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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SEVEN SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1917 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD" If you make your coffee iri a percolator, ask your grocer for Seal Brand Coffee ||||l-IN?E:|CROUWD The top of each can is marked as above. In J4, 1 and 2 lb. Tins. Never sold in Bulk. Alberta to Furnish 5400 Men Under Conscription CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL. 185 311 ASSESSMENT 13th St. North, Business Men's Appeal in Court Dismissed FRENCH TORPEDO ' ? BOAT IS SUNK > -I- Paris, May 19. - French tor- > imrto boat destroyer Jioutofou > wim Hunk by striking a mine In '' tile naval engagement between * tlu) entente and Austrian ves- > sels In tlio Adriatic on May 15. * according to a semi-official > statement today. 2: Jin lor H. A. Wurtele, graduated Kingston, 1000. AT THE ORPHEUM Today rounds out the second week of the Harris & Proy players and judging froth the crowds they are attracting it is safe to predict they will hold the boards at this popular house for another month at least Commencing Monday The College Widow will he the offering,and is one) of the best come'tlies this company offers. It contains an abundance of sparkling quick-fire comedy, tells a consistent .story-full of laugable incidents and ''&iV r. Hardwood tree'stumps are softened in Germany so that they can be removed with picks by boring holes into them and filling the holes with equal parts of nitric and sulphuric acid. Blotchy Skin Many a time you have looked Into the mirror and wished that your skin would be like other people that you know, "without a blemish." This wish can bo yours for the asking. Wash D. D. D, the lotion of healing oils, over your pimples or blotches tonight -and wake up in the morning to find them gone.-J. D. Hlginbothom & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbrldgc.-Advert. Children KramMes because licious and ? * Jwdlds because it is macte of the whole of Durum wheat, liook irv ... ______ .. _. .. step would likely be taken at Cpaldalei asj(i0 their studies for play it will give .1____ TT-11 ___.;.'ln�n.! n ' .... . soon. Miss Gladys Hall ..rendered a splendltfsolo irtiier'pleasfng style, and Rev. jfr. Burns! of Knox church, fol-16\ved with a short address. Mrs. A. Annotts sang and Rev. G. H.'Cobble-dick of Wesley church, spoke words flf good cheer to the united congregation. The refreshments were in charge of the Ladies' Aids of Westminster and St. Andrew's, unci' were provided so bountifully that a large portion remained uneaten, which speaks well for the generosity of the providers. A wonderful' work lies before the United Church of North" Leth-brljlge, J and the' congregation gqes into the future confident of success. ? FIRE IN BRITISH VESSEL ' SUES MONTREAL MAIL Montreal, May IS.-An application was made in the practice count today on behalf of B. A. McNab, for a winding-up order against tho Montreal" Daily Mall. Mr. McNab, who was formerly editor, -entern action for an account of ?G,000. ' Boston, Mass., May 18.-Fire of unexplained origin today caused $50,000 damage to the million dollar cargo of the British steamer Matoppo at her dock. The vessel was not damaged. you some idea as to what happens in The College Widow. ! Mr. O'Hoollhan. an alderman, arrives at tho college to visit his daughter, and right there is where the fun starts. The girls-are'out for a holiday and what they do .to O'Hoolihan would convulse any audience with laughter. A special picture program has been arranged Tor and the first half of the week promises to out-do all former efforts. FIRE FROM EXPLOSIONS Niagara Falls, May 18.-Fire ' from explosions of unknowp cause in the chloro-benzol manufacturing plant of the Electro-Chemical'? company late this afternoon had caused $200,000 damage and endangered' tho entire milling district. ^ N For Sale We can supply a limited amount of DOMESTIC COAL IN CARLOAD LOTS. WRITE OR PHONE Rock Springs Coal Brick Co;, Ltd. TABER, ALTA. Krum fetes �a AT THE MAJESTIC - What is said to bo the first successful attempt" to synchronize a long picture .production with a musical score lias been accomplished by William Furst, composer of -the lyric accompaniment to "Joan the Woman." This picture, which is in eleven reels, and takes about two and one-half hours for exhibition, will be shown at the Majestic next Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 2fi. Miss Geraldine Farrar, noted American prima donna, is the star, appearing in tho role of Joan of Arc. A special symphony orchestra travel with tho production. ""Little Miss Innocence," one of the finest musical comedy hits of the season with Mr. Charles Grnmlich, Miss Blanche Wilcox, and an excellent cast surrounded, with a bevy of. pretty and bowitching girls, will be the attraction at .the Majestic next Wednesday and Thur&lay. with -ft special matinee on Thursday (Victoria Day).x Charles Grnmlich,'who is featured with "Little Miss Innocenco.v has been identified for many seasons with tho very best shows of this kind in the states, anH is known as tho "Charlie Chaplin" of musical comedy. "Little Miss Innocence" is a high class musical, comedy in two acts, interspersed with twenty-one musical numbers, introducing all the latest hits of tho day, and presenting for the first time during the action of the play n comedy quartette featuring Palmer Mines, Charles Gramlich, George Totters and Tom Findlny, all , well,, knowh singers and comedians. Seats will be ready Monday at the Assini-boia MubIc Store. Those who appreciate really worth while entertainment will enjoy tho current attraction at tho Majestic theatre. The show in question is the Kellay Lane Vaudeville road show, and this company are certainly deserving of the highest praise, judging by their liorformnnco at the Majestic last, night.. .'N6 finer display, of "histrionic ability has even been seen on the local stage than ths character impersonations of. Mr. Alfred T. Loyrie. With lightning rapidity, in Hie matter of njhaugeS/Of costume and make-up, Mr. Layno Impersonates King George, President Wilson, Teddy Roosevelt, President Poincalre, General Joffre, ^Earl Kitchener, and a number of other cole-brides. Loring,Kel|ey and Betty J3ar-rowVwero seen in a'very good comedy Bketch "His Night Out." An enjoyable feature of tho show is the comedy-dramatic playlet "Their First Quarrel," which afforded much amuBom.ent.laBt night. The other features qf the"show are all very good. Not a-single tho.. ntregoor in the city need have nny hesitation in going to tho Majestic tonight, for tho show will nfford genuine entertainment and is good in evory respect' fllsS\yELTt1fABTB' AT STARLAND TONIGHT ONLY TONIGHT ONLY GEORGE BEBAN Star of "Pasquale" In HIS SWEETHEART A-drama full of pathos and comedy. "What London Saw at Don't miss this wonderful cartoon showing the destruction of, . a Zeppelin by Flight Lieutenant Robinson near London. "Luke's Lost Liberty," Comedy COMING MONDAY - TUESDAY Jesse L. Lasky Present Charming" MARIE DORO IN "LOST AND WON" ORPHEUM TODAY HARRIS AND PROY'S MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING "The Rose of Panama" A SCREAMING FARCE COMEDY NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY "THE COLLEGE WIDOW" Matinee Daily: Prices.................. Children 10c; Adults 35c Evening Prices:................. Children 25c; Adults 50c Window Auction Sale AT WADDISGTON'S AUCTION" ROOMS 3. O. E. BUILDING-iTENTH STREET S. Tuesday Afternoon at 2:30 ALL THE GOODS DISPLAYED IN North Window 'of My Auction Rooms Will bo sold by .Auction without reserve on Tuesday next as above, . * , - These goods consist of very nifty items of Japanese Basket Ware, paper baskets, fruit baskots, baby baskets, work baskets,' lamp shades, etc.; also some very fine Brass Umbrella Holders, Brass vases, brass ton set, scissor sets, auto clock, hanging fern vpots, -inks sets, and tho plated ware includes very handsome desk set, about 20 platinoid and silver photo frames, nickel trays, ten ice forks and, a number of smaller items. These goods wllHie Solj.From the Window, piece by piece until they are all disposed of. Yo'vi will be interested to walk round unci look at this display of really .handsome goods. TERMS CA8H AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 Box Office Phone 1722 Advance Sale Phone 1545 LAST TIME TONIGHT AT 8.30 THE KELLEY-LAYNE HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE ROAD SHOW PRICES - 25c - 35c - 50c " Children 10c nny teat. I SFEGIU MITINEE 2 Days?: Wed., May 23 VICTORIA DRY THE SPARKLING BUBBLE OF MUSICAL COMEDY "Little Miss Innocence" With a Star Cast and Chorus of Surpassing Beauty. / Headed by the "Charlie Chaplin" of the Stage CHARLES GRAMLICH 21-BIG SONG HITS-21 GIRLS - GIRLS - GIRLS - GIRLS - GIRLS - GIRLS- GIRLS |>OPULAR NIGHTS ......................|.. $1.00 - 75c 50a - 25c A RICES THURSDAY HOLIDAY MATINEE........50c - 25o Sea+.s Ready Monday at Assiniboia Music Store, Sixth Street South, Phone 1545. TWO DAYS ONLY. NEXT FRI. & SAT. MAY 25-26 JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS THE "SUPREME CINEMA I ACHIEVEMENT JOAN THE WOMAN with Geraldine Farrar yVS JOAN-OF-ARC Directed by Cecil De Mllle Story by Jennie MacPherson ACCOMPANIED BY OWN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Screen Time Two Hoursi and Thirty-Five Minutes. PRICES.......................----50c, 75c, $1.00. A few at $t.50 NOTE-In the history of the motion picture there are but three productions which critics hail of "super-achievemets of the screen." /The first is "The Birth of a Nation"; the second Is "Intolerance"; the third is "Joan the Woman." Each of these three are on a par with each other. The production cost of "Joan the Woman" is estimated at over half a million dollars. Mail' Orders , for "Joan the. Woman" Now,' SEE "Joan, the Woman," 675938?1 ;