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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 26.' 1920 Si PHOTOPLAYS i POLICEMEN SIGNAL THEIR APPROACH. Fme Good Accornmo dalion, and Many Varmere Coming lieu Hie officers of the Western C.iiuciB Irrigation Association secured Tro'essor F A Wyatt; ot the vrrsitv ot Mberta, as a speaker- on. g rarmer, iu au effort lo them lo ctoe to UlhbrMge for conveuiiim, and many telephone calls have licen route to poims ou HIP Mhject. Curdstoh and llnyinouil. it ,s will be represented by l-m- larse.fluimx-" ot farmers. wilt It- .cUiiens ar.ii soil problems they secured ,a. uaies' day for .tbe residents ot I-eih- man ho bas been -studying soils since. Lieutenant-Governor Brett was first able to toddle after his, open Ibe convention and tdlher on a partly dry aud Irrigated farm 111 I'lab 'byotessor ac- credited with being one fore- oiosl men on lllis subject on Ihe con- "rle armed in Uslhbrldge this morn- liiB and for tbejieil 1 etbbrldge district. Tbis afternoon he -.ill Ti'lt Ihe Eiperimenlal Farm, and tomorrow he will tour by motor car. following tbe convention of the'West- ern Canada Irrigation .Association be as Ibat is a -rTilf-holiday in tbe city, inenibers ot the board "of trade 'ore' re guested lo turn out in full force, like Invitation; being :sent to merchants, Turkish policemen make rto attempt to surprise evil doers warn- ing of their approach by strik- ing on the pavement at rcfiular In- tervals with lonji heavy sticks tipped with tte'tl, to the great dis- gust of sleepless' foreigners.' It formerly custom oi the night watchmen to shout loudly in Turkish that all was well every time they pounded: on tfi men'- But the" shouting, and TiVrice" Ihe arrnTsttce the night policemen, most of whom are very 'old men, content .themselves the pavement. TKedTurklst! popula tion objected itroiialy to having the hammering.7 discontinued, as it Is supposed to be the only means of policemen will patrol their beats, '.LETTER CARRIER-.FOFT 33 YEARS MADE AIR TRIP Jill} 1 Adams. letter carrier of liiis town, announces that-he is fjolns to _.--------zdrlton was produced I Ihe taldi of the season, and they, fef- n the' detail i that soon ube'll havo to; decide fjpon It Is ttaVlurl, ot tbe iton which one or tbe oilier of allows lira vvjlio bai> been au I Tben tbe girl s ujtHlfl bftod aud be I m the inrf by r'uBe con.e Taunting tbe en j creates Uie Impression that lost iraui-e o( the bis hotel autl taking 3 [bin entire fortune, peinllar dflielit iii watcbiiig tbe well-' The two uoblcmeti can't drop tbe epter aud leave the girl.quickly .enough. iate j She, belierlng her uncle t Ihe shoot in i; or the steue began at gone throujb s oilock at rtlgbt and icmpleted I lions, propoul of a S the following morning I clorer American man who .11 to bring their .wives. U IB lisroVto tell which will be Ihe In" ana for Hie nw i most Important day ot the convention. be gaming first haml.Information night will be a big night.- bout the sod drifting problem in tbe R premler Stewart will1 be _.. present to address the gathering. Hon. Mr Mitchell will be on the Job. anil W. A. Buchanan, M.P- will give K 'talt on irrigatioD that promises to be of interest to everyone.who bas tbe will spend a few more days circulal- welfare ot the south, country at heart. through tbe Minlvisl.1 Thursday knight will be a social at- Professor now seeing: (tjr commenctbg at 4 o'clock In southern Alberta for tbe first lime delegates will be UKen lor inii tbe eiperience he bas gaineJJ .a motor car rlilo'tiuongh the Coaldale ill It-ill and Illinois lie. will be able i irrigated-dl'sUict and will have a pit- to tell the farmers some tacts straight I SUpper at tbe Experimental Kami Jrom the shoulder. Before coming to The gastronomlcal depart- Alberla Professor Wyatt held an im- Is being well taken care of by tportanl position with the'Illinois State ,he Ciilc club of thc Lcth" Agr'cultura! College. He obtained a at Logau University, in Utah, Ixtdy KJlcni was the first passtnger [retire. AdamB; haa' been a lei'er to he carried by ColoiTels Blshop'and t Her His assi THE BABE' RUTH OF INI'EKNA- TIONAL'l-EAGyE time Miss Vouiig worked tlinusl'. ounliunallyi in. the i and an ics-colr: wind treated lUc airplane1 prcrcllors attached to powerful Liberty motora at both ends of the stage. j ,V Iss-Voifug. as the dilapidated ''.rat, nldicl. 