Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL v THE LETHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD PHOTOPLAYS PAGE FIVK VAUDEVILLE Stewart Jakei Daring Risk to Make Scene In RtaltiUc. fHOW PLAYINQ AT THE EMPRESS NOTICE 4 v Additional will be found on Page Eltvtn. -J fj V despite Its antiquity, has a [reshaeaa and power all Its own. Juue. the "gSri from lands j lu tho rough town of Noine In ths j gold-seeking days, she has iisa cr-j on the voyajo to the port. lip- mediately ou her entrance on the sho Is caught up in a destiny which Involves a gang of crooks and also Denton, a gambler ond crook who rules Xomo. "Tie Curly the leader of the- eaftg, falls ta lore with her, and It Is not lone before all the others do likewise. Dentpn, however, remaina unchanged; and tne'connlct betvoeu the elemental forces o( good and evil is InteaslOed by the clash be- tween "the curly Md" and hU loyal makes a startling glc.ip on horseback over a broken rldgo above- a chasui, taking great In a i eerie from tho Ns- KoitAl special feature. "In Old Ken- In stars. Thla frcat American classic will bo shown at thri) Bmpress Theatre today .Thursday fend JVIday. I Tho bridge. 13 a drair over a ravine IOM than" 100 feet deep. But the' draw has baea wrecked. In tho etory 1-. Is necessary for Jllss Stewart to Icay over this broken draw to reach a man lying unconscious, in j the road far beneath her, where tho! ylllata has placed a dynamite bomb' him. The horce. upon which sho IE, at first refuses to nuko tUo jump, bul :he starts again, and spur-! thn utmost speed, rides' B raisht for the broken brMgo. Tim Jicree rises !o her spur 8Kd makes ibr. ;umn. nut It reaches'the opposite M-.'U By swell a' narrow margin Vrokci, bits cf ih3 bridge arc Kicked Us feet Into Iho chasm! Stewan'. admits that she frightenej, but liad iilcnce In the horse, as It had made flrtster leaps than {he one taken In f she picture, .though never such a danserous.oiie. Bairns scene clearly shown' In a nicturc, which is tho el, mi untutored girl. attfr r Jitr lite for lw Starling toulght at the Empress. THANK YOU! TO MAJESTIC THEATRE Ladles and Gentlemen: I wtih to thank you for the splendid reception you gave "The the MajMtlc Theatre night. Such support Ii Indeed encouraging., and I wish to you that no effort will be spared to bring to Lethbrldgg a larger num- ber of the best attractions which booked over tho Canada Theatrei Limited Circuit. MR. PERCY HUTCHISON, the eminent English supported by hit same of the Navy" Company, will be the next attrictjion at the Majestic Theatre on FRI- DAY AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK (April 9th and On this welcome return visit, Mr. Hutchison will present the delightful'comedy drama "GENERAL In which he for 14 months at the Haymarket Tlnatre, London. I give you the positive assurance that "General Post" wll' prove to; be one of the finest attractions I have ever been pKvllsged to offer you at the Majestic, and would urge you to. make early ressrvitlons of what seats you may require. The advance sale Is now on at Armstrong snd Jewellery Store, Following "General next attraction will be the visit of the distinguished actor, Mr. Tyrone Power, In "The" Servant In the on Friday evening, April 16th, and' April 17th, and In "The Little Brother" on evening, April 17th. Will those hundreds of Intending patrons who un. able.to' galnxadmission last night kindly accept my apoioglea. Thanking you, Yours very truly, (Signed) LEN S, BROWN, Mjnsger, Majestic Lethbrldae, henchmea and the "bow." Is no compromise possible, and Mr. uoue; his tale works out with the death both of the reformed the gambler. June, however, finds happiness In the lore of a man wuo has done much for her. "Tire Olrl From OutsJde" 1s an iftistlc picture; H has atmosphere, ac- -lou, logic, and beauty. NOW PLAYING! A MOTION PICTURE DRAMA TO COMBAT THE SOCIAL EVIL Presented under the auspices of the Hon. A. G. MacKay, Minister of Health for the Province of Alberta. The moml.of this film Is presented In forceful snd dramaitc style Is Intended to grip; It Is Intentionally strong that it may deeply Into the cohsolousneai of the beholder.. That this Is necessary to combat this growing evil proven by the statlstlcsln the possession of the Provincial Board of Heulth. For Men Only TQDAY and THURS. Matinee Dzaly at 2.30 Nights at and 9.00 ADMISSION 50c COLONIAL QUITE TRUEI wicWla Easle recently a list of bli ths under the "What thu Women ,Are Sioui Cily Journal. Thlsres broko Into ana robbed several freight cars on the Pcre .Marquette spur near Cemetery load, Chatham, carrying away a quantity STARLAND SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT, TOMORROW AND FRIDAY Yw Will Nevsr Know "What happened to "The Girl Prom Outside" irhfn tire crooks fell In lore with her at the tame time until you Girl From Ouisidc' PICTURE YOU WILL NEVER FORGET THE FINEST REX BEACH STORY SINCE "THE AND A GREATER PICTURE THAN THE LATTER IN MANY.RESPECT8. A THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED "SPECIAL." CHARLES LYNN, BEN TURPIN and MARIE PREVOST la a TT.-0-Ueel SKfeLSrllUlus Comedy 'NO OTHER TO GUIDE HIM" The Feature Will Start at) and Each Evenlnf. A Show at: Adults 35c; ChUdren Regular Prices fast'k n a Ilrat coriedhn a ra coriedhn Geneial Post ia a corned} uhkh i that man a t ,i J? Icst U V1CW ot a thrco perloda-hefore the w rd uftcr iml shows in a wh.rnslcal J Uio social changes which the great ionfUct prortticfj Mr Hutchison de malr anrt llkeible M sver with "n gioater oDportnnltj than The 1 1 ct the Jvav.v affortsd, wld ap- slar "If, supported, -by six his Queen's Thentro companj-, Elsie jStranach. Mildred Cot I el Aubrey f Maiher, Patrick U.dlow, Carry comb and A. P. Kaye. The play first Mr. Hutchison al the llnyniarkot theatre, London, Is Men- 'ic.il in every respect wllh tho ilon iir.otincllon. REX BEACH'S THRILLING STORY OF THE NORTH 'THE GIRL FROM OUTSIDE" NOW SHOWING AT STARLAND The influence, of a good woman on evil cliaiHiclera is an old lalo mitl tconnrlo. It begin ln tho dim mysterious nges and continues linabnt- ed-hecalise it is a. true, authentic in. fliicnce.. The danger 1, that In pro- EonllnB If, banalities both of spirit and or action will-perforce emanate from the author: But Ror lleach In -his now plctitro, "The Girl From has ahlllfully the line just v.-hon noceasary 50 that his theme .FRIDAY MIGHT ANOTHER BIQ NIQHT THE ORIGINAL Country Store Vodvil Better and Rrlglitor Than Kver. FIRST Silver Chafina Dish. 2nd In cash and On3 Hundred Other Valuable Come Early USUAL PRICES EMPRESS Adults 4Oci Children lOc THRILLS, AND MORE MORE THRILLS The Beloved Play That Haj Thrilled and Delighted for Twenty-seven Years. A Picture of the Daring Deeds in "Old Land of Beautiful Women and Fearless Men. the Madge i Queen Bees from burning barn. Madge's fight for her I fe and. honor with a pitchfork against Hoi- ien! Trs strikingly funny whare Madge brtngr. out the Mfiun- taln Oew, Madfle's of ths Ants! CLEAN, HUMAN HUMOR ;