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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE IHF TFWBRTDnE DATT.Y HBMLD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS EV, Esmond And Eva Moore lo Tour Canada The second important announce- neat to be mads by Trans-Canada Theatres, Ltd., ot All-English pro- ''diictlons and companies Imported direct from London to tour this Do million has issued from 'the. head offices ot the company in Hon- rtreai; Following "The'Maid of the- Mono- which is being accorded an welcome..everywhere, Mr. H. V. Esmond and his charming' wife, Miss Moore, will open a .trans- continental lour ot Canada about the bejinlcs o( NoTember. From the east to th'ft west coast tier will present "The Law tho brilllint dram: by Mr. Esmood whlc.h created a verit- able conBatioQ and had a protracted run at the Comedy.Theatre IB London. Da their return, trip from the west iil is expected that the? will present Coiaes "To regarded as Mr, Esmond's most brtlilant farce- comedy. Mr. Esmoad and Miss Moore will! be remembered by.Canadian theatre-1 goers as the accompllihed artists who gave 'such a interpretation a few years ago of one of Mr. Esmond's delightful comedies.' Although they have paid only one visit to Canada, they are rank- ed a mo BE the popular and cleverest oo'Uie English stage today, VW .Moore in HUGE EAGLE SHOT NEAR WINNIPEG D5RECT REMEDY for Coughs ant! Colds AS a Fcpj tablet dissolves lathe'mmith it gives off medicinal and antiseptic Pine funics, kriathcJ down, and s'o come into Instant'and direct contact with every part'of tie throat add lungs. For' conghs, colds, algh't tore throat, bronchitis, of breath, and croop there's nothing so good at n niqn e throat an d chest remedy. box, 3 for All dealers or Pcpi Co., Toronto. FREE trial of Icrtamp for postijt. A huge eagle with seven foot wing spread was shot near Winnipeg last week by an amateur. Mr. Chapman. Photo shows the huge bird atter-being brougui uuwii. Be Try-out In. Distant Saar Vale has given a pledge to the people of Alberta that if a good majority Shall die importation and the bringing of intoxicating liquors into the Province be forbidden? Shall toe importation and the intoxicating. into the Proyince ...be forbidden? he.will make Alberta (The only purposes then fov which Liquor may be obtained will be Medicinal, Sacra- mental, Scientific and Manufacturing, pur- pottt. THE LAW IS TO BE ENFORCED premier English comedienne gt today. Winkler Cow Scheme Her range is greatsaud the list of her Scneme pcsoual triumphs fJH'.a. cphimn. She is in as and lu ''The she'sc6red''during the war one of Jie 'greatest.successes of her distinguished career.- Mr. Esmond, both as a playwright and an actor, enjoys a reputation equally as 'wide as that of his wife. In farce, society drama, and comedy alik'eV.he tia's proved his 'skill, ind his the bill. at. any theatre in England today is sufficient to ensure a crowded house.' I "The Law Divine" tells1 the story ot jack La After siiteen years ot happy married life, both are engulfed by the'war.' Jack goerf to Is injured, and .r.e-. tiirns la self useful at the War Office. He finds that.his wife has become 'a_bsorbed In women's war'.work and women's form movements tHat she' has drifted-, away, iroiu home 'and soy is just old enough to he and the girl much younger Is away trom home. Husband' and' wife, coin! tinue to drift, until the breaking point LE In the' eiid, howeTcr, the wife has th'e: sense lo: recognize her fault and the courage to atone for it. She sets herself, to win her husband back from th'e youngiflapner taken his 'wandering, fancy, and succeeds by admitting that the.rights Si0n of this German territory.