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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TI1K LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE K. A. NVesl Wins Adams al Traps By Score of -13 Out of 50 The larscst crowd of UK- seasnn. lin'.h shoulera and siwiKTurs, >vere s ?t ihe xrouuds of the Uun Henderson Park on t.'hil" i'.l iiy afHT- noon, when the final shoot of ;hc sea- son was held arid the club rhsmpios- Fhip (or 1520 decided. Mr. K. A. West si: ol ['oalhnrst won the cl event anil Is entitled (o j Adnms Cup lor one year. hold the Tht .-core there were CURUKNT CANADIAN LOANS ON INCREASE! OTTAWA, Aug. (CluaJhn loans by banks in. .1 show a further Increase ot au-. i.viely fll'.OOO.QCK) during July, to the bank statement for lonih issued today by the de- o! finance. Call loan? IIM rdiiiinae to increase. The gala over June was about De- mand were -ver and n de- i rvise was aUo showii in Dominion. Note circulation incret-jied by four millions over, Total assets in July were J3.066.- S-H.-m analnfl 33.091.G74.9ll in June and in 191S.. Toial liabilities, in 1S20 were J2.77S.- June IS20. and Jnlv 52.009.SS0.5JS. for thl.i event hi eight If: .l.'Dako; 17 K. O. Fllrilloy 1s H. Pilling 'S K. A. West............ !'l il II.1'Wiaa.............. !7 11 Sharer x 1" '-S Bate -w- i'' '3 >l K. JT 14 Tot. THE DESTRUCTION OF MOSQUITOES SMALL VOTE ON SHELTER BY-LAW Practically no illicre.n is be- ing taken t'jJay in the fur a shelter, Al iwi-'ve o'ckick Ihe total vote .-tooi M uu tho soulhsule four on the north side. Tin: polls will be until oisli1. o'clock tonight The siii1 o[ thi1 vole does not inatKL bat i! two-thirds of those voting do no! favor a by. law fur a shelter. Ixits- briise will luve lo worry slong what it now posrcsses. Argos Represent Canada TOHOXTO. Aug. Canada la la this event by Ihe "Jun- ior" four of the Argonaut (lowing club of Toronto. By winuicg the lour oared event at Ibo Canadian Henley., SI. ('Jlh.iiines on July 31. this crew selected by the Olympic commit- tei: :is lies', qualified lo make the trip lo Antwerp. End of the Road" has alrejsjr been showu in (lie east, and hero under the auspices o! the not onlr A few When anybody idvisfs a youus sirl LUUSl promiscuous kisains, there aro ILoso who ihoul iiivelgh against llii> Van ideas of maidenly, modesty aud rc- Caiiadinn national cdutKll for com batuus venereal Ciseites. A number ol vvcll-tuaiu local citi who Lava sceii it endorse u heart Illy. K. K. Eve-rail, for example, says lu part: think every youiis mail aud woman should sec this pldure, rlud of the Road.1 It IB a parent's i duly lo see il. Tbo pleturo nels forlh' the trulh in a cbasle manner." ilEO becomes. A seuaatlor, iii Ihe Jazz- [cat cabaret JuMae inakpa In bcsiuesa, but I PUntp Ihc lair daugliter of n young hero In 'The Diacln1 tils.new iili-lure. U will he shown, at Ihe Kuivress theatre lo ,l.iy and balaucd o! the week. prclty Hebe us liU jtirlm-r.-Wallle demcitslrales himself an excellent daucer. Dy -day ho JUB factory. Special matinees bit given each day ui uud evonluK shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Arbuckle Has Fine i Role In New Comedy "The A r.-irls telegram alleges that thej Pasteur Institute has conferred a new; heuefll ou mankind by devising a bel-j way of dealing wiib mosquiioes., aud The contest for doubles was won by Musif.iiioes seldom travel far, W. Daio a score of 13 broken out breed only in Yrater. Those whtchi of the Fhr.iwn. jilasne us in our towns and celtle- .The other events by T.t Klder. J. Taylor. F. Risle.r. Dr. Iloni- Iuir. ,1. KrnMckEOii, and Dr. Mryans. ure nlmosl always thn produce i ihe. ilnmo.dlalc' neighbirbood. K. D. Johnson, The femnle uitisqviilo lays her eggs in water and chooses the nearest 1 Cm C3L The day was not ideal for clay tar-; ponrls or ditches, rainpools, the basins! pel shoolins as Uio north wind inter- of fountains, water-butts, or I'ODfidcrably wllh the targels.: collections of wnter In old bol-; ej-.i'ecially those thrown al a .sharp, ties and tins, or sagging rain-glitters, j KJfl UTisle, -The farriers of malaria to prefer] Mr. K. D. Johnson acted a? icfeiee. Iho Quantities of water, and This closed the season's and much prevention f-an he achieved by j judging from the numbcr'of beginner.'