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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNK 7, IJA1LV PAGK MVE WASHINGTON. Junt tln F. Ryan, preildent ot the Bro- therhood of Railroad Carmen, has revoked charttr ol two local unions or thai order at Winning snd D third at Edmonlsn, II innounced al American lion ot Labor headquarters, on ground that action of their mem- ber> In appropriating money (or vrganlilng the One Big Union which has led lo strikes now pro- gressing'In Western Canada, li a dlgregard of union laws. Olhar htadi of International unlona are said lo be preparing slmlUr affsotlng thoir Drifts. tor ll.o tcyoen from.ut Cml bhiws lisclf. The picture per- e n character and a Lfllcl (or tla ilriinntlc N'aiimovn is in actress o! nnlqua aud original talent, she Is us woman of a tliousiud moods and her art Is as jrsul In llEbt tantasllo or wLlnlslcal momonl.i as it 14 In the heavy drama tor nbli'L Is Inm- ed. "ON "SCREEN AND STAGE tar of "Out of the Fog" Achltvoe Her Greatest Triumph at the- Empress Monday ATSTARLAM) FRANK KEENAN'S FIRST PATHE PLAY HAS STKOHG STORY In "Loaded Dice" It is belie-Vfd Frank Kecnan, the I'lilnc uct'jr. Iia3 Ione or IJie o[ Ills 1 photoplay career- In it he plays ai Dart of Ho klBj In whk-h. he I that of a strong an'l masterful uiau I who accomplishes his ambitions ro I of ill opposition. "J.oede4 ras written br KllErr H. Clark. jton -Mr. Keenan on the si-reen will at once appreciate the suitability ot bis vigorous Jicrsouility to such a part. "I-ondod Diet" will lie ill Slarland again UiulslK. TLo story uf "Mlfi. of Iho Cabbage 1'uti'li" Is sr> hnoMii that it requires no comriu-nt It Is juClfclrul lu say iliai dainty MarEUfrlto durfc ajiiwars In this classic-. AlHi: itli-c M Ktnr li-.nd on patrons will receive the treat of thv atason. Buiiremo -itar uf Btsse, has acutove.l an adrtcil Irlumph In latest screen producllon. "Out ol ilio wlilch--.vlll be shown ni the Ihcatru ou Juno 9lll for ft AT COLONIAL MONDAY. TUESOAY AND WEDNESDAY Greatest Film Show Will Thfl Second In the second, tale you see the Man of Meu, iho h'jwoU'-Nazarent, walking arnons and tearhtnE His people. You see Him tcji-hing Ills law, the w of love and always klrvl tolerance. You see Him fall bi-fore Ihe lish ot the lloruau You see Him perish on Cros> ot Calvary. Third Story The third story Is in France In the Mlilille Ages. You maj- iiincence of the ton" i.f Charles IX; you 5ec Ihe feilivitles in the ilioie in honor of BIB le'.rothil of Catholic princess. Marguerite ol Vat- ois. and inn Proteslsnl prince Henry uf Navarre. Our heroine. Ilrowti Kye.', her as eel- heart, aud her family viEi'. Krant-u tu fft- thoie celebrations. llrowu Eyef. tin- little Huguenot maiileu. is one of the victims taught n. ILIO trap. A Catholic friend on Ihe other siclo of Ihe town fives her snei-llicart tha iilgeji of fafely distinguish the from tho I'ToTeslants. lie rushed wildly Ihruugb Lhe tum- ultuous streets in un attempt lo ssve her. while tho and her father u-re Ihrco day engagement. Tills ploy It money uick. llovff.1 tnere ia ng OoJ. I'Mcrupulous slKliElh tlie rtcmll by Dominion Kiprecs Monr-y! barricaded In their !lttlo home. The Fourth Slory The fourlh stoci' Is placed in llaliy- Ion. at the lime Uelsliazzar, {oMen ruling lor his father Na I uonlduj. Nabouldus a lover of jtice and religious lo'eratlon. On Ihls jccouul 'he welcomed the norshit) ol Ishtar. thl love. i Thin urmiacd the ol the intolerant high priest ot Del. little Mountain Girl, from llio 'wilds. In love wilh HB ter [rom belnj sold Itr tbe mar luarket. On unotber occasion he saved her from a 5enltuce of d Imposed upon her by Ihe llllh 1'rleH of Del. She hid nearly clrailEleil an underprlesl for speaXlug ill of he! shaltar, and tbt high priest ha'] order 'ed her coudeumed lo death. Uelalinzzar madly ajored Ilio fi'rn- leesi by wliose pale beauty !he was stricken as by white IhjhtnlnE. The Mountain lilrl wor- shipped'him from afar, l'yrU3. the Persian ronqueror of the world, attac-ks" Uauylon, at the close of the'First Act. the 1'rlncess ;lleloved prays for Hetshanar In the lemrilc-a, the Mountain Girl Tights for ,hlm on the ivallj. nolshannr wins and auquhhes the armies of Cyrus. the last act Is shown thf feast ol [Iclshazzar, in tp'.ebralion of his vk- over Cyrus. They give boQ'jr-io ar. the love guiltless, for viciuiy. nraBfd at ihls, higSi priest maua