Cranbrook Theatres: 0052.0706


            Geo. R. Leask has the contract for the erection of a building on Norbury Avenue, which will be used for moving pictures.


            Tonight at the Auditorium will be shown some interesting and amusing subjects – Fred Tate and his dog; the new stenographer; a romance of the country; a war picture of special interest; together with Pathe’s weekly.


            Special films at the Edison Theatre tonight – The Telegraph Post; a special two reel feature of the Bison type.  You can’t afford to miss this line of pictures.


            A most interesting programme will be shown at the Edison Theatre tonight.  The Post Telegrapher is pronounced as the very best of Bison pictures.  Two electric fans keep the Edison cool and comfortable.

0052.0706: Cranbrook Theatres

Cranbrook Contractor awarded contract to build a new building for moving pictures, and upcoming events and films at the Auditorium and Edison Theatre.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  June 22, 1912
Pages:  5
Publisher:  Cranbrook Prospector
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0052)


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