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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I': DAILY HEHA1.0. PAUK FIVE WEDNESDAY, AUC.CST20.MO Big Demand for Mine Labor Whefc Mines Have Opened For Traffic Livened Up With In? reopeoins lno here this morning and the Eienins up lodav o( tlfo men ot llie North ican'and Chinook Collieries ready for work as soon as the mines are Inspect- cd lha backbone ot the coal strike is broken, leaving only one district, the Ciows Nest Pass camps, to be dealt Hciiorts this morning show that oven there where the 0. U, U. is making a LONDON, Aug. Grey, new British ambassador to the United States, probably will sil Ifor New York on the steamer Adriatic, which leaves Southamp- ton on Sspt- 3. If he Is unable to perfect his plans by that time, he sail for New York on the steamer leavins for New York after that date. ITALIAN TROOPS GO TO HUNGARY PARIS. Aug. troops are on their way into Hungary, according to reports received here today. No details of the move- ment'were given. GREAT SHOWS AT THE COLONIAL hand of llun plol'.ers in America last times tonight at the Mho bovders o! Colonial Theatre. "adorablo" I'riscilla i liiteresi and enables the itar to depict Dea7wm ie seen in Uiest .main phase, _of __.ho Silk Mned HurKlar." Colonial pat rims will remember Priscilla Dean in many former enjoyable plays, and havi a treat in store for them lonighl. Hilly ivliU-li ore. not ouly liuicly, but dec cdly fascinating. Ii eivi's Hart a chance to wear khaki; presents liim first as a ban- i! inert, wiiKiti last stand, tho miners are aliiious to to back This morning SOCi men went to work in the mino at liellevue. Tills is half of toe regular The other half of tho men, and oilier camps in the district turned down the proposals of tho international commission yes-, terduy However another meeting is to bo" held by-International officers at Blalrinore ou Saturday, and with the example set at Fcrnie, Dnimlieller and Lelh bridge there isn't much donbl thai Iho 1'nss miners will ileciilo to return to tho pils. Reports from Taber this morning is that, in spile of strenuous opposition on the part of Ihe O. U. led hy Browne, former secretary ot District f No IS tho men lliere are signing up. end Iho Canada Wosl mine Is expected to resume shipments on Monday nest. 1 Now that tlie mines .are reopened 1 Ihe greatest kick tho operators have Is the shortage of men. Orders arc pouring Into the o IB co of the provln-, clal labor bureau here. Two days ago orders tor miners on the books slooil i ut "IS and this number has been con Kidcrably increased since then. Ihe reopening of the mines greater activity in the railway tlons of Iho I.cthbrhVge district Is wa> 1111 looked for immediately. Drilliog in new well ot "be Can- aihi Western Gas Co. at Monarch start- ed on Monday, according to. reports re- ceived from Hiiil town. The cellar of tbe well 1ms been dug and the drill now pounding steadily away in llic hope of oyeiilne UK Eas field which will cut tlic distance gas will liavc to uo piped to Calgary almost in (Conlriljutcd) The pace set f. t Ihe lu connection witu Hie l.'nitcd Coin- mercbl Travellers picnic the hibilion grounds on Saturday alter-; noon. Ausust ?2rd. is very fast InelfMl. There will Int sonu-thlnK 'Joins all the lime. No part of the iiroceciiuss will laK The list of sporn and otner j amusements is til? bfst in lhat class ot entertainment. Fur instance there coin" lo be fnr fat and leau people, "rinit event, will b? the nrU-e of Mrd.1 lare aloiu-. fhc other races iuclvidu and spoon, wheel barrow. lluucvlcggcd e. There 100 a treat in store tor thorn tonisiit. imiy (khaki; presenta mm nrsi .1 West fio funny man, is