Greensboro Daily News from Greensboro, North Carolina on December 29, 1918 · Page 19
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GREENSBORO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1918 HAND LEARN THE TRUTH THE SPIRITS DO NOT LIE 100 PSYCHIC and SENSATIONAL FEATS of MYSTERY in 150 MINUTES SUPERMAN of MYSTICISM INDEED, MORE THAN A MAGICIAN Truthfully a wizard without an 'equal in every baffling department of magic, necromancy, hypnotism, spiritualistic seance, mind . reading, thaumaturgy, public escape from restraint, lightning card manipulation, illusion, levitation and psychic sensation. Greatest Combination of the Arts of Mystery Ever Assembled in One Stage Production "The Bridegroom' The Levitation and it Gmrtsr Magical Production ev&l ffJSatTD ON rt MEMOIN STAQEZ, And his Massive company LIMITED ENGAGEMENT FOUR DAYS mm STARTING NEW YEAR'S Special Mat. Wed. Bargain Mat. Sat. Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 Reserved Seats Monday at Elm Street Pharmacy CIPAL JAN 1 to 4 s Dream" Marvelous! Guess Disintegration of Princess Azrah f Watch These Eyes Mark This Warning-After Opening Day Advance Sales Will Spell Capacity Buy Early rami 'iiiaHniraiiiiiiia kHUUHsdU 7 i ' In. AT THE mmm I PiedmonT 1 TOMORROW 1 I MAN WITH THE VANISHING EYES f START NEW OFFENSIVE FOR TWO MORE TRAINS Wllmlnjctim Kotnriana Work Ins: For Additional Train Hervlee to Hamlet and Rocky Mount. J 7" v The Great Blackstone, Superman of Mysticism and Magic Opening at the Municipal Theater New Year's Day For Six Performances Value of the telegraph in closing business transactions was never more clearly demonstrated than last Thursday, when Manager Cheek of the Municipal theater put over a deal after all day use of the wire that will give his theater as 'Its New Year's sensation the Great Blackstone heralded a mure than a magician the superman of mysticism. The engagement will run through to Saturday with matinees New Year's and Saturday. Popular prices will prevail. The celebrated psychic marvel plays Raleigh tomorrow and Tuesday, after losing three days of complete capacity In Newport News, and wa's booked to go to Richmond following Itaieign, underlined to go "from the Virginia capital Into Washington and Baltimore and then north again. Owing to a confu sion In booking arrangements out of the Klaw and Ertanger office iti New York, the Great Blackstone had to shift his time. Manager Cheek believes that ne Is fortunate in securing suh a drawing card for Greensboro theatergoers and is looking forward to six capacity audiences. The wizard's wonderful record for drawing full houses and turning people away disappointed Is said to be unprecedented because of Its consistent repetition wherivor he appears. The advance guard of the Great Blackstone's company will reach the city Tuesday from Italeigh to pave the Way for the arrival early Now Year s day of the wonder worker and his large company of men and women assistants. For the first time In Greensboro playgoers will sea the man who ha? baffled scientists and philosophers with the cleverest pair of hands in the world. After the magic marvel concludes Ma southern tour at Newport News, he will sail from New York for Kngland, having been the first American stage celebrity to be booked for a round-the-world jump since hostilities ceased tn Europe. There Is nothing In the world of i psych lo sensation that this superman ! of mysticism cannot do. There Is lit- i tie that's worth while he does not do in his marvelous performance, which Is a,s replete with comedy as it Is vHh amassment and welrdness. He condenses the whole world of marvol and mystery Into 150 minutes of startling revelations literally right under the eyes of hi audience, a feat no ethor magician has ever attempted. In truth the Great Blackstone Is more than a magician. He is a wis- j Sard without equal tn every department )ot only of Oriental and twentieth-1 turf but also of hypnotism necro-' mancy, spiritualistic seance, mind reading, thaumaturgy, lightning card manipulation, illusion, levitation, escape from restraint and psychic sensation. He modernizes the magic of Hermann the Great, he communes with the spirits In a way never approached by the seances of the famous Anna Eva Kay, he plays rings around the cari tricks of Horace Keene and other manipulators, he surpasses in mind reading and mental telepathy the achievements of John T. Fay and Mrs. Eva Fay, he outdoes the Uluslonary skill of Kellar and gets more entertainment, and laughs out of his escape from publicly applied restraints than either the great Houdlni or the elusive Hardoen. Lie enhances the attractiveness of his colossal production with a number of phenomenal feats that are distinctly Btackstonesque, wholly his own creations and Invention. The advance sale of the seats for the two performances New Year's day, the two night performances Thursday and Friday and the two shows Saturday will open tomorrow morning at the Elm Street Pharmacy. The prices range from 25 cents to fl. For the ladies and children particularly a bargain matinee will be played Saturday, the prices being 60 cents first floor, 26 cents, balcony. The gallery price will be 25 cents throughout the engagement. At The Piedmont. The Piedmont Is showing tomorrow, the ninth