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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'J'Hl'.; LKTHtJltlJJUE AL-ULSI VAUDEVILLE LOST TO WESTERNERS A.MHERST, N. S., Alls- IB Arthur nd Hou. Hugh Gutlirie. minister of arrival here, this mooivps ;ero tendered a hrlef Informal .Ion by the board of trade and c .1 Amhersl al the resideni-e el T S. lacDonald. AL 11.30 they proceeded to ihc de- ot where a crowd of more than 'art-assembled. Mcislien was the first peakcrunil in'a bul stirring ail- Iress, iullonil in. character rtilher han- political, he appealed, for the of all classes to jliek together or the up of a belter L'in- 'iaa. Hun. .Mr. Guthrio followed with a speech on the solidarity of ino Ltomln- stressing particularly thc'clfet- of Ihs new immigration laws ibo settlement of Canada pn selection basis will ijioau. 'Broader Ideals tiid principles wllii :i flpii faith In the future of the Do- 'jnlnl'jD would build even a.f' jllon, I" arsiii1'- .Meitiieir'and the miaij'erj ..D- liiil tla ami detrjiccs loft on Limited for Mention and poiilts ACTORS DRENCHED IN DRY WEATHER RAIN !n "VaEabond Luck" stan-iug" Albert viously aonoywl al tbe suggestion. Wlial however. 'was an inler- j viewer to The rejwl had out lhai ilio little eicr Pan o're 1 suppose II would be like lhat horrHile picture'of Uurne-Jonea't from whieh Kipling his poem about rool There Was.' H would bo Iho. Ray -ivllh Ellioor Fox com-! of llitf screen was a tyaic-al motiun i su wukh is lo be tihown tortay at the} P'cinrt' siren in her nuwesi pholopl-iy. of woman ivto preys on don.' And by tin- way. Viola a at Ilia ahower of rain lo Mon." i ono of tba pivotal points hi the ploi -You sre ihci-c Is lurw. As U was'too dry season in Cal- ifornia white Iho pieiure was being at inade, Director Scott Duulap took exp! company out 16 lhc ortraso groves. (-vampire-'' one ual'l of to Men" in wbirh 1 iOay serliu-tive female." Miis 1 dua't Nke Hie word. Hal Colonial tonight i" Ibis picture. she isn't really She's yn Uut he's cnsaged ress. The where irrigation is 'redured to a fine and with a grower to turn on his lino. Tho shower iiacl begun. Albert Hay ami pretty Mies latter in a j muslin .properly drench- and'dociile cd and ready for eaiaera uctlou, when 5no mn rroiji hpr rower's back Uses, amounting to 'iec.ue "THE END OF THE ROAD" COMING TO COLONIAL NEXT picture with a purpose. ''The Knd of the P.oid." war Btreenad nt orphan girl In love with her {utanlian. i the Coloolal Ihealre Ihls afternoon beautiful act-i before .111 audience composed of sev- finds" Iho ;'.aroES car pral vvj.l known local ladles ond gen- affair wiih another man I'pmoo. ll.wjj very rccciv- Ihe. only wav in which eii. mid when shown publicly ni tho lhc cctfess tor her guanl- Colonial for ine lirei lliree days of '____4 ___.1. ..-III ilnul.llftqit CTCatU Xol seeing any good reason for nav- nevt week, il will doubtless lo uttrai-t (lie oilier 1 uirV-spread discussion. To "lib it she has lo dress Ir. a.1 Spavins of tbe picture. Mr. II. lir.rins cottuni: and iiiay upon lisa I liedille, of the Calfary Mount Royal nun's sensibilities. yon would j College. eaid; full It V NEW HOLIDAY EXPERIMENT f' V Eaid the-woman-'who-knows' her. own mind. "I'm not EOiiis away at. all this summer, but I'm not in j Kort William" Soccer Tern. thanipioM of Ontario, who were uoaten by Hit Winillpes Urilannias. ,-han-pions of Manitoba, in (ho Connausht Cnp malch last Saturday. Top row: Wallers, Walker, Mctor, lloush. Cooper, Draiible" Bqtioni