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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AI'BH, 12, HUH DAILY ISEFULD PAGEFIVE JBul There Are Still Votes, Mostly Soldiers; To IVe Counted VANCOUVER. April fable frosr- Sydney, Australia, to the Vancouver World says: "Welllugton is tho oaly big city hi New Zealand where the continuation of present saloou system received ttmlorsaUon. nt tile hanils of tho elec- tors on Thursday, all other cities go- Ing .strongly in favor of prohibition. Iho home vote ail counted The vote stands: For prohibition, gainst There are still about fjQ.QOQ votes to bo counted, mostly from soldiers, seamen and absent vot- "1 GREAT K1I i ?nJ tit a final meeting with Younjj and Knmk a'ssurvs him Uer lorcsauil lids him TlKby. Howard IXivius, Jno. cheerful adlou as he leaves for tub j Burton and Little Joey Jacobs us the front. roles. '1'Ms feature will be -shown for The story noiv deals with the uirea of Susie and Ler two. suitors, which arc iuterrupled frequently ly complication9 ami the machinations of Genna.it adveuturers itasqueradfng as with whom Sir Jtogcr _becoEiej! entangled. The IrausformatiOD of the fair women and social butterflies of England to work- ers in hospitals ami umailiou factories is shown in a series of reiuarluibly pictures. ''The Great i-ove" will Ijo shown at Siarland Monday, Tuesday and Wed- ihe labt time itmigfu. Fnrnuui iu ''The Kud of Hid Haittbow Trail.'1 thv sequel ti> iho "Hitters of the Purple will Moniiay ami Tuesday. "THE CIRL KE LEFT BEHIND" MAKES A HIT '.-om-Mly, uulj tiling fun, with litre- and there U'ft Uehlnil" just a touch of sti stamp "The Girl Hi? ATSTARLAXJ) "One of tho most beautiful ,n lie pictures I have ever seen." was which opened a two days' engagement at Hie Majestic ;hotitro lasi one uesday. of tun most all ro'ind pleasing shows of Ihe current season. i Love is the outstanding I of one's country. love of one's family love "of one's home, ;lnd as jmist bo expected in a play, love of a .KifL In ihis cast, it is n mailer of ms of biiirkmrl in discing i fwo men-broiUera-bDlh iu love ii-ith Marriage starring nliwotno tllo s.unp Kif} Knij Jiennett. which was si.own at Vrai'din'' Villon nlnv Slarlitnd last night, and will be bv is "tho main, featuru again tonight. "Hi 0.1. II. hue of tllo whole sllowand their ripens into love. frieudship 50011 usual. Nothing further need be said. AT THE COLONIAL At the popular Colonial theatre for I deserves. Mr. Oscar Cook, semi as Henry Fanmni, the southerner, gives Mr. Summer.1; admirable support all 'through. Mi'. Kil Tisns gives an iV.ation to tho Susie falls heir to pounds and nt once heeomes tho oliject of much Ample comedy is furnished on the hill ivilh the laughable Fatty. Ar- buckle1 ParatnounL comedy The Hough House.' and with the Lyons-Moran eomruly "Guilty." The thrills of the program are supplied in the latest number of "The Lure of llie this episode being tlie best yet. LYTELL SCORES KIT IN NEW PLAY Lytell, a popular' Metro titar, who ivns seen at the Ehnpress theatre yestrirday in "Boston Blackie's Little Pal." met with exceptional favor from attended A scenic production adds to the enjoyment or the pljiy, -which is In four acts. "The Girl He Left Hehmd" will lie for' the iast lime tonight at Iho Majt-Etic, and l afford a splen- did evening's enterl.iinnient to those ivho wish fo spend an evening at the theatre, AT THE MAJESTIC. Those witnessed the delightful comedy (Iraiua 'Turn to the when it presented here recently HISS FARRAR'S JOAN WAS BORN IN OPERA Much was written abdut the work autlienct which solicitude on the part of Sir lloger jtlic opening of the "picture. will not have to be urged to attend ilii Hrigliton, an unscruiiuloua fortune- j five