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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY IIEKALD PACK KI..KVF.N e 50C, 25C. OrdlCStni Admiralty Office, Minuter of Munitions. They .jjr.'ihoWr Canada uniler the patrom; nfiai Dbcum.M.ry Evident, if.'. Empire', Work. set of the film, arc being preserved by the Bntl.l, War OYflce a, Documentary E THE GRAND REVIEW OK ma MAJESTY'S FORCES NEED 4 i ,j op thr 'itiub (fiwns width aiq sppwitc tium thill couatieis pin nuaes v) ncarlj as poi slljlti oil tLe sauii a' il' lioratoloii. unuihl Hit (.ountv tOUmlls to ton ilnup and In aorm li) in, ihur pitsu' inmthlv maiiti, j 6 SS At" iieiw. ihur piUu' isiaii, ind Iliiouehunl tin. unoitBiiwi-il H Cj I Uhioh uintiot be 16011001 kjlOD J LOOKi to tunlitliK pi (.sent effoltb I" mimi pitse 111 tac.ll lot liU mil Otliwi Oil? Colt-1 UM sue h nionty is llu pi >jlo ol meHlWd vesWlilaj U li.gely "-1-1 able r _ l-l j ntlomlc.il mdetfiiK ot o national ex lutho tdnHalttew ,pt Hie (jnadjunj' Campaign (A'compiebooMte publitity l ?'l SuStJjhj1: ajld qunemeutt foi I "17 unhiding will he S1J 500 It is Dip nobMl to -nsl? tllost i ominunUles Ihrouthout Jfaimdi in 1910 to tontlnue thtli Mil) trllitionb 1" ,U10, HIOIS lie to be ilunni, the lomiui, vtal a tht s l to pa> Ihe solditr him r.to is befon and lo npproa.b ,'lun, must bis j several provincial govcirnrasnls. .ink- ing them to provide the amount byphoit ot lilt iicot which the oxpendilure of the theatre 90.1110, pub ir of wit1 Ivmv an tuity V si-em] tin j Jji't mu cpl in not that has e'd to nothing" liiss th.in a seat beforn tjoln-j en t'nc Pantngcs' circuit. Mr. Pantages has made it possible to see this wonderful musical act pre- ;sented by the popular Paul Pereira iind his String Sextette it usual "vaudeville prices. There will ba other acts including Hazel Kirk and 'LUKE LAUGHS Reel A SIDE SPLITTING COMEDY SEATS AT MEDLEY'S SELECTED PROGRAM, TODAY SAT. PATHE PRESENTS WM, J. LOCKE'S .FAMOUS NOVEL "SIMON. THi: JESTEH" WITH THE EMINENT SCREEN STARS Echrhi Ardcn and Irene Ylarfield 1JE8TIC- f PHONE 1722 3 Days Starting Next Mon. Oct. 9 (THANKSGIVING DAY) MATINEE AT 2.30 NIGHT AT 8.30 COMING MON..TUES. .Mae Murray in Killy Bellaii-s" t uilil I other acts including Hazel Kirk and riio feUijlU J8 ureiUV Girls in The Two Pikers." For the UjMiifl hi qopaiallon UlowaiiCt lo sol benefitofthe ladies and children there uic i u i M a DC d m-tm-e 3 pm the -most v DC d m-tm-e 3 p tdi'-" the -most Attend thfj matinee and avoid the evening rush. EMPRESQ Theatre )J Monday and Tuesday Witness Florence Keen vs Dorian Keen DORIAN'S DIVORCE Your Presence as a Witness rn-This Celebrated Case Means That You Will Enjoy THE TREAT OF .TfiE'SEASON- The Trial Willb'e at. the EMPRESS THEATRE, The well known legitimate stage: LIONEL. iBARRYMORE husband the highly talented screen star MISS-GRACE VAL- ENTINE as the wife; and all starcast. A POSITIVE SENSATION TONIGHT TO-NIGHT The Special Bluebird Feature. LOVE'S LARIAT Featui'inc Harry'O. Carey and an All will exceed thut ol 18111. Roughly .speakhiB. the sources o[ revenue are of three butions in cities and large towns; grants, trom cuunty councils and tow JOHN MclNTYRE DEAD KiUBSton, Oct. ilclntyi'B, tor many- years u prominent law: yer ami .brother of D. 11. Mclntyre. .cliairmaii of the Ontario i railway 'rants, from cuimw councils aim -vr Ihip collectiona in unorgan- board, died today, aged Send Any one presenting this cou- pon together with 25c cash will .be admitted to any seat m the house for the matinee only. Price 35c for matinee. Our rneri 'in 'the' trenches will he looking for pictures from loved ones at home. Have your sitting as early as possible at this studio. WE WILL BE OPEN ON .THANKSGIVING DAY. Allisdn "Portrait Studio Balmo'ral Fifth Street. liethbridgo E ictoriollbh li, lust >s i if4ei ble as that ot tie pikplui i white man) One rosult of tlip vvai Tilll bt the toliesion of tl'e Llupire and the uiideistandlng beueea the Jilterelit laces undtr the Biitish tlag Hie spirit of Jnd of other big figlifois lives in the Ma oil todftl and he cries in the sapif of cletiance Ake ake ake' ftoro-ver'and In oalling- for vengeante 