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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1917 THE LETIIBMDGK DAILY HEHALD I*JAGE FIVE What the Press Agents Say AT THE EAiPKESS . Daniel, !Uid that. Is why Mr. Griffith jilicl not. include this incident In Ills : reprrxlitcton of the rail or Babylon anil 'the thrilling events I hat led up to it. ! For its truencss to tact, and accur-! nry In detail "Intolerance" ha� been leiithur.ia.-tlrally piniscd by those I eminent. Assyrian authorities Rev. Dr. | Archibald Henry Knyce, of Oxford and Prof. .Morris .laatrow. .Jr., of the I'ni-versily of Pennsylvania. The reals for the local engagement of this already celebrated spectacle s:ile, at thi! theatre box office performances. are fel- on all A GREAT CHANCE In "Tho Immigrant," at Ihe Km press tonight Charlie Chaplin comes across with about five bi;; spontaneous Kplafihtm of laughter and a tidal wave of giggles. In Ihr lalest Mutnal-Chnp-lln we get a new. and. if possible, funnier Idea of the famous Chaplin walk. This happens v lien the boat rolls. In fact, the rolling of the boat furnishes Chaplin with opportunities for laughmaking all during the first reel. There is some gloriously funny stuff pulled when the bunch of immi-I grants go to the messroom for eats. During the trip over Charlie meets a beautiful girl, Kdn.-' I'lirviaive. lie also , ,, . wins a little money at cards and j V!:!^,"!!..?l!1".'...0."..",.'lr mono>'' craps, but noon after landing is '.iroke. I The fact that he is broke leads him i into some fine complications in a restaurant, where he once more meets the girl. Aftor many vicissitudes Charlie drags the girl to the marriage license bureau. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WITH "INTOLERANCE", AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. MOTOR TRIP TO Tho Auto Club and other automo-blllsts who are Interested will hold a session In the Chinook Club this evening when the matter of a trip to Glacier Park will be discussed. It is do-Hired if possible to arrange the trip for next Saturday so that tho holiday on Monday will give those who go a chance to extend tholr visit an extra day. Every auloist Interested in making the trip is urged to be present this evening. * A WAR RECIPE. ? DIRECTORY OF AUTO-LIVERY AND DRAYING DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St %mi^-.....i ii ii.......�� ii......iiiimiiiiii" Hemm's Auto Liverj' 24 Hour Service Capable Drlvcr3 Phone 1312' Dallas Hotel Barley Broth. (From Britain's Official Win-the-War Cook Book.) Two tabloBpoonaful of pearly barley, one tablespoonful of margarine, one teaspoonful of salt, pepper to taste, three pints of bono or vegetable stock, one desertspoonful of flour, one egg. Welt the fat in saucepan, stir in Iho flour Bmoothly, add the barley, first soaked in cold water for five or six hours, and cook over a moderate flro for a minute, stirring all the time. Add the stock (previously slightly warmed) by dogroes. still stirring, and bring gradually to tho boil. Simmer for fifty minutes, then add seasoning to taste. Heat up the egg, put it into a warmed tureen, pour in the soup, and stir well. : ? : : : > : * : : Round Trip TO CALGARY From all stations In Alberta and Saskatchewan. That Great Falls will draw its proposed gns supply from tho same field which supplies Lethbridge and Calgary was the statement made to tho Herald tills morning by D. B. Bowling of tho Geological Survey who is in the city in connection with the water conference. Mr. Dowling is much Interested In the scheme now on foot In i Montana, whereby the Canadian-American Oil Co. will drill five wells on the American boundary just south of the line about 18 miles east of Coutts. According to Mr. Dowling the Canad-, ian-American concern by drilling at that point, which is right opposite tho point in 1-12. where Ira 13. Sogar made his test for oil three years ago, can just touch the famous Bow Island gas field which runs from Bow Island south through Foremost to the boundary. The field cresses the boundary with a little angle, and It is. in that angle the concern which will pipe the gas to Great Falls for smelter purposes is drilling. Mr. Dowling Is mucli struck with the possibilities of the gas now on tap at Foremost.  