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PALACE THEATRE
SECTION
^-
The Lubbock
Morn
n?
.;
Avalanche Congratulates
J.
/•D.
Lindiey
on the conitruc-
,;tioK
of
tnePalnc'oTheatre,
VOL.III. NO. 40.
The
LubbockC
MorningAvalanche »harei
with'
Mr.Lindiey
tke
faith he
J>ai
ex.pressed in jiving
1
Lubbockthe
"firvett
Theatre in
theWeit."
LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY,
TEXAS,
SUNDAY. DECEMBER
14,
1924.
FULL LEASED WIRE UNITED
NEWS
'FEET OF
CLAY"
BE FEATURE
OF
VARIED PROGRAM
AT
OPENING
OF
WEST
TEXAS'FINEST
SHOf
HOUSE
"In
choosing
n
feature for the
opening*
<5f
the
new
Palace
we
took
special.interest
In,selecting.one
that
would
best measuretip-to the
expec-
tationsof our.friendsin .
Lubbock,
arid feel
that
"Feet
of
Clay"
fills
the
bill
In
every
respect,"
manager
CliffordC,
Lind.«ey
of the New
P*i.
ace
told
the
Avalanche.
"Feet
of
Clay"
will
to
preceded
by
an
atmospheric
prolougue; a
mote
•lejtafjed: account
~.;
of "which is
given
elsewhere
!h
this
picture,
bv
Mr.
by Mr. Mitchell, formerly of Dallas,
a
Harlem flat
finds
Amy,
though
happy, quite ready for a dance given
by her
half
sister.
At the
dance,Harlan
has to
b,,
a
wall
flower.Ricardo
Cortes,
playing Tony Chan-
ning-,
a
wealthy rival,danceswithKerry's wife,
At theencore,
Har-
lan
unable
to
endure
it
longer,
takesidcvelops
that
his
.(cot
has now
been
the floor,
dances
and collapses.
so
injured
that
death
may cora
c
he
uses
it
within
a
year.
It is nowup to Amy Loring to
support
her
husband,
Theodore
Koslqff,
play-
"
f
----.-
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~*•*»*****j
v
A
A*«41*lj
»Ja?c»>J
J:ilrUJWt;
iXUSJUJ
I
Ijllt
V
but
\vho.is
now.a
permanent
employe
ing'Bendick,a
modiste, employs
her
»hr.,,f
«.
Palace.
.
theatre.
_5ir.l
as
n
model
in his
establishment.
then,
back
and
forth,
we see tlie
play of two dramatic
forces.
Harlan
helpless,
knowing
his
wife
needs
rec-
reation,
has
a dagger
driven into
his
heart
as
Channing
appears
with hisinvitations.
Amy on her
part,
comeshome at lunch time to
.find
Berth'nLanselt
deluging the Invalid
withthe things
thnt
money can buy and
in the background is the husband.
MitcbcH Has
spent
much ti.ro,,
making
prepk'raUons
for the
presentation
ofthe'prologue,
and it
wilt
be
enjoyedand-impressive
faturc
of the
formil
opening
^program.
••
.'-.
Thefeatureis one
.of
the
"famous
forty"
of-
the 1$25
Paramount
sea-
son;
."Feet
_.,\
Clay," adapted
from
the
. .
,' .roagailne'
serial
by
Marga-
cltn
futtle,
featuring Rod LaRoc-due,
Vtra
Ucyno]ds, . Victor Varconi
llicardb
Corte£, Julio.
Faye,
. Theo-
dore
Kosloff
andRobertEdcson
is
sin
ab'sbfbingV;
story
opening
with
ayatching
parly
and
;
boach
carnival
at
.GalaUna
pictured
by
daring
racetwciity.beatitifu!
last
speedboats and
brotfirht
to
a.-period
by.tfcp
rnaimingof
:'R<Kl
La
iloeque,-f jghtihg
with
a
ah'ar'k
to project
Vcra'
Reynolds,
The formal opening program of
the new
Palace
Theatre
will
beginMonday evening
at
8:30
o'clock,
and
at least
twelvehundred
will
attend,
as
that
is the
seating capacity
of
the new
theatre
and doubtless thehouse
will
be filled'to capacity withmanyturned away duringthecourse
of
theevening.
