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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, PHOTOPLAYS (CONTINTJED FROM FRONT PACK) Smith Is a neighbor of Mrs. Waterson and has been on friendly terms with her for some time. Mrs. Waterson was Ironing blc-usa her own room and Mrs. Smith was conducting a con- versation whsn the husband "en- tered. What happenw Immediate- ly Is not known on account of Mrs. Smith's condition. Chief of Police Glltesyle wss notified of the murder at 3.05 this afternoon and when ho .arrived Detet'.lve .Wallis oh tho job. Leech and Loverlng were summoned at well as Cor- Humphries. The doctors pro- ikMuiOtti life extinct In both cases bodies wore removed to undertaking parlors. Alt InqilMt will be held. Last month Mr. Waterson was 'brought Magistrate Irwln In the Lethbrldge police court on charge of assaulting his wife. was flneii twenty dollars and costs and bound over to keep the fciice.: Mrs. Waterson gave the Jlollce to' understand that she a separation, and Chief of Police OHIesple stated today that ttfl Kucfaand had-rtpeatedly'tried to get his wife to return to him. ff. NORMAN ALLAN IMRIE, lecturing on British-American tjons at the CliautauquaJ Both parties are thirty years of age or unJer. The husband was employed in a lumber yard at Pincher Creels, nirs. Waterson !iad been living in the Klrkham Block for some time. There are two children left. A sister of Waterson's was stay- ing'In the block with Mrs. Water- son. Smiths, of Bow- Island, are relatives. HUSBAND HERE TWO DAYS Further Information 'shows that the late J. Watereon was em- ployed In a lumber yard at Pinch- er CWek. He had been In the city for the last two days. Previous- ly to leaving the" city he had been employed with the International Harvester Co. It Is stated that he was extremely jealous of his wife, and that proceedings were being Instituted by her for a judicial separation. There are two your.g children by the marriage, girls of seven-and fivo years of age. The deceasedlwoman had been warned to beware of. her husband when It was known he was In the city. INQUEST-MONDAY Coroner Humphries' has ordered an inquest for Monday at 3 p.m. In Fetterty's undertaking parlors.' These arrangements are subject to change. Declaration of Hon. J. D. Reid- Big Freight Increase Necessary CALGARY. July have every houe (hat the deficits ou National railways will bo wiped out in about four years." said lion. J. D- Held, minister of railways, last night. The minister arrived in tie city last night, and will confer with C.N'.U. of- fldats in HID city today; "The Can-, ailiau National railways will stand on their own bottom. j "11 is absolutely Impossible for the Canadian National railways aud the C.P.IL to assume the burden In wiigcs, which adds to the operating expenses by ssld.the nilu- ister. He referred to (lie.very excellent service to the country'rendered by the C.P.R. "The healthful competition' of the Canadian National railways and tho C.F.R. will uo the benefit of Can- ada. Both systems will be the oest agencies for immigration and develop- ment of Ihe country." Discussing tha problem of incituiscii. rales, Dr. Held 'decbii'ud that-nothing snort of a substantial mcreis; la rates could meet the .heavy Increase in wages which will r.wnrd made in the United Spates acould be app'Jcd in tills country.- REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION, 'M EETS BROTHER IN Y. M. C. A- re- bunion was en Sat- urday afternoon when Lieut. Nor- man A. Stott, who fought with the 33th {Ottawa- .Battalion durinj' war, discovered that his bro- ther, Andrew. H. Stott, whom he believer killed during from Mcns, not only wai but residing In this city. Lieut, Stott, who is well known In Ottawa and St. tains to Montreal on buslnew on Saturday from St. Catharines. While visiting Central Y.M. C.A. he was surprised to discover the name Andrew H. Stott among z list of newly-Joined Inquiry disclosed the fact that the name was actually that of his brother, who.Kid come to Canada Immediately after the armistice, an d'.he reunion speedily followed. NEW ZEALAND FAVORS JELLICOE'S NAVAU POLICY CLEVER TSURU AOKI PLAYS'SUBTLE LONDON, July Zealand sdvlces state Lord Jeliicoe's natal re- port generally 10 meet with approval, but the governmental de- cision will not be aucsunced tending next year's conference. The' cruiser Chatham presented to Now Zealand. arrives shortly and heralds the domin- ion's entry