The Foremost well of United Oils is a monster. East of tho town of Foremost, near Eastend on the Lethbrldge-Weyburn line, there is some very fine clay deposits, some of -which he believes would make high grade china. By connecting up the gas and the clay Mr. Dowling can see a big industry in sight for the new line. Then too, Mr. Dowling would not be surprised to see the time when the development of mines in the Rockies wes of beret would resul in ore being shipped to Lethbridge for smelting by the use of natural gas. Great Falls' is an example of what is being done in this direction. Certainly if bodies if ore are found in tho Rockies along the Crow line, a smelter in Lethbridge would meet the demand as no other point in Southern Alberta could. ? NO CHANCE OF ? SEPARATE PEACE late as to when such n ranve- ? ment might bo expected. The ? military organization problems ? are in the way of solutioi. and the situation as regards Uus- ? sia's financial and other dillicul-ties is Improving every day, M. Thomas doclared. The whole tone of the cabinet member's talk was optimistic. An opportunity of war service- a short and safe investment ---an ex- The Dominion offers you all these things if you will invest in War Havings Certificates. You are not In tho firing trenches. You are needed In the financial trendies. Canada wants your i-avfu^s for three years. At the end of that time, it. will return them .,, . . , ,,, ,, , ,, ,to you with interest at over f� per \ All during the piece Charlie is pull-Your dollars will form a' ing Chapllnesque business which cannot bo adequately described. It should be enough commendation for any film to say that It Is almost two thousand feet of Chaplin.' AT THE MAJESTIC BABYLON DID NOT FALL AS BOOK OF DANIEL SAYS. "Intolerance" comes to the Majestic today and tomorrow. In order to make his production of ancient Babylon in "Intolerance." as historically correct us possible, D. \Y. Griffith employed for months, research experts to examine the sun-baked cylinders and tablets of Nabonidus and Cyrus excavated from the ruins of this famous old world city. In their 'quest these experts discovered that | Babylon did not fall according to the .;. | book of Daniel, but was betrayed into the bauds of Cyrus, the Persian, by-Bel, the high priest, an act of treachery prompted by the worship of the goddess Ishtar by Belshazzar and his people. These experts failed to find among the excavated records of Babylon any authority for the "handwriting on the wall" incident-as told in the book of direct contribution to the war, to tlie support of the splendid Canadian Division and the whole fighting establishment of tho Dominion. Behind the attractiveness of a good investment there is the Immeasurably more powerful incentive of helping your country in a critical period. The Dominion is shouldering tremendous war burdens. Your help is needed. Will you deny it? The men dT St. Jullen and Vlmy Ridge did their duty. Do yours! Your savings are essential to victory Lend them to the Dominion and secure the double reward of helping your country and holping yourself. Your nearest bank or Money Order Post Office carries the certificates. Ask for details. TICKETS ON SALE JUNE 27 TO JULY 5. RETURN LIMIT JULY 7, 1917. FULL INFORMATION FROM ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET AGENT R. DAWSON, DlBtrlct Passenger Agent Calgary, Alta, Ad. K BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Lethbridge, Alberta We 'know the country ther oughly. We havo had the experience. -It is paid for. TRY U8. Phone 1206 For Sale CARY SAFE, inside dimensions 19x27x18. 3 FT. STANDING DE8K. SINGLE DRAY. r All in first class condition. Phone 1384 P. O. Box 638 163-0 WANTED To engage reliable party to break 160 acres west of Lethbridge, S.E. 34-8-22. Will pay current price and bonus for good Job done quickly. APPLY TIIOS.QUINN JOHN DEERE CO. /---N WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing. Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. , PRONE 702 EWS OF WAR Paris, Juno 23.-Tho Zurich corres pondent of the Petit Parislen quotes Prince von Buelow, the former German chancellor, as saying in reply to birthday greetings from the city of Brom-uerg, Prussia, that lie hoped this year would bring to the German people the longed-for peace, a peace with compensations for their sufferings and sacrifices and an indemnity which would permit Germany immediately to resume the position she occupied before the war. This isflho first time Prince von Buelow has expressed himself on the subject of Germany's war aims. Since Italy's entrance into the war Prince von Buelow,.who at that time was German ambassador at Borne, has been living in retirement in Switzerland. It has been .stated repeatedly that his presence in Switzerland was connected with Gorman peaco efforts which ho wa3 supposed to be furthering, but according to other reports he is not in the good graces of the German government. GRASSY LAKE (From Our Own Corr-pspomlcnt) Grassy Lake, June 23.