Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
RIGHT THE MDTRRVnO-F ID SATURDAY. JANUARY 15. 11121 ma TO EVERY nljht'it uudkmco, i Kui-tixos offerlDK a c-lftvor shstdowjtruph not which In mill novel. Hilly Munn. icreat blurkfucu offers lUtuon of lu ppy, suitppy cuniudy. Shun ;iwd j Rich in their I'lewr comedy act oxeoptiomtlly Rood, and Hum soy and, sumo offer a good musical act. The are right up to the mark. Saturday amusement need look no further than thu j (.'ohmiiil Theatre for a first showi tonight. Alluii Hriubftr. by Olfa LInek lU'holl, wroto "Oner to Erery Woman" iu- a starring vehicle j for Dorothy was no In-' teutlou to proeh a sermon or point a moral. Tho scenario was written with; a view of providing ;t drama I hut would appeal (.o the public by its sym- pathetic quality, human nuturo and gentle humor, ami to permit Phillips to exercise that skill and art-j iatry that have made her beloTed byi all theatregoers. "Once to Every in other; vords, was written to the public. But iu spite of this, there is no one who can see photodrmma without realizing the benefit of Us. human wisdom. Any man or woiaan will leavo tlie theatre in i better mor- and niPUta! after viewJiig this production, ami r.o :uotlior can afford to not hr.vp this ru-j niaiice of today. The stovy of Aurora role portrayed by Miss points tuo mime moral conveyed by "The BHiebirn." It shows that true happiness tn be found at home, love i.s genuine and affection real. Only in "Once to Every Worn- an" the author.-! have made use of no allegorical characters or incidents, j The characters arts real people of to- j of the average man and woman in the audience, and the i situations arc. mndrrn and thoroughly human. The show.1; the futility of seeking for happiness through self-, iah motives the shallowness of j friendships iiainetl through mere worldly success. The lesson is gently brought home through u series of the most enter- talning hidden Is that make "Onto to Every Woman." which is to be shown at the Colonial theatre on Monuay, Tuesday and u worthy Huccessor to Misa Phillips' former successes, "The Heart of Humanity" j and "The'Right to Happiness." j WITH WQRUC AGAINST HIM HE FTSHTS TO SUCCESS1 "No mutter what was in your past, It is liie man you are now (hat I Jocelyn lulit John Steele.' a famous criminal lawyor, and tho red-bloodml, hero of "Half a Chance." the Robert Thornby spec-; ial produced by Jesse D. Hampton Uiromh Ptithc and showing at Phpeaix Theatre Monday and Tuesday. I But when he was identified as an' ewaped muMerer she turned from' him in Then he told her that he hifcd .1 ptiie of whuiu drink had made a derelict. A murder was framed up against him and he was convicted. He escaped, was shlp- and cast aiihore on a desert island, where he spent the years uu- til rascue studying from; bcoks frnind on a wreck. Did ;ihe believe him inuoceut? IDI.I j .she lore him ID spite of his past? Did, she admire the spirit and tho grit; of the man who had conquered with lesa thai! half a chance. Your cur- iosity will be entertainingly satisfied, when you see "Hah' a Chance." an, adaptation of Frederic S. Isham's greatest novel, with Mahlou Hiunil-j ton and Lillian Rich featured. ALUMINUM WORKS LAID OFF HY THOUSANDS COHNWAl.li, Jan. has been grimily curmllml at iilan! of Aluminum I'ounmiy Am- evict at MuMcna. ami now only 1250 HMII umploytil tgiliwl S.OOO a short time btso rate for lubor Is now a with bonus on production which mtkos u cut In ww of to 20 from rules licretnfori1 prevailing. of Uio company ittte the clPlirtMliw In the Ir.