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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PHOTOPLAY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEIl V, 1S20 VAUDEVILLE Take Cars Away- From, the "Careless Drivers of Motors 3Burdeif Has Some Will. Be Inaugurated Again On bcfobfr 3rd OtliciaV i Announce 1 Macleod will get bact ils double daily-train service to Calvary, com- mencing ou October 3. Sucli was tbe announcement made by Charley general manager, western lines, C.P.R, when in .Letbbrirtjre dur- ing the week-end. "Mr. Mnrpby.' Ir, company -witli J. M. Cameron, super- intendent ot tha Aibsrta niiiricl. and C. D. MacKinlosh. mperinteedent of 'the southern district, .loured the. south, commencing ai "Saturday and Sunday. They came from Calgary on Salur- a track motor. Mr. Murphy al- ways using this method in making his inspections of the trucks. On Sun- day ,they weul south of the .city and Mr. >htrphy said be found everything in: readiness for; the'moving .of. the crop.--. Conditions throughout tbe lyere spier-did, j askwi about Ihe" Leth'oridge line >lr. aurphy ioih- ing could be done UQtil the contraclois can sufficient labor. For .EOnjR time aloug-'thft Macieod-Calgary line havei lieeiCasir tatlae for. the resumption or'service is.Tas siVen'-last winter. .VK'Ca'm- ?ron "announced thai'the winter.'tiiiie- Uole will so into effect on-October 3 and on that date the tv.o trains a day will be run between Macleoil and Calgary.. In dttcuislng rnotor accidents, Attorney-General Boyte says ayrecs'with Cjly Solicitor Marcus of Calgarjr ihlt' the law In Mani- toba which 'permits1 the rmpdunti- Ing c-f the car cr a driver convict- ed for careleu.diving or speed- ing is a good .thing. Mr. Boyle premised to make 'a recommenda- tion to' the.cabinet for au amend- ment to the ir.oter act atong these the Mani- -toba'feature'of "prc-virflhg'cards for drivers, only after an cxa'fnihatioV which are endorsed convictions-of the driver for motor -law otfenses., -After a certain the car of thei.'drfyer Is taken away from him' foij'ctrtajn periods viiVi- in the court. CITY TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP (he Average. For The Entire Hopes To-.Be Able To'Improve Conditions in Allieria End of Pass Great .Inferesl.m'the Carnival to Staged ijiere Next WIFE TAKES OVER TASK Mrs. H. S. Eagnall, of Medicine [s out organizing the prohi- bition forces In the iTaber and Warner constituencies, taking the place of her husband, who was killed In a motor accident near Foremost a ,few weeks ago. She Mr whole time to the work.. She is a gifted woman, ac- cording to those hayek heard her speak; "DAN DERI NE" Hair' bomfng Doubles' It.l'.r: Colonel thcatro last night. (is tralv a njc.ture la thouMud aui bcauly of. the laudscapss, the cleverness ot the players, the In- ss of the story, (he faithfulness .e director aud Ilie Imroductloi! Lulu Island "Lalu" Island-. at> Jloulh .of Fraser Is -Boasfful About its Crops VAXCO.tJVER. H.C.. Sept. pring'rains and tlu yentficient sun- shine oftjuly and Aususi have coaled AJI average of nine or ten lsi.of; v-ient to .an aero uMil wo this year's: res'ulto fur the. farmers in th.a iliirdeti district, itccordiug to an niado by C. T. Mc-Kinnon, manager o[ th'u Staudsnl Daalt there. McKincon spenL tie hofiday in and. returned to Ms bank tqdsy.: Some threshing has lieeo. done and yields. runuiag Jrcni twelve to twenty- five busheliau aero have been report- ed to Win. As'the district is spotted average for the entire section will pulled down considerably, ho said. wheat has teen threshed i's grad- ing well. Cnttlos is practically com- pleted. Tha foundation has been construct- ed for tha new Slamlard Bank home there and work is rusliod. Several fanners are busy drilling for artesian wclis. It was at BurdeU that the O.P.K. this Epriug struck a big flow of 'water. from the fertile of Luin Island one of tie test i-rcrs garnered in years, and "the harvest season will bo a short one. Lulu Island farm lands vary in a most niarted degree. Tiiia is perhaps true land, the alluvial deposit .which jellies one day being covered" th'e ueit with shifting Eands. Sometimes a'one-acre "farm" .is .as streaked as the 'family bacon, layers "silt and saud alternat- ing.. This results in varying yields, and-the'condition i? nnlyremed.led, by th'e'tis'e'p't "fertilizer. One field'may yield-100 bushels or tnts to the acre, "iile; across ih'e t, beggarly SO resulth- This the largely, responsible for. Near; "Bridgepon. Seisiulth 'and be seen some of the fin- ______ est crops'-ever giWn anywhere. Near w.hp'play the-leading-feminine