Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 32
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnrTAY. JUNE 22, li>18 Tllli ULlUHKIIJliE DAILY IIF.RALD PAGE FIVE Scene from "The Other Man's Wife," the dramatic sen.iation of the season. Coming to the Majestic Tuesday and Wednesday, June 25-26. Special matinees for ladies both days. What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS was niaile ut Santa Cniz. an iHland in Clallfoi'nia, and constantly eniplnyeil a cast of onn tlioufland porsonH, headed liy IjOiiiso liOVcly, Carmo! .Myers and .lack Mnlluill. Grace Helen Hailey Is re.sponsiblo tor the .story wlilcli lias to do witli the odd adventures whleli i)cfall n sii'I '""ist fn^ii storm on Dio l)Ioak siliores oC� the lon�ly iKlaud lii tlio Pacific. AT STARLaND The plx-acl .lowei tealnre, "Sirens of [lie Sea." now at the IJiiiprc-f^ tliea-tre loniglit. was six montiis in liic niai;-InK and |was compicled a f^repi ex I shannon Fife', well-lcnown autliof. P'-'-.i-lUme. T'\" director, .\!lcn .1. Ho- wrote "Love Letters," which in Dor-l:'oiir. achiov n'. n its niidcr.iea and | otliy Dalton'a latest Paramount plc-w;.".er hcenos some of lh^^ most unii- uiro and which is being shown at Uio = nal photogripl !; ye" trail.',. K, Slarhind,tpnlelU. Mr, Fife also wrote i.iie screen. N'olahly the night scenes j "Tlio Rafiihow Princess" and "'I'hn on llie enchanted island. Tho picture Rowanl of Patience," two earlier AUCTION SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON THURS.> JUNE 27th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP-THE FOLLOWING FIFTEEN SADDLE HORSES '1 to fi years old. Partly broke. JlOO to 1200 lbs., and tUoao horses arc bred up lor the purpose. They are all sound. Those horses aro .sh-cd by the noted Moss Rose. HEAVY WORK HORSES 10 gcldinKS, t to ti years old. 1400 lbs. to 1600 Ihs. All these horses are broke to work and sound. ^ 6 Sets of Doubio Team Harness, heavy. 2 Sets of Single Harness. , 3 Seta of Light llriving Harness. 4 H(;avy Lumber Wagons. 5 Cows, dairy type. Some fresh and some due to )>e fresh shortly. Paramount pictures starring Pennington and Louise Huff respoc lively. It Is .Mr. Fife's habit to write lil.f scnnarios with a certain star in mind and lo build around the character and ability of that star. In "Love Letters" tliis is iilainly obseriiblc, for a more characteristic Dalton photoplay it would be hard to find, or one giving tho versatile star more opportunity to display the wide scope of her emol-ion.s. On Monday and Tuesday an excellent World drama. "The Falsn Friond" featuring the well-known stars. Robert Warwick and Gail Kane, will be the feature. CALllMEN IN II.S. POSSIBLE FMAINING Wa'shlnflton, June 22.-Approval was voted today by the senate military committee of the provision in the $12,000,000,000 army appropriation bill ai it passed the house empowering the president to call to the colors all men of draft age who can be trained and equipped. IRISHPm ONLY POSTPONED First Business lo Establish Order-Conscriplion is Not Withdrawn \ f�i.ec>0"Li:>IER WHO 16 FtGHTIKC FOR YOU IK FKANCB. EVE1?Y OUNCE OP POOli TOU o 5AVi: WI lyl/^ nXLP TEED Hm. A5 5TJRELT THOU^n HE FITTING,ATi^OUR^TAB-Di:/, HELP VOUR GUEST FIRST, Pu blished by courtesy of FItzmaurice, Vancouver Province. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Medicine Hat Summer Fair and Stamped e BIGGER.