Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
iwt THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE NINS FUN 31 Dangerous in the Upper Regions of Equitable Skyscvaper NEW YORK, Mar. 'founht among iho clouds for more tlmn uu hour bcforo aubduing a dan- xcroust nn tho 31st floor of towi'riiijj Kqultabln in tho heart tho downtown skyBrntiwr district. H was ono of tlio highoat li res tiin fsroincii huve over heea call- til uuon to flglit. Tho blaze in ;i broker's of- lU-c and clouds of sniokn poured throuRli tlic upper stories and elevator shafts ot" tho niassivo structure. The firo was uiidor control before the 15.000 inhabitants TRUSTEES VOICE OF THE PEOPLE j TORONTO, Mar. trus- tees of Ontario tiro the roal voice of 'tho peoplo, deularcrt Hoi.. R. If. Grant, iministor of odiu-ation, in addressing jthat Hcction ot the Ontario educational Association thin morning. "Ho ftssnr- ed them that the Ontario government is prcparsd to do anything that you will let us do for you." a By Dafidy in Picture French Society Leader Reveals Methods in "The Vengeance of Durand." DM you ever wear a monocle? American dandies who would like to adopt this little fetish of tlin Euro- peans will lind a good demonstra- tion of the monocle uri in Vitagraplvs new picture, "The Vengeance Dur- This production, with Alice Joyce !n tho stellar role, will bo shown at tho Empress theatre today and bal- ance of week. Armand Fargo, a French Beau Brummell, is the character of tho I ture who gives tlu; demonstration of the eye-piece. This chap makes his monocle perform tricks, and it be- comes apparent that the decorative glass he keeps adjusted in his eye has a lot more purpose than merely adornment. At a crucial point in the film drama, Armand, deliberately flirting with the heroine, Marion Durand, who hap pens to be another man's wife, onuses his monocle to become en- tangled in her hair, in such a way that the husband appearing'at that moment cannot escape the idea that the dandy has been caressing hia "The Vengeance of adapt- ed from Uiw famous novel by Rex Beach, is a picture full of dramatic BULLETIN STATE OF EMERGENCY PROCLAIMED, BRITAIN LONDON, MHT. 31 gov- ernment this evening in connec- tion with the coal claimed a state of crisis pro- emergency under the Powers Act of 1920. GREAT FEATURE Hailed by crUhw and motion picture public one of tho pro- ductions of current Mason, Cteorge Mclford'H "Behold My IB com- ing to the Colonial theatre for four days, commencing Wednftaday noxt. The stovy was adaptal from Sir Gil- bert Parker's novel of tho Canadian Northwest, "The Translation, ot a Savage." The central characters are the' aris- tocratic BOB of an English family and the simple ladJan jtrl whom he en- cottjitors in Canada while he is on business for the Hudson's Bay Com- pany. Receiving word from his fian- cee back in England that she has broken with him because of his fam- ily's objection to their marriage, the youth, in a fit of rage, marries the Indian girl and sends her hack to England as his wife to disgrace his blue-blooded Then he proceeds to hit the toboggan in his own way. However, dramatic events work a transformation in both the young j a, Kit of quality tlta Intruduucd Into thu actlnu of thu Tlie in for two nights wily. TuMday Ajirit r, nmt J KorGirV aery fast NOIA MKHVm nit Ptak Alter. Bwfet V- ttni It Ttuttl Tirwrr TIM AMI In. Wn UlaiMil u4 to Ifttti albyiMI W Hm-fH ttimti tmo f Inr d_ mt HlMir TM ill k A. EDDIE POLO In -'Kiriu OF THE CIRCUS" (Epltode Two) JIMMY AUBREY in "THE DECORATOR" A Vltagraph Comedy Riot. SPECIAL KIDDIL3' MATINEE 5c LAST TIMES TONIGHT (THURSDAY) "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" MAJESTIC-NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL 1 One Night 8.30 Sharp. 7Sc. SEATS NOW-ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S. LET'S GO to the MAJESTIC THEATRE Tues. and Wed. Evenings, April 5 6 THE LAUGHING EVENT OF THE SEASON Oliver J. Eckhardt AND HIS OWN COMPANY, PRESENT "The Naughty Bride" A Threo-iu-t Comedy Farce. The tbat kept New York laughing two years. Cist Includes LETTA CARLYLE, the American beauty, as "Ths OLIVER J. ECKHARDT, as GERTRUDE WALSH, Lulu Nelhway, Leu Towuuon and James Jounlin. HlBh-clasB. .vaurtcville acts anil musical nuniban. 75c, 50c.