-ule due to larKC shipi'.icnrs; of tlui mettl from Switzerland. Norwiv; and where they able to manufacture It at much lest rate, owing to the low rato of exchange and the lessen- ed value ot Kurouaau currency. TURKS LOST HEAVILY Jan. 14. ThB OrMks havf matie another important advance in their offensive tiuninftt Turkish nn Hrusa front in i Aaiu Minor, accordins to tbc Greek j legation here today. Tho Turk? fust in the fight-1 iojj, the roports state. The Greeks i ,had forty men killed autJ wound- N.P. SHOP MEN CO ON FOUR-DAY BASIS ST. Jan. than have a tenth of their number thrown i out of employment, the ontlre loop force of tho Northern Pacific Railway lit St. Paul h.is agreed to do on a four-day basis, it became known hero today. More than men are to be affected by the reduction. FINE VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT An especially good Hip vaudeville show is being offared at the Colonial j theatre for ths last times tonight, the snow having greatly pleased last SCENE FROM MACK SENNEITS iFive Peel Comedy Sensartion; 'DOWONTHEFAftMr "Down on the has been call- ed "the most sensutionul comnrly oC the season" because ui! ita "punch" iinrl the numbs r of ingredients of Tvhich it is concocted, Including trav- esty, comedy, melodrama, "mellor- drammer" aud delightful, hilarious eatlre- AT THE EMPRESS LAST TIME TONIGHT COLONIAL TONIGHT (SAT.) A Corking Good Weak-End Show HIPPODROME CIR- CU1T VAUDEVILLE THE BILLY MANN SHEA AND RICH RAMSAY AND STONE "A WOKAN OF LIES" Six-act Snecial Feature. LARRY SEMON in CROP INN" DEW :n MAJESTIC TONIGHT An entirely new and novfti musical revue with llio sama great cast and chorus of soldicr- Capt. M. W. "Plunkett presents the. 3rd Divlsinn "DUMBELLS" In .their second ndltion of "BIFF! BINGI! BANGUI" New Now uceuftry. Second season's onaitlonal namn hut "by a bigger and bettor show. 11.00, ti.OO In'OWCE TO CVEBV At the Colonial for thre a daya, atarttag Monday. PHOENIX MONDAY and TUESDAY AN UNUSUAL TWO-DAY ATTRACTION He slipped to the bottom He a sei-farlng man, a two-fitted, tquare'jawftd, fighting man. Double-crimed by the law, he became i drifter. When he turned the tide He made a fighting come-back. He became a criminal lawyer, a friend of the underdog, a uelety leader. fiALFACHANd Hamilton, andlillian Sick? From the tuvel Frederic S. IshamQ A drama of big moments, big clashes, sensa-, tional climaxes, and tremendous heart interest. A PLAY MEN WILL REMEMBERI-A ROMANCE TO THRILL WOMEN! LAST TIME TONIGHT WILL ROGERS IN "JUBILO" A burlesque on Friday's windstorm in Lethbridge shown in the comedy to- night. It's a scream! ADDED ATTRACTION, SUNSHINE COMEDY, "FOOTLIGHT MAIDS" SEE Tfo Season's Finest Dramatic Attraction Monday Tuesday and Wed'day NIGHTS At 7.nd 9 Sharp The Picture of Your Dreams CADL lAChhLE OFFED? Donorux PHILLIPS N TO EVERY UNIVEDSAL-JEWfL SPECIAL PRODUCTION il 1 WILL TUG AT YOUR HEARTSTRINGS AND TAKE YOU BACK TO "HOME SWEET THE GREATEST "MOTHER-LOVE" STORY EVER Mighty Metropolitan Opera House Is Reproduced in All Its Once in a Long Time is a play produced that forever in the of thote who tee it Jiut once in a long time if a picture pretented that you want to see a dozen Just once in a lifetime do you see reproduced with att the realism of life itself, a story that alternately makes you cry for sheer joy and then smile to chastf the tears away. Such a picture is "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN." To Colonial Patrons I state in all sincerity that "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" is a play that I am 'proud to present to my patrons. IT IS WONDERFUL. The Chief Censor at Edmonton me that it is especially suitable for ladies and children by wonderful appeal to the beauties and cherished memories of "mother-love." Respectfully, LEN S. a Superb Operatic Orchestral Accompaniment and Heart Appealing Vocal Solos During the Screening of the Play by a Company of Anni TI sn Pi-Ill HRFTXI ffi TO DATE, 8197 PEOPLE HAVE SEEN "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" AT CALGARY THIS WEEK, AND IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO PLAY A RETURN DATE TO ACCOMMODATE THOSE THOUSANDS WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION DURING THE WEEK.