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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 23, 1917 TIII; 'PAGE FIVE John J. Aslonllic I'ourlli Moods ii' Live A NOW York despatch of a rccen dale Katdi. Mrs. William K. Dick filed a coin Hide ucconniliiB 111') I'liBai'ea1 court ot licr Biiardtanslilp o lipr four year ol'l eon, Jolin Jiico Aslor, which bliowc.l Hint from No veinlicr 13 when alic. ap pointed lila Buardliill. until Dccelnlie 31, la'lti, It cost ?75.H u day to tec John Jacob alive, Jinnscil and In KOO Lc-allh. lolal cost o[ kceplliB Iho lios humous soil of the late Colonel Asto In filllni; stale was Ills mother1 received from the Into .In llial Hniu for ll inaliiicnancc. lloaiilc the laicn and olhcr Infa tllo expends which were Haled In ll iicooiinlliis t'10 rllctl ltlBl Al'rl1' .i0'! bin; hoiujht lo convince Ilic court thai u small boy lust had-to have mom limn a year, Mis. Dick goes Into dclullH concerning 'clothes and In the- new acco'inllng- John Jacoll'H clullies cost ?57DO. null as lie Blew older he pul away he loys Of lila lia'rjyhooil mid demanded l-GincllililB mure iniilnre and more C5C- pcnslvo. Ko In December, ho not "siicaliiiiB Illiccn discs or n inualc box. Hircc "roly-pollcs' anil two boxes of horns and balls. lly llm following June he hid not lo llio eocart state, which mcnnt 5-0 more, and hu also hail lo liavo a pall, u sand scoop anil other lieacli loys, n Mother a ilonkey, u rallwaj nnd a Ijouk on animal liuil. His Wear, continue.! to osunnil, and lila mother Eoughl to calch up wllh them "Bain Hi tho following December. She BOt him: A toy camel for 5.W a toy Hon. (or J13, :i KOOSC lor !3.oO n lic-ar for 53.73, another donkey tor _____ JG a lamb !or 51.50, and a ilucli lor neuters and fir lie course'of time. AUBUSI, Ins birthday month' cimio around and round Jolm 'Jacob disconsolate amid inn niin'3 of his ami his lions aml-his was a BId plo [or twenty gaesla. v.-hlcb cost SIS. rnd 'John JiieobrEOt .llvp.rolloniolulM ul Sl-j.'-Uirco bears, uii wheels five "bobiil for S10, u'liecaaw-Ioi- Jo, a .fouo bubble-blower for SI, and inaBtcTIslipond and. alliletlc. slide for 520 For u few days lie was almost a" liap'pv as Hits urchUis a few hlnck east who Mow noap bubbles from u clay'.TiPe and had n contractor's saw licir'ie [or a seesaw. One. reason why Jolin Jactn lo'escrclse railtlon 111 bla teeterins la ovidsnt from Ills' Wlort hnls. One ILcm probably arrived auout Urn lime; ho did. 11 was tor a dress, ccst- lllB 5123.50, which waa honsb'l orl Ihat "one to hcop Ills wlls hout lilin 10 follow Che entire ucllon Lo Us conclusion, ivilliout gel- Inr; tangled over tho rapidly gliHtliiE reucB. I'eBBv O'Moorc comes lo Ilio Majestic (ialurday, Mr.i-i-li 21. (Special to Ilic Herald) Kdmolllon, Mnrch ural cojnmlttco of the legislature. inoinlnt' was nui'.nlinously o plulun Ihat an ail should hu paasci his session lo ionic Into cffcd Jan st ncxl year ruqulilng llie ciirolnicn of hlallln'iiB for liulilic. service, un lull. Duncan Marshal! slulcil llial li md u hill prepared uil'l lliat II '.null jo given Its Ill-si rcadlnu llila atle 10011. The lillnlflei' explained Ihat ll wanted ilia definlm opinion of tl rommlllco before ho 1'iok Ihls ailio Hlnce ho liad last hrout'ht Ihc hcforc (he [ommlllco he! had mil j cominlllce of Ihe Icfialalure j heard n BlnKhj wold from (me Jlcrton iiaspcil an amendment j 'lo Ilio city fliuiivr nf Kdiuonlon per-1 Kiillilili lUe chic aiilliorltli-s lo pas OF II MAJESTIC THEATR SATURDAY, MARCH 