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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBR1PGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. NOVEMBER Maurice Tourneur's Latest Picture Is "My Lady s Garter" 'Jacquei Futrelle'j Thrilling Mystery- Romance To Be Shown On Local Screen. Maurice Toarneor's latest produc- tiou, "My lady's will be the attraction at the Express theatre for three'days, commencing Monday. It adapted from Jacques Futrelle's Etory of the same nuiao and is de- scribed as a thrilling mystery-ro- xnaace. The central figure is "The p. criminal who Is sought by de- tective for the, theft of a famous jewelled garter. He is supposed to ba neighborhood of the estate of Brokaw railroad magnate. Hamilton's -daughter, Helen, is res- cued Irom drowning, one day by a Bruce Calhonn, a stranger living ou ft yatht In the. harbqf, .whose goings and comings are ry myste rlous. The detectives Ehsdo-.v him. Yen Ijerp, suitor, is the loudest invoicing suspicions of Calhoun. Through a thrilling aeries of events, however, it develops that Van Derp is really "The Hawk" and that Cal- a secret service agent. "VVyndiam Standing, Sylvia Bream- er, and Holmes E- Herbert are tha chief personages in the cast. 4 number of other subjects will be on (he bill, including a splendid com- edy, -Mary pickford In her third First National production, "Heart O' tile HfllB." will be shown tonight for the last time. Together with "Mary" appears what IB known as the seas- en's ereatesC laugh-maker, "Chicken la and .Mutt and Jeft. ''THE SILVER HORDE" BY REX BEACH Pictuarlretlt-n ot Famous Novel Made at Supreme In Story Value and Characterization Coming to Phoenix Theatre Mon- day. "The Silrer by Rex Beach, Is the film version of this popular author's novel of the same name. The .picture was made at the.GoIdwyn stu- dios directed by Frank Lloyd; The story in detail follows: The Marsh Canning Company, a New York concern, attempts to form a trtst ot the canning industry in.Alas- Ka, and boys up every available f sal- moo trap on the -'Big solve the mystery of which students win go nightly to the performance' of the Pull Bros., aud return more mystified tban ever, and are com- pelled to confess themselves beaten and ackuGs-ledge the presence of masters. This Is the blgest aud most re liable mystery- attraction exeiit. Don't rntsi it. BEST if} VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUES. Vaudeville patrons are in for a treat at ths Colonial Theatre on Moa- day and Tuesday, for the new llippo- dranm Is d u elty and good things. The international Trio, composed of Mmo. Uonesky, prlma douna soprano. Miss Moresky, viollnlste virtuoso, and Ale.xla Cassalsky. cello virtuoso and accompanist, will present their elab- orately staged classical and popular musical revue. Their appearance the Colonial will bo a big event hittla Allrlght, a nimble Jap will be seen in his original Japanese novel- ty Juggling nod balancing act. Hoiiderson and Dupont la "laughs A La Carte" tare a clever har- mony singing and comedy act They are a couple of (ioe entertainers. Hays and Hays, In a yodelling, talk- ing andrdanclng act will round out the bill. i Besslo Barriscalo, the popular1 screen star will top the photoplay bill in "Lite's an exceptional- ly good dramalic feature, and with Ihe Concert Orchestra the whole show will bo a pleasing one. Ceorge BoH property THE "MAPLE LEAFS" Taking the original party as a nuc- leus for tie present show, Capl. Plupkett has gathered together all the impersonators from the other Hereafter I wet Inclined to guile (raakiy. Out the man whs want- ed to raise to much as half a smile on my laratBUMe countenance would tisve to unscrew my face with a King Dice epaaaer. He would hate to un- loosen amis, and the dtaser would be that he mlsbt make It worse than It Is. "It yon Ucllned to be hippy to tot i moment at too present time think o( the 'new Uxes of Mr. ChamfetHalh. That will make you Then try to work s hr (Mr rexlte while reading Sir Kric (Uttestion tor increased railway fcna. f and pro-, longed.) Ikes lit back a while and the new booses that are not enteted. While yon are licgoing tkiok about the coal strike (Loud of laughter.) "Oh, yes, it's easy to be miserable these days. 1 have used up all the misery I had about me. I mutt have a few homn rest in order to save up some inore. Meantime It reminds me of the colored; man who was helug hanged one Monday morning. "Have you anything to sayf asked the hang- man: aaid the darkey, "I Jes1 hare one' word to say, boss. you're to do is wittingly (wine to be a leitoa to me, but I mutt It's a rotten way to start a week." COMING The moat wonderful play tn Amer- ica, by George V. Hob: art, vill be presented by F. Ray Com- stock and Mo.