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: 14

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DKCliMimU 27, 1ULU vine DAILY PAGE FIVR V7LL VERY HIGHLY PRAISED FILM, "THE MIRACLE OPENS AT EMPRESS THEATRE MON. o See big or "Tlie Miracle Mart" at Empress Theatre, on Pass 5, Photoplay Has Been Much Discussed, and Will Impress Lelh- bridge Inspiring and Profoundly Heart-Stirring Production.- "Tlie Miracle the ainaiins uway. Kvorywhcre it has; been jshown photoplay ot which so much thai Is u good nod wholesome bus foeeu said MONDAY'S "HIP" VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL ARE BIG TIME ACTS Manager Lcn Brown Is Advised By "Hip" Circuit Tlist New Show Js a Winner. written ,of which so many critics have That Lathbridee Ibtatregcer-i iippa- elate tiituilainmcnt thzit U vario-i and versatile in preference lo a straight moving picture show Is amply stnued every Monday and Tuesday at Cu'oniul Ihentro thows coiae Ui 'own. And. j v j which U'itl Lu oftet't'C at the j and gives prom- f of all ConiUT vauOovitle m lliis ciiy, tor L' Unjgi'r I has recelu-d advk-rs ILOIH the make ibo bill which will o offered on Monday. Foremost on lha bill vrill he Iho offering of hung V. Vuf-n and Com- pany, the Itimous Ork'ittal wonder- uorkcrs. The (incut ami most etiige ever sn the Co- tpnlcl Etaffe Is by [his act. Tons of marrelloua illusions and et- (Contluued on Page Klevon.) and cougijit illations, mrls'a weeks' engagement the ______ Theatre, an engagement which promises to establish a now re- rwnl in the nuuttJs of Lethhrldge's i'hotoplay history. "Tiie screen ilrama has the as 0110 critic baa written "of being HI arllslii: and moral acliiovement." It Is a miracle picture. The theme of the story is of i-le- menta! simplicity, yet It IB as .com- plex n's the human heart: It Is ns modern as yesterday's- news, yet it ts ye old as the Rockies. U is the of tlia story and its tell- Jug tliat makes the picture's anpeal to striking. It would be possibia to the entirn story in two scinencc's, yot "the, message underlying could noL lie- convcyott in words covcritis many pages. There is a wonderful magnetism if this theme of ''The Miracle Man" which lies in its scenes of bcaiity and tranciulllty no less than in those nr sordldness and fero- city. Its passion is masterful, but its quietude and simplicity Is irresistible. Miracle Man" will steal into your heart Kkn tin exquisite poem, and will livo In your memory like a haunting me tody. Artfalic piiotoplay is today no ex- ceptional thing. Acting, which the magi? of tho camera can Into visualized emotion is not im- usual. Uut Jn "The Miracle ''Man" the arts of human nnd mechanical rcpresentalioti bare been blended by genius a new accomplishment. Ororge Losne Tucker, the producer of r this picture, has nil but photo- Hraphed human thought: One sens portrayed on the screen that conflict between gocul and evil which la the es- i sent is I ursma ot (be spul ol all hu- man existence. See MJracle Man" and live a wonderful life In an li, hour. So broad is ite lesson, so far-reach- ing is Its scope, tbal mere words ut- terly fail in attempting a description vi this masterpiece of screen art. Dig adjectives have been used In the past for iiniisuibl photoplays have come nnd, gone, and tbo same words will be used In the future lor coming productions oMho screen. In thy'case of "Tlio Miracle words nrl adjectives fall short of their the picture must bo seen to be understood. Have ifaith In (his xoaounrilng1' statement, lhat George JLo'ane Tucker's tremendous romance, "The Miracle is Urn most 'antl heart-stirring production of Loll' times. It makes your within you. It dial- Kjidjjonce to sise this living drama burning itself into your hearts without being moved to tears and to "Tlie Miracle is a'wonderful Jitory of how a dope fiend, a MagtLn- Jon, a faktr, tlie dregs ani tile of