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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBRDJGB DAILY HSRALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE ATTEND FUNERAL OF EX-EMPRESS Handle Somewhat as idasses. They were those who were i-omr-s those who were going. ?.ud a, Would Aid Production and ,ew That, ho Give Miners Steady said, was IL fact, it cost operators i a uniour.t ot money to' "'orK train ihc raec. but there was always :a populitioii at tae mines r rctiM-fel 10 ihe ilrraW) towing to the. reason he hail stated. CALGARY iug M-Samm'r stor- Coal, he remarked, could be produced ge of coal on the! cheaper if the mines were kept busy prairies means of large storage bins erected by the gorernnuul just i'S the> had erected interior storage order to store cue coal required ro said that In innlpeg. saia IMI in 10 per cent of he his ay dur 6 ibs 10 flUrrotdrs for cue for the west's foul troubles sttmmer raon hs It .mi d roqiilrc convention or operators Hero bins, 400 teet long. feet in session here and U feet deep. Those, ho said. at the und dealers sheds with urns of Ton Tho project mentioned, he 5.1 id. was sheds with c-ornisale I iroP rooft a possible solution. -If iho, whlcli-. ae thouBhi woalu -e meal got together will, ISs raualcl- j purpose. By the means bad >.ig- vahlies Ibe Question of finance. hc; scEteU'they woalu be thought would not he difficult. To; an initial outlay ot i.ul coal on the open prairie, or worthless sheds was loss i L-E Drummoud. re-' In reply to a naes'.loii. .Jesse lioatro marUd ttml the susgestion of snd, i stated that tlie was, that! rtoraso tad realty first been made by the government _would recnivi a Mr. chletcbslncorolilie on its inveslmcnt.- l.c 'mission ol conservation. He thought! not figged out Iy what coacre c the> "ould be well advised It they !-'berts would cost, but.hedid up. e-idorsed the same Idea. The govern-! it would bo prohiqltiye. Don't iet aiiythlnK stop you seeing this picture: also comedy seusa- j POSTAL WORKERS TO PROTEST i WI.S'.NIl'KG. 'Aug... ;w- r........ itlou In toe form of a protest against lion In "Footligbl Maids" jyrovhious of the recent reclasslfica- i lllou o( posts! employees Is expected {to result from tho convention of the I Amalsajfuiet] Postal Workers, to be in Kdraooton, commeDCinj: Aug- ust 23. Representatives p( all postal employee: will attend from all parts between .Spirit Sis Marie and Victoria. HOOD" A JOV SAYS LARRV SEMON IN COMEDY GROCERY CLERK" AT COLONIAL TODAY Today aad Saturday will be big days at the popular Coloulal theatre. Larry tho comedy kins, will be teen lu tho rlret of Iiis new nillilon- ilollar -.'Tho Ororcry i'tert." MUSICIAN ,'Semon will be a foutnred star ut Iho Inquiry as to prevailing opinion re-1 Colonial during the coming fall and winter season, for Manager Ian Brown baa cecured the eiclusire gardiug. the coming ot "Houin Hood" reveuls .a wide knowledgo of the oua eocilc opera. A loc-sl'muslc lover rights to the Setuon coiacdics. ivhich in discussing It yesterday, said: I will bo shown only at the C'olocial "Robin Hood" Is a real joy to a I theatre. rauste lover. tS-ery moment the Prank Mayo, the popular star, will tain Is up brings genuinu pleasure, i ba seen In his latest feature, ''The for there IP not a dull gpoi. in Do In Number 29." a mystery play of joul I sfcc-ls. 'if i fair bail, Prince Victor Napoleon and Princess (.'leiiienLlne. uvo ot the chief monrn- tliink jcrs it the funeral of the late os-Empress Eugenic of France. Roughly Koven's maoterpioce. 