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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta mow VTFIE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HER AM) SATUHDAY, AUGUST 21, PHOTOPLAYS UIECHMBEOF nserlne Institute of Cansda, held this I week at Banff, the Institute Is likely to hold annual conventions !a future.' Such was the statement made, by Major .Mucklestoa, chief engineer of! I the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation district, who returned Irom the con- vention this morning. It was the finest and most The results o( round cl the Ritworth Oup competition are as i land. Representatives were also there ]loliovrs: from Kgypt. China and Brazil. These J. Wuoo in-al LAST SHOWING OF MARY PICKFORD AT EMPRESS TODAY Dominion Geologist Bowling! visitors came along with the visiting 2-6, 64. Doesn't Think Very Highly -of Barnwell and Mon- arch Fields B. Bowling, Dominion gorern- editors aud proceeded" directly to the- convention Instead of taking ID (ha functions along the route. British Columbia is expected lo get the convention next year, but if this Is cot arranged the Edmonton branch Is likely to get It in Jasper Park. Enthusiasm at the present eonven- geoJoslst; Informed Mayo? R. C. Enthusiasm at the present conven- B.nhall, City Engineer. G. W. Craig I tioa was at a high pilch from begm- Jid CKy'-Chemlst Fred Afield, of Cal-> ntng lo end. Pspere presented repre- ss, at a conference in the mayor's sented every phase of engineering in Canada and all were thoroughly dls-i cussed, The most Important feature was the action taken in regard to the t beat 6-1.1-6, 6-1. oftce, Friday morning, that he thanghl was little or no possibility of !ui enlarged supply of gas from any of the fields where wells are now exisUnt, or in course of drilllug. This was only a generalized oipres- Eton. nbject to detailed revision, but Mr. Dowllng made It apply not only to the present well of the United Oils, Raworth beat Warr, 6-2, 6-4. Felger beat Moore, 6-1, Freeman by default. bent Kerr, 6-3, 7-5. Hindis beat Jackson, 6-2, S-S. Dun s worth beat Brigss, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5. McArthur beat Thrall, 6-0, 8-6. Horning beat Floee. C-l, G-0. Mies Airdteat G. L. Harris, 6-J, In the third round, six drew byes, question ot cement aud alkali water. This Is a question that has bothered contractors in the west for many years and as a result of the discussion of this matter the question is likely to bo solved." Ltd., which he said was drowned Major.Mucklestoh presentc-d a paper with water, but also to Ihe drilling of! enlltled. "Legal Phases ot Irrigation any" well in the Immediate vicinity of; in Alberta.'.' The paper was well re- the.latter well. The reason for ceived and.discussed. said, was because, in his opinion, j the water In the welt had "drowned out" much of the adjacent territory; by spreading out under pressure Intoj surrounding ground. Mr. Dowllng further expressed Ihe! opinion that there was little possl-' bllity of a good flow of gas being ob- tained In the wells drilling near Mon-1 arch, !u Southern Alberta, or in the Taber fields. He said that the drill- _________ ing, so .far done, had confirmedi r previously expressed opinions of his j Calgary Paper Hears Retlaw been- Will Soon Be Connected up So the conference by the mayor, who] .With Lethbridge is striving to get all the possible in-1 formation for the city on the physical aspect of the gas situation to present Duusworth beat J. Wood, 6-1. 6-1. The draw for the fourth round fol lows: Felger vs. Darlay. Raworth vs. Freeman, Miss Alrd vs. Horning. McArthur vs. DunswortS. All games in the fourth round lo finished by Saturday, Aug. 2Slh. In "SUlla Marie." Mary PicUord'i atest picture for Artcratt, now play- ng at the Empress Theatre, plays two roles, the swept and appealing character of Stella Sliris. and Unity Jalke, an uiicouth lisure. One of the )U' scenes In tie photoplay ihowi the Unit) resolves from he drink-sodden vomsn who tak- who puts up a manful if unsuccessful fight against adverse fate. His role is that of Vasco Lopez, a Spanish matador who is first seen at the EMPRESS LAST TIME TODAY Mary fickford A slab of silver 42 inches wide and going 700 ounces to the ton was taken from a mine at Gowganda. FRANK KIRK Musical fourlesquer with Harvey's Minslrels, Majestic theatre, on Monday, Aug. 23. MORE PRES S DELEGATES Here are some, of the to be keen at the Imperial Press Conferen- ce-: In the top row, reading from left to right, they those of Hon. J. W. Kirwan, editor-in-chief and part pro- prietor of the Kalgoorlle Miner, a dally, and the Western Argus, a week- ly In Australia; Sir Arthur Holbrook, M.P. for Baslngstoka division of Hampshire, who founded the Evening Mail; George A. sec- retary of the National Society of Op- erative Printers and Assistants, Eng- land. Tinder them are John Clements Gleiidinning, proprietor ot the Derry Standard, -on tho left, and William Davlss, editor ot the Welsh paper the Western Mall, on the right. Below is ahown John James Knight, chairman of thn dlree'lon of the Brisbane paper Company and edilor-ln chief of the company's circle of newspapers In Australia. S. noy Croft, a farmer living near Butler, Pa., saw a small turtle on his farm. He got out of liis machine, picked the turtle up and found that it Was the earns one his brother had cut ma initials on 23 years ago. .George Alexander was assaulting 8-year-old girl in Minneapolis. Her streams brought the women of the neighborhood (o her help. Oeorgo wag nearly dead when the police ar- rived and saved "him Irom the women. a hotel In Detroit could pro tluce