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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i nr. i i :ifh; a,;',? u Max.'  .i,f;->. >,. than �'. ft? 'tl.t o|" - \U> ! * - 11. It. n i' .f Hi' -v, ,ip�� U 'if � .'nsi,:,., !ri,. imi.P i, ,ir.�l I..- " !.�.t U: ;�.!,! I.., .-tpl . t . I �l!tl.lt!l! : '  It. !:.�!  ...i ill. .!..ni:-f !- in/' .'it J' htii !,.!>-, v,,'fh i,f mnr�- uinli'ty ! u�.'i . i. lii- ft; i 'a ;i 11 v N..�-n. ' niitl itif .nnl I I' � in. mi-Hi! "i in.- i i i ,|,; It. ii.ti't lnii I In. buttle if. THEY iiAVE THIS RUN-DOWN MAN VINOL And He Got Back His Strength and Energy Sheboygan, WU,-"I was all 'fagged o\it,' run down, no appetite, nervous, sleeplcs3 nights and drowsy during the day, and was not fit to work. A friend told me to take Vinol. I did uo, and can new eat three square meals a day. I deep well, am alert, r,ctiver strong and well and have gained eleven pounds/'-fA. W. Higby, Sheboygan, Wis. This is because VinoJ contains the elements needed to create a healthy appetite and restore strength. The complete formula is printed on every package. This is your protection. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. \ Druggists, Lethbridge Also at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. J Crtll a ' - k to-.* t. j- � . (i... . .ill ' a].'.j !�'?..'' K-i-f! *- h- it^l1 -�f i*.'ttr)t.i ,'t Ulli.-:. Ill t itAIKt' >� If.�'i-i ...���, . I ,: (j.i^tiiii. | !iri '.', 11 i ��.. .| r 4In j.." '1' nil', iii. ,i'.!�,-' � '.!,!,Ilill!,'|.-I - 111 l!.n i;.l.'iiwl, .-;r.|.iti li.'ll.'i.H V- !! 1.1.11..'!: V..,.. .1? Vpf f un-l "ii ' I." .' tlnlli" ill.il �l '(.'� liil'M" ..I A 1.1!,.- In \;,nl, I'M Tli. : K-.l ll!' "I'*) .1 ' I' "> ' 1'iKdlIH'l Tn'li-.p ll .illil ii'iil-iiil Hi 'V i ur ':Ik ' �i;i-tii-i..l ni'n \' i .-..-iii iii Mill i-il.llll.l -aIi'-m- Ii.- Ii i-iciJ. j li ia|il"i of UIku iiml In known In Imv lulil hi" i 1>1:i>:m vrry run-fully, tillIkhikIi iii Ilia* j rvniit Iii: hull mi iumy Joli. In Moinu ri'�-pi.'Cls thi' iIlHiiohltlonn h'' Muni'! ili'-n-with it�� ' .:ii. AT THK i.Ml'RF.HS ft ll.'!|l!. pert of i 'Icr-'crib'-.-' "The : rl" picture pro-�',vi! supervision  "�I .--.'irring f'has. exhibited at the Saturday, came ir- not the .!: 1-i I'll friMtr.(]v i.'tous episodes 1 �"' i .'::':r Sullivan. i-1 iiappenings of j AT THE MAJESTIC ' Jules A'erne's n.. i "Twenty Thoflsand Sea." ha.s been d j t.'nlversal Film ('�; i the attraction for � , today, with mat!'" i night, performaiit i ; C'Slic theatre. Ti. | truthfully be des- .-' wonders of th'e ,, j v.jidest dreams . At The Bay for Saturday Finest Pure Maple Syrup 69c p�r guart BOTTLE Carrots, 7 lbs. . . �........................... 25o Hend Lettuce, 2 for ........................ 25c Parsnips, 6 lbs. for ........................ 25c Beets, ti lbs................................ 25c B. C. Onions, 7 lbs.......................... 25c. Leaf Lettuce, 1 lb...........................40c Dry White Potatoes, 100 lbs.............. $2.35 Large Cucumbers, each ................... C0c 2 lb. tins Spinach........................25c Khuha-b. lb................................ 20c Bananas, dozen ............................ 40c Turnips, 10 lbs..............................25c Qur.rt Raspberry Vinegar, bottle ........... 50c Small Crisco. tin ........................... 40c Del Monte Pumpkin, tin ............'....... 24c P. & C. Soda Biscuits, pkt...................36c Finest Table Figs, lb....................... 30c Strictly Fresh Eggs, dozen ................ 45c Tins Beef Steak and Onions ............... 38c Custard Powder, Gartons, 2 pkts............25c Donalco Tomato Catsup, per bottle .......... 30c Large 2! '3 lb. tins Gold Bar Peaches, 3 tins .. 89c Gallon Catsup, per tin .................... $1.10 49 lb. bags Purity Flour...................$3.15 ' the very bed of Hi ' lu.v . hitherto by and will be ';-:� (lavs, rtnrting �  dally at 2.V) and ;. K at Hie Maj- � production may l-c'l a" one C trre ..".