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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LETKFRIUGE DAILY HBRALS? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, i930 URNUM RECITES STIRRING POEM IN "IF I WERE AT THE PHOENIX1 ON MON, ting by Fox Star Thrills Justin Huntly McCarthy Into Euthus- laitle Praise Oce of the most interesling and Ia HuaUy Me- j bright variety offerings vrlll mart! Monday and Tuesday's Hippodrome vaudevllie shows at the Colonial theatre as among the best of the. season. Haynes and Frederick, a team of real coaiedians will be Been in their sensationally tunny roller skating uovelty act .Laughs ami more liugbi are lha big. items of this act, which la said to te one of the year's biggest bits In vaudeville. Chet clever chap will -cifier his original cohiedy 'car- tooning set. He draws cartoons of celebrities with marvelous speed, and is that is which Villon, the vagabond poet, tells in verse what .uie Mtui William Fes has made from tho play which William Farnum comic pictures. Cave'aud Penny in a snappy varie- ty act, embracing singing, dancing, Utklpg whistling and musical novel-j J will furnish minutes ot real I fen. Coburn and momentous who remember the play wil at Villon recites'his'verse effectively, portrays the character of Those recall that in-the presence of Louis XI. in the Fircone-Tavern, whither the king has gone in disguise to' learn sonielhiOK of the estimation- in which he is held by bis people. The verses Recited by William Farnum as Villon follow All French whereso'er'ye love your soil and sand. From'.Paris io tbe Eretoa sea Mind tack again to'Norman str Forsooth yVseem .silly band. shepherd, left toj j Par otherwise.our Fatherland j U .Villon pera the King of France! The figure OB the ibroce you sea JB nothing but, a puppet 'jljnned wear -the regal 'Of.', silken coat'and gilded wand. Not.Bb we" Frenchmen understand .Tho Lord of Lion's heart and .'And such an one would lake com; maud If Villon were the King oi France. .'His counsellors are rogues." perdie' "While1 men of Iioacat mind are han ;ned To' creak -upon the gallows tree in orermann'd; "We want a chief tbo. brand And bid damned Burgandians dance. the orjuainiiiu should If Villon' the King of France! Louie the LitCle plat the grand, fiuffet.the foe with sword and lance; JTIs would happen, by this hand, If Viifoa irere -the Kiiig of Irance1 merry meiers, will drive their novel act. They fur- nish plenty of laughs, and vlil liven up tho whole-show- "Miss a fine dramatic ture with Virginia Hammond in the' iille role will top the pictures bill, and with another of the beautiful Prisma color pictures, a fine comedy, and fin excellent orchestral concert by Bereaford's orchestra, the whole be right up, to the d, I Famous Resort Aids infifcl -KatherinelMacDoiiald. will be seen .at the Empress theatre In "Passions adlpted from "The j Guest3 of by. G. N.. and A. Willianjsou. MACHAffTRISE TO FAME CITY AND- DISTRICT Funeral of Late Rebt. Donald The remains of Robert Donald, who O in .Calgarj-. on tYlday will be for- to Felterly's parlors Sunday night and. the Junvral will be on Mda- day. Mrs.' Carl'- was'to her honeymoon at the cf her fathert- .death. Mr. Donald has resided In Lethbrldga for': dfer ten years before': hi; removal to Cal- gary, v v Sunday Meeting (he damage remains i Births, Deaths, Funerals ilrtht, Dtaths, of Thanks, In In column it 10 cento par Mitt, each Itwertlen, 50c, MX- In id BORN Mr. J. F. Davidson, at the Gait Hospital, Decem 18th, a daughtcr.