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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^^^^^^^^ V � � - THURSDiVY.vNOVEMBER 28?1918. THE LETlUBKiPitfE J>A1LY Wi.LV\l.U x, PAGE FIVE What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS. The Legion of Death-Metro Special Production, Friday and Saturday, "Tlie'Legion of Death" is a Metro great seven-act special pro'duction do luxo of the Russian Kevolution, witti partjcular Btjtentioti to the part played by the -women warriors of Ruasia. This ^.tbattallon o� death" stepped into the firing line to take the places of the men whose spirits had weakened and^who bad i]ed from the trenches. Many men were shamed, and all encouraged, by this gallant action, and hravery and liigh courage. It breathes the. spirit of right and justice, and o� a devotion to high and noble issues. More, than that, it la a story 'filled with %u8pense and dramtic incident, ' and the beautiful love story that runs through It like a golden thread proves that even in times oE storm and stress love win ^lot he denied. STARLAND.  Sessue Hayakawa, the popular Jap-, anese actor in Paramount pictures is appearing at Starland tomorrow and Saturday In "The Honor of His Hojjse," a Paramount picture In which several th? scenes were taken in Hawaii, ^he s/ory Is supposed to develop In one of the smalm- and more remote of tlia islands of the Pacific. Plorenpe Vldor, who recently appeared with Hayakawa ' in "The Secret Game," is the leading woman In this photoplay �while others in the cast are Jack Holt,, Maym Kelso, Forest Sea- returned to their posts. History does j bury^and 'Tom Kurahara. Thef story not contain the equal of this inspiring and its screen version were written moment excel* in the life of Joan of by Marion Fairfax, while William C. Ave ' '  ' PeMille, was the director. Tlie island It is this glowing story that is told j scenes are particularly beautiful, and in "The Legion of Death," and won-, the gowns worn by Miss Vldor In the derful Edith Storey, "the Bernhardt of the screen," is ideal for the part of the leader of Russia's' women warriors.' No other actress possesses in such measure the Are, the-dramatic latter part of the photoplay will appeal to feminine love of finery. A Comedy of IVIerit The Blue Ridge mountains are the scene of Roscoe' (Fatty) Arbuckle's intensity, the fervor necessary to por- inewest Paramount comed.v, /'Moon-tray the fighting spirit in Russia's i,, ,"i,,,, ,f woman, the refusal to accept tyranny and dishonor as the portion of a nation. Groat scenes of the conflict in Russia are shown, both of the rioting in tfie streets, the fighting on the battle-front. There are also scenes In Wash-;ington; just prior to the-receiving of �'(he "great ne.ws of the overthrow of the Rbmanpffs. ^ "Tjfce Legion of Death," should be' -fioeu by every ;^end ,ot patriotism, of � w '^'-U ' �' -^�-^^'i^---�----:- how iv1any4bean8 in the jar? The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a $100,00 Victory Bond for ^ihe nearest estimate., shine," which to be shown at Starland Friday and Saturday next. This is a delightful concoction filled with laughs galore. Mr. Arbuckle appears as a Revenue Officer who Is after a- band of moonshiners ^and how he bags his game, is told in a series of scenes as remarkable for tiieir photography as they are. interesting and laughable.  COLONIAt.-OPENS FRIDAY MATINEE Opening with a special ��tlnee on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clo'ck the new Colonial will start on its way for tli* coming seas.on. The opening bill will prove to be tip top in every respect. The Colonial Players will be seen in their first appearance here, in a classy four-act vaudeville bill. Cecllee Elliott and Company will headline the hill in the farcial play let "The Buyer," more funny than even | the famous "Potash and Perlmutter"' sketches. Bud Schaffer, "That Nut" will offer his comedy single, entitled "Fifteen Minutes inti Nut Factory," which Bud calculates to convulse his audience. Miss Jessie Gay, the girl with the golden voice, and incidentally one of the "inost handsomely gowned girls in vaudeville, wili delight the audience with her singing specialty. Al Borde wilt offer his own original singing and dancing act, in which he has been successfully played over the Pantages circuit during the past season. Tlie photoplay program will be head OTTAWA. Nov. 28.