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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY MARCH 29,1916 THE LETHBRinfJl! DATT.f ttWRAL^S PAGE SEVEN ^^^^^^^S^'^^^^^SS''?-"^''^^^*^^'^^'^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ fA\ THE making of Ivory Soap in Hamilton, Canada, adds another industry to the many of which Canadians can be proud. It is something worth while to say that the mildest, purest, best known, best selling soap in the continent is made here in Canada by Canadians. You promote a representative home industry every time you buy a cake of Ivory Soap., IVORY SOAP 5 cents 99^,% PURE Procter & Gamble Factories at Hamilton, Canada, also make Gold Soap, P. & G.-The White Naphtha Soap, Sopade and Pearline What the Press Agents Say OERFUL PICTURE EUSTTIi �^'oi'dR fail to adequately lieBorlbe tlio enormity of the notable photo iliectiicle "Tho Battle Cry of Peace," >iilch was Bliown nt the Majestic last night, and which will be shown again for the last time there tonight. It would take pages to properly criticise the hundreds of Bcenes and phases which go to make up this marvellous propaganda for preparedness for peace. Siitncient Is U to say that here is one of the biggest things ever brought to this city. Citizens of Leth-brldge cannot be urged too strongly to go to the Majestic tonight. Give up any other appointments you have, overlook any other arrangements you may have made tor tonight, and if you appreciate a master work, by all means avail yourself of the one re-mfllnlng- opportunity which stjll is offered, and see "The Battle Cry of Peace" at the Majestic tonight. You will never regret It, in fact, you will see son'iethlng you will remember as long as you live. pmmmfmm m m Pantaqes Bill The splendid Pantages hill being shown at the Orpheum will come to a close tonight, and those wlio liave not Heen it aliould not miss the opportunity: The three Hlckey Brothers are worth the whole show, and will not fall to please. They have an entirely new line of stuff. Tlien the roller skaters are in a class by themselves. Harry Gilbert, the dialect singer, is great. The big feature of the bill is the .sketch by Hyman Adler and Co., "The MIsor'ti Dream." The fifth Inslal-mout of "Graft" is also shown. This bill is one of tlie strongest yot shown. At the Empress Gilbert Parker's great novel, "The Seats of the Mighty," in which is featured the capture of Quebec by tho British under Wolfe, will bo plclur-ized at the Kmpress Friday and Saturday. This story is familiar to many, and offers great opportunity tor dramatic ability, and thrilling photo production. Interwoven in the history of tlie play is a love story of a British officer for a French maiden that will hold Interest intensely throughout the play. At Starlaiid The feature at Stnrland touight and tomorrow will be an Intensely interesting drama "Blackbirds," foaturlns Ijsura Hope Crews, who appeared some time ago in the "Fighting Hope." Miss Crews is conceded to be one of the best oraotional actresses In motion pictures, and is suhjpofted by Thomas Molglien, the handsomest man in tho movies, and an all-alar cast. In addition to this I'our-reol feature a two-reel Chaplin comedy will be shown. On Friday and Saturday "Tho Alan Who Stayed at Home," a splendid pic-tiirizatlon of "The White Feather," which was recently played in l.eth-bridgo, win be the feature. As tho original l..ondon cast participated iu the production of this picture, and as tho motion picl\ires give more scope for realistic scenic effects, this feature will bo looked forward to by many Ijelhbrldge people who so much enjoyed tho drama when it appeared here some time ago. At the Anotlier classy vaudeville bill will bo offered at tho Majestic on Friday and Saturday, comprising four really good acts, four good reels of photoplays, and another concert by tho Majestic orchostra. Following are the acts: Tho Castle Players in amodish playlet entltlod /'Father Was Right"; beo Fllller, phenomenal Russian boy violinist; The Robs Bros., world's champion mld.?et boxora in "A Day In a Gymnnsium"; and Cross and Uorls in new songs and patter. Charging desporatiily through barbed wire ontangle\nonta, bomb and hand grenade Ihrowlng by tlio klUlus, actual treuiih work and tho battle of Ypres, all shown In tho olllcinl Canadian Ciovornniaut fllma and explained by Sevgt. Fred Wells, 7th Batt. will be the attraction at the Majestic on Tuesday and Wednesday next. "Canada's Fighting li'orees" Is the title of this thrilling six reel lUm, which was taken by Lieut. D. J. Dwyer, aoth Ball. C.13.F. In Uiurope. It comprlaea views of tho whole first and second contingents, with II. M. The King, Lord Kitchener, Sir. Sam Huslieajind Sir Robert Bovden, all proml�oni-lu tho pictiwes tftlten in JOaglanU, .Mr. W. Chovrlere. ol' l.cihbrldge, �)>eni tlie week-end in iIim cily.-Medicine Hal 'I'lnies. I>l�ut. Ilugli Camptnil, of tlie 13th O..VI.I!., .Medicine Hal. wa.; a visitor with his aunt, .Mrs. i;. H. 'I'iunlug, this week end. * *  .Master Bobbie Tinning, tliu little son of .