roles, BranEcornb'.ls: an: oat. field where the (display wardrobes which run the full gamut of my lady's wardrobe. Cior- .Beautiful Costumes in DeMille's Production Change Your Gowns that for beauty and style anything over seen ou tho screen art a feature of Cecil B. Da- Mille's latest screen- piasterpiBce, "Why. Change Tour Design- ed .especially, for this .production by ot anlratils iu.s.troog roles. arc thu that "Tlie of Jlarga O'Uooce" "different froii the average picture. Tho savaje dogs. Ihe bear fight, tho thrilling escape from ".The the aies-tins cf David-arid Maw. ine of Tnrlsh and the scene on the" mouutalus'just us" the dawn is bieaXlus.op day -ara some of tte big situations (list 'grip iho siiec- tator and are recalled after tlie liicture has faded" Irtui the screen. It Is-a tile; in a big way and presented all ot tlio sploudor End niSgntJiccico.known io scrctn aft. It.'is a travelosue as 'well: as one of Ihe mds( thrllilug and inier-- estiug stories ever tllnied.. it will be1 shown" again' tonight' for too last! time. MAX BLOOM'S FINE SHOW "NOVELTIES OF COMING BACK ACA5I Jn.respoasa to the popular dcraanl for a return engagement, Managa Drown of lia Majestic has arrange' to bring the line musical show 'Tu' Novelties of again for at niter night. Tbis was the attraclio! ai the Mjjestio last Saturday night playing to a big ft.uilteace. and givlni the utmost salfsfastionV 5Iax BIooc liss surronnded tiinself with an arra.1 of talent seldom. equalled here, and 1 .will be good news to those, '.lo'know that the show returns nexi Tuesday niKht, Sept. Jitl' to th.' .Majestic, Wt-IY CHANGE YOUR That is Opinion of Lotah-Bank lal Calgary Conditions throughout lAlbcrta are very encouraging, according to reports submitted at a meeting of ninety binder- cbnld only cut half a swath, the grain being so hish and heavy that a .full ;cnt choked the machine and the; sheaves noald sot pass through. This field will yield well over 140 bushels per in the same b h. P enyy boasts a crop rnnfces'other records look small. From 3G-ncrcs. ISO tons were-out. or an av- erage, of. ftve tons per o'fre. At ?50 a toil (his looks like ?340U.: .Over'on No. i'road. miming soutll from jibe north arm "of t.he' rFraser, to SteH'esfon, is a reiniiiding the b'rairhj. Buriiiff the-hazy days of Au- gust, the sea is not visible and the open. to stretch away for. miles. Large farms are the rule here and some bumper crops have re- warded the farmers this season. The 'Fowler term, given over largely to I oats, has a stand of being will average 125 bushels HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEViLLE STARTS AT COLONIAL NEXT MONDAY The reeutar'vaudeville' season for ilie fall and winter opens at the Col- onial theatre next .Monday and Tuesday with the opening show of tho twpub.r Hippodrome Circuit This vaudeville proved imiiier.sely popular last season at the Colonial, and.In the return of it this year, Iheatre-soers hf.vo the assur- ance of-many an evening's unalloyed pleasure at the Colonial. A considerably" bolter slsndard of .acts, will bc'.soim'thfe coming season, this fact, being made possible by the amalgamation of }be lllppodrono Cir- cuit with'the Loew Circuit, and the one of' the wofld'a premier designers, Western Managers' Asso- tiese, costuaies are the final word In i ciation. fashion" and sheer ijbauty. Four- acts of voudeville, and a fine feature photoplay bill; together with the Colonial Concert Orchestra of six soloists will ..make .up the. shows. -.Gloria Swanson and Daniels, geous negligees, simple and dignified house' dresses, -and -stunning evening gowns are displayed it every angle of the story.- Husbands Shiih iha t" '.'olhe r" w otii an" Beaiity-ma'y begin at- home; very .human; There's, no. need fgr you to roam." .naE Usien --To. Onscreen a tlieme-frohi ike Sweethearts! Awa- 'ten! Better see Change 'Your morning and stated there be M lc Cllt' plenty of money for legitimate busi- ness this tail! T. E.. llcrritt, _ suparinlendent of branches, attended and M. Kennedy, superintendent in Al- berta, during an address eiprossod .No comniltial .was given at the meeting In regard to a new' home for the Merchants Bank In Lethnrldgo. GET TWENTY-FIVE CASES OF RED LIQUOR (Sweet Grass Advocate) About 25 cases; of high-grade Can- E. Sanborn of tile American customs, Tuesday night of Ibis' -Keek, The booze was found by the officers in tho cellar of Iho old Prank Xcvills ONLY TABLETS MARKED ASPIRIN Not Aspirin al All without ths "Bayer Cross" The name "Bayer" idoqlifju the iconlains proper ilirecuonn for Duly FcnilinR i-__.t K.