-The Association of Canadian' Building and Construction-Industries at its session this morning elected permanent executive officers as follows; President-J.J'enrose Anglln, Montreal. Tseasurer-G. A. Crane, Ottawa. Secretary-^A..H. Dancy, Toronto. The following are provincial executive members: Saskatchewan: Smith, Poole, MacKenzie, Wilson, Whitlock, Forbes. Alberta-a:;d British Columbia to be announced later. The members of the conference assembled in the board room of the railway commission and waited upon Sir Thomas White, -Hon. F. B. Carvell and Hon., Dr. Reid. Ml-. Anglln outlined the objects of the association ;and then called upon the vice-chairman, Mr. Fred^erick Armstrong, to present to the cabinet the various resolutions passed by the conference. ",' The main memorial asked that tlie ^Dominion goverwn,ent undertake no public works unless done by Canadiiinw contractors. Other matters urged were: An immediate s^^art on deterrQ,d public works; national roads and better housing for lndUBJ,riaUwo^kers. Sir .Thomas Wijit^',, iu'r.eply, j|avd the government; wasfjt^ing^.steps' tpward TO CAN. RED GROSS OTTAWA, Nov.,�8.-Sir Thomas White, acting premier, Is in receipt of a telegram from Senator Cosme de !;a Torriente, president of the Cuban national commission, in which he says: "The Cuban national Commission for war propaganda and help to war victims has agreed to send to you by mail the sum of $20,000 to be dedicated to the Canadian Red Cross in the name.of the republic of Cuba, tor this assistanie of soldiers of. Canada who are victims of the great war, whi.ch has terminated 80^ victoriously for the allies, and tft which Canada has contributed si) splendidly." The government In reply sent a warm appreciation of the gift. the healthy theatre LONDON STARTS DAf onial Orchestra o� really ten pieces. ten pieces-yes, ed by tl^ five act Metro wonder play | "The /Duchess of Doubt,'', starring, beautfful- Emmy Wehlen. Good-com-j securing tlie beltepm.?nt, and rebuilding edies will fill the bill, Which will be of Europe and this with, domestic iu-accompanied by the magnificent Col-j.dustries should uphold Canada's prosperity. He favored, the government proceeding with productive Avorks, improving canals, etc. , Wblle, appreciating better housing for industrial workers, he Aaid'it was a matter more for.the provinces and municipalities than for the Dominion --------might, � however. FORBES-ROBERTSON COMING TO COLONIAL THEATRE Since the announcement made in yesterday's "Herald" that the distin- 3�, , guished English actor. Sir Johnston' government, which Fcrbes-Robertson would appear at the [give financi^al aid to provinces. Colonial Theatre next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the managenient Hon. Mr. Carvell said the public woi-ks department.^ould continue -to EMPRESS THEATRE (AFTERNOON AND EVENING) will re-open tomorrow, friday under the management and tersonaU supervision of W. A. R. COCQ The play^elected for the re-openlng Is "The Legion of Death" which .win also be presented on-Saturday afternoon and evening. Starring BDITH STOREY, ''the Bernhardt of the Screen," Tliis is a wonderfully flranidtic picture.descrlbltig \| RUSSIA'S FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. I . The theatre has "been renovBtefl, thoroughly cleansed' _ tind disinfected, and every ImproTement made tor the com-"tort and convenience of its patront A new lighting system has been installed obviatiUB any t^rsh effect on.tlie eyes of .the spectators. This la a >boon which film lovers will appreciate. The Empress will maihtaiu and enhance its reputa-, tlon as the POPULAR PICTURE HOUSE of the City. A fine stock of future attractions has been secured. On Monday and. Tuesday the fascinating Mary MacLaren win appear in'the^ttractjlve play, of the Coloniar have been besieged use Canadian goods as much as poss-wlth enquiries concerning the event. ; ible, but he asked' the contractors to The-cast supporting Forbes-Robert-' consider tliat Capadlan stone and son in this play, "Masl^s^and Faces," marble cost more than the American, is unquestionably the greatest ever, He endorsed the pohference's idea of assembled in one phototlrama. Added j better housing facilities and the prin-to the delightJulness oi! the famous ciple of calling for tenders for all pub-story, which" was written by Charles lie works. Reade, is'the consummate art of Sir Hon. Dr. Roid said the government Johnston. Those familiar with the was taking up the question of Imprpve-BDglisii stage--the legitimate