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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD PAGE FWK Girls! Use Lemons! i Make a Bleaching, Beautifying Cream The juice ol two fresh lemous strain- ed into a botrlc containing threu inmccs of orchard while a ivholj quarter pint of. the most remark- able lemon skin Iteautilier at about tlia cost one must pay Tor a small ol Iho ordinary cotil creams. Caro shouM bo Inkcu to strain llie louion juice through a cloth eo nn Icmcn pulp KCts lu, then tlila lotiuii will keei> fresh 'for mouths. Every woman knows tliat lemou jutco is USL-I! to Meaeli and re move auch Ulomtshes as freckles, sat Irivncsa and tan und Is Ilia (deal akin smoolhc-iier anil bcautlfler. Just try it! Get three ounces ol orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the and niako up a quarter ihls sweetly (rag rant lemon lottoti ami massage H Into the face, neck, arms nnd hands. naturally should liotp to soften, freah cu, bleach and bring out Hie roses am beauty of any skiu. It Is simply mar velous to fimootlien, rough, red hands NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Dec- Bales C. P. n. U. S. Steel U S. Steel preferred Oriental Silks WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF ORIENTAL SILKS WHICH WILL MAKE A BEAUTIFUL AS WELL AS INEXPENSIVE XMAS PRESENT FOR YOUR FRIEND. We also have a nice line of Toys. BING WO 320 Thirteenth Street North Telephone No.'1872 Gas Co. Taking Steps to Protect Domestic Users Judge McXelll on Thursday at Mac- cod granted OIL injunction to the town 1 Slaclood against the Canadian .Ventern Natural Gas Company to prc- j-tnt tho company cutltnK oft the >ly ot gay used by the town to run is power and Noting plant. The com- taiiy had asked the towu to turn over ,o coal in order thut domestic consum- lals at first acquiesced, suyiug there was (wo hundred of coal on hand. Later It refused ami look out tho lu June lion which has been set down for hearing on Tuesday ut Mao- IcoO. la Calgary the Canadian Pacific Railway, the city with Its bis power plan'., the Hudson's Bay Company. Calgary lireivins Co., and other largo ers would bo absolutely safeguarded industries have ail changed over In n all the towns whlth It served. The order to makct the domestic supply own, according to gfts company of (ic-- absolutely certain. MILITARY POLL Tho military poll which has been provided In Lelhbrldee for all soldiers on active service wbo may be on duty here on Monday will bo in charge- of Sergeant AV. Holmes. The iipll will he located In the Medical Hoard quarters, second Uoor, Pool Office building. APOLOGY TO THE MILITARY TRIBUNAL To tffe Editor of The Herald: Dear rlew of the report that at a meeting In North Lethbrldge on Friday nteht I accused the Military Tribunal ot being unfair and unduly favoring some persons for exemption, I desire to say that I had no Intention of conveying suggestion and have no reason for believing that there Is any ground for such an as- sertion. THOS. E. COOLING. o ANOTHER ACCLAMATION FOR LAURIER IN QUEBEC Ottawa, Dei-. lo the acclamations already re- ported, Use clerk in chancery also announces the retirement uf Roaul the Indepen- dent Liberal candidate in Laval-Two Mouulains, and Iho election of K. C. Ethfer, the former Liberal mcniher by acclamation. This makes the acclamations number 20, ten Unionists and 1C Liberals. trriasi Marlatt's Specific FOB Gall Stones BOOKS Whether Tor father or mother or any member family, lover, Itlnsnian or friend, there's a book admirably suitable as a gift to that particular person.__ There is no easier solution ot the Christmas quandary that worries so many people eacli year, than, the decision to give books. Just the right sort of books can be found at The Twentieth Century Book Store "Evcrybsdy's Book Shop" C. W. MANSOM, PHONE 613 514 Fourth Ave. Phone 613 Appendicitis Removes Gall Stones Without Pain, Danger or Loss Time MARLATT'S SPECIFIC is a most powerful bowel cleanser which thor- oughly purifies the system and is a great snccessMn the treatment of ap- pendicitis. Unexcelled for Intestinal, stomach and liver disorders, neritorv itis, kidney stones and .chronic in di- gestion. IT NEVER FAILS! JACKSON CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J, W. Marlatt Co. 68! Ontario St., Toronto London, Dec. British air- ship Is believed to have been de- stroyed by a hostile seaplane and a second British airship was forc- ed to descend In Holland, accord- ing to an official announcement It was also officially an- nounced that a British had> been sunk. HOUSE RETURN'S New York, Dec. E. M. House icad of the American mission which ook part in the inter-allied war con- ference; has returned from abroad. VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST yCLASS. 