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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SF.PTRMHRR 8. 1016 THE LETHRRIDOE DAILY HKRALD PAGE SEVEN What the Press Agents Say At Stiirlanrt Colored photography will liu seen it Stnrland lonlght wlma the master-, piece, "The Beloved with lidV'ard Arden In the leading role, Is tho feature. The slicing is beautiful and (lie nkit of OIL picture Is most engaging. At tho Orplicuin Another largo audience laughed themselves Inlo hysterics last night at the comedy situations In "Siiltra- nettes." There is a laugh in every lino and you Just can't help from lin- ing the musical. numbers and Ihe different dances. Tonight the give a complete, change of program, giving you a double blucli face act entitled, "The Baby Blcplmnt." Tills bill Is said to be far superior to any yet produced by the Empire company. Ed. Gavin, the comedian. Is featuring one of Ills greatest coon lilts, ".lust Pray tor the Lights to Go Out." This song is causing a riot and is the first time t" heard here, tlou't forget the big potato matinee Saturday for tho benefit-ot the Belgian sufferers. 'Three cash prizes will be given for the Ihree largest potatoes. PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE Of Hie .Monday Pantages bill at the Orpheuin the Calgary Albertan says: A new program of unequalled vau- deville will open at the fantasies theatre next .Monday, a program conl- liosell of unusual features thai have only one is eiiterlaiiime-iit. Herbert Lloyd. "The King of Dia- and his company of pretty girls will offer n musical melange en- PHONE 1124 Miss Coolf, of tho Nursing Mission. Ihis morning'on a holiday Irlp In coast cllies. .Mr. and Mrs. It. .1. Gordon and fam- ily have taken! up their residence al 636 lulu slreet'soulh. illss Lucy 'Kelly of Calgary, is spending a few', weeks with her sister, Thoraas il-ouK. fc Mrs. Hobert Reynolds left last night visit Dakota. The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission will be held on Won- tlay afternoon itt 4 o'clock In the M.C.A. Mrs. Bain. Barclay street, with her sister. Mrs. Chiirles. has left on a visit to her old bonic In couver World. V Masters Wynyanl apd llowley Kv- nils left yesterday afternoon for Otta- wa, where they ,will attend Ashbury College. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cannon of Par- sons, Kansas, are visiting at Ihe home of their, son-in-law. .Mr. H. W. Craw- ford, and their son, Mr. A. Cnnnon, al Commerce. -Mr. V. Lewis'lias returned to the city after spending several weeks in Atlanta, Oa.. Boston and other Ameri- can cities, lie was accompanied home bv his sister. titled "Peaches in Pawn.'' The Four Itenuees, a duartetto of I Mr. and Mrs. R W. Walters, of Letll- pretty maids, have a si.nging scenic bridge, whose marriage took place in spectacle entitled "Through five j Moose Jaw Wednesday, were in the Countries in Twenty which j city yesterday en route lo Oal introduces some dancing representa- live ot the different countries repre- sented. Minnie Kauffina.3, the champion nis. aim lady trick cyclist, is a pretty pirl full and .Mr. and .Mrs. Allan Camera of personality, who is also noted for leave today for a fishing trip up the gary Albertan. Lleut.-Col. Dennis, Miss Eileen Den- nis. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. 'El- Lethbridgo her, cleverness on wheels. Chinlto, the juggler from London, will introduce some new ideas in the Juggling line. Chlnllo is known the world over as one of the best artials in his line. At (he Empress WITH FIRE" AT EMPRESS MONDAY The next offering on the Metro pro- gram stars Mine. Petrbva, the giften emotional .artiste ,t-.i "Playing.-'With a five-part feature picture pro- duced by the Popular Play- ers. be_.showai here ..lit the Empress theatre on Alomlaj: next. Petfova the tao Calhoun, I'ierre Le May, Evelyn; Brant and Philip Hahn. The story of "Playing With tire..; was written by Aaron Hoffman, and briefly is as follows: .lean Servian Is R cameo'cutter and a successful studio in New York City. Geoffrey Vane', a man of great wealth and varied Interests, the press and Public with regard to his Chopin interpretations. Jan Chernia- vaky considers'.that his works are the Mittueuuj a greatest ever written for the piano. her work and takes a prolonged rest. He Chopin has sue.' takes his young daughter Lucille to tho studio to sit for