belli s featur- 1 diti depicts his reform when pjtnotu- ed in his two reel screamer "The I inspiration him tu I no tart Klv Con" and with the liu-st Animal- ,iiat nis i, at heart a man of hunor; ed' Gazelle and another line comedy hii eaun 10 enter the army. llooin Sccrt-U" tomshts show i frnslraled by Ins rcic.rJ be bound la Incase. j is euwsed by a German, and his uie to go with liiiu on a tiger bunt. We pursued the usual Indian stylo of dunlins tigers oil the backs of ele- imantis uuil threo were lahen alive on tills trip. 1 have incorporated sev- eral ot the incidents of this expedi- tion into "The Tiger's Trail." e An extra line attraction been 1Uial and Fifty Autos Required (o Show Visitors Around City and Irrigated District An extra line attraction een 1Uial and wn w-'uured Ihe Colonial management onrovers a dastardly plot and esi.Kwi'3 tor Thurvlav. Kriday an-1 Saturday J operations of lie sines. this week iheii Carmol Slyers. instruments are hidden in a" girl who can't make her eyes I will be seen in "The S-ivase a late of tho circus world. This fascin- alli-K slorv ol ll'.e "bis lops" and cir- cus lite will undoubtedly score a 1'ix hit. WILLIAM S. HART'S PHOTOPLAY QUITE DRAMATIC i William S. llarljiiiew ArUralt pic-! mn. -The Holder Wireless." which at S.arland on Thiir, day, Friday and Saturday two. Four rigs arc also drilling in tho nan-well Hold No effort is made to carry the J.OOO.OOO-foot well there auy deeper, but experiments are likely to" be made on some of the. new wells'to find if a greater How can be eccurcd by going deeper than 21.0 feet, Iho depth ol No. 1 well in lhat field. deal of iatesi'st centres In tho visit to ihe oily on Saturday mom- ii-g of the National Edi'oria! Asiocla- tion party of 22i Til'; arvaage- incnls are vve" s11'' foi's "of" fun" in I fix liO.tr stay ol the vi.tilors will be anil niilclwn's races', unat, a pleasant one. SSr yeari of ago. TUI, will an, op-, is. ,hl TIGER STUFF Willclts. who wrote the of Iluth Roland's now IMihc -crial. Tiki's Trail." which wil ailowu at Slarland on Moixlay and week commencing cnplained to a friend t-'.e lluv, ho a.tained the Tiger ami hi >u l li'.irs- o' the user aim has been. h [s manifest in Hio many scenes who have Ji, Vl-lcb the lordly iutiBle monarch ..reviews of 'the production .is a nil- i KeaK'f. durinf tho picture. "I have low ihriu Q( j ,leal in In ilia said Mr. everv 1'art picture has a thrill, a con- .-alrf at one time I spent nvprv (oat. I .-___ Mii> PrmCC ol ii.uuun. 11 c- IS 111 cnaifcu othe to introduce irausport the edilnr; through lien- jfoaldale districl to lake tlie i c there at noou. Tlie ilipcd out, and at k-. .._...___fn In cue ii concerned the of s o ponuujkj all kinds ot originality for the efit of Ihe visitors. i The baseball game between uu Ti.iJdies anJ tlie Hoys have, oil t.onvoy the party, llio thrills of Iho professional kmii. ._. ..._ rm ilinlllUn. 1 lie I K.it.n..a licir? tos will I iportant Although the meiuljtrs i-l the party nefreshmcnls. ice cream ami cold ircasorcr of Illinois. Quito -M drinks will bo very plentiful. number ure directors of banks or arc In the evening the dance will lie tho cmmectca wilh other commercial en- fea lire The- floor is in excellent I !n adilltiou to the visiting I share.'The music, a uvclve piece or- bo representative. 1 chestra will be of the dreamy kind. ranway companies and fll I 0i-g ris. ain't it u grand and provincial govenmienU. nnrt ice cream that James Mr.Calg, RDTH ROLAND u v- THE TIGER'S TRAIL A PATHE SERIAL 'licfrcshinoiits and ice cream will he available lor llie evening p.o- gramme also. Tbis inaugural picnic and dance is ________. going lo be a MB event. Kng.necrcd solely by the C'otiimeroial Travellers That Ihe wheat crop in-the i-em- Lothbriflgc. ision will jnsl i res He. t in B f gm_ rcniiircmeuts for the com- he oninion In local A careful survey.of the H is expected that James publicity comm.