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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FJGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY-HERALD ViURSDAY, JOLT 29.1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE Huron County Has Biggest Steer In Cause of Justice is Vote for Conric- tion in Assault .Case LONDON, July liners were empan- elled in England for the fiist tUae yes- terday vhen-siz women, formed a part ot the jury In; the Bristol quarter ses- sions. The women sit throughout the day and heard sir cane! tried but at Yhe. close, of the proceeding's two of fhe women, who were "mothers, asked So bo excused from further swvlca owing to the claim upon them by their .chUdren. Th8 judge granted their re- 'quest and liyo other'women immed- ilely Tolunteered and were Delected.. The prosecuting'counserin address- ing the jury departed from the time-' Worn "gentlemen of the jury" and said and gentlemen of the jury." new phrase caused a murmur throughout the court. The counsel congratulated the women jurors for k'at last taking their proper place in the administration of Justice'in Eng- land." He the cause o! Jusllce also was to "up congratulated. One Inf tie cases tried, a man who was 'charged with assauU.kas.Vntencfed ship the car to this magnificent which measures nine feet six inches arouuil I iousl; ihe chest and hai a girth o' teu {en sti Inches. present estimated SiriH-iDS II 1111, Wrui tit VI m I _ m'ent, pinulng Miss Crawford and her for a few buudred miles along four women of the women are believed to be ser- hurt. Is 3.500 It is claimed' that this sleer eur- passes in .'weight-tbe animal shown at -Ihe Chicago world's fair. Macleod 6olony is Bolt of Lightning Hurts Fine Crops (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, July ths hail and thunder storm Wednesday last, the barn of C. Brewster was struck while the owner and his man were closing the doors. C. Brewster was stunned for the time, while the man -was struck down and remained unconscious forseveral hours, but has the constitution. PRINCE ALBERT. was Flatted today on construction of the Canadian National railway line from this cily northward toward Paddock Wood. POUT The lu-liau' pop- ulation ot this district is decreasing yearlv. In the seven bands in this district there are today but left. Superior and to enter the United Ptates twice, once near Lake of- the Woods a'nd again' between Kingsgate and Blalne, Washington. Trouble was ncouutered'only twice, once when a alien tree near Pembroke ripped the op of the car, aiid the other time ihe automobile collided with Dother car near Fernie, B.C. Tlie object of the lour was to stimu- ate Interest in a" trans-Canadian high- vay and in this Mr. Oomcry stated ,e was highly successful. GOODWOOD CUP WON EV MOUNT ROYAL July Canadian As- sociated Goodwood cup ruu today won by Mount Roval. to 30; Kentish 8 to 15, being second, and to 1, third. Four horws ranr. EK Daises With Collie On Top Of High Rock NEXT. BIG PICTURE everything that goes on -in the clubhouse. L Having no better' partaer, she Ukcs .3 col'le by the fore legs, nn-i the ualc. from the castle beta? they to through a' nd graceful dance there u'u the. rock's edge' "Even Aa Kve" Is a thrilling drama ot a girl- brought uu In the wiJJs of the Adirondack mountains by a father who suffered wrong from the. world and ivho would Her his daughter by forcing her to join a cu- rious KCt which forbids marriage. How this band clashes witt encroach- ing" members of society ani bow Eileen escapes from her enforced exile and wins love and life, is the thrilling plot In this intensely faacinatins story. 'Tonight, Clara Ktmball Youns Peterson, a detec- tive sergeant, is held on a formal charge ot robbery In collection with the theft of from A. B. Nelson, a saloonkeeper. Peterson, holder of several swimming records and three times cited for bravery, Is Charged with persuading Nelson to draw 000 from the bank to buy whiskey and then arranging a fake boldup. now fully recovered and able to at- tend to his work. Little or no dam- age was done to the building. Some days ago a 'dis- appeared from the Mennonite colony and after searching for some time his friends gave up the hunt, thinking he had gone-to some other colony. But they are aot yet certain, and are anVibus. There are certainly fine crops in the .south, parl of this district, where they OV.OI.U.IMCM.. [are now counting on thirty and forty i..July per acre; and unless they LONDON, July New Zea- land budget- shows a surplus .of two and a quarter