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. TInninp, Is 111 Willi ivMioid fever, lio in progressing favorably. .Mrs. .1. S. llamly i'\pocts to leave I the end of the week for Calgary, where she wii! spend (he .snimnor with her daughter Miss Vcniii Uamlily. .  � Mr. R. .1. Sheph'Mcl of .Montreal, who lia.s been vl.sltlDg his brother, Mr. S. J. Shepherd, Iiuh left for Calgary. *   The many fripnd.s or .Mrs. S. .r. .Shepherd, who lias bpcii ill with typhoid fever for the; ijast month, will be glad to hear tiiat she has taken a turn for tlie better. Mrs. Bennett, wife uf l-'rivaie Bennett, 13,'itli fjattallon, iiiulorwcnt another serious operntion yesterday morning at Gait Hospital and Is doing as well as can be e.^pected, though progressing slowly. The,Woman's .Missionary Society Auxiliary of Wesley ciiurcii will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon ai S.'M) in tlio ladies' parlor. Mrs. Galbralth and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton will lake the topic. "Study of Korea's l.'nitcd Church." Miss Dowsetl will siiip and Mrs. Patterson will give an instrumental niun-ber. The e.\ecutlve will meet at 3 p.m. and all members are retiuested to be present. A very ei.joyablo evening was spent at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. A. T, i Jackson, tT>\i 16th Street \.. on Mon- j day. the occasion being tho sixth , anniversary of their wedding. .Music and songs were enjoyed until mid- ; night when refresliments were served. ' 'I'he following guesti; were present: ' Mr. and Mrs. A. Knowlden, Mr. and ( Mrs. F. Hicks. Mr. and .Mrs. H, S. ' Wardle, Mr and .Mrs. E. Hall, Mrs. fj. Hall, the Missoss Ada and Gladys Hall and Mr. N. Hall. * � � The following item is from the Freeport, 111., Journal-Standard, of March iStb, and will be read with re-groat by the people who had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Sanborn when she visited her daugiiter a couple of years ago. Mrs. Stoltze and her daughter were not able to arrive In time to see Mrs. Sanborn before lier death; - : Mrs. Sarah SaUbbrji, widdw of the late ti. B. Sanborn, passed peacefully away at six o'clock this morning, after an (Ilness of short duration. Mrs. Sanborn has ;been a resident of Freeport for 4,1 years. During that time she has made her presence fell in church and philanthropic activities, and could always be rolled upon when a strong and decided character was needed. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church, and one of the earliest members of the W. C. T. U., and was present at the meetings of either organization when possible to attend. Her unfailing generosity was never withheld from any good work. :\Irs. Sanborn was a faithful and loyal Christian woman, of whom it may be said the world has been made better and brighter because of her presence in it, and the family will always live in the sweet remembrance of a true and devoted mother. Mrs. Sanborn was born in Wayne, Maine, In 18:iO, and came to Freeport in 1S71. She is survived by throe 1 children. J. N. Sanborn of Fori I Worth. Texas; Mrs. George I. Brown !of Freeport, and Mrs. F. A. Stoltze of iLethbrldge, Alta. iSelectcfl iVoin ot I., Sale Prico [.of 2 Sale Prico Lot 3. Sale Price "^i $2.99 $3.99 i EVERY PAIR IS OF THE NEWEST STYLE AND INCLUDE LACED, BLUCHERS, AND BUTTON BOOTS, OXFORDS, PUMPS AND iSTRAPPED SHIPPERS, MADE OF THE FINEST LEATHERS IN GLACE KID, VICI KID, PATENT KID, CALF, GUNMETAL, BOX CALF AND PLAIN PATENT, BOOTS ARE IN THE NEW HIGH LEG STYLES, FIT-TED WITH MOST UP-TO-DATE HEELS AND TRIMMINGS. THIS WIUU" BB AN OPPORTU N E TIME TO PURCH. A6E YOUR NEW �PRINQ BOOTS A SHOES AT PRICES 8URPA88INQ A.NY� THING BEFORE OFPERED. THESE BOOTS 4 SHOES ARE IN THE MOST WANT-ED SIZES, RANGING FROM 2>/J TO 61/2. AN EARLY VISIT TO OUR BOOT AND SHOE SECTION WILL Be' TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. Sale shoos caiuiot, be exchanged or taken out on approval AAIUNG-BURNS Rev. G. H. Cobblcdlck performed the ceremony today at noon, which united Miss Nellie Marie Burns and Mr. Bendik .faring, both of Burden, in the bonds o� matrimony. The ceremony, wliich look place at the Wesley parsonage, was witnessed by tho bride's sister. Miss Leah Burns, and Mr, Robt. Collins of Burdett. Mr. Aarlng la a well known fanner near Burdett, and ho and his bride will reside on his farm. RAL RALLY IS Ferniu, March 28.-Ingram's hall was filled to tho doors last night upon tho occasion of a amokor given by the Liberal association. Dr, King, Liberal candidate for tho local house tor Cranbrook, was the principal speaker and was well received. A. MacNolll, M. W. llobson and A..I. Iflsiier also mado short addresses. Instrumental music and songs wore Interspersed through the projram. Tho large audience was very etithuslaatic, according Dr. King and other speaUora applause. ? DUTCHMAN SUNK ; London, .March lifl.-Another ? has been sunk. All the crew \-\' ? were saved. > ? ? A PROMINENT NURSK SPEAKS. WILL NOT PERM SALE FOR WES NEOINION > ? ? ? ? : �> Berlin, by wireless to Tuek- ? > erton, March 29.-M, Loncin, ? ' 785? 65 ;