Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EKiHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1925 MQTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Makes Charge Against Present and (he. Olive Branch NEWMARKET. Ont, Aug. neod of a representative parliament and a Tuiclstry was tlie sublect of aii address delivered hero Saturday ty L. Mackenzie King, leader of the opposition, in the house ol commons. The occasion was a i-m enl .njcnic'held under the ausinr.ui oi the North York Heforca assotiii tip asriraltural park, and the: first series of meetings Iii the intersiis .of the Liberal Svhich vs'ill be helii in North York and throughout the province. Hodolphe l.eniicux and Sii Alan Ayleswofth were the other speak crs. s Asserting that the most important question at the present, time is the right of the people to govern them- solves through a representative par- liament and re'sixuiclble ministers, tlie LiberaMeailer triads a demand .for, au immediate general eSecUou ;.tne grotiad that either the government is an administration, in which event it ought to'get theVpurbval ol the pc-onle. or lhai.it Is an rjlu ministratlou. in which event it. has long, exhausted its Dlah'.latti and has lost its original complexion and per- sonnel. Mr. Lenileui spote at length of the olive hratich held out by Premier Meighen to the Libprals ol Qnebec QacITec thank :him very inuch for his language and hope-tha: his his hut sboula. Quebec IJn'eralg throw in their, lot with" the KngHsh-spcakins Liberals instead of I.am very'much afraid i would, be .vastly different sentiments he'wpuld 'said Mr.. Lenileui ee Al SportJOjrgamzalions' at v Henderson Park ..l Unless the.L. A. A. A.; should as the city conncil -to continue the'leas for another.year..liie city w.ill, befor .Sept. give three inonth.s" nolle caricelliug the lease on Kckslnrnt par] the: niecca of .the 'liaseba anij: football' fans .of: the city. Th was "decided at the regular meetiu the city lilorning af .was the only.Hem of business outsit the. regular'ronline. The members, of the cominlssio hope that the various sport organiz tlons In the clly'afiilialed with the A.A'.A.'. are'now'.well enough establis ,cd to bB able to niovo their playii gruunda to. Henderson Park. Tho no grounds' thero and Adams Park w he the'playg'ronnds'neit year.' A starL in fixing up .the HenderaoVi Park alh- letic will he..mane in the' spring- IfXtbe tiirf will allow.. The .nport :gfbiihds there are being seeded flown Uhis .slimmer.' Thel'.conncil also .ordered paid1 the riusrte'rly'.payment of ?1727 for wi- WOMEN AMONGST THE HARVESTERS WINNIPEG, Aug. of harvtst hands from the maritime provinces Into Winnipeg on'their 'way to the western prairies will reach its crest Tuesday, when it is estimated by railroad officials, 4500 workers will reach the city. Of this number 260 are wsmen. It is expected that will be the total to arrive In the next few days from Eastern Canada. Vas One of (he Mainstays of Large Family, Bereft of Father's Support I From Our Own ConyspoJiacnt) KBRNIE. Aug. .John -ughes, the hoy so badly rushed while oh the tipple l Coal Creek a days ago, having ad fourVibs broken, a broken collar one and compound fracture ol one is progressing as well as could e expected with GO many serious and ainful Injuries to contend with. This young boy-, is-tlie oldest of a amity ot eight .children, who were c-rcft of their father last fall through long Illness from tuberculosis. The mother and Johnnie were ole supporters of tiie large family. Dr. Asselstine stales that the hoy has n eveu thauce-for his life, and every ne hopes to see him come through is-severe trial successfully. 5Ir. E. II. Winn, and Dr. A. B. Hall, C .the Workmen's Compensation Board were in' town last iilgut, and et a numbervof tae claimants under lie Act. Dr.' Hall also visited the Fernie llospital'in company "with the Dsident doctors and maderan Inspec- the place., Dr. liali seemed to e'well pleased with the conditions he ound there. Switching the Lead in the Big Baseball Leagues YORK. -Aup. upheaval in buth iiiujor league stamlings t the present rate of play o[ the lead- teams. Brooklyn ami Nationals and the.'Clevc- and aud Xew -York Americans Eire osins ground, the New York and 'itisburg Nationals iiml Chicago _ Am- :ricutis are proceeding at a pace'thal ntnuises a bailie .royal iu both leu- tues. Brooklyn held on to first place in he National league yesterday only >Y .iitmimsteriug the lirsi dVfcat Pitts- iurg suffered in seven games. 