- DIED Calgary, December Athens' Greeks Make Demons! rations Against His Royalists Traitors Dec. When'the news ol the embarkation Venice of "tbe former King ConsUn- tlno of :Greece aboard tho crjlser Averdff Qa.hla way to'Athens, became known Here, ;the Greeks of Conrtan- ttactile manifeiled. their siring f eel- linage' remains sre nt Fetterly's parlors raised to the amount of !16 The ac- Funeral announcement appear in cuaed created Quite a OererMou !Q the Honda) s paper car, tlxrenientUE to Ihror, the motor- j mao otr> :i FUNERAL In same court Frank Basiian] funeral of Mrs John uOuiiu, asu no years.jmg agaigst In'a clamor- ous demonstration which culminated lir street fighting. Those friendly to CoHBtantiue were so roughly handled that t allied' rail Uary police were compelled to .intervene. Crowds par- ailed streets tinging thb Venlie- list anthem, acclaiming the allied of- lictrs and- shouting derisive epithets at Greek whom they called The remains will he forwarded to Lsthbrldga by the Sunday evening traiu. Funeral will take place Mou- daj- afternoon Rev.' Captain Deuoon will officiate. Interment in tho public cemetery. 654 Friday, Dec, .17, Her- Sketth, aged 3o jears The by the, city police, and is held on the from them kfid ton them to The Incidents continued for several koura, much to kurvrtsa of tbe al- lied policemen, who were unable to maintain titter', 'DOtwltbatudlnjs tho fact that they menaced tbe' crowds with their swurtis and reroW- era, 'I f "A DtnwnitrailM A crowd created a ileinoutra- tlou in froiit of ot the cx2Hary jifesloo. It at- tempted to. break Urt ten for tbe declared parfow rt ing Col. Couib, cblrl Of Uw'Btolon, who dan not appear fubllc be- cause tit tbraaU him, Tha crowd Col. Couite as German spy. The crowd pro- ceeded to roftlw RoyallBt piuer wricked tbe build- ._- ._ tnacitestatioBi' termioatea at a lata tionr last night with the VeolzelUt general, -Ybuannou, commmcder of tho The mob-snatched the gtitora' half of Smyrna arwy, heiBX oatrtod- the tirwts by a mek wWcb acclaimed tie fonwr Pre- mier YeulwlM. A dsjiotatlon of Qreekx bare len tot met to offer M. Venlwlos pretcnU an appreciation of the deep gratttude. of the Ormks living in Turkey for work la week with picture funs., "Tho Jailbird" is a picture that compai-es favorably with the four preceding stories in which be has bseri starred. Doris May is his leading woman. Star in "The Jailbird" Has Had Meteoric Screen Career i Da gbas Mac .Lean, who Is tho star c Paramouut picture "Tho Jail- rfctTira Jus- tbal -is .fledare'd 'I could almost believe I vas Ing Wiinam: Fa rimm's Voi ce." feUASSY VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY Comedy roller skating, tunefnVma- eical acts, clever cartooning ,.and a Thonias H. Ince production, which will be'the feature. attraction tho. Empress theatre on Monday neil, can_boast ot a more meteoric career than any-other screen star. Starting on the. few >ears ago, Mac Leon played iti sup- port of Jane Grey( Obve Til! Marjor le Aambeau, Maude Adams and. Mar garet Angliu Stnce-his entrance Jnto pictures, he has played opposite Mary Pickford, JSnid Bennettj- Dorothy 'Dai- ton' Vivian Martin and Alice Brady. His: ftrat starring "T.wenly- three and a Halt Hours' Lfiaw made such a tremendous hit that it was unl versally accorded a piacs with.-'a lial: leading o the year 'Since his appearance in tha picture Mac Lean has been a favorite Ottawa Tells SoTiet Representa- tive ihe Trade JjTost Make Own Arrangements Salvation Army. Christmas Tree One of the'principal events pfflho coming Christmas' season, especially for the young be held ta the large hall of the Saltation Army Cilndel on Monday .night, Dec.. S7th, when Santa. Clans will give from', the largo Christmas tree, useful presents tp all the Sunday school children A good of .drills, recitations, songs and duets will be giiec All are specially avent. invited to this great IN MEMOR1AM In 'toying memory oi my flear'molh- died Dec..19th, 19lS, age 65 years. forever remembered for what she hath; donci Inserted by her lorine SOB, James BRITISH STEAMER .SENDS OUT AN SOS CALL) MONTREAL. JDec. a heavj hct and her hatch combings the IN MEMORIAM Tn loving memorj' of our