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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Till', lll'.IIAJ.n (JLKNWOOI) irrnirt nur nmn'Corwiiondinj) Qlenwood, April II 110 liluff stout 'fllonwood'n More, any loiiior. luR'o nn un-lo data ono ol lint. A grcm rtcal ul lilk hoi been ardor nil winter sboul noiiicono inillliiK uu Bloro In fllon- wuod bul us' liollilni! icomcd lo bo d.ono wo (old IL oil lo "Uuli." Then suddoiily lisl'wcok, 3. 0, jironilnoM Ciirdslon morchnnt, neciir- dl 'igrtlCM'ol It. Huvnjso an nnjciiinn oiid promptly InililM n crmijiloto llno.ol groceries and nlit porno hardware'and liiiuichold ulon flls. Hint can ho hai wciok wrro jiy'lllckctl, Mr, Ito. WlJlllliiK, Angllmr umtijUt bpcn lo Ilio mnk unir for a row wctkl. Mr, anil Mrii -JlMllnM rnontd nto Ilio UilllloM liouio, Mri. Hail- ronl tht iiitiilw ViinA- wti'tl wii u (uiinir inirio il Illih tllnr, an.l Jontt ctikrcu ol llm iMiniKtinuiil ul Hi.) Illth Jtlrer Ortauiurr last ilr. Biid Mri, Jmtt nlll rul'lo IHeli Kim Uili lli'rn In a Hit ul Ihc turned oul ono WQMSII In Illtcr, for Ihn mo "nil bcntfll our loldlc-in, uii Murcli SUl, 1417. It B record ond uuo of whlit Illeli Illvc-r Justly iirouil. Tlie lint iblrll, CO C) 27 xuviMi, 141 prjonm WHO U t IKI l CXIl intinnun Mr Mill of. Uii! Knclmnl Hardware, TH IliU work It rciiulred IV2 ller oil I'rldiy tvcnlnii- of canon end bullun bpln jolm Frtwoan, of tho Ailorla liik- btfnro Mr. 'A, W, H. 'I Mora J.l'., oil .Mojidoy lust, tlnreu wllh un Infract loif.ol Iho Aibcrta IA- ntl, by having liquor on hfn all of, Trivcrt are o allcnd llie- Ul I luiplcci of are iilcy, concert nnd danco nil lycd unlll NIC men get mywhc-ro In Iho ijrofory donsrlmcn now had nl lllonwood. Afivlhc-r Important chivngo has als taken rlnco. Tim post office change jianils, John finding II jiiicoi' nary to iiovi) onto lili f.irin, turned UiO poit oJflco nppolnlmenl over to Mr. Fiavocd al Iho Bnino tlmo us ho took the Blnco fire, whlcli burned the homo of Mr I'Sa'vupo, lie hnd found temporary ylili Vf.'O. l-ybbcri bul now ho la quite anucly housed In two rooms' Iho bark part of tho uloro hulldliig. Allhouih Iho recent nnow storm has hindered the ccodlnK for a fow dnys all Ilia farmers hero Bcom lo ho hope (ul ol gelling Ihelr full crop In, and moat of Ihem havo decided lo plant wheat as Into as May 10, If necesnary. Tho now usaorably hall It already 'for tho plasterer now, but thla will have, to'ho delayed unll tholr work done. TRAVERS Apr. lions.were delayed a fow days on ac counLof snow, hut farniera are again tlio field sowing ?2.00 wheat. As tho ground la'lii good shape somei hCa vy yields are expected. The teachers have all rcaumcd thai cchool duties, among these being Mia llamm, Miss Mtllo, Miss DavleB, Dai McrlierBon arid Miss Davla, Mr. and Mri. O. A. Holdcn wor over-Sunday visitors lo the Win. Tur ley home Rellaw. Mr. and Mrs Baonen wc'ro" Sunday visitors at tb Jerry Rlcltelt homo A" goodjy .number attended churc on. SuridVyi. Itov, Armstrong Is.noi ablo to lulfil 'his appolnimcnls. mooting -wa'a held Wednesday even Ing Iii regard tb'lhe new church whlc was open to the public. Merlo Daughman Is working al the Bray Hardware tor Iho prcaenl. Ampng Lclhbrldgo shoppers Ihla iinacr llm "V Herald Xlllolt.aii'l UorU llaiiRhman lo LcLhLrldno and inurrlal oii'llio ICIh. tclcBrniihcd Iho fad on' lhat thoy would ho homo TuosdaVrln tho ovcnlnn. On licarhiB this good-sized crovfl Ralli- orcd nt Iho IlaUKhmnn horaq nnd wlcli- cd them much liapjilncsi, alto prcienl- cd thorn with n carving lot and oilier glllB. After lunch Micro-wan plcnly of music nnd dancing, Harry J.ynk'S fallior and motlicr from thla even- liig'n train. Tlioy arq havlni; an lui- migrant rar como with horses ond ma I'hlnery und Intopd to try Albijrla farra- Inc for n rcw'yearc: I'lVK (pViolfiT FOUR- NINETY Ih'rom [.title Arthur Cook, lha year old KOII of Mr. II. Cook, f Iho C.I'.Il. form, wet wllli a, naaty ccldenl on Saturday pllernoon when o broke lili'loic.: Ho wae sent on on rrand lo Iho Implement shed, When o wua In Iho Bhcd n hag lull f-heavy material fell asalnat his Icht leg between the- knco and ho anklo. The little, fellow was loo or away from Iho liouso lo allroct ny nUentlon.