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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TfiK LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Government Has Not Keen Liv- ing Up To II in All Cases Say Delegates EDMONTON', Aug. erenfo to tho 44-hour wcefc wa citled upon by the Amalgamated Un- ion ct Postal Workers at their cou-, ventiou session this morning. Coin- j plaint has come from a number of 1 soa'rces that observance of tbt i department's Instructions was fsrj from being general, men In a number] of localities sorting lonpr hours, due j BELGtAN SUES OFFICER to local conditions. The convention Jelt that it was a situation that could I Mademoiselle Marletto Hoards not be tolerated, ami passed a resolu-J0' Brussels, who has to Toroi.lo tion to that effect which was carrwJ sue CapL Walter Wood Mckeown. unanimously. Another matter of I M.C., for alleged breach of promise, grievance which was brought up was Canadian Air Board Contemp- lates Novel Experiment By Lake-Land Route the color and cut of the uniforms sup- plied to transfer men at the railway station. It was contended that thtr borb a striking resemblance to the German field uniform, BO much so that when the Chinese coolies, were return- ing to their uatira land they noticed decouple of men on station platform, KiWANIANS IN BRANDON BRANDON, Aug. than 250 Kiwailians paraded through the busin- ess streets of Brandon today at noon, eu route from the Allen Theatre where the'morning session of the an- nual contention was held, to Priuco Edward Hotel where a OTTAWA. Aue trans-Can- a3a night, bali nay by scaplaae and the other half by airplane, Is con- i templated by tho Canadian Air Uoard, [the effort to be made toward' the end of next month, according to a stute- nu'nt Issued tonight by Hon. Hugh itluthrle, chairman of (lie board. It is fell 9hat the work of ths board bus now advanced to such au exteut thai some practical demonstration should be given of the possibilities of air nar- Igslion. It id: proposed to make u start from Halifax and to reach Vancouver, R C.. with stops en route at Sault Etc 1 Marie, Winnipeg and Calgary, and j other- places. Should, wind and wea- j ther conditions prove favorable., this I trip may he made in between 40 and 45 hours, including the time o! stop- I pages, but of course, a good deal will depend on weather conditions. and called them Helmes. fne feeling Kiwallis was serwj. rjele- of Ihc convention -was that there, t are t f Should be an change ArthuPr as t uf I gary and Edmonton, ti. ng Ee'I Promptly at (he convention The present arrangement for sick was opened bv p aDd h rt ay for postal workers was thorough- lress bv rjf.'Ho'.vkrd P. Whldden. ly discussed and voted entirely McDIarmld was in the chair, factory. Where a. man Ms genuinely Dr whldden UIgeii lhe ot KIwanian principles and hoped the Brandon convention would prove a red letter day.. Splendid reporls were furnished by secretaries all the clubs represent- NOIETOSOITS ill bis pay goes on just the same, and the method adopted by the govern- ment Is finite simple. Tomorrow Is expected to see the conclusion of the business of. the convention will be the busiest, when the committee on constitution will mnkn_iLs; report. There are a number of radical chan- ges to be made which-are expected to be controversial, but the commit- tee Is of the opinion that most of the obstacles will be Income tax returns show" there are millionaires In the U. S. eJ. Winnipeg .was selected-as the meet- ing .place for.'the 1922 Banff being the only other contender for this honor. The afternoon session taken up-, with'a number of addresses and election of officers to bo followed in the evening by a grand ball and baa- queL Point Out That Terms Handed Poles Differ Krom Those Told Britain four asked It this intormalion was cor- rim, and H EO whether the Holeherik intended to adhere to thf new terms. An answer by Friday evening at the latest was asked for by Mr. Balfour, who cited the urgency tff the matter auil said that ou the answer to these questions depended the future policy of Oreal Britain. MONTREAL, Aug. Cana- dian railway companies, through tho medium of the Canadian Hallway Ad- justment Board, have signed an asroer ment, it is aunouuccd, whirh ends differences existing for some months the companies nnd the num- erous employees of the railway shops, liy the terms of ttie contract tho classes of skilled workmen receive a minimum salary, of S3 cents an hour, while certain classes of unskilled men. such as day laborers aiid certain dusses of apprentices, receive in- creases varying from 11' to 111 cents an hour. The 44-hour week is agreed to, and the unions signatory of the con- tract are recognized by the companies. The new scale of wages goes into ef- fect as from the- first of May last. The contract Kffccts in the neighbor- hood of workers. TORONTO CRICKETERS' SENSATIONAL START LONDON, Aug. Bai: four, lord president of