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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSIXVY, Al'HU, 23, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CALL OF M BALI" IN 1 I'j. April Mcr end (or llie.Cubs. llauager Kez- and New York opened dek, of FiUsburz, will use Cooper or the Katloual season here to- 'pitch (or Phila- delphia. white '.Mantter .McGraw by the usual ceremon- cau season oponi Viater and Allen, for Cincinnati, today with St.- Louis opposing Chi- and Ooodwlir and Clements, for .St. Itavtnport will for the i ihe probable batteries. ri'catii was jncreis- i lui u SIMII 01 iv itnt'srai'ii i wuu die (JCHIIILULIS ine j Baltic: atltl Othor wed bv jshuwera autl I operators and olectridaus to prepare j German delegates io Uift peace vas -decide'] Wor the year 191S''vas pre'seated. 'Hie -that he slioniavsiuiply pitch-the first saieV amounted to tEie a of Jim Vaughn. KItillfer .was al'.ttie recriv- EAT'S DANDRUFF Ont jjr Kair. a growth hair; re-' Dttiidfiiff and leave the aca'p in a 'heatthy state, or re- fund your money. v. CASTIAU, Scalp Specialist, Suite Vi'7 Southjrd Block, j. IS, the largest to "the history of tho company, being over-15'per cent in eicesi cf the sales.for 1517. ;This hirse Tolumc pt liusincss was made up'of domisltcvand only being, attributable to orders. .Net for, the'y.ear .Tke assels of the 'toraism-... Jiii .eluding .74. UihllUtes'ire-shoim T21.07 pf v rejsresents l.-pnrfeJ'1 and 744 721 pnrrr.rif RrteiTes are 'SHELL SHOCKED" COMING TO STARLAND The management ct tde Slarland heatre are pleased to announce to ts patrohs'tliat it has secured for u wo days' engagement tlie latest fllm eitsalion. wliicli is mating So a hit In Calsary. Tills vonitcrfu! living film will IMS shown at Hie .above theatre on I'ri- jay and "Saturday of this week, and he aullior and principal actor therein will positively appear and "render (he rords of this up-to-the-minute hit at Joe .Athnrton is well- known I o all theatre-goers of this city and district. He lias bee.n rightly styled Canada's itreraier BOldier actor anjl aulhor. We hare all laughed at lis of a Sergeant." and Can- adian literature is the richer for his contributions to its war poems. In ire-war times our versatile visitor was .editor of the Jlagrath pioneer. He is one of tho rank and file, anil all EuuUtu make an meet him race to face when he. comes his unique offering (o the Starlaiyl Thea- tre. v Owing to the unprecedented success of the showing or this feature at Cal- gary it is anticipated that' record houses will prevail at all performances on Friday and' Saiiinisj1. "Tie public are.-therefore notified Sergeant Atherton..will'positively appear the avoid "possible disappoint- be arrang' ed for the matinees. 'It a an engasfr ment de 13 sin gufarlv securing the first lit Stbrnach Acidity. Pre- BLUEBIRD" AT COLONIAL Ferm.rtation, Sour, LAST TIME TONIGHT and Acid Maeterliack's extiuisitely beautiful story of "lie Blue Bird" will be offered i Doubtless if .vou are sufferor at the Colonial Theatre for positively indigestion, you liava the last time tonight. The production e'- .jigestive aids atfd of the story is. presented by the Art-j.vou know these thinss will not cure craft Company undcv the personal tyour some cases do not direction of aud J Hut before giving up hope' and de- diug you are a chronic dyspeptic ond he truly beautiCul. will find keen en- fl.iown outsUndinj tapi.tal stock at ,'aiii supplies' at Tin com-1 relcase'of Ihis new Innovation in films one of the screen's be" riven tonight, the first E shari) at 7.16 and the sec- rj Those who can appi eclate noi ih ordinary corn- ,milk, but the pure bisurated nesla which you fan .obtain fiom oymenl in "The Blue Bird" at the any druggist in .either Colonial this evening. or tablet form. Take t. teaspoonful of tlie powder or two compressed tablets with a lit- le water, after your -next meal, ami see what a difference ihis makes. It will instantly-neutralize, the danger AT STARLAND puny invested (lurlaK iHVyea'r, ithel .royal- court 'in Belgium to [.sum of In ..victory bonds a humble log cabin in the mountains I and the employees also subEcribed of Tennessee" is a far cry, but in "Out to "'lie- "'lor a-Clcar new Paramount which I he', company Vlarrlns tl'ainiy .Marguerite a W' 'THE ATTRACTION COLONIAL'THURS., FRI., SAT. One of the greatest attractions to be seen this season, will be "The Crav- superfeature which conies to he Colonial, on Thursday, Friday anil. Saturday this' week. In "The Craving'1 will be seen some o[ the iriofit remarkable photographic effects ever seen in any photodrama. 