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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST- -I, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE P.TTAWA. Aug. the new uiaica. trade agreement between Canada ar.d per Iftft. British West Indies made publii1: ijeiterday Hie British West Indies at- firm itnrro thitn and, HOME OF ORUIDIC..... RELIGION WILL CO UNDER THE HAMMER LONDON. Aug. o. Canadian 1'rvss.J The losvn of Beuuuiaria am! I-A portion of the Barou Kill es'.ale. ia- eluding some oce hundred farms and raull uoidiuip, will to uiidsr tbo liam hncr in October by insiructious glveo by jir Hichard WiilUu; Bulkelcy. Tfci. 1 Haron Hill estate extends lu nl'O'ji acres, in Ihe soulhvast of M-y and Straits. l bf pMscBscil such failh. i famous comedienne of the necessity niel the Kood woraau [of travelling. e, slaee ho lell his muther's found lhai good Is present in the most uoeipei'led places. The ot Black Deerins's dirlug jethcer will seen on Ihe screen at [tha Ktnpiess theatre Thursday and i Friday when Gals." William 8. Hurl's newest ii exhlbited- I I'mler the dlreclicM of Ilil graced tho screen. In uddilfoa to the lease ut the circus, uu entire railroad equipment v.-a? chartered for Ihu mak- ing of a scene. .The appear- ance !ot Elsie Janis in "A Regular Girl1' nnuis her first public appear- ance in iwo TVe world's most famous prinil Gaill Curd, nil) also ba seen at tho Colonial today and Thursday in tho dramatic geui, ''The Madonna ot the Uritish West indies which are now i Kloui-l'rcf.-rcnco ot mil less be seen the Brills; subject to dutv or which may he made i shilling a l.arrcl or bag ot 19', ami n, the (.huroh of subject to duty at anv fulurc- lime, i ls said lo be thai at. shell not at any time'bo: Spirits-Brandy, sin, rum, -whiskey. the castfot Barbados, Uriiish I unenuincrateO. potable il tested: 1're-1 of Arlhui-s KoumI Table. El; Guinea and Trinidad, more than fifty fercnce of mil less than --G a gallon per cent. 'of the strength of proof. the case of British Honduras, i Spirts, perfumed. unenuincratcJ.! tho Leeward Islands and the Wind-J potable, if no! tested: Preference of ward Islands, not more than f isly-zis (nol less Ibsn 2-6 uer liquid gallon. two-thirds 2-3) per cent. f AYIne. beer and nle. iliilv uut to ex- the case of Bermuda and Ja-' cetd four-fifths ot full rate. HITS AT EVANGELIST Spasmodic Work En Church Life Countt for Little Rov. Dr. A. C. Crews, head of the Methodist Sunday School publica- in the i'lsristian Guard- ian on "Methods of deprecates and practically condemns the- emotional erangelisl as u tem- porary effort without lasting re- aults. -He writes in part: "Sometimes a church work Itself up into a perfect ferer of earnestness and solicitude for tie lration of the people during tlie period of two or three that Ihe special services are in progress, a'nd the relapse into u condition of absolute indifference for the mainder of the year. can. never command IISATUDSOR Cells at Sandwich Hitd To Be Not So Bad "as Painted 00 BECAUSE EXPO wheat a op .15 cuarec grains iiuiur.li i.'.tc. g-jncnuiy j VIEWS OF CHINATOWN liromise well, the corn iron on which j 1N DANA PRODUCTION I dairying industry laraely depends, t Sonie nisbi I- Saxons at the -Siege "of Luinlon." inuth avcrago !n ,he Chinatown section of! J Itus >s duo.to the i-eM Los Anselcs .are luleresilns features j season and ovon u scorching hoi Aijs- "The Microbe." Viola Dana's !at-i list tould nol now mate crop. t est starring vehicle. -Miss Dana's I The iiBriuilUiral cdlio- of ihc Ulobd director, ilenry Olio, look the entire! s-ays today in part: company from tho studios to Iho Cilia-i i dry is iiio.lea 050 quarter ot Ihe southern I'alifor-i llhrouslJGiil Ontario to scvr- ;i l.iw.l-, ,lia cilv ,ho ja. I oinis grnin harvest from deslruction ,llales up Ercal balteries I and onuble farmers lo fatin-r in lho re.nnins of a uir hny imp. Hccenl wero ufccn with as great eas-3 i ccn-liiual rain ail.I i-nol winds :ar. [r i( I with in unraiMllrilc.'i labor Tnis 'appealing pic-lS haio seriously rearranged llie roil- ture drama fe lo he shown al the! work on H.o farm. Plmenii theatre on Thursdav only. "The of clnvor v.