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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 THE LEfJlBIUDGE DAILY HKRAI.D PAGE FIVE MOUNTAINS IN THE RAIN :m( E THE] Y iHERES no ose say ICE It DCTerL UBB IB the Catadlu Rockier i couldn't hare suck of erMt Umber II there wuft't of moisture.. Tbe tour 1st who contes to t iwdntaln s .bat a.parasol to off the su ud a of cards to keep off tbe la impreptrvd for the beat part ot holiday I'd had weatber all tbroneh Ibr elorEous flTinBhiny after tiie other. Then, ball war Wtween Glacier the rain barwl 'aid reacted fUeera- Paw V the tourist soul wu, a night? BDOBce of wpefulMSF, In the pa urine rain we sot off at t dftcler, did a dash for the hotel In ifleStally dripping aod groups gai- Jng at'tb5tblg log you: ew-'sent naked fcharalnjr "1 don't m whyjl should play, patience, with al! thjLwatttuc for aitf 1 a S3 UfdirttHtai ot MoUnt Elf Donald, who wuVpntably chuckling or or delaf UM curtain ot'hk ftevea. Telia, I was told "rou can get a raincoat la curio tuni" ID UM.carlo tent they me a black light rubber coverall and a rakish bat to match I had thick shoes that was all 'An needed to.complete my'corttinte; .umbrella would have spoiled th party t Thews something fas V clnatliig la starting out to folio1 trail tHat never. Men before It's like reading a aerial story Bu r In the case ot tbe path to tbe Gree Glacier you: Me the last chapter fl of- blua sky. whipped stiff an tumbling over the top. of' worli That s tbe feet at tb i Bkyllncr obligingly Its1 hug haad Into the valley so that ttn tourist bu only two short miles' go to'be'able to climVup and pat th prehistoric movsler of tbe Olacla 1 Period thkt'pMrs'ao. tamely Ma" th very, backyard of Notice the sirange white sand a i, rock brought don 1 dtnbtlerfs by old Illeclllewaet tilmse in Ibe days' youth, when >v. filled tb'e'. whole Drftw luaginia of aromatic brtiU? of The illusirationa show scenes amongst the Canadian Pacific Rockies. lUione of lew to the mifit up their The forest never 1 his 'on a wet it wood of the Etent firs, tomed glacial every and star-eye deflower. They all- airly ttrftn in rain and glre out and thrlllln g .pertumcl Aalmakidraw.. nauch of thfclr.hnow- ofv'the tbrough their smell, but It's rare nman. who ever- gets tbe to with his nose.; The path winds pward past.Mg rocks cotered with bunch berries, across brldgeV, by beckoning the trees thin out and row smaller and air freshens, was clear, dean-washed, before. Mow there's the snow it 'hVpath bursts oat of the trees Into a region ot tumbled, boulders with mad HUte streams runolag hither od thither them. Strange deep crimson flowers look shyly at you over the top ot big shiny rocki and the path Is Irlsb-Gypslef than iver, with its staccato turns and up- caps. At the head-of It is ,tbe Inmenslty of the ..hjnp-whtto glacier, with a BKallow's hole1 In the side of 1 which :niost ke the ice cave. 0 o tbe left Is a littfejK.hke Lent, with a Union Jack flutteringbraveiy in froti It .All this the a.'hlg of'a fellow wba.makei up In smiles whit he leeks In''English. Your'r hla flrst tourist to-day. say sbewfcg his white teet SaehlDgJy. tin cups o which oae Is bait fall. You've lute rnpted him, Now join him please. He cnu a illce tl iread and ye SALE! STARTING TOMORROW, JULY 29A IRASS BEOS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, COIL SPRINGS, ENAMELWAREr' MATTRESSES, WRITING DESKS, WASH SETS, ELECTRIC IRONS, EXTENSION COUCHES, BLINDS, CROCKERY, MEN'S FURNISHINGS. AND ALL OTHER FURNITURE It will pay you to buy at our store auj take advantage of Uitt great opportunity. 10% OFF THE DOLLAR ON ALL'PURCHASES THE BLUE LINE CAR STOPS AT THE DOOR F. A. ROGERS 546 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH CORNER OF SIXTH A lighttome moment from the charming comedy "Peg O1 My which comes to the Majestic next Tuesday and Wednesday. AT STARLAND I "Polly of the a tremendous Goldwyn. picture made from Margaret Mayo's great play, with famous little lae Marsh as its s'.ar, will be shown text week at'.Starland theatre. Tho story of "Polly." which has jeen given'a trenicntlous. production n its pir.lurized .form, is that of o motherless girl of the circus, and of he part she plays in tiie drama o' Ife in a' small American village. It s a romance of tiie sawdust ring and as been termed "the classic of the Big Tops." Polly is hurt while doing her "act" and is the home of the local minister to" be cared Tor. Here a iretly' romance buds, bul iefore it ot wH and humor interwoven with a thread or love and p.Itcctlon. Tho pro- ducers have mounted ihe production In la vfshf style and supplied A cast cf more than usual merit. Morrell will be seen in her original role'of supported by Edward tie Tisne, Mary Archer, Ann Kent, Arthur Edwards, George War- George Bvjett, Cliarlca Hichlin and oUiers. utter U with his jsefcslfe. Ob, cer ainly.