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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBEU 11, 1013 nil'; DAILY PAGE FIVE Enough' Dynamite nnd Bombs to Ulow Indiana Off Tho Mitp CHICAGO, Oct. an- houiu-cwenl In a paper Ihl3 luornlnj ot-eomo failures ol tlie Ikmil) etory, military authorities at (Inrjf eaid Ii8d partly Iliwartc'J liiclr plans for clearing oul ivhat llisy hail reason (o bcliovo was ore ol central com- lulllcca o( dynamiters ill thin country. Tins story said lhat Alexander Ivanolt Jiail been arrested us (lie principal bomb maker. Col. Mapes. commander or Iho federal nt Gary, announc- ed this forenoon Uiat Iranofl had not been nrrcateil, but 'authorities wore looking for liliu. Army, department officials said .lull was tho Clrabol bomb Walter. IvauoIT, the alleged bomb maker. Ilio said, was nn wort dec- ir. paper :ni -.1. increase is now in tho slock 11 is but an official woo described it, that he presumed there was enough to blow nil uctrthcni Indiana oft tlie map. Officers at Gary asserted ludt they had taken Into custody the man ilynaraltcsl the Chlcajo post oinco last year. This explosion cost lives. Tho onlcers hero saiil tlial this dj-na- 1 miter had been released froni confine, incnt In order to help in the search Tor Ivanolt but that he was so closely watched lhat he could not escape. EXTRAVAGANCE Is CHARGED bcr of interesting tracks. A line (ihotoplay program, mcludlog a screaming "witd i'.niiusl" ctnueiv fbla ou; the bill From first It looks as tbougb the Colonial management have Lit tho right combination, aud In (he standard set by MfeL night's shovi', ihay be ol patrouage by theatre gcera. "DARING HEARTS" One ot the most famous "teams" the screen, Krancls X- Bushman and IR-verly Bay no, will be seen at Colonial ou WedncEdayand: Thursday this vreek In their latest sensational hucccas, "Daring Their re turu to ihe local scretu should draw large audiences. then, peramcnt anii njiigceUc" personality jave an atlracLiveness uad Jndlvidual- touch to lila playing. vein to Vienna, where re devoted an- olhor year to hard study. It was durlug this year In Vienna thai Ysayu first the young violinist, aud so amazed was he at the ruauccr In v.blch the child Interpret-Mb e TschailtowsW Concerto (hat lie luvlled him to play before the etudenla ot the Vienna Con- servatoire, whom he bad arranged to hear on HID following day. It is needless to eay that (ho young artist created a fiensalion on this ot-tasion. LEO CHERNIAVSKY Leo Chemlavsky, born in Uman. province ol Kiev. 1S90. His laknt for music was maulfestiM ai au early age. When ycnrj old, his fathtsr commenced '.o leach him (he vloli wtfnJerlul Icui-1 PARAMOUNT STAR HAS SPLEN- DID ROLE !N "LET'S ELOPE1 Admirers of Ualnly .Marguerite Clurk will fmd her in u most congen- ial environment when they see lic-r Jaleat Paramount photoplay, "Lets which will be displayed 'at Stariand tomorrow and Thursday. Tho picture Is an adaulatiou by Kathcrlr.e Reed (o Fred Jackson's successful play, "The Xauffhly which was produced at the Harris Theatre, N'ew yqjl.-, November 17, 1917. The new play Is a farce and abounds Trith amusing Ono of night of (be elopement of the youogl wife with a chap who is younger temporarily at least, more attractive thaii her hard-ivorklng husbund. Tlie latter, hearing of the ailveuturo, in- Fisls upon helping tho younp pair to mako a success of It, by offering them his own bungalow in (lie woods for a romanlic sellings, and his owu pres- ence as a chaperon. BRYANT WASHDURN'S FUN- NIEST FARCE AT STARLAND Today's special feature- attraction at Starland will Le Pathe'a Extra Select- Star Photoplay, "All W farceurs, that entertaining young lead- ing man, Hryanl Washburn sprang into Immense. popularity SOIOQ monlha ago when ap- pearing in the yhoto-draiuatisaUen of. the Saturday Evening Post fiction hero, end his "Skinner'3 Urcss ck'Urifled motlou picture fans the country over, causing Wash- burn's instant elevation tu big star rank. "All Wrong" was reserved by 1'atho for inclusion In their series oE Eilra Selected Star be- cause they rishUy believed It to be best five-reel feature in which Ywive nrcspiuod lllm-witll his nholo- onuanunj. uou u. cu our .111 niiing, luj- lhc be3t [ealurc in TrmcH. Brai'h. "eaeJ "To my cirf-j of "lc50 lake3 p'3ctt on the luring one c'CTere5' Up-ant WashlKin, has ever appeared. league." anofl LONDON. Oct. 11.