-"ill age. The .(-ii"" Verne, one rt'c-rs of fiction of ivc been visualized . larvellous scenes .mii!)" I acijr.lly on Hie. ocean to battle wkn rr.an eating rilinrks; you will see a terrifying combat, between Captain Nemo and a giant nctupu* fathoms deep., beneath the surface of the ocean. j For the benefit of school children. I a i-pocial matinee will he given on Saturday afternoon at reduced price* of adniission. All sen is may be reset red for the ovenin.j performances. "'.in Actors who ni"'.it to portray dio si ;;ge on dry i in luis produc-e'-Mous roles on an. Through the "Xauiilus" you will see torpedoes tired and s-ieeding beneath the wav.-- on their errands of destruction, y-.u will see a full rigserl ship bio v.-a aions-you will see hunters dcs.-"i,Iar. 28.-The conference between representatives of the shipbuilders east of the Great Lakes and their employees was continued this morning, but It is not known yet whether a satisfactory agreement as to future working conditions in the shipbuilding industry was arrived at. It is possible that an official statement with regard to the proceedings at the conference may he issued within the next few days. Housefurriishing Specials at BAWD EN BROS. RUG DEPARTMENT THE VERY FOUNDATION OF THE HOME BEAUTIFUL We feel that every intending Rug Purchaser will find hero the very best value obtainable. We want to direct your attention to several lines 3lf that will stand the closest investigation." EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE IN HEAVY WILTON RUGS  * Here we have, a group ot beautiful rugs, that are sure to be admired. These are woven from excellent quality of worsted yarns, the pile is deep and olose; will elve years of good wear and always look well. Note These Prices �six9 feet..... $37.50 9x8 feet . ..____ $45.00 9x12 feet ..... $65.00 9x10!/2 feet____ $50.00 Lowest Prices on Axminstef Rugs 6%x9 feet ..... $32.50 9x9 feet . .'..... $42.50 9x101/;, feet .... $47.50 9x12 feet ..... $52.50 C0NG0LEUM ART RUGS THAT WEAR WELL 6x9 feet............. $6.50 9x9 feet ............. $9.00 9xl0y2 *eet.........$10.75 9x12 feet............$12.00 FLOOR COVERINGS Forty.different patterns of SCOTCH CANADIAN LINOLEUM to choose from Linoleum, tw �r� imported direct from Scotland-to ourselves, and ca, be guaratitee,l to be ?he Jenuine atmle AMERICAN NEW PRO-CESS, at yard .. 72V2c EXTRA THICK PRINTED LINOLEUM; at per yard.........87*/2c VERY HEAVY GUARANTEED SCOTCH LIN-OLEUM ....... $1.15 GUARANTEED SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM, from - - $2.00 to $2.25 FLOOR OILCLOTH, from per yard..... ... 65c nnd Zam-Buk vriu eoon take the pain out of a ceaM or burn. Mrs. Albert Smart ot 279 Harbison Ave., Winnipeg, writes: " I upset a pan of boiling water over my arm and foot. As I was wearing slippers my foot was badly 6calded. The pain lras Intense and almost immediately a huge blister formed, covering ti� top of my foot. " My husband got some Zam-Buk and applied it at once. The relief was really wonderful. Very Boon the burning pain was ended and the inflammation drawn out, and continued applications completely healed the scald." Zam-Buk is also best for eczema, ulcers, bad legs, blood-poisoning and piles. All dealers, 60c. box. AT STAULAND { Irene Foote. that is, Irene Castle, the famous star who appears at the Starland Friday and Saturday in another of her big Pathe pictures called "Vengeance is Mine," didn't learn to dance-she just, danced. From the time sire began to walk 'ier faet tingled, whenever she heard music. Rhythm meant movement. t Her father. Dr, Hubert Foote, of New Roch-elle. believed in the principle that all girls, and boys should be taught to earn their own living. So as time went on and little Ireue's feet insisted upon .tingling and twinkling. Dr. Foote came to the conclusion llu't the Vist thing for her to do was uo go on tho stage. Not in a resigned tone of voice, "Well, 1 suppose there's liolh-inir for Irene but to go on the stage." hut in the manner of a sensible man seeing the risht. thing clearly. And so Irene Castle, for she married the actor-aviator Vernon Castle, became the most popular dancer of two continents, set the style in the at., is the most photographed woman in the world, created fashions thai ! v.'