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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta t PAGE EIGHT THE r.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS AN INTERNATIONAL REPLY COUPON RAIL AND MINE EMPLOYEES ASK SAY IN MANAGEMENT ben Guajardo Had Zapata, Ban- dit Chief Faces Firing Squad r .MONTEREV. Mexico, Aug. eral Jesus Guajardo, who treacherous- jl tricked and slew the wily leader, Kmiliano himself fell a Vic-1 lini of deception'when ae was captur-1 pd b troops ami esecul- e'd here July IS last. The tale of his latest and' last' adtenlnre is thus told here: Thirteen mouths ego Guajardo. a colonel in Carrania's army, attacked B'.detachment hie own faction's jtroops, killed and wounded several ot tnera and convinced Kapata that he bad a new adherent. Theu, as Zapata released.there. Neil day Colonel in salute, he bad ordered Cano failed where lutious lo'be eubmtued by the- Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council to the Trades Congress v on September- lo. include one asking tliat the federal govern- ineut place tho mines anil rail- roads ot Canada 'muter control of the board of management upou which employees will have representation. a vital question of married Ilia In an lentevtaiuiug manner. Olorla Su-an- r.on is featured us a too wifely wife in opc-iilng scenes, with Thoimis Melshan a; ihe- husband. Bored by nor over-zealous, card tor his com- Frieml Husbam! falls for u siren. is divorced, tttid marries hii> new charmer, only to discover tbut his former wife has blossomed put as a fuuud laier, tie daughter vowed to blending high, spirits, comedy song, hint down the ono who had flred and chatter. futal shot. Whet, the chain of evi- Aa coiiediau'.will-be found Jence reached to her ilance th6 young the coniedlaii, Max D'obai, woman questioned him. and he there- by such-well.known mus- upon unburdened himself of his so- lca, as Alice Sher. Doris Can- cret. Was he really thi? person who (ieM lienee Hay HP.'. shot the girl's father? Kor the oi'bers 0( notl, peeled see "Queen A Iarg6 ot picked "Girlies" beauty. Today and tomorrow? Mary ford iu "The Hoodlum." IMck- SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN -MENNONTITE REGION ARE liLLY ORGANIZED Canadian international rept? coupon i WINNIPEG. Sept. These coupons i the Orthodox Menncmito church reuruutn-Liuu in 'i'.v. _ been brought Into -the limelight by Ihe of Churtes Ponn. Khmeland, have decided to taKe Mary's Second Very Own Picture at Empress r Beginning today "The Hoodlum." i the second of Mary rickford's pro- iductious from her own studios wilt iave een roug n a ]e mpress s at Boston. Mass. The coupon is purchased in Cai.atla for ihelr people to AbllibUQue and es- Amy j jr tg 0lUhrIe cents and may be exchanged for u five-cent stamp in almost any country tablish a colony there. J. F. slle cscllews a for the al Empress Hearts" at the Phosstx Theatre. THE END OF THE ROAD" DRAWING GREAT CROWDS TO COLONIAL. THEATRE The picture with a- purpose, '-The Kucl of the continues to draw big crowds to: the Colonial theatre where be shown again toilay. U one of the best.contrt- bill Ions to mankind the screen has ever made. Manager. Brown is deavorluff to hold the picture-over, for Thursday if he is ful the announcement frill be 'made in tomorrow's paver, constantly display a wondrous ward- robe. Of the twenty odd niudleal numbers, the moslpopular are 'Swaneo "No-tody's "Chicken Different Ways bj. Matins "I've Got to.Plnd a Place for You." A'special augmented orchestra renders the various musical nunrto.ra. A special matinee will be given at Ir. the world. federal troops, taken to Monterey and SYMPATHETIC IJHSH .