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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 7. 1021 TROOPS WILL MOVE AT DAYBREAK TUESDAY PARIS, Mar. hour Cor the.advance of the; allied troops to occupy Dusseldorf, Uuisburg; and Ruhrort! will be daybreak tomorrow, it. was? announced here night. oflVriltll. Nixlit scones wllll 111" Iwam pluyliiK Incessantly mi the rooky coast, town anil and (lie fccile 01 the wreck, nuke "Deep Waters" a sea story. u: audition, tin, eiceiioui somo lilM" work. Hetty West, the jbiR (ops. i of the ftory, in played liy Mr. Tour- Muck. Singer ftid Mack, a splendid J neilr'n now find. HarlnuM Itedr'onl. trio ol' accomplished musicians and i .lack who adapted the story singers will he seen In a great bur-: from f. Hopkinsou Smith's book. Master also .Tuesday, the bill being varied with a j great variety of acts. j and I'liu'onl will oit'er their irlglnal imvelly act 'A 111! of a j concoction of novel- i s enough. 1 of tilt! circus tu i ck uieiiiories of Ilia' Cirrus." ;l dovi-r ties and surprisi' ot jtnnosp'm'ii II. brlns; ki linnflno mil rasriiHiUnK "Arthlan Nights." me uf thn horolnoii of Its hlp- ;rip.: "RUODKSOHE" A VESUVIUS 1 Of MELODY AND MIRTH girl The must tnnpful, (ho t'iillnltlst. and the uctod comic opera ill u Ken- oration. This In a senteiico uxpresses iho opinion of Now York eriUca upon (he one iin-at hit of (ho plis( thciitrlnil season. Kor "iluddiKore" hi a mast' 'The plays an important part in the story, pieco whoso popularity has nevor bortt to-'Assassinator of will prt-tirnit "Ite'V iiis ek'ver comedy monologue, which Kind's Thoutre (Continued from 7i faith they fought, and in this faith I hey died. They had faith in their cause. They were, simply impelled by a sense of duly. The army life hail DO charms for them. Sometimes they chafed under the rigid discipline of ihc army. but. they -would have de- spised themselves if they had failed to respond to the appeal of a great cause. They endured the hardship of training, the tedium of. the bar- rucks and the discomfort of the irenclies. with a certain grim gaiety ihat was horn of faith in the future on they had embarked. Amidst. the toils, perils and hardships of their Hfe. they believed in the justice of. the cause. "They had faith in the ultimate tri- umph of right. Not often were they depressed, i have seen them return is livened up with a few S stories. '-0; With the Ptslit" is the title of tho aci prcsL-vited by Hob Murray and Dude Mariin. a team of musical com- edy favorites whn arc shilling this sea- son iu vaudeville. "You Never Can with Kebi Daniels iii the leading will be fea ill hi' shown at th tot throe days cor.i- uieticiny today. FILM WOHLO'S BEAUTIES APPEAR IN HAREM SCENE If-you have ever wondered at ibo oontonl ot ladies of tho harem.- you iwill cease wondering you see Kiiuallcd. it took Hie New York pub- lic by storm, and il drew uiultlludvx for month after month. I'olunuiB might be written about Iho many tuneful of Kuddl- Bon-." Slirieka uf lauxhlcr Kreet (if the familiar cliaractiim of old fatihloncd im'hidrunu that W. S. (iilix-ii HUB iiititiduced into iilis hen of his operas. To Is to IK- captured by it on thn instant, and to It onca, to want to see, H many times. Ml (his is proved by fact that its Itjnu run In New York, many iniuple. IncludliiK of notables of the theatrical urofusaion, saw il many times, and enjoyed il all the more every they lauihad at Its Uumui vuil tu IU muitc. 8u much (or "Kuddliore" What In morn Important li the com- pany uf ctlebrltlel tout are brlnnlnit It to thli city at the Tmswiii.v itiatii. WHri'ii eiii. It will be given tor lint time. In UK- cast will be Kuteae UwkhurL (ieoi'Be UotuflM, Marlunne GuUbout. Alice May Curley, Gollra and Joseph Ilorian. all known arl- ista in their line. Thll the all star company which hai mado the of York. Charles Steeves Wanted on Very Serious of Gaius Steeves eury comedy and tho Colonial Orohcsira. Three vaudeville shews daily offered, at 2.30. 