Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAHCIJ 20, nm rjminnincR DAILY PAGE Ff r AKUO SLKDUINCI IX TIIK STKHKTS OF MCW VOHK the Press Agents Say STARBAND If you were n young American ol cisure saunleftiif; through Algeria visiting rom tin tic pliioes you read of (n beaks, ami you a-jw most beautiful and fas rote of Jlaisa. Algerian, SL Is (ivl'li in that any jior- iiMrni-Mwoilcul young Am- erican couldn't holp hut respond (o' hr-r alluring charms aid fascinations, The subsequent in tficlr extremely adventurous love; affair form a thrilling jilioUijjIny at Starlnnd to- night and tomorrow, Kivon Mr. Henry Kolkor. rhi; -Afiv of Mm, piece, JIM opportunity lo ills-1 bffidloiiir laJcuts n nov.' medium, and ilmt Ihn wet! known taken full advantage o( Ills oppDrtuiitd'efi evident'. TJic story of :i niiin who I'allK lo the uttermost 'lopllis through Uiu weakness wlik'h maVos him his own Worst enemy tol'l lu mi allcKcM'kal form and In ;i lunmier. Js a ns- rmLi'kiiblc sr-rics of photographs (j'Alive of D.IMUJ'H visions in purgatory mid iiiiattuu1 .of Xew I'ork'n "G'roali White at nielli. In which Ihc liKhis of Droachvuy furnlhlicd tho il- lumination for (lie camera, all blend- ing Jn a vision In Its entirety, la wiilwul a tm iJjo Thf! presentation mukcs a new hluh mark on the ptugram, and Is otio ivlitch, (11 its remarkable unit unexpected rlliim, will thrill every one who In fortunate enough to sec it. AT THE OUPHEUM por- Annetlo liollcrniiiu anil u'comiianloi) s on etlhcr frozoti river or snowy New Vorlc In a new hind of R conveyance. This contrivance runs Tltero aro itevcral at ihc aura sleds now lit operation in the I'. S. WaBblnglon, March ll practicable to establish internment cumps on Ibc several government tr- TfKalJon projects In the That, in paraphrase, la a. fiuostlon which Secretary Baker IIJIH pul uu fo Secretary T.ane. Tdc Kecrelary of 11 in Inlerlor is invcsiiKaling the mailer. It is altogether probable thai ho will renly ht Iho allirmalivo. That Just as soon an wnr actually toyJns 'Jl will Ijr- necessary lo arrost nud Intcni :i great many Ihou-anil of the GcriLKin empire ib iird nn a fati. What lo do ilicm Is u Krowlnp tiucstion. H has been suegaslcd that the Canadian plan he adopted here and (hat llic able-bodied tlcrman Ix; II-JL lo work on works therefor approximately on ihc wage Kcalu of American so Id- le rsi.. Tin's fed to rcrlunriUoii projc-cl BUILDS TIRES A DAY I.nsL year the twenty-seven rubber tomiiaiiics of Akron manufactured rubber products valued at 51SS.OOO.- OUO. Tho output of lliese ivus tires dally. Dr. Price's Cream Baking powder makes it possible to produce appetizing and wholesome cakes, muffins, corn broad, wJth fewer eggs than are usually required, In many recipes the number of eggs may he re- duced and excellent results obtained by using an additional quantity of Dr. Price's Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. The following tested recipe is a prac- tical illustration: SPONGE CAltE I cup iuger DIRECTIONS: flail sujar cad water X cup water until syrup n ihteid and add to the 3 ihemtitiiietscotJ. Silt 1 limcs.ltic dour .'salt nod baking nv.'det; italyolkGotrixsumillhk-bi.K'da little a lime- flour miaiturc in A EC p :iJJillin. Aid !i cup cold and Mix llctlly o 1 cup flour }i cup I Itaspoon fiavorin'c The old maUiod c lot six cgga and no baking powder Mndc firom Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes. Made in Canada No Alum Come gef some Ifllle things for Ihe J House and Kitchen. IF ANY OF VOUK KITCHEN L'TENSILS AK'i. BROK- F.N OR WORN OUT, THROW THEM AWAY AND COME TO US FOR NEW ONES. THKKE'S NO USE TRYING TO MAKE THKSE OLD THINGS DO: THKY MAKf. YOUR KITClltN WOHK