-rts Gest at the Majestic on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 23 and 21. This will be the seventh eea- foa ot "Experience" and the play bids talc to more successful this year than ever before, because it seems that no matter where "Experience" this remarkable modern Morality play thrayi attracts capa.clty audiences. The clergymen ot every big city Jrom Maine to California have pronounced "Experience" one of the most wonder- ful leeaona of''right llring ever present- ed to the eyes of youth. It Is the story of the triala and temptations that he- rontk OB every hani aid it Is pre- by a rens-fkable cast amid sur- round lugs of treat beauty. nere are tea KeEea in the production tot the cant U an exceMionallir stronx BEHT WILKINSON', the popular basso with Maple Leafs in flage" at the Majestic Theatre on Monday. BURGLARS CAUGHT MOOS13 JA.W, Nov. burg- who attempting to open the safe ot the Hotge Coal company, with- in a few feel a! the main corner in the city were caught and arrested by a conitaWe in the early hours of today. The men had entered the office through the but had not time to get to work before the police Inter- vened. STEAMERS COLLIDE AND PASSENGERS LEAP OVERBOARD NEW YORK, Spanish steamers Uontaerret, from Cadiz with 100 immigrants and a full cargo, and the collided- off' the Statute ot Liberty-this morning. Sev- eral leaped Into tie bay and first reports said one was rescued and taken to the Ellis Island hospital. Both vessels 4amaced. were only slightly parties which he directed in Frances The result has been that the augment- ed greatest of i staged. Although the boys of the "Mapla Leafs" are all able-bodied nghtlns men; each one having dona a, long stretch Jo. the trenches prior to his whose experience as a director pver- In. his new neer could are oflerinV the'Eeas has "roved .tavaluabte. n "Si ever theatriCa' present it. THE COMING OF BA1RNSFATHER Captain Bruce Balmstather, the famous British cartoonist and humor- having been chosen by CapL PluuketL istt who is to visit Lelhbridge Nov- td entertain his comrades overseas, I ember 20, to deliver his new lecture, their performance ot "Camoefiage" is I "Old Bill, and the Income ESeatJallT a "girl has discovered that a certain class ot .the most beautiful ensemble philosophers who write for iumbers in" is the Col- papers and magazines are 'not in faror bill, where ail the boys are ot seeing the bright Bide in these un- dressed as'belles of 1S60. This dainty i happy times. uumber: aiii? the big "rabe" sdns.j "An American Bairns- Me Back Trhere] father, satirically, "has'just told us the.-hoys portray old men, gives ample evidence of thefr wide versa- tility and real histrionic ability. will be the _ attrac- tion at the Idonday, Nov.' lotn. The .company Includes: Alien, Bob Anderson, Sam that if ire want to alter things today we must be with things as they are. To lell a man to cheer up, he says, Is treason. When 1 received my income tax bill this morn- ins I felt inclined to take bis advice. 1 decided forthwith to he one of those confirmed pessimists who are never Birch, Jack Kelley, Howard happy unless.miserable, I wouldn't Harry Ashtoni Jaines Farley, Bobby BcbtC Bert' Wilkinson', Arthur Soren- y (8 very11 Yaliiable, re- by the'tfasVandl is Dght by vCherry' Malolte {Myrtle a woman ot the North, and Boyd Emerson (Curtis The latter is an Fasterner who has gone North In juj effort to make enough nipney to qual- ify with G. MacLeanj, a Wall Street financier, as a suitor for his daughter's hand. Emersoa and Big George Journey to New York lo Interest capital In their enterprise', .succeed in getting a reckless yosog 'spendthrift named Clyde (Carl (Jer- back them and hasten to attle to obtain machinery and boats. Here they .meet difficulties inspired by Wayland, the roarer behind the Marsh I Canning Company, j tain their purpose and sail for Alaska. to begin operations. Their factory j erected, Cherry, .Eoiersbn and Big! George await the great sal- i mon run, the Marsh (Robert several at-' tempts to destroy Jh.eir .traps; so far as to send out iome of )iis men 1 to dynamite j Wayland and his daughter, Mildred! (Betty visit Alaska In their yacht; and, although ...still .de- voled to Mddred, .cannot] telp Ecclne. the1; diiferfnce between her and Cherry, also ambitious I to win' the banker's daughter, tells Wayland that 'Emergon-is- the 'father Df a half-breed child, and accompanies fcim and Mildred to. Cherry's "cottage nhere the Indian'girl lives. Snow- bird 7 (Ncola Mae} and her brother, Coiibfaiitliie (Hector SaTno) both ac- cuse Marsh as the betrayer. A scene and following Marsh from the bouse, kills him. The "silver horde" arrives, and Emerson, George and the men -work-fever- ishly' to get ths cleaned and canned Wayland acknowledges hlm- lelf and offers lo buy George's :trips, but fails. .Emerson realizes that he Is In love >Vith Cherry and not Mildred. He finds Cherry sobbing her heart out, thinking that Kmcrson will leave her vith the Wayland party. How he stops her weertng with ,three vorts Is the ftnal sceno'ot a masldrty Rex Beach photojilay. It VllI be shown at the Phoenix theatre beginning Monday for three days. FAMOUS COMING TO COLONIAL NEXT WEDNESDAY A ND.