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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK E THE LETHBRIDGE' DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE -vug payments under award whk-h Wilson today approved the majority j said was outside the commission 5 report of tip suihracite coil coairuis-: jurisdiction. Thomas Kennedy, of the siou increasing the wases of contract j miners SO per cent, over prweal raws, miners1 scale committee, tad oroUjst- employed comiAny men ed this feature of the award, he said, arc given 'VoesMerMion rataers" and Anthracite mine workers will re- miner laborers and monthly men. The ji-eive about JIS.COO.OOO in back pay findings. Ike-report said. fls minimum rate of cents so tour for the lower paid mes in the anthra- uuder the retroactive feature of the award which makes it effective April 1, 1920. and the toiil increase award- cite iadustrv. ed to the 175.000 miners will average. The president ott ft lie commission said, at least port Hi tess retrxuctivej annually. Gotham PsstT Ocean scheme." anir-it now bids fair to be- i-____-.rhS. reality in the near future. It Liners .Will Sail From Chi cago to Within 50 the attitude of the people of'; New Toirk 'City' and state towards the will then be possible to test the proph- ecies of both its friends and oppon- ents. Of one thing, however, may- even now "be sure. The project.will iot injure with finality the port of New York. The prosperity 4- 0- HOW ABOUT IT? The Femle Free Press says: "The Herald is do- ing a lot uf talking about tho lawlessness of the Pass towns; but if they can find any place any more lawless than uridge, why, they will have to hustle, teihbridgo.ls known far and wide as the boctteegera' distributing point." And the Blairmors Enter- prise reprints it under the cap- lion "An'Absolute Fact." which is comlifs to tho.Empresa the- atre lor tonight tomorrow. U was adapted from a story V IMworlhy Hall and Kahler. Klnier Har- ris wrote the scenario, and the photo- play was directed by Donald Crisp. Here Wednesday, Mary 1'ickford ia '.'The Hoodlum." motion picture fans are deprived of! so that if some day ehe returns to' the possibility of enjoying her rlcb. ciear voice. MIES Wehlen.; between times, keeps up tier .vocal tra'liifiig the footlights she njay renew personal acquaintance with lovers musical comedy and light opera. j Application Made (o j Board Askiiig 25 1'er Cent. .t j More WOOLFOLK'S NOVELTIES OF. 1920, A MUSICAL REVUE, NEXT SATURDAY Discrhiiln'ajKttg playgoers of Leth- bridge will be delightfully surprised Grain know latest musical suc- cess on tour this season Is to bo pre- sented at the Majestic matinee 'and night neit Saturday, Sept. 4. Boyle Wooltolk's Novelties of 1P20 .......T-oe-p inc-rMses In the merit of being practlc- WIN.SIPEC.. Aug. "l nlarly rich Iu music, and more Ihau the tariff charges for and usuall.v supplied with comedy of the storing gram, were, acted on behalf GENBVA, Aug. announced as probable lit-recent dispatelies, an international miners" "strike will now be. definitely Sedated, should the Brit- ish miners decide'to that effect, the strike was arranged between the lirit- of the Fort William' and I'ort Arthur terminal I. C. Gage In an application made to the board of grain commissioners Canada, silling in thp city hall, today. He asked that the present tariff of one- cent a bushel for elevating and storing grain be Increased ti> one and a quarter cents. Reasons given revue raav tho increased cost of operation bralld led nowadays as whole- some deliehis the ear and burpaases iu niany respects to the supplied Iri the liast iti his many inustcal comedy com- positions. ,The comblnatioa el Rico as composer and John P._ Mulgrew, as librettist is proviug a happy ouo, j( iheir work other years. Fred W. RUdell, Saskatchewan Co- operative Elevator company, supjiort- particular taien as'an Indica- roauct. in th, fteld pt musical comedy entertain- ment offered In recent years. The sumptuous production Is under the o ish miners delegates the Oer- Tfee is from 20 to 30! ,Terage and a companv n's n 30 to 40 mans, trench their congress iu Geneva in Ihe first weeS of August. advantages of: centuries of busi- riesV foresight; nnd energy.-.No iicw to the tie sea with tho -natural jperogatives of New j York harbo'v there'appears the present time to'fce ac- and greatness of this city, arid.harbor I It Is learned now. that as soon aVe'the only of gepgraphkalj the British miners'strike, no coal from cept the inevitable, regard the St. Lawrencia'project as 'one certain to be carried-.to.Tealizatipn.'. This point. 1 in a recent; editorial-.In'tKe Boil'and New Tort'Herald. "Piana ot the ,upper to provide for-an open the Great LaVes to the .maturing; rapidlv. TVith -all .Canadi..' backing the, great sch em e and .With', si rang -a np'por't- from the Btatee of Union, aot' Improbable that it be unshed through another half decade has passed ocean-going vessels may be Chicago or Duluth directly for London or Rio de-Janiero or The cutting tlie harrietVAe'tween America's inlant seas All antic are visible. To dp; so necessity, for orer land trahsnortatlbu. TKe. grain am t mjeal'o'f the'rIJofthwest may be ship "pe'd.'al neariy. late, ports -and carried without inlerraptlori'to fbreign mar kelson the -world) the' I tions" has.cipended first last her own system of In land llany of her peopl' look upon tbe approp- riation TJuited Stales o L'large suzhe for a purpose which the> I helieve eanibut divert commerce I along other "Channels "antL injure no I only the barge cannl port o 1 K'ew Tofk'.Cjty.. I "It.is contended'also that it wou1 the Uirone He travels (iu- fastest who travels j alone." >u runs ruin of UIR famous poet's i ilaps nt matrimony, and as a happily I .sarviaf! (v.-o youag- iters Mr. Washlnirn grew a trifle; Binder tho "It's not a said the star ear- nestly. "Kipllns is A'young niin married in nine chances out of 'en hr.s for clirince fcr 'lirrnf' finrl hiss Jikoly lo go down (i ('rplienna.' onls pep anil snbition ir.li) a R gives hfm work for. And .it's en nu-hor to windward when tho sfjualls 'Xijno and try to drive him on tho Kipling is ;i wonderful master English, bat Ills: opinions on rnar- luge aren't nearly ns sound as those which, for example, Theodore Rocse- held." Incidentally, Mr. Washburn, has the ole of A yoiina married ;nao In a croamlnsly (ifnny FAranionnt Art- plcluro, "Tho'Six nest DON'T MISS THIS B-Act Metro Romantic Also SNUB POLLARD In "TROTTING THROUGH TURKEY" and "ELMO THE FEARLESS' ;