Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
OCTODKU 15, 101D THE LF-TIinniDGK DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE drama, and v.'illi hie brave little wile Mills iilays opposite Miia Clirk and escaped from the "file Numbers" the cast generally 15 one ut Iflc tribo of maL-catlog cannibals by al- CSL uierit EUOM a miracle. Johnson's film story of this trill Is told ID "Caylurcil by FRANCIS BUSHMAN AND Hon. J. D. Held Makes Suppli- Statement On (J. T. K. Situation OTTA-iV.l, Oct. the house n otJcf at once! iell equal I ol Amer- i American would do under the circum- stances. Equally strong and nromfnent U Beverly llayne. Khe is a daring wo- what urset your which portioin of the food did the cl.iri- you? don'l lother. If your slomach Is in a TCl'Oll; If aod upset, am] what you When There is Such a edy for Their Ills asLydia ble Compound? NOT A DUtL MOMENT IN PHOTOPLAY "LET'S ELOPE" Mr. Jleld salo the. of tno on.nd Trunk lines was necessary Tor Iho economic operations ol Uie.lluca Joint Relief lly Dominion And Provincial Governments, Doth Sharing Equally nnnagernRnt must he continnetl." He believed there was plenty room for the Canadian Pacific RalUvay Marguerite Clark's new Paramount j pirture. "Lei's a pleturization of Fred Jackson's famous larcc. "The Naughty Wife." ivhich was a hit in I York In November; 1917. Is filled I vith action trom start lo finish and provides Mips Clark wilh one-of the icsl roles In which she has been seen] incc sbo hecame a screen slar. "Lets Klopo" will be shown at Starland to- night and tomorrow. Miss Clark is seen as Iho somewhat leRlcclcd wife of an author ivho finds, relaxation in the soclcly d[ an un- scrupulous young man who wins her consent to clopo "with him. "When the learns of the affair he takes a Laud in. subsequent proceedings with tlie result that tile elopement is Frustrated and Iho foolish young wife her and Ehc finds lhat she loves her husband after all' Mislmwaka, had euch a severe female weakness Lhat I couli] [notdo my work and 1 could nottfet any- thing to relieve me. A physician treated me, but, it did no good. 1 had been ic this condition foe three months when I EDMONTON, Oct. basts of agreement has been reached be- tween the provincial and Dominion eovcrnments for the administra- tion of relief In Uie droiith-slrick- en areas in southern Alberta. .It provides faf a system of Joint, re- lief by the two governments, The province'is responsible" un- der this new scheme for-Ihe dis- tribution of all relief to settlers on fcoth patented and lands, government Eharing in "the cost the one-.. half classes.'op. rellcT.; to be administered lo needy set- tlers will be limited in character, but H has not yet been fully de-, elded Just what form the supplies lake. (ADVERTISEMENT) and tho government railways. Doth systems would be under the Jurisdic- tion ol the railroad commission. Xo preference would be given lo the gov eminent railways. Mr. Tien: "Was the Grand Trunfc Pacific taken over because Grand Trunk was in default in jiaying inler csl on the Mr. Reid: "The Grand Trunk Is tak n.ovnr hecause of the difficult josi-j lion the? ilDu.Miuirisc-ives In in regard' id Uie Grand Trunk Pacific." Legan taking Lydia E. Pinkham a Vege- She displays quick wil and bclth -1 Fnnce. ludgoitul1 nnd adds to tlic role a touch thai makes it illEtincAy her own. She noa a way of lelllnR a story by Ihc brought to a full realization of rcsponsibilittca in Die premises Tliere is much enjoyable comciU" in [he various situations lhat are devel- oped as the action proceeds. Frank I liable Compound (tablet farm) and II t cured me. I I keep house and am able to do my work now. I cerlninly praise yonr SUDA OLDFATJIER, 618 .West Second Street, Ind. Women'who suffer from, such ailments ,ehould not continue to drag around and do their rrork under such conditions, but Iirofit by the experience of Mrs. Old- father and thousands of nth era who nuvo Iried thisfornous root and herb remedy, fjydia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Com- iraund, and found relief from, such sui- fering. If complications exist write the Lydia E. Plnfctiem Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result pt their 40 years' experience in advising women on Lnii i? at your service. adds and eructate food-- I just cat a tablet or two of Tape's Dia- 1 pepsin to help cculralizo acidity and j in five minutes you ivondcr what, be- came of the Indigestion aud distress. l If your sloiuacli doesn't lake ot your liuitL williom rel'O if your food is a damage Inslead of a help, remeraoer Ibe quickest, surest, most harmless antacid Is Fapo's DIa -pepsin, which costs so little at drug G.W.V.A. SACRED CONCERT the Direction of J. S. Thompson. Corp. MajesticTheatre SUNDAY EVENING Oct. 15, Doors Open 8.40, Con- cert at 9.00 OooJ music. Selections by Ihosc taking in Ihe recent silver medal