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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 2,1918 f + 1 1 T- . 111 IS - is Dvcr Million Copies Were Cir culaied^-Russians Read It, Too v i - Washingebn^March 2.-The commlt-lee pn public �Information yesterday lanoxincecL official advices from itr fepresentativo in Petrograd that Am-iassatlor Francisf crimes were pi (ft tod and perpetrated. Here were drtfwn the dregs of'^criminal organizations from foreign fields, as well 'as this country, and here crime thrived and blossomed and succeeded as nowhere elno in all the world. 'Port gald,..reputed to he a "bad town," was a kindergarten compared with San Francisco's Barbary coast in itsioalmiest peripch And it is this period that is so wonderfully reproduced in Hart's "The Narrow Trail." Democracy as commonly under- source, stood is a stage mot necessarily final) f "Education is not a subject for acad '4 i over night. Purely Vegetable SmII Ml, Sta*n Dom, Small Price Carter's Iron Pills F Will restore color Co the faces of fhose who lack Iron in the blood, as moet pale-faced people do. DRINK r in the spiritual evolution of the race. Education is principal means to such development. This sugges.ts not only the nature of democracy but also the fatality of a static system of eduoa* tion. , Should this treatment of education appear to some to flavor over-strong of the writer's\particular brand of vocation they may find relief by an appeal to the nature of education which Is essentially religious. To say that education Is related to life merely, is at once true, vague and inadequate. The primary >nstitution of being, is soul, hence an intelligent dealing with education is impossible save in the light of, and relation to, this , ,AT THE EMPRESS Violet Mersereau, one of the screen's prettiest and most nppular stars, will be seen at the Empress theatre tonight only in "The Girl by the Roadside," Varick Vanardy's entertaining story of love and adventure, which has*been adapte*d/for the screen hy Bluebird! photoplays. Miss^Mersereau as Judith j Ralston -has a role which is admirably suited to her unusual talent an a versatile actress. Also screpn Magazine and comedy. �because they certainly Bp^oll everything hut the tfun in tho side-splitting Alice Howell feature comedy that. Js playing at the "EJmpress theatre Monday. \ �. AT THE MAJESTIC With a company of fifty veLorans, tons oTspecial scenery and war time effects, band, orchestra, and a full complement of miHtalry paraphernalia, the Calgary Returned Vete ra u s will pre-sont the four act play "The Volunteer") at the iWaJestic theatre on Monflay and Tuesday nights next woek,~>March 4th and 5th). Manager Brown of the Majestic theatre is particularly anxious to nriako tho engagement a huge success, not for mere pecuniary masons, but more in order that a welrome spirit �may be shown the boys from Calgary who have done their bit. and in many cases given their "sir* for the cause of the Empire. "The Volunteer" itself is a splendid piece of dramatic work, and �will prove to be exceptional entertainment. AJJ seats may be reeorvrru In advance at the theatre box office. Elsa Ryan, who will be scon at the Majestic theatre tonight, in tHo great New York success. "Out There/' declares that the most difficult scene she ! is called upon to play in that moving \ V Outside of the mere( scenery, ''The Wolf" is a play of thrilling interest/ full of exciting incidents, and tells a graphic story of life in the northwest,, depleting the passions, impulses and. motives which inspire men deep in th� heart of nature. It tells the story ot a lone girl, of a scheming wolf in the guise of a man, and*of a hero df courage and strength of " character. Throughout the play there is a tenderness and natural wisdom which spealcs J �. J. MONDAY AND TUESDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT I LAST TIMES TONIGHT PA%JiE PRESENTS Mrs. Vernon Castle WM. S. HART IN HiS LATEST WESTERN