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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL THE LRTHBR1OGK 1IERALD PAGE FIVK [MPIOMY CA1.GAKY. April Hie CalgarS" municipal aulUorities effect a H'tttemoiit of tho schedule with I ho civic eniployc.es by 2 p.m. Monday .uoxl there will bo a general strike of all unions in Iho civic federation with tlie oxueiition of the street railway- incii. This is the dccUiou was yrrived at ThuraJay ntorn ihe cast of j biggest laughlne CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT iTHt COLONIAL TODAY Charlie tko vyrM's esi to media in will bf at die ('ukmiat for three days, starting tmkir. in hts slvs us uricalty -speaking, it is a of gold, for, it i> been ujion ami fabric inastilfki-ul plumes gathered from all of the slolie. Iiuvo adorn- in color feat IK-jc J quarters "InfalmUum" -.vill bt: shoivu at thfe mjirt'S.s Theatre today photoplay as In Koid'sj Johnnie." one of the fmsniett "fhe Film marks an tra. in i in "Tbe his newest dies the us comedian ovc-r so'tings aii'l btauty cif in- iii'Li and Tin- iouiis picture, which will In- hem st-en iu. (and hats worn by Gaby IH-slys are a'l Slarlaml Friday and Hatur-i Oilier features on bill will i freali.ns over wliirh tilt- -.vonu'i folk Uny. Tlie iJayern aro licjdi-J oy stunning flvr-act fvature. The Xa-1 for lol'B days aflcr. Hut ilie clinrmiiiK Ann Uille. the co star of j ture CJrl." a ibrtlllug lair of u -buck I stor-v ls me dc'-'' ft -Mr. Ileid in inanj plioloiflays. and la nature" Jove on a iraim-al island: lias a delightful part in thin spU'nitMt the latest ejjisode oJ "Tin. I.ure of the screen j tlm serial wliicb more Among tin; supporting players n-fcaj eicitlug each week; anotiier huwllng are widely known aro Theodore Hob-: comedy. "Tlie Kmwkoui." in which the fine. James Cruze, Xoah Beery. Ray. j famous duo of funmakcrb, Lyons and mouil Uatton. Charle-, West, Charles -Moran. appear; and tiic topical weekly, fife orchestra be heard in new selections. Usual j-rices will prevail for this tig holiday- show. OglL-. Xina Dryon and O. liuller C'lon Bough. OThere are screen whose popularity exceeds that enjoyei] by tVtty Arbuckle." His genial smile and portly frame aro as familiar to Ecreeh patrons througnout tlie coun- try as Is any otiicr. notable who Is prominent iu the public eye. In his GREAT PICTURE AT EMPRESS (ieorge Jean Nathan, yuucliiiil wit and critic, who has Characterized as1 being "diabolic-ally referred to Hie elagc "hats" of Gaby The Forum The Hieaker at- Forum Sunday will he Hev, 'Charles Cragg. Sub Ject: "A X'cw Day and NTcw Slan- darils." This subject is limply and will no doubt be handled very ably- by 3lr. Cragg. However, it con be lakeu for granttO that there will be) lots 'ol roojfi for debate, because if the' subject Is treated ethically and altru- istically, then HID students of niator- iaiistic conception of history or of economic be able to create quite an Interesting discussion. Theatre, p.m. i.m. otma Creslon Apples a Foot 'Rfl1___ to the CrosloiiV Board of Trade, yesterday was a, feast dyy for tue staff ot The Lcthbridse Herald. Wiieu at Creston recently the travel- ling representative of the Herald was presented with a box of Winter Ilanarms for a treat to the employees of the Herald, The apples tasted likfij bananas, and though tin's is hear Kas- ter, ycl Hie fruit -was so. trcsh that word winter Is not' outlof "place. for to all appearances the deliclonsly jnelloA' "from tlie or-j chard. Though itVinust have been harvested' from'.the trees at Creston nbout seven months yet there were no totlen ones in iHe box. One ol.tlie apples a foot in circumferciicc. V St. Mary's church congregation are givin'e a farewell reception toniplit in the narlsh hall in honor pf Rev. now, ivhp is Itaring the cjly. -Every- ody welcome. t 1 bo The N'ur'slnc Mission are, givins a Lea to be held tm--.Saturday at the SI.'5. MnsK cal .program and coHt'ction in aid of the mission -work. Only three jlays .left, of the bigj watch sale at Jewelry Store. Elgin, Howaril anil other mafiCE5 selling