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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQg EI'iHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST VAUDEVILLE Ruth's Aug. Rvrth hit his 39th dix-jct drive of the season at today. The fif'x ba'ier jj> in second In- "niiiB, Ruth htt EhmUfs first of- fi'ring-to the- right wall. ployed by the compioles cor- whhu does not have its own talellisenw department employs inch men." The Mloeo district produced last year about S.OOIVOW. tons vt coal Wrth alKiut flCODO.UOO xith the low of only six lives. uocprdlnK to J. St. mine Klflspecior for that district. Over (he Organiralion of AUJ niiumiaous in West Virginia Wiy Play.Up Prisoner Candidate in Presidential Election CHICAGO, Aug. "front cell' NO COMMUNION FOR WOMEN IN ATTIRE THA.T !S IMMODEST W1U.IAMSON. W. Va, Aug. V.TI induslnal.connicl is belns w between ralnp operators and leaders of the United Mlna Workers Ihe j (question whether el! the bituminous 1 [coal miners in West Virginia shall be j organized as union men. Tho miners' leaders also demand: that the scale of pay now !u use In campaign is planned by the Socialist the Kanawha field be adopted in the parly lor Kugene V. Its presldeu- Mlngo county bituminous fieM bere. tjal nominee, according to William M. Charles P. Keecey, president of, Keigcnbaum. director ot publicity for district number 17 of tho United f national campaign. Mr. Feigen- Aug. b Uiine Workers who is in command of I taorn said the parly intends to send Ifkely to be the-haaner province torcci explains liie sUm-lsoine socialist to Debs' pri- irwr as regards jleM Potion here by saying: j son at Atlanta every month. What "There are approximately Delis has to will then be .aistrib-l- organized miners in West Virginia atcd by the campaign committee. CARIFF, Wales. Aug. a British clergyman'has put his loot down against the prevailing fashions in women's dreis and re- fused to give communion to all women who -kneel'at the rail In attire which he may regard as Immodest. Father Joseph Parlin, celebrat- ing High Mass at Saint Ro- man Catholic Church here, Issued the following warning to his con- gregation: "I he said, "that lady members of my parish will not attempt to attire themsolves in some of the present day fash- ions. If any Immodestly dressed woman approaches .the altar for Holy Communion I shall refuse to' allow her partake of the Sacra- ment, passing her by as If sta did not then wore It on her bosom that at a fashionable dinner parly. The effect stuuplng, and Miss Pearson WM the cause of .Innumerable com- ments on her cleverness and the beauty of her Invention. Mil's Pearsqn will tomorrow In her latest photoplay, "The at the PhoenU theatre. The second is that the storr is one of its showing at the Colonial theatro on the most original and interesting that Friday and Saturday, we've lu many months, und the! Mr. is a favorite whose popularity grows with every nen pro- duction. He teemed to have reached his greatest height in "Marked Men." when lie topped the record with land Kid." "Now comes "Bullet MISS DANA SUPPORTED BY KENNETH HARLAN Kenneth Harlan, one of the haud- j somest leading men on the screen today, and who has the added dis- tinction of having served blB coun- try in plays opposite Viola Dana ID Lor latent starring vehicle, ".The Microbe." 'His part in Microbe" was. Mr: Harlan's first en- gagement after-his return from the front ,un an army transport. kcre. accbrdinf to tho report of Cap- T. S. Acbesou. general aErif.ul- tural agent o' -the Canadian Pacific {railway, who relumed from the west 1 today. I The yield per aero will run a- ten thouuiad Hollars. she does wliis- the love ''only provides.the one oi tho most entertaining Bubjects I Hfalrlce Burnham. Joe Harris, Kred Gamble, liob JIcKviisto sad Carey's well-known rotigli riders.. and. good lttractlons wm complete the show for tfinleht. Mr. Harlan won a host ot tdmirers CuPc'i'jn "A Madonna ot the In several screen productions as lead- ing man with Constance Talinadge and has supported other well known stare. In "The Microbe" he has ibe j fascinating roie of Witt Spense, the young author whose love goes Iout to a waif, of the gutters whom fie sescttea and who in turn .inspires i him to his greatest writings. I "The adapted to ths (screen by June Mathis, from Henry AUInms's clevers story in Ainslee's 'in hujljsls Is and, y lhe southerD part 125 per acre will be about Ihe average