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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 . THE LETJIBRIDtlE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MOUNTAINS IN THE KAIN THERE'S no use saying It never, rains In the Canadian Rockies. You couldn't have auoh wealUi of KfMt Umber It there wasn't plenty of moisture. The tourist who coiom to tlM: mountains wUli no altematlves but a parasol to k�op off the son and a pack of cards to keep off the blues, ' 1ft UDprepared for the best part of bis holiday. I'd had good weather a!l through ttao Rockies-one elorious sboutingv BUMblny day after the ether. Th*n,' half way between Field and Glacier, omebedy tipped ever the rain barrel and When we reached Rosers- Pass ;> the combined tourist sou) wa^^ a BDl^ty sponge of wpefulness. In the^ pouring rain we got oft at : Gl^ler, did a swift dash tor the hotel ande1ow the tumbled-boulder field. Ah," says Christian, waving his hand and smiling as though you were the cavalry leader for sure, "they follow!" �JTou go home by the other-sido-of-tho river-trail, a still lonesomier way. which one is halt full. You've Inter-.rupted him. Now join him please, lungfuls of th� aromatic breath of , He cuu a slice ( bread and you Christian, sbowftag bis white teeth, withf more moss, more bunchborrles, flaehlngly. He "has two tin cups oT more glad-to-beallveness than over. D. T. SALE! SALE!! SALE!!! STARTING TOMORROW, JULY 20tli BRASS BEDS, COIL SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, WASH SETS, EXTENSION COUCHES, CROCKERY, TRUNKS AND VALISES, ENAMELWARE, WRITING DESKS, ELECTRIC IRONS, BLINDS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS. AND ALL OTHER FURNITURE � ft will pay you to buy at our store and take advantage of thin 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'VE. A lightsome moment from the ch which comes lo the Majestic next T arming comedy "Peg 0' My Heart," uesday and Wednesday, AT STARLAND "Polly of the ClrcuH," a tremGndous Goldwyn picture mado from .Margaret Mayo's great play, with famous little Mae Marsh as its sfar, will he shown next week at Starlanil theatre. The story of "Polly." which has been given a tremendous production in its picturized .form, Is that of a motherless girl of the circus, and of the part she plays in the drama of lite In a email American village. It Is a romance of the .sawdust ring and has been termed "the classic of the Big Tops." Polly is hurt while doing her "act" and is takeiTto the home of the local minister to be cared for. Here a pretty romance buds, but before it blooms it Is interriipterl by the gossip of the villagers, apd Polly goes back to the circus. But tlie circus conies back another year and Polly and the minister pick up thi; threads of their romance in a'.dramatlc climax. The picture-Is filled with realistic scenes of circus' life, the most thrilling of which is a fire in the big tent and the stampede of the audience. 11 required a fully equipped circus to produce^his realifini, and you are permitted to see a complete circus performance on -the screen; the arrival of a circus in the town at daybreak, the great street parade, the departure in the black of night. The greatest horse race scene ever put oa the screen is another-of the thrilling inci dents of this remarkable picture. Unsurpassed as a feminine imper son^tor on ' the stage, Julian Eltlnge is now turning his attention to the screen or 'silent' drama and has already appeared'in several Paramount photoplays. I'ho newest of these, "The Widow's Might" will bo shown at 'Starland tonight and tomorrow. "The 'Widow's Might," is the story of a young college man whovwins out against the almost overwhelming efforts of^sonie crooks and finally wins back his fortune as well as the girl he loves. "The Widow's Might" was written especially for Mr. Eltlnge by Marion Fairfax. It was directed by William C. de Mille. of wit and humor Interwoven with a thread of love and affection. The producers have mounted the production in lavish style and supplied u cast of more than usual merit. Belvit .Morrell will be seen in her original role.of "Peg," supported by Edward de Tisno, .Mary Archer, Ann Kent, Arthur Edwards, George Warring, George Byjett, Charles llicklln and others. AT THE EMPRESS The sensational feature "Loaded Dice," which has l)eon barred in three provinces, including AlbcrtJi, will be shown by special permission at the Empress tonight and tomorrow. The film was recalled by the censor bu reau at Edmonton, but owing to the fact that it had been booked already at Lethbridge, the picture was allowed to bo shown. The film tells the story of a man who loses everything in the game of life, when he tries to get more out of life than there is in it. " 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 mls9 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 Sunday Evening, July 21 AT 7.30 P.M. ADMISSION IS FREE, but bring your bibles for reference. Alto bring your friends, and be sure and bring yourself. 185-2 CLASSMAN'S LAST KICK TOMORROW.~Saturday 112 FIFTH S'ntEET SOUTH At TWO O'CLOCK AND CONTINUING UNTIL EVERYTHING IS SOLD.. THIS IS THE FINAL IN THE GLASSMAN SALE And the bargains in Men's Wear will be more numerous than ever. Everything goies clear to the bare Monday, the Classman stpre will be a thing of the past and your opportunity gone fdrever. '.' '" '. ' / ' FRANK WADDINGTON . AUCTIONEER FOOD BULLETIN. Winnipeg, July 20.