-as' ___________________' barely in the barn tho fair sown grain harvcft and the havius ol tim- othy caau- on together, abund- Ont.. jmltre cells at Windsor were so full of liootleggers, rum-ruuners uud oineri lesi Tiignl that tbe authorities Such a church; were compelled to send Borne of tho tha respect of'i defendants to Sandwich, Crown Atlor- the, thinVlng nRonlR o; the commuti- i Rcy J- H. Ilodd of this city is quoted ity, and its spasmodic work will: in an interview today as declaring count for lltUe. that "the situation is not so bad on "While .It would, pcrhaus. not. the whole. In fact, things are nincii fair to rule out tbe professional better- and they were nevcr'so had evangelist altogether, every f as they have been represented ;n the gatiOD should aim at doing its own.! Windsor and outside press.1' evangelistic work, thereby gaiuius j The crown attorney said, hou-ever. Ihe Joy of sinners to Christ! that there would be :i cocceniraleil 1'arm Products Manager Does Not See Eye to Eye With Mr. Kniglil A. Hamilton. nmnasEng direc.lor of SPECIAL Stlinicx. Pictures Pnsc.it ance of help the farmers in more fnv- .orod localities'might liaro been, able to care for hotlr crops successfully, but n'nder present circumstances It will be utterly Impossible. This week ELSIE JANIS.AND GALLI CURCI AT THE COUON1AL TODAY AND THURSDAY tlie hanestingof spring Farm Products Ltd takes so'1'iicrnh'sl nitli R_av Knight on tho question uf province. the which may be expected (or "The hay this fail. In-tn in form 1ms When Selzntek Pictures presents "A i Regular Girl" al tha 'Colonial today'j and Thursday wo f hall all gel unr I chance to welcome Elsie .Innis lo the rican footlights again, rasio has abroad iwo years leaching the Vatiks to sing their C'natau Thierrj' ero 13 no relief in m Uo marching songs in French and now of a 'bach to the 'laud' move- j js bMk provirg faitll. Mr. '.hlnli.s differently. Thu eastern Canada hay crop is, iiftiit liiis year, he says. The Praclier C'rpck. timothy crop is only fair. llemen in the state of Vvashinston are asking the government to place embargo on hay la keep what and securing greater permanencv of I effort lo clean up the roadhoases i r-'i'etl I" the slaw lliere for the cat- results." i which, lie admitted, undoubtedly l.ad j as there is not uncusli to FeeC been had lflc stock of the Ftate. Alfair- is I U was'learned here that the Unit-! 11" mmrkcV today i cd Stales and Canadian federal, ?32 Pcr "m al j viucial and state authorities have tad 1.- In splto o( ln''; (IcnleUon of tb" liij and decided as lo Hie ,ln. hunh ".here arc mujy jmijTc la lure of this concentrated action. j'An.fita, thsre viftre ten OBO. ivw.it.i siiowini; Ihe number of caltle in lae province in in l'nn SU'.OOO while in 1919 there were head. '.All-hay is lo put this year and that is another factor In favor of high prices. Cultini; and Flacking costs SS.50 to ?4.50 per ton. haling from to fo and hauling from 51.50 to 38. There, is pnifiit-ally no prairie hay sn'Uh, Hamilton contends. With.Ihe incrcnEe In.Ahe'freight j raica ivliK-h in. iilii'ly. tu'hio there I will be no far av.ay pra'i'rie hay lhai can be'shlppei! trv Southern Alberta and Southern Saskatchewan'thai canj b'e sold' for less than ?2o per ton. j The indications are that all thej lato gtain will ritit-.l and. at the cur-1 ent priqfis for Was Disabled By Twenty Pounds And Gets Rid of Trouble. "For two years I was uot able to do ft .stroke of work and ctmld only- lay around iind suffer, I had lost the use of my right arm and hand entirely and could not so much .as hold a pen T.I hriiti my own name-. yet today i can do PS good a o'cy's work as auy i man thirty years than myu-.