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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIUUY, OCYFOUKK 11, u-rniBmrxiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE lllble u-lth Ihoin. Christian Endeavor will be helJ at G.45. and Iho W.1I.S. will have cliargo ct '-be regular eve- ning service at 7.30. Salvation Army Services Touiprroiv, Sunday, Mra. Adjutant Jolitistuiio assisted by comrades conduct special services. In the after- noon Hit' luueral service of I'tc. Thom- as will taka place at p.m. Hcv. (.'uptaiu IJcnooii assisted by ilrs. will Uuvc charge of this scr- to They segregated them selves from ihe neighboring trlbcL-. and Iiad so lofig jtnermarrktl tbai nearly everybody In ihe l.ribo vras at it ia only fair lo Lhe slate that ID thla attraction ive have a num- ber big r.itj show. It Is the sawo company and production tLuit has filled Tra, o wi" Uavc tbl3 SCr eWs of lev in In Hie mectius Ad, Lid 13 Ul C-.--IL.> I I ...i.. -..-Ill ilnliirur till 1 Til throughout j .jht challenge lo ihu men And ot the churclt aud I nnd to get as tichhid !he greJt'fst incivei modem limes. _ k la inovruienl Is c'ndorseO and by all mi roach Iho large objectives fere tbo churches 1u Canada. Oj New Principal For Consoll- 1 Salvation Army at Tabcr In connection ivlth Ihe opening or work it1 Tahpr. At] lulaiit Johnstonc and least a. lirst cousin to even-body Dlje. I week-Bland encasements In Winnipeg. Tie result ot ialmiiarrlago and nv Minneapolis, Milwaukee, SI. Paul, and strlcled rations brought race sulcldejl' now o- the Branil. Cal- of tho most vicious hind, and ihe. tribe! and then on to the East again. consisted o( only 7C5 weaklings. pictures lu "Cannibals o[ The company Including Jojephlne. Ihc'Saxe. Augujle. Araminl. Kitblyn Trac South which Id skowu aljoy. Hugh O'Conuell, Stafford, ihe for four days fllarLlugj Susio Scot I, Howard Pujr anil otherj, on Monday ncit. Tills feature should! supply the Inn In largo chunks, jnatc a good Loliday laughi coming ILicli and --------.-----J________ also furious, all through Ihe action. BIG WEEK END SHOW I U Is seldom thgt we are given an op- AT THE COLONIAL j portunlly such as that ottered In ic seen In hor original act "The 1020 Jance OLIO of this season's audfcvllle sensations. Elaborate owns, cicelknt II gh ting effect j and a special sceulc production aro lea- urcs of La. Teresc'a offering. lisrto, eluging, dancing, and talking corned I a 115 will paas out a >uudlo or song hits anil comedy num- ers In (.heir peculiar ivay, and are uund lo score heavjty with tho autl- etices. The Meafce Sisters, two charming sod pretty fcirlu, ivbo stamp their act For the last, tinier lonlgbl at Inej" _ to enjoy an evening ot Colonial Theatre the week enjoyment, and it lertainly be Bhow will be presented Keaturnj on Hooves' every theatre goer In Leto tho bill IB Harry the scrccu'e' brldeo who can apprecbte tip top attraction In visit thft Majestic to light, where "Twin Ile-da" will tie pre aeated for the last time. most popular delineatup Weslern Characters in Bret Ilarle'a famous story "The OuU-asIs of I'okcr KlaL" Carey has always been very popular with local photoplay rails. ?nd In (his. his Latesi. is seen at his best. Comedy Is lurnished in 'Jazz a.iid JaUbErits" tlic ueiv Ylugraph cora- eJv rjot. an'J the thrills of the bill are Buppued in tho litest episode ol "Elmo The .Mighty" the smashing aerial. Jlippoilromp Vaudeville opciia af the Colonial ou 1'etor llidcaii. Ft root., Otlaiva. ami (our ol liis C'hltdicti verc Coimd dc-ud cf gas oiifus. and Ills wife' tiled bier in ADDITIONAL LOCALS Death Infant Chairman, Rev.1 Bryan. Bible Claci Activities A meeting of Adult Bible class ol Ihe United Gliurch of North Lcln- britlpo wii5 held at tlio homo ot Mr nnd Mrs. W. llonlt, 1 nlh SL K. on Tues day evening. Oct. Plans considered for Krcatcr acllviLiea ol tho "TWIN BEDS'1 IS A RIOT Got [lift bluea? Keel eroueliy? Down In Iho duoiys Better aiid see tbe funniest sliow In lljo "Twin Ileds" which open- ed at the Majestic Thcalrc last nlgtt to an audience that simply rocked with laughter from the first lo the last, cur- tain. The producers ot Ihe show liavfc CLASSY VAUDEVILLE TO OPEN AT THE COLONIAL MONDAY "HTp" Show is a Dandy. Two solid hours of the beat eutor Ui timeriL ever offered Lelhlmd g theatre poora will be Ibc attractions the Colonial Thcalro on Monday and Tuesday, tlio (Irst of tbe nippodrorae Circuit Vaudeville BhDM-a wiU bo offered. The Bchcdulo of the Hip vaudeville shoiva during the season win be a follows: Matiuco each day commencing at 2.30. Evening performances: Photoplays, 7-to B p.m.; Hippodrome Vaudeville, B lo 9 p.m.; Photoplays 3 till 10; Hip- podrcuie Vaudeville. 