a bed which was long enough for Kalph S. Madaon, formerly t Texas cow-puncher, who applied fo hole! He is seven feet, six Inches high, twenty-three years old, and says he was never sick a day In his Ufa salrl the Federal prohlhlllon asenl at HurllniUon, Vermont, lo three young girls from Montreal, "you come hore. Bustles went out of style twhnly years It was found on Investigation Dial the girls had several liottlBS of liquor slowed away behind lliom. "Stella Maris" HERE MONDAY'AND TUESDAY NEXT. WILLIAM S. HART "JOHN PETTICOATS" This Is Hart's Best to Br.ts. had an opportunity to see a really first-class minstrel ever, the minstrel microbe will get them when the Harvey Greater lliu- streis make their ilasli.v dress yarade over our mala streets, announcing Iheir appearance a" Ihe Majotiic on -Monday aud Tuesday. amusements" at one time was a common theiae for debate, bul the subject was never -associat- a minstrel for never since the history of the humau race started has With the Harvey Greater Minstrels are associated some forty people, all constituting tlie very cream ot the negro minstrel profession, and all the negro is the natural musician and minstrel ot the human race and during the engagement here thev will spring some more' of their ple'asios surprises. ma uuLiiiiu ia.cu siuneu zias er_and the outcome Is a duel. the form ot minstrel entertainment been questioned.. The baseball game. the circus and the uiinslrel are three YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE LARRY SEMON AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT Whatever you do tonight (Satur- ie Bure and allow yourself timo enough for a visit to "the Colonial theatre to sec Larry Seraon, the com- edy king, in his great laughing suc- cess, "Tho Grocery Clerk." It will: forms of Innocent amusement which are patronized by tens of thousands of people who from other attractions. The creating of laughter, the render- Ing of tuneful music, eharialug songs, comical stuuls and curious novelties, constitute the purpose of the minstrel. For this reasoii.'tlme and again In tho professional papers tha performers and others engaged in the legitimate amusement business have teen as- sured by the government that amuse- ments of. this character are not con sidered non-essential. No wonder In these strenuous limes the demand for tho minstrels ie incro.ising until it is Impossible for Ihe management ot a first-class company like the -Harve> Greater Minstrels to (111 oue-half of the dates offered to ILetn. People want to laugh, .they wont to he enter >-soo, 4 uu Ulwterf UferK. Will t j hand you the biggest hour's fun yon aineci' ana nervous sys J terns are better, tuned to the times. COLONIAL TONIGHT (Saturday) Greatest Show of All. LARRY 'SEMON The pomedy King, In "THE GROCERY CLERK" FRANK" MAYO in "THE GIRL IN NUMBER 29" HOOT GIBSON In JAY BIRD" COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Owing to the fact that the Censor Hoard refuse lo pass Kddle I'olo's new serial "The Vanlshina we are re.- Eretfullv compelled to announce, thai this serial will nol la shown. Wnlch for announcement con- cerning next Friday-Saturday show. MONDAY AND TUESDAY SESSUE HAYAKAWA In the Most Pronounced Drama- tic Success In Hla Entire Career "THE BRAND OF LOPEZ" A Romance of Old Madrid, with Hayakawa us the Sl'nntsh Malador. ever had. Plenty of other flne attractions will be found ou Ihe bill. FAMOUS MINSTRELS COMING LOOAt MUSIC LOVERS PRAISE "ROBIN HOOD" In discussing the coming ot Robin Hood1 with one ot Lethurideo's host known musicians the latter said: "I am dellghled tlittt ive are to have a really first class performance uf "RoTiIn The opfra is a con- tinuous outpour of wonderfully beauti- ful music, Ihe kind which, is remem- bered aud sung. The beauties of "0 Promise Me" have added to the ar- tistic touch of myriads ot wedding scenes and "Hrowp October- with its rousing chorus is one of the finest cusembles ever written. The "Armourer's Song" Is perhaps the best loved ot brnvnra songs, aud sung as it IB in "Hobin Hoodd" by a flam- ing forge, the sparks-flying'from Itio ringing airrfl, Its slirring theme is never forgotten. My experience In hearing "flobin Hood" was that I wan completely charmed by its wealth of the cleanness of its theme and Its clever run. I am sure that'hearing it again will OB the de- light which I am anticipating, lor the company which is coming has un- doubtedly won high favor" Probably certain people have for-! gotten that they are minstrel fans be-i cause It hae ieen EO long since they; _ i PHOENIX MONDAY AND TUESDAY Hale Hamilton The Original Walllngford In "THATS A Metro Comedy of-Brilliance AND SUNSHINE COMEDY LAST'TIME TODAY Frank Keenan Productions, Inc. FRANK KEENAN "DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR" A Romantic Drama.of High Finance. In Five Parts. Distrib- uted by Pathe. MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Bays, Mon.-Tues., AUGUST 23-24 THIRD ANNUAL TOUR. BY CANADA'S FAVORITE P.. M; HARVEY Presents 1 AND OCTOROON BEAUTY CHORUS The Largest and Highest Class Minstrel Organization En Route. A Guaranteed Attraction. 15 VAUDEVILLE ACTS 15 WATCH FOR THE PARADEI SPECIAL MATINE E TUESDAY AT 75c, 50c Matinee Tuesday............50c, 25c SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S i Prices: i MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE NiGHT ONLY r, August 28 TUNEFOl A NOTABLE CA5T of OPERATlcTSTARS A 3TAOE FULL 3INOER.S AH ORCHESTRA cf PLAVED3 A SCENIC PRODUCTION UNEXCELLED NOW ON TRIUMPHAL TOUR FOLLOWING TWO YEARS IN LEADING CITIES 75c Mall Orders Now Received. GET YOUR MAIL ORDERS IN MOW AND AVOIp ;