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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CTURDAY, MARCH 23, 1918 fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f fFniin Ou')' Own Correspomlonl) Mngrntli, Miiroli 23.-Tlic dlHtrlcf. ryout ot Uio Mngrnlh niul Ilnynioiul lecoiirt Wni'ds wiis lielil herd Tluirs-l/iv^ovonlnif. The Itnilso wnH crowded rlth oiitliuslnstic liBtenci-h nnd nil cn-oyuu mo ovening,^ Tho first number '�H llio dobato botweoii Uia iWo \'m-(Ib, tlio s\ibject, roBolvod that Will power Ih more osscivllal to sue-pss tJiaii Is opportunity." The iiogn-Ive side Hupportort by MnRratU won |y very .fow points. Tlila was an ex-tellont dcbato and hoido very go�(l Kiliits and argiinicnta brought forth |y both sldoa. Tbo rtebaters for Kay-hoiid wcro; Affs.t Pelpgrna.s nnd Mr. ^^ Andorson; Mngrnlh speakers were, ttlsR HlUler nnd Mr. Mercer. Tlio IJoy Scoiit.s bad no competition ho Uayninnd Scoiit.s did not arrive, fho Jlagrath Scouts sang, "The IVhlstling Song," and tliey wore given treat applause until thoy roturnort and lopeated their song. Mr. J. 'U Olbb vas thn adjudicator tor the- chorus ind was asked Ip give lits opinion on Ihq BlUgIng, ho-salil I'o had bnafd this long Hoveral times but neyor more lorteclly jiune tluw It was this oven ng. Mr.^J. P. Bridge rendored two vocal solos exceptionally well. The liidges on the dobato wore so long In arriving ot a decision, the people wore ftnlertalnod by Mrs. Robins nnd Mrs. Taylor ot Uaymond by very.nico readings. . The next feature was tlio public ad-Iresa, the first speaker was Miss An-lerson ot Uaymond, her subject was "Our Purpose" a vary fine talk was Blvon by this young lady ijnd shrf' is to bo congratulated on'the qxccllont lalk she gave although the Mngrath speaker won by only a; fow points. Mr. Drew Clark v;as (ho other speaker. Ills subject was "The Vnluo ot Obstacles and-tlio Power toj Overcome Them," and was linndlod very woll by the speaker. All prosaiit enjoyed It Immensely. � ; Shower for Soldiers The ladles of thn Presbyterian church held u very Bucccsstul soldier's slinwer on Wednesday evening in Iho Presbyterlnii church. A good crowd .was In atlondnnio and all donated lib-*ally towards helping fill tho boxes for the Magrutb boys. The evening was spent In playing games, refresh-raonis Avero sorvort and all present voted an excellent time.' Following are among those donating: Mr. and Mrs. Inglns, chocolate, Oxo, biscuits, candy; Mr. and Mrs. Klce, chocolate, clgarottos; Mr, and Mrs. Lenos, chocolate, gum; Mr. and Mrs. 'Phillips, chocol(ile, Oxo. cigarettes; Mr. and Jlrs. B. Mocking, .chocolate, gum; Mrs. Ulaxall, chocolate, gum, sugar, Oxo; Mrs. Aiidersoif. chocolate, gnm; Mrs. Clirlatensen, nocks, gum; Mr. and Jlrs. Longworthy, cake, Chocolate, cookies; Mrs. Crabb, Oxo, cigarettes, chocolate; .Mr. and Mrs? Oi^on, chocolate, cigarettes; P. X)won,' chocolate, gum; Miss Sutherland, Oxo, gum Hoap; Mrs. Prydo, gum, Oxo; Miss Laiigworthy, cookies;. Iloy Lnngwor tliy, gum; Mr. and Mrs. Oaunce, choc ointe, cigarettes; Mrs. Staff on, choc olato, gum; Mr. Wilson, gum; Mrs. Moorn, gum, cliocolate, cigarettes; Mrs. Fulwood, clgarottos; Miss Ful wood, OXo; Miss Tolgar, gnm, chocolate; .Air. W. nice, cigarettes; Mr. Butler, cigarettes; If. Dow, cigarettes; Maurice Lloyd, chocolate, cigarettes; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Oxo, chocolate, gum; Mr. Rosser, coffee. Oxo chocolate; Mr. Mlnuto in tho Unlversal's startling photoplay based on "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under tho Sea." i When you see this epoch-making drama you will have seen the most daring, the most BCnsatlonal and most revolutionary achievement in cinema history. You will see Jules Verne's "monster" that terrorized tho seven seas/ You will soo the mighty commander. Captain Nemo, who followed tho path of vcsscl.s 20,000 leagues on his PAGBPIVB Ladies! Why Keep Corns? Lift a com or callus right off without one bit of pain. Yes! You truly can lift off every hard corn, soft com or com between the foes, as well ns hardened calluses on" bottom ot foot, wifliout ono bit of pain. ' A genius in Cincinnati 'discovered freezone. It is an ether compound and tiny bottles ot ibis magic fluid can now be had at any drug store for a fow cents. Apply several drops of ' this trcezone upon a tender, aching corn or a callus, instantly all soreness disappears and shortly ypu will find the corn or callus ; Boshrlvoled and loose that ym lift It off with tho fingers. You feel no pain while applying freezone or afterwards. ' .lust think! No more corns or calluses to torture you and tlioy go witli- .out causing one twinge of "pain or soreness. Keep a tiny bottle on tho dresser and never let a corn or callus ache twice.