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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 23, THE LUTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD. FIVE todav at tho Kmpri-ss ihvatrc. wlik-h -Major Henry Morgan, portray-! port at the sliulios for sev Uiiaclion: Dullus fhPster. ,4 ty Howard Hickuian, seeks lo! alter Ihe filming of (he 1 picture. Cay With Uhrust npoii her. nirector Harker eai j but remained at his home n I iiliasizett lo the star ILo nevtssiiy ol nuany bruises. He -was we--. i'miklng the action realislic in the i however, upon his return lo Ihe stnd le-aiul then cave orders when ho saw .he-scene projia- imcras to be ready. ed on a screen. This is bu one 0 hi eauiiTUK iihotosraphed the Ibis wcnns of "Maitas. i wh ch from various Needless! will tie shown at the Colonial theatre llwvanl llickmau did not re-'for Ihreo daya. commencing today. Refers lo Toronto's Splendid this war was worthy ot your his War Busy Time spoken too kindly. Mr I'nr Prince Premier. ot liio icoJesl part which I _ I ivas (o play on active service on I Iho western front. That esperieu.ce TOnO-XTO, Aug. His lloyali remain. I believe. Hie most valued Highness, the Frinco ot Wale-5, hat or me. it brought we into dose become a soldier again, lit reached wflh my brother officers this city today In tho uniform ot a I men. not the '.east with Ihose of captain o( the Grenadier Guards. H j ite Canadian corus. 1 think near- was tho first occasion since landing t naj( strength of that corps was this sido ot the Atlantic that tho round. as you have said, by this prov- future king bad appeared iu tho mn ince Itary uniform In which he was best (hat known as the real defender of Vou call understand, therefore. you as one who Until SheTilerFrulMliies'M From Frull Juices 112 C'OBCKC; Sr., ST. N.B. feel I'must tell you of the great benefit I have received from your trouiUirful meUk-ine, 1 have been a sufferer for many years from Violent and could get no permanent relief. A friend advised me to take 'Fruit- a-tiveV and I did so with great success; now I am entirely free of Headaches, thanks to your Splendid MRS. SHAW. OOc. a bei, G for trial size ?oe. -At all dealers or sent on receipt of price, postpaid, by Fruit-a-tivej ileO, Oltawi. Jolin King, Formerly of Thi City, Charged With Hccciv- 1 ing Siolcn Goods have suffered disable ian cities as a graceful tribute allThe" more fn Bponlaneous and concerns the welfare of tlie em-1 soldiers Tho address ot lho province ot OiHplr6.s mm W0.MI1 in great, incut Md the homes which have boon i fario was presented by Sir countryside. In Ihis I bereft." .-'Hinirl. speaking al the luncheon of the, Canadian National ICslilbi'.ion and in reply tu the address of welcome Uie prince said: "Dul 1 do not want Ihis feeling c'x ___ .._ mine that I do not come as a str.mser .i.v Q[ War, hut in ihe lone negotia- lo be as I want all of you! ot our great Empire, which we oelieic. wWd] -m lnc look on me as a Canadian, .is I'l-e is destined by Iho providence of UM o( Vcwalllcs_ A future awa'U; of youn-clvcs, as one as deeply niter- lo preserve ior luturo flees UIL-S _ ___t iiiss of liberty, of Justice, democracy ot obedience to Higbupss may rest as-! Hired that in the official greetings ot ada there Is a slroiin element of iwr- part as such, not'only In Iho struggles ness amanB in-su. 01. Mi.1 lhc seal of unily and permanence self-governing nation to Hie Brit- eated as you In the welfare ot he ere I f hi-leinVrscd from which we have d ,o e.ijoy whM, theywon cac not over- r from wc we hi-leinrscd victorious; who horc estimate our debt lo those who fought s full th'rc ot danger and priva-jand more particularly to those who on "id wh" on e'er." occasion, dls- fell. I beg you, Mr Mayor to express plaved "he tradiiioMl' courage ot hi.i'niy deep rosard and sympathy fos we the Dominion. It SGI: ihink of me in j lhat way I will do my best to be worthy of Canada's fricnjsliiii and of >ss from the Canad'a's trust. IJritishers, lack oC a bsller expression, nicanK loyalty 10 ihe Brit- ish flas "nd lo Hritish iu other cilizens ot the llritisl Empire. a Britisher