Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUltSDAY, AUGUST PAGE FJVlf PRINCE VISITS SOLDIERS iN TORONTO HOSPITALS TORONTO. Aus. The infc of AVaU'S anJ parly spent mornitig until visiting hoiiululs where re- sohliers me under tretu meat, lakluj; in, in succession, v St. Audroiis tioJplCil. llie minion Onhopulk- and ihc Toronto (jcnernl, roluriunjt; io llUlliC [II t'lld O( the lour. board was -tin meeting scroui Thursday iu September. v I Sir Arlhur Currie (Jucst of City Veterans Inspected CAl'GARV. .AtiF- .Alberta replied. fanners will iccelva ul least Ihc price1 Mr; Wood slated Ihut tbe Canada Ihfey did last year tor lliis teuton's wheat crop lie statement made today by 11. Wood, president of t'.ic United Farmers of AU.rln. Mr. Wood, vrlio. as already stated, la a member of tbc Canada train board, returned (u (Uc city lliis morning Uie oast, aft IT spending a lev cti route 'n( this homo aud in tbc sur- roumlliiK country. "How much more than Ihc init- ial price arq tlie. likely to re- he iv by ihc cruian. l'L do not ho replied. "Last year Die mlllors paid a fixed priie ot and a carrying charge of ihroo cents, making tbe total figure' 1-2. Tlio Indications arc and In fact negol- iations arc now on for Ihc sale of quito a quantity or Ibis year's ;it u round Uie price of It Is possible llial llio export demand will KO tomewhat higher the future-, nncl as Uio export price increases the price i Shorbrookp was en f- U ol Gen. Sir Arlbur Curm k j M.G'.. co iu ma H i Aup. :0.- in honor K.I'., ii.r.j __ or me'Cnn-1 WASHINGTON'. A'is. Retail staves (or tlio palo of household com-j ruodiUes included iu llio surplus slocks of the ivar depanuicut will be eslab-] lisbfd Sept. 2o. it was Announced dav. The will Lc located in i Lieut. May mi rd Mies Irom lor- I i THin I M-tt" cow man tier-in of Lie ('an-1 1 AV I I LI ML I U.Uiadiai1 ln Frwr. a dub. Anyway you put It, th I Hill I ill Mi I nil Accompanied by Sir Fifierirt subject is luterosilug. LLU Ul mil Lotimis.CIcii. Draper, (it-n. Hmaj-i. Oen.i '____ I .Vk-CoiiuoU and u number of oilier THIRD DEGREE" A l ai'-O u number of other (Jen. Currie at ttie Car.-! "THE THIRD DEGREE" A DRAMA WITH A MISSION depot and other largo cliies and they will accept and fill mall or- ders. Continued- purchase by the, depart- ment of certain necessities, so lhat llw stores may bo continued indefin- itely ns a part of ihc government cam- lo llic inDJers will be fixed on tho ajnlnsl tho hijH cost ol living Is camo level." (urderitood lo be under consideration. Asked aa lo what lUc of the fidmliiistrntion would lie. Mr. Wood alaled Ko did not know tbc cincl fig- ure. biU it would be very sciail, pro 'a- CONTROL FLYING onto To HulTalo in Time, 28 Min. Towiwlipals palest druuatic triumphs of (lie, late delfaiioii tram Hii> f.'roal Wir) ClKirles KleiL' liad a nnssion higher Veterans' Assoclalion. Mayor tnrininE mlllioii p.m. pvclcoined the disiinsuislicd vis'lsr four aviators the fliElil bcbalf ot tbc city, from New York 10 Toronin in con- Pol ing tlie, reception al tho sta- for the Hotel ComoilorR prize of tian tho parly, escortc-J by (he Gre.it fiwitily to fur rtathibB reformn. I Viiagraph's screen veriion, wUh Alice Joyrc tsLirrel in tlin role of Anuio j Sainls, lacks none of tbe srippiog in- teiiEity of ihe play. "The Third comes to tlie Colonial for ilncfl days sUrlinK ntit! Monday, Sepi, 1M. aud nfter nverintiling thtir machines butl slartccl on iho return War Vclcrans' iil lo Khlbliion erounds wlleto Uen. Cun-le. wllh tlic