row: Dean. McLaushllii. Seabrook, Sinclair, Green. PUSHCART MERCHANTS Arc Now Selling' Silk Shirls In Ntw York York Evening Post.) Silk Jhiris? -Why not? After all Ml Ull ILLIb UUklUJllWbiui ILVJ "Ibo'leiM. depressed about it. ladcecil 'here's nothing dressier than a ribbed i i ill-silk shirt for wear when one by the mountains or the seashore a i surnaicr. remarks the New York J ieliavo I'm soing to have Ihe hcd for years. summer rincc 1 was child I gone, .away to endure i Evening Post. of summer resorts. Thjs )s i I've only stayed .in -my own bouse 'A'hen Tve bsen "'o Jtusily Lb appreciate It, u'ml the first time, 1 can revel in the comforts '.of home. first idea was to .do the eitra :..bils of cleaniag and make the new curtains and covers don on look at i every other pushcart lias cleared Its dects '.ho merchantmen pt Orciara street., and you'll never bear a customer cou- [radiet Ilieni. Fortunes are being made in silk shirts on Orchard street- 'One dealer whose name is vilheld by as he- explained it, Ihe publication of his name T...-I .1. in in ono day re- icently Jusl from the oJ silk shirtings over Hit counter of his pushcart. Another silk shirt special- ist, whose Identity is known to every merchant In thoroughfare, is al- houses in frcnL of ivhicn his pus] ment of u Soviet Government in Can- ada, and Is included in the.list of Soc- ialistic Associations, supposed lo be spreading the same-kind of literature. Somewhere Ihcro is something .mil they rushed on lo another Sl cr. who had his water receipts lo Bui 6 thai my prmi-.pal objection and Iherc they nnlshed Ihe pic- "ie 'vampire. I heartily endorse the showing of that ii Una picture" In these days of danger to youn; boys and girls. I have In the range of my acquaintances the ursc In charge ot Ihe General Hospi- lure And Ihcrc'a a dry weather shower fit to fool lhc wealhcr experts. VIOLA-DANA WOULDN'T BE A LITTLE MAYBE you. 'sea I'm not a real vampire." Viola Dana pouted. She was oh- Miss Dana. "U seems now to be user] for everything. If a sirl displays" the slightest Interest in a man, Toerc are lotfi of who cry out -'vampireV They nsu It for lhc mildest sort of flirt. "Now if 1 were tu a real vain- tnl In Toronto, who baa young men and women constantly coming to her saylnii. 'If I had knowu.' have hoys and girls In tbo college who need advice that mothers and fathers have not them. I would advise body lo sco 'The Bud ol the Road." wrong as to the accuracy of these! ULUUL Ua5 LleilVU UULL3 t 1 V of all other fmerv to cater exclusive- 1s be Ir lo thc East. Side's conlcioplatlng racreaslng bis holdrng, passion for silk wear. Silk shirts, silk socks, silk these are thej things thai lhc well-dressed man Tvlllj ID Ihe near future. for my room, lo wash painl and pol- wcar easl tLe Dowery this season, ish bul finally 1 have de-hllk shirts and none other There cidea lo have a real holiday at home, -never n season like il, the push- dQT.? will begin with a morn- cart beg rardnn, merchants of Ing cup ol tea In bed '-which. I nuverl Orchard saj-, and the dealer; gel. al normal llmea.-' 1 shall dress I ho cannot get rid of a car' loa-l' or In' Ine most leisurely, faihiou sbirla per shirt. Ihesc days 'vear my best klmona slippers) there mcsi ser-' evtry ehalPiioT rtis1: 'ious -Ihe- ttinUcr with his' i ._ v People's Forum 'ANSWER'S 'TA'BER i. cover that 'new and becoming way of hlrls. i' doing my hair which; I i 1 Bcramhle into 'I but'" Trhich for, experimenlB than. -T-'can I shall read my morning paper like t a lord. "As much' of th'c day as shall spend out cf doers.