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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT l.THE.LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS Meets W. A. Round Table CwJenate Wfck Minsters 1 CALGARY, July A. u.n. member of parliament fo, L.lK- w. bridge, came up today for a qulrti" enea with Sir ;Mr. IVtir'of the inttrtor, In j tiw Iprigaliw hmM In Southern Altirta.' Aa Sir portfolio, Mr. Boch.artafi made fully aituatlin bAi'tialira. and provincial Bov.rn- l' couM not Bay whtlh- ccnfer- Blr returned aait. the of. the Interior; to. vi.ajt TOVJ Gefs Assurance That Coupe Will Get Better Service, July' W- imnnlottfon NOfiMA TAVMADGE SCORES UA WAY OF A COLONIAL Every Tuan. 'woiuan and child who frequents 'mtitloB picture I and their name Is .legion lu these .days longingly Jor N'oruia .Talniadge picture, for !he.yi know she -will: g'iya- a j .yrbiclT every fine! element in'' their and will j appeal to Ihelr.artlellc appreciation.; lit Norcia. TalmadBe oii'a well known play j jor etory and IB acted by .a cast tuatt Peace reilly merits the description of an "all itar In' her latest Select'Picture; Way o( a i which if now being ehowai at Ike CoIonUt Theatre, these 'count-'] v Nonna. Talmadge -L hare a. rare "irWt ta for themn tita of a for we know you will biijoy every minute o( it tooths lasl fade oul. To CIJ thelpubllc deuufud for pic-, lures of this quality "The Way of a wllf be shown at, the Colon- ial again tonight and Friday night. The photograph of Governor James Middlelon Cox o! Demo- bod the matter was Buchanan, aaM: "Sir Janwi'idlaplayed iKtiint Mat ira-Mk'InJi lorjrrigatlon 1 craUc'.candidate for the I' S Presidencv Mleni i 'back' to Ottawa.. ._ PS and '-.BOOSTS OUR CROPS V...V trie .i n the "provincial government and auggeited ihat a round-table conference would be the' quickest and means of bringing about an under atanding. BELIEVES IN IRRIGATION IE a firm btlievi.r In irri- gation and necessity in order to develop' the rich natural sources of certain seetTons of Alberta, e Intimated that K the VICTORIA. wai-ln lorn thla inornbiK D. C. Culeman, of the Canadian Pacific Railway Com pany, In connection with pany's proposal for the future opera- tion.ot the Edmonton. British Colombia railroad with particular reference to ttit iwrica to the settlers o! Coupe lo- cality. aiaurad mier that metier would have hit The, from the attention and would ba dlactuMwl by I famoua aUce play, "Nancy writ-J Him with Prwnler Stswart ot Alberta ten by Eugene Walter, one of during In, the meantime." Mr. will forward 'all the information' available'.for. the premier's benefit. a more performance; lovelier; never a finer .supporting These.! .tupeYlitlve: adjwtfyai, but they are Justified by "The Way ot a i Be admitted by every- i ona 'who aeea'.tbls'acreen masterpiece. lea's In Justice to the plot, we 'shall not j dIrulge .anythlBit of Its story; we j urge you: see "The Wyay t HUSBANDS -AND WIVES" NEW TREATMENT FOR LEAD ORE pricfa: fir tne'farm'products will be hljhtr than "The rains have freihened the crops and have brought along the gram that was sowim late. Rye harveitlng Begins this week.' It was fearerf some time ago that the late start in spring work.would mean a late harvest but I the grain has come along so rapidly that, the cirtltng will be" littls than in any other years." Brotherhood Heads :in Session at S Satisfies I-. 4 4 4. 4. 4 PLANES'REACH WINONA y.S. WINS OLYMPIC n twinly targets. The Swedish team was serond rith OTTAWA. .Inly T> ith the oujei I of drawing a .sche-in i. of creases that.would.provide each adian. railway employee with re nun eratiou according to his resimnslliil-] Ily. service and aliility. the chairman, vice-chairman and CL uf eastern and western suW-pmnliU'ee of WINONA. July The four army "airplanes en- route from Minenla. N. V-.. ,to. Nome, Alaska; arrived at Wln- ona f.U ,-thia attwuocvil from Grand Rapids, Mich. NELSON. July the Internat- ional' mining convention "here this i foreuoon F. S. Fowler, the Canadiar Metal Company gave striking address on treatment of! oiidited lead ore. It was brought outj that seven to eight per moro lead has been recovered by-resulphld- iiing tailings. A demand that Indian, reserves be opened for pro wrllng for all minerals vi ill he presented and considered" a'fterhobn, ,CanatU and England Tie For ''1 Third Has Perfect Record Texas. The ANTWERP. July American j .team was. an essy winner In the first' round of the Olytnptc, trapEbooting To Chicago Town itv N- J and B S DonneHy .said .this afternoon o In not, honker tMnJ that ,1 ?'i.iir..i would be fair to 1 lilted ;ConipEtition shoot this morning, scor- Ihs 115'cut of a possible J20 blrds-in the team shoot, each man shooting at Attention! 