Only
one program
will
be conduct-
ed
Monday,
Manager
Cliff
C.Lind-sey
has stated.
..
.Senator
W.JL
Bledsoe, who for
tht»
past
sixteen
years
has
known
J.
D.Lindsoy,.owner of
th'e
new
Pal-
ace, and who
understands
the pro-
gre.ssiveness
back of thebuildingof
the new
playhouse, will deliver
the
dedication address. Few men enjoythe popularity that is enjoyed in
West
Texas
by
Senator
Bledsoe,
and
his appearance on the
program
at
theformal
opening
is
indeed
ap-propriate,and he
will
doubtless re-late many incidents connected withthe
Hfe
of owner Lindsey since hisearly acquaintance
with
him.
A
Palace
comedy will
be' shown
following
Senator Rlcdsoe's address,
in
which
thepoliciesof the new
theatre
will be depicted. .
This
too
will
be an enjoyed and interestingfeatureof the bigprogram.
A solo
with Mrs. Joe
Flaig,
well
known local
artist,
at
the
console,
will
be enjoyed.
J. Bert
Mitchell,
Jr.,
assisted
by
J. B.
Galland,
will
present
an
at-
mosphericprologue, morecomnirnton which is made elsewhere,in.
this
section. The performance will
deal
with
the
high lights
iu
the
feature
picture/'Feet
of Clay"
,
and
just
::s
the
last act is given the
-feature
pic-
ture
will
be thrown on
the
si/TCen.
"Feet
of
Clay"
is
-RivainQunfc's
newest picture,
and
in^df.feting
1
it
'as
the
initial
feature
at'tKfe'new
Pal-
ace ?.Ianager
Lindsey
is
.exhibitingan exampie'of the high type of en-tertainment
that.\yiJl
be
given
at
'he
Palace
Theatre•''••tnng the comingmonths
and
£*
'°".v-
1
,
:
At the
of
the
ia
wil
EDlTHTffiGROftH
THEPASmYB
The
young couple come
to an ab-
solute
impnsse.
Disaster
impends.
And
then in h manner novel,
dratnatic,
DoMtlle
cuts
the.knotnnd
bringsthe story' to a
striking
end throughth6
.introduction
of. a one-actby Beiilah
Marie
Dix called
th
(
,
Border."
. .. •
"Feet
of
Clay"
is
Cecil
De
Mtlie's
best
production
to
date.
i?,.
played
fay
Julia
ry-
interested
in ;
Kef-
thc
Ifiltcr
iB£ --•{Ver'a.
lidberi}^
Ijcr.tha's
half
«u«»v~^w^t^,£jj
{,
QoctQf
ten
(MTftTmt'Cvf
'.\~<£~.
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•-Still,:
(piffiZ^ES&vM&i
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,
^r~»"4^
*•-"•"; T-,£
^L^-jri-
1
£*2S?>
"
A
Their fhiancial
niJowiince
cut off
*
L
*-
in
China,
ninny
Chjiiesethe
United
States
whb
\
the
Boxer
..._
,
themthVough
c_..
ro
.
nrc
how
seeking
1
pa'rt-tiine..
craplbj*-
mcp.t
so
they
cirt
gtayVfri
zchpol-
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rt-?/v»Vf«
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Affects
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.••'
J. D.
Lindsey,owner
of
the.
new Palace Theater
,rthe
showin-
to
^
a
i^
opened Monday evening,
has
been
directly "ideritifled
-/:
V<uSrch
-
VItK
the;
^
OVytl
^
of
Lubbock.for
the
past twenty-three
y
ea>
s
;
hav-
:
U
txitmarcn
Jn
g
come
here
from bhacketford county'when
the
plains
was
in
an
undeveloped
condition
and
when possibilities
of LubBock's
"rriak-
'
ing acity
were
seldom
discussed
by the
"pioneers.
