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EL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, 3Iav 29-30. 192CL II THEATERS IE FINE PROGRAMS Tilts week's schedule shows a splen did assortment of pictures at the parlous theaters In El Paso. The pro- ETam follows At The TUalto. Beginning- Monda-v to continue until Thursdav Sessne Hayakawa In The evu s Prev. a society drama. A Vack Sennett comedo, the newest one ou The Gin h gam Girl,' will also be an own Thursday until the end of the week Wallace Reld In "The Danem Fool" also splendid orchestra music, prolog 'iu tne regular rtiaiio ieaiures. laUmc Theater. Vow pi a vine until Tuesday la- ive lola Dana in "Dangerous to " artng "Wednesday Mary Miles m nir in Jenny Be Good-Starting- Saturday 'Best of Luck," a Drurv Lane melodrama by Cecil Kaleigh and Henry Hamilton. "Wlswam Theater. unda Sunshine comedy. Mutt aid J ff Rolin and Christie comedies and News Weekly Monday througn Thursday Return engagement of tne season's comdy j t "Twenty-three and One-half Hr ! rs Leave. Frida Comedv bilL Saturday Comedy and novelty MIL Alhamfera FrojmuB. Beginning turday for all week t - o.cts or vaudeville and Prisma ji etures. The vaudeville program Is the r-ost costly that has been brought to tne cty Dy tne Ai ham bra manape mrt and includes an act bv the Pir shwr dancers 16 beautiful girls iso jones ana fe-wvesier, singers or x n usual talent, and other acts bubbl ing over v ith fun and interest. At The Bijou. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Tom V x in his latest William Fox special, "The Terror." a comedy-drama of daredewltrv and romance. New Fox rews reel will be the added attrac tion Wednesday and Thursday Norma Taimadge in "The Isle of Conquest," adapted by John Emerson and Anita Loos, from Arthur Hornblowa famous rovel "By Right of Conquest." New Se'zmc news reel Is the other re lease to be shown. Fntiav and Saturday Madlalne Travc-se In her latest feature "The J-ron Heart by Dennison Cllft All j the thrills one could expect is In this , picture A comedy and news reel are j the t-a attractions. I EUanay Attractions. i Starting Sunday for an entire i t Aek s engagement The Ellanay j theatre presents D. w. Qrlffith's thni Jinjr romance of the South Sea Isles, -The idol Dancer." Latest Pathe weekly will also he shown. Grecian Program. Kundav, Monday and Tuesday Con stance Talmadge In the John Emerson-Anita Loos production. "A Tem peramental Wife." also new Big V comedy. Wednesdav and Thursday Special our reel First National comedy "A Twilight Baby." Also latest Bray Pictograph and Paths Review. Friday and Saturday Spectacular novelty staged in mid air "Sky Eye," also new Star comedy. r MRS NEEDED; ORDERED FREED Oklahoma City, Okla., May 29. To move to market that part of the 1919 j grain crop remaining in Oklahoma, iXMB- (U1U 1WOB 1I)V VJU3 Will uv needed, according to a report of rail road traffic conditions made by the , Rock Island railroad to the Oklahoma state department of agriculture The report comes closely after an order, issued late yesterday in Wash ington by the Interstate commerce commission to five railways, to un load at once and release in Galveston. Texas, 2700 cars to aid in relieving freight congestion. The roads affected are the Santa Fe, Katy, Southern Pacific in Texas, the Galveston, Houston and Hender son and the International and Great Northern. PRESBYTERIANS FOR PACT, BUT HANDS OFF IRELAND Philadelphia, Pju, May 29. The United State was urged to ratify the treaty and join the league of na tions In two resolutions adopted by the general assembly of the Pres hvterian church in the United States of America at its closing session hm vesterdav. The tratv resolu tion said the refusal of the United States to ratify made this country the laughing stock of the world." Another resolution adopted ex pressed sympathy to the Protestants of Ireland and recommended a i "hands off policy for the United States government. GOMPERS ID LLEN DEBATE New York, May 28 The relations of capital and labor; the right to strike and its legitimacy as regards the effect on the public, the Kansas industrial