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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT .THE IJETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, PHOTOPLAYS INTO TELU1 LIE OWEN JaJy bg his Gtory oJ Arnell LOTO'S confes- sion of the murder of his mother. Mr. Eharpe saW: -Arnell told that his mother aad he had heon ta a sort of ft boyish fend, lor sometime. This '.morning he anrioun to get to school to have fun- :His mother ordered .him to draw some wood and water. He threw down his school big In a tern- par got the wood and tin entering armful, paw his mother stand- ing orer him. turning suddenly he her with one of the pieces of wood, never knowing the effect It Would hare. When she tell, he scar- cely knew what to do. He lifted the endoth from the trapdoor, grabbed a off the table the dcnva end what followed he has scarcely a idea." "As regards Ms experience before the stated Mr. Bharpo, "he laid that the detectrfes hid questioned Hm tn aa alarming miiroer, shouting him; Thar to the boy, accord Kg to his itory, 'Ton know your fata PRESS CONFERENCE TALKS BY -WIRELESS PHONE TO ST. JOHN, NFD. ST. JOHNS, Nfld., July telephone ths Signal Hill station of Company and the carryins to' the Imperial Press Con- fines K Toronto, were held yes- terday. The station here picked up part of the conversation. The Victorian was 100 miles at Premier Squires of Newfoundlsno will extend welcome to the press by wireless telephone. DEBATE IN Declaration of Nullity of Mar- riage by Catholic Bishop Rouses Clergy MONTREAL, July action of the. Roman Catholic archbishop of li baaed upon Uu kttmble Inherent is all u what the morrow will However, know that ti; AT THE PHOENIX kOled ybnr mother? If you do not jjontreai :ln declaring null the rear toll us what TOB know there Is only of one DuEgan (a ,Rom- feea thing to do and that is to put yon Catholic) with one George Brea- father who itwashis did -it, knowing that it nan, (a been by a clergyman of the tciou__ _, chnrch M England, under authority the trial came bo thought ha Uve Eime." mtroe, tat never thinking-tb at i o[ a: license from tbe lieutena'nt-gov- lather wooH hang ol "prwlace together with Ihe judgment of a judge of tho super- ior court, Montreal, annulling such marriage for (Ml civil purposes, was Lhe subject.of consideration at a spec- ial'meeting'of the clergy and minis- ters of various Protestant churches in Montreal held yesterday. The result of: the" decision-wns i strong protest from the meeting, .which placed Itself onTecord as being of the opinion that the'action both of the ecclesiastical authorities and of the civil courts is unconstitutional and should bs resist- ed. Operate at Same Place Years in Suc- cession Boys! Here's the chance ol a life- time! The Acquatlc Club have very itndlv agreed to let you have the use of their boat-house for swimming aad boating every Wednesday afternoon to the end of August. Mr. Ridpath, who has had a iot to do with getting you this privilege. Mr. Barrowznau and Mr. F. B. Ross will help you to en'oy yourself there.' These gentlemen will help you become expert cauoemen or champion swimraere, and the best wav you 'can' thank them' U hy corn- lug" to-the lake la good numbers and show by yoar eujoyment actions In every way that you thoroughly ap- preciate the kindness of all concern- 1. There are nd as to who Is to come except the age limit of ten years which should have been'reached by all taking part. Parents are cor- dially invited to Some too and Join in the fun or watch it from the shade on the shore." "The, Days of Real are at hand and' all boys of the city: should see that they are getting their share, there is also the chsr.ce of a regatta oh the last Wednesday in Aug- ust if sufficient Interest !s shown. own suits and Re- membe'r the day. Wednesday, and the starting time, 2tSO. games arranged for this week very few have teen played hut the United boys will be tnm their camp neit week and their pres- ence should liven things ,up a little. Matches previonsly arranged but not played will1 be re-arraiiged whenever possible. Please note; that the days are shortening again'and starts innst not be unnecessarily .delayed: -We would also remind you.that there are no number of boys about who are not playing in any. team and could be persuaded 16.do so. boys should be aged and twelve; the eehlof hoys, .thirteen, four teen and fifteen. .tha ;pro gram for'the. coming week..: _ Junior 'Baseball on spntl grounds 'at' Tiie five-reel World releue "Brtag- ___________ c Up which will be the at- ,e're "the to" attempt trvsilon at the Phoenix theatre on to read the hture gaio into It, and Monday and Tuesday has as its star the teacher, and preachera of ctaralaic and gracious Evelyn lave labored In Wa di- rection for maay centuries, m many cases attaining'luch startling reirelts that the hjas come to look upon them as anpernaturaJ In many re- specfs.' In the forthcoming production. Byes of eiciling of .the. itory are .bued upon the op- portunity heroine to read her own future urooch lha assistance: of a Yogi, who-teaches her the mys- teries of crystal-'easing, and in this way she la-able to avoid the mistakes that wpuld have been her lot had she tolfowed one of the many opportunit- ies offered her. .L' "Eyes of Youth" li one of the mos.t gripping productions In yearn, be- cause; in addition to beln; one" of the most famous plays' of the year, as well ai one of tha best and most elab- orate Mi5s Youngs en- tire screen Career; the dnvolopment the story will in a new and tartling way the'ppssihllittes of read- ng the. future through thn process bt of Youth" cornea the EmpressTori Monday next. whose Intelligent ?jid stead work on the screen hae won for her a much coveted position in the ranks of moving ptc'.ure. stars. Step rr step she forced World-Pictures to recocolie her ability as an excep- tionally capable screen artist, until, at length, the public demand Tor her became sucb as to te her appearing in stellar rotes. "Bringing .Up is a.real out- of-doors picture, 'with scenes at a gar- den fete on Long Island and ct a yacht race on the Sound. It's a brisk, swiftly moving comedy, with lots cl sparkling humor, and Miss Greeley as fcapllsts pni'tej, on soutti'grouh'ds at p'.in." Whltt, July .The topehtng of the pearl-dlring season, the great event of the year in the French settlements, cornea In July. Diving is cot permitted for two years in suc- cession at the same.island... The Tar- ions pearl Islands ara opened in rota- tion. This means gear, stocks of merchandise .and'huildlng material jnnat be taken to a'new traair'uiidertaklng when it b rememhered that the coral atoll, ordinary times 'supports less than two hundred-persons, becomes In the cllying season the ahiding place of or more.: This year-the open Wand ,ls Hik- tteru, one of the-Fanmota Archipelago 400 miles to ths Eastward of-Tahiti. Already this lonely atoll Is taking en a motropoUtin appearance. The profile to '.be' gainefl come :not only! from1 the pearl-shell'; won from the lagoon bat from the sale of nil kluds 'ef -wares dear to the SaliTe heart and from the prdTidlng'of entertainment to refresh the weary diver and his (Women folk after the labors of th9 j day m pyer. The arerage- native) diver wmj) a good. sum from the-bot-j toni'of the lagoon and much of It goes' on'eipenslve silk dresses for his wifoj and daughters, on the delectable can-) nod goods of the (white man) and on the "mories." This year there'are to be, it U said, three moving picture theatres, any i mnnher of motor cars for the length of the roadway !n Hlkuorii Is Jess than a half mile', hut that, appar- ently does noVmake any difference-r- a brass band and, it Is reported, elec- tric lights along the "Great White ALi. VITAL ORGANS EXCEPT BRAIN REMOVED YORK, July mys- tery the death of an unidentified younj woman, whose mutilated body was found yester- day in a trunk et the American Railway Express Company wareT house here, has been shifted to -D'etrpit authorities Captain' Arthur Carry, head of the New- York homlclde: squad, ni> u need-today. Detectlves.worklns oh the case _ here said, today that the mystery presents. ur.usual_obstacies In the way of "early Chief among the fact that the cause of death could.not be de- ttrmlnrd because' all vital organs except the brain had been remov- ed psfore the body was thrust Into the grutsome container In which ill was discovered yesterday. GOOD CROPS EVEN IF NO MORE RAINS -WINNIPEO, July have assured very good crops even though there should be- no more, rain before the are; said Norman Lambert, sesfetary of the Canadian Council of Agriculture this inprnlng. While the situation had to look bad, said Mr. Lambert, these last rains which have been generous, have change'd con- ditions and prospects npw are ac- cordlngfy good. No rust has been reperted in Manitoba'and this also applies to many other western points. United vs. Weileyr' on north" grounds at Frl Kn 61 vs. on south grounds, at p.m. _'.... Junior Football St. Mary's vs. Unilei, on north grounds p.in1.. Intermediate Baseball wjesley. vs.' St. Augus tine's on south p.m. Football 5Ionday--St. vs; United' on South grounds at, United vs.. St." Mary's, on north grounds at p.m. SIXTEEN YEAR OLDS WED, PHILADELPHIA, July six- teen-year-old couple were .married Kere at Mount Carmel The youthful romance' of Miss'Mary Le Geiit, an orphan; and .Matthew Brady a' when they would meet after their i.reapective were dismissed and stroll home to- cther. This was ttye years', ago. frady proposed formally and was ac epled by Miss Le Dent, so'the story goes, when they were eleven years old. SInco then he says.he has savet enough money to tako itep. COTTON BOOSTED ESTATE Chicago, July months'be tore Dr. Harry J. Hclselden, a physic ;an