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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE p A.I L Y HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1915 ORPHEUM-Country Store-TONIGHT _ f-4 i T T -n I T TT AT C1 SEVEN EEELS OF PICTURES AND "PEGGY" SAVE YOUB COUPONS Zoe The Little Boy who has nuulc such a hit a! Empress Ihis week, also I lie -usual good program of photGphv.ys PARAMOUNT FEATURE FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM CO. PRESENT John Mason In the International Dramatic Triumph "JIM THE PENMAN" FIVE ACTS Eclair Weekly "THE OF 'SOCIETY" Two Acti Comedy "TWO HEARTS A SHIP" TONIGHT ZOE HA1GH AT THE EMPRESS 'Master Zoe Haigh, the Calgary boy Elnger, and; conceded to be a veritable nightingale, was the attraction at the Kmpress last night that received the iiiost applause and was tlie most" en- joyed. Something of the way he was received will he learned from the fact that he was repeatedly encored till ibe moving, picture operator finally through force put on the pictures aad the' audience liad to he content. He is a treat to hear, and those who have not heard his wonderful singing, should not let the opportun- ity slip by unheeded. picture part of the programme was one of the best. Seven reels of good photoplays, including the best were shown, making the programme an all-round pleasing one. The eighth chapter of "The Diamond From the Sky" will be shown at to- morrow night's change of programme. THE MINSTRELS 'The Patriotic movement has been a great impetus, and local or- EaijjzaUpns are devoting their .time .r- be one''" of 'the "big events in this con- nection is the performance to he giv- en by the Columbia. Minstrels, a local amateur organization, in the Majestic Theatre on Monday and Tuesday nest. From appearances the show is going to be a success. Well known local talent is rehearsing all tbeir possible time, and a good show is promised. There be of good singing by a. chorus o'f 25 male voices, buck and Tviog "dancing, comedy sketches, car- tooning, and. in fact, everything that a good, old-fashioned min- strel show. The performance will be high-class, and not on the same plane some of the ordinary professional "black minstrelE'' that some times tour the country. 'Here is a chance for the whole pop- ulation of the city to do their bit for the Patriotic Fund. The members of the I-OJ3-E. are giving thsir atten- tion. to the jKrformance which is be- ing held under their auspices. Tickets are moderately priced, 50 cents, and are on sale at Medley's drug store, or from members of the I.OJD.E; It is to be hoped that the Majsstic -will be compelled to hang out the S.R.O. at each performance For Piles Pyramid Pile Treatment ti Used At Home and Has Saved a Vast Number from the Horror of Operation, Don't permit a dangerous operation for piles until you hare seen what Pyramid Pile Treatment can do' for, ygu in the privacy of your own home, Remember Pitet. No cue can be called hopeless un- lece Pyramid Pile Treatment haa bten tried and bas failed, lietiars the score from people who believed their CAMS hopeless are in our filet. They fairly breathe the joy. of the Test Pyramid Wie Treatment your- Either from your druyrist or nail the oou- ppn below rifht for a perfectly frae trial FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRtKJ COMPANY, Pyramid Bidg., Marshall, Mich. Kindly lend a Free sample of Pyramid Pitt'" Treatment, in plain wrapper. City atatft SOFT. CURLY, WAVY HAIR NOW EASY TO, HAVE (Woman's Realm) fluffy, natural-looking curls or without the use of the ruinous curling iron, aro now pos- sible for every woman. Yes. not only possible, but very easily acquired over nigJit, and with .benefit to the life and health of the hair, h is only necessary to apply a little liquid sil- merine before using a clean tooth ibrush for the purpose, drawing this down the full length of the presses Croni root to tip. In the morning the hair will have a most delightful curlicess and lustre, with- out the least suggestion of grease or stickiness, will be quite con- trollable, no matter bow the hair is done up. As liquid sllmerine is procurable at any drug store and as a few ounces of it will last for months, no woman need put up with that flat, lank, dank appearance of the hair which gives such an unwholesome look of plain- ness to-most'faces. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- aity and ail medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances, of the patient Poor cared free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty aleo provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion. 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (MlM) A. M. Supervisor. (Miss) Rest Cameron, Grad. Nurte. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse "JIM THE PENMAN" Ii would simply be impossible to present a stronger and more diversi- fied program of photoplays than is being shown at Starland last night ajid tonight for the mid-week offer- ing. John Mason, in "Jim the Pen- a five-act Famous Players' feature, is of course the stellar at- traction and the strong, forceful characterization of Mr. Mason is something once seen he for- gotten, and the supporting cast is up the usual standard of Paramount features. "The Wolves of a two-reel Universal feature, is highly, pleasing. The -comedy, ..''Two Hearts ancl a. ir-a comedy -Jrom start to Eclair Weekly contains manyj