-r .nrctiiiii or Toolhechc. Karnclio, Xcii- lgia, LumbiVBO, Riicutnatiara, Xc by physicians for overninc. vj iwi uiuriiluu- ccn years and now mado in Canada. tis: Joint Tains, and 1'ain jicnerally. a n anaa. Always .buy an unbroken package of "Eajcr Tablets of Aspirin" wliicli n an jicneray. Tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a Jew cents. Larger "Jljycr'' packages Announcement has been raode tliat the test'for fiwfmmers' liadges for the boys "belonging Io the classes held re- rc.iitly vronld lie hold tomorrow (Wed- nCFdayj. September This test, however, he on Monday, Scp- toml'fr tin.' Twelve boys 60 far have jcpp.eil the preliminary -test, and sev- era1. more v.-Jil be ttirned.out before the of t'no v.-cek. Tliose not sue- cesefn! in celling'through'In the re- nuircj lime will he formed into a class and further lesEor.s given. Tho Classen tomorrow will come at the fol- lowing times: No." i nr.d I. 130 p.m. No. 11.m. No. 3, n.m. ALBERTA PHY31CfAH3 TAKE PLEBISCITE A plchiccitc of all members of the Alberta Metiic.ii Association to ascertain their views on the sub- ject of liquor prescriptions been taken by the executive of the association. Ths result will be announced at a full meeting of the association in Edmonton on Sept. 22 Io 24. Each medical prac- titioner was asVrcd to answer three questions: First, are you ir> favor of medical men prescribing liquor as provided in the Alberta Liquor Act; second, arc you in favor of restricting the nr nber of prescriptions to 50, 75 or 100 per month, and third, are you in favor of medical practitioners prcscrib- Ino liquor for other than strictly medicinal purposes? SPECIAL PRODUCTION IS MASTERPIECE OF MODERN FILM. ART 'The Courage of O'Doone'Ms -Truly One Picture in a .Thou-. Band It is seldom that a niotion picture leaves the impression that James Oliver Curwood'a "The shack, now owned by Knoblc. Knokle was arrested and is now out f on 51000 bonds pending action of the federal government. The Ncvills shack is located "a few miles east of here. Tho liquor, val- ued at Is now in.tho hands ot the American customs. Two shows lie given, al 7 and 9 p.m., and-a.m'atinee will.-also .be. run; .Particulars of the opening bill vril be announced .tomorrow; It's a .dandy. TONIGHT Is positively your last chance to See JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S Mighty Canadian Play Tiie Courage of ;e u EVERY NIGHT COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA in So, Aiberia NEXT MON. TUES. GRAND OPENING BILL IPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVIEIE inning, a new- feaso'rii Ft FV Hi5l? I lECIL.B. DeMlLLES v cheerful people are nearly Always those who drink only Bltie Ribbon Tea. They couldn't' any -other .way. enjoying-'this 'fra- r ant i t e a; or even.wh.en An Italian at Xcw York Is charged wiH stczllns 100 dolls from a shop where ho empioycd. He oniitatn-' cil he intt-ndtMl soon to return to his raltve land ami wished (o take homo presents (or all EXCHANGE' AND LETTERS OF CREDIT This Bank offers peculiar advantages in, handling Foi-eign Exchangft and issuing letters of Credit. With Branches in every part of Canada, as well S3 Jo several important cities elsewhere, and with corres- pondents of high standing in all of the world, it ii able tq place many at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF. COMMERCE PAID-UP''.CAPITAL RESERVE-FUND BRANCH-K. .W. Reikie, Manager. .Here's to those If Ve.only .cared. "Here's" to "those whom we'd, love "If'we "A 'butterfly woman's toast-to the husband of a too wifely wiCe. Until at last 'ho Vdarcd." But tho wife was still young Ihese two beautiful wo- men culturo, manners, breeding, flnng. In an In- stant to the ing like maddened tlgres-" Ills ttie man they 'lored. the (lash, tho fashion, the .vivid, mlinmto revelations or this sensatioiiaj com- panion picture to Cecil E. DcM.llto'B "Don't .ClianEo- Vour HuRbund." WITH THOMAS WEIGH- AN, GLORIA-SWANSON, BEBE DANIELS, THEO- DORE KOSLOFF. It surpasses anything ever seen In Lcthbrldgt be- fore, fllgger, better than "The Miracle "Male and "Back to God's Coun- "Broken "Old Kentucky." The pub- lic will pleaso notice thtss better productions were all placed at the Empress, and wo trade entirely on our own reputation. NOW PLAYING Tbcffcrlil's GuzUM HiElmar To Tbe Pidfic Coiri A BUSINESS irip to tSe Owsi becomes pleasurt f you cross tha Canadian Pacific excellent dining and service, compaclmem wrvfiiion CAJS, Liberal stop-over privileges. Stt gateway pen to wilh'tliB Vancouver Hole! of metropoHtan V.1CTORIA, bit of old England, wcnderful and The Empress CAKiDIAl? PACIFIC RAILWAY -j. Phono 512 TICKET, AGE.N1 ;