Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VKDXFiSOAY. DKCUMHKIl 3, 191 n THE nminninGH DAILY HETUI.D. PAOE DRAMA MARKETS Gralc ind I FIHE AT ROBIN HOOD MILLS of twculy two people, mostly glrh. 1'reclliMlly evervLblDi he iircxlm-ej In M003U JAW. Dec. fire which lhe rtalin o! magic be Is iho Krlsl.i- threateucd for eomo lime to bo of alor pud InveiLlor of. He rims through humann in (he or an awful trag- edy, mclco o( gas iulcrmtnslerl In all conceive. It happens and cannon "THE RESCUING rtNGEL" truly be doubted. His whole perform-! once Is marvelous. Thoso who have Forrest Slanlcy. who la supporting not sec-n It cruly will the trial of Shirley .Mason In her new Paramount their llvoi, II they JIl.To lo J14.7G. j 1 NIGHT, TUES., DEC. 16 DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA KMAftKABLECOMMNY OF-ViODCyiLLE'STABS' HKCTWN VtiilAM MfflSIS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Shirley Mason "The Rescuing Angel" Tho pley that 'Trill you out of yourself and you forget your troubles. "HEARTS AND FLOWERS'7 A liro-rctl Paramount-SE-nnelt Scream with Louise Fazcnihi. ford Sterling and Phyllis Haver. OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Thursday Night is GIFT NIGHT We Will Give Away a Season Ticket every Kl Adult Tickets. HIH number of your en- trance ticket. MU IWTIP 9 wHHtitiis OPP i UKbi Prices 60c, 75c and THE GREAT POSITIVELY THE GREATEST AND MOST SENSATIONAL MAGIC PRODUCTION EVER PRESENTED ON ANY AMERICAN STAGE. AXTY I WHERE THEY SHOW COLONIAL THE GREAT BIG PICTURES Days Starting mm. PEOPLE OF ATTENTION! LOOK AT THIS GIRL! biic- is thu sole turvivur uf ;i Lilt nklillon Christian -ffoiucii. She hatl the most terrible .cxpcrlcncc-s, wilnQEscd Ibe mosi lUrorious deeds of bratalily and rape ever conceived by human Hoiuls. By a miracle Ebo lived it all and camo lo America in Lell licr Lo th? Christian world. Tbe story Is tru'hfully dnplclcil In "Auction of Souls" It a absolutely lhe Irulb. Not a motion picture fiction story. Kverv inch or The piclnre 13 an actual as U happened in "RAVISHED AIUIliXIA." Sec convinced. Tlie ManasemenL THE MOST STARTLING EVENT IN THE HIS- TORY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER CITY. If FrtLUTLAND, Teves, Dec, Fifty-six persons Injured, UVD or three probably, whcri part of the third southbound Fort Wcrth dud .Denver pafiscnger train No. 8 lhe rrlls hare taday. Twelve per- tons vvcro seriously hurt, Two ilceping cars, two dny coacheb pud the baggage car were detail- ed by a ailll rall'nnd turned over. A rcltDi train cent from Fort Worth darted back Immediately for that city with the Injured. TNDJANAPOMS, Intl., Dec. for illation charging gj International nml dlF.lrlcL offlccrB of the United .Mine Workers-of America with crim- inal "of court for nllopctl vmlatlnn of the Injiinc-tlon Isjiiicd htro by District Judge Andef- wrr, lyn's tilt'T this afternoon. Cflrj- !na-3 'in r'l'io (.33c3 of (IcTenclanlg in this Jurisdic- tion wcro and nrrcsts Trill be inadc as soori QE jiosslblo, MORE TIME IS GIVEN RUMANIA PARIS, Dec, .supreme taurcif dcelrfecf ted ay to extend the allowed Rumania 'In which to remit a rtply to the Intel t allied note by 7Mi will give Rumania until Dec, 9 lo anvwer council's note, which fixed Dee. 3 ai th- time limit for ori.K, YORKTON MAYOR BY ACCLAMATION YORKTON, 9aak., Dec. II. fllhson, grain merchant, was clec'.eil Fnayor of YprXton by acclamation thfi morning by tho wllhrlTAwal of James hi a Only opponent Starting MONDAY Great Gamble" WEEKLY EPISODES 15 feet from room CO feet la thc> air! Ono of tho grciil Ihrllts In llils raoal of nil ser- ials. 3TAHHINO ANNE LUTHER CHAS. HUTCHISON EMPRESS Commencing TOMORROW For tho Longest Run Ever Any PfcLurc. The harum-pcaruni, Jolllcsl and at times, pathetic character lha'screen is MARY PICKFOR In her second picture from her own studio [urn Successor to "Daddy "Long 10 Mary PickTords yau have never seen. In this Glory of the adv.cnturts o1 n spoiled little hcirecs who goes lo live In the The Picture of 1000 Tonight of DirsLIn Farnum in "A- Man's FinM" and Fatly Arbuckle In "The Puglllit." Given by the S. S. S. Club, Cwldale HAY GROWERS' HALL, COALDALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5th GOOD ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE SERVED NOT MISS A GOOD TIME COLONIAL-NO W PLAYING SPECIAL MATINEE DAILY AT 2.30. EVENING PfcRFORMANCES SHARP AT 7.00 AND 9.00. FIRST TIME HERE OF THE ENTIRELY NEW PEACE EDITION OF DAVID W GRIFFITH'S SUPREME ACHIEVEMENT ALL NEW 'THE SWEETEST LOV t STORY EVER TOLD" Accompanied by Spicially Augmented Symphony Orchestra. Original Mutical Score WITH A CAST OF THE SCREEN'S HOST FAMOUS.STArlS, IHCLUDINO LILLIAN GISH, DOROTHY GISH, ROBERT HARRON, LITTLE BEN ALEX AND- ER, GEORGE SEIGMANN, ROBERT ANDERSON AND A SUPPOnTINQ COMPANY OF OVER TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE. '_______ MONTHS NO BATTLE SCENES. MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE. Dlrvct from Record Bi-Mklng Ene'gtment At the Geo. M..Cohin Theatre, New YArh. 50c Chndren.................. 25c POSVTIVCLY NO SEATS RESERVED AT THESE PHICE3 UNLESS PERSONAL APPLICATION IS E AT COLONIAL OFFICE FOR'SEAT RESERVATIONS IN OF TEN OH MORE..