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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATURDAY, JANUARY 21. 1920 nm nAn.7 IIKUAI.I? PAGE FfvE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS HOOVER CLOSE TO BRITISH IS CHARGE TO BUST HIS "BOOM'J WASHINGTON. Jton, that Herbert Hoover vvaa ono ot heiweon Colonel House mil high officials ol tho Drltlah gov- ernment. during tho negotiation? be- loro the United Stales entered the V-av, Senator need. Democrat, luuri, made ylsorous attack In the senals on' what ho characterized ua "Mr. Hoover's self-promoted fcoom {or president.'1 Senator Bald Mr. Hoover was ra close to the British -government ym "he constituted a convenient con- link." and challenged an) member c'J the senile who doubted tils statement lo Introduce t lion of resole- Read atout on page 12. NOTICE Blind Huibandi" CHARLES RAY FOOLS SHARPERS AT POKER at Starland Monday and Tuesday In a colorful drama o( the Orient, full ot intrigue, myttery ihrllllug sit- UtttlQns. The story Is woven around i plot ct the Tohr, planning a revolution in Montolla. Winlhrop a young American clerk at tho offlco ol the American Consul, apparently falls In lovo with. Tel Iling, a half-casto Or- iental Cleopatra, one of tha leaders of the Tong. When Bruco went to live at the palate at Chamung in Ihe Interior df Mongolia, and became hachetman among tho Tong, ,the American Consul Beryl Addlson. Bruce's sweetheart, became su clous, believing be had fallen a victim lo the charms of Tal Hlug and was helplug to foment tho revolution. How Bruco discovered the secrel of Ihe jade Buddha, A small Idol, exposed tha leaders of the revolullon Ii shown in drama, of many tense 1 situations and eiclling moments. The- climax at the end of tho pictur la a thriller. Tha consplralors liavo captured Bruce when Ihey nod th; he Is in possession of the Idol, and ore Just about to strangle him, vrhei Bruce succeeds in reaching Ids gun shools out the lislit, and after a des Paramount Star Rakes In Pot porale liattlo his .way to th In "Bill Henry" Thnsn who understand cards, and especially the national game of poker. uro going lo get laugh out or groater opportunity for ncllng o (he Ka'mo In which Charles liny plays j a anj restrained, though hlghl in his latest Thomas 11. Inre picture, (tectivo dramatically, character, whlirli Ii the Paramount window of the eecret room and capes. Mr. Warner is even belter in thl picturo than in "The Man Who Turn ed his initial proiiucllo Exhibitors Mutual, as it give VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUE8 WILL DRIVE AWAY BLUE offering at" Starland Mr Hay 1? seen as a .-ountry boy Is Inveigled into the game by rone "wise" travelllns It; tievflops toward tho end of the concocted for the that he isn't such a boob arm weatber the new "Hip" vaud when he lays down Ihe I Tma Sh0w irhlch will play Ilia Colon: he ralies In Ihe jackpot liigj O11 and Tuesday CO! liana, he raws in IMU Theatre on Monday and Tuesday enough to lot him do tho thing ho just the o( a sllow to wnrnl a seemingly worth' less piece of land owned by tho audience up cheerfully. Bert Clinton and Company, who ivl Jllers, the fat liny, is the wise sales- man who lures the youth into the gambling same and Finds thai 111- ste.id of a lamb, he lias'coaxed in a he loves, who is In desperate bill, will offer their no traits for want of a sale. I oily gymnastic act "Fua on tie Ba said to ba the only parallel bar a in vaudeville. This clever conipan of comedians and athletes present darins gymnastic novolly. -Thrlllli: acrobatic clever pantomiiutn rich comedy, novelty dancing, an some tale song hits are features ot t: act which will undoubtedly score big hit. Al. Starr and Juanlla Gilmore yc present their delightful musical co edy, "Tho Girl of a rich satire on'llic tendencies ot today. Mp. Starr, WILL SEE THE MOTOR" order to Mcufe a choice sfat It Is advisable for all who can possibly do I so lo arrange to vlsll one o! ths afternoon performances. j PERCY HUTCHISON AND THE LONDON QUEEN'S THEATRE COMPANY attended a special matinee perform-1 jlarj. wno auco given Ir. her honor for the- Naval urder. Mystery Which Made All Prince Tremble to he Shown Monday and Tuesday At tremendous tho >ent of 'liic popular Km press Theatre as secured for Monday and Tuesday ext. the exclusive first run showings t Maurice Illan's celebrated Av- ene Lirvn mystery dratna, "Teeth ol .10 Tig jr." Produced an all star cast of Par- mouut-Arlcraft stars and vividly un- the sensational murder my.'