Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. JUNE 1, 1018 TIIE LETTIBRIggp DAILY HT also \vlliie!i;iiMl tlio, downfaU of lifi-liii. RnuUy, liuly. If you don't Ir^Ui'vi! wliat. wi: Hay you ciin hcm- It iill lor yourself at the lOniprosH llica-t!i- loninlit, portitivoly last apiiear-aiii.i'. Of course It la all in plctiiroR. You s.i',. tiu! staff ahvaya ca^'or to sno snniPtliin!; In whiili tlio Kaisor , kuIh Ins. took iiji MaiiiiKOr Dmisen's Invilu-to wlhiesis tlie pk'turo, '"riio Kaisfi'. Ilio lleaaL of llnrlln." 'I'liia Is a most .'�,)u'rtacular picture ilepic.tInK the Kaiser in Ills Inio (;arl), that of oil airo^jant, selfi;;ti_ bintal nioiiareh. 'I'lie role of. the Kaiser was iiilurpret-ed by Rupert .fuliaii, thai master of imporsnnators. and it A#as .iiicb v.:'.s socioio May 1 hope that you will seo anA approve tho motion picture "Whore aro'niy Children?" A great and proper arguineut for tho good o� humanity. I havo seen it twice. (Signed) JOHN J. HUGHES, CS.P. Superior General, � American Paulist Fathers, N^w York Times ; ^ Jiine 18, 1916. LEWIS MAKES .WAR, ON FILM Kings Prejnier Opposes ."Where Are f^Aiy Children?!' DistrlctV'S.ttornoy Hrtrry 13. Lewis of Kings Coiiiity has declared >var on tlie moving picture,film, "Wliero Aro :\ly Children?" Yesterday Uv. Lewis went to the I-'latbuHh Police Court and ob-lained summonses from Magistrate Reynolds calling for the ajipearance in court on Tuesday of Harry t^Tiilnsborg, President, of the Universal Film Kx-change, and Robert Robinson, manager of thfe Rlalto Thcfitre. at Flatbuah Avenue and Corteyou Roard_ where the film has bepn exhibited during the past week. This la tho first step In a campaign which the District Attorney has start- ' fd to do away with pictures that deal with BOX problems. The campaign has been started �by Mr. Ivowis' on his own Initiative and does nut come as the � Vesult ot any complain. In speaking of his plana yesterday, District Attornej Lewis said: ^ "If I never do anything else in my life, I will seo to it that tho morals ot youtha and young girls aro afforded every protection the law allows. 1 am bitterly opposed to both iilays and films that portray the sex relations, and also exhibit the hidden crimes ot society tor the curious mind ot tho young." Borough Inspector James Dillon of Brooklyn recently received a complaint iigalnat the same feature film. Ho turned theipatter over to Captain John Barnes (if Iho Fifth Avenue Police Stailon. 'IMie latter after an investigation laid the fads before MaglR-Irate VQorIij>osi In the', ITitlli Ay..euuc; I'cdlce Court. Manager'Mttt'.avur oil-tJK) Prospect ''l,'li(.�al,ro, where the ylcluro , was also lielng.Shown 1 went ot his own accord to Miiglstrato Voorhees am! ev-' plained the features of the Illm. Th(i magistrate then declared that ho sam-no reason for isjsuing a summons. It is expected that the film exchange lieople will put up a strenuous fight to be- pe'rmlttod to continue to show tlio picture, as it has been widely advertised and booked. THIS JPICTURE SHOWN TO SEGREGATED AUDIENCES. lADIESONE DAY AND MEN ANOTHER.