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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, to the mt'inbors ami tho papers) MANAGER'S NOTE ri'pii'M'nUMl illttcusml. Tho in booking "Dcnort Xauo i itK'otiiitf uC (hy iivsociiilUm wMl be Croy'n }unvurful story, dtnwimli'il in LKiniT In Soptt-mber iu i-onjuiu-la mret'nlMK. uuil can trul'i- Demers Appeals For (jeneral Election in Neur Future with (hat of tliu ciixulallon inaii- 'uKers of Uic papers. Ar.ionR Uu1 advertising maituKors altemliift; worn U'. itussell, VhiieouviT Prov- iiiK-e; .1- Torrance, Lethbrliltcn IK'raUl: U. JJ. n'Kslorru. Winnipeg Kroe Fn.o AV. M. Campbell, Calgary Alb-nan; K. .M. Klliott. Saskatoon! Sun-; K. llnuikov, Winnipctr Free, j Press; Kilinontou j Journal: Manly. Winuipes Trl- tlniiio; A. Iv Funi, ami 1 Horuhi, fully say ttutt it in Mr. Urvy's est work, anil wo run heartily rocom- l U us by I up one of many pi ivhk'h will with the up- pnmil and endorsement of tlio Km- prt'ss put roiis. TI1K KMIMlh'SS MANAtJKMKXT ---Advertisement. OTTAWA, Feb. motion of tiic prime min- ister in the this ai'ti'numn. ihu namo of S. S. McIVrrnaml Kl-( was to the standing cum- initleo un agriculture innl fohtimu.- linn. Sir O.'ortfe Foster hitrodiR-pd H hill to amend tho Trade Mark it tin Ik'sicii Act. The ubfci'i of the Mil i? to make ii possible for Canada to adhere 10 tho intoriKitionul eonveutinii for the pro- tection of propertv adopted iu C. 11. Harrison (Niiiisslitu i then con- riir.i.-d the ou tlio address. He I his yi-ur v.-a-- last just a> he was when, as miniver of hibniv h-> pnnuisi'd (irumi Trunk employees? in ihat they would have iheir positions back. rnemploymt-in. intuiraiu'e. Mr. Ilar- rbou ought to ho ed by leKihUuiuu. Very ivorkmoii after all wen; aide to provide against sirkiiess and the failing lipaKh inevitable in their later years. drew iiUontiuii to the uict ihuL th'1 Commission headed -by Mr. Jus- tice Mathers of Winniveir- as well the special parliamentary i-omnntlee whicii the commission's report, were agreed en the advisahi! iiy of national unemployment insur- itiK-f. Mr. Harrison hoped that somn iTovision would' lie made in this di- rection. .I. Demera (St. Johns-Iliorville'i de- hired that a general election was in- pvitalile in Hie very near futuix-. He asked the government to abandon its "old bluff" ahout the Liberal opposi- tion not wanting an election. It should go to the iwimry at once and it .would meet with the defeat which ir deserved. Tlio appointment of Mr. Meigheu to the pott of premier was keenly re- sented by a large population of the people of Canada. Mr. Demers added. SIR ROBERT BORDEN IS STILL IN BED FROM BAD FALL IN HALL OF FAME OTTAWA, Peb. Cana- dian Robert Borden is still confined to his bed suf- fering from the effects of a heavy fall which he sustained while walking -through the Hall of Fame to the parliamentary lib- rary. It is stated that the former prime minister will be able to resume his parliamentary duties within the next week or so. PICTURESQUE TEAGOWN OF WHITE CHARMEUSE The bountiful 1'oldrf of white char- Misi' land uuii'h distinction to this simply fashioned teuKuwn. It is a, j sleeveless model for the anus are slipped through straight slashes cut tin-the silk. A very hamlsomo j of tho is draped about the' neck and front to form a rolling rol- j lar. This is lined with Krencli blue j j-aiiti which shows effectively on tlie sides where it fulls in exquisite folds. I A deep band ot tbe white c. Ha run; use. i tMiL-ircIes tho back of tho jiown. At i the sirtes arc some beautiful flowers in delicate pustei shades set oft" witli brillJant, green foliage. ADVERTISING MANAGERS OF WESTERN CANADA ORGANISE CALGARY, Feb. a result of Cessions held in Calgary Monday and Tuesday the Western Canada "Daily Newspaper Advertising Managers' as- sociation was organized, With C. L Spencer, of the Calgary Herald as president, and W. C. Rupsell of tho Vancouver Province, as secretary- treasurer. Various matters import Zane Grey's Most Powerful And Thrilling Stoi OPENING AT EMPRESS TODAY is One of the most remurkublH anil! liuest picturesVJf the season is that) ot Zane Grey's opens at the popular Kmpress today i for a four-day engagement. 