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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1919 THK rUHA' 'JIEHAI.D PAGE FIVE r AMERICANS BUY KRUPP WORKS AT MUNICH JUDO Tho Krupp workr at Munich hare been sold iu Americans accord- ing I" dlipatcho from Mua- lob, quoting newspapers there. U Is added, several Industrial concern! In the 'Bavarian cap- Hal also have paaied into Am- erlcan bands. v ATlWKfflfl Larry Evans' Novel "Once to Every Man" Effective ff Photo Play June ericaii.dclgatis here in the inlcr- esls bl 'the Irish indopcntlence movement sent a note to Prem- ier Clcmciiccau today, in wliicli they c'liarged the British will: bonibnnlmg Irish towns fron aiqilanes, "wantonly murdering women- and children." They said ;ilso the Hrilisli are issuing nn order of. banishment. They as I; the appointiucnj of ;i special investigation atd Hon. w. J. Bowser, leader ot the provincial opposition. as (o whether Iho press represeutalires should be ailmitled to Uie nicetiiig was tho ca'isc of a lively debate Ihla mornius. On a voto with but four negatives, it was. decided to admit reporters. Proposals for a censor to go over tho copy >vere voted ilgivu Western dek-Kutcs were nnan- Imoui In favor ot tbe press, the only .opposition lujlns from eastern men wliu cxiiresstil their sentiments in the liaht ot tlie treatment alleged to have X'on accorjed the convention last year at Toronto. The uucs'.ion of the pressTand examination of credentials occupied personally direct- houses, was mown 1 by Mr. Kecnan, who, now as an in- ependent producer, Is making his wn pictures. It marks a fine dual chlerement. of the distinguished haracter actor, In ftddltlon to this great Western fjUIag. a row ot to atoms by mite. Other Items could bo added to the cost of tho explosive, the cost ot film, the cost of editing and cuttEcg, tbe coat uf prints, and of numerous "incidentala." But the main rama. "Loaesome Luke. Mechanic." [figures suffice for tbe purpose ol Lllus-, ne of the funniest two-reel comedtes [iratlon. vaf exhibited in the city, and "Hoot in short, to afford tho picture-going f Ion" a reel Harold Lloyd public eighteen seconds of concentrat cream will also Kor'a really, njoyable- two hours' fun and onler- sinmcmt. the Starland program is "it" or the holiday. On Wf.-aesday and Thursday tho dainty littlo favorite. Marguerite L'lark. wilt be Ihe attraction. In Miss Hoover" patrons will see her in od Director Holubar placed n debit Uem on (he Universal records amounting to And this was only of five or six each massive ;C33ies before tlie spectator In 'Tho Heart of Per second the cost is Per foot of film, tho cost is the same, for he sort of play that suits her. This a foot of film flashes through tho i a story ot food conservation so i projector every second, absolutely funny and unique that no Slated thus, In concrete form, this mtlivariMn.In tbe treaty is confined to the enemy. Turks Told To Go Home June Turkish peace delegaUonx-haa'feceiTeit a note, from the counol of "fou'rj advisins it that nothing would he gained by Its longer staying la''Paris at'the-pres- ent lime. Mueller's Heart Heavy BERLIN, June (Associated Hermann Mueller, the foreifto mini filer, begged to be ex- cused from an 'interview with the correspoadent ot the TageblaU on hta arrival, at Versailles because he dW riot desire to detract from the na- ture ot tbo mission assigned him. The minister told the .correspondent ho was-fulfilling his task a heavy lieart.; j Speedy. Readjustment t Juno flcallon and Hope .for a speedy read- justment of the vrorlrt. ,arc voiced in the" editorials published by all-morn-. Ing papers on the signing of the treaty "f peace. telegranr to says lie Chronicle, "struck treaty." Set eta! newspap6ra'imnglo thank.s.