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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO MAJESTIC KIT IOIUV, MV (Victsrl. Day) Mallne- end Nleht JOHN CORT PRESENTS THE CELE.RATW ENdLISH Miss Marie Tempest Supported by Her Own Company from The Playhou.., London, including -_ Mr. W. Grahame Browne The Marriage of Kitty (Matinee at 2.30) HER GREATEST SUCCESS; AND Nearly Married (Night at 8.30) EDGAR SELWYN'S JOLLY FARCE OF AMERICAN SCENE AND INTEREST Seats Now Selling at Bedley Drug Co. TO TO Out of Town- Patron, may write or phone Hedley DH.J Co. for fleisrvatlons. The Bugler Boy of Lancashire A 'British War Production in Three Parts To- night To- night Coming Monday and Tuesday Charles Chaplin in "The Champion" Robert Edeson in "On the Night Stage" i ISc x- V V II It TONIGHT IS THE NIQHT-BRING YOUR COUPONS "THE CIPHER GtiDE" of "THE .MYSTERY" siu UHAPufN and ethsr in "GUZZLE'S DAY OF BEST" A Two Part Keystone .Siwclil and SALT WA- TER' and "THE OLD- _ 6ST LIVING THINOS SING AT 9 O'CLOCK f Split K.syator.e A. Sick Girl is Forwd The Ganmont Weekly of War News TWENTY By Speei.l Mr. Fleming will ling "There a Land" .We Have Exglusiye gn Both j ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Pictures EXTRA SPECIAL Vaudeville Act Dixie Trio -Genuine Comedy; Twtnty Minutes' Laughter THE RANGE WAR Three Part Feature filled with Reckleeeneee a n d also showing -the in- tenee hatred the Sheepman has for the Cattltman, caueing the Ranae War 2000 FEET OF SCREAMING I COMEDY FROM UNIVERSAL FACTORY SATURDAY CANDY MATINEE Te" every child's ticket purchae- ed a Delightful Candy; a I Large Pax of Chocolates to the I holder of lucky coupon ticket I .Met. 10c 4 A new globular life presesver to. he upon the shoulders of two can be packed flat and open- ad for uae ay. revolving a crank. ATTENTION AT THE ORPHEUM .TONIGHT Special Muaioal Programme by Orpheum Cohcirt Orchestra. Director. Overture: Hungarian Fantasia; Cela Bela Idyll: In the Candle-Light. Thiat: Meditation, Violin Solo, Request ZephyW'From Suite of Four Winds, Bendix "Follies of Shapiro, Berstein. Selection: Old Dutch, Herbet- Popular BeautifulvlJuetc Played Correctly. THE .LETHBRfDGBt PAlLf HBKALP "WHY WOMEN LIKE THE "Women go to the theatre lo sallsfy their desire for love, romance and klasee." says Miss Marie Terapeet, the greatest English comedienne, who will be at the Majestic for two per- formances, on May.24. Monday next. "Every womiMi who goes to a play -Miss Tempest continued, "with some truth, that only the situa- tions are lacking In her life, -or she would behave very much like tho act- ress whooe performance she is wit- nessing. You see, in tho lives of most people, women in particular, the inci- dents that border on tho unusual are few and far between. Humdrum ex- istence offers no opportunity for the spirit of adventure, or romance, to as- sert itself, in these days of the real- istic drama, the auditors can readily magine ihSHbeives the characters, and so run the gamut-ot emotions vhllo anchored In their seats. Thus he actor is hut an Idealization ol the auditor projected upon the stage amid extraordinary circumstances. "I furthermore believe that most people attend the theatre with the un- conscious conviction that they are go- ng to witness situations in which it would be interesting to find thera- lelves placed. Did you.aver stop to consider that leading characters are applauded because they have traits in common with their audience? "In the days of Robin Hood "one could happily satiate craving for ro- mance or adventure, _but. modern in- dividuals obey the, dictates, of common sense and satisfy the wild blood in their veins by changing their person- alities in ah orchestra, seat. And how gratifying to wou1d-bs heroes or-hero- nes to so comfortably conceal one's dentity, whenever one chooses, and riot in" the illusive lead at, make-be- leve." SPECIAL WEEK-END PROGRAM AT THE EMPRESS As the end of "The JSO.OOO.OflO Mys pnsonmeut, auu j meni against, yuu who has recovered from his injuries, j ior ally deficiency, returns to York, sending a rjated at the cit Pony Express and Transfer ORAYfNG ANn and li.up to the standard set by. the Orpheum. "The Range a three-part westerner, remarkable for its likeness lo tho conditions In this part of the country, portrays the intense hatred the sheepman has for the cattleman. Powerful la its filled with dire- devil recklessnees and thrills. Two reels: of exceptionally: funny- omedy, completes the week-end bill unsurpassed by none. Saturday we give our usual candy matinee. With ievery child's toket purchased a bag ot candy will be giv- en away. It always delights the kid- dies. To the adult holding the lucky number will'be given a large boi of cbocolatec. NOTICE To