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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGKT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. AUGUST is, PHOTOPLAYS -Word received at the Mounted Police barracks, aboul four o'clock afternoon, from an what was be- lieved to be'an authentic, source, that Are 1 off, .the third bandit, had been captured In a box car at Gateway. S'upt. Pennefather trying to act confirmation when the Herald went to press. we hate been singling tor tor rs will not Wistied just to get into a mouths earlier. Labor a iwrfmly clear policy and ibere u'lll tiiverjence from it ou any grounds." K, llplrio. secretary of Itte tar- 6re- independent made an oftcul tbat no.definite tint at I'ommou policy was -derlileil upon yesterday and that there would another conference in October. fieo ijttle. (or Beautiful stated that the firmer inde- pendent group would ue a cohesive body lo tho legislature IrrasjieeliTO of the arttoEi of UM Coaserrativo labor VAUDEVILLE As ng its Labor and lnocpen 'dent's Do Not Get logethsr Aup. 'tn the legislature of Premier Norris. WARSAW, Aug. for continuance of the fighting In Pol and was today placed upon the Bus sian soviet government by Priuc Eugene Sapieah, Polisb foreign min Isler. in a telegram sent lo Sir Krii Dirumrnond. general secretary ol tbi League ot Nations. The foreign min isler'.1! telegram iras as follows: "As a member ol the League 'Nations the Polish gorernment think it is its duty to officially inlorui tn i league that the attitude ot the HUB sian soviet government has made of hostilities iitipossibie i-This is true, notwithstanding the lac that the Polish government's declara lion to the supreme council ou 'Jut emphasized its. desire tor peace said one "We recognize (hat an alliance tiveen' ttia Progressive Farmers anil Labor be the basis of future gov- ernment..but the Labor party has its principles and u'Ul atand by them." 'said W. D. Bayley, labor member for Assiniboia. ioclav. "At. Thursday's meeting no common b'asls ot was reached between the labor and tanner members. Labor will abso- lutely stand by Its jplittorm and ?rhat iment has nc member. ceased to do everything jwsslbie I he' conclude honorable peace, but d dines ail responribility for prolong; lion ot the war which entirely tali on the soviet government." MORE ARRESTS IN THE CHRISTOPHERS' CAS (CAMPAIGN AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS WILL BE AYAtiKl) IN ALTA. first o( these new comedies ic "The irocery Clerk." which will be shown at the Colonial on 'FrkUr and Satur- day next weftfc. A v-rotlr-ce wide cim- against is now jet- line under war bv provincial Jandits Failed To Get His Wad Connection to WatertorV Lakes tuxird of health.. It will begin with surrey, thn object of which will be 10 ascertain how rueny ot the disease, both incipient and Incurable. there are within ihe province. This survey will ba carried out mainly by. ihe public health who have already {iegun work in some ot the country rrUtrkU, It is thought that there between 1 ;00 and '.'.WO CAset of tuberculosis (From Our Own CorrwnonSent) P1NO1EF. CRKKK, Aug. The ran-- around here have simply done Alberu. and the survey about to be made by" the health board allow exactly the eittnt to which the dis case has gained a" foothold IP tho pro viuce. There will then follow an education- al campaign, tba detailed arrange- ments for which have not yet been decided upon. It is the lUJtbe benllh board, however, to have I Ibis part of the work well organized onders during the past three wee me month ago. no one would have; ared to suggest an average crop. >ow the situation ts changed nd everybody is congratulating bis efghbor on the bright prospect. Tim- thy is a fairly good crop and nearly II cut except what it being kept tor eed. Oats are a fine crop all headed ml and wheat looks fine. Cutting on In about 10 days. As 1 write a good rain Is falling, vhlc-h is Just what is wanted. We are sorry tn loose all our teach- irs in Ihe punlic school with the ei- iplion ot Miss Ball whom we all before the end ?f the year. COUNTRY STORE VODV1L NITE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Oue of the finest or :ne year's shova will be offeraS at