101 the Maoli jlead Dl Pomare had particu -Jar'i-eference to the handful of sol Dt ills race nith t wjlite Zealanders reached after desperate HglitiJff and held for a feu during the Suha Bay opera tlona a position from nhich the; could see the Dardanelles This it is taid -was life utmost roint HRPHEUM- TONIGHT H THE JOHNSTONE SISTERS 'The Johnstone Sisters" will be seen for the last time. "The Man from Manhattan." a Mutual Master Picture in Five Acts. Gripping, Sensational and. Romantic. s luu -part reached b1 any of the allied troops In for the Gslllpoli campaign nh Wellington, striking speech j was made at tlie closing session of the House of Representatives of the Do- minion Parliament by Ur. Pomare, a mejibei of he Cabinet and a Maou IA rcsoluftfm "was before the House iMiiessmi, the 1 irlianwnt s inflexible defpi myn itioc to continue the to j a Bliccessrul end." when Dr. Pomare arose and said j "Today" Aesean breezes stir the Brasses over the graves of mine and and a Maori hears he moan of the he hears the boom of guns, it reminds 'Him that beiond seas atu (revenge) has got'to be hroUBht about IQI the dead Tor tint reason the Maoris tit to end the w AIK KAIDS AND EXPECTATIONS. What Jhe Press Agents Say At Thfc Orpheum The Man ironi Manhattan, a Mulual part "is the It's Grandmother's Recipe' to Restore Color. Gloss and Attractiveness t "i one kijOW lea and SulphJl. proptil t.0 brings back the natural color and Ins'tre to tho hair when faded, streak d 01 gi l 1 eii igo the mh to Sit llus v.as to make it at home, which is juiissy .and trouble- some. Nowadays, by asking at" any drug store for "Wyeth's Hase awl Sul- phur you will get a large bottle oC this famous old recipe, im- proved by the addition of other ingred- ients, for about SO cents. Dpn't stay gray! 'Try it! No one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, is u does it' so miturall) ami evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your taking one small strand at a lime; by morning the gray hair disappears, and after another ap: plication or two jour hair beton es beautifully dark, glossy and attrac- tive. Wyeth's Sage ,aud Sulphur Com- pound ,is a delightful toilet requisite [or those who desire dark hair and a youthful appeal ance It is not intend ed for the cure, mitigation or preven- tion 'of Higinbotham Co.. Ltd., Alia. UilloushVi Vi hippie invests his all in a rundown tounlry bnauer aftei hjs. father, i duchai ged iiiui fu w -itmg poetry. In- stead of attending to business. With the assistance of Virginia Winters, a practical young woman of high ideals, 1 and ''Daddy" Egglesjjm, a tramp prin- ter whose morseenejnjvis drlgk, Buglt tmallv 'shows signs 'Of coming tc life. Then, Squire Marlon, who has I announced himself iis a Candidate for mayor and owns the building in which "The Bugle" office is located, calls on Willoughbjv and offers him I rent free if he will agree to boost the that Sage squire s compound In the ijesi issue of 1 he Bugle At tbe Majestic j "BRITAIN PREPARED" ;HERE MONDAY Sanctioned by thB governmebt, the splendid 'Bri- tain's fight for supremacy Prepared." comei- to the Majestic theatriji for. days next week, starting with the matinee on Monday ...will rsyelatlori. far ail jsie informeS'on the sufiie ness it is hard to Wiormous-' eft ort to go in war time. "Britain Prepar- ed" brings to every hearth and home throughout the British Empire the compelling truth that Britain is doing more than her share, in struggle', 'an the" filmsTre priceless. This fact has been realized'by Ihe war office, as the been made that the war office will retain one complete set of tile films as evidence to future generations that Ihe British Empire did its share. traftor bri'bery denoui 'ifld the his dttalpit at or pre to, what ORPHEUMM "MONDAY ONLY _ WITH MATINEE 25 People in the Show O'lVeill Walnisley" PROMINENt Loiidin BIG BILL PjKNtAGES MONDAY The Pantages bill Monday at the prpbeiim will be specially attractive. A matinee will he given. The emi- nent violin virtuoso, Raul Perelrar is playing a return engagement. Brought hack by the popular request in com- pany .wjth the celebrated string