- glving with Vamings that there must be no relaxing'ot' elfort to make the' Ixjaeue of Naftons effective, i June only to settlement of the general strike in Vancouver Is the reinstatmcnt of ..telephone operators, a meeting of strikers at the rink told by 'abor lesdcr-j this morning'v If the B. C. Tclepone company will agree to take the striking operators back t vathout no diffi-' cully be encountered regard- Ing the return to of the oth- er unions, they decfa'ed, The search was conducled under authority oE warrants Issued by ,FilzlIorrigan, officer commantilng Iho mounted police in this disti let. The off'cers who the various premises searched" were in plain cloihcs, bul official "badges. The homos of the following were visited: John Kavanagh and James Smith, secretaries of tho strike com- mittee; Ernest Winch, president of he Trades and Labor Council, and Secretary ot the LoggerA Union; A. S. of the B. C. Fedtra- ionist and member of com- millec; anil V.-H. MidECley. secretary of the Trades and Labor council. Other labor- leaders whose hornet were visited by the authorities.were: W, A. Pritchard, who was nrresled In UalgarV and is trial at Winnipeg; W.-H. of tbe street ralUwymen's union, and one should miss II.. Marguerite Clark 3 a favorite everyone, and in this photoplay she Is very much Impressed by the slogan that "Food will win the war." She inveits in B, (Jack o'ns with highly amuilng and profitable results. Don't fall to tali splen- did picture at Starland Wednesday and .Thursday. "THE HEART OF HUMANITY" AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT seems to ho prodigious J7H per pay for amusement. And there Is nb denjjng that it Is a luge sum. Xowhero on the stage, not under tho canvas lop of the else Rave- on the screen could, such an expenditure be hazarded. But Iho success ot "The Hearl of the picture tllat TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PROGRAM FRANK KEENAN In the Great Western Play "THE SILVER GIRL" AND "Lonesome Luke, Mechanic" A Two-Reel Fun ALSO "HOOT MOW" Another Scream The Biggest 25 cents worth In the is worth 35 cents- Remember the cCnU "Once to Every Alan" is one uie fevr photo plays that will ajjpeal to any character of audience whether men, women or children. H Is sel- dbm that a red-blooded sensational drama is clean and wholesome throughout, but this is Just lie pro- per characterization of-. "Onca to Erery Man." Motion picture patmns love a fight- Cost of Cinema per Tick of the Clock Few of elaborate' screen productions have any conception of. j the cost of Eomo of tbe scenes they] witness on the silver sheet. Thous- ands dollars, "for instances, werej expended by Griffith in making even: some ot the most fragmentary scenes of "Tha Birth of a Nation" and of "Intolerance-." It is doubtful, how- ever, whether even Griffith himself knew precisely what some of those pictured incidents coat him. Some conception of the cost of pro- duction, hoivever, (s to be had from that third and latest product of I cinema studios, Alien Holubar's "The Heart of which cornea to the Colonial Theatre for 1 days start- ing today. Several scenes" in in this picture flash on the creen for no more than twenty sec-3 nds, yet, individually, they >cost! housands of dollars. Indeed, in the Holubar production, In several ances, the most costly scenes ever ranslated to the screen arc to be ob> rerveri. In one Instance, by way of Illustra- ion, only eighteen seconds., are ,re- :_Two Days Starting BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAM 35c; CHILDREN 10c. ins picture, be tlie fiEfct spiritual or physical, and "Once, to Every' Han" has pronounced a picture "all "Once to Every. Man" has been hailed by Now York critics as a pro- duction of eilraordinary. merit and Its showing at the Empress theatre is direct from i New .York HID. attraction: "With the C. P R. Through the Rocky A dvertts emenl. Over 300 Delegates Present at Big. Convention Which Opened Today of the street union, and tho smke committee; A. Hill, D. McDonnell and J. Thomas, all members of the strike committee. 