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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE THE LKTiinmncr. DAILY men ALP lion. Hugh dalhric An Important Statuncnl The House OTTAWA. June Hush fiu- thrle. solicitor-neutral, was emphatic in the house Ibis allermwn In 'he statement that the report of the com- inlttec on sedll'ou was neither In by "or gulUy o( the result of thai women are- the suf I thoro-JShlv i iMusiuer. Thv Daiicliter "Knllglileii Thy Daughter" wines i..'io the Colonial theatre neu Monday. UBle (Tuesday and Wednesday. There will Is an eye opener, und a masterly moral lesson n jht wm mothers as well as a tremendous i evening. .NO warning lu girls. Young be admitted. would bo forfeited. The committee-, said Mr. Culhrle. recommended a change in llie penalty clause of the crloilnsl code-with te-. gard to sedition. Formerly tbis se.-- lie- he thc- Wlnuliio; strike. "I menlloned Hits milter." faiil, "on accoitiit 'ot an article 1 In the press Ihe that special committee appointed In rt.. lo sedition had brought down u report us a rt'rett 41 the slrlfco whicli exists In Winnipeg and ibal tiic re port might operate adversely upon j many lioor organizations in Canada, Tliis .statement is thoroughly en-on- The report can have no SUIT operation and no such effect. gar o se. tloa [irovlded fur a tenuity ol twoI, The committee recommended that this be changed froni one lo twenty Following a review ot further pro- the report, Mr. Cuthrie moved concurrence. ted to this photoplay." TUC EfT-H" K O. Macltuo. principal of West i "OU 1 Ot IHt TUb Jj> ern Canada College. I had the pleasure ot seeing 'Kn- lighten Thy liauebter' lu Winnipeg. which j UETU01T. lu '.hat i would very strongly recommend the play, anil earaeitlv wish linn all Barents ana ot the yomis might go and too It." diaries A. Sykes. Central .Mclr.odlst church. "I think the nlctnre is well calcu- lated to a grelt good, if It reaches the raass'ol thoughtless young people. f Woodhall. ot the Alberta I "No man or woman can sen this i "No man or woman can sen TIFfl --Hr HLU urs'r either si-x. No one under. iieen should he Allowed lo witness U. Walter Ueddes. Women s NEW NAZ1MOVA DRAMA 'Ceptlon Sboall" Wide for the Scresn is Orlpplnj play, u o was tnc feature at the tinpress theatre ytstt-rilar. play An unusual and -Out of the HOE, Tho action of the play starts in little. fishing village in New KnKla where I'ailh. the slater ot Job loflin. known throughout the country fcir his narrow and harsh outlook on life and his bigoted religious u-nden cies, falls in love with a youoe fisher man. llefore they can be. married Is lost in a storm and iaiths little daughler Kvo 13 lorn fatherless. wrath ot Job Coffin is terriUo and; he dooms the young mother aud her babe lo perpetual solitude on a deao lite island lighlbouto iu the Carnb bean In despair Faith commits sir.cide Ere Is lelt alone with her uncle Dressed always In boy's clothes, and without companionship, she grows to beautiful -womanhood on lonely 'Op most dramatic role cC her inter nationally famous career. "Out of the Fog" is the screen version ot "'Cep Itou Shoals." Ihe play by 11. Austin Adams, produced on the New Yorl. stage by Xazimova and whlcli was, urn.' ot the theatrical wondf-s of i teasun The screen ailsplaiion I made by Albert Capellanl and Juue Mathis and directed by Mr. Capellai-i under the personal supervision of Maxwell Harder, director general The notablu players supporting Nazi- niova aro Charles Ilryant. Henry Har- mon. Nancy 1'almer. Ceoree T. Morse Kouiial, CKurles Smiley Tom illake. Hugh Jeffrey and DMO- lhy Smoller. n Ihl8 Inteuso and turceful act- dlEtlncllve yules brought out with dramatic (.o.ivlclion her superb power cf aciins. UCaUlUUL tion Slioats. until romance and aclve: turc comes lo her when a yacht stranded on tiie (leacherous shoals in a dense and Minding tog. The story is beautifully told and superbly and the star is seen in tho best ant. c.