.re the admiration and despair of ; millions of her sex. and finally adopt-1 i cd a moving picture caieer with equal) ' success. i Julian Eltinge. the famous impersonator of feminine roles, was about ten years ago working behind the counter of a Boston store. Today he stands at. the very pinnacle of success and has recently added to his list of successes two photoplays, the first, '''The Countess Charming," the second, "The Clever Mrs. Carfax." both of which.are Paramount pictures. / Receiving a fabulous salary and literally tons of mail from screen admirers every day, Mr. Eltinge has retained his natural manner and good fellowship and is as popular among his fellow actors as with the public. His second picture, "The Clever Mrs. Carfax." in lo be at Starland tonigh^. em E ngagement xclusive XTRA FMPRESC MM TONIGHT & II TOMORROW ^S�� MATINEE i MARY MILES MINTER in "Peggy Leads The Way" RPHEU LAST TIMES TONIGHT JULIAN ELTINGE "The Clever Mrs. Carfax" DON'T MISS THIS FEATURE. MR. ELTINGE'S IMPERSONATIONS ARE WONDERFUL. 0' TONIGHT REX BEACH'S BIG FEATURE "The Ne'er Do Well" TEN ACTS Don't Miss It. Prices 10c-25c Tomorrow and Saturday Big Holiday Program Franklyn Farnum "The Fight-ing Grin" "It's a Bluebird! Nuf Sed!" Farnum. the high speed king of the modern photoplay, puts firo and vim into "The Fighting Grin."' A regular old time section corner grocery with an open cracker barrel and a free cheese. A pretty college girl putting the shiftless storekeeper, her dad, on a cash basis. A stretch of mountain country that makes you long for the outdoors and Seven League Boots. A ch|'ese that sells for ?S0 a pound, crackers that cost a dollar each and a- fifty dollar ham-bone. FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY THE TYPICAL AMERICAN PLAYER CHARLES FLAY IN A TYPICAL AMERiCAN PLAY 'The Pinch Hitter" "A master production, combining sure-fire appeals, romance, comedy and clean sport. Ray's portrayal is immense."- F. C. Lane, editor Baseball Mag- ' azine. Uproarious comedy, tense situations, with Ray a world-beater of screen and diamond. j '.'A Corking Base-ball play," says Bozeman Bulger, base-ball expert, N. Y. World. "Fascinating because of human force, naturalness of character, perfection of baseball technique."-John K. Tener. president National League of Baseball clubs. MONDAY NEXT "THE, HONOR SYSTEM" Is a melting pot of souls-it is comparable only to a mighty organ recital"-William Fox. >. ALSO MISS ALICE McKENZIE, SOPRANO, IN POPULAR SONGS AND MELODIES. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS MRS. VERNON CASTLE IN 'VENGEANCE IS MINE' In this feature Mrs. Castle displays beautiful gowns and demonstrates that she is the greatest dancer in the world. - .HAROLD LLOYD ^N "BASHFUL" AND OTHER COMEDIES MAJESTIC TONIGHT and ALL WEEK NIGHTS AT 8.30 MATINEE DAILY AT 2.30 The Universal Film Company present the 8th Wonder of the World JULES VERNE'S FANTASTIC ROMANCE 20,000Leagues Under the Sea 2000 PEOPLE IN THE COMPANY MARVELOUS SUBMARINE SCENES ACTED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN "A DAUGHTER OF THE"GODS" FIRST TIME HERE MORE FASCINATING THAN "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" WONDERFUL SEA SCENES; THRILLING ACTION; INTENSELY DRAMATIC CLIMAXES; FICTION'S WILDEST DREAMS BROUGHT TO LIFE. PRICES: mght* 75c' 50c'25c (AU Re�*ved) ----- Matinees 25 any seat. Spec. Children's Mat. Sat. 10c j, ??377926 ;