DRAMA "The Narrow Trail v \ 11 �1 Also GOOD COMEDY AND GRAPHIC IN The Mark of Cain >9 1 5c a bottle Af your dealers or we deliver a Case of 24 half-pint Bottles To Any Part of the City for r $1.00 (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole Bottllna Aflerttt for Leth- -bridge. District. - WHEN CONSTIPATED When B)Voua, Headachy, Sick, fcr -Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Coldi. -:-. ,1 v ft ^ w - r i Purity Bo Woxks I CoVr^r4th ^Wenbe & 4th St. S. 1 i4 - Phone 1501 Get a 10-cent nor; Take a^Cascarct tonight to cleanse your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and you will .surely feel 'great by "morning. You men apd women who have headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, are bilious, nervous, upset, bothered with a'iick, gassy, disordered stomach, or hav.e backache and feel all worn out; Are you keeping your bowels clean with Caacarets-or merely forcing a passageway every few-days with salts, cathartic pills or'castor oil?. I Cascareta immediately, cleanse and regulate the-stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foil gases; take tlie excels'.bile fronf thfe Uvfer and'earry^ bit!the1 constipated waste matter and poison. -"Trbm' the bbweis: - T . *f; Remember, a Ca sea ret tonight will I straighten you morning. A 10-' cent box from your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear head and,.clieerfulness for months. .Don't forget the children.-Advertisement emic discussion simply, but a very practical problem upon the solution of which depends the welfare of the individual and of society. Herbert Spencer once said that the function education had to discharge was tp'prepare for complete living. Jesus said, eternal life lay in knowing God. The absence of dissent here is obvious. It is true that different branches of education will be classed of necessity, as scientific, moral, and religious, and that these must be taught by special persons; yet as all truth comes from I God, so all education must be regarded as religious and all true-religion as good education.. Our logic may be historical, and our interpretation academic, but the true philosophy of education is spiritual. ' The plea of these articles for the widest education possible is promised upon the recognized demand for a speedier humanizing of humanity. We are continually informed by implication at any raT:e that our task is to speed up the process by which "beasthood is transformed into the fullest and highest manhood and womanhood." We accept a worthy one. Also tlie suggestion which sends, us backlo connect our definitions with r antiquity, as the implication here, is of that incessant striving of humanity so" well reflected in the history of the ages. Whether this striving is the reaction of a "fall" from perfection, or the out-working of a natural evolution* ary law is not of paramount concern. The* potent fact is sufficient to charge all educative facility to their duty, No institution is working to its divine"end- only as it operates for tlie good of society as a whole, and in turn society is, untrue to her trust unless she plans-,-.'"-agitateB and labors that these rigjitly fulfill their purposes. Among the chiefest of these institutions used to bping this energy to its proper iaue is the school and the principle underlying it we call educa-tion. "ALIMONY" SEEN AT M THE EMPRESS MONDAY "Alimony" can �easiiy no conceded a prominent place anions the better productions of the current year, for it is indeed a production that will be of in-1 terest to everyone. For material upon \^iich to base his srory, the author, Hay den Talbot, has delved deep into the varied intricacies of the divorce courts, and the result lias east the picture in a framework of the most entertaining and fascinating sort. The plot outliifes the attempts of a woman scorned to ruin the happiness of the man sW/dnrt1 loved and his chosen wife, i^er methods are laid with the utmost care and tlie observer is actually in suspense over the outcome o*f it all, so complete and well formulated is the network of misleading circumstantial evidence in which she manages to ensn.we the husband. Providing^ the autho; had not been possessor of a full knowledge of his subject, it is highly pv^bable that one might have picked f):ius in his work, but Mr.Talbot has n->; introduced a false situation] his s.