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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TEtf THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH ft1921 CANADA'S MERCHANT MARINE IDE 1912 coi-k, who u man of tsrifg will, tim IMsi brinK to Urn vU-i' or (lie Hank of KTulkiul a KptoU! knmvh'iUu1 of t'Miudtun uml iVnu link i.ur iiifuUitiuii furfttuottt Jjck Majntln, LUliAB OH AttuMK-un fur Punlop aid C, V Win- report in true, it ts iho hospital. O lite In the L'niversal's play hased Leagues .Under Sc Wbeti you soo this dm us you will have tbe most aeniational aud most revolutionary achievement In cinema history. You will see Jules Verne's "mon- ster" that terrorized the seven seas. You will see the mighty eommnu- der. Captain Nemo, who followed tho path of leagues on his j voyage of vengeance, you scc tj10 auij photograplied under the ocean while over done, and predict it! speeding on its deadly mission, and one of the season's best; then set; a fiUl-rigged ship blown to atoms. ;aged j Through the -window in vlctltan lUklBf to altat Through window you ihowa all ttit> '.v o{ deep. You SMI Iho "NauUliui" In a ocuitli dive to myMNM'ImtM H'Ml Wriitt wrote. OF FILM INTENSE APPEAL TO BE SHOWN HERE lln HHin. muilc kti ill. H becomop ami dtKOurtyw} M-uyro thn war hud become ftwil to Now to i> her frym Put iu A Ua; ho IM rvitored to iull strength' tad, t mother and Olna, turn- I toward new runQutstLs in rualn I of niusle. Fannie Hunt Story of Ghetto Ciniua Strlkti Myman Fuuiuu iftost story, has been trans- Thousand I fcrred to the vcreeu and will be tliu attraction at thea- Alma Rubrna In featured play in (JasU'i (llasri ;'.n'l VurTt Cordon are ulao iit eluded in cunt. VARIED VAUDEVILLE BILL AT COLONIAL THEATRI Kor the timeH tonight the cm rent "Hip" vaudeville bill will be of tro 'The intensely hum- fared nt the Colonial thoatrH. On th> an atmosphere of novel Is to have oeen iucoi-ptirated into the pic- ture with iinjular The story around Leon Kan tor, a boy of tbe ahowj an intense love Ghetto .who music. His mother, who baa always wanted a musician-son, h delighted and on his aerenth birthday buys him a violin. Leon's playmate is pretty (I in a d Inn- be FR. Fifteen years later. Leou is a recognized genius. On the night of bis triumph at a bis concert given for his people of the Ghetto, he enlists. Leon returns from France Augustus Pitou, has engaged I Turonsh the magic window in the si Johu Sears Story, Hubert K. "Nautilus" you will see Uiolh bill four clussy arts. La wren r- and Harvoy offer H clever concoctioi airtKing, dancing, am comedy that scores a big hit. Edit! Snyder, a pleasing niugor, is heart in a number of good SOUK succease p.nd a variety of whistling. LP: Uoyt'os are presetuiug a sensations barrel jumping act, interspersed witt ;i line of comedy talk, beems ant Davis, a team of comedians, thfi bill under their funny "Debate 01 Mary Miles Minter heads the photo plays in "A Cumberland Romance, shattered shoulder and il is said that; fine adaptation of the fatuous uove. B will never be able to play tho vio-jby John Fox, .Jr. it- ol' the most Important au- ict1 meats in theatrical circles this! week is the statement that the superb super-feature, "Once to Every Wom- jau." will be the attraction at the Colonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday this uveU. The presenta- tions of tho photoplay will bo accom- panied by u specially augmented syni- 1 phony orchestra, ami vocal solus will j I'O tiling in accompaniment to several i scenes in the play, by a company ot i soloists. The showings of the picture !-will murk a new in photoplay pres- Mar. to j tii this city. A scenic pro- publishcd this afternoon by I logue will also be staged. _____ ___________ the Winnipeg Tribune seven members the independent farmer group in hn the Manitoba legislature attended a conrere-u-e with Premier Norris and ministers, on Monday nlpht for group W Uobson, pen den leader of the in- terlally to ship owners' difficulties. tne discussion of pending resolutions: There had been severe decline? in lho suggestion is made that the freight rates from United Kinedom i had for its real object "the ports over well defined routes. The securing of pleiises of support for the declines in trans-Atlantic rates to from members or this "United Kingdom ports were very sub- atantlal. The rates on flour had been reduced 65 per cent.; on grain 61 per on cereals 48 per cent.; on jipples 41 per cent. On cargoes from Canadian ports to South American decreases averaged from 17Vj had decreased 20 per cent. From British Columbia ports to Australia ihe reduction had been from 15 per cent, to 35 per cent. Canadian shipping companies Md faced the problem smaller cargo Dorothy Phillips, internationally. inous photoplay star, appears in the j ins role in "Once to Every and her portrayal of tho girl who leaves home seeking fame and for-! tune in the highways and byways of tbe world stands as one of the screen's greatest achievements ot the preaeut season. Manager Len Brown states that! farmers amons t e I ?his final show- of his followers'were of Onfe to bvery "I r OI ttiree his I hav to d h olarty BMH H the opportunities extended COLONIAL Wednesday and Thursday This Week Daily at at 7 and 9 sharp. THE SEASON'S FINEST DRAMATIC ATTRACTION THE PICTURE OF YOUR DREAMS this TIMES PRAISES BANK OF i ENGLAND'S NEW DIRECTOR "NOBODY'S FOOL" AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE ON APRIL FOOL'S DAY ofleriags, wliile contending with the LOXDOX, Mar. I'S.