--During the past rapid was his progress (hit six fortnight raore than JCS.OOO.OOO In CUP "lonlhs later he. made his lira public lency notes has been adder! lo the appearance. H's success was mstan- ttiunml already outsleiidlng, while lancous. and proved the greatest luusi- only has been added to Ihe "1 the day: an event sllll amount or gold and bank notes held Iresh and Iragraul in ihe memories therj. according n ihe Driily The attanks yov- trnraent for its "waste am CAtrava- creating more '.ban whlcl-.. U irlclan employed in a larsc mill necr s-jys. t.-adr, lo increas. ry There they claimi-J, ho started j 'pambllns as his b'omhs luking them home tor the eiit in the slock ejoha: tlnishlni; work His plans, tho oHtters lhat money situation may lead to flsscrtcd included finally the deslriu- further labor troubles. tion of ihe factory where he woikcjl. The cache ol the dynaiuito H3 amount was not made nublie (ADVERTISEMENT') Becker Had Tried Everything Health Failed Fifteen Years Ago. Sines "End of Perfect Day" is Clean Willy and Wholesome, and Well Pul On "Tlie End of a Perfect which opened at lhc Majestic Theatre on Monday night proved lo he all that the I press reports said about it- It is one "I want lo get four more noiues.0r (tie cleanest, prettiest, most wliole- of Tanlac please far it Is the only i some plays that has been -presented medicine-dial has doneino a I.cthbrldgc audipnco-for some -nt all cilice my health failed ahoiltj time, and if laughter and numerous fillccn years ago." said Alfred Decker, j outbursls of applause arc signs ot ap n well "known bitter who lives at. preciation, then the large audience Calamine Alherla. while in the Owi ihat witnessed lhc play 'last nigh Drug Store In Bimontpn the other thoroughly enjoyed it. QTARLAND All Praduotloni WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY have tried so many different The play deals with-an Irish glr who has been left tin orphan and rais by ihe Vicor of the-' small village 'liceitTr "thaV'fhad" a j where she lives. An English druj flora in my house. I. falls in love with her. and a tuffcrcd from i ouble. ami It' woman Irnni London, who ihn my coiKlllloil Eriidually got or'5 .unc, poses as tlnv grand r in the effort to 'gain th the woman's Vjanghtcr, wh docs lint of her mother's inlei lions, 'a sweet lovcablo ami th M's erable for hours on nccouul ot gas und'uloaUiiB mo up. have the worst sort of crampinc J': Bpells too. and-sorn'eLlmcs Ihis gas J-amciii. i wouM choke me up BO bad .r ImrV brcallic; Sometimes Ihcse.has ajwecl_an( 'spells'would ccniSe on me at ulgui I would have lo get up and walk floor for hours in order to get a i lirc.ilh. I also Buffered a with headaches ami would Ehc lo.ElnEin IhVlirsl ac tliz7.y. at Vlmcs I could hardly ....._ t on my feel, i was very nervous and I never knew what it was lo get a good nifhtV alecii.' These Irouules 6 and B E ag ood .R M _ 'o ,oulld many people who Buffered as I did lhat it certainly wouldn't do inr, any Jiarm, so 1 rtcr.ided to glvo it a risnrcd tliat 1 woum liavc lo take until ?hc puls her arms arounfl Lor Button's neck at the close cf the la Kept np just .hat way for f if tec, j nnd 1 had about readied the _ in m way. Fe where I thought I would nevur uu auy j or cbaracler acting hai belter. I excelled the work of Mr. po "Artcr rcadloE a number ot sta c-; of vjclor Jjtt wcnls Tanlac 1 came to the he gave us last nlghl. conclusion lhat If il was helping so 'vromail from London, Mr Chcstcrlon, was'taken care ol by Mi Eva Uarclay, a Vancouver, B.C., gi nnd lo Ihis difficult part Bho gave a that could he asked. Wo do nol pr sumc lo say lhat she !s suitttl lo t' rolo of Ihh chnractcr by nature, f she apiicnrs just tho opposite in re life, but she acts as though she h been n had one nil her life. Lord Button, the English noulcm who wanla 1'addywack