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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 1918 THE LETHfiftlDGK DAILY HEHALD PAGE FIVE STOP 1 FLOW BF TROilPS June tho purpose of the submarine ralri oil the Atlantic Coast and what ever number of submarines heru after may come to American wat will be no check on the flow of men and munitions to Secretary of Navy Dan ielssaid TRIPLE PROWNING June a triple drowning accident on Saturday even ing on the Wahnapltae ttlch aril an operator for he Wahnapltne Power Company and his wife and Olive all Tho party left their home at tho power house for A short fishing trip In a canofi dp the Tho body of Braltenbury is the only one yet June Chronicle publishes nn editorial strongly advoc ating some Itlncl ot allied military in terventloniln as a rallying point for in resisting Ger man It Is the business of the allies the Chronicle while preserving and E M P s S TONIGHT Prices lOc and 22 Rex Beachs Greatest Picture THE MOON BLOCK SHE STANDS FOR A MILLION GIRLS Uubya do as the heroine of Rex Beachs greatest Tho Auction represents the aggregate maidenhood of Amer ica and the temptationsto which she Is subjected In the course of the photoplay are supposed to cover all possible temptations to girls are subjected In real THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Prices 35c and 15c Tho Most Amazing Film Production in the Worlds TARZAN of the APES From the Original Story by Edgar Rico with Emo Enid Markey and Produced in the wildest jungles of Brazil at a cost of Staged with wild SATURDAY ONLY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in DOUBLE TROUBLE AND A KEYSTONE COMEDY 4 Starting TONIGHT PRICES MATINEES 50a will be exclusive for ladieg and children over accompanied by mothers or From 7 to 11 be exclusive for Lethbridge To Sec the Daring Birth Film Where Are My Children PRODUCED BY LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS 8MALLEY most dig yet Ihe most sensational production of its character in the history of moving All matinees from 2 till 5 for Ladies and Child run accompanied by guard Also Friday MEN Come and Enjoy a Smoke and a Good Pic Men only will be admit led tonight uud Thursday and Tlio man agement extend an invita tion to all men to bring their cigars and cig and enjoy u smoke whileliie picture Is beini ALBERTA BOND ISSUE Juno Issue of ten year old sold bonds to the amount of is about to be made by the provincial which will bo recolvBd by the head office ot the Imperial Hunk now being called respecting Uie rights of Ule Russian peoples snbstuntlally to work out their political to supply them nevertheless with practical iilterna tlvn to the nightmare conditions un dor which Ihny are now June City Council has forwarded to Ottawp a resolution unanimously endorsed by the setting forth that Winnipeg cannot get along with out anthracite coal next We are says the res that citizens of Winni peg will suffer untold hardships during the coming winter owing to the coal situation and the city council asks the Dominion govern ment to take measures to obtain permission at once the fuel controller of the United States for hard coat to be supplied to our as the severe wint er soft coal cannot take the place of hard coal In Winni v DIAMOND CITY Diamond June even ing last witnessed a very pleasing Jlttlo ceremony in our genial doctors office when the employees of tho Union Collieries and townspeople of Diamond united in presenting a wrist watch to John Bow ig Jim who leaving for active Vicrvice as a slight token of tho esteem and regard in which he has always been It wns with very much mixed feel ings we bade him goodbye and God speed as he has grown up amongst us from quite a little and we shall all miss him Still we arr sure he will carry with him the same gentlemanly spirit and bright good humour that he has always manifested to us here and will earn the same high opinion and esteem from his new com rades which he has so fully merited from those he leaves What the Press Agents Griffiths mighty spectacle The Birth of a Nation will be shown at the Majestic Theatre on Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday after noon this week for a farewell engage It covers a wide range of American history and touches only the highest points interest in the great events that led up to and terminated the civil The force that slavery play ed in producing this is traced from its inception to its While the basic theme is historical in its foundation its intent is the fun damental one of true Tho forces which make for these results have been marshalled upon a scale than 0119 over dreamed of be Whore directors of vast spec tacles have dealt with hundreds in the Griffith employs people fill his which has a vast territory or its horses pftss before your view in wild