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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, JULY THE LETHBBmGE DAILY HERALD PAOE FIVE -I VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Mhe amount of The; estimated oil leaso rentals this year is J2OT.OOO. 'Two properties in Southern Alberta, the Dlngmau and Southern Al- berla wells arq actually producing commercial gasoline. The Southern Alberta well produces a gasoline that Is smelly but very powerful and it finds a. ready markel.allhough the out- pijl is limited and is. not sufficient 16 affect even the local situation. The Diuginan well, known as Dis- covery-well, produces gasoline as an extraction from the wet gaa which flows Horn its mouth. These wells are only a few. hundred yards apart in Ihe original 'field.1 southwest of Cal gary some 45 miles. De Wine Wine WB Be Auctioned Off PARIS, July million bot- tles of champagne will be among the items on the litts of commodities to be placed-OH-sale January 2% when aequeslered property of Baron Walter De Mumm will be auclioued off. This properly was seized in 1915 sub- sequent to the .baron's resumption of German the war be- The number of bottles in the bar- on'a cellars in the vicinity of .Hheinis, where.tbe sale will take place, was greatly.- diminished during the war. When General was mak- ing his furious drive toward Kheiuis and- Ihe wiue' cellars were iised as shelters for the troops and the rueii wero given, almost priceless wine with their meals. U.S. OFFICER REPORTED KILLED -TRIESTE. July uiffieu Siu officer is reported to have been kiilec 'in the recent Btreet fighting between Croats and Italians during Jugo Slav nationalist demonstration al They.are--regarded as Indicating] The only other that oil can be ,found somewhere in AlberU in large commercial quanti- OVERSEAS D'OMtjI.IONS SHOULD BE REPRESENTED IN LONDON! a having a discouraging ties .are .cHed aa reasons why. lain productive 'jevery effort made to en- A Forceful j courage the-opening up of likely 'llenco Edmonton's Hoard of X. in its-memorial to Ottawarsays: "The crisis demands that no oppor- tunity of developing an oil supply in Canada neglected: Wrest re- serves in "the prairie'pfoviuces should be opened to prospecting aiid develop-1 for oil and other minerals 'sub-j A-ncw: .brass, band has been or- o proper measure's lo -safeguard ganizcil at Ainery, col- onies, iil-: a 'Si James fiioncr of N'ew'rXealand, thai so many new factors were_ being intro- duced. ihat iipkpily could accurately foretell how imperial and in -.Manitoba, Saskatchewan and- Al- reiationships would work out, but :the reserves from lire.ancl the.ileslruc- Lanaumn other causes. In encourage devclopinelit, the jdverumeut: should fix a maximum royalty on oil." r: .In'.order that the prospecting and Developing may he of a lefitiniate na- ture, the Edmonton hoard 'recom- mends that the regulations .respecting the granting of oil leases be rigorons- coiiiniis- he'rla to iiarveBt the Iflp crop, it.-.vas estimated cials mid railway lie'atls, fittendi annual harvest help conference. usual, eastern Ciinadu is c.xpei't- ciclilo supply- thei'larger proporticuj the iiarvetlers., :l.ow are the attraction. 'ern poiiils tlie fare'will, be find c'eeds the supply. BLACK-BEARS A PEST what. was that evevivoyer.sea's governjnenijshould' be :in Lori'don" councils of the HEAD.-GETS 7: lajc Em i'SOUTII 'July prevalence' oMilupl; huars is '_ inuch criticisni- in this die- Jiclcl. Ono largg black bear .visited tbickly-seltlccl. district, between and at-midtiiglit -fece.nlly. it killed four ducks and bad- 'ly.mauled several pigs. The stiueul of the pigs aroused neighbors, pilose shoiils.alarmed-.the'bear.' lie Na'pnunbled out of the pen anil ratnbl- away iiv the darkness. A few'days ago a chicken 6oop..was ra'dcd in, a shhilar inanife'r by a'bear. I.bcal.eX: fierts in lore :J6ss to account 'or these imusunl forays. ClXON IS NOW LEADER OF MANITOBA LABOR PARTY July appoint- "ment of Fred.J. Dixon, the of the Labor party in, ManiUiba; decision to contest the deferred elec- lion In The and tho carrying out 'of arriingeiiicnls: for; aii.