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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 27, two fro? LFTHtmtnnn: DATT.Y HERALD PAGE F1YK PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, :Mucli waa very little baitacH tmuctvd In the loetl rich markets today. The de- mand poor, mocc- tally for the hither light U4 afretds lo- fer tartor wai wtih >M7 ogjerraaji mi ipnmut Cmah Aax and rye (till ut the front and his health is still oonilderably below par. Roy J. Reno, who was acquitted of complicity in a cattle stealing ease last was yesterdal' fount] guilty .by. Judge Thompson of divert- ing to hie own use money which had been given lilni for safe-keeping by a workman in tha camp of MacDonali and was em- ployed' as time-keeper and.clerk. He was sentenced to six months in the Nelson baatile. The vaccination order Issued by the board of health a short time ago Is bearing fruit. Uist Saturday 200 children were vaccinated at hos- pital arid many rrioro have been add- ed to the list during, this week. Thcro is one case of smallpox at the !B'HIP" MONDAY AND TUESDAY Fimoin Thomas H.' Inoe .Star Powtrful Dual Role In "L'Apache" At Empreti Monday If you have suffered from constipa- tions for yean, tried doctors mid all the remedies you over or wad of, without getting if you have bisn subject to nil tha miseries LSSD- elated with such aa sick tnd biliousness, specks before water heartburn, jaundice and the painful Internal, or protruding piles, etc., wouldn't you it a to be able to keep tte'boweri In a good healthy condi- tion nfl dlseace getting a foothold on jonr system. Milmirc'f Lua-Uver pills are in- dicated jtttt for this their regular IM relftvlng tho wont cases of constlpttlon.' Mrf. Jlalcolm McDormld, Cranton Ststlon, N. S., havn hc.nii elcX for n number of years wllh nick headaches and constipation. 1 all kinds of doctor's btil tried none, did me any good. 1 tried Mil- bum's Laxa-Lfvef Pills, and nftor us- ing'four vials I am completely ctiroii and heartily recommend them to all sufferers." Mllbum's Laia-Llver PlHs are 25c on receipt of price by The T. Mllburn n vial U all dealers or mailed direct Mmltod, Toronto, Ont.-Advcrt The Paris underworld in all its romantic glamour and sordfdnosa lives before the audience's eyes in "L'Ap- the new Thomas H. Ince pic- ture starring Dorothy Ballon, which was produced for Pnramount-Artcraft release and will be shown at the Em- press theatre for two days beginning Monday next. Miss Dalton IB seen In a dual role. As an Apache dancing girl, she performs st the command oi her ruthless criminal husband, and fin- ally flies' from his cruelty finds refugo In the bohemtan quarter. By freak of fortune she encounters her double, a rich American girl who has fallen under the power of a prof lisa IP millionaire. This part also Is played by Miss Dallon and gives her an op- portunity lo -wear, some' gowns, After many thrilling advent- tires and a startling cllmai, the drami worked out to n happy ending Robert EMfolU, Macy Ilarlan, Ana- tin Webber, and Louis barolay ars in- cluded In the supporting cast of which was dlrsoted by Joseph De Gmsc. For the last tonight Bryant Washbum In "Why Smith Loft Home" a comedy scxream. Also Trleuj com- edy and Olive Baker Whyte In popular A New York maiden, anxious to use her recently-acquired vote on tlie presidential election, lias written to Pathe Exchange, Inc., inquiring why Frank Keenan doesn't run for presi- dent of tbe United States. "Not that I want to displace onr own Wccdrov.'