'The .Craving" Is a wierd story of a man's connsest over his passion for and, lust, and :s writteti in'- Eifdi a rbaianer as to permit, of marvelous mechanical effects and in- tricate multiple exposures of the the latter include scenes in which four girls are i poured from a. clum- into a -where they swim around ''apparently right under the man'.i nostrils., "The Craving" js a distinct achieve- ment in motion picture creation, and wiU assuredly create a profouiil sen- sation .when it is shown at tlie-CoI- onial this wceK enov l n, ,11, -i ri of' th, IF STATELY j ;Jiy your choice for a monument j'we.are ready lo suljmlt n.variclv yot Sth Street, Soulh, R. Needt, 1 (lireclc-6. report ami statements were, .unanimously adopt- Jlr. neider announced his with- drawal from the presidency and'board 'lie company as he has accepted DOEltlon wllh Ames- licCready Limited, and a re- ion expressing ol he services which he had rendered lo tho company was passed At a meetfiiK ot (he board held im- mediately after adionrnn.en "f Ihe annual meeting, .Charles B Reger was president, and Mr! W A. Men Victor B. jrKc1l.' K.C.. vice-pretidentJ. .Mr. Walter Bininore _.was .pointed secretarv, .Mr. H. Ncllls assistant aecrelarv Mr Hugo Welller treasorer.vand Mr'j' V.n. Dalgneaui assfstuft treasurer.' which ivlll' be sliowu at Star- referenca iami tonight and tomorrow. Celeste, and Krymn, the beautiful heroine personated by' IViiss Clark, makes this transition with liap- When Celeste'refuses'to become a" pawn ..of.vStatD and escapes to this bides in tfie mountains of Tennessee where she is befriended by Robert by Thomas Mefghan, and ultimately shakes off- her pnrauerg and finds hap- piness in a strong man's love. The story is a beautiful one, thrilling and decidedly appealing..-It is based upon the novel of Maria Thompson Daviess, and was directed by ..Marshal Ncilan. The support provided for 3 Is one Of the best. DUTCH CRAPPLER WON ORAXI) TiAPlDS. Mich., April Tom Driflk, the chnraplo'n wrestler of The .NelhtrlanJs, defeated Oene Roland, the Pacific Cuast hanraierlock wrestler, here last nlsht, wfrnitng-In' ;rco'straight fallfl. rWROLD LOCKWOOO in AT THt "CANADA AT MONS" AT THE EMPRESS "Canailn at on the western tfont, In strikingly aromatic form the events 1mmedialcly preceding and following the brilliant, recapture of that -city by the Canadians corps. i Scenes "of -the repairiig of the roads and nihvays ilian advance of tne an excellent close-up Jot thft Canftdian pins covering1 the ad- vance ot-our infantry. Excf llcntxpic- tiirts of the ftervfoe in the old French cathedral, attended by the Prince ol Wales, General Carrie, General Sir David Watson, of Quebec, and General Morrison, of hare also, a scene showing General Watson receiving the presen- tation of the ling of tho cfty of Qiic- bcc-. Ineluclfid In the scene, depicted I? one showing advancing over a vide stretch of country, which a number of of high rank' tme declared to undoubtedly ihe -lineal pltplo-graptt ever tttsn of an army', a (trancing to atUck under fire. A' iMrfiige fa slfowti protecting the tlio shell- can bt clearly MM.ntpoiding umog the German A touch included by tha capture t'of, German artH.ery the puts up he finally fmMutd by hitt cantors cerlafnly prores hfm brirer tltaa h to', farmer ma film ends'irftli .1 rcvipfv p( Uie Canadians Frtnco of WakiE, General Carrie and llio Can idian ataff officers. J. P, of the provincial jKiblkr iljr who ume into prow Iwmce during of the AV oter the McnnonHe land detJs, has reslgircd, DUB, 'fn "the stoniach which new causes ymir fowl to fer- meut aud soar, making gas; wind. tie a ami the or heavy, liiinpj' fectlne that seems jLo follow moat you cal. You find that provided yon take a little bisiirated magnesia ina- meillately after a meal, you can eat almost anythiiie aiid enjoy it without any 'danger- ul.pain or dlscomlort lo follow and moreover, the of-the bisurated magnesia cannot p tLe atomach ii) any way lonfi as 'there are auy symptoms of acid indigestion. FOR TWO DAYS ONLY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 25th AND 26th THE MANAGEMENT OFFERS THE SUPRtlME SENSATIONAL PICTURE OF THE HOUR SergLATHERTON Will Appear in in Persdn and Speak the Words 'AT EVERY PERFORMANCE'' LILALEE IN Cruise of the Makebelieves" WILL BE THE PARAMOUNT FEATURE 35c; Children lie dulli 50 SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY, CHILDREN 5c sThis wouderful picture is showing at the Regent Cal- gari'. loi" (our clays', this, week and is playing to, capacity business Rac'n day. Don't miss it. It if li dear Sty See Hie transition ot a little feelgian Counless from. Bclgiuuv to the mountains of Tennessee. ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE "OUT" WEST' TODAY AND TOMORROW NO ADVANCE IN PRICES iAN ALL CANADIAN PRODUCTION THAT WILL MAKE YOU PROUD YOU ARE A CANADIAN THE CANADIANS' LAST VICTORY OF THE WORLD MOST REALISTIC PICTURE- ,EVER PRESENTED OF OUR BOYS "OVER THE PRINCE OF WALES, GEN- "RALCURRIE, GENERAL SIR DAVID WATSON, .MAJOR GENERA'- MORRISON OF OTTAWA AND OTMlR' MEMBERS OF THE CANADIAN GENERAL STAFF; AND OUR OWN LETHBRIDGE BOVlU THE LAST-BRITISH REGtMCNT TO MARCH OUT OF MOWS FOUR YEARS.ACO WAS THE OtD. BLACK WATCH, THE FIRST TO MARCH IN WAS THE BLACK OWN CANA? -DIAN AND PICK OUT. YOUR FRIENDS. IT'S THt TALK OF THE TOWN JT WILL LIVE IN YOUR MEMORY FOR A LONG TIME THE BLUE BIRD" SMviiful Ptay by unter Artorvft banner AT. TMI-': COLOIWl LAST 7.1! .lit The fact that Moris the flaat efty to be ncaptvr. fid ttfort the armiMidi wa> aiflrierf, and that thlt vktory achlcvti by aiir boyt, fnilto thra pk- Sure of trtmenitoua interett