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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tilt hsiuy, mmwm a*, iwi* the tjTWmrx,!', daiity imnAt\n page FfVE ADOPT A MORE lantern, Ma/tIi Js Tim Iihi* nf �hr e�misn-nt cm Uin bsltln In dm morning OMw�p�(i�r* I* m��r� ituidrtent than at mir iiiii*** !� /'111 |m ttt* �t��.'.���� i,n> tl>*4 I*- � ** *:*>*m��4i Iftlo fill' 1 ! M��l 0��t Of��**i* i*m�h, u*#�b j� Tb� tmtr  �.**M*i�|iH�J�-�i ( lh� In/Ml lb* �'(�i�� j* t�t�( �iif*�-�� snuwn nww," ibfc rurr�|M>�tini �ay*. "to Im b�ld br (isnxtut Von l^lhoti. In chargn of ih* l'�r��ti�B k��mp, o�m*r�l o�� Von |i�|nw, in tht! ��t�r uf Arr�� serf 0*�c xal Vim llullor, *. htr lh� �bl��t t�>romnnd bo la cred-Itml with diuliiK Hiii altiintfon nfl'-r tin- InkliiK of Monnatlr nnd tlu-nco buck to Krnncc. Lnut autuiaii. ho wont to Italy. ' "Oonornl Von Hutlor waa tho captor of HIrb itnil Ih known to linvn laid hlx pln^a very carefully, although In tluil nvaiit'lio had an cany Job. In hoiiio rea pucta tho dlHpoHlttona hn niudo tlioru woro adopted for the purpose of tho proaont offi'nalvc." at THK MKCffnL'm � it.* Hij.K�.�iir, >. �i>r?�, a t'.i.ry bjr l! S lir*>llii4'/ pti#tH Tonlfthi Hex IS' Weir will bo �ho* k'c- :.t !�(�-{ �'f?. �>tl'h J'liinaon. i i flff' appt-arrd ( tir (Jrph- .fl�/ "N>>r f�o .*''f lb"; last tlroo. AT THE K.MPHESS Mary Miles Mix:- tloat nnd i� liapp!)-. American-Mutual i I-en/In th� Way," : thone llltl" mount a! reached only by au tonlxht. Mlaa MIntcr do>- try KtuntR, auch :';k� h'T prnl-�)!! In )i�r l!il!. K:npreaa forts of conn-'Irivlni; a buck-roada, taliliiK . �M.'trn and doing rrackerH and Sheboygan, Wii.-"I wai all 'fagged (Alt,' run down, no appetite, nervoui, sleepless nights and drowsy during the day, and was not fit to work. a friend told me to take Vinol. I did so, and can now eat three square, meals a\ day. I sleep well, am alert, nctiver strong and well and haye fained eleven pounds."-^. W. Higby,' heboygan, Wis. This Is because Vinol contains the elements needed to create a healthy appetite and restore atrength. The complete formula is printed on every package. This it your protection. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTO. \ Druggists, Lethbridge Also at the best druggists In all Albertn towns. AGAINST CORP. DAVES, D.C.NI. IS MORE FAME Laugh When People v Step On Your Feet Try this yourself then pass it along to others. It workal Ouch !?!?!! Thl8 kind of rough talk will ho hoard less �iore in town if �people troubled with corns will follow tho simple udvlce of this Cincinnati authority, who claims thnt a tow drops of a drug called fieezone When applied to a tendor, aching corn .stops soreness at once, and soon tho' corn dries up and lifts right out without pain. Mi! says freefone la ;m ether compound which dries immediately nnd neyer inflames or ov- exhibited at thn Empress Friday Saturday. But tho baseball came la not the only exciting altua'ion !n this comedy. It sparkles with himorous episodes which the author, of good wear and always look well. ' * Not�iThef$ Prices �4x� feet'.....*$37.50 9x9 feet ...v.... $46.00 9x12. feet $65.00 9x10!/a feet;...,; $50.00 C0NG0LEUM ART RUGS THAT WEAR WELL 6x9 feet ...... .. $6.50 9x9 feet ........... $9.00 9itlPWfeet....;V.. $10,751 9x12 feet ......... $12.00 Lowest Prices on Axmintter Rugs 6%x9 feet \ -9x9 feet, ..'.. 9x10(4 f��t \ 9x12 feet $32.50 $42.50 $47.50 $52.50 FLOOR COVERINGS forty different patterns of scotch canadian linoleum to 'choose from Linoleum* thAf imported direct, from Scotlana^pftT^..*! .^^^Z^TZ^^^T * � iiirni/i in art* ii r nnA i ��...... ..i. ___��' . _____. AMERICAN NEW PRO. CESS; at yard . 72%c EXTRA THICK PRINT-ED LINOLEUM, at per yard......... 87y2e VERY HEAVY GUARANTEED SCOTCH LINOLEUM ...v.... $1.15 GUARANTEED SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM,--> from .. $2.00 to $2.25 FLOOR OILCLOTH, from per yard 65c at the MAJESTIC Jules Verne's mnsterpfece of fiction "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea," has been dramatized by the Universal Film Company, and will be tho attraction Yor thtv?" days, r.rnrtlng today, with matinee dally at 2.30 and night performance at 8..10. at tho Majestic theatre. Thi' production may ivulhfully be descrihed as one cf tTte wonders of th'e jiresent age. The wildest dreams or Julep Verne- one of tho greatest writers of fiction of fifty years ago, have been visualized by the camera. Marvellous scenes have been photographed a:.vur.Ily on the very bed of the ocean. Actors who htivi hitherto been content to portray their parts on the studio stage on dry land, have,undertaken in tni* production to on'act their perilous roles on the bottom of the ocean. Through the magic window of the "Nautilus" you wjll see torpedoes fired and speeding beneath the waves on their errands of destruction, you will see a full rigged ship blown to atonr.s-you will see hunters descend to the floor,of F APPLY". NCE and Zam-Buk will soon take the pain out of a scald or