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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916 THE LETHnUTDViTE nr L Y H R U A T, T) PAGE SEVEN Pimples in an Evening Gown Btop Embarraosment from Pimples Beautify Your 3kln Quickly With Stuart'a Calcium Wafers. Trial Package Mailed Free SUiii-ilsHiiu !h madc! from tli(' lilood, 111(1 iiH It, Is 11 icmyiaoy of niiliirn to lirow ol'l' [| Kuo.l sliaro br !niiiiii'IUi;s llu'oiiKli tho hUIii, naturally Impurities B.-illior oil ,tlu' surface In the form 1)1' ])iiii|ilos, lilnlclieH, bluckheiKlK iiml oilier ci'uiitkms. Nulurallv. if there are no IniiiurilioH In tiie iilwd. mn\e will aiipear in the skin. Tliere'll bo GREAT CROWDS GREET SERB MONARCH AT SALONHvI no ykiu oriipl Kitui. ') I'.'; : c;ome wondeniill;.' clenr. '] lie eom-plexion will bo perfect, angelic. Sluart'."! t;alc!nni Wivi'err. remove the iuipiirltlo? from the blood. Tliey do it n ii'cnts, but are really worih many dollars to you if your face is marrcil by URly pimples, blotches, blackheads, muddiness or spots, etc, Clonvluec yoiu'selt by actual lest that Stuart's Calcium Wafers are the most effective blood and sl-'n peri"-!...... i, .1,^ world. If you wish to try them lirst, mall coupon below lor free in.ti ^.^i .v-iige. Photo Hhowa the };real crowd gathered alouK thewaterfroul at Saloniki to welcome Kinp I'eier, Serbia's Monarch, on u recent visit in the camp of the alliens. WHAT The Press Agent SAYS FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 303 Stuart Build-Marshall, Mich. Send me at once, by return nifiil, a free trial imok-UKO of Stuart's Caloium Wafers. Name Street ............ City ......... Slate Good Vaudeville Bill at Majestic Mere's a worth while tip-if yuu ai)-precdato a real vnudevilie show, don't miss tho bill which will appear for the last time at the Majestic tonight. ' There are four acts, a two reel Keystone comedy, and another two reel dramatic Thanhouser feature. The acts arc splendid. Wayne and .Marshall opened tlie show last night with a really meritorious act, called a "Vaudeville Tonic," And a ionic it was. Into t'leir act they inj(!Ct plenty of cletin comedy, a dasii of Kood dancint?. a buriesriiio on yrand ojiera, and a number of uji-to-|lhe inlimle boiiks. Theirs is a real act. Seymour and Diipreo came next. .Mr. Seymour gives a striking comedy impersonation of a Chinaman, plays numerous instruments and does some remarkable acrobatic jumijlng. His partner. Miss Dnpree. sings well and dances well. Donita. "the live wire singing comedienne," has one of the best "singles" in vaudeville. She sings numerous songs, all with a comedy strain, and closes with a "baby" song that is a riot. 1 Bob Cleveland's Five Foolish I'-el-! lows closed tho show with their linr-monlons comedy sketch, which took the audience by storm, and were forced to respond to four encores. This bill is by far the very beat e\er seen at the Mnjesfic, or any other theatre in the city, and is well worth seeing. Charged With Stealing Funds, Is Given Liberty on $20,-000 Sureties Calgary, .March I.-Tv/ent.y thousand dollars bail was demanded by Police .Magistrate Uavid;;on in l)io case of Charles II. Ley, former manager of tile Imperial Canadian Trust Co., at CalgaiT, who is charged witii the theft of $S30 from the cointJ.-.ny. It is said tlirre are other charges pending and that this is tho reason for large bail being asked. Ley was arrested at Coutts by the Mounted Police this week, and it is presumed that ho was about to skip across the border. Ills case was remanded till next Wednesday. of the degree, will present their comedy skit entitled "After the Hog Show," v,-hich gives them all the opportunity they need to display to advantage; their histrionic talent. Hnrrv Tsnda is a .lapanese balnn^'er wljo will present a thrilling number on a sphere. The second Installment of "Graft" will also ho shown. E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED SS OVER , mmm J At the Majestic An opportunity to witness tlio actual work done