ses- tette. Mr. Pereira is demonstrating the fact that vaudeville patrons really do appreciate and love high class imi- sic when it is served to them in a vaudeville 'sort of way; for Mr. Pere- iar and his associate musicians spec' ialize'in the rendition se- lections. During the past season the Raul Pereira String Sextette has been fulfilling engagements in exclusive re- sort hotels and in the larger vaude ville houses iu'tiie east. His success has been truly phenomenal and he has been given extravagant praise by both the press and the public. Every member of the'organization, .however, is glad to get back to he west Mr Pereira tiaims tl at the western audt ences are mole apnreclatl e cr 5 than are those the east and he sides 4iib home is ih tlit, i est In all theie will he stoT sp'endid acts __ _ c ,ArtHe 'J Dent fSf' almostjialt a jjeip; icing couiiU m 1 el B irrjmofa amUGrace Valentine aie Do some foods you eal hit 1 acl laste good but work badlv ferment Into stubborn lumps s.m taus a sifk sour, gassj slomach V w. Mr tr Dyspeptic jot this clown PJPP s time that this- pop- appeared togethei ind it markliuMiss1 Valentines deLut as a fclai on the- Metro program Thei are surrounded1 an exctptionally strong cist ivhich includes tdgar Dav enport Davidson Llodiav Airs, uvspeptic JUL mis iiywu t eiiyu.v Dtapepsin digests tnerUbrng .toning i mil L R and Buckley nothing to sour and Upset JOL Theix starkev never was injthiu; quick so tonight thq Bluetmir Love s Lariat certainly effattive Ivo diftereiice featuring Ham De Corrv and an all badly your stomat i 11 disordered on I star tast will'get relie m minutes out what pleases ,inu m i I is that i I strengthens and slom ach so you an eil your favorite foods fear Eating, meat regularly eventually produces kidney trouble in some form or other, says a well ktiown author itj because the uric acid in meat cites the kidneys thej become over worked get sluggish tlog up and cause ill sorts of distress particular batkache and in the kidney pgion rheumatic twinges seieie neadaohes itid stomach constipation torpid liver sleeplessness bladder and urinary irritation. The moment your back hurts or kid- neys aren't acting right, or if bladder bothers you, get about four ounces of Tad Salts from any good pharmacj take a tahlespoonful in a glass of wat- er before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined been used for gen tsh clogged and ictniU dl R jn the urine .ending 'and iii' "THE TWO PIKERS" ADONIS A Study, in Lavender'.1 VALERIE SISTERS The Taler.Sed Pair HARRY HINES The 68th Variety Pereira -7 X; an'cl His T 5 STRING 'SEXTETTE The Biggest Musical Act in Vaudeville. ayoldinj; IS giafi leUHrKlge THANKSGIVING EXCURSIONS OCTOBER 9lh, FARE AND ONE THIRD FROM ALL STATIONS ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ON SALE OCTOBER 6th to 9th. FINAL RE- TURN LIMIT, OCTOB- ER 11th, 1916. Rail and sleeping car "tickets and full 'infor- from any C. P. District Passenger Agt. V-'1-.. Calgary Most remedieo the% aro Diapepsm relief bill not The mogiam at Stailund is one ol Jlierit U is entirelv a i 1'atlie urogram I'll? teatufe per and puts jour st miach in a healths misen lome il no ire is quick posilH e sonallv selected Mr Fleming while condition so th i.aci, in Calgarj this week and is guaian tedd Wwin Arden, icccatl? dp neired to SUth spltndld idvaniage i llorencp Heed 11 Dianepsiii' oomes ill contact with Ihe i dien 1 ves will bs setn In li pictui just Win J Locke s fatnons 1101 stomach gets sweet, no no belching, no emulations food, your head -lears afcd .yifp feel fine I, (To Count Zeppelin) "Ah, started air raids'to brei'h the spirit of the 'OrtUiili-Md have (suffer from -'V lany stomacn insorutr. Aaven. el 'ilmon the Jester." As co-star with Mr. irden the beautiful drama now make the did coffietly, Luke Laughs taut will you ever made b) lie shown fifty cent tone of Pape s from any druj, store itl five minutes how neei" as it is to e suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or Tuesdai iay recentlv matte such a hit in O j To Have Hold trill appear inhti latest silcceiHi Pel liirs. from 'irrfalg uncmg MeniJiiy OcSo'btr Sih, ;