million pounds sterling, but Premier Mnssey urges that econ- omy without parsimony is essential. VICTORIA, July John Hart, minister of finance, has called or a further provincial loan.of 00 for construction work on the Pa- ine Great Eastern railway. STOCKHOLM, July IB rying to export by way of Sweden Mauser rifles to Jleiico. KAPUSKASINO, 'reliminary work has already been itarted in connection with the pro ected pulp and paper mill baw'ar'lf; taken the position as led- "coper in the Vnion Bank., while Miss M. Calder is away for her vaca- llon. The Ladies Aid ineel Thursday. July 28lh at the home of Mrs. I. C, Free- man. Everybody' cordially invited. Mrs. Frank -Lawson is speeding a few weeks !a Medicine Hat with friemig. Tlie Seven Persons baseball nine played the Wlonifred HtSrs on Mon- day. July 26th. Score 35 to 2 in favor "bf Winrulred. Tony Crai; motored to Medicine Hat "on Tuesday, expecting lo be away EeveTal days on business. A. P. P. Bradner of Bow Island had have; something to destroy the grain their hopes will be this with the big price will make not only the. .fanner, but. everyone, harms'. Murphy Bros., Diioa Bros., Dan Gil- len and-everyone has the best crop. W. J. Glass, who has been farming and ranching for the past 15 years, has sold out, and will take up farm ing in1 Southern Alberta again. H. TV Canning, who has the besi chicken farm and wheat land, has sold out, and will no doubt invest again The' tree-planting car, under the supervision of A. Mitchell, visited'Mac leod on July Mth find attracted many visitors. The U.KA. have ordered a. large bis eyes on WJajUJrei July 2Cth, jamount ol binding Iwine lor the com examining the village. ing harvest, Mrs. Will Campbell spent.tlie -week at Ihe home of Mrs. It. G. be- fore leaving for Saskatoon. Mr. Tom Parker and daughter Eye, visiting iii Medicine Hat this week. GRAND CIRCUIT ,h. COLUMBUS, 0., July I the mosl imporlanl stake events' "VANCOUVER, July a suit of telegraphic instructions fron Jtlawa fifteen Kussians detained here >y, the immigration department .wil not be deported to Russia. ,OKIAHOMA_CITY, Okla., July heftvy .yields will boos .he total wheat production: of Okla loma this year to bushels A charming scene of an elf ing with a .beautiful collie on tho peak of. a high' rock shown iu "Eveu As a First. National picture taken, from "the famous story'of Iloberl W; Shining a feature which will be presented at the press; theatre, this week, race girl brought up as the woodland elf, sees for the first une', men and women of the world if inshion dancing In a clubnovwe vhioh has beea built.near her iiuie. She longs'.to loin them, but lares.not. enthuslasui. Ehe s up on the top of. a great 'locic, ollowed by her dog, where she can Companies Experienced Prosperous'Tear in Hulf Ceniury VIOLA DANA SEEN ifj-JAPANESE ROLE Oalnty Stir Ecorcj SUCCCM it the Co- lonfil theatre In "The Willow In what is probably the most color- ful and fascinating role of her career, Viola i Dana delighted the patrons at the' Colonial theatre yesterday, when she was seen in "The Willow Tree." the Screen' Classics. Inc., picluriza- tion of the Cohan t Harris stage play by jl-'HI Benrimo and liar- risou lUiodes. Miss Dana appeared iu the role of'a little Japanese maiden, and gave- ample and convincing- proof ot her remarkable versatility In char- Mr. McKee. pi the Farmer IJ Flevator. Co. has acc'eplod' the Posl-i His headquarters.will'be Saskatoon.! Mr McKee'left July 26lh to 1ake[ 'charge, of his new office. Mrs. McKee and Daughter will'be leaving about loth for her new home. There "are many ..regrcls Irom their many friends departure and all join quarters. 1 Mrs. "Will marry friends re- gret to learn ot her being seriously ill In Medicine Hat hospital.' The many-friends of Mrs. Tom [TreSbla Wore glad to learn of ber recovery and her return from Wheat Harvest Will Start Next Week According to Present Prospect'" (From Our Own Correspondent) C1RANLBA, July farmers in this district Live fiuisllcd harvest- .._ -Ircult races. 'The rye. One farmer expects Southern Hotel purse ROOD. llllshels to tlle acrc' oace. the Deshler Hotel' Mr. and Mrs. Wares motored Miss1 McDonald spent the week end v.