Into' real sea power and responsibility. Hair, Believing That Beauty Is a Venal Sin Cold Blooded Men and Women Tor- ture Young Lov.ers on -the Theory That Marriage Is Not far This World. LONDON, July the government intends to present neit a bill providing some sort ot new court procedure for Ireland and SAYS BRITAIN WILL SEE BLOODY REVOLUTION LONDON, Jnly; the tri- possiblv other changes of methods in "mph of the proletariat involves an attempt to control the situation, i Woody revolution, lha.t a band of more or less fanatical men f-nd women, some of them sincere in their but led by a false prophet, who heads the band simply for thOjinoney he can get out of It Cold, and unscrupulous, he.'not onls deceives his followers, butttno -man whose trusted agent he is, to despoil his employer. lands which heltnows he bwnsT Kstra, Miss Dolly Preslon and Mr DU in songs and duets. only dpi by making it clear that this is not your sole your last word." Sir: Lloyd by con- j tending that there' was'" need for a j side-by-aide policy for enforcing the j law and for a policy of granting Ire- j land any measure of liberty and self-1 with the- MINERS WIN VICTORY 'SPRINGFIELD, Ills., July inols miners have Won their fight.' Making this announcement this alter- President, Frank Farringt6n dered Illinois miners to go back to work Monday. President .Wilson's PreniaCy and sociely-'of-the .United of'wage aiifust He mass t inent, he was a, victory. ;won by the miners. .J, ff STORK BUSY IN ENGLAND 'v o The busy. In Eng- land .recently, nurses are-hooked up months ahead and doctors- are in g'reat demand. The Lancashire mid wives committee' chairman said the birthrate had risen in almost every district and is .now up to pre-war rate. Figures Issued by the Regis- trar General allow that births'record- ed in eight weeks in 1320 exceeded I those of the same period last year by The births in London In the lasl few weeks, show fin enormous excess of baby boys, Indicating that- nature Is restoring the population to Its nor i Inal male and female conslitueuts. lie necessity of T jf. British. ,ppinio ng class opinio ment's policy, derlari'ng': do not believe you can under any cbuElderation." AUCTION SALE MONDAY AUGUST 2nd ON THE 16th STREET NORTH COMMENCING AT. TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTQN WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITU effects Including: BELL PIANOFORTE In walnut caso, a fine toned Instrument and in splendid shape; .sideboard; two find stands; oak extending dining tahle; 7-drawer KINflBfl fEW- MACHINK; gent's bicycle In Al running order; carpet square-; table; kitchen Uble; vlctrola, with 15 records; cot nn'l ijifjltresa, kitchen Iron "Canada's Pride' rango; oak two .sleighs; child's.wagon; bookahiilvci i "ne GUITAR and case; rniantlly linoleum; gralnilew.ue, etc THE HOUSE WILL BE OFFERED BV AUCTION, 11 tallt. standing on two !ola, all well fenced, lawn i.tid treeo cement foundalfon and basement, cement sidewalk d houso; rooms, hath- room, dililnK room and parlor, n entrance, hall, pantry, clothes closets. Veil stocked garden, pa'ct little homo, 3 minutes from school, park and carllne. Excellent Opportunity to Secure a Home at a Bargain CASH PHONES j A novel trunk holder for automo i bile running boards contains springs i to prevent the contents of a trunk being shaken about. I Of German invention is a collap sible boat for hunters whfch, w folded to be earned on-a man's back weighs but nineteen pounds; Westminster Ladies' College Edmonton, Alberta A High CI.1S3 Residential and Day College for Girls and Young Women. Academic Course Covers t'ublfc and High School Grades to Grade Inclusive. Music, Business College Bourse, Art, Physical Culture and Ex- pression, Household Science. the" work- bajfiirictif.he govern: KILLINGS DUBLIN, July official and! killed and a soldier f ind Friday' night'when a military an.d police party, was'ambushed by'50 anined men.near county Llmoiick. TOO MANY ORGANIZATIONS WINNIPEG, thn viuw that there are many 01 [.'anizatlons iii thi .city, that their amalgamation "should be encoiir- civic tinnhru commltteu to- day turried dowr. an by the imperial Veterans for a grant or. il.i'OO.. Just like a careless toy! Yes, butthe cut had tobe healed quickly and cleanly so he could do his wotk. Father suggested And Menthplaturn .did healed the cut gently and prevented infection by its antiseptic action. All well in a few Mentholatum soothes