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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAlt.Y t-'ouivrerox IMPRESS TONIGHT BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS. Inc. Presents "The Unattainsiiie" DOROTHY DAVENPORT and EMORY JOHNSON Leading a select company of Slusbird Camera Artists A leoend of the Sierras, vizua- Uzed iS stirring scenes, embody- ing the majestic beauties of rugged nature. George. in Cub Comedy. SIR GEORGE PERLEY ON HIS NEW JOB 1 Ottawa, Nov. 3. A fiiMe- cram received today announc- ed that Sir Course Vcrloy has been .sworn in as overseas min- ister of militia by U t-rlf- fith. secretary of the hiph commissioner. Sir Geursr wi at onco take up his new dut- ies as nh'mster of overseas, and will continue to act as Can- adian high commissioner in London. (HIDE. EACH FBI 1HEF1 Three SURGEON'S BATTLE WITH MADMAN SAVES SOLDIERS months each were the son- handed out today by Sut't. Pen- nefathcr and Inspector Chancy sitting on tho eases or .lemiro liocca and Frank riliaro ot No. 6 charged with Last Friday the men jumped the city lakins with them clothing and oilier goods belonging to .Mike Uomco valued at over MOO. The Mounted 1'oiiee were wired information and i.vt, n-en wanted were I'lckcd at" Moose .law. arrested the n-llr were armed with two sheath knives and an automatic loaded to the guards. London. Nov. J. -in army ius't'receiv-! distinguished service order medal for his daring in dealing a mad soldier. The insane man vas creeping along a trench tmvard his own comrades with a bomb In hand, when discovered by the Jones 'wrenched one bomb hi, farm ignited as he was nassmg HAT CROWN BLOWN FROM HEAD BY GAS EXPLOSION Lindsay. Out.. Nov. Web- her a farmer ot Fenelon township, suffered a broken arm when the gas accumulated ill a well being bored on band and threw with a lighted lantern. He was hurled against house. Increas watch has been provided battery and eleviric .amp cr.n be read at night. that it have been hurt overpowered the lunatic. JOHN T. DOYLE CO, "The Danger Line" HARDEEN The Handcuff King PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA. Prices 50c Two Shows, 7.45-9.30 TODAY AND TOMORROW ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME Showing Latest War News. Good Comedy. "RMl Life, and "Seeins America First." This is a splendid programme. iiic IMII iwj___...... llud and in his neck. The lantern was (lung against the barn and a three-Inch plank was blown over the roof of the house. The well was SO feet deep. What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic The Eckhardt Players, a clever i troili'e of dramatic artists, will coir.e :to the Majestic tor three days com- n-.encm; next Monday evening, and will present popular plays. Don't iail j to see them. ROAD BUILDING THEORY TRANSFERRED FROM OFFICE TO_FIEL1> At the Empress Because Bessie an actres. made sure' to protect herself from in- MRS ANNIE SHERWOOD HAWKS I One of the most prominent hymn writers in the world, who is critically ili at her home in rjennusgton, Vt. in her year. Her greatest fTif was'achieved througu the hymn i -1 Need Thee Every Hour" said to i have been translated inio more lung- i unces than any other musical piece of i ItVkiml. rinicnis oi --i- ick resenifltives- from back the roail -pavement. SSS clbeJ to Uie completion otherE present were (without doubt or lorebodmR, THE IRISHMAN AND THE JEW. He contll! Sir Frederick Williams Taylor. -AS tho irishman passed Notre is so well known in the financial i Dame very properly took r his hat and to his surprise the RECRUITING IS PICKING UP title as general man liank of Montreal hardly Jew also doffed his hcadsear. East Lake Street las. night r Nights 1 Stating Mcit WESTERN CANADA'S FAVORITES The Oliver Eckhardt Players IN A REPERTOIRE OF HIGH CLASS PLAYS MONDAY NIGHT THE DELIGHTFUL COMEDY DRAMA "Sweet Clover" White Because she was left, ua accidentallv, strantlfd among the foot- a.small boy applied a match to us lur hill, oi the Sierra Nevada Mountain.'A fire engine company was called out while on a theatrical tour, she met