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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 191K PAGE FIVE Figures In Monday s Opening of Commons 6 A^k ' - f if SIR WILFRID LAURIER Leader of the Opposition, oca Cola 5c a bottle At your dealers or we deliver a Case of 24 half-pint Bottles To Any Part of the City for $1.00 (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole Bottling Agents for Leth- bridge District. Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue & 4th St. 3. Phone 1501 DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE Governor-General. LOOSENING HUB CAPS In ease the ordinary method offline* Tng a wrench on a. sticking hub cap and then tapping the wrench with a hummer fails, try this: Place a small box or horse of very nearly thehe.'ght , of the hub from tho floor alongside the I wheel, so that whe.n the latter iaaurn-! od the end of tho wrench will strike' the box, the force of the blow loosen-1 ing tho cap. I Every wants something win war Now, boys, here is your chance. Allies are in dire need of P both for their own people and for the armies. Canadian farmers want to raise every pound of food the soil will yield. But it takes plenty of work to "plant, cultivate and harvest the grain and the roots. So Canada asks all loyal sturdy boys from YEARS inclusive to enroll in the Soldiers of the Soil to help raise the food so necessary to win the war. Boys pard regular wages according to their ability and willingness to work. Also every boy who gives three months of satisfactory service will be presented with a bronze BADGE HONOUR by the Government of the Dominion of Canada. This Iladge in after years proof that that boy did his bit for his country. Every boy whether he hires out or works on his father's farm home will be entitled to the medal if he works for three months. Sr. See your High School Teacher, Scout Master or Y. M. C. A. Secretary ami got the enrollment blank. Enrolment begins on March ^ 17, and will continue for a week. r Canada wants, at least, 25,000 boys to volunteer. How, about it boy*? Canada Ban Now on The Russian Im forgotten by anyone who Sf h., j ui . in vi^acions of r hjvpnr' (Irink i ioivc lifcn niadf1 and *;v�. m;i i) wiioin : reeo^nix'- as the biu-i^icl iinppy days. i r.'i-eoM1 !�;'�' ii. n >ru t c.iii. jia ,s ' :i ii o;i rcejy u! ; h;;�e- v, e.m North , and South China wa^ tb" source of | serious concern for Jap� i int crests, i but Japan would lake j\>, .-u^s in the I wiiv of media lion. i The prnmlor character�; >t*,\ :i>; nu{rue a report that a .small bo'i\ of enienu; troops had boon went toward Siberia. PREMIER BORDER VIBRATOR PITTING ; The car owner can greatly reduce I the rate of wear of his roil vibrator no n1 s by periodicaMv reversing" the direction of current flow through the sv.ueni. 1'hy iii. Neii-wii-Vcrr;. , i ho clmrtnitn; youuk KmUinh a-, ire^s. ^.l ;he iiend of her own company will be the atirac lion, ap.pc-arini; in a new comedy called Mae.^ie" '.vbi-di h^s boon well re- ( t eived in Kastern Canada. M iss N'eibu>n-Terry, n ~ witi b* re called, is a:i i!ii:,-.irhnis riini;�� � r of ilio famouH Terry family of Kni^Iand. Iter fatlier wa^ Kred Terrv and her mother , Julia NoilMJieTcrrv, whi V she is a i niece of Klleu Terry. It was a' iter ! very first appearance on any stride that she. was set 'it by Sir IU'rh"i Jieerbobm Tree, w ho at once arranged with her father for her to become ! loading laily in !ier next product ion. ! MJhs XoiJson-Terry has been partii-u- ' larly associated with Shakespearian '� produetiojjs and has appeared as near-; jy all of -the bard's jireut horolnea. j 'J'ho war haz" tha* dist insui-hes the Hpir;i ual at mo/jphere. of I a.nuion life today iu eontras; to j-; indulirent sjtirit before the bi^ "Miing'' haju'ened that is transforming i!in earth is said to he eajjtured ^rippin.qly iu "Seven Days' Leave," the hi*.: spectacular niiii-tary comedy to be seen hem at. the .Majosric on Fiiday, March !22nd for an engagement of ono night, only. majestic ONE NIGHT ONLY Tonight Last Time || TONIGHT Norma Talmadge In the most, powerful five act drama yet produced, The Devil1 s Needle Norma Talmadge as the young artist's model, tho victim of a powerful drug. At 8:30 The Distinguished Ertflllih Actress �j MONDAY NEXT VALVE CAP HINT Never permit a tire valve to remain uncovered. In case th,> cap is lost and no .-pares irane' available, fie a piece of rag or rubber over the stem. If dirt once mukes its way into the valve stem a leak is almost certain to result. 1 + i It  AT STAR LAND Marion Pavifls. who through her beauty and grai efut dancing in the l/i� muairal success. "Oh. Hoy!" and in the title role of "MIhs Jal7." the current Century Theatre production, has taken New York by storm, has again .shown her ..versatility by writing a motion picture se.-nario which was eeepted by the Ardsley Art Film Corporation on the condition that she herself appear in it. The finished production, "llunawav Honianv," a de-life and society, will be shown at. Sarlund totilfiht. The story is exceptionally sweet and dainty, as is the star- auth- Alice Brady in BOUGHT AND PAID FOR PH YLLIS NE1LS0N I TERRY Supported by Htr English Company fManagement of G�org9 Cm Tyler.) fn a New Play of Lov�, Laughter and Happines�, MAGGIE i 9 By Edward C. Pepl� Author of "Tho Prince Chap" and other successet. 