13rook- yn's pitchers were carried 'through the heavy of.. ttieliv team- mates In last'w. Cihciuiiati failed in ew York series but succeeded in ink- ug th'ree games out of fpu'r from'tlie ail-end Philadelphia's. York climbed hack Into1 third place yesler- Daniel pecfcer, a.'deajt mule, ot Denver, got a' divorce from his wife because "she nagged him oil her REGINA, Aug. Canad- ian thtre any connec- tion betweeh-thc extension in the West of rural telephone lines arid the alleged decrease m rainfall? This question.Is raised Jn a leUer .from G. W.'.BootH, of. Seaman's, .Leader.'1-Mr. Booth writes as "There Is considerable1 comment 'on 'the m rainfall', throughout the each year seems a little drier. "1 have betn a resident of the Seamahs district for ;fourteen years and know that severe, elec- tric storms are very rare.of late years, whiTst in the "early days we used to, get'every yejar a number of heavy rainfalls accompanied with, severe electrical 'disturb- ances-' "There is, 1 believe, a possibil- ity electric wiripg and ding Is doing much to lessen "dis- turbances In instance read Professor Dorfd on letting electricity escape from ground to through his lightning rods, and also Ma 'remarks on ground- Ings. "1 'remember, one close violent display of lightning or thunder near our home since 1512 our first rural; line was built. It be Interesting to know if .theVe is anything Tn CHARGES HAD HALF MILLION TO SPEND IN PROPAGANDA LONDON, Aug. Even- Ing Standard claims documentary evidence that a Sinn Fein; con- gress In June authorized Eammon De Valera, "president of the to expend "in connection with the campaign for the presidency of the1 United States." One million dollars In expenditure by De was authorized to obtain recognition .of the Irish republic, the news- paper declares. no. mote tbecXs ot Cbarles Ponzl or bis iigeuts. The petition alleges that 1'ouzi is insolvent aud.that abtfut July 15, he irausferred a portion ot his" assets to one Charles ilolfmau. a creditor to sive him preference over oth- creditors." The amount transferred GREAT FIGHT IN "THIRD WOMAN" AT COLONIAL-TODAY I Furious Man of Mixed Blood Reven- ge! Self Upon Rascal Who Dlvulg- t ed Birth Secret The TLird Woman" which starts at tte Colonial today for ail engage- .niSut'ot two Jays Is an eiccptiooal to lloDuiaii is.said iu the- petition ,n man, waj-8 Us htgtl point Ihe'tnily'woiiilerful'Cght wltich It .presents between a young society man Near St. Louis, a Missouri Pacific !who has a strain'ot Indian blood, and engine crew were horrified to piaa" of'the plains some an IS-nionths-old child on the rails' ahead o: them. V. C. Walker, who was riding on the engine cab, nlhnbed uu't on the footboard, grabbed the little one and tossed her Into a ditch. Site was only slightly bruised. PICTORIAL SENGATION "ARfc YOU LEGALLY AT: COLONIAL WED. AND 'THURS. OF WEEK Will Enable- Farmers There to day by defeating Chicago. The Xcw Dq Some Fail York pitchers wcro invincible last Raeoronirc Filler! veek until Chicago batted Xc-ht out! nebenoiii rmiu of the boi Saturday, breaking New) York's winning streak of-sis' Barnes.', Water will be How ins in the ditches Boston, also is getting good pitching jot tho Taber irrigation extension pro- but is handicapped by light bitting. before end of August, For fire solid weeks, Graumau's Million Dollar Theatre in Los An- geles presented Jbe pictorial sensation "Are You I-egaliy Married to crowds ;hat packed the theatre to the doors. For four weeks at the Strand theatre, New York, the same story was repeat- ed, and between the extreme west and the extreme east in practically every city the United States. "Are You legally has created a sen- St. Louis was unable to turn its