10 to 11 p.m. No laugh in every fool" was never more Perfect Day." a most Bucteasfully eienipllfied than in "All I drama, superbly s'.agoJ and [he five-act farce-comeiy presented by finished dra in a, featuring llryant Clilcasn clean and which opens its local enfiagr-mem on j flay or love, laughter, Monday al Siarland. "All Wrong" pailios and tears, with scenes that art a comedy o( comedies. Literally from tbe moment tho play starts until the very last loot of the last reel the auil- ience is kept in one continual condit- ion of i-acliinuallon. for there i> not a moment when something surprising ami unexpected does not happen, and all o( the droll situations aro cleverly "clean, ilissy aoj clever" will bOjtuiit up one on top of the otiic-r. rul- beautiful New York play of iDtensa Interest with bright :tnd ?parkllnc comedy, attractive settings and splea- illdly prcsenied. Doston strict trayal ot Ihe quaini 'old wilh a BiJiendid. vivacious character as "PaUdywack In third place on tbe bill. Gore-, iQlndtlng in one grand Onale ot U eo'usly gowned, these "personalily I btrained mirth. rls" will be'a iiii- An unciual touch will be given to 1 HOLIDAY ATTRACTION the program by Pearl's Pels, a, group FOR THE MAJESTIC uf fltteen performing in "A Can- Thn ilnjestlc Thoalro will has-o I presentation of real English St. Louis Pretty scenes, clean, taichy well acleil upllftlug an'd 1 invigorating. New Orleans Jubilee" one of the cleverest an- imil In vaudeville. s Pele Morrison in "By Indian Post" and the Century Inn makers In other of the great wild animal comedies, "Soaring Lions and Circus Queens" together with the latest Tropical Re- view wilt make up (he photoplay bill All totd. It will be "some" show. tho iittraclion for ncxl Monday and good Hnej. gooO acenes and Tuesday thn delightful Irisb comedy good acting. "Tho Fnd of a Perfect Day" ono of J Iho season's Btrongesl dramatic allrac- tlons Delighlful in theme, rich in uraor anil and with a pretty lovn l is drawing large and delightful story running through it the play h audiences to Starland. Mr. Faversham "ALL COMEDY COMING TO STARLANO It used to bo elatcJ in motion pic- ture production circles that com- edy eitending over one reel would fall flat. Then came Charlie Chaplin who knocked (he spots off ihat theory with his brilliant two-reel comics. Sint-o then wn have had many suc- cessful comedies in tbrcc. four aiicl five reels. 'But the slogan ol "A scoring heavily on it's present Canad- ian tour. The press tpeak very high- ly o( the play, following being excerpts called "Tiyln Ilcds" Uic llur of j seals will be reserved'ln an4 comedy" and such it certainly (s. Is i a general admission of 50 cents for ihe IPS I sloom chaser uavc ever had in Lelhbridge, for solid un- adulteratetJ laughter can't be beaten. Thn company present IHR Dcds" at the Majestic Is metropolitan adults and 25 cents for children will be charged. Four distinct and ecpar- ala acts will make up tho bills, ihe bill which cony a on Monday and Tuesday being as follows: Died in tlic cily on Oftolmr 11. In-, class for Ihe future and-UiC possible fanl McCialn, Lcluvcil daughter of- Mr. jiiiiuKuralioii1 under the oC '.be i niul Mrs. ;II2 Mth SI.: Of (i branch of the Christian I sontli.1 ViKior.il from Pntttrly'a par- ycna League Tor North l.clhbridRCy IU, lor.; tisls al Rev. C. E. lvas dcctiletl In liavo an cnlarsetl j CraRj; IiitcrniuuL in tho photograph nia'Jo ol the Intliau girl, I imblic tcrr.ntcry. "lhe dass aro supporting- and f0r missionary work In India, same lo Funeral of Hector Gnudry framed nn'l hung ia class room, j The funeral of Hector CJauJry M'ill, Alter the regular was con-j froniTcKoi'iy's parlors on eluded tlainly relrnahmcMls -were scrv- Runtlay :nn al !.ir, mul proceed cj nnil the rest of the evening to St. Patrick's rhurc-h, wlicrc services pioo3iutly spent in music and games. j will bo cpmlucicJ liy Hcv, Fatlter >1c- Caffrev. Intc-r.T.unt will takL1 place In i lh? in St. Patricks cemc-; No Morning Service Tl'nrn willi'iia no mcrninp service conducted In Clir'Ellaii lltblf school will be liclil st 10.30. Mr. Nock, the superintendent, specially rcaupsls- that alt attending bring production Is La. Tcrcse, the 'dainty will G.E. Fleming MAJESTIC-TONIGHT, 2.30 Len S. Brown, Bts. Mgr. LAST TIME THE PLAY THAT HAS ROCKED THE COUNTRY LAUGHTER. x A. S. STERN S. SEI.WYN CO.'S PRESENTATION The Den Hur of Comedy" It Will Last for Years LIMITED PIANOS, ORGANS, GRAMA- PHONES SHOW ROOMS s Armstrong Raworth Jewelry Store Residence Phone 575 .Armstrong Raworlh 1727 Siarland Theatre 1533 the SJULL Seas, what a T-ondorZll Tball tl-- 'il-viiTC'is o; l il flrt-Oi -r.iai.tej. (Le ol II-1 T---J r..vT'vth; ol M-. 1 al the It sil-ilo 6-i ir'.ill liiiJir'ess'unlil ever--' b Ihe clly arid dis- .Inct 1 ic i1, t'T rr one who sees it will bo sitlstied until all hi; nml pcqualntancea have also hail n smjiiJ so fj'-l o_ interest and (lejlgllt, so in the best mean- ing ol Ihe "-svord, Is every minuti-c! the two and a bait .hours showing-. We ditl more or itsrtiollcrlnE when our susar rations were cut down to f lump a meal, .but bow would you feel IT all tlie lood yon rrad crer eaten was cocoanut moat and Martin John- in son found a tfibo of Islauders in the I South I-acillc who neTer haO auyMiing Good Things For Thanksgiving Wide variety of our Kdme made CAKES and PASTRIES Fresh Melba Chocolates If you buy bread why not have the real home-made kind like .we make. x NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY PHONE 1307 404 13th STREET N. EVERY MINUTE, SHOWING INTO SCREAMS Fun Ticklei Wll Flashes Novelty Catchei The Real Thing New Lines New Laughs Wittiest Brightest Cleverest The Latest THE SAME GREAT CAST, AND PRODUCTION THAT PLAYS THE PROMINENT CITIES Prices 7Sc, 50c Seals Now Selling at Arrriitrong and Raworth's Theatre Contest s iinaWc personally to visit all mr taho Ihla means aEMni; your vctcs hnd influence on tny behalf in lals conical. ConrunS fn favor, cvnlilllnjf (Tin purchaser lo ft of rlh c[ admissions cnn hfe ohtaincrl at Iho ffddrcsscs: ?D2 Sfrcsl Nbrth. 808 Seventh SKect South, Phone 1092. 7M Eleventh Slreel South, Phone 1562. 363 FiUh Avenue South, r Thr.nklni: you In anticipation of your continued heir. Mrs. 6. R. MATTHEWS 702 FIFTEENTH STREET NORTH COLONIAL MONDAY and TUESDAY HIPPODROME 1 CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE GREAT OPENING BILL "A CANINE JUBILEE" PEARL'S Clever Performing Dogs Lewis Barto i Menke Sisters Singing, Talking, Dancing Comedians "THE PERSONALITY GIRLS" In s clean, classy, gorgeously gowned ncl. LA TERESE PETITE DANSEUSE IN "JHE 1920 DANCE REVUE" PETE MORRISON In "BY INDIAN POST-" Pholodmna v LATEST SCREEN "HOWLING LIONS AND CIRCUS QUEENS" rholocomedy CONCERT ORCHESTflA BIG SPECIAL MATINEE MONDAY Adulta ;0c 2j Matinee Daily at 2.30 ShswY Nighu al 7 and 9 p.m. i LAST TONIGHT Evening Show Starts at WORTH WHILE PICTURE Will's m Kaversham's Paramount- Irish i Artcraft special picture, "The Sllrer has a strong role in a'strong story and he Is finely supported, his leading bein 3 Barbara Castle ton. H [rom somn recent criticisms: 1 is a ivorlh while picture in cve'fy Thc Nc.v York Knd ol spcct. 4 DAYS STARTING on LMrKtoo-MONDAY Great Holiday Attraction VIL1.UM rAVElCSHJUl FLe Silver -IN- 'The Storing' You will do youraoH an injustice if you miss Ihls Epeclal (ealurc. AND SEEK, A Scream, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHE PROGRAM BRYANTWASHBURN "ALL WRONG" ALSO LLOYD COMEDY, AND "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Episode Eight. _ THE at -the risk, of life Audaciously Orip Unconven-tionol StartUnb pictures of Man- Trapped by Burying the dead Sixty hour death-watch The most sensational motion picture ever a first hand visit to trie land of the human brute Photographed at the risk o( life among: man-eating x savages. G.W.Y.A.-25c TONIGHT LAST TIME Wm. S. HART in'THE HATERS' PEARL WHITE IN "FrtESHES OF EVIL" AND OTHER GOOD ONES MAJESTIC MON., OCT. 13 The Bright Sparkling Irish Comedy "The End of a Perfect Day" A SWEET, CLEAN, WHOLESOME PLAY, WITH AN ALL STAR CAST, ELABORATE SCENERY. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION Prices and Camllle Pyrsn as "Padrfywack" NOT A .PICTURE ;