Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. JlXE ;5. Tim LETHBI^IDCl'. DAILY IlERALn PAGE FIVE Destroyers Have Caught One Sub An Atlantic Port, June 3,-Hovering for two days over the sea where the American tanker William Rockefeller lind been sunk by ,1 German submarine, a flotilla of deotroyers 'and two sea-pianos finally succeeded In Capturing the U-boat according to naval officers, survivors of the disaster, who landed here today. GAVE BATTLE New York, June 3,-At least one large merchant ship gave battle to a German submarine off the coast of New Jersey yesterday, according to members of the crew of the schooner Edward H. Cole, or : : : � : VISITORS ARE IMPRESSED With the good taste and dignity of monuments producpd by UB. They note the chastennss of the designs and tho fidelity which has been given to every detail. We are prepared to submit designs for monuments ot any character from a simple headstone to . the most elaborate. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street S. SiuaJI PUI Small Dm* SnaUPrlM FOR CONSTIPATION have aiood the test of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliouaneas. headache, indlgeallon and to dear up a bad complexion. Gcaulo* bfus Icnstura PALEFACES Generally lodlcaie > Itck of Iron la l|ie Blood ' Carter's Iron Pills WiU iMlp Ibis coodltloo Now is a good time to have your engines, also separators put in good order for the coming harvest I am an export ot Gasoline Knglnes and Separators and am at, your service. If you aro needing help drop me ft line and I will answer you as quickly as possible. My ad al cmi:".s to wrcfil from her �.iic Devil Stoiu- '.vltlcli was fimud afler Ilie storm when the black cat first appearance in .Vfarcia'a life. IIuK tlie coming ot the Black cat any significant Importance in gov-ernhig the events ot tho story'.' Those wiio are siiperstitlou.s will say that it liafl Those who scoff at auporsli-tion will laugh at the possibility. You can judge for yourself by seeing thti play at Starlaml toulght and tomorrow. Denver Express,- lliere was a time when birth control and the destruction, of .unborn (Jiiklren weren't discussed ill polite .circle.'-'. But it's gonR',.'ri)r Sunday morning, at the Tabor TWentr^ leading peuvcr judgee, clubwoinou. social workers, priests and ministers sat In the back ot the theatre, while on.thp screen he-tore them: was shown, In motion iilc-tures, a bitter itrraignment of the wealthy wives who refiiae to bear bableis. The aelecled audience had been asked to pass Judgment on "tt'here Are .My Children?" a photoplay attacking birth control. The birth control which was shown in the picture is not the control that so many foremost thinkers are advancing, but lUe other sort ot control-jhe refus:il ot women of wealth and station to bear children who cotild he reared in ihe atmosphere proper for young folks. This picture is to appear at the Or-pheum commenolng Wednesday. With Original Musical Score. Auginenu'd Orchestra, Carload of Mechanical Effects. First Time Here at Popular Prices. Sat. Matinee at 2.30. . . . 25c, 50c ' Nights at 8,30 ..... 25c, 50c, 75c SEATS ON SALE ALL DAY FRIDAY AT THE EMPRESS In "Her Greatest Love," the new special super de luxe M'llllam Fox photodraina. founded on Ouhla's novel, "Moths," .Miss Theda Bara reaches the height of her artistic career in her impcrsonalions of a young, unsophisticated English country girl, and later that ot a ^Y"'"'' uwhose very soul has been torn by agonizing emotions. Miss Bara shaw's a versitllity that has sel-dem been equalled In photodrama art. At the Empress tonight. AT TIW ORPITEUM . If anyone thinks that Franklyn Far-num, on account of. his Infectious smile and genial manner of aureen acting, i.s afraid to take a chance, ho Hhould'see 'i'^ast Company," which win make its first appearance at tlie Orphoum Theatre tonight. In this Bluebird feature Farnum aiiddonly wakes up to the fact that he la an Irishman, and as such should fight. Grabbing a six-Inch beam, ho swiftly puts four policemen, five plasterers and (lirco trench diggers hors de combat, and goes down to glorious defeat amidst a rain of night-utlcka. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Geraldine Farrar "Thebevil Stone" A Marvellous production in Six Parts, Don't Miss It, Also "Twice in the Same Place" Christie Comedy ^ "For the Boys Who Have Done Thoir Bit'' GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THE ETERANS AUDEVILLE SHOW 12-BIG ACTS- -12 Majestic Theatre Next Mon. Night, June 10 Adults 50c Kiddies 2Sc AT THE MA,fESTIC D. W. Griffith's mighty spectacle, '"rhe^ Blrlli of a fNnlion," which has made such phenoirenal records in lX)ndon, New York, (Chicago, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary finil Vancouviu', that it suraly has con-apiciiQUB merit, will play a I'arowoll engagement of two days ui the Majestic Thou I re next Friday and Saturday with a special Saturday matinee. The newspapers have printed columna of laudatory notices such aa have never before been given to any Matinee Dally From 2 to 6 p.m. School Children Can See It All After Four o'clock l^quimaU. Oonvivlescont Hospital is to ht^ve an electro-hydro Ihe^'apou-tic building, one ot tho first of suuii lo bo erected In (Canada In connection w(th tho tnllltary convulescont hospli tuls. The new establishment should be completed and ready for \\Hif la Ihreb or four weeks. A similar iniHtution is now under cnnslr|[)ction in connection with the Vancouver military au-nex, , ORPHEUM TONIGHT AND TOMOROW , A REAL BLUEBIRD FRANKLYN FARNUM IN "FAST COMPANY" ORPHEUM-�,� "Where Are My Ghildren?" PRODUCED By LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS 8MALLEY Pronounced-"The most amazing-most impressive-most dignified, yot tho most; sensational production ot Its character In the history of moving piiL'turoa." Denver To See Daring Birth Film Ministers and Judges Approve Show.lng of Birth Control Play There was a timo'when bii'th cimtrol and the destruction ot unborn children weren't dlsopseed In polite circles. But'Il's gone, tor Saturday morning, at tho Tabor Theatre, Denver, leading I^enver Judges,-flubwonien, social workers, priests .and ministers suit at the back of the theatre, while on the screen before them was shown, in motion pictures, a bitter arralenment of tho wealthy wives who refuse to bear bftblea. TUo Bolected audience had been aaked to pass Judgment oa "WHERE ARE MY CHILDIIEN?'' a photoplay attacking birth . control. , '