nuhi- erons hits into runs. In the Acini-lean league Cleveland was forced to call frequently on to Sam G. Porter, superin- tendent bt the C.r.li. l.eihbridse ir- rigation block. "Tiie contract should been fin- said Sir. rivals, New York. gers could do-little against the Chica- "Thfr elnw ]11 BOnie ___ The yankee was flayed in completing go pitchers. dropuingTthreeBpmeYoutj'1'5 He..is pulling the finishing of four, and were lieM even bv Detroit ils EOOI! j u.., nc l yesterday B shutout. Chicago including 'ouud a more opponent in Boston, winning by a.bne-i'uu margin Friday and breaking-even on the ser- ies by winning Saturday. ,st. Louis went into ;fourth'. place by outplaying Wasliingloii'after-splitting'four games with Philadelphia. in Field Thorough Test for .Possibilities of' Oil in the Cartlston V Field .i the ilitches are renily we will ba able to deliver the water. "There will .be EOnie fall irrigation done by the Taber farmers in prepara- tion for next year. We are not charg- ing the farmers for the but will let them.have it in order that they may get a start at putting water on their land." Since the heavy rains early in July the farmers to the Coaldale district have not been.Busing irrigation water so. heavily with'tie result that' the reservoirs will supply the 'Taber project'have, been filling up jrapidly with the waste water. .These reservo'lrs 'Stafford reservoir, v.'hicb holds acre feet'and-the Chin- Butte .reservoir, holding acre feet.: These will be to thb top: by the thiie'liie ditches .are'iready to carry1 the w'atcr frora'tliehi.on to time before deeply-wronged tne other. In this Hoborlsoh-Cole Superior pkture the central Character is Luke llalllday, a-youny.man wliose iuotber woa'au ibdlau.'tut who never has known this fact. At very hour he lias .teen graduated with aonors from ah Eastern college, and is about to become: engaged to a neantiful society girl tuere iriTades his father's house a sinister- man of- 1 ho an unscrupulous scoun- drel, seeking to capiullze the secret of which Uu.is iwssessed. In demaudliig money from the elder llalllday, as the price ol silence, lie speaks so loudly that- Luke Halli- day hears. "He rushes Iu and de- mands tho (ruth from 'his falher. His father admits tlie secret. "Scar" .Nor- ton, .the: jblackmailer, slinks away. Bui mouths later, after Luke has left his own people to go .lack to the picture seeing another sids a rare'personality.- Her latest picture. "His Wife's is laid and Miss Ualton plays a titled, woman of, the urlst'JCi-acy. Some distuuL-i.' from tiu western dance liall roles, or the.Parix Ian' umlerworld type she jortraye'd iu her last picture. Whatever she she fioes well, and -you'll enjoy this one. It's ;i mystery story ot .rare quality, one hf.t'll keep you guesBiug clear to tht nd. i It's a t'araniouut-Artcraft, vr'hlfl leans, as you know from the ads. in our favorite magazine, the higher) tiality of stars, BtorloB and prodni- lon. We're showing It todajrand tomor ow. Come and hrlng your friends. ?here splendid array of lomedy and-IJolly Preston aud Den DIx. satiou. Xow the picture conies to the onlal Theatre here on Wednesday anil Thursday this week, for the first time in any theatre iu Westetu Canada. Priests of the Homan Catholic church have read the play. Cfergymen of the Episcopal churcb have stbdled it. Ministers of the Baptist, Presbyter- ian, Methodist, Congregational and Christian churches-have analyzed it. j It abb i so! the synagogue have ex- amined it.' The concensus of tljelr opinion is: "We will advocate the.picture produc- tion from, our "pulpits, thlit the public; may witness it's -.presentation. "Are You Legally is not a relig- ious-pla'y by -any means, or a sermon is ahsolutely non-sectarian, hut it Is a play with a striking plot of to- day, no. .moral, Imt a problem that needs to ce niet-ahd'faceil by the people." Manager. Lon Brown stated today that in order to meet the insistent de- ,mand for a special showing of the pic- ture to ladies of the city, he will give a special matinee on' Wednesday after- noon for ladies.. The evening perform- ances w'Hl be'given