7 aud 9 p.m. ST. JOHN. X. 11-. March spec- ill! dispatch from Woodstock. B.. reports the arrest of Charles Steeves. Pentecostal minister, charged with a serious offense in -w-fiich a sirl of this city, was the alleged vic- tim. Oflir.ers located Stecws at Spriug- tielil. York country and when they arrived a religious service was in progress with Sleeves officiating. He as engaged in prayer and the officers ;us wounded anil_-lmiken after a bis he thiished then place hut cheerful and sanguine _a TO the final issue. Amidst all the scrim- mago and destruction, of the Hold. ,hev steadfastly believed that right sinco-Ood was God. win. Clouds and' oner 1S a cousin of the Gams bteeie. shrouded them held on il charge of murdering his wife will bo shown for a run of I'our days i at tho Colonial Theatre starting Wed- 1 iiesday this week and in which. Otis Skinner makes Immortal liis tremon- dous stage success. Nothing approaching the grandeur LIGHTHOUSE SCENE .of this setting-, has ever been at- OF ACTION IN NEW tempted in motion pictures before. TOURNEUR PICTURE j Dazzling in its coloring from the most delicate pinks, azure ami blue to Waters" Is Story of Love and i the deepest purple; rich In design oL' Adventure. Adapted From Not- i arched doorways and latticed win- ed Novel i clows through which may be glimpsed j the setting sun. it is as impressive as Maurice Touruear comes to the a painting by a master hand, front again with a brand new anno- Tho costumes worn by the ladies sphere for his latest feature, j of tho harem might have been woven "Deep Waters." Tins time it is a I by fairy hands, so delicate, are they light house, the story weaving itself 1 in texture, so'silky iu iheir sheen, and i around tile construction of the light, j so rare iu coloring. Costumes that .with thrilling action during a heavy I wuold improve the dispositiou of any I storm and a shipwreck at lligiit. woman. Gorgeously arrayed ia one j Many new _.. II' v-.i. i Many new effects j of them, and lounging amid Oriental! done iu this Tour-1 splendor and luxury, milady might ami! will be taken tomorrow. The pris- j-ight the day mus darkness frequently near Monctpn. LOW SILVER PRICE CLOSES COBALT MINE but they tenaciously held their faitb. iu thci final triumph of right. About Letters "They had faith in the loved ones whom they'left in the home land, j They knew that you were praying for _ luem, and whatever our feelings, we March Mining took comfort in that knowledge. They Corporiltjon ot Canada, the second believed that wa would not fail in t mlne o, our duty, nor be false to the trust larsest mme .they 'imposed ia us. As the official 'tensor for the unit I served, I had daily to read many ietters which, the boys wrote to their home folk. It was splendid to see the way in which they daily sought to hide from their home (oik, the dangers and the horrors through which they were passing. With fortitude beyond all praise, they spoke of some sore wound as a told of the good times they were anticipating when they reached the hospital in England, and wound up in saying they were in the pink, i First, last, and always, their thoughts I were with the loved ones at home, and I they died with the com iction that we were worthy ol their lore and their de- Totion. The best of all, they had faith in God. It is not given us to know the sacred communications which took place in the last moments between the soul and God. Jlany of those, we knew believed in God through Jeans Christ, and wheu they fell asleep, they passed from-the hor- rors of the battle fields to infinite argest mine operator in the Cobalt! camp, Till close down temporarily this evening, it is officially announced today. Approximately 200 men are affected. low price of silver and the impossibility of .conducting opera- tions at a profit given as rea- sons for the shut-down. Lila Lee Settles Old Family Feud Heart of Youth" Full of Laughs' and Romance. AT EMPRESS NOW. peace and rest of the land that is fairer thau day. Fouds between neighbors are fairly common and usually abound iii ludi- crous comedy, though the feudists frequently fail to see the joke. One j of these "spite fence" Quarrels forms i the basis for Lila Lee's new Para-1 mount picture, "The Heart of Youth." "They btlieved in God and because jwhich is to bo tlte attractioa at the j ot this conviction they were CaJthtul (impress theatre today aud tomorrow.; unto death. Surely, Vrote oue of i A rarmer and the city man ou toe j them, a few days before.he tell, the world will be wiser and 'better, even if sadder, for all this sacrifice. Let us