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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �'Mi SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1018 jfME LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 4 , 1 _ L ' (From Our Own r'Mrrc^i.Mntrlr'iiD V.vout of (ho MnKHiMi aiul Uaymoml liH'ond Wrtrds wiiH hv\Jnt.k mill armimonls brought, forth jy boili sidoH. The debaters for liny-homl wero: Miss; rcjlpRrasa and Mr, V. Anrtorson; AlagmUi speakorn were, >1iss HiUior and Mr, Mercer. Tho Hoy Scouts had no eompct.itiou ha Kaymomt Seouls did not arrive. i')io ^iugrntli Scouts Hantf, "Tim Whistling Sons," and they were given p-eat apjnausc until they returned mid /opeaforl their song. Mr. J. U Oibh vas Die adjudicator for the chorus ind was aslied tp �lvn his opinion on ilio Ringing, JiaHPJ'il iie had beard this long Hovnral times but never more perfectly sunpf than it was tills evening. iUr.Vh J\ HiidKO rendered two i'ocal solos exceptionally well. The Judges on tins debute were so Ioiik in irriviuK a! a decision, the people were entertained by Mrs. Robins and .Mrs. 'J'avlor of Havjuond bv verv nice read- tn�p. . The next, feature was the public ad-Irosa, the first spun Iter was Miss An-flcrson of Itaymond, b'u* subiect was "Our 1'urposc" a very fine talk whs Riven by thin yonntf lady a-ml slm is tn be congratulated on' the excellent talk she gavo although the "Vlagrath Fpeakor wort by only a few points. Corns? Lift a corn or calius right off without one bit of pain. Yes! You truly can lift off every hard corn, soft, com or corn between the toes, as well as hardened calluses on bottom of feet, without one bit of pain. 1 A genius in Cincinnati Vlihcovored freezone, It is an ether compound and tiny bottles of this majjic fluid can now be had at any drug store for a few cents. Apply several drops of this freefone upon a tender, aching corn or a callus, 'instantly all soreness dW* n ppears and shortly you will find the corn or callus .H bo shriveled and loose that you lift it off with the fingers. You feel no pain while applying freezone or afterwards. Just th ink! No i nore fronts or calluses to torture you and they go without causing one twinge of pain or soreness. Keep a tiny bottle on the dresser "\tr. Drew ('lurk was the other speaker. )Jia subject, was "Tlie Value of Obstacles and the Power to, Overcome Them," and was handled very well by the speaker. All present enjoyed it immensely. Shower for Soldiers The ladies of tho Presbyterian church neld a. very HMccessful soldier's shower on Wednesday evening in the Presbyterian church. A good crowd was in attendance and a/1 donated lib-eYally towards helping ill! tin* boxes for the .Vfagratli buys. The evening Mas spent in ploying games, refreshments were served and all present voted an excellent time. Following are among i! ose donating: Mr. and Mrs. 1 ngles, chocolate. Oxo, biscuits, v.aiidy; Mr. and Mrs. Kiee, chocolate, cigarettes; Mr. and Mrs. Leno.s, ehoc-olate, gum; Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, chocolate, Oxo. cigarettes; Mr. and Mrs. M i locking, .chocolate, gum; lYIrs. Hlnxull, chocolate, Rum, sugar, Oxo; Mrs. Anderson, chocolate, gttm; Mrs. Christensen, socks, gum; Mr. and Mrs. hongwort.hy, cake, chocolate, cookies; Mrs. Orabb, Oxo, cigarettes, chocolate; Mr. and Mrs. Owen, chocolate, cigarettes; P. Owen, chocolate, gum; Miss Sutherland, Oxo. gum, soap; Mrs. Pryde, gum. Oxo; Miss Lang wort by, cookies; Roy fjangwor-lU.v, gum; Mr. and Mrs. Oaiinee, chocolate, cigarettes; Mrs. Stnffen, chocolate, gum; Mr. Wilson, gum; Mrs. Moore, gum. chocolate, cigarettes; Mrs, Kulwood, cigarettes; Miss Ful-wood, Oxo; Miss