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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lilOAV, NOVUMIUCU 17, I'.lin THE 'LRTIIIUUDUR DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE IVIsary Nov. li rancher, livins .-about eight .vest of Nanton. in Williams' coulee ill SULTAN OF EGYPI SENTENCED TO DIE troin lloirnt. Syria, says that irllilinal IniH passed sentence n death on -llusBllin Komal I'asha, Sllllan a j Bgvpt, on tin: ground that lie placcil! under toreiKii nil.: tin: edge ill' foothills. evening lo ll" diorcs al the Irani, and dlil nut Inni. (il-owhiB alarmed, his wife v mil. In sou what was Hi" i rouble. found liiln lying i" .a Mall i'csn, horse, ill a iKiol of bh gasll in liis head. Slni drawn ''i'1 out anil hurried tor aid. All pussibl ____ In. i Regarded as Most Valuable in British Munition Plants says, by imperial lii'cree. BLUE-EYED GIRLS BEST i manner in which met liis ilfiith is i. invstiiry. and the only '.l.-.p'ran hi- sivon is lhat he fell out o'f Hie hav averheml. mi-Ik- ing his lirail in the fall on llic The horse besid was a very (tuief one. anil il is not be- lieved Ilial it was to blame. N'o I'oul vlay is suspected. [IT Boil It! The beautiful aroma of the finest cocoa beans brought out by boiling Cowan's Perfection Cocoa from three to four minutes. Girls with blue eyes can iiei- week more in munilion factoi- lis than girls with brown or hnvel f-vcs savs a London iiespateil. WlU; 'Lirls'apply for employment! these factories.the first linns, llu-j managers notice is the color ol then i WHAT FOREST FIRES I "Olhcr tilings bcins equal tliij I COST CANADA IN 1916' overseer of a great department Cnnailn lias lost Hmmui: loiesl fires !lru, American, "we. always pin In I'll i! over nine million ilollan-. This1 damsels in charge of dangerous more than six lim.-.< wlmt has I machinery or set them lo work in iieeii si.enl on forest prot'-clinn explosive section. What the Press Agents Say At Starland Mammoth exhibit of Cermau of several thousand articles maiie in liic J Department of Trade and win.- is le'vorllpg'to'slmw how oil. truly profit by hereafter making in Canada many Imes from Cerinany and ed throusli the -dMiser zone.' "Experience ha I'rom coast lo coast. The enormous sum this year's forest firc-s most were" preventible, wonld adu anuuiei to mcli) nave cuu.. vnv ;_- J-ISl) 10 Ihe first year's pension allow-j temperameuls, which rcmcr, MM :cs of nearly 1'J.OHU fanadlan more reliable in us, is a ncliiiB ill "The Spoilers." has placed ihown that girls him in (he foremost ranks of screen d j diers. is It is noteworthy that -ts of the Dominion Kf.isr leniencies is a drama full of thrills, ami is von- i-eyed sis- ceded to be an even greater play limn Spoilers." Mr. Farnum pin 111 rainy I girls come nest in weatlier their immunity from fire dam-j men liiinel, and finally blown ami tug in age. ilie season's reconi proves be-: black-eyed damsels." 1 voud gainsay that in areas wliere i At TIlC rate fire systems were in j WHY PINS VANISH _____ oiieration. losses of life anil property J Th Di SPLENDID VAUDEVILLE were licld down to a remarkable scientist Finds That They U'3 FQR MONDAY appear Into Thin Air _____ i .Mexican siuseon, nnder eonfraet lo he Mexican government to ilnveloji ineiliiiils for (lie reiifti of the voiinded. There the love story be- gins in "Ileliiml Hie Lines." the Uluc- ird photoplay lo bo exhibited at the theatre tonight, with Harry playing tile role of liic surgeon mil Kdith .Johnston appearing as the ;py. the love episodes are inter- woven stirring scenes of military com- lat. the methods of border warfare are illustrated and an authentic picture ot conditions ill Mexico, photographed on Mexican soil, are shown in accurale detail. Coupled with its value as en- tertainment, "llehind Ihe Lines" will ihriuv considerable light upon much discussed Mexican situation, giv- ing the photoplay an augmented pub- lic value. There will also be some has been of At Ihc Majestic tremendous success, will be at Ihc. .Ma lestlc next Monday. .Nov. 20. for boll te ____ bo HpHE gems of Scottish- Balladry are A wonderfully reproduced on Columbia Records with all the warm depth of senti- ment that makes their .-appeal universal. Here are three from in the Columbia Rccqrd Catalogue: This iinuumily was not matter of inck but of consistent paticv.t effort to educate settlers, lumberjacks and oth- ers in care with fire, coniileii w-itli a si stem of promptly reporting all out- breaks, and attacking forest fires in their incipiency with large forces of meji and modern equipment. British. Columbia faced fairly favor- able fire conditions through tne sum- mer months and the cost ol fire fight- ing was reduced'hy about 7r. per cent, over the record of The number of fires was about half of last year. The British Columbia forest protec- tion service is the most complete in Canada thus, far ami the saving o[ tim-j ber is a logical consequence. A heavy average of rainfall kept fire troubles at arm's length tu Alber- ta. Saskatchewan aild Manitoba and this weather condition was undoubt- edly responsible for the escape of the main areas of big timber throughout Ontario. Tlie Chiybclt fires at Hie end of July and first week of.Ausust provided a tragic sacrifice of lives and what is estimated to he six mil- lion uumirs ".