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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta hiK-'LCTHBRl'OGE Q.MLY HERALD PAGE FIVE of the woman. Mannlni; agrees and have lo Ud'l.i-r lu 1'crrnll her later lo laud -artistic state .btaln a divorce. j ThU provokes n series of Oeiign...; tul situations, all of which contribute lo the euj'Jv.iblenOM of llio itory. Mist i IJurko's support Is excellent, her leal- 111! Ulan being Da via Powell. .lrtor.1. EULOGIZES CUOREAT MORAL FILM Dil .or." to t Mon., "TEA FOR THREE" and Wed., Shows to Avoid Perllt. Attention is called to tho fact thai I "Tea for Three." In whk-Ii Miss Elsa the _ Hyan will appear In Hie star natt it lho Majestic on niday and Saturday. June 20 and h-it u 14 no more direct or flai- toted than life Itself. The things it irith are actual, everyday facts p this lite of oura. and: taking facta. the" picture shows us what to do nlth Ihein. It (hows up lho dangers tells u, how to avoid them: shows up he tangled labyrinth ot life, one (hi path that leads saisiy ha juiigie, with lu snares aad pit- alls, to ibe sonny uplauds of scare 1UTohcome lo Iho point, the picture out to make it as clcer as day lo mothers vi-naij, Tearful responsibility rest, upon, tbeui as such. Ihe claims that tbeir daughters hav- upon them, and uhaij a bellon-eartu Mco overtakes Uit-m If they do not do tlieir duty. iiawbatlstiiBlrduty. Why. bless your soul. It is simply Oils: "Tc-.l vcur innocent ond unsuspecting o V lltlcat lb.t H loutederat'ott the best men of both parties suppressed arrv leader Canada had over bad fae tariff t wc had hoM. bo -t correcl to th inal H is no.. T, view of certain members of the Union 1st parly were not before Ihe electors in the 1017 election." flark Wotted that the rules or Iho house did not lug of n amendment. It c because they differed from him the question of war measures. Don't Surrender Freedom li> looking over majttcrs ot and co'mra'erco mentioned In Ihe DM- tot the member tor ned Deer eald Ihc-y ,110011 bo viewed in Ihe bright licht that tliono frsm the lieHs M Bander, The .rlinary urt 1UK Ol Jl huu n lo him to he so absurd anomaly that never since confederation, had the nnisibilUr been coittemplaicd, -o three fcroups ol person consideration that, having wo ,o tho principles of lho------ ind'lo look carefully at the proposal ot the (roTornment on Ihe ono Ban ,r.d the amendment on the oilier t seo what course one should take. H criticism was that 11 recrulred too much interpretation.______ HARRY CATRHEI COLONIAL TOOAY In Trance and Hendcrs, it not be surrendered in Onada. Thev wero at the parting of the In Canada. They had been tolil tha, their sons not only fomrbt for free- s-s.'ttr IVy IHtlb: government at all. "Three Mounted Men." Ilarry ta ey rrotectlaniim I. K.lMrltm is well known lo. movie .ans thj a couWry ot S.OOC.MO people portrayer of some of the screen hn Panadi was pretly well }tot virile ivesUrn Ho said that in his jiidu- Kna bo Is seen at his best !n. THrco was special will be the screaming Mack Bennett .comedy, Loops ft" of any descrlpt'ou. Itol an unusually meuL .lown. they had a very close relation (o one Miother.'v ,.ia..v He, rnuld not aKree. said llr. t.larK. Henneti comeuj, momber Marqu.lte (Hon. I Marie Walcamp in the latest T A at this a urtlac- o, "The Bed GKyej" and the tWst In the budget he, in- uous-Moran.. comedy. Sing i0mit- 6 frno njpa Sing" ]'n s'pite of the added cast of .thu extraordinary program, regular prices