-.sVho slnrlcd for Ihc. louBo on hla haiida and kneca, and md crawled 'lhe distance before 10 was discovered. Medical aid was called In and't'io Illtlo fellow la now getting along nicely.. II. C. Jonea, of fort William is tho low accounlanl at the Hank o[ Ham- lion. lie tho placo ol Mr. I.yno, who has :goho' to Port Hono, SO'.O LOCALLY IT i' ALBERTA Tho best slcel, and Hcnuino grado rnnleruila forged, CBS! or welded into bhape by modern machines of scientific nccuraiy insure llie hiijh efficiency of the CHEVROLET Four-Ninetx. Tho resiliency of Iho chassis, the pliancy of the sup- porting springs end fine uphohtcry insure comfort. Our mammoth production and efficiency methods makes possible) Ihe low price of t. OSIIAWA including Electric and Slarlcc. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA. LlMrllD OBHAWA. CANADA. I KaVICE Allo 0KAHCHI HEalNA, SAflK. School Dlslricl IK lo Appciil Against Uccenl Decision on Ccrhiin E'rojjcrlles of. appeal has been entered by Iho Lclhhrldgc Pahllc School trltt against tlio ruling ol the court of revision on tho 1317 assessment In connection with Ilio dlylalon of the school laies on Ihc properties of Iho r. Hums Co. .and lhe Canada West ern Nalural Gas Co. In Lclhlirldge Ih'ja bringing lo a licod a controvert) letwcen Iho publlc'school and.aepar 'alo school boards which haa licei 'dragging along for' some years. -Tlif will be heard before Judge Jack son, lo whom the city will reforll. It Is tho old, old question of Hie d. of company taxes. Under th IjJILU, MIIVI ol tornpllll) mica, uuuvi HA Out., where lip will ordinance, separalc BChoo Notice to We-'siipplied yoil with the fall of 191G and yeats bc- WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM'OUR-LETHBHIDGE 4 CALGARY .OFFICES. Send in'-your orders now-. 'We have the i ''PHONE YOUR .1412 -LETHBRIDGE, J. Harris Co. AGENTS. LETHBRIDGE CALGARY 82-6 munition raclo'ry.- O. 13. llueltlcs, iilio haa been manae- nf Hie Dcardsloy pool room, has de- cided lo erect a pool -room on Main street, Klrkcaldy. iThe building will bo 21 I 40, and Is'to'be opened tho beginning oi'heit mcmlh. B. M. Clark, was. a vlsjtor lo Cal- gary on Saturday evening- II0 rc' turned on Sunday night, bringing with him Mrs. Clark, who has been In Ihe General Mrs. Clark g getting along-very' nicely.1 J. N. haa sold his placo wcal'Of la 'moving lo Sampson- ton east ot Crossfleld, Ihls week, where ho will go In for cattle raising. HIGH RIVER (From the Al 'the meeting.pKlhe High rtlvcr Automobile cliib, on Wednesday, thcro wero flfleen "members present, aiid all entered Into Iho spirit 9f tho meet- Ing with enthusiasm. '.Tbe condition of sofo ot our roads, are such at times that motorists who have had hit- tor experiences" In Ihe paat wera glad lo do anything InHhelr'power lo Im- prove the Many sugges Nona were and'lhe one lo eo operate whirltHe local munlclpollllcs appealed lo all.- 'A motion was passei that n obscrvci by all -when they would KO lo some parllcular a'lrelclrot bad road nnd perform certain reralrs.-lhe.dato to be selected by tho .executive.' 51r. J. S. Hunt'wS3rchaIrinan.: Editor Cbainbe'ra.'ot-tho Claresholm llcvlew, Is rapidly.'acquiring a mon- opoly of Southern'Ajherla iiewapap- era. The Hat now lie- view-Advertiser; Tho Oranum News and Tho Stavely'Advertiser, Ibree ex- with lucratlvo advertising patronage.