stage of nipnts In canals in order to employ London Itself, will be amazed at the. men thrown out of work by the chan following list of celebrated playefs, all of whom positively appear with ^ir Johnston Rorbes-RQbart3on__Iu "Masks and Faces": George Bernard Shaw, Gerald Du Maurler, Weedon Gros-smlth, Irene Vanbrough, Henry B. Irving, Sir John Hare, Sir James Bar-rie, Dennis N^flson Terry, Gerti-ude Elliott, Sir George Alexander, Lillian Bralthwaite ,and many many others just as famous.' TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR PRESENT DAY SALESfijIEN ges^ wrought by peace. SERIOUSNESS OF 'FLU IN GREAT BRITAIN London; The "flu," to call the Spanish influenza by its. pet name, has developed to a stage,where it Is entitled to the more than passing notice it receives, /in London alone 1,300 policemen arb down with it, and 80 firemen. Several schools have been closed. Queues of people form at doctors' offices, and druggists are overtaxed day and night. With tlie absence of many doctors at tho- front, those at | iiome find themselves uttable to cope \vit,h the outbreak. Jn some caseS\doc Flnst-Be agreeable to me. Be agreeable in voice and all details of dress. Like the average consumer, I am not, %vlth tne outnreaK. an some casesx^ a .slave of reason, and I go where they tors are said to b^e carrying bunches treat me most agreeably. of latchkeys for houses- where all the^ Second-Know the thing you are occupants are in J)ed. Some of them selling me. Tell me what I want to , find it impossible t^ book their cases LONDON.-^(Correspondence to Associated Pi'ess.)-Dancing, virtually interdicted by the, war, has been resumed in a limited way. Two hundred eager applicants for tickets to the first dance were unable to obtain admission. These "rationed" ii^terallied dances, designed especially for the edification and delight of young officers on leave in London, are smiled upon by the military autliorit.ies, a numhier of whom were present at the first. There were a hundred hostesses, many prominent in' English society, including Lady Randolph Churchill. American army and navy officers almost outnumbered British and French. One-ateps and t.7o-step8, which some Londoner.s refer to as "American stutter dances," alternated with the more'sedate waltzes. Two women police were there as chaper-ones, but they had little to do. Lady Randolph Churchill told a reporter that introductions, made by the official hostesses, were to be a feature of the dance."!. Single tickets are not to be sold to women or girls. "Can it be," one commenter asked, that this suddeuL resuscitation of dancing under the patronage of tho authorities is a foretaste of the reaction that will follow the strain and anxiety of tho war and fill the laud with laugh-tei'. DO YOU KNOW? Not one of our staff contracted the 'Flu, although we were open five days after tho first closing order. The theatre is swept and xprayed with disinfectant twice dally, and is well ventilated with niUure's own system, fresh air, assisted by an electric exhaust-fan, the impure air being carried oft at the celling. We havo thoroughly renovated the house. All wood-work has been re-painted, (he theatrn has been re-decorated, tho floor thoroughlF scrubbed, and everything done to make it tho most neat aniLbealuiy plac^ in tovm. We are opening on Fri**jr and will run a continuous perfor-nmncG Friday and Saturday from 2,00 to 11.00 p.m.. We ore cott-tinuing to use paramount and artcraft pictures THE OPENING BILL BEING . Sessue Hayakawa The Honor of His House AND � M FATTY ARBUCKLE IN MObNSHINE A TWO-REEL BURLESQUE ON THE M0VIE9. WATCH THE SUB-TITLES IN THIS AND'LAUQH YOUR HEAD OFF. DOORS WILL BE OPEN AT 1.30 FRIDAY. REGULAR PRICES. MATINEES, CHILDREN, 5c. FREE LIST IS ABSOLUTELY .9US. FENDED. WE ARE TOO MUCH THE LOSER. ' THEATRE BEAUTIFUL CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE GRIIND DPENIIIG FRIDH Matinee 2 to 5 Night 7 to 11 THE COLONIAL PLAYERS IN VAUDEVILLE MISS CECILLE ELLIOtT and CO. ^ . In the clean cut farcical playlet COURT OF ENQUIRY ON EPIDEIVIIC AMONG SOLDIERS OTTAWA, kov. 28.-D-arlag the re cent epidemic there was a considerable number of deaths among troops on transport vessels proceeding overseas. Courts of enquiry were assembled under the regulntJons an 3 the proceedings have been received at militia headquarters here In order to complete the Tnvestigafion with special reference to conditions at ports of embarkation and to the provision, made to cope w|th such coaditionsyrf further court of inquiry has been -Ordered to assemble at Halifax, on Nov. 28, and to proceed from there to sucix other places as in the opiuiiin of the president it may be necesEary, in order to take e-^tidence bearing upon the matter. YELLS THE BUYER LAUGHS AL BORDE Singing and Dancing Comedian. Funnier Than "Potash and Perlmutter'i' JESSIE gay' The Girl-With the Golden Voice. BUD SCHAFFER "THAT NUT" EXTRA HEAR SPECIAL : the colonial'concert orchestra of teh pieces^ ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS-~IN PERFECT HARMONY in magnificent photoplay program B. A. ROLFE, PRESENTS Beautiful, B^witchiiv emmy wehlen in The Five Act Society Play "THE DUCHESS PF BOUBT" ALSO GOOD COMEDIES AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS NIGHT PERFORMANCES .$TART SHARP AT 7.00 AND 9.W prices: Matinees: Adults .____........ 25o ^Jfiidren .,,,..v....... 10o Night: Adults.............. 60c ChJWren.............2Ba 'WE PAY ALL WAH TAX want to know about it in English. 3^)ilrd-Don't argue with me. When you disagree with me and tell me about It you probably will succeed in antagonizing me. * Fourth-Make it plain, whatever it is. Don't talk at random. Fifth-Tell the truthN If^ you lie' don't expect me to come back. Sixth-Be dependable. If you promise me something, ^eep your proiii and are insisting on cash payment. The disease (is sal4 to spread along' lines of railway, and overcrowding In these vehicles is blamed for its extensive ravages. * " VTiio visitation has been peculiarly tte^dly in its character, in some cases whoH) families succumbing. A story is ftdld of a soldier on leave who found ,fo dying and then saw his child sucotitrib. Another; who had survived j isp. If you can't telephone me ahead tlie-^iardships of France and was home , of time. on hospital treatment, becaine a vie-; Seventh-^Remember niy name and � tim with other meinb.ers.of fiis family face. Nothing pleases a man more than and was l^uried Jn tjj/sataie grave with subtle flatjtery. Eighthr-Beware ,pf egotism. � Don't his sister. A Woolwich undertaker, I with seventy funerals on liis books. �tell me about yourself when you are has\ found it impossible to cope with Bread ^' O.oeriing Hourii ^ Afternoon 2 p.m.' , Evening, 7f EMPRESS-THE THEATRE FOR THOSE WHO CARE FOR GOOD PICTURES. / trying to sell me something. Get me to talk about myself if you can. Nintii-Think success. Radiate confidence; it is coutagfbus.? Tenth-Be human. Selling goods successfully is a psychological proposition. ^ SAYS HE IS TOO RICH WASHINGTON, Nov. 28.-Without-actualiy declining to servo it Is said Bernard Baruch has urged upon.fhe president strongly his belief that he should not enter the cabinet in succession to Mr. McAdoo on the groiirid that hi,s wealth, largely in government and other securities, would be seriously etiftbarrasdiag. \ the situation with his staff, and has applied to th� military lor assistance. MAIL MAN ARRESTED ' QUEBEC, Nov. 28.-All-the senaa-tidnal stories told ~^bout the robbery of 16,000 worth ot mail some weeks ago at Arthab'aska were, shattered today whan A. Houde, mil} carrier, who reported being robbed at the^ioint of I revolvers by masked bahdits, was ar-' rested and held as a material witness. The two mall pouches, feobtaining the mall pobbfedi were found by the Roadside'M6nday at a spot:that has been gi^e over scores of times � since the THEATRICAL ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY THE MANAGEMENT OF^THE NEW in COLONL\L THEATRE TAKB GREAT PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING THE PRESENTATION AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE ^e\t Man., Toes., Wed., Dec. 2.3-4 of THE DISTINGUISHED ENGLISH ACTOR SIR JOHNSTON FORBES-ROBERTSON SUPPORTED BY THE GREATEST CAST EVER ASSEMBLED, INCHARLES READE'S CELEBRAil'ED V PLAY: **lvrASKS AND FACES'* / THE CAST INCLUDING: WILL BE SHOWN. AT REGULAR PRICES, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CLEVER ) -COLONIAL I PLAYERS NO GREATER PRODUCTION George Bernard Shiaw Gerald Du'Maurler Weedon Grossmlth treno Vanbrugli Henry B. Irving Sir John Hare Sir James ^arrie Dennis Nellson Terry Gertrude Elliott Henry Vibart Donald Calthrop Mary Brough Gerald Ames Lottie Veniie Nigel Playfjiir Lyall Swete Renec Ma/er Lillah MidCarthy Otbn Boucic�ult Sir George Alexander* Ben Webyter Lilian BralthwaiteA THE MOST E:XTRAQRPIN�RV ALL ENGU6H PRODUCTIOM PROpUCED IN THE WORLD OF PHOTODRAMAS,^ ;