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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lUDAV, DKCKMUFJ! IflK! DAILY PAGE FIVB The speediest remedy for sick headache, biliousness and- indi- gestion is a dose or two of Lars..! AnT McdicSno In iho Wo Sold ercrywhtire. In boxoi, Z5c. Agents Say A HARD DIRTY JOK, BUT GOOD FOR A BLUEBIRD "PHOTO-PLAYS R. E ,E >J T 'The End of the Rainbow' A thrilling Drama of the Big Timb- er and the Pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow, with Myrtle Gonz- alez, Val Paul, George Hernan- dez, Frederick Montague. A Rousing Cub Comedy with Geo Ovey. A howlinr scream. sSh Tonight tef At the Empress Four weeks of work nl five-thirty a in a near escape of the director cameraman .from death when a iwo-ihousand old I roe was fell- ed for Hie picture: and the serious Iior.sihlv permanent illnoss of the ica.ling' liuly were the principal Inci- dent i i" the making of tlio Bluebird photoplay "The End of the Kain- by" Diiciclor 1-ynn Reynolds, in which Mrytle and Val Paul are starred. This will be shown at the Kmpress tonight. II is a story of the lumber monopoly of California. At Stai'laml Frederick Ferry, conceded to he one of the foremost dramatic stars of the day. makes his initial appear- in Lethbridge tonight in "The I Family a William Fox picturi-1 'zation Emile Gahoriaux's well-] known novel "The Widow Larouge." i 'Gahoriaux has written many thrilling j istorli's oi' the great city of T'aris-, but this is probably his greatest effort, j In addition to this fine fiix-ieel tea- j ture, the fi.-st of the Mutt and -left I animated cartoons, "Tim N'ight will be shown. In flinire one j of these great comedies will be shown j each week-end. Of Mens' Underwear Sweaters and Caps the double shipments received, we will unload (he above S'oods regardless of cost. THIS IS YOUR NOT MISS IT. Owin MEN'S PURE WOOL, TWO-PIECE. REGULAR EACH. SALE PRICE. At The Orpheum i I Charlie Chalilin's "One A.M." com- edy being shown at tile Orpheum for i the balance of the week, is one of his I best. Charles, according to the story, i returns home at an eary morning hour after an evening of celebration, in which water was not the principal i liquid consumed. After an alterca- lion with u taxi chauffeur over the j charge, and att'er numerous disas- trous attempts to got out of the cab, discovers he lias left the key to j the house in another pocket ami j j climbs into the house through a win-1 rlow. upsetting a bov.'i of gold fish on tho way. Mis antics following this have a laugh every minute. Women wur'iors on are earning good money, particularly in Scotland which has furnished a large number of sturdy women for this work. Our i'hr.to shows a woman working at a cutting machine, making metal She is .paid ?15.00 a week. At the Majestic [Lewis H. Freeman, In I'ouular chanics.l "'rite most striking thing to me abcut being under gunfire in an aero- plane is the unreality of said a British aviator who has been flyius I IS nmmi WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE EMINENT DRAMATIC ACTOR Frederick Perry in "The Family Stain" A 6-reel picturization of Emile Gaboriaux's famous novel "The Widow Larouge." Mutt and Jeff in' "The Night Clerks" The horrors of prison life In Ger- miiii.ii -.many, the terrible moral degradation In Flanders since the outbreak of the I f all dealt with I war. "The roar of your own engine a drowns the sound of the guns on the and even the detonations of! dress to the men present at the reg- j I Since the night in February of j the shells which do not burst very juinr luncheon of the board of trade at! j when tliu Initial puri'ormanee by at imml are rarely heard. jnoon today. Prof. Luck spoke Medicine Hat Amateur Operatic So-1 Shrapnel bullets fly In a broad cone be is lecUlrlns 1 ciety, astounded the citizens present I straight is. In the same j bv the