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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY: JANUARY THE PAfiK FIVK DRAMA VA UDE WILL TAKE BACK POSTAL EMPLOYEES Jau. Canadian J. Mclntyro said today lie received from the post office nt Ottawa word that ei-e'usployees of Iho Win- nipeg post office who so desire may re-enter tho. servlco as vacancies subject to cer- tain conditions.. Application must be made direct to tbo civil service commission at Ot- tawa. Whether this order In- cludes employees who joined the sympathetic strike last May is not'disclosed. 'saioolhneis and homogeneity ot ac- itlon. It Is easy to understand Us great popularity in London during the war, lor It deals with the rery thing tha'. most concerned tho British people at spies. It Is ingenious- ly constructed and doec not depict anything that was not actually at- tempted during (be England. __ .Moreover, It Is absolutely correct Inline last time- tonight. detail 'navallv. More ono high "Blind Husbands" -opens at the Co- officer In the British fltet has tcstl-llonlal tomorrow (Wednesday) [or a tured In "Cowardice a fine: picture, Bud the Girls In their latest laugu producer, "A Popular VlUala." Charlie Beresford'e Concert Orches- tra furnish somo excellent music which certainly adds to the enjoyment of tue show. The eamo bill l he repeated for ficd to this." Associated with Mf. Hutchison is his original London company, consist- ing ot Miss! Muriel daughter ot the (ainouj Knglish actor EO well known in Canidaj Kate Carew. Kleano- Street, Blanch LeKoy, Aubrey Mather. Croker-Klng, A. P. Kaye, 1'atrlck Ludlow, Elslo Stranach end many others. T'rIEAlIOIW Tho Indifferent, neglectful husband FINE VAUDEVILLE AT THE CbLONIAL THEATRE 'LAST TIMES TONIGHT The "Hip" vaudeville show at Iho j Colonial attracted another "capacity house at tha popular-Colonial theatre last night, eacli and every act receiv- ing well merited applauso, and. being thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. Starr and Oilmore.-ft clever couple. run of three days. WONDERFUL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT TO "BLIND HUSBANDS" shown-at'the Colonial Theatre iVe-Jaesday, Thursday and Friday this It is said to be a quiet thougb vow-, erful denunciation of the man who for- Rets that uU wlto Is his sweetheart, nuil donning a cloak of professional engrossment leaves her seemingly out of his a'chenie of life. In "Blind Dr. Armstrong the famous American surgeon, nearly loses his beautiful young wife to a love-buzzard' in the form of an Aus- trian lieutenant who showers upon licr the attentions that her husband is too busy to remember. Erie Strqholiu, who depleted the n-piilslve role ot a Hun officer in "Tho Jlqart of is. tho starring villain of "Blind Husbands." Francelip- fiilllnstoii. Known for her licauty, plays the role of ,Jirs. Arm- (strong. The following "favorite Uni- versa! playcra complete the'cast: Sairi DeGrnsse, Valerie Gernionurez firid-Jack Petrin. Awe-inspiring scenery, splendor daring dramatic, action niiii a well padded "brick-bat-moral" combine to make "Blind Husbands" a j.hptoiiramn that will'strike home .a righteous blow. Eric Sir'obeim, Ibe slar-director- aiulior-vlllam, was at one time.a lieu- tenant of tho Austrian army and de- picts the 'arrogant assinlnity of the clans with ahiuaing reultani: with tho ability qt putting act over nicely. The Wggest bit o! tbo show -was registered by Ernest Jones, wiz- ard of the who in his splendid musical specialty on his 'in- struments won a wealth of applause. Jones is an a.rtist, ulity, and has a p work. Mayno and Mayne, a team of black- face comedians, offered air amusing comedy .sketch entitled, "A Breeze From the into which this able, couple lirjepl.lo.ts of .pep a'nd fun. Bert Clinton and Co. close the show with a daring parallel-bar act. Clin- ton performs some remarkable feats on the bars, displaying great acrobatic Excellent pictures round out the show, .with, .I'cggy .liyiand-being fea- One of the finest orclicetral accom ranimcnts ever arranged to a screen classic will lie heard when the enor- mous spectacle "Blind Husbands" plays the Colonial Theatre this week, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. To tho eminent composer, Maurice Winkter, was allotted the task of com- posing tbo orchestral score. In per- fect harmony with tho various scenes and njoods ot the picture, Winkler has writleh a score '.bat .fairly breathes (he spirit of the production. Quick ne the scenes change on screen, so quickly Winklef's music change from weird little Intermezzos am ciysterloso movements to crashing fanfares and hold dramatic symphon lea. He lias equalled even the origins "Birth of a Nation score." A large augmented orchestra -wil faithfully render the orchestral nc companlment at the Colonial thl week. EMPRESS THEATRE TUESDAY-AVEONESDAY -TODAY- Paramount-Artcraft. Super- Feature Co. TEETH of the TIGER' LAST TIMES TONIGHT The- Celebrated Bnslish Actor MS HEM'S Excellent Role for Famous Star Picturlzalion of W. R. -Chambers' Novel.' '.Irene Castle, internationally fam- f'tis dancer and ino'Jon picture star, ivHI be seen for the first time as si T'pmons star in an adap- iio'ii of Hubert W. Chambers' "popular novel. "The Firing Unn." It will bo elimvu at the Empress theatre _ two days beginning F.-ldav. "The V'iring Lille" first npiicared in (lie Saturday. Evening Post. It prov- od'onc ot the most potmlav magazine stc-ries at that time and ]at3r was pub- in by 13. Appleton fo. Tho central character Is. Sheila, tin; adopted dfuishler of Mr. and Curdross, New' York millionaires, wboi slso have three tlefili-and-bltrod danghl-! Sha docs not know of her iidop-j unlil slu overhears a chance re-! mark. Upset and in a inari-ies .Mp.lcourt, a boyhood Iriend wiio J.s. Inherently morbid. 1 This marriage is without lovo and this fact Is responsible for tho Krip- ping developments Hint follow. This, tlory lias neon well handled and thai fiiluatlnns nro Tnost dramatic and thrilling. An excellent company np- in .of the star, Robert V. Siceli playing opposite tho star. H, 5. Warner i'-' ThefapGod A story ot Secret Set-rice in the Orient. Lloyd Comedy, and "THE GREAT GAMBLE" Episode Eight. We regret that Hie latter did itot arrive yesterday, but it will positively be shown tonight Unravelling the Great Murder Mystery That Made All France Tremble. 'TEETHof the TIGER' Who Killed Him? The Detectives Accused Arsene Lupin. He ac- cused 1 'TEETH of the TIGER' TOFliVf COLONIAL TONIGHT Two and 9.00 HIPPODROME CIRCUIT _ VAUDEVILLE BERT CLINTON t CO. ERNEST JONES WAYNE 4 MAYNE ALL STARR, -JUANITA GIU- MORE In "THE GIRL OF TODAY" PEGGY HYLAND In "COWARDICE COURT" THE RAINBOW BATHING GIRLS In "A POPULAR VILLAIN" Pricei Adults 50c Children 25e Shaking ot Mm eminent English M- (or, Percy 'linlclilBon's production of Lur.k ot the Navy" which he brings to the Majestic tomorrow, Wed- nesday. Jan. 28lli, for ono night only, fntnct I'.isi (is lie' nlnycil It for nearly two years In iximlon, Morgan Powell, the wcll-liuon-n critic of Iho Montreal W.illy Siar, says: "A demonstration such as is seldom witnessed at Ilia-Majesty's greeted the rnncliision of Jlr. Percy Ilutchl9on'.i production of "The Luck of tho tlio spectacular British war melo- drama which played for two whole years in Ixtnilon, and which was brought hero (Montreal) intact, Tvllh 4ho personnel, and opened Its CanaiHau iour last night. Tho aiidt- Insisted upon curtain call after eurialu call, and finally upon a speech from ,Vr. Hutchison, greeting the con. nf his ronraxks with cries ol again soon.' "This demonstration -was tho inevit- able outlet for tho enthusiasm whicil had lieun growing tw the play progrons- od. The keynolo of yio plcco is patriotism. 'Tho of the N'avy' is n typical eiamplo of ti good ICngllih melodrama, well staged and mounted and admirftlily acted by company is-ho have bcun playing together long to luira achieved coroplelo COLONIAL Myttery that wit] baffle you; melodrama that will thrill you; romance that is full of Intrigue. 