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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIKDAY, FEBRUARY 2.'(, THE LKTFmmnc.K DAILY HKIULD PAGE FIVE ______.-L_____l l -J. - - Thanksgiving Day In Burgess Pass New Jork, Feb. JJ. - "In the name (if American labor, ' Samuel Comport declared today at the idp, patriotic mass j meeting arranged by Mir* American Al-' llance for Labor Hint Immocrm.-y, *'} Hay ; yon can't talk pence with us nor,' - yon . cannot take pari, in the irilcrnaiion.-t] HARRY LAUDER While here Harry Lauder \vi!I give every moment of bin span; limn (o the International Y. M. ('. A., lo npeaklng to Ihc Holdiei'H in tin; cantonment* and telling tli em whit I. their brothers in arms are doing for the common cause of humanity and democracy in France. All this extra labor J;- of his own Kecking, and is otiUrely apart and aepar-ale from any of hi a theatrical, work, i around. Judging ^rom his reception in New York, liis farewell tour promises lo be everywhere a repetition of tliai event-fill week, and in order to further sdg-nallxe the event William Morris, Ms manager has surrounded the comedian Western sport.-1. In addition to 1heHe�long at. it took 11m popular actor lo experts are seven of I he monf fiery bucking bronchos used in the recent Frontier Meet at Cheyenne. Wyo. All of whirl) promises some excitement for those who will view popular Douglas' new photoplav. Cow-boys have do pariii-ulur love for tenderfoot and keep very much to t li cm.se 1 ven when ICust erner.y ;i re When Douglas Fairbanks- arrived at the beautiful Hivernido Ranch in "Wyoming to s'agc Jiis new Artcraft picture, Ihc natives of the plains acted pet into his Wentem outfit, mount his horse, and dash out on the prairie for a wild ride around the new "location." Tn amazement, they watched the "tenderfoot" pick up his hat from the ground while going at full speed, saw him rope a dangerous looking steer and perform other Western tricks. Douglas was in one ofhis many playful moods. When later he leaped upon the. hack of a "backer" and succeeded in remaining there urftil the pony quieted*, the barrier between the nnt-very respectful to him-hut Kept their.! Ives and the visitor was lifted and he distance. This feeling lasted just as ' immediately became "oue of them." conferences. Klther ynn smash your with a vaudeville company that is the autocracy or we will �rmi.-di it for you. Cet out of France, hat s>' American ii-bor, was directed to the workers ot Genua ny. MANY CZECHS TO i FIGHT WITH ALLIES OK one who thinks of Banff as the only place in the Canadian Rockies r for those �who think of summer days playing tennis, .4tTternoon tuaB at the hotels, [bridge and dancea In the evenings, line following (paragraphs may (be- of Interest, i Havius; spent the inuiumer aud fall �In the mountains, snaking my gra fight with the allies numbers Ud.imhi was made at the closing session here i,f the convention of the Slovak League of Am-v rica. It was stated thai, f'/.echs and Slovaks are leaving this country on every available ship bound to Mm war zone. GOVERNMENT PAYS London, Feb. A question �war raised in the house of commons about a report that the relatives of an imperial officer, who died in hospital j here, has been asked by Die wjjr office j to pay � WITH t ELS A RYAN AND ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION,IMCIUIING SCENERY. PROPERTIES AND COSTUMES._ C0AUN{40fRCCT FROM TWO StASOMS AT GLOBE AND LIBERTY THEATRES, NEW YORK, "OUT TN&RC'* grips its ao0/*/vc� and , /r in its Sftt-l ". niw yo�n world. PRICES: to pay the funeral expenses. 'were discernible, another few steps fore my train left., though one bad and the summit is reached,' never as juat passed arid I wondered if T had lone as i live shall that moment be forgotten; looking ahead for the summit I little dreamt of the view behind. Mountains, mountains in all mistaken the time on account of the mountain and PaciHc time, so why leave! 1 sat down on the trail, the night had come, the day was passed As far as the human eye can reach is tin: battlefield strewn here and there wU.h the heroes who have fa!- ! Jen in honor that their country might Victoria, B. C, F .> j New York bombed from the % sky - Submarines discharging torpedoes under water-Zeppelins manoeuvering in action--The "aerial'torpedo" is demonstrated-A whole navy is destroyed In a sea of burning oil. It portrays the three great loves of a woman-the love of a maid for a man, I he Jove of a mother for her child, the love of a woman for her country. "WOMANHOOD THE �tORY O P THE NATION' I ��;��*.�.�� jonc, ha* ry noittir A)"P AM Alt fclAA VI TAG RAM (A&Y TONIGHT-Franklyn Farnum in "The Scarlet Car." It's a Bluebird. Nuf Sed! i LAST TIMES TONIGHT NORMA JALMADGE THE MOTH : v v v v v * > � SIX REELS. A MAGNIFICENT P(C TUBE. DON'T MISS IT. "Karl CaddSck will bo only too glad j to give Joe Stecher a return match this i summer." declares tiono Melada, man- ; ager of the heavyweight, champion. "You tell Stecher," he said to news- j paper men in Omaha, "that we will be i tickled to deatli to wrestle him. We j would like to arrange for the match to i be held out of doors, so that everybody can see it. Undoubtedly a Caddock-Stecher match would prove the world'.1; j biggest atheltic event, and there is not ! a building large enough to adequately j accommodate the crowd-." THE WORLD FAMOUS CHERN1 VSKY TRIO LEO JAN MISCHEL CHAMPION CANAD1ENS DEFEATED BY VETERANS VIOLINIST PIANIST CELLIST Quebec, Feb. 22.-After an inter- = esting match at the local arena last, night, playc-d* for the benefit, of the � Iced Oofs fund, the Quebec learn, consisting of last year's players, defeated ; i the champion Canadians, 4 to n. The Quebec club had "Moraii, Hall, Mum- i mory, Ritchie. Mnlono, McDonald and I Crawford, while the Cauadicns camo � dowii^with itieir regular 1017 team. I SEAFORTH GETS AWFUL DRUBBING ACCOMPANIST, ALEX. CZERNY. WILL APPEAR IN FAREWELL AMERICAN TOUR OF THE JOLLY A WoodsLpck. Out., Feb. 2;t.~ln the first rouiul of the semi-finals the Sea-i'onii juniors were defeated by a score of 17 to ;j by the local juniors here last night. IN KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Thursday, February 2 OTTAWA TERRIER CLEANS UP AT N. Y. HAARY LAUDER AND HIS SON, CAPT. JOHN LAUDER, wro was killed in France. Harry Lauder will appear ar the Wesley ^hurch next Monday night only, Feb. 2Tdh. There will not be any matinee appearance. New York, Feb. 23. - Haymaker Faultless, the bull terrier owned by R. H. Iilliott, of O ttawa, which swept all before him In his own breed on Thursday, returned to the ring of the ! ! Westminster Kennels Club Show at � Madison Square Garden yesterday to 1 de-feat the best terriers of all breeds that went ugaimU him in two variety! classes.  AT 8.30 P.M. UNDER AUSPICES OF THE CHOIR Prices $1,00 to any part'of the auditorium. Children under 15 years, 50c. Tickett now on sale at Robertson