burn. Mrs; Albert Smart of 2T9 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 scalded. The pain was Intense and almost Immediately a huge blister formed, covering tie top of my foot. " My husband got some Zam-Buk and applied it at once. The relief was really wonderful. Very soon the burning pain was ended � and the inflammation drawn out, and continued, application* completely healed the scald." Zam-Buk is also beat for eczema, ulcere, bad legs, blood-poisoning and' piles. All dealers, 60c.. box.' - Easter Offerings f ~ i At r-\ Finest Squirrel Brand Peanut Butter 30c per lt>. The Bay for Saturday Finest Pure Maple Syrup 69c PER QUART BOTTLE ' Carrots, 7 lbs. .. *...........................25c Head Lettuce, 2 for........................ 25c Parsnips, 6 lbs. for ........................ 25c Beets, t) lbs................................ 25c B. C, Onions, 7 lbs.......................... 25c Leaf Lettuce, 1 lb...........................40c Dry White Potatoes, 100 lb*.............. $2.35 Large Cucumbers, each .................... 30c 2 lb. tine Spinach......-.................  25c Rhubarb, lb...........................'..... 20c Bananas, dozen ............................ 40c Turnips, 10 lbs............................... 25c Qucrt Raspberry Vinegar, bottle ........... 50c Small Critco, tin ........................... 40c Oel Monte Pumpkin, tin ............'....... 24c P. 4. C. Soda Biscuits, pkt...................35c Finest Table Figs, lb....................... 30c Strictly Fresh Eggs, dozen ................ 45c Tins Beef Steak and Onions ............... 38e Custard Powder, Gartons, 2 pkts............25c Oonalco Tomato Catsup, per bottle..........30c Large 2\'2 lb. tins Gold Bar Peaches, 3 tins .. 89c Gallon Catsup, per tin .................... $1.10 49 lb. bags Purity Flour...................$3.15 the ocean to battle wita man eating sharks: you will see a terrifying com-" bat between Captain Nemo and a giant octupus fathoms deep, beneath the surface of the ocean. For the benefit of school children, a tpecial matinee will be.given on Saturday afternoon at reduced prices of admission. All may be re-setved /or the ovenin^ performances. , 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 shis began to walk ":ier feet tingled whenever she heard music. Rhythm meant movement. 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 Irene's feet insisted upon .tingling and twinkling. Dr. Foote came to the conclusion that the best, thing for her to do go.on thj stage. Not in a resigned tone of voice, "Well, I suppose there'3 nothing for Irene but to go on the stage," but in the manner of a sensible man seeing the right 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 nr.\ is the most photographed woman in the world, created fashions that were the admiration and despair of millions of her sex, and finally adopted ,i moving picture cazefer with equal success. 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 sue-  cesses two photoplays, the first, ''Tho Countess Charming," the second, "The Clever Mrs. Carfax," both of which^tre 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 liis fellow actors a3 with the public. His second picture. "The Clever Mrs. Carfax," is to be at Starland tonight last times tonight JULIAN ELTINGE in "The Clever Mrs. Carfax" don't miss this fiature. mr. eltinge's impersonations are wonderful. RLAN FRIDAY AND 8ATURDAV PATHE PRESENTS MRS. VERNON CASTLE 1 i IN 'VENGEANCE IS MINE' In this feature Mrt. Caatle displays beautiful" gowns and_ demonttratea that she la the greatest dancer in the � �,!��. . world.-,!:',. : , ' :j4ai3p.LP LLOYD Nn. ^ba^HFUL" " t , a Mrt nrut d! rAUritiarit^ 0 RPHEU TONIGHT M 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" :'ifs a Bluebird! Nut Sed!" Farnum, tbe~ high speed king of the modern photoplay, puts fire and vim into "The Fighting Grin.".' E ngagement xclusive XTRA CMPRESC TONIGHT & TOMORROW MATINEE MARY MILES MINTER in "Peggy Leads The Way" 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 tbat makes you long for the outdoors and Seven League Bdots. A chyese that sells for $80 a pound, crackers that cost a dollar each and ayfifty dollar ham-bone. FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY THE TYPICAL AMERICAN PLAYER CHARLES Ft AY " IN A TYPICAL AMERTCAN PLAY 'The Pinch Hitter" I '/A. Corking Base-ball play," aaya 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. "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. MONDAY NEXT "THE HONOR SYSTEM" Is at 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. 1 ""I '-,"�if 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 Under the Sea 2000 PEOPLE IN THE COMPANY MARVELOUS 8UBMARINE 8CENE8 ACTED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. * "*j MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN "A DAUGHTER OF THE'GODS" FIRST TIME HERE more fascinating than (50c. 25c (AB Reserved) ^ * Matinees 25 any seat, Spec. Children's Mat. Sat; � � it 002946 86 56347548 ;