'TEETH of the TIGER' Could the stayer be the dead man's wife, her the doctor or Artene Lupin? 'TEETH of the TIGER' Who was couldn't guns in a hundred years. But you can be absolutely sure you never saw a picture that made more thrills run up and down your spine. SPECIAL ORCHESTRAL SETTING AND-----------------i ROLLICKING COMEDY STARTS SAT. COMING. FRIDAY ROBERT W. CHAMBERS FAMOUS NOVEL firing Line" Keen with satire, rich with romance, waKm with the red blood of love and youth. PECIAL APPEAL IN "THE VIRTUOUS THIEF" FOR BUSINESS MEN] ew Enid Picture Hai R tulle- tic Wall Street Background. VJvery (firl and everj- mployer ot glrli la Duslness oHlcea 111 tw Interested In tho ot of "The Virtwu? the Para- ounMnce photoplay in which Enid 'nnctt will appear at Storbnd Wed- silay End UlEB'Hennett, irho his won natlon- ide reputation for hevself' by her and charm, plays the part of Birl yfhb liecpnies a stenographer tho Wall ttrect broker i order to atono for the ot ft c.vk irother--yho has stolen money her employer. The brokca proves o be n tyuo of business man that is, jrtuualely, extremely rare In the nancjal roue. Hiss Ben- ett finds berselt the central figure in tangled plot that attracts toward her SEE IT FIRST at the EMPRESS the finer of criminal accusation. How the lg lured Into a dastardly trap by f designing employer, who upon her Intente devotion to her brother, escapes in ft miraculous j way, mAkeft up the dramatic Etory, which Tfas irrltten by C. Gardner Sul- vjin. A Wall street office, with its (stock boards, tickers, and .other multifarious equipment, a pretty complicated und come elaborate KCts wero constructed at the Thomas Ince studios to give the proper atmosphere to "Tlie Virtuous Thief." William Conkllu plays the heavy part iu tho two interesting characters are portrayed by Niles Welch Bud Uoyd Hughes. Others in the cast.are Willis Marks, Dorcas Matthews, and Lucille Young. The intensely human note struck by every person In the picture attracts ttie interest and sym- pathy oC the audience at once, and Its dramatic quality licldi their attention throughout. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MWESTIC-1-M Jan. 25 F. Ray Comitoek t Morris Gest preterit the eminent Enjllib actor Percy Hutchison iWITH MISS. MURIEL MARTIN-HARVEY And His Entire London, Erg., Queen's Theatre Company The First All-English Company to Visit Canada Since 1914, In 'lite Luck By CLIFFORD MILLS Exactly as Played by Mr. Hutchison for Two Years in London And as presented st a Command performance before Her Majesty, Queen the Royal Family, for'tha Britiih Naval Fund. Prices SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTIVS ThosHJnce ENID BENNETT REWARD! WORTH OF THRILLS, SMILES, AND TUGS AT YOUR HEART IN THIS GRIPPING ROMANCE OF A. GIRL'S LOVE AND SACRIFICE FOR HER BROTHER'S SAKE. "fox Canadian "British-Canadian Gazette" and First Class Strokeittv THEY call me "The Satan of the That's because, in "BLIND I play, a polished the only way a villain should be make you hate him I (But if you're a woman, I don't think you'll hate only be I know so much about you t You'll know that I know how to show wives when they're neglected to win their aff ectionsr-how to place them where they'd finally be at my mercy. And though you'll stoutly deny that the wife in "BLIN0 HUSBANDS" is to blame, you'll sym- pathize with her longing for IrAe and you'll lay it all at her KiUsband's mine. If you don't, you're a very un- itiiual as "BLIND HUSBANDS" is a very un- uijttal photodrama. Come and seel You'll have the most tremendous hour you've ever had at any moving picture. Carl Lrtehimle offers The Most Enthralling Melodrama of Motlcrn Times Vendor- Play BLIND HUSBANDS SUPERB ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY SPECIALLY AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA Matinee Daily at 2.39; Twice Nightly, 7.Off and 9.00, ;