- that uiado all France tremble Hie TppJh nf TiL-cr" becomes thn Lsrpow'erfu, dn.muUc Z- r feature photoplay. The .top- Fund, and oce of my most cherished possessions is a letter from the Queen expressing her pleasure at the per- i foraianco. and her thanks U> the com- pany. Wo took in raoro lhan {20.000 at this special matliiee for Her Maj- esty. The Queen was not supposed to Percv Hutchison, eminent English i visit any theatrical performance dur- actor and nephew of Sir' ing ihe war but she saw Luck of Charles Wvmlhain, wfh his entire i ihe Navy' because the performance I ondou's Queen's Theatre Company was for a charily, and because she will present "The Luck ot the Xavy" was to keenly interested at the en- at tho iiajestiu on Wednesday evening Ihusiasm displayed by the Princess next, Jnnuary 2SIU. "The Luck of the Navy" was one of i Iho greatest dramatic successes pro-1 duced iu London tho past few year's.] Produced originally at ihe Queen'j 1 j Theatre where it ran for one year and duo to its success was trans-1 performance. The cosnpany I hare brought with me, headed by Martin-Harvey, Is the same original ccuipany which play- ed 'Tho the Navy' flrtt the earlier Queen's Theatro, U why 1 .jtlll announce It as the Queen's tre Company although we also played the piece at tbree other London thea- tres In succession, owing to the suc- cess scored." lluo to its suwss was mm ferrol in succession to three different THEATRE London Theatres mid comploled a total engagement ot two years lu Lon-1 EM PR ESC don. Mr. Hutchison was In charge, with Sir Alfred Hull, of the committee of! Loudon managers 'detailed specially lo entertain visitlnc American and TODAY TODAY D. W. GRIFFITH'S "BROKEN BLOSSOMS" TWO DAYS STARTING MONDAY "Teeth of the which is rat- ed by..nil leading critics to be thsj beit Paiamount-Artcraft Special yci! produced will he welcomed with de- light by all Lethhrldge theatre goers and indications are that, llic capacity of the )-lmpreFs will be tased lo its utmost .Monday and Tuesday. Jn or- der to avoid disappointment and in rAJESTIC THEATRE BIG WEEK-END THE COLONIAL FOR THE LAST TIMES TONIGHT rons'.anre Talmadge has a bright role in. her latest Pic- tnro, "KxperimenlS.1 in she Is presenled by Lewis able comedian, is given full scope Kclznlck. the picture Is adapted from! ror varied'lalents in this act, and William J. Ilurlbut's satiric comedy, is BiTcn gooci support by JIlss Gilmore. "Sntur.Jay to which was so clorer little plot is unfolded in as a slage play. helling of Ihe story, ,irhlch Is brighten- satirizes A familiar tlp lvith several; catchy musical ol Kirl'Who takes up any theory or numbers and some pretty (lancing, cause that happens to strike her as, .lones, 'the wizard ol the oi'tginnl, and who, while in (he throes i will present his merltor- df her work, sacrifices the convenience nmsical specialty act, into which i of everyone elso I" her -1 he introduces some very clerer work. I The heroins of story is loved by.j has a repertoire of Jazz and pop- j n cominorisense yoiy rmn who wants SOI1g which he opens up with, (o marry her. She believe in i finishing his act with a hrllllaf t over-1 marriage, however, because It entails: turc Iho sacrifice of her personal liberty.; Mayne and Maync, the comedy coti- finally strikes a compromise wni present their blackfaco spec- whoreby she ivill livo with him aci nfeeze the South- die week-ends and by herself Ihe rest; ]and." one of those riotously funny "THE PAGAN GOD" STARRING THE FAMOUS H. B. WARNER Cast is a Secret Diplomat, of the U. S. Government in tn Adventure with a Mongolian Revolution. SUSPENSE! THRILLS! ADVENTURE! SEE ITI Buckingham Palace, 23rA October, 1918. Denr Mr. Hutchison: I your teller lo The Queen, anrl Her Majesty was glad to hare had ths opportunity to you nt Iho 1'nbco Thfatrc. The. Queen grcally Joyed tho performance of "Tho Luck of Ihe nnd thought the most Interesting and acted. HIT Mnjcsly Is grallfleil lo learn lhat the proceeds for the Hoyal Xavy 1'rlionera of Kiinit proved so sntlBfaulory, niul sho coiiBratnlntcs yon and tho other artlslca on the snrccsyfuV reauit of your efforts. 1 To IVrcy Ilnlchison. Ksu., "Th? Luck ot the Navy" Co.. Queen's Theatre, I nru, Yours very truly, (Sisnoil) BIHVARU WA1JJNGTON, I'rlvatn RcCTetary (o II. M. the Qneen. above letter was sent to MR. HUTCHISON by Ihe Queen of England after B "commind" performance nf "The Luck of tlic Navy" had been given by Mr. Hutchison and h's Queen Msry and the Uritish Royal Family. The earn! identical by MR. HUTCHISON with the t.ime company tha! appeared before the Queen will be nt----- THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Next. Wednesday-Jan. 28 THE COMPLETE CAST AND PRODUCTION HAVING BEEN BROUGHT OVER FROM LONDON FOR THIS SPECIAL CANADIAN TOUR. 51.50, Seat Sale Monday at Armstrong Raworih's Jewellery Store ;