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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S.VrruiiAY, DIE LETIIBIUDf.K DAILY 1IKIULT) One of itie busiest days thai Cecil Kami Lug. tlio bantoue, who slugs al Ktiox churcb on Monday, March 17. has teccmtly p'jt in was in llasiile Day. lulS, wheix bo was at Ins horuc iu ColiimlMLi. Oliio. Itiglit yl that time he wits pluugcU into the worlj of llif war camp COM- umnity service, ilevotitig a purl of lime reguljrly lo providing music lor Hie soMitrs. A part ol ihla work was stashiK of conimumty sings. On this particular day. Sunday, July 14th, ihc tiucoml ot ilif series o[ sings was lK-inK lieU in one oT ilio city'r. inirfcs. Mu the morning Mr. Fan nine vcut out to the to superintend ccr- tiiio work in decoration ami arrang- IQK for uealhiff ibc numeroufi lions, both soldiers and civilians. In afternoon he the same place at 2 o'cluek, an hour bolero tha i sing began, and remained oti ll.e '-grounds until 5, iie'jilng Hie several i-horal directors En llicir laste. singing vigorously ib rough, a megaphone to help Hit- singers and spectator' yet on to words anil tunes, and gen- era 11 y' making himself nrefill. 'After tills not oxhaustiuK work, lie went home lor a brief re- spite imci a trifling attention IqjMu- ncr. and then presenteil himself at 7.iSO at one of tho city's leaiHiiK '.churches Mr. Punning saug the leading rolfe in Mendelssohn's "Kli- ,Jab." There Ss no .report that he suffered thiit HlyLit from insomnia. PAGE takou ibis desperate method of-vrorm-f inK his way tutu the secrets of the] Wilbtl in strysse. j Ttu-ro is a lovu slory run-' uing through tho picture which adds! greatly to its interest and euteruiu-i wejit. j Lewis S. Stuiie, who played the stellar roly in New York prodne- ilon, stavd tu film version. supported by Marguerite Clayton, the beautiful Illiii star, who has becu sec-u iu a great many pkturo plays vrilh mutli nuccwt-. All iu all. "Inside the Lines" is corking good screen cnteruiuineut. 11 ta liio eort ot a picture you enjoy. Ste H. I HAS BREEZE ASO SPEED Manager Gco.vKiemins of Starlan'i Theatre beh'eves he wilt be offering patrons n most unusual aUracUan when o n >M on tin d T uesday next j ho presents William ItuFseU. Ihw popu- lar American film star, in "Hobbs In a ihe six-reel comedy.driiia from the pen of UeorjR kss, Hare'fx a1 story thai is uv away from the be.atc-n track of Ihfcfamiliar. photoplay, usually the eternal iriaiiRio or the. super-seusa- Dnal drama of the ut.der.vurM. "Ilobbs in a Hurry" is a brctzy [western story, abounding'In comedy j anil hanl-riiUng groups1 oi ilh- ifilieil 'Amcj'k-an and a i number of u Hmituil express. Sceriieally, the )iro-( jdufttun Is out of the onllimry in many i 'ways, some ot the background be- ing among nigseit looUiills that lie juril to tliu west. of Sahla Barbara, uliere tlie Atncrhl can studios lot-ated. THE SCHUBERT SEXTETTE TUv Suvuiliert whU-Ji will up. H-'Ur sousi on the Lyceum CoarsL', is as fin1 ol.ilii- [ort-inojl jilalfonii. "nii'jjo six young hul.c.s a nut only tu" liiV unit Kai-h im-jnlivr of Schubert orgrtiiixatiim !u? U-t-u fur her uuukal abilicy, anJ iC-M tiie Brlt1.ih'Ileet. al Gibraltar. This spy iloped a jUtillsh .anil gets iiitb hl.i Ho tykes tho British Captain's paper-i anil with them wins way into the fortress of Gibral- tar. There the spy baa many BUT- prising and.tict most sur- prising thin? of spy proves in be none other than of the Writiah '-Secret Service, who lias LAST TIMES TONIGHT ENID BENNETT IN "THE VAMP" IT'S GOOD, ALSO "SUMMER GIRLS" A scream. See the trained seals. They are great MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PRESENTS WILLIAM RUSSELL IN "HOBBS IN A HURRY" ALSO, "Wolves of Kultur" Five, and A GOOD COMEDY BY REQUEST THE J. 0. C. CLASS OF KNOX CHURCH Are gnlur, Uieir in'prtaiiimt-nt Aunt Sally's Rag Carpet- ing Bae" OB