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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V NOVEMBER PAGE TIIK LETHBHlPOfc DAILY liLJiALI THE OF TRVIHG AS MiM im IS THt lfTH TIME UEAIWD US UP M 1 QJ tVERYBODYl THE THE HEALTHY THEATRE What the Press Agents Say AT THE The Legion of DeathMetro Special Fridayand Legion oT Death is a Metro great sevenact special production do luxe the Russian with particular attention to tho part play od bv the women warriors ot bravery and high It breathes the spirit of right and and ot a devotion to high and noble issues More than it is a story tilled with and dramtlc and the beautiful love story that runs through it like a golden thread proves even in times of storm and stress love will not be men were and all Au IB o SI leader ol Russias women riors No other actress possesses m as the portion of a na Sossue the popular Jap anese actor in Paramount pictures is appearing at Starland tomorrow and Saturday in The Honor of Mis House a Paramount picture in which several the scenes were taiten m I Wrhe sjory is supposed to de I veop in one of the Smallc4 and more remote of the islands of the i Florence who recently appoar od with Hayakawa in The Secret i Game is the leading woman in this i photoplay while others iu the cast are Maym Fores Sea Tom The stoiy and its screen version were written Marlon while William JeMille was the The island scenes are particularly and thTgowus worn by Miss Vldor In the latter part of the photoplay will appeal to feminine love of A Comedy of Merit The Blue Ridge mountains are the scene of Roscoe Fatty Paramount Moon which is to be shown at Starland Friday and Saturday This is a delightful concoction tilled with laughs Arbuckle ap pears as a Revenue Officer who IB af fpr a band of moonshiners and how he bags his is told In a series nf scenes as remarkable for then photography as they are interesting and leadline the bill in the farcial play Pt The more tunny than even the famous Potash and Perlmutter That Nut will offer entitled Fllteon Minutes lira Nut which Bud calculates to convulse his Miss Jessie the girl with the golden and incidentally one o the most handsomely gowned girls in will delight the audience with her singing Al Bordo will offer his own original singing and dancing in which he has been successfully played over the Panlages circuit during thu past sea photoplay program will be head ed by We five act Metro wonder play The of starring beautftnlEmmy Wehlen Good com edies will fill the which will be accompanied by the magnificent Col onial Orchestra of ten really ten Urge That Only Canadian Con tractors Be Employed On Public Works Associa tion of Canadian Building and Con struction Industries at its session tils morning elected permanent executive officers as follows Penrosf Monj Thn following are provincial live members Saskatchewan Alberta British Colum bia to be announced The members of Hie conference as sembleU in the board room of the rail j vav commission and waited upon Sir I Thomas Carvell and HMrDAngUiidontllned the objects of the asfocfatlon and then called upon I to Frederick Arm strong to present to the cabinet the various resolutions passed by the con The main memorial asked that the Dominion government undertake no Sic works done by Canadian Other matters urged An immediate start deferred pub lie works national roads and bettei housing for industrialworkers Sir Thomas in faid tho government was jtaking steps toward securing the betterment and rebuilding nf Europe and this with domestic in i ies should uphold Canadas pros perity He favored the government proceeding with productive im on of should be by evlry friend of of COLONIAL OPENS FRIDAY MATINEE HOW MANY BEANSJN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest I MATINEE I Ooenlng with a special matinee on iFrdP9Y anernoon at 2 oclock the new Colonial will start on its coming The opening bill will pvave to be tip top In every respect The Colonial Players will be seen in their first appearance m a classy fouract vaudeville Cecllee Elliott and Company will FORBESROBERTSON COMING TO COLONIAL THEATRE Since the announcement made m yesterdays Herald that the distin guished English Sir Johns on FcrbesRoberlson would appear at the Colonial Theatre next Tues day and the management of the Colonial have been besieged with enquiries roncerning the The cast supporting ForbesRobert son in this and Faces is unquestionably tho greatest assembled in one Added to the delightfuluess the famous which was written by Charles is the consummate art or bii familiar with the English Btagothe legitimate stage ot London will be amazed at the following list of celebrated p all of whom positively appear with Sli Johnston KorbeBnobertson in Masks and George Bernard Gerald Weedon Gros smlth Irene Henry Sir John Sir James Bar rio Dennis Nejlson Terry Ger rude Sir George Lillian Braithwaito many many others just as better give financial aid to Hon Carvell said the would continue to use Canadian goods as much as poss but he asW the contractors to that Canadian stone and marble cost more than the He endorsed the conferences idea of better housing facilities and the pi n cTple ot calling lor tenders for all pub Thomas acting is in re cipt of a telegram from Senator Cosmc de la president of the Cuban national in which he says The Cuban national commission for war propaganda and help to war victims has weed to send to you by mail the sum of to i be dedicated to the Canadian Red Cross in the name of yie republic of for the assistance of sol diers of Canada who are victims of the great which has ter minated so victoriously for the and to which Canada has contributed so The government in reply sent a warm appreciation of the LONDON STARTS I to As sociatetl virtually interdicted by the has been re sumed In a limited Two hundred eager applicants for tickets to the first dance were unable to obtain admis I