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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta It is au unusual story, gripping and showing the development of mass meeting Ja too Leilngton NEW YORK, Dec. Boland, TffE LETHfiRmRE OLJ Off AIDAV, DECEMBER 31, theatre, where "The Law of the Yu- kou" is the principal .-.ttractlon, show- Ing at the Empress today anj tomor- row. the director ol this screen classic, has admirably adapted lines of the He De-Valera had accomplish- SnV.ppUr.U fa tjeS'lleV on accepted on faith. He proved ed a lairveloas feat ia circumventing arnounMiMnl that' blmsait a hero io ciany and fate- will- the British blockade about Ireland to the country a that hU ererj'-Ssy deeds should Th, whic'h he Into ,dimcultle.. _His iroith seve'-al branches of "Friends ot Irish Freedom" have passed resolu-j lions demanding that tho money col-! lected to tho Unite i States through! tha tale of "Irish republican" bonds Euwld be sent to Ireland Immediately., lere'd never'has been explained. w blcn will. be present- ed at fcortntal .dd la many respects most brll- llaiii comedy, "Tho Law Dlvlae.' The eminent position both artists hold on the English st ge today, their remarkable record of successes scor- ed. Had their widespread popularity (is gifted luterpretens of the best type of English comedy, constitute suffl-j cleat guarantee of quality of the per-' Ipiinaace. Mr. Esmond haa brought li'ith him from London the entire com- pany and production tutact from Wyndhara's 'thenlre, where U attain- ed, a remarkable popularity through- out a long run. story deils with, a problem that has arisen iu country which entered the war on the aide of the temporary estrangement between a husband and wife who have married for a number of years. _ JnJTTh'a.Law. Divine" the i meul Is caused through the wife hav- i ing plunged into all sorts of war work land.women's movements and having i thereby oealecicd her home Ideale, 1 tvliU- tho result that when her hus- band- returns to ;Jjondon.. from the trenches to work" at the War Of- fice the old domestic Weals gone. two drift apars and-each seeks sui.sce along the usual Hues la (roles which them perfectly, and such caHw. Eventually, when a sterrs Imminent, tho wife realizes thai tho only way in which.the can regain and keep'her husband's love U to restore the old Ideals and ad- here to them. Mr. Esmond and Miss Mooro have the comedy'affords them portunity for the display of their really brilliant gifts. .11, is rich In pithy sayings, ecintlllaut wit, and pungent but 'kindly philosophy of the type. mada so peculiarly hie own. Ta a "THE LAWVDIVINE- --'-COMING 'TO MAJESTIC 'A ol al Interest la promised at the Majestic, Friday 7, and S.j ot the New York reviewers.on Theda when MrU. V. Esmond i tho brilliant' liara's production ot "Kathleen Engish playwright and actor, and his j ol! fields, was leirnedx today when Major C. MacLaurin. superintendent Of the Jericho air statinn, staled that he had received advices from Ot- tawa to hav- three boats ready for ahlpmcnt In the-spring. Two big boats are already in the Jerichi led. But, are other outstanding features entirely but of tie ordinary in "No- 'mads of. the North." One is the amaz- ingly clover "acting of tOTcral anim- als, notably a bear and a dog, pals the thrilling story and the liangars They will be assembled olher )a a whlch !s once, two more will'arrive with- in-the new few weeks.' These boats are ot the type used in tne North Sea war. They are capable of carrying.fourteen passengers, in tion to considerable gear. doubtedly the', very acme of realism. An portrays the various leading roles, Beity Hlythe, Lon% Cha- ney, Lewis Stf-ns and Spottlswood. Aitkenibelng stellar lustre aid Major MacLanrin has no definite j to.u.e '5UCC655 bJ thf.plsy. L "Noarid Information as to how the boats will he taken into but believes that they will bo shipped y believes'-thai.