-s-iioner of Alberta, will represent this province John llawkcs. of ncgina, is Iravellmg nilh them as the representative of the government of Saskatchewan; Co. C D editor of the Port- Prairio'CJraphic, represents till! meiit of Maultoba; Arthur of '.A Canada, Montteal, rep- Tlic escape of a young girl from an, l.aUan com'ent is one of the eHrltes situation In "Human Desire in which Anita Stewart is to bo seen at the EMPRESS theatre today ?n this feature, which is being dis- bv First National, Miss SlS plays tho part of a girl sesscd with a for babies so that she steals out seeking a child ot her own. JIONTUBAb. Aug. GDII. air Arthur Currie mounts his horse i to take his place in the parade tomor- g row afternoon from the Champ ntuii o.uc... JUBB' I out the war with Oen. Currie and roila Vbchitnl the Canadian corps comman- E dcr on the victorious entry ot the Can- Into MOBE on armlsllce ilay, P I.ady Curric will accompany the gcn- eral to ilontreal for the parade and era to onr will; Uie review ay-tiia Cbanip rOr evci) 0--1-4--- there will have to he a carload shipped was the way one olfieial Th's is considerabl: less than a eeded in -xccss pt requirements. The Coal- dale district, of course, mil be a fairly heavy shipping roi.nl...Stirling, inond, WelllnE and Stogralh will also Have somo grain for shipment, but ave som most of this will go to local mills. loltetown government of Prince Edward Island. During the westbound trip H. "Sbs. editor of the Vicloria Times ar'v to mention any names. j tho on behalt ct The event tho pur- goTerniiient of British Columbia msc-ot a little relaxation will be [tin. T, Dominion', governmont is rcpre u-to-1 of Win llLVie hamlled in a strictly tip-to- dale anil business way. by Lethbrlilge business men whoso guarantee a splendid time for those who atle.id Program commences at 3 p-rn. m ot E. Ar EWERT r be hail at any tune. Bis tho main building from V P. MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK', 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank ments io dance In to 12 p.m. Travellers' liaynf.no Fair ground. August 23'rd. Help make it a success- ful annual event.. GOING TO ARMENIA Aug. -Tames !G Harbord and the other members. 'of the American mission ot in Armenia and Asia i Minor will leave tonight for j DresL Tho party will wil on llio Ani-; crican sloame-r Martlm Washington, for Constantinople; jirobably Icavms Brest tomorrow.' Ihe uonimiuii seated by J.' Bruce Walker, ot Win and Roberl J. C. Steau, of Ol tawa Charle's Ross, ot the motioi picture nraricri of the department o trade and corrimercc, is along for the purpose of giving motion picture tertailirucnls enroulo. _ Patriotic Film A iilm showing Britain's Navy, Army and An Forces, descriptive ot hei power, will be shown to- night and tomorrow. N of Grand Stand. Gun fired at p.m. _ Dancing in the main blinding to commenci'st p.m. Splen did orchestra. Refreshments will be available. Saturday, August 23rd. COME IN CROWDS Offer.Courses in AGRONOMY ANIMAL HUSBANDRY MECHANICS COOKING SEWING LAUNDRY HoSoLD MANAGE- VETERINARY SCIENCE MENT AND SANITA- DAIRYING TION il HORTICULTURE POULTRY nUnilV.UL.lunc. ENGLISH AND MATH- FARM MANAGEMENT EMATICS AND ECONOMICS Courses extend over two sessions and arc free. Open to boys and girls who have reached sixteen years of age. Opening Date, October 29th. W. J. Stephen, B.S.A., F. S. Grisdalc, B.S.A., Principal, School of Agriculture, CLARESHOLM Frincieal, School of Agriculture, OLDS Principal, School of Agriculture, VERMILION Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, A. E. Meyer, LLB., Supt. Agricultural Schools and Farms, EDMONTON .