-- A prosperous farmer from cast ot High Itlver sold 1000.bushels of wheat on Tuesday al ?2.2i per huslwl.' Ho has sllll bushels of grain to sell, llesidea Ihc salo ot'graln ho dlaposed of 55000 worth of hugs in 1916. The news may be somewhat belated, but la novorl'licless Interesilng lo re- What the Press Agents Say boards arc required In serve notice on Incorporated companies asKIn them lo.make a dcclarallon as to hbv their school laxea sliould be divide according'lo Iho religious c their sharcholdera. In lhe case -o Inrgo companies It Is generally Impo slble to do Ihla owtnc to the wide dl Irlbnttcm ot the stock. In which casi the companies are unable trial any declaration when Iho taxes a divided prornta according to Ihc a sessmcul ot the Iwo districts "as r.lanrts on Ihc books. In lhe case of the P. Hums Co, an the Natural tias Ibe former aske that tho taxes be divided 75 per cent, lo'lhe S. R. and 25 per cenl. lo the P, 8.', while Iho laller asked thai, llie iubllc schools receive 15 per cenl. and ilic separate schools 25 per cent. The public school board holds that, as the stock of these two companies is.wide ly "distributed, they cannot know Iho religious "faith of Ilio shareholders and brc IhereforB'nol In a posilloh lo paaa a resolullon dividing lhe taxes, 1; which case a pro-rata division must bo made'. In.LelhhrldEO this division would he.about 1-131U to the separate school and the remainder to the pub lie school-on all company taxes on which no. declaration Is made, f The case Is on Imporlant believed lo bo Iha'firsl In Albcrla. A somewhat similar case was heard i Ihc. courls ot Easkalchewan last year o Says Preacher, Who Haps (Market. Manipuliilors and Hciil FJslatcrs "Jeremiah went about' Jerusalem ooklng for an honest man bul lie ooked In vain. would not like lo ay Micro are no honest men In Lelh ridge, because I believe there arc omc, bul Iherc are many who are ot bonesl." This assertion wa niado al Knoi Church yesterday morning by Rev. W. F. Burns in crmoK on practical Chriatlanily Rov Mr. Burrts declared that too o en 'Christian Justice Is divorce iom business. A few years ago there vas an oil boom in Albcrtu. At that lime (here were men who were hon- estly endeavoring to develop oil re no doubl prove very cnttrtalnlng a] arailt'irft wllh CKccllent tal- have already been eftcurgd, anil anyone else ivlshlne to compete for tlio prize may enti-r the contest by applying Ihe box otiico anyllrno hC'forc four o'clock Wcnlsesday after- noon. sources In Iho province, but there were, many who seized the opportun- ity to secure millions of money from Ihe" people which was never used. for development and has never 'teen re- turned." In' tho real estate business, It was considered nulio Hie Ihlng a few years ago to buy a piece of farm land anywhere up to IB miles from a city, subdivide It and selNt in the east 16 unsuspecting purchasers. Men wh'o manipulate Ihc wheat mar- ket causing an Inflation o[ prices which is unwarranted are In the same class. '-.They', arc not honest men. 'heir business morals are not such EMPRESS TODAY ONLY. Rrlc Campbell, the C-foot 4-Inch lent of Ihe screen, a lastodon, becomefl cuinbrously frolic- omo with the fair Kdna I'un'lancfl in 'The ond Urns slips automr.- eolty Into Ills accustomed role of lak- ng punishment from Charlie Chaplin, who la all over his ijuarry at once !iku on a woolly dog. The fun becomes Irresistible from Ihc moment of Chaplin'a mcetiag with Kdna and ihe big patient uulil tho end of Ihe play, laughable sllip- llons follow without cessation. There is a 'swimming 'bath scene in v.