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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, XOVEMDKU M. 1 THE. DAILY HICHAUJ PACK FIVE u .N A ff ADDRESS RELATIVES OF J9TH BATTEHY MEMBERS I.t. Andrew M. iharp. Latert BUY VICTORY, Dt DenA MlM LUKE, MESSENGER1 TWO REEL COMEDY JESSE L. LAiKY WALLACE Rtii) and ANITA KfiTC IN "THE SQUAW MAN'S SON" A Piramsunt Prtcw, 20c and We 25 The Pass Word to pleasure, for the fighters abroad and workers at home is WRIGLEYS rt The name of the famous Chewing Gum that has won its way around. the world. Three fine flavours Small in cost Big in benefit It is a Stimulant and a Health-help all in one.] It benefits teeth, breath, appetite and digestion.1 It steadies" stomach and nerves." It is ever refreshment i wheii you're fagged, MADE IN CANADA The Flavour lasts AT THE MAJESTIC TR-O automoWlej dash at halr-ra ..X speed through the streets of city; -The smaller car, 9ligKlly lii'lhe cad, contains a youtig man snil wom- nn. The' heavier car, Is gaining raphllf, anrt the lour men who ire riding In ft, fire the fugitives 'rom lime ID lime.'' So desperate are :hc Elates thai no thought is taken of llio police. The cars round the street: corners atta speed which threatens to CBDsIze Ihera, but righting themselves, seemingly by a miracle, on. Tftey dfinroncii The Hrst machine "apceds'acroaa, the driver Ignoring the guards who signal to him [o.fiiop.. As the second canapproacbes Ihe'guards signal still more furloualy- It Is a bridge, anil the fflacn- laery has been starM to open 'the, diiw. Too late the occupants of the danger.- (Tlie chaulleur iainB on' the brakeJC but; either they fall to work or Ihe mechanizm 'Is dc- Jyed by the momftnlura.' The.draw half open, but terrific, la the speed that tho Incline offers Insuffi- cient resistance. Like a squirrel cHmblng.D tree, It shoots up, up, up. A Chorus o( shouts. The .huge car dlres off, and drops 60 feet Into the As fiction II night seem Im- but Herbert Bronnen In his Orlffen-PJclurfs nroducllbrj, "The lane Wolf" han shown that It la not Impossible. The Identical scene, acC-' inn for action, shown In Ms screen Torsion of Louis Joseph Vance's pop- ular romance. For' Herbert Drerion rices'noi bcllovs In Milng anything. ItH'prolodrama calls- for tin episode which Is nol humanly, possible, thai episode ia'struck o'ul of the manu- Script Tie above Is onlT one of Ihe manr of sUrtllae, reility whidli appear 1.1 KLow> Watt" which will be Ihe at Ae T'Qealrs.Moniiy Tiles day nert.. New York, when Ihe lafce and there was real frigidity En'th'a air hesldes, (George SelbyJ, be- trothe'd'lo Mnrgaret Walsh (Virginia Is lost on the Ice with 'his Russell Barrldan A Ihlrd companion dies, and.Graham that the body be buried between the Ice. Darrldan, Ihe, Tillnln of the play, suggests that It bo itirott-n lo Ihe ings, so that Ihe ani- mals may subsist aud carry tiiem on to safety. Graham reruaes, and bur- ies the body. Tonight as an extra lealure; Slenor Vclmore will appear in songs. r AT THE EMPRESS Ih any of the gay midnight larka nake college dayj the happiest) it-one's life? Ever make rarebit or. [udge noac of the pow- ers that certain expulsion, [rora school, if discovered? If you lave done nny ot these things you vrlll thoroughly, er.'oy thlj week's chapter 6f "Gloria's which Is fll the'Empress.- The Big Secrel Is nlao being shown. Therlt'la frigid.Teallly mister In that part (j( of tho fi'lal Squaw Edwin Jllltori Boyle's famous drama, was tho first story erer plclurized by the Laskx Company. So Us "success and 50 great w.as the demand'of the" amusemenl- seeking.public to know That became of little Hai; son of' Nat-u-rich and Ihe Squaw Man, that Edwin Jlllton Hoyle was oasily induced to' continue lie story. "The Sqiiaw Man's Son" shows llllle Hal as 'a j-oung man.- He has gonc'to" Englantl to etijoy his'Hihsr's title and estates aril Is the call of the west Is so strong that he returns to his people and he'Is fj'ret seen as chief ot the Indian police of a western reservation.-" Here he meets a youn's Carlisle graduate who Is teaching Ihe Indian school. Tho two fall. The Indian agent w.bq'ls tho represen- tatlye of tho asphalt irual, attempts 10 rob the Indians of their Valuable concessions. How Hal IhvrSVla this, returns, to England only to it tilled back to again protect his people is finally free lb, marry and eavca her Iron; deata on the grave of bis mother, Is brohgat about la a moat exciting and gripping At' Btarland lonlfht and Spirella Goods Maide to Miss Knapp .Phone Dotn. Blk. f AT STARLAND Br a t strange coincidence, ".The The G. W. ARE HOLDING A IhistDrive and Dance Veteran1! Hall Trw oW Dsmlnfon Land Offlct t Nov. 16 I L AdmlMlwi: Wo tti Cut for North mi South.) ai V 'i. 'J i :-'J' FRANK DV PITRI ir pi i UpLIL AT ROOMS STREET S. Nov. IjSth jp.ni. ta lolH oik, and elm. Afl fa'prMllwllJi now; a 'tail, cbinp'leto ffllli Dnralnlpn sprtiji u tclt mattresses; several squares of scoj extending dlihig' set of 6 oak rAifci'V. isveral pairs Ihres Tety'good Si'eiLof dlshiy ind nnnierouj snvUto TERMS CASH ;