the council, on behalf of Premier Uoyd George last night eent to Leo Kameneff, Huaalan soviet representative here, a copy of tho communique ..issued in IjUceVne as a result of the conference of. Premiers Lloyd George and GiolIUi.': Mr. Ualfour pointed out" that, accord- ing to the latest Information, the. Bol- shevist terms lo Poland fundamentally contradicted those Kameneff comihun- icated to Britain recently. Air. Bai- WIXNIPEG, Aug. Toronto Yorkshires made a, sensational start In their quest of-the Koss Robertson cup. ol the Canadian cricket ghamplbiishlp, when they re- tired the" Wanderers of Winnipeg for 42 runs in their.first attempt at bat this morning. The visitors uncovered two bowlers In Marsdeu and McHay, who.had practically at their I mercy and- weve backed up by such smart f siding-that the cup holders had little chance for runs. The wicket was all in favor of the batsmen, which WILLIAM S. HART RIVALS AIRPLANE IN LIGHTNING JOURNEY i ALBERT-fiAy BECOMES A JOCKEY IN EARNEST Albert.Ray, the clever'young PLAYING jthat-wUen he gets through being a 'motion star be cau make u fery a TesuH of his IJill llart recently smashed all experience hi filming "Vagabond records for speedy travelling. He a bright couiedy lu v.'hlcb he walked iuto a modiste's shop iu, Xew i and Eliiibr Fair ara f which Orleans. La., aiiii .walked o( it j is announced for showing oaWcdues- In Hollywood, What the day and Thursday at the I'hoeuix thea- livogun man was doing in a lingerie Itre. "THE END OF THE ROAD" An invitation screening of the Can adhi'j National Council's motion pio lure, "The End of the will bi given at the Colonial theatre da Wed- uesday afternoon this week, at 4.M o'flock, to which a iiumber of proml iteut citizens have faeeu invited to at tend. The picture, which, will be- publicly exhibited at the Colonial for the first three- days of next week, is circulatcc by the Canadian National Council foi PHOENIX near the Fox Hollywood studios. Uy the time the, dlr.ectbr was ready Unlike ruost Hart "John I'etlicoats" is to abound-in com- of thl td.v. in addition to tellius a story; Winifred Westover irthe lead-' and the picture was dlreqt- M by Lambert UHlyer. Here today and tomorrow onlv Watch for Arbuckle. Bil! i ;sned round- the track like ja Then they returned to the Hart stud- ios at Hollywood, where the Interior of the shoii was reproduced by the to fllm star made u'ropirc'r imd'carpehteit' und II o showing-.that' astonished' thV com: :he luslde scenes made. Thus Hart's speed record. _ didn't know that Tie, wasn't one .eril.: "t'..' A starter-Bent the horses. round,'.vas- as. pretty contest as me .would Tie best of t was such a good a.speedy iorse, vvoa by tv'.-ncci-1 the race one "of inci- dents "ot: this snappy'coineily. ABOUT ROBIN HOOD Tlie; present t6ur of "liobiu'Hood." anuoimces Manager Drown, con- tinuation of the revival begun at the Park Theatre, New York, last Febru- ary, where "capacity audiences greet- ed the famous De Koven masterpiece. Following this, Ralph Dunbnr took the opera on tour, and it has already visit- ed more than two hundred with remarkable snccess. That Mr. Dunbar is able to bring such a production and cast lo tha smaller Cities has fieen recently com" mented tpoii 'editorially' in a most novel aud interesting way- by. sucb pfoniinent newspapers as the Burling- ton Hawkeye, the nockford Republic and the Cairo Herald. The substance of these editorial utls-'ances is that when an American producer with dis- cernment, enterprise, judgment nnd conscientious attention to detail turn-. the money and brains to bring to the smaller cities a 'production ot makes.the performance of American operatic work players all the more noteworthy. Ed- I die Smith was the only batter to make double insures and he curried Jus hat right through until the last one. .THEMANIN THE PRINCE OF WALES NOW ON WAY TO HONOLULU HONOLULU, Aug. Prince of Wales will arrive here for a brief slay within a- few days, according to ntivices from Samoa, received, by the j British, consul today. like "Robin Hood" not just as good asjvas ever given, but actually super- ior iu many respects lo the Lcsl here- tofore U should be a matter of civic .price that appreciation be shown by universal endorsement and capacity patronage. The seat sale opens Wednesday. Can Hair-BeVGrpwrv Heads? Delmay's French Hair Tonic Is not guaranteed: to we have heard'bf cases where ft a growth.- It- will bring' back the hair where it has account ot sickness." Try Delmay's French a -.-beautiful dreasing, 'not sticky, daintily "perfiim- removes.dandruff. .Price, Jl.OO a bptlPe. Sold by'p'ne dfuggis't-l'n every town. S. nfescription special- ist, 4th Ave. and Bth'St'. Phone 364. HEARTBURN or heavinets after meals are most annoying maniiestations of acid-dyspepsia. KMtOIDS pleasant to take, neutralize acidity and help restore normal digestion. MADE BY SCOTT i BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION MAJESTIC Last Time Tonight ALBERT RAY and ELINOR FAIR VAGABOND LUCK A William Fox" Producti6n A .Racing Comedy In Which Young. Love Wins the Handicap. 