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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I teATOttPAY. AUGUST 15. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MAJESTIC THEATRE, MONDAY, AUG. 17 Gala Opening of Season William Elliott Presents the Extraordinary Comedy Success __________ Direct from One En- tire Year pt New York's Comedy The-. e atre' KITTY MACKAY Special This English Company been brought direct from f-tew York to open season 1914-15 In Lead- ing Theatres of Winnipeg, Cal- gary, Lethbridge, Edmonton The Love Story with a Laugh in Every Line-Written by Catherine Chisholm Gushing Seats on Sale Frank Hedley's Drug Store PRICES: SOc to "Kitty MacKay Goes Straight to the Heart "--New York Sun_________________ AskforaWolfe'sSdmappi and Ginger whin .yoti-thirst dtinli, and you have.the'fineit combination refresher and; health, tonic powible. Wolfe's Schnapps (HOLLANDS GIN) r 9tlmuUtn the vital CHURCH SERVICES day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. i I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. nnsr OP CHRIST. Sf Bark block Ser I1 ice at eleven a m Wednesday ev- e'i'ng ttstiinonj meeting, 8 00 p m Tlie reading room IB open to. every- one every day f'om three to five p ni is cordially Invited to at lend j ROMAN CATHOLIC ST PATRICKS A. i II RoEcnlhal pastor Rev P Mint vcgen, 1 sistant Children s Mass 8 m. ST.. CYPRIAN'S Eighth avenue 'and Eleventh street South. Rev. Canon McMillen, rector. Matins, .11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at. 3 p.m. Junior Boys' Bihla class and Junior Girls' Bible class (fourteen .years: and -.inwards) and Adult Bible class at i p m the latter m the Parish hall Hoh com munion on the first.and third Sunday of the month at I JO a m and on the second and .fourth s at the 11 o'clock service. CHRISTIAN: CHRISTIAN7 .CHURCH Corner High Mass, 11 _ _____ school 4pm emng sen ice 7 30 p m Sermon at each service SALVATION ARMY i Serures are'belo at tin- Citadel, 1 Fif'j as follows SJndsj 11 I'm Holiness meeting: 3 meeting, Salvation'- meeting Weok nigbis Mondaj, 8pm, public weting ted by sisters S p 'ii Soldiers meeting TbLvadav, B p ri, saUation Consign Your Cattle and Hogs to C. Knight Co. Sunday I Third avenli" and Eighth street J B Pickel, pastor Sundaj school 11 n nm Preaching services atjl 11 a.m; p.m. Christian En deavo'r at C.oO p.m. i band in attendance; Saturday, S p.m., rres and easy meeting. CHRISTADEUPHIANS CHRIST ADELPHIANS Meet in the Cihdomau Hall, 7th itrTl south at 8 p in Bible clash, at p m to commemorate Everybody feels better when Uver and Bowels are.nermiil.-' .Keep youi a toned up with 'lie Lorls death, and at 7 JO p m 1 lo proilaim tlie glad tidings of the oC Rod' Subje-t 't hrist ?5 ,i Man of War His Coming Conflict and Ills Ultimate "Victor; otei the Nitions bv Mr Sidney Batsford All seats free Ao collecllpii "LATTER DAV FAINTS' CHLJIOB1 Catherine Chisholm dishing, is said to possess a charm and a heart Inter- est that appeals to all classes. Wln- .some Kitty, a Scotch Cinderella, is i taken from a life of poverty and bruises among the Highlands to fash- ionable'London. There she has her lights aud her shadows. When poor Kitty is denied marriage to the man she loves, she' carries the audience with her in her sorro'w. When she and Mas start tn Bible, to juit they do .it entirely without offence, but in a manner that convulses with laughter all who hear it. grouch could live in the same atmosphere with 'Kitty is tlie wav one dramatic reviewer pressed bis of the per formance 'Kitty" is in no sense a Scotch play It is .said it cannot-be compared with Bant! Pulls >bc Stnngs Kitty is all. Scotch; herself, but'around herM'ivals, the English, 'who furnish the fun. Produced under the masterly direc- tion orWilliam Elliott; the charm and fun of the play is shown to the best advantage hr such well known and ex- cellent players as Marjorie Murray Paget Hunter, Eleanor Wal- lace Erskine, Marie Stuart, .Tames Fin- layson, Harriett Rule Yyott and others. Seats