olber nfficers. "torleJ from yicllms. with its tremendous tlynamtc scenes. I Jis niissian ivas 10 iho cviJs o' tim tben prevalent police iuquiEtiicn I known ai the "Ihird under which by esqutsHe physical and men- :orturo tonfessious to crimes were- loiter froiii.llon. Jolm r HyJnn, trinyor 'directors and officials of ihc COALDALE And tlicre trill lic'a Rood always Is at Coalclale. They invilo you and cojoy yoursell at an old-fnshioncd (Tomorrow) Evening in Mr. M. L. Holtman's New Barn, 2 miles east and 2 miles-South ot Coaldale. PROCEEDS'FOR THE CLUB''S FLOAT AT THE COALDALE FAIR LET'S GO CHURCH NOTICE i of. Walee, inviting him lo hp the guest or ihc city of New Voik. Toronto io Buffalo in 28 Minutes Lieut. Maynanl ffctv from Iluffalo, In minutes. He remained but a United Church, North a short time and loll nRaiti (or iliiiu Christian Endeavor in the ilnirch jiar- cily. IlDturniiiK. I'K "iiadi: record- hor a'[ o'clock this brealxins trip, reaching Huffnlo in 2S Prayer meeting in Hie church nail minutes. ,a( s o'clock Lieut, if. J. Plum was thp Senior choiT iirnctico in ihp church to arrive aL l.casidc. readmit; the air-; hall at S o'clock Thursday evening. drainc nt 11.2S. Following Mnynari! i Tlit financial district. nieeLinR of (he caiue Simon. He arrived ai V.M'J and f.cilibrldBC district will be liPlrt iu Ih llio return flight to Jluf- lalo at. l.lo. 1.31 Ueul. Midkifi anirctl, witli j Sergt. Neville as They i left ou tlie Tflnra trip ai -J o'clock. j Barker's Quick Trip MINKOLA, made the trip from Albany in one j hour am] 20 minutes. i Hecausc ot lUEr inability to.use his left Jinnd, Tvlilch was disablcil in nn alrjilanu ungagemenL oversens, Col. Darker. V.C., unable lo use n com- pass finfl was forced to com mil to memory the rouie of the flight. church on Friday cveninj. Firsl FitUburg Xeiv York National League R. II. 'J 1 '.1 Ir. Ponder, Jliller and Si-Jimldl; and (Jonzalcs. II. K. s 01 Sergt. Conms, Ihe first flier LO reach j Second n. H. E. here Irom Toronto last night, started PiUshurg 4 S 0 on ihc return trip at 0.3L o'clock. i York l OcrL Acosla arrivc-1 here from Al-' and'Schmidt; Donlon and jbaiiy al 9.U a.m. and ttarled on the Suydor. (rciuni trip at 10 o'clock. Lir-uL P. H. Logan, who yesterday in a LD 1-ouis............... 0 Perm machine ami developed trouble i "vooVilyn............... 1 ;at Albany, returned here this morn- Mny ond and Fifteen minutes later he again 1 took tho air and started on the Second H. II. J lo Toronto. I Si- Louis............. 1. o 2. 'Brooklyn............ 2 7 1 and Miller. j First game: H. K. i Chicago 0 10 0 1 i 1 Opschegcr: n. ir. K. 38 1 jo -i; FAffarAll I 'en is the Best Picture Maker Your friends are glad to receive "snaps" taken on your holidays. But how much more interested ihey are'in your Letters! U is your description oi the lillle fresh happen- ings, of ihe colorful scenery, the airy gossip ol the summer resort, and the clever sayings of the paint the vacation in its true colours wilh your own individuality. And it is such a pleasure to convey these impressions to your friends and lo your diary, if you use a Pen Vacations are delightful for "catching up" with your correspondence. Don't court regret by going tway without a plentiful supply of stationery and a Waterman's Weal Fountain. Pen. Select yours today I SoU ky Ihc Bui Dealer} liCtrirmlitrc. L. E, Witennan Co., Limited, 179 St. Jimet St., Montreal. NEW IOSTON, CHICAGO, 5AH FKAHCISCO, LONDON, FA1IS. dale, was remanded ior trial al the :L