Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, 1920 rm DML7 PACE FIVB 'DRAMA. PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS Ur lorfal ash markets were very dull icalu to- day and business of a light volume. There was a fair demand for oaU, but offering? small. Spreads report amonlderlng eyes and lhat hloori-rei sensitive mouth, is a girl of big, gen erona impulse, keen emotions, stron ambitions true artistic nente. Korma Tiimadga and all her schoo mate; were itafe sfraclc Only Norm was In deadlr earnest- Shs went t Ins Yitagraph tludlo obtained part. From Uial' tlrno on he rise has been rapid and Bn Norma's fame did not come Msily o fcegan it tho tery bo torn and worked bird. She glared a sorts of before grcntncsjt cam tlrlvlng lo "live the Wood 1 each character's RICH DISPLAY OF GOWNS, MAKE "OLD WIVES FOR NEW" MOST NOTABLE PRODUCTIO of in Plctu Reschsi .Spscial Cecil B, De Mlllt'i Photo- play a Marvel. thousand dollars' wor BRYANT WASHBURN Thi> it a fast and furtously Funny proposition, with all the original laughs multiplied ten fold. They itart on nothing and get rich. Also Rollicking Comedy t Chicago, appeared In person. Mr. I Ixwb gave a very. Interesting talk nrhlch ho illustrated with some fine motion pictures and slides. He appear- ed lit bathtnc costume, exactly as he worked at the Ksstland disaster. Mr. .oeb was accorded a fine reception >y tho big audiences, and with Lett- o being his first Canadian port ot call, ho will surely carry away a 'Ino irppressicm ut Canadian hospi- tality. The vaudeville proper started ott with a bans with the. appearance of Charles Fortune, a comical European Jugjler. It's not.so much what for- tune does, 'that makes the laughs, it's the way he does it. Ho Is a sura tire comedian. Next on the hill came Jim Chatham and Nahcourt In a Jina medley performed some whilst in mld-alr. remarkable feats comedy pictures and some :ine scenics rounded out the show, with :he usual fiuc orchestral music tho Colonial orchestra. i _____ This "Hip" show -n-lll bo entered Boy'Blue. Ho Peep. As in ilr. Whyle's former panlo- niIBM producllons. the uerformance wfll TK> divided In two parts, cbmprlB- fag eJ.cVcu scents in all. The first set- ting is that o[ the Village Blacksmith where Iho various characters. igaln tonight for the last timce, ani} Is decidedly worth to eeo. 'RED RiDlNO HOOD" AT MAJESTIC NEXT WEEK lack Uoru'ir, Tommy Tucker. Jack Stout, Marjorio Daw. Jack and Jill. 'eler j'iper, Old Mother Huhhard, Old rviag Cole, the' Palry (Juceu, and tho Weir aro iiilroduced. The one biggest event ill Canadian theatricals Ihli winter will ho P. Stuart-Whyte's fourih anuual tlon of Kngiish nanlorniiue. "lied Rid- ing which comes u> tho jestic for an engagement of two nights', ncit Monday and Tuesday, February 9 and 10. of song and They are a happy 'Mr. Whyto's compapy, which was team of fuumakers and went over "nicely, But, OB boy! when Frank Roberts Florence -Fulton came on the lage. Laugh? cimply roaredi Why the audience Florence Fulton is INE "HIP" VAUDSVILLE PACKS just about the funulest comedienne COLONIAL TO THE DOORS that ever appeared here. She Is a .Cue of tbo biggest and best "Hip" 'audevllle shows ever seen here was tfercd at the Colonial theatre last ight lo an audience that packed the hcalre to the doors at both perform- ances. The bill'Is full of new jiovel- les and afforded lots of enjoyment. As a special added attraction, Arthur oeh, the world-famous deep sea diver and hero of the. "Eastland" disaster riot. With her eccentric rnakc-up and costume sho gave the audience last night the biggest line ot laughs heard in tho Colonial tills season. Hoberts and Fulton, can come back here again any time. Lethbridge wants more fun like they provided last night. Alsace Lorraine Girls closed the show with a very, neat aerial trapeze act which'is .very nicely presented. They arc a team of shapely girls who assembled in England bist sumnjcr, ncluded some of tbo foremost mime 91 lists of the English are now on their first .Visit to Cnu- ada, where they willhe ivell remem- bered by thousands of returned sol- diers and others who have been In England during tho past several ycora In addition to" the two principals of Iho three .pieccdiu? pantomimes Miss Zara Clinton, who plays "Bov and Mr. John V. nard, who will be seen as "Old Hint there aro Miss Dorothy Mackie who will appear in the tHle- role; Mr Johnny Osborne, the famous "dime.' ns "Mother Ilubbard." and Mr. Wll llallett, tbo famous portrayer of uni inal from the D.-ury Lane LAST TIMES TONIGHT William Desmond 'The Prodigal Liar' Tills is a fine Western drama, that will keep you OH the seat cdso with thrills "PAY YOUR DUES" Comedy, and "THE GREAT GAMBLE'' "FOREMOST STARS, SUPERBLY DIRECTED, IN CLEAN PICTURES." STARLAND THEATRE WEDNESD AY THURSDAY JGSSC> Preservts CECIL DeMlLITS EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Adultt 25c Children "HIP" VAUDEVILLE The ALSACE-LORRAINE GIRUS FULTON AND ROBERTS CHATHAM AND DANCOURT CHARLES FORTUNE GREAT EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ARTHUR LOEB (Himself, in Person) The Hero of the Eastland Dis- World's Greatest Deep Sea Kim! See Him! FEATURE COMEDY "African Lions and' American Beauties" OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS AND.ORCHESTRA Wives Three Shows Daily, 2.30, 7, and 9 Adults 50c Chrldrtn ?.5c WED., THURS., FRL THISWEEK HOW LONG SHOULD THEHONEYMOONLAST? With some it is'a new-found joy at twenty-five that lingers until it becomes an elixir of life at seventy-five. With others 'it is a mere phase of this jolly world. And to others h is a sacred thing to be revered if possible, if possible! What a world of meaning it has for the characters in this powerful drama! You shnpry mustn't miss it. ADULTS, 35CENTS: CHILDREN, 25 CENTS. MYSTIC: Next fri.-fEb.fi Two Hours and a Half of Laughter with MAY ROBSON In The New Comedy i "TISH" From Mary Roberts Rinehart's Stories Published in The Satnrdaj Evening Post. Adapted by Edward E. Rose Management AUGUSTUS P1TOU, Inc. 7Se, SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT ARMSTRONG A RAWORTH'3 MAJESTIC THEATRE FEBRUARY AND 10th WINNIPEG SAYS iriS GREAT! All Regular Two Dollar Scale Records Broken at the Walker Week or January 12th, WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY and SEAT SALE OPENS SATURDAY AT ARMSTRONG RAWOC.TH'S MAIL ORDERS NOW NORMA TALMADGE "The Isle of Conquest" Over Dellshted Theatre- goers Witnessed "The Isle of at the Allen Theatre, Calgary, Last Week. to liie screen by John Emerson and AtiHa from tho iiOTel "By Eight of Con- by Artliur Directed by Ed. Jose, A wreck at on a tropical Island wllli a lone man LOVB! A lilay of ro- rnanco anil adventure. A typical, tropical Islo. A girl, only sun'ivors of a shipwreck. Prospects of a life- long taolaUon, The blrlh of love. And then the crashl See Nprma Talmadge in "The Islo Of Con- quest." Slarls tomorrow.