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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AlMllL at, UH9 TI1K UvTIIBKlDGE DAILY 1IE11ALU PAGP. tuvo himself from avrcsl? nu'tropalilau liCe tlnm .Mr. Hughes. Xo.tLiis photoplay a mighty fciiu'taeular i You Mil' (lie woman ilocs: itllrcciur lias ever depicted tliat Lc (mused. The seti- was lo lie carried out on Friday tnst. At S o'clock Thurt-cluy night u, message was Bent lo North Hay, vrhkh Tilts j for al ABguode Hall Mr. undt-r tbe circumstances. lie not care 'much wliat happens to hitti. But he is a Juan nil tbe way tli rough, ami J til filiation nut deprived creative genius which enables thew t i must brilliant Btudeuts of vvorld poll him of the effectiveness of two very sweeping tijrd Cists. J VQVM. use actors accessories an artist! lies, is to' ihe uses his taints ami cai.vap. course on April 1'Vih. Mr. KJowers lips for a brush he not only acMevod national distinction pu-tarcs lull uf! amuus "first Hue American oratory ami bm his books on nut-.-tions of intema- "All the World to NoUjiiig." which you love, hate audjnona! moment rank him us one of the which popular William is over the Ibinss they portray. informed ami IIKIM loarltss wub- star, is something surprisingly new dockets" Is nut a vehii'V in 1 Hoists In this cauutry. lit photoplays. It is lull o( draw and physical punches. It lias belli pep and tabasco, with -au auumJaucc of laughs aud an intensely pathetic bit which mists ihe. eyes tears George MitcSiell, of Ibo most forceful and sym- uf t'uliaH. who appeared on hehulf oCrualhetic thhigs I hat Mr. nrisouer tu pre.icnt a siulyment as to the discovery of new evidence in the The effect of the new evid- ence v.'itl ho laid before the attorney- general by his lordship. I YEARS FOR PERJ.URY ever done. In this six-reel features, which will he shown yt Starland to night aud tomorrow, Mr. ilussvll If adiulraliiy supported by dainty Wini- fred finely carries Ihu spirit of Wyhdliaui Martin's greM slory. which some star pretius himself-or During liie past years Montr, herself. While watching ii one doe.s i has been iii grt-alest vas to uvo months in jail by Kelly on Saturday. 'EMPTY POCKETS" TT-LLS NEW YORK LIFE STORY Rupert Hushes' Great Story to be PJc- turized at Ernpresi Today and Tomorrow BLUE BIRD" ARTCRAFT PICTURE NOW SHOWING AT COLONIAL Blue UJrtl." an Artcraft Internationa! iorccmu anj lure, will he sbowc at tho Colonial Asaoelailon for the third time and nvas theatre for three days starting to-jeojnmissEonexl to develop the of day. li is an adaptation, hy Chur.fd Lyceum Chautauqua move- ilaisice. from Maeteriincli's master- mem into the r.'hiuh lias attrattcil wide tion of government be conceived tr-ntiun in the dramatic and tilerary it tin you think takes the biggest chr.ncc: The, u-jnian marries a Birungu order tu hold a fortune, ov the m.nn who mar- rit's. a utrniisv -Ionian in order to f ?r.i. HKinner. a was easily understood. The great author louk foi' liis cen- tral figures a little hoy and. girl, and of the. wUlCM.-i and now a fill msclo from thli ad books ever production has beenf srcat story. The and developed the Nmionnl Conference of American Leciui-f-fs, held In Wash- ington in April. I9is. The lecture being preaenteii by Empty at Empress" Tonight.' for them he dreis- .aside the c-urtain In liie form of a play, as ilti London and later in Xevr York, the 'fistory teemed Jramati'j land instead of a heavy preachment j I or a 'dry sernioti it developed iuto aj I virile presentation, sparkling1 with i f vivticity. In_ adapting ihls work tu motion pictures, dirpelbr Meurico j Tourneur. afaijed thn proiluctiou. fur has carrirj outh the' idea of the