>
^.-"
'
Mr. Lindsey bought the land
ten
~
~
miles
west.of
I.uhbock
where.he es-
tablishedtheCotton wood Ranch,.which he now
owns,
andwhichis
composed
of sixty-seven thousand
'acres.
t
Uponentering the
theatre,'
all
visitors
will
be given favors by themanagement.Whilehis
son,
R.M.Lindsey,
is
actively -interested
in.
the
manage-
ment
of the
ranch,
3Ir.
Lindsey
is
still
interestedin the
project'and'de-votes
much
of
.histime
to it He
has been
identified
with the Luhbock
State
Bank
as a
member
of the
board
of
directors for'the
past
five
vcars,
nd
was'a
prime mover in
having
:
the
present
building
remodeled,: which is
.one of the
most beautiful bankhomes
in
West
Texas.
. • • _>
I n the fall of ,1014 Mr. Lindsey
built the
Lindsey
Theatre'which he
(
how owns and
which
is managed by
j
his
so-ci
Cliff C.
Lindsey,
whowill
al-
j
sohave management.of
the new
Pal-
i
ace
Theatre-
'
The Lindseywas-formallyopenedwith
an
elaborate .program,
"The
I
Trail
of
the
Lonsbfne
Pines,"
fea-
I
taring
Mary Miles
M
inter;-
being
the
|
feature
picture
for,
the
onening. Lub-i'bock
was
then
a
citv-of
only
2500
I
souls,
and
few .of the; crowd
that
^fitted
the
Lindsey
.theatre
toea-
ingsuch
large'
show
bliildjrigs
heire
v
-.
-
wasopenly criticized by many
bf,
;
S
:
them.
. . . '•
"
.'-.
However
the
opening
of
thesey Theatre
.was
marked by
the'r
-
large
attendance,
as
after
the
build-
.'
:
ing had
been'filled
to
capacity
many
A
-•
were turned
away.
'
. '
Tiiat" Mr.
Lindsey
exhibited
much
good..judgment
acttd
uponhis
fore-
%
sight
into
Lubbock's possibilities' in .the
erection
of
the
Lindsey
Theatre
has been
proven
in
the.
fact •that
de-'
"
'
spiti
the
almost
abnormal
grow'tlr
-
that
has
been.made;
by
the'' cityj
the;
theatre
butidinir.
without.
b
r
eing.
re-!
modeled,
or enlarged in
any'way,-has
'
met the
demands
of the
theatre goers,
of
the
city
to
the.present
time,
'and'
'f
will
continue
to be'
ppe
of
the
popular
.-
playhouses
of the
plains.'•
as
accord-
 
ing
-to.-
Manager
Cliff
C,
Lindsey;
no.
'•
change
wh'atspeye'r"-will be
madt
in/-
the
class
Of
pictures
shoVyn,
f6f
-as
a'-.'•'.•'"'
matter
-of
fact,
the
same contracts
:
;
winch
.
pictures for
'
the.
show
Have'"'
;
been
bought this
season
wliPbe
kept""
in
effeet.
;
. .- -
'---...:
••.-•
. - .
,
_
'There
is ".no.glory
jn
war|
!
either
--
.in
;
its conductor:
method'.--'.
'We
know
-
;
that
lyar docs
not"-end-TyarV
that
Var
-
-J?-
fl.
0
Vj-.a ^M-eans_
:
. of
.^solving-
-
infefna-
:
':.
'^idvi^j^^^^^l^j^"
-n,
former'.coffijnhia'nfl_er"
;
of'i!
nadiari corps."
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LUBBOCKDALLAS
e
 
^£HE
LUBBOCK
MORNING
AVALANCHP.
