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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 21, 1919 THE LETIlBniDGE DAILY HKKAJUJ PAOE FIVE TWO YEARS FOR PROFJT- EERING ______. V WASHINGTON'. Aug. Anicnilnients to the food con- y trol act imposing u line and imprisonment for two v years for profiteering were or- v dcred favorably reported loday by the agricultural commlltee. HrilLsh Columbia Authority Hlames Situation on Short- sightedness of tlie Americans VAXCOUVKU. Aug. Iho KrcatcEt salmon-producing river In the world tho r-raser river Is now barren because the American te i OTTAWA. Aug. story to the sockevo sahuonworld and as com- effect lhat the -British government mlEsionerof fisheries for the province Iirico f0r whcat at of Columbia, the mlll'ste''s ih-i-the Vniled Elates and Canad- ivords policy pur- j Ian sovcmmenls will in consequence unus vr Hitu h-r0tnr river. Washington state and federal official turned deaf ears M the ur.iugs from Canada lhal some meas- ure of protection should be enacted. "The result ..has says nr. ami took them In American ue- Wled whld, 1 have from ev, 'ery lUhins section of the nhov conclusively that tuo SQCBLIO fishng Is over. The pack ot sockeve salmon from Ihe Fraser river fast vea only W.SOD cases and he pack bat M.SOO. r.. J vear the Kraser pack, with only a tev, 5 operating, will not cicceil tor (he difference be hat amount and the figure paid farmers is not Pausing any concern here. In the' first place, it is pointed out lhat it is not within tho power of the Urllish or any other government to say what price shall prevail for wheat' Ihls year. Prices will lie governed by tho world market present indications are that they will he considerably higher Ihau had been denied by the par- ents, ivlio claim lhat Iheir daughter Is too young lo raarry. The marriage license was issued by Armstrong and Ilawortli and the wed- ding ceremony performed by liev. C. fl.SO. Tlio cxiilanation 1.W cases. Vit! Washington about iven 'by eign buyers to purchase commodities license inai nn. they formerly bought when there parents to the not such a large difference in the ex- secured. This change." The value of the pound sterling has fallen from 54.80 lo ?4.12 the poinl Chicago banks lost between anc! JCOO.CiOO yesterday in the drop of Rt Crags- Brllish money, according lo publish-1 ed reports, in Chicago newspapers to-1 BURIED ALIVE day, .This loss, it was saiil. is the dif-1 QUEBEC. "Aug. terence in the value of drafts at tlie rett, 21. was buried ;ilive last Tliura- lima they were deposited by Amer- flay near Kennedy Creek. nines lean exporters and their value when I from la Tuque. With other man he paid by foreign importers. Jlr. Key-1 was dlzging gravel when a cavc-in nolda stated lhat .any reduction In j occurred. lOTls from the United States would Clans For Reception if lie 1'a.vs Sugar Town Visit Nov.! Week {From Our Own Correspondent! RAYMOND, Aug. are being for the reception of Hon. Arthur Melghen should he consent to visit Raymond, and look mis iiie Southern Irrigation project. Thsl he will do this is likely according to receiv- ed by the local committee. A meeting of the Board of Trade Is called for tonight when definite plans will be drawn up. The local board will work with W. A. Buchanan, M.P., and the Lethbridge committee which has charge of the reception of the Puuy NV.'.ufla Hiuvley who h is j teen seen in excellent pictures has been H. Milla's "We Can't Have Every- ios." IviJicg lady for Wil'iam S. Hart in "Tho Dorder Wireless." his newest Thomas H. luce-ArkTatt pic- -Miss Hawlcy iwssesses exceu- itioual bsauty i.-, well as personality and histrionic ability. This is a patriotic story by Howarc ii; nhrtoplay by C. Ulardiur Sullivan. It deals wilh an at- tempt by Herman spies on thu border ,to tend wire-loss messages lo Berlin ivia Mexico and Soulh America and .shows hosv Iheir nefarious Ectemes iveiv by the bravery of on; man. S'.ovc Hansom, portrayed William S. Hart. TONIGHT "BRITAIN'S POWER" Her Matchless Navy; Her Mag- nificent Army; Her Peerless Air Force. Don't Miss This Reel. Kvaijs in Winnipeg that the mentioned, in the London dispatch Is the amount wnich the government will ask of purchasers Ju order to ensure the turning onl of a four pound loaf for nine is accepted in ofticial circles here as being correct. minister. STATUE OF QUEEN