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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Y SATURDAY DECEMBER 7. IfllS THE ^ETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE FIVE Lots of Entertainment For All At thp Big Christmas Carnival ^ If tho Rotaiians were staging-ia Hoild's fair at tho exhibition groundB tlieio couldn't be any greater, activity tlvajj'ia being aisplayod thero those (lays  in preparation for the Victory Carnival and iKiddles'ClirlstmaB Fes-tivalnejtt^veok. Carpenters are busy, decorators aire busy, j^lumbers lare busy installing a.beating system; in lacp, everybody is busy, and by the very activity that is being displayed the public' caiii be i certain that the *arnivaU is to, be "the event of the Lkst times Tonisht .5. IN "THE TIGER MAN" AND / "LUKE THE PLUMBER" . : AT THE MAJESTIC. "The Unmarried Mother," one of the most powerful dramas given to the publiCln Jfcare, is the attraction at the JWaiestlc'Tfieatre next Monday and Tuesday, IJecember 9 and 10, with matinees dallr for ladies only, when a lecture will be delivered on "Unmarried Mothers," No one under sixteen years of age admitted. The � production of,, "Tfie Unmarried Mother" is being offered for the first time in this oity;i and is well staged. ^, JFii^LAm" . Wily ' can't sciertc^ evolve some' scheme, some sure-slrot way by which a trusting maiden may know before-haiid if the 'object of her affections is -worthy? j � ! ; If there were' iStiph a way, the gripping'photopia;y!^'Fot/S,ale,";,w'Ould never have come.^to be wrtttetf:?. Fred Jackson,. �\vho hasvia jscoiro of .'screen successes to his ci-edit,, wrote' "For Sale," in which Gladys Hulette and Creighton Hale are'Co-stars, and it is , coniing to the .'Starjand Monday. '{ The whole trouble JJis in-the.fact 'that the man witliiTchiJi? the heroine" 'Uelleves herself iivflo've is a pretty .gajrsort of a deceiver. And the girl makes the supreme; sacrifice of marrying a man she doesn't love a bit �-or thinks'she doesn't-to obtain money to send her deceptive lover to a (flimate where he may regain his health. ; '"For Sale" preseu^ a very interesting, problem, with thfi jiistlfication for the girl's action coming y/lth a punch ' at the end. It is distlnqtly worth seeing, "For Sale"'�is, according to those ilwho, have viewed tlie (tirg.t shbwings preparatory to booking It In this city. IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC PRIVILEQE to save and conserveWhen you eat wheat be sure it is the whole wheat Dorit waste any of it ft is all food Shredded Wheat is the whole wheat-nothing wasted or dirown qway. If is anourishing wholesome substitute for meatus and other expenstve&odsNo sugar is required-simply milk and a dash desalt vorcons," this new version of Sar-dou's comedy in the capable hands of Miss Cecille Elliott and Company is one of the funniest comedies seen he.le for many moons. Tonight's photoplay program will be headed by delightful Emmy Wehlen in the startling mystery, play, "The Shell Game." Lots of coniedy complete-the biUs . On Monday at the Colonial the big feature, Avlll be 'incomparable Kitty Gordon In the amashlngly sensational play, . "'EJnsel.V Daialing with the startling' story of a young girl who could aot pick the real frfrfm the false, "Tinsel" possesses a terrific "punch." Kitty Gordon,' famous for her beauty, ifamous on the legitimate stage, and eqiuany famous pa the screen, adds new laurels to .her career in "Tinsel." The Colonial management unhesitatingly recommend "Tin-eel" as being one of tlie greatest features ever seen here. AT THE EMPRESS. The crowds of film enthusiasts who have been waiting to witness the concluding chapters of "Tarzan of the Apes" on the screen 'Will have their wishes gratified on Monday when "The Romance of Tarzan" -will be shtfwo at the Empress. , This new production, tf.ramatized from' Edgar Rice Burrougli'.s unusual story by Sess iSleredyth jiHa diructsd b^^ Wilfred Lucasi is far and away the most novel and exciting presentment of the adventures of the amazing ape-man that has yet been given to the screen. .. ^ Beginnlne; v?itli the meetlng^'df Tar-Kan: and Jane Porteivhis predestine.I mate, in the heart of the African jungles, -whither the beautiful American girl has necompanled her father In pursuit of his Bclentiflo atudie�, &e drama takes its followers on the mosC romantic.and thrilling Journey through the land of make-believe that the heart could desire. The same magnificent jungle ecen-ery that gave a background of unique splendor to "Tarzan. of the Apes," is shown' In many of the big scenes of "The Romance of Tarzan," and hundreds of wild apes,, leoparda, Hons, tigers, and huge snakes and man-eating crocodiles add excitement- and novlty to a number of incidents. Per- haps tb9 most IntmrMtJns et aU W4 zau'� jungle frlend�, howsTtfV t� Tubi tor, the manmotli aTepIiiat ot.Blmnii human Intelligence, who rweit�B tm* zau from a war party oC Infitrfaetd-cannibals and carries bim ia aktsty; to the aeacoast. . ."The Romance of Trnxau* yrtSt t�l shown tor three dare' nm aA the press tbeatre, begfimlOc nwt ICoadaTl afternoon. Tonight, (ha BroaAmr httr ToUo-w' Ticket."; and s MrmuBtoc tontt edy, ^ 4 SHOE .1SHE! UqUlOS&PASTES FORBUCK,WHITEr TAM, DARK BROWN ORQX-BUX>0 5HOE5. �'^�^ ^LEATHER. HAMIL-IQN, ONT. - SUPJlbRTED BY MURIEL OSTRICHE, IN "TINSEL" By FRED JACKSON SEE THE COUONIAt FLAVORS IN THEIR NEWEST OFFERING, "THE GIRL IN THE MASK" THREE > THREE OTHER ACTS THREE NOTE-This 'is without question one of the greatest photo-dramas of the age. AT THE COLOHIAL. For the last time tonight at the hew Colonial Theatre the popular .Colonial Players will present their successful farce comedj', "Let's Get a Divorce," with which they have been delighting Colonial.c audiences this' week-end. Adapted, from Vlctorien Sardou's famous French farce, "DI HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's pay Co. is giving away a ?100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. EMPRESS 3 Days, Starting on Monday CYCLONIC''ClNEMA DRAMA � More Tlirillmg Than "Tawan of tbe Apes"; . SELECTED PLAYERS SttPPOTted by- over 700 native African*, and a troupe of lions, tigers, leopards; anthrapoid apes, otocodllos and other beasts of the.jungle, including T*ntor. a .gigantic , V elephant, who Bhares acting honors with Tarzan. MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO NIGHTS- -TWO MATINEES COMMENCING MONDAY MATINEE, DECEMBER 9 Popular prices: Evenlnfea, $1.00, 75c, 50o Matinees, 50c, 25e Matinees Reserved for Ladles Only. -> Splendid Cast. Gripping Story. *NOT A MOTION PICTURE 8jf>j�iltM.>!�'a Eel FOUn ACTS J ~"w,t.�.u.�ifciiM*'r SHOULD see 1 ".llliF"!' lite Now ihdtWie Tlu Is Over! What about having your rooms disinfected and repapereS by iu? We KtTCf a n^w stock of Wallpapers at remarkably low prices, with Cntoat Borden, in th^ very latest designs. , WELLINGTON BROS. .SHERLOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORO I. �p. 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