24 Fire destroyed worth of properly :it Ihe Cordova Gold JllncB, l.lmltcil, Iliisllngs Counly, Ontario. Vcgclnblo eardeniiiB In the back yards of St. 13 being pro- moted In various ways. The llorll- cullunl Kiiclely, In order to encour- age, tin; movement, In isoliii! to give prizes for Hie best legctablea crown. Kdmonfon, Slnri-li nmniel- J. A. McCnll Birako slrongly In be holt of legislative action and cisscrle XKJIIT B. SHERMAN PHESRNTS A JOYFUL PLAY OT YOUTH PEGGY THE ADVENTURES OF A PRETTY LITTLE 1R16H GIRL IN AMERICA. YOU LIKE ROMANCE. STIRRING ADVENTURE APPEALS TO YOU. YOU ENJOY WHOLESOMT. COMEDY. YOU APPRECIATE A HEAL PL A1.'. IF [he Nursing Mission 'rovldcs vlsltins mlrsoa ror mater- .illy and all mcillcal surBlcal cases (CML'pt co.'itafilous diseases) md charges accordliiB to ibo clr- cuinstance.i ol ttie jmticut. Poor [latlcllts cared for !ir.a at chargo. Graduate far private duly also iirovlJcil. For further panic- ulars aiiiily to the NnrslQE Mia sloii, 113 SI' s' I'kone MIES A. M. Tilley Supervisor Miss A. Moore, R.N., Staff Nurse Miss B. Cook, R.N.i Stall Nursi [LIU ln-.vi> anll'l'ln'! V. u.-. filn.ll iw fail that iho ovuicr wlui and lli-ecso, When the clause van wllliik' 10 keep the WnJ v.as tills inoi-iitnit on sli-e win not piclcclcd In regard of Commissioner liar- "i-linn. In the cily liavlnK Ihc autliorlly vanished whin-It wan discovered lliat the. city of Calgary hail sinll power iMldcr its charter. Tin: would not acrc.pl Iho clansd veiiiilriiiB me jitney owners to Furnish a bond as security for nay- menl of damages in case .of uculdent. What the Press Agents Say THEN YOU ARE ASSUHEO THAT YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH "LITTLE PEGGY O'MOOnE." DEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS AT Till'' OKPIIEUM Tliey are of husy director wlih his megaphone, lliu camera nmn. Ilic up slavey blar. Hie comedians with their pits, Ihe stage jtriick country girl. Ilic Bangsi of car penters and luinds. And In ail illtloii. llicrc Is Charlie. Ilic MulualV '.inimitable Chaplin. So every one who lias-ever longed lo glimpse a inctlon picture- in tlie makinu will ha lianny. Cluirlie Chaplin will aplirar lunieht al the Orplicutn ill "Behind I (he Screen." his KCvenlh two-rerl) comedy olfcrinE released through the mutual. Evening Pi'ices: Toe, oOc. Children 25c. BETTER THAN "PEG 0' MY HEART" P-U L L! DON'T JERK Jacol'i 1912' two nionthii helurc jacon could .protest. -.A. mcnlh.Utcr job lot of clothes. tor S1K! nnd before John Jaco.i knew ivirbUier ho was wearlUE under his chin or n pink one, his chillies Imd cost 57SC. BoJord bo was five months old v, in- ter chine, and, o! course. John Jacob needed iomo more things. So ho got u mini: robo, costing 55SO anu an everyday ermine roue, that cost only SIS5' In the following Heiiterahcr his inolliei- EOt-a chance lo Eel two pil- with n pillowcase thrown In M neugor, Jle. Sho liougbt them for hnMny, 1314. John Jacoh hcgan to ftriU'about In rompers, .lie had. four palrrl, and they coat U.T5 Ho'lll-.C'. lhr-.il'fully as-well, prolnWy, as the (K coal that he BOl at the somo lime or tlie hat IbaL cent S10.EO. lly.the time it Began really to get cold again lllllo Jolin Jacoli was In n sad Elate, tor tbo rohes ol last year wmild nol do at all. Ko his mother Kot lilm one mailo of 200 mink skint for {200.01-. January 2. 