'Desert iCioUI.'" says Mr. Grey, "is my best work, and tUo plrotoplay is far more than I'anticipated. The producer lias I put the trutlf-of 'Desert Gold' on the screen. My ideas, my wishes, even i my hopes have been realized." E. K. Lincoln takes the leading role, and I is supported'by an all-star cast which I i includes KUeen Percy. Itussell Simp-! son, Arthur .Morrison. Margery Wil-" son. Frank Brownlee. and nmny other i -welt-known stars. The story runs from the sun-sloped mountains to the bare desert. The out-door scenery f is remarkable as as the action I and effects, which all go to make jZane Grey's "Desert Gold" the. most powerful as .well as one of the real I Other feature attractions will be Harold Lloyd, In one of his fast- moving laugh-makers, "High and iu which Lloyd is seen at his best. The latest Topics of the Day, land an all-Canadian scenic will lie shown, together with a specially-ar- ranged musical program, will top oft the show that will be remembered for a. loug time by all who see it. SMASHING DRURY LANE MELO- DRAMA "THE HOPE" AT COLONIAL TODAY AND THURS. I Toulglit lind Thursday at (lie Cu- 1 Ionia! Theatre, local theatregoers u'ill be given un opportunity of wit- nessini; thy tremendous soroen ver- sion or [he famous Drnry ljune melo- drama "The Hope." An t-arthquake in which the houses are seen tumbling into the rift in an Italian street and an English Derby v.-ith sM'.inniu? crowds of fashionably dressed people and a thrilliugly rea- listic horse race mark tho high spots iu tile spectacular production of. the spectacular melodrama, "The Hope." "The Hope" is one of the most ela- borate productions that have been attempted ou the silver sheet and it exercises a gripping effect on the audience. I All the tricka the business ot writing melodrama have beeu 'em- ployed by the authors, Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton, to wring the last drop of dramatic appeal out of a situa- tion. And the dramatic situations pile one upon the other with amazing rapidity. The picture moves with a pace that sweeps the spectators along in breathless expectancy. It's a melodrama, frank and un- ashamed. But not naked. As a matter of.Jact it's clothed with Injurious dis- regard of expense. The eye is filled with vivid pictures of life in England, India and beau- tiful landscapes and magnificent in- teriors. INTRODUCED MAN SHE HAD JUST MET AS HUMAND Blineht Swttt't "Visitors or no visitors." svtd Uluncho Sweet, "I'm not noing to bed without my kin." Anil sho llttcd her face to Edwin Stevens, who had known her for about ten minutes, hul i" that nhort tlmo he had luicome "Her Cnwllliuj Husband." Why, he did not know. He- only knew that he had idoil to surprise MUI urn friemi with a visii, hati ar- rivo! on tho edge of a storm, found only a pretty girl at home., and had been introduced to Albert Kosooe. a .new arrivel, an "My husband, Mr. j Lenox." It was all very and trying to a bashful bachelor to so suddenly have matrimony thrust up- on him. but when a invlty girl whisp- ers pleadingly in your ear. "I need I von! Help who can refuse'.' U was also very surprising to tho other man. Only a shorl time before she had been liis wife. She bad broken the engagement because of a fancied