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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1018 the urrHBRinr.e daily herald PAGE FIVE 1*1 NOBLE LIKELY TO BE REEVE OF THE NEW VILLAGE (From .Our Own Curi'dstioni'lnnl) Nohlet'orrt, Mar. 22.--The opcninK services of our new church wero cun-timiort last Sunday when the Rev. Mr. Kennedy of Mncleod wuh tliu special liroaclicr. Both nioruliiK and evening �,r(K)d HormoiiH wwc preached by him to rockI rongraeu lions. Nominations The nomination meeting'of Urn rate-payers lor the Villas;'' council .was well attended. Four iiajiors nominalins (!. >S. Is'ohle. F. W. llunl, .1. llarrin and .1. J I. Modd wo.ro fiaudod in U) the reluming officer. K C. (.'rniiHton. On Tuesday morning, howevor, J. II. Mudd �withdrew so the remaining nominations wore declared elected ns councillors. Mr. Noble and Mr. Hunt have lived in the village practically Hinco its inception and represent flic veter-i�s ar; it were of (he place. Mr. Harris 1h a new comer but will bring to his duties fall the vigor of which he is possessed 'Vmd as far as can he seen at tlio present time, the eoune.il is worthy of the trust reposed in them by (1m electors. It. is expected that C. S. Noble who founded the village will ] lie chose as its first reeve. ' Homo illsc.isos of all kinds the healing powers of Zam-fiuk are. slrr:'.ly marvellous. For the pn.Inful ailment, piles, also, it is excellent. Many a doctor's bill is taVed by tho \\r.a ef Zam-Buk." For ce.tr, burns and scalds Zam-Buk in equally good. Nothing ends pain and heals so quickly. EOc. box, 3 for $1.25. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send 1c. 'stamp for free trial box. N. B. WOMEN TO GET VOTE SOON I'redericton, N.B.. Mar. 23.-Extension or the franchise fr> the women of New Brunswick in provincial affairs was brought a step nearer to realization today when the 1";^;.-.latum approved of the principle involved. Premier Foster intimated the government would introduce a bill to ;;iv" effect, to the resolution next. ses.-'ion, pointing out. that there will he no provincial election for several years ing action the itieafwn to conform with tli- acts.' md by postpou-'�ould be mad* ." iposed federal SATURDAY' 4 lb. palls Finest Marmalade. � 77r> Saturday..............................  I * Tins Crisco, 1'/z lbs. fift** Saturday ...................'............. UVt Small Oranges, seedlings, 2 dozen A'ii* Saturday .............................. 1JC 2'/2 lbs. Blue F.ihbon Tea. 1 IP � .Saturday............................ !* �* 8 lb. Bags Rolled Oafs. HQp Saturday .............................. IVC RY SPECIALS Shredded Wheat, packet | r� Saturday............................... ***C 2 lb. tins C. &. S. Coffee, Seal brand. Q^iT' Saturday................................ �73C Apple and Raspberry Jam. 4 lbs. 7A/� Saturday............................... I VC Goodwillie6' Red Raspberries, a'ass T>*� Saturday ...............................OtJC 10 lbs. E. C. Granulated Sugar. 1 1 t> Saturday ..................s........... * "� committee of sharelmbiers which will act with the liquidator ;md which will protect , the interests of the shareholders against any -ial positions, and mo.st of all, because of Stafford's love of drink, she fears to marry him. However, his pleas finally win her and she marries him. She receives every luxury that she could expect, and, lie even takes the happy-go-lucky .Tames Gilley, her brother-in-law, into his office, paying him a salary entirely out of pfoportlon to his ability. But in spite of all these attentions, a growing AT THE MAJESTIC The great melo-drama, "Seven Days' Leave," Is at the Majestic tonight. It is one of the strongest war plays ever produced and should draw a crowded house. Consistent with the policy of the Majestic theatre management, the theatre will be. open every night next \v�ek with a line of the very beat at-� tractions .seen in the city for some time. For. the first half of the week, starting tin Monday night, the attractions will include