died In Havana, he gave, .hi. friend, B. W. Wagnor, a lo buy two' hundrtfd bales of "cotton The cotton was bought at 15 cents pound. Once Helseiden was. told h had a big profit. Ilia reply was to.bu: more. When he died his estate wa valued at Later, by. an orde of court, Mr. Wagner closed the cp ton deal at a profit of PHQENIX MONDAY TUESDAY the Wilful and ipolM, :Mty Morton her tWditj, will discussion has cdienae. laurels it a coat- "HUSBANDS AND WIVES" SMASHING DRAMATIC SEN- SATION; AT COLONIAL MON. There IB a dramatic attraction com than u barrel of nionXeyj, ah all- comedi thow at the Empreaj today. World Present EVELYN L by Cakrieiiifearrer V'sjr.sM's a ynay" of this little cora! sandJ Late advice] indicate that the sea con this year at Hlkueni will be the SENATOR OFFERS PARK TO MOOSE JAW CITY MOOSE JAW, July J H. Ross today offered lo tho city o most many years. Moose Jaw for use as a public park estimated there will' be a square block of property betweei dlTers at tho' island. 'These, together! Rosa' and Oxford streets, and tw nfitb. their families and the traders' blocka east of Main street Located their staffs, -will swell tho popa- on tbo .property is the Ross well latioa of tho the season; front which a part of the city's -water to nearly [supply Is secured. The offer will be considered by the city council on Kansar bee keepers are solving the high coat of preserving fruit this by substituting honey for sugar. Monday next. The donor wishes that a wading pool be constructed on the property for children. MAEtLW SCENE fROM The a charm- ing yet wflral and spolled young Udy.makeaf.believe he' shoots himself, "stating he has lost all In order to see what effect it will have on tha two noblemen, suitors for his niece's hand. It had a very quick effect. What was it? ITS TOO GOOD TO MISS LAST TIME TONIGHT FOR TiCKEf HARRV CARSON PRESENTS THE SCREEN'S MOST VITAL CLARAKIMBALLYOUNG IN HER FIRST BIG DRAMATIC FEATURE "Eyes of Youth" J If r. FROM THE PLAY OF THE SAME NAME BY MAX. MARGIN Lavishly cently Gowned and with a able Supporting Cast Including MARTIN :S1LLS, GARETH HUGHES, PAULINE STAR- KE, EDMUND LOWE, WIL- LIAM COURTLEIGH, VIM-1 CENT SERRANO and Others. THE VISUALIZATION IN FASCINAtWG DRAMATIC CONTINUITY OF A YOUNO GIRL'S EXPERIENCES ON THE'THRESHOLD OF LIFE "EYES OF YOUTH" the Moit Remarkable Dramatic Film Ever PubllahwJ, and Mite at Exceeding L .i And the Moat Lavishly Staged Film in the HUtory of the Screen AT THE EMPRESS STARTING MONDAY NEXT Remarkable Picture lyes of Empressjonday To a recently pnbliahei edl roial, 'What would you give to be a solulely certain today of what won! there Is probably 10 refson, man, woman or child. In the world who would not risk possibly .lielr lives for one little peep Into the Adrance 'Information has been the topis of over fifty cent, of all the grant fortunes In tlie world. It Is a historical fact tliat the fortune of '.tie Ihe greatest Individual fortune in Great Britain, was (onnilcJ upon advance information ccr-urcA by a member of that famous family of tho defeat Nuiifileois at VVaifiiiOii. I'robalily one-half the world today Is In somo senso interested in the ex- lierlmenls of tho people who' are en- deavorins to read Ihc fiitilro by com- municating with spirits or by other melhod, and Ihe nthor half of the world is sitting eagerly lack await- ,ng tho result of those oiporlmenls suforo thoy, loo, become actively In. forested. Many of the leading ministers ol the world hold that it the Creator had In- tended that humanity should know Its future, sorao method have been provided hy which the 'future couM cosily ho read. Tnosfl who are cndeav nrlng lo read the (uluro believe that n method has been given by divine ciililriiicc and thai It la only a matter of tho peoplo of the earth to find that mnlhorl. ifmiinlaln that il thn future can he accurately deter- linlnnd, Ihorc will ho no further Inter- (Mil ii, life, iliico InUreatthc pcoiiie liavo iu Uifjir affairs of today COLONIAL Two Days Ablaze With Luxuriant Brilliance Then -npw alway there will be the battle of sexes. C. Gardner Sullivan, with .his pro- lific pen has taken two magnificent specimens of womAii and collabor- ated a luminous story of their trials'and tribula- tions on the threshold, of J "A tremendously big, true to life, and exceedingly elaborate says the Chicago Trib- une. v Woman riddle tigress spider angel call her' what you will, 'see her in all her lure, her wiles, her charrn in this fascinating drama, of wonderful and thrilling adveiiture. "A lavish arresting ind at times startling says the New York All the Metropolitan are Unanimous in Ace {aiming This Picture Flawlew. "HUSBANDS AND WIVES" With An Excellent Cast, Staged in Sartorial Splendor Never Seen Before on the Stage or Screen. HAPPENINGS UN FEST AND FILM ODDITIES A Week's Special Production Crowded Into Two Dftys, Starting No I Admission, ;