-itli Miss Sprinkle, of Prospy. AS heat harvesting in "district OTTAWA, the fire :uEurance companies operating in the 3ominlon in 1919 experienced one of the most prosperous years ot the half century over which the cords of the 'deparlmeut eite'nd, ia a statement made inline report of the Dominion insurance'bralich'bf .the de. partmant.of finance in re. cently issued. The year opened ominously'with a number of high losses but conditions subsequently improved and it turned out.to be classes ot business! year ot a.most unexampled pros-] perity. Net premiums amoiirited to 'almost' (HOOO.OOO as compared with slightly in 491S. Met cash.re- ceived for just under while the net losses paid amounted to less than the life insurance, side of the .business the outstanding features of the. year's the exces- sive'mortality In' the early months due to influenza, andjhe large amount of claims collecteS the first three months oC year due.: to deaths from "Tin" was approxi- mately The amount was small as compared with the last th'ree months of lajs wTien relatives of victims received over -In death dues. The epidemic, as a whole, during these six months, cost the life nsurance companies over compared with the total war -mortality for 5! months of less than old's and.the trot will 1 In the Southern Hotel. Peter Coley, the year's unbeaten stakeholder, Is a starter. Peler June, The Toddler, Bnislloff and Busy Lassie are also among the starters. In the Deshler Hotel, Juno, John Mrect are among those entered. BROKERAGE FIRM IN LIQUIDATION i MONTREAL, July an- jnouncement was made on the floor of the stock exchange today that firm of Thornton the will be general next week. uml Mrs. Henry Foster and family, ol Medicine. Hat. spent a few {lays last week visiting friends In this district; K. T. Held, of who has beeu inspecting his ranch, returned to the city Monday. Dahl.Corlson a visitor to Med- icine Ilat during the week. Gco. Langi of Prospy, left Monday for Cbiliawack. C. RAYMOND MUSICIANS, t PUT-.ON A CANTATA (From Our Ovfn Correspondent) HAYMOXn, July of the most ambitious .-undertakings -in musical line is "The Vision" a sacred historical cantata by Evan Stephens which will be presented by Ihe Hay mond Choral Society, In tho new Tay lor slake tabernacle next :.Salurdas night, July si. For two.months the society lias been rehearsing this mag nldcont work, and they have it in ex cclleut shape for public rendition. "The Vision" is a cantata ol sur prising .beauty. ..His essentially reli gious in sentiment and .spirit, ts ful of sweet harmony enriched with In spiring passages'for full chorus am I orguii. W. C. Sione, is 'life- director N'.' Lomizzo Mitchell, ihe organls nt and Bon anl1 di ind Mr.. J. O'Nelll secretary." Their second meeting will he July 30th at .the Newdale School Hoam Mrs. Julius I.onenne is cipccllne her Bister from lieN'iin this laonth. Rhp Is booked (o sail TiiTy 19th. Mr. J. T. Armstrong of Medicine llsil visited ai home of Mr. and 31 re. Sherlock this wccfc. Hoy Ctirrle veal to Medicine Hat lo Twelve medical aid.' He Is suffering frbin blood polsoninp In his left hand. On .luty 22 the "VVTnnlfred nine vi.s- fled the Whitla hall team and caught them nil napping. Score 22 to 2 in favor of Winnifred. Mrs. O. Lean of Bow Island is vla- II ing al the home of her mother, Mrs. Julius r.evenn6 for a few weeljs. Mr. Thorburn of tho Union Hsnk ?iwnt Sunday. In Seven Persons. Mr. I-ou St. Qnn of ArlioKton. Ore- gon. fa being entertained at' the home Jlr, and Mra. I-yno Thdllpj this Stars played bsiT at py and the Stars were lentc'ft, rcliiTO- .-ing home badly flattened. Score S lo II. 1 Irene Brooks and Florence OeOKhe eon o( Lethhridge are receiving hos' pllatity at Hie home of 'Mf. and Mrs. JT. II, Durch for a few week's. iJiss J. CarrnlcUaiJl, teacher of ncrt had gone info volnn. The firm was who Flowing Valley school north, Is leav- ing for Manor, Sask., lo spend tsvri weeks vacation. Mrfr. Geo. Bryant was a Imsinwa visitor in Winnifred on Saturday, July 24th, The horse lo the" Call and Ira McBride, the tenor soloist Tlie chorus is composed of eight, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin fore spenl S.nn- i carefully selected voices, day altemoon witti Mr. and Mrs. Thc first part of the program will con Louis Carlson. sist oE a male chorus; "See the'Mlght Angc-l Klylng." an organ solo, "Halleli jab Chorus" from the Messiah, N'.. Ixir fmn Mitchell; a Dlvln Redeemer" by Handel, Byron Tanner I Magralh: and a cello solo. "Serenade July of j Schubert. K. Letl the central executive of the Western Melvin J. Uallatd, of Council of I'nion Chiirclics wns held tbc Twelve, a reprcseh- UNION CHURCH COUNCII- NAMES FIELD SECRETARY here yesterday. The oss was tr> ratify tlic appointment of Kcv. .John Itoiti, of ilpgiria. rse donated by Joe Massenl laccrelqry. Mr. Kcld'p duties w .thollo Ladles' Society, fo creating nnd cslabli or Vvftmlfred. was raffled nnd M. H. morc fralcniii............