-Thla Is thu only metlicine lie ever taken that does just what they i sav it will do." said-Mrs. J. Hock.1 n t-' I) -I. Kiatt, HI. telling her experience with Tanlac. (S'V" Ii "For eleven years." continued Mra. Hock, "f suffered with stomac'i llrouWo and was In a D en eral run down condition, but it's all different, will me now, for three hollies of; Tanlac almost made a new woman otj me. I lost my appetite anil got so; (that actually I wmllil eel sick at Ihe smell of food cookinB. Whal liltlo i did mnnnge lo force down would, ciinso gas to form, and press up) around' my heart EO bad ol times coult) hardly set a goorl breath. I I would have cramping pains in the jilt, ''of niv slomacli which would last for; linany hours, then to malco matters. i worse my kiilneys became nffected nnil I had terrible pains In my back, and sides ami al limes could hardly' turn over in bed. I finally go EO weak anil rim down 1 conhln'l do niv housework and hail lo call In the I neighbors to help me. 1 was so nor- votis Iho least lilllo noiao .woulil up. i scl mo. ami I could sleep but very llttlo at nlghl. "I was In this very comlition when I heard about Tantac awl askeil my Inisuanil lo gel 110 n bottle, ami to !mv surprise and ilelicht 1 started lo iiniprovo rlghl from (he starl. have taken lliree hollies now nud I'll toll 'von it's wonnerfnl Iho way this med- iicino helped me. The pains my back and sides havo-nll left me.-My I nerves are quiet and I sleep fine now, (ill night long ami when I eel np in he mornings I am rested anil refresh- :d. 1 never know what U. Is.to hlvo a headache now. have a splendid appelllo and feel perfectly well- in every way anil I. want everybody to know what a great mediclno Tanlac Tanlat la sold In l.clhbridgo by John D. Co.; In Coal- hurst hy Diamond Drug k Kfallcncry Slore, and In Warner hy Mrs. N. Der- Advcrtlscmcn PRISCILLA DEAN The brilliant new photonlay sin: that has flashed across tha cinema horizon is going tu sive yon an evening of thrilling ro- iuance in her latest great play-r- "A Silk-Lined Burglar" critics pronounce m fine Wildcat of Paris'1 her big feature Wick- ed Darling." ALSO SHOWING "THE FLY COP" A New Comerty with BILLY WEST THE FUNNIEST -MAN ON EARTH LATEST WEEKLY GAZETTE "STATE ROOM SECRETS" Howling Laugh Producer Thursday, Friday, Saturday HERE SHE COMES CARMEL MYERS In the great ME .Circus Story "THE WHITE SAVAGE" This is net a call to arms In a military but-il is a to service which you may render the cause of Irrigation in this locality by attending the IN WEIGANO'S BARN, AT Proceedt are lo apply on fund for making Many Lethb'rldge people have, on previous occasions, the JancCon this splendid floor, and Inddenlalty the A motoring an admirable country road under the start, LEAVE 'OLD MAN GLOOM BEHIND Mtehd this premier dance of the year. Orchestra. Admlwlon Included. T. w. CROFTS, vv. H. MCILROY, BEN TAIBOT, committee. rrom the story ny wanace Irwin, Which Ran Rccenlly The Saturday Evening Post "EAST LYNNE .WITH VARIATIONS" A two-rtel with Efn Turpin, Chas. Lynn and Polly Moran. LATEST BRITISH GAZETTE Adults 25c, Govt. Tax Extra THURS., FRIDAY, SATDAY Wm. S. Hart "The Border Wireless" ITODAY and TOMORROW "WHERE YOU LIKE TO GO- FIRST NATIONAL'S LATEST SUCCESS Anita Stewart IN A DRAMA OF MOTHER LOVE 'HUMAN DESIRE' The adorable romance of a motherless waif's pursuit of IT'S A FIRST NATIONAL, so naturally brcaklns. ,'COHEOY. A TREAT OF THE SEASON See Canada First, Orchestra Muilo Prices MCi-lSc and 10c. Children's.Matinee, Se Daylight Picture! J ._ -i ;