-greeted him in t his men to Bn on- Zapata .and the noted rebel chief was blown oiil his saddle, dead. Guajardo's Reward To reward this act, Can-aura inaiie the a -little over a year later he turned upon S 'iis benefactor and jollied the success- I fill revolution of Obregon aud de la Huerla jardo was hiding to visit the owner, who also was his relative. To his sur- prise he fouml there his late i-oin- Gnajardo, who asked It] t -sue IUI1U 1VI IUU assistant deputy minister ol ,ove of ,ler falher.p a Eoeiol0gjcai wri- eilm-atlon, announced toilay. with iu the slums. i Mr. -silio returned iilcture is a comedy-romance day from a-trip lo 'KMnetaml. where j with strong accent on the comedy. REVOLT ON N. Y. DOCKS organized publiir school FINISHES; MEN WOHIvisaM hc authority of one ofjl.THE COURAGE OF MARGE NEW YORK, Sept. of loading and discharging, British :0'DOONE" AT COLONIAL 1ON MONDAY NEXT him uoC to reveal his whereabouts. approached normal today Cano. however, revealed Guajardos -wUh lhe to WOI.h o( nlnrt or Wdiug a" Olr for .was issued, and wilh several :s men v.'ho last Friday "went (strike" iu sympathy with lhe cause colonels Cano was sent to execute it.. xhe Cntiard line .Guajardo TrtcV.ed armounced today that they had all Cauo again was ailniited to see Gna-' die. church elders, who was a ber of tlie delesattoii waitwlj recently on Premier Tescoereau ofj Quebec, for his statement. The Impression prevails. Mr.t--------- ,.OJll Greesivaysatd. that the exodus would (Labor jaincs.Oliver Curwood's srilit tlic church. Sniiie will follow greatest, story, VThe Courage ot Ihe bishop and elders and others will will Se tho attrac- remain la He bad no .in-! (jon fcvinatlon as to the probable number Theatregoers will remember For the eitra special holiday at- raclion'at the Colonial next Monday fighting to the eastward'o round iere) But several colonels, his chief ot staff and half bis command desert- ed him tiuallr Guajardo abandoned the 3 trains and started to march for the mountains >if -N'ucv.-Leou... Soon he General Jesus Guajardo stepped out! of his quarters .In the old barracks at the Armas, where he bad! LONDON'. Sept.. tribes- been tried, aud suid'farewell to a few i men who have been besiegini; .the faithful friends. learned tliat Amaru, leaving tbe.cbaEejjjj.jjjg 5quati paid with his of ilia for the time, was on bis Irack fnia] Of his trear.hery nnd that the risings around Monterey new govoriunent. nna mat me iiaiuga uiumm Jrgi; failntes. The remnant of his command melted away under at- S tacli of government-troops until there remained only one faithful colonel and an orderlv., Dre sed in civilian clothes. General If Cuajardo hiJ In the home of a tela- f live fn Monterey.- f Meanwhile Colonel iVntonio Cauo, one of Gjajardo's colonels who had abandoned him, had been captured by 3 So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit i 1 town ot Tin Khu Y a Theu he stepped in front' of thejtairi village on the-frontier the Mesopotamia and I'ersia, 1 lary of the Interior 1'ayne, to .the of commerce of the United Suites, made public ber? today. This auUiorizes-the president with-j special stage setting showing the in terior of a real obi time country store I witit jShelves loaded down with- gdoi will bo a feature of the. fun FLOUR PRICES AT. VANCOUVER DROP VANCOUVER; Sept. millers today announced a reduc- tion of one dollar all., grades of flour, fWrh .Joj' J.-.