dashes dfter miles of country The decisive Imtflos of the Civil War ore reproduced in faithful detail and you see MIPRCI conflicts fought again BS they were waged 50 years Clties were built up only to be destroyed to lend force and verity to the dramatic One enormous battletlpld in shown stretch Ing over an area of in square and upon these plniii nnd trenches soldiers clash in mimic fare that is as 1eal its if you were an eye witness of the art mil Holding the great effects in let her is a story as tender and true us love nnd romance can bn Them are tears and noble sacrifices and heroic deeds of personal which will be presented with original musical score and augmented orches No detail will IIP omitted on the return engagement of this mighty spectacle as seen previously during its engagement The patrons of th Orpheum theatre are going to have thf opportunity of viewing Lois Webers production Where Are My Children tonight for the first time in The stirring photoplay clfals with a ques tion whlon is uppermost in the minds of leading meu aiil women of the country The story deals with the idlerich and the wives of the rih whose sole are those of afternoon and outdoing each other in dress and social The tragic death of the housekeepers daughter who while visiting her mother ut tho wealthy hfime fell in love with the rich young man who lured her to her downfall and then deserted Every young person over sixteen years ot age should see this feature THURSDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS tins Wrlgleys Chewing 6 Thursday Special Bulk Peanut per Thursday Special Finest 2 Thursday Special Cream of per Thursday Special 1 White Mealy The pick of the Thursday 100 Deliveries Every Hour 23c 31c 39c 25c George Washington Tins Small Medium per tin per packet Thursday Special Burye Maple In per cake Thursday Special Tins Sweet per tin Thursday Special Robin Hood Porridge per carton Thursday lie 15c 25c 29c and heed tho timely This photoplay was one of dramatic son sal ions of New York when it and although has a strong Is no sign of the preachment contained in Everyone will enjoy tho story and I heir sympathy will go out to the old and lonely couple who tho oppor tunities of from to men only will he admitted and management extends an invitation to you to bring your cigars and cigarettes and srnoke while the picture is going on andenjoy Come AT STARLAND Charles popular Thomas will he seen at the Star land and tomorrow in a new Paramount His who is one of the bestliked oi screen is afforded many opportunities in this picture to fur ther increase the number of bis ad He seems to occupy a pecul iar niche In the movffig picture hall of place that apparently ie not shared with any of his contem poraries Ray has been before the pub for several under the direction of Thomas though starred in a wide range of has never failed to contribute notably fine screen performance Ray will have a supporting corn pany of distinguished photoplay art including Doris William El Joseph Jerome Gertrude Claire and Lydia AT THE EMPttESS Tnrzan of the which exciled considerable interest among thn read ers of popularpriced fiction several years is to be shown at the Km press Being the story of a primeval of a man brought up among apes and endowed with many of their pre sents a few difficulties to the movie All of these have been In the film at the and apes swing realistically from bough to bough In the jungle the while lions and leopards seek their prey on the ground BEACHS AUCTION BLOCK TREMENDOUS PUNCH PLAY Rex Beachs greatest The Auction has been brought to the Plcturized under the dir supervision ot ths famous author and released through this stirring llfo drama of a million girls in Americas big cities nnd small towns comes to the Empress Theatre This picture will be ihowtj only one Commerce Branch United Farmers of Alberta ARE HOLDING A Monster Dance In Weigands Barn Commerce on June 14 THIS WILL BE ONE OF THE BEST DANCES OP THB DUNNINGS ORCHESTRA IN Admission to Dance Hall Gentlemen AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT CHARLES RAY IN HIS MOTHERS BOY ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE IN A COUNTRY HERO FOR THE BOYS WHO HAVE DONE THEIR BIT Majestic Theatre Next June 10 THE BANNER EVENT OF THE YEAR ETER AN S AUDEVILLE SHOW SEE WHAT LETHBRIDGE CAN DO PATRIOTIC TABLEAUX TUNEFUL MUSICAL DRAMATIC SKETCHES NUMBERS COMEDY PLAYLETS SONGS GALORE CLASSICAL DANCES BIG BAND SET YOUR TICKETS EARLY Kiddies 25c Commencing JUNE 7th MATINEE SATURDAY AT FAREWELL TOUR OF CANADA GOODBYE TO LETHBRIDGEFOREVER CRANSTON PRESENTS s 8th WONDER OF THE WORLji I5f OF A Reserved Seats Now Selling i y WITH ORIGINAL MUSICAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA AND MECHANICAL FIRST TIME IN THE DOMINION AT POPULAR and 50c 75c ALL SEATS ;