Saturday Evening At 3.2-3 Adjnisrfon 25 cents. COLONIAL Last Time Tonight Douglas Fairbanks IN HIS GREATEST LAUOH- INO SUCCESS "His Pic- ture in the ALSO 'LURE OF THE CIRCUS' AND 2-REEL L. KO COMEDY THIS IS WITHOUT DOUST THE BEST PROGRAM IN THE CITY. ST. PATRICK'S DAY Special Attraction at the MAJESTIC, MONDAY Buckner's Dixie Jubilee Singers ALWAYS FAVORITES WITH LETHBRIDGE AUDIENCES THE FIRST OF THE SPRING CHAUTAUQUA ATTRACTIONS SINGLE TICKETS Uriels tniiy' b'.' till Monday evening at for Ihe three performances al llio Hc-dlty Urug Co. TODAY'S EXTRA A BIG ADVANCE IN PRICES LOIS WEBER'S GREAT "SCANDAL" PICTUHE SCANDAL MONGERS Loll Wtber, Smtlley and Rupert Jullin For every' wife. Marriage .for pfotectfon For every husband. What It fair name. LOGICAL POWER FOR GOOD IS LOIS' WEBER'S "SCANDAL MONGERS" It rnaKtt you think and should compel attendsjice. the murldlcsl HClri M- Ihe nanio'thuc tiiost [orroiillal' river In the universe. It -hi- b wlittms (liC'-iinrorWrliW jicrson; who happcnsr.throngli force ofi clrcuroslaiico.i Io Itc in lie 1 ALtO THE FAMOUS CAtMD- IAN RIOIMCNTS IN FRANCE COMEDY SCREAM "SO- CIAL PIRATES" THIRD LYCEUM 'OFCHICAGO, U. One of Ladies' musical organiza- tions before the well knqwn throughout Western Canada. Program featuring1 both popular and classical selec- tions vocal and instrumental AT KNOX CHURCH TUESDAY Evening, M'ch ZStli at 8.30 p.m. 7 C 0 n sale a I A rmslroug ifuil Haivor th's Jewelry :niay he obtained from any member of the-Lyceum committee. SPECIAL ATTRACTION NEXT WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY JESSE L PRESENTS CECIL B. DEMILLE'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION 1 is KU tria ta las rfitV ts. I CpME.EACK 1 COME BACK TO YOU" FEATURING BRYANT WASHBURN A war play .ivitltouL horrors of war; a picture iu which the war is Treated from 'an entirely new angle, anil into which tliought cnter.s largely. Sec the "sappers" tunneling their way into Hie Him lines; the litjuiil fire feature. See the ivondcrttil porlrayal ot the King and perfection of tiie scenes wherein lie and his advisorr, are shown. Sec this great wotl sincere picture thnt has come out of the Great Conilicl. at STARLAND MATINEES DAILY AT 2 AND 4 P. M. EVENINGS 7 AND 9. DDIfSC _ ADULTS 35 CENTS TO ALL PERFORMANCES. TAil-CO MATINEES EVENINGS 15 c. TUc inanagcimcnt lakes pleasure in rcconnnen-Jing grpar. special feature to everyone. Ses it, U is a? great as Mr- DcMlllc's "Joan the Woman." CECIL FANNING AMERICA'S GREATEST BARITONE, IN SONG RECItAL AT KNOX CHURCH T Monday, March At 8.30 P.M. ADMISSION 75 CENTS. TICKETS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MEMBERS OF KNOX DAYS NEXT MONDAY-TUESDAY -MARCH 17-1 MATINEES: 2 TO 5; NIGHTS: 7 TO 9 P. M. A Colossal and Momentous Play of the War INSIDE SI LINES W 3 BIG ACTS. FEATURING TWO PROMINENT STAGE CELEBRITIES LOTS S. ST9XE and Beautiful MfiHIIIU CIW9N DIRECTED BY DAVID M. HARTFORD Now in Calgary Olreotlflj Shlpmen-Curwood Pictures) Adapted from Earl Dcrr Siggar't Greit Siieeeti, which ran a wtiolt on Broadway, New.Yorfc, "Wilhelnv itrasse, in anticipation of 'Oer hai In the pait century tptnt billions; in. an ineredilable spy _L i-ewit S, and Clayton were the In the original east, and are the stars in the film venlon. They made tremendous hit In New York, It the atory of a German Spy who l> by the chief of the Otrnwm Imptrial blow up the BRITISH FLEET at GIBRALTAR. How a BRIT I EH my outwit! the German WifrrelmtruM, the BRITISH GRAND FLEET, but a victim to the.heart of .1 girl. Told In the mott eeniational and pulotlni manner that yyu ever The Action will grip and hold you tnell-baund every minute and you'll be entertained to your content. INTENSE GRIPPING CNTEKTAININO THE COLONIAL MANAGEMENT HAVE SECURED THIS WONDERFUL ATTRACTION AT AN UNPRECEDENTED ADULTS 2Ec; CHILDREN PRICES, SSc! CH1LOMN 20c. from Mongers" at the Empress ;