13th OM.R. A Grand Re-union of all ex-members of the 13th Q.M.R. will be hel.l afc Lethbi'idge on July 28. Banquet 7-D, dance following. Reception committee nicele all: trains. Ladies to he enter- tarned, by Military Chapter of the I. O. D. B. Tickets J3.00 Secure tlcTietg from local c-om- 'ralttee man or. SetTolary 1'ar- eons, ,-------q individual match. Troeh had a perfect-twenty In this mornitg's shooting. Euch ot the others missed one target. SEATTLE STRIKE LEADER ON TRIAL awards In Canada uithnut levision MacAdoo award did not ton sider the different capacity of rnilway Mr. Mnsher said in ex- plication. As a at 'hi Mr. Sloaher ssld.. the reinunerallQi: c' sonic branches of railway services was A. Dim- out of proiiortln- lhe-r antics mil can, Seattle labor leader, testified to-, day ;it the trial ot twenty members o! the Communist-Labor Party, charg- ed will! plotting to overthrow the gov- ernment by. force, that the Seattle general strike last year was settled largely through his efforts. Duncan continued his statement yesterday in which he denied that Ole Hanson, former mayor of Seattle, who was a government .witness, had any part in the settlement and pictured Hanson as appealing to him tor aid. Duncan de- jiied the slrlkers jntended or attempt- ed to lakS ovet tiro'government or a revolution. responsibilities. Want Fare Increase j WASiUXOTOV 'hllv in crease of twenty por cent, in pa.ssen ger fare and fifty pi-r cent in Pullman I charges of the .inter-state[ commerce -commission by the rail-j ways, to cover part of the wage award- of the railroad labor i board. j LOS July Johnson, former heavyweight champicii, giVe'n.- an ovation at the Sanla PC "station here early today jtrSt btfort' his departure at iO'a.m. for Chicago where several years ago he to serve a year for violation of the Mann Act. Flifiy persons, mostly col- ored, had gathered at the station to the man who, after years of as a fugitive from justice, surrendered to American authorities Tuesday crocclng the Mexican' bordecTfrorri' Juana. Lower California. EMPRESS TODAY ONLY PRICES "OAI'NTY Anita Stewart 'Her Kingdom of Dreams' NOW PLAYING Until 11 Friday Night THE PICTURE OF THE YEAR NORMA TALMADGE CHARLIE CHAPLIN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "MACK SENNETP COMEOY BABY" In .Pour Complete Acts. This Is pocitiTelyi coniedr serjBatlon ever, presented in LelhhritlEe: Boh Dibble, champion sculler of Canada, -who -was defeated by J. U. Kelly at the Philadelphia regatta. At close of the race, Dibble fell Into the river rind was rescued by Kelly. HERE MONDAY Clafa Kimball Young in "EYES OF YOUTH" It's A. Luxurious, Spec-' l tide. Any "of the Hundreds Who Saw It Yes'erday. Added'Attrtctior.-rOtls Blnache Bates, Florenz Ziejfteftf, Henry Miner, Daniel and ATOM'S LI TTLE STAFS'Ji "The GrcaieBt ot All Time" in a dellghtiul littie playlet. Adults 40c Children 1Pc' y NEW SPUDS MAKE THEIR APPEARANCE New potatoes in large quan- lilies are now'arriving in Leth- bridge from Brilish Colmubui poinls. There is a gmd demand for them and evjry Indication that inpply will be equal lo the demand. They are selling wholesale al eight cents a :C- pound. Local grown new pola- toes are also being marketed by truck gardeners. UNITED STATES, CANADA AND CZECHS ENTER IN ALL OLYMPIC EVENTS i Saskaloon and Moose Are Visited, Helping the Thirsty Crops i __________ AUCTION SALE TOMORROW (FRIDAY) AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK Instructed by the Owners, Will Sell by Auction, a Quantify of Superior Houiehold FURNITURE Including: OAK HOUND KXTENSION TABI-K, with njlra leaves; SET Of SOLID OAK .SBATKI> DIM Ml CKAIIiS; attractive buffet In'golden solid oak square dininc ruble; sideboard with bevelled mirror: four dining chairs; brass bcrl with coil spring; extension liresanr and staml: ma- unjsh rocker; S day regulator otock; small size Jdvr'JJK; bedroom riijf; (jas Htove: .small table; steel STOVE: vliUfe enamelled bed with springs and felt mattress: upholstered lotinge; quantity of MN'OM-JUMS; Brnall nigs; oak rocker; large KASY CIIA1II in tapestry: lounge chair In solid leather; fumed oak SKCTIONA1, UOOK CASKS; CHILD'S COT A.VD MATTKKHS: complete act "Americana" Encyclopaedia; Chesterfield" In tapestry; Singer'Sewins Machine: sororal carpet squares: large, lamp; blankets and comforters; kitchen ware, elf1.; also a small, consignment of HIGH ORADK arriving too late for advertising. "movie man" will take, pictures of this sale. lie 6ure and get on the picture. TERMS CASH PHONES ANTWERP, July Bnlled States. Canada and. Czecho-Slovakla aro the only nations listed to-compete i in eve'rv event of the Olympic games; at the starliuni. though doubtless there; j arc some omissions due to delayed i mails. Sweden is in for all the events except the walks and tuc-of-war; Oreatj Uritain is cntwl for all eicept the pole vault and jnveiin. while Italy wijl! take part in all but the hammer, throw j and sholput. v Tho'list for virtually- all events In the boxing the Kn- MOOSK JAW, July Very severe; Slates. South France, electrical storms arconiutiiilnil by winrV Italy aiid Great Britain of cyclonU: force ami very heavy rain while Switz-criand will send ouly wej- struck this city shortly after five, terweights. o'clock this morning. Early reports j do not Indicate great damage. Klec-i trlcal disturbance resulted in inter-'. SPELLACY TO SUCCEED ruplion In the city power FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT tied up lelpgr.iph' wires for two ori i.' three hours. I WASHIXdTOX. July Three (ruarlcrs of an inch of Spellau-y. o'f llnrttord, Conn., Is un- fell in the city, und the siuvm appear-1 ilerslooil to been telecleij as as- ed to cover the entire district, whlt-h sislanl necrolary of the navy to siic- will greatly bcmedl from U If Franklin liooBevtlt, when Mr. was no wlrnl lloosevelt retires about August fl lo At Saskaloon 'mnkc the race ns a Itemocratlc vice- SASKATOON'. .Inly of prenlilfnllal (aiiclldate. from three to four illlrftlion fell In the large district to Ihe west "nil1 niaiura Tiinu'l IIP southwest otSaskiUoon las! night, ex- SCHHOONtR BIANCA TUR_NS UP lending al Icasl ii5 far as the Alberta' _ bountlary. Many of those places ar-: .hAN IR( o- n6w aMiired of th'lrlj-.bisslicl Illam-a. which liad been re- lo reports-ro- [inrlor, "vcrdtic while on a trip ccivcd here. This morning another rrom Vancouver, li.d, to South African ralrr fell here. VANOERBILT FUNERAL MONDAY PAlllS, ,'uly K. Van- derhlll's donth occurred at six o'clock (his At.the bedside werrr __ hi.y. v.-ife tlasiqhlcr. Ihc Duchess of Marlboroiigh. hi.s two sous. K.. junior, and Harold, anil Dr.. I'M- inund (JroM, the family physician In J Paris. The funeral will he held Moml.iy. from the chilT( h. The hoily Inter will be taken lo the Cnlled i ALASKA PLANES BOUND FOR WINOMA. MINN. i fillAND HAI'IIIS, July four. 'Alaska-bound army left here at today on the third leg of flight wfictrh I'rtcm .Michigan to ports, put in at Tort Xatal, In the 1'rillsh rolrniial of Natal, ycsirt'clay, nccnrdiiig lo cabled advices rocoive'l by ihfl marine deparlment of (lie clrjnibri- of commerce here to- day. Tlje. [iiiiiiaoa bad been glv'cn uf> for COAST SUGAR JUMPS VANTOUVKH. July price of sunar was boosled an- olhrr two dollars here thin- mormiiK. bringing the whole- sale price up to ]icr hun- dred. mcrcbanis boosted' their retail price lo 26 cents to- day. PHOENIX TODAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY MCE BETWEEN AUTO AND TRAIH PICTURE YOUtr NEVER FORGET THf WINNING MCtS AT THf TRACK, A HUNDRED OTHER BIG SURfHISET Youl Never Neyer Forget Mickey You'll Love Mickey So You Wjll HUMOR "Mickey" Is full of fun and frolic. It sparkles with humor and bub- bles with laughter, so Ihai Ihere Is not a dull moment. And when the seven reels are finished, the play sfiems much loo short. The comedy Is built upon the reality of human incidents and Knry laiijih -is sincere, running through tho plfiy an golden threads run through a piece of cloth, giving il luileni and leslitro ;iml richness. hard- ships, fortune and slorlnua romance in store for this mischle.vlous tomboy! "Mickey' Is tiioiioii pic- lures mas-, lerplcce of" humor and pathn.i'- love and advcu- ture. pbn'( mlBS .it. Popular Prices for This Dumper Show 35c Children IOC Matinee for Kiddles.. 10c ADVENTURE No photoplay has yet been pro- duced so fllletl .itlventnfe p.nrl Oirllls n.< "Mickey." The novelty and Intensity oflho thrlll.s i'.rc In- deed remarknhl.c. Kntalilles .seoni to be Bvold'jd by a hair's .b'rciuU'j .a roallly that Is trerriev.I- onsty There is thrill upon thrill, anil p.-ich Ihrilt In thofc siisiiensonv-'' citing iiul.leiils is n little' bit belter tlii'.u the until at their climaxefi llie Is fp.lrly hrotifiht to its feet oul of sheer en- thusiasm and c.i'cllenlonC ;