Telgar, gum, chocolate; Air. YV. Ilice. cigarettes; Mr. UnUer, cigarettes; II. Dow, cigarettes; Maurice Lloyd, chocolate, cigarettes; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Oxo, choeolate. gum; Mr. Koyser, coffee. Oxo chocolate; Mr. M-oBrhle, coffee, Oxo, chocolate, gum; Mr. Newton, chocolate, gum, cigarettes; Grant and Oavies, sardines, gum, chocolate, Oxo; Mrs. Dryden, chocolate, gum, cigarettes; Trading Co. .store, 2 boxes gum; Mrs. L. S. Taylor, chocolate, coffee, gum; Mrs. Head, Oxo, handkerchiefs, cigarettes ; Mrs. Summers, coffee, chocolate; Mrs. McGan, socks, choc, gum; Mrs. Roberts, $1; Mrs. Rundy, $1; Mrs. Haxter, $1; Mr. Duncan, $1. Last. Friday, March ;5th, a pleasant, evening was spent when a number of people met in the Presbyterian church to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Mieklejohn, who are leaving Magrath Mrs. Mieklejohn was presented with a beautiful lunch cloth as a token of respect from her lady friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mieklejohn will be greatly missed by the people here. Refreshments were so:" ! during the evening. On Krh.^y afternoon Mrs. D. Crabb was the guest of honor at a social feathering held by the ladies aid. Mrs. Orabb is leaving Magrath and her friends are sorry to part with her and as a token of their respect presented her with a beautiful lunch cloth. On St. a trick's ere "Rivervie'W Farm" was the scene of a most pleasant party, when Mr. and Mrs. G. W Minuion entertained about thirty of their friends. Five hundred was the popular game of the evening. The prizes were won by Mrs. Elenor Gefl-des; a beautiful toilet set; and an ash tray by Mr. Gerz'es. The consolation went to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller. The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion with shamrocks, etc During tlie evening a dainty luncheon was served a ulapdlresetn was served and all present report an enjoyable time and pronounce Mr. and Mrs. Minion royal entertainers. What the Press Agents SPECTACLE AT THE MAJESTIC MAR. 28 Present day thrilling submarine events were foretold fifty years ago by Jules Verne, the greatest imaginative write]- wlio ever lived. Today they are pictured down to the minute in the Pniversal's startling photoplay based on "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under (he Sea." When you see this epoch-making drama you wiil have seen tlie most daring, the most sensational and most revolutionary achievement in cinema history. You will see Jules Verne's "monster" that terrorized the seven seas.' You will see the mighty commander, Captain Nemo, who followed tlie path of vessels 20,000 leagues on his I whic'h will have a capacity of 125,000 feet of lumber and 150,000 shingles per day, will be in operation by the end of March. , Stuart Henderson, who was a candidate for election to the commons for Victoria at the last elections, waa yiornmitted to ten days in jail by -a county cuvri judge for failing' to re-| spond to a summons in connection with a small debts case* Claiming New York as h1sN legal residence, John P. Rockefeller in the federal court filed a petition for an injunction to prevent. County Treasurer Boyle from collecting taxes on $5,-000,000 worth of personal property, wlr'ch he had been assessed by the county taiditor of Cuyahoga county, in which Cleveland is situated. I If the absorption by the Bank of Montreal goes through, and the Royal-Northern Crown transaction is finally ratified, all the hanks in Canada will be operated under the, provisions of the Canadian Bank Act, instead of one of them, the British North America, op-I crating under a British charter, as at present. voyage of vengeance. You win see the torpedo fired and photographed under tho ,ocean while speeding on its deadly mission, and j then see a full-rigged ship blown to j atoms. ! Through the magic rvindow in tlie submarine "Nautilus'1 yjn\ will see � the victims .sinking j/> the silent , depths. Though this window you are. > shown all the amazing wonders of J the deep. ; You see the "NautilhM" in a tropic '. ocean dive to mysterious depths, and : human beings enicr:^- exactly a^p Jules Verne wrote. Hunters descend to fl?