-orth ot 'property. There was practically no forest guarding or- ganization in the tire-swept district, except along the railway track. New Brunswick escaped the risks of 1916 with a very small timber loss, Nova Scotia having a similar experi- ence. The records of the Dominion tailway Board show that the private- owned railway lines of Canada have not been responsible this year for any jarnasins forest fires. Those that were started were promptly ex- tinguished by railway employees. Hut the nrciblcm seems to have, i i -it 1-ist 'X 1'aris scien- iT'lias hVcn' experimenting on pins, rtiroirs -mil needles, by the simple process of watching a few. He states th-it ihcv nractically disappear into n -tir "liv" changing into ferrous ox- lie a brownish rust that soon blows _ awav into dust. ordinary hairpin took only days to blow away. A steel pen las el just undo.- fifteen months. A com-] noil pin took eighteen months to sl, A polished steel needle defied the ravages ot the atmosphere long- taking two and a half years to .hy Ihe not fnnt deen in the pins it buys is, it seems exactlv the same which makes surface scale oft when exposed ?or a long time to the atmosphere without the protection of paint. vocal numbers In a manner that ranks the act with the best in vaudeville; the eight boys in this act are all mu- sicians of excellence, while their har- mony singing is agreeable and pleas- ing; special scenery and gorgeous uniforms add class to the offering. Herbert Brooks, the Anglo-American entertainer, is a wizard with the cards; lie- manipulates the cardboards in a most mystifying manner. Corelli and Gillette are hilled as the odd pair, they performing many aero- Ibatic. and funny antics intermingled witii comedy. The Whotl Four is a quartette of pretty girls who are pleasant singers land a treat to look at; they are sure to win much favor with the audience. i Bill and Bon .Millanl are lid-forming little of everything under the sun, I thereby proving their versatility. WORLD'S LARGEST DRY CITY Detroit. Nov. ot the amendment providing tor state-wide prohibition in Michigan will give De- troit after May 1, ISIS, the distinction of being the world's largest dry city. In some European cities of larger population Hie sale ot spirituous liquors is forbidden, but their aridity is relieved by fermented liquors. MONDAY ONLY .BIG ACTS Unequalled Q '5 Vaudeville Imperial Militiuy Octette Whott Four BILL BOB MILLAIVD CORRELL1 CORRELL! HERBERT BROOKS Herbert -Brooks At the Empress not only speclacle. music and drama, lint a suggestion of the ancient form of morality known as the morality play The. central figure. Every- beantiful Paula Shay, sets out from her home in unest ot love. Truth warns her of her danger, but she gives no heed and. inflamed by the repre- I Dentations of Flattery, with Youth. Beauty and Modesty as companions, she begins her pilgrimage which Is told in five acts. She is deserted by j Modesty on the stage of a theatre; al ft midnight orgy Beauty dies, and finally in the carnival ot New Year's i Eve. on Urpadway. New York. Yonth leaves her. Poverty and Misery assail liier, but Truth comes finally, to her I salvation and guides her back to the I deserted home of her earlier days I where, humble and contrite, she falls into Ihe arms of Love, who has kept her hearth warm for her during her absence. Her sisler held as hostage by n fac- tional band of Mexicans, the girl must serve as a spy. She becomes a mirsc in nn army hospital where she meets .Mrs. .Ino. Arlnithnot, wife of a promi- nent citizen of Victoria, 0., who lived in .Winnipeg many years, is dead. f -LUKE'S LOST LAMB" PKUNPHILM COMEDY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS William Farnum in "The Plunderer" Even Greater Than "The Spoilers.1; ITONIGHT Prices 10c-15c Entire Change ef Program Weekly Cartoons, Comedy, "See America First" and Real Life. A Good Show for the Money. A Alice Uieta, Sopnmo. KATHLEEN MAVOUBNEEN. Afco 61.50 Soprano. GENERAL BERTIIOLET A 1799 (YE BANKS AND BRAES Of BONNIE DOOM. 10-inch 1 Henry Ban, Tenor. JBOKNiE WEE. THING. Hony Emit, Tenor. fCOMIPrTHRO1THE RYE. M.ry Gord.n, A 5WO Soprano. I JOHN ANDERSON, MY JO. Ma I Soprano. In every class of music recorded on Columbia Double-Disc Records, there's a mi fertility of excellence that, shows the advantage of looking foe the "music- note" trade-mark of Columbia Records. You'll find a Columbia dealer near his store today. New Columbia Salt the 20th of every month. The Drug-Book Store Next Dallas Hotel it Monday, No! 20 Matinee :it 2.30 Shan. Night at 8.30 Sharp HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS THE TREMENDOUS DRAMATIC SPECTACLE THE WONDER-PLAY THAT HAS EVERYTHING OPERA-DRAMA-MUSICAL COMEDY The One and Only Company ALL SEATS FOR BOTH PERFOKMAN- CES NOW SELLING AT THE HEDLEY DBTJGCO. PRICES: 75c 50c Matinee: S1.00 75c ;