-.-'organization campaign among the-prov- ince, iverr. iho principal features of'the cancns of held and his .wife, formerly .Princess Clem- entinu or to a Ma: drid dispatch to tlie Daily .Mail. She also left a considerable sum to'Queen Victoria of Spain, who ivas her god- th'c -newspaper says.. Prince V'ictor is head Xapoleon fam- ily and makes his home FORMER TAMMANY TALM BEACH, Fla., JlllylS Crokcr, former. chie'f Tammany HuEhcs'-i.sawmill, near N'orlh. was burned to, life ground last week. Chapleau Town 'Council will lay of concrete sidewalk this Totality reported in the advices receiv ed here was ah Italian killed. GOUIN REPLACES RACINE QUEBEC', July Siv Lomer Gou in, late prejnler of Quebec, was npni inalcd'thls morniqg as legislatin councillor for the division, of Sala the-, late Hon. .Mr Racine.. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO GET INTO THE MOVIES Come on .you-Harold" Llyods, Mar Pifkfords or.iWhat you would like i call yourself. On Friday a niovie picture will b taken of you in and on" the Lcthbrldg streets and will be shown at Phoenix theatre at a Inter date. Anyone, desiring" to" take part Robert wr.s nn- plrtnrB.vflll.be made welcome b _p Ifon HEuhnn nf fhfl Phnpni ed for selling "a1 bottle of whis- obEcrved and .'that the holding of key for scuch leases'-be' contingent upon.actual leveiqpment. .TUo ,Provincial; Boat is has ordered Smith's Fi ance of the serious, conditions ihat lave thrust themselves upon the .West and the Toronto Globe in a'; leading ediloriai, advises immediate. and ade- quate attention to the demand for action. ".It ubserl'es that .olj.'- enters into 'opcrallgjil in the in tho Eaif -.where' water power and'A'ielding coal deposits carry so. large; a share of the motive power." Thjs is quite true for hard- ly a, farmer In Western Canada' who operates on any scale, wlio-'does not use gasoline tor one or more ptfses. From tho heavy tractor down to feed-cutting machine power, gaso- line is the doinliiaut energy producer and it can be seen that It its price is oppressively high, the farmers arc handicapped. Attention is.called to tliis coiidilioii in. the Globe's article when lt: says'- "The and farni lands tilled by tractors operated by tally competent to handle his affairs. in an order issucd-jester'day by Judge. R JJ. Donnell, dissolving a and kerosene and the sue njnnctioii granted last March to How- ard Crnker, son of the former-New i'prk' Democratic, leader. v 'The. son had sought to huve his 'ather Hula E. Crok- c'r, harred froin disposing'bt tho elder Florida pronerty i it nearly a million dollars. TAFT TO REPRESENT 'G. T.' R. ON ARBITRATION.BOARD July H.-Taft, 'jtirmer prcstdcnl'of the United Slatea. been appointed to represent the 'f.Jrand .Trunk syalem on the of arbitration that is to determine tlin .amount to bft paid by ilic Dominion governmetit for'-the slock of th6 lail- The .Ah'nouuccin.oiit was made nfllcfally Umiglil' by Howard Kelly, y-rcstdenl of llie Uranil Trunk, sictiilg on behalf 'of the board ,ot directors the railway. ANOTHER IRISH PLAY NEW YOIIK. -July Canad- ian Daniel Man- nix, of who Is at present in will receive Ihe freedom of the city o! 