1 Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, Mo MAIL ORDERS NOW SEATS ON SALE NOW ANTI-BLACK HAND For the car owner who does his own j ltohtful comedy-drama ot gypsy : work the question of keeping his hands fit for polite society in a real problem. JIure is a solution of the problem: After working about the ear or garage, upjdy fresh cylinder or any light oil to Hie hands, using �just as soap and water is used. "When i all the grease has been rut loose, wipe ! the hands on clean wa-ie or ru-K. This j treatment will leave ;ho hands in Rood i shape-for soap and water and tar soup will be found admirable in this connection. HOW THE TROUBLE . STARTS MAJESTIC THEATRE EMM HON. E, N. RHODES To be re-elected Speaker - ^� v- -4 1^^" - � ----- - - +� '-3 96 '.-  -'f r � * * * + .s - I * �_ . * -I - 1L*'7 *- � J % 1 J 1 W. NORTHRUP, EX-M.P. New Deputy Clerk of Commons If more people knew bow Rheumatism ami kindred ills started there would be infinitely less suffering. It should be n matter of popular knowledge tbnt the bleed strcum completes the circulation of the body in approximately three minutes, gathering lip waste matters- 11 is the function of the Kidneys to remove these impurities or jioi&oiis from the blood and eliminate them from the body. Should there be an v deran tjement of the Kidney action the poisons are not eliminated but are carried around Again in the blood stream, to accumulate slowly and occasion sickness and distress. Then follow pams in the back, iu the region of the Kidneys, Hhcumntism, cons tan t head ach es, and the many complaints arising from derangements of the Kidneys or Bladder. First, the Kidneys must be put in order and until these organs are heeled and regulated no real health is possible. Gin Pills contain the medicinal and tonic properties that the Kidneys require. Von can get Gin Tills .it aU dealers- 50e a box or ti boxes for $,2.r,l)1 or s sample will be sent free upon requesi to the National Drug & Chemical Co. o: Canada, JJniiled, Toronto, or to the U. S address, 202 Main St.. Bufl'alo.N.Y. 12< it* i r EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY Mi u SPECIAL ATTRACTIOfl (FOR CHARITY) His Excellency The Governor A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACT8 WILL PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD H1NCKS AND PARTY Popular Prices 75c, 50c, 25c Scats may he reserved at Theatre Box Office in exchange for tickets which are now on sale by members of the Company. Box Office open for this purpose Saturday, March 30th. 1 [if MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY MARCH, 22nd WACTERC. JORDAN & ROBERT CAMPBEU: PRESENT W DIG LONDON �-NEVYORK 5UCCCSS The Rehustic Military ConwY MONDAY AND TUESDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT PRETTY, PIQUANT Save Your Hair I Double Us In a Few Moments- Try This! Beauty Ottawa J. D. McGregor, Director of Agricultural Labor If you care Cor heavy hnlr, that. glistcnBapWith beauty and is radiant with life; haw an inr.onrparablo softness and is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. .hist one apidieat.ion doubles the, beauty of your hair, beside* it immediately dissolves every particle of dandruff; you cannot have niee, heavy, :,oalthy hair if you have dandruff! This destructive; scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its strength,and its very life, and if not overcome it produces a foverinhness and itching of the scalp; the hair roots famish,,loosen and die; then the hair falls out Vunt. If your hair has been neglected and is thin, l'aded, dry, scraggy or too oily. K(4"ti small bottle of Knowlton's Dandcudne at any drug store or toilet counter for a few cents; apply a little as directed and ten minutes after you \vl\\ sny Uiitj v^as the best investment you ever made. Wo sincerely believe, regardless of cverythins else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of it-no dandruff-no itching scalp and no more falling hair-you must, une Kntnvltou's Danderlne. It eventually-why not now?-Advert. SIR THOS. WHITE Minister of Finance, who may not be able to attend the session on account of ill-health. illi Burke IN Arms And The Girl 9 AT THE ORPHEUM 'Mao Murray, late star of Xiegfeld's Follies and other famous musical organizations comes to the Orpheuni theatre tonight to present "Face A'alue" in Bluebird photoplays. Here is a siory of love and adventure, filled with ih rills and excitement, with beautiful photography and artistic aci-ing affording the very best rtlemeut-; of engaging entertainment. Bluebird never disappoint and "Fact; Value" may be depended upon- to maintain tho excellent reputation these features have established during two years of consistent offerings. j THE STORY OF HOW THE BOSCHE \ WAS OUTWITTED BY A CLEVER | AMERICAN GIRL. ALSO PLENTY - OF COMEDY. i ADMISSION 20 CENTS & 10 CENTS By Walter Howard touRficrs of Sustained Sensation "CA RR YON- CARRY ON" \St/rring^ Thc Rcd Blood W/th Thrills NO HORRORS-NO BATTLE SCENES Not a Moving Picture. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c. Seats on Sale Wednesday a.m. Mail orders now. Next ! LONESOME LUKE*?N "MOVE ON" N LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT 7.00, 8.30, 9.45, PATHE PRESENTS MARION DA VIES IN Runaway Romany 10 dENT9 20 CENTS AT THE EMPRESS The screen version of "Bougui and Paid For," the.famous Broadway success which comes to the Empress on Monday is certain to become even more popular than the stage play. The "World Film Corporation have given u� a production which will not soon bo Mae Mi$rray in Tace Value It's a Bluebird. The story of a girl who went from poverty to affluence becautt of her inbftMttt instinct for the better thinas of life. ;