( THURSDAY The Pull Bros., most baffling en- tertainers of ail times, who for a Quarter of a century have mystified baffled tour continents are com- ing lo the Colonial next Wednesday unii Thursday, and will sol before our ;theatre goers, a gliltcrlni? array a Illusions, Magic, Telepathy, spirit- nalism, Hypnotism, and Marvellous Esbapcs. There Is nothing super- natural about the work of the Pull i Bros., Co.-.They are scientists ami i tcconnt for everything they do upon I natural laws, and the feats or what-', ever they may foe called that .they ac-' compllsh may be cxloined In a nat- ural .way. Thus while we sec a womnn created trohi a rsg and htink of hair, fnd E'lidilenty dlsapiiear Into siiuco Ifi full view of our very eyes, know human maleriarand so governed .by estnhllshert naturfil laKa, that it is impofjslhle for her lo .vanish in thfn air. Yd. where illD, go and how Is the illuElpri pro- That is tbb (iucetlon, to sou; "Morley PI untett, Benson, Jttuea'; Graham, Ormondj. i. iVine Fetch, Pat tanerty, Freddie Livette.- Their eutertaiament Is a .veritable only refuse to' cheer-up, but would prefer to sit back In my room gazine out on the miserable world with the Joyous look of a nun whose beloved rabbit has'just or'.whose pet goldfish lies reclining inilde the honte- hold cat and enjoying It'immensely. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24 1 THE DRAMATIC MUSICAL, EVENT OF THE YEAR _'' F. RAY COMSTOCK AND'MORRIS GEST WILL PRESENT THE MOST WONDERFUL PLAY IN AMERICA BY GEORGE V. KOBART BIGGER AND BETTER THIS YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE ENDORSED BY THE CLERGY. OF THE EN- TIRE COUNTRY AS A MORAL LESSON FOR YOUTH. Music, Comedy, Drama, Songs, Pathos, Dances ELABORATE NEW SCENIC EFFECTS AND COMPLETE NEW COSTUME PRODUCTION New York company of 40 paople. orders now being reserved. Same will bo. filled In order of their receipt. Seat sale opens Saturday, November at 10 a.m. MflJESTICIrrMoMov. IS RETURN ENGAGEMENT FROM THE COAST Under patronage of Gencfal Sli David Watson, C.B., D.S.O. Nnw playing n sorics of return engagements after a recprd-brcak- ing run throughout the Middle Weat and British Columbia._________ _______New Song Than Ever. SV.O, J1.00, COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT (Satta-day) "GIRL OF THE SEA" "LOAFERS AND LOVERS" "DAREDEVIL JACK" MONDAY AND TUESDAY EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE ACT i THE INTERNATIONAL TRIO Mme, Donna Soprano. Mile. Virtuoso. Alexis Virtuoso and Pianist. IN AN ELABORATELY STAGED CLASSICAL AND POPULAR MUSICAL REVUE HAYS AND HAYS LITTLE ALL- RIGHT Japanese. Novelty .Bal- anclno anf! juggllna. Yodelling, Singing and Dancing. :..The Musical Comedy Favorites' JACK HENDERSON ahd CLAIRE DUPONT In their original comedy dialogue, Feature Photoplay A twirling drama in- volving the loves ot a Poor Little Rich Girl with a Rich Little Poor Girl. PRICES Matinees: Adults 50c Nights: Adults children 25c. COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Special attraction. Mystery EVent of the Year THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS PULL BROS. IN THEIR TREMENDOUS MYSTERY PRODUCTION Manl Hand of Death. SEETHE HINDU TEMPLE OF.MYSTERIES SEE Twentieth Century Wonder. SEE THE MYSTERY OF DOCTOR Convincingly Demonstrated. Without question onfe of the baffling per formancei erer wltneeMd In this age and genera- tion. WATCH MONDAY'S PAPER FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPRESS THEATRE MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY PRESENTS JACQUES FUTRELLE'S A ,MY LADYlS GARTER A silken garter lost by a gay court beauty whp lived and loved long centuries ago. WHAT ha. THAT to do with .a gossip- Test In New York's "Upper Ten" In 1920? HOW entangle a ycunfl soekty bud In a maze of blackmail, robbery 'and romance that will keep you tingling.IJor 9 hour.and.ii half} COME AND SEE ANOTHER BIG TOURNEUR LOVE THRILLER! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Mary Pkifor din "Heart 0'the Us" LETHBRIDGE'S BEST WEEK-END SHOW' HOENIY The theatre that never changes Its Monday, Samuel Goldwyn and Rex Beach REX BEACH'S by frank Lloyd. have read "the'b -new M1OHTY MEN They recognize but one law that in UM harrei of .a gun and the flinty haMneaa 'ef ban firts. -And whm Manh wrth hli Street milllotii Kalvik trail to'force them to yield ttielr claim to Sliver Horde" he found fight. And the struggle thrt followed refunded with the crash of mighty -with the on- leathed paulana cf atreng men fighting for. fortune and the.lave ef. a woman. "Tfas 2nd Episode. Comedy and Pathe News, LAST TIME TODAY Tom Mix in' Rough Riding Romance" ;