her cameo. Vane is impressed with the beauty of the artist her reiined disposition. He accompanies his daughter to the stu- dio whenever possible on the slight- est pretest. At length he becomes in- fatuated with Jean, anil being a widower, does not hesitate to disclose Ills feelings toward her. While Jean is at work on the ca- meo her eyesight becomes impaired. Vane takes her to a specialist who tells Jean she will become per- blind unless she gives up her work and takes a prolonged rest Vane insists on .lean coming to hi country home to recuperate and be a companion to his daughter, who has also become greatly attached to the artist Jean consents. Va.'.ie showers every luxury upon Jean and is inces- santiv in her-company. At length ho proposes lo her. Out of gratitude, but without love, Jean accepts and they fti'e married. "The Love Girl" is the feature at the Empress tonight. At the Majestic' Ihe colossal motion pic- ture spectacle, which comes to the Majestic for two nights only, next Monday and Tuesday, Sept. nth and 12th. constitutes a full evening s en- tertainment, taking two hours 'and a half to he shown in its entirety. It has been critics everywhere as a masterpiece: and In it Letllbrldge audiences will find ample thrills ami ideal -mothrt picture enjoyment. A special augmented orchestra will ac- company-the production. There wjl lie one show each night starting at 8.30 ami any seat may now he re- served at HedleyB. JAN CHERNIAVSKY AND CHOPIN The news that the three distinguish- ed, artists, Leo. Jan -mil Misrhel C her lilnvsky, are to pay us a return visit here shortly has been ieirned with Ihe greatest salist-ution b% liot onlv the lovers ot rnnsjc" but by all those Interested- in the intellectual and ar- tisiic development of this city. An in- teresting programme is being [ eil for us. pne of the most interesting- aspects of-thc Cborilinvsky's musical genius-is Ihe way In which-Jan Chernlavsky Jlfr orally wallows'In the woiks of Chopin Not only Ihe of, this Steal master appeal lo him strongjj hut Ihe historical man Chopin has ,1 fascination for Jan'Cherhiavsky which It Is difficult to account for. Prom the earliest age of the young pianist he has concentrated upon his favorite composer. In all Hip different coun- tries of the world whore he has visited Jan Chernlavsky. has been hulled as Jho greatest Chopin player ever heard In Iliose countries The recenliiiebut of Leo Ian and mischcl in.California ill- ftu brought forth acclamations from Bow River, and win he away a week or ten Albertan. Capt. W. 0.. McCarthy, son of the late Dr. .1. L. G. McCarthy of.Barrie Out., who died, of wounds German East a nephew of .Mr. W H. Irwin, clerk of the district court Capt McCarthy was inspector of the R N M. V. at Hegina a few years The engagement is .announced o Miss. Clare Walters, youngest. daiigh tcr of Mr.'-and Mrs.'H. McDonald W8I ters, granddaughter, of the lale Joseph Do'iilre. K. C.. of Montreal to Mr. Hurry iUexandeL Bertram, son Of Gen. Bar It'fiirri ,oT Buinlas, The Daughters and Maids of Eng land held a very successful ice cream social cm Thursday afternoon and ev- ening at the home of Mrs. Binning, 16th slreet north, when the splen- did sum of was raised, which will be used to buy tobacco and comforts for the boys at the front. Mrs. E. A. Scott kindly a vlctrola, the selec- tions by which- were much enjoyed. Lady Ethel Beatty. wife of Admiral Beatty, has addressed to the newspap, ers an appeal on behalf of the chil- dren "whose fathers spicily dldly and lost' their lives In battle of Horn Reef onMay 31." Lady Beatty BRITISH AEROPLANE LOST NEAR BRUSSELS London, Sept. S.-A lirlllsh aeroplane was lost In a raid yesterday over SI. Denis, 1" j Kl-UBBL'IS. I ill-Ren that, by taking an Interest In children of tlu- fallen heroes and glv ug them an education which will fil 1 .liiur. for the hllltle of life. Hie nation j will give a langible proof of its ad- ml'-ntion and iippreclatloii of tluis'3 ho have fallen in the cause of litter ty for which the whole, country Is The annual nitrating of the Central W. C. T. U. was held yesterday In the Wesley lames' parlor. The ciBciion of officers resulted as follows: Prcsi- dent, Mrs. W. A. WhldiHiigton; vice- president. Mrs. McRae; corresponding iretary, Mrs, Farrow; recording secretary. Mrs. Needs; treasurer, Mrs. Crowthors: treasurer for Travellers'I Aid, Mrs. R. Crawford. j