Itie ur.dc'rvrorld was find themselves through (ailli. "Tbo Miracle Man" ia in Uthbrldgc H the f-Tmpress four Onya next weal; Coming from Calgary, where it brok llieatre 'records for a two-weeks 'run, it wlil-be on the Empress screen nml press reports rtbont the pic-lure secm'glOHfinjj enougl; to convince any jtholoplay fan of its worth. Seattle ED tntlmsetl over it that the ox i liililiing theatre, where is was showi for five vo'nhs on end, gave niidnlgb matinees to nccomnioilnto Ihe croivdF and then, thousands werO lurnei RED-BLOODED ftTORY A slory of rancti life In Arteoim and N'ew Mexico, it iiliouij'Js In thrilling siluallotis, in RUS- penseiul moments and afi'ords the tlar a wonderful opportunity for fast riding, 'shooting and roping. Such S. Hart's new Artcraft pic- ture "StiuftTO Ueal which Is on ylow at the Starland Theatre (o- nlgUt .Korly-elgtii people, JnHudfng a lot of real punchers from the ranges ot tiin weal, appear in the sccnea. he story has liean Juld. CrovvJa from opening ta closo hate tho theatre., and tho same- story will QTARLANH All ProJuctloni H J MONDAY AND TUESDAY TONIGHT ONLY (Saturday) "Tht of the MONROE SALISBURY The Glorious Tnle California 'THE SUNDOWN TRAIL' Her gambling debts tipou her! Hold- ers of her I. O. U.'s make her life u tor- ture! Ruin her in this faco when her mother mnfccs a supreme sacrifice to save her. A mighty storj' daugbters' follies and hearts. I-'or YOU! By Gertrude Atiier- on Scenario Ijy Oui- da Ucrgere; Direct- ed hy George Fitz- man rice. "HAREMS AND HOKUMS" A tiro-part Vitajrraph Corned) THE; MIGHTY" Latest Elpfsodo Concert Orchestra LAST TIMES TONIGHT WM. S. HART "SQUARE DEAL SANDERSON" Tho Best Hart Picture Shown in the City. Two Reel Comedy and "TopTct ot the Day" MRS, THEODORE POSSUM 5 Well known In Loth-bridge mualc cir tte.% who laTiefl (ho pnrl'of "Poppy' Pre.non in th'a Mcillclno'Hul Dperntrc Society's production of "flan Toy bore on Year's Day, matincti nnt Big Ail Star Holiday Bill THE SEASON'S SUPREME ACT YUNG T YUENG AND COMPANY Oriental wonder-workers in an clnboratoly. stajcd and mystlfylna peHomance, Illusions galore. Special Scenic Production. Ten Tona ot Streets and Paraphernalia that dazzle tho eye. A TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR ACT HATS" You'll never oueas who this happy chsp [s. He's a real comedian, out to mske you laugh. LOUIE and LYDA Slnolnfl, Danclnst Talklnq Comeditnt THE VER3ATI LE COUPLE JACK GREY AND HELEN Vaudeville's Smartest Entertalnert, .Presentinj Their Snappy Duologue "A FIT OF WIT." Speclil Set ting. Orent Photoplay JEWEL CARMEN !n the delightful plioloplay "THE GIRL WITH THE CHAMPAGNE EYES" Six ads o( delight Prices NighU, Atluiis 50c CMldrer? 2Sc Matinee, Children, 10e THE L-KO BATHING GIRLS In their latest "seashore comedy" "A BATHING VENUS" FINEST ORCHESTRA IN SOUTHERN ALTA. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA 1 MPM iirrriF1 urn ni ir'F rN WrKr HrRrS AYl Lil 77 JuilLi lILil i Lil I I A Loius Bud A Perfumed Day Moonlight Nile A Woman's Wile. A Kiss A Wait Awhile. Soul of Egypt Heart's Desire, Veins Filled With Liquid Fire. A Longer A Serpent's Hiss Farewell, C L E P A T R A She knew no power but passion, rulers had been her playthings, thrones mere pawns in her The ruler of mighty Rome had come, looked upon her, and become her will- ing Her woman's wiles encircled him; be forgot his but Gpci of only God to whom she clothed in crimson her CLEOPATRA WITH THEDA BARA NextWednesday-Thursday-fridey-Seturday cost Caesar his throne to ecu Cleopatra. It will cost you ,only: MATINEE Children.................. 10s Adults 50c EVENING Children............... Adulta 5Dc "The Miracle Man" and Rosie from the Underworld JOSEPH BETT.Y.COMPSONI "THE MIRACLE This scene Is from "Tlic MlrooJc doclnred hj-TrlUnsJo: bo 'the grcnlesi Mm sensation la hlslory. arraDgC'S tfr ttio IHni lo niii gtarlfnj ;