Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 23

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 3,1920 What the Press Agents Say , (Cofttlmied From Pago Five.) ntimbor on the bill. Some clasiiy piano Vlnylng, entertaining singing, and re-luiirkaWe banjo playing make Baker and Baker's act exceptional As a special added attraction, Man-�ger Len Brown has secured one ot the best photo dramas seen here for many weeks. This will be the Bplenotthlfl genius. His whole reputation, nbir rivalling that of aayone on the Umda^kf&se. is based on hie ability aa a comedian. , BTerr one of hia productions,..but "The Luck of the tttLvr," in which ta� bag created the leadjlni roles, has been a comedy. There. are "Brewster's'Mtlllona" In wl\ich he played Monty Brewster; "Araeni tupln" In wkl�h'he played the tit^e role, "Capt.'~ Xldd, Jr.", "Officer 666," "atop Thief," "A Pair of 8exe^," "The Off Chance," all -.plays which Mr. Hutchison pro-tttieed originally, which ibade tremen-d^ttta euccesses, served to enhance his reputation as an actor but as a pro-ddcisr-and each one ha^ showed him iii;4 light comedy role. the British crltlcB havii it that Mr. Hulj^hison produced the two greatest ; plays of the war, "The Luck of the N*vy," was one. "General Post" is the other. One treats of the navy, the other of the. army. ' Each of the war, but neither takes the audience to battle. "General Post" Js.'.laid ,in a drawing room, and its theme, treated whimsically, is the social changes which rc-shlted from the turning of a peaceful Britain into a nation, of soldiers. I Plashes of wit keep "General Post" brilliantly alight from start to llnlsh, and decorate what is at the bottom a charming romance. 4\ si;(?| Beltran, editor of the newspaper BStf "4 Pals, was shot and. killed in e duel i yesterday by Jose Bailie of Ordenesj: ' former president of Uruguay. ThO;, duel took place in the morning with,:, the usual formalities, and with sec-' onds and surgeons in attendance.'The.. weapons used wore pistols. iBeltran, was shot In the breast and died abort-',; ly afterward, Tlie morning newsr papers today printed announcements-of the impending duel. They said that ; foimer President BatUo had-sent his seconds to Beltran, challenging the, .tournalist because of statements pub-llsbert In his newspaper which BatUe coniiidered otfonslve. . COURTS INTERVENE V TORONTO, April .^.-Justice Kelly has given judgment against the Black Lake Asbestos & Chrome Company restraining the directors :from carrying out an agreement with J. A. Jacobs. Montreal,, whereby the directors were to resign individually and he replaced by a new board. The action was brought by JVIe.s8r8. >IacDou�aIl end Cowana, on behalf of themselves and other shareholders. WEO. By the special request of the Prp-Tijicial Board o� Health imder the direction of the Hon. A.v G. Mackay, Min-i.^ter of Health, the daringly truthful motion picture of modern social con-flitions as they really exist, entitled, "Fit to Win" will be shown to audiences which arc requested to be composed ot men only, at the Colonial Theatre next Wednesday and Thursday. "Fit to Win" Is the first and only motion picture to speak frankly and JibsoUitely without fear or favor *ou the causes and effects of venereal diseases. It tmdertakes to .show how much mi.sory, sorrow and loss, how muf'li death could be sa^ed, U the sex instinct wore not pfervevted, misunderstood and misused. Think of the toll that social disease wrests from-niankiiul. Think of the misery and un-happlness, because'of the lack ot knoW-. ledge of the .sex laws. The rottenness of part oC our so-called modern systems and social conditions are truthfully pictured In "Fit to Win," first lii a series oE educational pictures which show actual cause and effect. Then the films show a drama written arouhd a story of today, of the experiences of two young soldier \ioys, one of whom sets out "to go the 'imit" as ho calls It, and the other of v.iiom decides to tread "the straight and narrow." The picture is vivid to say the least, and the Pi-ovincial Board o� Health admit that It Is doing so much good work In combatting the \ evils of today, that It will bo exhibited througholit the length and breadth of the province. Men only will be admitted to the showings in the Colonial next Wednesday and Thursday, but if satisfactory arrangements can be made it will bo shown exclusively to the women of the city at a slightly later date. TOM MIX COi�ING . Vm WQ PHOTOPLAY He Claana. Up' a Lawleaa Wsatern Towii a^iJ' beaa Many Ai-toMdl.iio Stunt*. Tom Mix, one of the greatest exponents of the real life of the old West, will apjfear at Starlsnd Monday and Tuesday in his latest Wll-riam Fox photoplay, "The Coming of, the Law," based on the book by j Charles Alden Seltzer. Mr. Mix has selected a fine cast for this play. He has Brownie Vernon for his leading lady. ; "The Coming of the Law." \b a. stdry of Dry ^ottpm, New Mexico, to which town Mix, In the cJ^aracter of Kent Hollls, comes to succeed his father, who was head of the Circle-BarRanch. He finds his father h^s ,died; also llnds that cattle rustler's >r?!.runnl,ng the town. Although Kent .is a tenderfoot, he jumps in to clean up the town and bring lay_ and order to the place. He does so maiiy afliaaing things that the rustlers are beaten by astonishment rather than by gunplay. As usual, Mix does some stunts In this picture that take one's breath away. WANTED IN ARKANSAS , ARRESTED IN ALBERTA PROVOST, Alia., April 3.