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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY, OCTOnF.n 0, 1919 DMLV HKiui.n FIVE pip eiiprrce AT 1HF Dill GUbuLuu "I I tit BARRYMORE MAKES HIT John Harrymorc. the papular Para- mount Elsr, has j-eere'J a decisive hit In tils new 1'aramouut photoplay. "Tbe Test of which Is draw1ng ca- liacity nu'JIejiccs al every showing ol lhc jiiclurc ni Starlaud. Mr. Uarry- juioic has a strong dramatic role la I (his picture, which stands out boldly Sjby contrast wlili his comedy work on I Ihe screen In the past. That he Is an ________ unusually girted player Js amply evt- .deuced, acd last hla portrayal of the Had Has Three tcadfnq Women In convict In this production will vastly "Tht Cold Deck" [enhance his popularity, seems Lo te The now fiennelt comedy, oa the iomC3 to lha Empress Iheatre nest Monday Tor a (uur Jays' engagement. action Ot! "Tbe Foolish showing program Is a scream. IHIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY Monday (ThanXsBirlng Day) Iiv111 sec tbo first Hippodrome Circuit vmLdctllle road show al the Colon'al theatre, end It Is to say lhat A nccullarlty hi the construct Cold tbe latest starring S. Hart, the famous Bullfighter of HID screen, which -will bo at the ISinprcss Theatre today, demands-throe leading women for tlie star. KueLcn, (bat star cf dark______ Oriental appears ,-vs Coralle, Accord'QUdlenceBwiirwItneEri'he per- Ihe Kpiiuish BuYcuturess, whoso IOTO Jroroiaucca Judging by iulercsl for "Liivel .phyed by Js bejns takcn locally In Uie enures many of the difficulties iivh1cJk-non- circuit. liosct Mm. Miss Huelicn had the. An acL on the bill whit'h will create femmlr.G rolo with Hart in a fiU11Hai'on ihai preEcnlcd by I-a "Truthful anJ was hero- a dainty danclDg maid, who Itio of "Tho IlslI Hrocil, "Tho bcr new and novel dancing Jonno." "A Woman's anil: creation entitled "The 1320 Banco lie- iiolalla a blond ;vue." La Terese, whose every move ingenue -U graceful, makes many changes ol BILLY OS1LO11 UiDy OswaM, the comedian, was seeii at ttio MaJosL'c theatre last ulglit in ]ita new musical Lore a and ?ddeil still fur "TWIN BEDS" "TVI.i Salisbury Field and Margaret Mayo'B merry comedy ivhlcli has made tbe whole world laugh lei the last row years of its plieaomjnal career will be Ihe allractlon al tho ilajesllc on Friday and Saturday of thts week, wllh a special matinee ou turd ay. Beds" Js satd lo be llio fun- niest play ever writtea and to be as lansled aa a ball ot yarn wi'h which ttio festive kitten bia played, but It of those bewildering things thai mates hoad ache In unwind- Now York cast will again be seen In- cluding Sail-, August c Aramlul, Kalhlync Traeuy, Hess Siaf- forJ, Suslo SL-OII, Hugh O'Conntil, Howard Kay and otbcra. Tuesday evenings neit week will be the new dramatic suct'caj "Tho KuU Ot A 1'oifect has proven with playgoers (or Ihu few aiasons. A capable company will bo so HI In Iho liliy here which will be eihbclHehed with an iittrjclivo scenic pjroiueUou. AT THE MAJESTIC Writlon by Howard McKent Barnes, wrll khown author who has ftiauy re- j been seen here on several nrcrious occasions, scores In ihe piece with her rich rolce sind pleasing appearinE to the Lest by dwc-llcra in largo fashionable auaiL- ,ous F eiy out of, her 'teens', who lias lu the performance uf featurej :i number of recent: act. sticen plays, aiinears as Hart's sister.1 1-cwls and TInrlo aro an cxtmordin- Sylvia llremcr, an AustraUan act- ress of the pronounced Kigl'sh typo the third o[ this rcmarh- ablu combination of beauty. wltli Win. K. Marl, Chaplin ajipeai-g in his screen riot, "In Uie Park." Also a Outing-Cho.ster sonation, pass "out" a linndlc of'song, liiclure will ho shown, which nwlwa In a manner well timed lo please n pnjEraiuiiio that will be enjoyed by any audience. The'.r govna are char- Love Creeps In Your Heart." The re- ina'udcr of the company give seed v.-ho llin nas ni.iny iileas- 'Tho ivho orfer Ihclr n, classy chiracler linper- leg "I Love a bo repealed al the last lime. AT THE COLONIAL jacter models and bcaulirul. They will jljc nn interesting number on the- bill. The big let w'll be rearl'3 Pels, a Ibis happy group of ncrlorrains dogs will be" seen In "A Canine Jubi- 11 Ice." Lovers o( they are I lesion, ivlll llnd 1'earl'd I'c-ls u fine t "The Outcasts of Poker Flat "Vilial reminiscences this IDUSL bring _ lo olJ timers who rornenibc-r eiamyle of caclne JuialllBence. this famous Urct llarlc story was Trstj "A greal1 photoplay Dill will round published! How it stirred Hie the entertainment In fine- style, VniU'J Slates ami broaslit'ovcrlnsLlngl vlLJi Uic- Colonial coneerl orchestra in fninc'aiul immoriflllty to beloved accoirtpaiiimcnt. Three shows each day will be given matlucc al 2.30 and cvcnlag shows at 1 and U p.m. Jlarte! And now it'is in photoplay