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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE T.pmrPf TTiP-F HERAJD tm Alberta Accepted a Hchool alrl. the daughter ot a liiacitamlth, who, beeaun of eood lookt aid nrcet voice It Uw of family. She aceepta lac- rlfleea of her parents and alitart, and when ft vliltor from New York offers to tend her abroad to hare her volro trained aha leaves home with no rerreti. After many dramatic Anally reachea the noal of her ambi- rmtlon of tue Btar role in a fnnl IB New Ywfc. Bw aumbhv home wd tutUy ten. Then a IrMDMdoui eko Ike loaa ot Hw trlendi akd advlnra letn Mr irwt IMll at laM. Itamlnmt la the start MMtrt' Robert Andvnon. WUlfcun filter ford. Rudolph. Valentino. JBmily CW- chMUr, Mn. lUrfwtt Mary Dtn CrtiUBlu, ROM flora, Frank KMoU. oriflta. Bam tod uuy atb> era. POSTAGE STAMPS council oil February 7. MRS. M. H. MICHAUD DEAD ED3IUNSTON, N: B., Jan. Mary Herbert Mic.ha.ud, wife of Pius Jlichatid, federal member of parlia- ment for Madawaska, (lied this morn- iug after an illness of more than two years. She was 47 years o.f age. INGERSOLL FIRE CHIEF DIES SUDDENLY Ont., Jan, Ouief li. A. Sutherland died at mid- night Saturday from.'; henibrrliage of the brain. He "was stricken about an hour while 6n; bis way era. INJURED SECTION LABORER SUES C. P. R. FOR REQINA, .Jan. action for was entered in the court of king's be'ach against the C. P. R. by counsel for John Babbs, of Earl (Jrey., In his statement of claim Babbs declares that whilo he was working as .a.laborer with, a sec- tion for the C. P. R. at Earl Grey last July, 'ho suffered injuries One of the most unusual romances ever conceived, by an author is pro- sented in Allan Dwan'3 production of; "A Splemlid Harold Mac- vigorous narrative of love and'. buried treasured- It presents in true, perspective the transitory influence of infatuation as opposed to the solidity and permanence of love that springs from sympathy, understanding, and sincere affection. Seven Stars Take Roles In Splendid Hazard" A cast of .exceptional strength !s seen in "A Splendid which will be the feature attraction ;at the Empress theatre "for three days, start- j ing today. No less than seven play-1 ers who have achieved screen stardom j make their appearance in the produc- j tion. Heading the cast is Henry B. Wal-.j thall, one of ihe screen's most popular j character actors; Rosemary Theby, erstwhile star of serial thrillers and dramatic features; Norman Kerry, who has played opposite many of the screen's foremost stars; Ann Forrest, who has been featured in a number of special productions; Thomas Jeffer- son, well known for his character por- trayals; -Philo McCulIough, and Joseph Dowling, whose "Miracle Man" is still vivid in the minds ot all, aro other characters. "A Splendid Hazard" adapted from the widely-read novel of that name by Harold MacGrath. It Is an Allan Dwan production, presented ,byj the Mayflower Photoplay Corporation! through the First National Exhibitors' Circuit Also Booth Tarilnjton's comedy scream, "Edgar's FAMOUS LAWYER RECOGNIZED AS ESCAPED CRIMINAL A house party at the home of Judge Wray was interrupted list night by .the police seeking John Steele, a famous lawyer, who WM recognized by Jack Ronsdale as or" Burke, an escaped criminal, j Steele ,was snot at while leaping from I an upper balcony, but he escaped un- i der cover of the darkness. j Ten years ago "Sailor" Burke, a I prize fighter, was convicted of mur-1 der and given n life sentence By Judge Wruy. While crossing the bay be escaped his guard and jumped off: j the ferry. As he was manacled, he