-v=.--'\ � i-r �1 H . 4 J j j ft L * 1 SEEUS^ORBEST 7 �i LOWEST I *" 1L IK V �V-.F - ^ iL p + COUNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE r - x ATTENTION j. - i f - , V " i �_ i. New1 York, Mar. 2.'-The New York World in an editorial expressingV're-J sentment at tl\e treatment accorded "William Jennings Bryan. at Massey Hall this morning^says in part: ."Mr. Bryan was denied* a hearing by a crowd of hoodlum ex-soldiers evidently well rehearsed for the par^'npt because he is a prohibitionist, but on the plea, notoriously false, that he is hA VAII ^IIPRFD or has-been pro-German. A per for, vv IVU.iJOrrM mance so outrageous would have been s impossible even in Toronto* if^aewji-' papers and politicians .bad not for some days be�ore:;his arrival discussed various ways toy which public displeasure with him could be expressed* "That some agencies '6f governnient itself were in sympathy, with the riot which they knew was to coniO' off is shown by the fact that a^lLUie higher provincial officials and every conspicuous member of the "legislature failed to attend the meeting, although* their gttest was an American of distinction,-; "When ruffianism in the name^ of loyalism subjects such a character to indignity it enters th^e service of the enemy, for its violence;i�hd injustice react upon. the cause^.whi?h }t pro--interestanyone who has Rheumatism fesses, to uphold.. Mr.^sryan's pacific- � ' llT u,' ,,,,*mt.nA�A r-j, 5sm in time of peace, wSs .the pacific-.VI have recommended Gin Pills ism of a great majority of his countrymen. The militancy of; the American, people today hSs: no qiore pbwerfuL supporter in private/life tthan Mr. Bryan. It Js because wo - were^ pacificists that wo are now warriors. Canada, no less than.Germany," may as well'grasp that truth and hold it." ; Vr: in the same way." , . 7" ^yas, is thoroughly.unaerstandabJe^Mri "TOuld advise aUtsuff�rers fron ^Rheumatism to try Gin Pills," v V.i � in recommend Gin Pills to ever^-. one; stiffering as I d%!?.r�^^S,*.. ^."I^take great pleasure' in recoin-s theriding Gin Pills to all1 sufferers �fflim Rheumatism.''^r- � ^ � �vJIf you wqultt ukfc^he^names :,.and addressesiof these people who are so if* I '� rf- � - J 'T * i + P7* t 1 r " National Drug Canad^, Xnnitfd,;- - ^ and practically t nonr theBe men Avere squatting | filled, trenches, dod gin c'.Germ an (ana wearing gas masks Ho'defei - ri 1 A r- -1 j i ^ I - m r ^1. * .If'-. MAJEST TONIGHT AT 8:30 Authority of Klaw. & Erlancjer and Geo. C. Tyler, Laurette Taylor's Great New York Success- OUT THERE ("Somewhere- f/i France") Also ALL ABOARD''-LUKE COMEDY Admission-20 cents and 10 cents COMMENCING MONDAY AND ERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY MATINEE PATHE PRESENTS "THE FATAL RING" A WONDERFUL SERIAL WITH PEARL WHITE 2 I r 1 j * r � * F / 1 i AJEST1C ONE NIGHT ONLY Wednesday, March THE UNITED PRODUCING CO., LTD., OFFER A SUPERB PRODUCTION OF THE PLAY THAT HELD VIEW YORK SPELL- BOUND FOR ONE WHOLE SEASON. a r � - in New Y-ork. Prices......$1:50^$1 &0, 75c( 50c i RPHEU Prices 10c-25c TONIGHT, ONLY Charles plin - F A.M." Also a:.'..^jCf.5K t - . . - ''va LV h i �� ^ -�� ^- I s: � ' - riM^V -,-.'�^"1 . CALGARY THt VlVlfe PLAY OF Ml ' - � � v. WAR. VEtllift ASSOCIATION PRESENT *:i'^ l ._ LIT ARY LIFE FROM R EC RU ITJNQ^T ATl'pN TO FRONT^ LINE JRENCHESSl A 4-Act play by Sergt Prices: $1.00, 75c\ 50c, V - Scenic Production h FA Veterans ~ l^mplete^ , SEAT85ON^SAI^El% �i| ' FRIDAY AT THP^TRE^^ - ^ j V. ' 4 �9 '1 ARE YOU MARRIED? 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