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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1917 LETIinniDGE DAILY IIEHAU) FA.GF, FIVE Discard Your Old Shoes Prices Cut with a Vengeance On our sniiH'l and dial fi may within Hie reach of 1" liiive a new pair of (lie latest creations in boots ami shoes. For Easter (8RR WINDOW) LADIES' PATENT VAMP. IMtfi cut bluo suede lop, buttons, leather Louis lie els, receding toe, Hegular {6.50. Krtflay and Saturday LADIES' AFRICAN BROWN Kid, Laco and Button High Top 'Leather Louis Kcela, rc- ccillnc toe. -Turn and fioodyear aolcs. JS.oO A? Friday and Saturday.. LADIES' PATENT KID. High wlille toil, but I on, leather Louis lieelfl. Gomlycar wolted soles, receding Loo. Reg. P A C Friday and Saturday.. LADIES' VICi KID LACE BOOTS. Dark brown cloth lop, Julian hccle, medium toe, CJooii- j'car welted Boles. llogular Friday and Saturday LADIES' NAVY DLUE KID BOOTS, llulton and lace, high lop, Icallici1 Louis heels, reced- ing toe. Turn Jim) (iootlyeyr vrcltcil aolrs. llcxular and (JO.OO. Friday and Saturday 6.45 LADIES' BLACK AND BRONZE KIO. I [tali grey kltl top, welted soles, jumhpr LouU heels, re- toe. IlcRiilar c A C Friday and Salm-day.. LADIES' AFRICAN BROWN BOOTS. HJgh cut. Champagne top, lacCj leather Louts hcela, receding turned soles. Jtop- uhir Slt.OO. I'rhlay niitl Halurday 6.45 LADIES' PATENT BOOTS, null Md (op, leather Louis liecls, receding toe, Cioodycar wcited soles, O r Friday and Saturday Special Values in Children's Shoes for Easter MEN'S TAN CALF MILITARY MEN'S BOX CALF BLUCHERS BOOTS. Plain toe, Goodyear loo, medium heavy sewn welled a. niuclicr cut, low solo5.-low wJile heoJs. A etrong T i a ncaL appearance. Lroart bools. RCR. f6.00. Friilay and Saturday.. 4.95 neguifir 35.50. Friday and Saturday.. The Cut-Rate American Boot Shop BENTLEY'S OLD STAND 116 FIFTH STREET SOUTH AUCTION SALE of Cigar Manufacturers Stock at ;WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS _. .S. O. E. BUILDING, 10th Street, S. Saturday Afternoon, Mar. 31 At 3.00 p.m. and In Hie evening at 8.00 p.m. FRANK WADDINGTON la favored with Instructions from A. W. Whtatcroft who is rt- llnqulsnlno his cigar manufacturing business to sell by Public Auction his remaining stock of INCLUDING Bagdzds in boxes cf 50.each. 1r700 Alberta Panetelas in bones of 50 each. Ml Perils, in boxes of 50 f Ml PerlaE, In boxes of 25 eacli. All cigars In A 1 condition. Also a few items of OFFICE FUR- NITURE includlnj OAK TYPEWRITER DESK REMING- TON MACHINE COMPLETE. 1 TEHMS CASH Auctioneer's Phone 770 Residence 46a KdmnnioH. March the sun- Rcrlpllons were collected from the memlicrH of tho fllaff ut (lie land titles ofllco jjol for a poJIIJt-al bul In conned Ion with iho lltui oi lho Kiluionlon I.lljcral Oluh, and for the payment of (he furniture a-ul furnishings taken ovor from the Xorthern Club, was Ihe evUoncG W. It. Wilson, Inspector of Lia'iR IIL HIP oftk'Gj In examination by T. M, TH'eeilie, ai iho Killing of Jli'i lu'connls committee of the legislature this morning. Wflaoii paid ho Iiucf Ijcen up What'the Press Agents Say a member lt> of the commlUee lib received suhscrEiJtloiis from the public ATTIIK KAll'IIESS Tho I'oarl of FararJUu will Ijo jiliown nt the Empress for Die Jail time to- ulghl. Til IB IB A trig fijicclal featuring Margarita. KjEcher. It. IB H slory of Uio fiotilh flea Islands. A aiilcndlil 2 reel Klko comedy will a too be seen, willi the latest animated weekly KU- ZCltQ, STARLAND Dintin Karnum goos IhroiLgli tnorc peiils and performs more daring fcate In "Davy Crockett" ilian In any of his previous (iliolo- playw. A of those feats are-rid- hiK fln unconquerable horse, a restui1 Hi rough flames, tinMIng a door IntiL Ihc aHEauU of a pick of roul ,vch ullli only his aihin a.1; n liar against llic attack and a number ol other Blunts, Those am hul .somn of ihe l.iskfi Ibal ttiin be-cole J'aJliu .star as well tcs office. the So mo fifteen at i of the luiul Ml- cut nf -j. alaCf of 80, subscribed Ihu sums ranging from 410 Lo ?100. W. A. slated. tliat Mr. Wilson Iiad tolJ him floinr- Uinc ID Jimuiuy lasl h.it Attorjjey-GoDCH'Al Cross liacl in- oriDL'd him Hint could lot bo