aervoui headache, bums, b >o1d CTeiywbera io 2Sc. Mtju-i, Tkt 1 otus Blossom Wins Hearts With "Locked at the Colonial Ttieztre.: If Japanese picture brides look any- ling like Tsuru Aokl, Japan is prob- bly over-run with photographers. Tsuru Aokl Is the wife, of Sessue1 layakawa, and appeared list night at: lie Colonial theatre in "Locked Universal photoplay of unusual tu- erest. There is something romantically ap- teoling about' this beautiful girl o( apan who has attained stardom on tbo American screan. With all tho ulitle drama pf the, Orloiit In her vork' and the vivaclousuess of au American girl cue wins hearts in- Ihe rple- of Lotus Blossom in "l-ocked Lips." Universal was particularly fortu- nate, too. In having such a brilliantly conceived story for the artistry of iliss Aokl. "Locked Lips1' concerns a Japanese girl who teaches a native school on one of the Islands of tho romantic Hawaiian group. Sho 'meets derelict, straightens him up aud marries him. Then follows the most remarkable sequence ot events, to tell which woiild spoil the pleasure that awaits playgoers at the Colonial thea- tre. MisS' is supported by Stanhope Wueatcroft as her leading mail, Jack. Abbey, the clever'Japaaese actor, and Majda Ixine, the pretty Swiss girl of the Universal screen.' "Locked Lips" was filmed at Uni- versal City under the direction of Wil- liam C. Dowlau. So easy to'drop Cigarette, Cigar, .or Chewing habit No-To-Bac has helped, Ihonsands to break tho costly, nerve-shattering to- hsccp habit. Whenever you havo a longing for a smoke or jusi place a harmless No-To-Bae tablet In your mouth Instead. All desire stop's Shortly tho habit is .completely urok en, and yotk arc better off mentally, physically, financially. It's so easy, so simple. Get a. box ot N'o-ToBac.and if it doesn't release you from' all craving for tobaccov In any form, your druggist will refund your money .'with- out question. No-To-Bac. is made by the owners of Cascarete; therefore is thoroughly made from Ripe Apricot Kernels Keep Cool at the Empress LAST TIME TONIGHT (SAT'DAY) TSURU AOKI AND OTHER'GOOD ATTRACTIONS Students prepared for the De- partmental Examinations. Back- ward students given special and Individual help. Careful super- vision. Strong Staff of Resident and Non-resident Teachers. Fall Term Opens Mon- day, Sept. 13tri Send for Calendar. Enrly Reser- vation Advisable. MISS ADA A. WlLKIE, B.A. l.ady Principal REV. N. D. KEITH, B.D., M.A. President' CHAUTAUQUA iNuffSed AUGUST 11 to 17 WON. AND TUES. BESSIE BARRISCALE "TWO GUN BETTY" TODAY MONDAY ROBERT CHAMBERS' STORY OF FEMIN- WILES -Adapted from his noyeiette "The Shilling Band" "Ever As Eve" HIS WIFE SLJPPED INTO THE ROOM f i f, The woman's age-old instinct of distrust for-.'anV- male warned ha'r, innocent.though she was, that tnls man who'pretend-: ed friendship for her meant to work his will with her regard- less of Also.Miss Dolly Preston and Mr.-Ben 'in Their Latest Song and Novelty Review SEASON TICKETS, ON SALE AT HlGINBOTHAM'S DRUG WILLIS PIANO CO, STORE JACKSON'S DRUG STORE F- WILKINS, OPTICIAN MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Dear Miss Soandso: Remember "RIO Ihe famous play by Augustus Thomas that shook the nation? Thai-la tho treat we have in store for you nt this theatre Monday, Tuesday and AVednes- [lOXt. "Rio Grande" is'a flaming ro- mance of the border. H is a drama lhat reflects the many moods of the silver stream as it purls its way through rocky can- yons nnd orange colored deserts. Tho nio Grande 13 a fllver of Blood; a River of I'erfco. It rti- t9 liriOgcs are. ot lovo and that's how Maria Inez, with her Mexican heart heats, and Danny O'Nctl with his American hoof beats, crossed the barrier ot the Illo Grande. Rare and wonderful are Uio Bettings. Nature's crowning achievement in rock and stream malic n BcllhiR In which a Jewel of a love story sparMca as bril- liant 03 the red sun shining on tho Hio Ciruntle. And action! H just pillopB at n' merry pace. You see why we are enthusias- wonderful story a success- ful play; a nation-known million n director who known tlie fine art of iTaftsmnnnhip find an all- star who live their parts. "Itio Grande" la entertain- mnnt In tnan-sizeri rjinasurn. Corns it, To KB it is to talk about It. Cordially yours. KENNETH J. BISHOP, Manager. J X_ Last Time Today "The Romance of LethHge" Come mid BCO local views and a cast, of .people.' Also Good HaroW Lloyd Comedy Eastern 'Westerner" ;