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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ocTonuiv.io, nip r.RTiinnmr.E HRRAUI PAGE FIVE cess clothes anJ civilization crpst'j vulgarity. The women, or the Canoi- ta) Iblauda ot Lho eoutb. Facllie wear virtually no clothing at all, and they ure more modest than the Broadway droller, unil a >wholo lot Icsa vulEar." This ia 'tho obsert'fttlou of Mrs. JoLnsoii who accompanied her iiuslaud ou tbe Diost dangerous ex- ploits of liis months' ex pod I- 'ilou. of Ihe-Soutli Seas" ulpjrlly with tho amusement public. Miss Caslteton hiB leeu Coving I Tuesday next, opening cltl holiday matinee (iloi Tans (or several years and she lias appeared lu such jilcture 39 Lte "On Trial." "CiodV MHO." "Empty Pockets." "Tha Aalies uf My Heart.11 ami miuy other equally photoplay In "'Hie Silver Mist Castlelon has the or Nellto Den- presented in ulue reels and will b'jjvcr, ,wifu ot an Kugllsh couulry ot the Kmpress iht-atro com-! squire, wbo Is ruined by a supposed vrllU a Momlay uicueing TOJIONTO. OU. 9.--William loci. M. Ij. A-. former Liberal ie'aJir In Jthu Oumrlo legislature, "who ius been rejeflej by hl3 old limn l.lU-ial friends and ronaUt neat's because of lih liavIuR favored Union gou-ruiheut and conscription, apparently is to re- celvo the support of ihe Cenlor 11 ram In liiSvCanJiJaey as an in de-pen clcd t. At a mectliiK of tlie Conservative party al Scaforth. It was decided not io put a caudldate'In the. field. U was felt that sorio recognition was due to Mr. ProutUool, "In view ot the way lie Joined hands with Sir Wllllaci Hearst jn tho citcnslqu of tho lifo of the legislature until alter "llie v.-ar, and be- cause lie assisted greatly In the for- inajiou of Union government." Mr. Proudfoot r.nnouni'cd himself as an Independent fandldalp. J. M. Gov niilock ia the Liberal and James Livingstone tho U. F. A. can diilalc. t Straight Prohibitionist TORONTO, Oct. la now straight prohibitionist randi'late out. Sir John Hunter announced he would run as n prohibitionist In Park ilalo. LicuL-Col- 1'ricc represented rnrkdale in tho last legislature. lie ivlll bo the Conservative tandMale J. S.- Slallery, Liberal 'HL ENf> OF A PERFECT DAY" AT MAJEQTIC MONDAY, One of the most pleasing dramatic aliraeliona lo be al (he Majestic lieatre Hits .season will be llie de- tfnl Irish comedy Unima "The Knd ot u Perfect wlJicli comes to e .Majestic Iheatre lor .two nights nrline MonJay noil. Oci. 13th. JJlays with a strain of Irisli scull- mcut as (he theme have always piov- 1 fric-nd and who subsequently is c-L-nlral figure ut intensely Ing events. DJJ) at 2.30. aud with two ihows at night at 7 und 9 p.m. From Calgary, where the shows opened last Monday, comes Ihe glad "Howe that the opeoLte bill la tip lop In every respect, aud that it played to capacily audiences there on Monday, Tir-'sday and Wednesday. Identically the same bills will bo presumed here as are seen In all llie Hip Ihea- so Lelhbridge's vaudeville fun? may rest assured that they will aee the one and only Hip shows complete immensely liealrc goers. with modern O My Jlearl" HARRY CAREY SCORES A LASTING TRIUMPH Universal Star Seen In BrcL Harte't Immortal Wettern Classic Another for Harry Carey. tLc of hts career, way added diid Australia and so pronounced was iis success that It vas coueeded to be (be best comedy written in the lasl twenty years. This year lu spite of (he preat war It will be produced in Itome. Paris, Madrid. Aiuerica aud Soutb Africa. people whose destinies Ileda'1 concerns are alt distinct social types--familiar, amusing aud refreshingly delineated The Slsnora Monti, wbo had the fore- alght lo mary an Italian cabaret lenor: and elevate bha to the J-'.OOO a dbss at Ihe MetropoliUn Optra i House, Is au original creation and of tbe nilddte west and Pacific aod recently played hvo >veeXa al San Francisco at iho Columbia Thea- tre, aod the Mason Opera. House, I.oa its fourtb limo in cities to ih3 largest business in the history of the play. dancluK act. The Menkc- Sta "Ibe peraonality elrls" will offei elaborately gowned act, and will aster Into which they arc caught. other newly weds, the one -A model of a husband, ihe oiher the suspicious i scored an enormous cey Olcoli'R various IriElipplays will never, be even ihe re- cent artistic success "John Ferguson" seen at Ihc Majesllc last week had Ireland as K'B locale. Tlirs utw Irish play, Knd of a Perfect will make a strong appeal lo by Its simple charm. Us delightful story, nnd its nua'f't and liuniorous licrolcc "Paddyivack." 