-if. j 1 haven't felt finer or better or strong- er since I was a boy than I do today, and 1 give the entire credit for this Remarkable change in my condition to five bottles of .Tanlac." Surely z more remarkable tribute was never paid to any medicine than this simple straightforward statement. of the facts made by John Plailou, a .well-known' farmer of Trehcrno, Man- Itoba, to the Tanla'c representative i-e- tenlly. In describing what the meili- .cine did'for him, Mr. PTailon said: "For five years I didn't have "a irroriieiit. My tiouble started with acute indigestion. 'My food wonl'J ismir and 1 wouM get so full of gas as tu be. hardly able to breathe. 1 rare- ly ale meat and nothing could induce to cheese because I knew it nearly kill Thou I >nrl ere culling pain? nr-ross m. Inck t my that felt as if a ii'c was being sunk into mo. Hut the was jthrj worst ot all. The pain was awftil. 1'Oiy fingers and elliov.- joints wore so l.'tHiu and sorj that I could no" raisn hands to my head, and my knees j would acho and get so slift tbat I I I' could scarcely walk or bend over. Or.- oasionally I would have a pain shoal .IhrouEh my entire body Ihul felt llfcs in cliic.lric shock. I was lold that could he done for me and thai. should gradually get worse until 1 'wan helpleas. I spent over a thimeand dollars on medicines ond ;hut they fnlled lo dn me any porisl ;il LafI and.i had just abnui piven ui> in "Ihei: one rtnj- 1 rei.ii In lho iinjns '.miiio. lolling of the -j'-od done him. I made up my mlml in uy .it. Bii'l now 1 think it Ihp In Ihc world. I've talien five bottles of it altogether and I want to say (hat I haven't had a twinge nt Rheumatism since. All the stiffness and HorencK has gone out of my knees and I can walk along at a good call for any distance as good as an Stovel :mrl W. J. Tupper Are Government, i'ay, Hence Not Eligible Is Newspaper WINNIPEG, Aug. 4.- The Winnipeg Tribune says this afternoon: "Ineligible lo Lc members of the legislature because they hold office under the crown, John l.iber.'.l, and W. ,1. Tupiier. K.C Conservative, 'may be disallowed in (he Mani- toba assembly. "Furthermore, it is possible Unit their election may i-etider invalid the whole Winnipeg election." In giving ils reasons for thia reimt j the Tribune slates: "Mr. Slovcl is a member of IHe of Industry and as such, is entitled to a stluend for each day the council is in session. "Mr. Tunper Is a member of the commission on uniformity of laws. 02- ing one of the three Manitoba repre- Members of this body re- ceive no salary" but are provided hy law with legitimate expenses, while travelling, and when out ot t'neir home city." ENOCH ARDEN UP-TO-DATE1 VIENMA. of the E..L_'i ly crop in llsis part of tht: -A-orlil with Ihe'return ot prisoners of war from far countries. About tho time of ths armistice a Vienna woman received a telrgraiu frorr IrkutaK .caying her band alive there-. She drou- deud at the' ueferrsd A irlenil the band bul Ihe doliv- ei'ed to another man oC Ihe same name ill in Ihe latter married his] nuric an'd re- turned home few ago. He found his wife alive and well and now they are trying to straighten out tho situation. Extra Added Attraction The World's Aloyl Famous Priiim Lionna GAL.U CURCI "The Madonna of the Slums" A Dramatic Cameo 1 Children...03; Children.. l.on says: "This is my bc-st niid'Sununer You'll enjoy it." lells how ICIizaueth Sclmy- 1 Icr returns lo New York, not to rest from her war activities, but to take up the .completion of the battle [there. She must find her A. E. F. j pals jobs! And she Aom. wilh the aid of her fiance, a young ''disuliarg- j attorney, in a most unique way.! j Jlatt Moore plays "Lizzie's" ardent side-kick, and Robert .Lyton. her (lot-J i An entire circus was engaged for! i the production of several tot rhe im- I pprtant scenes, in "A Regular Girl." j The ctrcns made its stand in a huso i field- close lo Miss Janis' home in .iTarrylown, New York, relieving tha FRIDAY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE VODViL NITE AND HARRY CAREY IN "BULLET .'PROOF" PHOENIX TOMORROW ONLY FASCINATING, CAPTIVATING VIOLA DANA 'THE MICROBE" A Most Appciillue Metro Drams thsl gleans happiness from the dregs of life. A powerful play of intense emotions. Where the glittering gold of virtue Is found in A stirring struggle for the right to love. A rift'of sunshine .through life's mussed clouds. A delightfully humorous, whimsical and heart-appealing romance. Where appealing youth calls out lor happiness. Where humor minQles with pathos and (pathos with .happi- ness. Where a dainty maiden blos- soms like a Illy by the wayside. Where 3 rare flower of whit- est purity springs from the mud of the gutter. A dainty and lovable1 star In n play of endless Interest. Where genius seeks.its Inspir- ation from the gutters of a great city. In which a girl with a woman's heart offers the noblest sacri- fice. A story that dslves for life's jewels beneath the surface of society. v A story of pulsing life with a star of unfailinff-dcllght.- A romance 'that reaches the play of real appeal. MOTHER! "California Syrup' of Figs" Child's Best Laxative yraEii. H will! Pinto Pony Appears With Famous Sta.' in Story of Bandit's Re- turn to Faith. be worth much in-jre threshed than for hay. There you have both sides of the blory. Take your iik-k.' Black Dcerinr. erstwhile bandit.1 -----------------.---------_ [killer and fearless liold-up ui.in of Ihe Dr. James t'lUhorrmv. Cardiff, firwt: southwestern (ouutry. jit a time Itomaii Caiiiollc Aivliblshop of Wales, i ho hcd romo to the conclusion thai retiring, uwin appointed lo ill-heallh, He M'as! there v.aa no cood in hunmnty, found jhis faith or, rallicr. dlacov- Nctv Chairnian of Commerce lioartl Hays Connicfilion Makes K So WINNII'KC, AUK. inaml and rniuti'-tfliDii prevent prod- Iccrlns In I'apl. U'llllC. c-hicf inspctlor of Ihe Hoaril of C.O'.n- werao. Ottawa, slated loduy. Cooporaiifju wonlil do. away wilh" mlsundcrslriiidhn; and remove antus- to tho lifwril of commerce and I :body. I can nsc both arms and hands I hoard of trade, said While ;3fid Iho-paina in ray hack have also! The chief rommls.sior.cr and Com- .disappeared. now enjoy a good meal; j missloners Arland and 0 A my food agrees with mo and 1 have i Dillon are vlc-llius; lho ot lho twenty pounds in weight. H Is t weal lo Investigate ench cases aa may lie presented lo them in which profiteering Is suspected and also to get-into touch with, trade gentirnliy and to establish co-operation with re tail mercltnnli' associations, Cana dliin maniifactnrcrs' associations. iiierclianls' ajsocinlions. and t'rtlled- Farmers' associations in lho various the western prov- incerf. The board will Icavu touinlil foi ifully a year since. I took my last dose iflf Taiilac..bnt I have bosn in perfect [condition air.that lima and able sb no wonder 1 .entnusiaslic about Timlac sml Jiejsflilc. -.63 recpmrnehd and it to fevorybfidy." Tanlac fsV hy lUohn HlginBothi'm k Co.; In .f.'ozl- Iftitirst Dluuionil loiy. and tn Warner by Mrs. .V. Dcr- Ifck.-'-A'Jverlfsenieni. COSTUMES AT A FRENCH RACE MEETING oT rostunibs svorti at tho Paris races, on I You'll clutch your scat y.-bsn you ECC th5 wild-riding double-barrelled raid! Grande'' will ihrill you. By all means see III Accept "CiiN'fornia" Syrup of Tigs for Iho name California the peckagfi. thvn yon arc suro is having UIQ best aisr] tncs! for (he little yloiiincli, liver