-b'ch Chaplin half drowns the giant, Charlie exhibiting himself In a Iliat of expert swimmer and diver. STARBAND That the luat lor money leads crime and even murder is the Iheme r of "The Foolish Virgin" the novel by Ihe noted author. Thomas Dixon, which has been piclurized for Clara Kimliall Young' as her second Selz- nlck-riclurcs, offering, and will be seen at Starland tonight andtlomor- row. The story of Foolish. Virgin. is Intensely.. dramatic in character and offers the popular and beautiful Miss Yqurig unlimited opportunities display every phase of her notable lenls. In fact it Is EaiJ lhat In this cond Selznlck-Piclurc Miss Young seen to even greater advanl- 53 than In "The Common hc-r AT THE MAJESTfO UW SUGDEH, FORMERLY MOUNT- ED POLICS SURGEON, TO LECTURE HERE. Was Attached lo R. N. W. M. P. Dur- ing Klondyke Days. Dr. Leonard 6- Sugden, who corncs to tlie Majestic Thcatro on tlie 27th and 2Sth lo exhibit some remarkable motion pictures which he himself made, "The I.urc of was formerly attached to the II.S'.W.M.P as surgeon, and served with the force during Ibos'e blrenuous days of the Klondike gold rush. Dr. Sugdcn was not an enlisted man, hla Eervlccs hav ng been commandeercu oy (then Col. S. Sleele, who needed men o nerve and muscle like Dr. Sugden In those days which weeded out the jveak and made the strong. Dr. Sug- den was one of the very, few medical who were ahlo to take lo the alone, find their -patients and bring Ihem In lo safety, If need be. hat Jereinlah' would have picked hem out lu looting [or an honeat man. The speaker pleaded lhat bust ness morals should prevail lu every day lite, Ihc cjoak of an in corporated company is no excuse fo he men connected with il allowing helr-busluesa morals lo fall by wayside. ompany. Albert Capellaril, Ihe r.oted French asler of screcn-cialt, who produced The Common Law." also directed The Foolish and this fact s sufficient 16 guarantee a pholo- raphically perfect picture. The star s-ably supported by a company o! creen'players- of the first rant, eaded iby, Conway Tcsrlc, who also layed leading male role In "The lommon aiirt Paul Capellani, has been seen In a number of lisa 'Young's best productions. FDR PROV. POLICE llABOR ._ la- .Hartman, proylncla lo'vernnient aaent (Dept. of Ag- Iculture) for the distribution of arrn labor In tho'-'Lethbrtdae hai taken" pWIcea In. the Board of .Tirade 'building, Leth brltfgs. rifflce Houri: 12; Fanners Should 'get In'uuen with" Mr Hartman at once, and ihould state and clzsi of me required. a numhcr'Of expcr Icnced couples wh want ompibyiricnl with farmers Alao applicants for operating tractor cnglnca. .i.y Farm '.Laborers Requirlnfl work will be directed if.they wljl call. 'al the office. 'Will All'o receVve Information re- .girding available homeiteadi In the province and be tupplied with rnipt, literature, ratei, by' Mr. Hirtm'ih.: ARE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- PED FOR SPRING. WORK? We are well handle all klndi" of repairs. High grade work at a reasonable price1 11 our motto. We Guarantee! Satlifacllon Our Prices Are Right. N1VEN BROS. 216 First Phins 1732 Alberta's provincial police are to ho more closely .modelled after Lha.R.N. W.M.P. than It was at first Intended. On Saturday horses for "D" dlvi-. aion were secured and a number of men in charge of outposts will be ounted Immediately. Itjs the Inten-; on lo mount those the out- Ing diatricts -who :havo a lot of round to cover, though in nd larger towns where more pracllc- blc, aulomobiles will be used. Commissioner I'rimrosc ot tho Al- erta Pollco was In Iho city for a cou- le of hours on Saturday visillng In- peclor Piper and making arrange- ments tor Iho proper equipping pt Ihc orce to cover the territory. It Is understood the new uniforms or Ihe police will arrive about May Lethbrldgo has "come s slrbiig owing to the enormous crop of the pasl Iwo years lhat Ihe east beginning