'Kduiund S. I.owe in the role, and Xonnan Selby (Kid as Ihe were the ylnclpal aclora In this scene where more than'a1-hundred and fllty extras 'were 'used. 'Kyes: of-'Vouth" will be seen the l-miiress tomorrow for sure re'srol hot reach here bi lime for-today's showing. t Urower. first baseman of AMERICAN HEIRESS CAN'T i cltib in the Intenlatiuml Barker In their hydroaeroplane" service Jin the postalserylce estimate lit, his gue, is leading tlie league in hittin from Muskoka to Toronto. The trip i i ovored an average of ftra me a j and has noiiiided out Iwentv homo was made in one hour minutes. and thirty [day in that period... He. entered the runs thus Eeason. i service in 1SS7 and has been.carrying and for a period was employed .with the United Slates Department of Agri- rilltiire on special and'extension woft. At the Illinois institution he was em- rloved under the famous Professor ijopkins A: Farmers' Convention l.elbbridge's farmers' convention. Is being conducted on' Wednes- day and Friday of this week ot the Western Canada Irrigation Association, prom- ises to be brim full of useful inform- ation for both- dry and. wet farmere. Never in the history of the west has iihefe been gathered together such'ari nrrav 01" international agriculiufai luleit as will attend this convention and a call has been sent broadcast (hroii'lionl ers in come ill and Siotessor laruine, of 'the Kansas Slalo College, -who en the best reputation in the .Unit oil.Statns on'soil ProfeBFor V of the University of AI _berta: Professor John Bracken, of.the Manitoba Agricultural ,College; on 1 Mr >jiineld, and, H. A. Craig liroiincial deputy minister of agricul lure, form' an; imposing list of speak crs who will discusB. freely problems of interest to farmers. Soil drlttini n 111 -he'-tlie 'one big su bject tee's men Hill liaijcile Postmasters .at" all post .offices in southern beets' Bent .pro grams of the convention to ''show farmers. The C. P. R. today ia co- hridje Board ol Trade, of which Mrs. F. TV. president.......All pre- parations for. this affair are factorily compieieil. Bureau Busy The accommodation. bureau for sitors to the convention of the "West- ii Canada Irrigation Association ia in fine working order and is oh- ining good results. An announce ent was made this morning to tbe ffect that plenty; of accommodation 111 be ready for all who co'me. The. respbnse from-householders ir etbbridge has been marvellous anil bis-means.: that the books of the ureau iiow have many vacant rooms sled: The Let-abridge, and Aleiaii ra hotels have all their rooms' boo.k d up, and the Dallas' still has a num r iracaut. The bureau is in the hoard of trad Attention! 13th O.M.R A Grand Re-union of all exvmembers of the 13th O.M.R. will be hel.l at Lethbridge on July ,28 Banquet 7-3, dance "following. Reception cominittitc mettle. trains. Ladlep lo be enler- lafned by Military- Chapter of ,lhe I, 0. D. K. 13.00 Secnrfi tickets froni local com- mktee man or Secretary rar- 'TAKE BLOCK AN'D TACKLE AND STEAL HALF-TON' SAFE -experi- enced from a .new-species of 'motor bandit'1 .o'n Saturday night. The visit demonstrated that the motor truck) plus riervc and inventive open op a new and profitable field of ex- ploitation to bur'glars. Late on S.aturday night or on Sunday morning a truck drew iip lo the office cf the Hillmer. Fuel Comany.' Evidently a good-sized gang of burglars, with .tackle, must have acccnlpanied-the truck, for they rigged slung out through the window of the'office a pound safe and carried it away. The safe was -found yesterday In a field near. CEarkson's; .about five-miles east of: the door, blown off. ..Only' about 530 rewarded the 'burglars' .enter- rise, but a number of unregister- ed Victory bonds had been kept in the safe up to a'few days be- fore. The'county and town police investigating. V j mail fiver since.