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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE r.Ium THE DAILY HKRALP SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1018 White and lustrous sign of they count for more in your appearance than clothes. W fill MFN ARF to The Memory MilML gf Stanley Jones You can make your teeth last longer, look bet- ter, and you can en- joy exquisite mouth cleanliness by the regular use of Royal Vinolia Tooth Paste. OB Sale at all Druggists and Stores VINOLIA COMPANY LIMITED Soap toafcets to "K- A. tbc Hing LONDON PARIS TORONTO 171 Sept. Is to settle tlin ..astern question by eliminating Turkey and Bulgaria entirely troni HIP war. obtaining for the use ot Rus- sian troops either the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Varna or Constantinople itself and using !t as a base for tlie crushing of Germany and Austria. A strong new Rusiian army is tali- Ins the field with this special miss on says the correspondent of the. Morning Post al Petrosrad. the army has gained one of three ports as a base ot .supply. K'.is- sia will lie able to strike the Teutons with 50 i or all Yhe'ailies. which amounts prac- ticallv to a pooling of all the resour- ces "'savs the correspondent. "Russia has had difficulty in getting supplies Mdjor 'Stanley J in a recent issue of Land and Water., an English' "Of course' T liked' I but "like" too colil'a word) the men In the trenches who. when promised a reMrard for do- ing two super-jobs, clioso as their due the rescinding of the order for their story, for they and chanced as rirUms for a third venture. Coring from, returned to the fighting 1'nc in Mny. At Vpres on June'.U. he was reported us wound- ed hint a prisoner; and six days later ho died. .1 do. not. forgot; hit he wan "well treated" b'y his caplors, who roust have had some Inkling of hip for thov burled him with full And 1 liked tugain the inadeumUe vocabu- lary) the record, buried among col- umns of obituary notices, concerning Major Stanley Livingstone He was born in.Nova Scotia: ho Qual- ified for the law: he was one of the first half a dozen men In Canada to enlist; he went to the front: wound- ed In January, til If., he was sent home Is "home" to Canadians In war lime; he rer.mwl to the trench- es in Mav. t'Jl.n; a second wound sent fon hlQl hoa'.e a second time: he was 'again a', the front in August, 1915; in honors: nntl. a crowning touch or completion may ho given to anum- surpassed leaves a widow serving as a lied Cross officer in France. "Too many lawyers in Hero was a king's counsel whom Can- ada will never count superfluous in her public story. Other bravo men make but. one sharp one seems as nuich as you may de- cently ask of them. Thoy so once to death, and this Is their nlory. Knur limes, this lawyer sought the field of sacrifice, four times ho hade those farewells of which a mail may say in historic words ''Now the uitlonienB of death In, once, a, Jones'who left'' a. fwicy to us many of hlg namesakes uq.hiB, might cover, a .more' course, of no numberless, 11 But .Stanley Livingstone .lolies. hjmnolf an explor- or uf ddrli valleys.-leayea, tu nil nas nan UMIK.UH.' throush the remote ports of Archangel and Vladivostok. What has been compiished in 'ills however, has been marvellous. "The copulation of Archangel wlilcn two vears ago was under 20.000 is now siv times ihat. while other townships of the same region now exist with a population of 20.000 where bstore there was no one. "Russia's new army for the east made no draiu whatever upon her i strength. If Russia had full port and I base facilities, she could put 22.000.