1 sball never forget Jessie Uertlett Uavis's sUigiug ot "St. Switfien's CLimea" lu the (ast I act, accompanied by the large chorus and the pealing chimes, the scene being the central square (n the med- ieval town of Nottingham, Not less I appealing, was the "Armourer's Sons" sung it the flaming forge by tha big, swarthy blacksmith, to the clang of the ringing anvil. Ovolhing more picturesque can be Imagined than the scene in beaaMIui Sbonvood forest, whero the entire chorus appear as outlaw archers ana join wilu "Little John" in "Drown October a su- Peru .number. The jauntily costumed archers, the multi-colored aulunmul foliage and Ihe primitive landscape, by thousands ot delicately tinted high power lights, form a scene long to be remembered.- ment could cliarso in equitable rate; BpeaMr.s. ho believed fiic-h a ".nlLLI, on such coal which would ue met he f, a ton. tho operators and dealers Jointly. P" cent, nii.tbis would amount .1 Musi Have Storage I cenls. Operators, he said would oe P. Henderson. Urumhcller, staled lo sivo a discount of nO tent, on Owl if Ihe coal Industry of weslern all summer .supplies in ord-r to set Canada nag ever coins to Ivj planed rid of ibe cojvl. on a solid basis they woul.l have toi M. T. a civil engineer ul Jiaro coal storage. In AViunipeg. lor slated tlial a sbe-.l abotit D -n ttoulu hul'l UfR'tl with all the cxiicnrtitures of inoncv mafic: Immediately after the draft char- ier lias been Etgrced upon tho I'onfer- ciice will- cuter upon a iliit'ussion of the method to be ;idopterl in raising the' funds to oae am! ;i half million i Mary Pick ford Now Playing At The Empress mi unusual style. Iddie too serial king, will start at the Colonial Saturday In his Valest thriller, "The Vanishing Dig Ker." with Harrey'e Greater Minstrels which appear at the Majestic; next Monday and Tuesday. Aug. 23 and 24, Ihere will be a successfully arranged pro- gram with a najvpy combination. One" of the features of the raude- Tilto section ot the program is tba work of Musical Kirk. Among tho re- markable, things be does while using musical Instrument! of his own make and design is trick of smoking, E'.cglng and playing an Instrument at tba same time. Tba stub of cigar U down bis throat out of Bight, the smoke pourn forth from his mouth' as If from a volcano aU the time he is singing and plsying a banjo aud dancing. MINSTRELS AS POPULA3 AS A GOOD CIRCUS .A g'oorl uiinptrel is like a good cir- CU3. it uppe'als to all classes. Tens ot people attend a min- strel snow who never think of attend- ing any other'cliarartor of entertain- ment. This Is because they know there is nothing to offeud or embar- raEs them and they are at the same tine sure of-a hearty laugh. This season Haryny's Greater .Min- strels uses its pwn sceiicry lyl it has .thirty-five people hi th? nrst part, it boasts of tho finon v.-ardrobe ever worn by any' minstrel organisa- tion, and claims to'havu the best train- ed colored beauty chorus on tbo road. Tho modern minstrel show must have expert dancers, charming sing- ers and high-class vaudeville, ami A Woman's Right Is to enjoy good health. The secret good health is chiefly to mslatain nor- mal activity of the stomach, UVsr, dun and kidneys. BEECHAM'S PILLS year, he said, was ono of the princi-1 it? of Alberta, who was again pal causes of unrest- The present, day chair, remarked thai it was perhaps Eenger3 on lhc coal miners were divided iulo three natural that no definite decision c-oiild lie reached at the'momenU Tile reason the ilisciisaioh was to get. as niany i views as possible, on the subject It Iwas arranged that the matter be taken-, up agaiji; later on the day. j Gradfng of Coal A discussion whk-h also created some consideraoIO interest amongst I the operators and dealers was the tiOLi 'need not be spoiled by the tortures sunburn if yon bavc a boi of Zam-Buk on band. This brrr'jal balm IB extraordinarily Ing II quickly cuds the burning 'Mnsatlon. draws out the serenes prevenla t Zam Buk is equally good for.mos- HUlto and Insect bites, blisters, cuts mnd nil skin injuries. An Immcdbto of this balm will save Ton much unnecessary suffering and Inconvenience. Being antiseptic. Zam-Buk prevents any possibility festering. or blood-poisoning. Don't forget, therefore, when pack- lig