by our Canadian soldier boys while in training will bo iire-1 sealed locally, at tho Majestic the-!atro on Monday and Tuesday next, jwhen the olllclalmotion pictures of |H-oop life at Camp Sewell will be I shown. These piclnres, taken under the authority of the commanding olli-cers of the fumons camp, are adjudged to be tho greatest aid to tho recruiting movement yet secured. iija> M. C(K�i\i.kiS OKFEUS SPKCIAI. INDUCK-AllCNT to pupils enrolling early this term. VOICE CULTURE, PIANOFORTE, AND HARMONY Coaching ol! Songs for Musical Festival Studio; Uoom J, Conservatory Uiillding PHONE 765 and 1242. At Starlaiid i-'or tho Inst time tonight, the wonderful photo-spectacle, "The Eternal City" will bo shown at Starland. The [ Paraniount Travel scries No. 2 will bo j shown^ promptly at 7.15, and the sec-1 ond show will commence at 9.10 p. m. On Monday and Tuesday tho popular little conimodionne, Elsie Janis who i appeared recently in "Nearly a Lady" win bo seen again in a wonderful Paramount production " 'Twas Ever Thus." This Is a story of the different methods of making love, from the days of the cave-man to tho present time. At the Orphenm Tho coming bill M-hich will opon on Monday next at tho Orpheum is being preceded by some very llattorlng comments on tho (jiiallty and variety of tho ontertaininent being offered by the vaudeville aggregation that will hold the boards for throe days at tho poinilar playhouse. Heading tho list comes Roslu Lloyd, the Knglisli comedienne, a sister of .Marie and Alice Lloyd, who are known tho world over. Miss Lloyd will offer her reportoiro of original singing nuinbors in a style particularly her own. I'oalson and Ooldie, two comedians ��r KHAKI CON uu ESS Single Men Joining up Without u Murmui'-Moratorium lor Married Men London, March 4.-Conscription has come into oiieration here with little outward fuss. Young men ciuietly join up at their barracks, and the speed with which the single men are being enrolled and married men warned for service is tho best indication that the authorities consider it essential that the entire forces of the nation be mobilized in the quickest possible time. Sir Arthur JIarkham's long campaign for moratorium for married recruits will be successful, the government finding it impossible to resist the evidence of great hardships which would result from compelling soldiers dcrrived of ordinary incomes to meet ordinary civilian rents and charges. KNOX CHURCH ANNIVERSARY The quality goes IN before tho Name gooB ON-that's A LECKIE SHOE Demand LECKIE Shoes '-See that uou pet the a^mi'ne At Leading Shoe Stores lECKIE SHOES aro made in Western Canada's largest boot and shoo manufactiiring institution. Only the very best materials-very finest leather-highest grade, workmanship goes into every pair. IJd'JKlE Hoots and Shoes are inado for tho climatic conditions of Western Canada-to give absolute comfort and satisfaction. Tlie name LECKIE is plainly stamped on every pair Do not accept substitutes. Every penny you pay for LECKIE Shoos Is for Shoos-ivot for duty. Besides sotting most for your money you do your part in keeping Canadian money at home-when you woar XjBIOKIB'S. "Built for Wear, Style and Comfort" That the 113th Kiltie Battalion comprises in its raiik.s a wido variety of artists was dearly demonstrated last night in the splendid concert Ihoy put on in Wesley Hall, wliich was pyckod. , Sergt. Samson, instructor in the niill- ' tury school acted as chairman. The program wna enriched by an cffoctivo presentation of thj'eo tableaux from lliawutha, the appropriate positions of the story hoing road by ]\Ilss Troti-holni, while tho touching scenes representing tho wooing of Hiawatha and tho death of Minnehaha, from the poem, wore well acted by Mrs. Kress, Miss Allison and Messrs. Guess and T. Ilamllton, Tho orchestra gave throe numbers. Pipe Major Hosio and Piper Mclieth two selections. Bandsman LIttIo two numbers on his musicnl hatrack, while Pte, Travors in song and monologue displayed unusual