court law and Us signifi cance to the future of the working man, were discussed from all angles in a debate last nfgnt in Carnegie nail between Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, and governor Henry J. Allen, of Kansas. Governor Allen's main contention was that government has the right to protect the public against strikes when its welfare is imperiled. Mr. Gompers satd no law can pre vent a man from stopping work if by doing so he may benefit himself and family. Mr. Gompers labelled the Kansas industrial court law the 'un American slace law" and governor Allen declared he had taken away from Mr. Gompers his divine right to order a man to quit work. Tfie oratory or tne oenaters was punctuated with frequent cheers and booes bv adherents of each side and occasional questions shouted fronrthe uoor and tne Daiconies. Once, another time, while Mr. Gom pers was referring; to the poverty of some workers, a man in the gallery shouted: "How noor are you" Gomners was plainly angered. He demanded the mans name, amid shouts of encouragement from his followers and. when the labor leader Three Days Starting SUNDAY! iSecrdsOfThe I Movies Revealed I QUlutt la n "vision" ia a motion . picture r A A "vision" In motion pic ture parlance is a scene showing what a character imagines be sees or is thinking about. Visions are usual! y "dissolved in" and fidd out." Q. "What youug nan is about ia make his screen bow as the tHm rac eruor of his once very popular lather r A. Ralph Bushman, son of the famous Francis X. He is 17 years old, is said to bear a marked recera b'ance to his father, and Is six feet two Inches tall When he was a youngster he played kid parts for Essanay with his father. Q What famous English comedian has been lured into American films f AGP Huntley. He is famous for his English "Johnny" parts. Q. What famous medium has Turned lo the movies to demonstrate pcychie phenomena; 4 Anna Eva Fay. Her first pic ture will be called "The Voice of the Silence " Q, Who is tea chins Jack Sempsey the art of movie znaleenpf A Lon Chaney Is his instructor. He is a character actor who made remendous hit as "The Frog" in The Miracle Man. Q. What Is Irvln 5. Cobb's latest .story to ie filmed? A "A Smart Alec." the leading role of which is to be played by Chic Sale, of the Winter Garden shows. Q. Is Lottie Flckford bade la pic tures? A She has again returned to the movies, after a long absence. She has organized her own company. All three Pickfords are now in the movies again. Do nil movie actor employ thIr own press agents r Rend the answer In this department in the next issue. Copyright, 1920, Thompson Feature Service. Garden Tools ror chat home gar den. El Paso Seed Co.. 623 E. San Antonio St- Adv. SPECIAL RETURN OF THE FAVORITE Constance Talmadge -1N- " A Temperamental Wife" A Peppy Play about Wives and Stenogs The sad, iwttl story of a maid &ho mould ved a man who ould gaze upon no feminine charms but her o&n. She satiks forth into the rcide world in pur suit of hhn. finds htm. captures him and then oh, then! she begins lo find out things about men, the welchesl and her ovm man in particular. Written by the King and Oaten of Satire John Emerson and Anita Loos (Themselves just married to each other, ivhich makes this story better yet) had referred to the disturber's re marks as a 'cowardly, ungentleroanly insinuation," the labor men shouted with glee One shotted "Tou tell him, Sammy. that's the staff." Governor Allen in conclusion. charged Gompers' remedy for war is more war." "Mine," he added, "is peace con ditional on the impartial judgment of responsible government." POLICE SHOOTS STUDENT OUT FOR LARK IN WISCONSIN Madison. Wis, May 2. Karl Jandorf, Grand Rapid?. Mich, sopho more at the University of Wisconsin, was shot here late esterday by a policeman during an argument with students when he attempted to pre vent them from taking a barber pole. Intended, to be burned during an undergraduate frolic tonight. Pa trolman Matt Lynaugh was said to have fired the shot- Pretty hot. Isn't If Well. It's not going to get any cooler. Are yoo go ing to California to dip in