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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 I THR L'ETimi'.IDGE DAILY IIEnALD PAGE FIVE AMMENTS MAD FORB The following ia (ho partial list of the teamH "and team captains for the lilg V. M. C. A. drlvo which BtartH on TuoHdtty: Dlstrlnt No. 1-L. W. Clarke, cap-lain J. Marnouh, W. L. McK^nzle, A. McCorvio. District' No. 2-A. M. Ora'ce, captain. John Mack, E. U. Rylands. District No. ;i-E. Hr J. Forster, captain. Qqo. WlioUin, J. C. Hanraliau. District No. 4-M. P. Johnston, caiv liiin, Mr. Norman, Thoa. C. Fettorloy. District No. B-A. cyilaworth. captain, O. U. tedgett, S. Home, Dr., T. W. Vox. District No. G~E. S. Jackson, L. C. Ellison, G. W. ^reone. District No. 7-M. S. McArthur, captain, V. AV. Downer, S. Klrkhaniv DlHlrict No. 8-Wm. Ingram. District No. 9.-J. W. Lloyd, captain, M, E. ColUngs. District No. 10-Jl. U. Oliver, cap-lain, n. D. McNubb, Chas. McClena-Khai!, B. a- Hoyt. District No. 11-Frank Waddlngton, captaln.G. F. Fletcher. District No. 12--T. C. Uldpath, captain, U. H. Dohson, Ucv. Cragg. District No. 13-I'oter Lund, captain, R. Livingstone, J. Scott, R. Nim-nions* District 14-E. Ainsworth, captal% Dl.-jtrlct No. 15-C. R. Daniel, cup-tain, WrA. Hamilton. District No. IG-Dr. J. H. Rivfirs, captain, A. .C. Stewart. The district boundaries are as follows: , District No. 1-Wo.st by rivor, nortli by P. R. tracks, south by Urd Ave. and east by nth Sti-eet. District No. 2-North by 3vi\ Ave. S, west by river, south by Gth Ave. S., and east by Stli St. S. District No. North by ;!rd Ave. S., west by Dth St. S., south by Htli Ave. S.. and east by 7lh St.' District No. 4-North by 3r belwoon ^0 and 21. south line between 7 and 8. _ The teams will meet at supper at G.30 Monday'night in the V. M. C. A. auditorium to coniplotc the organization. The Local VVork In order to answer some qucsllons which may be asked in connection with the Y. M. C. A. campaign to bo held on May 7th, 8th and 9th, the Y. M. C. A. submits: That In order to do its work more offidiently it will require 'increased revenue. .. U has boeu decldot! to give free rnombershlps" to all Lethbridgc haya between the ages ot 10 and 14 years .inclusive, beginning with the ;'all terra, so tliat It will be necessary to engage an efficient boys secretary and a physical director who will devote all bis time to the physical actlvItleB of the. aasoclutiaH. Mr. Geo. B. McKlllop' wiio has done such good work as physical director at the "Y" and as drill instructor of the luiblic schools. Is a product of the local association and has ^enlisted with the 78th Battery. Therefore his services will not bo avHllable. ^ * . There have boen about 200 members of this association who have joined the colors, which has been a big loss to tfio association. Every unit raised in Lethbrlflge was given the privHogos of the "Y." The ostimatel] expenditures for the year 1918 to carry out the enlarged prograranio of work will amount to 1 -VAMi.QP while the estiMated revenue 1 will amount to $10,143.00. Also there are a number ot'old nc-counts that should he,paid which amount to ?2.G04.00, making in ail ?G,00,=;.00. .K>.000 therefore is the ob-jectivi- ot the campaign lor local needs and $3,000.00 for'wa'r work or the Red Triangle Fund. All money ^aisiJd in excess'of the $9,000 goes to the War Work Fund exclusively. AT THE MAJES-f-IC Tt you hav(! businrsii worries or family affairs arc on your mind, Anyone liaving such pictures should send copies io the Board of Trade. BtLLEVUE �WINS THE 011. . London, May 3.