-' ot home and family come first and thaU getaway from.it, numerous odd'. adventures 'are- sa'id; to constitute t.hB'm'bstvrehiarkabla' comedy dramas everjpresenlecVonr'the screen, and production' fully, worthy Fayersha m'i'; talents. V" VAUDEVILLE '7-r 'l respond to Eumeroua encores. Ther! javo the Usual style c( qiiirtetle and; trio work to Offer, but-U.il. their free! and easy style, aod thoir really fine, harmony slnginf, that.won them well merited applause last night They interpolate juit enough comedy to brighten the act up.rlght. Remarkable hoop ud hit JuggUttg was offered by Franio Brothera, who apparently hare bunch of InTls- ibie hanis Judging, by dexterity with which they work. H. B. Warner, always a favorite wiui Colonial audiences, was shown In hia latest feature Channels" u Ttry good six pSrTiliotoplajr. Charlie again offered an- other good orchestral concert. Tills tilirwill be'Mp'eated agam to- night, for the.last times, and will make a visit to tho Colonial well worth'whUe.. Bhow, which is by far theatrical event in Westers Cuute's torj-. The nhow will sot Tlatt Lethbrldge. It will only slay thne cities in Western Canada, Wta- nlpeg, and Vancouver. Orders for seats Should be plaivd Immediately with Mr. Brown to em- sure filling. BOOKINGS" CHOW Manager Len Brown ol the Majestic Theatre stated'today that he Is now receiving orden locally from those Letbbridge and district people who wish to witness the-presentation of "Chu-Chin-Chow" at the Grand Thea-. tre, Calgary, during the week ol No- j vember.lat. Current advertisements running In KBIOIDS DiiMtre aria or QUICK RELIEF! OF BCOTT8 EMULSION PILES this paper.give the full information Dr.due's Ointment will relative to. prices, etc; It is expected hatiuj beneflt bertanc will visit Calfcary for AU the Moctand Introduction of the Wlnkler cow scheme and Manitoba motion picture educational methods' Into the Saar iT H E COIION 1 A L TH EAT RE Three capacity audiences thoroughly enjoyed the special Hippodrome Cir- vaudsvllle shows at the Colonial .Theatre yesterday, tha show being-right to the visual stand- ard-, ot excellence. An unusually .good novelty act op- ened the show, in the appearance of nudnlcka, a hand balancer 'of more ,hah ordinary ability. per: 'orms some difficult and remarkable [eats, and. features In hia act a series of balancing feats done on his finger tips He has a new and novel offering that made" a hit.' Knight and Day, the hill, Hne-6f entertaining com- edy, under the' It is an amusing little shit. WItfcthe appearance of the Lake City trio, yesterday's audiences were Valloy is to he undertaken by H. -D. Waugh, formerly the International Governing Commls COLONIAL., WED, THDRS. THIS WEEK SPECIAL ATTRACTION treated [to a rare musical act, which Is j just the best singing act yet I seen here. Three good looking young I fellows', one ot them an artist at.the: the stage for twenty min-p night, and were forced to she must devote herself to her hus'-l band If-she wishes to retain-his at! value in civil engineering such as the fection" construction of railways and In proa-. It is'altogelher'delightful oil and minerals hy trans-: full of wit, happy altruism, material; It would be possible' philosophy, and many .a deft" andj'ojand one orjwpmcn.or subtle touch of humanity. vey party by means ot 'slings from a "Eliza Cornea To Stay" enjoys the reputation of being" one of tho best and wittiest farce-comedies ever seen; on the modern English stage. In it Miss JJoore has one of the roles in. which she has made a success all over! the United Kingdom. Tho metamorph- osis of the'pert, slangy, witty, loving Chrysalis Eliza'Into tho fas- cinatlns butterfly Eliza is one of the; most entertaining and enjoyable stage portraits of the day. Further details concerniug .the tour of Mr. Esmond and Miss Moore will bo announced shortly. strong wire while 'the airship', was practically- stationary. Eugene Arceau, height 8 feel 6% Inches, is in New York from Franco hunting a wifo. "A sweet thing whbsa head would'reach my says tho modern Goliath. StOW AIRSHIPS FOR CARGO PROPOSED AT -SCIENCE CONVENTION; CARDIi-T, WALES, Sept. speed cargo airships