-they will be. shipped by there re-assembled and under their own .power, will coatiuue the journey. In the meantime they wfli be assem- bled at the Jericho hangars, tested to "see lhat every part Is in good work- ing order, every section and bolt Bum-; 1 bered, after which they wilt ihe strip' pad and precared- of tia North" la the few playa which Will ho enjoyed as thor- oughly hy every child as it will be hy 'every: man'and woman. It IE replete with that sort of heroic virility which inspires one with'the desire to get rlght_np_and cheer. Indeed, It is one j Ot ot ihS decade! HIGH COSTS FORCES MORNING PAPER AT WINDSOR TO QUIT Sis. Cities Star carried .todar.on its front page the following publishers', notice. which reads in part: 'Triday mornins's e'ditlon ;bf the Sun '.was the last t.hat willbe publish' The abnormal cost of .prodiic- tionvTnalies It.inippssible to continue- tha_moming edition of thn Dorder Cities Star any longer. The-paper was Neither- money nor effort wns spared, to make It a: worthwhile newspaper, tut' apparently there. 'is no room In this for, two prpsresslvft papers" i llmisof Tfee James Oliver AT, EMPRESS MONDAY HpLWAY VAUDEVILE AT COLONIAL TODAY .AND SATURDAY Holiday nakers will find plenty to enlortaln'them at the Colqplal thea- tre today and Saturday' (New Year's Dayj, for the big Hippodrome vaude- ville show1 is all ready and' waiting to start the fun. i on are the Four Harmony Girls, a quartette ot won-, brotisly pretty, (md .clever girls, who may-well he styled "saxophonists su- !preme." .They'will offer, an elaborate; musical'act, beautifully; staged. The jjlrls rwlir'dlsplay somov magnificent costumes, .'and''on the' sheer musical, ability they'possess will be a tremen- .dous_.hiV..here. _.. ,.'_..'_ of nifty -entertainers will be heard In their 'clever comedy', "Fva at the a neat, little, sketch. ''Bunny' givl will .offer her brilliant dancing specialty act .Jlurray'and Irwln, a couple of clav- er ths tltlp of "Whistlers From Birdland" will round but' the vaudeville on-ihe' bill with a navel l' Frank Mayo In. "Hitchln1 a dramatic-feature, tnd Jimmy Au- breT'In and: Fodder-" a Vita- graph'special comedy will complete. (the .show. Special attention is dravn to the holiday matinee on New Year's after- Pne 'oi the most Important screen Rtfractlons.of the.cuner.t season will he' shown al: the Em press next week beginning Monday. It ia none other -of. .the Ndrth" by James Oliver Curwoorl. author ot ''Back- to God's Country" EMPRESS-Moi -Tues. Meet Neewa the bear, and i Brimstone, the pup Out of the canoe, over the r'apfds, into Ihe injart of the and scrapping like the best ol friends, thro'ugli rerll nnd''forest Are you'll follow their ,trabkB laugh and the tracks bt the men, women and wild beasts of back- ,woods, leading to the Big with'.the Blgnr-ss of .the North I Lon CharjeV Lewis Stone Betty Blythe .Falling Leaves remind that'Fair is ,why not fall in line and us! Special for Friday tper'pound PEANUT per pound OLD COUNTRY PEPPERMINT TLA1N per'pound SALTED per pomul............. TOASTED' MAIiSHv MALLOW, per pound... par pound per pound 30c 25c 25c 25c 40c 40c 35c 40c Come in and See Our Toy Animals Tl KEITH 60S AVE. SOUTH PLAYING AT I THE MAJESTIC THEATRE The Arlie Marks' Stock company opened-their week's engagement at I the 'Siajestic theatre, and'gave an j excellent evening's entertainment to tha audience :Vhich camo I out on lhoN6penIng night. "AVhcro the River Shannon was offered by tba company as the play of the.even- ing, and proved to he a dramatic [four act play, full of lenso moments and melodramatic situations. Each member "of the company supporting Miss Arils -Harks herself, gave