for his wife, _______ and doesn't care Ihe snap of his wns agreeing with me hqtlcr, and was i [ingcr about her station in life, was a doing me more goad. Well, sir, I Just jcrcdilablc bit of work which Mornay sluck O Tanlac and now 1 can sitlcialrp down and eat as.hcarly a meal as any man nnd I never suffer nllerwards. Why I hardly: knc.w now lhal I ever had any slomach (rouble. The headnchci avc gone, and my nerves arc In such line coDrlltlon that 1 sleep like a log every night. Yes, Tanlao [3 all right, nnd I never lose nn opnorlunlly lo eay a good .word for It. Tanhc Is sold In by John llijilibolllnq ft Co.; In Cpal-. liursl h? Dinmoarlprns Klorc, and In Warner, by Mrs.'iV. Der- Advcrllsement. '.-.Lout six bottles of this .medicine he- lore 1 would notice any change In ray hut to my great snrnriS'j .1 licgan lo feel like a .different man the time 1 bail finished my tirsl lly the lime 1 had finished my 'second hotlli I had EoHoif hack my and I noticed that what I ale Xever before ill all the history ot filmdoM has a picture been produced; lliat lias created the widespread in- terest which "Cannibals of the South! I Seas" hns Elnce Its first release 111 Canaila five weeks ago. I i Tliis pic-lure is a most unusual pro-' I tluetiou and thai It met with the ealiru [approval of the tiiealre-goerE of city quite evidenced by the ca- pacity audience at the Empress last nlfilil. Witboul a douht "Cannibals ct. South Kens" will prove a Ricat success vfitii palroiis icuay j am] I the music or Odessa. His rilics were astonished at liis know- e ol anil command over Uic vloUn, ven at Lhat early age, and were un- in their praise of liis clear nd (aciic excculion, flawless Inlcna- on, double slopping anil harmonics. EASE THE PAINFUL RHEUMATIC TWINGE Sloan's Liniment will bring comfort' ing rcliff quickly. NEVER treats Uni mciiL floesn't iicjiclralcs ivilhouL anil cases LUol Jilenial pain aur] aclie, rhciiiuallc: .winges, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica, sore, styaljied muscles, sprains. ___ For 3S yeara it has gone aliead win. ning new friends, holding oM strengthening its -reputation as the Liniment, Clean, clfeclirt in relieving tho aches of men anfl women, this old Tamily standby can be relied upon .to do its "work prmnplly and surely. Don't be with- out n bolllc another it handy. All 7flc7 ?UO. (Made in Canada.) MAJESTIC LAST TIME AT The Delightful Irish Comedy Drama "The End Qf a Perfect Day" Cajialilc Company. Excellent Pixuluction. Prices 75c, 60: Euirantee our show. We be- licvo in pulling our money lato GOOD PICTURES as Ibc lies! mean3 of advertising. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Bryant Washburn "All Wrong" It's funny. See il. HAROLD LLOYD "SPRING FEVER" A Comedy, and' "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Episode Eight! Adults 25; Children 10: Marciuento CLARK 'f Lets Elope COLONIAL TONIGHT.Tues. HIPPODROME VAUPEVILIE Pearl's Pets "A CANINE JUBILEE" Lewis Barto Singing. Dancing, TaUtins D.DD. Prescriplion for Ecze m a for 15 s-cara lhc standard, remedy. lev all skin diseases. A liquir used cx- IcrnaHy-Instant relict from Uch. Your money back if t ho first liotMe iJocs not bring you relief. Ask also ahoul D.D'.D. D, Hlylnbalhnm Co., TODAY TOMORROW ONLY ALSO fatty flrbucklein'CampingDut' 35c G.W.V.A., 25c Children 15c ;'Mre. CliCBlerlon'fl flaushter iS GOOD FOR THIN NERVOUS PEOPLE A French Hclcntfsl lias dlscovercil an organic phosjiliale which ahoiilit bo a clfcfcLivc rcniftdy -for weak nerves. alccplc3snc53, thinness, and Kick of nlrcnslh, energy and vifior. US subgWnce la described liy cuvllsU ai Identical in compoAtlloQ M'ith cerichi vlialc clcinenln nntur- ftlly found in brain and nervo cells and-one wJicn tnkrn IrHo liiimap syatcin Is quickly converted Into heallhy living .Tills pTiosnhnlo la nlreatly widely known among dniggistg in (his coun- try na IJltro-I'ho.iphafe and soinojihy- flicians cUrtn (liat I h rough Its use enerfiy. vigor nnd nerve lorco nrc tTcqueiilly IncroiiscJ In r v.'cck.s' time. Dr. Frederick Kolle, Killlo? of js'cu York I'hysJclnnV It sli.oaltl be prescribed hy every