for your vacation, to include a, fci or two of Zam-Buk. f ,For any kind of sore or skin dis- ttise you will und Zarn-Ituk equally good. All dealers, 50c. boz, 3 for mieation of grades ot coal. P. Ilcnrirr- son, Erumlieller, gave it as his very I decided that there were alto- Igcther too miiny of these. Operators, .'he said, wonld be able to produce a i .cheaper, cpsl if they got to a KAMLOOPS, B.C.. Aug. Pas- Canadian rNational Hallway are still beins transferred across two streams where, bridges were burned in great forest fires C St FraK- a is worked up, unrt'the atmos- iiliere created lu a studio. Director which occurred orer a largo territory north of Kamloops on Monday night and. Tuesday. Latest reports receiv- ed from the district sbow.-that thirty ranrtisrs or homesteaders .were, abso- leKe- E P Dolan 1! ds College Studentship: J. C. Burns. B. S. Marshr.ll Neilan. who produced tha University of Now Brunswick; P. V. Itosowarne, B. S. C., McMasler-Unl; versity. picture, tells us the secret. Best of an'Fly Killers lOc per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and Genera! Stores lutcly burned out and many people had lives. very narrow escape for their At one time sixty fire fighters wore in an exceedingly precarious position. They were trapped by flames but successfully sought -refuge in' the >a fair ami stymie basis. "Cut out some Thompson river. Frank Smith's was of the in the cual I one ,pf his remarks in s'1 the only death and there is no doubt iv.'ilh this subject, "rind let us go; down to -brass tacks.' Aidenjian Fred ;agreed with tlie vie'ivs. that iiatl licyn expressed uy Mr. lleitdereeii. One nf ;the first liiings thr.t would bringdown1 cost of coal, he sal'l was throwing jout somfi.of the gradss. j Jesse Gome stated that lie writ- ten innurnerable letters to the siibjec't, the generaltrc-nd of ihad been that the dealers [better and'more economically dealing but thai if he had d' with the. >UUL IL itu uau iejiiitiijti. LILU t I other homesteaders his life, tod. would FclloivEbips: M. .Newton. "E. McDonald; J: A. Me--! S. Kae, M. A.. Queen's University; Ram; I say momorial fello.wship for F.'G. Young, B. A.. M.S.C., McGIll Uni-j PROF. GWILME DIES KINGSTON. Aug: J. C. Gwllme, professor of. mining Queen's University from 1003 to 1919. away- yesterday after a long and painful illness. The.deceased was j in his year, was.educated at St. i John's'College, Winnipeg, 'and McGill have been saved. His body, lying face University where be graduated in downward, has since been found in [mining engineering. While professor j Iiis garden. Henry and John Andur-lat Queen's University, he' sncnt sever- EOH, brothers, escaped only hv a mir- al suniiimrs oxplorlng the coal lands Moro than forty employees of the Fennel mill which was burned had to cover four miles, of burnins te'rrl- lory, threatened every moment with the flames. The most seriously injur- eri in Kamloops iiospital are Dave Oirry and Fred Soderrtahl. .Qthers till, under treatment but not danger-! tit Ihcy bousnt less screenings and oiisly burnetl are Edward Green. Pal-1 more coal. 1 rick'Noonan. Arthur Barker, B. Hardy i He also deprecated tfie fact that 33 am] Tliomas Long. (far PS liiiiiti i-oal concerneil. tho i tlcmnnO was for double screened conl.' Mvhereas sliiglo screehol coai could A prodticeil for forty cents n ton less, i [J [Double screened coal iJUi.not contain j j any more Iicat units, he said. j i .Before (he Bdjournerl Son i luncheon. Xnrinim I'ljchcr. profc-ssrrr! j of mining cngineoring at tho rverslly of Alhorla, gave an fnleresl- iing ntua what Ihc. i was fioinj; nl the present thus in BK This will drive Iho ga.i, winrl and I !hc ceH-stlal was shot in the Moat right out of Ihe boily. sweeten 'rho bandits then deciirapcd in tn6 stomach, neutralize the excess acid anri prevent its, formation and there U :-nff; bourneas or pain.'Bicurntcd Mag- fin pov.