Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920 THE -LCTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARXETS LltutMk mailer who 1s seeking to ridn a pretty Italian countess. MARGUERITE CLARK HERE I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Train Wreck in Films, The uew Marguerite Clark -film, "A .that feature-less. The demand (or cash oats Mas fairP" with spreads lint-hanged. Spreads of barley wero off If. uml ryo unchanged. Oats closed Jfcc- lower for May uud July, llarlcy Uc and %u lower, re- aiiu'ctlvcly, (or May and July; flax closed L'c higher for Muy, with July better, and rye closed higher I'ur May. May July Muy July .May July Jluy Quotations Open Close H3H 470 170 farinance netted and attract-1 drama ot the forests find splendid ex- "lost representative amplification In "The Valley of the ed one _ society audiences. A few days; a new Paramouiit-Artcraft later Sir. Hutchison received the lot-i jik-turo with Wallace Held us the star, lowing lettor. eiuressly dictated by! which is being shown 21'Ktarlaud for Her tbe Queen, Insuring him tho last times tonight. "Mr. Held, has for the performance: Buckingham October 2B, 131S. "Dear Mr. Hutchison 1 showed yuur loiter to tlic Queen, the action of tho story shifts to Brit-! of attention. ish South Africa, where Sir John has) Such a picture is the Uuiversal- vast mining Interests. There a grent; Jewel production, "The itlglu to Hap Although It has a tremendous plot und a timely iheme, above these is its lore appeal. and 'powerful love develops between; mi lr is not a war picture; It is not a .......now lielnK shown in the> Colonial theu- propaganda picture; It la not a preacii- Lady Turahull and her husband's mini superintendent. Tho Zulus have a delightful role, that of a young lum-l been stealing Sir Johu'a-sgold and an horman who wages a hanl battle forluprislUE follows, during .which Alice fortune and wins out In the end. Tho It held as hostage. Her :re. whldi lias bei-li aplly described as the Kmiiy.si love story ever told. Whtn Allen llolutar gave the world ment: it is a delightfully sweet etory of tho world's greatest photoplay Is a picturizatlcm of Capt. B. Kyno's famous novel o! the shows a train wreck ivlth notable- re aiiiin. There is no attempt to show tho fatal crash' when It happens. Rather the'scene depicts what nap- per.cd u few moments later. The thatlcrcj coachcj, Uio heroic .work to rescue the luaiiucti, and the other vivid details are shown in. a clear and colorful manner. This is one of the fine features of tliis delightful little role being played by talented Mlss[ Clark. and Her Majesty was glad to have had j fume name. Grace Uarmoud heads a Iho opportunity ot Freaking to you j a splendid scpnorting cast. at the Palace Tueiive. The Queen xrcutly enjoyed the per-j BLANCHE SWEET IN formance Oi "The o( Uw Navy.' -'A WOMAN OF PLEASURE and thought the play most intcrcjttng and admirably acted. Alice Her Majesty is gratified to learn erly-slrickcn fishing village. Being -that the proceeds [or the Itoyal Navy i young and beautiful and of geutlo Prisoners of War Fund proved so! birth, she longed for wealth aud all satisfactory, ami phe congratulates the luxuries and pleasures that, went and tho other artists en the sue- j with It. So when Sir John Turnbull proposed marriage, she accepted aud became "A. Woman of at lover comes to the rescue und a just! Fate, in tho guise of tho vengeful Zulu chief, removes the obstacle that stands between the happiness of these two. Tho oast is a small big one boast- Bucu popular artists as AT STARLAND TOMORROW i oakmau. Wilfred l.uc-as. Spolliswoode Dane taught school in a pov-l Aitken, Frederick Starr, Milton Koss, I am; j Cssh Prices 2 C.W.N... 1 V'eed Tisck 3 C.W..... 3 Feed 93% J X.W.C. u ..040 .