collcctcil from public servants. I Has In consKrjuctK'c of (Iml chat lira ngiiey was refunded. IL hail Ijotn. saUl Mr. Dcyl, in Die safe lit Mio itlice until it was eceii ivhai lunl been received from oilier branches ol Die service. performs (n very Interesting FCTCOII romance coming to Ktnr'inid Kriilav .Saturday, ToniM.lit flic Huron Do u-Lli give bis il- leciuvc on Din war. Pro- ceeds in aid of DIG Heturucil Soldiers' I'und. I supjiortcd hy the govcriiuient was [ho [iroiiosillon laid before Sifioii and Attorney-Oeneral Cross as TcpreBenlhiB the ioverjnueiit hy a dep- utation from the anti-tuberculosis as- soclalioii Uits morning. It was ex- plained thai Hie association was not ilcfunct a.3 had heed elated In llic house, hut thai (L had not, been found advisable to conduct a campaign for subscriptions. When tlic hospitals bill had been introduced, If was realized that llic litno ivas opportune for approachintj Ihe govornmcnl on the aubJecL of tlic sanitarium. Thu [tromicr said (he question would iiave Ihe consideration of Ihe cabinet. AT THE MAJESTIC Itedolent with llic uf tlie prcaL northlanil. and carrying Ilicino of "The JJuutc-r niuJ the MnnL- "The which will Ijoscen at the Majestic theatre- del a deliglitf.ul flavor of tlic adventure ol a young army officer in fulfilment ol his duties as "police oi the district." The action lakes place UL Klrynljcau, on llic Yukon, in midsummer John lialon, alias G'alo, lived In llm mountain fastness foi1 years lilildcn from Lhe Imliament of a crime ho never committed, that of killing the wife- of a gambler anSf. Stephen, It.. 31 a r. death of very Rev. Mgr. E. Doyle, or- curreil lodny at Ihe rcclorj1 In Mill-' town, M.n. Only rcccnUj' he observed tho fidlclli Anniversary of hla ordin- ation ns n liarbor this Tnornlng In a tlciisc tog. The crew is tul llic vessel will likely be a loial loss. RAN ASHORE N. S., March KugJard, leAsed by n fish firm ran ashoro while approaching the YOU CAN DO BETTER-, HEN WILSON I DBY GOODS. MENSWEAR. BOOTS S. SHHES NORTH LF.THBRtOCE.. CARS TO UY JULES B. STEELE. IN THE "WINNIPEG FREE'PRESS." Tsay. thai every man nnrt woman in the or, Irrespective of tltu fact (hat they maj- or inuy not be movie fans, should sco "Dnmnccil Goods." I vrouhl po Ciirlh- cr tliau (lie decree or Uio censor hoanl aiul place the age minimum Tor the ymmif 'uns .it 14 3T.irs Von all may not afirec with me in this, 1ml nou'culays kills learn young ami They Icarii quickly. U will ilo not an iotd of harm for them to .learn Goods" "is aboul nut! AT THE OUPHEIJM irlie Chaplin and Katty Arhuchl will appear tonight at llift Ornhcuin ici The flounders. Ttio picture- of "1'olly Tut the Kettle On" vill also lie shown. Her father n dreamer, her mother Polly is the "little mother" lo lier young brothers and sisters, vlio look to her for 'tlicir daily bread. Scarcely more lhan a child herself, she aids ihcm until there is no more lea no more jam and no winter clolhes [or the nevertheless happy little brood. An advertisement, in a daily paper furnishes Polly RIL inEpiraliou, as one oi her little sisters recounts to the others, ihe story ot a good fairy, and. Polly, silling at tJic Xitchcn table, dreams oE a good, womanly woman who adrorlises for a "companion lo read to me.'" Fancy her distress u'hen she meets terrible Aunt Johanna, a spinster who has suffered from an early love's blighting. Dul, sweetly, uncomplain- ]r, she enters upon her now duties, only thai she bo permitted lo go liomc at tra timo "to put the kcl- llc iiGrmissfou for which is re- luctantly granted. AT THE ORPHEUM MONDAY NEXT There lias never licen a film brought into Canada which, hns fur- nished more topic for conversation imd discussion ihan "Damaged Goads" which comes to the Orphoum for iltroo days commencing next. "Damaged (Joods" is from Hie pen of iiricux, the famous Frcncli sociologEsil and was written some four- teen years ago. Kirn years ago the very thought of producing "DamaEed (Icoils" cither as a play or a film Imvc been hooted us an austir- dily by every film maker and theatri- cal man in the country. Goods" was shown in Winnipeg lo segregated audiences, bul il was argued in cdJlorials, and prominent