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HENRY LETHMAN COMEDY, "A KICK IN HIGH LIFE"
What Alta Theatre Management
Promise? the People of Pendleton
Commencing Tuesday evening, Arril 5th, at 8:15, and daily thereafter at
2:15 and 8 15, Wednesday and Thursday, April 6 and 7, DAVID WARK GRIF
FITH will, for the first time in this vicinity, present personally and under his
own direction the m6st remarkable motion picture-production, and at the same
time tht-most notable artistic effort in the history of the theatre in this or any
other city. It is his latest and greatest work, "WAY DOWN EAST."
In this treatment of "Way Down East" MR. GRIFFITH HAS EVOLVED
A NEW ART. It is a rare combination of painting, play and story tensely
interwoven into a fabric absolutely new in the annals of the theatre, it is the
sensation cf the season in New York, and at present (now in its thirty-sixth
week) is playing to the largest number of people ever attending a theatre,
with prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00. - ' ' '
Following the opening performance in New York on Sept. 3, the New York j
llprnlfi Ktaturh "It k weil worth ten dollars a seat" ' I
The plain record frojn cities where this attraction is now holding, sway,
and being shown to eager throngs that daily pack the theatres to capacity, is
that no theatrical attraction ever drew such praise or attracted such crowds
as "WAY DOWN EAST."
This would bear out the assertion of the New York Globe that it is "the
greatest spectacle ever seen on land or sea," or that of the Boston Herald,
which editorially declared it to be M one of the wonders of the twentieth cen
tury." Arrangements for the presentation of this production at the ALTA THE
ATER in Pendleton carry Mr. Griffith's assurance that ' WAY DOWN
EAST" will be presented here with the same care as elsewhere. The present
ing organization is a large one and includes a special symphony orchestra.
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Prices of admission. Matinees 50c and $1.00. Evenings: First 7 rows
50c; next 13 rows $1X0; balance of house $1.00 (plus tax). All seats for the
evening presentations reserved.
Now on sale at the Peoples Warehouse Depb Store. Phone 22.
NOTE On account of advance lookings it was impossible to secure this
attraction for but the three days. It is advisable for those desiring to give
theatre parties, and those w'no are particular as to the location of their seats,
to make their reservations as soon as it is convenient. It will avoid disap
jxiintment at the kiht minute.
Children, 15c Adults, SO -
War Tax Included
"Didn't we take a year to make
"Eetcha life, we did!'
A Firtt National
, . The daylight trial3 of motherhood, the midnight trials
of paternity are all for Chaplin in this super-comedy. He
was a good mother to the Kid, and when that Kidgrew un
he sure became a good sonj for Charlie is wandering
glazier, and while the Kid went ahead breaking windows
Charlie waa always at hand to get the job of mending
them. And yet there's a sob now and then. Never ex
pected that of Charlie, did you? Well-here's where you
get something "more than laughs! .
In the great picture the
world's greatest comedian ha
been working on for a whole '