'New. York from Mayor Ilylan.nftcr his arrival In this city on Saturday next, it was announced In the "Times" this morn' ingj .He will he one of the principal "speakers at a m.is's meeting at Mad ison Square Garden next. Sunday night which 'is'lo be held in the Interests of the "Irish Republic." The self styled "president -of the Irish Re Valera, will also speak. f v COMMISSION TO DECIDE -ALAND ISLANDS ISSUE LON'DON'. July .council n the League of .Notions has 'decided to ard of Health to. install Ken Bishop, manager of the Phoeni Theatre. Come on, give' In your -names. Id portrayal of the chief of the air irate squadron, and Carmen s excellent in tbe. heavy rolo. Great credit is due to Jacques Jac- ard, wbo wrote and directed the play. nd to the- cameramen wbo risked heir take close-ups above the louds. "LUCK OF THE AT THE PHOENIX Interest bas been aroused by the releasing of the new Gcldwyn Picture, starring Tom Moore, which will be shotvu at the Phoenix theatre startlug tomorrow. The rea- son for this !o that the production, which is laid on the other side has been so faithfully carried out that the most observing exclaim at Ha realistic beauty. Not alone Is the atmosphere of the old world represented In this Cali- fornia-made photoplay, but its charac- ters are all typical of that vicinity. Some of the principal actors are even foreigners, -This, with expert art dlr; ection and correctness of settings, lends an absolute touch of realism that coiiid not be obtained otherwise. To begin with, Toni Moore, the able Goidwyn star, is an Irishman That alone gives him the distinctive stamp, lie plays throighont the story with an ease and freedom that causes much admiration, Helene; Cbadirlck as the exclusive young noblewoman. Is a living example, of what aristocracy may Her sincere lore, her cold aversion to the deceit, and her airs and manners, starcp her as an actress well qualified to portray such a part.' Alec B.'Francis as tbo old lord, and Rosemary. as the wife of the lord, fulfill all lallons. Her acling is clewr, distinc- tive, and pronounced in Us vividness. Sydney Ainsworth, who hallss Irom Wales, Is seen as the, villain .who steals an opera from the Moore. His screen personality is. Griffith's First Picture For Big Theatre Circuit Is'The Greatest Question" i It He a Tense, Dramatic Story With Modern Characters of the Oil Regions Has tills day of American commer- cialism contaminated Ibe meaning of he Goldan" Rule! A uew light on the subject of faith n others, and- tbe reciprocation of with good. Is thrown on this en- Ire problem by D. W. Griffith in his j atcat photodrama entitled "Thei Jreiteat Question.'1.which will he seeu. at tils' Binpress theatre, commencing :omorrow. This production is Griffith's initial special feature attraction for Na- lonal Bihbiitors' Circuit, and marks the cllmai of a-persistent and earnest endeavor oa his delwniinat .ion of linking-ihe world's fo'reniost .healro circuit, the most imporlant in the world, nnd a super- epetaclo into a co-operative unit. .Simplicity Is Greatest Force Griffith's artistic accomplishment in "The Greatest is the char- acteristic triumph of the master hand enhanced by the delineation-ot a ...____ ___------- in a simple way that makes II pos-] cause for apnlauds his, slble to drive home llie most profound subject that tie centuries' have pro- duced. Among favorite Griffith players that appear in this production arp-Lillian Gish and llobert Harron. who depict the parts of a country girl'and boy placed in an cnvirpumcnt that logical- ly calls for a tost of, the Great Kaith. and Utrills find their way into ihe production -which in sweet, uncolqred way drives homo one of the most beautiful lessons ever taught. filtration Pembroke Collage Hospital will endeavor to raise- in order to build an J. .was Northern Jlaptist'Churches. Parry 'Sound Doard'1 of Trade will secure an industrial 'nia'p -'anil sign boards for the town and district-: Major Win. Ireland 1ms been ap- pointed .'clerk of the'..First Division Court for the district or Parry Sound. Rev. J. E; of. Orono Methqdist Church, will-'become prin- cipal of Stanslead Collcgb, Quebec. An inmate of Burwash prison fell in which ho was rac- on Dominion Day and was Locklear Thrills Big ions depends'largely upon these pro ducts." v This is literally true'and the poin vas pressed home by the slateinen -hat more than ninety-eight percent of the gasoline and kerosene-used ih .hoAVest had to be A Promising Field And a glooiny feature is thai the