BAUD AND SPOIL YOUR BAKING- COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE MAHV KITCHEN THINGS WE HAVE THAT YOU WANT AND YOU CAN BUY A WHOLE NEW OUTFIT FOR A SMALL SUM IN OUR STORE. s VSr. OUR HAKDlVAaE: IT STANDS HARD WEAR. TAYLOR HARDWARE PHOME ?E1 NEXT HOTEL DALLAS Our Mctlo IE: Cun 310 FIFTH STREET E. ity Service." hi I.ctlihriilKu (his is u visitor 10 comts oil a mission of niurc; than Ono of the. most fasHnatlnx lions of i lie film I'i Forces, Series which IB being slm-vvLi nt tlm Oriiticinn lo ninltt. (IcaJn wrtli (lie Jifo of Ififl Can- adian boyjs ,vho have? Joined liic Hoy- al riyinjj Corps or the lloynl Naval Aii Scrvlccv Konifi wonderful "SLmits" II inn exploits by Canarllan an Kjjuwf] nnrJ i3io foUnwtnff leilui1 wrilU'i tlio uliotoBraphcr lo a frlond ii Two or three yuars Hurolrl Hell liullralea tbat the ciruum (lie moat iinpultir of living farces unilnr svlifch pkluros wcro AT THE "EYF.S OF THE WORLD" IN TEN REELS TONIGHT. wrilcrs, wliosn "Tho Sliophoi-d of ihn Winning of Darbma L-tt-.. luiv lotul sritc in' nearly oigln wcro such as lo nssuro Ills "ving Hit very best exhibition POSH iblo. U sccniB slrangc lo tins nvcrugi lion nilifeiJ lu galaxy of Jjpjft (o took Luck to his irnlmng sellers "The Kyus of Hie Wurlil." rcniotuboi- that cue of llifl slrlci This story of adventure uml romance. fn (he clUea nin[ iiLoiuiiaiiiB of Houilicvn California MIIH lie on put into elaborate? jiiclorlal foi'ii) foi- the tliL-u- trc The Clunc Film 1'rnilucing Coin pan v, and tho announccniont Is made Hint (lie jmtdnciion will IJR shown-in Uiis fity at iho Majestic Theatre innlelit (or two days thereafter. For six unsl ihc enllrt? re- C'atiullsir itlonnl InsiitulG for the Blind, who mus to to (ico- c Hin appeal which the Institute is all over ihi1 empire For ic institute for the "ilUnd coopnrntion the Urilish llctl ross -Society (He Onlrr ol SI. lin inaintauis St. in at ail's Hostel, where blind licrops the v.-ar aro n (raimng ivliicli really inaj vellonV, "Von ;itn! itl Lord l-'rench In llic men lit St. Ho i.i .Mr. Cow- EOHITCS of Ihe gj-eai Clunc Studios in of tlia I.os Angeles lictn on tlift clabor.ilo liliniiiR o( Wright's story, II is promised for iMi it is (lie flnc.st translLitlun of u :tirrciit popular romance ever prcjinr- cil foi1 Hie pcrccn. Ii Is hi ien ions and consumes an entire utter- noon or evening in its showing. The scenario for'the work was prepared by the noted author liimseli, alsu gave lu's personal assistance (o the tlay-by-day work o[ interpreting his nst rules luid by at tho Ktliciols wai Hial forbidding "tlunls" (he Icrni pd to describe Ihe trick or gyninaK oxjiloltfi in tlie air. Aviators arc iibnu as human as anybody rlso and ilon' always go by rulos. As soon as mail has become fnirlj- famUJar v INK machine lie gc-is of Just dlnary flying and llic clay ahvay comes IIP. goes some dislanc from Ills station iiiul aitempts a Ion] a tail glide or some otliu hazardous ".slunt." or iinstan's on a retionL visit ID itulion, "roiiylit_Josclln-r nnd 1 >1 IcJJ TON lio'.v sorry I ani al vour inl huh. Hut you fought v your sulilicrs fought nit that sliould c sonic consolation lo you. Nor can toll you how pleased 1 am to see ou looking so well and cheerful, ami sec how splendidly you arc gct- tig an v.'RIi your new work." Men who have fought EO inagniri- cntly for Ibcir country i it, and esiioriaMy men who have uffercd tho horrible aillictton of liuiliic-ss desnrvc nil the siioeial rain ins for future .uEcfutncss lo tlicni- elvcs and lo their country Ihal'tliey (je gircn. St. Dunstan's gives hem a training which them [ilo uacfitl and lightens, the urtlen oT -life (o them in a manner biit'iL feu" years ago would have lieen