dear moth- er Janet Millar Ramsay, who passed awjj' December 19th, 1918. The pearly gates'were opened, The .Master's voice said So-'with farewells unspoken, She calmly entered horn e. Her loving daughter, Ann id. awash dne ot finance with regard to facilities forjed up at Cape Race lureless stallonitweenj Mitchells Town, county Cork opening up trade between Can ad a that the steamer and, Galbally, countj Limerick, was Rus ia A government credit Is sought Queeni Louise had been directed by officially announced today Two sol similar to what was granted fo some to go to the assistance of diero were two others other European countries T Nothing came ot the interview It OTTAW4, Dec Montreal ren-' reientative of tte soviet mission in London has interviewed the minister moruii? the vessel MOHE SLAUGHTER 'OCCURS-IN IRELAND DUBLIN, Dec ambushing of two nailitar> lorries yeslerdav be- made clear that no obstacle is jThe annual report of the Canada imposed .nponr Canadian .trade with -Iron Foundries, "Idinlted, for .twelve the disposition ot go% Imontis to Sept 30, to he submitted to eminent is to It wholly with the 'shareholders In advance of tho an trade and not to Intervene It Canadian nual meeling ot Januan 24th next, to trade tlie Gliows earnings against soviet they, can do .so, but the govern- 943 for andhalter ment does not propose to left available for ohidend credits. purposes. wounded in.these affairs, Constable Killed DDBL1N, Dec. CoustaMe Shannon was: killed and a sergeant was wounded by armed: men who at- tacked the constables while they were, on; patrol .last evening, at Swanllnbar Til'age, count} Cavan, Another con E table, was armed men visijed, his The military, made three arrests. GRAND CALGARY THEATRE MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Dec. _ 20th, and 22nd. Popular Prices Matinee Wedneiday Trans-Canada Limited and Mr Percy Totehiien, Prtatnt Bv Amngtment w_rth the Estate rf Qettrge Ednardw, Lenchm, The Maid of the, Mountains ?ook by Frederic Lonriale Lyrica by Opt Harry Srahwn. Music by riarold Fraser Slmpton, F. Clifford Valentine and Jamet W. Tate. PRICES. Evening Er.tlre Lower Floor Balcony, firtt rows balance Second four rowt, bilince ice MATINEE Entire Lower Floor KM; Balcony, flrrt flve rowi EO, balance 51-00, second Balcony, firtt rows 75c, Balance 60o Orders be accompanied by Exprew or Port vOffice Money Order made payable to Theatrea, LttnHed. Self- stamped envelope must bs enclosed or tlcketa will be held at Box Office. BOX PFF1CE SALE NOW OPEN MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED CURTAINS. S MATINEE 2 r It Is requested that will be in their ceaU by 8 anfl 2 as the Interest of the play commences with the lof the curtain c r NEXT MON. L. j j. y A Magnificent Screen Version of Justin Huntley McCarthy's Stage Success and Novel- (wkhov's tribute HE COULD ALMOST BELIEVE I WAS HEARING WILLIAM, VOICE." JUSTM KOMliV MtCAlfcjrf "But the tritun'ph pf the film was Win. interpreta- tion of the pai-trfof1 Francois Villon. ras-' cality, pas- sion, tragedy, playe'd in their turn upon his facej'so eloquent in that I could I was hearing WifiiiJinV ;Farnum's i vpice." Justin Huntly McCarthy A HISTORICAL PAGEANT WRAPPED IN GORGEOUS SPLENDOR jANp'.'LAVISH- WITH, CrsT, THE si6RY orA VAGABOND POET WHO SAVED THE DAY FOR FRANCE Staged with ail the lavishness of a William Fox superproduction and illuminated by the wonderful portrayal of the world's greatest abler and an equally capable cast The riot- ous and precarious days of France under Louis XI. are vividly re-enacted on the screen. REGULAR PRICES Giving all an opportunity to see the Great- est Screen Star in His Greatest See Him at The in all his coming SPECIALLY SELECTED MUSIC Hours of 1.30, 3.30, 5.30, and 9.30 V Attend the Matinee and avoid the Even- ing Rush Last Time Tonight-Shirley Mason in GOMEDY; ant Man" ;