. she "but 1- Ihink he deserves a vacation, and 1 can't think of anyone wlto pould fill the presidential bill any belter than Frank Kceuan. can you? "Look, at him! Hasn't ho au Iron jaw1.' A kindly eye? A noble brow? An alert.brain? And at his grey hair! Think of .how i spifty he'tl look in a irock coat and silk hat bowing to cheering crowds on Fifth Avenue! "Can't he orate? Isn't he making everyone who has heard him at all ,j those personal appearances' be been making in theatres uud at con-' ventlons, etc., wonder why he sticks to the silent drama? "He wouldn't bft lost to the screen as of it.', biggest stare, either. Every time I go to the theatre I see President Wilson, but, as just a mov-1 ing picture- actor, I don't see Frank] Kcenan every time. Perhaps, because.'' of his connection with you, he would; exclusively for Pallio News j weeklies overs' time he QIC at nhllds1 or went to the circus, thereby turn- ing all otber screen newspapers a pas- sionate purple of onvy. "Now, truly, Mislor Patlte, Inc.. don't you'belleve thai as president of j these United States this Tvould ue as successful as our secretaries and senators are as actors? Mine Is the first vote opposite Yes. Sigh Miss New York's proposed candi- date for president will appear at Ihe Starland tonight in his newest Pnthe picture, "Tlic False Code." It is.a typical Frr.nk Keenan picture, written by Mrs. Kate Corbalty anil directed by Ernest C. Wardo. cleaa and classy acts, all em- budyins .variety and novelty, and all new to this city .in the nature of tbe entertainment they afford, be (ec- tiired at the Colonial theatre on Mon- day and the regular "Hip" vaudeville flays at tbat popular the- utre..; .Under the title of "A liarmoniaui! Vocal and Instrumental Study." llio Three Society Girls, will appear In what gives promise of being one of llio.raost artistic uf tbe current TLi personnel of the "Three Society. Girls" comprise Miss Jessie tllass, plauislc and soprano, Miss Bes- sie-Feck, violinisto and mezzo-so- WHOormc COUCH IKFLULKU BUOXCHJUS CATAJUH Tha fcirorrying thektttueptic vapor, inhilej with every breath. i cool awnriagrettf ul f inva] fomntheza with young children and to ftnfferen f torn A sthiaa, B Billed" a i "The Mau in1 Dick Hamlln ullhout doubt one'of' the greatest all dancers on to- day's stage, will offer his cyclonic dancing specially. Hamlln Is the ab- solute master of every intricate step' known tn. the .vaadevllle and will offer a fast and furious fit-' leen minutes'of pleasing entertain-! ment. Edna andfPtul, a venatlla pair of) vaudeville's best known will offer their concoction of i morrlmeht "nfltlcd "An up-to-date' Travesty." Their work la snappy, really funny, and full of and will doubtless readier a biz kit on the new. Hip show oa Monday night. Special efforts have been made by Manager ,Le'n Brorra to secure a veal feature photoplay which would he In keeping, with the excellence of the r vaudeville ahow, with the result lhat ho has been fortunate enough to secure a production of "A Sage Brush a ripping rollicking comedy drama of the southwest cattle coun- try. In which William Desmond Is! starred, neemond Is probably ohe of the best loved of the' male screen stars, and In' "A Sago Brush Hamlet" he Is Immense. The la test "'Fa the Review and a screaming.conjedy, "Are Honeymoons the bill. A special 'matinee will bo given on each afternoon rat 2.30 and the night shows will' start pliarp at 7 and VArO-CR-'SOltKE CO. Wright county, Que.. must slay dry this year, according to an announce- ment from the Inland Kevenuc De- partment. JUST A MCM.INDER You won't be able t9 find bet- tor entertainment tonight than tbat oHereil at the Colonial theatre, for the Ills week end r.liow Is a corker. It's a double feature bill, with Ora Carow