i UI ill! Soul hern Alberta. Cept. Acheson Ihus making Alberta's contribu- tion to the Canadian wheat market ,'fomr Vighiy million bushels. Harvesting throughout Manitoba 'tnd Alberla is 'well nuder way and then be general in both provinces :hy ns-it week, while in Saskatchewan work is a few days later, he said. and 35.000 who have not yet been j usuai touring will be taken care organized. These unorganized men of by geymour Stedman, of Chicago, are mostly in the counties of Mingo, i the Vice-iiresidential nominee. He is McDowell. Logan. Raleigh. Mercer stan the middle of this month tor Teias amj Oklahoma, finishing this s I Magazine, be shown at the Phoe- iili theatre tbilay only.. Star Is Again "Twc-Gun Man" Thrilling Picture of the Weil. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY HARRY CAREY 'IN' "BULLET PROOP' AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I The virile romance ot the west and.i the vigorous talea of the ouldoora will never grow stale' BO' long BB Harry Carey remains to depict ttiem on the 'screen. This bright star ot the Uni- versal films just finished another. of his smashing western btories, en- 1 titled ".Bullet which will hare In addition to the, special Harry j I The southwestern frontier In the j Carey feature at the Colonial theatre I of tbe state. The campaign to or- yje jatier part of August, and on olden, golden days is tho Fcene of j oh Friday night, Manager Ixm Brown saniie these miners is well under way [ir5t of September plans to begin j William S. Hart's new picture. "The will stage another of tho popular and we expect to have it completed before 'the snow Dies. "The men and the operators could get together and settle this thing if It were not for the mine guards. They a transcontinental lour ending In Chi- Toll Oate." It is. the first of the big cago two months ialcr. i productions made by Mr. Mart's own Two of ihe Socialists expelled his own s> Country Store Vodvil Nile fun feell- Special midsummer prizes will be given away, many new stunls will New York State As I Evening j NV-v.-s learns that the government' to- day c-nnddered- the Polish situation. Socialist strength, appears greatest in consin, 'New York, .Massachusetts, H- Unois,, and j Idaho. are paying them, while detectives aro on thii bonier between Slingo and McDowell counties' with rifles and machine guns. "What wouli happen if an attempt, were to operate tbe minfes here with non-union men? wouldn't llkff to say. 'But In their present temper, men are not to be fooled with. TFAI AMri TO Right now this situation Is a powder Nt.w mill. The nien have no complaint when the law Is enforced by the pro- per antliorities. But they will op- pose to the lasl. the use of private s'sembiy Mr released by Paramount Artcraft. be introduced, and laughs galore wll now out Kiaptess tncatreiwili -soisw u lor crown tho show. Patrons are advised i three days commencing today, i to. come early -on Friilay night. The A3 Black Dcering. the hero, Mr. j theatre is well ventilated and is cool Hart has tho role leader of a 1 and clean. One hundred fine prizes bandit band who is -betrayed by one i will be given awasj. of his ou'n men. He dashes away from i lotting 'he sheriffs ELSIE JANIS IN "A REGULAR posse after a series of u'jj.! sodes. he comes upon the lonely call- I Wis- in where tbe lives of his betrayer tor and i touched to the heart by ihe kindness GIRL" AT THE.COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT There is no doubt that "A Regular starring Elsio Janls. and prn- EMPRESS TODAY BALANCE OF THE WEEK No Advance Prices armies enlisted by the coal compari- Harry Olmsteafl, of the Coal Oper- ators' association ot Williamson, gave to REVISE TARIFF New Canadian at a lunch- eon to the British Trade Commission jot-thc innocent wife and her child, he senled .last evening at the Colonial gives himsell up t'b the law. But an j theatre, will win tho hearts of', the understanding sheriff allows him to j movie fans. The first reason js that depart over tha .-Mexican border to charming, vivacious "Els" is the star. freedom. "Tho Toll Gate1; is an impressive drama of self-sacrifice anil red-blood- ed Dianlioort as well as a glowing pic ers tecently. Premier Massey said the 1 lure of the West that has passed! New lariff would be revised I away. Mr. Hart is sainiorted by a cap- 1 next year, as many anomalies hadjahle company, headed by beautiful crept "in since its revision thirteen j Anna Xilsson. His remarkably intelli- I I gent Pinto pony figures prominently 1 of Iht "III on tha part i their field." said Mr QJm- stead, and then move on (n the lar- ger and more important fields of Mc- Wyoming. Mercer counties, adds, years URU Premier said 1m- j in the big scenes. Tim collahor- tbs ntwspaper in the slightest degree trnm llieir position regavtiing Poland.