-.-He has walked I together GOTCOO miles, tir more: than (twice the distance, arounil Ire ttoild I I in thoge thirty-thirtie. years. i j Here is what VAJiams hail to (riltout it: is'gooii.eifrcipe. 1 It has kept me excellant health. I am getting fold ami a younger take inv mail BAD WATER, ONE DEAD WAS MOTHER OF SIX PAIR OF TWIN'S COLUMBUS, 0., July mother of 22- including six pair of twins and one set of Mrs. Mary, purring tori, 39, Is'dead at her home here following the birth of a. stillborn child. five .of her.S2 chll- dren survive DECIDE BETWEEN "A OUKE AND-A LORD found out Ihro'Jgb uaderfrouod iiiuiii that the p been (aKIng It tor about snj dramatic situations four laonlhs with the hopes ot [delicious little oils of comedj ami a hailng un goitre uirod Having been trong moral lesson are vital factors suffering with this' trouble for more n making Husbands and i than twentVtno ind tried real success. Ame ffices and the ._ U55. All farmers wtib desire to olj-'fu a in roams'are requested to use this Sasltitoori a elephone before coming1 to aged elegates will, have to report to th'i jureaii to obtain' their billet. HAVE FLOWN 15 HOURS SASKATOON, July CANADIAN: RAILWAY MEN EXPECT EARLY aricao array planes arriyeJ In that within raorth If confll 'ri at- 1 o'clock, haripK 'aver-': tiotis do Vn'ot paper uapkmp miles" an hour sroimd speetl.i will' be but a .itiemory. Under pro The aviators were welfbrpeti.liy di'ictinn of is hlametl >IcCIelland; local ayl4t6r, wbo went j mi meet iilaue; and" on Janding were greeted by. Young and Commissioner Graham of the Board of Trade. They will take oft Tor Edmonton tomorrow; morning sboat The time out -of Xew Ynrk 5s .nriw 15 hours, said A Capt. Street, commander, 1 200 THERE KITCHKNER, Ont., -luly than two bund red rleacenclaiita ttf Sanjuel Hatzrier, who_Hntllpil un a farm near DoonT OnL. in 1SOO, uttemleci Ihe second Hftlrncr re-union-on Saturday. I The gathering1 was hold at the old lietzner homestead, nriw' ownctl by Kurtney. -MFH.' is (Urcct desceiuiant of Samuel Betz- ner. lor t inrearly g'ettie'metrt.Vf the dispute 'oe- weeii the Canadian National.Tai.lways j QLD DOON the'Canadian'Brotherhood of Hail- HOLDS Employees look bright, declared 1. F. Ijawreuce, general chairman of western tinea grievance commit- tee, today.-MrJ Lawrence, H. Mincben, Calgary, and R. Dykes, Saskatoon, other inambeni of the committee ar- rived here Saturday from the east. They are back here lo conclude ne- gotiations with A, K. Wttrren, general jsaac inanagor of the Canadian National rtrlways, westera lines, Mr. Warrpu j is out of the city and it is staled that ten ilaya will elapse before another j meeting can be held. Afoul THIS LITTLE PIG GOES employees wilt be affected by the new echedule. KNEW NO ENGLISH SEVEN YEARS AGO; NOW LEADSJCLASS COBALT. -Seven yeirT Tgo when bn raine with his parents to Colirilt from Italy, Pctro Giovaiinellii could riot Speak oiic'wcnl'of Tonight thf: cntrniH-e-'nxamlnation'; re- sults show ihat.the boy, now o.nly iM-elve years of age- piss- with Jionors from St. Pat- Separate School here. The ninner-iin in the same neirj> even yne tould imag Tonights shows will start slnrp at nie I hcird of without -results anrt 0 o'clock. A special ladies mat- ('at reason did'hbt have failh In when I first lieard o{ i it The first bottle I took reduced im X uearh 1 in circumference j and' from that time on I hate seen liol only- in'the condition of-; the muscles i around- my nccl, but alsg fu gene-al health But difference In the sue of now The goitre Jso smaller that It bolhera inV j .collai ImtiHUle land instead of m> j EAdnms arplc in the goit re as it is as, nhcn UBJW JOH the j hump 16-nearl) an men below the' (Adpins apple and the difference in1 the size of the goitre, is remarkable I finish Ihe bottle and that In 'fives of in which Clara bottle.will clear -the entire Kfmbali Young is being starred and "goitre up; nso in tallfing will be released late m Octoh this Git boh o is the G01TRB CLRE cr, Harry Garsdn has "screened .tho I done" biggest antV most elaborate set ever 'rind is dcing-for merj-don't titleniiiteri Upon an interior stage. In'tired-feeling in.