1315, and must which coat 530. "From the date of his ilowi to Iho present dale of my roarrias to Mr Dick hla residence was will mo at S40 Fifth Avenue." suys Mrs Dlcli "and ho always has been an now-la under my personal care an cuucr.vislon: Until the time of in marriaKO lo Jlr. nick, hu and myse consliliitcd Ihc entire family nnd o curled StO Fifth Avenue and shared Its accommodations, apartments a-H the -ervicc Ihcre nrovided. The es- tablishment so occupied was mam- talked lit great cxrcnse, ami I have l.cen advbcd by my counsel. Harry A. OiWorr.lce.vc, tint it is proper and rcasonaijle that there should be charged to said Infant one llnrd of (ho cost of maintenance' a third of Ihc Inics. "The provisions of'Colonel-Aslnr s vlll for the establishment of trusl funds ot for each child of mine that-might survive him clenm nppears that 11-wf.s his inlunllon lo provide tor Iho maintenance anil-sup- nort.iof such infant ample 10 secure everylhlng for 'Hie comfort, welfare and "oilucr.liiin s'ich' child liiat niondy could.proviilo.'r AT THE EJII'KESS Mary Weslon became (lie star of the Juvenile Opera Co. under strange circumstances.. Itailily 'want- ed lo give her a clii'.nce to'hcconic a groat was bora with music In her feel. When a IravclllnE show came lo the town where they lived Mary and mdilv Wcslon saw the performance, l-iul Mary straight- way decided thai she wanted to Join the show. As Daddy Wcston had no other purpose in lite than to Bratlfi Mary's ambition, he bonshl.llic sliov, ofltrigul Mary Ilic star'o the organization. !''of a few wc'chs ran., then .thiuEs Megan lo happen. Tbcr was1 a woman, and her daughler in Jlary's company who were.Jealous.of the slar, and when Daddy suddenly (lied the mother took mat- rs in her own hands. Poor Mari- as brushed aside and the villainous ibther put her own daughter where lary rightfully belonged and left lary to battle alone agains! oSlvcrGity. [ow Mary won out makCB 'ii nvshty photoplay niuebird'hai reparcd from Harris Alison's story Man" Your Feet Still." 11 will be the' attraction at Ihe RmprcSr. healre Tonlslu under .the. title ot Her Soul's with dainty Ella Hall playing llie lEldinfr Vlso Sec America Firsl and 'orocdy. role. Cub F THERE IS ONE BUSIN- EESS ON EARTH'THAT A QUITTER SHOULD LciUF ALONE IT IS AD- VERTISING. TO MAKE A SUCCESS Or ADVERTIS 'iNG ONE MUST BE PRE- PARED TO STICK TO IT LIKE A BARNACLE TO A BOAT'S' BOTTOM. ADVER. DOESN'T JEI1K, IT PUS-'.I. IT BEGINS VERY QEiT, .-'Y; AT: BUT- THE PULL IS STEADY. IT IS LIKE.A-TEAM OR.HORS- --ES RULL1NO HEAVY BUT HALF THE POWER IS REQUIRED TO, KEEP IT GOING THAT IS NECESSARY TO START IT. SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS dLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN ROBERT W. CHAMBERS' WELL KNOWN NOVEL COMMON Performances at 1.45, 3.3Dr 7.00 and 3.00 p.m. Daliy Adml-slon-Evenlng. all seals, Filatinees Children Regular Prices Special Edition of Lhe Book on Sale at Kenny Allm's. A beautiful screen version of Harris Anson's slory, "Mary Keep Your Feet Sllll." With dainty Flfn Hall as Mary In 'Her Soul's Inspiration' The slory of a girl born with music in her feet. The most human, natural and In- spiring photo- play ever pre- sented lo the public. To The WHEN IN STOP AT THE HOT AND COLO SHOWER BATHS FREE ROOMS. BILLIARD TABLE, BOWLING ALLEY, SWIMMING POOL AND FIRST CLASS READING ROOM IN CONNECTION, WANTED Int'oi'inalinn about 'i'lws. S. Pritdiard'R present whci'cabouts. any person knowing any- Ihliig about him kindly send In- formation to Box 50, Herald? SG-3 "NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT BETTER! J011SST UNRESERVED Cattle, Hogs On KV'-E. Quarter