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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDXESPAY. JUNE 5, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HIThALD PAGE FIVR- _ ____, Washington, June the purpose of the submarine raid yoff the Atlantic Coast and what- ever submarines hsrc- after may come to American wat- ers, there will be no check on the flow of men and munitions to France, Secretary of Navy Can- letssSaid today, TRIPLE pROWNING Sudbury, Out., June n triple drowning accident on Saturday even- ing on tho -Hiver. Rich- ard Hrakenbury, an operator for (lie I'owcr Company aud hts und Oltve All 'drovrncd. Tho party Ictt their homo at the power Louse for'a short fishing trip fu a cauop uy river. The body of Mrs. Brakeubury Js I he oaly one yot recovered. June Chronicle jmbilslies an editorial strongly advoc- ating some kind or silled military in- tervention; In Hussta, as a rallying point lor Russians id resisting man penetration. "It Is Ih'o business of the allies" the Chronicle says, "while nreservlug and TONIGHT ONLY. Prices lOc and Rex Beach's Greatest Picture BLOCK" SHE STANDS FOR A MILLION GIRLS v. 1 do Renter, us the heroine of Ilex Beach's greatest picture, "The Auction liloek.V represents thu nggregalc maidenhood of Amer- ica; ami Ihc to ivhich she Is subjected In the course or nhotoiilay are supposed lo cover all possible temptations to whEch girls arc subjected In real Hie. V THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Prices 35c and 15c Tho Most Stupendous, Amazing Film Production in Iho World's History. TARZAN of the APES' From Original Edgar Ulce IJurrmighs, with Elmo Lincoln, Euld MarKcj- and 1.000 others. Producci] in Ihc wiliest- Jungles of Brazil at a cost o! 'Staged with lions, tigers, elephants, baboons, cannibals, SATURDAY ONLY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "DOUBLE TROUBLE" AND A KEYSTONE COMEDY 4 Days, Starting TONiqHT I v: BRICKS: MATiriEES 3Sc. EVENINGS, ADULTS, 50o' V Matinees will, be exclusive for ladies and children 12, accompanied by mothers or gi.fardiani. From 7 -to 11 will, be exclusive for men. Lethbridge To See the Daringf Birth Filin f? Where Are MyChildrenr PRODUCED BY LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIps'aMALLEY "Ttin most amazing most moat dig- yet the raosl sciiHaliniial iiroducllon o( Its-character !u iha history of. moving All matinees from 2 till" 5 p.m. for Ladies anil Child. ren accompanied by guard. Jam. Alno b'rlday nighL MEN! Come and. Enjoy a Smoke and aGood Pjc- turis, Mou only will l.o admit- ted fpiHghl nnd Thursday ami Saturday. 'Tfic man- agcrbont extend inMnfita- tlon to s all1 moii to bring 'tholr plpei, dgara and clg- areltca. iina a atnokc jilcturc fs being shown.'. ALDERTA GOVT. BOND ISSUE ton, Juno the pus I, GrifUtli employs tliousands. 18.000 "fill his a vast tflrrltory (or its lioraes puss Ut-rore your vltw in wiltt dashes over miles ot country roadway. Tho decisive battles of the r laauu v ruduvaj. iiiu umnes Ol lliB ot ten year old Kold bcmds to civil War are reproduced in faithful the amount of is about detail aud you seo conflicts (o be made by the jiroviuciul fouglit again juai as thty were treasurer. which will years ago. Cities wtrc up bo recetvetl by tlie head olilib ony o e s n of the Imperial Hank urc now verity to the dramatic narrative On being tailed for. enormous battlefijld is shown stretch- ins over an area of lo square miles. C- O uiiou these plains and lrentliv.s soUHers clasli iu ;i nnmii; war- fare tiiat is as real as it you were an 'Wilness of the atnu] occurreuce. ding tho great tldicls iu tether is a story as and uue love aud romaaco can lit iiiuxucc-U There are tears and enitlos, urjUle saorifioes heroic deeds u[ iiurtional valor. which will'be prescunjil with origiual musical score and augmented orches- tra. Xo detail will be omit ltd on Hie return engagement of ihi.s mighty as seen impiously during Its enBagemenL here. respecting Iho rights ot HussEau peoples sobslantially to ivork out (heir jiolittcal supply them1 nevertheless witli practical alienm- live to tlio nightmare condittona der w'jltli they are now Jlvlug. only io be destroyed in lend force and Winnipeg, June 5. The City Council has to Ottawa a resolution unanimously endorsed by the council, setting forth that Winnipeg cannot get along with- out anthracite coal next winter. "We are says the res- olution, "that citizens of Winni- peg will suffer untold hardships uurlng the coming winter owing io the coaJ situation and the city council asks the Dominion govern. merit to take measures to obtain permission at once the fuel controller of the United Stales for hard coal to be supplied to our people, as during the severe wint- er weather, soft coal cannot take the place of hard coat In Winnl- DIAMOND CITY Diamond CHy, Juno 4. Friday even- ing last witnessed a very pleasing little ceremony in our genial doctor's offtcc when the employees of thp Union Collieries and townspeople of Diamond united in presenting a wrist waleh to John (Jim) who 'eavlng for active fctirvice as a1 slight token of tho "Csteem and regard In willed he has always been held. It was .with very much mixed feel- ings that wo hade him goodbye and God speed as he has grown u, us from quite a little fellow, iiiul wo siinll all miss him iniidi, SliirVre aro sure he vrill carry him the same gentlemanly' spirit and bright good humour that ho lias always manifested to here and will earn the same high opinion and esteem from his 'new com- rades which ho has KO fully merited from those he leaves behind. What the Press j' Agents Shy THURSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Wrlfll.eys Chewing Gum, 6 pkts. Thursday Special Bulk Peanut Butler, per Ib. Thursday Special Finest 8. C. Trout, tins, 2 tins Thursday Special Cream of Wheat, per packet. Thursday Special No. 1 White Mealy Potatoes, The pick of the 'George Waihington Tins Coffee. Small 35c, f A A Medium 65c. Large, per tin Keltoggs Krinkles, pkts.j per packet Thursday Burys Maple Sugar, in cakes, ntr cake Thursday Special......................... Tins Sweet Potatoes, per tin Thursday SpecUl........................ Robin Hood Porridge Oats, per carton Thursday lie 15c 25c Deliveriei Every Hour Phone 313 Tho patrons ol tlio Qrpheuin theatre are going lo have tlie opportunity ot viewing fcois Weber's production "Where Are My Children" tonight for the first time in The, stirring1 photoplay with a ques- tion which is ulppejinosi in the minds of leading meu and women, of tue country loday. The story deals with the idle-rich and the 'wives of the ri'-h whose solo are. those of afternoon leas. and'outdoing each other in dress and social The Iragic death of the housekeeper's daughter who while visiting licr mother at Hie wealthy fell in lovo with ihe rich voting man who lured tier ber downfall and then deserted licr. Every young person over siitcen years of age should sue this feature and heed the timely warning. This photoplay was one of the dramatic sen- sations of New York when it appeared there, and although i; has u strong uoral. there is no sign of the tiresome 'rcwhiueut contained same. Everyone e LI joy Iho story and Ucir sympathy will go but to Uio old nil lonely couple who lost the oppor- unities of.youth. Tonight from T.i1) to men only vill be admitted and the management ixtends an invitation to you (o bring pipes, cigiivs and cigyretles and] moliQ white 'the picture is going on aTid'enjoy yourselves. Come early. D. W. Griffith's' mighty spectacle "The Birth of a gallon" will be shWn at the Majestic Theatre on Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday after- noon this week for a farewell engage' ment. U covers a range of American history and touches only the highest points.of Interest in the great events Jthnt led lo" arid terminated the .civil war. The force that slavery play- ,ed in producing this strife, is "traced fro HI its inception fiholitton. While the basic theme Is hlslurical.ln jfls foundation its Intent is the fun- damental oho of true drama. The iforccg which make results have marshalled upon a larger, .scale I linn'one of be- fore. Where directors ot'yasl spec- tacles have- dealt with hundreds' in AT STARhAND Charlea popular Thomas T. Incc star, will he seen at the Star- and tonight and tomorrow in a new amount photoplay, "His Hay, v.-tio is one of the Oest-Uked ot screen luminaries, is afforded many opyortumties In this picture to ,her increase the number nf his nirers. He sterns to occupy a pccul- ai alt-he In (he yfulure hall ot place that apparently is not shared with any of his conicm- uoraries Ray has hcen letore the pub- ,iu for several under he direction of Thomas fl. .hough starred in a range of roles, has never failed to contribute a notably fine screen performance Jlay will have a supporting com- pany of distinguished photoplay art- ists, including Doris Lee, Wlliiam El- mer, Joseph Swickard, Jerome Storm, jertrnde Claire and hydla Knott. AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMOpROW TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT .CHARLES RAY .'IN "HIS MOTHER'S BOY" ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE "A COUNTRY HERO" FOR THE BOYS WHO HAVE DONE THEIR BIT THE BANNEREVENT OF THE YEAR AUDEVILLE SEE WHAT LETHBRIDGE CAN DO PATRIOTIC TABLEAUX TUNEFUL MUSICAL DRAMATIC SKETCHES 'NUMBERS PLAYLETS JSbfcGS GALORE CLASSICAL DANCES VbuR AT THE EMPRESS "Tarzan of ihe which excited t-onsiilerahle interest among the read- ers of popular-priced fit-lion several years ago, is to te shown at the Em- press tomorrow. Being the story, ol a. primeval of a man brought up among apes and endowed with many of their pre- sents not a few difficulties to the movie maker. All of these have been overcome in the film at ihe Empress, aud upcs KWiug realistically from bough to boupH in tile juogle tlie while lions and leopards seel; their prey on the ground Uelow. BEACH'S "AUCTION BLOCK" TREMENDOUS 'PUNCH1 PLAY Hex Beach's greatest novel, "The Auction has been brought la the screen. Plcturized under the dir- ect superrisiou of the famous author and released through CJoldivyn. this stirring life drama of a miiliou girJa in America's big cities cud small (owns conies to the Empress Theatnj tonight. This picture will be abov-u only one uight. Commerce Branch United Farmers of Alberta ARE HOLDING A Monster Dance In J. Weigaod's Bun Commerce on Fri. Night, June 14 THIS WILL BE ONE OF THE BEST DANCES OF THE SEASON. CUNNING'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. Admission to Dance Hall Supper, Gentlemen A IFSTIP TWd Only WEEK Commencing FRI, JUNE 7th MATINEE SATURDAY AT X. FAREWELL TOU R.O.F. CANADA GOODBYE TO LETHBRIDGE'FOREVER WM. CRANSTON 8th WONDER OFTHE W Reserved Seats Now Selling WITH ORIGINAL MUSICAL SCORE, AUOMENTED AND MECHANICAL EFFECTS, FIRST TIME IN THE DOMINION AT POPULAR PRICES. Matinee 2Sc and Ereniajs...........25c. 5k, 75e ;