lioiiglit. Men who leave 1. Duustan's go forth Into world ully to lit salf-suDuorting vSth a new outlook and a new [jnr- iose in lifp. It ia not necessary to enlarge upon he necessity lliat this training should bo made available lo bliinl war heroes. Yhnt is (terljap5 unrcsaary In c-juphji- ifi thi1.! sliould be generous in conlributing to the sup- rort of llic hisUluiioti. This city lias msii thoroughly canvassed for SHM- jort for various patriotic purposes within (ho past months, hut llic appeal for this institute is a special appeal, not likely lo lie ma tie a. lor SQUIB lime lo come. St. is doing wonderful work for sol- iliers rrom every part of the empire There arc rv numlcr of inen from Canada amorie; its one doua not say 'patients' of men who arr liciug filled IOTN scir-supportlng The Xa'tlo.ial Inslitule for )hc Iliind, al llic head of vrhlcl Sir Arthur Pearson, famous blii Ticwapapcrman'aml puhlislicr, lias car-; tied on the work unaided un lo llic present lime, bni H is felt that v.ith tlifi incrcasiKl lurc, ihu Kmplrc shonlJ havo Ihc opportunity of slion-iiif: ils cintios of the work or tlic institution and ils sympathy for Ihc gallant men who have licen so sorely nmictcd by the dreail scourge ol war. Lcthbridgc lias tliia oppnrluuily now, on the oc-. caslon of Mr. ('owcn's visit. Surely' Lethlmdsc people, have been .so generous in so many goad causes since the war began, "will nol allow this opportunity to pass by, WANTS "DIXIE" IN TRENCHES Jacksonville, Via.. Jlflrch Theodore Ilooscrcll tn an here today said lie would have a div-j ision of American soldiers (n (he Ircnclicj or Franco four orj five monilis if given permission Ihn yovcrnmctit, Tiio was Just, af-1 ter, the. hanil hail played "Dliio" Colonel Uooscvclt hail remark-! cd: "I would like to hear that tune' againM Von IIIndonburK'B line In j .The colonel said the United Slates' should carry the war lo Germany. llf ptoadCil for universal military I training. t Colonel Hoosevelt dcparteil for" Fovt Mycr ID hunt devil fiRh. characters for Ihc production. A.T THE KM PRESS In "The wlndi is comine to the Empress Theatre lonitht, the Kquilablc Ifotloii I'lcturof Cor porn lion cvcnlj LIVING AND EXISTING In a society ihai has lost sight Ihe individual, thti live, whil Ihe many only exist; aud the fe live, anil live as they becaus (lie :nanj- only eslsl. James II. Car field. A u-omnn IB Ihc inventor of a ponholdcr ecjuippcd with a slldln sleeve for ejecting worn out point without sollW the [ingera. An has invented a in; cliiue u-hlclr splits the most hnoll and crooked rcinnanU at wood int sized kindlings. Orpheum, Tonight RAPE'S OJAPEPSIN" FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES, If what you Just U souring 01 our Rtornadi or Jfr-a llkr> a 1'imn "f ml, refusing In digest, or you belch ts anil eructate sour, undigested food, r have y feeling of iie.vn.. urn, fullness, naunr-ii, bail la si'.1 In loiilli and slomach liiadacJiP, yo'i can n rely Bftl relief In five minutes. Ask your iiharmacist to show you ic formula plainly iirinlcd on ihe.so .fly-tent I'iiso.s of Papa's Dlapcpslu, icn you 111 imderslaml n'Jiy dys rattle troubles of all hinds nmat KO, nil why it relieves sour, oul-of order loinachs or [ndfE'.cjilon in five mhi- (OR, Jj] aii ups in" is harmle nhlts like candy, (hough cacti cloac vill digf-st and prepare for aiiaiui fon Into ihu blood nil ihc food you besides, It makes you go to aljle v.'ith a healthy appetite; vhai will iiEcafiu you njosl, Is tbat yon rill feel that, your siomach and lntcn- ines are clean nnd f resit, and you nceil to ri'Bort lo laxatli'c.i or llrer TONIGHT EXTRA SPECIAL HENI1Y KOLKER In 'TheWaniing' IE a eeriea of weird, startling, scenes