11 will make a visit to Ihe >TaJestIc worth while nesL Mon- day or Tuesday. _ ha4 {gentleman gambler tn "Tlic Outcasts Klat; adapl-cd for the screen THEY'RE OFF IN AUTO RACE The Chevrolet auto cainpaign wlilch tfao l a fc; days Ihcalrc ith voting Innreasing In date In by the Universal Company from Urcl ifartc's world ture was i Look. The pic- last night for t popularity ciritctncnt evtry liour Ih, ItQiifrcw, lias withdrawn j and next will see ihe action j frum Ihe In Ibis letter to as the ranrtltlalcs put forth their Indl-' the scc-nJlary Liberal As- efforts lo secure the support. linio at Iho Colonial nnil be shown again Saturday- "Tlio Immortal story which lias been read by railHons of persons, has been put on tho screen exactly as tlic be- loved BrcL Harte wrote it. Uul to in- jijct a pleasant to tho or- iginal story, a prologue nnd an i-pil havo been added which, miU- gates its coiuuwhal sombre ending. Carey is seen, and after llie real story ns "Ktinarc Shoattn' lznna who reads tho jtory of incladuii, he slates that he will sup- port the United Karmrrs ot Oularlo candtdato. This loaves Hon. T. W. JlcOarry hiy 0110 oppunetit. ivill or-jrOKP Sir Admn MecX in London. A inectlng uf ihe labor party of their friends. In today's issue of this paper Is n list of Inu candidates who have been liOininaleJ and received numcrou3 volts from Iheir friends. Every one It to rite own situation it lo a happy conclusiou with The. Girl. "Elino the MIeMy'J'and a Vllagraph comedy arc also being shown. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE OPENS MONDAY AT COLONIAL bill will Include a hig wild comely "HowlinE IMons anJ Circus Queens" and I'ete Morrison In Post." The Colonial Concert Orchestra csn je relied upon to furnish a fine orches- ratlon to the vaudOTllle amusing. The company that will be sepn here is ihe one organized espe- cially to play all the prominent cities G.E. Fleming AGENT FOR YE OLDE FIRME HEINTZMAN CO.; LIMITED PIANOS, ORGANS, GRAMA- PHONES ROOMS Armslrong Raworlh Jewelry Store Residence Phor.e 575 Armstrong Raworth 1727 StarJand Thcalrt 1533 MONDAY-TUESDAY NEXT WEEK .serins to want'- to win Lhe dc-clrtcxl to.piii Dr. A. Klcven- of Ihe diamond rings and Ron In the f Su far Andrew Kolun- j if ihe names voles continue to ton. Liberal cantlHrUe. has not pour into the "theatre for the rival] although Mitre is a-rumor contestants in Ihe noil three weeks seaEort, and incidentally tho opening Unit he will do FO buforo Saturday, j as .they have the last Ihrce.dnys, IMs of the famous Hippodrome Circuit Slany liberals arc against op-1 going to he a mighty exciting cam- Kir Adiiiii, siiiui; he has- tlc-'nalgn. clarcJ Ills Independence. Many jadles no doubt have been un- able to havo their -name >istcd and tho management ivitl be pleased lo have Diem send their nomination to the theatre and If there is any who have ijctn nominated by friends who do no I wish lo compete for the prizes, they can withdraw their name by no- liryirig fhe Ihcalre. Most 01 the hustlers and live ones arc gelling busy and it would he well Ihc others, to get busy al once. Don't wail a day or two grab Ihc chance to secure voles. Don't nigeon- opportunity. Tha first vaudeville bill of the lo como to Lei lib ridge, .will be offered at tbe Colonial Theatre on Monday TWIN BEDS" AT THE >rtAJESTIC Nrf play over came lo' Ins so thoroughly amused Hie theatrical appetite as lias "Twin Ueda." Sal'shury Field's nml Margaret Mayo's funniest of all funny i wlilch opens an engagement of Iwo days, today and Saturday, with mall- nce Saturday, at Hie Majestic, under Ihc direction of A. S. Stern and Co., Lho well known nroduccra of so many big recent hits. "Twin Beds" Is said lo be the laugh play of the century and to give new