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The Picture They Are All Talking About JESSE L.LASKY PRESENTS CECI L B. D e MIL PRODUCTI SOMETHING mm m mm mW, mmi &r : m m m m am mmm > :h »1 M Müi ,,,V. MM \\ ■*. " > ; m mm mmm mi Vf: '> f/w, liNiPßPI SîSïwv ?v,ft 5? 1® V v I ||J ié M Iii | « 4w |^ ; T%- *wl « <11 rvr wmmm m « pwftl !&-" t/ « fc» m&m -K, Ü #R$ss X« sm «pgs TO THINK ABOUT .... BY.... Jeanie Macpherson The intimate life of a woman who thought she knew what love is. Until loving led to hate, and then— The rest is something never por trayed till now in a motion picture! An attraction as different from all that DeMille has done before as his "Why Change Your Wife?" was different from the first screen drama. Luxury, beauty, fashion, allure ment, as only DeMille knows how. But something more ! ramcm^^Qidum -Monte Blue AN ALL STAR CAST Beautiful Gloria Swanson Elliott Dexter Theodore Roberts— TO PATRONS OF THE SEXTON :—We recommend "Something to Think About," as one of the best and most expensive pictures ever shown in Great Falls. HOURS OF SHOWS, 1, 2:30, 4, 5:30, 7, 8:30, 10. NOTE—You will see the entire picture if you come at 10 o'clock. Expects Much Work in Cat Creek Field Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown, Dec. 26.—George Fowlei> geologist for the West Dome company and who some weeks ago brought in a fine producer for his concern, he having located this well, came in yesterday from a tour over the whole Wyoming field, and left today for Winnett. While op erations in the Cat Oreek-Mosby field will depend to a considerable extent upon weather conditions, Mr. Fowler looks for considerable activity there in any event LEWISTOWN ELKS HOSTS TO 300 KIDDIES CHRISTMAS Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown, Dec. 26.—The Elim gave a splendid entertainment for 300 chil dren at the Elks club yesterday, giving the kiddies a feast and sending them home with great bags of candies and other good things. PALACE THEATRE HAROLD BELL WRIGHTS SHEPHERD MILLS Special Holiday Attraction—Tonight and all Week. No raise in prices, 75e, 55c, 35c. Fone for Seats—6637. —* Water Users Meeting Called for Glasgow Glasgow, Dec. 2(5.—Project Manager Geo. E. Strattou of the Milk river pro ject has announced a meeting of the 80 interested water users to be held at the court house in Glasgow on Thurs day, December 30. The meeting has been called for the express purpose of hearing discussions relative to the fencing of the main ditch and the government latterals of the lower Vandalia unit. There has been some objection raised in the past to this proposed fencing, and Manager Stratton will b« here at the above named time and place to explain the matter and hear any objections thereto. A patent has been issued for a hobble to be fastened over an automobile tire which makes steering a car so difficult that thieves will Jet it alone. Plans to Grow Wheat Among Snowy Peaks of Montana Ranges Special to The Daily Tribune. Livingston, Dec. 26.-—Wheat may be grown in the high mountain meadows of Montana if the experiment planned by O. }f. Holmes, secretary of the Park county Chamber of Commerce, is satis factory. Learning that the Canadian govern ment's agents had developed a variety of wheat which has been grown success fully this season near the 66th parallel, 1.4Q9 miles north of Livingston, Secre tary Holmes communicated with the dominion officials and has received a promise of some seed. He planB to plant the new grain at altitudes above 6,000 feet in Park county to determine if the wheat will do as well in the short season of the high country as it has done in the far north under much the same conditions. Snccess would open up s arse areas of Montana lu*"! now considered valuable only for graxinp. DECREE OF DIVORCE GRANTED AT CHESTER Chester, Dec. 26.—A decree of divorce has been handed down by Judge Frank E. Carleton in the case of Cladora Ann Wasson vs. James T. Wasson. Mrs. Wasson brought suit for an eqnity in the property, but this was denied. The decree was given to Mr. Wasson. The British government is planning to build the world's largest dirigible bal loon, 1,100 feet long and with a lifting po^er of 200 tons and a cruising radius of 16,000 niiies. Quartet of Marriages in Havre on Friday Havre, Dee. 26.—Dr. Thomas A. Ewart and Miss Ona Mae Heath, both of Chester, were married Friday noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton C. Heath, the Rev. Conrad Wellem offi- ] dating. The bride's home is at Long Beach. Cal-, but for several months she has been teaching at Chester. Forrest C. Black and Leona Schootcs, j both of Havre, were married by the Rev. T/eon H. Sweetland at the Metho dist parsonage Friday evening. The bride has been engaged in teaching south of Havre. They will reside at Marion, Ohio. Estol E. Doty, of the Great Northern superintendent's office, and Miss Lucille King were married Friday evening at the home of .he bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. King, the Rev. Leon H. Sweetland officiating. After a trip to the Twin Cities they will make their home here. Harry B. Hilton, mnnager of the Havre flour mill, and Miss Constantine Serra, of Bessemer, Mich, formerly « teacher "n the Havre schools, were married Friday afternoon in the Catholic parish house. After a trip to the coast they will reside in Havre. BIG LEHMAN COMPANY FISHING FOR LOST TOOLS Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown, Dec. 26.