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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MABCH 22, 19,18 BEREEVEOFlflE TIIE UJTHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEFTVB operating flOcks; 8 nuvBOS uprons, 14 a^aomlnal .binders, 12 Bhects, 12 Aioka. * The mooting will bo hold as usual 'next week. March 27th, at 2 o'clock In Iho church. All the ladloa \(rSo can are urgqntly roquestod to come and help an there ffl � great amount 6t work oil hand. � i ot the sharo-holdea against any claims which may bo brought against thom by the depositors and debenture holders. SATURDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS X. 4 lb. palU Finest Marmalade. ' Saturday.................... Tlria CWico, l/z lbs. Saturday.................. Small Oranges, seedllnBo, 2 dozen Saturday.................... Z'/a lbs. Blue Ribbon Tea, ' Saturday .............,',...... 5 lb. Bags Rolled Oats. Saturday .................... 77^ 60c 43c 1.15 70c Shrcdd4d Wheat, packet Saturday.................r... . 2 lb. tins C. & 8. Coffee, Seal brand. Saturday ..................... Apple and Raspberry Jam. 4 lbs. Saturday ....................... Qoodwillles' Red Raspberries, glass Saturday .......;............... 10 lbs. B. C. Granulated Sugar. Saturday................. 15c 95c 70c . 35c 1.15 'Deliveries Every Hour l^lif fajiorfs Bag (wmpauB.; Phone 313 BIBLE STUDENTS FINED Port Arthur, Dpt., Mar. 22.-Prank W. West and Thomas J. Sullivan ot Winnipeg, Bible'sturtonte, today plead-o^d guilty before Maeistrate DohVi ot having in their posse.s.sion copies of the banned.bpok '.'The Finished Mystery" and wero'each fined ^200 and costs or three months in jail. TO CARE FORM Edmonton, Jfar. 22.-Tho provincial government Is about to establish an institution in this city for the care ot demented children under 14 years. A building will be leased 'lor a term of years and equipped as a hospital and home where violently insane juveniles from-all parts of the province may be placed. Six or seven children Will be put In tho home as soon as ready and the departpient of public health will have charge. NO TIME BEING LOST TO SUE THE ESTATES What ihe Press Agehis Say spirit ot discontent gnaws at her heart strings. She loves h'sr husband, for ho is invariably attentive and affectionate. But ot late lie' has sujicumbet* to a habit ot drinking to excess, and at such time ho has given evldenoo ot a growing disposition to ilogrado Iicr. .Toron.terT^Mar. 22.-No, time Is being -lost by the liquidator in getting after the ' estates ot former directors of the Dominion, Permanent Loan Corporation who are believed' to bo civilly li^/e to tho extent of $2,000,000. James Bain, K,C, cotinsel foi? the liquidator, this morning drew up the writs and prepared tlie application for leave to sue. This order was presented to the referee, J. A. Cameron, at Osgbpdo Hall beforo the meeting of tho shareholders which was\called for this afterjioon. t . - , f . . { Mjquldator Clarkson * presented a statement ot affa(rs in much the same form to the shareholders as' it .was yesterday given the depositors and debenture holders.' Arrangements were then made for the appointment of a. iPape's Dfapepsin" Fixes Sick, Sour,  Upset Stomachs 1(1 Five Mlnutet. Tou don't, want a slow remedy when your stomach Is bad-or an uncertain �>n�-or a harmful one-your stomach Is too valuable; you musn't injure it with drastic drugs. ' /� Fape'B Diapepsln Is. noted foi^ Its �peed in giVItii;-relief; its harmloss-" ness; Itg certain,, unfailing action In regulating aick, sour, ga�ay stomachs. Its millions of ' cures In Indigestion, dyspepsia,'gastritla and other stomach trouble has made it famous tho woild � over.'