episode of "The Hand of Vengeance," the sensational Gaumont serial, which grows more exciting as It nears the close. On the same program will be shown a Funny Fatty Filbert comedy entitled, "Fred's Fictitious Foundling,"- and those who want a good -laugh should not fail to see this comedy which la said to be the very best ever done by this popular coifledlan. Tuesday, the third episode of "Hands Up" will be shown, also an L-Ko comedy. (special tA Pally Newt.) Wilmington, Dec. 28. Wilmington Rotary club members are so highly pleased with the success of their efforts In conjunction with the chamber of commerce and United Commercial Travelers, In securing four additional dally trains between Wilmington and Florence and Fayetteville. that hey are going to start a new offensive for two more trains daily on the A. C. L. between Wilmington and Rocky Mount and two between Wilmington and Hamlet on the 8. A. U. In past yeiirs a northbound passenger left the city about 8 o'clock for Hocky Mount. Just as the war came on this was taken off. It has been missed, particularly by the towns between Wilmington and Go Ids bo ro and the campaign includes this early morning train. The Seaboard service is charged with the absence from Wilmington of Hamlet and Rockingham business men and people up and down the S. A. L., and better service is wanted. Committees have been named to go after these various trains and fight for them until they are won. The whole section is delighted with the four A. C. L. trains recently put on. Wilmington Is declared to "enjoy" the scantiest mail and passenger service of any large center in North Carolina. W. S. Clayton, for more than a dozen years assistant collector of customs, has resigned to go to New York and become head of the Import department of the Standard Commercial Tobacco company. His training in the customs service will stand him in good stead in his new work. He is considered a very valuable man and Collector Walker Taylor regrets to Ipse him, as do many friends in Wilmington. He is succeeded by C F. Morrell of Winston-Salem, who brings with him Mr. High-smith, who will also take position in the customs office here. November 11 appears to have been celebrated throughout the world with remarkable similarity of manner and style. A letter from Mrs. Lou Iterry, Hankow, China, to her sister, Mrs. E. H. Freeman of this city, says that the Chinese got the news the same day the armistice was signed and promptly "went wild". Fire bells were rung and a bedlam of noise Inaugurated on receipt of the cablegram announcing the end of the war. Mrs. Perry lives with her son-in-law, Mr. Kimball, who Is with the American Tobacco company. 34 NORTH CAROLINIANS IN LIST OF CASUALTIES One Died of Wnnndi, One of Aerfdrnt, 31 Are Reported Wounded and One Mlanlnfr JOB If. WALKKR DIRS AT HO MB KHAR Bl Itl.INGTOtt At The Bljoa. Gaby Deslys, the famous Parisian beauty and star will be seen at the Bijou tomorrow in her initial screen venture, "Infatuation." The story is a pleasant combination of strong drama and light romance, tempered by occasional musical comedy scenes where Gaby dances in an array of costumes which take one's breath away. Some of these scenes are beautifully tinted and the effects obtained are exquisite. The Importance of Gaby's wardrobe i has not diminished and the picture lm ' well worth seeing to view this finery j alone. fSpecUl lo Dally Npwi) Burlington, .Dec. 28. Job H. Walker, whose home le eight miles north of here, in the Union Rfdge section of the county, died at 3:35 this morning of heart disease. Mr. Walker was stricken suddenly on the afternoon of Christmas day. Just after he had completed a very hearty Christmas dinner, with a serious attack of acute indigestion Medical help was secured Immediately nd relief given, but his heart had become involved. Thursday he seem ed much better and Friday- he had so far Improved that his friends and his physician felt that his recovery was assured. Mr. Walker was one of the most substantial citizens and progressive farmers of the county. He has lived in the county and on his present farm all his life, and numbered his friendi the hundreds. It was his pleas be a neighbor to everybody. Mr. Walker is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. W. A. Harper, of Klon College, end Mrs. M. L. Holton, of Unton Ridge, and three sons, H. H. and R. L. Walker, of Union H def, and Rev. John Mack Walker, .-liruon. W. Va. One daughter, ." John Lesth died severV years ag Mr. Walker was an elder in Stony Creek Presbyterian church and for many years Sunday school superintendent there. His funeral will be held from that church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and the Interment will be in thA church cemetery, where several generations of his ancestors rest. lie will be greatly missed in the community. Washington, Dec. 28. Tho following casualties from North Carolina are reported by the commanding general of the American expeditionary lorces: Died of wounds: Ralph P. Long, R. F. D. 1, Bug Hill. Died of accident or other causes: Joe McCoy, R. F. D. 2, Morven. Wounded severely: James W. Boyd, R. F.( D. 2, Pine-town. Willie J. Keith. Weavervllle. Wounded slightly: Thomas H. Turner. Mayodan. 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