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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ?HE LE.TJHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUKSDAV. AUGUST 17, 1020 VAUDEVILLE Christophers On Stand In Estevan Trial lii Court About Being Ridnapped and Taken Across Border. FRANCE OTTAWA, Aug. dlan ut trada end commerce has advised by cable xtroui 1'aria that a decree his teen issued prohibiting Importation into Franca ot cattle, sheep. Heepl from French colon- 'iss aal The de- .prohibits animals in TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD STUDY WITH LEO M. COOMBS BECAUSE his fouudattoaal am! pro- fessional training was of highest standard received from th? best European and American teachers. BECAUSE he continues to study the >hers.-ot Bellevue. organizer tor the easier, and lie invocation ,uv Kev U that village. U hid been eii.er.-led tliat the neu v.ould be charged jointly but su igreemenl ia this cauuection-has uot leca made by counsel, and each laati vili be tried separately. Kor the first time since Hie .in'cl- ieui happened the farts of Ibo kid- v lapping case have been made public. :i Christophers this morning swore ou lath that he arrived ta this district 'i it the the general secretary f- it tile organisation to loot into organ-: sing the miners Into a branch of.th'e -jue'Hlg Union. Oil thelnlght ot July !i after be .had'retired (o his.bed. a' v lumber of men came to his oiie f. if them b'einfe'Toni Munro. first lo.be heard. Christophers vus asked'a in'miiber of questions by as'toAvho'he was 'ic'v as'doing" ibwii. He stated v- o richly dressed parade! is this very chararte'rlstk! ot the inin- jolly "i-'riar Tuck'' and "Sir Guy. appear here. of .Minstrels pass over our streets" at aoou the day they BECAUSE lie Is sahUi'-'US to i i" and Is i LAST SHOWINQ TODAV tiiity giving belter service than ever BECAUSE lie is earnestly and eutbns- iasllwily at work studying puijil's individual -needs and neip- iiig ihem.-to reach high standards of AT THE EMPRESS proficiency and art p't'teaching any tak- eu special courses .iu pedagogy.. BECAUSE he has'tau'fltf.auccesefully "for teu years.atid high Seldom has a photoplay profound- cadi jly stirred an audience as did the Par- t lilcture, "The Mtracli) Man.1' at the Empress' Theatre eveniuj.. where 'it !'or a two- day run. avptause follow.- ed the final fade-out and the delighted comments-ot.tlio spectatori a slrel which wakes It capable of ap- pealing to all classes and when Har vej-'s Greater Minstrels appear at thu of Glsbone roles the former Thv question has bj Majestic next and fJohn ot the original some people 'involved the! will be seen hundreds of peopl and the latter bv Saul t "fruestlou-ible qutaliou in toe Iheatro habitual Para-1 Sojomoa an acknowledged leader to Mil that theme is aroused oj thcatio goers. CQUHC "open a batten ihe cowing a high clttss nilns-trei of g6oJ hunioi ceitain to! Baseball pium-.-, o xuod and an I bo in up-lo-datg minstrel seem lo lie all I least three forms of amusement CELEBRATED MINSTRELS ARE are b) COMJNS wost scrupulous Laughter the treating of laughter Is the purpose of tho ml litrel ss I rendering 6t tticeful music dug i Lfe'.lo" standards and "puplla have 'iVissed pvithont a doubt, deserves a place examinations.- Success depends Eiuo (lie really great screen master largely upon qual-1 oi'airtimes. -alued ieiierv was then presented by', iiy itf service rendered. i coming Piciford in Major Vlcfcerr, and.a copy lie [BECAUSE he is deeply devoted; .to'her latest. The miLstrel fans pi this will be'pleased to learn that orio ot thV.vory best nriil largest'minstrel or- ganlza'ions ou the mad Is to visit this cltv certain people have forgot I iknle'd. byiMunVo arid -the I'rfveii Kste'van iid'Uiencii'to'Noo'u- Mi N.D., ir" and left: HeMront to; the .'hotel :nti stared till 9 o'clock Sunday" morn- and 'then walked" into Before the party.