- Already '-I I have planned several outings to in- Leresting places quite near homo I havG never seen, and 1 Uon'l number lhc women cuslomers on know why shouldn't enjoy ;L picnic in the cr 2. fieW as -much near home al some holiday. f: resort. i I will spend hours m the EHr.lcu without once it or j. beginning to dig up the u'eV lied -we have planned to nmkc this autumn. If ''Then I shall rend a deal. "N'ov not serious, "IUHUUVJUE'' literature 'V but amuBing magazines and new c tiovcis, for aUtioiiEh the high coEt Ifvldg has made me .abandon, tlic outing this summer ycl I can aKord lo provide unaccus lomed luxuries if 1 stay at home. "So I sliall have lota pf good chocolalBB, flowers in my room _anf] cream puifa al lea. "There's soing to hs noiblng utili tarian1 atouL my hollilny al home Even Ihe sen Ing I do will bo the .Tlfat's all. 1271 5tn Avenue. N. Lellibridee, Alla 1920. offertd at.bargain ices. The, front of these oirnlns lo night with buyers. In iho iresenl' orgy of fciiring the men booze irafflc. itf uin church and fail to understand tha very constitution ol soclety ine women cuslomers on fell also to se aTni !t was lhc women folks who swyrriird about ihe couaters. Today, Bome'very altraclive offerings in crcpc de chine walsls. embi'oTdery and a full line ol hair brushes, cut Rlasa, householtl ornanicnls. children's RDcakevs, S.IQ- rlals, oil palnllnga, loys. while ena- mel kitchen ware, scniilne leather pocket books and vanity ppr- canva.s ToolSsh fine embroidery I lovo .but cannot do when there arc but-' tons lo be stitched on In a hurry and slacfcing3 walling Lo be darned. "Cut I am ccrUin llial Ihough I may not gel (Tic usual change ot air. I shall for the Orst time hare a change of and a compJctc rest." 'Jlany women might follow lu.-r cx- pcrimcnt of spending a holiday at home with advantage, though (hey inyy find other -way3 of amuaing ihcinsclvcs. A1 woman university profofieor once declared lhat tho preal of lier vacation vraa reading Bcntl- Tncnla! iiorclB, a diversion which fiho nRTrr enjoyed at other times, while Hie clalioralcly colffnreil principal of a big liairriresslng cstnljllalimcTii con- fessed that holidays lo her meant a wHtn nh-3 could roll up bcr nn- wavcd hair Inlo a simple bun. ladJei1' STMirt artificial flowoni female of Iho 'spciMey leps num- erous (ban male, and her pur- chases were- miule far Icaa j .'iTianclou nnd of the Ills. Tlie Blurc windows of tho hcst haber- !lli tlic" of the etaifl, :-arc 1 thcr illustrations ot these reBtri. lions and a very cureory Invcstig; ilon'oi our universe will ECTVO In sho lhat tne liberty Mr. Lcacroft boas about simply docs not exist for th universe, much less does it or can exist for creature in an. The nave it not, the earih lias It not', i sea has il not and man certainly Ii il not. Everything Is under and go erned by law, wnllsi liberty Is pu ished Inexorably. The leltcr by Mr. l.oacrofL seems imply that Ihc ballot 'is a means tyranny, thai tbc folk asking fov chanco to vole the llciuor traffii; o of business are governed liy bigot dashers 'cf Dsli'-.rvcny anj Grand Flrcels may d is, play not- cos of price Clashing Falw, goods pre-war prices, ami lhc like, but nnd I IT loll env i) co. HuL DIG deniocrac statements. Like anyone else, Bible ..Ju-io 5c to bo nder charges which arc not trite, and, a result, be- placed in a false posl- >n. Therefore, Ihe International hie Students of I-cth- ridge wish, through