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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE ElfiHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST M, PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Premier Drury Says Onlario Police Force To-Be Reor- ganized to Meet the Situation do the best we could with condition) wp found." Xelscm Parliament, speaker of the Ontario legislature, presided. Has Either Made Way Across Line Or is Hiding Near MicheS SANDBANKS, Ont., Auj. 14.- De- nl-ht lore persons attending a U. F.j O. picnic this afternoon, Hon. i.. C. regarding the whereabouts of Alex Xreloff, the remaiuing train robber. The report that he had been arrested at or near Gateway, turnj out to be without foundation as has all other reports and rumors as to his location. The opinion seems to be Drury ,premler Important announcement regarding future enforcement of the Ontario Temperance Act. He declared that In order to meet the- situation which has been _____ ._ _. upon Uie government so suddenly here that Arelotf hag either re-organization and renovation of the- made his way across the boundary or proYincIal police force was being ua-' dertaken. Further the government was putting an end to dual control of the enforcement of the Ontario Tem- perance Act. "Out of these two things we espect to reasonably enforce the law until the plebiscite Is he said. "As long as any citizen can jrou have Innumerable Sobtl egging." Under the present coadldons it is impossible to have an enforce- able law, declared the premier. "We do not take hold of it and limit the amount that may he Imported because Ve are by no means sure of our ground. "We are by no means sure that it would not be regarded as inter- ference with the rights of Inter-pro- Vincial trade and we consider it might be the Eubject of prolonged litigation. At the time of the last session of the Ontario legislature we had every rea- son to believe that the Dominion gov- ernment would give the vote on the question In October, and that being the caso It was sound public policy to 4s slili in hiding in the vicinity of Michel.. When' this morning just tie- fore his departure on a speeder to- wards Inspector Carpenter stated to The Herald reporter that .there had been no developments dur- tha "night.1 Detective Webber of order liquori Lcthbridge went to Coleman last night centres for !s expected back here today. Con- stables' McLeod and Stewart of the C. P. R. contingent are going further west this roorniug. The increasing of (the vigilance upon the part of the whole force In the watch. being kept to the west would Indicate tbat tbe searchers think their man has worked his way past Ferrtie, but this is only a deduc- tion from what is seen here. Near Pittshurg, Fred Mutzler was swimming in a pond and got stuck in the mud at the bottom..A friend who was looking on went to his aid and both were drowued. The bodies were found nearly up to their necks In slimy muck. MOVIE STARS IN ENGLAND Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford (Mis. Fairbanks! are here shown acknowledging the greetings of a huge gathering IB the streets of London. England. LONDON, Aug. Russian army is continuing its drive-to Uie north ol Warsaw and has closely ap- proached the river Vkra, an affluent of tbe Bug, vrlrich joins that river close to its confluence with the Vis- tula, it is shown "in. Frfday's official statement from Moscow, received to- day. The statement reads: "In the Sarny region we occupied the village of Bezhan. "Our troops, advancing -toward the river Ykra, have reached points 14 miles cast of that river. We have captured Wen'grow miles north- east of Warsaw) and Luko (50 miles southeast of After the oc- cupation of Wyfizkotr (26 miles north- THE UNIVERSITT ON WHEELS east of we have advanced to the west, south and southeast. "Iu the region of Vladiralr-Volyuski, (on the southern front near the Ga- Hclau are continuing to advance. "lu Ihe Crimean sector, in the Irak-1 hoff region, our cavalry is Dercely en- gaged with considerable enemy. for- ces." Soviet for Warsaw BERLIN, headquar- ters of tiie LEw- soviet government which the Russians have established In the occupied parts of Poland will be p-.oved.to Warsaw when is captured by. the soviet forces, ac- cording to a dispatch from Prostken, East Prussia. (By Canadian fress) of the strin- gent measures applied by Uolshevlst organizations to curtail loafing among the working passes In Soviet Russia is contained in an account published in the London Times of a recent trial at Tula, conducted by tho chief rail- tribunal in connection with the "criminaj" fall In production at ihe Tula railway works. Tne- commissars, administration, and workers were accused, tbe Indict- ment disclosing a "heavy picture of loafing, criminal carelessness, inat- tention and cognizant 'bacon Those guilty of taking days off for the purpose of speculation, the Times says, were sentenced to ten years forced labor. A militiaman who slept at his post was sentenced to eight years; Tho commissars and adminis- tration; for fall In production, were sentenced to Ihree years hard labor, while the remainder were sentenced to hard labor without Imprisonment. The liorovitch-Dolshevist organiza- tion have decided to send to :i con- centration camp of who have not participated in tha "Working a Times patch from Moscow says. Hailed As Picture Of Unusual Merit New Paramout-Artcraft Film Has Most Powerful Heart Appeal. AT THE EMPRESS ON MONDAY Sir J. J. Thompson, scientist. Bays the atomic energy In an ounce' of chlorjne equals the work required Ic keep the .Maurclahia going full for e br. Cbua'5 Oiatmeut llc mother dsr enefow 2e. HIGH COST OF FLYING TOOK A NOSE DIVE LOS high cost of flying went into a nose give hera when managers of the principal com- mercial flying fields announced a 100 per cent reduction in the price of air- plane rides. Tourists to