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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAT.E EIGHT THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Visiting Editors Get Touch of Old Times on Western Plains Bight Hon. Yiscounl Burnham and Lady Rurnham Receive i PRESS CONFERENCE DELEGATES Imperial Press Conference." Somewhat Puzzled A touch of (be picturesque past oti ni f L xt i ithe western plains has been injected' Titles of eina'isv to the Be? Sah-Pi and aira.aermen of the They In D. i ci j t I mel thc dignified sretting of Chief! Real Stampede at Gleichen. ydigwhorse, successor to the first i chief Old Sun of 20 years ngo. and! ,n i the-v have witnessed the prowess of Vjnt.ccl YcUow.OW Woman, an In- of tom-tom and the of enlhus- I in h of h lastic braves the Right Hon. Viscouni I d wh t j an ,ndlan liuniham and his wife were Invested f} with the dlgnitv of chictsh.p of W3S brandishing the sis-shooter] with which he had killed a mounted Hlaclifoot tribe o'f .'Indians this morn-f ing. and added to their list of titles those of Xah-to-Sah-Pi" and Xi-XaKI respectively. Burnham is now chief "Old Sun" of the Blackfoots and Burnhani is appropriately "Chief Lady" for that is the literal transla- tion of the euphemistic titles bestow- ed upou. them., They have added to two striking suits of leather and feathers. There, was a chief "Oil! Suu" two decades .ago in' the Gleichen lilaek- IJue note was taken by the delegates from ancient and sober lands of tho dignity of Chief- Siity-Slx the Only Owl, who journeyed to the station j with his relatives to welcome his fel-j low Britishers. His title Is still :il ........o source of wonder., to the delegates fnTpTrfof'press c" who take things literally "Field of Gold" -Aug. field of He, clotli .his. memory is per-i how Eve'ii where tho crop bad sown .on stiihble wiihuut Sous ritwjng the reSull was none the leis astounding.' lliniiglt, of course, sro- I portionatc'y smaller. j As we entered today the province I ot Alberta. 1 was most pleasantly re- j raifaded of our own-veldt in Spnlh At rica. There w-ere the same -great roll- 1 ing spaces, the; same rolling plains.; the same-sensq ot tlio same oxbiliralinB air. 1 could almost believe that 1 was back in the Trans-' vaal or the Northern Free State." -_ A SINGING ALAKM CLOCK i: A combination gramophone and alarm clock, invented by'Oscar Lind- i hoini of Chicago, seen standing beside i tlie machine. Tho machine Is sot for E ceil a in time in toe morning, and at that.Hour plays a H la likely that the Prince of Wales' visit to India .will not take place tin-' the autumn, ot. 1021. The strain to which the Prince has been eiposed during his progress through New Zealand, Australia, and Tasmania renders" if advisable that have time to recuperate before lie sets out on another stage of his Im- perial journeyings. Among the notable members top to elasU': This has proved children wear llicir the fee; holes come In tLe Vm: turn '.ho pru'ect'jr arouv.d until it Close to S260.000 haa bsea p.iir) In tlie clerk ;f IVlnrtsot conris .ii for vioJatk.os uf the O T. A'. moving in a world splendidly pictured by tho novelist, lie has been to SUMMER HINTS reach u narrative, of sublime in tho of "Stella a b'.xik 4 (which lends itself well lo lite lare If it is necessary let usa wire dross ;t--lf nts o! Mies Pickford, The phoUi banpc-rs for summer dresses, wisil', d'tiuatization of tiie j'lory VM In lhe tbe wires with cotton, tape, or slip Us of .Miss cnr-res Mar' pong bags over each arli Kverjthing may it-cm perfectly dry laud the banger may seem absolutely iuiiocem of any disposition to causo a rust or stain, bui ttie risk is too j e'reai io run. A -wire -tanser is a drees uncovered, 'tor the rust stains appear lu the most sightly spots: across the (ops of the sleeves and on the shouiders. narrow bags slipped over the arrus and tied snugly around the hook are, perhaps, easier and quicker tr ..adapted fyr Pick- ford's otter recent successes. "Rebec- ca of Sjuuyurook Farm" and "The Little1 Priiuess." tnr. Ih? mils from the Censor Board, the ser-. ill will not be'showu'iinllt. Saturday, .but in order to give everyone a chanct to see the opening chapter It will he held over until Monday anil Tuesday also. t'rank Mayo, the popular star, will tie featured in ".The Girl In'Number a part special attraction, on Friday and Saturday. This Is without question one of the shows the Colonial havo evet rtfl'pr.-'d. 2nd Khmllil drau.- LARRY SEMON, EDDIE POLO AND FRANK POLO AT COL- ONIAL. FRIDAY, SATURDAY A COMPARISON OF MINSTRELS Minslroli are cot all alike; To able lo demonstrate this fact, the pnb j lie Is urged attend the .-Harvey SlOOO resfeclively were imposed. icMord flth the Vliagraph Com-' pany for the exclusive Lethbridge rights lo the Larry Senioii million now at last, the first of-theni'is to' be-shown 'at tho. Colonial on Friday aiid Saturday of! this weekj Grocery robe and will appreciate both tht value ot tho material used and the skill of the dosighing the work. Never was a colored minstrel shew itrcssed as is tha. Harvey Greater Minstrels; but'lo bo any dlf- r c. L, i ferftnt not' to he In line wll, W8h Empress There are a.couple of mcri- Kddie Polo In his latest jeria! the Idea-.of assembling Alary IMckfonl's latest picture Artenift, "Stella ler will commence 'at the Colonial on I classy-natural and capable perform of which are "Tbe j Fortunate Youth." "Tlie'Beloved Yds aboud." Htid "Simple as well .-is the unarming story of "Stella Mr. Locke has wrought his, i characters of fiction with rare'skill and vilh an unusual perception of the i finer elements of hnmari understand-1 i fng. T.hc characters of his books stand f ut with .the vividness of'real people. Frank of the Rose- Hiss LUCY McLI Secretary of Clias. Ponzi's Securit- ies Exchange Company manager of the main office In Hoslon Tor Ponzi. the wizard who is snid jiiivo miiilc all tile way .rrom SS.SOO.UOtl to e -if mu'.ur vehicles large American shows ,L rernola nithough -lie nf has very: gl'iju'.ly reduced .lhe :i -if horsed j in private and public The i of lhe mirk, although] o'.ver the number vehicles; '-is f-1 not, in [he opinion