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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE IUI8 ffflj LET DAILY HERALD PACK THIRTEEN SIAFF TAKE THE TUB Tlin Herald stuff limV the pleasure of wltnesaing downhill of the KalMcr last lie took the count wlih a right to Ihf Jaw from Ihn strong arm of n 1russlnn tin A we also wltnesHcd the downfall of If you dont hlllivn what wo ssiy you can Ben tt nil for yourself at the Empress thtfa tri positively last uppciir Of course tt Is nil fn You tho atnff always eager to see HomethiuR In which tho Kaiser gets took up Manager Hansons Invita liin to witness the Tho tho Beast This IH a moat spectacular picture depleting KaiHor In his true that of mi brutal Tho role tho Kaiser wag Interpret oil by liupert tluil master ill anil It certain ly very Tho groat feature of tho picture ts of tho 1mper1 Tho duplications of the palace scenes and IhO uniforms of tho German officers are having hern taken from Germany before the There is no particular plot to tho but it is a stupendous ar raignment of the and thf part ho in forcing this war on the 1 jtiirt In terrible outrages on humanity which his armies eqm You can see this picture to The scenes uml de pictedarb allbused on fact slder myself ft very fortunate preach er It I In fifty or a hundred preach as effectively as this picture does certain for which It SHEEP RAISING ON experience with sheep him been but four yet In that time I hnve learned that shoarj TalBlnrt on the farm la ono of the most important Indus tries for a diversified The cap ital Invested will double every year with very little but If well mnunged Will exceed Another they nro tho only woeders for tho farm by which you can turn all foul and obnoxious vegetations Into money without any For In Jim Hill one of the most prolific has proven to be very valuable In this country for If cut at the proper sheep like it and will thrive on It There nro some things that are drawbacke In raising The coy otes are butwe must fight On tho farm we fence Bhoep and I find the fence must be Al for they will reach through and push it or eventually learn to jump Yet with all of thoao expenses and losses you will prdfit by keeping a few My farfn consists of 400 acres with about 100 iicres In with a creek running and I keep 200 sheep on an My stock In Hampshire and Tlmvo boon bredtUng with the host blood I can evdfyono should do In or rlnr to hotter the wool gfadeS HB woll as for There nro several of my neighbors who have sheep and all of them have made no one need bo ntniltt to start In the Just give It the Snrtio am ount of attention as you would your other stock and you will find your profits Will bo much on fjlwfcry on the Capital Thia year my proceeds from a flock of 2SO sheep wore sold in mutton and wool and I sold a hunk which 1 have not and still have left with the 200 MOCK NEWS NOTES Apparently fearing to answer the call to military Fred a young farmer of was found dead enrly Thursday morning with thrco bullet in his body which said to have been selfIn Tlio young man was to have reported for military service yesterday i Lightning played queer prank on 23 years as she stood beneath i tree In Wind sor during a sevoro electric The current passim down a steel umbrella rod which the young woman held In her right passed through her arm and came oflt at the fracturing the jawbone in two Tt IB said she will AT THE EMPRESS With regard to daring photo My Children b6 fchown at thi Empress j I would after vory careful con Bideration of upon which we I that I saw It not I only a hi because I bei amo so much interested in I gain r fed the conviction which has strengthened the more I think 01 taking it on the is only not immoral but de j iidHlly I judge presentations of that kind from two The first is from the of its which was sociological and thoifjioro and from the stand point of the impression it leaves in Hie nilnd of onu who examines it from of a From latter point of view it impressed as being a strong plea for things for which wmjiinisters ire always I should con MPRESQ Positively Your Last Chance THE THE BEASJ OF BERLIN You See the Mad Dog of Europe Just an HeActually MONDAY ANITTUESDAY NEXT Theda Bara in HER GREATEST LOVE and a Rollicking Keystone Comedy in 2 Acts