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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 1.1919 TlfE LETHBRinGE DAILY HKRAIJ) PAGE FIVE What Agents Sag At IHfc. LAURIER FUNERAL FILM, COLONIAL, MONDAY STORY mNOVEL Kcuer Trtk ef Ariful agii. tlio jirominciii Kiuu Fcincr, "ft'ljo hen; asking the iii'iico contert-nco to recogoiio the "jiryvisional government ot republic." liming riwsej channel ou u passport secured by a subterfuge. O'Ceallagh related tlie iiknts of tlie arrchl ot Valora l 37 members ol parliament aiul ot ,ho Irteli parliament ;il which a com- mittee was appointed for oWalniiis ;Uc-ir releaso. Selected Men in Rekas- HIM From Jail I'ARIS. March 1. (Associated Whllo (he nen'spaum o( Hie UsHtd Kingdom Me still speculallns over tlie escape from Liu- coin prison, in of Kdn-ard de the Sinn Felu leader, ihfc man- in which be ejlectetl break from capttrKy oo Kefcrutry 3 bis bo- cone known tore. It was to Jhe Anodaied Prew by O'Ceil- Kx HON. Sw. Wiumo IJUJMCS only genuine and f authentic filias ot the funeral of the late Sir Laurkr will positively !w shown only at the. Colonial Theatre on Monday and Tuesday, These films hare been spedully secured for Letlv brldje by tbo alert Colonial nianaie- nient, and have been rushed here by express .from Ottawa. Kvery detail of ceremony is shown iu the filths. One sees Ihe vast fend trovds. the imposing funeral cere- mony, Ibe body lying lu state, too hosts o! all Canada's leading men paying tribute to the Great Llld- er, the last rites, aud other historic __ The. fllms will IHJ sliOTvn only al the Colonial Theatre on Monday anil Tuesday at.the usual prices of admis- sion In addition lo a splendid feature bill. Other offerings will ho Ethel Clayton in "Journey's End" mid'sor- gooil comedies. AT 8TARLAN0, "Money Isu't ETerythlng" is the latest to tho American Film Com- pany's deservedly popular comedy' dra m a written by Fred scenario by WHiiani Parser and Dir- ected by Edivard SJoman. The production features tliai vorld lamous movie star JUrjarlta Flayer, Ttrltli an alt star cast. Flaher ia perlectly ftttited to Ihc ot Margery SsittV the btauty, and will enhance the character with her natural charm-aud vivacity, i Jack Mower, ae the handsome ard busy man, Frwklyti Snillh can be counted on to give bis usual flytehe-J performance. J. Xorris Foster ,who cast u Henry P.; tho. millionaire is new to the American.'He stars iand ia a addition to tbe Am- erican forces. Nowell, cast as "Dla- features o' tlie two son's pwt, In the world o! mirlli tlie comic car- toon la bound to hold an important position. Erer since the dailies gave so much apace to.Uift creations of var- ious artists the innovation has coma to be looked upon as u permanent in- stitution. Probably no strips of pit- turts ever'galnei the popularity of '-Bud" Fischer's "Mutt and Jeff" which tor the past ten years have appeared Sn thousands ol news- until today millions of 'readers have come io regard the ir as part and parcel of their own existence- That is lo say their visasee and hum- orous doings are so familiar to nuke their presence aa something es-l aeniial in the fast moving oE "flie couiniitieo a number of men for the job who hud been IrRtl selves as chcan anil crosteJ Itic channel. "Thu girbiy deliberately set out to flirt wltii the Midlers, and scon canio to know of tbe guards. Do Va- lera was Informed by code in a letter that February 3 was set ior bis es- cape. "Oil the eve of February 3 low motor cars packed IrlslutxTi vere sent wandering about [he countrs' near Lincoln to serve- HS decoy i tor tho jiolltc. At 4 o'clock the prisoners in from their [jcriod of torn they were locked up for fire uiul wbo wjuUl not