-niy-neck any.-nsorcj and thore it not the feeling of some thing si-dining (here tint I itlway.s had, 1C surely la a great relief ami1 you iuy" inee will be run on Fnesdav afternoon !n spite of the mcrpaceil cost to the management of this attracdon the usual prices win prevail. Clara Kimbafl Young Coming To Empress Tomorrow ipcclmens of .wo'rnao orated a luminous" story of their trials and trlbulatiohB on the threshold-of life. tremendouBly true to life, and exceedingly eFaborate says the Chicago Tr'b' itk1 spld her what you will, see her tn all her lure.'her wltes, her charm In this fascin- ating drama of -wonderful "love and thrilling adventure. "A Lavish arrestins and at times startling entertainment' sayc me rieW York Review ALL THE CRITICS ARE UNANIMOUS IN ACCLAIMING THIS PICTURE been gigantic outdoor such as in Griffiths in "Joan the Wo and going back to "Gabiria.'1 i but these sets have built '.you errre Yours; Cfip.rlea J-ljMat 'in rppn [thews 310 SUite bt Grand Kapulg In one of thc last scenes of "Kyes o( mi entire New hl'X-k I is sold in I b> I uilt upon I ic twenU thousand J D Htgmbothani Co Ltd of Eloorlni: space at the, Carson I The.Monk Chemical Co., Limited Slmti'jR, inc. The Forty-sixth' Street I 43 Scott-Streel, Toronto, Ont. SHEAflED OFF LOCKS NEW YORK, July to' the .prejudice of good order and to thft Eighteenth Amendment and Volstead Act" would be a good way to describe the recent behavior of Mrs. Catharine Me- Partland, the midst of a large crowd In the uptown dis- trict sheared her bronze hair from her head to the tune of ''Pop, goes the a's she tossed .the strands Into the street. In court she asked the judge If she looked prettier with her. hair bobbed, That stumped the court, t "Shun thic stuff they are ssll- Ing ihese he warned her. Sentence suspended. TO MARKET, WHAT WILL HIS EXTRA TAIL FETCH? Schratn'fij lllUe white pig ban two tails. One! smith and thu olhc-r points'. east. i This a new ar- ?kin to the 'shniifiirtr. In nil'.c-i1 respet'l11 the animal is a hoallhy young iJigling- HARRY GAPSOl! PRESENTS THE SCREENS MOST VITAL PERSONALITY CLARAKIMBALLYOUNG THE CANADIAN BANK of COMMERCE have now exceptionally good facilities for the tiansferof money lo nil points in Italy and can malte ..transfer to tho smallest village without The Lethbridge Branch have specialized in this particular business, and are in a pbsilion to qirote very low rates. The Manager will be pleased to discuss the matter at any time. K. W. KEIKlB MANAGKU BY SINN FEIN UruvlIeiL LIICPS. flr-Dsli wiii> liri.s hren ed by the1 ,Koin flrrl i "on liipin, lo vLvi1. and infnn' IN HER FIRST BIG DRAMATIC FEATURE yesof Youth" FROM THE PLAY OF THE SAME NAME BY MAX MARCIfJ Lavishly cently and with 'A Remark- able Supporting Cast Including MARTIN SILLS, GARETH HUGHES, PAULINE STAR-' KE, EDMUND LOWE, WIL- LIAM COURTt-EIQH, VIN- CENT SERRANO ant) oWrs. 1 Wmball )Uitg @iYts OF YOUTH' THE VISUALIZATION IM FASCINATING DRAMATtC CONTINUITY OF 'A, YOUNG GfRL'S EXPERIENCES ON THE THRESHOLD OF LIFE "EYESOF YOUTH" le the Most Rcmsrkabfc Dramfltlc Film Ever Made at a Cost Exceeding And the Most Lavishly Staged Film irt the History of the Screen AT EMPRESS 3 DAYS, Starting Tomorrow.MiThurs. TONIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME, THE BIG COMEDY TWILIGHT BABY" "A With An Cast, Stsged in Sartonal Splenic Nrvei Seen Before.on the Stage or sircjn. ALSO SHOWlNG-srNEWS HAP- PENINGS, FUN; JEST AND FIUM'ODDITIES. A Week's Special Production Crowded Into-TWo Days, Start. ing Adrriission. PHOENIX MONDAY -TUESDAY ____ '_. _ _.'_. World Prestnt EVELYN GREELEY "BRINGING UP BETTY" A tyjilcal simuaer 'comedy, with scenes al a garden ancT.on'. Llm walcr, and _ loll. nf lirlgtil, sparkllnsi'fuhny siiua-'; [tons. Written by Charles; Bar- vcr: SNUB "CRACKED BELtS" "The Romance of Will be shown this week com- rtienclng Wednesday. a'tlnees I 2Sc and lOc enings 3Do nncJ ;