Levi McCaskill, and To George JIcGowan, both ol Chin, Alberta. You are hereby notified that the Standard Trusts company have re- covered judgment against you in the sum of and taxed costs of 5114.35, making in M the sum ol in respect ot a Woltgase foreclosure art-ion, instituted by them ou on the lith day ot Sep- L014, covering the north half m Sixteen (16) and all ol Know an Auto From Hood to Tires Espwt knowlfdw of ftatamobUa con- struction Is ewtntlllrto.cu.ownem and dilvcrt lo owntr It cer- tainty whan'judKinfl. a and n I Urgtr y wcnil car, an n iKu ng In wet ot ttp-ketp, To driver it Ri domand be his wvicw, a r ultuy, a pertnincncy of position. TQ both it rawnt U i car U right, and. net richt. what Lo do how to do it. AU tiiii valuable is set forth in tbo Automobilt oJ International Schools tht inoit thor- ough and practical 'Autofnobik Course in ths world. The subjects covertcj wi 'Gaa- olitM Automobiles, Automobile KngfnM. Automobile Automobito CarljuntenV Electijs-'lfnition, Tranimiwton Control Mschanism. Bear- and Lubrication, Automobile Tires, Automobile Operation, Tnmblet and Rem- edies, Overhauling >nd Repairs informa- tion you (o Uwwifhty under- stand any auto, from hood to uid how to handle it. This Course bMn actually m'tha biwinasi, In other words, it is practical as V'tll as theoretical. To About tt, and how >oa can most 'easilv become an automobile expert, today to ftU.SCKANTON, school teacher for tliu West LethbrUgc School District No. 2140 "with" cerllllcnlo. Dulles to commence at once. Apply stating Ilobt. 'Crawford. Sec. Treas., Pen. Del. Lethbridge. :all'd. wlto without children for'farm; '.roan, jpr general farm w.oman for general houso SITUATIONS VACANT a work; must bo good washor. Wages }50. State. nationality. Box 9 Iv, Alberta, Stave- G ty, ana women to learn the barber trade: while learn- Inr tools furnished, graduates make bit money. Catalogue free. Molei Barber College, Contro. Street, Calcary, Alia. AOENTS WANTED "Uisllnuia's1" Destrtlctiou and horrors of the Great War. Thrilling, heart rending and appalling. Greatest soil- er ever published. Only dollar., Best terms, ..Sample book free. Winstpii Co. Toronto'. T. J. Griffiths DISTRICT MANAGER 409 5th Strvtt South, Stcond Floor, SITUATIONS WANTED by young man. High 'school 'cdttcstinn'-'antl -cotmner- icial training, experienced in practical office work can operate typewriter, references. Apply Phone '1372, P. 0. Box 204. 136-6 competent womsin wants chamber work in hotel in or out ot city. Apply Box office. Notice to Creditors. IN 'THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM REX VIRTUE, DECEASED Notice is hereby given that all per- having claims upon the estate young Scotch woman, position ss general servant. Apply Box 3S Hernld. ol the Fourth Meridian in the Prov- e o! and that if you do t par the amount o! the judgment and costs and interest therein from from the 1st o( November, 1914, with- ana an ui n Townihip of the late William Rex Virtue Wes? late ol ljCU.iUI.LUKC, ittvv ....U..1, r-- prietors of the Ford Garage, Leth- bridge, Alberta, who died on the 5th day ol April, 1915, are required to send to the undersigned solicitor tor the estate on or before the full statement -o'i of any securities held ery" approaches, the episodes have be- May 19. black .silk scarf, either in Hudson's Bay store, or between that store and George Kerr'a grocery store; finder will be liberally rewarded on returning same to Mrs. Duff, 750 7th ave. bay gelding; branded C N above. 1.- on left shoulder and M86 on foot; lost from Spring Coulee about 0 days ago; finder please return to Cardston Creamery and receive re- ward. 134-6 cipher message- to Bruce. Baird- se- cures the diamonds', which he _will throw overboard as the steamer comes up the bay. Both Zudora's friends and Madame DuVal's thugs are waiting in motor boats for the- steamer, and after spectacular rush. Zudora's friends iln possession of the bag. SW Chaplin and other stars of the Keystone company will furnish plenty of amusement in the two-part special, "Guzzle'a Dav of and "Love and Salt Water" and "The Oldest Living Things in the is a split-reel with amualna: al features.. "The Silent Way" is an. ttidian.'s. treatment.of .a youna: .woman who went west for her health, and re- covered it-agalnst her will, while ''After Twenty Years" is a story of .a man -who left his. family to seek wealth, and acquired it, remaining away from home for 20 yean. On the musical programme there will be a song by the popular Lyric Quartette, at 'nine o'clock only, and Mr. Fleming, by special request, .will ling-, "There Is a Altogether, an unusually attractive proa-ram has has been arranged: ____________ ity o! Calgary, this 1st day of May, 1915. Roes, Selwood, Shaw