uuworthiuess. Ho had MOOSE LODGE PUT ON BENEFIT PERFORMANCES During the showings of the great Drury Lane melodrama "The Hope" at the Colonial today and Thursday, tile boys of tile Moose lodge, will take a baud In the proceedings, in tbe way of their special benefit performances. A big time is promised everybody who sees the show at the Colonial either today or tomorrow. THERE'S ONLY ONE SMASHING BIG FIRST RUN MELODRAMA IN TOWN TODAY AND THURSDAY AND IT'S AT THE COLONIAL OF COURSE THE TREMENDOUS, CYCLONIC DRURY LANE RACING MELODRAMA "THE HOPE" SEE The Terrific Italian Earthquake. The Flood. The Thrilling Derby Races. The Indian Pageant. And the thousand and other thrills. T.3W ii1-. -rm; SiW CASl HOPE- want to emphat- ically state that never before in the history of motion pic- tures in this city has a photo- dnuiia been offered you which for sheer realism and dramatic effect ran equal "THE HOPE." On the mon- ster stage of the London Drury Lane Theatre "The Hope" created-a si-nsalion ami ran for an entire season. On screen it is littlr, short, uf a melodramatic masliM-pioi'e. LEN S. BROWN A FUND YOUR MONEY. IS THAT FAIR ENOUGH? WE WILL CHEERFULLY RE- ADDED ATTRACTIONS "PIRATE last episode; Screen Snapshots; New, Weekly, and Comedies. COME OUT TONIGHT WITH THE MOOSE LODGE BOYS AND HAVE A BIG TIME Prices: Matinee. 40c; Nights 50c. Children lOc. come with new proof of his Inuocenco fouuil her murrleit. But llie foruod hUHlwnd the to days In thu houwv-tlio only one on tho The myster- and highly amuslBK thluts thmt happen in ''Her unwill- ing Husband" make this Jeswi Hunptou-l'aihp feature, abowinc to- day and Thursday ihu Kings Thoa- Irn cue or tho most entertaining ot Hlancho Sweet's pictures. While just a bit rUqiic, it ui'vor offonils Rood tllB'.S. RECORD BBEAKX.-C WEEK END SHOW AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Oet ready for ono of the bigKCst wook-enrt shows ovor seen In this or any other fity. It's i-oniing with a hung to the Colonial Theatro on Fri- day anil Saturday this week, and if you huvo anj douht about tho verac- ity of this statement juat glance over the following attraetions jirry Semon, the comedy in his very latest comedy sensation "The Head ;i comedy which hus been condemned' by the officials ot the grouch letfw. Another of tfec treat Mounted Po- llen Timber will add pep lo the ihow, and for meaiuru tlm diow win lopped tig wilh. the ilMH'lal nix act fuaturti "Two KlnUe of a ult ttnr can, riil.r wllh im will poaltlvely Country Store Vodvll Nile, when '.Man- ager Utn Hrown proinliieii tho ijepiiloil event of Iti kind SEASON'S BIGGEST EVENT n Performance 'Only -Tues. Mar. 8 TODAY: KINGS ITHURS, EXTRA SPECIAL! AMATEUR CONTEST TONIGHT.... THIS IS BANNER WEEK! YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THIS ONE. IT'S A TREAT. BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY. ALSO A ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Rex Beach and Samuel Goldwyn Present "Out of the Storm" BY GERTRUDE ATHERTON. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN'S MERRY COMIC WITH 65 epu.i9ln.-Sjr QQCmSTRPi anS" i "KUDDfGOBE IS THE BEST SHOW 7 SAW JN My in the Wew said: ISA GEYSER Of and .Mail Orders now accepted if accompanied by money order, cash, or cheque, and stamped addressed envelope for return. SPECIAL As this attraction is unquestionably Ihn finest musical show we shall get this season. I respectfully urga Majestic patrons to immediately take advantage o; the mail order system of gemrlug reservations. Orders will he filled in the order in which they are received. UEN S. BROWN, Manager, .Majestic Theatre. FODAY EMPRESS OFF AGAIN WITH ANOTHER BIG ONE Picture Sensation of the Year HIGH AND DIZZY Prices 10c and 40c. ;