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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNK 23, 1920 THE LETHHRJDCiE UEnALD. PAGE THIRTEEN Case of Sharp Practice, Says H. Were Juggled. OTTAWA, Juue Implc- luent manufacturers in the United States sold tractors to subsidiary, com- panits in Canada at a false value In order tb avoid customs duties, was brought out before the public ac- counts committee of the commons to- Keisdrick ol Philadelphia, who within H few hours will be past potentate ol tho imjseuteut with a check for auniveis Siiry ol birth. The sum lud been raised with the of presenting tho retiring potentate with an automo- bile. H WAS decided Instead, to give him the cash. Mr. 'KendrScfc, Barter thanking Ihe Siiriners aUctiLJJng (lie jiiiperial couu- ctl sessions, eitduryed tlie check ever the Sbriiie project for erecting and maintaining a children's "It looks like companies to riiaKe a false declara- tion KilhouL becoming aoicnabtc to the law. It was evidently a case of sharp practice, Aflcr studying tho they 'found A way lOj circumvent it." was how H. 13. MoM phy, chairman, expressed himself when ;ih alleged loss of J4Q7.000 customs duty .was probed. B. -Dominion -appraiser, was on' tho wituoss staud aU -morn- Fn; a somewhat gruelling examina- tion at the hands of C. Rosa (West witness sairl the-depart- ment's hands tied by an ord.br- fit-council to sit idly by and see tlie: country deprived of customa duty. A. R. McMa.ster (BrnriieKasked it ihe dumping clause tlie Customs Act .was lotheMniporter was all we had to go replied witness. VThe. country was simply robbed. irilght as well bo plain commented Mr. Ross, The witness explained that suhse quently the, order-ln-counclt was amended to fix the value instead of the sale price for duty This stopped too trouble. SHRINER GETS 'AS BIRTHDAY GIFT PORTLAND, June Freeland hospital. not available tho "The lirico of'the machine Program Arranged Will Include Many Events. and Preparations for'the combined-Sun- day- school picnic' on -July 1 at the ex- hibition grounds Bre-'nearinE comple- tion and as far as the sports-are con- cerned 'all that is needed, is tho co-op: eratlon of teams concerned, The second round of these leagues has been announced and appear below. Tha program for sports to be run off following lea at ike picnic also follow. The schedule for the second round of. ,the leagues Boys' Baseball Knrac vs Baptist. United vs St. Augustin's. FootbaJ! St. Augustin's YE Knbs. United vs St. Mary's. Girls' Baseball St. Auguslin's vs Baptist. Wesley vs winners ol Knox vs Unit- ed. The winners of tho .semi-fiuats in each, league 'ft'lll the: finals at the picnic July 1st.' The results of. the semifinals'should be reported to Mr. tltmpr. (phone 1650) by .Monday evening. June 2S.' Track Events The finals of the'athletic events wili ue run off immediately after tea [he following order: i High H. and 10 y.rj. 50 C and 7 yre. 50 C and 7 yrs. Girls' girls to a team. HacX under 12 years. 50 8 and 9 yrjj. ifoppiug 12 and 13 yrs. 50 8 and 9 yrs. Burden 12 and 13 yrs. 50 10 and 11 yrs. Over the top (team 15 2 and 13 yrs. 75 10 and 11 yrs. itliudfold and gentle- man. 12 au3 13 yrs. 75 12 and 13 yrs. 75 li and 15 yrs. Three-legsud under 12 years. 100 14 and 15 Three-legged under 12 years. 75 1C and 17 yrs. Hunuing 13 and 13 years. 100 16 and 17 yrs. Bean over 14 yrs. Caterpillar race (.team S boys) Hoys over 14 yrs. Thread and needle and gentleman. _ BESTliWS Phoenix theatre today, is one of those stories that strikes out from the .shout- at the beginning of the first reel iand holds the spectator to arisen- hra r tie ver end. thralled grip to tie very end. TORONTO STREET RAILWAY CO. OFFERS COMPROMISE TORONTO, June At the adjourned conference of. the rep- resentatives of thVstriking street 1 The- story.opens "with'the railway employees, the company, who real thing the Ontario Railway Splendid Reports Being Heceiv- Head Dipped Thurs- day at. Two Points. SOVIET RULE IN IRKUTSK IRKUTSK, Central 25. rule has been thoroughly established in Irk- utsk. All institutions have been tionalized, most of the stores have beeu closed and a permit Is necessary to eveu purchase a newspaper. A (c-w Chinese merchants deal in bread, which costs 250 roubles a pound. Few I foreigners, and no foreign consulir of- ficials remain in Irkutsk. -A party of IS were.taken prisoners of war, were sent to Moscow last week. Officials declare the food crisis will continue until harvest. Dipping is proceeding apace lu the Lethbridge district. At two vats, Coal- dale and Taber, 'mere than one thous- and head vent through Thursday, the (irst day of the