- 000 men into the Beid. For a time she was unable to arm and equip all Hie millions stie summoned to the colors, but this difficulty has disap- p TAKE OVER ADVERTISING BUSINESS Messrs, Frank G. Smith. A. .1. .Denuo .and Harold A. Moore, have .purchased the business known as the J. Walter Thompson Company, of Canada, Limited with head otliccs at Toronto ami branches nt New York and London, tf.lfi.. and have changed Denne and Moore. Ltd. The change 3s chiefly one of ownership. The pen eared and soon Russia will be able o use all her strength. "It is fully realized that Germany s weak point when opposed to Russia 'is ier comparative shortage of men. While Russia can comfortably draw -hole armies at frequent periods, the sonnel ot the active management and j Germans are hard pressed to main- tha company's clientiele will remain tain sufficient men to defend tr.olr pany est firms in America, the same. The principals are ad Using men of wide experience What the Press Agents Say At Stnrland "The HeSoved J. Locko's famous novel, loses nothing of its charm, hut. Is rather enhanced autl made more realistic hi the uoau- tifully colored piciudzation which was the feature at Starliintl inat night, and which will be shown for tin: last times ioniplit. tUwin Arden justifies his regulation RS one of the foremost screen actors of today, and his interpretation of the role is truly boho.mian. He is nbly supported by a strong cumpany, and taking the play as a whole it is no exaggeration safe to predict that the Majestic will be well tilled Monday evening, when Oabrietle D'Aununzio's colossal spec- tacle will receive its, .initial local I showing. Produced at enormous cost, 1 witli the largest cast in it tluit lias ever been seen in any photo spectacle tuid with record-breaking runs every- where to its credit. "Caliiria" will en- thuse local playgoers as never before. Any seat in the theatre .may be re- served at Hedleys now. to say that it is one ever shown in the city.' of the ilnest "Luke's Late Lunchers." a snlendiii Pathe comedy, be shown OTI the same program. fronts. "While this is .disastrous tor the j Germans. Russia caji spare of her. tlSlng Uleu 111 IV-IILC ou" j .j.-. i ,1 handle a number of big accounts, millions, .tens of thousands 01 splend- some of their client? being'the larg- id soldiers for service in France At Mic Majestic "Cabiria" is arousing intense Inter.' est locally, and It is now practically wane, a memory of which we cay, HH j Shelly said of lovo: It litis'.yilfl dlfCer-1 unco from gold or clay, that to dlvidp j it not.to Ukoiaway. .lonoa may oonio' to mind. Sir and. recummt; Paul, the the'alliteration curry 'at, dlHpulvtt opiUiet; air William, Or- ientalist; :llurne; pro- HnphaoMlo painter, man. The list could be drawn out an Jpng as Hai'ley street; tmd still at U.s bead shoulil stand this man of law who took and took and retook ,ami took again 'Rwonl the' larger of Jtight in the world might, though ha should perish, hold lu sov- ereignty (and have its suiiellonK." WORST HAIL STORM IN. STAVELV'S HISTORY Sept. of the worat hitil slonus ever experienced in tlie Stavely district pussnd a little L-nst of tlie town on Tuesday evening of this weoit, luul od iiO.ODO busliels of grain. About 2.000 actTK wore damaged.' chow, C. A. Uoarsey and Mr. HiiIt- green got I lie. worst of the storm. about. 20 others received some damage. The majority of the farmers carried, Ins'irance. EMPRESC ini i iupM PRESENTS Love Girf With ELLA HALL. Written and directed by ROBERT Z. ARD. The suprftup-nchtiivtanent- in> Photoplay accompliahmentn. 'Filled with thrills.. Strong heart Interest. Beautiful In phto- tography. Superlative .Entertain- j. ment. CHARLIE KAPLIN in "THE TRAMP" CHERNIAVSKYS TONIGHT The notable instrumental artists. Leo. Jan and Alischel Cherniavsky, will make their at the Majestic theatre tonight at 8.30 in one of the ooncevts and recitals! inadu them famous the world .over in musical circles. On Thursday evening last these talented Russians scored a wnmlerCnl success 'lit. Calgary, thny were enthus- iastically received. A varied ami classical program has beeu arranged for tonight, and it is to he hoped that, music loveis will attend masse, and glvo the Cherniavskys every sup- port possible. >ee The New FORD Before Selecting a Car f o. b, Lethbridge FORD PARTS' DUNLOP TIRES DOMIt ION TIRES STEWART SPEEDOMETER GOOD YEAR TIRES MALTESE CROSS TIRES And a General Line ol'Accessories attention given to Re- solicit your Ford business. Ford Garage Third Are. S., Phone Open Day and Night. DON'T OVERLOOK 2 Sacred Concerts THAT WILL BE GIVEN AT. Both the EMPRESS ORPHEUM Tomorrow (Sun. Even) 8.30 TO 10.15 Pictures and Vocal Selections by EMPIRE GIRLS" Special