Pp-J1
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HlilflHIIIIIlHIII!
li
Wes
AND
UP-TO-DATE
OBTAINABLE
lAND
INSTALLED
Equipped
;
with
'INTENSITY-
LAMPS
Will
project clear
rock-steady
' pic-
tures
:of
even
bril-
liancy
to
syncron-
ize
with
the
music-
al
accompaniment
willinsure",
clear
pictui-es
This
GiantMachine
will.
furnish
the
current
for
•the
machines
Spacious
and
.
•..•••>••,-"'
comfortable
chairsupholstered
with
air-cushion seats
. '
and
please
patrons:
A
.COMPLETE
SET
OF
"SIANllff".'
"'
^
"•.'Hand
carved
frames,specially
finished-
to con-
formto the
decorations
will
adorn
the
beautiful
lobby of the New
Palace.
A
completeset ofWard-LeonardDimmers will control
the
beauti-
ful
lighting
effects.
.DING
OR
REBEE US"
t
Sp.Qt
and
Flood
Lamps
will
produce
the
many beautiful
stage
effects
that
will
accom-
pany
the
productions
to be
'
~\.
' '
'"<*
shown
at the
Palace.
•ANTA
OKLAHOMA CITY
NEW
EA.NS
.
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Jj^V^a^-^-j-^^o-^:-
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NEW
PALACE ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
,
BY
SOUTHERN
CHEATER
EQUIPMENT
CO.
OF
DALLAS; EACH FEATURE
ATTRACTIVE
age of
film
not
in
uso.
Tlic
Auditorium
Mr. C, G.
Linds.ey
selected -TheSouthern
Theatre
Equipment
Cr>.,
tocompletely
furnish
the •
HHW
PalaceTheatre with
the
vt-ry
latest
and
fin-
est
in
theatre
p
»ciuipment,
and
noth-
ing
finercan
\ii;
found
in
any
part noor
wu uc
Beaicd
wun
air-cusnion
of
the
country than
tlio
equipment
upholstered
chairs
finished
to
match
installed.
.-•_'_
j
the
decoYati^hs/and
will
be a
treat
The
Projection
Room
I
to
theatre
goers
of
Lubbock.
Tho
projetlion
room which
i.s the
""
'"
"
"
" '
heart
of the theatre has
been con-The
auditc'fiuni
hus been complete-
ly
fitted
v/ith
t5a-
finest
theatre
c-hairs
money can
buy. Tba
lower
1
floor
wil
be
seated
with
air-cushion
The
jightingof the auditorium
will
v
_.,„.,
,..^,»,.,»,
ti+j,.-,
./i
1.11
i,i/»i-
]'if'
'
coritroliGd
bv
\Vjir<l-£.oontir<I
strutted
entirely
of
fire
pronf
niatcr-
dimmers, while
if'battery
of
these
jal,
with automatic
trap
doors
thst
j
dirnmm'ers
will control
the
any
color-
completely
shut
-off
any
possibility
i
c-d
fe/fetfe
used
on'
the
stage!
r\
f
firr*
'**/
i
fi-f»JiJncc
tli^. i^n/K*
rivln^-.
.
TL
.
t
_
t
i
"
of
fire'reaching
tht-
auditorium.
Two
Powers latest
improved
model
projectors
equipped with
specialGenera!
Electric-high intensity
arc
lamps
wi!l
insure
brtth'ant
evenly
ii-
luminaU'd
pictures
at
nil
tinifs.
These
inn
chines
nra
f-quipppri
with
speedindicatorsto
enatl«> th(-
music
The Lobby
In
the
lobby will
be
found
a
.com-pk-f«
set-of
Stanley
h'and
carvecfhard
wood
frameso?
beautiful
design,
finished
to
hnrmonixe
with
the
deco-rative
scheme.
These
frames wore
specially
made
for
Hie
Palace
and
will
be used to display the
current
_..
_
- —,._..
,,
^
..._... i,
.>,
i*i
it,-^1%,
tint
i/vuo^u
nj
u
n
j*ci
y
to be
accurately timed
with
the-
pie-
.ind
corning
:i{trftctioTis
turf. Proteetall
safety
iJevic^s
have
The
Screen
nfKo
been
iristrilled
on
the
machines,A
specially
constructed screen
willwhich
pjiminnte
;ii!
p(j*yibility
of be
used
to jjroject
the
pictur't'S
upon.