through and through, and 1 know of no place where could feel prouder to say so thau iu Toronto.' (Special lo The Herald) RAYMOND. Alia.. Aug. John King, formerly of Leth- bridgc, taken into custody here loday by Conctables Reid and Bailey ot the Alberta Provin- cial Police and will stand trial this afternoon before T. J. O'Brien J. P., charged with receiving stolen goods. When King's hous: search- ed this morning, gooiis of various unearthed to the value of hundreds of dollars. Fourteen sil'o ilicema'i in order lo woo 1 he Cir... having heen toM she is a lady's il ow the uniform gels him into a live llv scrap with an ujly'gunman: how j with iis authority, eecondcd by original methods, ho deans up a law lesl western town in less thau Iwcno ,ur ho-v he manages 1m m Uo the altar and then breaks up tin j a feHl Eileen Percy asalni Russell. Their e EMPRESS-TO-NiGHT Mitchell Lewis ID a Powerful and Mighty Drama ot tho North Woods. "Children of Banishment" He sacrificed to 11.8 limit, for the happiness of the M-omr.n he loved. GRIPPING! THR1LLINGI THIRD DEGREE" The- human aMe dramatic l-owcr ot ALSO A BIG COMEDY SCREAM AND fJRITISH-CANADIAN PATHE NEWS AND THE GREATEST CHESTER OUTING PICTURE EVER SEEN, "GETTING GAY WITH THIS ONE WILL BE SHOWN TODAY ONLY. Latest Masterpiece and Pearl White in "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER" round trip between the- Iwo cities roun Preparations had Ijet-a made a' Ihis Inlenlcd star never appea tcr ndviinlage. Her rolp >s waitress bride of a college the no'.ver of her thcrin-law sworn lo destroy her ,d ot an all-nowerlul police r a-iccstors. 11 rejoices us to know that in close ar.d intimate association with tbt military forces of Canada, (near ly one-half of whom, came from Your Hoval lllglmeii was coniont lo bo u :nan among mf n ana i lo inspire those, feelings of affection nn3 aiimiratlon which augur so .'.veil for lhc attitiids ot the Canadian people lov.-ard (heir future sever-; 'tin loyalty ot r.ia citizens of To end for a record we, hut out ot 20 machines only 12 slarted. According to 'Plans, too aviators were to laho air at Leaslde conicss in tlie north pectlon ot this Icily, flying from there to tlie Canad 'in. national exhibition Brounds where, after circling twice they were by Capt. James if the Aero Club i where, aer crcin fir I to lie officially limed Ur llcatly, president n UL of Canada. Owing t( O- ron'o was expressed in an address yecn ,lt JJCtlicinc Hilt They Have by -Mayor Thomas Ij. Church. address was presented to His Tloyal Highness on behaif ot tho Can Kdfan national eShiMtion al the Inc of tho cilliWlion at Iho fair. Nolliing Uul.Praise City and llislvict MKDICINB HAT, Medicine In reply to Ihe address of the prov ini-e of Onlario the princo said: nrvi. mib. "1 am deeply touched by the loyal entertained the National Kdltorial terms ot your address and t bcs you (Association for a hours on Satur- to convey to all (be people, of Ihipiday afternoon and evening. On Ihe p: Ihe party had seen on their entire trip. Lcthbridge can depend upon il that It will not be forgotten by .lie editorial i visitors. They talked EO much about .heir receplion in Lcthbridge, while they were in Medicine Hat, that It is evident they cannot forget all thai was done for them and aUJhey saw while iu Lethbridge. Ilirone. Canadi und Torbnlo aro great names. dinner in tho curling rink. Later there were a number of; sr.scchGF, Mayor T' Brown and W. A. Iluclianau, M.P., of 'was tc has given tho plclnre so endid direction" and in the cap STARLAND 41 1 jHK> I LM the weather heso arrangements were not carried int in full and a number ot tho air- got away by a western route and! v.