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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TWt8 LimramtDGr DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVU opened the local engagement at the 1 Majestic Two more per formanceM will he Riven a mat Inee this and the farewell performance The magnitude pf David Grif fiths feat in singing The Birth of a Nation Is almost least the devotees of the older forms of heatrieal Where now are Ilia little groups of Hit1 nlnchlmck scenery and the petty pro ties the sonnllod legitimate Uiia By comparison with the new the legitimate measures to the mountain like a Jiiolo Instead ot scenery for his Griffith Londpnlun tt commencing PAL TO SAVE WATER PE BY IH GRACE tho opening of the filter plant i there has been a great deal of talk the part of the commissioners re gdrding the advisability of install ing meters at all but the high of metering the city stands aa an objection p the In the meantime efforts are being made to crft down the consumption of water in order that the possibility sf a deficit A Brunswick Triumph THE 1 REPRODUCER FOR PLAYING ALL DISC As Advertised In the Saturday Evening o IT AT Gerhard Heintzman Piano Store Next Door toOrpheum Theatre1 in the department may be With this In view Comlssloner Srace has sent out to all water users a cir cular letter appeal to the setttngforth the councils views on the water question and urg ing that all be cut Follow ing are extracts from thejetter Meters are out of the question under present financial It is then for us to do what we can to reduce this waste by mutual the first stefr is to understand where this waste in order that we may work together The causes may be summarized as fol lows Leaks in the distribution Leaking water Taps allowed to run to prevent General carlessness In the use of 1 In theabsence of meters and with the means at hand we cannot estimate the amount of wastage due to i leaky Nor can we tell where these leaks are unless they show on the 2 New washers at a very small cost will usually make leaky taps We propose to send a man around to inspect fittings and put new on your taps at a minimum if you so He will report to the Waterworks Department any other fixtures out of order and the Department will require you to have them The practice of allowing water to run to waste to avoid freezing has been overlooked as a necessary evil in the Citizens can prevent most of the waste from this If they only realized that a tap need not pass more than a smalltrickle of wat er in order to prevent It Is not an uncommon practice to allow taps to run in hot weather all in order that a few glasses of cold water may be obtained for drink ing People do not realize or are too indifferent to their own in terests to prevent this The average pipingsystem does not con tain1 more than a gallon or two of water and can be run off is less than a minute and the same results obtain ed without such criminal From now on the summer months there is necessarily an extra demand for water for lawn and gar den Regulations are laid down covering the use of water for these which allow sufficient if properly It is a common prac tice to disregard these regulations and hoses aro used without the proper sized nozzles or nonoozles at alUand in some Instances run all Cit NBEB PARLIAMENT IN HE SAYS Vulcanizing that will outlast the many people have been trying to Thats wby we want you to know our We have an ujvtodate equip ment can satisfy you with our expert work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE as well as please your most critical Try us next time you have WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RETREADINGjANO RELINING jLethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 6th Phone SCRVIQE THAT SATISFIED June Vienna correspondent of the Weser a radical newspaper of says that In a sensational burgomaster declared High treason and ingratitude are rampant and the government has prov ed weak and In thu present serious time we need a for even a bad parliament is better than It is true that parliament fail ed to deal With the food but it remains the only platform for free speech and the only place where the arbitrary acts of the bureaucracy and the numerous military encroachments can be The supreme and the most urgent duty of the Crerman parties now is to show a united front to slav FOR A HOLSTEIN BULL June pion Sylvia a six months old Holstein bull sold for at the State Fair Park here The previous rec ord price Was paid for the calfs May Echo Sylvia a year The mother the worlds record with pounds of butter and pounds of milk for a seven day The seller was Oxo and the of Lemons Beautify I Make Quarter Pint of Cheap What girl or woman hasnt beard of juice to remove complexion blemishes to bleach the skin and to bring out the the freshness and the hidden beauty But lemon juice alone is therefore am should be mixed with orchard white this Strain through a fine cloth the juice of two fresh lemons into a battle containing about three ounces of orchard then shake well am you have a whole quarter pint of skin and complexion lotion at about the cost one usually pars for a small jar or ordinary fold Be sure to strain the lemon juice so no pulp get Into the this lotion wil remain pure and fresh for months When applied daily to the arms and hands it should help to smoothed and beautify the Any druggist will supply three ounces of orchard white at very little cost and the grocer has the AT STARLAND Where ie the chivalry of long ago when knights fought In death to their ladies fair Where is the chlv airy of tho famous mus keteer and gallant