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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, Ifllrt THE DAILY HERALD PACK FIVE 1 SPECIAL PATHE ENGLISH GAZETTE PATnE PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL STAR FLORENCE KEKI) Star of "The Girl With Grcon Eyet" and Other Features, I" 3-Kwsls "AT BAST" 3-KcHH A Special Comedy for tho Children Saturday Afternoon. MONDAY TUESDAY iramous Players Present iiyiand "SAINTS AND SINNERS" AND TWICE SATURDAY THE FIRST BIG OF THE SEASON. a MUSIC BY JEAN BRIQUET LYRICS BY GEp. V. HOBART EXCELLENT PRODUCTION GORGEOUS COSTUMES R COMPANY INCLUDING- BETTY HAR RISON, NORM WENDELL, LOU NEWMAN, DONNA ALL STA JENNIE NEWMAN TOM HAES, SAM JAM ES, LOU LAWSON AND THE BIG SINGING BEAUTY CHORUS TWENTY DISTINCTIVE SONG HITS Prices: 25c. Saturday Matinee. Adults Children 25c.............. CURTAIN AT 8.30 SHARP SEATS AT HEDLEY'S TILL 7 p.m. What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic "Kick the big Sherman produc- ion which is to lie seen at the Ma- jestic theatre on Monday, in billed as i'The play With a punch." It Is the punch that has placed the famous dra- jina of tlie underworld on a. pinnacle junrcached by other theatrical proiluc- i lions ot the kind. II Is the great play of the ilay and i( will remain long in the position of popularity. "ALMA, WHERE DO YOU Now songs and imisir. bright dia iloguo and hew dances, will he the tea- itures of the United Producing Com- 'nany's presentation ot "Alma, Wlicre You which will be at the Majestic tonight anil twice tomorrow f I "Alma, Where Do You if Beauty Chorus" with "Alma, Where Do You At th'e Majestic Tonight. a large and attractive chorus who is nol afraid of overwork, and It might be well to add that the members of the cast are all exceptionally well suited in their respective parts, and that the extensive array of gowns con- tains some of tlie latest and most startling creations of tile Parisian modiste, and the production has everything that goes to make up a lirst class musical com- edy that should not be missed by those who appreciate music, beauty and wit, and lots of each- As the star, Betty Harrison is in every detail all that can be desired, while Sam James and Lewis Newman are highly successful in supplying the fun of the piece; James Gordon, Nor- man Wendell, Jennie Newman and all the other participants do their share in making the play the success it un- doubtedly is. has been estranged, from the floods mother's death, which threaten iho mill, hut both go down with tlie Hoods. At the Empress "THE SECRET OF THE SWAMP" "A is tlie verdict of the reviewers on the latest Uluehird re AtStarland The New York Mall has the ing" to say of tho great drama. "At Bay." which will be shown at Starland tonight ami tomorrow: Bay1 is a strikingly impressive lilm in which Florence Reed Is a charming screen reviewers on the latest inuemru in- Reed a charming screen lease. "The Secret of tho at j o the theme the impress tonight and Saturday. same aml ability which Chet Wells, witli his invalid mother. ann iins shown on the speaking stage.' MAJESTIC-Bne Hioht Oniy-JIT M. OCT. W, B. SHERMAN PRESENTS AN ELABORATE PRODUCTION OF WILUARD MACK'S THRILLING I Coronation, Alta.. Sept. 'Frank H. Whitesides. M.P.P., is this morning hovering between life and death as a result of gangrene Infcct- !ing the wound in the left arm. where he was allot by Private Thomas E. JHelmbolt on Sunday night. Mr. White- sides suffered a relapse yesterday and 'was in such a low condition last night that the physicians were afraid to i perform the operation of amputation, (infection. oC the wounds was caused by the fact that the gun was fired at point blank range, tearing the'mus- cles of tlie arms, and probably poison- ing the blood. AT THE OUPHEUM The Mill on the Floss..picturized by the Mutual Co., drew large crowds to' the Orpheum last night whers the picture will appear again tonight and on Saturday. This production is u realistic portrayal of the romance as it is woven round the old mill, which is stolen by aii unscrupulous lawyer from the owner. After many vicissi- tudes, the daughter of the old miller, being able to give her affections neither to tlie lawyer's son or the rents a piece of property from Deaco.. j Todd for the purpose of demonstrat- ing Cliet's ideas of "scientific farm- l ing." Major Burke and his daughter j Kmlly are near neighbors. JSmily is engaged to marry a wealthy young neixr s Uay" is the story of a crusade, in n large city, against gambling dens. The district attorney starts the cru- sade and a certain lawyer named Plagg who is hack of the gambling dens, endeavors to thwart him. that the young people become fond of ach other without openly expressing their mutual regard. diet is unable to make the farm pay, despite hie bard labor and faith- fnl" effort. His mother's .sickness is an additional drain upon his finances and when Deacon Todd demands his rent the young man cannot pay. Dur- ing the argument Mrs. Weils arises from her bed ami the excited conver- sation between Todd. the sheriff and Chet gives her such a shock that she falls to the floor, fatally stricken. Chet HUN MINISTER DISMISSED Berlin, via London. Sept. 29. General Von Wandel, deputy minister of war, has been ills- missed from the war ministry, according to the German official statement. EMPRESQ TO-NIGHlO" THE BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY PRESENTS MYRTLE GONZALEZ IN "THE SECRET OF THE SWAMP" Written and produced by Lynn Reynolds, featuring George Hernandez, Myrtle Gonzalez, Val Paul and Fred Church. Unanimous approval of trade press greets unusual story with strong dramatic .construction, plenty of comedy. ory ALSO A COMEDY SCREAM. WITH SLIPPERY SLIM. THE GREATEST PLAY OF THE AGE.. A STARTLING EXPOSE OF MODERN POLICE METHODS. 