- BEHER - MOSE ATTRACTIVE Agricultural Exhibition Live Stock and 'Poultry Show Horticulture Fine Arts Machinery JULY 18 19 20 19 1 8 Horse Races Base BaU Tournament Special Platform' and Midway Attractions New, Novel, Pleasing $2S,000;00 - IN PREMIUM AWARDS - $25,000 00 Western Canada's Championship Base Ball Series, $1,000 in Purses. REDUCED RATESON ALL RAILROADS ~ For Prize List and full information, Phone, Write or Wire COL. F. O, 8ISS0NS, Free. W, M. MaolNTRYE, Mgr. .luiio ZT,il\ and 2Gth, is the most hand somcly gowned and magnificlently staged play on the road this season. Tho production is under the super-vifilon of tho Lambert Producing Company (not Inc.) who have spared no expense lo make It so. .\ny wo-nmn who misses seeing this beautiful play will forfeit a rare treat. It is a lovely story, told In a sensational manner by Victor Emnnnal Lambert, that starts the spark of the eternal love in every woman's heart tor her mate, and re-eetablishes In her being that esteem and regard for her own kind that has tarried on tho verge of morality and stepped back from the abyss. Especial arrangements have been made for the reservation of tickets one week In advance, at .Majestic bo.\ office "by phone or letter." Automobile parties aro requested to . . T,. , make early selections of seats, as It \ I' or Use Against The Crowds SPIRIT OF THE B FRIGHTFULNESS will be rather difficult to group largo parties in sections at a late date. AT THE OKPHETJM "VARIETY ISLE" A SCREAMING FARCE The Londonlan Belies in "Vai'Iety Isle," present a comedy full of laughs -Are of Great Efficiency 'Italian .\rmy Headquarters In Xor-tliern Italy, Kriday. June 21.-There have been many incidents to show the spirit of the Italian soldiers. One illustration is' the action of a chief of staff of a certain division who got-lired of sitting behind the lines listening to the reports of progress in the fighting. Grabbing a rifle the officer accompanied a battalion into a fight. The battalion marched back an hour later with more than tour thousand prisoners. The officer had lost part of a forefinger, carried away by an enemy bullet. "I would give that for my country any time. Then, just think of the fun.I had." he told tho physician who attended him. Morale of Army Splendid Paris, June 22.-A dispatch to the Temps from Milan says that Premier : : : ? ? ? > ? CANADA. ? ? ? ? ? Paris. June 22.-Special Cable to . Toronto Mail and Biirpire.l-Flteger-' Orlando and Signor Dissoleti, Italian mnus, a dovice of frlghtfulness, is the i minister of military aid and war pen-name given by the Germans to a rec-j sions, who returned to Rome, after 6ntly perfected bomb .which according! several days' i'Uit to the battle front, from start to"flnish. Geo. W. Lehn and j to their own claims will multiply one j gave the following, impressions of Porter Warfiold as tho two Irish com-1 hundred told the precision and effect; their trip' edlana kept the audience in lanshs  of .night hombardmenta. The bomb; ,,j i,,',,,.p,.in,, - ,aid Premier Or. ------------.......- ' T^^^'z^'^'"':' '"arbrsAmrd' slngfe frl^ and i^said to be emn o; i  tranquility .resolution and ed"^osp^^ll'"1,galnst'cr�wds 'oT^co ' '^^nm.u.e. The soldiers have accom- throughout the entire performance. Last night was "Cabaret Night" and dancing contest. A number from the audience competing for the' cash prhes. In conjunction with the regular show tonight a two reel Charlie Chaplin will he shown making an exceptionally good bill. There will be a complete change of program on Rfonday and Thursday of next week which will be tho closlnE week for tho Londonian Belles in this city. pie. Instructions fonnd on the person i ['"''''.'^^'"''�^il'^/ '"p^l'^^nntn,.!"!? J,f , r!n n-L-info, ^ffi^o,. m..,i,:>,,.io.i heroism. The supremo command. of a German aviator officer made prisoner the other day-say-that ill order to get the highest efficiency antl per- even in the culminating moments of battle, has maintained continual and Washington, June 21.