Though slumber ing all these years It lui been awaken ed and will be shown at Starland for the last times when Douglas Fairbanks latest A Mo dern released by Artcraft is As a modern Fairbanks a an ideal dash athletic and The flaBliins sword of the romantic period is replaced by tho owerful left jab and tlio mighty right and in the more sensational en ounters with the tnisty The spirit is and Fair banks battles for lady love in a nanner to arouse tho envy ot the fam ed Dumas There Is a country where the Gov ernment furnishes protection to fal en This protection is a yel low One of these fought against the intrigue ot an unloyal of white scorched by the flames ofan insane shriv eled and shrunk in lie to the world so so dra that it became an al The Gliamo is a pictur Izatloa of this remarkable womans it has lioon PO remarkably done that the critics call it a master At Starland Monday and izens are hereby notified that this must The filter plant Is still Incomplete one set of pumps not having arrived the supply of fil tered water is limited and it is prob able the water from the river will have to be again pumped into the system before tte pumps The citizens can help in this matter by conserving water wherever it is being What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS Every photo fan knows of the trou bles of Douglas Fairbanks or thinks they and it is a fact that poor Doug has enough troubles to drive an ordinary mdn but good old Doug is no ordinary aa IB to be seen attthe Empress today in the sixact Double From the opening to the closing scene in this first run special there is not a single dull It 3si a great Fair banks A crashing comedy drama full of thrills and the kind you AT THE ORPHEUM The sensational birth control pic ture will be seen at the Orpheum for the lust time Shown to men Bring your The Londonian Belles at the Orpheum Monday present over popular and fashionable rovue which is proving the uptodate at traction of the season and period in the Old Country and during their stay here will offer some thing new and decidedly novel Jn mu sical comedy to the this The production Is under the direc tion of George Uehn who has made for himself an enviable reputation a producer on the coast and through the middle himself plays the principal comedy role and as a comedian his work la the sub ject of much favorable comment wherever he Ho is support ed in this role by Porter Warfield has appeared before audiences in near ly eyery town and city on tae conti nent and as a comedian has certainly gained a popularity well James Murphy neNa character man needs no introduction to the peo ple of Ijethbrldge and Is conceded to be without a doubt one of the best in the profession in this A Trip to the opening bill in replete with smart songs and dainty dances and clean comedy that will satisfy the most The chorus has been selected with great cave for tho various qualities of each individual qualities which summed up go to make it one of the cleverest and prettiest stage A change of program will be given twice Monday and matinees Thursday ana AT THE MAJESTIC BILLY COMING When the curtain rises on the first act of Next at the Majestic Theatre next Friday June Lethbridge theatregoers will again begin to revel in two hours and a halt of unalloyed joy with Billy Scotlands creator of the laughing saying Is Tha A singer of hundreds of comic originator of more comedy than any comedian on the stage and without a Canadas most popu lar purveyor of Once again The Birth of a Nation packed the Theatre when it LAST TIMES TONIGHT Douglas Fairbanks IN AModern Musketeer MONDAY AND TUESDAY CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN fHE BADGE OF SHAME ALSO A TWOREEL PARAMOUNT SENNETT MAJESTIC Tonight at Orchestra and pRicee Niphts 25c MAJESTIC BOX OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY Monday FOR SALE OF RESERV ED SEAT TICKETS FOR THE iwcil For subject he has lovorod lijo ynars of American his Hlfibtern thousand people have rlonti his bidding and in the hairmin ing rlis of Ihn Kii Kliix Klan three and horses sweep over IliB Twfilvn lop notch arlfl will consti Mnc ths vaiidnvllln bill which will he jed at ihe on Moidajr inidnr the auspices of flic War Votornns On the whole it is safo to say not onn weak spot will be It has boon the aim of thoso respon sible tor the show to present the most diversified program The bill will Include comedy cartoon Ing a dramatic playlet entitled The Parlor In two pat riotic read classical due and other attractive with the brldge tinder tho direction ot George Harper also in llehearsals are in active progress every night and it is to bo hop ed that tvothbrldge will turn out lit force to help the boys who have dono their GET YOURS EARLY NEXT JUNE 14th Tho United Producing Present SCOTLANDS FAVORITE COMEDIAN in HIS VERY LATEST CYCLONIC MUSICAL COMEDY A Musical with a Company of Inclwfchg a smartly gowned chorus of Sunshine For Your Own Sake Get Your Seats Early PRICES A Saturday Matinee 25c Reserved Tonight Only in Double Troufe A first run sixact Also an extra good Mack SennetKeystone BARA IN ORPHEU X OPENING THREE WEEKS ENGAGEMENT MONDAY The Londonian Belles u IN A CLASSY GIRL REVUE Comedy Comedy Comedy Wednesday That Laughable Musical Comedy Success A TRIP TO PARIS A Play FuU of Wholesome with Smart Songs and Dainty CHANGE OF PROGRAM TWICE MONDAY AND Evening Adults SOc Children 26c MATINEE Adults 35c Children 15c Evening MATINEES Saturday TONIGHT LAST Men Your Last Chance to See Where are My Children97 PHOTO PLAY SENSATION OF THE EXPOSING THE BIRTH IT LAYS RARE TrHI SINS OF PRICE 50 BRING YOUR ;