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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE USDAV, NOVICMHtfrH-Jli. inl THE LKTHBmnUE DAILY HERALD is a story going III" rounds In cerlain British political circles lo Ihe uffi.i-l Unit dnrliiK the Jlom cri-i" when Sir Edward l-arson. and I.ielll.-Col. mem- ber for Ilic eastern 01' futility Down, were iironiini n Hkiiii In nffins ml lin 1 on dm M. this country is not actually set forth in the action of the troops in combat or the episodes that keep the interest! intensely awake, there might be some j logical conclusions, for future decision i fro... pon hclow free trial. orniil th9 cou- y for a perfectly FHEE SAHIPtE COUPON r.AsnD DRUG COMPANY. ess I'yiumia BlilB., Mnrsholl. Mleh rt mo a Frco snmplo of plain, wrapper- drawn from the photoplay. Tonight Ilio feature, Conrlmartialled make "Behind the Lines" ai photoplay. "Peculiar Patient's Comedy SIMM. MR FLEMING TONIGHT Last Time ..nil British Columbia Rail- thence to Vermilion, via the East l--il'd of Lesser Slave Lake and thence Bellsroc.k on Ihe Great Slave river. METRO! "The Middleman" Featuring Albert Chevalier. L-KO Comedy with Billy Ritchie and Uni- versal Weekly, Latest News. IPHEU TO NIGHT Prices 10c-i5c 'Court-martialled' A Stirring Military Drama in 4 Acts. With an All Star Cast. Also War Weekly and Comedy. s lin" a' new religion and having gained! woman." who will be seei I-i ?-irge following, establishes a colony ijestic for matinee I at Heechcrofl. He ir of "Every-j n at the Ma- "Ciininiilo .lolin." a splendid I'alhe I teatiire reatiiring the popular stars, i Until Roland and William Elliott., i played to a large crowd at StarUind I last night, and will be shown for the hast limes lonight. The story is a i little out of the ordinary and the pic- i mre is a decidedly uaiciue one. A cer-j lain rogue conceives the idea of start-i mauuuu and night next Df, lie receives donations j Monday, Nov. 20. is a new discovery j to SI 000 000. ot which he I and a new sensation in the world of Isnends about JCOO.OOO in establishing; the stage. She rises to stardom prac- I the colonv and building n .jpaplor macho tically from seclusion. Her beauty, itemole 'ilia duplicity is discovered: magnetism and dramatic instinct are l-ind livelv tmtes, culminating in thoUo compelling that after Henry TV. i burning of the temple ensue. This Savage saw her first performance in i Feature combined with a side-splitting -Everywoman." he offered her a three 1 comedv and a duet by Miss Simm and years' contract whereby she is to be I Mr FleminE make a splendid pro- starred on Broadway next year in a igrani play specially written for her. oil Friday and Saturday a stupen- ln respects Miss Shay's slid-1 I dous Fox production. "The riBC to jame paralells the story of LAST TIMES TONIGHT RUTH ROLAND and WILLIAM ELLIOTT in "COMEADE -JOHN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FARNUM The Screen Star in "THE PLUNDERED" A Splendid Feature in Five Acts. O ORPHEUM MON. ONLY MILITARY OCTETTE; WHOTT FOUR. BILL "OB M.LLARD; CORRELL. O.LLETTE; HERBERT The who hotter known jf j Genera! Tom Thumb, reccnUy ce.ebr.t.rf her h Harry Carey, dous Fox production. "The riBC to lame paralells the story of v-ith William Farnuni in the She is only 22. the role, will be the feature. I age at ,vhich Hiss Marlowe made her I null slip too COllleS At Siic Ens press Mary Rider's thrilling romance, -Behind Ihe has been trans- lated to the screen for Bluebird photo i debut on Broadway, and she too comes I from a family whose moans have en-! abled them to give her every advan- tage of training and specialized educa- tion to equip her for her career. Even without her training nnd tive ability, Miss Shay could hardly stage For with her almost suectac-j ular golden hair, deep blue eyes, rose-bud complexion and th i r., iii-itn v tho late Genera! Tom Thumb, recently her ras in Middlelioro. near Eoaton. The picture show, the county ami and j IT -I SOME JOLLY-CAN ADIAN HEROES i successes in a season of the camera. Now however, she considers that her career has just begun. And it is the intention of her managers that she shall have the full opportunity to which her beauty anil ability entitle her. GLYCERINE AND BARK PREVENT APPENDICITIS The simple mixture of buckthorn b-irk glycerine, etc., known as Adler- i-ka 'astonishes Lethbridge people. Be- cause Adier-i-ka acts on ,BOTH lower and upper bowel, ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipa- tion sour stomach or gas. It removes such surprising foul matter that a few relieve or prevent appen- dicitis A short treatment helps chron- c stomach trouble. The INSTANT, easy action of Adier-i-ka is astonish- D. Higinbotham t Co., Ltd. Matinee at 2.30 Sharp 37 8FEAKINQ PARTS, LARGE CHORUSES SCENIC CLEOVHKML EFFECTS. A 8PEC1AV ACCOMPANIES THE ORGANIZATION. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MJlK MILK AND DSLIV6REO CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK Milk supplied from Individual cows the tubercular test by the govern- ment veterinarian. EOGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1S24 801 7th St. S. Tukcu Just as To Great Britain Excellent, service on largo twin screw steamers. DIRECT GLASGOW SAILINGS; From Steamer Montreal ATHENIA St. John SATURNIA Portland CASSANDRA Halifax CASSANDRA Prepaid tickets from Scotland is- s'ncd at lowest, rates. For rates and other information apply to any rail- road or steamship or LINE H. E. LIDWfAN, Agent. Winnipeg. St. ph. B.C. 531 Granville St. The One and Only Company ALL SEATS FOR BOTH PER- FORMANCES NOW SELLING AT THE HEDLEY DRUG CO. PRICES NIGHT: 50c MATINEE: 75c, 50c IF MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT DARKENS SO NATURALLY NOBODY CAN TELL. i Grandmother kept her hair fully darkened, glossy and attractive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur, i Whenever her hair took on that dull, i faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with won- derful effect. By ashing at any drug store tor "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur 1 you will get a large bot- tle of this old-time receipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, all ready to useMor about 60 cents. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. well-known down town druggist says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound now because; it darkens so naturally and evenly nobody can tell it has been applied- it's so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft bmsh and draw it through your hair one strand at, a 1 time. By morning the gray hair dii- -appears; after another application or two, it is restored.to its natural col- or and looks and beautiful. This preparation is a delightful toilet requisite. It is not ..intended'for cure, mitigation' or prevention ol ;