- left they.iold if. tie Canada ---he roiild -In rosF-extfmirratipn' sfoutiy hat Tie- had -.Jlbei slighteetrconnectlon :that sent to the famiiy.'oi the late orgau- iier. Mrs. Crawford Vot Lethtrldee then rendered a special- solo, enjoyed by lite audleace, anU Capt. Denoon v.'as'caHed on. Capt. Denoon lias spoken iu Tauer before to large'audiences, and is now well Xnown here. His address was of a conversational character, and, no.al- 'tempt-was made at oratory. For all thal-bis remarks appealed lo the in- tell'ixeniie ot- his hearers. 'ri-Se'gmnlug he drew attention to two: well-kgowu Bible texts regarding pointing out that at Jeast one was written by a veteran who liadV'seen iwho bad gone varied eiperieuces and was Qualified-to speak on .the subject. The imbjbiiigi ;6t ...spirituous liquors, an'iiis'iUution hoary anil uity; a'nd it was only, in tlie iast bun e'4 "-year's that change'.had come en had-been yonflo.prescribe lnuor r ccddf-ind heat, for for ocjal- and all sorts ot ases'.- The flrat greal treSk had come 1th attetinen'ce. societies piedginr "e'nilierB abslarri'Sceyt on cca'sions. history of "the absti- erice' mbvemenfSlo't .Pathec Mntlhew, ohfuB. 'Cough.'ihd.oltiefsvas traced uad stepped 'nia'nd'.added'tiheir. quota, andlnois idical.aUthorlties were insistent thai ery-litUei- if aiiy..was and theni-'only in ertrepie cases Com a'hd- the great .move -baa his piofession ami-enjoys his work, i has a cheerful disposition .and Ms'.j SUBSCRIPTION SALE STILL OPEN] piipiis become his j A ,mmuer of 'innulries have come to BECAUSE he has had the oxpcrraic" j Manascr Brown as to whether. nature. I list is yet open for'subfi-riptlon reser- BECAUSE he has taught and given j vallous, which insures choice of scats advance of regular sale. Suhscrib- 's may make reservatiunfl now at his work approved and recommend- Armstrong and RawoVih's. ed by the greatest artists, teachers Tne riia-Je famous by Jessie ,j i by: .j-i 'idius. irrho Jml'.lbat he'ibust be prepared'to suh tantiate rac'tua v ;j -.The-remainder ot ,tae-inorniug- wai from-th'e drive rt tlie other tnai hat haVingVfceen'alluded to. .the' defehdantB. heir Chose being charged were T. Munro 5.i :A Sough, T.- ;R.' Tliorapsou. .ilagistrato-Mcliachern'is jiresidinj of trai-el ami met people ot all mi-1 or not- the subscription sale io "Hohln j lions and varcfnlly observed hunir.u His reply is that the t nature." hjs ECAUSE he has taught aiid given va successful concerts in the largest m musical centres of the world and er. Beautiful Women ot Society. teventy ytt" relied upon It for their The toft, refined, pearly white complexion I renders instantly, (always the" tource I fUttemg comment. and musicians. BECAUSE after .lakiug_.a post-'grad- Dartletl Davis, "Allan a-Dale." is now ._- enacted and sung by I.orna Doona uate course he received signal Jackson, -who scored such a hit last honor of being "the'only; Canadian season in the part. Her singing of graduate to receive the tihal aiid full ,o Promise Me." and her portraval of teachei s- diploma granted e the dashing outlaw are ex ravag Sen lort. School ot Music nml anm praised Ails faigiied DV Halfc leech bttr ______ j____ ner, Arthur FrieOaemi ami I eiln Cooke Is a .tax-nayer arid-in- terested in. our community ami is here to'..stay- assist In .making further advancements iii munitv (Capt.) Denoon Speaks At a Big bpenirig Rally at Taber rofid were' lik'enisa The peaker o'Sstariced his refusil riiibi! al alUrpn'old-fcriBU.-aiJd hts rc- the maroh -f'V South African rrieii during were alt it came hroiigh; ifflcer'a" report'.'-' Prominent authori Jea'were ot the evils of-tio traitfc, and Lloyd George's Tariibus remsrk'-that England .to ight and dnnk The speaker appealed .to ihe things in conYmph' knowledge of. the': audience; aria i wo'un a. up by' es pla I n ing that the referendum' purpose 'of deterrniiiiuK whether a Dominion enactment shoufd.he mjide which had been promised hy' the' Dominion pre- mier it 'a majority'were in'.faydr in province, -Whereby.. Importation any province 'thus votirigialioiild. ay Dominion law.. This vole'would be taken-In-October, Another special solo was rendered by-.'Mrs., the offering was announced. J.