This .screen
i.s
so
designed
thnt
the
picture
will
not be
distorted
norcause
eye
strain
when
viewed
from
nnele.
Thefront
Keats
willbe
fii-e.
and work
nutoniatically
to
pre-
vent
firt?
dam.igp at
all
times.
A
Uertner
Transvprter
wilt
make
Ihc'
special
i-lcctric
current
Tiuedcd
for the macbin'i'S,
ins'.iring
a constant
evenf!ow of current
nt;
all
times,
Conipk-lim,'
thi.« t-ouipm<-nt
are
FT>ot
intnpH
for
.special
occrt.sirms,
f
.
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n
,
 
,11^4
I
Tl^dfl*
U
M+"
VlfZtlW
f
i
fn-st-proof
film
cabinets
for
the-
stor-I
c-rn
Theatre
Equipment
Co.
very
dr-sirab-!e by the
u.-je
of
this
The
complo'te equipment
was in-
stalled by
t}so
enginter
of the South-
ELINOR GLYN'S GREAT FILM,
"HIS
HOUR"
THRILLING
ROMANCE OF
RUSSIA
IN DAYS
OF
ROYALTY,
COMING
TO THE
PALACE
Elinor
Oyn
is
<me
-novelist
who
^v•^itl•s
eniirfily
«n
inspiration.
.The
p»cturSs!ati«n
of.
her
st.->ry,
"His
Hour"
is
continK.tii
tho
Pulaoi;
The-
tiiro
Die.i'-i-SS.This
ff.ilovs
clost-upuri
liiP
ht-tls
(if—,
nml
promiseseven more
of
n
?hri!iin^' iovt-
«l:>ry
(hnn
her
elaborate.
screenproduc-
tion of "Thre<r-Weeks."
JUNO
RANCHMAN
BUYS
FIFTYSECTIONSOF
LAND
AT
$6.50
PER
ACRE
SHOW
BUSINESS
NOT
NEW
JO
PALACE
MANAGER
Long,
experience
ifi
the.-
theatre
business
will
enable
manages-/
Cliff
C.
Lindsey
to look
after
every
fea-
ture
of
the
Palace theatre
"which
opens
.Monday
evening-
at
8:30
o'clock.
''•'•-•
,
.
Mr.
Lindsey
has
been
manager
of.
the
Lindsey
Theatre
since-that
busi-
ness, was opened in
1914,
us during
thf.
three
years that
the
bustneas
was
leased to the
R-jbb .&
Rowley
theatre
enterprises,
.Mr.
Lindsey
was
part
owner of
two
theatres
at
Beaumont
of\vhichho
WAS
manager,
and
after
selling
his-
interests there
started-
traveling
for the
F.ithous-Players
Laskby
corporation,
makers of-Paiv
amount
pictures.Mr.
Lindsc-y's
first
picture show
experience'
was
gained
when he was
still
in his early
teens.
He
ant]
Frank
Barclay,
now of the CityDrug
Company,
were ushers
at the
;
Lubbnek
Opera
Hou
s
e,
a
pictureshow
operated in
a
large
frame
building
which
until
a
year
ago
(Stood
wherethe
Hemphi!!-Frie
e
store'
is now located. The younstei'sworked hard,
looking
after
their
duties
with
strictest
attention,
and
for
the
efforts
received
passes
to
th
ft
show for themselves and tickets
for
their
girls.
"Them were
the
goodold daye," for the
youngsters,
and
in,fact_Mr.
Lindsey
became
so
interest-:
ed in the
picture show
business
that he
later
established
an air
dome'on the lot
wlier?
the
brick building
occupied bythe Kuykendal!
Chevro-
let
Company now- stands. Business
was
good
for
the airdome,
and
the
manager was
successful
to
such
an
extent
that
he
hud
no
difficulty in
persuadiiiK
hisfather,J. D.