TJO uxj'alr. They iheii had a tbree-hour iwr-j i.QXDON. March following timid in case there gun play. for wanUering uboutthe prison particulars aru available ot tins deeds Tho lirst task was to eurvyy the prison and discover tho possibilities ot a forcible "Tl'-c i-otuTiiHtCc-vvas to communicate Uio girls appeared aud eauccd lac with Do Valera, which vas Tory diffl- guards from tbe rear of the prison night. tlio dusk, shortly after 1 o clock, However elarled working on a o! which tiierc Sinn Veiner'as far as possible. Then tyro Sum garden plot. jFelncra quickly cut a path through were several near I the wire. Hie Ho atlraclei! Dej "At o'clock DC- Valera with two Valera's attention ilay by .other Sinn Petners who escaped with singing Sinu Ki-fn songs in Gaelic, him, sauntered to the tack gate. Their te -irbldi be told tbe leader that an friends w'.sido crept up and opened attempt would be made to rescue him, Impression of Key "The impression or tho "Key_ot tho the gate with the false key vhile the dentrifrs continued iheir niriallon vrith tho glrU. An autDWobilG -was waiting rear gato secured. This impres- and Do Valera was wfilsXed away to slon was wrapped Iu paper with and ihrois'ii lo the ringer SD tho garden plot. "The sentries about the rear ot tho prison were P. grave menace to the plans. Finally a telegram was to for two handsome young women, both highly cultured univcr coy .the chased de- for which the officers named received the bur to the S. 0, The names oi Ihe recipients already been cabled: Major Hoyal Kwing, 42nd. Throughout ihe operations south ot which in Ihe taplure of wowt. hi3 gallantry and able leadership the objeciivo-i upon whu-h rested the tuc- cess o! Ihe brigade. Lieut.-C'ol. JohLi McDonald, third brigade artillery. He reconnoitred positions tor his batteries under heavy tcry, Ho pushed hU Uattcry forward uwl established his observa- lion post somh of tho OH was uuder splendid by JIH persona) rt-guril danger of dtrterrulnatiot; lo torwarj, l.Iout, Norman Angus shelling and mat-bfne gun fire. Al- Tenth. Ho Ic-d his own company andiihouKh woutnltid, lus bin bat- at times two others, brilliantly push-llery with couragy ing alKiid in face of hvavy fire, andtout. beating down nil opposition. Lioiu.-Col. L. P. Tudor, Film. Colni K. Vyman, Fifth. olficer launched his battalion in a sue- weakened counter-attacX. regaining pre- vious'posit ions, killing a number o( Dis? entJiiy anJ taphirlnjj prisoii- ITS. He tht-n wainlainod his position secure against eipc-ttod enemy lacks. Richard 14th.. tho line became much through casualties he coMecte-J men together, and. aUer a vigorous fight p'.act (1 ibciu IK the He was jii- etrumeutal in capturing n lie Id guu ami a nunibor of Brave Acts Major James K. Rankiii. ifcth. Was in L'ommaud of tho bnltalioti during the successful of u village. Tlie enemy launched a heavy counter- attack against the posts to the extent of the village causing theid and ihe adjoining to vrith draw. Ho showe d sp tondiil roson rce and cour- age aud went forward under heavy nm-hlue gun Ore, Vo investigate the situation. Ho sutcessiully orgnniied and launched a counter aitack. Major George Wyman, HOIh Bat- He advanced, line a half and under heavy firfi niainUItiixi his posi- tion all The following day though bis left was exposed to with- er! ug macbloe gun and artillery flre. He captured a taking prisoner J a whole battalion. The Btrikea Ja tho vocation in Winnipeg is over. They have -been on strike nearly 10 weeks, R. J. Mans- field, president of the studeaAft' asso- rtation tendered his resignation. Is De Valera aou-r" "I cr.n not elate, but he he hero on lime when he is Tho Victorian Order of Xurees at- tended