These rationed interallied designed especially for the editication and delight of young officers on leave in are smiled upon by the military a number of whom were present at the riiert were a hundred many i prominent in English iuchulj Ing Ladv Randolph I American army and navy officers almost outnumbered British and Onesteps and which some Londoners reier to as American stutter alternated with the more sedaie Two women police were there as chaper but they had little to do Lady Randolph Churchill told a re porter that made by the official were to be a feature of the Single tickets are not to be sold to women or Can it one commenter that this resuscitation of danc ing under the patronage of the author ities is a foretaste of the reaction that will follow the strain and anxiety oL the war and fill the land with laugh DO YOU KNOW tlnulnK to uso PARAMOUNT AND ARTCRAFT PICTURES THE OPENING BILL BEINQ Sessue Hayakawa IN The Honor of His House AND FATTY ARBUCKLfc IN MOONSHINE A TWOREEL BURLESQUE ON THE WATCH THE SUBTITLES IN THIS AND LAUGH YOUR HEAD DOORS WILL BE OPEN AT REGULAR MATTES FREE LIST WE ARE TOO MUCH THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE GRAND OPENING FRIDAY t r Night 7 to 11 Matinee 2 to 5 THE COLONIAL PLAYERS IN i MISS CECILLE ELLIOfT AND In the clean cut farcical playlet THE BUYER LAUGHS Funnier Than Potash and y non Reid said the government was taking up the question of improve ments in canals in order to employ men thrown out of work by the chan jges wrought by SERIOUSNESS TEN COMMANDMENTS PRESENT DAY SALESMEN The play selected for the reopenlnc The Legion of Death 4 j OQ flftflTOOOll fill f I describing Cie0 RUSSIAS FIGHT FOR will appear in the attractive Bread Ooenino agreeable to Be agree ublo in voice and all details of Like the average I am not of and I go where they mo most SecondKnow the thing you are selling Toll mo what I want to know about it in argue wuh When vou disagree with mo and tell me about it you probably will succeed in antagonizing it whatever it is Dont talk al tho If you lie dont expect me to come I If you pro miseme your prom If you cant telephone me ahead of my name und Nothing pleases a man more than subtle of Don t tell mo about yourself when you are trying to sell me Clot me to talk about myself if you Radiate con fidfiiice it is goods successfully is a psychological propo SAYS HE IS TOO RICH W actually declining to servo it is said Bernard liaruch has urged upon the president strongly his belief that he should not outer thu cabinet in suc reslou to McAdoo on the ground that largely in government and oilier would bo seri ously London The to call the Span ish influenza by its pet has de veloped to a it is entitled 1 to the more than passing notice it re London alone po ice men are down with and 80 nit men Several schools have been clos ed Queues of people form at doctors and druggists are overtaxed I day and With the absence o uiv doctors at those at I home find themselves unable to cope with the in some caaesydoc tors are said to be carrying bundhes C latchkevs for houses where all the occupants are in Some them findU impossible book their cases and arc Insisting on cash The disease said to spread alonK lines of and overcrowding in these vehicles IB blamed for its ex visitation has been peculiarly in its in somo cases A story isildld of a soldier on leave who fou d his wife dying and then saw his child who had survived of France and was home on hospital became a vie Uin with other of hiR and was burled Jn the same grave with I Ids sister A Woolwich with seventy funerals on his found it impossible to cope with the situation with his and has ap plied to the military for COURT OF ENQUIRY ON EPIDEMIC AMONG SOLDIERS During the re cent epidemic there was a consider able number of deaths among troops on transport vessels proceeding over seas Courts ot enquiry were aasem bled under the the proceedings have been received at mi litia headquarters here In order to complete the investigation spe cial reference to conditions at ports of embarkation and to tho provision made to cope with such further court inquiry lias beenor dered to assemble at on og and to proceed from there to such other places as in the opinion of the president it may be n or der to lake evidence bearing upon the BUD 8CHAFFER THAT NOT EXTRA HEAR THE COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA OF TEH IN ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONSIN PERFECT HARMONY MAGNIFICENT PHOTOPLAY PROGRAM PRESENTS Bewitching EMMY WEHLEN in The Five Act Society Play THE DUCHESS OF DOUBT ALSO GOOD COMEDIES AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS NIGHT PERFORMANCES START SHARP AT AND PRICES Matinees Adults WMrtn 10o Niohf Adults 9 WE PAY ALL WAR TAX COLONIAL THEATRE PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING THE AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE TAKE GREAT PRIDE IN Next OF THE DISTINGUISHED ENGLISH ACTOR SIR JOHNSTON pAv MASKS AND FACES INCLUDING MAIL MAN ARRESTED the sensa tional stories told about the robbery of IB 000 worth ot mall some weeks ago at Arthabaska were shattered to day when mail who reported being fobbed at thetiomt revolvers by masked was ur1 rested and held as a material i The two mail containing the mull were found by the road side Monday at a spot that has been gdhe over scores ot times since the WILL Bfc SHOWN AT REGULAR IN CON JUNCTION WITH THE CLEVER i COLONIAL PLAYERS NO George Bernard Shaw Gerald Du Maurier Weedon Grossmith Arene Vanbruoh Henry Irvina Sir John Hare Sir James Barrie Dennis Neilson Terry Gertrude Elliott Henry Vlbart Donald Calthrop THE CAST INCLUDING Mary Brough Gerald Ames Lottie Venne Nigel Playftir Lyall Renee Mayer Lilian McCarthy Dion Bouclcault Sir George Alexander Ben Webiter Lilian Bralthwalte THE MOtT EXTRAORDINARY ALL ENGLISH PRODUCTION CVCR PRODUCED uuiiftiu wr GREATER PRODUCTION IN THE WORLD OF ;