- agaldat tbe rulcg; ut-'thls isn't the botelVaffair. It's- hrtstjnQ's own little treat 'cause ou.-Wcre mauntala-mad enouElt to; out in the rain. He loves you- You're a tourist after his own dvejoturous heart. Tea you took three., you-rcmcmiier.'and and Cbrlslian go up tbe, rozen grey-mud-covered steps tocthe cry self of Greenland's ley mountain, 'here's tbe side door to the Glacial Period, that cave that Christian's- w'n axe cut out. He worked at it or a month. i The opening Is as blue as ten. ugust sizz-sSaelins together, when -you go in, the cold catches you by the nose till you hive o open your mouth to breathe! ;At le end of the cave Is a Christmas ree on wh'ose top there's another Union.Jack In cold storage. When you reach the outsidq world att- pink 'crazy' Don't aak me why. Some- .hlng about complementary colors I suppose, but If you stop to" outj you" lose the Alice-in-Wonderlatid sensation. There' are' five figures emeiinhK from tbe trees .away beJow'Vtha .mbled-botiiiler field. says Christian, waving Ms hand and smtllng as though you were', the cavalry leader for" "they jlocms ihterrupled by the gossip of the villagers, Polly goes back :o the circus. .But the circus conies back and Polly and the minister piclrun the threads of their romance climax. realistic scenes of life, tho most thrill- ing of which la a fire in (he big tent and thcf.statnpede of the audience. It fuiiy equipped circus to 13 realiBin, and you are per- see circus per- forman'ce on 4he screen; the arrival of a" circus in the town at daybreak, the great street psracle, Xhe depaTture in the. black of night.- 'The greatest horse-race scenej ever pnt on the screen Is anotfieVof the ih'fiutng (pel dents of this remarkable picture; .7 Unsurpassed as-a-feminine imper stage, JUlian Kltinge ing his attention to tlio screen or 'silent' drama and lias al ready Paramount] photoplays. Tiie newest of these, 'The Widow's Might" will be shown at'Starlantl'lonlght and tomorrow.; "The .Widow's is the sfory of a young college whovwlns out against tiie almost -.overwhelming ef- forts crooks and finally wins hack as as the girl he Joves, "The WIdoiv's Jlfghi" was lyrilten eapecially for Mr. EILlitgc by Marlon -Fatrfax, It was directed by William C. de Mills. AT THE EMPRESS The sensational feature "Loadci which has been b'arred in three irovinces, including Alberta, will hi shown by special permission at the impress tonight and tomorrow. The ilm was recalled by the censor bu rcau at Edmonton, but owing to the fact that it had been lioohod ,alreud> at Lethbrirtge, tho picture was allow ed to he shown. The film tells the story of a, man who loses e very t hi tig- En the game of life, when he tries to get more out of life than (hero is iu it. on' the fs 'now t'urning "A Look Around The Troubled World" A MOST INTERESTING LECTURE By Mr.C. Pickles of Vancouver, B.C. You. are earnestly. Invited to attend. You cannot afford to hearing this exposition of the Gospel of the Kingdom, and the light which it throws on current affairs. TO BE GIVEN AT MOOSE HALL, HIGINBOTHAM BLOCK On Sunday Evening, July 21 AT 7.30 P.M. ADMISSION IS FREE, but bring your bibles for reference. Alio bring your friends, and he lure and bring 1 185-2 You go home by the othfir-stfic-or- tbo rlver-lrall, a still loneeomier way, wilhlmorfi moss, more bunc-Jibcrries, more gUd-to-be-allveness lien etc r. T. AT TRK MAJESTIC "PEG O' MY HlARt." The United Prcdubihg Company's GLASSMAIfSV LAST KICK 112 FiFTH STREET SOUTH At TWO O'CLOCK AND CONTINUING UNTIL EVERYTHING IS SOLD., THIS IS THE FINAL IN THE CLASSMAN SAlJE: AM! tlu bargains in Wear wifl be more mm- cMu erer. ErerytluBf goes clear to the bare tke Ghsiman 4l a tffn Imity (trerer. FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER prbducttpn of "I'eg youth, the attrac- tion next Tuesday and Wednesday: rights. It is said to be the most popular play of- feroQ In New York Irt yeara, When Mr. Manners first'wrote "Peg O' My Heart" he had some difficulty In finding a manager willing to pro- duce it. Mr. MoroscpV westerner with an un-Manhattan loutlook on-life, dis- covered thai Ihe play that it was without-a fliscusslrm ot the social evil, everlasting re- vamping o( capital arirtjahor, nnd like- wise ciiniinaU'ii reference'to the sex- ual sin, from nil ofVhfch material fi RUSSELL MUSICAL COMEDY AT ORPHEUM. 