-no. 2 Track .505 .510 Maxine Elliott, Famous Actress, Por- trays Character of "The Eternal Magdalene" in Production Coming to Colonial Next Week Maxine Klllott, tho Internationally famous actress, and the brilliant star: of huWreds of the nf the legitimate stage rises to ihi; i height nf her consummate art In her; result of your efforts. Your.v very truly. (Signed) Kdvranl Wallinglou. Private Secretary to II. M. the Queen." Percy Ksq., "The Luck ot the Xavy" Co. Queen's Theatre, London. "THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS'' WITH WALLACE REID, IMPRESSIVE Have you ever ielt that strange feeling that thrills you when you stand in a redwood forest and look up. at the, giants which surround you? If there's anything calculated to make, a mau feel this is the thing. Tho lumber industry and the last. Tiilt is the title ot the highly tlranuitie picturo showing at Starland Theatre for two days commencing to- morrow. It is Blanche Srreet's new- est offering and her first production j for Jesse D. Hamilton for distribution by 1'athe. and that clevef young- ster, Wesley Harry. ....v.. iLWIUU.U mf tt'ld u tremendous punch of "The Heart o( Humanltv." in which! drama. radiant Dorothy Vhillip, assumed the the early scenes ot Iho picture mlc rule, dramalio criilcs said Ihat ;taiu in oW and ,hl, me iiliiisw-u. of moving pivture excel- Kreal vvar, and snowing the atiordani enco had attaineil. and lhat no horror-of chaotic government, tho lugher au-oujpllshnieni could he i !ol.aio to America. This con- reaclied. Wt many of thufe men now irast provides wide sojpo for tbe forward with (he thai director's art In spectacular effect. The Itighl [0 llauiilncss' is even a ThsJ cisi. surrouudini; coutain3 same people -vvho appeared iu "Tlie TO HAPPINESS" NOW AT THE COLONIAL Where the former picture attained its grean.ess through tho magnitude __ Humanity." William Stoweil and llobert Andersen have the prlnci- In days when moving picture super-productions becoming fre-1 qtteiit if not common, and the use o. superlatives in tlteir description has reached n point where the English dic- tionary lias been stripped ot all of its scenes, ami claborateneM of its I pal roles. settings, "The Itight to "The Jtialit to Happloess" will con- lays its principal claim to distinction tinue at the Colonial until Friday ltn the sweetness of its story nigin. Shortly after.the loveless marriage I of outstanding Importance to create a seldom at the vauls this morning. The'Wednesday of next week, mmlilv of tho bgef better is surrounded hy a cnp "nil Twelve bu'ieher steers made! equalled In any screen production, ami S1200- five steers four steers i 1lcr perfect artistry adds to ,-the jll.CO: twelve cows, 2L cc--.vs.K'harm of the play. i 75- five cows. The balance And what of the woman-tho Mag-: -old ?S 00 to OU. One Lull, SSO Wliott 'portrays? She pounds, J7.50; two calves S7.50. Xo CES had been sold at noon. New York Stacks NEW YOKK. Feb. 'C.P.R., 151U; L" S. Steel, V. S, Steel preferred, llOVi. may he your private secretary, your t sister; your sweetheart; the little girl i neit door; the -woman -who hides her] face when she meets you; the woman, who paints her lips when she kisses' you; the school teacher; the society (inecu; the woman "who bakes bread; the woman who washes clothes; the woman who owns automobiles. For the of tho hun- dreds of ladies In the city, a special ladles matinee will he.given ,daily during the showings next week CTARLANH fe All Production. Q'j.r.nt.Kl. I LAST -flMES TONIGHT Wallace Reid IN 'THE VALLEY of the GIANTS" A Magnificent Picture. Don't Miss It! "KEYSTONE COMEDY" AND PATHE GAZETTE AT THE EMPRESS FOR UA6T TIMES TODAY WARWICK TWEAKS QUEEN OF ENQLAND LIKED "THE LUCK OF THE less personage than Herein-: Jesty Queen Mary ot Kngland, be-j stowe'd her official approval, upon j Percy Hutchison's performance of Luck at Uie. the hig Lon- ilort eomcdy-drBiiia success which F.! COMING TO Us ALL- Can you imagine a more humiliat- ing experience to have your nose tweaked by a big huskr in the pres- ents of a beautiful wAiian? That to the effective-method Robert uses to place, "villain" in his