-Arrangements to Khip L'S.UOO.OOO, tons of coal to northwestern states and portions of Canada vit tho Great Lakes, were made today by tho fuel and railway administrations. Approximately 4,000,000 tons of this quantity will go to Canada. > ? ? : : : ? : ? < ? ? MINERS' STRIKE AVERTED, Threatened Walkout of AOO Men at Sllverton Averted. LAST TIMES TONIGHT \ DOROTHY DALTON IN Victoria, B.C., June 21.-As a result of a visit which J.D. JIcN'lven, deputy minister Qt' the provincial labor department, made to Sllverton, the f threatened walkout of some 400 men employed in mines there has been averted. -;- I � DISASTROUS FIRE St. John, N. B., June 22.-The town of Oromocto was visited by a dinastrous fire last niQht. The loss is estimated at about $35,000. � "LOVE LETTERS" ^ MONDAY AND TUESDAY WORLD PICTURES PRESENT, ROBERT WARWICK AND GAIL KANE 'THE FALSI^ FRIEND'' mit of low flWng avlatora to see ,he I ' ^^^'V^^^ with the whole army, result obtained the following methods \ ^^;}'.",�'� '"^s admirably reconstltut- are employed. First, the aviator must drop some Signor BIsBOlali said: "Our army Incendiary bombs on tho object o" at- never has been so strong morally, so tack.' After a pause'of some minutes j united and so determined, ft understands today the great responsibility it has assumed before the entire world." to permit the crowd to gather around the burning object as they naturally woiild In order to extinguish the flames, the aviators must swoop down and throw this tliegermaus into the midst of tho groups. WOMlllZE NATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES Cincinnati.''.:. .000 001 010-2 S 2 SL.Louis ..,,.....100 000 02x^3 8 2 Scliiieldor and Allen; Ames and Gonzales. New York ......000 100 100-2 4 1 Brooklyn ,000 ;iOO 0!Jx-5 10 S Ptirritt and McCarty; Grlmoa and Miller. \ : Boston...........220 040 000-S S 0 Phlladalphla ..,____001 002 100-4 9 2 FilUageiu and Wilson; tlogg and Hums. Winnipeg. June 22.-Several women's organization.^ In Vi�lnnipeg have preparotl a resolution which they propose to Introduce ut a mass meeting called for next Wednesday- iii' Winnipeg, criticizing tho Canada Food Board. Tho resolution practically accuses the food board of "agitating food shortages" to boost prices and calls on the Dominion givernment to reorganize the board. ONE THOUSAND HUTS BUILT IN THREE WEEKS, When the rivers n'jar Tientsin, China, overflowed and Imindatett the surrounding flatB over an �roa of fifteen thoiisand square mllfls, so many poor Chinese wore made homeloBs that it becnraa tho duty of Aiherioan engineers and regular army troops to erqct shelter. They built ono thousand huts iu three wooka, providing acc Jinmodutlou for lour thousand. The iiuts wore cotiu�oslto affairg o{ lumber, nod and mud plastor. ORPHEUM TONIGHT * - ' Londonian Belles in "Variety ALSO CHARLIE CHAPLIN AND A BLUEBIRD FEATURE. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM MONDAY. Next Tues.-Wed. MATINEES AND EVENINGS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO WOMEN-NOT A PICTURE MERITORIOUS CAST, INCLUDING DOROTHY LA V (Formerly seen, hero In role of "Peg" in "Peg p' My Heart") "Should a Woraanis Life and Conduct Be Judged by a Distinctly Different Code of Ethics From a Man's?" t Special Ladies' Matinees Tuesday-Wednesday - 50c FVFNINfi PRirES- -Main Floor...............75o and $1.00 c vu^u^u rniuca. B,|<,ony , ..........soo, 750 and 51.00 , THE PICTURE BEAUTIFUL TONIGHT LAST TIME i**Sireiis of tlie Sea ft Mutt and Jetf Comedy "A Dog's Lite" and Latest Screen Magaain*. MONDAY-"WHEN A MAN SEES RED." 39?024 ;