- M IST E R M.I'SSI N'G FORT-WiLLIAM, Sept., W. Lucke'us, retired Melhpdist' ister, .is. missing from' hfs home near -Plint Siding.'aild search for him has been Instituted. Mr. lucbens, who .was in goocl healtii, has.not been seen since Saturday, so far as known. PENNSYLVANIA MINERS GOING ON "VACATION' POTTSVUAE, Pa., Sept. tween and minors will be on "vacations" in District Nine by as W .your.inoutli-instead.' All'desire stops. .Shortly the-habit-is completely brok- are-.betUSr oft mentally, "5 "niilc-s iip lifter the an becomes law (h, friven off'ilo notice to various governments.) From lhe very' .of Boyle Wpolfolk's Novelties of 1920, a new rausical i-eViie ilajestic jt'has jeen an Inimediate'ahd r, entortalnment.j .Andlences every- where sepm- vely-happy over-tip; pretliness, the elfin musical anlicB as they Were over- oyed at Ifs nimble-frivolity, its bub- iling beauty and the clever up-to-tlie minute satires on current events witkj abounds. I'robably, too, glad to escape from crook -plays; sex-dramas and musical comedies with inferior books, hut vhatcver tho cause, may be, the fact a Uiat-the .contagious carnival spirit of this, revue .communicates to he audiences, lienneating :even tbo staid aud sophisticated.realms of the of the most blase'theatregoer Woolfolk's Novelties of 1920 literal- eshales melodjous mjrth at .oyery. tossing- fountains ivit anu tiujnor.-as well-as; Gilbert's delicious drolleries fitted the music which mane ilbert and Sullivan famous. At any rate, the producer, Pohn 'P. Mnlgrew, tho author, and Felix O Rice, tho composer, have evol ed a highly individual entertainment? 1 PHOEIilX TODAY William VIRGINIA PEARSOR t IN "QDEENOF HEARTS" The Greatest DstecNve Story Ever Written 'Also J MABEL NORMAND In comedy THE SLAVEY'S BEAU Also-Scenic "Seeing Canada" _, and British Canadian News helped thousands to Reports that ths town, of Bs'xn. :10 i as may he re-mired miles northeast of Bagdad, has been giving of such uotic-" by the Prov-sums G SWEETHEART recoiHureU from'lii.: nvc con- of the treaties liieniselyca...The SO-.. firmed by the hnlletin. >.-Mrh urtils duy penorl exp.rc-s FnJay. thai the'.station loivu wore ed by the Arabs. THROW CARGO FLOAT- SHIP SAN Sent. Work j of 't'lVrrnrhig cargo., e De He's Latest the ly freishlcr-Arakan, ashore CONFESSES CRIME j'Bellevuig.thal the or her: father, u-.'cJDnscietice-Etricken young man made a' complete confession to the girl he .was inarry. While hold- ing a loaded revolver he had dis- charged the weapon accidentally. The bullet passed- through door behind which the girl's parent was seated. When the tatter's dead body was at Point of htro, Filmed on tlie same lavish scale begun today. It was believedllie boat., tbf-t.characterized "Hale and Female" mleht be floated when the caisc- was other notable, cinema produc- nut overbdari. tions, Coi-il B. DeMille's latest crea- j lion. "Why. fbanse Your Is i coining to tlie Kmpress theatre for j three days uunniencnng Monday next. This time Mr. physically, financially. It's so easy, so -simple.'. Get a box of Xo-To-Bac and if itt cloeMi't- release .ypn from all craving for tobacco !n tiny form, your druggist will.refund your money with- out question. Xo-To-Bac is made by .theJb.wneretof- Ca'scaiefs; therefore laHhoroughij'. Advert. YouJ ought to see the pots'-and pans in the cooking-kitchen where Strawberry Jam mainder were movement. rapidly joining tlie EXPECT ACCEPTANCE OF WILSON'S COAL AWARD Pa.. SepL [nil scale cnmniitten of !tio United Mine Workers of the. districts met here to- day lo decide on a policy regarding Weathcrdon Says He Is Entirely Free of Rheumatism Since -Tanlac "I feel I ought to lot everybody i know hov.- Tanlac has relieved me of rheumatism, for 1 doubt if nnyotie, the. acceptance ttf the award of the suffered woi-F.e than 1 have dunns the coal commission approved by Prefji-j last ten yeurs.'f said William. dent Wilson on Monday. Despite the 1 erdon, of IIS Agrlcola St..1lalifax, N. f THIS IS THE SHOW YOU WILL LIKE SAT. NEXT SEATS ON SALE EARLY MAJESTIC SEPT, ttli THE SENSATIONAL BiYLE is made. Is SjlltilHg. Even the white wood work is scrubbed with hot. water and Old Dutch Dominion I CannerS B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE? VANCOUVER, B. C. dissalisfactloa expressed by officers and men