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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRroGB FRIDAY, JULY VAUDEVILLE SCENES OF SINN FElN ACTIVITIES Being Taken Over From Private Companies Fruit Crop Lighter Says F. E. R. WoITaalon One Interesting visitor at all con of the Western'Canada lrri-i -gallon Association Is F. E. R. Wollas- ton, ot Vernon, B. C., who. if Vcrraou gets the congress next will like- ly be the vice president, and the mov- ing figure in the association. Jlr. Wot- lastoii is one ot the biggest irrisalion farmers in the coast province. He has 330 acres of hay under irrigation, and in British Columbia this is a large acreage. I'rlscUESing British Columbia irri- gation problems with the Herald Mr. Wollaston said they were somewhal j different froni those in Alberta. 'There are no enormous large tracts to irri- gate like thov In Alberta. Ours aro small, and we for Isrge returns because the farms are small and fruit growing is the principal industry fol- lowed. Some Important changes how- eVer are being made in.irrigation in our. jirovince. The schemes put in in j past .years'by private companies nre teiug -taken over by the'wafer users them under enabling legVsla-' tion secured by .amendments to iho; 1'he !as-Ee5sOD the "In South' Okauagan, near the largest tract to be put.under irri- gation is nqvf having the water brought to it. The govern- ment bought tie !aud in 1919. an.t.Is now tbe system'which will, cover acres.. This will be used entirely for soldier seltlement." Sir. Wollaston states that the B.C. fruit crop, all through Including ap- ples la considerably smaller than .'.hat ot last year and lhal is probably -the jv-ar-OD for th'e h'sber prices oii.uio prr.iries The B.C. irrsatirmht is highly plftased with tho by irrigation in tli? Coal ia and thinks tluj limn will-cr.'r-u wlicn Southern Alberts great rroiinJ of Canada. Esports, 15.20. 1920, Total exporls.. 1920. During the past 12 months, imports from the Uniled Kingdom have more than doubled.; 'For'ihe -year ended Ihey were in; eq'rrina'riaon with in thei last 12 Imports from Alls-; Iralia. New.. Zealand iitid South-At- Above, s traveller being .scarcliei by British troops for concealed arms before being allowed u> ecler .Derr'y fielow, the house near Fcrmoy, wher Brig.-Gen. Lucas .was captured by th Sinn Vein. Hie circle abov is Gen. Lucas, while the lower tlgur is .that of Lt.-Cql. Farrell, who wa left by tho Sinn Fein lo attend v.-ounded Geu, Lucas-w. captured. L HAMILTON, Bermuda, July 30 ice-Admiral Sir Trev.vlyau D. ier, cominaitder-in-chlef of the Brlt- .h North American am! West Indies aval station, died at 2.30 o'clock this ornihg at the admiralty house here. )eatu was due to entoiic Jever. The uueral lakes place at 5 o'clock this fternoou. Vice-Adrairal was appointed, o the command ot the North Amerl- ah and West Indies station in Norem- cr 'of'last year. nand of light cruiser squadronB early n the war and was vice-admiral with he light cruiser force from 1917 to 919.. He was 'mentioned-In- dispatches for ils part in the battle of Jutland. Vice- admiral Napier was only 53 years old: Last Showing of "Eyes of Youth" at Mxicked Lips" _ differs from any other piuUodrtiiua yet produced in which a Japanese .character holdft the centre o( the' Its scenes are they are eventually married. Thi man's real nature sqou asfarls ItBct anil be deserts Lotus Blossom. escape (rum tlm.lilind, tb( not laid in Japau. There Is no theme j chiiugliig o( clothen wltU a 'body whlct nor situation to the story that Is for- had bcea washed ashore, his niarriad eigu to aii Americao .audience. Tte'story a duo room an American: city where Henry Stan- wood, in a b'rawlover a; game ol cards, shoots.a iran Olid makes his escape. from justice his wander- ings bring.him to. the Island of Hllo. There he breads -Into a cottage in" searchiof food. -It is the home u( Lo- tus Ulossonv -girl -who teaches a native, school. She nurtes him back to health and strength, and lo an American girl in San FrancUc un5 Blossom's rear romance which Interrupted when she finds he .husband Is .married to' the woma ,who iiad betrleutied heir, are told In series bt gripping, tense situation that end in a breathleu cllinai. The production shows the director lal touch of C. Dowlaa .while the star is surrounded by suet players as Stanhope Whettcrolt Magda Lane, Jack Abbey and others SATURDAY AND MONDAY Exports For Past Year Only blightly Larger Than Imports k'in? ma'i'lf irjca-.h'ave -decreased. tho Ar- .'e li'.btrifts Igen'Une they have Increased in Ihe 12 nionths from to from the. "United States from to 5861.103.465. -.