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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ..WEDNESDAY, MARCH ?8, 1917. DAILY y n. i I Ecze ma Como hi'awl wo will loll you some- thins about whnl I'rcscHptton, iniilo In tlio IX Laboratories o( .Toronto, lias accomplis'iiul lu your own neighborhood. Vour monov- Mck unlem Hie Hmt bolllo rellovcs J, lilRllllmtliain t Co., LIU., Dr' KlftlB, M 0 N E Y TO LOAN PRIVATE FUNDS MOHTOAQES AND AGREE- MENT8 FOR (ALE PUROHA9ED iMacKoiizle NEW DOMINION BLOCK Opposite Court Houie HELP The Jolly Jack Tars Saturday, March 31st A 51b. BOX OF CHOCOLATES DONATED BY THE LETH- BRIDQE CANDY CO., CONTAINING GOLD BROOCH DONATED BY MRS. E. A. EWERT will be Raffled in aid of Sailors' lleliel' mak-. Infl the drawing at 'the Lcth- bridge Candy Co.'s ;Store, K.'P.'. Building on Saturday Night Next March 31. Afternoon tea will be served, and there will be a pantry table at trip store in the afternoon and a percentage of all candy sales will go toward the Sallore' Relief Fund. in Program of Electoral Ke- forniR Welcomed. March Mo jeorgo inntlo a declaration In (lio louao of Commons loday In favor of voujan suffrage. The jircmlcr said lio vclcomod Iho recoiinnontlatjun In avor of Buffraga which lie program for electoral reform novcd today by former I'remlcr As- julOi, Olbor reform incafiiirCH nlBO vcro approved by Iho who said (bat Jn Hie oplnllon of Ihc fior- crnnient It ivould be a uallonal wasln (ho rwuUfl ot (ho conffjrcnt'u a I wJilch Iho refonns wero oulllncil should hu thrown away. He ravorcd generous extension of the electoral anch IRQ liy reducing to three nionllin (lie poriocl for qualifying to) volluy uinl by as5uuilq_g (lie qualification nt overy soldfor and wellor, 1. J.omlon, March Uoborl Ror- don, with Hon. JloberL Hogors, and John P. llar.cn, [irocecdcil tram hlnxhfiin ValacB today to (Julld- hall whcro liio Premier roccivc-.il Iho iRlo Lord Mayor, Sir Charles EiiuL former sheriffu Sir Oeorgo ToutfiP, and KJr Samuel Ijlicad; Ihc now maeo for the HOLIEO of Commons at Ottawa, which they Jointly to rcjilaco Ihc ono tlealroyed by Hit: tiro, Tlio donora n visited Canada and each ha-> orUiiit buslncBS conuccLloiiH with ho Nonilnlon. The cwomony wan but most plcasanl, Chui'lfli Vakcricld Bpokc ivllli resyecirul ntf- nt Lho part Canada hail lorfonncul during Iho lasL two a oxprcasfjiff confident Tio jf her high dcHtlny In tho unfold if (Iio new otnulrc, Sir ItohorL Hordcn nado a hp.ppy rcspoiiiio In Ilko Icllol- loiLi terms. The nciv inaco ts al- most .H replica, of the old one, anrl uliat WHS saved of tho former has n incorporated In the won; one. Calgary, March Bill Moore and Krnle Stark did a eomc-bnck vengcfluce last night In the flrsL match of an Inter (own series lic- (ivceu C'nlg-ary and JJarons. Pa I rick Black' were rolling for Calgary Bill .Moore rolled 10-tl for an average of 20S. Darona ovcry Kanic ir handy fashion. Moore had four games over 200.' The scoica: Barons 175 199 175 IS? 9S3 187 215 211 22S Stark Mooro WANTON DESTRUCTION. L'omplcgno, Vranre, March 27. villages Ijcyoml RUiecourl in Ihe Noyon wcro destroyed on Hie ovo of Ilia rapid Citedt of Ihc GerniatiK. Only a few ag Implements escaped lliu Icinatk cleat ruction. Of Krcr Chateau only Iho whig mojns. Tlio road from Ilibccourl In llallly ami Carlo Ponl Is encumherei with, an Inextricable inaBK of harher wire, Tlic woods III thin vitlnllr whlHi aro privately owned liavc not been lo the goYGniinenl. llany apple aiirt olhcr fruit trees renialn slnnrtJog. At IIulclcii all the houses bear evidence of having been ptllaKcd, All tho fruit trees In Hul- cleu were destroyed, a post Ijcars the to "A great Russia) lo Paris." Press Agents Say The splendid proiluction In ten rt'ols The Byes of Iho Woritl" which ]MIK hecn shown to crosvdB for tlio last two nls'its aiifl [Ms afternoon's matinee at