—The Big Leh man company is completing all arrange ments to fish up the string of tools lost in the well some days ago a<nd it i« ex pected this job will be completed in very short order. The work will be started Tuesday or Wedaesday. NEW PLAY WINS FAVOR AT PALACE "Shepherd of the Hills" Presen ted in Excellent Manner to Pleased Patrons. A packed house greeted the opening of "The Shepherd of the Hills" at the Pal ace Sunday night, evidence of the pop ularity of Harold Bell Wright's great novel. The frequent demonstrations of appreciation on the part of the audience indicated the popularity of the Associate Players who so creditably recreated the characters of the Ozark mountain story. The drama is to be the attraction at the Palace during the remainder of the week. This is to be Ed Clisbee's week at the Palace. In the role of Daniel Howitt, "the shepherd of the hills," Mr. Clisbee has made a vast amouoit of preparation and he did not do it in vain for he made an impression that will long remain to his credit. He Lived Character. Without question he interpreted the character as Wright intended it to stand before the world, making it that of a proud old man who having made a mis take, set about to rectify it among the people that had been harmed. Mr. Clis FOX WHIIAM pre sénés jcmÏÏlh inihenffwTUix Thriller' %€YCWm Àlft & ci tale cf the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police Htl Cm^TCJDHUNTQrMJOaOGia JUANITA HANSON The Lost City Episode No. Nine In thePalace of the Dark Walls" William Fox s Famous Comedian CLYDE COOK —In— "ALL WRONG" Beats Em All —Special Attraction— ROY M. DONNELLY. Baritone —Featuring— "Tell Me Little Gypsy" Special Music Score by Mr Merrick Beautiful Faces—By Erwin Berlin O-HI-O—O-My! O!—By Forster LAST TIMES TODAY! mâ LEW GO- ff J CMTIMW3 ü 9tn sari« Ticket Dance Tonight Dancing Every Night Until After NEW YEAR January 1st, 1921 Noise Makers for All at the New Years' Eve Ball Attend the Special New Year Matinee Ball 2:30 Until 6 P. M. Irresistible Dance Music. J! bee did not act the character, he lived it. The new director of the stock com pany, Garfield Kast. appeared for the first time before a Great Falls audience in the role of "Preachin' Bill," and he made a pleasing impression. He satis fied any who might have been skeptical that he is a man of experience in dra matic work and he mad« the character, which in less capable hands might have passed as ordimary, a most important one in the play. Then as further evi dence of his versatility. Mr. Kast also played the part of Wash Gibbs, the moonshiner, owing to the illness of Jack Phipps, originally cast for the role. Miss Purdy as Boy. Miss Purdy as a boy interpreted the peculiar character of Pete, the child of HELD FOR ANOTHER DAY <0 A THEATRE A STILL PLAYING TO CAPACITY You Can't Afford to Miss This One. The face of Satan, the brain of a genius, the body of Cali ban, the strength of a master of men. That describes the fascinating, remarkable central character of the play. Gouverneur Morris' tale of overpowering thrill of the king of San Francisco's underworld. «t w -a 4> m 7j n c* W "The Penalty With LOH CHANEY In a role even more impressive than his character in "The Miracle Man" "Shanes and Scrapes, a One-Reel Comedy Alcazar News Reel— —Illiterate Digest Don't miss this it will be a real treat—Come early and avoid the crowd. HpfSfl Showing Today Only f Adults 25c Children 10c INCLUDING TAX V First Run! King of the Gallopers Hearts Up A ramping, roaring, roll icking romance of tiie west, that gives Harry Carey unusual oppor tunities in a rugged, virile part. ART ACORD IN "THE MOON RIDERS" NO. 8 CENTURY COMEDY—"A BLUE RIBBON MUTT* Electricians Dance Abandoned TO THE DANCING PUBLIC: The Electrical Workers of Great Falls regret that we should be forced to resort to the press to extend our Holiday Greetings after our long established custom, of having you as our guests at our "Annual Electricians Dance**—the dance of the season. When the management of the hall where we have hereto fore held our dance demanded approximately $700.00 for rent, he made an impossible requirement. We are not will ing to be neld up, nor are we willing to give a dance which is not up to our established high standard. We thank the public for past patronage and hope that we may have the pleasure of your presence as our guests at a real Holiday dance New Year's Eve, 1921. LOCAL 122, ELECTRICAL WORKERS. nature, and did it admirably. Miss Neiti as Sammy did not disappoint those who had read the novel and found this partic ular character a most lovable oce. Mr. Foster exhibited exceptional abil ity in the role of Old Matt to several scenes, prominent among them being th« last of the play when he learns th« "shepherd of the hills,' who he has com« to admire, is the father of the man who wronged his daughter and who he had sworn to kill- Mr. Gould put plenty oi the quality of rugged honesty Into hii delineation of Young Matt. Miss Peppis in her first old character rloe, that ol Mrs. Mathews, made a good impression. The part of Ollie Stewart was capably handled by Mr. Moore, as was that of Hank by Will Harlan.