people thai the audiences should lie mixed, although they connnrndcd IhaL a couple of aftcr- nooiii; IJD set aside for women only. "Dnmaecd Roods" was by Hie censor rind also endorsed by the Alberta Social Service League, on Ihc Food Markets Special Preparations Made for] our Easter Trade will have this year the finest display of meats ever offered in the South Country. So far, the only Milk-fed Lambs to come on the market have been secured by us, in addition, we have the specially fed Pawson lambs, along with two car loads of PRIME GRAIN FED STEERS which are consider- ed the best that have been sold this year. Our Poultry Department will have a full line of all seasonable Poultry. Watch our special ads. this week-end and next. P. BURNS CO. LIMITED Main Avc. South Dominion -itli Ave. Palace St. N.f Phones 412 and 1388. (Hh St. S., Phone Phone 431 U. S. GOVERNOR OF DANISH WEST INUitS Laso for further'. protection of HID Panama cntial and for general mili- tary purposes. Washington, D. March Admiral James R. Oliver, chief or Hie naval inlL'HJgcnce, today was named by Secretary Daniels ns Rovemor cC the fianisli West Indies wliich arc to' be taken ovor Saturday hy Hie United, States. The ceremonies of transfer will take nlacG al St. Thomas and in Washington on the same day Secret- ary McAdoo will deliver to the Danish minister the government ivarrant for Iti payment Tor the islands. Important fortifications will be con- structed and the Island used as a naval." MORMONS FAVOR U. S. ENTERING THE WARi Rail Lake City, Utah. March 27 "I have no objection ,lo seeLns tlio Stars and Stripes flying beside the English and French flags in order that tlic United" Slates shipping shall be said United Stales Senator King last and the people who filled the'Mormon tabernacle in a moiiFler patriotic meeting burst forlh in inniullous applause. Governor Hamburger and United States Senator SmooL were among Hie other speakers at (lie demonstration. 'ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE GLASGOWToPOflTlAND.ME. Vit N.S. SI .JOHH. H.B. MALI FAX TO I n-14 LJOMAN winniPCG SSI Gr.Twillr ziiul -Putty Arbmrldc in "'i'lic can't feel IhnL way, "DamnECrl Goods" calls n sptirto n spndc. The greatest good thai llic movies enn accomplish is in Iheir strong poivors of sugges- tion. They can drive home :irgiiiiicr.ls bctler lhan llic preacher in the pulpit or Icctnrrr on the pint form can. Aiicr you have seen "Driiiinged Goods" you will never forgot tho scenes de- picted. few which, ciuofeil, >viir.-u6 f.nr (ownnls demon.strating the picture is. Knch'onc.of them is undeniably iruc." "One drink may Tend lo an imnioml act thai ivlll ruin n younK man's en lire Itfe." "No girl is safe while Ihe so-called double alandard cslsls." "Kor Iho sins that ye do, by tivo by Livo, ye nnisi answer fop one by 'one "Tlic. preatcsl scourge Lo society is Ignorance, prudery, hypocrisy and quackery." "And Jn the end George Duponl, after Ihr lilllc haby liorn to his wife is found to have the awful disease from Its father, docs (he only thing he cnn do, vrhlrh, however, docs nol nlonu fnr hi3 crime and which falls lo eradicate (he dire effects. He suicide. "Damaged Goods" In certainly n i great plclure. Go and sec TONIGHT ONLY lift WILL AN ILLUSTRAT- ED LECTURE ON THE WAR PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE RETURNED SOLDIERS' FUND COMING FRIDAY SATURDAY PALLAS PICTURES Present DUSTIN FARNUM IN 'DAVYCROCKKT'r Being the romantic love s'.ory of the young hero of history, who is (ariUh'zed by a maiden whom he finally carries off bodily. A GOOD RED FFATHtR 'Polly Pat the Kettle On' With Douglas Gsrrard and Zoc Racr Iht little child, ORPHEUM NEXT MONDAY THE BIG SPECIAL -GOODS- This picture pUyed la 60e ad- mission in Calgary for one tolld week. Please note the at' the Orpheum neltt Monday. Prices 35c. No children admitted under 16 years. Matinee every day. TONIGHT LAST TIME 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 Poffard Also Screaming TWO REEL L-KO and the very LATEST WEEKLV f bowing evenli of Vhe world. MAJESTIC THEATRF. One Night Dnly-Thurs. Mar 20 FI5ANK in THE BARRIER By REX BEACH i THE GREAT DRAMA OF OUR CANADIAN YUKON ;