- 'Tbe BriLisVgovernment may haTo vhal mwea have not been t. anr] no piplosions and the lying coiiflltions in Ihe valloy arft "The Tlrildwin-Folts detertivc.'. about whom so rnnt'li. siro not employed to guard properly and 'n no sense are thc'y mine guards, In 'act there is not a niinfl guard in county. Thess men are NEW JEWEL FAD IS STARTED 1 MISS.PEARSON Virginia Pearson has discovered a new preparation for nreseirlng flow- ers which make a most excellent sub- stitute for jewelry. Miss' Pearson, in the course of read- ing an old -Italian novel, ran across the formula for a most potent which at the same time had great powers as a preservative. As she is intensely iotereated in flowers, Miss F'earsoii immediately thought of using this preservative .on soiae of her favorite blossoms. With the aid of a chemist, she hatl the. solution prepared! -Then she I a flower in it and" let It stay j overnight, The next morning ,t flower was crrsUlized. While it was still wet, Miss Pearson sprinklifl some gold tlusl over the blossoms and then glared it. in a room. When it was dried slip put a tiny piece o( court rosier beneath the flower and mmrn LAST TIME TONIGHT ELSIE JANIS in "A REGULAR GIRL" GalH "The Madonna of the Slums" "BUTTING IN ON BABY" "SCREEN MAGAZINE" COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA FRIDAY NIGHT Country Store FRIDAY SATURDAY Harrey Careyt ih "BULLETPROOF" Carey'H Latest Picture PHOE1X TONIGHT ONLY FASCINATING VIOLA DANA IM-T 1MCROBE" A Metro Quality Picture Viola Dana is the widoT of the late Dare Devil 'Locklear, who fell to his death in.a spectacular, nose- O'.ve from Ms plane at Los Angelea lasl Tuesday night AND STRAND COMEDY FRIDAY SATURDAY SEE- A Wo'ihan Deteata a Rascal: Who Seeks tq Dishonor HeV Xin- bom. phlld. HART '7HETOI1 GATE' A Paramount- Artcraft Picture With" Anna Q. Nilsson A two-gun frile of an outlaw who fought on thc sqmro. with rohhery. getaway, nhaeo' 'and .battle. Fired hy hamltls, renegade and poasse of dare-tleyil troopers. -Wiped clean by the love of a woman antl tbe tiny hands of a child. First of the splendid series of Will tarn S. Hart productions to he released to the public. Matlo by William S. Hart himself among the valleys and cliffs erf the great Southwest. Dolly Preston, the Great Favor He And Mr. Ben Dlx "THF HAR" iRILi A Vital Play of Love, Re- venge and a Mother's .StmgE and Sunshine Comedy. COMING NEXT MON.. TUES. AND WED. DEAN A DELIGHTFUL DRINK flood -all-year-rrfuml 'Irlnk caJiFi it's HO lastef'.iJ and exhilarating. It's n "good summer dritik si's an refreshing. It's sjiarklf'. its finappinea.n, ItB pleasing ilaror wlJ] win your ap- make the practice of asking litr il hi'liitual. At all fountains or by Uif direct from us. SIGNALLER TOM SKE.YHILL, nzao atiHier-poet, grea monssye Hitrlny 1h GETTING READY FOR ANOTHER STRIKE RAILROAD A full Jlne ot soil flavors. Tho suffnrlng public Is preparing for slrik ...................._.......__ oito occurs CTery hour. An Ingenious inventor Ija3 cijnvertod his into a K.It, bike, as shown In the aboTQ photOEraph. re's Music for Inihe Year's Greatest Production I Chautauqua brings an abundance of splendid music, vocal and instrumental in big all good. Your seasoirticket will bring you ten concerts dur- ing the week. Zedekr Symphonic Quintet One of Iho foremost orchestras on Iho Cli-'nUanqua platrorrn. llDatled by Xicolai.Zcdelcr, nolccl Swedish 'cellist, and featuring Helen 1'or- tuno, and Salvador Sala. Spanish Violin' 1st. sunclally In France, whore Tarly vu at anil Instrumental qnnrtct nf and (jnlortainmonl that will pli-aso .nnrl dtllght you. Headed by Ward Wallers, mauler Itnpcrfinrulor. Two Pilv. Prominent French violinist, with fii-llsts, Uahrlnlla Clans, (IrdmatlB Bopnino, and Frnrtces ncall, pinnist. Heal miiaiclanR, every one. Two Fifth Day. Fisk Jubilee Singers The fiimons qninlet from Klsk ratrjcl as Ihe best c.oloretl RlnRii in !hn Two OTganizaHoii Season Tickets on Sale at Higinbotharn's Drug Store, Jackson's Drug Store, Willis Piano Co., and F, H. Wilkins, Optician. Aug. 11- Pit iucf ion by ;