one-eighth the births sity wlio arrayc-d duricg the yeir in Toronto. a busf'and l importance -lorin? nation. Their i truly American types of ordinal humor lias been consider- aMy enhanced EinCft Manager Gus Hill 1 transferred them lo Ihe staje. And prohably no cartoons have made .such a hit with the theatre-going public or earned so much money as hmre this inimilable train. This season they will be seen in a new play entitled: "Mutt and Jeff in The TVooly It v, ill the attraction at theatre on Wednesday sad Thursday uMt week March pth and mood Tim" 'Moody is A new com- er to the American Film Compftny, He is a graduate from the legitimate and has met vith much success in of many prominent stars, Kate Price known is one ot tbe greatest character in tUc, tilro. world and vho supporied'MEiry Miles Mintqr in "The Ghost ot Rosy: Taylor" IB'cast as Betty Nan." chaperon. -Tneatre mniortmces- that "Money Isn't Ererrthinf" wiH be] presenter! ofl Tilonday AI THE EMPRESS; TONIGHT! MAJESTIC 1.00 O'CLOCK Calgary Rotary Minstrels MAJESTIC THEATRE RETURS ENGAGEMENT TUES., MAR. 4th ONE NIGHT ONLY SAME OREAT CAST AND CHORUS SAME WONDERFUL PRODUCTION SOME NEW SONGS AND LAUGH LINES "SOME SAY SO." Prices................................Jl-50, SEATS NOW SELLING MAJESTIC March S-6 TWO NIGHTS THE NEWEST OF THE NEW PRETTY GIRLS CATCHY MUSIC A Fantasy With Singing and Dancing A Lingering Landslide cf Laughter Fun at Stop Speed Easiest the Greatest Musical Comedy Hit in Years. Prices nc, 50c Now Selling 6UO FISHERS 3UCCE4S. IfNj THE WOOLLY CLONIAL ,TWO HOURS OF MUSIC AND LAUGHTER "The ftartni: a romtsct of Kentw.Vr and- Is Mae Marsh's ncTrent MntribHtlon to Gold- scries ot screen successes. A prridQctlott of consUnt tfirtlls, 11 1> Urewtal wltli story of tore me rinre Is riHlKhttull; hnmui. "Tke Kaclnf whkMi mam ia iio Empresi Theatre (or Ihe Ust tine to- IM (dr of futon: a MlrrUiK bone rno pdototniAM at the of the racing anton. On Monday will to 1HK) feet o( nisi (o the career of Sir WfltrM Unrtw anil pic- (arm of kte II H AT THE HAJE8T1C. Enjltnh pintomliw Jonirfeil Ihe fairy clory of this same nfttfie, will We Ihe at tnc Majsjlio cm Tuesday, March (4. for i. o( one RljSt. Tte wlilcB Is in two acts eleren tiiserb Li ma- iler tbe perioMl (tie not- ed P. Slmrl-Wliyte, vhoae offertftga, nnd "Robinson AND LOUlftHUFF AWO PATH! PIUSfNTS MAKGAUTA FISHER THING "WOLVES rf no jreat to tTtrrotie, We Alt you >lll R of en H jou not to toOolttm Mrttl. TM ttoir Is eiceUett' at pity -vlik (krfllp. EMPRESS TW6 DAYS STARTING MONDAY THE ONLY AND ORIGINAL PICTURES OF.; THE ALSO THE ENTIRE FUNERAL SEE THE MOST TIMELY HAFKH1NOS DURING HIS LIFE. ADOfteSSINC THE PUBLIC AT THE MOST CRITICAL MOMENTS THAT CANADA HAS PASSED THROUGH, ETC, ETC., AND LASTLY THE BURIAL OF THIS GREAT MAN. TOHICHT LAST TIME Famoua Trick Seem in Play THERACINGSTRAIN Famcns Ocldwyn sUr belt role M tor oner in pfctwe to be Men A story. aort wblch A Ikrill In scene. A nrprtelu naiah. 'THE JTTHET ELOPEMEJfT POUTIVILY HIM MONDAY TUES. THE ONLY GENUINE AND AUTHENTIC MOTION PICTURES OF THE LOFl NOTE The Colonial management hw cd these films al a. very great and at a rast amount trouble. will demonstrate tbe that tlie Colon, (al management ere always striving to keep up to the times, in iresentins tlie very Isiest In the films. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. Attend the Matinees and Avoid the Night Crowds Wmxlerfol Motwn pktWes ihowinc Ml dM hit rites ud the difMtaries of d Ac Grat Ae vast MM! swnwiBg tbe km- erai pracessiM; tke body iyiot state; nd dctacs w the Waming-Rememlier rx (Mr at dw Uliml w Be IbM. ALSO MONDAY TUESDAY ETHEL CUTTOH EUD" And Oihcr LAST TIMES SATUTOAT "LURE OF THE OJtCUS" ;