for; Ncv; Billlc Burke Film n i New Dillie Burke Film At Empress Today, Last Time At Empress today Last Time towing other aircraft were suggested I by Wing' Commander T. K. Urown-Cave in an address before the': "Nothing is the matter with me ex- engineering section of the that 1 have married tho wrong] of the British Association for the Ad-: are Blllie IJurke's tearful-words vaneement of Science held here. [a few moments after sho has heenf When no speed greater than 35 wedded lo a handsome Italian count In, miles an hour Is required, and when her row Paramount-Artcraft reasonably favorable weather can ia the attrac-s wailed for, even small airships can be lion at the Empress theatre today. It' used for transport over olberwlse Im-jis the arrival of her former Yankee passable country, he staled. Sweetheart that onuses this It has been demonstrated that .air-1 and the fun starts from that moment.! ships with a 'gas capacity ranging The picture Is a thoroughly enjoyable1 from to cubic feet screen version of Avery llopwooa's, can transport at slow spend from 0.7i stage farce by the tame name. James i to 48.1 tona when used as airships Crane heads a capable-supporting with crew and machinery, anil from oust, and Jolin K. llobertsoii was the Time 1.3 to 62 tons when used as "dumb1 vessels. i Sucli an airship service, the Com- mander said, would be of inestimable TIio Rpcdal Attrncllon a'. Hie lonial Iticnlra Wcilnceftay y this director. Also a lot of splendid comedy and Paramount screen magii-1 zinc making a very enjoyable show. WILLIAM FAVERSHAM, NOTABLE ACTOR, TO APPEAR, AT ONIAL AND .THIS WEEK. The newest addition lo j t-reaslng ranks of (tie motion.picture slam In William Kaversham, for.manV _ i yoars one of n-ftst .distinguished tho KiiKllnh-speaking makes hi3 appearance In -''The; I .Man Who the first.of j ia sarlDs at fielznick Picturea featuring this famous player. "The Man Who from book dc Vcre Hlacppoio, will, bo shown'at Hie Colonial theatre on; Wednesday antl Thursday Ihts week. I It is' described .1.1 a. niy.sterV com-1 edy drama with setllng lir Ijondon, H Roncerni.- the ndvnnlures of an Amer-I lean who goca (n slp.ep one .night plain Victor .lonns, i.ot and awaken thn. rnsi morning .as, the Earl of Hot-hosier, wltn ti Uio'useful of ornate- servants .disagreeable relatives, a beautifullwlfe from whom ho Is supposed In bo estranged, antl a reputation that makes him ono of the mdst shunned men In English polite society. Poor Jones has an equally hard Mmc living up to the title or trying toj B1LLIE BURKE .-.IN lADIEiM" Her ,wedded ol one tiny eice> lion. She. knevi; "old .she took the neces- sary step's. Oodles of laughs, ah oV the Vest long chuoklo! Comeir Ajso a Carter be Haven Com- edy and Screen Magazint--- Paramount of course. Here Tomorrow arid Thursday The great American beauty KATHERINE MACBONttD "THE BEAUTY MARKET" LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS WILIMM FAVERSHAM IN LOST HIMSELF AMERICAS MOST DISTINGUISHED ACTOR IN A DISTINGUISHED PHOTOPLAY r 'A fitaftllng new story of an.Amerlcan's strangft experience he rn'et his dVuWc in English CENTURY COMEDY AND 1 V; CONCERT ORCHESTRA ADULTS 40o; CHILDREN, 10o EKIX THEATR TONIGHT THE ALL-BRITISH PRODCTION COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (TUES.) "Hip" Vaudeville -V' LAXE CITY TRIO FRANKO BROS. BUDNICKA H. B. WARNER in "UNCHART. f'-ED CHANNELS" ORCHESTRA THE GREAT THE GREAT ENGLISH DRAMA THAT TOOK NEW YORK BY STORM, FEATURING Bombardier Wells SEE BOMBARDIER WELLS IN A SIX-ROUND FIGHT. SEE THE CROWDS AT THE DERBY AND THE GREAT RACE, "showing at Popular and 35c, AND CARDSTON Ail opportunity will bo sivcn you-of witnessing a firat-closfi comedy-dramatic- attraction when Edward Le-wera, now on Kn all-Canndlun tour, will visit Raymond and Cardston with his nil- Euslish.company presenting Cyril Maude's NOTE THE DATES RAYMOND MONDAY, OCT. 25 CARDSTON......TUESDAY, OCT. 26 Down ;