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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta BThHinDUB.DAILY 11HRALD PHOTOPLAY A'IUMMY. .-u'dtsT 1020 VAUDEVILLE I' Manitoba and Saskatche- Dis- trict Best DELIGHTED AUDIENCE INMPFC Pi-ess.) Is now m ful' j Saturday night's auolciH'C had a de-f lighiful time as the wasi Ui the play "It Payt So Ai'.-i vei'lise." This play bas run for spelts of tvc-lve to eighteen months at thea-: in the east and was Indeed a! for ihe west. I The Rev. Captain spake a. few words to ihe audience and from' his remarks it was evident he fully j the Ewill? In all parts of Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan, atcordinn to the- Canadian National Hallway's trop report issued today, and, the gram being garnered will i obviously'did too. If jieid i ver> generous return, the best; to have a Cbautauuua neit) iii five vears. Recent weather condi-1 year fresh guarantors must sign up tioiir 1 brought along backward crops that farmers 'thought three weeks ago would not pay for Ihe seed and cost of planting hut wiiic-ii will now' give profitable returns Ijile sown giiins vull also yield much bet- ter than expected owing to ihe show- ers anil cooler .'weather of the laslj 30 There'are tremendous crops .MADE SPECIAL REFERENCE TO IRRIGATION'WORK BANFF. Alia., Auj. wetting of the western profession- al engineers opened this morning with P. Turner Bone in the chair. Brig.-General C. H. Mitchell, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., who is dean at To- ronlo University, made special ref- erence to the work of the engi- neers for the promotion of agri- culture by irrigation. Me also re- ferred to the future of aerial navi- gation where the engineer who had had in aer- ial navigation would conic into his own. Electrical and chemical en- gineering held'great prospects, he says. The great waterpowcr facili- ties of the west should be utilized and the oil of the far north brought to work. He said that the architecture of the west Is of a distinctive type and closely al- lied to the work of the engineers. CANADA'S SHIPS SAIL THE SEVEN SEAS AUR. W. -Canada's sliiiis operated. under the illrwilon oi ilio Canadian Government Merchant Mitrhie. Limited, will prove a highly I lavestinent tor the Do- {million this vear, to Hou. 1. C. Ballautyhe! minister oi marine I ami fisheries, whu was in Winnipeg jloiiuv on his way (localise of the great iucreaso la Canada is baiMine aildi- Xicnnil ships this year. lu> said. j 'These ships will fail all seven I spas." said inariui- "aiH we expect them to Mpnud sreally Can- judn's export trade.-" GREAT ATTRACTIONS AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK Saskatchewan and Alberta iloriK the C.' X. R. main lino from North .liaitleford to Kdmontoa. and particu- larly in the Uoydminster and Vegre- viHe sections. Wheat is standing on the fields four feet high, is heavily lieaded and yields 15 bushels an acre will be common. Harvesting will JJ be general this weefc. I Conditions also continue to be favor-1 able throughout the Edmonton district rorth arrJ south and nlong the Saska- toon-Calgary line from westward. In Uie Saskatoon district) M-hefc the crops were despaired, of duriirs a very protracted dry period, there faas been a remarkable improve- tneiil -'past fortnight, and fields that save promise of but three 1o torn- bushels an acre at the end of .July will now turn out eight to ten bushels. Southern and Slanitoba is in the riiidst of- a splendid harvest. ,.ht away, and considering the ufarily of., no doubt there j will be no difficulty In this direction.' Tonight the speaker, Tom Skeyhill, will give a lecture entitled, i the World." j Tomorrow afternoon there is a con-1 itrt by Ihe Viak Jubilee Singers, and a lecture, "Misunderstood Mexico." by i "W. Mellinger, and a grand closing Baseball On Wed. which he lakes every advantage of, This announcement 'will certainly is what may iu all verity be called Welcomed by every iover of big typical Kerrigan and the poim-'musical arid entertainment events as lar-young 'wreen star fairly i an oupm-tuuily which cuaiss yery rareJ the chances for effective celluloid ac-jly. While the locale of the story ot tlvittes. j Hood" is the benutitul .coun- Kerrigan Is ably and brilliantly sup- j tryside ot the heart of Kngland of ported l.ols Wilson, Waller Perry, .the Uclfth century, ihe