starring In the splendid dramatic fe.v ttirn, "Under the Century Comedians anil wild animals anuetir- (ng In "Wild I.lons and Weak one of tho moat screamingly funny comedies ever Been hero, and with Jim Coi'bett smashing bin way through In tho latest eplaodo ot "Tito Jlldnlsht Man." This Is the big line-up for tonight. ooV ll the Colonial, Suitable for All Coughs Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is made from drugs which work easily and soothingly, without harrnlnc tho Unties of the fhroat. Last Times Tonight FRANK KEENAN 'The False Code' One of tbc Finest and Strongest pictures Kvcr Shown In tho City HAROLD LLOYD (FROM HAND TO MOUTH" His Latest Tw Screnm. A Suro Curo for "Tlicil Tired Peollns." "TOPICS OF THE DAY" J-'irdt Show at C.-S6. Como early and nmkQ suro o[ getting a scat, Adults 35c MONDAY ONLY SHIRLEY MASON "THE FINAL CLOSE- UP" PEARL WHITE "THE BLACK SECRET" ANO "HOW DRY I AM" Kolln 'Comedy Adults Children Ifo Beautiful Women of Society, durncthcpat seventy ycaii have relied upon it for their ditt iherf tffttnou. The refined, pearly white complexion it rcndm Inetantry, l> UK tourcc ol fUttertag cetOBcat' j 3 Days Commencing Next Tuesday WOR'-D-AS EMOTIONAL AS ITS WOMEN-A WOMAN'S WIT AGAINST A MAN'S PASSION. A GREAT OVE- MD HOW IT TRIUMPHED OVER A NATION. TWO MEN-TWO WOHEN-AND THE LAW OF LOVE. ORA CAREW in Oriental Crea TONIGHT ;SAT.) "OlldBP SlISp'GiOD" I "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" "WILD LIONS AND HEARTS" CONCERT ORCHESTRA EMPRESS STARTING MONDAY DOROTHY DALTON "L'Apache" I'a-ris again la "gay Faree." And "gay Is in 'Ij'Apache." Tho Paris of tlio dance, tho revel, the wino anil tho tough- tor. The Parts of the A radio, with his fierce, love, Ills fierce hate, his (iiiick dagger In the dark. This picture has it all, anil tho Inevitable clash when the- two meet. Don't miss Dorothy Dallon I' a fascinating new role of IIfu In tho lighta and shadows of "gay Pared." TONIGHT LAST TIME BRYANT WASHBURN In ilip Comedy Scream "WHY SMITH LEFT HOME" Also Trieux and Olive Baker In Popular Songs. Prlcet: Me; Children IDc SHOWS SHOWS THE THREE SOCIETY GIRLS JeEile Glass. Pianisle aud Soprano- Miss IJesste Peck, Violinists anil Mezzo Soprano; Miss Eleanor Jackson. Cellist Contralto; Presenting "A HARMONIOUS VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL STUDY" DICK HAMLIN "The Man (n Brown1' nnu he's sonic dancer too, EDNA and PAUL offering "An Up-to date Travesty" LEONARD AND ETHEL F.OSTER Vaudeville's Premier Cowboy nnil Girl in "Bad; to the West" EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY ATTRACTION BIG WILLIAM DESMOND ScrcentlomVMost 'Handsome Star, and'the Man on the screen, iu "A HAMLET" How a pretty Rlrl whn wore bewitching nijhlies interfered with the efforts of a "locqed" tawboy to carry out a rcveiiKC- rollicking comedy rtrnmu wiih a vviltl western COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA. Finest Orchestra in '____ 'he City. The Novelty Rjel PATHE REVIEW Added Comedy Feature >'Are Honeymoons Same Popular "Hip" Prices. Adults EOc; Children 25c Special Kiddies' Matinee Tuesday sltcrnoon at 4 o'clock. BAILIFF'S SALE Under and by virtue of a Chattel Mortgage given hy M. 0. Pugh to Sarah Cromwell Nelson, and to me directed against tho goods and chattels o( M. D. I'ush, named In the said 'Chattel .Mortgage. I have seized the following goods, namely: One 30-60 Gasoline Traction Engine, manufactured by the Pioneer Traction Company. WHICH SHALL FOR SALE ON Monday the 29th day of March '20 AT S. SNOWDEN FARM, ABOUT NINE MILES SOUTH EA8T OF LETKQRIDQE, AT THE HOUR OF P.M, Dated, Jxsthbrldge, March 18lh, 1020. BallKf. ;