75c, 2oe Seats at Medley's Saturday, Montreal. Sept. at a recruiting rally last night at St. Lam- bert in aid ot tlie Bth Royal High- bly Verclieses who presided, explain- ed that he had travelled through the province in an effort to induce French- Canadian compatriots to enlist in a just, cause. "I am again going to them and say that if they won't go I will welcome to the full extent, ana vote for, con- Bcripfiah, if in so doing 1 lose my seat in the house." ORPHEUM Tonight.and Balance of the Week. Prices 10c-15c. A MASTERPIECE EXTRAORDINARY "The Mill on the Floss" A Stupendous Film Dramatization of George Eliot's Famous Novel. Interpreted with Remarkable Skill by an All-Star Cast Featuring the Popular Screen Star MIGNON Reels. See the Johnston Children in New Songs and Dances. They are Very Clever and Well Worth Seeing. I nerne. Sept. 28. via Paris, Sept. 23. of the state council i today Dr. Arthur Hoffmann, foreign j minister and'chlef of the political de- l partment, announced that economic i negotiations between Germany and Switzerland had been completed satis- factorily to both parties. It was arranged. Dr. Hoffmann said, that each country should supply to the other what was not urgently need- ed for home consumption, except such articles as Switzerland had bound itself not to export. Dr. Hoffmann isaid the agreement had not yet been ratified either by Germany or Swit- zerland. DETAINED AT ELLIS ISLAND Vancouver, Sept. 27 Major Hum- phreys, detained at Ellis Island, N. Y., is son-in-law of James Dunsmuir. Van- couver Island coal baron. After cam- paigning in Africa with General Smutz, Humphreys was coming home on sick leave. LET USHELP YOU MAKE YOUR DINNER A SUCCESS We'll semi you a cut of meat that will lie eivsylo cook, a pleasure to serve, pleasing'to the eye and templing- to tlie appetite. This service costs you no more'. Delanys Limited Phone 452 PROPOSAL TO ERECT ABATTOIR Those interested in the project re- ferred to have submitted to the Herald for publication the following state- ment: We understand that the Taylor Jlill- ing Company of this city intend to go j extensively into the livestock bnsi- [uess, and that recognizing the primi- tive sanitary arrangements in conncc-1 tion with the slaughtering of stock in vogue at the country slaughter houses, anil the danger to public health there- j by entailed, have decided to erect a i'modern abattoir on the east end of tlie city, adjacent to the Imperial Oil company's warehouse. It is the iuten- j 1 tion of the company to have the slaughtering carried out in the most up-to-date sanitary method, to have, proper sewer connections and to cook j the offal and burn all refuse, so that there will never, at any time, he any offensive odor emanating from the j plant, and further, that the citizens of JLethbridge will De fully protected ifrom contaminated meats, which, un- 'der the present system, is a very grave danger .to puolic health. The firm are in touch with a well i known firm in Buffalo who are manu- facturers of the most modern sanitary rendering and drying appliances. They are packing house equipment experts, i specialists on reduction apparatus and I nmsance eliminators. The system is I now used by veterinary colleges and experimental stations. The city of Paris, Texas, endorsed it fully, they having installed an outfit in their mu- nicipal" abattoir with satisfaction to everybody. Similar plants located in thickly populated districts have given no trouble whatever, as there are no objectionable.odors incident to its use. A rumor has somehow been circulated that the intention was to operate an j ordinary'slaughter house within tliei city limit's, and naturally the property holders in the Immediate vicinity have become alarmed lest the value of their property should be deteriorated. But when it-is bo'rne'in mind that the pro- posed site is on the extreme eastern limit of the city boundary, and that it is on what IB already established Industrial centre and recognized as trackage and "not residential property, and further, the great boon it will be to tho city to have its slaughtering done in the most perfect sanitary me- thod kliown, and directed under the eye of the dityHieaith officer, there should'be'no possible ground for com- plaint.. It is a well known fact that.it is only the want of funds that has kept the city Itself 'from engaging on a similar enterprise, therefore.the enter- priseyof a private company going into I such a, scheme', and providing Leth- bridge'with tliriionly.sanitary slaugh- ter house'In-SSulhern. Alberta, is one ,lhat should be welcomed city with open armg, What are You Sending to the Red Cross Auction Jumble Sale We want EVERYBODY in the city to contribute some article or articles. It doesii't matter how much or1 how little it is worth it will realize something at the sale. v The Sale Takes Place on V FRIDAY AND SATURDAY October 6th and 7th In the Building lately by the Standard Furniture Company 4th Avenue By kind permission -Of F. Nelson We aim to inaUe this sale a hnge success. Will you help us! A variety of aimiseiiientti will be staged in addition to the sale in- cluding Dancing, Palmistry, etc. Two Big Days for the Red Cross. Frank Waddington, Hon. Auctioneer, A, J. Blackbnrne, Hon. Treas. Phone Phone 1084 3 _-3 ss ;