-crc not seen at all from the stand csvclml on the.grounds. It had also hech arranged for Major G narker, -V.C., the Canadian ace, lo caVry a from Ihe Prince of Wales "to Pfcsidenl Wilson, hnt this arrangement also failed to material- Edward JlcCuire. I aajournment was lo (ho lawn outside of Iho curl- HUU Premier, in the ann'als ot Ibc Brilisn raco. Tho loyalty of your fathers. lo Iheir instllutions anil >tno British crown was tried anil proved by Ibc fternesL and rnoal scaKbinB ol deals. J their first ciperience ot a gas "The record of the United is deeply engraved upon the history of tills Dominion. They could wish no heller monument than this welcoming Ihe lo the city and lo the province. Alter Church Picnic The Sunday School and Parochial Picnic of St. iMary's church. North i l.ethbridge, will be held heit Wednes FIERY STRUGGLE "MADAM WHO" AT THE COLONIAL TODAY What is probal'ly the hand-to-hand slrugc'e Eceno enacted hefore a molloa-plclure cam era. is that which takes place be- 'ween Bessie BarrUcale and Howard in one of Ihe final scene, Harold Macdraln. sensational mystery story which mark Miss Barriscale's debut star in Parana Plays. The fikht took place under the fllrectjon ot Kegmald .u After an hour of sunshine Uie rain ing rink where most the visitors had bKJ6n agaill ancl was falling heavily i iieiDuriuKc, Barker, durins DID !uav afternoon, August 27tb, at the bx- t at ,nc paralta Studios in Inerlmenlal-Farai. AH Sunday Schoo 1 children are asked to be at the hall tho the fight is waged i at 130 as making this n Par- lv Mi5S a; Jeanne Beau. ochial Picnic, the fare for. adults is SOc Crre will.he flt the Parish Hall at livo o'clock. Tickets can- he bad from Mr. Taylor or Mr. Kilner. We also ask-for'-jiarenls to help us in provisions by briuEing baskets TONIGHT AND TOMORROW, PATHE PROGRAM scnnins anything treat Canada of today. The province ut Ontario and Ihis fine cily, Its. seal of liuill upon then lahcvs and their and know thai in this province their linsl.aken epirll can never file. "I can not loll you, gent'.or.lcn, in (ho limited scope of a. reply to an ad strongly and how.tjccpb Rppreciatu the magnificent services rendered by this province to Iho fcm- piro durins the great, wSr. One anil men and women, you liavo gener- tnjsly Ki.'Cti ot your heat. Your Iradl lions made It cortnin Hint you would and 1 can lhat your record On-oll. In lalklns to Ihe journalists, it was found lhat Lethbridge maile a very marked impression upon them. Sev- eral of them made.Ihe statemenl lhat no places had delighted them as much with' their receplion as: l.cthbridgc and Coaldale. One. American gentle- man who lias travelled a good deal declared that the OaJt Gardens enualted any .park of its size on the American continent. As for the irri- gated district, they coulil not say too much.. And as'a climax of all, F. K. Traulman, Ihe. C.IMl.'s special repre- senlalivc vvilh tho party, did not hesi- lale lo'sny Ihal the ladies who waited upon Ihem at Hie h'reakfast In the morning al Lctiiu'riiige werp the can lo Ihe ul.en seven oa the ceoni] leg ot thn flight 10 Syratme. Sergl. Cootus lefl at p.m.; Major Schroeder al nolle 'at Bert Acpstii al Oapt. F. L. .lanney at Capt. Cook at and Col. W. G. Barker at V.ln. C.-oms First Again USB; X. Y., Aug. Cpprns, entrant humher 55. latirleil at Field at No. 05 has withdrawn and returned to' 'Buffalo. Weather Was Bad v I TOIIOXTO, Aug. showers and slrong gusts of wind ihar- rcd tho start ol Ihe tnterr.-'.iona! air race tor (he prize of offered by Ihe Holcl Commodore. Xcsv York- tor first aviator completing a senning v Parish Hall not later than hope Ihe Parish will encourage us helping us to give the' scholars good lime. WM. RUSSELL in 'Brass .Buttons' Give The Children A GoddToundatto Mitchell Lewis Shoots Bear. Grizzly Out in wilds of Yoscmito Xa There's 'nothing thai coixiribuies more to sturdy physical development than the frill nourishment of A delicious hlend of wheat and bar- ley with their vital mineral salts Comes ready to eat. No Waste. "There's a Reason. for Grape-Niits LMIl-m tiii.