treatment of and by u score c: other loid 'actlri-jtlie theme is vurely Amerlcau. which accounts for Us musical worth and .bristling humor. "Koblii It is "ROBIN HOOD" COMING; j generally agreed, Is far and away the CONTRACT CLOSED I most distinctive and Interesting comic ,_____ J opera composed by an -American, and: In his most cheerful mood is .Man-j" ls perpetual monument to the I ager Len Brown owing to the of Reginald De Koven. As one] which was made to his proposal toirecent comment says, It is very near bring bere "Hobin Hood." the famous i Brand opera in of its American comic opera. Assurance hut being suug. spoken, and interest is so general that he has con- enacted In plainest English, it pos- gr'ess in several-localities. Porlage I'rairie, Gladstone, Dauphin. Car- berrv. and Canora all report harvesting in full swing un- jder favorable weather conditions. There will be fair to heavy yields of all 'grains in these famous ing districts .The Prince Albert district and the wliule of the Carrot River country .will also have bountiful harvests. There has been little damage or de- Icrloration from any cause. 'A few localities report the appearance of rust on late grains, but it ip too late to. 'a cS os ds-nage. The general mit- loon would indicate that nature has again .fooled the experts and- pessi- niisls by turning the nnpromisTng con- ditions a month, ago into a liiBllly sat isfactory situation. Haynionci ball tesm is going to make its first appearance In Lelh- brldge this year at Eckstorm Park diamond on Wednesday evening at 6.15. Arrangements were just completed thfs afternoon. The game fs being ptayed by the baseball league for the benefit of the L. A, A. A. funds, and es- pecially to cover the cost of carry- ing out the juvenile sports pro- gram which has been under the direction of Philip i. Collins dur- ing the summer holidays. This fact alone should insure a big crowd, but in addition to that, Raymond is coming hipped with the best team it can gather, to- gether from the Cardston branch. Three hundred and three men sec- are out to bea( the-Letn. br.dge if at M sible. Wednesday afternoon is the big Civic Holiday, and everybody will be free to attend a game at the hour named. It's for a and it will be a good game, and it should bring out the greatest To utart the new fall season oft' with a bang. Jlanaser Lf.i Brown has arranged Ihe greatest show of all for Friday and Saturday this week. On these days there will bo no less than three attractions of exceptional inter- est, luirry Semon, the iii'.llioii-dollar comedian, be seon in the first of a serial; of. the screen's greatest comedies.- "The tJrocery Clorlt" Is the particular name of Semon's first comedv. Kddlo Folo, the favorite of "The j r.ure of the Circus." "ill be seen in I the opening chapter of Colonial's new iall serial, "The Vanishing Dag- j i se'r." Frank Mayo will star in "The Uirl] I in Iloom a eiiecial fealuer attrac- tion. Colonial patrons are informed that the Larry Semon comedies are with- out question the beat it is jjossibla to secure. firmed bis option on the engagement ami the production will be ut the Ma- jestic for one night only, Saturday, August No Need For Any Men To I5e Loafing About (he City at Present 'PRISONERS OF THE FiNES" AT COLONIAL TONIGHT nred employment in southern Alberta through the government employment j bureau in Lethtrldge during Ihe.pastj weak. Today Thomas Lougworth, of thy bureau, has sent out over one hundred men to the farms of the south. There is no rea- son for anyone to he sitting around the park now without work. Mr. Long- said this morning. Farmers, during the past few days, mive been sending in their orders with a rush ami this afternoon nearly every! harvester has got a'job and between! thirty and forty Jobs are on the hooks DUBLIN, Aug. armed waitfng for tabors. Another batch of i this afternoon, avoiding the mill- crowd.of the season. RAIDED DUBLIN CUSTOMS HOUSE In his newest photoplay. "Prisoners of the which will he this city for 'the first lime today at the Colonial. J. Warren Kerrisaii will have the part oi a light-hearted, brave young French-Fauadiasi who loves his pretty Rosalie with an 'affection that 1 is sufficiently .strong to make him give] tin his occupation of trapper -and! adopt the more arduous work of ,a lumberjack, that lie may pr.nclirol enough .money to marry ihe fascinat- ing young.Canadian girl. Kerrigan has the part of, lliilaire Latoure. who always has a song upon his lips ilnrt who always is ready to jump in end defend himself when .the occasion in "Prisoners of. the Pines" illllaire's prowess romiisilioneu. "Prisoners of the Pines" is a ization of Kenneth 11 t famous story of the same name. The "central ]figiire, Hillaire Laiour, gives .