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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LEtHBRIDGE DAIfcY BERALO FRIDAY, PHOTOPLAYS NEW METHOD TO EXTRACT GOLD QVESNEL, RC., June An- aunceaient of P. local firm that it Ij :.1 ihe market for black sand conceo- '.r.Lics aud has arranged tor the con- -.ruction ot a plant to remove valu- K ore to the esu-i'.t ot 90 per cent. of the assay value Is' believed bj maur experts to mark a milestone in tbo development of the mining indus- least one French- man and one German lireo. peaceably together during the four when their couolrles were locked in a death struggle H must be said, however, thai they remained in Isnorauce of the world war until the, latter par( 191S. Uoth of them-niifsiouaries and of. :the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus, these two men first met tome eleven years a-o'ln tho solitudes ot a remote part of Dutch Borneo, and logelher there they carried on their work of evan- gelism among the Dyak Iribes who populate Ihe Mueller Mounlaln ills- Thej were for beyond reach of communication from the outside and when, -in August, their fellow-Europeans gasped al the news ot an upheaval which was -destined lo -shake Itje social slruc- .tare of Western civilization to its ten foundntions, not the fainleEt echo of the 'cataclysm: reached them So they had uo share in the apprehension ami triumph with which their the onrush otilhu German .'hordes across Ihe French border thai autumn. For thorn the winter of 1914-15 brought no agony ol suspense They did not hear ot the Secono 'wma nt-.Y'nresf and it was not until the following year that even a; rumor ,of the world war reached them. They lived In an-atmosphere ol peace might well have been envied jby a vrorld on tho wrack of sacrifice First Rumor In 1916 It was through a Dutch p'rospec tor who passed through the regleo .Where they were carrying on their ivork that they heard the firs rumor ot the great war. but tho Dutchman knew nothing beyond the tact that Germahyfhad; declared wa on Russia. This was" in the wliile of-1916, and no'conBnna of the report'until they'reachei ihe coast' in the latter part ot 1918 When they embarked with., leave o 'absence for the worlci. Thes men are Dr. Johann Merx fron Prussia, and Father. Philip Picard the Frenchman. "Although. Dr. Is a dear Men of mine, 1 could not speak a word wit him for Several days when we wen told ot tbfi atrocities and crimes com iAittcd by his countrymen while in'vBf "ing France. We travelled along sileni ly, ate our meals in .and 'ttok all rny will power (io keep me from Jolnln; ia the" wa and seeking some sort of vcngeanc .for my country's wrongs, for 1 may b a priest of the Church, but 1 am Frenthmaii said Father PI aril to The last night at th Union Station. "We are now returning to Europe we are both anslous lo see our re allves and to see conditions, for on Scalping Was Discouraged In speaking of the Dyaks, ticard said lhat when ho came their counlry he saw Indlcallons th .missionaries, had been there befoi familiar with th. Bymbol'of said, "and Void about our coming was sprsnd In aooio.mysterious manner through- cut tbo c0unlry. whole IHI'l "B8> P.V'-flbllll' flant joy: motlbrisd iis to sit in a pal- in. which rind tc'l of rallin, arid carried us on ihelr shoulders to the where we ttr-re received In slylo by the 'Cli'i-f. Morx was the Chief Medicine try In.thia province. d will arrango to taka f eve ra! other British Columbia there are rnil- with tliiva to tliU umtlvli'ied I lions ot Ions of black sand carrying rt ot Asia. I high values in gold and alloys of pl RMAN'S INTERRUPTED SMOKE (London Times'.) A wool was held la Gray's Inn Halt st night, before Jlr. .lustlce Darling. Tho following (juestiou was argccd: "Xokes. au airman. over Ihe eld ot Styles, a tenant for years, opped a lighted pipe which fell on. id ignite! a stack ot hay there which yles had made. Tho Government id requisitioned the bul had not moved or paid for auy of it. in an -lion, Styles vs. Nokes, judgnien as beer, given against Nokes1 .tor a urn equivalent to the, market- price .the. hay; at the tlin'ezjof the burning it; Noises appeals.'1-? Mr. Justice In tho course his judgment, said ihat for au air- an to take a lighted pipe and Einoke when flying si a point where if It ell It would fall by gravitation to the arth instead, of. lo the moon, to al-. ow.it to fall or not lo prevent it before More fun diad a barrel of nu ALSO A FOX ,SUN- SHINt" SCREAM 'NAUGHTY WIFE" OTHER GOOD .COMEDIES Positively the Finest Comedy Show Ever Presented lo a Lethnndgo _ Audience EMPRESS ORCHESTRA ON JULY 2.5, WEATHEfc PERMllTING: A sood time In store for all. Will thbse intending1- going send-In Ibo number cmnprisinK tliclr party by Thursday o'cnlng so as (o provide traiisportalion for all. Phone 1531. PHOENIX TODAY SATURDAY You! Never Forget Mickey r i THE RACE THE PltroRB YOUH NEVER FORCET J THE WUmtNG (JACO At THe TRACK AND A HUNORCO OTHER BIG I SURPRI5EJ. You'll Love Mickey So You Will HUOR "Mickey" Is full of fun and frolic. It tiparklea with humor and bub- bles with l.v.fhicr so thai there (3 nbl a dull moment. And when thfl seven reels nro finished, the play seems much loo short. The tiomeily Is bnilt upon tbo reality ot human Incidents nnd sliualkms. Kvery' laugh Is Blncerd, running Ihrougti Urn play as golden threads ran through. a piece of cloth, giving It r't'eiii nml texture anil Hcbncas. What ailv'enlurcs, hard- ships, fortune and glorious romarico In store for this mlschlevlous tomboy! is motion pie- lures- r.ir.s- tcrpioop of humor c.nd palhr.s, love anil ndvcn- lure. Don't nTiss It.1 Popular Prices for This Bumper Show Adults 35t Children ido Matliee for Kiddles.. tOcA ABVENTURE No' photoplay has pro- duced so tilted with adyemttire ns .Tis'; .poyelty and InlenRlly of the thflHs pro in- deed remarkable. Fatalities, tocm avoided by' a hair's, breadth a re.iMly onsly convincing. -IS. thrill- upon .iiirlll. and each Itall, in tiling iiiddenlS is: Just' a' little bit. belief Ihf.n.tnb Issl, imtll kt their climaxes the nfidicrice Is fairly brought to JU fc6t oul or alicer en- ithiisliisM'nnit ;