-MCan. Assd. the nomination highest oporatiag costs ever known.! Of E. R. Peacock, fomerty of Toronto THe percentage of increases in the i for a directorship of the Bank of Ens- pricei for the principal require- Mand, the Times this morning saya ments between the years 1914 and j that it marks a new epoch in Imperial 1920 had been approximately; Coal j banking and shows a fresh indication 131 cent.; provisions 100 per of the keen desire of the bank direc- cent; oils, etc., 100 per cent.: paints' turs to secnrs tile closer co-operation per cent.; rope 100 per cent.; of businessmen from the dominions general deck, and engine stores 100 in the interests of imperial unity as per cent., and wages 300 per cent. as nf imperial trade. Tht Many idle Shipt depreisloa in shipping, Mr. The Morning Post describes Mr. Peacock's TioiniDation as another Btllantyne stated, was 60 acute thai j break with tradition by an institution conservatism. Mr. Pea- there were lying idle In different noted for iu ports of the world a great number of British ships. At the present timo steel steamers of United States registry and nearly 300 wooden ves- teis were Idle. Wh6n Qe had made his statement in conneetion with the shipbuilding program to the house last session, Mr. Ballantyne said, there were i4 vnaaela in commission. Since that time 33 additional vessels had been completed. The entire program when would comprise 63 ships of ttn approximate deadweight tonnage of tons. Seven of these ves- were hting equipped with oil fuel installation and 13 would be .pro- vided with refrigeration space. The sum of had been vot- ed for shipbuilding In Canada in the present fiscal year. Of that amount had been expended. It estimated that a further would be spent before the year ended. Tbe amount of }8, 000, 000 which will be required to complete the program, COLONIAL TONIGHT LAWRENCE AND EDYTH SNYDER DEEMS AND DAVIS LES BOYCES Beresford and His Six Great -Special Added Photoplay Attraction MARY MILES WINTER in 'A CUMBERLAND ROMANCE" Comedy and Screen Snapshots, The success achieved by May Rob- son, the popular comedienne whom Augustus Pitou, Inc., .will present to the patrons of the Majestic next Fri- day, April 1st, in her newest and from all accounts beat play, "Nobody's which was wrttteji for her by the well-known dramatic critic, Alan EMPRESS CARL MAJESTIC-NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL 1 One Night 8.30 Sharp. 75c. SEATS NOW ON SA-LE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTirs. DOROTHY GISH In REMODELLING A HUSBAND." Cecil DeMille's "MID- SUMMER MADNESS." APRIL SHOWING TODAY WALLACE REID "ALWAYS AND HAROLD LLOYD IN "GET OUT AND GET UNDER" loiray WHAN j CINIVEDSAL-JEWEL SPECIAL PRODUCTION IT WILL TUG AT YOUR HEART. STRINGS AND TAKE YOU BACK TO "HOME: SWEET HOME" IT'S THE GREATEST 'MOTH6R-LOVE' STORY EVER WRITTEN THE MIGHTY METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE IS REPRODUCED IN ALL ITS GRANDEUR. Just Once in a Long Time is ci play produced that lingers forever in th% memories of those who ace ft. Just once in a long time is a picture presented that you want to see a dozen times. Just once In' a lifetime do you lee re- produced with all the realism of life Itself, a story that alternately makes you cry fop siiser joy and smile to chase the tears away. Such a picture II "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN." With Superb Operatic Orchettral A c c o m paniment, Artistic Scenic Pro- logue, and Heart Appealing Vocal Solos During the Screening of the play by a Company of Soloisti. Notice to Colonial Patrons I STATE IN ALL SINCERITY THAT "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" IS A PLAY THAT I AM PROUD TO PRESENT TO MY PATRONS. IT IS WONDERFUL. THE CHIEF CENSOR AT EDMONTON ADVIS'ES ME THAT IT IS ESPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN BY ITS WONDERFUL APPEAL TO THE BEAU- TIES AND CHERISHED MEMORIES OF "MOTHER-LOVE." LEN S. BROWN.. AdulU 50c; Children 15c. Children's Matinee Daily, lOc. REX BEACH'S GREAT STORY "THE VENGEANCE OF DURAND" WITH ALICE JOYCE. KINGS-HUMORESQUE WEDNESDAY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MOTHER-LOVE PICTURE EVER PRODUCED. AT REGULAR PRICES OF COURSE. POSITIVELY THE LAST SHOWING OF JULES VERNE'S LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA REGULAR PRICES. THE PICTURE THAT MADE MILLIONS TALK. Added Film, showing work amotif New in Western Schools. ;