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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE f, ETH BUI I) fin DAILY IIEUAM) PAGE THREE Tonight OLD TARS It's a KEYSTONE "HEARTS' IN TWO REELS A Greal Human Interest Drama of Strong Heart Appeal II Latest Weekly Showing Great Events the World Over Bij4u--THE BUDE FROM THE SEA A GOOD C A Strong Story of the sea folk and a pretty romance. MEDY AND ANOTHER DRAMA DE LUXE WATCH OUT FOR THAT MAN IN BLACK Matmee VAUDEVILLE DIRECT FROM THE ORPHEUM CIRCUIT Professor Watt Reese, the Man of Mystery, in his Twentieth Century Spiritualism EMPRESS Keesc and KriU, Second Sight Heading with Cards; Five Heels of World's JJest Moving Pictures, Featuring "The Battle of Fort Stupendous War Picture in Two Reel.. hof. Keese, will today and tomorrow expose iiis methods to the audience. MONDAY: "WHY GIRLS LEAVE nlely (he Funniest Farce Comedy ever Filmed. Evening "SAN Amateur PCI Will) a Dash at ihe OY" mcrs Played a 1'inish esiic Of tl'.e performs fil the Majestic T! can he said ilml i BFJ" in a iit O'JJECL as an director of tt. S. You up. anil F MI thn efforts of Otic and al! j-iou, and. inspire- the plav went wi Jl was a credilflo alone smooi lialt. The dionis pa (MiliveueiE. The E liarem in ino in InovilabSo on a Jarlr with amatci It -was a "Sin T the audience. commend afa'y jjlecEure. tJie atliactivene; ivives of Yen only in they put i EGNtotle attuned ectling of thu Ma themselves a ve viio r.ol yet seen Professor Reese, the handcuff king, exhibition of myfitcln skill in riidding hiinstif of leg irons, Ore- Uon boois. and the parapheiijjiia Ltthbridg-o is coming to its in rTiP vaudeville line. Full many a time theie was :ui effort to pass off any obi kind of stuff for the real goods hire, bul it didn't work. The nubile woiildnt hite. Hut when the ical thing comes the result is packer, houses and a gild heart for the man- The Sherman, under Manager Wilson, has o? late been Riving the 'amusement lovers of this good city something -.vorth going to, and they have been, going- New Year's day Ea-A- the S3iemian crowded afternoon and night, and tho shov.- was right up ift tlif top notch of excellence. The Herald has no hesitancy in Eajfnq that tho bill is as xood us any In tba Orpheum or auy of the big vaudcviilc circuiis on the coast cities, and I hey nro f.ip posed to be the vaudeville loving (owns and get the I best. There isn't a duil mimiie in the bill for the balance of thin and each feature is an entertainment in itself. Thero is sonio j-leasure, ico. in going to a shovr in whtch there is (uot a weak nor an ohjectinnabln iword or r.ct. The entertainmers at the Sherman fo. th? the iwsek arc excei-tion.illy looking. I jand looks are backed up ivith ability, t making a happy combination. The musical uoro aot only clever, but. some of them entirely new. Any Scotchman who misses the kiited gentleman's contribution to the- pro- grar-me mirses sometnlns; lie wouldn't liniss if be ILo fun of SHERMAN THEATRE A Great New Year Offering To-night and To-morrow Night Nancy Neville Joe Brennan A SINGING GIRL AND A PIANO THE IRISH YANKEE Casad Irwin Casad IN A MUSICAL ODDITY "EVERY DAY LIFE ON A RAILROAD" FOUR OF THE WORLD'S BEST PHOTO PLAYS MATINEE, DAILY AT 2.30 p.m................... -or. anc! EVENING at 7 and 9 p.m., Adults 35c; Children 25c. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION all. II delights !ho Scotch heart. Then tJiero is san Irishman, end he is gcod. too. Casad, Casad, in musical novelties arc much (ho best attraction ecen for many a moon in ttieir line1. Their stunts are decided- ly original anil And Xancy Neville, the singing laay the pretty face, nUo made a heap of fritnds yesterday. Besides nil this, Manager Wilson throws in foiir rcpls of moving pic- lures, and gives people a they po Lilking; about. If the class of vaudeville no'-v 5hown at the Sherman is maintained; ilierts will he little doubt as to Iho i success ot the honee this season, j INDOOR AVIATING San Fraccitco, Cai.f Dec, "batis bettered to be the ilrtt biplano flight ever attempted underueaih a roof, Lincoln Heachy circled success fijlly (hf; interior of the Palace or >lu'- chinerj' al the exposition grounds to- day, but made a poor landing "and his biplane, Peachy was not icjurcti. Hie spirit wblcliBl tho slago. The work of dink :inil had us It always Affect on tho principals, and CUTL nnd tho inter- est of the plajf irty bolted over. Miss Dorothy excelled herself In thn brllllancro gcnorally gives to lier r-erforiwis, and the rfiint of many en- tores, and Mr- ?irvey earned the! tamo in her re: oig oi "It hod a Han e Fa pod a." The relief, in 1 ho had secured a finished perfon the company, l.-ad Us vtsiMfli'-ct on Mr. B. S. Y6'jng. 'Yen Si' wrnt wtlli free- dom and vervij! met with a cor- dial reception.Ee only disappoint- ment was thnjjcould not respond long applause which greeted bim 11; verses on what be intrnf inlo China. Mi-. Fred Ho lowed himself once in ore a very cap' master of fun and versalil ly. guiles, and ludicrous pl.apflhi founJ in Lira a clever expoi Mr. G. FIc hciise with h ('omes from F pi riled rend .V very pic introduction kk variety It Tilth local n ton sador can moat gra< levity. II hnrdly r vidtial perfr they wero a J. S. Harris tho first tl; Tucker. Th manr.e To bo br night's npno I -j pinging of "Love [s Land." ami his .f -Tommy Atkins." innovation was the ?onir of tho Mmer- Krniik s. Sir flingo Pres- tliat an Ambas- r.ts with a it very acceptable :3 lo ?poak of Indl- (tetniT, icr appreciated. A glit ho said of Mr. supplying for o p.irt ot Marvcji in ,1 very offi- in C before the ptiblic be iini cdly complimenlcil mid congrati aurl Ihe members of my will leave a very reme: ce. Thie rcvftg II not bo compete co Iry was a v etl conedv nd appropriate fin- It wits eing in the extreme the r.ibled players sans "Aitld niid lldlo Dorothy AVilson, iliclsliter of Hie stoj sut .rcpreaciitlug ICM in CiipMV a. Slip in ado a do- liphlfiil plf and won a1f hrnrla in tho nalTf nisennoiifl llUln piece o; acting si cw'ln'o her part. SEE OUR LINE OF SPECIAL NEW YEAR RECORDS-JUST IN A Good Line of Up-to-date Popular Records and Machines Always in Stock The City's Leading Jeweler A R I I-I Established 1898 For the long Winter Eveninsfs-the Vidtor- t7 Vidrola and all the music of all the world. We Cdrry a Full Line of Victor Victrolas Together witli 3000 Records Visit our Victor Dept. Today and i i hear your lavonte song or music There is a "His Maker's Voice" dealer in your town. Go to him and let him play your lavorite music for you, on the Vidtrola. Victrolas to J300, sold on easy paymeh'.s, if desired. Virior Records 90c for teu-iuch double-sided. Write for our musical encyclo- pedia iisling over 5000 Victor Records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. Limited Lenoir Street, Montreal. Htaltrs In Kvcry Town and Clly Mason Risch, Ltd. Victor Department 404-5th Street South, Bryan Block 21 Western Branches Phone 791 Vlclrola VI X ;