Dr. Uelweilc-r will represent' the' Central W. C. T. U. at the provincial convention, which will be held in Red Deer. Sept. 2Slh. to Oct. :tnl. At the meeting yesterday H was tie-j elded to start 25 chain teas for i the benefit ot the travellers' aid work i :l to- clear the deficit owing Miss Cameron, the travellers' aid. Report of Travellers' Aid for the i nonth of August. Trains met. people assisted, 76; fourteen of whom; .vere young girls. Positions secured j tor Iwo girls. Conductor asked Trav-l oiler's Aid lo take charge of Belgian, woman and little boy for night and: put them on the train going west next; morning. Woman coulil not speak the i English language. Young girl strang-; in city called on Traveller's Aid asking for room, stating man hart an- noyed and frightened her very much, and that she was afraid to go else-! where for fear same parly may her again. Woman from Ihe east wrote Traveller's Aid asking that she meet! and lake her little niece, a girl of Iwelve years, to a room for night and assist her to train going south the fol- lowing morning. M. E. Cameron. Tra- veller's Aid. The wedding took place Wednesday in Calgary al. Knox church of two i well known former Lelhbridge peo-; pie, when Miss Ena Rowan and Mr. W. J. Ragan were married. Miss Rowan was at ono lime an employee of the telephone olfice In Ibis city, j and Sir. Ragan. wjio is, trallic inspec- tor of the Alberta was at one time stationed ill this city. .Miss Mary Mr. .F. W. Smith.' also former l.ethbrillgeltes, attended i Ihe bride and groom. .Miss Maude j Olver of this 'city was one of the guests at the ceremony. On Sept. 1st. the marriage took place at the home of the bride's par- ents. Stirling, of Miss Leona Chris- tenson and Mr. George Loxlon of Com- merce. After the .ceremony Ihe bride and groom left for Commerce, where they were greeted by a large number of friends who showered them with good wishes and rice. A turkey sup- per was served In their honor at the home of Mrs. A. Beverirfge, followed by a dance attended by a larifa crowd. Mr. F. F. Rutkle acted as M. C. and extended the congratulations of the! guests present to the bridal couple. Among the numerous presents receiv- ed by and .Mrs. Lr.xlon. who will reside in Commerce, were two hand- some oak rockers from the miners. ceeded in composing passages for the piano that can he. made to sing like le human voice or the tones of, violin, and-that the construction of Chopin's cleaner cut, more symmetrical than any of the other composers for'the piano. Vernoii, B. 'C.. "Sept. Tunneling under their main kitchen and out to the. backyard of the house nearest to the wire "fence enclosure in- ternment camp, !a. number of prisoners made their .escape from Imprisonment here Tuesday .'night, "and it was oniy by accident tliat.. the discovery was made yesterday as to how (he escape was effected. :the alarm was given no break was, found in the wire fence, two of ;whicli form a slockade round the enclosure. A trooper from Ilic 30th B. C. Horse, which supplies guards both inside and outside the cajnp, made.the'discovery when searching the. kitchen on the lookout for evidence. His suspicions in some way to move the great lire id in, which the supplv H stored for the, hundred or more prison1 ers. Though alone he moved the big box and 'underneath' It discovered the month of-tt tunnel. He followed Nils' and It led to the vnrd of the neatest house tic promnllv made known his discovers with the resull that the oc cupant of the jioiise Is now in the pi o ilnclil jail here awaiting trial for did ing and conniving at the escape ot the pnsojiers DEPUTY SHSR'IFF IN Swift Current. Sastt., Sept: Chas S Chapman formorb coine-in. This opens up very interest-, ing possibilities in the unst cities es j lieu all} T.be_ campaign js now getting ho; cannot see that the Con-1 ijervatiVes nave a single the tountrj The opposition leaders figuro that Preiniei himself- be defeated in Vancomer nqd that nut than six or aeven be selected in the To this logic the CoriaeWfttives repilv that Liberals are living in the day1? Of last Februarys but aigue that since then t.onditiqns gieatlj changed nnd tHat tne carrj thirty out of the 47 ients in the house X SUBMARINE-DESTROYED: BY BRITISH iFtlERS dam Seiit British air im--n bombanlfid anrt-HeRtroycd a Gei man HUlnnarlno in hai bor, returninR yatoly to thRir bnsc at