United Slates is seriously consider- ing whether it will not be forced to discontinue the export Qf ga'sollnc In order thai it may conserve the sup- lily for its own This leads Iho Globe lo remark lhatthc.oil situation in Canada Is becoming near- ly as serious as the coal The.forest1 reserves of Western. Al- b'erta were closed to oil exploration In 19U-and'yet they embrace .an area whicli geologists say is promising with regard to oil resources. This promising region extends from tlje liroken' slruclurcs of the ouler foot- hills fo the British Columbia bound- ary and north and south from tbe international .border 16 the- 51th drowned. Violet C- Ilensou. age live years, Canipbellford, was drowned in the rivrjr, it is supposed she, fell In' while playing. Frod Walker. Copper., Cliff, em- ployed as a brakcmari, -fell off tho running board of a dinky engine and was killed. Kngineer' Sniilh, of. .Trenton, was struck on the head by tho swinging pipe of a water tank and; was severe- ly cul above Ihc Stanley M. Wclmore, St. John. was elected president of thu New Brunswick I'ltarmaeeulcial As- sociation, About 100 members of the Anjcri- caii Institute of Militate Engineers paral llel. discovery of crude petroleum In productive quantity in this territory u'ould furnish the' most valuable asset, which under the pre- Crowds at Colonial "The., Great Air Tlobbery." the much heralded _ Universal feature, with I.leuttnant .0. I.. Ixicklenr as the star, 'was shown here for the first time last night at the Colonial theatre, and more than'- made good the promises of .the producers. Those "who'- came for. thrills found the production fairly alive willi fc-encs aud situations that slopped one's breath.' In addition, the plot was unique, original and interesting in' every detail. Never before have such remarkable pictures been made in actually werejiholo-l graph'cd from camera bearing" aero-J planes which hovered near the jilnneai participating in the story. Lieutenant I.oeklear is the U. S. aviation officer- wno startled the world with his feat of jumping from one plane to another thousands of feet lip In the air.' Many air-craft are-used In the picture. By day and night, illuminated by searchlights, they dlgporl lliemselves in mid-air manoeuvres to add color and atmos- phere to the story. In the play Ihe lieutenant appears as a pilot in the service of the U. S. mail, and one. of the situations invol- ves the capture hy him of1 a band of air pirates who plot to rob the regis- tered mail on its transcontinental flight. Allan Forrest Is excellent as his pal and fellow pilot; Francelia Hillington Is prettier than over and U5t as charming In tho role of the sweetheart; Kay RIpley gives a splen- PH0ENIX TOMORROW from York were the guests of PILES Belleville on Dominion Day. A Phillips, of ntunsayville, wus sentenced to two years "in tbe Ports- month peiiUenliary on the charge' of stealing ft calf and pojijtry. Do not suffer anolhcr day with Itchlu. Blceil- inj, fir Protrud- ing P.Me.l. No oper- ation required Dr. Ctne's Ointment Hill relic TO you At onca intl aBoril KK. box; nil dealers, or Edmansoii, BaTej Go., Limited, Toronto. Saniple Hoi free II you mention t paper Mi4 to I a J (ostage. Q Kugeno Giliiiour, I'icton, who es- valllns conditions, conl.i bejaddcd lo caped jail while walling to be senl Ihe country's balance tho Globe states. And it concludes "In FEW MENNONITES LEAVE MANITOBA .Man.t .Inly .paralivcly few .Maniloha Mciiiiojiiles 'are expecttid lo leave the province' flits according to H. Fletcher, deputy rcfer-thc question of the Alyntl islands r.vjev ot this possibility, and the lit; co n si of cduralion, wlio slnlnn thai tinlikety largo humhtr In.ivc, even if the church nrrtcfrft Ho e.sli- (iti'Atcd tliR number of .Meuncmltes 3n at over linl stnlcil Xlial Llio. tola! numhor of tho orlhodpx v'OaM not" ntmlber over S.600 in holh And Saahfitchewaii, Tlin small Kroiip, lie said, comprises