are noiv on sale at Frank Hedley's drug store. Bijou Theatre first Sunday at ,the month. Evensong 7 30 p m Sund y school 10am Tiprlem'oi'nt, The Geimauj cr MARY Her C diftjif'e became mole pionounccd to p j'oplnm, rpctor Holy Communion d.o The mfantn is advancing in the 8 n nj choral Eucharist on direction of .Tongr.es anil St. frond, ana another attack is to the northwest of Bnisscls. first Sunday of the" month at eleven o clock "emcft Malms il am" Sun Gifte with Chewing Gun. CHEW Red Cross Spearmint OR Dr, King's Pepperwfet Pepsin Chewing Gums Chtw them tot UK punty at tbor ftish nimt- leaf ftem baame the pority eiceJ- lencc of die materul. md Ule in their making canaot help bat produce best gnrti y6a cwr tasted. the ootor wrapper of Midi packet for the handsome PREB Silk Cushion. Coats of Anna of 30 QiWaai CitiM, Phonographs, jeirelry, fcHk CoshuniTopH, Watchei, bpornng GooiU and a hundred and tilings, mi ant) n to the Wwppers to-oay 730 i m Mr Webtcott bpeak I tlie morning and Mr. Rose in the even Ing WESLEY ,G.' H. I Cobbledfck, pastor. Residence, 320 i Klev'entli street, 'phone 404. Morning! subject, "Individuality Utilized." Bv- i ening, Duty in the Present Crisis." Special' music by the choir Burgmann's Hall, 418 street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for tho breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOST AL MEETINGS At the liorhe ol Mr. Siinmonett, 126 Eighteenth (between.Istiami 2nd avenues. Sunday morning> at 10.30, Remembering ..-.the Lord's Sunday evening, meeting; Tuesday p.m., Gospel meeting, Thursdaj evening, Sp m, Special vvaiting upon God for the baptism o! the Holy Ghost Come and drink of the water of life freely. 'For the Promise is unto you and your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many'as-the God shall call. married man vol- unteering for service is compelled to bring the written consent ot his wife 'before he can be accepted, according to a militia order made, public today renewed the Afonlroal .FOR SALE BY f W, H. Eicott Co, Ltd, Wholeiale Broken, Ti SWnlpog, Calgarj, Edmonton, Western Distributors, SEV'T'GRAIUM'ORCHARD MA --It Allan, EPISODE- THREE OF MILLION-DOLLAR "THE MYSTERY' A Christian home and- an effective school are combined THEFT OF RIFLES EXCITES OTTAWA Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 'ex- citement was caused in Hull this morning, when, it was learned that dining the nlglit the haidvaie store of''Kelly'ft Leduc had been entered and 150 rifles and revolvers, and a considerable quantity of ammunition stolon A lii belonging to tho firm .was found In the vicinity o( tho C, P: It., station, which leaves the supposi- tion that the. arms may nave been put ,on the 'west.hound.midnight train, The Militia department bus been advised; and steps will at once >be taken to cite the stolon arms Germans have .pencil tho homnanlmenl.of the I.icgc forts on the right hank of tlie river are concentrating ou those'' .to Uhc west ol .the town. For prospectus and terms, write the Principal R. L WARHER, M.A.; D.D.; ft. ThoBM Ont TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. Vogt, Mus. Doc., Musical Director Reopens Tuesday, September 1st. A national institution, unrivnlleti In Canada as regards the distlnc- lion of its faculty aurt the superior character of'Its buildings and gen- eral equipment. Send, for YEAR BOOK and LO- CAL CENTRE SYLLABUS of 19H- 15 and pamphlet descriptive of the WOMEN'S RESIDENCE. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION. F. H. Klrkpatrlck, Ph.D. Principal SPECIAL CALENDAR Public rwdlng, Oratory, Physical and Vocal Art, and Llltraturs_________ At Starland: The Countess Olga clever adventuress that she isr aim remains unsuspected of complicity with the conspirators who are p'iotting the death of Florence Gray's father, and the seizure of his great fortune In Episode Three, Part One, is shown how the Black Hundred learns, through the daily papers, that Har- greaves, after drifting 300 miles out to sec, has been picked up Tvhile swimming about the wreck of the bal- .loon in which he escaped from the House of Mysterj I When Hargreaves lands at the dock [newspaper hien try to interview him, hut. he escapes in the crowd.' Norton, ]knowing that believe I that Hargreaves baa his fortune upon his r.irsoii, lays a trap for them. By judiciously tipping the watchman of. the wharf'where.the ?hip which land ed Hargreaves. is moored, Norton mis leads Countess Olga into believing that Hargreaves' wealth is locked: lip In a box in a safe in the wharf office. The Countess hurries at once to the Charity Ball; where shn meets Braine and tells him what she has learned Braine collects a dozen gangsters il an East-side saloon and creeps up to the wharf office, intent upon cracking the safe and removing the treasure chest, which he believes is ..within Norton posts a, dozen patrolmen be hind barrels near the office door. The gangsters, are captured .while at 'work, but Braine, whom Xorton wished most to catch, jumps into the river and swims away in the darkness. In reUeiving 'The Million Dollar it nould be unfair not to speak of the fidelity to detail and truth, which .chnrac'tofizes the serial. There is ah utter disregard of ex peuse makes The MJsterj s wonderful film.' President Hite has in sisteil that.In this, .his .masterpiece, onlj genuine locations shall he filmed And Director Hanacll.has carried out his chief's instructions to the letter. It Is not an inexpensive matter cas uallv to introduce plunging bailoons giant ocean, liners into a film, bin wherever script for effect President Kite has given carte blanche orders to Director Hansell to "tol low copy" to the letter. And yet, af all the wonders of the early reels we are to'idMmt tho most! .exciting (ea tures are still to come! Tonight Tonight 'Brewster's Millions' By George Barr McCutcheon A Most Fascinating Comedy Drama TONIGHT TONIGHT EMPRESS "WHERE ARE ALWAYS COMFORTABLE" "The Mysteries of the Hidden House" IN TWO contains a mystery Two girls are ona and the same He falls In love with the secret, and is doubly happj, DOLLY OF THE DAILIES WINKY WILLY Second Series A.Comedy for Young Hearst-Selig Newt Pictorial MISS GENE LEWIS WILL SING "THE VETERAN" Western Canada College Residential ami Day School for CALGARY, ALBERTA. MANY SUCCESSES Highest Pme at Itoya] Mill- tarv College this jear-Bas a Western Canada College boy. Ninth place at McGill University Matriculation taken by Western Canada for TJniierBities, Royal Military College, Busi- ness etc Large Grounds Separate Gymnasium, Shooting Oallerr. Manual Training. Calendar on application. Autumn term begins September 10th DR A. 0. MacRAE, PRINCIPAL. You Will Enjoy Your Meals i. i I The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th STREET SOUTH FOOD OF HIGH SERVICE PERFECT h Alberta Ladies' College of Red Deer AT Residential School for Girls and Young WonM. Public and High School Work Taken, 100% ot our students writing in the Departmental Examinations nere SUCCESSFUL Excellent courses ra Music, Art, Household Science and Physi- cal Culture Staff strong and efficient Fees moderate Autumn lerm opens Tuesdas September 8th To ensure secur- ing room resenation recommend early application Calendar mailed on request. N. O. MOUNT CALGARY A-Hlgh Class Residential and Day College for Boys and Young Men, Girls and Young Women OPENING OF FALL TERM, TUESDAY, SEPT 9th, 1914. BUSINESS CLASSES Bookkeeplrig Stenogiaphj, Account- Kufl Consonatory Course, Vocal Instrumental and ACADEMIC Public and High School Grades, Preparation for the Unhcrsltj and Teachers Ladles College couise for Girls Flench Conversation Classes FINE China Painting Water Colors. 1 eather Work, otc. PHYSICAL CULTURE; Dramatic Art, Public Speaking, Household Science For full Information and Calendar apply to REV GEORGE W. KERBY, B A, D D, Washington "Notify all foreign governments that tlicie will he no postpuK'incnl ot the fean Krancisco exposition" was the o! a tele- gram sent out by C C. Moote, president of the exposition.. ;