Edison Theatre: 0050.0983

NEW

EDISON THEATRE

(Formerly Wentworth Hall)

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Continuous Performances

MOVING PICTURES – ILLUSTRATED

SONGS

Wonderful, Instructive, Entertaining

PROGRAMME FOR

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

JANUARY 16, 17, 18, 1908

1.                  Overture, Prof. McHenry

2.                  Caught in a Trap

3.                  Acadian Elopement

4.                  Song by G.G. Sullivan, “We

Have Been Chums for Fifty Years”

5.                  Ragie Falls, Salmon Fishing,

Scotland

6.                  Buying a Ladder (Funny).

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PROGRAMME FOR

Monday, Tuesday and Wed’y

JANUARY 20, 21, 22, 1908.

1.                  Overture, Prof. McHenry

2.                  Bothered Bathers

3.                  Western Justice (Very Realistic)

4.                  Song by G. Sullivan, “I’ve Got My

Fingers Crossed, You Can’t Touch Me”

5.                  Victoria Falls, Zambesi River

6.                  Chinaman Visits London

7.                  Poor Little Pig

Doors open 7:30.  Commence 7:45

Three shows every night except Wed-

nesday and Friday, when there will be

only two shows.

Remember – Complete Change of Pro-

gramme every Monday and Thursday.

Admission – Adults 15c : Children 10c

0050.0983: Edison Theatre

With detailed programme of upcoming performances at Cranbrooks new Edison Theatre.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  January 16, 1908
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

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Subjects:

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Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Wentwortharrow
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