tliu MaJi-btEe, -.vill Ijo re- Lioated (or Hie lasl Uino torijEiil, ami ihojje who have not socn Karolil Hell Wright's famous novel in pictures should not lose (Ills lasl opportunity. The Btory, nl course, IK a. reuiarkable one, and Us posailjilliios for plctur- Izatlon arc utlllst'xl 10 tlie full by Clnno, Ihc producer. There DTL- many IJJlnjc momentB, ami Ihc production all round si LOWE; :t remarkable genius nt "work. Tlifere is a sijerlal miislcn] wllh Iho iik-itire, nlilcli niakes It EpeclRlly attraclivc. A fruEincnt ul lowing iiiscrlplion: revolt, fiooil hye STARLAND "An [lUcnialloncil Marriage-" isproli- aljly iho last pJiolojiiay that Jtit.'i JoJl- vot who has buL-otno the Countess dp will make, Tli 13 great plcturo ha sit own at Siorland today only and those >vleliing to see Ihc famous star should tclo ao loniglit, Clpplco, who is a noted horse man, only allowed (lie Countess lo make this Morosco-raraiaount pio duel ton jjccausc Ine contract wai signed before their marriage. Ilita .lollvcl was a passenger on tin LuBllanla when It made its fatiU voy age, and the monioiy of having stooi 'jesido Ihc o Charles I7rohnian iluring (he calaa Irophc la probably one of Hie factor of Mile, .lolh'nt's (jreat ability to ex press stroiii; emotion. 302 1C5 ISO 414 410 Calgary 39S 147 175 ISO 190 1C3 170 345 322 340 342 The last match of tlio scries laVos place fn Karons tonlgl'L t It, is a winter plague. wtiicli claims thousands every season. SCOTT'S EMULSION will strengthen and fortify you against and if you sloreyourslrenglhfaslerthan any olh'cr known medicine, Scott's is Just BIoDd-Food Scoltgc I6-J6 CANADIAN AUTHORITIES F SAD DEATHS Winnipeg, Man., Mar. Tiro children of George A. Walton, general passenger ag- of Uie Canadian Pacific Hallway, have tiled of pneumo- nia within a wecV. Helen Nbv- lon AValtoDj aged four years, dfiftl yc-sLcnlay, having been taken ill on Krldaj' tho Jay of the fuueral ot her sis- ter Marion. Another Big Auction Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At Waddingtxm's Auction Rooms S ON FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 30TII. ;LV. SEE TOMORROW'S ADVERT. FOR FULL PARTICULARS FRANK WAOOINQTON THE AUCTIONEER MAJESTIC To-np II dune's Lavish Cine'ma Produc- tion THE EYES OF THE WORLD ay Hjrold Bel] Wright 2Bc and 50c 25c, 50c and 75c O NOTICE! Lcthbridgc, March This notice is (o ise our that after April 1st, 1917, all h chicl's in "rough dry" laundry will lie charged for a( each or returned without ironing. Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. C. Sf FARROW MANAGER AT THE OUPHKUM Music dealers report a large sal cif tlic old "1'olly Put the Kcill On, We'll AU Ilnve sinco 111 annouiicciuont of tbo coin ing to Hie Orplievim tonighl nf id charming JteJ I'pallicr fivc-rcolcr "Potty 1'tJl DID Kctllo On." inspire by the sonp. Dougliia Gerard dirccib (his pict any nuilltloual proof of its ccjitlonal nicrii." is ncedtiJ, it ts lu u in tbc VlatcmcnL IhaL Gerrar himself is Ihc featured jilRycr, ossa) Ing the role of Cheater Craig, a co! Icgc sluUent nhd ijlaywrlglil. "Polly Put the Kellle-On" was pop olar ii half century ago, creating sftnsalion in England, tlic ica L'arti of which it gently satirizes. Us ]ionn larity spread to qtlici1 countries aft< it by "better sel ers." Siusic dealers avc of the ion tliat its1 visite will be eiijoyt agnin wltU vcrsinn o( its Uicnic inrlhc "Red Fcalher iuc- rurc, iRPHEU UF TONIGIIT HELEN HOLMES, in "A: Lnss of-'the; Showing Tonight -Only. Don't mias Chapter Six-- Belter than ever. RED 'Polly Put the Kettle On' With Douglas Gerrard and ZOD little child. AT. THE; MAJESTIC TJipatre-goew of 'J.ethbridge uo afforded a rare panoramic view or life in the tlie critical period when civilization began lo encroach on llic frontier stbttleniculb, when the sterling Rex Dcacli drama, "The Har- rier" comes to-llic