VICTORIA FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA tend to reduce prices here. BALTIC ARRIVES HALIFAX, S.. Aug. Tho 'On the recommendation of the min- tistor ot juslico. the sentence of Wai- ter Dromley. sentenced lo hang at Hc- gina on August 21 for murdering his five children at Moose Jaw, lias been cases. circles nerc as ueuig gunuti. i. if it reaches that amount. Thjs ,oss fall single canneiT on the Fraser has n Ml ufM Borenmielll5 of the Un- iiiicV of l.flM cases and the season is M up lo tHe about over. Tho sockeye lhal ran ljmlt of con5Umption will, he Ihe- Praser this year were Imttnui m, assliraca by tlie British government. iaU Thn catch lhal year totalled of which 51.200 were, taken by irar canneries and M SOD hy American plants. A mpre force ul Jllustralion of the deiilction of the sockeye niii to-the Frascr could not be j________ REOIXA, Aug. B. Whtmore, I of Kegina, i close Etuilent of crop I conditions for ruany.ycars, made a! forecast lorlay that Saskatchewan will] have bushels of whcat this year. 'The Maniluba crop, he-place? at and Ihe Alberta crop at The. yield in Saskatchewan o estimated at 10 bushels; for ilani- oba, Albc-rta, tix. Irasjssued ot the-same-na'ture for a number of years and they have heen remarkably accurate. Last year for nstance, his. estimate, was jushels .higher-.lhan others made, al Jio same time, and was .within )00-'bushels of the final goverumcnl report. White Star liner Baltic with returning commuted to life imprisonment. In Canadian soldiers and dependents. Ihe of J. A. Glovnuzzl, senlenced reac-hcil here early'this moinink. She to hang at Giielph, Onv. on August brought 753 solJic-rs, S3S 310 children. IIJUIH. out: to LimiB ol wives and j it was decided to let the law lake its course. ''WINNIPEG Aug. local nfter paper carries the following from its Ottawa correspondent: "The following schedule ,of cash payments, repreacnting the first in- stallment of. the Canadian reheat crop which will be handled and marketed by the new wheat commission, has been approved hy an Alberta ami Saskalcnr- win No. 1 hard, No. 1 Manitoba Northern. .52.15; No. 2 Manitoba nor No. 3 Manltohn nortliorn. No. 1 Alberta red winter, ?3.1o, No. ,2 Alberlii-rcd winter, 3 Alberta red winter, 32.08. "Ahove cash payments are in store at public terminal elevators at Fort William and Port Arthur "liritish Columbia No. 1 S3 Id 1-2." No. 2 wheat, 1-2; Nn. 3 2.03 1-2; basis in store, Canadian government elevator, Vancouver. EMPRESS time Tonight Anita Stewar Human Desire" (IxiiiJon Times) The great bronze statue of Queen j Victoria vyhieh was made sonic years i ago for the Government of Urt'.sh Col-' umhla. is shirlly lo he conveyed lo Ihe cily of Victoria, where It will ha placed in the fccauliful gardens lu front of tho Houses oi Parliament. It will he set upon a lofty pedestal where it can he seen iy" incoming ocean! ships. The statue Is to be conveyed on its 40-day all sea voyage through the I 1'anama Canal by the Harrisin Steam- j ship line, which has undertaken to put the statue, as it were, on its own doorstep entirely free ot charge as a Irilmte to the soldiers ot Briiish Col- umbia fought during Ihe war. It the slatue arrives in limo it may he possible to arange for the I'riuce! ot Wales ta perform the unveiling' ceremony. The pedestal of the statue Is made jof Swedish granite, described by Mr. Hruce-Joy, the sculptor, as Ihe "most beautiful in Ine world." The statue itself weighs two tons 4cwt., and is 13 ffet high. The clay figure was iready for casting in brouze in July, 'iSUi and in September, 1914, statue and pedestal were ready for shipment. Jut, as In the case of the British Col- nnhia flagstaff, nothing could he done during the war. At first it was sug- gested by the British Columbia Gov- ernment that, tlio slatue he placed on exhibition in the Kensington '.Museum until such '-'me as it could bo shipped to Canada. The figure was found to be too large lo he housed there, so lliirllngton House, the Guildhall, Wcstmister Hal and the Royal Exchange were suggest ied as'alternatives. The was decided upon and the Queen' statue is there lo this day. ANG1ENT CUSTOMS IN ACADJA RUTH ROLAND A PATHtSEWAI. COMMENCING MONDAY AT ftTARLANf) EfFEuTONRY'S will be tlie result of the. the U. S. senate restenlny In upholding Ihc passage of the day- I'ght saving rciidnl bill over