Lindsey
that a
rea!
picture
show business
in
Lubbock
would
be
a.
paying
propo-
sition, whereupon
the
Lirufsey
thea-
tre was
built.
Mr.
SAN A-NGEllO,
T«x.is,
Pec..
12—
 
Hurl
Wilson',,
rancbrri;i;»
n=;xr
Jvmo,
Texns,
announced
- the
purchase
ofthe Va7
VN>rde
county ranch, proper-
ty of the
late
J.
B.
Afurrah
of San
ful
,
society
.
character
copied from
its reul
prototype,
ami .
the
-writing
of the
rum-l-
was
in-1
_.
ppired,urged, timl
suyports'd
fov
lh«
-
,
JRussian*..
.
'
5
wj><
»
Jn»itedtoWr!(«- NovelWhen-.Mrs.
(Jlyn
wrote'-
"ThreeWeeks''
tin*
char.scU'rUaHon
of.
«>.*
lady,
w/is
considcrU'd
by
Knssia
t<>
he
very po.rftct
ssmf
15
consequence
o
f
this,
the
nulhorcRs
was
jrtvited
by
memberst
of
the
Royni family
to
pay
H
vbit
St. 1'elcrsbBfjf,withaview to
-vvritinK
» novel
w»Ui
»
JUs*
1
^
chest,
RMS
«
1El
seems
to
bo
onea
snot-^un
hi
her
-
---,
has
made thorough
study
of the picture
show
businessespecially
to'
the
requirements
of
tha
people
of this vicinity. Hehas
1
been able to
build
ut>
a
large
patron-
agefor the
Lmdscy
theatre,
and
a'
continuation
of his
success
in
the
matiap:cni<!nt
of
the
Pivluce
is
assur-
ed.
Lubbock
Variety
Furnished
Paint
For NewTheater
In
selecting
materials for the newPalace
Theatre J. D.
Lindso'y
was
carc-fu!
to
patronixt-
just as many lo-
cal
institutions
as
possible, and
thoLubbock
Variety
Storewasfound
preparedtomeetthe
needs
of the
builders of the new
playhouse
inso-
far
as
paint
for the
entire
job was
concerned.The Lubbock Variety is one of the
ifastest
growing
businesses
of the
city
aird
the
ability
of the
company
to
meet
the
requirements
for thepaint
on
this
splendid
job
refelets
creditably upon
the store.
NEW
PALACEARRANGEMENT
IS
TEMPORARY
The
booth
to
be installed
in
the
new
Palace
Theatre
will
be one
of
the newest
and'most
recent ideas
in
modern
theatre
construction.
The
projection room
will
be placed be-
neath
the
floor
of the
balcony com-pletely concealing
it
from
all
view.
By
placing
the
projection room
in
this
location
it
will
afford
much bet-tor
projection
and
facilities,
by
giv-
ing
much
clearer
pictures, remeding
'the
usual
!j!ur
nnd
jumping
so
often
seen
in the usual
motion
nicture.The
present
booth located
inthe
toi>
of the
balcony
is
merely tempor-
arily
located
as
the new
booth
had
to be
made
in the
east
and
will
notarrive
in.time
for the
opening.
Up-
on
arrival
of
the
new booth
and af-
ter the
change
is
wade
it
will
en-
tirely relieve
, the
present
arraiijre-
nmt
of
the
seats
in
t!n>
balcony
by
affording
an additional hundredSPECIAL JUDGE
.
TO
REPLACE DISQUALIFIED
AUSTIN,
Dee.
13.
Governor
Neff
Saturday
announced appointment
of
several
Special
Judges to sit
in
cases
in
which
regularJudges are
disquali-fied.
R. L. Batts at Austin is ap-
pointed
Special
Chief'Justice,
Third
Court of Civil
Appeals
in
place of
Chief
Justice J.
\V.
McClendon
andcial
Chief
Justice and SpecialAsso-
ciate"
Justice
in.
place
of
AssociateJustice M. B.
