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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1920 MTTWHTOTO IIASI.T HKIur.n PAGE FtVK DRAMA VA UDE VILLE PHOTOPLA YS I j J'AUK'AX, N.S., Jan. foi- lowing message addressed lo New tlio disabled Uuiled Stales transport I'ovvhatlaii atid relayed by sioanier Uanlic intercepted .llijs.nioruiiig situation not being definite proceeded on gnproach o[ fuoyers who will taho ott passengers 'whfm wealher moderates. IJardic trying lo get line aboard now. Both fire rooms full to water-lino. Bulk shoreil up and Northen Pacific, duo tonight. Will aek her to ,staiid by also." "RANDALL." Tlic mo-sage was aboard tin Vowhattan at 10.45 a.m. QUICK WIT OF GiRL FOILS SCOUNDREL IN "A SPORTING CHANCE1 111 "A. Sporting a J'fframount picture thai be.-ui'ilul toil fascinating _slar, Elbe Ch'vlon, vlilch conies to the Starlant tor'i'irrow Thursday, the quick wit a eiri machfna .'of p. iriiviiHiit- flnd tnlro thrashed him and sent him whip.' ing Into'tlio woods, rovcueo. Brute after bruto fell betore him. His strength was greater thau man's, and only a'woi'iiia could bre.U; down tho barriers oC his reserve. In pretty Annette lioeseut found tlio woman who lured him almost to death iu hie quest for'love and honor. Tho story will lio told at tie Colon- ial theatre on Wednesday and Thure- day, when "Tho Eruto tbo Universal photoplay; begins its show- ins. Frank Mayo Adams are seen in the slar roles. An admir- ablo supporting cast includes limy Horllirup, Jack Curds, Burwell lUiu- rick, Bert Sprotte, Frank IJroiYuk'e and Charles "SHE me At the Majeslic theatre tonight at 8.30 o'clock A. S. Stern Company in association with George Broadhurst nil! offer for the first time, here tho new and successful farce Walk- ed in Her Sleep" from tho easy-flowing and facile pen of Mark Swan. New York and Chicago audiences have al- ready seen this new -farce with ap- proval and credits it as being among the best comedy writings to tbo ed in Her Sleep" in this city the cast Includes the Invaluable terrlces of Eugciio Dedmoiid, Paul Nicholson, Norman Houston, A. Deeu Cole, Jouu Maurice Sullivan. Teresu Jeyson, Francis Williams, Miss Nor- ton and Margaret rbllllpl. I stage in recent years. The Oo ft fl c trna out his nctor-i ,urcs mi of a fair, but flimsy apparelled who CL-.ytra play.T the role of Carey somnambulcs around clad In it large a cirl quirk to carry out every imynl'-e vvh'cli suggests itself to her. llcr firit impulse is to reform a man believes is a notorious con- vict. >vho has escaped. she cunrUers Mm on a errantry road, and as hVr chauffeur. ,i Carey's father new and .Charming brHe. who is not much older than Carey lierreif. Uuriny her fat'ii- or's nlisence, Carey finds that there i.s scmcthing ill common between her new stepmother and Seward, a society idler, and to kc3ii Seward from steal- jjloptnotner she herself turns and leads him a merry chase. When she learns from a telephone conversation that Seward is black- iirilling her stepmother, using srinn i of her old love letters which ho holds. .ns-.hls whip, and is demanding '.he linml of. Carey as his price of silence, revolta and goes to Se'.vard's nparlment tovget liic letters. How he returns and catches her In ?i-d threatens. to keep her prisoner nnlll she promises to marry jier cquvict-cjiauffpur steps .the critical moment and resciles her and gets tho letters" also, forms an jntercstinR story which, it is guar- anteed, will keep audience ins. A good company Ennporls star. the picture hat and a silk night rube, on tho narrow ledge of the wail of a Xew York apartment hotel, sixteen stories street level. Sbo also climbs into rooms at will, taking Hie portable belongings of the occupants and all the while ignoring tiie startled exclamations ot tboso with whom she comes in conlacl. During one, of these nocturnal ex- peditions she walks away with a price- less vial of explosive from the apart- ment of a young chemist to whom it has been sent for analysts. Her next wandering includes, the Invasion of an apartment occupied by a young mar- ried man who has recently quarrelled with his wife. While gently trying to persuade the pretty sleeper to go away the young man's mother-in-law enters. As gooii luck would have it Urn quite unlika the usual stage relative, is a practical, re- sourceful, helpful woman. She it do- ing-her best to help the young man ills dilemma when bis wife arrives, a few seconds after the sleep- walking -visitor bas departed, leaving her bat in tho room to be found by tho wife. Little-by little tho entire cast becomes mixed up in the Tarioua misadventures. For the presentation of "She Walk FINE VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL GOOD SHOW PLAYING THIS WEEK One ot the neatest "Hip" vaudeville bills seen herq this season opened