to squirt water in us and married a real man. albeit he was after it had brushed against some a sheep herder. Because there came straw packing around to Bessie the ionsinz to see once more carboys on tne nlattorm oi the h.d- the "bright because she. wards Lighting Fixture conn and listened to the call ot the stage. Blue-'started a hot blaze i bird Photonlays Have been provided chemical hand apparatus lol owe.tut with an excellent scenario tor "The blazing cat's trail and put out seier.l Unattainable." the feature to be ex-.other small "res. nibited at the Empress theatre to-; night with Dorothy Davenport and j Emory Johnson leading a splendid1 company in engaging entertainment.! Pictoraily the work is made beautiful i by the natural scenery of the Sierras} and expensive "ssts" defining the haunts of the millionaires in New York. Its dramatic is assur- ed in the efforts of a carefully se- lected company, chosen to interpret' the Old Time Sage the vanous loles because of the adaptability of the artists to the re-1 o.uisite impersonations. world that nccds'melUionTns! in an address to Dame Cathedral and the head office! Montreal. Winnipeg. Nov. dur- ,..R October showed a slight improve- i incut, according to official figures giv- en out at iiio local headquarters to day. Din-ins: the month 775 men en- listed in military districts Nos. 10 and 12, as compared with -164 lor Septem- ber. i "TUESDAY NIGHT BEULAH POYNTER'S DRAMATIZATION OF "LENA RIVERS" MARY J. HOLME'S BEST NOVEL WEDNESDAY NIGHT THE ROARING, CYCLONIC COMEDY "THE THREE TWINS' POPULAR _ 75c _ goc 25c RICES NO HIGHER new At The Orplieiun 'phur and Nobody .Will Know. Gray hair however, handsome, tie- notes advancing ase. We all know the i advantages 01 a youthful appearance. Your hair is voiir chtirm. It maUes The bis bit in the Pantages bill atj mars the It fades, turns the Orpheum next week is, of course. and streaked, just a few Hardeen, the handcuff king, who of Sage Tea anci Sulphur, capes from any number of glances its appearance a hundred- 1 supplied and tested by interested I j members of the audiences. His real! stay gray? Look young! Either thriller this season is a sensational es-! rircpare the recipe at home or get 'cape from a huge water-tight and any drug store a 50-cent bottle light ca3 into which he is tightly Sage and Sulphur Com- i ed and covered with watert Tlie j whtch is merely the old time heavy lid is fastened on with six pad-, J.ccjpe' jmpr0ved by the addition .of I locks and presto! in a moment ingredients. Thousands of folks :deen, dripping and smiling emerges; recommend this ready to use prepara- 1 from behod the curtain. Hardeen is' i not to be explained. One merely ac- cepts him. -The banjo act by Howard and Ross is undoubtedly clever, but would be more entertaining if they confined the performance to the grand opera selec- tions. These are decidedly good and are not as frequently met with tion because it darkens the hair beau tifully, bssidss. no one can possibly; tell, a'a it darkens so naturally and j evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft brush with it, drawing this through the hair, taking'one-small strand at, i a time. By morning) the gray naif j disappears; after another application and Sulphur .Coir.- pound-is a delightful toilet refjuisite. Is not intended for the cure, n-.iti- gation or jirsvent'on of D. ft Co.. Ltd., Dniggiats. TONIGHT SATURDAY WM. FOX PRESENTS Betty Nansen, Holmes and Jean Sothern in "SHOULD A MOTHER Everyone should see this wonderful picture. It deals with a problem that may confront any mother at any time. This is the first of the great Fox features, which are played tn over thirty theatres in..New York. Next Friday and Sat- 'urday! Theda Bara, the vampire woman, in "The'Galley ni'ti IIUL us mtt or two its natural color is restored and vaudeville as the juggling seen in the j -t thick, glossy and lustrous, first part of the act. you appear years younger. The act "The Danger Line." put on- by John T. Dovle and company sjesms to be wasting its moral lesson on the prohibition air ot Lethhridge. The