your paper, to form the public, that lsl--The IntcrtiatlonaL Bible Stud-, nts Association Is .not having and preading any socialistic or rcvolut-j njiry. literature, ever done .the.past, Assdclation Is affll- all nf those organ- zalions named news iteci, either with political or- anizalion. fc Students do ot indulge in 'politics, anil the Illblc Students hold -anti hellcve lhat their elallon and diiMcs to Ihe Government f this-country'; RJO describeil In Rom- ans 13: 1-7. ...Thanking you; f or Ihe placlns of our etUir in your'.'Bpper. rerailn, t, Intcrna'lonalABible Students Ass'n Ocglow. Secrelaiy. "ROBIN HOOD" TOUR The enthusiasm of 'Manager Ian Urowa orcr the oming of. "Ilobln Hood" was pirlicularly in evidence loday as he annouitced'the opening ol Ihe seat salrt for next mornlnf, Said tlie man ager: "I am afraid a whole lot of people don't appreciate (he fact -that- I'm bringing a great production hero When Iho ;big Park" Theatre in New York began to turn thousands nwnj last February at Hie revival of "Hobin lialph Oimnar, lhc entertain tng producer, ilpcidpcl it ivas time t' bring real productions to Ihe amallc cities, anrl lie luss already 'brouglil Ih De Kovcn masterpiece to over two hundred of them. Ttie opara opened the inunlcjual opera season in St. Louis, at Forest Park, where tho world's fair .was and llie attend- ance exceeded iyur thousand al each performance. Editorials in newspap- ers iike the Ilockford iho nurlington llawkeyc and the Cairo TODAY William Fox Presents ALBERT RAY with ELINOR FAIR LUCK Two snappy, tcomeilians in a happy, snappy cun'.cdy. DON'T MISS THIS! A Photoplay With a Pub'.h Also Sunshme Comedy "Ths Merry Jail Birds'1 TODAY AND THURSDAY A Real Treat Thc Delightful IN TO KW thing like tbr ihr.t en trio way of thc .OrcHanl slreti. shirt merchantf. mr-ii of the pixirrlnc That h.irgnin hunt- ers they are JiHt as exacting, just as, an ever. Iho women folks Silk FhirU? 'Of coarse. Rut why pfly S7. 5S street, and (irantl strofi'. or tha rlghl of the majority lo rii-i j llcvalrt. wrliicn editors-in-chief, Is a dearly bought privilege, prized hail 'Hw'nin Mnnil' aa a municipal en- must ot UB nnd w? have UBcrl it inllcrpriFO airl ;IF'K for ;morc of such rlays past lo rid oursclvcH of Rplcruliil pci-rorrnanccs for tho sake yokes. We have no objcuHou iojof llicir valuq and worth usj some ol us love thc jrok-j of artirtir, muaiciil A 1'ascinatinc Comedy Added Attraction RAINBOW COMEOV AND PATKE NEWS OPET1A FESTIVAL MENTI ENGAGE- THEATRE TIC RE. Sat., Aug. 28th REGINALD DeKOVEN'S Wonderful Comic Opera "Alan a-Dale1 The enter- tainment over written.; Eclipses all other '.beauly 'and musical effectiveness. RALPH DUNBAR'S PRESENTATION. -Now ,011 tour is Iho identical" 'company which nearly-B million m.uslc'.lb.vcra.ln iiindrc'ds .of leaBInc cit.les have just ac'clalmed.. 'The'Mcist'Sup'B'rh.Production of 1 i'.' With an All-Star Cast of Oper- atic Ariisls DEBT SINGING CHORUS F.M TOUR Superb Symphony P.iayers. in Company's Own Orchestra Prices S1.5D, Now Selling at Armstrong Raworth's (Christ, but we Imvc decitlnd you i pf.L thr r-arnc nrllclc on Orchard slrrot for "And thai shiH, on llemcti, not a you penny The High Price of Sugar makes one welcome foods which are rich in natural sweetness. Grap e ready-cooked cereal i requires no added .sweetening, for it contains its own pure grain sugar, developed from wheat and barley by twenty hours' baking. Sprinkle Grape-Nuts over ripe fruit or berries and you'll save' sugar. ohjec to rlegnidiiiR yokes and llic llu- nor is nnr. The liquor U.ifiic .has never willing to itself lo law and liar, always jiriviln.Kpa In its riihn for liljorty.. Tlin have iiiLulcrani of I ttial imikos nf lav.