ibo with Liu clioscn rdH, bribes many ol ihct king's guards, and to the trniji Ovru-i a tu onen the for the entrance ot Cyrus1 army in iKtit into Babylon. Through the youthtul Kbapjode, In love with the Mounuin Cilrl, :he latter hears of tne priesl'a visit to ryrus, und loHown them In her ohar- iol. She sees Cyrus ami bis army start on tlielr march, and dishes ahead In ill ailetuiil 10 waru Uf-lsliaizar of hii dbnger. Though The girl 13 delayed ,tju the way, aha dashes iuto ihe bail hall In lime to wnm Uelihazzar. but mo lo sav-s him. I UelFuaiEar, wiih only a few guirds, fights lo the last at tho gales of his I palace, while llit Princess Beloied ys 10 Ishtur. LAST TIMES TONIGHT FRANK KEENAN CMPRESQ TODAY U Order. If lost or stolen, you get ryj your The Siory Ouv OLIU lliL'LJiU is toKl in foui Htilu siorlci.. Tlieso siorie? begin four uir- renls. at from a tiillloii. As iliay flow ihey grow nearer 2111! nearer lojctlior, .mil Tustrjr aiid faster iinUI, 'iu Ihu ilicy iiniigle in otic mighty river or exjireFscit emotion. Thou you easily ECU llial Lhoush Ihey steal unlike, llnough all of Uiein runs one thought, one [.ionic. The Modern Story The luudern siory sbows how IT Is possible lor men j.rPicndinE phllau- Mi ropy to really work injury anil lais cry to their fellows. j The cl.lcf flgures iu this moilern' story. The Boy and Tho Dear One, nre drawu iniu the maulstrom ot LI great striko. This ?LrJKe is; forced on ihe mill lianda Uiruugh Ihcir millionaire em- ployer. Me cuts Ilieir wages. arc already miserably insntricient. in orJer to pay for cnanues ami io furnish funds to Ills sister wno, Imv- ing grown, loo old to enjoy ;--leas- urc nf yoiitli, turns ihc money lo sclf- Fcoking niedillcr.s.. Kather spitefully Miss Jeitk'ius strives lo cplifi a more or less fallen liumaiiily, The Hoy's father id killed in this strike. Ucc.nusc of iL, he goes to the cily. u-horc lie Is led into a vicious life, IjuL in (he end redeemed by Ilic Fer.'ecl love of The Dear One. In (ho general exodus to ihc city goes the Friendless One..a neighbor o[ the Boy itft city slio mcels the Musketeer NO'RMA TALMADGE IN "THE HEART OF W ETON AT, THE EMPRESS of the Slums aud is dragged down .tlto LAST TIME TONIGHT (the nndercurrents. QTARLANO All 0'iannlacd. I 10NDAY AND rUESDAY WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOFl "LOADED DICE" A spltndld Five Act FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "THE COOK" This is wlllicml doubt Ihe tlo- esl iirocram In flia cllr en'. IJon'l mlfs II. Starland Orchestra MARGUERITE CLARK IN Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" AND OTHER ADVANCE IN PRICES COLONIAL TONIGHT Big Week End Show RUTH CLIFFORD IN "FIRES OF YOUTH" EPISODE 3 GOOD COMEDIES 25c and 10. in "Triple NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE HUIT-.DF WETflNA" MONDAY THE GREAT NAZIMOVA IN "OUT OF THE FOG" MONDAY SPECIAL ROAD ATTRACTION Produced at a Cost of Twice Daily at 2.30 and 8.30 COLOSSAL SPECTACLE You Will Marvel at the Almost Incredible Luxury of Intolerance "INTOLERANCE" Or "Love's Struggle Throughout The Ages" FACTS CONCERNING It looK Iwo yilrt to malit. The cast of screen stars' ever In one production enact tha leading rolts. peftple (III sotnsi. 7000 and chariots add lo Iho excitement. It hat been shown to more peoolc since it's produc- tion nny othir bin picture, It haa ahattered attendance records 'everywhere, It la the biggest Mm show on aarlh, CRITICS PROCLAIM IT THE MOST ASTOUNDING ACHIEVEMENT OF THE ANCIENT OR MODERN STAGE THERE IS BUT ONE TO APPRECIATE THE MAGNITUDE OF THIS WONDERFUL SPECTACLE AND THAT IS TO SEE IT. IF YOU WERE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SEE IT BEFORE, YOU WILL WANT TO SEE IT AGAIN. IF YOU HAVE NEVEn SEEN IT, YOU HAVE THE BIGGEST TREAT OF YOUP. LIFE IN STORE FOR YOU NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNES- DAY. FAREWELL CANADIAN TOUR IT'S YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE "INTOLERANCE" Twice Daily Matinees at 2.30 NithU at 8.30 SPECIAL NOTE TO COLONIAL THEATRE PATRONS ON READING THIS ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE DISCRIMINATING THEATRE PATRON WILL REALISE THAT WE ARE STRIVING CONSTANTLY TO GIVE SUCTIONS. 'MNTGLERANCt- WiLU BE YOU'7KE WORLO'O GREATEST FILM T'S MAGNIFICENT ENTIRETY.-COLONIALPOSITIVELY PRESENTED HERE IN ALL 1 MANAGEMENT. All ,ClS. Adnlti Children............25c ;