the tho mtistr likely lo move. ___ j _ -_ CAPTAIN OF FAMOUS HOSPITAL SHIP, TORPEDOED DURING WAR, IS DEAD LONDON', .Jiily {Ky Canadian The doalh Is reported of Captain Sylvester, who ;coTnhianiletl hospital ship Llanilovcry Caslle, frhen she was lorpedoml and sunk by a Gorman snbnjarine with Can ad fan during Ihe war. of three international jurists who will be riominatcil by (lie The, Swedish s liavc agreed to abstain from action likely lo aggravate the sltualioTi, penillng the clectsten of !hn. jij t of the league. l Finnish test sentiment of tho ahouM he no delay on .Wc-sL" there tlrfi part ot the Dominion government in dealing with the petition placed before West In Earnest Tho Weal Is rlce'iily ifi, earnest about this matter and it is.not alone Hn earnest desire lo seciirc native of crude petroleum. LONDON, July Canadian Assoclnlcil Sir Matthew Nath- .governor of hepn LABOR WILL FJGHT BROWN WINN'11'EO, .Inly 11 jneollntf'nf tho prniflnc'fiil executive of llm Dominion party held on Sat- nrtlAy, It' wftg-.rtecided contest the deferred election of The I'as'againsl ICihvanl Brown, urovinclal treaaiiref. Tlie cotifitllueiiey will ;chob3fl Its own candldajc.' hut workci's.nnd speakers will be sent Id (o carry, otf the cum- The Imperial Oils, Umjlod with Us vast resources Is drilling al different points In. Alberta and for oil niitl- IK spending more Ilian in sijft'essimi'. to-'Ihc 'iMci ,IL is prepared Sir Hamilton Adams. to siicnd far more if it can be shown that there is reason for development. It has Ha .own oxperls on the grounds and'Is guided by them in'reaped lo the sites of its ;wells and its "genera! operations. It Is scouring tho whole tfesl for cnconraKing locations. Other companies arn also'drilling and It Is a race between them.to see who will lap the great body of oil thai Is believed lo underlie a secljon ot Alberts. The surface Indications ara frcjfuenl huf It Is the parent .source ilia't (a sought and the Imperial-Oils Is gotnff away up inlo the far norlh on drilling expeditions. t. scliiiig excusi. legitimate and to llie-Ontario reformatory, was're- arrested and sentenced lo eighteen months, Hiram McKim. died Ihe'result of .injuries received when thrown-from his busey when the horso took fright at an upraised Umbrella. During the recent thunderstorm Ihe barn of.A. Hardy, who lives about four miles norlh of Kownianvlllc was struck hy lightning and total dcglroyed. V JOYFUL EATING your food 11 diftrted out Ihe ptinlul acidity, the foy li out of both eating and Hnng, Ki-MOIDS ace wonderful in their help 10 the ttomtch (roublcil with over-acidity. Plemunt lo prompt end definite. MADE BY SCOTT BOWNE MAKEAS OF SCOTTS EMULSION Tom Moore "Heartsease" By Charles E. Klein, directed by Harry Beaumont A Drama of the Magic o( Music SHOWING THE LAST TODAY TIMf WILLIAM RUSSELL IN SHOD WITH FIRE AND HAROLD LLOYD' IN HAUNTED SPOOKS excellent work. v in Uie'. GREATA1R ROBBERY UnlTersalJcwel The most astounding dtamt conceited by the mind of which, to save the woman he love> from of ths_jiky, jLockltar i changes "planes a .mile in 'Jthe air, cfcnbs a rope ladder forces the pirate to sur- 1' render all the not over fifty feet from you, wbo are in another aeroplane! If yon pic- tare you'll miss the rreateit thinf moriajr piomrM hin era produced. How pUyinf, Adults 56c. Children' lOc. Matinee daily at 2JO Nights 7 and. 9. Waterloo J'utjlle School 'Roanl voted All..thn .teachari... .IncrcaBes from to ranging What is the Greatest Question? What is the World's Greatest Unsolved Enigma? What is Life's Greatest Riddle? What is the Greatest Question You Ever Asked? What is the Gfeatest Question Ever Put to You? Is There a One-Way Street of No Returning And Where Does That Street Lead? Js.h Heaven or Something or Nothing? LOVE- MYSTERY-THRILLS AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE 3 DAYS STARTING TOMORROW WARWICK in "THOU ART THE MAN, FOX COMEDY, "DABBLING-IN SOCIETY." ;