autbdk; ilk uiakiug the photoplay He dis- cussed the fcenes with the liny ac- tors, are iheorelfcally the lead- jug characters, helicving Uiai if ciiitilrcu can grasp the tho av- a .uovlus- picture theatre, with I lie aid of tbt lucid1 [titles which emiicUisli the film, should easily follon- the play iud tlio aJJegory.1 resuH is ;i play, of stu- pendous magnitude, in vrhlch is in- corporated tlie, lilehcr-l technique of photographic art, with multiple film exposures requiring infinite care and patience. Settings of colossal size and en- sembles of hundreds of people make TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS WM. RUSSELL In a Crtut Comedy Drama "ALL THE WORLD TO NOTHING'5 You remember this star in "Hobbs In a Hurry" It Was Miss This 'WOLVES OF KULTUR' EPISODE TEN, AND HAROLD LLOYD IN "SHE LOVES ME NOT" COMEDY 17MPDPQQ 9 DAYS, START' HiVlI ING TODAY..: MO ADVANCE IN PRICES SPECIAL SUPER-ATTRACT10N Rupert Hughes' Popijar Story Produced by Herbert Brenon with an All Star Cast E M P T Y Herbert Brcnoa 'Empty Pockets' ATTEND THE MATINEE P o c K E T S a Corking Comedy wtih Your Favorite Comedian Special Children's Matinee, Tuesday, 4 5TARTIN3 THE JOU5NEY, CONSTEWiAiTION erTKETAKTS YARNING TWT IF THEY Bi.Ut BlITO AU. BE AND THE CW.VTOHED TO RtMAW BEHIND. THtf VISlTtD THE WLACEOf THF M THE WSTANCe GRAVE YARO.' f WSTEAD Of DEAP. was Happiness IdOURNCY AND OfXi ivorkl to be happy, but some of us just don't 'know how lo go ulioiit ihcjnst of one of the sages of oUl wlm had Itnttphicss a whole Hfo- iirhc. Wlierc sonic failed others have succeeded. The wjiy hap- piness Is most wonderfully pointed out by ilaiirke ]ioct, philosopher uml dlsthignis.icrl drain- mlsl, In Ills stipcrb fnnlastical sto- ry of ''The Blue llo 1ms tlic like of been excelled, ay it Ms home, iJelgiini IhotigM of Us ever ilch lias ucvcv ni without iecowhie; btii- remlly loveil and iwimlHr, Us 1111- story of truth is written vvitli ;i liglilnes.l of faney vvliicli ojipdvates every one, am] lie tonehcs a of charm Hie childiinod lltal lies, at liio heart oC siml it (iiiickeii. Xotlihig in (lie world is i'O n-thirfit for bean- lv ns tile soul, nor Is tlicre anything 10 which htiiiily rljngs so readily, so 11 Is Hint wlion he wrote of the scinls.ol tilings, of Itread aud waler am] flre: of tlic ilie and of light, lie wrote with a sincerity that is inimitable ninl. which none other of his worts possess. 'ICvery country'in'tlie wodd has boen enahlcd lo read lliis play, which is a worhi message of happl- .._ ness, for it has heeii translated into ivery SIo wonderful were its theatric poraibllitira Iliat it was transplanted to Ihe filage sonw years ago and today is being shown in hundreds of theaters in Ihe being performed in :io Iws than 14 languages. But it has been left to the motion picture to rlsnal- izc (he real thoughts of tliis won- df-rfnl nrlijt-poel, and with foe an- liniitcd nienns of the picture studio there will lie flashed en the scran Ihe story of JMue that surpo'scs in beauty, urtlslry and compelling attention anything that has ever been done In pictures. Manricn' Tonroenr, one of the world's greatest directors, was chosen by Famous Corporation In produce this Art- omft rictnrc. In !t he has given the world the tery soul of flds writer's and has ren- dered a piece art that wfll live forever an entertaniraent ot unprecedented In scenes ot drifting loveUneas, fftnthsllc gtotejfiafiS jivn their cheerful note of pnntomtne, the gentle land of dreams the director lias evoked tiecomes one with Ihe land of the sonl's viston evoked by the suge, Maeterlinck hinsdf. LJSrtT PROMtSES TD The iwuws nor Kmfrm.1 ANB.TYUYL: THEY >T5fTEO'THeiPV OfiANOWRWTS M ON fltG ON ;