to a capacity house at tho Colonial thea- tre last Hlght, giving tho utmost datia- faction to tho big audience. Tho Gartelle Brothers, a team of original cornedlane, opened tho show with something new In tho way of a vaudeville act. They sics a couple ot raggy" songa, swing Into u comical Hrjc ot talk, and then put the funny climax to the1 act by donning roller whcu they start to "gel a skato on" the real fun begins. Laughs come thick and fast f.i ijelr funny antics. They finish up a clever step dance done qn the skates. A meritorious musical act is offer- ed next by Shirley and Shirley, play- ing upon saxaphones and violins Mr. Sblrley is an accomplished saxanhono' soloist, and is given ablo support by big fair partner. Homer Denis, third to the bill, of- fered a pleasing single act, Into whir.li. ho introduces a clever line of charac- ter sketches. Ho closes his act with a clever acrobatic dancing number that won a round of applause. Honors of the bill go to Chief Illuo Cloud and Princess Winona, Indian entertainers, who offered an act that is A very pretty scenic setting adds to the enjoyment of the turn. Blue Cloud, an imposing- looking personage in bis full Indian regalia, is a pleasing performer. His trombone solos were greatly appreci- ated. Winona. a slip of a girl, has a remarkable soprano voice, and very pleasingly. The act closes with !i splendid duct by the pair. They were forced lo respond to numerous encores. The pictures alone are worth a visit Lo the theatre. George Walsh is seen in his latest feature, "Jack Spurlock- a really fine picture, and oodles of Is furnished by the Hainbow Girls in their laugh-prodiicer. "Honieos and Jolly Juliets." As usual, Charlie Bcresford and his band are right In line with some fine orchestra! 3UE1C. Theso "Hip" show's at the Colonial every Monday and Tuesday make fine entertainment, and are well worth patronizing. The same show will be repeated tonight for tho last times. Probably 110 belter examples of Ihe insidious love vultures was ever pres- ented on the screen than that portray- ed by Kric Stroheim in his new photo- sorbtng etorles ever recorded on the screen. For pure punch and dramatic suspeuso critics declare it to be su- preme. Julian JohuBou, critic on the {Photoplay Masailnc in a prelcase re- I view bonds from bis well Known con- servative attitude toward pictures to remark that the result o! Strghelm's effort Is "ono thoso things which happen lu novels, but seldom in real lite." Slrohelm directed ind stars in tho picture, supported by Fraucella Billington. Sam DeGrasse, iu a strong and seeks retreat in a characterization is seen as Ur. Arm- little mountain resort on the Austro- Italian frontier. There he meets Mar- garet Armstrong, wife ot a famous "THE BRUTE THRILLjJvlG TALE, COMES I TO COLONIAL WED.-THURS. "The BnUe massive] rjH'cial attraction which will be of- furred at the Colonial theatre on Wed-! nesilay and Thursday this week, is! utiouestionably one of tho screen's 1 linest pictures. It is a 'great, powerful tale of the Canadian woods, and is cum to rival even "The Spoil-. and "The in dramatic! varies mid intensity. Louis Cirantairo inherited a timber luusdoin from his father and set out lo view lil.s holdings through the eyes of a lumber-jack. Ho wandered from camp to camp necking information. The north' woods bore an evil name i that grew- with each orgy of im-; morality that flamed, iu tho camps' whenever the. men acquired a little' money. determined to break the brutes that led weaker men uttray. ami to use his own fists and muscles to do it. j lies started with LoBlanc, the bully- oV one camp, who lusted for blood ;md marked the faces of weaker men with tho calks of his hoots lo satisfy craving ty sec men suffer, LIFT OFF CORNS! Drop Freezone on t touchy corn, then lift that corn .ctf .with.fingers'. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Billie Rhodes 'The Love Call' This is not a "mushs'" story, but' a real red-blooded western drama thnt you will enjoy. WED. AND THURS. Doesn't hurl a bit! Drop a llltla uii csrr., iaslaalSy tlnr corn slops hurting, Iheti you lit', it r.'ght out. Yes, magic! No humbug! A of Ficrrone cuts but D cenls fit any drug stoic, Is cuffleteiit to remove every iisrd corn, corn, or corn between tbe toss. Mid.'the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Is tlio, sensational discov- of Oindminli 11 is Jesse L.Usk.y PreseriU ETHEL CLAYTON Here la espeelJlly good Ethel Clayton jilctufc. Sho meets n man !h nflsosi strifes on a de- serted road, takes an intense Ilk- Ing to him, ehlclds him from his pursuers and What tlo yon suppose she ets for her trouble? Oh, boy! Ro- mance! "A Sporting Chance" Is filled lo the. brim with It! Try lo coma! Adulli 26 Cent: GREAT SPECIAL ATTRACTION COLONIAL The Most Enthralling Photo-drama