Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, APRIL' '4, 1013 THE LEii'nnmr.i-: DAILY IIEHA: PAGE FIVE AT STARLAND. lu uo picture- bas the of cos- tume been better deuoaslraud than In "Kosenury Climbs lue featuring Mary Miles Miiiter and at SUrlantl tonight auU tumor- row.' Miss Minter enters the story iu the. simplest garb of tlie village girl toil daufMer of the struggling oM father, descendant of old. autl settled Hoi- lasd >tock. gocause ot Rosemary's TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS MARY MILES MINTER "ROSEMARY CLIMBS THENHEJGHTS" ALSO 'WOLVES OF KULtUR' AND "TOTO" IN "CHECK YOUR BAGGAGE'' ADULTS 25c CHILDREN >10c for carving clever she attracts the attention of a party ct actlals iu and a youug handsome couipoatr in She ts trausiKirtej U.lo ihv whirl of city life. 11 lier attire, Tor a costume ball, a .Mtulcr is said to wtur duo of tho most elaborately made ever shown on I lie -screen. The is JTL-- cious KHzabelhan handiwork, the jeavy sailn the kind we in louj- r can buy anywhere ami 1ms been .reasured by Miis M [liter's nioilier it just such at: opportunity, and tliu uwork was designed by lliy great Pbiret. costume is that of Juliet- Alan Forest, as the composer am] lover, gives a fine im- personation ot Hoiueih Miss Minter used to lake HliukcsiJearlaii purls in privsto theatricals auj always had a leaning toward Juliet. with what he culled Iiis itiiuitfou tilt uiKH) riebt iheme at'ihc right day. the to- tiino and Wilson of "Hearts the i'igh- tlie Vtiiietl States of America wit- j tet-u mouths iu tiit- and uessed thi> sliov he termed It "a liv- of thu scent's uii the actual ,AT THE MAJESTIC. Tlje Castle Entertainers will tonight only at (tie Maj jeitfc theatre, in their weEL known concert offering. The Castles are known from to coast as erne of the standard concert nitractiojis, ami wltt doubtless be greeted by-a large house at the foiiight.. iug tribute 10 American wuuiauliooil." A little story of frA Mr. Kel- teriny got his big idea will not lint like all oilier men he bad something In nxirk from, and while reading Die IJfc of Abraham Lincoln. Ihe grund old nun uf America, he came across a passage with these lew lines In all thai has. been said by orators anJ poets since Iht- crea- tion- of the world in praise or women an plied to the women of Ameri- i-a, It would not do llieni justice." und Lincuin said that in tSGa just afu-r the civil war auU in tliis work ot Mr. Kctterit.g'.s his liitle quotation has been worked into a wonderful tlie-rae and its your story, the stoiy of every man, woniau aitO every ho.iseholj on the American coutiiient. Don't Miss this wonderful E.IOTV or if you do you will regret it. The Wrl ho left.Behind will be seen attl.e 31a- Jestic ttiealre next Friday uml Satur- day, Aiirll 11 and 12. JjaUlcHolds ot France !jy Mr. Griffith, with U't1 off-cial nid ami ns.iisuiure ot the- British ami Krcnrli guvartinieiits. Mr. liriff'iih. however. i> to remove apiirehensiyii that "lU-aru thf jirinurily a vilir il i he retreats; the Ctvniajt es; the. lliyiit of the.vlUai'ers; thr riiili- ]CKS destruction ot in-Jin-ny; tlu- mesii o! full into inc.- hands of tlu1 (Jeriniuis; [md oilar thinja i on numcrovh 10 iiu-mion, whole culiiiinaiiuB iljo of the American troops, of uiUuiate vie- J n uf ihe tn.grJy of Hlted- tui-y and a hint of :utnw iu- Krumv. soirg fortii mere for who have t'liduied iliis KT- j it.