reel production of performance the company liuiiter, who has resoU'eil (o win her Interest, is based'a return engagement nt any cost. He contrives to Force his ihc story of the samt name by! next April ifltb. They will welcome attentions upon the girl, and Hoyle. -recently publisheJ iti .the. go for it is a phbiv that oiie can see when Young is called to the front with Book Magazine. The action cen- j a. dogei] tiines'and be refreshed a.nd ters around JJoston niacklc, n scholar, heartened to better things every time. LAST TIMES TONIGHT ENID BENNETT In a Most Beautiful Production "THE MARRIAGE RING" Photographed at Honolulu. ALSO FATTY'ARBUCKLE "HIS WEDDING NIGHT" WELCOME RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF W1NCHELL SMITH AND J. J. GOLDEN'S SUPREME COMEDY SUCCESS TURN TO THE ''The Comedy that will live York San. Presented here by the same Brilliant All-Star Cast after a record breaking topr. Seats on Sale Now 7Sc, 50c his regiment-, Sir Roger to force her lo many him hefore he leaves on a business trip for France. She repels The Beauty of The Uy can be yours. tU '1 wonderfully pute, soft, while ap- rtearancc.free from all will be coof- parable to the perfect beauty of your ikta and 2 cbmpkxJon U .you will u and crook, who believes I It has a more compelling lesson tha without the' formality of i Ttenma'n Thompson's "Old Homeslead purchase, nuylhing that ho might de-land is far more delightful as to set- lsire- "e bccomes-chummy with a tings and general structure of the little the son of the home he is scenes. It comes tack for one night about to with the result that In: [and those who have friends ivho did feels that his methods of living have not see it before should not fail to not been all that they ought. j urge them to go this year. A cast of distinguished players sur-, breaking receipts as "Turn to the round Jlr. Lytell. Hhea Mitchell plays Xo attraction leaving York this Mary. Boston lilackit's sweetheart season has -played to' such record Oriental Cream HERE IT IS' G. W. V; A. ORCHESTRA N FIVE, PIECES PHONE 372 x OPEN FOR DANCE ENQAOEMENTS OUR MOTTO: GOOD MUSIC, AND LOTS OF IT. SUNDAY, AprU 13th, at 3.15p.m. ATSTARLAND Speaker: D. H. ELTON MUSICAL PROGRAM EVERYBODY WELCOME STARLAND SIX-PIECE ORCHESTRA We Pay Kancv Prices for MUSKRATS Ship to ;IB, will scml cbeck by return riiail. THE LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PfLT 4 FUR CO., LTD. Reference: Standard Bank. Office Cor. 4th Ave. A 5th St. Office phsne 79S, Res. phone Oats for Safe IN CAR LOTS Write or iiarllculars. We make quick MALOEN- ELEVATOR CO Ltd. 07-12 EMPRESS-Tonight Only -BERT LYTELL Stir of "Tho J-ono Wolf" in "BOSTON BLACKIE'S LITTLE.PAL" FATTY ARBUCKLE in "THE BOUNCER" WILLIAM FARNUM In Xane Orel's DranlBlic Masterpiece The Rainbow Trail A stirring sequel to, the Great Screen Success "Rtdora of lite 1 Purple Sage." New Cafe THE EUROPEAN CAFE ON 2nd AVE. SOUTH, IN P.CAR OF LITHBRIOOE HOTEL OPENS FOR 6M SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH. MAJESTIC TIME TONIGHT Tlic 1'roilur.lioii Co. rrosost The Plai- o( Love In Hose Time "THE GIRL HE LEH -BEHIND" WITH George Summers AND A GREAT' SUPPORTING CAST Prkw..................... ,7Se, Starting NOTHING QUITE SO BEAUTIFUL EVER PRODUCED JESSE L.'LASKY PRESENTS FARRAR Ai the Immortal Maid Orlcus m Cecfl B. DeMiUe's Cnema Muterpicce THE PERFECTLY PRESENTED WITH SPECIAL ORCHESTRA AND EFFECTS, THIS WILL BE ONE OF THE MOST NOTEWORTHY" PHOTOPLAY EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF THIS CITY. PRODUCED ON A SCALE THAT OVER WHELMS WITH ITS SHEER MAGNIFICENCE. TWELVE THOUSAND PEOPLE IN THE CAST. MOST FAMOUS CAST OF PRINCIPALS EVER ASSEMBLED. SEATS MAYBE RESERVED IN ADVANCE Once 8.15 Hktbee 35e Al CbUra ;