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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JIAY 3, 1918 THE LKTIIBmnaR DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVF. auJ rare pulu1: Kirls I'twy I Lie iheil native h-ml. while others o? !h company perform the: dainty butterfly and (UP tflifK-es of old Japan. instruments of! niimly-looMns AT THE MAJESTIC If von have to a doubie HI Uial lie will get lii> up. It is his meal Uc-kM lie will nut have anv more pnnrhfd m 11 The following is the partial list ol the teams and team captains for the big Y. 51. C. A. drive which starts on Tuesday: District No. W. Clarke, can- tain J. Marnocb, W. 1.. McKenzle. A: McCurvie. District' No. M. Grace, captain. John Jlack, E. U. lis'lands. Dislrict No. HrJ. Forster. cap- tain, Qeo, Whclan, J. C. llanrauau. District No. P. Jolmslon. cap-' tain. Mr. Norman. Thus. C. Fetterley. District No. C7 Rawortb. cap- tain. 0. Edgett, S. Home, Dr..T. W. District Xo. H. Jackson, L. C. Ellison, O. W. .fircone. District Xo. S. MeArtlmr, cap- tain. P. W. Downer. S. nistrict No. liygram. Dislrict Xo. W. l.lojd. cap- lain, M. B. Collings. 1 District No. H. Oliver, cap- taiu. D. McNabb, Chas. McClena- ghan. Hoyt. District No. Waddinglon, caplain..G. F. Fletcher. District No. C. Ftidpath, cap- tain, H. H- Hobson. Ilev. Cragg. District Alnsworlh, captain Dislrict li. Daniel, cap- tain Hamilton. District No. J. H. Kivcrs, captain. A. .0. Stewart. The 'district boundaries are as fol- tracks. west by 13th St. ,S.. south by Cth Are. and cast by friends and associates ncrs of troubles. Also Wm. 8. llnrti in "1 Crossed." ATTHEOfil'HEIJJI f Palmi. like every other dir AT STAIJLAND JIarion Fotrtnx. writer of "The Secret wliuli tn be cue ot the most lalkdl ul i.luitopliiys of the year, is nut only an author, but the wlf'e uf a very kumv-i elianic- actor, Tnlly Jiaviliall. The couple, both well knoivii lu tiltn devotee-, all over the country mirk together, tbe ono writing .the iiiterpietinM lihotoploys. "Tli" Sn-rc-i Came." which is Mrs. Marshall's (Marion Fairfax's) latest uuik. has been film- "tar The Vtory "deals'will, inlernat-' loiuil'trihl.-s ol the prei-.'nt has been in a insriiui' Ins manner liy the clever at tor. It will appear at Slarla'nl (nulglil. An exieedingly gooi! com- edy. "The featuring ilaro! l.luvd. will Kl6J be shown. Sir Gilbft! Parker. fan'.oiK RiS- iish several uf li'-st known stories are lo uropav.-il fur the by J. Illacktun. the raramount ilircrtor. known lo film as the maker ol "The IlattU- Cry ut 1'eace" and other produi'liuns. lias hpen abl" tu ally wati-li and work with Commodore ttlackton on the filming of "The .lu.l1; nu-nt which will be.tlie to lie released, anil which has been kt'd for Slarland on' Monday ami Tuesday. Ox-drawn lied Cross nurses recruited Jiastiiy from all ranks oi sot-lay, from the stage to Ihe high- est oi l.undon and back, ai'.d peers doing menial service in the army, are some of tho unusual siphlf to be seen in "The Judgment House" 'The.-e the terrible han- dicap of Ih'! llrltish in Ihe !loer which UK-.- >vere obliged to cntor. tin-. i prepared and untaught. Many pai'al- lels can Un drawn casr- and the situation in tho present war. The battle scenes aud hospital scenes have het-n repioduccd v.'iili minntesl care for every detail. TONIGHT ONLY Prices 10c-20c CARMEL MYERS in "The Girl In The Dark" Wm. S. Hart in "Double Crossed" TONIGHT ONLY Xo liy river, north' so that it will to engage District No. L'y 3rd Ave. S. west by river, south by Cth ,'and east by 5th St. S. District "No. by. 3rd Ave. K.. wesi by 5th Si. S., south by Giji east by 7th St.' Dislrict No. by 3rd Ave., 7th St. S.. south by Clli Ave., and east by 1Mb St. District by 3rd Ave. S.. west by IJlh SI., south by Gth Ave., awl east by St. Dislrtrl No. by C. P. tracks, west 7th St. S., sontii by 3rd Ave. and east by ISlh St. District No. oy C. I'. H iEEDIPHOIQS time to the physical 3'ctlvUiea ol the. associafiiM. 5lr. Gep. JIcKillop who has (lone such work as phy- islcardireclor at the "Y" and as drill i iustructor of the public schools, is a product of the'local association and has enlisted with the 7Sth Battery. Therefore his services will not be available. Tlicre liave Uaen about 200 members of this association who have joined Ihe colors, which lias been a big loss lo tfie association.- Every unit raisei in'kethbridge was given the privileges of the "Y-" The expendilureS'for the year 191S to carry out the enlarged programme of work .'will amount to -13.54-I4D while the estimated revenue j will amount to Also there are a number of'old ac- counts that should belaid which am- ount lo S2.M4.00, making in all therefore is tho ob ieclive of the campaign for local ncerls and for'wa'r work or the Ked Triangle Fund. AH money raised in cicess'of-lho goes lo the War-Work Fund exclusively. The Lethhridge district Is receiving more attention than any other part, of -Western Canada Jnst now.'nnd the cumber.of new farmers who arb com- ing advance guard. The hoard of trade is being besieged lor Information, which is always cant- ious'ly given so tuat no one may be In- duced lo come hero without know ledge ahout the adverse r.s ivell as the attractive features ot our climate. Tho demand now is for Rood pit, "lures of farm scenes on grain farm and irrigated fatms as well. The qncs lion H always asked. Is your country a prairie, or can trees ami flow tsrs bo grown? This Is easily answer- erl showing a picture of the Gait Gardens; mit the cautious enquirer aaks'to ho lliow'n farm sciines showing growth ol trees. Pictures showing (he development of live stock are also wanted. Also irrigated farm scene- and- others showing cultivation In progress. Anyone having such pictures should send copies to" Ihe Hoard of Trade. rxnulon. May narvdck, o( iicllevue. Altn.. with a ntimuer of other Canadian soldiers, is gazetted with the Distinguished Conduct Jicdal. )lo was cut off with four others v-herH-a machine gun gallery was llown' In. Me dug himself ami his ;bmrailes out. but was blown in again Per a second lime he cut his way on! saving the lives ot all his companions MAY ROBSON at the Majestic Tuesday. -OUR. NEW STOCK OF- WALLPAPER SS HERE Refinement-- Quality wall paper are the'outstanding features of ouv displays. Here one will find entirely distinctive de- signs, representing the work of the best artist's. Select Wall Paper Now From the Largest and Best Stock in Lethbridge It is time now that the home manager turned her lo brightening up. To insure satisfaction in spring decorating, acquaint yourself now with the splendid 'effects to be chosen from our wall paper stocks-irwhile displays are at the height of comple- tion. We. carry varnishes, paints and everything for the decorating of the home. yi -_ SHE WENT IN FOR BOHEMIAN LIFE BECAUSE SHE WAS A PRETTY NEWSPAPER WOMAN WITH A VERY STRONG MIND OF HER OWN Bessie B'arriscale Is the bomtchiuK man-hater most delightful oi C. Gardner Sullivan's Comedies, produced by THOMAS H. INCE. THE POPULAR Miss Peggy O'Hara THE IRISH NIGHTINGALE IN LATEST BALLADS._______________ Don't Miss Tomorrow's (Sunday) Concert Which Miss O'Hara is Put- ting On in Aid of the Returned Veterans. DOORS OPEN AT 8.45 Monday: Madame Petrova in "Life's Mask" May Itobson's latest melodramatic farce. "A Utlle lilt, ord-f'ashtoncd." which Is coming to the Majestic en Tuesttny and Wednesday next. May 7 nml 8, is new anil novel from every aspect. II carries merriment (ran New lork to Connecticut and back again, with a Isugh cvtry foot of tho way. II filled with happy surprises. Its story i absorbing, interesting and intensely .musing. Its' characters range from mart New. Yorkers lo Iho delightfully imorons and appeallng'wlfe who Is list "a little bit' nnd who proven, when it comes lo putting over something really Wg, a _ little than the rest. LOLITA'ROBERISON Mnx Flgraan in "N'olhing Hut the Trttlli" cotnlnc in tho Majcs- lie Mondajf-.rtJB111! May ;E A boo'ltching young newspaper, wo man who becomes dtEgu'stcil witli me in general by observing their action at a notorious flvorce trial is Ihe par played by Barrlscalo In the Triangle play, "Hater of by C Gardner Sullivan, pVodticed.under th Anpcrvlalon of Triciirias II. Ince, whic will he shown at the Empress Ihealr tonight only. of Ihe most .novel of iiscd for IhU play I the interior of an oriental resort, liu nrfously furnished wilh carved .tea1 wood, rich silken dniperjcs, emhroft crcd pcrcen.'. Attaint Incense burners "IheMasterofScreencRft TUEJUDGMENTHOUSE' AT STARLAND MONDAY AND TUESDAY TWO NIGHTS Next.Tues.-xWed. THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BLDG., 7TH ST. S OLDEST ESTABLISHED DECORATORS ,IN 1 LETHBRIDGE. "THE DOREEN WHITE IN SONG LAST TIMES TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN "T.HE. SECRET MAJESTIC Prices 535 't ll.SO, 7Sc, SOc NOT, a Moving Picture. SEATS ON -SALE AT BOX OFFICE' NOW AUGUSTUS PITOU Presents Amsrlca'c Foremost AY ROBSON! IN A MELODRAMATIC FARCE A 'I A BLEND OF MYSTERY, LOVE AND LAUGHTER NEW YORK CAST AND PRODUCTION I BEST UP-TO-THE-MINUTE PLAY of (he SEASON OVERFLOWING with HUMOR S. KEEN DIALOGUE FASHIONED By ANNA I This is NOT a Motion Picture OEATG ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE NOW ;