- j I Hoy iiiiCii'l lo I'.voru-SE the [laiu.-lihe In ir o'it of (lio lii'ill of Ilirir iv.vcr. I Thorn is .1 won) llian This wnnl ie lo'.-nliy. w'.inl luyal-l to Loyally to IV.ft will of Il Is liy Idjally ID I'lC-l UK by will c.t llir j Joynlly tn lli'i in: tUiilluns nt iuimlvy M.cil (jnr lie comrt whrlliy lilU-. rln lil.'- Rnvrinird by thy'i.not like Ihc iirnlii'i ihny nr.d lo wlold in ilisllkc and nnto the ihry exorcise we tloU'Ft llinii' and to vole 'againM i them Hiitl fight them as long! aa life lasla. Yours faithfully. TilOri. U. JONICK. it Irent is Jinal plain n'ord thai vas: real Men tlrtrvjBt is Gathered [Me M Credit Good at tie TIT 1 YowBfood Without Plenty ol In Youf Blood You Don't Gel Ine Strength and NoariobtnentOiJt ci lhc Food You Eat Vi'hsn lira Ann bfco.1 end ]r. cf in-.r-TOje sir I'w Irom j-iu ----j feel .-mcali, ntrtou je jo-j Your DENIES NEWS.REPORT LelflbrlclEC, Aug. 24, j Kdllor llcratd. j Sir.--Kindly allow the 'imrif rslgncJ a little -space in The I'co-i pie's Forum, i In the ilerald of Monday. August! nn nrtlcle under lhal line "Ik-p.irlinenL of hibor hcglns 0. II. IV In this news Mem it li stated that Tlio liilc-rniillnnal Hltirtcnls As-1 soclatlon ol Canada If, hy Ihe Depart-1 ment of ronHlJercd afl sfitcad-1 iriK snrlnli.'lle anil i-cvnlullanary alum .-1 Iho esinWU'i. I p vf.u it r-ul inoTfl iron inlo hlcod. W.-K-.-.L Iron lhc Uood IQKS Ihr Jnio Jivh? (iiiar trA y0l) fn[ doii yo-j cf bceajje eon i ihe fall out cf it. fr-od list rr.rn a iriU with the ariTl can't Rfhl ftf iKIi nf the hlo -I run-Io-n sM fre- of j ot dingeroui sjnplomi n-ci. the flfih liiorr.ii (fl bark their airenr.S h rjln-irn in, Iiic r-.i a-d iKe ros-ij jrreitfc md s Ao milter r you ir.iy h-.--T' hrih IcHy l- ii clhcr so-called j[ well, owe It to Iron iriitc linrs day after mtali for IKO Thrn [eit yoyr slrcnct'i and s'.c for vour.'df how much hiva You r-Main Ifon (rora On! if V-- jri'J tc .t iJIatincl not fully tllufied ]rouf If your Bank has carried you over the year, your first duty is to up" there. The man who (ioea that each year never .has trouble getting credit. Irivo ttio Hank u complete statement of your affairs so that you may. obtain toe fullest crcillt tti which your standing entitles yim. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA E. E. MACKAY Manager, Lcthbrldge ct Tnbcr, Cr-rdeton and Magrnlh by virluc of a Ciiattcl Mortage given hy A. S'. Garskc nnd f'J. G. to The Molson's Rank, and to me directed ayslnst iiic uoods find chattEls nf A. S.-Gnrskc finrl N. G. Skarr, In the tald Ch.Tltct Mortgages, I hnvc Seized tht following floods, namclyi One Caso cnqincf 10 John Dee re 10-bcUom plow, slubblc aurf breaker; oho cook car contents; one running gear, Hamilton, wUh flroiii box.', one Case Separator, No. 57347, compfcU, Gnrrien City feeder: Cssc Weigher No. 279S3; Case.Wind Stalker No. 13123; one running gear, Dammron; one Maascy-Harris 12-foot packer; Iwo water tanks; one ten-bottom Verity engine gang I shall expose for safe on Saturday the 28th day of August, 1920 At Wecl Half of Section 23-10-19, -aboul 8 Miles North West of Chin, at thc hour of three d: UtliljrlclKC. August JS, 1320. J. SIMONS, Bailiff, TWO GUN 811.1. HART W. S. HAR! in "JOHN PETTICOATS" LAST TIME TODAY Here Ilrand .Veiv Arlnickln ycrean> liver Produced Arbiicklo ;