1 The Russell Musical Comedy Co., which was played with such marked success to the lovers ol musical com- eJy through Western Canada, opened at Hie Orpheum last nighf, their Ini- tial appearance in this city, This company has a personale of clever artists, featuring Miss Maude JliisselJ, lyrfc soprano., -whoso ...w numbers have been feature of every performance; Geo. Rehn and Por- ter jWarfielrt, those two Inimitable comedians, Mtas Jerome Murray and "10 RiisseH singing and dancing glrlr The openmg hill, "Gay Coney Ii is a tablpld Aversion that great musical comedy success re and "the manner this talented company handled It kept Uiu yudienco in gouil liuiuor through, the entire performance. The setting is taken from that world-famous pleasure rescirt "Coney which, as tho plot of the play goes on is visited by two Irish gentle- men, bent on pleasure, and'their ex- periences while there affords the au- dience "one'laugli after another." The climax, where they substitute Jn prize fight for two well hnown pugi- lists, calls for real-1 comedy, and'tho antics of comedians in this part might best be described as a "scream." L plays had been drawn great ex- FOOD BULLETIN. Winnipeg, July McGregor director of the Western Office ot; the natla'-Fopd-Board, Issued the fol- lowing Is on trial. Weslcrn' Canada '-and 'the SlAtcs liavo ilid tajk of supplying 'far Uiu -AVtltra '.rfufrt 'IfiiS .TTtllch will aavo them from starvation and defeat. V; is the-literal, absolute fact. TKe is short About men havo boon diverted from production to tho to war-work ot one kirtl or these men have to bo fed. .The war has yet lo be won. The soldiers at tho liavc to lie reinforced ami TMs continent haa to feed, them, and the women and children of Ihe Allied countries cannot bo allowed to starve. Nearly In Kuropc have starved to dcaih ainco tho war already.' Canada today hna work for overy able man and btiy, and tho women must help. The 19J8 crop must be saved, eachleau .n your town? If and snd all consider tho' relative Import-'s'tart l tent oE late. Mr. Morbsco saw in the play the relief for which" theatregoers have long been is a seifisli lltllo being with oulluuk on liie'-tfuu a chiiil'a halve" ways. Tho story_- concerns a little Irish girl brough u'p by her" fa- ther'in pDverty.and suddenly Intreduc- crt-liilo a family of aristocratic rela- tives In Jinglanii. -Her appearance. shocks her high born relative 3 and her nri familiarity 'with (ho ways of Ihb aristocracy leads to many humor- pus 'situations. Tho play la brimful ance of his or her. owji plans In Irun proportion, ncgistratfgn day .wag the day of election. On that day Ihjj peo pie of Canada elected to servo, or lo swerve. H you to serve, como forward now. "Is there a farm employment bur- [MPRESS-Today Tomorrow A ThrllHrg Story of a Big Mnn'i wilh for tlic ol a wojnan This feature was ddMnM by. all (he 'censors In the Western Provinces. Also Mack Swain In "Home Run some comeilr Screen i l SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK "1.'.' >TWO NIGHTS JULY 23-24 The Unittd Producing Co., VesRnt thn Famjlnailng Corned o? All Time TEG a MY HEART' By- J, Hartley Manners Piny that has sent a gale 01 laughter nroiilid Iho world. Spec fat Summer' Fair-Time Prices 75c, 50c STARLAN0 'All ProxJuDtlana Guarantied. SPECIAL- ATTRACTIOM FOR THE STAMPEDE GOLDWYN PRESENTS MOMISH Photoplay of the "I! ig A PIctttriia- tion of the' World-Famed Classic, Kurgaret Mayo "Pofof the Circus" Seven Also "FATTY ARBUCKLE AT CONEY ISLAND" A TWO-REEL SCREAM ADMISSION Adulti 'Children, 5c Evehihgt 15c ORPHEUM PRICES Children 10c Adult. 5Cc Special Matinee for Children Saturday j TODAY -SATURDAY TKERUSSEI1 Musical Comedy Co. IN THAT SCREAMING COMEDY GAY CONEY ISLAND WITH THE RnueD Singing and Dancing Girls ALSO THAT. MUCH TALK- ED OF SIX REEL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY 'Wild Women' Featuring DASH I HARRY CAREY S "UP Ik THE AIR" and "A GAY TOMORROW, JESSE L. LASKY JULIAN ELTINGE. IN HIS LATEST FEMININE ATTIRE, IN "The Widow's ;