- v. lioi'Cl Park Reserve, where "Children of Banishment." Mitchell, Lewis' sec (mil Select Piclure, was filmed, enough tl.rillinK incidents happened lo mak. n report of them Bound like a page from tho "Arabian Nights." But "Biq Slitch" vouchsafed lhat ho never Biient a more enjoyable monlh Uiau he did "-roushlns in Ihe Ihe Sierra N'evada Mounlains, feet abov0 Iho level ot tho sea. Most of the exlras in the piclure were men of the lumberilig camp where the scenes tor "Children ot Banishmenl" .were sbot. These men hail spent their er.tirs lives in the wilds ot lumber and sold camps, and liey gladly welcomed Ihe Innovation which brought a moving picture com jany for the first time lo Iheir forest One day. when If was storming (on bard for location work, Mr. Lcwia took ono ot the old him for a walk through the woods Grizzly hears are.' common In 'this neighborhood, and although Ihe .camp has not been favored with the pros cnce of a shaggy prowler for sovcra weeks, nevertheless Mr. Lewis look Ills Winchester wilh him in case, h and a grizzly met In a narrow path Munching along on his snowshoes "Hlg Milch" heard a rustling in th underbrush ahead, an a second later Drul.i. red-eyed an [rooling mouth, growled a warning Jp panic "Mitch" !.owls' .305 Win Chester and a solid lump of soft-nose Slecl crashed In-rough Ihe grizzly ugly head. The walk from camp lo tho s.le o. he encounter look a llllle more than ono hour, bill H look four hours for Mr. Lewis and hla companion lo drag the body ot tiio grizzly back to Ihe cabin. When they finally staggered In with Iheir load Ihcro were loud shouts ot surprise.. "Milch" Lewis haij polled Iho lilggcsl grizzly ever seen In tho Yosl'iuHe region, and for several days ihe company leasled 6n "bar" "Children of nanl.ilimciU" will'he She Tried for Ten Years To Find Relief From Restores Health. "I just want to tell'you lhat since I have taken Tnnlac 1 am m heller health than 1 hayo been in ten years sa d Mrs. Ceorgo Hamilton, IIS N-orlh Bellaire street, Kansas Mo recently. ,v "I Buffered from stomach trouble! and nervous continued Hampton, "and was all run down in health. Almost everything I ate seemed to sour and ho in, a heavy lump in my stomach and I was also bothered a great deal will, gas on my laugh at Ihis one. "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" EPISODE ONE, AND "CRACK YOUR HEELS" LLOYD COMEDY COLONIAL 3 Slg TOOW slomach. Al .limes 1 very dizzy siomacu. rtL and suffered a lot wilh headaches nd lerrlblo pains in the back ot my eck and was so awfully nervous f olilll hardly gel any resl at nighl ml would oflcn just lie awake for ours al a time. Why, I even had ner- ous prostration at one time and was such bad condition 1 hadn't been ble lo do ray housework for years nil, although for len years 1 had cen taking nil kinds of medicines, I ever was nblo to find anything that elieveil mii oJ my Ironble. "A friend of mine" lold mo aboul fanlao and how it had .bcneiitieil or, so 1 gol n hoflle lo try il and I vas certainly pleased with tho re- nils I KOI altnosl from tho very first, o I k'-nt on taking Tanlac unlil now feel like u different person altogether. I can eat anylhing I want now wllhoul being afraid of having rouble with ray slomacl. atlerwards tnd I have already gained sevcra pounds in weight. Jly complexion la ;oo4l onco .morn anil my nerves aro ?erfcclly normal again and I can sleep jnsl llko a child al night and gc up In the morning feeling rested nm not nil tired and worn out like used to. I have spent hundreds of do lars for medicine treafmenls but Tnnlac has done- me more gooi than anything elso I ever look on my Improvement Is so plain lhat eve the neighbors, nollce it, but It's n .wonder they do, because .before I look Tantac 1 'could hardly get aboul. bul now 1 liavc lota of energy anil can do alf my own housework wilh ease. I havfi recommended Tanlac lo a mimhor of my friends and all of thoin aro well pleased wilh It, Just as I nm." Tnnlai la sold in Lethbridge bV fohn HieinSotham Co.; In Coat hurst Diamond Drug ft Stationery Store, and In. Wfvrnor by.Mrs. N. Der A SHOW WORTH GOING MILES TO SEE _ THE STAR OF STARS In Harold MacGrath's Classic ot Sunny Soulh 1ADAM A. play with the same hear appeal aa "Tlie Birth of ftory ot Hi bruised nnd Weeding, during fhe Civil a. woman's fight for.lovo aod 1 honor. A TREMENDOUS SPECIAL FEATURE IN SEVEN PARTS. HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR LAUGHS? They will be- served up in a I la carle stjle" today, for today if "Laugh Hay FATTY ARBUCKLE -IN- "Fatty's SuHlw Day" Concert Orchtslra "Sambo's TWO REEL Day" L-KO Komedy ;