manner in which an opera of I direction as that in which the shell i'" Lnuicu on alibre oi "The Pirates of Pen- j is moving HO that practically zance" was produced, the society have i oniy shell that passed on from one anccessxto another ilurm to you is the 1 r and whiie a prisoner of war HI Gcr- ever does any many, and a huge crowd is expected which bursts I hear him. le, and prof. Luck ...told of the terrible ____ see ex-j treatment of his little daughters The little putfballs of smoke j he was a prisoner. He said cleverness that of professional com- whjch blossom out around you are. the Germans 'were simple-minded, i panics. The -society is this season produc- j ing "Tom a comic opera in passed on trom one successxto anoinei ilul-ni to you is the one wlncn i I until the patrons, becoming more and j directly 'beneath --your machine, more critical, now look for a perfor-1 therefore, you do not se in finish and 1 ntflo nf s j mance approaching perfectly harmless. At the worst a kindly people ,50 years ago but their tew of their spent bullets may shower j national ideals-bad completely chang- back upon you, sometimes so gently He told instances of .the fitartl- tbat you can see, anil reach i burst ingly. low country. raoralHy in the three acts by Edward German, and in IIIIAI. i passing''.iudgnlent on the performance hand and catch 'the public should bear in .mind the j ing immediately- ovei" you is not fact that'it is an opera which much j dangerous in but rather omin-{ Captain Tretheway, retired older societies have hesitated to per-jous as .indicating the fact that engineer, who for years was ___ Charles Chaplin in "ONE A.M." One Big Scream in 2 Acts Also "Peg O' The Chap- ter 6. War Weekly. "See Amer- ica "Keeping Up With the A Good Show. Special Matinee for the Child- ren Tomorrow. form owing to the unusual demands it makes both on the musical and the histrionic abilities of the performers hut tiie chance of'tliat is almost neg- ligiilie. "Ordinary heavy artillery is rai and tbaf-a society which can produce it successfully is worthy of special commendation'. The society is pro- lr i U1II1111L1J lltll. II. ducing the opera at the Majestic here air Uut occasion- New Year's day matinee and even- one.s wm.k him into an ing. j ajr in which some of .the big ._ shells are travelling. This is ono of To those playgoers who most rcraal.kablo experiences that a really good dramatic offering, the to tllo lot-cf an airman; in attraction at the .Majestic theatre to- I nf ...v morrow matinee and night, will be more than welcome. "East Lynne" is the attraction, and there is little doubt but what the theatre will be well filled at. both p haVe you- welL ranged. The i associated with the Silver Islet mines back kick from might stun you if it nitron on the head, back kick from might in the Lake Superior district, died at Toronto. Us had lived retired there. Tor ten coming fj-om Owen Sound, wiiere .he was a resi- dent for twenty; years. formances, for the dramatized version of Sirs. Woods' immortal story "nev- er fails to attract la'rge audiences. An excellent company production will be seen in the bill here, and in- I tending patrons are. advised to se- 'cure seats a.t Medleys tonight j So sensitive is electrical appaf- I atus invented by f French scientist fact, the weirdest sensations of my whole flying experience are connect- ed with the occasion on which I hlnn- dered into the road of a passing '41' "As you. doubtless know, the Ger- MEN'S WOOL, TWO-PIECE. SALE PRICE MEN'S WOOL MIXTURE. SALE PRICE REGULAR 51.75 EACH. REGULAR EACH. MEN'S FLEECE LINED. TWO-PIECE. SALE PRICE MEN'S TWO-PIECE, PENMAN'S RIBBED MEDIUM WEIGHT. REGui-UAR SALE PRICE IVJEN'S COMBINATIONS. PENMAN'S WOOL. REG- ULAR SALE PRICE..................... MEN'S WOLSEY, PURE WOOL. FINEST THAT'S MADE. REGULAR SALE PRICE MEN'S FLEECE COMBINATIONS. SALE PRICE.................................... MEN'S SWEATERS WE HAVE THE FINEST ON THE MARKET, AND THEY ARE ON' SALE FOR LESS THAN WE CAN BUY THEM OURSELVES TODAY. WE HAVE A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT From 95c up to COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. MEN'S CAPS IN FANCY TWEEDS, PLAIN AND FANCY WORSTEDS, IN 3 LOTS LOT N.I. AND 52.00. SALE PRICE LOT No. REGULAR AND ?1-50. SALE PRICE LOT No. REGULAR SALE PRICE i 85c estern Mercantile Co. ThirdA've. Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty Phone 1721 mans have used their 17-in. guns for the intermittent bombardment of Dunkirk, and ether points -15 or 201 miles behind the lines, right down to the present time. Well, 1 was at an j altitude of about feet one day, i and climbing higher at an easy angle, whoa one of this big fellow's, almost at the end of its long flight, cauie plowing lalong in the opposite dir.ee- i alus iiivemtiu uy f i-jeiiuu that it will detect the presence of one a dark little blur appeal- part of bin-ornate of potash'. In nt nn parts of water. UFSTIC IfiMORR ..1 PHON.E 1722 MATINEE AT 2.30 NIGHT AT 8.30 :W. B. SHERMAN offers a sumptuous, revival of Mrs. Wood's immortal story, THE GREATEST EMOTIONAL DRAMA EVER WRITTEN and ZM- Children -10r Fi'ices: Night "5c, 50c. 25c THIS IS NOT A MOVING PICTURE ed In the air ahead, and at. an angle of about 35 little steeper than at one at which I was climbing i me. At first it seemed to, be coming right at me. and I swerved j to the left in an instinctive effort to j dodge the threatened blow. Then a j sort of droning hum became audible, even above the roar, of my engine, and this sound during Jiic i two or three .seconds that' elapsed before the big missile came even with i and swept by me. It was probably i several hundred yards away, at -its nearest, hut the distance seemed less. "A tow faint stirrings of air began to rock my machine even before the shell went by, but the full force .of thci "air wash' nab not felt for a fraction of a second later. Then an, almost solid wall of air nearly -threw i me on my 'beam and 1 wa really: hard put to get the reeling 1 machine hack 1-n en reveh keel.' For the next, mile or two like the water In the wake of a big chopped to and the machine rocked like f, spring- less motor lorry going over cobbles. The air was disturbed for some sec- onds after a'big roar astern told mo the '42' had coine to earth.1' PHONE 1722 EW YEAR'S DAY ONLY, JANUARY By .Arrangement With Messrs. Cbappell Co., Ltd. The Medicine Hat Operatic Society Presents WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmitliing, Furnaces, Gas' aecS.Steam .Fitting, Plumbing HSCK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE WOMAN IS A BLACKSMITH Unrlington. is. no longer a trade. ,lt has been! developed- into a skilled profession, and like all other supposedly mascu-l line callings has been iiivaded bj women. The first graduate woman black-! smith on record in the world receiv- ed her diploma from the Iowa state college a few weeks ago. Her name j is liiss Turka Hawkc, ami she is'] prepRrtng to open a blacksmith shop of her own soon: in which she will specialize in the repairing of farm' machinery. During her college course she did this successfully, standint; at the forge, welding, riveting and handling hot irons just as the men in her class di'd. A Comic Opera in Three Acts. COMPANY OF FIFTY GAKLOAD OF SCENERY TWENTY PIECE SYMPHONY Special Train to Uthbridge Beautifnl Costinnes Over Production Medicine Hat. Absolutely One the BEST SHOWS EVER SpN in Lethbridge The Society's Past Successes Include "The Pirates of "The Chimes of "The Gondoliers" and, "H. M. 8. Pmatore. "The Sight at S.30 Siia Prices 50c. and Seats Xow Selling at lledley's. SEATS CAN BE OBTAINED ON MONDAY MAJESTIC .THEATRE. Matiiiee at 2.30 Bharp. Prices: Adults.......50c Chldren..........25f No Reserved Scats ;