. K�ep thli perfect stomach doctor In yo\ir home-keep It handy^et a large fifty-cent oaaetroin any drug store and then ;,lt anyone' should eat something whl^ii doesn't agree with them, it What, they oat lays llko lead, torments and sour* and forms gas; causes-head-Aobe, dixzinesg and Aausoa; oruota- . tlons ot acid and undigested, food-remember as soon as Pipe's Diapopaln comes In contact 'with t�e stomach all such^dlatress vanishea. Its prompt- . ness^� certainty and ease, in nverconjlng' ihojworst etQiuacli^ disorders la a rove-li^tlotk to those who try it.-Advert AT STAItLAND "Straight - Shooting" a thrilling western drama ot the days wheit range feuds were popular, win be tho feature at Starland. tonight and tomorrow. Harry Carey, who has tho ropu-tatton of being one of tlie greatest Impersonators of western characters on the screa^ today, jilnj-s the leading role. He Is ably. Kupporrtod by winsome Molly Malone .as leading lady, and a splendid company. The story abounds' with action and thrills. In addition to' the fealuro an excellent two-reel L-KO .gomeily "A Prairie phlckeu" will be shown. 'at the empress "Bought and -Paid For," will be shown again at tho Empress" tonight. �Virginia'Blaine;''on ilie'death of her mother. Is thrown on her own resources with no one except a married sister to turn to-for help. She secures'a , position as telepboiio operator' at a 'club and here attracts the attention of Robert, Stattord, a self-made millionaire. When he' sees that Virginia is not to be won by dinners and jewels, he falls in love and courts her., Virginia is attracted to this'man of the world, so-different from the uncouth Gilley, her -sisfer'a husband, but because dt this diiforence, the wide gulf between their | social poaltlons, and rnofit of all, because of Stafford's love of drink, she team to marry him. However, his "plea.s finally win her and she marries him. She receives every luxury that she could expect, and, he even takes the happy-go-lucky .Tames Gilley, her brother-in-law, into his of-flc�f,' pa;ying him a salary entirely out of llfOportlon to his ability; But in spite of all these attentions, a growing AT THE MAJESTIC Tho great raclo-drama, "Seven Days' Leave," Is at the Majestic tonlgtit. It U one of tho etrongoat war plays ever produced and should draw a crowded house. .- Consistent with the policy of tho Majestic theatre management, tho theatre will be open every night next we^ with a line ot tho very beat at-�tractlons seen In the city for -some time. For. the first half ot the week, starting fin Monday night, the attrac tlons will Include vaudeville and fea turo pictures. Heading the bill will be the Great Nelson and company, one -ot the classiest' .vaudeville aggrega tlons seen In the city for some time. Acrobatic novelties, sensational feats of strength, card manipulation, mysti- fying escapes and daredevil exhibitions ot physical manipulation combined with a wealth, of comedy, coHtumes and scenic effects all go to make the offering of tho Nelson company a noteworthy attraction. On the same bill for tho first half of tho week will be another of the dellghtiful Goldwyn photoplays, with the Internationally famous comedienne Mabel ' Normand asi the star. The play will be the mystery drama of love and laughter "Tho Floor BolQjv," For the last half of the week, starting on Thursday night the attraction will bo a marvellous plcturlzntion of Jules Verne's thrilling romance, "Twenty Tlfousand Leagues Under..iho Sea." This wonderful story ot love, hatred and mystery has-been used oa 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 No-mo in his submarine Nautilus accom-plLsbeS" In