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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FItlDAV, .JANlIAl 2. 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Tonight TW) OLD TARS 1000 feeti fun It's a KEYSTONE "HEARTS' IN TWO REELS A Great Human Interest Drama of Strong Heart Appeal Tonight Latest Weekly Showing Great Events the World Over u --THE BUDE FROM THE SEA A Strong Story of the sea folk and a pretty romance. A GOOD CiVIEDY AND ANOTHER DRAMA DE LUXE -Bijou WATCH OUT FOR THAT MAN IN BLACK EMtRESS Matinee 10c-15c "SAN Amateur Per With a Dashtl at the VAUDEVILLE DIRECT FROM THE ORPHEUM CIRCUIT Professor Watt Reese, the Man of Mystery, in his Twentieth Century Spiritualism EMPRESS Reese and, Second Sight Reading with Cards; Five Reels of World's Best Moving Pictures, Featuring "The Battle of Fort Laramie"-A Stupendous War Picture in Two Reels, of. Reese, will today and tomorrow expose his methods to the audience. MONDAY: "WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME'-Absol utely the Funniest Farce Comedy ever Filmed. Evening 25c-10c OY" or the performijl nt the Majestin T can bo said that i nry' in a two-fohl object as an appr Btafre ct on .Afr. B. S. Y6ung. "Yon f' went with freedom and vevvf !1 mot with a cor-al reception, e only disappointment was thaljicould not respond e applanse which ; verses on what into China, owed hini.self once i master of fun and wiles, guiles, and Li found In liim a ]ong enough Rreeted him i, lie would introB Mr. .Fred Rof more a very o versatility, ludicrous phasfi clever exponeM Air. G. Pie rib roll silt dow.iii the house with hi�} singing of "Love flomes from is Land," and his Bpirlted rendemf "Tommy Atkins-" .�V vetry pleafiiniiiovation was the Introduction dfaong of the Limer- ick variety byj with local alt ton certainly word, howevtj .1. 8. Harris, Prank Waddington, s. Sir Din.?o Prosed that an Ambas- sador can soines unbend with a most gracion|d v&vy acceptable levity. It hardly rilis to spoak of indl vjdual iperfcJcoB in detail, f^n they were altjher appreciated, A ight be said of Mr. was supplying for the first tinlie pa;rt oS Harvey 'Pucker. Thl did in a very otfl cient maimei To bo br 'San Toy" an last right's appei 0 before tiie public can be uni 'odly comiilimentod luid congrati I, and the members of the local ^�iiy 'will leave a very happy vemeifice. This roviMlll not bo comploto w.lthout a 'fhco to wliat was a 'well-conceivfiud apiiropriate finale. It waslsing in the extreme ivlien the imbled players sang "Auld Langa," and little Dorothy AVIlaon, theSghter of the gonial manager ola Jlajcstic, and Mrs. Wilson, stoigout repreaoiiting lOU s. Sho made a dc-and won a'lf hearts iugenuou.s little |)ioce �ow Into her pari. In Cupid's lightful picj Ju the naivd IDf actlns al WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS irly was much iiisciousness ap-produclioii, and iiiKht, particu-ad all vanished, hioh delighted lew a play so ed becomes a, noticeable was the six little | Attractive not but in the fillip Big Feature at Starland "Hearts," sliown hl Starland today and loniorriMv is a feature photo-play of the lilKhost order. 'riiB woman who hates in "Hearts" is a wealthy motlier-^in-lnw; tbe one who suffci's, the oh.iect of this hatred, a sweet, einiple country maiden, whose only sin is bor beautiful love and honorable marriage to thiu woman's \vorl;hy son. (Circumstances bring about a fatal misunderstanding between the girl and her devoted husband, which lead;; her to go away and suffer alone. The son .'ioon learns that he has made a g'leat mistake, and sea relies in vain to find the girl and atone for his mental blindness. How they finally come together in a foreign' laud and are happily united, form.s a fitting climax for this excellently-nained heart-interest drama. There is also the latest animated weekly, shtfwing some very interesting events of the day. "Two Old Tars, one of the Keystone laugh jiroducers which would make a confirmed dyspeptic forget his troubles. The rescue of the drowning man, with a derrick is most ludicroiis. and the antics of the police force in the ocean will brng forth much laughter. ' Pretty Drama at the Bijou Theatre I "The Bride from the Sea," in two : reels, by the N'ictor Co., featuring -Mr, ICoorge Kirkwood and Gertrude Hob-I inson, is Ihe banner attraction at the i Bijou toniuht. Tlie story is a very ! strong ore, the acting si)lendid. it is a story of the fisher folk on the sea-coat, and embraces a very pretty ro-innnce. Without being at all sensational or startling in its character. !i( liolds the interest and one leaves with th(! im;pres.sion that he has seen something good and refreshing. .