--Imports from the British "West In- dies from to COUPON STORY Local Situation'ris Not of'Canadian produce lo Ihe "Eyes of a three-fold tale of modern life, set in lavish scenery, with spleudid costumes, featuring Clara Kiuiball Young, is the current Vttraclluu zl the Empress. "Eyes ot Youth" has been stated many to he Miss Young's master- piece. Certain It Is'tint'she reveals ivcuderful laleul as a- character wo iiiah ia portraying "tliro.e" "successive of a school teacher, H tenv perJuTiental'. opera a rich man's unloved wife. L To each ot the characters she gives a reuiarkablu individuality, .her final the nature of which I! would spoil the story to reveal, borne; a miracle of histrionic art. Miss Dolly Preston and. Mr. lien DU will appear tonight for the.last tra'e Empress, tomorrow and Monday tho strangest story ever put into pic tures. There is a sect that does not believe in love or marriage.-, See their strangi ites and.the girl who'escaped from heir band As Eve." We do not believjfc-in love .or rriar rlage. Do you? Due girl'escaped from See the story of her thrillin In' "Even As b> Kob'ert W.1 Chambers. United: during the 12 month's ftom to 3B2.09S; to the United" Slates, they in- creased from to 311. The Iricfease .in exports'to Bel- Bium" and Greece! largely due to cred- its was.most marked. Ex- ports to Belgium "increased from J35.797.469, to Greece from to July; the 11 months con- cluding with the end of June, imports into Canada showed a remarkable crease as compared with imports in the 12 mo'ntlis previous. The increase was marked both in dutiable and free goods. There is. evidence also of reoOTtry in Canadian exports fol- lowing on the fall due to cessation of rnunttiotu shipments. Comparisons for the two years are: Tmpo'rtB "for DntUbta ToUd 1920, YORK. July Pusimnsler Patten ofythe New -York post-office, today declared the eulire world's sup- ply ot iuternafioual. postal-toupons Is not large enough to enable any per- son to accumulate the fortune which .Charles Ponzi, the" Boston financier. Is said to Irive made through tbupon '22 Excursion Trains j to Come From East 'The most serious situation the farm- ers are'facing toda'y in Southern Al- at their'wits end to secure men and CANADIAN SKIPPERS WILL BE REPRESENTED W1NNMPEG, July G. Dennl- traific manager of the Winnipeg Board ot 'Trade, will represent the shippers of Western Canada at three-day conference 'ot examiners for the Inter-State Commerce Commis- sion in St. Paul, commencing Monday ot next week. The question of pre- payment of freight charges to Canada will be taken up, it rvas learned today. The Inter-Stale Commerce Commis- sion suspended permission to United States railroads authorizing prepay- ment of al! freight charges to Can- ada July 27, this suspension being brought about as a result of the Minne- sota courts attacking the legality of transactions and foreign exchinge. I ?re appealing; lo the government abor In order to make jboo.OOO, the bureau winch, at present is able to do sum which Ponii is credited with bav-j Illtle. ing realized [rom his operations, 160.-I Longwortlf.-.snperlnte'ndent In 000000 coupons would-have: been re-l Letobridge, statea-'today that-he has made a number of-.tripa through the country and will be making; more. The York post-! nien" is Tester la'ined, show thai visited" Tahar, --V.llh.Mr. Mlt I to redeem cou-i ohell and Ine farmerB of that distrlc pons during the three months ending asked for live hundred men. quired, according tc Postmaster I'at- len. The records of thi office, Mr. Patten explained, snow inaij only 5370.50 was paid to redeem cou-! "hell and lune 30 and only ?3fiO worth of cou- ions sold during that period sere. the Inter-State sion order. Commerce Commls- Coffee Is Harmful Vto Growing Children v and parents who permit its use sometimes have cause for regret With chfldren in the family, and where -the coffee flavor is liked, Instant Postum _ generally accepted as the ideal table drink instead of coffee. All grocers sell Postum, and its pleasing flavor, combined with its advantages of quick rnaking and economy, soon make it a home favorite, There's a Reason" Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd Windsor, Ontario (f m HIS WIFE .HAD SUPPED INTO THE ROOM The woman's age-old, instinct of distrust for art unloved male warned though was, that man .wiha pretend? ed 'friendship for her meant to work his w.ill with her regard- less of conicquences.v ROBERT W. CHAMBERS' AMAZING STORY OF FEMININE WILES Adapted from his novelette "The Shining Band" "EVEN AS EVE" The romance of a girl reared in tho -wilderness by. her hermit father and'What happened.when fate suddenly, threw hor.into "polite" society A BIG CAST INCLUDING GRACE DARLING, RAMSAYE WALLACE, MARC'-McDERMOTT, E. J. RATCLIFFE, SALLY CRUTE, JOHN GOLDSWORTHY AND MANY OTHERS. A'. FIRST1 NATIONAL ATTRACTION TSURl) AOKI AT COLO_NIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY Theatregoers of this'city will be given'an opportunity to see the Jap- apese TsnrirAoki, in her latest photodram'a "Locked Lips.'" The success' scored by her lirsi Universal production, ".The Breath of the nas eslab lished this Japanese actress us one of the foremost figures on the screen Hand-operated machinery, has -beea invented to load old rifle .cartridges at a speed ol from to an hour. j EDMONTON'. J ll and harvest -hand; J Albarta for this j mateit by the Their Success Here Has Attract- ed To Their Ability; The mines critical sit uationi At Coleman they, want thre hundred men and'at'present most of the mines In the south nre about fitly per cent: capacity lojack of holp. All tbe mines of the j south are crying for- Big Demand at Saskatoon SASKATOON; July Is a strong demand for farm help at from to SM-a nionjh till 'harvest time. Harvest wagn.s have not yet'been set. Alberta Requirements EDMONTON'. July. thous- ida wilHbe required in year's as estl- government labor I It "has hecn thought (hat more than half ot this "number should 1 be furnished within the. province and I that the balance could be made iip from the harvesters eitcurslons to Itlanlloba and Saskatchewan, both ofji which provinces .will what In advance of AlberU. To Complete a Good Salad Use More Digestible Than Other Oi! Chautauqua Tickets for sale at 1 Tonight for the Last Time Absolutely CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG m "EYES OF YOUW' This otherwise it over for-the fourth tday; 'Don't Let Anything" Stop Tou From Seeing It Also Miss Dolly Preston and Mr, Ben Dix in Their Latest Song and Novelty Review 1 Citizeits' Lumber Office Some nay I.clhbridge Is-goius 'to 1 however, there has been roll over and wake up and admil Increase In the local volume of herself that the two men, and l work in all Ibe Alberla c-ltles, am! It who arc ta-ilng Ihe Leth-! b If the.labor surplus bridge Ltd.. through all tho I available for_ harvesting lie as vicissitudes.of ils pioneering eslsl- as at first thought. More out- ence, are men worthy of some honor, j s'1 1'o'P that case be needeii. Aomo caaca iiromtscs of J7 day liavo Leon made. gaged the I-ctlibritlge ainnpii to do stunts over thn Colonial been in the flying game since its infancy. Ho said then lhat Palmnr w.ia a world wonder, ami discounted any-j this (IcM unlil this phase of commer- Ihlng H had his privilOKO lo see. aclivity fs well cstapltshed, In handilng an aircraft. ,He alsu com-1 The government nf Canada, even nlfmfinteil Kllzsiniinoiia for lilsiin the last month, has done much lo Initiative in HID uncharted re-alms of i footer ncrial ncllvity In Canada, While aproplanc Blunting. the Kast is receiving first attention He has evidently been talking on it is only a matter of weeks until the big travels of these tufo airmon for they have iccgived.-an offer from re theatrical manager at the cusst offer- Ing them a nice juicy coniracl lo go this winter lo ICnglaml. and the con- llnenl lo iln xinillur slmillut: to. Ilial provided by them for Die manage- ment of "The Great Air I'obbery" in a few u-ccks ago. The boys have Iho proposili.'m under uKtf IK no moan compliment lo Ihcir (thiililes as "siunters." This stunting Is not without dangers, as wo iill know, from the Jerks wo get whou wo see them at it. They prefer to establish themselves firmly in the Southern Alberta field and fio far arc succeeding. Thoy feel It fa emlj' n mailer of a' tew nionths till slimliiig will wane ami Ihc aero- plane will bo taking ils place in Iho front rank us a Iransportalton propo- sition and tor-tin lo remain lu government will be backing up the aeroplane companies of the western provinces. MARSHAL KILLED LOS A.N'OBI.BS, July 30.-Robert N'oruiiin, depuly city marshal of Uur bank, a suburb of Angeles, was killed ami Henry I1. Turner, constable of Iho samo place, -was wounded earl) today in a revolver batlle with three men they found trying to enter a. FJur- bank shop and who escaped n'ler the shooling. ALEX. HARRON PHONE 362 nn-now mm TCoutnanla's newt-si inilustry is the manufacture of from na- tive raw malnrhls, especially pelro- loum hy-proilueln. In an experimental way baseball bat.-) aro liolng made liy a Wisconsin scientist from strips of wasle wood S'.'jC-d logethtr. COLONIAL TODAY SATRDAX TSURU AOKI MRS. SESSUE HAYAKAWA "LOCKED LIPS" The moat appealing picture of n woman's heart-ever screened. "BOUND AND And a Two Heel Universal Comedy, COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Finest In the City PCiceti-Matlnee 25c.and 10c SScand He THE PICTURE LETHBRIErGE THE ROMANCE OF LETHBRIDCE" the Lethbridge. The Cast Composed Entirely of Lethbridge People Continuous Performance from to 'THE EASTERN WESTERNER" And a and Pnthc Gazette ;