-T. out that the hospital was in neeil of assist-1 nnce, and that while.lt was hoped it would shorily he a municipal affair, it was not so yet. The offering was FINE'ATTRACTIONS AT COLONIAL For .the last time tonight- st tha Colonial J.._iWarren: Kerrigan, tha 1 popular character actor will be seen in .play of Canadian life. Prisoner of the Pines I the Els daredevil lull also bo In a thrilling exhibition of the Blunta which being "Killed re- cently at Los Angeles Ho'.the Colonial on Wednesday and Tnursday1 mMera fomls lo Sclznlc. plai 01 the, men anfl of iciontists Oriental Cream Beht in hai WHEAT PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES 'IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS The Wheat I'artieipatlotf Cer- tificates Issued-by'the Canadian- ..Wheat Board, entitle holders'to a payment .of-30 ceiits per bushel- on and aite-- August 10 I3ank .or .Montreal will gladly collect the anioiint dup Bring your'Certificates .loathe lodal.: Branch jOf; Bank of Montreal' BANK OF MONTREAL Established 100 Lethbndge Branch, D B Emeno Manage CQ1P TONIGHT J. Warren Kerrigan of the Pines" And Other.Fine Attractions THURS. ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN 'THE WOMAN GAME' And, Oh Boy' Watch and V ait for Our SSonst er. Show .LARRY SEMON WILL THERE MAJESTIC NEXT MON. TUES. AUCllST 23-24 THIRD ANNUAL TOUR R. M. HARVEY Presents HARVEY 5 GREATER AND OCTOROON BEAUTY CHORUS GENUINE DARKEY JUBILEE 'SINGERS'AND NEGRO SHOUTERS AND COMEDIANS The Largest and Highest Clats Minstrel Organization tn Route. A guaranteed Attraction. 56 MINSTREL KINGS AND QUEENS including Famous Ballad Sing ers, .Entrancing Dancers, Novel- 'ty Entertjlrcrs, Expert Corried InctKumen'al and Soloists A 20 Piece Every Man a" Soloist. 15 VAUDHVILLE ACTS WATCH FOB THE PARADE Special Matinee Tuesday, 2 30 Prices it 00, 75c, 50c Seat Sale Opens Thursday at Arfnitrong Raworth's When your brain works like a dog with three legs you need rentlr blight Our Own Correspondent) Aug. The first gun In "its referendum campaign for the tlun bt .Interprovinclal shipment ol liquors WES fired here. to- light at a meeting lield in the Rex in the nature .of a united pro- addrefeeed by Capt. (flev.) A. H. Denoon ol LeUrbrldge. Bishop Haynes ol the L. D. 3. church iere presided, and on the platform jCBiilcs the "speaker of the erehlng xere J. S.'Stewart Jlra. Crawford of Lcthbrldge, .Rev. M. K.: Wiggins, Capt. easier of. the S. .A. staff. incF a united' choir from the various shiirches of the town.. The ..theatre was filled hy an audience fairly repre- lentalive of the different' denonjlna- as weil'as non-charchgoers, the sxtreme heat causing It to assume a rather Informal appearance made nec- essary by the exigencies of the wea- ther. The singing of led fcy the choir, opened the proceedings, Hid Dfter a scripture reading by Capt. [or the expenses of the campaign and for the hospital. The chairman then appointed four ushers, and alter the. collection, ar.d the national anthem, the meeting clos- ed with llie benediction by Rev. H. H. Cook. The orchestral foj.lhe occa- sion was withdrawn wheu it was dis- covered that the services of Mrs. r Crawford were obtainable for special t music, and" the committee desire lo j thank her for the solos rendered. I Spenking or i cnplti v.ho are easily lack'-ambition, nerve and Rrs oft-Uuies and sad- lacking in firm, healthy" flesh. Joseph 1) ins Specialist Xoi th Eastern-Dispen- sary. N'. Y.. says 'Patients who appare physical wrecks, wlio foolishly tho'i the} needel onh i lilood'tomc. to en rich the blooil have' cojrle for, treat ment trerililiib 11ft! 'JiaT-ing their iierve force almost exhausted and in many such cases the administering of liitro-Phosphate has', produced seem- inglyjmagical results. who feel'the heat-.of Kntn- nier. tire easily and often become ir- rltahte-.anit Ditro- 1'licsiilmtc an inexpensive and helpfn! friend. Druggists report- a wonderful in- create-in the demand from men and. 