Ihe Colonial theatre today nnd Saturday, be- ing a fine combination of. comedy, drama, orcheetral music and for to- night only. Country Store Vodril Nile. Bessie ttnrriscale In "A Woman Who exceptionally good feature attraction, will 'top the bUl. Miss Barrlscale Is firmly estab- lished In the hearts ot photoplay tani by sheer krilllauce o( her work, and In this picture ihe li aVJiiihtful. A special twoptrt comedy riot, 'My Salome will add inaay a laush to the bill, and with another laugh producer "A Pruill Town Lot er" with SSatel Normand In the lead will provide more fun. for tonight's Country Store Fun Nile big bunch of worth while prliei will be given away. A Bpeclxl matloee each day, with, a kiddles mitlnee on Saturday will hu given. oo'k on as one ot our own citizens, i modern FARM KNOWLEDGE THROUGH THE MOVIES pictures showing success. The new staff conies to us with ihe verr best' recommendations and we have no doubt the school will continue to progress. From the re- turns to band our pupils have done Terr well at recent eliminations. Ihe great majority having passed. acceptable scenarios. EMPRESS MONDAY TUESDAY Keturu engagement ot the great- est picture that ever was pre- sented in I-ethbridge. "HIS HOUSE IN ORDER" A Rhymed Rcviev.' By Ru'ssell Hclman One woman, outwardly a saint, Her husband's idol chaste and pure, Very sincere regret is? being iressed ut the death of the two police yet sullied with ;i secret taint officers in tbe serious shooting meeting death through its al- lure.' on Sunday last in the Pass. Corporal Baillie was 'ivell known In this town and district, his people ranching some rjlies west of here. He was Corporal Rajan when on leave and had only left lor Lethbrldge a tew days betore. Constable Usher was also well known here, being stationed In Pincher Creek last winter and was a general favorite. Our townsman H. Watson gives some interesting information Ths other woman, blithe and ibl'y month's after 1" :'jouud her (joitre noticea ing in size. About two m> commencing the treatment her i GOITRE .was gone, and sbe fpll so much lielter in general health as well, was able to treatment. GuSclvo has brought immediate re- lief to hundreds, who voluntary re- port their own cases in order that others may benefit from tbeir ciper- ieiice. Ask your druggist for a Gu- Solvo'liooklet today. H brings TOU true and testimonials KEGINA, Aug. addition arrests were made at Estevan Thnr surreodered blmseU and returned from a holiday. Both Jace'd imdcr ball as were all others It alleged-that-one lahmael Cynah ban made a statemont that will be used last. .He was on 'the Arain-goinp to last he Tras on trie train goinE to row, and their son Donald. Tho bandits' entered the coach by the opposite door to where Mr.- Watson was seated and lie had time to transfer a sum of mooer be carried in his inside pocket to hlB sock. TV-he a the -bandits reach- ed his seat, they pointed a revolver to his breast and demanded his money, at the same, time feeilng his pockets. Findin: no they., went ASilarks that Ftnp iti morning light; -wife, the pretty prey Ot serpent tongues that sought to blight Her happiness; disaster near. Came shining truth to lift the bar. House in here, With Klsle Ferguson the star, Ai tho Empress today and THE MIRACLE FINE MAN" Paramo-jnt-Artcraft Picture Great Story. by the crown in the prosecution. CLAIMS THIS MEANS PROHIBITION A FAILURE is not making great headway in Sweden judging from Qgurn.K of membership of the various temperance- Tacts about Go.Ue from your d lit net. tiona Which show that the orgautza Gu-Solvo Is sold in Lethbridgc by lions and societies lost last year orer J. D. Higlnbotham Co., Ltd. ten per cent or their maiabers. riBht on. -Mr. WaLsou> he did. not enjoy 'looking down thrt inuzzie of a loaded revolver and was 'mighty ;laS to get hack to. Pincher He has not yet started for Ihe Okan- agau. The ChauUuqua Is billed [or Thurs- day, The tent has not yet arrived 1Rost aVsorhin? dory is unfolded the lure. "The .Mtnicfe .w.hich will bei'thc attraction ai the Km the- next. This picture, George success by the same name, is declar- ed to he one of the really great screen dramas of limCE- The original story was written hy Frank L. Pacfc- which