Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHB1UUGK THUKSnAY. I'KBIU 17, tlt'21 Suicides Rather. TkanBeProvedSpy of Edith Cavell Takes Rat Poison When Fear of Exposure Comes PARIS. Louise Thuritor. a Boljttn school tc-achor irtl Iho insignia ol the of Honor and tho War Cross, durlns tho war. chosun snidfle rather than faeo oxposuro as a spy and a of patriotic it is declared by today's Tho woman, ubout whom rovolvod ono of the most stirring tragedies the vrar swallowed poiisou yesterday u-heu called to appear before u. magis- irate. Madame Thurliw. was associated Edith Cavell. tho Bnglish uursc, ivbo n'is executed by the Ger- mans in Brussels on Octobor 15. and with Countess Johanna Ue who was doomed to die by tho Germans but whoso sontonco u-as commuted through tho intervention of President Wilson. She harsolf was lainn prisoner by tha Germans and was sentenced to death but Kins Al- fonso of Spain made a plea on her behalf and she was reprieved. too tlrod to .unHup.iuy uiio to a .show. all thai "I'inlt TiKhl-r a a foriy-t'iva 'minute estaminet svene ..iili .lade Me- lUue.n the. inobriated sergeant. The produced this stteteh [In France.at the of the war, land it made such a hit with the hoys lover there at thnt time thnt (hey have lieen continually asking Captain Plttn- to present it iu Canada. Turn Mis in "Fame an-l Foitun ot" the veek. viiii; at the for the balauc-t lint Bon Davis, the notary, refuses to bo awed into iitlislng his on the forged will. Dawloy thoreiipon' os'him un hour to leave town, which _ ling hjmself against the lawless elo-1 n.ent which is in control of the- town, j Dawley's haste, in arranging mat-1 ters is due to the oxpoctcd arrival of; Clay llnrjjess, son of the late bunker.! Ho takes chitrgo ot the bunk on tho iVi'.'." airensth of tho spurious document and I decides, to prevent exposure, to have] i Clayton Bnrgess nntrderod as the; simplest method to get hitu out of the j A REC-ORD BREAKER j tWs m, two of his The amateur conies', at Hie- King's men 10 waylay him, but young llurgesa i Theatre last night proied even more I has spent a couple, of yours in visit- 'successful tlmn the iirovious one. i ing tho out-of-the-way corners of the i This is verified by lie ever increasing world and bus been in tight places before-, lie worsts his assailants, killing one, but is severely wounded. From this point tho film is just one gripping scene after another till the final fadeout. [audiences which attend e.iu-h Wednes- day. Everyone should reserve Wed- nesday evenings for our amateur contest which is equal or even belter I than a iilgh class vaudeville show. (Jet We're Go! THE BIG PICTURE EMPRESS-TONIGHT lOc and 40cj Evenings, lOc and 50c. Stupendous Attraction rctkks" Barri) as the boy detective A 'FIRST NATIONAL' ATTRACTION A Riot of Romance and Real if m Routed from the Routine of a Reporter's The Most Astotu'.ilipg. Sensational, Thrilling, Amazing Picture Ever Made "3TAU CAST irv JACK HM.TINX yjk, AT THE COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK, COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT, THURSDAY PINK TIGHTS The Great, Big, Thrilling Circus Story. Other Fine Attractions. EXTRA-FRI. and SAT.-SPECIAL Twice nightly, at 7 and 9. Matinees daily at 2.30, The most vivid story of the high seas ever filmed. JACK LONDON'S GREATEST STORY The Mutiny of n The Elsinore (IN SEVEN ACTS) It Was Eight Bells (midnight by the sea time) AND THE GIRL ON BOARD THE ELS1NORE wa> WAITING for what the morning would bring. SUDDENLY THERE WAS A SHOT IT WAS THE BEGINNING OF THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINORE OIL! Oil is one of the most neces- sary factors of present day existence. It is said that oil will even calm the waters of the angry BUT AH the oil m Texas would not calm the fury of the sturm of human passions in Jack London's mighty sea drama, THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINORE ALL ABOARD S.S. ELSINORE will sail on her regular trip around the Horn. She carries the hardest crew that has ever been shipped, and there Is a beautiful combination always means TROUBLE. It is certain that this will be a DANGEROUS passage. Watch out for "THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINORE." ADDED ATTRACTION Great Double Comedy Event First appearance on any screen in this city of the new comedian who is rocking the world with laughter. There's niuny 4 bird would Ifingh iiself to death if il, had to look at as comical a seuroijrou- as I'ust'jr -Keaton. WE EMPHATICALLY STATE THIS IS THE FUNNIEST FILM EVER SHOWN HERE. MONTGOMERY AND ROCK in "FOOTPRINTS" A Howling Vitagrapb Comedy Riot. SPECIAL Owins tlin IrciiKtudotiij cos( uf tlie .above Hlnnv I'm1 Friday iind Hiiiunlay, it. will lu; inipoHtiiljt'! to stu.C1.: biml Country Ktoni Voilvii Mtfi on Krldny. aim iu Itoop rur ssifti prices us low ;ik pusKiljlo, muJ in r-ahow to you at mini SB ion prices us low ;ik pusKiljlo, muJ in (jnU-r Iu pros" PI, iliin won er-ahow to you at it is ;iUsulnlPly In natt! Country Stoiv for Uii.-t yuii sco UUH .S'MHV, you u-ill ifrt'fe v.-itli us thai. il. Is THE GREATEST SHOW EVER OFFERED HERE AT POPULAR PRICES. Knirhfullv yniirs, LEN S. BROWN, 'Juluniiil NOTE PRICES; Adults 40c; Children 15c Special Saturday Matinee for Kiddies, lOc.