-.Kerri three hundred harvesters are eipcct-itary guard, i-aided the Dublin customs Igau manifold opportunities to display ed in the city from the east ou Wed- nesday or. Thursday of. this' week. house. They went through the build- jhis' fine screen artistn, opportunities ings and left in a few minutes with- Following is-ac itemlzeil account of out taking anything. The liall porter where labor went last week: Stook- was made to face tlie by one of j ers. 160; farm laborers, 98; hay bail-, the raiders, whila the remainder, hnr- ers, 3; sheep herders, 2; through the buildings, or acted (Z; laborers, 2S; steam tractor as sentries. inifiers! 1; timber packer, 1; fireman. The object of ihe'-rald had noi one, and was so pale'and white Hint ihc looked liko ft ghost. 'She. was pti veak (hat phe. could- liartiiy hold it k her iKiml. and for two months she could noL walk.- Her stomach lijle hr.thernd her ;ts mnch-us ever, intl I hum'stl) did not think she would ire. "She tried all kinds (if remedies: in fact 1 bought her everything that 'riends recrmmirniled. hnl- nothing did nny'good until siio stance1 taking Fanlar. WcP. sir, I never would have Ecved thai any medicine could have (.fretted such a change in any woman. Why. it haa posilivnly trans- formed my wife. If seemed to settle tier stomach She an eat a real now without any harl after effects. With Ihe very first bottle started lo pick and hag atlimlly gained luenty-fivf; pounds In weight. The color has hack Iti her chrcks, and today slie is as strong ami well ever she was in her life. Khe con do every hit of her own housework now, without the least trouble, ami at nipht she goes to Iieil iind sleeps like! a child till morning. I simply can't tell how srateful I ;ITH for. what Tanlac: has done tor my wife, and' I take pleasure In giving you this Tp.nlac: is-.Eoid Iii by lohn Ilisinhotham Co.: In Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug A: Stationery j Store, and in Warner by Mrs. X. Der- EMPRESO TODAY AND TOMORROW Iteliirn Engagement Popular liequcst GEORGE LQANG TUCKER'S production A Photoplay With An Amazing Soul. From the play by George. M. Cohan, based on the story by Frank L.. Packard. A romance 'of underworld rogues who sought "easy pickings1' and found them. Hut when the arch crook anil the girl with the i painted face uiao found a wond- rous thing Ihey had never known you know what love is? Come and see. Come ant] live a life Iii an hour! MISS DOLLY PRESTON AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS AND EMPRESS ORCHESTRA. USUAL PRICES. MARVELLOUS MOTION PICTURE OF DARE-DEVIL Performing the stunt In rnid-air in he was killed recently. Nothing like it ever seen before. EXCLUSIVE AT THE eOLONIAL TONIGHT AND TUESDAY IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR SHOW I Joseph J, in. THE MIRACLE MAN" AUCTION.' SALE TOMORROW-TUESDAY AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOtMS COMMENCING AT T.WO O'CLOCK IWDINGTON BY THE OWNER, WILL SELL A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE including handsome dining suite in quartered oak, comprising' Imtfct. round extension tablo and set of leather seated dinors; handsome, brass bed complete with springs nntl mattress; 3-pieca parlor Kulle in mahogany; White rolnry drop-head sewing machine; .good -finality carpet sntiare; exceptionally fltie mahogany-dresser v.-ilh large bevelled mirror, washsland lo nulcb; adjustable dress form; three brass trimmed beds with springs Htid mattresses; dresser with oval mirror; two 3-burnef oil Bfovea; tine rtivaneUe in fumed oak wild solid leather upholstering: child's col; Columbia gramophone, and'records; suit case; l-holo McClary stove; Jarge size chest of drawers; hall stand In noHil'OAk; carpettlng; carpet v sweeper; child's sulkle; Singer sewing machine; bed linen; cur- tains; pictures; child's set; and many other small Items. TEftMS CASH PHONK.S "WADD1NQTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" ANOTHER SALE ON WEDNESDAY, 620 SEVENTH ST. SOUTH, AT O'CLOCK, ;