at 15 to 4o per cent, discount. A chance of a life time' to sara money. See windojs-s for prices. A special for Easter has ap jicared in the April supplement, name- ly, "Festival Te (he Trinity Choir, Xo. S'l'dTL Call and hear this at the -WHlts Piano Store, 707 3rd Ave', The the; Jirptherhood pf Locomotive Firemen and Engineers, will liohr their third sinhual'balli on Kritlay', April 25, For invitations phone 1510 or K. A. Welch, ahone 145S. 10S--6 i Civic Club Tea A tea will be given 'at the home oJ Mrs. Downer on Saturday afternoon, April iftttf, by the Woman's Civic Club to secure funds to help carry ou their worX. Silver collection at .'door. A rcgntnr meeting of >dge, No. 39. A.. R A, will be held in the Masonic hall_ (his eve- ning at S o'clock; Third degree con- ferred. Visitors cordially Invited. Circf of Thinkt Mrs.- Klhen Let' Gregg Mrs. Hadley wish (o.exnresa.lheir.doep a'p- rreciallon of ilio many and great Bynipalliy, shown Iheirriii their recent. -sad bereaveTnent lliroogh ttic- tleatli of Air. (ho miny and llwal tributes sent. 1 In Memorlam In ever-loving memory of Agnes Hewitt, dear wife and mother, -who away April 17, 1918. Just yftar ago today since tho one KO loved called The best of mothers she had been, Anil many she lull tf.cn; Kor all of us she itid her best, God grant lioT eternal rest! her sorrowing husband ami family. In Mtmoriam In loving memory ot oiir dear mother, Agues Hewitt, who died 17, 1918. i A ketfcr mollier never lived. Or one morn Inw MU! ktnd, Worthy of everlasting lore From slid left hthitnl, Don and'Airgle ami little grandson, Mattiew- llerfley. fcrn and MM, Jack II of KiKhanl. Alia., at 122C 6th Are. A, (m Aprfl lo, a son, 10S--1 although tht' i-ntire Paris, it has in ils intofesi, pre no marked foreign characteristics ;mU the emotional charm, thi- ck-mental nute" ivim-fi xonvhts ihe heavt of 'he entire world. Uirew comcdv. LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT 7.00 AND 9.00 O'CLOCK EASTER SHOES The newest styles and. colors'in Women's High Shoes, both Louis and Military heels; in taupe, grey, champagne and black. ive specialize in women's and children's fine shoos oiily TOU will find pur styles, osr itrlces KIII! our unsurpassed WHITE SHOES Bdlh leather 'and rubber DeWolfs Shoe Store CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH ST. S. OJ. Griffith's Wonderful Production "THE GREAT Love" 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' EPISODE NINE, AT 8.30 x. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY .ALLAGB- 'The fioiiice" AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN HIS LATEST SCREAM "THE SHERIFF" COLONIAL Greater Holiday Shows TOD A GOOD FR1DA Y IN HIS BIGGEST LAUGHii.G SUCCESS The Film Johnnie' VIOLET MERSEREAU IN Five Acts An absorbing tale of a "Ijacl: to nature" love on :i tropical island. "THE'LURE OF THE CIRCUS" It Gels Exciting Every i Week. ,'THE KNOCKOUT" Another Howling Cometlr EASTER SPECIALS t i Choice Fresh-killed Beef, Pork, Mutton, and some very Choice Young Veal and Lamb .We don't handle any frozen meals. WE HAVE A VERY, CHOICE tWE OF SMOKED HAM, BACON, SMOKED ROLLS, COTTAGE ROLLS, PICNIC HAMS. SOME VERY CHOICE TURKEYS AND CHICKENS. V EMPRESS-TOWGHTalld 'TOHORROWMatmM THE 1NCOMPXRABLE "PARISIAN STAR X A FULL UNE OF FRESH AND SMOKED FISH. New-laid Eggs Dills Oystert DEL A NY'S MEAT CO, PHONES: -Office 452 Store 452 In a Romance of Modern Paris, Showing How a Brilliant Star ikx Tempted and DjtiUusictierf. Popular Dancer and Moil Talked of Wcman in Ihe World in a Romsntic Story of French Slags Lrte and Ita Temptalipnl. A rtre holiday altractton ileplc-ls a -famous French' sctor'.i ClirlEtmas for Ihe poor Kiddies of How n starring lUVlc floeer-raakcr is (o the her rise to fame as tlie nc tor's wife and lending by ihc man who hns Infatuated Her Jcscrlion ttf-thn husban4 who Ixs drag- ged from Iho-guUer-aml her liinely regeneralion and reslora- 'Jon to happiness AIM Plenty of mahlnj a (real holiday TODAY NIGKT AND SATURDAY CRISIS" WINSTON FAMOUS STORY HERE MONDAY- HERBERT BRENON'S "EMPTY P ;