Blair-in
the case; of
Woodmen
of-the
1
'World
vs Todd
W.
E.
Terrell
of
Waco
and W. L.
Eason
of
Waco
are
appointed
Spe-
cial Chief
Justiceand'Special
Asso-ciate
Justice,
respectively,
Tenth
Court
of Ci"il
Appeals
in
place
of
ChiefJustice
J..
N.
.
Gallagher
and
Associate Justice
George ,
x
Baj'cus
incaseof
Reed
VH.
Murphy.'
 
."
.'
Other,
appointments
are
-W.
W.Price
of
Graham,
Special
Judge
of
Jack
County Court,
to hear
the-
case
in
which Judge
J. C
Ramsey
is
dis-
qualified;
J.
B.
.Forse
of
Newton,Special Judge
-Newton
County
Courf,
in
place
of
J-iidge
J. C.
Ramsey
tohear probate
inatter.
Judge
W. Si
Munson,
Twenty-Third District Court,
and
Judge
Les-ter. Holt, Twenty-Fifth
District
Court
to
hear
several cases
.in
which
Judge
Munson
is
disqualified.
••'•"•".;•"'•
'When-
the
Emir
of
JKcrtsina
visitedthe
London
Zoological-
Gardens
tha
'Jons,
hyenas and
jackals'rbse
up,
bu-
gan to growl,
followed
with
et
eyes
everymovement of the native
chief.-?,
and
from
time
to time
madu
springs
at the bars. The Emir
waj
not
surprised.
"Ths
-lions
know?he
said,
"that
we
areaccustomeded by an inventor-
of
Beiiin,
Xo,
Willie;
a
trained
nursa isone trained to do
funny,
tricks.
Col.
Pedro
Zannt, Argentine
avia-
tor.
h;\s
abandoned
bis
attempted
round-the-world
flight
.after
flying
from
Relcom
to
Japan.
;
seats.
12,130
POUNDS
OF
TUKKEYS
FOR
U.
S.
SOLDIERS
CURRO,
Texas,
Dec.
1^—"Begin-
ning
Dec. 15, Cuero
packing- house?
will
submit bids for
12,1,10
pounds
of
fi-esh undrawn
turkeys
and
1S70
pounds
of
cranberries
to supply the
United
Stntcs soldiers
'stationed
at.Fort
Sam Houston,
Hrnoks
Field
Kelly
Fi
k
vl<i,
Camp Normoyle.
Fort
K:nggo1d and Camp Clark, ail
West
^^<iiKK^>Hi
;in
Murray Kingston, nged
organist
of
 
Texns
posts.
a
Lrtndpn
chiirch,
fliei:
to"
hi.s
wor!:
'Deliveries,
arc
to
be
made
before
threo
.'.tunes a
\ysck
in
an
airplane,
j
Christmas
Day.
"<-iore
.. .
.....
-••
The
hero,
"Grix?.ko"
broavrht
to
f
the
screen
by
John
'Gilbert,
.«,'»»
a |
vvoH
kno-.vn
pvrnona^s
nd<iYtd
\>j
c-t-
{
t'ryone.His
portrait
Is
*o
y*act that
j
it
is
iuhtanviy rt-c&sjrjiit.J
l»y
afiy
Hus^
isjttii
member
.-of
ihnt
exclusive
court,!'
Mrs;
Giyrt
and
Mr;-
Vidnr.-'the
dJ-'
rector, transcribed to
the-
screen
the!true
attno«phtr«r
of.
imperial
St.
PetersfauTfc
of
.fourteen
yewr*
ago.
The
authoress,
hsii
the
f?oacf
for-
tuRtrto
mc-et ajfain
an old
friend
oft
those
<iiy* who,
un.
the
screen; will
|
fippear as
David
Mir,. but whose,
rest
hamo.