-Sapper Barwlck, of l^cUevue, AUa.. witl\ a numbov ot other Canadian soldiers, is gazetted with the Distinguished Conduct Modal. y\o was cut oft with tour others whenWi niaidiine gun gallery was jlown^ in. Ho dug himself nii(t his romrades out. but was blown In again. For u second time ho cut his way out, Having tho lives ot all Ills comijanions. LOLITA'ROBERTSON With Max FIgman in "Nothing But : tho Truth" coming to the IVlajoa-> , Uo Mpu(Jay;.uUUtj May �tJi will not have any more IidIi-- puin hcd In it than, he can help. So when he waa introduced to Ashtcn l)f>rj-li()!l and told tlial ho might iiavc liitn to support Car-moi Myers in "The (lirl in ilir Dark." which is tho moving |)ii!iir(> iiaiiie for CharlGJTEdmond Wnlk'a populai- uoVol. "The Green Seal." !i- guvc him a chance to back- oiii. "This role culia lor line,! real Blunts and they ari' kuuh' Klunta iintl must bo done close up. I can't use a substitute. Arc yen ijiinu'. .Mr. Doar-holt?" / "I eatthetn all", ' rciilit^d Dciu-hoU. who had Just alfeiiiMl a Hhi'liird contract blank. "iThc more aiunta tl\cre are the better 1 wilj lilti; iiiia Joli." Tills picture ia at ih,. Orpbeui'h tonight. Also Wm. K. lli.rtt in "Double-Crossed." AT STAItLAND Mdrlon Fairfax. th(' writcir of "The Secret Game." whicli priuniac^i to bi; otic of the most tiill;ci| of pliotoplay.a of the year. Is not only an author, but the wife of a very uoll known cluirac-, lor actor, Tully Jlic.-ili.-ill. 'i'lic couiilo.; boiy well known lo lilni devolccs all over the conrvtry d.l"n work to.gcther. the one writing .(lie oihci- iiitcrpieilng l)hotoplnya. "Thf S"itci rjume." wliich Is Mrs. -Marsliail'a (Marion I'^airtax's) latest work, lias been tilm- nd by I'aranioiiiit w a nose actor. Scasue star. Tho. story "dc ional afl'air.s of the has bcpii portrayed Ing nii'nncr by the c tor. ft will appear tonight. An oxcee oilv, "The Lamb." Lloyd, will iilscr be ith the not oil Jn))-llayakawn. na ilio ials with inlurnaf-' pro.ai'nt time anil in ii moat fasclnal-Icvcr Jnpani'ite ac-at Starhuid again dingly good com-1 featuring Ilaroiil shown. ' Sir Ciilbert Parker, the famoua Bug-i Hall novelist", aevorni of wIio.hc licat I known atorios are to be prepared for; tho acrccii hy J. SlUiirt l!lac:ktou. the-Paramount director, known to film history us tiio maker of "'i'lip Hiiltlc* Cry of Peat^e" and other slupendDus ; liroduclitms. lins hcen able to pcr.aoii-^ .�illy watch and work witli Conimodnre Ul.icklon on the filming of "Tlic .lu.l;;-inent Mpuse." which will lie .the first on,'' lo be released, and wliich has liiH'n bookeii for Starland on' Monday and Tucsilay. ' Ox-rirawn Red Cross nnilnilaiicca. iHirac." rofruUed .hastily from all ranks ; of aocioty. from the stage to tlie iilgli-eat Hociot.v of Ijondon and bai'k, and , peers dolng_ menial acrvici! in ilie army, are some of the unuaual sighia to be seen in "Tiic jHtlgmoiit ilouan" o RPHEU TONIGHT ONLY Prices IO0-2O0 M CAR MEL MYERS in "The Girl Id The Dark" --also- Wm. S. Hart in "Double Crossed" EMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY SHE WENT IN FOR BOHEMIAN Llf='E BECAUSE SHE WAS A- 99 ) be seen in "The Jutlgmont ilouan" a (C^V � I IT^ ^ Jk. /IM^lkT Tln.ao h.'entis Khow the terrible ban-! |1 |-H /% B M Rl of C. Gardner .Sulllvan'.s CoiiU'die.m, 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 Putting On in Aid of the Returned Veterans. DOORS OPEN AT 8.45 Monday: Madame Petrova in ''Life's Mask THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BLDG., 7TH ST. S. OLDEST ESTABLISHED DECORATORS IN ' LETHBRIDGE. ^l1e Master of Screencraft Pnsenf:^ , ^ AT STARLAND * monday and tuesday NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. OKI "THE LAMB"-COMEDY DOREEN WHITE IN SONG LAST .TIMES TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTUREIS PRESENT SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN f THE SECRET CRIME" EBKi MAJESTIC BNEXTMOmAYMAY6 Prices $1.50, $1,00, 75c, 50c NOT, a Moving Picture. SEATS org -SALE AT BOX OFFICE' NOW MAJE8TIC Next Tues. - Wed. May Ml AUGUSTUS PITOU (Inc.) Presents America's Foremost Comedlenns^ MAY ROBSON IN A MELODRAMATIC FARCE A BLEND OF MYSTERY, LOVE AND LAUGHTER LITTLE BIT OLD NEW YORK CAST AND PRODUCTION BEST UP-TO-THE-MINUTE PLAY of the SEASON OVERFLOW�^NG with HUMOR & KEEN DIALOGUE FASHIONED By ANNA NlfSHOLS - Filled with RAPID ACTION This is NOT a Motion Picture SEAT-S ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE NOW j Prices ....$1.S0, $1.00, 7Sc, 50c - \h ;