and unwind-i ing in fascinating continuity to the most astounding finale devised, A euperb cast of playera de- picting Ihe horrors Of hell, the hopes of happiness, the heat of hate, the throbs of an aching heart, the enduring love of a faithful midst such. terrific dramatic action and. such formidable climaxes ai to; stamp the pictures as R rare anJ classic handiwork. itlls for i or constipation. Tliis cily will have many "Papa's cranks, us some pcoplo will till them, but you will he enlhualasitr, iLoul this spjfMidlfl Eloinacli prepara- ion, too, it you evor take ll tor iudl- gesllon, gases, heartburo, Bournray, lyspepsia, or any slomatli misery. aoine uoWj Ills inlnulo. aud rid of siomach misery anil Indi- ;oj.tioo In five; FREEDOM'S STAND TJien freedom steiuly shun slvipc or pang licucnlh the sun icH human rights aro slaked a PERFECTING THE STATE The great master-work. the slate. ahall lm perfected by man wlum, in all .seriousness, he lakes woman to IJE Itts LngerlotTi GRANT 6AFE CONDUCT Wasliingion. Mar. cd -Stales has granted China's request foi1 the safe tomluct ol the former German minister to China and his suite across thlfi country and en route (o Gcr- many. To The Public WHEN IN STOP AT THE HOT AND COLD SHOWER BATHS FREE WITH ROOMS. BILLIARD TABLE, BOWLING ALLEY, SWIMMING POOL: AND FIRST CLASS READING. ROOM IN CONNECTION. UPWARD STILL AND ONWARD NCT- ocoafions tcurh new duties. iLiiiRi-s iUH-iunt deeds unrouth: They must upward stfl] and wouhl keep nbrc.ist of truth. Tn (lie Second Edifioii of CANADA'S FIGHTING TOKCES by Itoyal Comnuuid. Worked out on the screen In blocV system U gives n thrilling, vivid record of the world's greatest naval battle. IT SHOWS A PORTION OF BRITAIN'S GHAND BATTLE FLEET IN BATTLE FORMATION. iScc, Our Ciiiiiuliaii in llic IMotor Boat- Patrol.. Warfare In The Clouds SEE ZEPPELIN L-21 SHOT DOWN OVER LONDON THE DARING CANADIAN PILOTS FEET INTO THE AIR. Msny Lethbrtdgeites can he recognized m this most thrilling ol all war pictures. Sec the Canadian wounded in hospitals and the- care Ihey are receiving. HIS MAJESTY THE KING, SAYS: "Tell the people' of Canada that Ihe and myself have seen this film and are very, very. pfeastd with them." THIS IS A FILM NO CANADIAN CAN MISS CUT THIS OUT SPECIAL SCHOOL CHTLDHKX'S COUPOX GOOD FROM 4 TO 6 P.M. This coupon when presented with 10c, which includes the war tax, will admit any school child to these marvellous pictures. PARENTS AND TEACHERS SHOULD MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO HAVE THEIR CHILDREN SEE THESE WONDERFUL PICTURES. rrici-.s. Cbjlili'rii 15c Ailulls 2oc. I'ricos lOr Me LATEST VJAR FIRST CLASS COMEDY TOMORROW OLIVER MOROSCO 'I1 II t'LKICIl in II 0 A 1) T O L 0 V R A SPLENDID 5-ACT PARAMOUNT DRAMA OF THE ALGERIAN DE3ER ORPHEUM: MUTUAL SPECIAL FEATUHE IN SEVEN GREAT REELS "Damaged Goods" "TUe vice of men in the form of horrible, disease is relleclcdan the suffering of gooil Examiner. 'Damaged Goods' is a true nml jmre dclinenllon o[ a social- disease anil Ha lar reaching effects on nuhlic and personal iryglenc CotniinUce, MolJiers' Congress. Enacled by the Original Broadway Cast RICHARD BENNF.TT and Co-worhers, Prices 35c. No children admitted under 16 years. Matinee every day. MAJESTIC THEATRE Commencing--3 MONDAY, Wednesday ;il PRICES EVENINGS 25c, 5Dc, 75c MATINEE, 25c, 50c. Over People Who Have Read hc Thrilling Story CAM Now See. It in' the Greatest Cinema Achievement'of tht Times, flunes Lavish Prodoctien rf Harold BelKWrihls THE TEN GORGEOUS ACTS IN MOTION PICTURES STAGED ON ACT- UAL SCENES OF FAMOUS ROM'NCE SEVEN MONTHS IN MAKING AT UN- LIMITED COST. Made by Clune, Associate Producer of "The Birlh of a Nllior."