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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUtV THE LEtltBHfb6E DAILY HERALD PAGE PtVfi MOUNTAINS IN THE RAIN THERES no use saying It rails In the CawkUaa You couldnt have suek wealth Of great timber If there wasnt plemty ef The tourist who to the mountains with no alternatives but ft parftsol to keep off the m aad pftok of cards to keep oft the Is unprepared for the best part of bis Id kad good weather al through tbe glorious shouting sunshiny day after the bait way between Field and somebody tipped ever the rain barrel and Wbm we reached Refers Pass the combtMd tourist soul mighty sponge of In the pouring rain we got off at did swift dash for the howl and stood around In mentally dripping and mournful groups gas Ing at the big log Do you ever rent raincoats asked the charming whitehaired 1 dotat see why I should star In play with all feithitswaiting aM I wared ft arm In thedirection of Mount who was probably chuckling or dancing or doing sacrl Boo behind the curtain ot his I was you can SALE SALE SALE STARTING JULY 20th BRASS TRUNKS AND COIL WASH ELECTRIC EXTENSION CROCKERY MENS AND ALL OTHER FURNITURE It will pay you to buy at our store and take advantage of thlt great 10 OFF THE DOLLAR ON ALL PURCHASES THE BLUE LINE CAR STOPS AT THE DOOR ROGERS 546 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH SIXTH A which lightsome moment from the charming comedy Peg O My comes to the Majestic next T uesday and The illustrations stow scenes millions of yielding up their spices to the mist The forest never smells like this on a dry daywet cut wood of the bridges giant spruoes crumbling white rocks the tossed glacial river every fern and stareyed They all fairly twin in the rain and give out a most heady and thrilling perfume draw much of thoir know ledge of the world through their but Its the rare cloud iget a raincoat In the curio In curio tent they gave me a Big black light rubber coverall and a ish hat to match I had was all I rakish hat to match I shoes that needed to complete my costume An umbrella have spoiled the whole Theres something fas cinating In starting out to follow a trail that youve never seen Its like reading a serial But In the case of tbe path to the Great Glacier you see the last chapter first of blue sky with white clouds whipped froseta stiff aad tumbling over the top of the Thats the 9000 feet at the obligingly pushing its huge head dowjrlnto the that tbe tourist has only two short milesto go to be able to climb up and pat this prehistoric monster of the Glacial Period that purrs so Umely the very backyard of the Notice the strange white mud un rock brought down doubtless by old Illeclllewaet himself when he sense of human who ever gets the sense to think with The path winds upward past big rocks covered with whitestarred bunch across unexpected by beckoning till the trees thin out and grow smaller and the air It was Now theres the snow thrill in Thepath bursts out of tbe trees into a region of tumbled boulders with mad little streams and thither among in the days filled the whole lungfuM of aromatic running hither Strange deep crimson flowers look shyly at you over the top of big shiny rocks and the path is IrishGypsler than with its staccoto turns and up At the headof U is the Immensity of the bluewhite with a swallows nest hole in the side of I which must be the ice Over to the is a little white with a Union Jack flutteringbravely infrofi of All this belongs to the fiwls a big Newfoundlanddog sor of a fellow who makes up In smiles what he lacks in Yourr his first tourist Tea say showing his white teet Hehas two tin cups o which one is half Youve Intel Now join him slice of bread and TO Draw Inlrupted breatb He ft amongst Canadian Pacific utter it with his cer strictly asMnqt the ut this isnt the hotefs Its hrlstlans own IHtle treat cause ou were enough to out in the He loves you or Youre a tourist after his own dventurous Tea you took three dont you and two and Christian go up the rozen greymudcovered steps ery self of Greenlands icy heres the side door to the Glacial that cave that Christians jwn axe cut He worked at it or a The opening Is as blue as ten August skies slzzsiaeling And yet when you go the cold catches you by the noae till you have o open your mouth to breathe At he end of the cave is a Christmas ree on whose top theres another Jnlon Jack in cold When you reach the outaldo world all pink for three crazy seconds Dont aak me Some about complementary colors I but if you stop to reason it out you lose the AllceinWonderland There are five figures emerging from the trees away below the tumbledbonlder says waving his hand and smiling as though you were the cavalry leader for they follow You go home by the othersideof the a still lonesomier more more gladtobealiveness than GLASSMANS LAST KICK TOMORRO 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH AT TWO OCLOCK AND CONTINUING UNTIL EVERYTHING IS THIS IS THE FINAL IN THE CLASSMAN SALE And the bargains in Wear will be more nuro traui titan Everything goes clear to the bare walk the Classman stow will be a thing of the past and your opportunity gone FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER FOOD July McGregor director of the Western Office of the Canada Food issued the fol lowing statement Today Western Canada is on Western Canada and the United States have the task of supplying for the Allies from this which will save them from starvation and This is the absolute The world is short of About men have been diverted from production to the or to war work of one kind or and these men have to be The war has yet to be The soldiers at he front have to be reinforced and This continent has to feed and the women and children of the Allied countries cannot be allowed j to Nearly in Europe have starved to death since the war Canada today has work for every able bodied man and I and the women must The 1918 crop must be Let each and all consider the relative import AT STARLAND Polly of the a tremendous Ooldwyn picture matlo from Margaret Mayos great with famous little Mae