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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBKK .'id, 101 ft THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HKHALD I'AC.l-: SEVEN.. LAST TIMES TONIQHT PATHE ENGLISH GAZETTE PATHE PRESENTS Florences Reed In "AT BAY'1 Your Opportunity to Son This Great Now York AND TUESDAY DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL AND TALENTED LITTLE ENGLISH STAR Sinners" A Plcturlzatlon .qf. Henry Arthur Great Dr.-iir-a of the Same Name. llyiand in THE BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY PRESENTS MYRTLE GONZALEZ IN: "The" Secret of the 5 Acts ihaplln In "THE a 2-Reel First Run. Also) In a "CORNER IN COTTON." A 5 Act Metro Wonderplay. ANTAGE UNEQUALLED PEOPLE IN This SHOW Don't Miss It! VAUDEVILLE PRICE FIFTY CENTS George W. Barry Maude YVolt'ord The Original Chatter Singers Singing Their Own Songs Howard Fields Win. HorlicU Co. DINING CAR MINSTRELS Peculiar Characterizations In "The Gypsy Camp" A Ballet Divertissement FREAR, BAGGETT FREAR Baseball Idiosyncrasies SANTUCCI Genius of the Accordion PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA The Best and BlgQttt'ih.w In the City for the Money MMSTIC-OnB Hitjlit flnly.-HIXT MOOCTj SHERMAN PRESENTS AN ELABORATE PRODUCTION .OF WILLIARD MACK'S THRlLtiNG THE GREATEST PLAY OF THE AGE. A STARTLING EXPOSE O.F MODERN POLICE METHODS. .Prices; 75c, 50c, 25c Seats at Hedley's Now ORPHEUM TONIGHT FOR THE PRICES 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 ANDERSON.-Five Reel.. See the Johnston Children in New Song, and Dances. They are Very Clever and Well Worth 'Seeing. At Starland Monday and Tuesday. Majestic night >o a well filled house and snored a bit T EACH ERS1.COURSES AT THE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART LEADING TO FIRST CLASS CER- TIFICATES ArraugauioiitK have been made whereby teachers holilliiK Oracle XI. corllflcales mny obtain n (Jrado XII. or first dcus certificate while still re- innlnliiK In charge of their schools. It has ni-en the policy of the department j of education to encourage teachers to themselves for public service to i tile iiJBheat point of elllclency. Many I school liburds have placed themselves on record us favoring the engagement of holders of first class certillcatcs only. For higher academic qualifica- tions evening classes, special courses and summer sessions have been of great value. The provincial Institute of Technology and Art now off ers extra-mural courses In any or nil of i the subjects required for the Grade) XII. examination. Instruction and i guidance will be rendered by the I members of the staff, who are highly (qualified specialists in the various tie- I partmcnt.. Tho systems of tuition instruction of the staff and tho 1 confidential report will be recognized uy the department (if education. Classes by correspondence in the vuri- ons subjects will bo marled not later than October 1st. Already many en-1 .uirieH have been received as to Ihe scope of the courses offered, so (hat j the enrolment of will be I large. Further announcements as to the details of tho courses will he muds to the various schools anil officials in the iieuv Harri'so'i'i mlhSTthe '.n'U'l j cia! Inslitute of Technology and Art, of heJ part o. Alma, tne girl in the I Calgary, as soon as possible, story, having good stage appearance and 100 VILLISTAS KILLED Chihuahua. Sept. 100 of Villa's followers were killed in a liat- lie with Carranza forces 50 miles During his long stage career John Drew has played in over 100 parts. What the Press Agents Say At Starland THE TUNEFUL'MUSICAL FARCB mm f L- w w- "At Bay" the splendid five-reel Pathe feature will be' shown for the last times at Starland. This is a truly wonderful 'and intensely interesting picture, in< which' Florence Reed, the beautiful dramatic star carries her audience in wrapt attention from start to finish. Oh Monday and Tuesday .the beau- tiful anil talented little English act- ress, Peggy Hyland, who won great laurels in England on the legitimate stage will make her first screen appearance in Henry Arthur .-Jones' great drama, "Saints and it is a curious coincidence that Miss Hyland's initial appearance should he in an Englishman's play, which creat- ed a profound sensation in the, Old Country before being staged in Amer- ica. A rare treat is in store for star- I land's patrons on Monday and Tues- lay. :MUS1C BY JEAN BRIQUET LYRieS-BV GEO. V. HOBART EXCELLENT PRODUCTION GORGEOUS COSTUMES ALL STAR COMPANY INCLUDING BETTY HARRISON, NORM WENDELL, LOU NEWMAN, DONNA BOYD; JENNIE NEWMAN, TOM HAES, SAM JAMES, LOU LAWSON AND THE BIG SINGING BEAUTY CIIOKUH TWENTY DISTINCTIVE SONG HITS Popular Prices: 75c 50c 25c 'SEATS AT MEDLEY'S TILL 7 p.m. CURTAIN, AT 8.30 SHARP I 1 I f t 1 THE BURNING QUESTION-