form and Is to Le projcclcd on the screen of The Colonial Iheatre today, Friday and Saturday for the firsl time in this cily. The mere mention "THE SILVER KING1 of llrcl llarlc's name would cloubl'tss THRILLING PLAY lirinn HII audience oi largo illmln- NOW IN PICTURES sions, but couplod with Hie fact Hull Alter holding- the stage iti England SI U the famous author's "Outcasts otiand tins country for more Vlian thirty1 Poher Klfil" lo be Ehoivri, and further-j "The Silver Kfiig." Ibe famous more lhal one of the screen's most melodrama of English life, wrllten by fascinating and truu-lo-ltfc stars. Marry Carey, is lo be i tlie gcnllemnn guniblcr. t as John Onkhnrsi, anil Is onqQgh lo warrant Hi a I n pint-sized theatre will linvc to accommodate a. quart-sized audience et Iho MAJESTIC Two Days Starting 13 (THANKSGIVING DAY) THE MEW IRISH COMEDY Jlenry Arthur Jones and Henry Her- man, 1ms been plcturized willi Will- iam Krtversbain iu the stellar role, and 'this picture will be shown at Starland healre Friday and Saturday. ''The Silver King" deals with the idventurcs ol Wilfred Denver, an Eng- lish coJntry squire, who is ruined by a supposed Iriend in revenge lor cut- ting him out Ip the aflcctlou oE a beautiful Kirl whom Denver marries. Years later, Ware induces Denver to tiel all he owned upon a Derby race, the result being- lhat lie -is Impover- ished- When Denver bears Ware gloat- Ing c'vDr the success of bis' scheme, he goes lo the latler's house aL night tlie Intention to hill him, but inslcad is slain by the leader of a bsnd'of rouliers. Denver is suspscted of tbi crime, but he .evades arrest by flceiug lo this country and he flrnnsses a fortune in a wes'.eni mining-camp. His wlte and friends, as well-as the poiice, uuliiirC; him to have been killed In a rallway accldcUL and when, lie reappears In England under an p.saumcd nnmc, ei- cUlne events ensue. Denver's inno- _ ccnce of murder is established and he reunites with Jits family. j A Delightful Play With An All- Slar Casl. Prices ....i...... 51.00, 75c, We NOT A PICTURE Tho male selects hl3 brido even amons Iho savagca ot the South Seas, but It is not dono by process of court-; Bliip.' On certain specified, holidays, i Iho .marriageable- girls of Iho IriLn; iJTCparc -thdnselvea by smearing tnelif i hotliea with dyes, daubing great I tlrcaks of white paint on ITtfir 'and tlicn they are-paraded, by the mcJiclne man of Ibo tribe before Iho young men. The males make their selection on Ibis occasion. Tba girl Is taken home, of her decor-'. attona and returns lo lhc man who has picked her for his wife.. Tho custom ol selecting girls for; marnago Is pictured In j by the filial Instalment of; Martin Johnson's sensational "Cannibals'of Iho South which! MON. TUES. HIPPODROME CIRCUIT AUDEVILL GREAT OPENING BILL, COLONIAL E "A CANINE JUBILEE" tlcver an elaborately "staccd rtct. Lewis arid Bar to Dancing' 'Comedians MENKE SISTERS Clean, Clever Character TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY conditions It wll bo rresenlea m Home. Madrid, South America LAST TIMES TODAY DONT LET Uft SEEINP TMlS'WOrlOEB L': N! LAST TIME TONIGHT at B. E. LANG, offers Tfcc International Comedian, in "I LOVE A LASSIE" A N'ew JIusical Comedy Prices 75c, 50c "JAZZ AND JAILPIRDS" Vitagraph Comedy "ELMO THE MIGHTY Third Episode. A Irao slory western life. It Ihrills. It grips. It holds you from start to finish. Included In the ol well known stars Mildred Harris (Mrs. Chas. ivho plays an Import- anl iiarl, also CHAS. CHAPLIN "IN THE PARK" THE TEST .OF HONOR' rlc- This is one of-Ihe linfisl lurea we have shown (or Lime. Don'fmiss "THE FOOLISH AGE" A Drancl Xew Seanell Coinedy. It's a Scream. Adults .Children 10s Chev- rolet car coulest iviti each admission. Save your votes, and vole Tor Llie lady in your favor. In the K. of P. Hall On Thanksgiving Evening, Monday, Oct. 13th CANNONEERS' JAZZ BAM) IN AHENDANCE OcMO-11 Len S. Brown, Rts, Mtjr. SATURDAY THE PLAY THAT HAS ROCKED THE COUNTRY WITH LAUGHTER. A. 3, STERN i SEI.WYN CO.'S PRESENTATION The Ben Hur of Comedy It Will Last for Years Thi in Concepdo'rT "the '1920 Charattar r faflncft Ifevug. HILL Adults, any b'Jc children', any seal 2oc Msllnes bally al 2.30 Twice Nlnhlly al 7 and 9 p.m. GREAT HOLIDAY MATINEE MONDAY LAUOH9 EVERY MINUTE, GROWING INTO SCREAMS IKun Tlerdea Wll Flaihes Ca Thlnj; pocn THE SAME GREAT CAST AND PRODUCTION THAT PLAYS THE PROMINENT CITIES PRIPFS- IIMV-DO. 76c, Mi Seals on Ssle al Armstrong 1 Raworth's Friday and Saturday WHEN WE SAY SPECIAL WE SPEAK WEBSTER S LANGUAGE, NAMELY: "DISTINGUISHED BY SOME UNUSUAL QUALITY, UNCOMMON, EXTRAORDINARY, ESPECIALLY DISTINGUISHED W. SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE, IMPORTANCE, POWE3, OF1 THE THIS DESCRIBES "The Silver Adalts..... 3Sc; Children......I0c Saturday Matinee, Children 59 Sc ;