-Adv. wmm DIE Hverf year from CoB�iinipt!ony visit the wonderful marine gardens and coral caverns whore human fcft never ventured before. Century old wrecks iiic found and searched for lost troimures. Tjicre ' Tk a terrifying combat fathoms deep, hetwren (.'aptaln Xo-mo and a giant octopus crushing a pearl diver in its monslcr tentacles; poBltI'vely the most) tiu'lUlng spectacle ever photograpliod. SfionoR from under the ocean, on tho earth and In the sky combine to make this first'and only sulimarlne .drama truly the most amazing wonder-picture ot ail time. This wonderful picture will be the week-end attraction at the Majestic theatro next week. Matinees will be given dally from 2 to 5 and complete showings each evening. Saturday afternoon a special clUl-dren's showlnu will bo given, and as this'picture la to a great extent educational. It will be worth.y of a large attendance. ) AT THE EMPRESS Dorothy Phillips is featured in "Broadway Love", a splendid picture at the Empress tonight.^ The Chipago public was invited to appear in the big courtroom scene In "On Trial," an Bssanay feature. In response to the announcement, more than 1,000 persons-many society women Included-stormed tho Essanay studios to "act" In the picture. It required four cameras to film the thronged scorfe. This Is at the Empress Monday, "THE WOMAN OOD FORGOT" STARLAND AT When the massive sets wcro built for tho production of "Intolerance." it was thought the last word in Ih-- construction of photo-drnmallc setn had liceu reached, but ('ecll J3. il'Mllle, the famous -iirodueor, who is responsible for the . Artcrafl proiluction "The Woman God Forgot" in wlildi Geral-dine Farrar will be seen at Starland on Monday and Tuesday lias gone oven that famous s^t one bolter. The scenes of "Tlio Woman God Forgot," arc laid during tho Spanish coniiuest of the Aztecs and Mr. de-MlUe had erected an exact reproduction o( tho famous pyramid ot Teo-calll, surrounded by an entire Aztec city. This one set covers an area ot two square miles and the pyramid is nearly 200 feet in height and of the most BUbstftntlBl construction, owing to the fact that over a thousand men battle up tho stairways and inclines to the temple at the top. The interior of the pyramid is also complete in tho most minute detail, tho liugo sucri-flclal room being reproduced in the exact sijo ot tho room in >vhich tho High Priest of Altec sacrificed bis human victims to the Aztec gods. In order to build tho pyramid and the city, a forco o( throe hundred i;ar-penters and stone masons were bu.sy nearly two weeks, working night and day. If the absorption by tho Bank of Montreal goes through, and the Royal-Northern Crown transaction is finally ratified, all the banks in Canada will be operated under the provisions of the ! Canadian Bank Act, Insteafl of one of them, the 'British North America, operating under a British charter, as at present. m A HERALD WANT AD Prince George aldermen--ware contemplating increasing their salaries, and -the citizens held nn indignation meeting to protest against the move. North Vancouver municipality has. raised the salaries of its office staff, increases ranging from i5 to 135 per month, I Doteollve Gerald Scaillon, who has been connected with,the Vancouver city police force, for six years, has resigned and will, engage in farming in the Reglna district. Arrangements are under, way at Nelson for the 1918 irrigation congress, which is to be held in that city. Between twd and three hundred delegates are expected to be-present. The new mill a:t Prince' Rupert, LAST TliyifcS TONIGHT harry carey V AND . MOLLY MALONE STRAJGHT SHOOTING Also "A PRAIRIE CHlbKEN" y TVro-Reel L-KO Comedy We ha>e no hesitation In recom' mending This Show to 6ur Patron*. ADMISSION, 20c AND lOo. Our listing of houses for sale were destroyed in the fire, ;, We would greatly appreciate fresh , particulars nfrom those wishing to sell their property. TEMPORARY OPFICE8 room 4, rylands'corner A. ]. BUpe & Co.. ^eal estate & insurance phone 1084 PMPRESC Mji tonight IJ Dtfrothy Phillips The star oC "llel Morgan's Girl" In