court o[ competent jurisdicllqii j at Calgary. The accused ivas rclcnsc'U un bis recognizances of and Livo sureiics ot each. There [ivo witnesses for the prosecution. The prisoner, was dctcnded by IX Elton, reserved lus tlc- 'ence. Fewcl lives nine miles west of HcLI.iw irilh his falhcr-ln-law, a man named and Dilhccfcr; Dottou -McxaiHlcr aud Killofer; and Wilson. Hccund gnxe- Chicago lloston EH5S Starting IA ilLIII J r Ira l-CTfcl, Tvho was criargeG sicallns a prize bred calf, the prop- First of John McTX'Davidson, of __ .-__i i _i i I. _ 1 LIIH.II1L1.MI Hemlrix ncrl Rudolph anil i R. H. K.i 4 II 1 illadclrliia...... 3 7 '1 Kllcr and Ilaridcn; Hixcy ani Tra- TONIGHT, LAST TIMES A Laugh iu Hvery Foot of tbo Hvc Reel3 "BRASS BUTTONS" Fealuriog WM. RUSSELL "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Kplsofle Qao. and "CRACK YOUR HEELS" Lloyd Coiuecly COMING TOMORROW WALLACE REID "THE DUB" Maybe lie did look like one but he rescues ;i girl's fortune from two "shark" brokers, a crooked Ifnvyer and a burglar. Come auil sec. nil thn cicitc iiient. CMPRESC 4 TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Mitchell Lewis In a. Powerful and, Drama ot ibo .Vonh A Mlghly "Children of Ho stcrificed to Ihe limit, for the happiness of iho women he loved. THRILLINGI Also a Big Comedy Scream wlch Chester Conklin, Mack Gwaln, fn ''The Tamale a com- tdy you should not mlas; alia British-Canadian Pathe THURSDAY Pickford's Latest Master- piece and Pearl White in "The Lightning Raider" General Admission 35c; G. W. V. A. and families 25c. Children 10c. We still pay the War Tax. FlUME REPORT APPROVED 1'AlllS, Aug. yesterday's mc-eling Ihc anprcmo council nf tho peace conference approved the re- nort ot llio liilcr-allicd miliiary com- mission" relative lo recent. Incidents aL Finmc. H Is understood the ilocu- jit fixe.s rcsnonsibilily for clashes Italians and allied soldiers and recommends methods lor prevent ng a repetition of Uie trouble. BESSIE BARRISCALE APPEARING IN "MADAM WHO'! AT COLONIAL Having ealnblisheil herself lliroufih- out the irorlil aa .1 ncirc.-s of suiircjnc and having cm- aclej many of Ihc most nolablo por- traynls In llic realm oC the ailcnt drama, Bessie Uavrigrale will bo seen oiTllie screen of tho Colonial theatre Tor loclny nnd in her firsL ParnUa Play, "Madam an elab- orate film production taken from the story of the same .name, by Harold the popular magazines last rail. The locale ol the story is in Lhc ISoulli during ihc pcrioJ of the Civil j War. U is not a war story however, v v v v ff v v I but tells ot (he thrilling adventures ot i) n yoiniE girl wTio. throneh lier great love Tor the southern cause has enter- ed the secret service ot the South, and. 'sent info the enemy's country to HOW TO STOP BEING NERVOUS Nothing Like Plain 'Bitro-Phosphatc to Strengthen Weak Nerves and Increase Strength and Vigor. According lo a nolrri French Scien- j- j the most effective remedy lor MacGralh which appeared in one of I nrrrousncss, insomnia and ailments io depleled'nerve force, is a form I of orEanii! ybosphalo known ;lsts 'in this country ns-DItro- Scenes from the great feature of Banishment" al tht Empress tonight and tomorrow. A powerful and mighty drama of Iht' -i North Woods. GOVERNOR GENERAL TO VISIT WINNIPEG WIN.VU'EG, Aug. 2G.