correct position Ray Comslock and Morris Cost will] present at the Majestic theatre for a return engagement ot one night only next Monday, March 1st. Di0ing the closing days of lite war, jnst-before the armistice, was signed, Mr. Hutchison and his Ijondon Queen's Theatre company gave n performance in "An Adventure in tho i of "The ljuck of the Navy" by special Paramount-Arlcraft picture ivhleh is j command before Her Majesty the tieing at the Empress theatre Queen and the Hoyal .the per- for tho Inst times tonight. forraaiico being for; the lloyal Navy The victim ia a handsome black-11'risoners of Fund' The per- Under the Auspices of the G.W.V.A- THE CHOIR OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE PRESENT QUEENESTHER A CANTATA IN FIVE ACTS Majestic Theatre, Thurs. March 4th AT 8.15 P.M.' Reserved Seat Sale opens at Armstrong 'and Raworth's Jewelry Store on Tuesday, .March 2nV- 'A DAY'S PLEASURE' You'll Say So. CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S LATEST It's 3 F'-st National. Reserved Seats, 75c General Admission, 50c glittering adjectives, it takes a picture BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Blanche LAST TIMES TODAY ROBERT wtoamoi WARWICK 'An Adventure in Hearts' Iy Mr. Warwick's latest and greatest picture ettings, beautiful effects and a story full of s, and thrills. SKINNY'S HE COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dainty Marguerite Clark "A GIRL NAMED MARY" A Story of Laughter, Love and Tears. Have You Helped the K. P. Children's Shelter Fund? Here is One of the Greatest Has Ever Been Our Good Fortune to Oifer You The'Plcture Yo.uMt Never Forget The Biggest Picture of Present Season Colossal in TEieine-A Picture for Everybody Tte Brilliant Emotional MARCH 1st SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT BY POPULAR REQUEST F. RAY COMSTOCK and MORRIS GEST PRESENT THE EMINENT ENGLISH ACTOR PERCY HUTCHISON And His Entire London, Eng., Queen's Theatre Company The. First All-English Company to Visit America since 1914, In "The Luck the Navy" i By CLIFFORD MILLS Exactly as flayed by Mr. Hutchison (or Two Years In London. Same Magniflcint Cast and Production which played to a capacity audience, hero recently. And as presented at a command performance before Her .M'hjesly, Queen Mary, and Iho Hoyal Family, tor Hie lintlsh Naval Kuncl. SEATS ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S. IN THE CBEATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD HAPPINESS SGREAT ACTS ity Built and Burned Greatest Emotional Aclrcss InThe Screens Greatest DualRole DO you remember wonderful DOROTHY PHILLIPS in "THE HEART OF the produc- tion that swept over America like ,1 wild fire? Rcmembcf how it impressed you think? Then prepare to view another even greater picture, bigger than ANY picture you've seen this "THE RIGHT TO greatest love ever told, in which you will see the Great Miss. Phillips in an amazing dual role, one you'll never forget. If you see no other production this THIS ONE. It's amazing, wonderful beautiful inspiring. NOTHING EVER FILMED LIKE IT. SAVAGE MASHONALANO IN BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA; NAKED ZULU 1MPIS ON THE WAR TRAIL; A SMALL BAWD OF WHITES GUARDING THE MINE; A HOPELESS MARRIAGE TANGLE WORK- ING TO A DRAMATIC CLIMAX. SEVEN BIG REELS OF STIRRING DRAMA ON THE OUTPOSTS OF THE EMPIRE. THERE ARE BARRELS OF LAUGHTER TO BACK UP THE SPECIAL HAROLD LLOYD IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF WE URGE YOU NOT TO MISS IT. NOW TAnAVAnd Playing 1 Friday 1 Kidds Kids HIT THE HIGH C'S OF LAUGHTER WITH HAROLD AND HIS DASHiTiG CREW OF PIRATE PEACHES. We strongly urge cvcryono who can do so to attend the matinees. We cannot guarantee not to keep you waiting In the eveninps. There will be two shows each evening. We should chirgs 50 cents for this show, but ,irn giving It to you at C5 cents for adults and 10 cents for children with .1 special 5 cent matinee for children on Saturday.