jster of mines that the shortasesj sMe_ Roscniu'rv Thehy an.l have lo he met hy coal produced from j -for ing roles because ot thcir peculiar inability for the parts iinr! the rc- choson. JU-. Carewe staged the plc- wrote ahont. mines of this province. The general situation will be cussed from many Angles at the j' ual (liscusslon among coal -producers f anil retailers, thai definite steps will I ho planned whereby remedial action! may be taken to reduce to the lowest! possible minimum Ihe danger of a famine in fuel supplies next winter. ELSIE JANIS RETURNS TO PUBLIC IN NEW PHOTOPLAY "A REGULAR GIRL" Selziirck Picture Starring Famous Comedienne Presented at the Co- lonial Theatre on Wednesday- Many Surprise Situations in edy-Drama Made-to-Order for "Els' Tnkcn Ovei' For Further Development Work KUMOXTOX A of the tn panics at the time Jiovie fans will have thcir oppor- tunity lo sen how a "regular" girl be- haves when Selznic'k Pictures present Blsle Janis in "A Regular Olrl" at the: i Colonial thealrc on Wednesday. .lanls, tt wlil be remembered, forsook Ihe slage and all ils munificent earn- ings to overseas tn entertain her pals ol lhe A. K. F, Her appearance 18 Years of Goitre, Gu-Solvo Cured It BESSIE BARRISCALE In tin up-to-tliR-minute Western Comady-Orama with gnus, 'farmerettes and a cbwlioyutte mixed ia a scream of a situation. IWaGDNBCTTY" A rare combination of screams, laughs and doep chuckles, vritli suspense anil love. In Five Parts. ALSO.SNUB POLLARD COMEDY AND PATHE REVIEW 35o and ICc GREAT DOUBLE FEATURE SHOW WEDNESDAY AND.THURSDAY THIS WEEK FEATURE Elsie Janis oil more lhali hidf i ;j delude agn m.'O' havn thn drjub'ful in the -j Ynti to cure yniir Ooitrc rfon't of 1 you? If you tnnltl liiirl the way of cnniplPlcly tlrlviiiR it oiil of yoiir syKlrrn forever, bow RraleTiil yon woulrl be? A cllsrovcrcd "f seeing: 1m'........... ground which they started by n clover Monk and marketed o rig- oil at some future dale, undetermined finally by A very clever physician has as or m.iy have the salisfactlnn I prodnt-ed pome, of Ihfl yiost rcmarl of knowing Ihat if they had spent results ever reporied hy Goitre they.would have gnt This medicine la known as j nnihinr; in t-nd, Seven nf ihp.--e wuHn have j taken over hy the Impcrlul Oil (hi Is now :uid of the !Solvi) deriving ils nnme from its ac- itinn on tlie Cloilre. which the com- plelo dissolving of it. anil finally clear- Ing it out of. the blooil through the I ordinary elimination channels. It is I not an having been in use of thn j for j-Biirr.. Many Icallmonials from (orljiy. jyour (lislrn-l, nnd In from all over n: for 'develop- jlhe Oominkm written volnniiry by I hoy arf not now Igriilcfnl ponjile, tlie wurtli of Ihr. illrci-lors. wh i Knur cllier.s i ment work. i In an Inlereyiinf. salil Mr. Komi1 of these report Queen, hiive river n mil- i bavin? bnd (iullrc for as IOIIK as lion dollar? in AllnirUi now, and lhe. I elghlcen years nnd lieing eventually while {'neon] aging in some' re- j cured liy (iii'Solyo. hcsidea oMulnlnf: i gartls. has mil started ;my revenue heller hesllli llian ever liefore. 1 toivanld I lie I'ojnnniiy ns yet. Tbe Talk to your drngfiRl UVlay. lie will j presr-nl wcllii on ahidi we are work- IRlvr you n I'iii-Knlvr! booklut, j ing ;iro in the fonthills of the Rockies levery toitroua i.erson should i-rail. west of Calgary, and lie pro-1 (Mi Kolvo is sold in by j tut II longer fo sink .1 Co., hole lhan most jirople think. The Monk Chemical Limited "Xrarngadous diiiicnltles are oiner-j 43 Scott Street, Toronlo, Ont. "A Regular Girl" Jly Kninces Marion anil (loulillnK. Directed by James. Young Itldioj: barebadt, leaping from the trapeze, ihc clowns nndv honpinp 'em smiling Is till part of Kllzubolu's Bchcmn in the fastest, merriest romr.mje the screen lias known. Miss Jnnls' first, puljllc' npT'ciiraiiie In two A fcslivni of fun.' COME! FEATURE NUMBER WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY The World's Greatest Operatic 'Singer GALLI-CURC1 in "THE MADONNA OF THE SLUMS" Wiihoijt Question .the Ever .Offered' ;