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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LBTHgpTPGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, 22, 1U2U PHOTOPLAYS Blany of the Floalg. Brought Forth Ecomiums From Crowds on Street .To ths sound of the City Band which headed the procession, the parade was the Initial evetit in tlie pro- p-am of tha Dig Coaldale Fair and Ectary Carnival held in the fair 'grounds wended its way on' the route mapped oat. There -was a very good turnout of citizens to witness !L V Coaldale was typically represented with the past and the present, the pioneer days and the days of present comfort and prosperity wrought ty -what this irrigated district has been capable oJ producing. The former was represented by a caravan typical of the early days, attached with rib- bpna ol green and yellow, alfalfa and grain, to a large motor car driven by of the Snggit Agency. This was a very well conceived device and serred to accenuate what tho pioneers of irrigation in Western Can- %ada in the Coaldalo blazed the trail and accomplished In the splendidly erjnipped van containing speci- mens of alfalfa, grain and vegetables raised in the district by the copious water furnished by irrigation aided by the diligent efforts of man. Squash and -pumpkin gigantic proportion marrows and in fact everything that is edible In the shape ot vegetables proclaimed the fertility of this modern Land ol Promise. Tha "natural" products of Southern Alberta, its smiling young daughters, mothers ol the generation to come lound their place in the parade in a largo van with the Broiling and hapny. looking little maidens who gave dig- tinction to it with their "happy morn- ing laces" wreathed in the smiles of Southern Alberta's sunshine. They were dressed In the colors of the city yellow, black, and green, representing the natural products of the city and district In grain, coal and alfalfa tho material product of which was carried by the bright little maidens. The float Wfr tbs Lctbbr'flse Herald, which wishes to acknowledge assist- fince from Misses Bateman and Kerr of the Westminster school stair The r children were pupils of Westminster school. A car full of.floral beauty -was that of the Terrlll Moral company, bedeck- ed and bedizened vrith thousand ast- ffs of three colors with the legend which has come as a slogan of the day it ivilh flowers." The motor firms of Lcthbridgd put up a very creditable and imposing dis- First in the procession of these firms was the Graham Motor Co., with 8ve different types of cars, two urav Dorts and three Studebakers. The Baalim Motor Co. had a two ton tour- ing car on a truck, followed in line irith eight types of the Nash and Chevrolet. The Oldsmobile was rep- resented with car and truck In which travelled some of the teachers of the city. The Lethbrldge Motors hail its type of car. the McLaughlin and the Bijou Motors had a truckful of young hoys. TUe Forrf Garage was repres- ented with two cars, a touring car and a coifs. In the line of motor display was also the International Harvest- ers Co's motor truck, carrying model engine and cleaning separator. The Ellison Mills had a car laden with their sacks of Sour. The lumber business was represented by a midget van' denoting the huge lumber In its raw state, belonging to the Peter Lund lumber concern. A miniature iioi car representing the merchandise carried, brought the C.P.R. freight de- partment into eridence. Hlck-Sehl hardwarp had its van with two of the Good Cheer stoves. Brightness was added to the parade by the van of the Camp Fire Girls, looking very bonny in their ceremonial dress of rough cloth for camp life and their Indian beads, the whole set off by a tent. Campbell, Wilson and Home were i represented by a Tan load ol the i wholesale goods they supply, tasle- j fully arranged, and John Gilmore had the- "staff of lite" on view with his 1 Quaker bread. MEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH A MONTREAL MURDER Sept., 22.-Two men have been arrested, one in Toronto and another in Victoria, B. C., as possible material witnesses In the case of Constable Thomas Chicoine, who was munlored on his beat on tho night ol Juno 13 by men he Inter- rupted while committing a burglary the local police have been advised! The police are holding two moro men here as witnesses. The police give the name- ol the man taken in ens- tody in Toronto as Harold Abeam. The name ol the witness held in Vic- toria has not been divulged here. -MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's'Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California ot thft pachage, then you are 'sure youEt hMrth of th EfnTiHest d the FROM THE GREAT STAGE SENSATION By Michael Morten Photoplay by Ouida Bcrgerc TODAY FOR THE LAST TIME DOROTHY GISH IN She waa tired of .being the only "live one" in a villaus of slcco- walkers. Tired of watehlru the train whir by with othsr no" somewhere to do somelhina. ;