DunUirk, according to reports re- coivcd hero today. SATURDAY'S SHOPPING BULLETIN The "Bay's" Specials Are Always Worthy of Your Fullest Consideration Saturday Specials from Our Dry Goods Section iSilk Poplins Beautiful finish and, high quality in Hose, ulue. Bleak, tfl CA Grey and Champagne. M in. Price, yard............. Ladies' Strap Patent Vamp Slippers 4 neat little street shoe in all sizes. Regular price 53.00 OQ To clear A Chicken Supper Will be served on Saturday night from to 7.30 p.m. Price 3Sc Special Saturday 15 Only. Men's Suits n tweeds and fancy worsLeds.; These suits are splendidly made throiiBliout. flange in prices from 515.00, lo ?20.00. djl n AQ Saturday 50 Dozen Men's Grey''Wool Socks Saturday Special 35 cents a pair. 'tfl AQ Three pair for....................................; Children's New Fall Wear- ables are indeed Special Inducements for Saturday Children's New Hats and Bonnets Just, arrived. Showing all the newest, colors and styles in djo op velvets, cords and silks. Prices from 90c to.............., A New Line of Camisoles In silks and lace. Especially made for. wearing. under Georgette Crepe waists. AH moderately priced. Ladies' Silk Combinations Made in the envelope style. Beautifully trimmed with fine lace. These arc splendid values. f We are Showing the Most Select Line of Ladies' New Fall Suits Each and everyone, a perfect model and all different styles in shades of Nigger Brown, Russian Green, Belgian Blue, Navys and Blacks. Cloths are of_a .very fine texture displaying splenlid quality Tweeds Black Cloths, Broad Cloths, Serges, Cheviots, Gaberdines, etc.; showing the newest collar and cuff effects with fur and velvet trim- Prices Range from to Suit Sale for Men Men's Silk .and Lisle Hose In.colors of black, tan, grey, blue and green. Regular 50 cents. Saturday special.................... 29c Men's Khaki Handkerchiefs Regular 2 for 25 centii, Saturday special, 3 for 25c Saturday Grocery Bargain List FLOUR H. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality 24 It> Sack FLOUR Five Roses 24 tt> Sack It> Sack LIQUID AMMONIA ft- 2 bottles 6JC POWDERED AMMONIA OO_ Reg. lOc. 3 pkts. bJ C EGGO BAKING ROW- OER. 1 Ib. tins BON AMI. Cake or pow- rtered.2 for KRINKLE CORNFLAKES' Special 4 for SHREDDED WHEAT 2 pkts PARIS' PATE.. The new delicacy. tins FISH PASTES Keiljer's Shrjmpi .SHlmtin., An- ch'ovy or bloater. per ivC GRAPE JUICE. OP Pints.............. tiJC PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST FOOD. ;......I C. per packet SARDINES.- H. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian- Sardines. Special, 2 tins ROSE'S .CELEBRATED JUICE CORDIAL. Special............ CREAMETTES. "2 packets Cross Sour'Miierl or Chow Chow. Qt. Sealers _. PICKLES Crosse Blackwell's Walnuts, Onions or Gherkins. Per "bottle RICE. Good sound. 4 Ibs. SALAD DRESSING POWDER. 2 pkls.... OLD DUTCH CLEANS- OC- ER. 3 tins LUX. 3 packets GOLD DUST --large packet ROYAL ,' carton APPLES. Good eatin.B- 314 Ibs. PLUMS, rted or yellow. per ppimd .PEACHES. Special per pound BARTLETT PEARS: lOc 35c LIME 35c 2Sc Brand., 35c ckwell's 40c 25c 25c 25c 25c 22c 25c lOc lOc 30c BLACKBERRIES Special, per box EXTRA SPECIALS OLIVES. Luncli Queen or Man- zanillas. 16 oz. bottles. Beg- ular 45c. OCi. Very, special LIBBY'S TOMATO Large. Reg. 35c. O'Q Special, Ser bottle ...'.tiif C SWIFTS WHITE .LAUNDRY SOAP. nn 23 bars Siigar-Cot'oa Special 20 Ibs. B. C. SUGAR arid Half Pound tin'1 Perfection Cocci GRAPE JUICE. Quarts' GRAPE CIDER. Res. 70c Extra special, per 'gal: Jags extra. APPLES. Good cooking. 5 pounds BARTLETT s serving. 'per" case" .CLARKE'S VEAL.-LOAF Half pound tins CLARKE'S SOUP CORN MEAL OP- Special, 10 Ibs... JJC Whole WHEAT FLOUR, i H 10 Ib. sack SCHEPE'S Shredded Cocoa- nut- 07- Special, per .Ib. m i CRISCO per till, 35c 70c and MONK GLASS CUSTARD OR BLANC MANGE ROW- DER. 1 Ib. tins LIBBY'S PORK BEANS Large tins Special 2 tins JAM Strawberry, Raspberry, pium and black currant with gal. .Forr 07! per 'CANNED 'TOMATOES.; Large size. Heavy pack TOMATO CATSUP, v 2 Ib. tins, 2 for ibyV 4 Ib. pails Black curramt, grape. crab apple or -Ted currant. Special per tumbler PEANUT BUTTER. brand. 1 pound tins FINEST TOES 2 Ibs SWEET POTATOES pounds TRANSCENDENT CRAB APRLES per case PLUMS per basket TOKAY GRAPES por pound PEACHES B C JP Crawford, per else 91 nv 15c Squirrel 29c 25c 25c 45c 20c HUDSON'S BAY CO. ;