'omen who are anxfous to renew old- time ambition anil who-are-making an honest effort (o necoirie .vigorous and keen-minded with1 a power of enliir- ance that denotes almost', perfect health. Tli'cy ask for tjitro-Fnospnate be- tiiey kiKjvv.tlioy :need an Jnei- orghnk phoaphat6 Boston Banker Says Canada Is, Coining Strong Ucovering.Prom War Depres- sion and Faces Era of Great Prosperity m men Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT POSTUM 'Thetis a Reason An aciive btain must have ;cure not poisonftdvnth-products CALGARY-LAKjE WIND- of indigestion-or liver j 'ERMEREJLEEPER and kidney laziness. GOING COMING There's ho two ways about the trained man "hrlrijfs home tho bacon." Don't, your training now; FALL-TERM OPENING Day School kept 1st Night School Sept. 2nd. Garbutt Business 413-8th Street SoutH Lelhbrldge Office Phone 1315; 1631 LASTrTtMC TODAY The Photoplay With An Amazmcj Soul GEORGE LOANE TUCKERS 'PRODUCTION "THE MIRACLE MAN" COMING P1CKFORD ANNOUNCEMENT LEO M. COOMBS STUDIOS WILL RE- OPEN MONDAY, AUGUST 23rd, Voicet Piano, Haimony, Pedagogy, Coaching and in Sight Singing, Giammar of Rudinients and History. EVERY ADVANTAGE INCIDENT TO A BROAD MUSICAL EDUCATION teachers In gurrpundtng towrla" ehodld take the ojipor- luiilty to leant the BEST-MODKRN usp.ri hy Ills world's greatest Mr.'Coombs'has arranged a course in pianoforte and .Vocal iiedagogy which'will you- 'H you wlnh .to Ijfc airtbiig teachers hi your community investigate Uiis courfit'-'it'j'n' LEO. M. COOMBS' STUDIOS WATCH THE BIG 4 Sfomatli-KiJneyi-Heart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid i The. .are operating a standard 'nteepine tar be- itwcun Calgary anrrLake Wiridennere. '.leaving, Calgary oil traln'.nhmbbr one Tuesdays ana FYidayay This slcen- will be placed for occupancy prev- Ifous evening. Rcturnlne, r.ir leaves .Lake. Winder- jmere on Tuesdays and.Fridays, nrriv- 'ing train We'd- and 'may occupy car. after arrly.il. Calgary 1 until S'.OO a.m. For information on Winilcnnero Camp apply to any tlcliet agent. t NEW YORK. Aug. dlan Wall Street Journal's Boston correspondent quoted a Boston banker, .who has just returned fi-om Canada, as follows: "Canada going strong, recov- ering by leaps and bounds from the depression caused by war. While unrest and Tack of co-oper- ation seem to ke holding things back on this side of the border, the Dominion to the north faces an era of unprecedented activity and prosperity. One of the basic reasons for Ibis brilliant come- back is the rich yield of the great northwestern vvheat fields." OH YOU MADAGASCAR SAX .of living has never hit Kendall Kay, former California newspaperman has written to friends here. Best prime beet sells for three _______....... anil one-half cents, and rice for .one pinjtnciit iriinrcllere JOT at OHM cent each and OS an can big lobsters for two cents.' the of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Qucon Wilhclmltia. A tall Look for rte cusa C.M VCCcpt no xuronto. paptrxud en Westminster Ladies' CoOege Edmonton, Alberta A High Class Residential Day College for Girls and Voting Women. Academic Course' Oovftrs Public and High School Gracfes to Grade Eleven Inclusive. Music, Business Coifetjc Course, Art, Physical Cultura and Ex- pression, Household Science. Students prepared for the De- nartmental Examinations. Back'-' ward students given special and individual help. tiiper- Strong Staff of Resident and Non-resident Teachers. Fall Term Opens Mon- ..day, Sept. 13th .Send for Calendar, Early Reser- vation Advisable. B.A. MISS ADA A: WILK1E, Lady Principal REV. N. D. KEITH, M.A. President LETHBRIBCE CONSERVATORY OF .MUSIC Cbrrier' Eleventh' Street and Avenue South r REOPENS FOR IT'S 15TH SEASON, AUGUST 25 PRIVATE AFJD CLASS IN ALL BRANCHES BV A STAFF OF TEACHERS MANY FREE ADVANTAGES DEPARTMENTS PIANO, PIPE-ORGAN, THEORY, MUSICAL HISTORY, VOICE CULTURE. SINGING AND LANGUAGES, ORCHESTRAL BAND INSTRUMENTS, MANDOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR, UKULELE AND SPECIAL VIOLIN CLASSES.FOR CHILDREN. The Cdnservatory School of Expres- Correne H. Gerber, Principal, 'ORATORY, pH'vsipAt. TR'AINING, ENGLISH LITER- ATURE -AND PRAMATic'ART, rJA'ffcV, pLASSICAL, FOLK AND BALL. RO.OM, DANCING, PHONE 765 BRANCHES .COAtiiALEf'M.OBLEFORp AND BARONS ;