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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGH DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE WON'T STOP THE FLOW OF TROOPS Washlnflton, June 5.-Whatever the purpose of the submarine ralri ,off the Atlantic Coast and whatever number of submarines hereafter may come to American waters, there will be no check on the flow of men and munitions to France, Secretary of Navy Daniels.said today. TRIPLE pROWNlNG .Siidliiiry, Out., .Iiiiic n.-In n tiipk' flrowutng nccidcmt on Salurduy ovon-IliK cm tlip WiihnaDiUio Hlvnr. Illcih-aril nriilfeiitjtirj', nii operulor for flic Wahnanltno Powur Compnny ivnd his wife iiiul Olive Gauthlor. were rtll drowned. Tho party left their homo nt Iho power house for a short flahliiR trip in a cdiiop lip the river, This body of Jlrs. Brnlcenljiiry is the only ouu yot recovered. u N SERBIA f.oiKlou, Juno 5.-Tlio Chronicle publishes an edllorliil strongly iidvoc-uthiK Hoimi Ulnd of allied mllitiiry in-lervenlioii. in Uiisala, uh u nillyhiK ))olnt for \lus3lun8 in reslslinB Ger-uiiin penetration. "It is tho business of the allies" tho Chronicle says, "while presorvlnR and E M PRESS TONIGHT ONLY. Prices 10c and ll^^c Rex Beach's Greatest Picture BLOCK" SHE STANDS FOR A MILLION GIRLS Uul)>v: du rtonuM'. as the luMoinc of Uex Beach's greatest, picture, "Tim Auction Tiloclc." r^irosonts tho aggreBate Diaklenhooil of America; and the leniptatlon& to whicli she Is subjoctcd In the course o* the photoplay arc supposed to cover all possible teinptations to which girls arc subjected In real lite. ~~ THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Prices 35c and 15o The Jfost Stiipendoiis, Amazing Film Production in tho World's History. TARZAN of the APES' From the Original Story by Edgar Kico Burroughs, with Elmo T,,lncoln, Enid MarUcy and 1,000 others. Trodnccd in the wildest jungles of Brazil at a cost of $300,000. Staged with wild Hons, tigers, elephants, baboons, apes, cannibals, �' etc. SATURDAY ONLY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "DOUBLE TROUBLE" AND A KEYSTONE COMEDY > > : : : ? .;? 4 Days, Starting TONIGHT PRICES: MATH^EES 35o. EVENINGS, ADULTS, 50o NOTE-Matinees will be exclusive for ladies and children over 12, accompanied by mothers or guardians. From 7 to 11 .will be exclusive for men. Lethbridge To Sec the Daring Birth Film **Where Are My Children?" PRODUCED BY LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS 8MALLEY Pronounced-"Tho most nmazing-moat InipresBlve-moat dignified, yot the iiiosi Meiisullonal production oC Its character In tho history of nu)ving pictures," All matinees from 2 IIU" 5 p.m. for Ladies and Child-reu accompauied by guard-lan.s. Also Friday night. MEN! Come and Enjoy a Smoke and a Good Picture. Men only will be admitted tonight uud Thursday and Saturday. TKo nian-agement e.Ntend an�invita-tion to all men to bring their pipes, cigars ami clg. arettos, und enjoy � sinoko whllo-the picture Is being shown. ALBERTA GOVT. BOND ISSUE Edmonton, ,Iune H.-An issue of ten year old gold bonds to the nraouiit of .fS^.I.Ono is about to be made liy the provincial treasurer. Tfendoriji which will bo receivfid by the bead office of the Im])erial flank are now bulnB called for. ? c- o * : o respecting the rights of Ulo Russian peoples anbstanlially to work out Iholr iiolltlcai destiny,'to supply (bcni iievcrllielcKS willi practical altorna-livo to tlic ntghlmiiro nclies 10.000 soldiers clash in :i mimic warfare tlinl is a� real as if you were an eye witness ot the aiinul ();l(. sacririees and heroic deeds uf pejsonal valor, which will bo pre.^entel| witli original musical score nnd auKinoiitecl orches tra. Xo detail will !�� ^milled on tho retiirn engagement i,r iliin mi|;|\ty spectacle as seen iinvlously ;(!V.- York when it appearcii tlicre. and ullhouglt U has n strong j moral, there is no sigp of tlie tiresome prcaehnieiit contained in same. ICveryoiie will enjoy (ho story and llieir ..^ympalliy will go out to the old and lonely couple who lost the opportunities of youth. �I'ouight from 7.:io to II.HO men only will ho admitted and the; management extends an invitation to yoii to liring your pipes, cigars and cigarettes and sinnl;t> while llie pieture is going on and'enjoy yourselves, (.'oiiie early. AT THE EMPRESS "Tnrzan of the .\pcp." which excited considerable interest among the readers of iiopular-priced fiction ^jeveral years ago. is lo be slKiwn at tlie Kni-pre.^K tomorrow. Being the story of !i ininicvai man-or, rather, of a man lirouKbl up among apes and endowed with many of their abilities-it ine-sents not a few difficulties to the niovif' maker. All of these have lieon ovetcome in Iho film at (he Kmpress. anil apes swing realistically from bough to bnugli in the jungle the while lions ami leopards seek their jiroy on the ground below. BEACH'S "AUCTION BLOCK" TREMENDOUS 'PUNCH' PLAY Hex Beach's greatest novel, "Tho j\uctloii Block." has been brought to the sireen. Picturized under the dir. ect supervision ot the famous author and released through Uoldwyn. this stirring life drama of a million girls in America's big cities and small towns comes to the Rmprcss Theatro tonight. Tills picture will be shown only one night. at star Land f'l!arlo� Itay, ilie popular Thomas II. Ini'O star, will he secMi at the Star-land tonight und tomorrow in a new l':ir:iinoiint photoidiiy, 'ills Mother's 13oy. " Kay. v.-ho:. is one of the besHlked ol screen luminaries. Is afforded many opportunities in this picture to fur-llier increase the nunihor of his admirers, lie s.'enis to occupy a jiecnl-iar niche in the moving picture hall ot fame-a place tluit upparently Ib not shared with any of his contem-lioraries Hay has lioen before the public for several years-always under the direction of Thomas il. luce-and, though starred in a wide range ot i roles, has never failed to contribute j a notalily fine screen peri'ormance . Hay will have a supporting com pany of distinguished photoplay art ists. including iJoris Lee. William El \ iner. Joseph Swlckard, .lerome Storm, t'lcrtrnde Claire and l.ydia Knott. T* "�"""�"^1 ARE HOLDING A Monster Dance In J. Weigand's Barn Commerce on Fri. Night, June 14 THIS WILL BE ONE OF THE BEST DANCES OF THE SEASON. DUNNING'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE, Admission to Dance Hall & Supper, Gentlemen $1.50 MAJESTIC-ftlk^^lSc'^'^ Commencing FRI., JUNE 7th MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2:30 FAREWELL TOUR OF CANACIA GOODBYE TO LETHBRIDGE