f was given up for drowned. Later, when Judge Wray and his family took nn' ocean trip, Burke was J discovered on board as a stoker. The j shin sauk at sea and Judge Wray's young daughter, Jocelyn, was saved by Burke, who was not among the survivors. j Juat whqre Burke has spent the i intervening years and how he ob- i taiued the knowledge of law that has i made him such a prominent member, of the bar is puzzling the police and his friends, who knew nothing of his past. The accusation came on the eve of tho betrothal of Jocelyn Wray to Mr. j Steele. Miss Wray denies having any knowledge of hia whereabouts, and said that she believed her. fiancee in- nocent of the crime. The end of the story will be told on the screen of the Phoenix theatre tonight, where the Robert Thornby j special feature, "Half is showing.. It is an adaptation of Fred-; eric S. [sham's novel, produced by I home. He vv-as in 56th' J which..have perniaEeutly iiicapacitat- liad resided here for-69Jyeslrs..' ed him. MWMrlaf In "Once to Every at the Colonial today. PHOENIX The Picture House of Quality. TONIGHT A VIRILE-PULSED DRAMA ACHANCI Hamilton, and lallian Ricto From, the novel kfy Frederic S. HE FOUGHT FOR A woman's honor, and his own place In the sun. He had fought back frorn the sodden depths to society favor. He was a he-man who made his half a chance, a whole pne. A POWERFUL PLAY OF LIGHTNING CLIMAXES AND STRONG HEART PULL. Added attraction. "THE comedy! PATHE NEWS, and MUTT A JEFF. PRICES FOR'ABOVE SPECIAL Nights MatlnaM 2Se; Chll. dren 10c. He Took a Million to One Chance You can't help admiring courage bf a man who will stake his life on a forlorn Henry B. Walthill will itrr you to tha depths as the man who defied all to balk him. One of the Most Unusual and Finished Productions EMPRESS THREE DAYS, COMMENCING TODAY 10c and'4Oe. have served my purpose" JUST PURE ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS FASCINATINQ PLAY An ALLAN DWAN Production Hazard' Presented by Mayflovnr Photoplay made "The Miracle Man" and Law of the Yukon." Harold MacGralh'a extraordinary ratory of Quix- otic bravery, love, burled ghatto. Intrigue, and thrilling adventure. Directed by ALLAN DWAN. Also BOOTH comedy scream, "EDGAR'S HAMLET' COLONIAL TODAY.TUESDAYaiHlWEDNESDAY Matinees Daily at at 7 and 9 sharp. THE SEASON'S FINEST DRAMATIC ATTRACTIOr -THE PICTURE OF YOUR DREAMS OFFER? Doixmiy PUILLIPS N WHAN UNIVERSAL-JEWEL SPECIAL PRODUCTION IT WILL TUG AT YOUR HEART- STRINGS AND TAKE YOU BACK TO "HOME SWEET HOME" IT'S THE GREATEST'MOTHEB.LOVE' STORY EVER WRIT-TEN THE MIGHTY METROPOLITAN f OPERA HOUSE IS REPRODUCED IN ALL ITS GRANDEUR. Just a Long Time is a play produced that lingers forever In tha memories of tHale who It.: Juit once in a long time is picture presented that you want to tee dozen times. Just once.In i lifetime do you see re- produced with all thi realism of life itself, a story that alternately makes you cry for sheer joy and then imlle to chase the. away. Such picture la "ONCE TO EVERY 'WOMAN." With OperaticOrchestral; A c c o m paniment, Artistic Scenic Pro- logue, and Heart Appealing Vocal Solos During the Screening of the play by Company of Soloists. Notice to Colonial Patrons I STAtE IN'ALL SINCERITY THAT "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" IS A PLAY 'THAT I'-'AM PRESENT TO MY PATRONS. IT 18 WONDERFUL. THE CHIEF CENSOR AT EDMONTON ADVISES ME THAT IT IS ESPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR LADIES AWD CHILDREN BY ITS WONDERFUL APPEAL TO THE BEAU- TIES AND CHERISHED MEMORIES OF "MOTHER-LOVE." LEN 8. BROWN. PRICES- ADULTS 50 CENTS 25 CENTS ;