vaudeville and feature pictures. Heading the bill will be the Great Nelson and company, one of the classiest vaudeville aggregations seen in the city for some time. Acrobatic novelties, sensational feats of strength, card manipulation, mysti- fying escapes and daredevil exhibitions of physical manipulation combined wil.ii a wealth of comedy, costumes and scenic effects all go to make, the offering of the Nelson company a noteworthy attraction. On tho same bill for thu first half of tho week will lie another of the delightful Goldwyn photoplays, with the internationally famous comedienne Mabel Normaml as the star. The play will be tho mystery drama of lovo and laughter "The Floor Below" For the last half of tho week, starting on Thursday night the. attraction will be a marvellous pie.turization of .luies Verne's thrilling romance, "Twenty Thousand Leagues Underlie Sea." This wonderful story of love, hatred anil mystery has-been used as the basis of tho greatest photoplay produced. Tho dreams of fifty years ago written by Jules Verne has been visualized by the camera and Captain Nemo In. Ills submarine Nautilus accomplishes In this picture many ot the things spoken about in that fascinating novel, ft ia a picture for tho young and old. the intellectual and the seeker of thrills. The Universal Film company spent over two year.s In thfi making of this photodrama and cm-ployed 2,000 actors to depict tun episodes shown in the 900 scenes. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BUTTERFLY PICTURES PRESENT HARRY CAREY WITH MOLLY MALONE AND AN EXCELLENT CAST, IN STRAIGHT SHOOTING "A PRAIRIE CHICKEN" 2-REEL L-KO COMEDY Kaustine & General Supply Company, Ltd. \.M DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA P. O. Box 190 Lethbridge, Alberta Live Dealers Wanted In Every Town The Latest Approved Hand Gtaical fire ExtlngulsSier EXAMINED UNDER THE STANDARD OF THE NATIONAl, BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS Strongly Recommended by Fire Cbief Hardy, City 1 ACCEPTED BY THE of Lethbridge. Canadian Underwriters' Association and the v Qovernment Inspectors >x and approved, for use In FARM AND CITY HOMES. CHURCHES, CONVENTS, COLLEGES, BANKS, APARTMENT HOUSES, FACTORIES, MILLS, MERCANTILE RISK3, �nd GRAIN ELEVATORS. EVERY "CF.H.'" BEARS THE UNDERWRITERS' Sustained ScNSftT/on . "CARRY ON-CARRY ON" JStirrin'q ThE Reo Blood W/tm Thrills NO HORRORS*-h/O BATTLE SCENES "ctlire. Not a Moving Pict Prices *1,30, $1.00, 7Rr. "v. SEATS ON ,8ALE NOW MAJESTIC next week's attractions Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday Vaudeville & Photoplays The Great Nelson and Co. IN AN AMAZING VAUDEVILLE NOVELTY F|VE - ACTS - FIVE COMEDY GALORE A BIG, CLEAN SHOW PRICES FOR THE BIG DOUBLE SHOW, 50c - 35c - 25c - All Reserved. 3 Nights Starting Thursday ON THE SAME BILL Gordwyn present Another screen sensation of mystery, lovo and laughter, starring the vlde^world favorite-� Mabel Normand IN The Floor Below By ELAINE STERNE Filled with wonderful suspense and excitement and keeping the big secret till -the last minute. The UNIVERSALIS* Stupendous Sps�-~ . tacul.tr Under-ths-Sea Production An Almost Unbelievable Accomplishment Nothing like it' on earth, visualizing and , realizing; for you the fantastic dreams of the most fascinating story ever written, told hi amazing and thrilling romance. The most enthralling story of mystery and adventure ever filmed. The wondrous, story known'to. and read by millions of people all over the earth-Produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Co., at a cost exceeding half a million dollars and ^requiring more than two years in the making See it at X Prices, 25c 50c 75c MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY April lst-2nd special attraction (for charity) , "His Excellency The Governor" A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BE PRESENTED BY ./ MR. RICHARD HINCfcS AND PARTY Popular Prices . 75c, 50c, 25c Seats may be 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. 019?5647 ;