this picture many of the things spoken about in that fascinating novel. It Is a picture tor tho young and old. the Intellectual and tho seeker of thrills, Tho Universal Film company spent over two years In tho making of this iihotodrama and em-ployed 2,00n actors td depict the episodes shown In the 900 scenes. MAJESTIC NEXT WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS ^^Busmess As ^iffr lOO^Sanitary Minute Gliu rn Churn? sweet or sour (sream In from one to five minutes. Oapaclty ,two gallons cream to churning. No wood to rot -All glass, A,labor saTlng chum. A child can-do the work-Just filn lor the boy, he will' want yoii to churn every day. , It Is aeU clean ;lng. ..vv;^.\v After testing lee(s tlian one sixth of one per cent, but -ter, tat'^fott in buttormllk. Pays for Itself |,-,Jn..e.ffHolon(^. KMiliiri\6enera1 Supply CoippaBy.itd blSTRIPUXOR8 FO r' ALBErtA P. o;.Woj^".?*c,, Uthbrldje, Alberta Live Maltra Wanted In Every Town Henderson, Reid & Pat^rson . CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ^ LATE OF ACADIA BUIliDING, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ARE TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT ROOM 6, '/.Dominion Mock, Fourth Avenue South f TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BUTfERFLY PICTURES PRESENT HARRYCAREY WITH MOLLYMALONE AND AN EXCELLENT CAST, IN STRAIGHT SHOptlwa "A PRAIRIE CHICKEN" 2-REEL L-KO COMEDY examined; under the standard'of the national board of-fire underwriters i' Strongly Recommencled by Fire Chief Hardy, qty  accepted by the of Lethbridge. Canadian Underwriters' V Association and the.'"^ � Government Inspectors > ^ and (approved for i�so In farm and city' HOMfea. churches, convents, -COLLEOEa, banks, apartment houses,. factories, mills, . A . mercantile risks, and grain elevators; d 7 M^> -BB FMPRESC B .JPositively Your Ust|J' ^ Chance Tonight / -m- � 10c-2Bo ^lice Brady In George Broadhurtit's Famous Success-- * BOUGHT, AND PAID FOR / _ Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday Vaudeville& Photoplays ON THE SAME BILL Gofiivtryn present Another screen sensation Of mystery, lore and laughter, starring the wlde-world favorite-- Mabel Normciind ' , IN The Floor Below By ELAINE STERNE Pilled with wonderful eus' pense and excitement and keeping the big secret till-the last A BIG, CLEAN SHOW |. minute, ' ^ PRICES FOR THE BIG DOUBLE SHOW. 50c, ^ 3Sc - 256 - Att Reserved. 3 Nights Starting Thursday The Great Nelson and Co. IN AN AMAZING VAUDEVILLE NOVELTY ' F^VE - ACTS - nVE COMEDY GALORE J SEVEN REEtS, j" Owing to our Incapacity In [^handling the large crowds we, are 'forced to hold this masterpiece over for one more day. � Don't miss It, It's,, great.^ Also one of the greatest. Fox Comedies, '~ f'SUDS OF COVE" It's a Scream. '^^ESTIC EVERY WiF.H.^':BEAR8 .THE / UNDERWRITERS'.. LABEL. / CANADIAN nRE HOSE CO.; LimHedr^ MONTREAL ' "blSTBIBUTORS FOR ALBI^RTA ^ w The Kaustine& GeiseralSupply Co., Ltd. HULL BLOCK,:LETHBRIDQe TONIGHT one night only PRESENT WQiONDON*^ ' THEREaUJ^iCHLmRYCo/ieDY f WEN M'VlflfK By Walter Hoyn^d \ AfONOmOffS^me/iTTLe: SCEA/�S Not a MovInQ PIcWf. Pr|�M l.iP, $1,00,7''o. Mft. 1^-. '_" 'I , .,: SEATS ONySA^^E NOW "V"/- r MAJESTIC THEATRE Faster mOndaif & Tuesday 1 st-2nd SPECIAL ATTRACTION ,(FOR CHAMTY) . '^His Excellency , i \ Th0 Goveitior'* A DELIQHTPUk COMEDY IN THRKii ACTA WibL, BB ' PR^fNTCO BY \ y I MR. RICHARD HIN<^: AND PARTY Popular Prices .............. 75c, 50c, 2.5c,i V*�.. Seats may bftiresarved at ThMtre BoxOffiee in exc|�ito*X*'''S-"^ < tickets which are' now on aale by^'mtmbara'cf the Cem'panyi Office open for this, purpose Saturday, March' 30ih. ^ '-''if P . 9373 67 ;