'Peg Builders Back Wed. NXIP'EO, June Building trades workers will return to'.' duty WeilnOBilay morning. Tlie majority of lhe essential trades have voted to resume work, on the understanding that contractors will negotiate out- standing wage schedules Immediately. A settlement of the metal 'trades disimte may be effective at tho aamo time, although committee members de- cla FRANK. KEENAN AT STARLAND In Silver which will be quired'to .project the.i pictured .Incf- dent on the silver sheet Yet, In its entirety, Ihis eighteen-second', bit entertainment totals a gross ture of Itemized, tbe stands Salaries of principles SBlariss of Salaries ot cameramen Cost of sotting, properties Total Rehearsals anTTfctnal performance and photographing covered a- period of three days. A total ot extra men and -women, In addition to the Once to EiiEpy Man" AN EXTRAORDINAHY PHOTO DRAMATIC VERSION OF LARRY EVANS' NOVEL, STARRING JACK SHERR1LL and M ABLE WITHEE THE GREATEST.FIGHTING PICTURE EVER FIRST f NATIONAL ATTRACTION .....'A.ybED ATTRACTION "WITH THE-C..P. R.'THROUGH THE B. O., Juno hindred delegates Irom till purtl ol tht Domlnioir havo arrived la cltr for Annual convention' o( OirMit War Veterans' associa- tion of Cutda, which opened this aWuiag Ktng.Eoward school and will nil this week. The morn- IDK waa given 'over almost entirely to registration ol delegates.' At noon the delegates to tho con- veittton gathered "ak luncheon and wero ;by Oliver LIFTOFF, Freezons Is magicl Corns lift off yith fingers withfeut pain No, not one Mil Just drop a little F'reez'ona on Ilial It slojia then you lift llipf iothersorao corn right off. Yea, niasjlfl n few cents. Try Your druggist sells a liny sufficient (o rid your hanl corn, soft corn, or corrf Ilio -tow, and callnsCB, without olio particle of soreness tho mya- torlous 6tticr discovery of a Clncln tall genius, i C.P.R Sailings From Grampian July 6th Mitlnedosa July 7th Metagama I July 11th "Corslcan July 18th "Huly. 20th Meiita July 24th Aug. 6th" Aug. 7th Mlnnedou............ Aug. Itli Grampian........... Aug. 13th Mettglrri) AUg. l4tM' Cortlcan 4': Aug. 23rd Tunlilan. Aug. 28th Aug. 29lh 6th MlnntdoH ......-X.. Sept, 9lli 1Hh Sept 13th Sept.' 14th (.ETHBRI'DGE TO LIVERPOOL Minimum (Cabin) 2nd class 1155.90, tax <5.00. 3rd'class J127.15, tai H 'travelling' On Mollto, Jlln- nedosa or'Molaiatnii add scconoV and jl.25 3rd class to (Paisppil application, forms supplied.) ;Ca11 or write for full informa- tion, C. P. ni Ticket Office, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent '.Tickets Issued'on all other At- lanllo linos. j- -i j- 4 DAYS STARTING id no .intention of returning "jiisv. et." The metal trades council has cen refused recognition tiy emplo7-' rs, anJ a meeting of affiliated unions ill he held tonight to ileoWo upon .oir attitude -In this connection. First kuthbrlrfga Showing of the First Canadian-Picture.That Deplcti Tho Ideals of The. Men Who Wore the Maple Leaf The Most Emphatic SUCCMB In the History oT the Screen s A SPECIAL ROAD SHOW ATTRACTION L This Huge Pro- dnction as- tounds the mind with the realism of it's dramslic scope; it's verit- able' revelation of unending beloved frag, a preae'nlaHoh' of spirit of the. Ca- nadians, In a ire- that will thrill your heart and CANADA'S OWN NATIONAL FILM DEDICATED TO THE MOTHERS OF CANADA k And LOTS OF COMEDY Hero Is the New York.critic, has {o say of." tie 'The klnil of thing, that Marguerite Clark fans tire looking for. Tho pro- duction has charm throughout." ACCOMPANIED BY COMPANY'S OWN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WITH ORI01NAL ORCHEST RAU SCORE AND EFFECTS Heniornbor, this is by an Independent' reviewer and rot a splash from tho a local brain-storm artist. Wo get of all pictures ro- leased and shall bo g'nd lo give Ills opinions of B'.IJJ plcturo played In the city, to any .fin- havo found very fair and ftccuralo fn hfs crlllcisins. PRICES: TWICE DAILY MATINEES NIGHTS AT 2.30 'AP8.30 MATINEE3, ALL SEATS CHILDREN 25o ANY PERFORMANC ;