coalcsL Hoys under 1G asked to waSt until others sealed before occupying scats. SILVER COLLECTION -Thieves broke into the store' ol A. H. Ixtfft Co., St. Marys, and stole a iiuintor-bE ftca. socks, Anflel Feels He Has NEW Lease Ltfc Since Tanlae Ended Trouble, ...'ns-.JScenU tbat he, ant] eight others placed' aiid 'exploded tlie bomb wlilch tlcsLroj-etl Ihc home of Sam Dattaglia, at Datavla, N. Y., Sept. 25, hilling three persons. JAN CHERNIAVSKY Jan Ckerniavsfcy, Uoni in Uman, Province oI.Kiov, 1S02. Ilia innate feeling tor music showed. itself first at the Tebearaals ot his father's orches- tra, when he used (o astonish 'tho muslcinns by bis eilraordlnary sense ot for it "vraa Ills Jo3' lo be al- lowed to piny tho drums. His musica1 knowledge and power fiulckened am developed rapidly under the earn of bis father and Mme. GoTdcnweiser, a pianist well known in Odessa, and a pupil of tho late Pugno. At seven years o( age he made his first concert COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM Today and Thursday (POSITIVELY THESE TWO DAYS ONLY) THE FEATURE SUPREME "N'carly cverr flay for Iwo years lictovo I took'Tnnlac I liad severe, EpllUlne hpnilachca thai woulil -al: most ili-ivc mo wns tho slatc- incnl raaJo lo llio Tanlac raprcscnU- Uvo llio oilier ilay liy li. Angel, ot Van- couvor, n. C., who 1.1 cneagccl In nus- Ino33 at S3 Cordova, IV'cst, Vancouver. "Some onys I Ttas tarily ablo to sloop over anil pick up anything, nnd' my head foil like somcono was pound- InE on It wilh a hammer. I never knew wlial a Eooil night's rest was, nml if T got n fow Iioura sleep H didn't refresh mo Iho icaal lilt. IMy nerves were In bail condlllon, and Hie least little annul or nolso would make mo Jump like I liod liecn bilvllh n slock. My stomach stayed out of order n.11 Iho time, nntl I had about forgollen whal It waa lo enjoy a good meal for every limo I .wonlil sit down lo llie table I woulil Iicgln lo Ihlnt about wliat wag comlnK after I got llirough catlnG Afler every meal food'would Four on my Bloroacli and rausc sag' to form BO had lhat I would alinoal smother. I would liclch gas and with il hot allma would come up nnd cause hearl burn and mako ino IIAVO such dizzy lour with his brother sfiells lhal my hcarl would palpilatc and I would have to sll down from fallioK over in my trarts. Jly liack ached all over unO I felt lhal oilier parts ot my body were hccom- 1ns cHcctcil. Jly appetite lefl mo, A few years later ho was sent to Vienna wllh his-Drainers, and Bin Ihoro bccBmo'a iiupll ol-that grea master, licsclictlzky, under whos guldanco lie mado such remarliQblo progress lhat tho great teaclier count- Francis X. Bushman AND Beverly Bayne TWO OF THE SCREEN'S MOST FAMOUS STARS Ihcii my atomsicli Koi worse cd hlin B3 one of ]ila beat pupils, wilh worse, and ffnnlly Iho very flight a brilliant career ahead of lilm. Under Jjcsclicllzky, Jan actiiiirccl n technical equipment nn'tl fnilafcal knowledge IliaL places him In Hie front ranks ot the younger or pianists. fond v-oulil inako mo romil- I Irlcil rvcry kind of medicine 1 knew of but nothing woulrl no me nny good. "Ono day a friend" ioM ,iriO alionl. this Tanlac and now imich It Jicljied I ivcnt tind -got n liollle to RCO what do for ino. Thai was Hie bosl Itilng, I bellCTC. f'ovcr did. for It has ceiialnly orcf come nil my IrouliTes nml 1 feel ad well nd 1 ever did In my lite. I ,csn oat nnylhlng 1 want now nnil 1 ncvcf havo n nlgn of nny stomach IrouWo'. I norcr havo an acho or I -simply liavo n-'ncw. Icnso on Ufe, (or I'm (rco from headache, hcarlhurn ond.back- ficlic. I'm elcenlnj; flno'CT-Jl-y nlghl nnd 1 get up o( mornlnEs fcclinB grr.il." T.lnbc Is aoM In r.elhbrldBo by John IJlRliibnthain Co.; In'Coal- hurst ny IViamoTiil Bnm fe SlalloncT? Blort-, l-i Wnrncr by Mrs. N. Der- FRL.SAT. QTARLANF) All Production! OCT. 17-1B (THIS WEEK) SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SEE IrtE SPIRITED AND EXCITING HORSE KACt THE FAMOUS KENTUCKY QUEEHBESS THEKOLLICKING FUN Of THE INIMITABLE THESTRONCESTANO LARGEST CASTTHEPLAYHASEVUtHW Marguerite Clark IN "Let's Elope" PRICES: Nights 50c, J1.00 Saturday Mitines, 25c, SOc, 75: 1 J TONIGHT V LJ LAST TIME Wild, Naked, Mandating Savages Who Oury Their Dead Alive Scr.salional Picture. STARTING MON. NEXT OCTOBER 2Oth i THE WHOLE WORLD HAS GONE CRAZY OVER Slu.llln Johnson. of Jack fair don, went lo Ihc Roulll Pacific Islnnds with n.motion plclnro camera (o bring hDc-k for rlTilizntinn's eyes Iho CH3- tows hi (ho savage peoples of tho Boulli Seas. Ho found adventure nnd A VITAQRAPH SUPERFEATURE, WRITTEN BY CYHU9 TOWN4END BRADY .-i AS GREAT A PICTURE AS "HEARTS Of THE WORLD" OTHER GREAT- ATTRACTIONS 35c Children lOc Mo phpncy Aeroplanes or Submarines given but the biggest show In town for your THE PICTURE WITH A SIGH, A TEAR LAUGH. "You'll Just Love Her, So You DIRECT FROM 18 WEEKS GRAND THEATRE, TORONTO.