to the Joy Its success" has never before been equalled In the rrstory of tlie stage. Not content with Its loni; run in New York, it went lo London ANOTHER BIG SPECIAL MAJESTIC-'Tonight and Saturday Len S. Brown, fles. Mar. MATINEE SATURDAY THE PLAY THAT HAS ROCKED THE COUNTRY WITH LAUGHTER. A. S. STERN 4 SELWYN CO.'S PRESENTATION fine Reel Feature Showing Savages Will Run Four Days i i .Next Week. Thrills. Yea, Boy! N They bore- tight through your, boredom. .Chief Nagapale, prtbably the cniel- looklus human being on tbe faco of the pnrlK, Ihcitrlbo ol "Bli; Kumbcrs." llio pnost savage cannlnaU of tho South Sea, la'ccd Martin John- eon's camerA jungle on the Island or Mallcola and later io b-j capLurcd by him and. escaping only by the iimely arrival of H firitiah bat- Ijcshlp Is 'ono-of Ihc njany exciting Incidents Ibis, the nios'l leg and'unicjuc.motion picture c Nakedness Nol Vulgar Saye Adven turAr's Wife. "Thcro la no In naked-1 successful and' gained enviable pop- BARBARA CASTLETON LEADING WOMAN FOR WILLIAM 'I as one ot tbe most btauliiul and Inlenled Ihc stage or screen, Barbara Casllctdn, well kno'.Tn (6 theatregoers all vover the country, Is leading woman for William Kaversham, the famous star, i will bo scen'in the superb Para-. mnunt-Artcraft special picture, "The Silver al Starland lonlght atil V! Castleton TVRS born in Lltlle Hock, Art., an3 educated in Xcw Ro- N.YV She went on the stage a.t an early age-and among her most imporlanl portrayals were those dis- closed in tho leading parta ot "It Pays lo Advertise" and "Madame Sherry." In productions slie was Jiigbly Good Things For variety of our home made CAKES and PASTRIES Fresh Melba' -IF you buy bread why not have the real home-made .-kind like we make. NORTH LETHBR1DGE BAKERY PHONE 1307 404 3th STREET N. TODAY AND SAT'DAY Every body's Favorite THE EMPRESS ''NOTHING PACIFIST ABOUT THIS GUY. GREAT OPENING BILL Hippodrome CIRCUIT VlillDtllLLE Pearl's Pets 15 Clover Performing "A Canine lewis Singing, Tolkte Dancing. anil LAUGHS GROWING INTO SCREAMS Harry Carey in a Stirring Production of Bret Harle's Hotel "THE OUTCASTS OF .FOKER FLAT" It's a Great Picture "Jazz and Jailbirds" 1 Vita graph Comedy THlfcD EPISODE "ELMO THE MIGHTY" 25c and lOc Fun Tickles AnrRTldcas I I V Wlt Flashes I Hi" A I Climaxes f Novelty Catches llul 14 I LJneE II The Real Thing Uill-l New Laughs THE SAME GREAT CAST AND PRODUCTION THAT PLAYS THE PROMINENT CITIES DDirpC. Nights St.50, 75c, We I IUVLJ. Salurday Malinec 60c Seals Now Selling at Armstrong and MenkeSisters "Clean. ClasES' Eiilertaiiicrs'1 EXTRA ATTRAC.TKVN IB Teruae 'The 1920 Dance Revue" CONCERT ORCHESTRA PHOTOPLAYS PETE MOHRIfflN in INDIAN POST" "HOWLING LIONS AND PRICES: Adults 50c Children 25c Daily at 2.30 Nights 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. Big Thanksgiving Dance WILL BE HELD In the K. of P. Hall Oct. 13th i; Extra Lady 50o MAJESTIC Two Days Starting Mon., Oct. 13 (YHANKSG1VING DAY) THE NEW IRISH COMEDY "IhiiEnilof a Perfect Day" A Dcllehtful I'lay With An All- Cnsl. Price........... tr.OO, 75c, Me NOT A PICTURE- You can very .well know that ho was photographed at IM risk of Hie. lie's a sample or the treacherous savage seen In the, film "Captured by the MARTIN JOHNSON'S CANNI- BALS OF THE SOUTH'9EA3. Startling Motion Pictures of Cannibal Life Original, iinconrcntlonnl and Tonight and Tomorrow WM. S. HART I -IN- 4THE HATERS' PEARL WHITE in "MESHES OF EVIL" ANOtHER HOWLING CHAPLIN COMEDY "THE JAZZ WAITER" AND MANY OTHER THIKfiS. GOOD Prices 25c and v6tcs on Chev- rolet car contest- with each admission. Save your voles, ami volo for tho lady In your lavor. Extraordinary Would he ever them WILLIAM in The Silver Kine it "THE SILVER KINt" ia one of, the most Intensely dramatic pictures ever screened. It's thrilling ilcr'tM could not belter soiindcil by any living actor than William r'avcrsham. It Is !i triclurs it love, of UTe, of death, that will touch the chords of being, William Paversham is a master. "THE TWO O'CLOCK TRAIN" Keystone Comedy, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY1' Adults 35 Cents, Children 10 Cents. Saturday Matinee, Children 5 ;