Presi- dent Wilson's ;yo'to is being awailcd vllh somo jntcresl In local railway circles! It has been stated -in II. S. papers that 'if the repeal wns put t'arough the railwnya in the States go back _lo afan- dard limp: The belief Llicre Is that the ehaiigo from daylight savinK lo standard lime -will not go into effect until September 2Sth. wlicti all the railways on the continent will Issue Uielr winter, tlnio1 tables. roads ;wlll follow Ihe ac- t'on of the American.railways. Local railway officials are pleascM Hint Ktniiilnril time IB shortly lo lie resiimeil. as the double lime which now. on- iaina In 'most cllles ot.tlio Dominion hr.s licen very confusing. Tt is known thai, liiid ilaylighi. saving not been repented, It ivoultl have liten kept on -Ihe railways throughout 'lie winter. THE GREATEST SERIAL THAT PAT HE EVER' PRODUCED. HORSE SHOE SPARK COSTS- DRIVER'S LIFE TRBNTOK, (While drawing nitrated cotton at iho British Chemi- cal Company's plant here. JIf. Alfred llernarcl was so badly burned that ha siiccumhed to his wounds shortly Hflcr. Bernard was en route to 'the dump with a load of cotton when a spark, caused by'tho'norso'a shoe 'sinking a stone, Ignited the cotton 'caused the fatality. Tho horse also 'was so bndly'hurned that It liad lo.ho x Mr, Hornftrd was forty-three years at Je. anil In survived by R wife ntiil i 'llvo children Thft( Invention of [he aulomobi.'fl Rllpplanted the once favqurite horse- drawn coach, and riow'tne aeroplano may, to a large take the place of the automobile. Bui, how- ever science 'progresses, there still arc places where the ancient order o' things endures.and the people am contented following, the simple cus- toms of their ancestors. may yet be seen'drawins..dra.ys In part of Nova Scotia known aa the of It Is see su'ch a r.lg'hl .on the street ot a village or (own. Unlike horses, oxen hare their greatest'strengih in their necks. The drays yoked lo Ihe brows and horns of the with leather straps; Bells tin- kle oh their breasts as 'they long, The lips the horns brass! knoba. k. pair of oxen will walk along' Idsurel.v, drawing a load of four tons. 7t you Interview the driver he will tell 7011 lhat they are easily trained and do their wdrk Just as .well you can .use- them In places where horses would be diffi- cult lo mtnnge. They plough and jlraw logs with the same docile tem- per as Ihey show when yoked to the draja. There are other old customs nlll! surviving In the l-ahd of Evangellne. und Ihese add "to Ihe.adractlrenessof ono of the roost, picturesque, roman- tic and hlelfrlc regions In America. Silvery bays and shores of golden hills and vales covered wilh fragrant meadows or lowering pines or fruitful apple sunny skies and freshening and land hreciCs give health and pleasure lo of tourlsls every year. Uross the Biiy of Fumy from St. .iohn, New Brunswick, to IMebr, Nova a delightful Irlp occupylnj! few hours. Approaching Uighy flap! the Bay Is dolled w'lh Ihe craft 'of iiardy Nova Scotla'n fUhcrnien. fta- InglhronghlhcGapihe homes of the jieopltf, the-woods-on ellher title, look so prcily thai one might (1) The C.P.K. steamer Empress, docked in Digby Harbor. (2) At Grand Pro. The Willows, a memorial' cross and a pilgrim. (3) An freight car on a Digby street.' fancy they were Ihc dwellings of the] Here; niotnldon mountain and fairies. Dfgby Gap leads into An- Basin of Mlnas near hy arc just as napolls whose deep and shcl- were of the meidows are tcred waters cover an of silly square miles. The liasin la unsur- passed for bathing, fishing, heating, and canoeing. Good roads nnrl walks radlite from Dljtby amongst enchant- ing scenes. There are some good hotels In prosperous little and tennis, croquet and golf are amongst the gamejh provided. Tourists to Evangeltne's Land gen erally make a tour of all the heauty spots o( the region. Yarmouth, be- side the sea, offers many alluremenl! to the visitor. A colony of French- Canadians, whose ancestors were ex- pelled from Grand Pre, rMldea In the of Yarmouth, and still re- tains Ihe traditions of the Acidinns Is'the heidavaricrc-of tL' nomlnlbn Atlantic Hallway whic scrvci the entire district. Grand Pre T.