the ocean' Are yon going to take a camera along to snap the vamps on the beach and the sea serpent with Some day you'll be sorry you did not bring baft a lot of nice pictures to show the other fellow what a lovely time you had. If you are a married man It will be nice to take pictures of the "family" while they are at their out ing. It will give a great deal of pleasure during the winter to get these pictures out and remember the fun you had In California at the sea shore. We do printing, developing and enlarging, all in a few hours Bring us your camera problems. Don't wait to get away. Our prices are right and there may be a lot of things to photograph on the way out to the coast. Without equipment you cannot take pictures. We hae ev erything you need. Smith Photo Shop. In Scott-White Drug Store, Mills bide Adv. jTi a) IsiaP 1 uMvlmMmSTsixvB'' I V!WBAfiWiSlsssssnM9nX'?CTfsvn I W N I WtsffiwESmwrmm P& V AnSBsBBn mBIBHBMB 11 B O BJHf B PANT VAUD AGES LLE HAVE YOU SEEN IT? THIS WEEK IT IS ' BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER DENISHAWN DANCERS 16 GIRLS 16 IN An Elaborate, Massive Spectacle GEAOE and BEAUTY In the Arabian Night x Story 5 FIVE 5 BIG ACTS Of INCOMPARABLE ENTERTAINMENT THE MOST COSTLY VAUDEVILLE PRO GRAM EVER SEEN IN EL PASO. THE ALHAMBRA HAS THOUSANDS OP ENTHUSIASTIC PA TRONS. ARE YOU ONE OP THEM? WILBUR AND GIRLIE Novelty Juggling. DAVEY JAMIESON "As You Like It" And you will like it. MAURICE SAMUELS &C0. In a character sketch, "A Day at Ellis Island" JONES AND SYLVESTER Harmony Singers in "The Huckster and the Actor." PRIZMA PICTURES "The Ghost of John Barleycorn." SHE'LL BE HERE TOMORROW! i2Sr . oSrs w" . srvw. THE COOLEST HOUSE IN TEXAS SPECIAL MATINEE PRICES THE J-KSS"'t '&r?l- "vVwj8Sfws 'f9BHnKSarK.f Wjfif'SSSir. ? 2,taadRHH" c "LET'S 60!" The Big Out Door Summer Night's Event High School Stadium Monday, 8?. M., Hay 31 .WJ &H. VA S ' " A e i.; 40 Bob Fedderson, Mgr. Presents LULU Supported by the Two Jimmies ALL STAR CAST TODAY SUNDAY AND MONDAY S fBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWSBBsRrSSff fB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB'BBBBBVSSsTStf Including JimBubbles Rose, Jim-dphen Doo ley, Tomm-Hayes, Doc WinkelmanDella Cella, Jane Kermit, Dorothy Preund and the Danc ing Baby Dolls. Ez-Serrice Men's Benefit American Legion REWORKS SPECTACLE. "The Return of Peace" Reserved Section Seats $1.00. General Admission, 50c. Children Under 12, 30c No Extra for War Tax. NOTE: Children accompa nied by parent or elder do nc! require Reserved Section Coupon. ELLANAY ONE SOLID WEEK STARTING SUNDAY Clad only in youthful innocence, a whisp of tropical grasses, leaf of the fig and beads for adornment flashing flesh, shining eyes, flying feet, flaunting the youths who would win her, worshipping her devil-devil God. with sinuous dances apart from the eyes of men, TIiisIsMary, "Wliite Almond Flower" "THE IDOL DANCER" Sprite of the sands, plaything of the waves, coveted and fought for by the renegades of the exotic South Sea Isle3. Heroine of the strangest tale of love and adventure a tale of strange lands and rebellious men, a tale of heart throbs', of fighting, but withal, a tale of redemption and beaujy most thrilling EPIC, UNFORGETTABLE, MAGNIFICENT fSamSSf ana beauty most thrilling m I D.W.GRIFFITH'S I nK' LATEST BIG SPECIAL ! sFE, -a FIRST NATIONAL T887 ATTRACTION I IsbbbssbSbbsHbsI "THE I 1 I IDOL DANCER" 1 ST taSBBBBBBBW BBBBBBBBsf ISBSBBBBBBK SSBBBBBBsW SEAT SALE. Tickets may be had of any American Legion member or at headquarters, Room 14, Cham ber of Commerce bnildmj. MATINEE SUNDAY 2:30 o'clock. Grand Benefit -DANCE- at the Liberty HaD, Saturday, 29th of May, begins 9 o'clock Three. premiums o the best danrera. JAZZ BAJD. USE HERALD WANT 4DS Announcement THE SHELDON CAFE Closes Saturday Nighl, May 29, for a shod time, lo mae renovations and repairs. Re-opening mill be announced at a laier dale, when we will have new attractions and enter tainments of the highest class, and service of the Sheldon quality. OUR COFFEE ROOM On the main floor will remain open. Good food, quick service, reasonable prices.