-The death occurred Sunday night of L. D. Judd, north east of town, after a long and severe illness. The deceased had been ill for Borne time, suffering greatly. I-tis trouble being principally in his head.. For a few days previous to death ho had become blind and deaf, so death was not unexpected. Mr. Judd IcaveB to mourn his loss a widow and grown up family. The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from the Latter Day Saints church and was very � largely attended. The funeral procession presented an unugual sight. The casket was drawn by jholrses in the lead and the remainder of (lie cortege made up entirely of autos, '{he first of its kind ever witnessed in Grassy Lake. The banquet and ball given by the local Masonic Order in Perry Hall last night was a very pleasing affair from beginning to end. Promptly at 9 o'clock about one hundred persons sat down to tables well filled with good things to eat, catering being done by the hotel management. After justice had been done the supper, the retiring Worthy Master, R. J. Gold, was about to be presented with the medal of tho order, but owing to an accident during the day, Mr. Gold wa3 unable to be present, the medal was presented, by proxy, to J. G. Robertson, by Worthy Master Mark Hancock in a very appropriate way. Mr. Robertson responded in behalf of R. J. Gold in a few well chosen words. Dancing was then begun and kept up till about 3 o'clock, i the ochestra played the "Home Sweet Home" waltz. Ahout thirty visiting brethren and their lady friends came over from Foremost in cars, including the five-piece orchestra which rendered excellent music for both occasions. Before departing the National Anthem was'sung which brought the evening's entertainment to a close. The Masons are to be congratulated over the success of their annual affair. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Miss Lodgerwood, Thursday of this week. Tho attendance was small owing to the rain and threatening storm. After business was . over a chicken aupper was served. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jubb, of Burdett at the home of tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Probert, of Grassy Lake, a daughter, Juno 12lh. Mr. iCovllle, manager of the Ogilvie elevator was called to Vulcan last week to attend the funeral of his son who ,met an accidental death on tho C. P. R. H. Krug and son of Kitchener, Ontario, is here looking after his large farm south of town. RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Washingldi, June 23.-A nationwide drive of one week to recruit 70,-(I00 to bring the regular army up to ts authorized war strength of 300,000 men began today. TENDERS WANTED THF WONDERFUL Thousands Owe Health And Strength To "Fmit-a-tives" "FRUIT-A-TIVF.S", Ihc marvellous nu-ilirinn made from fruit juices - has relieved more cases of Stomach, Liver, Woody Kidney and Skin Troubles than any other medicine. In severe case* of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, 1'uin iu llio Back, Impure Blood, Neuralgia, Chronic Headaches, Chronia Constipation and Indigestion, "Fruit-a-lives" has given unusually efTectivB result.!. By its cleansing, healing powers on the eliminating organs, "I'ruit.-.i-tives" tones up and invigor* etes the whole system. 50c. o box, C lor $2.50, trial sise, 250. At all dealers or 3ent postpaid by FruiU a-tives Limited. Ottawa. SUB LOS8ES Copenhagen, Juno 23.-Tho Ekstrai bladet states it has been informed by! a German navnl personage that tho decrease of submarine sinkings in May may be explained as due to tha decrease In tonnago at soa. The Ger� mans declared this authority, torpe-� docd proportionately more ships than! in previous months and In some areas) more than the German preliminary eB* tlmates. The number of submarines lOBt Ir| May as in previous months, it is asserted, could be recorded by a singly figure. Efforts aro being made to Increase' the tobacco industry in Ireland, which! has soil that is said to be suitable lot, almost all varieties of leaf. Marguerite TrlirtT�. MATINEES....................... 50c - 75c - $1.00 "THE NICK OF TIME BABY" 2-Reel Keystone Comedy Drama TONIGHT-TOMORROW, FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT MARGUERITE CLARK IN 5-Reels "8ILKS AND 8 A TIN S" ,5-Rcels THE GREATEST PROGRAM EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT 10o and,16o rVRPHEUM Bronze Bride" in 5 Acts " TONIGHT J PRICKS :i0c and 15o Red Feather featuring CLAIRE McDOWELL with Frank M�yo and Eddlo Polo. Cartoon "Mr. Fuller Pep Celebrates His Wedding Anniversary," andj Joker Comsdy featurlna Gale Henry. 5630 ;