-J. D. McGregor director of tho Western Ofllce of the Canada Food Botird, issued the following statement: "Today Western Canada is on trial. Western Canada and the United States have the task of supplying for the Allies from this Harvest, which will save them from starvation and defeat. v "This 1b the literal, absolute fact. The world is short of Jood, About 90,000,000 men have been diverted from production to the armies, or to war work o� one kind or another, and tliese men have to be fed. The war has yet lo be won. The soldiers at tho front Imvo to bo reinforced and increased. This continent has to feed them, and tho women and children of the Allied countries cannot bo allowed to Blurve, Nearly 5,000,000 peopl� In Buropo havo starved to dentil since tho war already. Canada today has work for every able bodied man and boy, and tho women must help. The 1918 crop must be saved. Lot each and all consider tho relative Import- AT THE MAJESTIC "PEG O' MY HEART." The United Producing Company's production of "Peg O' My Heart," the comedy of youth, will be the attraction at the Majestic, tiieatra for next Tuesday and Wednesday nights. It is said to be the most popular play offered in New York in years. When Mr. Manners first wrote "Peg 0' My Heart" he had some difficulty in finding a manager willing to produce it. Mr. .Morosco, westerner with an un-Manhattan 'Outlook on life, die-covered that the play was "different," that it was without a discussion of tho social evil, and ^he everlasting revamping of capital and labor, and likewise oliniinaled reference to the sexual sin, from all of which material for plays had been drawn tq^, great extent of late. :\lr. Morosco saw in the play the relief for wlVIch theatregoers have long been waiting. "Peg" is a selfish llttio bolng with a^.child'e outlook on lii:e and a child's naive ways. Tho story concerns a little Irish girl brough up by her poverty and suddenly Introduced, Into a family of aristocratic relatives in ^ingland. Her appearance shocks her high born relatives and her unfaraiUarity with the ways oE tho aristocracy loads to many humorous situations. The play la brimful ance of his or her own plans In true proportion. Reglstratfpn day was the day of election. On that day the people of Canada elected to servo, or to swerve. If you elected to serve, come forward now. "Is there a farm employment bureau In your town? If not, get busy and start one," -- EMPRESS-Today S Tomorrow FRANK KEENAN IN 'LOADED DICE' A Thrilling Heart Story of a Big Mon's Gamble with d^ath for the love of a woinan. This feature was cancelled ii4ii-oOn(Ntnin�d by all the censors in the Western Provinces, Also Mack Bwaln In "Home Run Ambrose," spme oqmedy and St^re^n ftI�H�SJn. RUSSELL MUSICAL COMEDY 00. AT ORPHEUM. ' The Russell Musical Comedy Co., which was played with such marked success to tho lovers of musical comedy through Western Canada, opened at the Orpheum last night, their initial appearance in this city. This company has a personalo of clever artists, featuring Miss Maude Russell, lyric soprano, whose snng numbers havo been a feature of every performance; Geo. W. Rehn and Porter IWarfield, those two inimitable comedians, Mis.s .Jerome .Murray and tho Itussell singing and dancing girls. The opening hill, "Gay Coney Island," Is a tabloid version of that great musical comedy success of recent years, and the manner in which this talented company bandied It kept tlio audience in good humor through the entire porfor^nance. Tlic setting is taken from that world-famous pleasure resort "Coney Island," which, as the plot of the piny goes on is visited by two Irish gentlemen, bent on pleasure, and their experiences while there affords the audience "one laugh after another." The climax, where they substitute In a prize fight for two well known pugilists, calls for real^comedy, and" the antics of these two comedians In this part might best be described as a "scream." SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK ATTRACTION TWO NliGHTS TUES..WED., JULY 23-24 The United Producing Co., Ltd., Present the Most Fascinating Comedy of All Time TEG MY HEART By J. Hartley Manners The Play that has sent a gale ot laughter around tho world. Special Summer Falr-Time Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c GTARLAND ^ All Prodiiotlont Guaranteed. J^i^ dHK I I Marshf SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR THE STAMPEDE GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH In a Stupendous Photoplay of the "Dig Top." A Plcturiza-tlon ot the World-Famed Classic by Margaret Mayo "Polly of the Circus" Seven Reels. Also "FAm ARBUCKLE AT CONEY ISLAND" A TWO-REEL SCREAM ; ADMISSION AduItt ............... ZZi/ze Chtldren, Matinees ...... Se Evenihgt............... 15c ORPHEUM PRICES Children 10c Adults SOc Special Matinee for Children Saturday i TODAY - SATURDAY THE RUSSELL Musical Comedy Co. IN THAT SCREAMING COMEDY . GAY CONEY ISLAND WITH THE RusseD Singing and Dancing Girls ALSO THAT MUCH TALKED OF SIX REEL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY Wild Women' Featuring DASHING-DARING 1 HARRY CAREY ! "UP IN THE AIR" and "A GAY -DECEIVER"-Pomedlea. m "The Widow's Might* TONIGHT-TOMORROW, JESSE L. UASKY PRESENTS JULIAN ELTINGE IN HIS LATEST FEMININE ATTIRE, IN ;