NOTE WEDNESDAY ONLY THE LONG LOOKED FOR REX BEACH PRODUCTION THE AUCTION BLOCK THIS is EXTRA GOOD THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TARZAN OF THE APES The sensation of the 10 Wonderful acts of human SATURDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in DOUBLE TROUBLE AND A KEYSTONE COMEDY LAST TIME ALSO A FIVE ACT TRIANGLE BLOOD WILL PRICES AND 10c SCENE FROM THE TENREEL EXTRAORDINARY AND SUPER TARZAN OF THE AT THE EMPRESS NEXT The Moving Picture Sensation of the Lois Weber1 and Phillips The Most Most Most Ytt the Most Sensational Production of its Character in the History of Moving New York Tribune June 1916 COURT SEEKS TO STOP BIRTH CONTROL FILM Summons Served on Head of Motion Picture Exchange A summons issued by Magistrate Read Endorsement of and of tho police court and served on Henry presi dent tof tho Unlvoisol Film late yesterday sttarted the campaign which Harry Dis trict Attorney of Kings has launched against showing alleged 1m morul pictures in Gineborg must appear in court Tuesday to show cause why a certain film dealing with birth control should not be A similar summons wa6 Served on Rob ert manager of the Rialto in If I never do anything else In my declared Attorney I will see to It that the morabj of children and youths and girls are tnm opposedboth to plays rind films that portray tho relations and arid also those which ex hibit hidden crimes of society to the curious mind of the Magistrate in Fiffh Avem uc Court refused to issue a progess against tho management of Keiths Prospect Theatre tor mow ing u photoplay dealing with birth Police Captain of tho fitth Avenue said he had been ordered to investigate lite show by Inspector James Willtajn manager of the theatre convinced tho court the pic ture was not New York June 1916 The Unlveitial eloeftilij aftnliiinCBd hut the effort of Dillon to WHBHiviuE MY r in Brooklyn was squelchedby Magistrate Gelsmar in the Avenue Police So the film is fitlll Applauded by and hundreds of prominent people as The most powerful weapon with which Humanity may crush insidious Read what the Parkhurst said Where Are My Children is a very powerful and picture I am glad to have witnessed it and am prompt to commend It it deals with a most difficult matter in 1 a of utmost If the special type of iniquity which it sug gests is anjnwhere near as prevalent as is the public should have the opportunity to witness the presenta Signed TELEGRAM Woodrow President of the Uriited i May 1 hope that you will son and approve the motion picture Where aremy Children A great and proper argument for tho good of I have seen it Signed JOHN Superior American Pauliat New YortTTimes June MAKES ON FILM Premier Where Are Children District Hurry Lewis of Kings Couiity has declared war on tin moving picture Where Are 11 y Children Yesterday Lewis went to the Flatbush Police Court and ob tained summonses from Reynolds calling for the appearance in court on Tuesday of Harry of tho Universal Film Ex Robert manager of Rialto at Flatbush Avenue and Corteyou where the film has been exhibited during the past This is the first step in which the District Attorney Has start ed to do away with pictures that deal sex Tho campaign has been started fcy Lewis on his own initiative and does nut conio as the result of any In speaking his plans District Attorney Lewis said If I never do anything else in my I will aeo to it that tho morals of youths and young girls aro afforded every protection Hie law 1 am bitterly opposed to both plays and films that portray the sox and also exhibit the hidden crimes of society for the curious mind of the Borough Inspector James Dillon of received a complaint against tho same feature Ha liirned over to Oaptuin John UariHK or tliu Fifth Avenue Iol iro The liiitmafter an inves ligrttion laid Ibo facts lifcnv Alagls Inifii In Uui FlftU Iollcf Manager Prospect wliero thu yieluio was also being shownJ went of hit own accord to iUiieistrate Vuorliccs mid plained Hie features of the Thp magistrate then declared that ho saw no reason for issuing a It is expected that the film exchange people will put up a strenuous fight to permitted to continue to show the as it has been widely advertis ed and THIS PICTURE SHOWN TO SEGREGATED LADIES ONE DAY AND MEN ;