-Wanted in Arkansas for murder, William Green, alias Anderson, was arrested here yesterday by Corporal Forrester of the Provincial Police. A reward ftf f250 had been offered for the arrest. W a s ift 11 R u n - D o w n PETRdLIA ' Mrs. John Smith, > Box Si2�,- Petrolia, Out., writes: "it is 27 yeare since I first made use of Dr. Chase's Nw'e Food. Ait'that time I was all nui down: and went away from home to reit. ^Tiile; away . Dr. Chase's Nerve ^od was;Tecpm-mended to me, ao in an effort to recover, I tried it. X took six bbx��', and in a few weeks I was 'completely well again. Since then I have had occasion to use Dr. Chase's Nerve Food several times. '^Once after au operation. I used this treatment as a tonic for extreme weakness, and it quickly restored mo to health. I used it again when suffering from nervous prostration, and it brought back my health and' s^trepgth. I have recommended Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to a �reat many people, who have token it with good results, and 1 would advise anyone suffering from run down system or nervousness of any deacrtp-tion to give this treatment a faithful trial. "I might also sayvthat we have used Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver. Pills and Liver Medicine in our household Av^th splendid results, while we always keep this Ointment on hand as a never-fall-splendld results, while w always keep ;ing remedy." . Meaford h you say you are " run-dov^n," you are likening yourself to a clock whicK, irbm lack of winding, is losing power and grows weaker and weaker in action until it stops. The nervous system is the power plant of the human body. Once the blood gets thin and the nerves do not obtain proper nourishment, you find the machinery of the body running down. The digestive system fails, the vital organs weaken in their functions, and you suffer from weakness, h.ead-aches, sleeplessness arid pain. St., Mrs. Chas. Lyon*, Margaret Meaford, Ont. writes:- . "About three year* ago I suffered from i|6lrvou8 indigestion, my system becaimi run down, and I could not ;^eep. I tried almost every patent -inedicine I knew of, and doctored with doctor* both here and in Toronto, but coiild not obtain relief. A friend >Bdyiaed me to try Dr. Chase's Nerve Fobd, *6 my husband got me some, and I commenced using them. Before ,1 had' finished the second box, I saw I was getting better, so I continued the treatment until I was cured. I can eat and sleep well now, end have not been bothered with the old symptoms since. I can cheerfully recommend the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to all suiTering from nervousness of any kind." Perth Mr. W. J. Wilson, Grocer, Perth, Ont. writes:- "In fitting up this building for a grocery business, I worked very hard, and after putting in my stock I continued plugging away good and Hard loo. 1 commenced to feel myself going down-my weight went front 180 pounds down to 154 pounds. appetite liegan to fail, and of course upon retiring I could not get a good mght's rest. Sometimes after going to sleep, iny nerves would twitch nnd I would waken up with a start, and then lie owste for hours. I remembered having used Dr. Chase's Nerve Food before, so I started in again, and took a good treatment, using about half a dozen boxes.' I soon felt my "�appetite returning, I could sleep .well, �� and 'commenced gaining in weight, until I felt like n new man. From the benefits I have received from the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food 1 cannot speak too highly of them." But where there is life, there is hope. And if you go about it properly, you can restore the wasted peryes and bring back vigor to the human system. A little patience will be necessary, a Tittle persistence in the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, for nervoui troubles are not overcome in a day. There will be days when you feel better and other discouraging days. But Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is bound to.benefit you because it supplies in condensed and easily assimilated form the elements with which Nature buildb up rich blood and vital nerve force. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food so cents p box, all dealers, 6rr Cdmanton, Bateii &Co., Ltd., Torontei Portrait and siflnature of A. W. Chase, M.D., the famoua Raaetlpt B�ek author on every box. Trenton Mrs. Chas^LaiTerty, King St., Trenton Ont. writes:- "For some time I was troubled with nervousness, could not sleep well, and was in a generally run down condition. I used to take d'lzzy spells and sometimes was ao bud that 1 was afraid to walk on the street. A friend of mine had been using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food with such good results that I commenced using them, too. 1 think I used about five boxes in all, and can say that I am now in much beltpr hcnlth, can cat and sleep line, and do not feel that dizziness I used to. I am stronger and better in every way, and even my friends remark how much better I look. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has donc^rac much good that I cannot so praise this wonderful medicine too highly." "THE DUMBELLS" "Waii't Clean Comedy?" Here you have it. This is the manner in which the Winnipeg "Tribune" of January 27th commences It.3 criticism of "Biff, Blng, Bang," the musical comedy given by the "Dumbells," the all soldier show which comes to the Ma-je.stlc for next Tuesday, April 6th, after their Initial performance in Wln-nipes. This, and the following criticism, amply evidences the warm reception given the "Dumbell.s" iu �Winnipeg and th.3ir popularity there: "BIIT,- Biiig-, Bang" is most appropriately namod. Monday night's por-fonnancs of the "Dumbells" In their original musical revue, went oft with a zip and from start to finish first nighter.s were i;i a continual flt of lau.'jhter and merriment." "Pretty girls," there are, of course and tho masculine elements'who com' peso llio iHirts, proved that while a UtiU: iiniiu ui!(l pon'der go a long way This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City R. SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies* and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND FINESSING PHONE 1236 815 THIRD AVE, S. J. N. ANDERSON GEO. P. PORTER Contracting Plasterer AUCTIONEER All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish-; edFree. f^gr-' Farm and City Sales 826 SEVENTH ST. S. T' PHONE 148^ 327 11th STREET SOUTH PHONE 1632 W. PERKINS WITH HUTTON & PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, City-Phone 693 T. ROTHWELL ROTHWELL & KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILKS) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 VETERANS' TRANSFER (GEO. GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT & HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, CCD. 1317 ist Ave. North Lethbridge. Phone 646 D. Brunton & E. J. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At 328 Thirteenth Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 9893 7306 4?6075 1757 ;