;
is
anil
of.
the
greatest'
of
the
old
families
and
helped
on
the-
minutest, -details
so that every touch
reproduced
 
is
tha
re.il
-thfn?,-The--
character
of Gritako,
Prince
Milas&vski,
-As
a
profound
study
of
a
n«jb!c
soul,
inTesKiy-xrild
as
a
cz%~
cd
hs-wkv
because the-
iawy
and
cus-
fcoms of thv couatry-did.not
permit
•!
him
any outlet
'for
his
spperaban-
danceof
vitality
andambition.
''
So
thrown back upon
himself,
he
is
wild,
.
trying
1
' to stifle
-his
jjlovrmg
thoughts.
.A-
Fatcmalinz
CharacterThe;
strangeshades
bf-tnvlancholy
and
sentiment
show
in
in'ro,
wild one
rnomcntv-
te.ndcr
Uie-
next,
intenselyfascinating-
-always.-
devoid
'of-'
self*
ess,
perfectly natural
tind
-There^is in evory'.hinu a note of
passion,
cf
lawIfAs
.wwctiort
.
kept inplace
by
hreedinif
ahd tradition fcutinherentin the
-Rnvsinn
character.
•;.A\fceo I'rfavgle.
portrays
the
dcJt-
cious^youn^f-
English
widow
heroine-
[
"•
away^r^hi
her
M
LINDSEY™
•*.'-.
-~We
congratulate
you on
your fine
new
building
andthe
Palace
Theatre^—Lubbock
is
proud 01
both.
Electrical
Wiring
and
FixturesInstalled
in
tlie
Y
ELECTRIC
"The
Electragist"
Amarillo,
Texas
'•'•
Jphtt
Cilbert shows
the
real
Gritz-
Jco,
vile
is
saidto
be^the
absolute
image
«f
the
Prince.
The
strange!
t«ne
of
the
duel
ia
drawn from!life
like
alii
the
infest
of Uie
story.
The
<eal
Gritzliowas a god son ofthe
KntpoTov.
who
used
t<xpardon
his
wjld
frolic?
just
-us
the
old
ladiea
fpr-
gave anythinghe
did,
becausehis
astonishing-fascination
held
them
his
slaves;-..
^
.
v
-.'.
..-/'i
i.
•-•,...
;
v
'
:
The
Foreign Diplomat
.
'
^
Matio Garillo (Count,
Camcciolo}playsthe
part
of.
the first
Secretary
?A
\^
e
French" Embassy,
niakinea
lif<Mrtcc
reprcsentaUon
of
thfr
f
ot-
niplomat.
.
"..-:-..
L
~
English
Lord
13
played
by-
an
- »n
the
Welsh Hoards,
Capt.. -;---J
Gough,
to get the exact type,
btffphen
Stronsr, portrayed
by
Lau-
rence
Grant,
is"
also
4rt
Englishman.Mrs. Glyn
saya m
regard.-to
the
production
that
it
is not a
moving
mttnre,
but a
te-calUng-xto
life
of
Jtiends
and a
re-creation
of
actual
TRemorics
andthat
the
Weal
comli-
titw
of.-a perfccily
sympathetic
xm-
derstandin^ and
intelligent
direction
made
it possible
to
7
Brmg'
;
soirwthrng.
•vividly
real
to
the'screch.
-
. King
Vidordirectedand
John Ifes-
cau
was
chief
phptogfaphct.
"His
Hoar"
IJT
s
Stetro-GdWwsTj
-'-"-—
presented
by,
Lou'is B."3
r
Road Bond*
A.kcd
^,
Texas
Dec,
13—
Citizens
of
Sicxia, and surrounding
tcrri'orj-
wil
vote
Dece'mber
16th
on
a
eoot!
road bond t5sne
;
of
$i;571,000.
Dae
to
r««nt:oil
discoveries
.?«
this
field,it
ra
expected-
thcrt-
thebonds:
carry..
••*-'
..
V-:.
.^\-"-
••.•••-•:•.
,
Mr.
.The luniber
usied
in the
construction
of
this,
finest
Theatre
in the
west,
was bought
of
Building
r
rftfe^'-^lAj^KrS^

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