pray that it may, and let us re- solve- that we each in his or her place will help to make, it so. Word to Sorrowing Without intrusion, I just say a word to tlie sorrowing, for those who have no need of such a memoriam. With the utmost respect, we offer you, as a congregation, our sympathy and our prayers. We commend you to Him whose sou! is burdened with sense of your grief and filled with a de- sire to comfort you. Knowledge that adjoining plot have a standing argu- ment over the title to a spring, which provides the latter with h-is, water supply. Lila Lee is the pretty grand-' daughter of the farmer, who c.ompli- j cat'e.8 matters by falling iu love with his enemy's son. However, their love; affair finally settles up the cmarrel, I though not until after some exciting; scenes that are brimming over with laughs aud the high spirits of youth. Tom Forraau is the leading man, and j the picture was directed by Horbert j COLONIAL TONIGHT (TUES.) HIPPODROME G. Vlguola. Also added 'haplin in "Behind the, Scenes." ami] loved ones failed not in the day "of Topics ot the Psy.-Advt. testing, and that through, death they j have entered into a larger and GREAT VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT life, and to uphold and strengthen yon 'COLONIAL THEATRE TODAY through the wuary days of your lonely waiting. One of the best vaudeville bills To the men who tave been spared seen hcl.8 in months will bo offered to return to their home and friends. I tue Colonial Theatre tonight and would like to say a word: You havo _________________________________ not been called upon to die. You are called upon to live a nobler and a better life because of the experience through which you have passed. Your work is not done, it lies before you. You cannot live upon the past. Can- ada needs you. You cannot measure up to the demands of the hour Tour soul is strengthened and re- newed by Him who on Calvary gave his life for the salvation of meo. Tlie church needs you. Help us to build a nobler church and a better Canada. Don't think the old sanctions are not 'onger fighting, hut always strive to live and act with tilt: same zeal and eaniestness which characterized you during the days of the war. Show Dy tlie nobility of your lives that your matures have not been coarsened but (-hastened and purified'by the terrific experiences through which you have safely been brought. Work to Complete Thou, for-tho rest of us, whai are we going to do in the face of these lierotc sacrifices made on our behalf? "That they without us should not be matin perfect." Those who gave their lives left a work unfinished thai it is for us to complete. They died for their country and we havo to live for our country. They save them- I selves freely and willingly for great I ideals aud noble things, and we re- I miiin to live for those idealn and to j seek UIQSO things afresh. Wo owe it to them to work bard and to fight i hard that peace shall be established forever, and that future -wars shall be impossible forever. They fought to crush the "power of tlio ruthless Hun, we ought to fight every iuflu- r.nco and power that seeks to Injure, destroy or delUe our heritage. "Thla solemn memorial sen-ice would be whollr mockery If we simp- ly Indulged In U for an hour and then went away to ininie ourselves, to ihlrk diflcnlt tasln and to >eek ease, fillet and contentment. CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE MACK, SINGER AND MACK The Harmony Trio. CLIFFORD AND CLIFFORD "A Bit of a Circus." PHlTlROCK Comedian. MARTIN "On With tho Fight." BEBE "DANIELS" IN Tell" Comedies and Orchestra. Same Popular Prices Three shows and 9.00. Starting "KISMET 40c and lOc Evening Maurice Tourneur PRESENTS Veep Waters' WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST A drama lof love, hazard, and courage en New England's stormy coaat, with underwater icenei of a magnitude no'; hitherto pre- sented in any picture production. A SUPER-SPECIAL NO ADVANCE IN PRICES, ALSO ROLIN COMEDY AMATEUR CONTEST WED. NIGHT SEASON'S BIGGEST EVENT IIA irCTIP Performance Only mHuLUllU-Tues. Mar.g GILBERT AND SULLIVAN'S MERRY COMIC WITH THE COMPANY or BROADWAY STARS INTACT OWN ORCHESTRA W BEAUTY-CHORUM CrMc of-ffieTfa, KrfXmvaU "RUDDIGOBC is THE BEST snow CVCR in yVew lJurk A or wrr a, Jk