ex- cellent portrayals ot the different i v-Especial mention Is .worthy of "the presented by the dlffer-ent hiemtfers of the company, f.botwcen the acts of the play. The j-'vuurlovlllp Is a whole show In Itself, 1 Salona, the mysterious mind reader 'and Iclepathlst, gave a convincing demonslratlou of her powers. Haver- ly the Great, an. unusually clever j handcuff king expert was seen in a I clover exhibition. I Local theatregoers may look for- Iward to R rare week's entertainment I at the Majestic whilst the Arlle Marks 'company are, there, and may be as- eured of plenty to entertain tliem any night in the week. Tonight end Saturday matinee, the great drama, will be offered, and on Saturday night Oliver Morosco's delightful comedy success, "Tho Brat" will bo tho play. f "fie Law of The A New Screen Classic S'.lrrlng Story of the Early Days bf tha Klondike When Men Fought for Gold Lovers of Iho great outdoors admirers ot the poetry ot Hor.ort Scrvfce are packing the Empress 1 TONIGHT AND TOMORROW GrtEAT HOLIDAY ATTPACTION ROBERT SERVICE'S GREAT POEM "THE IE YUKON" No finer picture ever presented In Lethbridge. mm TODAY arid SAT. Greatest Bill Ever Seen Here. CIRCUIT VAUDEVHM Extra Special Headllne'Art iTha FOUR.HARMONY MAIDS Saiaphonlsts Supreme. 12. a, beautifully staged musical BUNNY MARTIN The Athletic Novelty Girl. MURRAY and IRWIN "Whistlers from Blrdland" ED. AND GRACE i McCONNELL In "Fun at the Piano." FRANK MAYO In v. "HITCKIN1 POSTS" :A Positive Dramatic Sensation. x JIMMY AUBPEY In "FISTS AND FODDER" A Hearing, Rollicking Hiot of SPECIAL HOLIDAY >IATINEE SAT. AT 2.30 2 Shows Nightly, 7 and 9 Sharp Mattheo 50cv, nlchts 60c. ,25c. This .Is without question the banner vaudeville event of the season. f NEXT MON. TUES. THEDA BABA In Ute lutii rt t Irish DON'T MISS IT Mark tho dates down and arrange your parly. FRIDAY SATURDAY JANUARY.7th 8Lh; 1921 WITH MATINEE SATURDAY THE NOTABLES OF THE ENGLISH STAGE j And their entire, original London Com'pfeay, direct fromWyndham's Theatre, in Mr, Esmond's delightful English Society Comedy YE OLDE FIRMB Heintzman Co. Pianos It is as easy ib'bjfy a'high grade Piano as it is to invest your money in one of inferior quality. -you are. in_the market for_a.Piano., and-not familiar, Tvith the superior tone qualities'of this famous Piano, wite.pr call for our catalogs and1 prices.. We shall be pleased'to furnish you the necessary information that ,Heintzmari Go. Pianos have no equal. Heintzman Co. Limited Home of the Vlctrola, Sonora and Brunswick Phonographs and Victor Records; "403 5th Street Alberta PHONE 582 P. J. ,REAT HOLIDAY SHOWS TONIGHT AT 8.3O ARLIE MARKS .Daughter pt Tom Marka, Canada's foremost comedian, AND HER ASSOCIATE PLAYERS IN A REPER- TOIRE OF LATE DRAMATIC SUCCESSES TONIGHT MATINEE THE GREAT DRAMATIC SUCCESS "OUT YONDER" SATURDAY NIGHT- 'OLIVER'MOROSOO'jS GREAT SUCCESS" uTHE BRAT" VAUDEVILLE AND PLAYS CHANGE NIGHTLY Biggest and Best Stock Company. In Canada. X Popular BIG SPECIAL NEW YEARTS DAY Seats-on sale at box office dally.. "Box office upen from 1 till 10 p.m. dally. Seats may be reserved.for any. performance during week. Note: The play will be staged at the Majestic on the above dstes EXACT- LY AS STAGED OVER 400 TIMES BY MR. ESMOND IN LONDON. Mail orders for seate now being received by Mr. Len S. Brown, manager. Majestic-Theatre, Lethbridge. Sat. SEAT SALE OPENS NEXT TUESDAY, 10 A. M. v TONIGHT Blanche Sweet IN "Helii Wanted Male" She had cut In on romance and adventure on a busy wire be- fore. But now her heart wires were tangled. She had ''wrong num- "busy and "call you later." 'So, bravo heart, she sent out the S.O.S. lo nil'males. Could- she beat Cupid? Harold "Humber, Special THE PHOENIX WISHES ALL ITS PATRONS A 'PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ;