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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HAUK KHJHT THE LETHSfclPGE THURSDAY, DECEMBEH FLASHES--- From The Wires FIFTY THOUSAND IDLE WITH FORD PLANT CLOSED DETROIT. Deo. EDMONTON FLYERS HELD UP FORT SNE1.L1NG, Dec. SO. weather prevented the seven aviators and mechanics, a party flj ing two machines 'aits. miking It a continuous performance from start to flnisb. The Montreal, HalUax and Kinsston papers say. that their Journey. .The aviators. siatiouea The Arlle Marks Company has moro El the government sir mall landlug! PfP. variety aod mora persoa- field wre praying for enow to- -among performers any that the? may put sleigh run- j Beea this srasoa. and aa a nors to uso in hopping off. Otherwis e uw. _ as made today by the Kent Motor tomorrow they win' mate get- Marks well T i. priced traction J, srtor. company that Its Highland Park plant which closed December 24 for luven- itory will not rsopea January 3. as planned but will remain closed inde- finitely. Fifty thousand are oat of work as a result. C.P.R. GETS OIL FOB B.C. DIVISION VANCOUVER. ment was maile hy. the Canadian Paci- fic Hallway today, through K. W. Pet- era, general superintendent for Brit- ish Columbia (hat the British Coluiu- Ma been able to make a satisfactory contract with the Union 'Oil company for fuel oil for 1811. away with nx.nt. equip- ARRESTED ALLEGED FATHER IN HILDA FOOTE CASE Pert Paragrams About'The law Of the Yukon" Empress Today performances reason. SASKATOON. Dec. Wanted in connection with tho case of Hilda Foote, aged 20, of Kdmonton. vrho strangled hor neivborn ichrio" and threw the body In i furnace at a Io i j c the'French widow of a Russian, and hinted it a dark and hidden past. Leoni hoped snch procedure.would. lomeihtnK axd it did, but not 'xactly wluit Blanche Sweet expected a "Help tho roman- atic comedy ahowlng at the Phoeulr 'or two days Friday and Saturday. It's a Jesse p. Hampton-Pathe feature( with Henry King acting as director and leading man. and 9 I AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT The Arlle Marks Stock Company endorsed by both press and public to he the best stock company on the road! this season, will ojien their engage-' meht at the Majestic tonight. This company, has toured Canada lonpr Night shows will 'start at i sharp. MYSTERIOUS WOMAN WITH PAST SEEKS HUSBAND With a trunk bulging -vWh five hundred dollars" "worth of clothes, the same amount of ihon'ty :n her'purse for expenses, and spirit of.'adyen; lure aided and abetted by-a more' or than any company in Canada and has! always had in store for its patrons many, surprises different from the us- ual class ,-oi entertainment. Arlle Marks, has with her this season, a performers of both Vaude- ville and Dramatic that are unsurpass- ed by any attraction on the road this season.' Miss jfarics has In her reper- toire" of plays 'such well known sue: cesses as "The Oliver Morocco's, to Peg O My Heart f Where 'he Blver Shannon Flows I 'Out "Why Women Divorce.' I "Peg 0' SSy "The Game, 'The Broken "The Girl HBf Couldn't "45 Minutes From and several other 'plays that are metropolitan successes. Among the feature vaudeville is Madame Salona, the girl with a thous- and eyes, who knows, hears, sees and tells all This little laoy 1 the tjlk of the cbimtry and known to he the seventh Canadian .wonder. The Great only." man in existence who ever] made his escape 'from Sing Sing prison1, on a wager.: He defies', the police and unites officers to bring] their articles of detention Hale and Lambe the chatterbox duo in latest songs and patter Bart Crawford who, sings to beat the band Perrm ,he bov with the educated n Hunting for a rich :r "To attract yon- must lie a feet piano. Anna Iiynqh( mistress of the One feature of the Arlto Marks HOW JUSTICEJORM GOLD CITY Stirring Climax in Charles Miller's Great Screen Drama, 'The Law of the Empress, Now Playing. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL KITE AT COLONIAL In addition to the exceptionally good show at the Colonial, tonight will be Country Store Yodvil Nile' with IU fine array of prises and gifts. Patrons are respectfully asked to attend earlly aa-possiblo ia order to secure "Pirate the new serial is also being shown tonight tor the last times. THE DA' BARA COMING TO COLONIAL NEXT WEEK iN "KATHLEEN VMAVOURNEEN" Theda Bara, best known as the vam- pire of the screen, has achieved the greatest success ot her career in a character entirely new to her, that of the title role -in "Kathleen Mavour- tho big Fox special which be shown on Jlouday and Tuesday next at the Col onial .theatre. Miss Sara's impersonation ot the Irish colleen, who is the Lerolna of the beautiful Jove poem by Mrs. Julia the Irish poetess. Is utterly charming, if stamps this star uade- TONIGHT (THURS.) Country Store A glorious time for the ?5.00 iii cash? 1st prize. Silver Toast, prize. And a host pi: other gifts, BIG SPECIAL SHOW TONIGHT 'THE GIFT SUPREME" "PIRATE GOLD" Comedies arid Orchestra. Usual Prices'. FRIDAY AND SAT. THIS WEEK Greatest Bill Ijvor Seen Hero Morgan Kleath editor of the' Golri City NngEett" and the most popular WBiuent ot the far north mining camp, tad'been arrested, charged wilh bracking the safe in Tim Meadows' donco ball and stealing 'the gold left Jhere for safekeepinK. J. Circumstantial evidencs pointed itrongiy to him as the. guilty man. i, Mpaa recalled that the comblu ation of the safe WEB lost Kleath had Tpluritcered to open it and actually succeeded 'In'.doing so. At the time, uyuis ov. m. vu uy tuo i dotopiay Corp- one his enemies had remarked that oration and will he the be'able to'prove an aiibl by telling where he spent the night when the rqbberjTVaa committed. This he re- fused to to mid this incident furnish- es a stirring climax in Uharlea Jill- ler's master Ecre'en drama of the'great based on Robert W. Ser- vice's poem, "Ths Law of tho Yukon." It in a virllo and gripping recital, the .deep loves and deep hales of those -srho fought the frozen North and conquered It. x "The Law of the Yukon" Is present- ed by the Mayflower Photoplay Cpfp- only a yegg -was capable of such {eat. His many friends believing In Ills Innocence, hoped that Kleath would traction at the' Kmpress today. Another number 011 the billwlll be the Mack-Senhett comedy, Weaken." CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE Extra Special Headline Ait The FOUR HARMONY MAIDS. x- Snxaphonlsta Supreme. In a beautifully staged musical BUNNY MARTIN The Athletic Novelty Girl. MURRAY and IRWIN "Whistlers from BIMland" ED. AND GRACE McCONNELL In "Kun at the Piano." FRANK MAYO In "HITCHtN1 POSTS" A Positive Sensation. JIWMY AUBREY In "FISTS AND FODDER" A Roaring, HolMc'ring niot of EXTRA SPECIAL .HOLIDAY MATINEE SAT. AT 2.30 2 Shows 7 and 9 Sharp Matlntes COo; nights Children: 25c. is question the banner vaudevMIc .event of the season. NEXT WON.' TUES. 8 THEDA BAM A Ww "Where the River Shannon played by Arlle'Marks I PI'W" Majestic Thealrs, Dec, 30th, DON'T MISS IT Mark the dales -down and arrange your FRIDAY-SATURDAY She had cut-in on; romance .and adventure on a busy wire be- fore. 