Majestic theatre TJiunwlfiy, Mnr. 29. The scene is Jaltl in our own Canadian Yukon. There hive hccn dramas of every kind in Ihls city during Ihn last Icvi" reasons, plays in which tliu players hove portrayed historical iuofdents anil re-ennctcrt ancient scenes: others have dalibletl In affairs ot modern so- cicly; they have made Ihclr audiences laugh hysterically by (heir masterful presentment of clean-cut coracily. cornea a company which a brralh from ihe chill ivinds of HID nor- thern frontier., a Ijreatlt that carries with it a hint of the lust for gold, and a flagrant flaunting .of the law. AT THE EMPUESS x As YulIUi. tlie hcauliful'SouflT Tsbud girl in the fascinating ilraina "The Pearl of I'nradisc." Fischer ndils nngtlicr notable success to Ihe lonp list ot singe and screen productions in which slie has slarrod sinco her Tcnmrhrible stage triumph at the jigc of twelve, when she was first featured in her own compnny- VulLU is raised as, a untjvc of the Isl- ands, although she is the daughter of ti Spaniard fucHLvc from justice ftiid a beautiful American WOJURU who crl when Yulila was a baby. The advent or a handsome stranger inlo Iicr lifo changes the picluresijue girl from a flavor Shortens the It's something for our boys to march on. It reminds them of home in a pleasant and lasting way. Tens of thousands are enjoying IGLEYS in camp or in the trench the hike or on watch. When lights are out and even smoking is prohibited, then WRIGLEV'S gives sure solace sustaining, beneficial. Send a few packages or a box to your soldier appe- tite, digestion and spirits will be the better for it. Sold everywhere. WM. WRICLEY, JR. CO., Lid. Wrifilcy Bldg., Toronto. Seated Tight Kept Right MADE IN CANADA Chew M After Every Meal The Flavor Lasts! child to a woman, and she suddenly becomes llic central figure of n ping story of love anil adventure in which Hie life oC the man who has awakened her- love Is linked to her oivn in nil intensely jnlcresling scr- ies of exciting scenes, leading up to a, powerful'climax, reached during the spectacular burning of the Imililliig ]nj which her father jntl her sweetheart: arc held captives by llie natives, while; slic Is escaping from the schooner j where she has carried by a des- perate victim of her This ia the Empress tonight. H has been estimated that n wo- man aa average sized kitchen I n'alfrs enough jniles in SIT years to' have lakcn her entirely arounj the' world. In some Kitchens they could niafcc the round trip in thrco years. I TONIGHT MARGARITA FISCHER IN THE PEARL OF PARADISE IN FIVE ACTS A powerful drama of romance and adventure of the South Sea Islands. Staged by Harry Pollard Also Screaming TWO REEL L-KO and the very LATEST WEEKLY showing events of the world. ORPHEUM NEXT MONDAY THE BIG SPECIAL MAJESTIC THEATRE QneNightOnly-Thurs.Mar29 FRANK IUESON in THE BARRIER BY REX BEACH THE GREAT DRAMA OF OUR CANADIAN YUKON This'picture playrd to 50c ad- mission In Calgary for one solid week. Please note the prices at Ihc Orpheum next Monday. ,----1 PKces 3Bc. Nr children admitted RICHARD DENNETT IN "DAMAGED COODT- under 16 years. Maline. every day TONIGHT HOROSCO PRESENTS XConnfrsK Cippico) nl IN "AX JX'I'KKNA'riOXAL MAKKtAdiK'.' This is Your Only.Opportunity of Seeing Ihe Countess Motion Piclures. WAR! WAR! Baron De Malaussene ADJUTANT IN THE FRENCH ARMY Twice wounded during eighteen monlht of aclual service on Western Front, decorated by with the de Guerre, relatei his experiences during Ihil Cnarleroi, The Gattle o( the Marne, life In the trcnr.hAs, etc. only AT STAR-- LAND. The lecture will be Illustrated with mxlnc, picture an slides nnd the net proceeds will given te the RETURNED SOLD, reps' FUND. .___ THIS IS NOT A REOJJUITINC MEETING Matinees at 2.00 and 3.30. Evcnrnj, T.OO, 8.30 ami 9.45 ADMISSION 25 TO EVERYONE A Good Investment: Rerald Want.Ai ;