was adapted from Cohan's striking Rroadway BUTCHETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH 6EOR6E LOAME TUCKER'S productiori 7ha Mirj SHOWN AT USUAL PRICES but is expected tomorrow. A crowded attendance Is anticipated. The telephone crewa are on thpirl Thai'islot of "The Miracle Han" Job and expect to connect us with the I deals with tho moral transformation Waterton Lakes, Spring Ridge ;md 0[ a of VorV crooks under eries were Sfmc.lion'statntff your'stiver denotes tht the metal, so tKs- tsymbol', Wherever iifybetoktns the goodness of UNO, which ministers la health .and F.MA'c M. FRUIT SALT several other points. This will be a great convenience to the president and travelling public as the moat itlar route to the lakes is via Ptncher Creek. Ou Friday last seven MPRESC BETTER MEATS FOR BEEF LESS MONEY PORK, VEAL, MUTTON Just a Few of Our Bargains for Sat, Choice Roast Beef 20c Choice Veal Roast 2Sc Plate Beef'......., 15c lib. Packets 35c Shoulder Mutton 26c 3 Ib. Pail Swift's Lard, Legs Mutton 31c Pork Beef Sausages, NOTE THIS IS No. ONE STEER GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BEEP WITH THE STAMP ON ;JT. ,SPECIAL PRICES GIVEN TO FARM- ERS AND THRESHiN.G.'OUTFITS. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.. TODAY AND TOMORROW Usual Prices the lieneflrait influence of a deal and blind patriarch, who ts a healer of proven powers- Coining io him origin- f.tV the ifiea of making money j out of his gift, I'nese fonr produots of the metropolis' slinris are made rnirac- broughl beTore Magistrate H. Henfler- ulouslv to realize their-better selves. Eon, by acting sergeant Bruce of the Thomas Elinor Fair, It. C. Jl. P..lor breaches ot tie Fisri Act. All pleaded guilty and fined and warned that should they appear again n much more sev- ere sentence would be imposed. Compson. unit other screen players of unusual ability ioterpret the fascinat- ing story in a manner that leaves nothing to be desired. CANADA'S DEBT DECREASED DURING JULY apparent .decrease. ot no less than in the debt i of the Dominion .which at the end ot July stood at is shown in trie financial statement for the I" showin month of July today frprn the depart-1; ment of finance. Tbe figures are, lowerver, more apparent than real, his exceptionally good showing being due In a large measure to transference Trom the consolidated funds to Vin- reatinenls" of covering' loans to soldier settlers hy the settle- board. The debt Is still smaller by hut this Is again.due. In a measure lu a cbnnge in the charge of interest, which was largely re- sponsible for -A drop in expenditures for July to as compared with during July, Hxpenditures for the four months period to July 31 were ou consolidated fund as against In Expenditures on ihe capital ac- count side of ledger make a splendid showing and this is iilmosl entirely due to Ihe practical dis.lp. MILLION DOLLAR COMEDIAN COMING TO THE COLONIAL There ii a now million dollar edjan in the movies. He has been creating a riot everywhere, and nosv he is to become a regular fixture at the Colonial. Manager i.en Brown has signe'd exclusive contracts for the showing' at Itie Colonial duriaf the season of the Larry Semon comedies, fcalurlng Hemon, Vilagraph'a inimitable comedian. The Safe, Cortaln, Speedy Relief For Acid Indigestion. So callcrl nlomxch troubles, such as Indigestion. sourness, stomach- >che ;inil inability to retain food are in iirohaWy nine out of tert. evidence that secre- tion nl acid ts taking filaco in tho thin uu the pub to If debt. The demon- slrallnc, this statement show :i total war expenditure for the first four months of Ihe fi.ii a] ynr aa 1U7.W.S24. as only 071 for the same period (bis year. U. S. PEANUT CROP peanut crop this year will bo almost bus. larger thiin last year, according to the forecast of the Department (if i rffiliHure frr.m .Inly c.tjmlitious. The total crop is forecast at W.OOG.OOO ng. Alabama luivo busliC'lH. Georgia i'-lp and ;i lltllc more llj.-in bushels. WONDERFUL RECORD OF BELGIAN MINERS coal miners IVC almost reached pre-war produc- tion. Tlic output of the milieu fcir ihe mouth May. reached !' per (if the produc- tion for'May. 1913. amounting to I.- 737.0SG ;IK Kimparcd with l.niO.-