_ Smith of the Globe Store was the already in slfm- ion "The it! nnd cslablisliiriK ,1re belli K'lnlirnis Hniong union alive from Sail Lake Cily lo the .genera] conference of Taylor slake, i will Kivo a brief introductory address holder o( the lucky number and won the horse. Mrs. Harold Ilowerman's youngest flaug'riter Dorothy, is reported very 111 this week. Wlnnirred Is sllll bjtng blessed wilh. citreme heal Ihis week. Jtain is needed badly.' Mr. John McLeod spent a few days at tho farm o( Jack noil. ulaling Ihotr mlsaionao' and other benevolent activities and assisting Iu the formation of a union church where a community decided, on tiiifon rtud desires information and assist- made to take, thc cantata lo Canlson. The date, how- ever, has rot ynt boon fixed. VOTE TO JOIN STEEL MERGER Mrs. Wm. Daly is 'making prepara-' Out. -iuly lion to move to Lalhbridge abou ]51h, lo put her'cbildrcn in building Company i meellng of ibe Collingwoorl Hbip- ycstorday, school season. Her daughlnr when !i5 iicr rent., uf the stock wan has passed out o! the Winnltred I roimist-utivj. it was unaflimously grados. Mr. 11. T. Luther mode a business trip lo Medicine Hat ofl July 2Tth. Local market: Bggs 40c, bnli.'r 40c. nutler eggs advanced Be tills week due lo harveslltfg season, ?'arm- ert Iffife? .'.PI own use, agreed lo sell all the company's as- Fcts to the Cnllinxwood SlilpbiiildlnK I.tmiteil, ivhicli is a part of the Jlrilish Kmpire Steel Corpora- tion. as slalcd by II. H. Hmllh. prc.sl- dent of Ihe Coiling "Ml Shipbuilding S. G, G. CONSIDERING POLITICAL PLATFORM I'.lftlN'A, July conference of the central hoard of directors ol Ihe Saskatchewan Grain Growers' As- ftorjiallon with the women's section for Ibe purpose of framing a provincial political aft provided for at i.lie last annual convention of the asso- ciation linld in Saskatoon last spring, continued its deliberations todVty, Con- sideration and disc.usaion of the re- plies to central's Questionnaire receiv- ed from the various locals continued lo occupy much of its time. The di- rectors were still in session at press time this afternoon, with no public EinnotruccTneiit o( their decision In acterlzatfoa. Mies Dana'a .tdmirerR, and they are legion, were unanimous in tbe'.r praise of the dainty lltile star's latest triumph. As the Japanese maldeu wbo .njater- lullzes into llesh from the image; Viola gives a true and touching trayal. Never has Miss Dana played to belter advantage than In this Screen Classics production of legend of old Japan. every ent to 'convey the delicate shades of racial 'difference, the; nuances ol Ori- ental character, with fidelity to the spectator, and ouly.'thuM who have seen her can'realize how perfectly she has succeeded.' 'r r "The Willow Tree" hai ill Ihe charm; of "Madame BujterBy" plus the poignant dramatic "Mr. Wu." To a strain. bt'dellclou com- edy. Is ixdded the diapason of.human passion, of human despair, so .that the picture reaches tha heart in its varied appeal of .light and, shadow, while through it, woven, like a thread of gold, or Shining like-a. sunbeam, ap- peara tbe radiant personality of Viola Dana. Illuminating all with her goldeu charm. f P1NIX-NOW SHOWING 25c ind 10c 35c and 15c THE PICTURE MADE IN LETHBRIDGE IHEROraCEOFlLErHBRlpGE'' Showing the'Natural Beauties of Lethbridge. The .Cast Composed Entirely of Lethbridge People from TODAY Clara KimbaE in the dramatic thunderbolt "Eyes of Youth" THE NEXT BIG ATTRACTION Robert.Cbanibers' amazing story Famine Wiles, adapted.from his .novelette "Tlie Shining Band." 1HEEASTERN WESTPER" And a "Comedy and ,Pathe Gazette ,_ Single Admissions Season Tickets YOU SAVE After the 600 season tickets guaranteed have been sold, the season tickets will be withdrawn, leaving SINGLE ADMISSIONS ONLY. Buy that season ticket NOW. ON SALE. AT HIGINBOTHAM'S DRUG STORE JACKSON'S DRUG STORE WILLIS PIANO CO. F. H. WILKINS, OPTICIAN CHAUTAUQUA AT LETHBRIDGE August llth to August 17th "Even As Eve" romance a. Kirl reared In the trildcrness b'jiher hermit father and what happened when fate suddenly threw her into polite society. HERE TOMORROW MISS DOLLY PRESTON AND MR. BEN DIX, THE FAMOUS CAL- SARY BARITONE. COLONIRL ".Times ToitJay In thc delightful fantasy 'The Willow Tree Jlorc fascinating Ilian "The tlelsha" 'or "Sap Toy." ADDED ATTRACTIONS L at tit Colonial Newt Events, and Qood Comedy. Colonial Concert Orchestra1 COMING FRIDAY SATURDAY (Tsuru Aokl) (MRS. SESSUE HAYAKAWA) Tn the sensational dramatic production ''LOCKED LIPS" ;