Southern California with an amhition to rise above other persons have ;been paying for flights of short duration. The new price is per' person. Passenger flight prices will ba con- Inued to be' reduced until they are ower than taxlcab fares, C. S. Elfelt, manager of one of the companies, has declared. A Smooth skin 'in any j Wash well in warm water Ufcing absolutely pure soap: j BabyY Own Soap 'Hailed by critics as one of the great- est motion pictures ever produced, the Paramount-Arteratl feature, "The Mir- acle Mai" will be displayed at the Empress theatre on Monday and.Tues- .day Is the'screeii version of; George M. Cohan's play that scored 'so emphatically on Broadway some 1 -months- ago, which1 In turn was j i based on Frank L. Packard's famous j I novel. -Xo picture in recent mouths j jhas had so much, praise lavished upon ft for the dramatic 'quality of its story, its keen characterization, and beauti. ftil photography. Tho.story of "The Miracle Mrvn" 'centers around an old patriarch of the hills who has gained a reputation for his power to heal the sick and crip- i pled. To him come a baud of unscrup- ulous crooks from the slums of New Burke, lucir leader; Rose, i The Frog, and Tha, have j conceived tho scheme of capitalizing tbe healer's gift and taking the mouey for themselves. What follows is one of the most ab- sorbing" stories ever unfolded oil the screen. In of such talented plr.yors as.Thomas Melghan, Elinor. Fair, Betty 'Coin pson, I.on Chaney, aud "W. LawEon Butt, tho development of: the chief characters under the Influ- ence of the deaf and blind patriarch is portrayed with admirable skill. Today for the last time, Elsie Fer- guson In "His House in one of tile finest pictures she has over produced. If you lutss It you'll he soro. dry carefully. la Sle interest of your skin, me Baby'sOwnSoap. "Balfcr Bui for GOING OR COMING There's no two ways about the trained man "brings home the bacon." Don't your training now. FALL TERM OPENING Day Sept. 1st- Nlgh't School Sept. 2nd. Garbutt Business College 413 8ih Street South Leth bridge Office Phone 1315; Res. 1531 School Re-opens Sept. 16th, 10. a.m. Boarders returning, Sept. 16th, new boarders, Sept. 14th. A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. Hero is a rich, pure drink that's a wonderful stimulator during the days of summer lassitude, it has mild tonic properties. Is thirst quenching and refreshing. IJy the glass at all fountains. By the case delivered to ypur home. A FULL LINE OF SOFT ALL FLAVORS BASEBALLERS E-M-P-R-E-S-S MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT A photoplay with an Lmazing soul! All that is fine, all that is sorrowful, nil that allures In the act of living pictured in vivid scenes that thrill, startle or inspire. One screen entertainment you'll never forget. Come, live a life In an hour! Shown At Usual Prices. FOR THE LAST TIME ELSIE FERGUSON in "HIS HOUSE IN Also Miss' Dolly Preston and Mr. Ben Dlx In Duets. fa the Dominion premier Industry. Back of yrogrou Btanda thu farmer, and the vountrr'B adranceincnt ia agriculture Is reflected la ever; phase of the Dominion's acttrity. The of lands, farming and every procresiirQ more of agriculture li concern o! every resident to Can- ada no uniter what his profession; Ibe railirayK, tho governments, In- and manufactures, and tho aro alike Interest- ed, The Federal and Provincial aud tha rallirajs, a keen rea'tMt'.on of this, have rease- lessly worked for the progress and of this Industry through tho of experimental the circulation of literature, tnd propaganda matter, and Bmnj pther methods. They never ceased to advocate better fnrm- tag, th? scientific study of lolls, lion, and all that tends for greater and kc'alOils-.' production, enrichment of land, improvement lu living and socUl conditions In rural No better system of education nnd U more sueoMdftil farming has dwlaed than the "better farm- fcc or at it come to be ppjratorlj terroed "the University on irtilch Jo-Jrneys through tho Prortawj of the West under the ErafiplcM of Provlncrlnl De- jwrtmonln of Agriculture and Educa- tion and the Hill- Lway. It ia In truth, a travelling unl- .TCTHity oi agriculture bringing an to the farmer's iborae with Its fnteniire clawos and jtatnonstratlona of the Vional baa two lu, (1) Boys and Girls attending tlie Exhibit in the Better Farm ing Car. (2) A Well-equipped Western Sheep (8) Car Kitted Up With Pens for Sheep and lloga. cars earrruiR the livestock and feed, and two large flat cars, one fitted up with pens to carry sheep hogs, and tho other for ae a demon- stration csr. Theaa ire fitted up in Winnipeg under the direction of Pro- fessor A. 11. Shaw, profes-or In ani- mal hurtmndry at Manitoba Univer- sity. Thraa large conchw c.re used in displaying field huetwndry ojlilb- Its and another car for the dairy, me- chiirical, building, and pcultry iiis- playa, Moving picture car films of an character arc shown, M well as those of an educational Two coachw are fitted up as cars for men and another for A nursery car Is provided whlcb cos- MM sandplles, sllde.1 and orlhs, charge nf capable nufaei, whftrc TIOO- thers may leave their cbllrtrw atlentllng lectures. The Irafrt and furn'nhcd free hy the CnJUlten Picl- fie iltllway, which has at pnins to make the btttirr train, of the and assistance 'to 'Caoada'c turallsts. IT FIXES 'EM PORCUPINE BOOT You can fix any Blow" Out yourself. No extra tools required, Just a PORCUPINE BOOT ASK YOUR DEALER Don't delay In going nfler tbo balance of your EOaa- on's U.S.A. high class goods none too plentiful. Write for Catalogue, "Ev- erything Sporting Goods." THE KINGSTON SMITH ARMS Winnipeg, ''Edmonton, Calgary. .CONSUMERS' HA.RD- SUPPLY CO., Lolhbridgc Local Agents Porcupine Sales Corporation Distributors for Canada WINNIPE8 1 HT "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE" PRESENTED BY THE KEIGHLEY NEW YORK PLAYERS SAT., at 8 "P.M. ;