/� floor of the ; ocean among man-car nig sharks. They require neither life lines nor | air pipes to connect riieni with the I surface. With a supply of oxysen in ; condensed air tanks ' h"y vi.sit ihe j wonderful marine gardens and coral ! caverns where human iW: never ven- ' tared before. � Century old wreck- ure found and j searched for lost treasures. j Tjiere ' TV a terrifying eombat fathoms deep, between * vA'.'.v.iv- �list **** * * + * 4 to REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE PHONE 1084 'A -V-  * - � Ay* m * * * Z4 *1* r* *: r+4 I �1 Jcase LLaslcy pre>enta Cecil RDeMillcs prbdudioiv MON. TUES. WED. Next Week Vaudeville and The Wfcman God �or�ot" JieanieMacpkerson. AnAWQytflKctiLnj: l 4 tt 1� i *iitt*i*it> * � * i * * + +-r*m + 1*4 * 4 . V.V, . * + 1 L* 1 J* i WiV Hi SI *� m. 4 HE only production of its kind in the world- the only photo-dratma factually photographed at "the ^ bottom of the ocean, amidst huge charging sharks, the feared tigers of the mighty deep. The production that required more than two years in the making at a cost exceeding a half million; dollars. The d r e a of the wildest romancer outdone"7"** The production that reveals to the people of the earth, the strangest Rights of the ocean^s depths; sights jxhat for thousands of centuries have been denied to mankind. \ ***** m I hotoplays Great Nelson IN AN AMAZING VAUDEVILLE NOVELTY FIVE ACTS FIVE COMEDY GALORE A BIG, CLEAN SHOW ON THE SAME BILL Goldwyn present Another screen sensation of mystery, love and laughter, starring tho wide-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. �A: 1 p * PRICES FOR THE BIG DOUBLE SHOW, 50c - 35c - 25c - All Reserved. A STORY OF MEXICO IN THE DAYS OF MONTEZUMA AND CORTEZ, SJX REELS MONDAY AND TUESDAY at A TREMENDOUS PHOTO SPECTACLE, AS GREAT AS "JOAN THE WOMAN" ADMISSION-ADULTS 25c; CHILDREN 15o Produced by the UNIVERSAL FILM MFC. CO. JOUWILL SEE-The swiftest dramfilic action-hair raising battl._ thrilling escapes-iearless attacks-all at the very bottom of the ocean You will see Jules Verne'a dream surpassed. You will witness sights that up to the present day no man of the earth has ever set eyes upon. YOU WILL SEE-Captain Nemo', magic .ub. marine window, and view with the Captain's gueata the amazing panoramas of the deep, more fascinating than anything on the face of the earth. YOU WILL SEE-The death grapple between giant octupu* and pearl diver, (the only-motion picture bf its kind in the world) showing an octopus and a man in ferocious battle on the ocean's bottom. YCU WILL SEE-The ittincp funwsl procwslori TrendLntt Its �*y lo Uio graveyard of Captain Nemo. YOU V/ILL ft?E-Ttio daflnr crew of tlin �ubroarlno Nautlloa V0TI.�Wl.t8, N>mn'A party eiplortni the owin'a bed with tn� new airing apparatus requlrUn neither air hois nor ru will ot.t-.-ino aafinr crew or iiib �ubnjarlao Nsutiloa Vft'�� _, _ . U-itfi \\\a ban from Its underside, to battlt ultli Ibo �tt�nCa - '�y ,W'LK. 8fE~NflJ Land- famous hanmoner. attempt'tn :.-.halii:auu of tho ueflp. K * jMtrey Uie drctded monatet trom the toredecki of the Abtibam 111 will 9pf_Tfi. v�,,tn,- YQU WILL SEE-ThP Nautllur. riro frora iU owan .1��J to binJ* irlta V. S. Skip Abraham Liucola. Lincoln sUn?lairt*EE""Tb" htlf rolsIn, combat between