-, K today mithori.v ot government. Koriunale- shortly before noon thai person good im to the nresent time Canada lias nirir.en may to j ,.t ot ay marked eilent' lines controlled By the company A] for wMch mighl be diveclly fclrlke of interurHa.i carmen would af Canadian tllub. littrihuted to these- BSEOciallons. must not permit ourselves to In alluwcil to rest in any state of fancied sccurty, license it Is well known dial the same insidious agen- cies of crime itinl revolt which liave licen operating so freely In the Unit- j In IJurope are actually in evidence In] Canada today although at the prcs-j tut time we may consrutiilate our- telvea that no seriou'i overt act has been committed lu this country." Mr said that reported cases of sedition were tew and far between mid practically there was no. law In connection with this subject In this hUlttU iJi IMI.V.I feet service from Uelroit lo Toledo, as a dozen soulhern MichlEau as BIG FIRE DAMAGE ST. June which yesterday broke out In liim- company mill near Newcastle, caused lamaise eslimaled lo be between 000 a ill f 200.000. country. A policy ol passive been rdc Inac- i- lion seemed to have been, recognized throughout the British They inusl fully recognize, bow- ever there had been organized R .persistent effort to cause dissatis- faction to raise mass agninst mass. to subvert the constilution and 'rtimi Ihe government ilself. Thig which INTOLERANCE W. Griraih's mighty "Inloleraucn" opened a three days en-j gagcmeut ai Hie Colonial Theatre night lo a capacity audience. 1 without doubt the greatest plioto- drajnatic proiluclion ever brought to this city, and on its sheer merits, will doubtless continue to draw largo aud- iences lo Hie Colonial loday and again Wednesday. These who enjoy Ihe best offerings of fcrcendom will do well to see "Intolerance" Col- onial now. we eiuact from "_l. rwrt.nt lllffl. e, aiith'or. has vfrilten "Tea and has cs- report of the committee contained the propoi'al to make unlawful'..any so ciely, the purpo'se ot -n-hlch Is to hrlng about .sovcrnmentol; Iriduslrial or economic changes by the use of force. The members of such socle- be liable to penalliea and tho goous and hciongineB of suclras- BITRO PHOSPHATE. FOR THIN, DELICATE' NERVOUS.ANAEMIC PEOPLE lion which 'heVwill find great cuity in eclipsing In any future work. Critics hive-proclaimed him as a'puh- lie benefactor Inasmuch he has pro- Tided "Tea for Three" with suffi- cient tun and clever lines to supply three cotnedic-s. 'Elsa Hyan finds the most and interesting part of her career, in Ihe role'of .Doris, Ihe wife, ahout whom Ihe story runs, Ar- tistic stage settings and heautlfnl late frock 'creations nre a part ot the general ensemble. Three acts, the first ot which has two laid in N'ew York at the present lime Selwyn and Company 'are the pro ditcers. CALOAUY SOCIAL WORKERS PRAISE GREAT SEX FIL'f> Claim That "Enlighten Thy Caujh ten" Will Help In Moral Uplift of Any Community. "Tito film held my interest fro start lo finish. II is absolutely tii> lo what is occurlng iu every-dn 11 and carries out the altogether 'Mrs Wiggs oi the Cabbage There may have been a .more wpiilar novel lhan "Mrs. Wigga nt the but we don't know ot ilf There also may have been more lovable screen character than Jlarguente Clarl; as "Lov- ey but we haven't heard of lier yet. Come downland acquainted-with her tonight. "THE. MILKY 1 AND "Busting Into Society" Comedies 3TARLAND ORCHESTRA THE LAST EPISODE OF WOLVES OF KULTUR WILL BE SHOWN ON WED- THURSDAY WITH THE REGULAR FEATURE COLONIAL Coming Next Week MON., TUES., WED. Tht Film Dr.m. All Ltlhbrldge Will Talk About Enlighten Thy Daughter A powerful film and truly moral epic, enuortcd by clerey, nreaa and public. _ AN APPALLING, BUT UNFORTUNATELY TRUE STORY OF CONDITIONS AS THEY EXIST IN OUR SOCIAL LIFE. THESE CONDITIONS CAN BE AVOIOEDl No One Under sixteen Admitted PRICES-ALL ALL SEATS Three Performances 7.15 and 9.30 COLONIAL NOW PLAYING' Again TODAY WEDNESDAY M 0 V She was a prisoner with half-mad m.n as htr j.iler came the sreat crisis of her life. How she met it is wonderfully told by TWICE AND 8.30 GRIFFITH'S COLOSSAL SPECTACLE PLAYED TO CAPACITY LfrST NIGHT .-_ COME EARLY AND.GET THE BEST SEATS DULTS EOc; CHILDREN 25c I McLaren is now Associated with Me YieWtothelurcof Totem Know throogS hon- dffd piclurwiM MilxJC from I? CO Canadian Pacific >j Steainer FROM THE STAGE AUSTIN ADAMS I "CEPTION SHOALS--7 ACTS ANp SUSPENSE ADULTS 35c; CHILDREN 10c Kulpwn In lock