dipping. Reports re- ceived ID Lethbridge this morning re: garding this subject indicate that the ranchers and farmers are doing their btst to gal tao blanket lifted from the mango "rea. At Coaldale tMs morning, where thfi vat is situated on John McD. David- ion's farm, four hundred head were through the solution up to eleven j'clock and yesterday the total reached six hundred and that figure will bo surpassed today. Dipping in this dis- trict may be finished by Saturday but the total to bo put through is now es- timated to bo lower than at first thought. At present cattle, have coino 'rom f ivo mlies north and eight miles south. Several ranchers wao were expected to dip at this vat have gone to neigh- boring Yafs and that is Ihe reason the number at Coatdale will not bo as large. At Tahiv yesterday five hundred cattle were put through the vat and today Vfori is proceeding rapidly. ting possession of-papers I the fact that the woman whu died in tenement flat was the wife of a steel magnate. Her daughter IB a has been raised in luxury by ihe fatter. With the vlileln in possession pf the papers and the daughter, one can be prepared for almost anything that inay follow. In "The Twin Pawns" the" villain acts with great cunning, but eventually, as is the proper way with all good stories, the heroine is freed from the troubles that pursue The story of "The Twin Pawns" "WONDER IF THERE'D BE MUCH WASHIN1 TO THAT WASHINGTON Board and other bodies this afternoon, the company offered to increase the maximum wage from 55 cents to cents an hour, and the offer will be considered at a mass meet- Ing of the employees tomorrow night ARBITRATION SUGGESJEO VAR1S, June council of am yadors today approved A communi- cation to tho governments of Poking and Cfcecho-Siovakia. proposing to sub- stitute arbitration for tlie plebiscite in settlement of the Tescheu quesiion. A MYSTERY MONTREAL, Juue is a great df al 'of mystery here concerning the identity of the Montreal [jrm. who, according to Soviet AtubassaMor Mar- tens, In New York, is negotiating for the supply of worth of roll- ing stock to he slipped lorRussia. Tbe name of Boyer, Sloan and is not listed in either the telephone nr city directories. was adapted by Leoncc ducer and "director of, the picture. from Wilkie Collins' novel, "The Wo- man lu White." Mrs. SIdnoy in the charming Mrs. Chass comedy and Fox News makes up a splendid offering-for the wecK-end. AUSTRALIAN 0 pay 60 cents for a. package of the same Post To asties your grocer sells you at about 15 cents High Ocean Freights are responsible but Australians insist upon hav- the -best regardless of cost. Canadians are fortunate in hav- ing their own factory for making POST TQASTIES These superior corn, flakes made at Windsor are fast and surely gain- ing first place in family affection wherever sold. w PostToasties are the Best Corn Flakes Made Made by Canadian Poatum Cereal Co., Ltd.Windsor.Ont. {Continued Jrom Page The rich humor of "The Duko ol Bifjewater" and "the pore disappeared dauphin Lcoy ths Seventeen, of Ixjoy the Sixteen anil Harry Anton- two of thi.most amusing tig- lires in all fiction.'was excetluntly in terpreteu. Their .dramatic adventures .efminating in the dose ol tar and leathers, received elaborate portrayal The three ,WilkB slrls, the Widow Douglas, Sallia had 'much ;harm. The.Bettings .with the .wide river of the hottoni land and the slavesVan'd their pickaninnies moving all were large factors In the effective.result. It is a picture which all must enjoy At any rate, I cannot conceivu the person who will not. Certainly nc Hark Twain lover should miss it. v B. w. Action, Rather Than Words, Required in Stores Used for Best MotiorrPictures. Scott's Greatest Novel Striking Example of Dramatic Material Needed for Screen. Prohauly no man knows the under ,-orld of New York, nor, can write iioro entertainingly of it. than 1-c Hoy scott When he published "Mary it Created a, sensation, be- ause of its vivid 'action and the srtory unfulded Even better than "Jiary Regan" was tils second bood "A Daughter of Two Vorlds." In'this as in his previous ork, the main characters were of owest strata of society. In neither look dii lie attempt any character de- ineatiou, hut let tie actions of those n his book build up and betray .their characters as the story progressedv lActlon The Great Feature Action is the only thing which cau be shown in pictures, and for that reason greatest novel has only been made more vivid by its transferra! io the screen under the same title as the novel. The produc- tion ivhlch will be shown by the Em ?resa theatre today and tomqrrow, was nade'by Miss Norma her own company as tba fifBt'piclure Tor distribution by the-First National Exhibitors'. Circuit. To Miss Talrnadge has made a more character.of Jennie Maloae, than even the book, is saying nothing hut "what can be helieved by those (who are fa- miliar with former pictures by this young star. M P R E S Q TODAY AND_ TOMORROW Saturday Special Kiddies' Matinee 5c Norma Talmadge IN "A Daughter of Two Worlds" EXTRA SPECIAL FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY ONE OF THE BEST BEST PROJECTION OF MUSIC IN TOWN HARRY CAREY'AND COUNTRY COLONIAL TONIGHT iSeaulhe'h'uthbr' arid homely philoso- phy, tense dramatic rnoinents and heart appeal effectively-subtle, are em hodied in the Universal proiluctlo "Overland Hod." starring Harry Care which comes to the Colonial tlieatr today and Saturday. Tho picture is said to be one of th best in the star ha ever appeared. He 13 supported by a. cast that was exceptionally well chosen. The story opens with 'the screen favorite as Overland Red, a tramp who still retains tho gentlemanly in- stincts better days. Ho is enjoying life to the utmost with Collie, a boy he had Befriended. A girl comes Into hoth their lives anil becomes the centre of two dreams ,of a rosy, love-tiuged future. But "Red stifles his longing when he sees the i conflict of their emotions. The un- selfish way, in which he relinqulahes what-he had considered greatest thing in his life gives the story'a heart interest that is irresistible. There is the excitement and the thrill, the virile touch of Western life Red" that has always characterized Harry Carey's pictures liv'tliG'. The climax comes In a giiu-fight in a desert town, when Red avenges the cowardly shooting of.his friend, Collie. The photodraina is based on the novel of Ihe same name'by H. Herbert Knibhs. H was directed by Lynn Hey1 nolds, and in Carey's support will bo seen Tola Vale, Harold Goodwin, Charles LeMoyne. Joe Harris and the star's famous Flyiug Squaaron oJ Cow- pun chors. Tonight will also be Country Store Vodvil Nile at which a host fine prizes will he given away. Prof. Hunlvo Is also scheduled to appear Ip- ight. MAJESTIC TUBS., JUNE 29th Matinee 4 p.m. Night The Big Fun Show WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG, MAGGIE r "Turn backward, turn backward, oh imc in your flight, make mo a boy galn just for So sang the wet, and who among us has not often !onged to turn back the clock of limo to childhood's liappy, carefree days. You Eire girtng to have' an opportun' ity 10 do so soon for Peck's Bad Boy is coming to recall to you those days of-ybulh. Ho brings no serious Icma for you to two hours of fun and ynnlhfulnoss. Ho plays al tho pranks you used.to play ag a iioy and several now ones young America lias invented since that lime, for it's many years slnco you knew "Tho old swimmin' the insn where the largest and sweetest apples hung, anr tho stream where tho tron'. were bit ng best, lie Is surrounded by a bovy ot pretty nimble dancers, sing era and funny comedians. Two and one-hall hours of sane fun with a laugh for every minute, and nary a frown o headache, a show absolutely devoit of vulgarity is the promise of th management. One .night only nex Tuesday, June 29th Is the dale ot thl company's appearance at the Majesti theatre. VILLAIN HAS THE PAPERS AND THC GIRL Mae Murray, Star of Wtlkle Colllni Novel, Woman in While." "Tho Twin the Pnthe pli opening for a twodny run at th BRINSTKE CHILMEN-SKTOSOKY ITWJU.TICKU7HEM J FUNNIER AND BETTER THAN EVER COLONIAL MONSTER: WEEK'END SHOW I- Vodvillte Loads of Fine PrizesM-aujjlis: of Novelties, and World's Funniest -Telepathrc.. Bring Along Your Questions, Ask Him Anything. He Knows; Everything It's Going to Be a Merry Burlesque.'Get in or Have to Wail for a Seat. TODAY SATURDAY AS EVER 'AND FOREVER THE BRIGHTEST, BEAMING 'OFAll BAD BOYS EVER .PUT IN PRINT CARTOON OR UPON THE STAGE, NOT A MOVING PICTURE. SPECIAL MATINEE AT P.M. NIGHT PRICES Seals on Sale at Armstrong anJ Ra- worths' Saturday, 10 a.m. NOT A PICTURE The Romance ized 1 from- the famous novel IHINfr; HARRY CAREY; EVER Also Fourth Episode of "BOUND and GAGGED" "A LIONS' ALLIANCE: When the menagsrie broke loose In this screamingly funny two part comedy the' -whole' towri' wild. You'll faugh untiF your sides ache. It's with6iJt doubt the most 'sensationally funny comedy evs.r produced. Same -Popular-' Prices for This .10o, Adults... 35c Children... Prize Matinee Saturday for Kldttles FREE TICKETS FOft "PECK'S BADiBCV-; SPECIAL NOTICE THE' KITCHEN CABINET W.ILL-Bg GIVEN NEXT MONDAY 'tylGrIT AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SHARP, DOUBLE COUPONS FROM NOW TILL MONDAY. ;