each night at 7 and 9 sharp.' Indians, and realized that he cannot with them in .happiness, he finds "Scar" Norton. Then takes place the remarkable -fight which is the pic- ture's feature. Scenes in ..a society ntmosphere during; the earlier part ot the film tend.to round It oul, and prevent il from being In auy sense a "Western picture." Dorothy Dalton in Leading Role in Wife's Filmerf From 1 Popular Novel by Thomas K. IncV ''AT EMPRESS TODAY-TOMORROW Versatility Is-' Dorothy greatest' asset. She pever twice in the' same kind-of role. S every time you seo a Dorotln- Dalto: v ton' appear .So. next year" be drill in the: Boston-Alberta a9res the cl'P.R. IxjthbrWse well amith of L'ardston is now pound-ifrrisa'io.n maKing about: :ng away at the 2SOO foot depth." saidjOOO which ifill-be actually wat- Howard-Cutler, field manager of theiercd in 1021. company today. "We are still in the Beaton shales and expect to have to go some hundred feet before wo are out of them. This is. the deepest well ever drilled in this field, but we .hare tho string of tools to. go consid- ftrably ,Wc are going to give the field a thorough test." -Mr. Cutler, accomuanlcd by Mrs. utler, is in tho city today having rought in P. J. Daley, 'Justin ey and Louis De Jonge, all of Bos- .capitalists who' have invested heir money In .putting down the hole hich Ihey believe will nrWe definite- whether there Is oil in the deeper evels in Southern Alberta, At Pratt, Kaheas, Herb. LHly, who confessed to. the killing of a woman, was giveu a'-life sentence after a trial which lasted only twenty rain John Zieler. 21 years old. was rownetl in nn old swimming hole near Niagara Kalis, Unt. BOSTON, Aug. .Involuntary i petition in bankruptcy was liffiil as-1 ainst Cliarles thft, 'fesleral court today. The-petition was. filed''by Charles Cantwcll, James Ferriald ami f Harry Farrell, who held notes totalling v V-V." Dank Coniniiseiuner Allen aiinoiuu-- ed this afternoon lie had ordered] the Hanover Trust Company to" pay Your last AJ'TH.E COLONIAL AND THURSDAY THIS Wt_EK TO OBTAIN A SEASON TICKET GET1TTODAY Tomorrow May Be Too Late' ON SALE AT Higinbotbiim's Driu; Slorc, Jackson's Drug Store, Willis Piano Coi, F. H. Wiiicins, Optician People's Drug Store, IS.th'St. N. Reserved Seats May Be Se- cured at F, H. Wiikins' Office. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Tremendous fnoments in this.picturc will loom up in your memory for years to murder in the mosque, the dash the Arabian Black Horse Troop across the the fight in the streets of Stamboul, the dagger duel in the sheik's harem. slave jrirls, turas, baltlss. Bedouins, Turks, camels, sheiks, Mis. in triis gorgeous, nn-s- taioiis romance- Now play- CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST llth to 17th PttWudiopdeUoo; TODBROWNIKti the Enormous'toost of securing this production, the Phoenix will make NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. COME EARLY EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW Jf PRICES DORPTHY DALTOR "HIS-WIFE'S FRIEND" Think yon could bo a detective.? Solve this! A neglected wife', surpris- ed with her lover! Next day, the hus- band's body found at the bottom 'of a lake.'A' note that.threatened sulclile. A Chinese spy, a Mack-mailing English lord, a strange drug, a game ot cHess for-human and an amazing, tangle of vivid oil the .screen., Was it suicide'or murder? If mur- der, who iras'. Yon nre chal- lenged to s'eq "Ills Wife's Friend" and o answer before the picture eiuts. Also Fox-Sunshine 2-Act Comedy EXTRA! EXTRA! Miss Doljy Preston Ben Dix In Duett..- T6DAY TUESDAY Carlyle Blackwell, "Louise Lovely And An All-Star .Oast in the Powerful Drama "THE THIRD WOMAN" Here is nn unusual' picture, grip- ping iii-it's dramatic- intenslly. You'll enjoy every -scene of it. ADDED ATTRACTIONS SNUB POLLARfVCOJVJEOY and LATEST PATHE NEWS COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Coming Wed. Thurs. This Week Ilramailc ThnnrlerhoH "Are You legally A 1'iotorlal Sensation in 7 Acts. It-made t'03 Angeles Now York It ivtll make, you gosy. Watch and Walt for II ninl Don't Miss It.