to sil up and lake noiic One of the best notices the city ha received of late was a full column the Wall Street Journal of the Issu of April 14. The concluding paragrapl elated: -Agriculture is'mnking' rapid pr gress. In the districts surroundin Le'thbrldge. Theri have been odvcr season's Ihrough occasional shoita of rainfall, and tho farmers have tho oughly learned the lessons regard! cultivation required meet Ui'eso The Canadian government expe DAIRYMEN! You find a. itea'dy market for your milk with us. Hlgheit price prompt returns. i, :t. We can supply, you with cans at fallowing prices: t i. j 5 gallon S gallon cans for prices. We arc agents for, "the CREAM SEPARATOR. The best on the': market. .i Easy to operate and' you 25% to 40% on lhe'lnltlaj_ tost. GRYSUt DMIIV IID. LETHBRIDQE roehlal farm the clly II che its is :iinder Iho nianagenicnt.of .W.-I1.. Sqmc -gopilVnovclly nn produclloii at head of her own So great had icen his still that even before the Klcndyl'C daya he was known throughout Alaska as "Juneau a name given to him. by Iho Indians because of his operations among them for cataracts. By these he had.restored their sight, and. they thought him Jesus came earth and making tho blind see. Dr. Sugdcn knew'.In his Yukon days Tom Diion, a Lcthhridge man and probably one of Ibe finest scouts Er- whole force there. Dixop, I was, who made the Bingle-haodei capture of one o the most cold blooded and desperal murderers lhat ever infested th Yukon Territory. Mnlor .Wood, i command at Taslsh wailed fo -heliig .the wh could effect the arrest, and the.s.lon The city la Invaded today by hun- gry landseekcrs froni California, look- for some of tho land that broke all wheat records last year. There are 15 in the party conducted by toil C, P.' It. Members of the party stale lhat the snow has no terrors for Ihem. When Ihcy left their districts Ihero was urgent, need ol rain, wlilch It It doe's not come In the neit ten daye, will mean very short crops this year. jpHEUl TONIGHT J Matinee Dally at We, 20g Evening Show, 35c Ralston ami PRESENT CAllfORNlUELlES In THE FLIRTING WIDOW tales. When Dr. Sugdeu readies Lelh- gt. .The uniforms Include .riding reeches and spurs. TAKE OVER FLOUR.MILLS London, Apr'. Devonporl ho food conlrollei, loday Issued fin order for Ihc Inking over of all Hou mills in the United Kingdom April 3( ij- his department. It presumed lhat Ihe mills will conlinue to be op craled by their present owners under Fairtleld, whose experience is alwava ireelj'-at the service, of the farming cornmimlty.- Farming and slock rais- ing and feeding operations on the 100 acres of Irrlgaled land close to he clly'.are also highly successful- the' grain crop'In 1315 was phen- omenal In. volume. Some grain, valued at over were shipped frora Ihc Lelh- bridge district In lhat year, the yields of "wheat from individual farms aver- aging about 10 bushela per ocre. The yields in 1916 nlso.were high, the av- erage" for whcal being 30 to 35 bush- els per acre. The district holds the world's record for the production of wheal; -in 1916-the. Nobleford farm 18 nilles Irom Lcthbridge, recorded a yield'" ot from acros. The yields.of barley and oats have also been p'roltfic, and like the wheat, of Iho very, highest qunlily. Tho Irrigated lands are largely plant- ed to alfalfa, producing an average ot AT THE ORPHEUM is Uie new offering''it--the Orpheum, and o splendid entertainment is promised ij- Ralston and Wolf, who clnim that this is one o't lhe best, bills in Iheir entire-.itpcrlolre. The happenings s.kc place sl-.s sanilarium, nnd many udtcroua situations arise. The mLs- cal numbers deserve special mention as they arc far-above the average, and lhe dances are exceplionally clever." Mr- Hollla will sing "An Irish- man's