Broadway Love A Super Bluebird Monday and Tuesday The Buccesstui Cohan & Harris Stage Hit 'ON TRIAL' seven acts Also Wm. S. Part in "the last''card" 111 tho photodrnma tho fighting Spaniards and Aztec warriors aro seen groppiing with each other, and rolling down the long sloping sides ot the edifice, or being hurled from the top to the ground below. I laving been so sucpospful in directing, by monns ot floiil telephones, the wonderful balUo scenes in ".loan tlie Woman," Cecil B. doMlUe, tho noted producer, employed the same method of conducting the battle acenes for "Tho Woman God Forgot." Phones were installed at each station around tho battlofled where Mr. doMlllo had placed camera men nnd asBislantB, nnd with the receiver strapped to his ho.id, and tho transmitter swinging From his breast, he was in constant communiciitlon with tho whole organization. The battle scenes which would ordinarily require a week . or moro to film, worn taken in iRe brief space of three days. Any Sickness Leaves Weakness Even a simple coid strips and reduces your resistive powers' to allow other sickness. Only food-not opiates or drugs-creates the rich blood which distributes strength to the body, and the concentrated medicinal food in $(0m ENIiUION makes the blood rich and stimulates its circulation while its tonic virtue enlivens the appetite and aids nutrition to reestablish your strength quickly and permanently. If yon are rundown, anemic or nervous, by all means get SomM*� EmulmtBttm It buiUs becatue it is a ioed-not a stimtdaat. 8co�t ft Howne. Toronto, ObL If-JP MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY Apiil lst-2nd SPECUL AnRAaiON (FOR CHARmr): **His Excellency The Governor'* A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BE PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY Popular Prices .. .,... 75c, 50c, 25c Seats may be reserved at Theatre Box Office In exchange for ticket* which are now on sale by members of the Company. Box Office open for this purpose Saturday, March 30th. MAJESTIC Thursday, Friday, Saturday Next Week Matinee Daily. Sper4al ChiMren's SJiowing Saturday Aftentoon, 2:30 Once Nightly at 8:30 MON., tUES & WED. Next Week Photoplays Tiw Great Nelson and Co. in an amazing vaudeville novelty ] FIVE-ACTS - FIVE comedy galore a Bie, clean SHOW ON VhE SiAME BILL Goldwyn prespst Another soreen sensation of mystery, love and laughter, Btanlng-the wide-world favorite- Mabel Normand IN The FIdor Belpw By ELAINE STERNE Fillad with wonderful suspense and exeitsmsnt anid keep-ing the bt|| Moret till the last minute. PRICES FOR THE BIQ DOUBLE SHOW, 50c35c 25c  AU Reserved. /bseLLaslc^piSieiviaGcil&DeNi^^ ^ 'lIkep>ina]iGodK>r^r rJMt&MwiiKerioa.AaAnaAF^^ V. actually photographed at the bottom of the oceani,^ amidst huge charging sharks, th� feared tigers of tlj.e mighty deep. The production that required more than tvtro years in the making at a cost exceeding a half million dollars.|r^�;*i^^/'; -t - The d r e' a ml'^^f tKS ^ildesi romancer outdonc^j*'- The production thai reveals to the people of the earth, the strangest jiights of the ocean's depths; sights That for thousands of centiiries hnva been denied to n^anki^d. >U WILL SEE-^The swiftest dramalic action-hair raising baltles--r ' thrilling escapes-'fearless.attBck�r~aH at the very bottom of the oecpi. You will see Julea Verne � dream surpassed. You will witness sights ttiat;: up to the present day no man of the earth hiis ever set eyes upon. ^ YOU WILL SEE-Captain Nsme's ma|ia sulil: marina window, and view with tho Captain'aj ' < gUeitt tka amaxihg panoraniaa o( the tlaep� - more (aMinating than anytlting on tke faca of' the earth. " ' ^ ' : -v^'- nlib h* ne�-aiTln( tppuMui rmlttng stlioH lU bci�tt a�t , ' -......- *~ *�VOu"w'fl.t SSI^TU toU ntalns tttnNa. diwM,^ (UM tell'*,. SPECIAL MUSIC YOU WILL SEE-The death grapple between giant octupu^and pearl diver, (the only motion picturo bf iti kind in the world) ekoW* ing en o'ctopu* and a nian in ferocioiw bsttla on the ocean'* bottom, YOU' WILL S(E-Tilt time*'tunml �rec�alori uMiSlaf It* ��y U) Uio travoyttU or C*PMin Nmii). YOU V/I(.L 8Ce~Tlia dMinf m� ol XU tul leare Iho bolt from U� undtriltle* lo ' luhatjlunU, 01. thidMP.' YOU Wlt-L SK-Tha Nautllui rlao from lu kmo M to UtU* ivltli Uw V. 8. Skip Awaliom Uucoto.____. evenings (NCSKftVeO) ate, We, 76o, matinees 2So ANY SEATS--MATINISS AT,2.30: nights AT S.SQ. f4ATINEB SATURDAY, lOe / \ ;