-RS thf. site n( Iht Tlllase from which lh> Acadlans were banished In green on (he dykeUnds and the. dykes ktep ont the sea, and a little inland Ihe ge'nllc hills are patched with Injurious orchards. TVolfvllle, Ihft headquarters for tourists lo Grand Pre. Is built In the m'dnt of one of Ihe greatesl apple srowlnc lo- calities In world. The !ile Klnf Edward wu amongst itose who vlslled and loved this It is only a short walk from Wolftlllc lo Grahd Pre, and the marshlands ei- Itnd from one place lo the other. The Dominion Allar.tle Railway bis. pit-chased Iho "big field" where Its Acadlam made their vllltgc, which- was their capilal.'and this has he- a puhlir. pa'rk. A memorial cross now stands there on the site ot the .aiclent burial ground, and a slatue of sculptured by Phlllppr Heberl ami his soa Jlftnrl, of an Acad'r- GREAT CIRCUS-STORY AT COLONIAL TODAY CarmelMrers, tho star ot "My. Un- married "Who Will Marry "A Society and. olher-notable comedy and dramatic; successes, comes to the. theaire in "The Little White Savage" a brilliant burlesque and satire on the activities of present day press agents. Comedy situations are legion, anil the sub-titles are vcrilanlo gems ot humor, while Miss Jlyers' impersona- tion of the star fide show nttractioB of Ihe "greatest 'circus on earlh" Is something new and distinctive in the tichTof cinema art.v According to the story. the circus owners lell to a gullible country edi-j lor, their protege caplurcd on a11 savage Isle, and caused a minister of the gospel to he unfrocked when she, V.d lovingly crept into his bed to hide! rom tlio trustees ot hla parish. j The story Is, of course, well out of. he realm of probability and rcpre- ents the dizzy heights to which thOj veil-'.rnin.ed mind of .3 circus public-1 ty pcni'.ler can soar. That is what] its it so superbly ridiculous audi funny. Frances Js'lmmo. Greene .wrote the] Elory. Paul Towel I directed the pro- duction. In {he supporting cast are. Harry Hilllnrd, John Cook, Dyer and Richard Cummings. Added attractions to Iho hill will bo ihe lalcsi episode of "The Red and two splendid comedies, "Skid- ding Thrones" nnd "State Itoom Sec- rets." The Colonial' orchestra will J offer a now orchestral-program: TIGER'S TRAIL" COMING TO STARLAND "The Tiger's Trail" commencing' Monday and.Tuesday at Stariand fa a serial of Western. Interest In sensationBl weekly episodes, .the lo- cale of which Is laid in soulhsrii Cali- fornia, the story tvrittcit" hy Arrhnc B lldov'o and .t'hirlris A, LOSUC, the scenario by Gllson Willets, by Robert Ellis, produced by the Astra Film Corporation and distributed by 'athe. It conlalns a continual succession f "punchy" scenes and situations; not fust" loosely strung together as a series of disconnected Incidents, hn with a splendid, story and hrllllng Interest, continued from epl: n to episode: in logical sequence, tlng the "serial fans" In continual suspense until the very last foot of .he- last reel of th9 fifteenth episode. Although It is seemingly Impossible W. S. HART "Ihe Boiflst Wiieless' One of Hart's Greatest. A Tal the Capture of a Hun Wk less Station on the Mexican Border. Wm. S.-HartPefces-rMuHi 'EAST LYNNEWITH VARIA TIONS" Is a Scream CIRCUS DAY TODAY COLONIAL '_ A WILD TALE OF A WILD WOMAN THREE DAYS STARTING TODAY 'COME WITH US TO THE CIRCUS SIDESHOW AND'-SEE i BEW1TCH1NCS CARMEL MYERS "The li Little lite CAKMEL which the Acaaians were oinisneo jujaeKcennanTfl m 1755. The well where llvangd'ne was will soon the israce lo at- tont lo go for waicr and Ihe willows irictlons ol n haunt where under which sha rested' Uvishtil her tirsst Have yon ever heen to a Circus Rlde-Show? Of course, and you've prohahlv wrjudercd where they really got Uosco "he eats_em a Ive.T Jo-Jo "the dOB-faccil hoy" and the other freaks of whom the ballyhoo man orated so eloquently. Here at the Colonial today >ou have the op- seeing ono ol the most Tolllcklng, frolicking: drama" of the circus you ever saw. Comedy situations in THe uttie White Savage" are legion, and the sub-titles arc veritable gents Of hiimbr. Cor'mol Jlyer's impersonation of (he sldo show alar ot "tia greatest shc.w on I? delightful. .Also Showing Today MARIE WALCAMP In Ihe latest csciling cpieode of The Red Glove' Added' Attractions< Two Riotous Comedies "STATE ROOM SECRETS" and "SKIDDING THRONES" They're a Pair of Howlers AND DON'T FORGET You See the. Whole. Big Show .for Children 10c. This Bio Week End Show is. the bet in town today.. CMPRESC Ij .TODAY YOUR LAST fcHANCE HELD OVER BY SPECIAL REQUEST 'Anita Stewart in Humao Desire' ;