as Its will be shown next week at Starland The story of which has been given a tremendous production in its picturlzed is that of a motherless girl of the and of the part ahe plays in the drama of life in a email American U is a romance of the sawdust ring and has been termed the classic of the Big Polly is hurt while doing her act and is the home of the local minister to be cared Here a pretty romance before it blooms itis interrupted by the gossip of the apd Polly goes back to the But the circus comes back another year and Polly and the minister pick up the threads of their romance In a8dramaUc The picture if filled with realistic scenes of circus the most thrill ing of which is a fire in the big tent and the stampede of the It required a fully eauipped circus to produceiithis and you are per mitted to see a Complete circus per formance onthe screen the arrival of a circus in the town at the great street the departure in the black of The greatest race scene ever put the screfen is the thrilling inci dents of this remarkable Unsurpassed as a feminine imper senator on the Julian Eltinge is now turning his attention to the screen or silent drama and has al ready appearedin several Paramount The newest of The Widows Mtght will be shown atStarland tonight and The Widows is the story of a young college mah out against the almost overwhelming ef forts crooks and finally wins back his fortune as well as the girl he The Widows Might was written especially for Eltinge by Marion It was directed by William de AT THE MAJESTIC PEG O1 MY The United Producing Companys production of Peg O My the comedyof will foe the attrac tion at the for next Tuesday and Wednesday It Is said to be the most popular play of ferati in New York in When Manners first wrote Peg O My Heart he had some difficulty In finding a manager willing to pro duce westerner with an unManhattau on dis covered that the play was that it was without a discussion of the social nndythe everlasting re vamping of capital and and like wise eliminated reference to the sex ual from nil of which material for plays had been drawn toa great ex tent of Morosco saw in the play the relief for wWlch theatregoers have long been Peg is a selfish little being with childs outlook on lite and a childs naive The story concerns a little Irish girl brough up by her fa ther in poverty and suddenly introduc ed Into a family of aristocratic rela tives in Her appearance shocks her high born relatives and her unfamillnrity with the ways of the aristocracy leads to many humor ous The play ia brimful of wit and humor interwoven with a thread of love and The pro ducers have mounted the production in lavishstyle and supplied cast of more than usual Belva Morrell will be seen in her original role of supported by Edward de Mary Ann Arthur George War George Charles Hicklin and AT THE EMPRESS The sensational feature Loaded which has been barred in three including will be shown by special permission at the Empress tonight and The llm was recalled by the censor bu reau at but owing to the fact that It had been booked already at the picture was allow ed to be The film tells the story of man who loses everything in the game of when he tries to get more out of life than there is in A Look Around The Troubled World A MOST INTERESTING LECTURE By Pickles of You ore earnestlyInvited to You cannot afford to mist hearing this exposition of the Gospel of the and light which It throws on current TO BE GIVEN AT MOOSE H1G1NBOTHAM BLOCK Sunday July 21 AT ADMISSION IS but bring your bibles for Also bring your snd be sure and bring 1852 RUSSELL MUSICAL COMEDY AT The Russell Musical Comedy which was played with such marked success to the lovers of musical com edy through Western opened at the Orpheum last their ini tial appearance in this This company has a personale of clever featuring Miss Maude lyric whose song numbers have been a feature of every performance Rehn and Por ter those two inimitable Miss Jerome Murray and the Russell singing and dancing The opening Gay Coney Is Is a tabloid version of that great musical comedy success of re cent and the manner Inwhich this talented company handled it kept the audience in good humor through the entire The setting is taken from that worldfamous pleasure resort Coney as the plot of the play goes on is visited by two Irish gentle bent on and their ex periences while there affords the au dience one laugh after The where they substitute in prize fight for two well known pugi calls for and the antics of these two comedians in this part might best be described as ance of his or her own plans in true Registration day was the day of On that day the peo ple of Canada elected to serve or to If you elected to come forward Is there a farm employment bur eau in your town If get busy and start SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK ATTRACTION TWO NIGHTS JULY 2324 f The United Producing Present the Most Fascinating Corned of All Time EMPRESSToday To morrow FRANK KEENAN IN LOADED DICE A Thrilling Heart Story ot ft Big Mans Gambia with for the love of a This feature was cancelled atkdoflndenined by all the censors in the Western Also Maok Bwaln in Home Run spine cpmedy and Screen TEG O MY HEART By Hartley Manners The Play that has sent a gale ot laughter around the Special Summer FairTime Prices SOc CTARLANP All Productions SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR THE STAMPEDE GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH a Stupendous Photoplay of the Big A Picturiza tlon of the WorldFamed Classic by Margaret Mayo Polly of the Circus Seven Also FATTY ARBUCKLE AT CONEY ISLAND A TWOREEL SCREAM ADMISSION Adults Matinees Be 1Bc ORPHEUM PRICES Children 10c Adults 50c Special Matinee for Children Saturday I TODAY SATURDAY THE RUSSELL Musical Comedy IN THAT SCREAMING COMEDY GAY CONEY ISLAND WITH THE Russell Singing and Dancing Girls ALSO THAT MUCH TALK ED OF SIX REEL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY Wild Women Featuring 1 HARRY CAREY 1 UP IN THE AIR and A GAY JESSE LASKY PRESENTS JULIAN ELTINGE IN HIS LATEST FEMININE IN The Widows Might ;