talent. Sergt. Thomson's "20l,h Century Battlo Song" a inirody on John Brown's body etc, was well rocoived, tho words boing, dos-crlptive of tho time when tho Kilties would hang tho body of the Kaiser 011 the "old apple troo." Sergt. Wlnton's "When you and I Wore Young, Maggie" antl Pto, Stott's "Veteran Song" were very greatly enjoyed, as was the duet by Sergta, Thomson and Winton. Kov. Mr. Cobbledlck in-oposod, seconded by, Mr. E. E. Chandler, the president of the Epworth League, under whose auspices tho concert was given, a hearty vote of thanks to tho entertainers of tho evening, and to tho cora-tnandlng o/llcor, Lioul.-Col, i^r.s'co-Jones, who was present, tor his kind permission tor his olVicors and men to [lartlcipato. An unexpected touture on tho programme was tho presentation by Lieut. Kerr, on behalf of tho otllcors ot! the military scliool, of a boautltnl military watch to Sergt Samson, as an evidence of tlioir appreciation of his work as instructor. The Sergt made suitable acknowledgement and stated how much ho had onjgyetl.hls stay In Lothbrldgo. He leaves' for Medicine Hut at tho end at thia-SveoU to open the scliool lltqro. At tho close of the; concert rofresl^-monts, were .served to Uioso tftltiug; part. ? The ;iOth anniversary of : Knox church will be celebrated ? tomorrow, when special ser-> vices will be held, and special ? music provided. Rev. Princi-: jml Graham of Moose Jaw wdll ? speak at both services, and ? there will bo a special offer- ? ing. Tho annual banciuct of lied in ' all cases ot skin disease-an immedl- \ ate relief to the Itch, a calpi to excili-ed nerves, soft, soothing, yet a powerful agent, a strength to the general system." , I Dr. Unna Holmes: "D. D. D. Is as near a specific for eczema and the dreaded psoriasis as is quinine tor malaria. 1 constantly prescribo D, D. D. also tor salt rheum, tetter harbor's itch, pimples, all forms ot itchina; eiuptions, scales, sore3." Dr. Ira T. Gabbert; "I freely admit that D. D. D. reaches most cases ot eczema and peramnbntly cures them." Come to us and we will tell yoH more about this remarkable remedy. Your money back unless the first bottle relieves you. D. D. D. Soap keeps your skin healthy. Ask about it. J. D. HIginbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lothbridge. What Are YOU Worth From the NECK UP? MONUMENTS Ilciulstones ^  . and rifem."^ Crosses of eveiy description made to order Get our ... prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Itisostlmnted that the averaES man is worth $2 a day from the nock dati'n-vfhat Is he worth from the neck upf � That depends entirely upon lrn\aine. If you nro trained so that you plan and direct worlc yovx are worth ten times as much as tho man who can -worlt only under orders'. The Inlsrnallgnil Coriutgondenci Schooll so to the man who Is strucellne alons on small pay and say to him, ''Wo will train you (or promotion right where you are, or we will qunlhy you to take up a more conucnial line of work at n much hichcr salary." ICvery raontli several hundred students voluntarily report advancement as the direct result of I. C. S. training. You need not leavo your present work, or your own home. Mark this coupon at once and mall it. iDterDaiioDai correspondeace schools Dox 888, Scrunton, Pa. Please explain, wltbout iurtber obll�ttoa oa my part, tiuw 1 can quallly tor the potllfoa, ttatio, or proIessloQ belora which I faavo inaiked X, Automobllo Kunnias Poultry Farming Bookkeeper Stenoifraplier AiJvcrtUins Man Show-Curil Wrlllne Window TrimralaK C;ommcrcial Illuatrat, Induatrlal Daaisnlns ArctlllQclural Drafli. Charalif fiP*"!?*' EloclrlcalWIremaq B(�crrlc�lCnffJneer Mechanlciil Drafumin MccU�ntcftl Bnslnaer TeUphont exptrt Siailonary BnjtiQetr T�xtll� MiQUlacturlfig Uutldl^g QQntractor' ArchU�c� Concrfto Conitruet'n Bankiny; 1 (jvnnan ii Mine Por�man Civil ServlccHtaUan || Ming SupwrinUttdupt .  'i'Vv>          W. G. SMITH 926 8th St. S. Repreoentatlve for: Lethbrldao and District � � . - ���....... ..:,-,�-:':. : ,7" ' \A. ;