.- gutters Knd re.niovlng bot-1 will have a large neit year. CANADIAN SHIPPERS MUST EE CAREFUL IX AUSTRALIAN KXl'ORTS OTTAWA. Aug. depart nienfof Irade and tLmnierce lias re-' apertures o! their air-lubes Into reived' su intimation'from the UK- atmosphere periFii by or Unl there are always possible breed- iur. iilat'o.H which cannot be removed or protected by wire gauze apainst the cccess of the ripe females. It has been.found useful '.n cover theje ailh a film of oil, increases the surface tension of the water. The larvae, although' aquatic, are air- breathers, end If unable to thrust the the. It may .ho that one can be ac- ir.ir-ijd of bavins old-fashiuneil notions who1.! one poliils out the peril of in- .discriminate osculalion. Vet. apart from all questions of maidenly raodcs- ty, venereal disease otten lurks in u kiss, Kud this alone Is u stnins prouud warning adjust indul-1. ;rcnces.ol affection. This jiolnt, and others -iro broupbt i out vita in "The Kmi of the an unusual typo of showing al tbd Colonial theatre ou Monday, Tuc.sdiy and Wed- ne.sday next week. "The of the Hoad" presolils. will] the human; interest, thrill aud of an: j exi cptiunally clever uroduc- (lion, the most crushing iiLdiclmeot otj free love and ol 10051 ins 'hut was i ever nv.de. It shows all the conse- i i most cvnical soil or (Unehter of Ihe j DPirV DY1DI7 'primrose path think, and Ihink deep 1 KtlU IN KUhSt. !ly. (Handsome Walllc Showc 'Em In l ''The Fool'1 tho hero, Injects somo of ilio pep thai mi, a star Inthe dance and brings Jones Jugs to life Clnra Kennedy adapted the.picture from a'magazine serial b'V.IIenry Pay- noli Dowst.. Earn Wood" directed, and It Is a Paramount Artcraft'litlrielloa. "BRINGING? UP FATHER" AT' THE' COLONIAL THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Latest Vehicle Packed With Laughs After playiug variety of ranging fram a member of the Salva- tion Army to aclor. Fiitly Arbuckle has again come forward. Ibis limo ID the role of a fireman, his latest ParamouKt-Arbuchle comedy, "The A big double-header-comedy event ;and a'corking flue llve-acl special tea- I tnre will make uy the nhow'at Iho Co- roles i lonial for l-'rldaj- n'nd.Qnlurday. Atoii the (ill! will te the nrst of the "bringing Father'.1 -fllipnslcal comedies of the ueasuu. -.Manager Len llrown, with' a lioen eye" to'giving his patrons tbo absolulo best il Is pos- !e sevsirs, has Recurcd the es- cluBivo rights for to show tho fauiouo "Jigss and Maggie" pic- tures. They.ero NOT csrtoonB, but are real honest lo goodness movies played by. an all-star comedy cast, headed by Johnny Roy, the Broadway. comedian, as Margaret Filz-i and. j lovabk1 couple. "Jlggs in Society' is ihe. Nile of Iho flrft comedy anc It's u bowler. Thi'58 i-omeOlei fit Ihe iHislllve latest contrllatlon of movies to ihe art of Ktug. cud Colonial patrons may eipei.: something eilru good in them. Second on Friday and SaturdJV-'! monster show will be another of tbi- famous Vllagraph comedies, entitled "Throbs mid with the famous Vitagraph couiedluns.' Montgomery and Stone. In the lead. This MOIK is a fealnre. The SejnOD edy Ehowa last nt (lolonljl was made by VHusraph. This alone is guarantee enough "Throbs umi Thrills" will-be u gloom-chaser. "Tho Hath She Chose." a itarlllnc dramatic thriller, wll! to tha feature on Ihe hill. In IMe, tAnn Cornwall, tho new Universal etirr, assumes U Is.a fine picture. With a shuw like this lined up fur Friday aud Saturday tha Colonial, should be Ihe .Mecca for theatre- goers. Tlio slorr. In the Iwnds of any bill j hisli-flass 0251, lo.5e Its value, _, him ii Is interpreted wich dramatic Wallace as a rube Tho comes I skill and with by Ciairc lNcw nna. auows Ihe city folks Roj, as. Adnms. Calgary's lir-st niailun picture star, who was etilicaled at St. j College, and lilcliard llenneil, 'one of Ihe. most forceful urtora on Ihe silenl i the speaking slHge. l There are many asaccls of Ihe so- c-iat evil which' tin1 drama deals I ivich. frankly and remorselessly. "Toe j Trie Right Hon. Lord Desbarougli, K.C.V.O. Tlle Lord Dcsborough Ylie'Thc- oil, however, spoils Ihe water cimjlre builder and effect that owlng'to 3reat dlfliculllex