first scene is a heart-reading glorified edition of "Father, dear father, come home with me now." Father doesn't come and the remainder of the act is i a fearful lesson in the way of the i drunkard with a dramatic signing of the pledge at the end. The clever 'Japanese acrobats have a turn and deserve all the ap- plause they get. Woods, Melville and Phillips have the usual line of songs and patter, no better and no worse than the usual run. Their comedian was built by nature to be ono and succeeds fairly well in some places. The dancing in this act is the best thing they do. I Then we have Joe back again with Iris line of nonsense which somehow seems to appeal to a pood ,111 If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Give Fruit Laxative 3t Once. Again will you buy goods at such Low Prices until long after the war is over Everybody that prices on merchandise arc goin Why not buy your fall and winter supply now and save tne WOOLEN GOODS Men's Wool Underwear Real good value at 51.35 each. 95C Going at, eacli Boys' Fleece Combinations A tew ictt. 95c oing at Boys' Sweaters Real Heavy knit. Sale Price Regular i'S SUITS OF THE VERY BEST MAKES Keariihu- Blue Sale price Kesi'ulsu- Gray. Price Brown. Sale Trice Brown Sale Trice Also ;i bis l lot work_ins .suits at COME IN AND SEE TH M part of the why. A change audience. One wonders of program for tonight with good Dramas and comedies. At Starland Since tho beginning of time, it is said "tliat women have been called up- I on to hear most of the burdens Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup oi that this is their ideal laxative, because tliey lovo its pleasant and it thoroughly cleanses the tt-mlor little stoinacli, liver and bowels with-, ouL griping. j cross, irritable, feverish or I breath is barl. stomach sour1, look at the tongue, Molhor! If coated, give E teaspoonful of this harmless "fruh. w niiraens anil in ;i few hours'all the of the world. In all foul, constipated waste, sour bile and. Is the primitive instinct in I undigested food passes out of Uie bow- protect their young. In "Should ajeis, and yon havo a well, playful child Brother which will be shown at i "gain. When Its little system is ful! Starland tonight and tomorrow, Betty [oi cold, throat sore, ban stomach aclie, Nansen. as the mother of a beautiful [diarrhoea, indigestion, bcr, a good "inside cleansing should girl, is confronted with the great prob. lem of allowing an innocent and up- always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keop la Syrup of Kiss" handy; they know a right young man to he ruined, or hav- ing disgrace fall on her own beautiful oj.ui. daughter. .Mothers! What would you! teaspoonfiil today .saves: a child doV under the circumstances? Per- tomorrow. u with Viw Nati-tconi bottle of Sa of the llas for Bens o, i- i aml grown-ups WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORT- MENT IN THE CITY. Boys' Wcarbctter Hints in Norfolk styles in brown, and striped bine worsteds. Kegular Sale Price........... S8050 Boys' oi- dark brown wors- teds'. Ecffiilar Sale S7.25 Boys' Extra Special Dai'k Gray Tweeds. Hale ABSOLUTELY THE BEST BARGAIN IN THE Boys' Extra Special Two Piece Hnits, from 4 to 7 years. Sale Pi-ice... Men's Wool Sox, Sale price..... 20c MEN'S COATS You will find real money savers. We can give you :i real good warm ulster. a Chinchilla Ulster for COME IN AND SEE THEM JJO Shoes strong tan ivork boot. Regular CQ 9C S4.30. Sale Price................. 9J.LO Oond wearing leather lined boot. J3.95 A genuine gunmetal laced shoe. Jj for Hcnl good wearing laced or buttoned tfn 7C boots for........................." 'P A Snap in Leather 'Suit Cases Trunks Good imitation leather suit case. dj-l OIJ 24 inch for.......................... Heal Leather Ones Trunks of AH Descriptions. We can save from 20 to 40 per cent, on them as we bought them long ago. One'could not jmlSe these bargains without racing them. convince yon. A call will 5TERN MERCANTILE COMPANY "Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty" (iOO Third Avenue S. Phone 1724 ;