-der or tablet never or'nilllt) is harmless to the stovmacfi, inexpensive to take and tti6 best form of magnesia for slora mcnt (e.r Eciciiia And Skin Irritr- H reHevcs at once nr.d graiu- jiHv he.ili Ihei skin. rnis ------'i (liulrnttit itce K you n-.ralimi-thls. j jiapcr und send stamp (or POSI.IKC- a 1 box: or rxliDftnEOn, Bates Co., j r.lmitfd.Torontri ach It is used by thousands ofypcoplc who enjoy theii'. mrvi's with pjiorc fear of Adycrt. their car. By an order in council pas.icrl by iho Oliver government, llarvcr ilart, veteran of Ihe South African anil Kuropean wars, anrt tho attnal found- er of the Grs-at War Veterans' latlon nf Canada, lias been appointed to (lift po'sitlriii of secretary of (lie prorincliil. burcnu of Information. FtKOIN'A. AIIR. Al the opening sopiiou of tlie Canada onization Association executive today tiiere a gciicrfil of fut- ure cHMTallfjuy (if thi! .1. II. o' one or the asscjcinlloii, the opinina t that Ijciore nny further steps arc Ink- j en to collpct volnntfiry the Ji.SrCu 'iatitiii sliould Lo piacod on a anrl the goiifir.i) tenr.'- of Ihc charter upon. 11 then rl'Tidrjd to t-nnstOcr the draft charier prepared by It Me. Pit- blado, K. C., of Winnipeg, to vrc the services of Norman MacKe.i- 'zle. K. C.. of lipglua, to asrisl In ad- vising the nicinliers of the nfsoc-iatitm the legal iTivolvc-il In preparing a chnrtar. Mr. MacKn-.- zic was then calico! In lo liHcn to tha of thft various 'rl.-.usc.-. On iuotion of .Major P. .1. Jainci! of TtOKina. il was ccciflcd tlifst the or- sanitation v.-Ul accept no rcnuincra- ilon of any kind 'frnm any source ex- cept from voluntary sub.Htrlplion. IT. B. Shaw ol Winnipeg, general manager of the Union Rank of Car.- exproacd tho opinion thai In of thd fact that already SOOO.OM ha-: been promised on certain un-iei-- It not be possible for the to devlat'j from tlic basic priiiciiilcs sc-l out In Iho tncrn- nrandnm used In "Die cast. Ho waa nlso of ihc opinion that It woiiM be ndviKiblc lo have n Aiimlicr of ciiiilcrri on Iho cxocu- HIL! live coune.ii ,0 tu woultl he sat-' NEXT WON. TUES. AUGUST 23-24 THIRD ANNUAL TOUS M. HARVEY. Presents TO BY KIND PERMISSION OF MAYOR HARDIE AND CHIEp'GIL- LESPIE, THE LETHBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA WILL GIVE A fAMfrriT i CONCERT AT HENDERSON LAKE SUNDAY EVENING, AUG. 22nd FROM TO P.M. PROGRAMME MarcS the Stars" Overture of lioeidion Waltz................ Guns'l Flute Solo and tho Frogs" Soloist, P. rtoullcdge Selection Emerald Isle. Irish Melodies" ___ l.: llaslne I'lano Solo-............Selected SoioiBt, Mrs. McKillop Fox Trot "Chinese nines" :...........___ Smith Fox Trot "Venetian Moon" Dennett Drum Soli "Oh, You Soiolst, Vie Ludgate March............... "Steadfast and True" C. Lelke "ODD SAVE THE KINO" Cgnductor C. BeresforcJ silver Collection TODAY AND SATURDAY Greatest Show Of, AU LARRY SEMON .The Comedy King In Hia LOHB, Lingering, laugh- ing Comedy "The Grocery' berk" You'll Laugh Your Head Ott At This. FRANK MAYO "The Girl in Number 29" HOOT GIBSON in "THE BIRD" SATURDAY Adited Attraction to tbo Above Show EDDIE POLO in "THE VANISHING DAGGER" Tho World's Greatest Serial Thriller. Special AND OCTOriOOiV BEAUTY CHORUS GENUINE DARKEY JUBILEE. SINOEHS AMD NEGRO SHOUTEilS AND COMP.OIANS Tho. LarQcsl anc) .Highest iV.initrel Orfjcnlzatlbn en A Oiiacanliijc; Attraction. MIMSTREL KINGS AND Including Famoufr Sinn- ers, Entrancino Dane-si's, Novcl- Enlcrtfircrs, Export Comed- ians. and Vasal Soloists. A. Man a Soloist. 15 VAUDF.vitLE'ACTS WATCH FOR THE PARADE Special Matinee .Tuesday, Prices 75c, fjOc Seal Sale Opens J Thursday at Armstrong Raworth's tl TODAY AND TOMORROW Also Pox Sunshine Comedy Sensation in Two Rollicking Reels, "Footlifht Maids Needless to say this is the biggest show in the city. Usual prices. ICE CREAM MATINEE TOMORROW {SATURDAYS SERVED BY MISS DOLLY PRESTON, WHO WILL ALSO SING SONGS FOR THE FIVE CENTS. ;