Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
DECEMBER 1, HMO THE LETHBBIrtr.E DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 25-PEOPLE-25 MOSTLY GIRLS The CourhrooTi Girls AA delightful musical farce with Kbben Jlilllken Ruth Fran- els Herbert Broske and Girls. Skin Muddy? Dull eyes, blotches and other, skin blemishes result from a disordered di- gestion. Purity the blood, tone the stomach, gently stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels and bile with BEECHAM'S PILLS Worth Gulnan Box Dboclto. Et.rr B.i .1 V.I.. to Wo... Iildmnmnn.. In koiti, 25 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The noxt Canadian budget will pro- vide fcr the expenditure of 000. 13. F. 'B. Johnston, may oppose Hon. Av E. Kemp, the new minister of militia, in the East Toronto bye- election for the House of Commons. D. Morkobery, a prominent dairy- man, is the Liberal candidate for the legislature in the Innlsfall constitu- New York, Deo. P. Mor- gan Co., have withdrawn the proposed sale of British and French treasury bills, according to instructions received by them from abroad. COOK GREEN The Musical Girls" CH1SHOLM i BREEN "The Shop Girls' Romance FOUR PORTIA SISTERS Flexible Marvels DANIELS 6. CONRAD The Music Masters" BLUEBIRD PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA PHOTO-PLAYS EMPRESS TONIGHT" "Wanted- AHome" HDFNER'S Tlio ease of BilllllBB and Co. vs. Iv orson, Burdett, is bciiiK heard In Su- preme Court today. This is a Brain contract Involving Tlie defense IB sotting, up tl'il tllc contract sub- mlttccl iu court is irregular in that it bears a seal which it was claimed has been attached to the contract slnco it was signed a year ago. What- the Press Agents Say lint'B. The travesty on Oliver Twist Is a gem of burlesque that is very well received. .The Four Portia SlB- toni offer'a ninst sensational acrobatic and contortion number that Is differ- ent from anything ever offered III the city. Altogether it Is most pleasing anil ontcrtalnlffg bill1 that will prove very popular. Two shows, 7.30 and 9.30. At the Empress London. Dec. Router's dis- patch from tbo Canary Islands, says the Dutch steamship Kcdlrl. tons gross, has been sunk. The crew was landed. The Kediri was sunk by shell fire from a large submarine which was accompanied by a smaller' submarine. The smaller craft did picket duty, the dissatch says, .while the Kldi'ri was being shelled. Lloyds announces the sinking ot the Danish steamer Pfgholm tons gross and of the French sailing veusel St. Ans- 'nert. 275 tons. At Starlaud UNION1 MEMBERSHIP PLACED AT Ottawa, Nov. to the annual report of .the department of abor there were, at'the close of the last fiscal year, 933 labor unions in Canada, only. 482 of which have re- ported thetrVmembership to the de- partment. These 482 unions report ..total membership ot Lt. .Tas Foord, former employed of the P. Burns Co., Calgary, has won the military cross: Perhaps no play Is more widely known or more deserving of its popu- larity than Philipe D'Bnnery's great j "The Two Orphans." This great play has had an immense run both in the old country and America. Owing to the length of the program and the limited seating capacity of the theatre, the management would esteem it a favor if as many as possible who intend seeing the picture would do so tonight or tomorrow matinee, so that nobody may be disappointed. At The Orphenm The galaxy "of vaudeville talent for the Orpheum Monday m'.xt is a popn to be exhibited at the Empress tonight and tomorrow will add another success to the long series of screen triumphs Illuoblrd Photoplays have presented to devo- tees of the screen. An orphan strug- gles against the slern decrees of (ale to gain a livelihood; to secure a po- sition she practices deceit; a villain is there to discover her duplicity and to make her participate In his confl- uence same. By a lucky turn ot fate the girl is freed'from her would-be de- stroyer, clears herself, from all sus- picion is able to explain her conduct and gains a husband. Also the special "The arrival of. the Duke ot Devon- shire." lar one. 