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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE L WEDNESpAY, Tonight Tonight Famous Players Film Co! Present WILLIAM ELLIOT, IN When We Were Twenty-one Final Episode of The Black Box DON'T MISS THIS EMPRESS TONIGHT The New York" Motion Picture Co: r Presents (Bessie..Barriscale in "THE REWARD" A wonderful Master Picture. A in Four Acts. VIVIAN RICH and Splendid Cast in "THE POET OF THE PEAKS" Two Parts SID CHAPLIN, the Funny Comedian, "CAUGHT-IN THE PARK" A Keystone Scream from Start-to Finish. DIAMOND FR.6MITHE SKY" STAR MUSICAL COMEDY Direct from the La Salle Theatre. Chicago, with an all-star cast, beauty chorus, gorgeous scenery, and a host of beautiful costumes, the La Sane Musical Comedy Co. comes to Leth- bridge on Saturday for a two-days' engagement, during which time they will "present two of their most suc- cessful musical productions. On Sat- urday, for -the matinee and evening performance, they will give "Fascin- ating a delightful little musi- cal comedy, woven around the at- tempts of a very rich woman to marry her daughter to a titled man who she had never seen, and the ruse worked by the daughter's bandso_me young lover to dishearten tne mother of any such action. On '.Monday night they "The Matinee another very successful two-act musical comedy. in which ithe beautiful singing num- bers, as veil as some specialty danc- es will be sure to please the audi- AT THE ORPHEUM The masked singer, a real live mys- terv, had tns large audience under the" spell of her beautiful voice, and owing to a sudden sickness could not respond to the applause. She will ap- pear rest of the week. We ven- ture to say even musical critics can- not recognize a voice, without seeing dead-friend from the lollies of youth youth of today. He takes the j boy's sins on his own shoulders _and j the sacrifice which he makes results eventually in his own j happiness. The final episode of "The j Box.' unravelling the mysteries of Professor Ashleiah and his servant Crais. will also be a feature of unus- ual interest for the numerous fol- lowers of this serial. "The Mechanical -Man." a comeay along entirely new lines, will be the laugh-setter. The Eclair Gazette, with the war painters' exhibition, and a recruiting i rally in Regent's Park, London, will create added interest in tonight's show. 'THE REWARD" AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT "The a four-act Broadway star production, is a story dealing with those peculiar young women who seem to know neither the logical nor the Bessie Barriscale gives, added strength to the story In the .manner in which she depicts the leading character. It is a very inter- with.a' strong.lesson. It deals with the many "different phases of the life in large cities, and the story is written around the life of a chorus girl, who finally marries a vealthy club man. two-part picture, "The. Poet-.of the and" Sid Chaplin, in a screaming comedy, "Caught in the completes the bill. Next Friday and Saturday the sec- ond instalment of "The Diamond From the Sky" will be shown. the that the masked .'.TO er has proven that was demonstrated last, night. "Called today's feature, is a vivid dramatization in four acts of Hugh Conway's famous novel. You the photo-play is one better. "Nearly and "Al- kali Ike's Legacy" are both'rich com- TAKE OVER ALLAN LINE Montreal. Que.. Aug. Can- adian Pacific Railroad Co. Tvil'i take over the Allan steamship business, beginning October 1, a new corpora Mr. George Fleming was in splen- did voice, and delighted his friends and the audience with his singing. We take pleasure in announcing Rubeltizskyand his orchestra will play at all performances. This is the on- ly theatre with an orchestra at. mat- inees. The diamond coupons are still being given out, and if last night's at- tendance is a sample, it will be a close drawing to decide the winner. On Friday and Saturday we show a World Film feature, "When It Strikes Home." You liked "Ths Fifth Com- and you will surely feel repaid to see this famous play. "WHEN WE WE'RE TWENTY-ONE" William Elliott, the latest stage star to be converted .to the screen, through the Famous Players' Film Co.'s pre- sentation of "Wnen We Were Twen- the great dramatic success by H. V. Esmond, the current attrac- tion, at Starland tonight and tomor- row on the Paramount programme, brings a new personality to the film. The story of the. play is a simple one. -It turns on the determination of an old bachelor to save the son of his :ion having been organized in ilou- treal for this purpose, under the name of the Canadian Pacific Steam- --US- ship, Ltd., it was announced tonight. I -lu George M. Bosworth, vice-president, of the C.P.R., is president of the new- organized Canadian Steamship, and H. Maitland Kersey is to be managing director, with his office in London, England. It is stated that the new company will take over all the ocean steamships now operated by the C.P.R. and the Allan line. head office will be in Montreal. PonyExpress and Transfer NUT COAL 7B CASH.. 9Cii I 9 NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH (08 Fifth Street South. Phone 632 ORPHEUM UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Fhotoplsjs end UaudBVillE Quality not Quantity "Called Back" A Vivid Dramatization of Hugh Conway's famous novel in Four Acts. "Nearly a Mother- in-Law" AND "Universal Ike Jr's Legacy" Some More Real Comedy EubelitzsUy and the Orpheiun Orchestra "THE MASKED SINGER" Beautiful Voiced Mystery MR. GEO. FLEMING Baritone Soloist. DIAMOND COUPONS EVERY PERFORMANCE. THE ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA plays Matinees. THE THEATRE OF SURPRISES. Next Sat and Mon. August 14th-16th Tin- Lij Salic.JHusical Comedy Company _" PRESENTS AND TALENTED SUPPORTING COMPANY INCLUDING EARL FLYNN, ALICE RAYMOND, RAYMOND RIPLEY, NELLIE MCLAUGHLIN AND THE FAMOUS La Salle Theatre Beauty Chorus IN SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT "The Matinee Girl" A Musical.Cocktail In Two Acts and Four Scenes MONDAY NIGHT "Fascinating Flora" A Musical Dancing Festival in Two Acts SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30. SEATS OX SALE NOW AT MEDLEY DRUG CO. I'll thousands of fclo If they found Kelrloom or jewel that you TAFT NOW A GRANDFATHER Bar Harbor, Me.. AuS. noimcrment of the arrival of former j President Taft's first granchild was OTTER COMES WEST Ottawa. Out.. Aug. Sir William Otter loft last night for the west, where he will inspect all t Tt-'SltleUl IlilLb IllfeL 51 made here tonight: The child, a hoy. the internment camps. Two new born to Mrs. Robert Taft. at her camps have been established near summer 'home, on Saturday last, hut Revels'oke anil Castle. B.C.. where on Saturday last, nut iieveiaiutxe the fact did not become generally the men are doing road known until tonight. [parks. THE Sl'JPREME .COrRT OF ALBEKTA 1915 Sittings- of the Supreme Court of Alberta. Appellate Division, and for the trial of causes. Civil and Criminal, and for the hearing of motions and other civil business, will