200 luxuriously fur Ons block from C.P.R. in the heart ot tie up-town i business .section. Room rates: 51.00' and onljv The Woods Hotel Under same management as BARRON Vancouver's oldest and teat known hotel. In the heart ot down-town bus- iness section (next B. C. Electric De- pot.) Single rooms, Doable, W. D. Wood, Mjr. Write for reserva- tions. ATTHEOKVHEUM AH a special extraordinary .attrac- tion, tho Oniheum theatre have secur- ed the new revised super-edition de luxe of "The Jockey of the world's greatest circus picture.. This photoplay is acknowledged to be the Icing of all sensational scenes, the; es- cape; of the heroine from the circus grip of the villain, tne death pJunga ol man and beast over a roaring chasm feet high, fight to the death In mid-air, nerve-racking, hair-raishig feats of skill, and daring never before attempted, performers take their lives in their hands to make this at- traction marvellous. One thousand performers take part in this gigantic production includlufe- two ot the hlgU- eat-sala'ried circus performers in the world, "The Jockey of Death" will be shown Orpheum theatre tonight, also the Gre.it Secret and the finish of tpe Purple Mask. AT THE EMPRESS Huth Clifford, the pretty-girl who first greeted bluebird from the exciting encountora of "Behind the has uecoirf! a .permanent star in that favorite series. She ha thus far appeared in "The Mysterious Mr. ".Mother O'MIno" and "A Kentucky Cinderella" ami is now- an- nounced to provide the attraction the Empress (heatre tonight for the last time, when "The Desire of the Moth" will be presented by a support- AUTOUVEFhT FROM THE BLJOU MOTOR PARLORS COUNTRY TRIPS ONLY. pXv OR NIQHT NO HILL TOO STEEP, NOR SNOW TO DEEP FOR THE MITCHELL Wesley T. Flynn 'Phone 1750 MILLIONS DIE Every yeftT from Consumption, Millions could liave been saved if only common Knso preveniion kaj been used in tbe Gist stage. A12B a Sufferer.from 'Asthma, BIOU- cMtinj Catarrh, Pleurisy, Weak Irungs, Cougl and; jDir leading op to Tnberculosis, YOU ARE interested in Dr. StrandgariTs T.B. Medicine. for Testimonials'and Booklet. DE. STEAKDOAED'S MEDICINE 263-266 Ktmt, Totpnlo. Choosing cigars or pipes solves the perplexing problem of what to give the'man. Nothing is quite so acceptable. Clears, pipes, traya, tobacco, pouches, oro bound lo win tho respect and acl- mlratfon for tho giver. Can't yott imagine the Joy of tho man wb6 receives them for Christmas? They truly a man's gift. v A gift from onr large, fine stockof-smokers' requisites wiH pjcnso him im- mensely. Ho would buy them liere himself. All discriminating smokers do. They nro the finest you can buy. THE CITY CIGAR STORE THREE DOORS SOUTH OF LETHBRIDGE HOTEL The business of being a man has its advantages these days as well as its if someone j'thinks enough about him, his needs and his wishes, to choose for his Christmas gift let Most men are practical. The welcome gift 'is the useful fits right into a man's intimate personal life, makes things easier for him, and proves its quality by the way it shaves. At any good Hardware, Drug or Jewelry Store you can pick out a Gillette Set that will'be sure to give him lasting pleasure. If you have any trouble getting what you want, write us will see that you are supplied. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, Office and Factory Gillette Building, Montreal. MADE IN CANADA 'KNOWN THE WORLD OVER, ing company ol excellent class, head-, been glad that he started with Shakes- od by Monroe Salisbury. Rupert Jul-lpeare, for it has meant so nvu-h. to ian directed the production, and will I him since, in the way of study and also appear in one of the acting is an pxacl art, indeed reles. Also Screen Magazine and com- an eiact edy. In "The Call of Her Me- tro's great seven-act special release, ptcturized from Edward Sheldon's fa- mous play, Ethel Barrymore has an.opportunlty to display most su- perh skill as a herse-tvoman. During th6: making of the picture the slariwas called on lo ride at breakneck speed both along rough country roads and through crowded city streets filled with vehicles arid pedestrians. Six hundred people- took-part in the pro- 'ductfon, and Miss Barrymore rode j through tills crowd on a'spirited horse. This picture-will he at the Empress next Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. Kellerd will give LeMibridgc play-goers who like and appreciate The drama and art a rare week of Intellectual pleasure. AT STARLAND Noted for her exotic, almost Orient- al beauty und style, Madame Pelrova It's effectiveness Is In Its simplicity and tbc straight, almost severe lines of it arc broken only by an exquisite: filigree silver girdle set with turquols-1 CR. A short narrow tralrf adds Us bit of charm sweeping about the dujl silver slippers and 'stockings of dull blue. The old and very wise proverb about Satan, find his habit ot finding mis- chief for Jdle bands to do, is the basis, for The production was es- pecially arranged for her bjr Charles K Whlitaker from book by Dolf WyHards. l- Dealing with a little band ot ex- patriated Americans in an Asiatic col- ony, and including beside Its thrilling and very dramatic love theme, an up-to-daie romnnca of and romance, "Exile" hns furnished Ma- dame Felrova with one ol the clever- est vehicles of her entire career, it ]w jfanrtne Toumeur, 'the fanious French director. is appearing in" a screened vers- ion of a Paramount at Sterland Monday and Tiiesrtay next; is wearing gowns of even more than j her usual splendor and during, Among them Is ono especially' sumptuous affair of stiff eat dull blue brocade heavily embroidered in silver. AT THE MAJESTIC Tonight at the Majestic will'be giv- en showing of tho magnificent production "Tho Great White i the talcs of Alaska and the Klondike! in the days when men went mart for greed of gold, "Tho Great While Trail" la one of the very best attractions ever offered Of a jest ic patrons, arid a big! audience Is expected tonight- Seats may he reserved in advance by phon- ing the box office., John Kcllerd, the illuslrloua Shakes- pearean star, who held Broadway, New York, with his performance o! for 102-consecutive nights two years ago at Ihc Garden and Har- ris IheatrcF, will make Ills appearance1 at the Majestic theatre in (hnt role on Monday, Dec, beginning n threo dnys engagemcirt. Mr. Kcllerd Ig.Engllali by birth, hav- ing first seen the light of day in Kens- ington, As a youngster he evinced such decided musical latent that lie liad learned to play both life violin and piano.at the age.of eight. Dut be turned lo acting when Just double that age, for ho made his debut on the stage as "Folonlus" In lei" al the King's Cross theatre, Lon- don. He says he often thinks tho old saying regarding fooU and nngels when he recalls his entry into ShaJses- pearo, Later In his career, when he Iiad begun lo realize jusl how much study and work one cpulA put-on even one rolo of the master M the .drama, he felt ashamed of the boyish bravado thai led htm to aUempt'oId THE VALUES NORTH LETHFRIDGE Spirella Goods MADE TO ORDER up Phone 582 Miss Knapp TONIGHT ONLY Positively the Greatest Pfay of Alaska Ever Produced "THE GREAT WHITE TRAIL" A tale of the Klondike and the days when men went mad with greed in their rush for gold. PRICES: 35c, TIMES TONIOHT FREDERICK WARDE IN "HINTON'S DOUBLE" Alto LONESOME LUKE IN "PINCHED' i .MONDAY AND TUESDAY JESSE L. UASKY PRESENTS MME. PETROVA In Her Latest Paramount Picture "EXILE" "A LUCKY Comedy BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS- hJ> R, E'. S ,E T Ruth Clifford In the latest Ru- pert Julian pro- duction "The Desire ofttieMolh" With Monroe Sal- isbury A photoplay of a I rare artistry, I founded on a grip-1 ping story by Eu- I geno M. phoilCH. j Scenic granclurea. I pictorial beauties, I reflected In brill- photography Screen Magazine and Comedy. Prices 10c-15e EmpresS 0 RPHEUM "THE JOCKEY'OF TONIGHT 1.1 .M of Circus ThrilK aoJ Vivid Drama Death Defying FmM. 15c-25c 'ni ?he finlJh, of "The Purple BIQ EXTRA In Vour Vcltw Will Tingle it -The Pwfbr ft Mar, ;