'W- But BOTV her heart wires Vere tangled. Shohnd g num-. "busy and "call yoii later Jo, brave she sent ant the S.O.S. to all maleE.J Could Ehe beat LAST TIME TODAY Betzwooil .Film Co., 1'fesents LOUIS BENNISON IN "SANDY BURKE OF THE U-BAR-U" By J. Allen Dunn. Directed bylra'M. Lowry. How they and in the Land of Do clably as au aciress capable of inter- preting faithfully a wide of roles. Miss Bara long has been a fav- orite with 'tho .imong motiou picture fans, anil no doubt that her work as Kathleen will estab- lish her moro firmly than ever In the hearts of her admirers.. Since Miss Bara first appeared in "A. Fool There she has been starred in more than thirty Fox suc-i cessos, including "La Belle "When Me a t'A'.Womfu There "Tha "East "Under 'rwo "The Darling of "Camille." "Lady Audley's ''The Two and "Eomio and Juliet." FAMOUS ACTOR SAYS CLEAK PLAYS ARB NEEDED An important declaration upon the present need of the English stage ivas made in an exclusive interview grant- ed, by: Mr. H. V. Esmond, tho distin- guished English dramatist and actor, who will be sten lyith his wife, Miss Eva.Moirt, England's leading Corne- ll enne, in, "Tho Law one ot Ills own. tho Majestic theatre OB Friday and Saturday, Jab. 7 and s. "Tho public In Mr, Esmond, are of anything that sug- gests sex-drama. They have had enough and to spare of iL They do not want it, and 1 (io not think-they .willlever give it auy ertensivo'ea- couragement again. they do want, what they ap- preciate and are.willing Ib 'pay ihelr good money for, is clean urYmaV.They want io be made to Uuigh, They want the .sort of play they can tako their and children to, and tuat they '.caln-go away from feeling that they been made to see the bright side ofjife, the best side of humauitv, and .the most human sort of truth. can be continued -Mr. Esmond, is ripe for .the presentation on the. English- speaking stage, iiot o'nly'in'Ooeat Bri- tain, but also in Canada and vhtrever j Biosphere, Inculcates a the Ijuglish language is spoken, and leaves behind none but the that breathes wholesonje at- pleasant memories.. GREAT HOLIDAY One Entire Week, Starting Tonight ARLIE MARKS Daughter of. Tom Marks, Canada's foremost comedian, AND HER ASSOCIATE PLAYERS IN A REPER- TOIRE OF LATE DRAMATIC SUCCESSES OPENING PLAY TONIGHT "WHERE THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS" A-beautiful Irish comeflv in four acts. VAUDEVILLE AND PLAYS CHANGE' NIGHTLY 1C o HAVERLY -The Handcuff King, Bring your handcuffs and he will es- cape from thorn, BERT CRAWFORD The boy with a bis baud-voice. AND PERR1N 8ongs and Dances HALE AND LAMB Comedy makers. And others. Biggest and Best' Stock Company fn-Ca'nada. Popular 51.00. BIG SPECIAL7 HOLIDAY MATINEE NEW YEAR'S DAY Stats 6n sale at box office dally. Box office.bpen from 1 till 10 prd daily. Scats may bs reserved for sny performance during week. PHOENIX THURSDA Y-FRIDA Y-SATUKDA Y LOOK! LOOK! HE IS HERE! IN THE COMEDY SPECIAL "NUMBER, PLEASE" HAROLD.... LLOYD COMEDY KING of the Silver Screen ONE OF THE.MQST.IMPORT- ANT THEATRICAL EVENTS !M THE PAST FEW YEARS WILL BE THE'V'ISIT TO THE MAJESTIC j, FRl SAT., Jan. 7-8 (With Slallneo Of the the English H. V. ESMOND and EVA tlieir entire, original J.ON- DON' COMPANY, dircef from Wyiirlrram's Theatre, In Mr. Ks- mond's clcllghttul Kiigllsh So- ciety .Compily, 'Tl f IheLaw.Divme- Note: Tlio play will ho slag-. cil at the Jlnjoslic on tho abovo ilatea EXACTLY. AS .STAGED OVER 400 TIMES BY MR. ES- MOND IN S.ONDON. Mall orders for seals now ba- ins received by Mr. !.cn 8. Brown, manager. Majestic Thea- tre, -_ EMPRESS WHERE EVERYTHING IS-FIRST AND, AS USUAL, BIG. TODAY AND TOMORROW 60 AND 40c; AND 50c. A CHARLES MILLER PRODUCTION Story Based on the Poem By I'uhllshcd liy Daras Hopkins, New. York City, N'.Y. Dr, Meredith Servqd Humanity and Neglected t His Wife. There arc always scoundrels lying ir, vMit for such a wife. Mrs. Meredith met HER villain. How. dici she fare with him? "THE Or THE YUKON" tells mcny atarflinfl IfiJuds Illo In Yukon; it p'alr.U'tho good at ill which existence In the' North unerringly brings and ex- poses the bad with a grim realism. Tht depletion! are fear- therefore, mighty criterlalnlng. A screen ''clsjsic' to be discussed and remembered, f SEE IT AT THE EMPRESS TODAY ADDED ATTRACTION, M ACKiSGI-iNETT COMEDY, "DON'T ;