-u. rulirc-d liuiu tver ilnit ihin MJ-. '.iritfitli anxious to have it whitrt "Hearts of '.he oiJii" deals war and luve, it i-s drunu he has ntiised, rather tliau jiropciganun filiti. Yei no one t-aii tliruuiih Iiis wonderful _ fJict tuusl iooii Ly wou, lhat the Allies must triumpli over tfieir adversaries, i anj ihit suc'i giini of ;nmst never in tbe tii.s I tury of the j J'ronaineist iu cast ff of the art: ihe beautiJut CrJsJi I sisiori, LiHiuii and Uorolby. Kobeii _ J-'awcett. IISLIII, and otlKT vrell-kuown piaytra. "THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND" Have you ever thought if fuiuiv in your line of business it one-of-your competitors lias hit upon the- right idea to market your lines of lifeiwork in a belter way thm you were doing Uie Bituation the majority oC American dramatists found themselves in when Ralph .Tho- iiiaB': KeUermg wrote "The G'Srl He Left Behind.'" Of course' there- are scores of war plays but he -seewed "HEARTS OF THE D. W. GRIFFITH'S LATENT MASTERPIECE The Liggest event in the entire sea- son 'En tlte "world of motion pictures, will le the presentation of IX- Grif- fith's latest film masterpiece. "Hearts of the winch opens a three ture. It If, he vrimarily a love story, in ".vhldi figures as j the grim tacJtground. Ii may be call-! ed "thy story t( a for! 'more than forty OLUJIIK thul cxpositiuu of the siory. is not LI shot, not a 01 alarms. Tlit're IB tin: pn-riy i-oinauce of two girls each m iuvt- wiiii The tame man; there is ilk' iini-.-i bml ii atmosphere of a .-mull Kruncli town before ihe of ihc war.' Then comes the conflict, iu en- suiTigr effects upon thr- fortunes ot those in Uje Htlto viilagc. Tho battle! scenes slipwn are actual baulo scenes taken right in the trendies during the death struggles oC the French unU Hie onlv has it been found nccos-sary tct piece the story of the baUIes together by means 1 scenes. Thus one sees the life in tlie trendies; the charges of the French soldiers; the thrilling hand to hand coufWcts ami the thrust ol bayonets; (he murder of Uie shells; the great guns in action; Hie tauka; the attack by JUjuid fire; the: charged COLONIAL NOW "THE WONDER SHOW OF MON. PLAYING ALLTIME? "SVRTASSWC TONIGHT at 8'30 SECOND CHAUTAUQUA ATTRACTION WALLACE GRAHAM PRESENTS THECASTLE SQUARE One of the Most Versatile Concert Company1! EVer Seen_. Here; MHJE5IIC2 FRIDflYII j THE NATIONAL PRODUCTIONS CO. OFFER A Romance of tljc World War That Goes to1 Every HeSrt "THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND" A TRIBUTE TO LOVE TALE OF.ROSE TIME A COMEDY .DRAMA IN. FOUR LONG, LAUGHING ACTS ________ V '_______________________ .._____________ COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION SPLENDID CAPABLE CAST Prices., SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY .NOT A MOTION RICTUHE XTHE SWEETEST DOVE STORY EVER TOLD THE GREATEST SPECTACLE Created on the Battlefields of FT WITH COMPANY'S PWN ORCHESTRA Matinee Daily at 2.15: Children'___... 25c Nights at 8.15 60C, 75c, EMPRESS-3 AUTHORIZED FILM "VERSION OF LIFE AND WORKS OF COLONEL THEODORE ROOSEVELT "the FIGHTING THIS REAL LIFE DRAMA OF THE STRENUOUS WAS PRODUCED WITH HIS PERMISSION AND PRESENTED BY H'lS APPROVAL. I DAYS........ STARTING j THE EVENTS THAT MADE HIM FAMOUS t vi' The (raits (hat wadu him loved, tbe. virilc'-personolli put him on' Ihe troiil of Iho ,anrt made "undesirable Americans" and "mtleladors of great, d'usp.tspil in ,ttils 'i'alhos, Life al Us'fullesl. "Tlic Stranjeil Kiclion is Truth." THE SCREEN'S HERITAGE One of Theodore Roosevelt's Last Acts Was His Final Ap- provil JTlhe Screen Version of His Life and Works. It is Called "The Figrriing and it to be Seen at the Theatre, Starting Today. The Story of Roosevelt's Life fs a Mighty --j Beyond Compare. N Drama, Humor, Ambition, History, Moral Won. dtrfut Picture for Inspiration and Delightful Entertainment. Roosevelt's Slup at kaiser Shown In FJIm of Life. Motion Picture'Story. of His Career Reveals How He Fore- ed Huns to Quit Venezueil SPECIAL ORCHES- TRA i NO ADVANCE IN PRICES for tkis Special Attractita The Sitry o< RMM- Lift b a Miffcty Be- A at 23-. ,roujLh insn t ffRMs wltii, bull (loir oou'.agc ifinciiy .vlclof ngaldat (rcniendwia York police rtcpl. Ihe shock ofll's ti? way, hftTipfiiicd fast and Hfc -la Iho worldlfl'.niosl mtitnl .mctton ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS M ACTION IN SCREEN STORY OF CAREER OF THEIR ORGANIZER "THE FIGHTING AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE SHOWS HOW TEDDY LED THEM IN BATTLE. Scenes of thex-famoti3 Roosevelt Kongh Hiders In acliou arc1 a part of .Iho hjstorjcal Incidents in ilThe Fl Iny the anthorizpii vers- Jon of the' life ivrirka of tho forni- er Miown, tit 'lie KntfrisltfJtjitMH, starling IMiay. V' "TMs'pTficM nllMetloiiT which Is rljoallzcd history of tho career of Colonel .HaosovcK. shows not only manner In wnlch (he lah 'Mr. Koosevclt. theii Iho Assislan; Secretary of Iho. Navy, rccniitdl tils regiment of. Hough Illcierx frorn ihe plains of .tlic but-also !he, of 'fougM. .and Ihe pteins. m enqueues tlity In their SAverfll durlnc (be SMB lad-America ii War. ATTEND THE MATINEE AND AVOID: THE NIGHT CROWDS "THE FIGHTING ROOSEVELTS" PICTURIZATION OF MANY FACTS W iftENT'SUFE. r SHOWS THEODORE'ROOSEVELT'S CAREER AS BOY, YOUTH AND MAN-FAMOUS MEN PORTRAYED. When ymi sco "Tlic Fighting [fie Xavy. and" (itrally as at Ihe Kniprcaa Theatre, stnrt- Mng lodsy. as the nnllibrfecd version of Ihe life and worts of Colcne) Theodore Kocscvelt. you will witness TI lilstory cnocled vith surprising flrtelily (o facls, and porlrayed by aci' ors whose likenesses to the famous! men of Roosevelt's political life are celebrated Aniericaiifl as Pres- McKlnlcy, Mr. Roosevelt of, the clays when lie New Vork's-poUco commissioner, when he was'a.mem her of the N'fiyv York slate legislature, later as Asalslan! Secretary of Admiral Sllns In the dnys when he was a jmiioi' lieutenant in the N'avy, (Jencral John J, Pcrshlng at the time when hi ranlicil only as n Major Genera! Leonard -early In his military eareer, and many other men whosi names arc written large in tho political and military life of 'the country, .are represented by actors whose resemhlancca to their nroto- tynVs nroV almost indistinguishable fruui the original characters them solves. Exhaustive Search for Types Theatre patrons will havo no mcin.4 of IcnrnlnB. froni tlio completed pro- duction of "The Fighting Hi? ureal amount of search and iw- Hence, that were required to loc'Me actors who tiuallfled and In (Hilly to "enact the roles as- were necessary before William Nigh, sigued them. WecVs of inTMtijition who directed the picture, found a man to play the -part of KooMTcIt as 'Governor Xow York ks the President. An aclor with i ly strong rescrabltncs to Wlrflwn Me Kluloy was discovered only director and his staff kad alxnt tip all hope of. saccess.