'Courtroom Girls." a musical farce of unusual brightness. is very entertaining and proving quite a hit with vaudeville habitues. Chis-jmotli i...i... .....I .HvnnTi nffnr nnn nf l.llR bright silOU holm -V.ilUUev nil; i Breen offer one of the bright should see it. At (he Majestic -THE GIRL HE COULD NOT BUV AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT There is a melodramatic treat In store for those who go to the Majestic theatre tonight or tomorrow to sec "The Qirl lie Couldn't Buy." for ill the play Simmer' Nichols. Ihe author. has undOubtedly given playgoers some- tiling to think seriously about. Whilst the play deals with a timely phase of modern' social conditions, it is so con- structed in a manner which has not the least semblance of "preachiness1 about it. Every mother and daughter will enjoy it. and every man who cher- ishes all that is good and pure in motherhood and womanhood at large Romance? that abounds m comedy get their seats early. Teddy and the'Angel Comedy "Algeria, Scenic. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ATTRACTION _WM. Fox Presents a Galaxy of Stars Headed by _ Theda 'Barn, Jean Sothern, Win. Shay in 7- Reels "THIS TWO ORPHANS" in a-. Stupendous 'Seven Reel Picturiration of D'Ennery's Christmas Thoughts One could not think very much of the Christmas season without associating Music with the subject, Christinas with- out Music would he Dawn without Glow! Bui lo have Music, (here should be a Piano' or a Player-Piano in Ilic very best that one em! afford. Sucli most be found in our Warerooms: Mason Risch Pianos and Players Henry Herbert Pianos and Players Homer Pianos and Players and many slightly used inslruincnis laken in ex- change, all lo be sold at exceedingly attractive prices. IF THE PAYMENT-ITOn THE PIANO OR PLAYER CAUSES YOU ANY UN" EASINESS, tET US TIDLL, VOTT THAT YOU CAN HAVE .IT SENT HOME ANY' TIMB YOU LIKE, FOR A SMAiLiL CASH PAYMENT. AND THAT YOU MAY SETTLE THE BAL- ANCE AS ITS .TOYS GO ON! itamt lisid) Hfmtfeft "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA" Balmoral Block Lethbridge iRPHEU TONIGHT ioas Featuring Francis Ford and Grace Gunard. Charles Chaplin bond.'! Also. War .Weekly and Real Life. Men's Uforling MAJESTIC. MB M All solid leather.' Tan and black. Some with -plain toe. All sizes. Bcg- nlar. line. NICHOLS' POWERFUL PLAY OF NEW YOKK LIFE. AND TWICE TO- .MORROW AT2.3OAND8.30 WANTED! ,A "STORE SLOGAN" FOR C. W.'HANSEN'S I A Eldridgc Sewing Machine NOW. F'NISH DECEMBER 31st, 1916 WINNER WILL BE, ANNOUNCED JANUARY C. AV. Hanseu's Hardware, Barons, Alberta Women's Gnessy In patent and gunmet- al, button style. Cloth and kid.uppers. and 1 inch jtops. Newest lasts. .AH 'sizes. Regular lines. T.. WITH AN EXCELLENT CAST AND PRODUCTION Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c Seats At Medley's Misses' loots Girls' Well Made School Hoots. Something that will wear. Button style. Sizes 11 to 2. Our regular line. A snap for Saturday's selling. HUFNER THE SHOEMAN Phone 1512 ii! Meats Direct from Farm to Table It Vou orrfer your meats from us tomorrow or any" other day you will know Ait the aniinaffrom which it was nit was raised by a farmer m the district and tttaflSTkUM and carefully haudled. It is economical to buy meat you pay no more and grt so mucl. better value for the play of fresh meats, fowl, fish and cooked meats is complete for tomorrow. DELANYS LIMITED :i Phone 452 We Have Moved To a more spacious store in the K. of P. Building, 427 Filth Street South.' Where we shall be able to supply our patrons with the usual hiah cla.s meats, fish and poultry, which has always been our aim. with a service that satisfies. We are just out of the high rent dis- trict, and our customers profit thereby. The Independent Meat Market PHONE 635 427 FIFTH-STREET S. RED CROSS SOCIETY in Wesley Auditorium, Monday, December 4th 8.30.p.m. The Royal Gwent Welsh 5FS Tickets on Sale at Jackson's Dnig-Store. Reserved Seate 50c pnreserved You are tequested get jour tickets wrly.