�\ powerful single reel drama and a lattling good comedy complete a bill that will jjloase the most discriminating. T^v the way. be .sure and watch for "TnaL ilan in filack." Reese the fvlysterous at the Empress -Ml frefiuenters of picture houses who have not yet seen Professor Reese, the handcuff king, 'whose astounding feats hiive been mystifying the patrons, of the Eraijiress since Monday last, should do so at once, as this engagCTjnent terminates on Saturday. In addition to his usual exhibition of mysteic skill in riidding himse'lf of handcuff.'^, leg irons, Oregon boots, and the paraphernalia us- I ualiy regarded as being absolutely secure, the profossoi- will, today and tororro'w, expose Ills method to the audience, bo that they may see how-easy it is when you know how. This 'will, of course, increase the interest ; in his performance immensely, and I should certainly attract those who j have not already seen his extraordln-!ary work, as well as those who have. 1 Bear in mind that the manacles, etc., lused in this astonishing exhlbiton I are not fakes, but the genuine Siiiion pure article, used by the police of tho city of Lethbridge. In addition, the professor, assisted by Fritz, will give examples of second sight reading with cards. Amongst other good thugs, the management have pleasure in presenting "Fort Laramie," the most stupendous'two-reel war picture ever filmed. This .great photo-play depicts a vivid incident of early frontier days, the terrific Indian attack culminating In the massacre of the soldiers at the army post, and ihe. strategy cf a young army stirgeon, who avenges their deaths, form one of the most tlvrilling pictures of frontier days. Monday next: "Why Girls Leave Home," which cer�4inly is the most laughable t-^vo-reel comedy R[AL VAUDEVILLE AT THE SHERMAN Lethbridge is coming to its own in the vaudeville line. Full many a time there was an effort to pass off any old kind of stuff for the real goods here, but it didn't work. The public wouldnt bite. But when the real thing comes the result is packed houses and a glad heart for the manager. The Sherman, under Manager Wilson, has of late been giving the amusement lovers of this good city something worth going to, and tlisy have been going. New Year's day saw the Sherman crowded afternoon and night, and the show was right up to the top notch of excellence. The Herald has no hesitancy in saying I that the bill is as good as any seen in tho Orpheum or any of the big vaudeville circuits on the coast cities, and they are supposed to be the ' vaudeville loving towns and get the best. The'-e isn't a dull minute in the bill for the balance of this week, and each feature is an entertainment ] in itself. There is some pleasure, too, in going to a show in which there is not a weak spot, nor an ohiecticnable word or act. The ente'itainmers at the Sherman fo.- the latter part of the i week are exceiitionally fine looking, : and looks are back.Td up with ability, j making a very happy combination. Tlie musica'l st".ints were not only clever, but some of them entirely new. Any Scotchman: who misses the kilted gentleman's contribution to the programme mitses sometning he wouldn't miss if he only realized the fun of it �BOB 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................... 15c. and 10c. EVENING at 7 and 9 p.m., Adults 35c; Children ............ 25c. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION all. It delights the Scotch heart. Then there is 'an Irishman, and he is good, too. Casad, Irwln & Casad, in musical novelties are much the best attraction seen for many a moon in their line. Their sttints are decidedly original and And Nancy Neville, the singing 'lady with tho pretty face, also made a heap of friends yesterday. Besides all this. Manager Wilson throws in four reels of moving pictures, ar,d gives the people a show they go home talking about. If the clas.s of vaudeville now being shown at the Sherman is maintained, there will be little doubt as to th� success of the house this season. INDOOR AVIATING San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 30.-In what is be'iieved to be the first biplane flight ever attempted midei-neath a roof, Lincoln Beachy circled succesa-fu'lly the interior of the Palace of Machinery at the exposition grounds today, but made a poor landing and smashed his biplane. Beachy was not injured. 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 R. A. WRIGHT Established For the long Winter Evenings-the Vidor-Vidrola and all the music of all the world. We Cdrry a Full Line of Victor Victrolas Together with 3000 Records Visit our Victor Dept. Today and Kear your favorite song or music There is a "His Maker's Voice" dealer in your town. Go to him and let him play your tavorite music for you, on the Viarola. Vi^rolas $20 to $300, sold on easy paymen'.s, if desired. Victor Records 90c for ten-inch double-sided. Write for our musical encyclopedia lining over 5000 Victor Records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. Limited Viarola iV. 920 1 4 3 Lenoir Street, Montreal. Dealers in 'Kvery Town and City Mason & Risch, Ltd. Victor Department Phone 791 404-5th Street South, Bryan Block 21 Western Branches 302.194 ;