'COMEDY AND PATHE NEWS LAST TIME TODAY Greater Minstrels The Finest Minstrel Organiza- tion. Ever Sent oruTour. Prices 51.00, 75c, 5Dc in" Ing I'lics. No Suggested by the appointment of Rw'. 3. 0. L. Spracklln o( Ssridwlrii, as a Provincial Mecnsc inspector. STOP LOOK and LI scientists efeimthat proof asre what tlneu are xep. find a 4-t ft w %v 2mt Isage of it inside. No Altim Pure Wholesome There was a good bouse out to see the, Tjerformance given by Harvey's Minstrels at tlie Majestic last night, and if those who -vere in spread broadcast their impressions of 'the show there will be'slandhig room; only to 'be hail tbls clever aggre- gation of colored fool light stars give their final performance of the present timicht. It will" te' no _--------------_ _ a 11 o n required more than IVy deserve. j Dr. thane's Olntnieiit will at cnco 1'Voui tho cpeiiing ensemble until afford li.itiiig beacnt. ccw. A box- all the closing nmnljer on the' .lengthy program 'My.TQ is not a draggy mo- ment in the entire repertoire of (ricks, which, by the way, contains "at least half a dozen arts that are good enough lo headline any top-notch! vaudeville bill. lhe first, portion of the pro- gram is Ufcen up a real -old- time minstrel retting in which tho end men spring a line-of jokes, some of which are neiv, and others, a little aDliqual'ed, imt all arc handled sprightly manner and never Tail to bring a laugh. Hut the capable sing- ing is the predominating..feature of thia section ol the entertainment, Every vocal number is well rendered and there seems no limit to the possi-j bilitics nf their which range Yoin high to low and are in nerfect mrmony. Kncores were repeatedly :ailed for and gootl-iiaturedly "respond- ed lo Oca pile the humid atmosphere. Some swift and harmonious footwork is seen in the various lerpsJchorcan numbers. Mary Martin's acrffballc dance being probably lhe most sensa- tional, flood as was the opening portion it was overshadowed when the vaude- ville section was introduced, conlaln- irig eights acls all (jf which were of IfVjatllincr calibre, and from tho talk- ami singing (urn of Cliarlcw Hefcchnm and Hrrlnn Johnson to Harry Fiddler's impersonation a Chinese ths being just ahoiu clevpreat comedy sur- prise over iciUeii before the local foot- lights. In addition there is Alonxo Mooro with a bagful of deceptive legerdemain stunts; Billy and Mabel is in n act that is fiassod: Austin and Baker with a whirlwind iianco I urn; T .eland GotO- initn.'-'wlifi Kivos stnne pleasing music Ihe saxaphone; and thn Australian whoRO whip- cracking ,icl KfjnKstlonal. Tor var- Jftly Ifnrvcy'a Minstrels have a three- ringed circus to a fer-ye well. A miisk-al melange introducing Uie Ortoronn lhe clos- ing whif-h fnrnlshop. a speedy. Your Nerves Demand It, Your Blood Needs It, Say Physicians. There's not enough phosphorous Jn modern benefit nearly one- half of lhe men and women of Amer- ica, sciontisls declare. To overcome this lack of nf your body that is necessary to your health, your happiness and even your success In life, weak, anaemic, nerv- ous, run-down people arc advised lo lake Uitro-Phosphalo as dispensed in leading drug stores in the original package. Speaking of people who arc easily fatigued, who lack ambUlon, nerve and are ofttlmea thfn, weak and aadly lack- ing in firm, heallhy floah. Joseph D. formerly Visiting Specialist Vorth Kaslern Dispensary, N.V.; says: 'allehts who were, apparently ,ical wrecks, who foolishly Oiought .hey needed only a blood toulc to en rich thn blood, have come for treat- ment UonfbllnK and shaking, their iidrvd force almost exliauslc'l'and fn many surdi cases ol! ItElrorhoaphato hss prodncecl Ingly magical I'eojilc who feel the htat ol Knm- mor, tire and often Ijecoinn ir- ritahlc und will find Wtro 1'hoaphato an inexpensive and helpful, friend. reporl a wonderful in- wind-tip to Hie sltow. It Is R musical comedy, niinsjrnl show, hiil and a hit of circus tossod MAJESTIC One Night Next Saturday August 28 OH THE BASIS OF i there is Mining O Seats on Sale Wednesday A.M. at Armstrong and HART John Christie Com'edy and Ford Comedy j Here Thursday A Brand New Fatty Artmckle Comedy PADI rr" I HE GARAGE crease in the demand from men and women who are anxious to rvjuew old- (iinijition and who arc making j honent fffort to TtctVinie Vigorous 1 wttli a power of j jn for good mojjsuro, coinliltiod. It clean, up-tu Ihn-mlnnlc entertainment, durance Ibat 'Sonotca almoHr'perfoJ 11 H you havon't been there to see, go healtli. to the .Majestic lonight, mid If you They ask for JlUro-Wiosnlinlo hft- don't pronoiuice it good you bad bst- rausfl they know Uifty need an infix- consult tho family doclor, ocnsivc phoaphato. MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FJT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU ;