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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE PHOTOPLAY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1920 CHAMPION THE SCARBORO COURSE, TORONTO Geo. Gumming on the left, then Albert Murray, HnrryVardon. anil Edward Ray, U.S. open champion, showing their style o! LETTER CARRIERS MEET IN EDMONTON, 1921 Sept. noon to- day elected at the Letter! Carriers' istli biennial convention.' NEW YORK; Sept.! re- Servos and scores 'of special guards were thrown'around the1 White Star Line piers here prior to the noon of the.steamer Baltic, 'against which a "demonstration was staged a week ago by Irish-American women pickets and longshore- men who quit work on British ships on the west side waterfront. Three hnndred.relatives and friends Cai j They President, W. A. Mac-1 .Ties-president, 1 Pred G. Bushel, Calgary; organising' secretary, John Archer, Hamilton, with A. E. Hull, of Toronto, as alternate. Alex. McJIordie, of Toronto, was re- elected secretary. -.The provincial presidents Include: D. Campbell, Edmonton; A. H. Webb, Moose Jaw. 'The convention will meet in Edrnon- ton neit year. The convention decided to ask for a salary .schedule of Of departing passengers were com- pelled to say their "good-byes" in the street under precautionary regula- tions which barred all but'ticket hold- 'ers from the big filers until thejiner .drew out into the stream. Women pickets continued their demonstration In front ot the Baltic's berth, carrying banners'proteiting against British 1m- WINNIPEG, Sept. uelegales to Ihe Imperial Press who today complet- ed their, t'bnr of. the Canadian west; this afternoon attended their last pub- lic function in the west. It WHS a .luncheon tendered them by the pag Canadian ciub.. The newspaper- men leave for the 10 o'clock tonight over the R, Following the luncheon, addresses were made by Perciral chair- and tl.820, with the questioner! Jj a bonus eliminated. The convention dosed Ihls noon. after- and Technical, by Percy Hurd, 51.-P. Jlr, Marshall urged Canadians to make Ihe voice ol Canada heard more In Brilain, and this would result! MANiTOBA LABORT inMlracling n.en and ,none> Mr. Hurd expressed the hope tbaC-j of nll par- WINNIPEC, Sepl. will lay j iVa7faiiire" SATURDAY MIGHT SHOW AT THE COLON'iAi. Tonljlit's 5ne show at the popular Colonial theatre will Include the fol- owftuj: jack world's chimpiou, i Jack." Anbrey In 'MihJs and Mus- In" a flue comedy. Eddie Lyons aad Lee Moran In their first five reelfoaiure comedy, "Every- thing But the Truth." Beresfard's Orchestra in a fine or- chestra! concert, together with special marimbaphone and xylophone Vie Ludgate. IT DEPENDS ON THE ROPE Tom Mil, who has made famous his delineation ot Western characters, has a reputation for being the most fear- less "stunt" iiis screen: In his.latest nhotodrama which Is be- ing shown at the Phoenix theatre, he- shows that this reputation Is not nl together unearned. In one. e-f his scenes, Tom Mix was 16 reactie Kathleen Connors, his lead- Ing lady, from a ledse on a mountain slda where she had fallen while pick- ing Sewers. Tying his lariat to the- pommel of his saddle, Mix let nlmself down to the ledge, a distance of fifty feet. Hero he placed the ropo around his waist and taking Miss Connors in his arms he called to ihls horso "Old Blue.1' Obedient to his order, the horse started to pull and Tom Mix with his MUlHtK! Syrup of Figs" Child's Bsst Laxative FERRYMAN DROWNS PRINCE HUPERT, B.C., Sept. Jans Anderson, ferryman at Paelfl1 was drowned today in the Skeena river when his canoe upset. Anderson, was a veteran of great war, and leaves a and family. The body was not recovered. Does 1 flow? Delmay's .French Hair 'Tonic will stop the hair from falling. It remotes dandruff and hair look healtby. Uclmoy's Fftnch Hair Tonic is'a food for the h.air. It nourishes the roots, and 13 a'.jftntlly perfumed dressing. Girls must hare nice look- ing hair to bo beautiful; Men must keep the hair in a Healthy condition! j Accept Syrup of Fig I for the name California 01 1h9 package, then you are sure you child Is having the best-and--- harmless physic for .the little" stomach .and bowels. Children lova ;t fruity.? taste. Foil: directions on eae nettle; You must "say leading ladjr his arms dangled- up arald real dangers under !hc direction us of theinc-untaln. flelow him of David Suiltb. a sheer drop of several thousand eel. H Old 'BTlif- had Klumbled or he rope hail f.-ayel as it was dragged ver the rocks, this story would have leen an obituary to Mr. Mix and Miss Connors, but usual the Mix brand f luck hold good and the two arrived fely at suinmll but not without feeling c.f relief on the part of the teclators. SMASHING CANADIAN TALE BY CURWOOD AT COLONIAL MON, No finer holiday attraction could wjsl.bly have been securer than "The iourage.of Marge the great Canadian (ale by James Oliver Cur- vood .vrhlch .will, bo at the Colonial heatre on. Monday and Tuesday. It Is a slory of strong men antlibrare learts living la the broad 'expanse of erritory. north of 63. JThe players, everyone .a star, braved of a blizzard ir. th'e Uocky mountains a order to get realism. The picture