fiud Mr. Murphy will be seen In another "Blacli-ilace" part lo which he1 ia well sulled. Miss Ed- wards-will also, give a good account of herself'-'in the role of a. suffragette and Anic'c Bfuneau will bo as charm Ing as .ever: 'Miss Slyrlle Van mis voice will be much In ii." "''orus .promise imbers. AVcd will: probably be welcomed by members of the post here, and doubtless some.great stories' of old times will be told.. Itjs not often that a man. having gone "through" all ho' has, returns in Ihe role of motion piclu'rc director. The pictures are aid lo be qulle 'unus'uai. A Rollicking Musical Comedy ncEday" njghl.a special ainalcur pro gram'.w''sivcii, after Ihc This fealuro night will ON ITALIAN nome, Apr. 21. via was a marked" Increase yesterday In aelivily on the Auslro-Itallan -front. The war oCCice reports'heavy! artillery fighting along the whole Uiough no InfanlryacUons of.large size occurred. r .WEDNESDAY NIGHT EXTRA ADDED FEATURE Amateur Contest Big-Money Prizes Given "Joln.lhe the Fun 'he supervision of llie food conlrol- lo 5 tons per aero from three cut- tlns's'.per-ssaaon. f FOR SALE i Fully modern 'houie on 6th" Ave- A., S. Six rooms and full concrete basement. Finl class condition. A snap for cash or would consider terms. CONYBEARE. CHURCH, McARTHUR DAVIDSON 92-0 TO ABOLISH SUNDAY LABOR ON MUNITIONS WE SAVE YOU MONEY'. ON WlARItIC FDR YOU BSE Lf 4 FAMILY HENNESEY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. London, Apr. labor Is to bo abolished aa :far as possible ill a large-malorilr of munitions works. Only In catnllishnients In which tho process vrorked Is of necessity contln nous.or-where conlracla of grcal urg ericy arc being filled will exceptions he mado. -This decision Is the result of nn ex pcrlmcnl carried.out fcr lour months Iti worka on tho Tyne inn Ihc'nbolltlon of Sunday labor, accord Ing lo' an otlicial reporl, has been In mpsl Irislanccs hlshly beneficial t tho health of Iho workers and Ihc qul put ol munitions. WAR RISKS ADVANCED Washington, Apr.. goven mcnl war risk ralo on shi] arid cargoes from Ihc Untied Slate to Emropo was advanced loday fro 3 per rent, to 5 per cent. In kccpin with Ihe wlvapco made by hi eiuiief.'otijrf 4 MAIDS OF, ENGLAND ARE HOLDING A ii n i and Dance IN THE S. O. E. HALL April 25 Proc'cedii in nld of the Blind Soldiers', and Sailors' Fund. Gentlemen 50c Ladies 2Sc EVERYBODY- WELCOME Ul-4 THE CURE BLUES--SEE Chaplin IN-----------------------T i The Cure A side s'plilling aeries ot Chap- linalica: There positively never was a Chaplin like thla. Come early, rou'can't afford lo inias Ihla brand new Chaplin. lie- nicmber you pay no advance in -price. Other good pictures and good mlialc. Continuous 'show- ing Ironi 12.30 to 12 tonight. Yonr'.only-chance to see tills la today. Come earlyl MAJESTIC THEATRE n't Two nights Com. 'FrI, Apr J. B. POND LYCEUM BUREAU PRESENTS fool of Slolion Pictures showing life and advenlure In the Yukon terrilorj .SEE The'hi'Ui of an iceberg; mill- Ions of leaping salmon; Dr. Sug-: den defying death In the .While Ilorso Rapids; a raging forest lire; the midnight Service wrote his pocma DON'T ,MISS ITI Reserved Plan opens Svedncsday, at 10 a.m. al Aaainlbqla .Slualo Co Store, 6lh Street South. T'.'WHILE IT LASTED" Lonesome Luke Scream From Start-to Finish. NICK" One-Reel.Chrislie Ccmcdy Featuring the Pr'tlly Li'ltle .siar, BlLilE RHODES SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW LEWIS j; SELZNICK PRESENTS THE STAR SUPREME; N Clara Kimball Ypjiing Now Appearing Exclusively In Selinlck Super Pictures In the Second Great Production Under Her New Contract. B Rtei? Foolish 6 RetU By Thomas' Dixi.i, Author of "The Birth of a Matinees Daily al 2 and 330 pm Evenings 7 and 9. Tw Only, ADMlSSlON-iADULTS 25 15 _ ;