Feature 'Joseph in the Land of Eg.ypt' ALSO A SEVEN-PIECE ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. Silver Collection io Aid the Kilties Band. ORPHEUM-TONIGHT DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE A 15 Y E L E P H A N T PRESENTED BY THE EVER POPULAR E-M-P-I-R-E G-I-R-L-S Featuring ED. SAVIN, the little fellow vyilh the BIG LAUGH Scene from tonight's Bluebird feature at the Empress Maxwell cars have greater, actual, delivered horsepower, per pound of weight, than any car Mmilt. "DOWER must be reckoned in reference to the weight A involved This is the big underlying truth that is often overlooked in careless statements about horsepower. We repeat that Maxwell cars have greater horsepower, per pound of weight, than-any car. built This has been proved within the last six months by four competitive tests made in the two leading' scientific schools of the United States. The point for you to remember is this: Maxwell cars will take you anywhere that any car; will take you and they'll take you as fast as you'll dare to travel. We are ready to prove any and all of our statements. Roadster, -iSJO Touring Car, iSSO Catrioltt. U233 Tm, n Cnr, Ktrlan. ti49O fulls eiu'sted, includmz eltctrtc jnirltr nnJHtkll. Allprkv Wfcutior. The H. T. Henderson Garage Phone 588 Cor. 6th Ave. 6th St. S., Lethbridge, Alia. At the Orpheum Here is what the 'Calgary Albertan says of the-PanUges bill, which'will he" offered to Orpheum patrons on Monday: Holiday crowds filled. Pontages the- f included all the attractive features f of the average tabloid. Herbert Lloyd is a remarkably talented and the elaborate, specially arranged features of his program elevated the' b'nrlesqne above the regular acts. Lloyd is a past master of comedy, and renditions of ''1 Want to be a ati-e to capacity at every performance j Nut" and "My Winter Garden Girl" yesterday and applauded every turn were very snappy and amusing ys of a bright and snappy bill. 'The pro- gram this week Is composed of four novel turaa. each' one. of: which' is above the average. From the" grace- ful cysle. performance 'pf Miss Minnie Kauffman to the ''unusually ;clever juggling act ol there is not a dpll .moment. Miss Minnie Kauffman gave .an ex- hibition of trick bicycle riding which was very pretty and graceful, and altogether spectacular. the juggler, concluded the program with a .finished and artistic performance of novel and difficult feats of balancing.- Altogether' the .bill was very iveil a p .momen. _ ..Altogether' the 'bill was -very ivell The Four Rennees presented one of j aml Brst variety en- ihe' prettiest so.ig and dance reruea tcrtainment. 1S3.C. H was worthy of the j ._ _ _ _ 15M.U. it was worthy ui mo I headline position on any average .-bill.' I Songs- and dances typical of Italy; Uo-lanri. Egypt and America were prescnrefl v.'ith- elaborate, scenic .effects and in a mirthful vau- devillo hurlestiun. was different from the ordinary "girl although U (MnJEOTIC-TONIGHT GRAND CONCERT BY THE WORLD FAMOUS ARTISTS LEO JAN MISCHEL VIOLINIST-PIANIST-'CELLIST "Lukejs Late Uiin'phn" The funnii comedy ever shown in the city. -LAST TIMES TONIGHT PATHE PRESENTS THE. FOREMOST DRAMATIC ACTOR ON THE ..AHD'EN. a splendid picturization of wm. j.- 1 Lbc'ke's Great Novel "THE BELOVED VAGABOND" -i ..Six- of Beautifully Colored Motion Picturei. .Next Mon.-Tues., Sept. llth-12th TWO NIGHTS ONLY POSITIVELY THE ONLY ENGAGEMENT :HERE OF; GABRIELLE D'ANNUNZIO'S' This womlei-fulsiMf taclc re- ceived its' premiere in the Grand Opera Hoiwe in Koine and was presented in the class theatres in England. Italy ana Fraiirer "CABIRIA" FIVE WEEKS IN TOB ONTO AND PLAYED TWO WEEKS AT PRINCESS THEATRE, MONTREAL, AT PRICES RANGING FROM'ZSc to I1.M, THE PREVAILING PRICE IN ALL EASTERN THEATRES. Prices Here: 75c 50c 25c Children 25c SPECIAL ORCHESTRA THE MOST COLOSSAL AND COSTLY SPECTACLE. OF ALL TIMES.. Was the first picture for, 'which and admission price ni' was paid. vj BAN 9 MONTHS ATiTHE KNICKERBOCK- ll'll' THEATRE. ..6j.MONT.HS., AT THE TLLINO.is. THEATRE 5 MONT'HS' 'Af GAVETY5 THEATRE 4, ,MONTHS8IN tPHILADIU- PHIA, 5 MONTHS IN BOSTON AND LONG -RliNS IN EVERY BIO CITY IN AMERICA. ;