that the Art has Ever Produced ALONE with the tempter on the summit ci a mighty Alpine peak, she listened to his pleadings: "Your husband docs not love should you love What did this lonely, un- happy, neglected wife do? Did rebuke him for his or did she acknowledge that It was true. Or did she find a way to win back her husband's love! Most of all, what did the hus- band do when he and the other man were at last alone? See "BUND HUSBANDS" and you won't be able to take K your eyes for second from the screen while you watch thil tremendous human drama un- fold in the midst of the most wonderful outdoor stttingi. Don't nUt! it BIG BILL HART INVADES CANADA IN HIS MILE-A- M1NUTE MELODRAMA At the Empress Today and Tomorrow Introduced as 'HarwooA" Jehu Hayes, an uncouth western lumberman. Ho later arrives In Xew Orleans to take possession of a modiste shop, which ho has inherited, from a deceased grauduncle. The comedy begins when the westerner endeavors lo run hta newly acquired possession. The hero's efforts to adapt him- self to his surroundings, with real society as his sponsor, and the mod 1st o shop as tho financial reservoir, furn- ishes the story with one continuous succession of hilarious complications. Bill Hart's admirers can scarcely Imagine their hero doing one-step la the proud old mansions ot New Or- leans. Tlio Empress orchestra renders a. clever accompauiment io tuu picture. I DESTROYER NEAR BOSTON, llass., Jan: dc- slroyer Leary reported today that sho was In tha vicinity o! the 1'owhaltau, Tho message reads William S. Hart, tho foremost de "Powhattan's passengers not taken liueator of western charactei-s on Am trying to establish contact i screen, is tho cause of much hilarious (with her, but to far unable. Am In '.laughter In "Johu Ulsjher vicinity." I clever at the 1-Tmpress. This' I picture affords Hart exceptional op- portanltics for comedy work, and bis rclo is entirely different from any ot his other efforts, i Iu "John I'ettlcoats' BEEF PRICES ADVANCE 50 P. C. WINNIPEG, Jan. prices have advanced Bill Hart is about 60 per cent since November li. SEPP. IN THE UNIVERSAL-JEWEL DE LUXE PEODUCXieS! BLIND drama ot the Alps, "Blind i American surgeon, who with her hus- attraction at the Colonial Theatre! band has also come lo (bo Alps for for three days starting Wednesday, rest. Jan. 28.. Professional interests so engross Siaf "j who has been invalided because ot Perform tlioso little attentions that; keep u ivife's love burning brightly, i Von Steuben is looking for juat svir.li an opportunity. "He showers on the unsuspecting wife countless little courtesies. She almost falls victim to his wiles before the husband is aware. "Blind-Husbands1' is heralded as a wonder-picture not only from tho fact llmt it represents Iho first attempt of Strohoini at directive, but because the Dicture tells one ot the most ab- imm Today and Tomorrow MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT GEORGE BROADHURST PRESENTS THE BtG LAUCH PLAY WAUWI HER SLEEP1 Miss Norton WITH Paul Nicholson AND A METROPOLITAN CAST OF FARCEURS Yf YOU were a young married man in lore with your wife a pretty girl all us-ribboned ami be-rase-butMwl walked Into room ot midnight nnd you AJLli alone and this pretty girl her anus around your neck WHAT WOULD YOU 002 Prices...............75c, SEATS ON SALE Win. 8, HART JOHN fflTICQRTS Jlraml New Kllin ALSO SIDNEY DREW COMEDY "SQUARED" And Olher Splendid Attrac- tions. COLONIAL SHOWS CREATE HAPPY HOURS L LAST TIMES TONIGHT (TUESDAY) HIPPODROME Hit VAUDilLE "They All Say tht Best Show in Months" GARTELLE BROS, Roller Skating Comedians ORCHESTRA, EVERY NIGHT, 7 TO 11 SHIRLEY SHIRLEY "Saxophonists Supreme'1 GEORGE WALSH In "Jack Spurlock, Prodigal" HOMER DENIS Singing Dancing Comedl.in CHIEF BLUE CLOUD PRINCESS WINONA "Indian Entertainers" THE RAINBOW GIRLS In "Romeos and Jolly Juliets" Don't Ml.is This Big Vaudeville Show Tonight I ft Great GREAT SPECIAL TWO DAYS ONLY I Empress Orchestra Wilh Musir That's Different WED. THURS.-THIS WEEK SPECIAL POP- ULAR PRICES Adults 35o Children 10c WATCH R6TUSN OF 'BROKEN BLOSSOMS' Aj. Popular Prices THE GREATEST FIGHT EVER STAQEO IN AtJY PICTURE IS SEEN Ifl "THE IT'S GREATER THAN "THE SPOILERS." IT'S MORE THRILLING THAN "THE BARRIER." SPECIAL NOTE TO EVERY THEATRE GOER !N LETHBRIDGE: We sialo without fear of contradiction that "THE BRUTE BREAKER" is without question ONE OF THE GREATiST PICTURES EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.. We havo already screened it privately, EO we know what we aro talking about. It you miss It, you uilsa one of the screen's greatest achievements. Be sure to see Wednssday or Thursday. It will be shown at the A magnificent orchestral accompaniment, on Wednesday and ly thcss two days only. Respectfully yours, THE COLONIAL MANAGEMENT ;