the union wilh lhe of lhe award, of the leaders said they believe the award would he tfvand efforts will he marie to new -riuinan.Is presented (o the TORONTO MILK PRICES JUMP TWO CENTS TORONTO, Sept. prices to- day took a jump of Iwo events a "winter prices" going into ofTect this morning', instead of October 1. as heretofore. The new rate mea that, instead of 14 pint tickets for one dollar, as prevailed yesterday, the housewives will get only 1t2. Births, Deaths, Funerals -Births. Deaths. Funeral NaticcK Cards of -Thanks, In Memoriarn., car- ried in this column at 10 cents pep line, each insertion'; minirr-um SOc, pay able In advance. Card of ThanVs Tho family of the lalo Mrs. II. In- gram wish to thank tho friends for kindness and shown in their rc-cGnt sad bereavement, also for the j following .floral trlhinni: Wreath.; Mr. antl Mrs. Win. Ingram anil family; Anchor, Mr. and Mrs. I1. R. Daniel; I Sprays, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and I family. Mr. and Mrs. Fjank Foster and. Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. K. XimiBOns and Miss N'immons, Sir. and'.Mrs. T. B, Dnnham, ,Coaldale, Mr. and Mrs. A. "0. Swart, Mr. 'anil Mrs. Hoy Mr. B. Fleclwooii, Mrs. Klhcl Ingram and family, Miss Jessie Mc- Intosh, and Miss Elsie Impel. "I nsoil to ache all over .with pain that seemed to go tho row of my hones and drive me. almost i frantic. At'times. I couldn't heml my arms enough !o get my coat on and it was only with great pnin and did- culty that 1 could sloop over at all. "My leet swelled up so that 1 was imalile to my shoes on and my knees got so stiff that I was barely nhle to get arcim.d with tils help of a My-hanc-s woic all drawn lip so I couldn't use them, and at nigbt my whole body aclied 1 couldn't sleep. "The way Tanlat: heliied ]iie Is simply I have taken sov- en botllea altogether nnd tlio rheuma- tism seems to have left my system entirely. Today 1 haven't an ache or a pain In my ami nil the stiff- neas swelling has my joints. 1 no longer mittihes to gel nlxrat altlmngh I am vorkins! fcVur.v liiiV, tt'i all kllHiS 0" weather, the rlieuniatlsm never rnc-a bit ot tronlile. Xev-er in niy life, have 1 known a medirine lo do what 'iYriiin- ivi uljil I iv recommend It tri all who suffer as 1 dirt." Tanlac Is sold in t.v Jolin D. Misinhothain Co.; In hurst hy Diamond Drue Htutlouo.-y Store, and in .Warner by Mrs. iV. Ijcr- i70SSQ Lady presents Cecil R WITH A DISTINCT NOVELTY IN AMUSEMENTS GIRLS GIRLS PLENTY OF GIRLS SOc to Matinee: 50c to DON'T FORGET 'I'lii- only plai c wliern yon can KH vMir by prac- tical (s at Hulton Perkins Fifth Street South Phorie 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Re-opening of Jour and Country Store VodvilNites ALL NEW SPECIAL STAGE SETTING HUNDREDS OF LAUGHS AND PRIZES See Si Village Come to '6el a Good Scat and TO- MORROW ONLY FIRST TIME IN THE CITY AT POPULAR PRICES WHY CHANGE YOtJfcWIFE? 11 V Jack And Other Big Features Coming Monday Marge O'Doone" JAMES QLIVER CURWOOD'S GREATEST STORY "Here's who love ua If we only cared. Here's to those whom we'd love If only dared." A liutterfly woman's toast to the husliand ot a too -wifely wife. Until at last ie "dared." Dut tho wito was still young- these tivo beautiful cul- ture. manners, lirecdlrs dung In an instant to the fight- ing like maddened tigresses In his for the man they loved. See the dash, the fashlon.-the vivid, intimate revelalions Of this srifi- salfonal coinitanlon picture to Cecil Change Yoiir Husband.' with THOMAS MEIGHAN OLORIA BEBE DANIELS THEODORE KOSLOFF AT THE Starting Next Monday Mary Flckf ord IN The Hoodlum UNQUESTIONABLY THE GREATEST CHARACTER STUDY OF MARY PICKFORD'S .CAREER THE PICTURE OF A THOUSAND LAUGHS! ALSO A CAPITAL COMEDY, WITH SMILINC-BILL PARSONS IN "OH BILL, REELS OF LAUGHTER ;