--IH5 'cxccllercy, tnc or sliirp, visit on' Sept. 9 next, in connection with Ihc meeting: of HID executive of tho Canadian KcU Cross SGI-' lctj-r according-to rcccJvuil today at government liousc. This rorrcaponds with the date the Prlnco o[ Wnlts wHI begin his official visit fo Best Thing the grocers sells likes Post Toasties It is described as a subslance which la similar in composition I'd Uie phos- phorus naturally found in brain and nerve celts and, licing easily anri quickly assimilated. o[ cri- aling nerve Torce, strength ami vigor begins it is tEken Into the human system. There are reports of g results Trora its use, some show- g icmarknble iuinrovoinent even In promise dis.Tlcr at any tuomcnt, Ihc. i Buibborn cases ot lone standing nervi girl nmls happiness nlirt is pledged lo I wcaknCE.s. As there nre many Wmls Ilif. unii rt her choice pliosplialps, c.irc slimilil be ciercls- IHC .nan n, Her cndcc. i [he i DinCcIt irits IIio cleverest agcnla In Uio nation's capital. Tho story abounds with romance -and the SUE- jicusc'is held until the final moments tbrongh a series o[ il nioviiij compllcallons, ivhich.'iB nisc dis.Tlcr at any moment, Ihc. Btul WALLACE REID PROVES SOCALLED DUS OFTEN IS EVERV INCH A MAN WUat Is a Hub? In Iho parlance ot Ihe submerged lonlli U Is' a man who succeeds in mucldHiig ivilli j wlilch be comes In contact and who Is unable to do anything right. U also suggests one who docs lila work care- lessly or hear of people "dubbinp along" al some given lask. Probably tbc best synonym for. dub 1a what 13 cbmoionly known aa "a poor Anyway, >I you want lo fiird whal n dub 13 rCRlly like, see "The Dub." the picture in which Wallace Tic Id will appear al HLarlaml tomorrow ami Thursday, Otldly cnougli, in the end, star proves lhat ho iSn'l n flub af- ler all and the story rounds out In 16 a decidedly interesting series of'com- with a surprising finish. Anil Lhorc Is Invo In Jt. N'o dub rnuM lal] to pet mixed iip In n loVc jiftalr. In farl. Ronlc ncoplo say lhat to be one must he in love; oth- ers say Lbai it you riro not hi love yon pbale. U is sold by Illglnbotham Co.. in Lethhrtdgc and all SERATHOL IS FINE FOR INDIGESTION SAYS DR. PARISH Since llic publication ol Dr. ifilw Tarnsh's Tccoinmondatlon ol ordinary eoralhol (or ludlRCSIIon. E'BI ncldliy and dyspepsia, il has von Instant [avor wlih scores of dyspeptics all over ihe country. Wien j-ou have Ihal "big lump In llio stoniach" (celing or ViclcLIng, EM or bad breath from an upset stomach, just (alee a Iittl6 ordinary Ecralbol, one minute by Ihe WAtcli anil yon'U probably say what others h'avc sBlil: "Scraihol works llko magic." At any la harmless, 1o lake and ran bo obt.llHLVl at trlninir cost from Illglnholhnni ft Co. In Ltlhlirlilg'j, nnrt at all Ilr.st class f? Xol until we had first shown the picture at Jlonday's mitioeft did we know HOW REALLY WONDERFUL IT IS. If .we hail told you It was as grr_-.t QB "THE BIRTH. OF A NATION" before some of you liatl seen it. you would have been apt to discredit our slatcmenl. BUT NOW SOME OF YOU HAVE'SEEN IT WE KNOW YOU ARE ALREADY TALKING ABOUT IT. WE KNOW YOU WILL ADMIT IT IS A MASTERPIECE. IT'S ONE OF THE BEST PICTURES WE HAVE EVEH OFFERED YOU (and (hat's a. tall statement) TKe Coloninl Mnnageinenl. 4 AND THE PICTURE IS BESSIE BARRISCALE In Harold Marvcllo'ia Classic of Iho Sunny South 'MADAM At least firs jieoplc take II. (he moat esdllng acllon ever seen n picture. QEE IT- -SEE IT TON1GHT- -SEE IT nnil it you don't enjoy It, we'll refund your money. FATTY ARBUCKLF. in "FATTY'S SUITLESS DAY" UKOKOMEDY SCREAM "SAMBO'S WEDDING DAY" 'LATEST WEEKLY GAZETTE AND OTHKR FEATURES Concert Orchestra 35c and lOc TODAY AND WED. COLONIAL TODAY AND WED.