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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; XOVEMHKH THK LGTf IBKilKiE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS (1KHMANY WON'T JOIN IN ECONOMIC ULOCKADK OK SOVIET IUJSSU has refused lo co-uiieralc wilh the in briuKlKK the stock market steady for her ehbts Is easy for him. Their ther against the raid of (ho will undoubtedly create a sensat- makc3 the story ot "Thls'IIcro hero. It's by all odd s" Ihe funniest line up of pholoplajM over liveliest picture Rustell has been wlLb, the "Hip" shows will bo for months. Lhla week. George Walsh" will CiT COMES TO THE roles, of Ills career In love-sick Wil.Ie Daxter. Ross lias been la sensation as the ten-year-old villain I ol lhe I1'ecp- Sister Jane-. Ijel David MAJESTIC i pla> E thc "baby lalk Lola I'ratt. Judhh upbolds the hanucr or Ihc grown-upa by ber.sym- popular niallBcc on Kalurday, at the Majeslic thcaire. vith Thomas Kcilr [l atockdale a.i harrassed Mr and a host-of lively young and the Booth theatre rast. cotninenc K neil Friday, Nov. liStb. The pliy Is a. dramatic verron of TirlclDglon's widely-read Willie Ras- ter ftoriej, and might well bt called a comedy of "Clothes and the for It deals with tho altitude of a feven- teen-yoar-old boy toward those anl matters. Willie Baxter, tb'c hero, falls in love with a fluffy-haired tharoi' er who comes (o visit thc Parchers, who live next door. Poor Willie! AE a lover he Is no favored child of for- tune (or his sjlrl proves lo be an all-, round flirt who plays no faTorites. And as a would-be1 DMU Urum-ncl he lat-ks Ihc requisite Orcss clothes. His hair-riedgei soul eo's in a laughable (.angle its Intense problems of including Ben Lyon and llorton up (he mmmarj- cast. Days Commencing TUES., NOV. 25th Children 10c After 6 n.m. 15c Adultt 5Cc THE ORCHID MIRACLE OF THE CWEMA MAJESTIC THIS WEEK Every an has Us Golden Age, bringing (hose wondrous works rhit live on through ail ihe years. And it seem that Cotden has divvned for lhe newesl of lhe molion piciure.. The majier mat of lhe screen his broujhl IP us creation of iiieh ex- quisilc wonder_and bciuly, of such haunting chirm and puniy, iliM all else seems of yeslerday. BLOSSOMS" hat been shown in the larger citTei at prlcei' ranging from J1.50 to NOVEMBER Z8ih-29lh. POPULAR MATINEE SATURDAY. STUART WALKER PRESENTS BOOTH TARKINGTON'S A play of youth and love and sanmer time With Brilliant Nrx York Catt and Praduc- Hon.- Diracl from Phenomenal Eattern-9uc.- J2.00, isat. Mat Popular 75c, 50o WM. RUSSELL "THIS HERO STUFF" A Screamingly Funny Comedy- Drama in five Illg Reels. Also "AT THE STAGE1 DOOR" Ljloydt Comedy, and TRAIL" Kpisodo Fourteen Adu.ti 2Sc Children 10c COMING CHARLES RAY "THE BUSHER" Funnier Thaji "Greased Lij ning." CMPRESC IJTONlGHTONLYlJ In HIs'GrMlest 6 Act Artcnlt Picture ij f ofves Bf the liir OUier Cwd Ttlt 2Sc Shew In tht City. Thills All-Feature Week r'OLONIA THE POPULAR THEATRE Lj Three Distinctly Different Pro- grams that Defy Comparison TONIGHT AND TUESDAY HIPPODROME CIRCUIT _ VnUDtKlllE A Now Slion- Brirntnl ot New NoveUy 'Acla. THE MACK SISTERS Charming Girls'-: Gorgeously Gowned in' an Artistic Musical Offerirfg. Dlxieland's FunniHt Cemediin BILLY McCANN "Tho The CASSETTA RTDEL In aa Elaborate' Termichoroa EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION WILLIAM COMPANY World's Skirpihooter.', In a. MarrelloM-MilblUoii. QEORQE WALSH, fttr In W.I I .Tn't fvll f "I1LSATSO" Another WIN Animal RIM "LONESOME HfARTt AND LOOSE LIONS" Cthcr Ctncirl Orchvitn Prim Adulu Me Chlldnn JV, JM .trt4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday POSITIVELY TWO DAYS ONLY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS DUSTIN F ARNUM In a Mniive and Stirring Production of the Play That Made on thc Engllth Stage THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL" IY IARONEM ORCZY Ttit (reit mijorily of will remember witli jrMldesl Jif woi record ot orer perlornnnccs. csl.ib- hlthcd lhe Impfrial Thmln, London, FRED TERRY and JULIA NCILtON in "THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL." The tor ill comecnllrfe years In'England, and M periddtcillx TevinU now. FARNUKI In the roto ot "Sir T6rcy Blakcnty" dews wllh- ont irawtlorl tho finest work ot tils end re career. Friday and Saturday BEST WEEK END SHOW OF 1 THE YEAR JL Universal .Special Thto WILLIAM FOX produclloii of Ihla ccltbrslcd play will im oVithtmir weile n_furoro here, Millions have read the book. Tens ot Oiwinnrts lie pliy. one ol Uic MIlllonB who will KG tie pfcture. ICARLET flMPERNEJ." is being Bhowa In all Ihc cities nt freallj Increased prices of admission. In order trml evciT ota mar sec U here, lie loircsl poaslbtc prlcsi havo 301. ill 3) 1 10 ccrrli fwial M til nee Wcdnnda'x. 29 CiMs Olive Tell "THE TRAP" Written br the JIuler of Ficllon RICHARD HARDING DAVIS "THE TRAP" is i tale of AJaaka. (hat frWn srHh It's wild plcturetdiie s'ccnerTj its) lla wild supermen. pronounco "THE (o be eren greater Ihan Spoilers" cr "Tbe Barrier." REX BEACH nsver wrote, a more IhrtlUni fctory. We espec- ially wanl to "TMt TRAP" on oflr' ble