will prevail at the Colonial tins weeV in- ac-it EBW toward tree trade. In tlio jaBt-ho bad been pe- rused of being Ihe the house. He was still in heiio- tilion ot believing In tiirlH. Ho was slad to note tllot both the govtrn- .inent awl the oppfsltloa we" p? nally Inclining Coward bis m cause botb were in JaTOr ot a reauo tion ot the tariff. He was g ad to not. Ihot-both the zoTernment and both faTor-'ot reducllou of tbe tariff. He was also thankful that tlw gorem-1 jhrnlhad resisted theL oifers of tain to have In the budget. In his opinion tfio, vrowsalr, of..tbe finance rolnlrlor I embodied f. large number ot those i coriialned In the reelnroc.ty ior'.uch reduction ot the tariff theia was. liut.fne.bwlsel was. not .salistaclory. "induction of was, more apparent tlfan real. I Conditions Demand Chanje TJ ERE'S u different kind of a motion pie- n clrniiia with a lliriil in it that keeps on on Imilding up and up till you forget nil about UeinB in theatre -von'ie right there on the spot with Ma y McLaren, trying to Ret n( }nsl the worst lotigh-iuck situation that a wife ever found herself caught in. Charles Ciiaplin in "I See her climb those faWul "Si-see why she had to make ,al I rip and youTI see real dramt for once in your Me m pictures. EMPRESS 3 DAYS STARTING TODAY .olid inlo or later en- and lls Irad: its honesty its ellure-mcnts; trips; its tlov.-ery THE MAKE-BELIEVE WIFE" A BRAND NEW TWO P.BSL MACK-SENNETT COMEDY LAST TIME TONIGHT MARIE OSBQRNE IN "Dolly's Vacation" AND 'WOLVES OF KULTllR' LAST EP1SODB ALSO THE LATEST CHESTER OUTING PICTURE- "BALAHOOING ON THE ARMARIKA" Program You Should Not Hiss showlnj st usual prices Special Matinee for Children on Saturday. Afternoon tor 5c There' lailtt; Mary Madaren in 'Creaking Stairs' at the i Empress for 3 Days 1 PARIS, June nllled re: ply to the Oermin. counttr-pro- Is 'complete, reEponsible quarter late .Ihls Bfttrnoon. Agreement..Mn pr.n- ciple reached (0n_a I points. The .question-..of -Ger- to. the of hat been celtlcd, hut the nature of the joreement tin not1 been dleclos.d. H re- mains only to' the reply. CLASH moving 'lo site rinilrtori, awaitlns the comlns.ot Oon Armeies1 rebel Tba word wen lory. The scenes of the'story daveloii In Ihe Adirondack Mountains where Phy- llis Aihbrook Is giving a homo parly to a caloric of friends. Sho Is engag- ed to marry a.l.myyer, but ho seems lo to devoted lo a young woman who Is Iho fiancee of John Manning, who by tKoVajr, pays niore 'altentlon In Phyllis Iban be ilocs lo Anifa. liln pr6mlsej brldo, Manning and Phyllis are lost In Hie seek rofitgc Iri a cabin nnd lo save tlierrepuiallon ALL LETHBR1DGE WILL TALK ABOUT CLONIAL J Pciformances DAILY 2.30, 7.15 and 9.30 THE BEST SHOW PLAYING IN IS NOW AT. THE COLONIAL 3 TODAY EXTRAORDINARY FEATURE ATTRACTION THE KING OF CHARACTERS "THREE MOUNTED MEN" WE WANT YOU TO SEE THIS SUPErVFEATUKE-IT 15 GREAT ALSO'PLAVING >IWD, GLOVE With Oashlna Narle Walcamp LYONS and MOHAN Comedy "SING ROSA SING" Mack-Stnnett Comedy 'Love Loops the Loop" With Th'urman and Charlie Murray COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA SHOW, Adults..........25c Children 10c Children's Matinee Saturday 5c AuapsALE: Toraori'DW, Friday WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK Frank Waddington FURN'ITURE- HK? 'ItlBItATOIl ifr A 1 Condition; Sinser 7 drawer Sewing Ms- Dlnlie Table in Oak Dres.ers; Book Khcfves; Small Hugs nnd miny oilier itema. SALE AT 2 SHARP _. PHONES: TERMS CASH ,_ iJ..rr-.' ;