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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 THE LETiraRlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FiVE TOWN BOMIARDKD iv THI OIRMANS LOOKS The village of Canadian Official War Records after the Hun bom REVIEWS THE July re portd to the ar Gen eral chief of told news papermen today at the weekly confer showed a maximum penetration by the FrancoAmerican counter at tack of ten miles average penetration of seven on a 22 mile The attack Is still being he against heavy German American troops engaged on this front are the third and fourth regular and the 26th 28th Pennsylvania National The 42nd National Guard Rainbow is stationed in the Champagne The six American Divisions operating on tho AisneMarnc front are operating as divisionsand not as a he During his General March disclosed the fact that the embarka tion of American troops had passed the TheVwar department has no advices that Sqissons Is Under heavy artillery fire from the allied batteries and that Its fall is The litest German drive was intend ed as a nut cracker operation against the city of Oeneral March drive has been def initely stopped when General Foch Itruck on the right flank of the Ger man after the enemy had ad five miles on a 23 tnlle Genera March said the objective of the counter at tack was the SoissonsChateauThier ry railroad which the allied command has reason to believe is the principal of eupply for the enemy In the ChateauThierry region also one Of the principal sources for the sector south of the The chief af pointed out that with this rail road in allied the German withdrawal from the sector south of the Marne would be rendered diffi cult and their main railway the front would be He Indicated that an attempt to withdraw anti No report on casualties among the Americans gazetted has reached the there will be a great many and engfagtd In transporting visitors to the fair grounds during the stampede next Commissioner Meech lias mapped out two routes which should be The outgoing Is along 4th to 6th south on 6th to 7th and east along 7th to the The return route will be along the north tide of the street railway traeka to 21st then northwest along the prairie trail to the corner of 4th and 14th north along 14th to 3rd md along 3rd to the down town These routes will be kept well watered to avoid the dust AT THE ORPHEUM COMEDY PLKASES AT THI ORPHEUM There is a good program at the Or pheum The Russell Musical Comedy In their opening bill Gay Coney Island present something ferent from the usual style of Musical Come4y seen In this That the large audience which witnessed the performance lait night appreciated this fact was quite evident from the manner In which they applauded each Individual The leading comedy roles are well sustained by a Irish who has an able part ner In Porter These two comedians enact with great success two Irish gentlemen ont a pleasure jaunt to Coney Island and the expert lences which they meet with while keep the audience in continual good While these two carry the comedy there are a number of oth er principals who help to make the comedy a These Maude Miss Jerome Murray and William Miss Maude is a cHarmlng and accom plished artist and her numbers were most enthusiastically received by an appreciative The chorus lacks nothingto make It They sing and dance ad mirably and their numbers were well received by the AT THE EMPRESS THE KAISER AT THE EMPRESS MONDAY The Kaiser will be showlTMonday and Tuesday at the Other papers speak of it as follows daringly more powerful than the strongest of Empress Theatre TIME FRANK KEENAN in LOADED DICE This is positively the best picture of its kind seen In this Programme for the Entire Stampede Week EMPRESS PICKS THE BIG MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE THE BEAST OF BERLIN The picture New York went wild WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Ever Popular William1 Farnum in THE HEART OF A LION AND CHARLES CHAPLIN in A DOGS LIFE 1 This Is the best Chaplin ever Three FRIDAY AND LOUISE GLUM In AN ALIEN ENEMY Mso a 2Reel Featuring the Funniest Man in the THE EMPRESS ALWAYS PICKS THE BIG MAD IN CANADA E H HONTO AMAOA ft recruiting The great world melodrama adapted for the Now York Evening Thrills with patriotic fervor and manhandles the German Kmperor In fashion that the detestation of the Hohenzollern mon Unusual frankness of title typical of tile work Entire company an excellent Grips the heart strings York A picture to make your blood boll American Exhibitor should book Never yet has a document been wrlten not even President Wil sons forceful address to Congress In which he declared war on that will drive home this fact more Grips you like a vise from beginning to The picture is a Picture A remarkable and wonderful pic Conveys powerful message for cvory true The picture wrung round after round of applausn from tho Worked the aud ience Into tremendous of enthus AT STARLAND Though In no measure belittling her eucceee In Tho Birth of a Nation and in which she made her rapid rise In the motion picture Mao Marsh was elated at the opportunity to play the rolo of a romantic afforded her In Polly of tho Goldwyns first Perhaps every actress who is her self petite and dainty aspires to play tho part of a lovable Miss Msrsh but she had not previously had the chance to select her parts and those selected for her were not al ways of tho sweet heroine is difficult to Imagine a part more suitable to Miss Marsh than of Polly In Margaret Mayos famous This heroine is viva filled with the joy of and is the pride of the rough men of tho It is a part Marsh has ma4e the most At Starland Monday nnd AT 8TARLANO Big feature for last time on day j QTARLAND All Productieni SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR THE STAMPEDE GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH In a Stupendous Photoplay of M the Big A Plcturiza tlon of the WorldFamed Classic by Margaret Mayo Polly of the Circus Severn Also FATTY ARBUCKLE AT CONEY ISLAND A TWOREEL SCREAM ADMISSION Adults Matlntea So Evenings 1So ORPHEUM If I1 Tonight Hani Carey in Wild Women 1 THE RUSSELL MUSICAL COMEDY IN GAY CONEY ISLAND UP IN THE COM MY FEATURING BILLIC RHODES LAST TIMES JESSE LA8KY PRESENTS JULIAN ELTINGE IN A FIVE REEL COMEDY DRAMA The Widows Might COME AND ENJOY AN HOURS LAUGHTER WHERE ITHS COOV SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK ATTRACTIONS THE BIGGEST SHOWS IN TOWN FAIR WEEK Two Nights 23 24 The Unhed Producing by Special Arrangement with OLIVER MOROSCO Presents A SffCMl COHPAHV lit THE IHTERHATIOHAL SUCCESS i ers WITH AN EXCELLENT COMPLETE SCENIC EQUIPMENT OfcGAffIf li ALLV FOR U R THE MOST POPULAR CO MEW EVER FOP THE SHGf PEG PtAkiB CRTED AND SYMPATHIZED it V Win AND CRIIICS HAVE L NDORS CD in WHOL K OMWSS HE NOT A MOVING PICTURENEVER WILL BE tl AU Seats May fife Popular DUC Reserved in Advi Advance 3 Starting July 25 The United Producing and Bert Present for the 15th Consecutive Successful Season THE FAM BOSTON AN S Popular SOc OUTOFTOWN VISITORS TO THE STAMPEDE WILL FIND NO BETTER ENTERTAINMENT OF AN THAN A VISIT TO THE SOUTHERN ALBERTAS COOLEST AND BEST In the Latest of Musical Come Pretty Girls Tune ful Dainty Col orful ;