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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, .lANUAI 2, 19M mm Tonight TVh OLD TARS 1000 feeti It's a KEYSTONE T HE I- E T H B R I D G E DAILY HERA I, D PAGE THREE "HEARTS" IN TWO REELS A Great Human Interest Drama of Strong Heart Appeal Tonight Latest Weekly Showing Great Events the World Over Bij^u --THE BUDE FROM THE SEA A Strong Story of the sea folk and a pretty romance. -Bijou A GOOD ciVlEDY AND ANOTHER DRAMA DE JLUXE WATCH OUT FOR THAT MAN IN BLACK EMtRESS Matinee 10c-15c "SAN Amateur Per mers Played With a Dash d a Finish at the iestic VAUDEVILLE DIRECT FROM THE ORFHEUM CIRCUIT Professor Watt Reese, the Man of Mystery, in his Twentieth Century Spiritualism EMPRESS Reese and Fritz, Second Siglil Reading with Cards; Five Reels of World's Best Moving Pictures, Featuring "The Battle of Fort Laramie"-A Stupendous War Picture in Two Reels. Evening of. Reese, will today and tomorrow expose his methods to the audience. MONDAY: "WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME"-Absol "tely the Funniest Farce Comedy ever Filmed. 25c-10c OY" or Uie performi|t of "Saii Toy" nt the Majestic Tlf-o lasi iilRht, it tail bp lliat i ary' in a rivofoUl object as an aDpri Htage i^nUiusiasm, the plav -went nitl| Jt was a creditabl, iihis alonpr smoot^vithouf limp or lialt. The elionis pa enlivened. The S' s "comi/liineiit-e. First, in its ion of the able company, ^Ir. rl as it reflected ' various mem-to the occa- WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS ini and a snap, rroruiaunp, riin- Elaiiy was much ap- liarent in the inif piortuclion, and Inevitable on a | ni^lit, particu^ Sarly with amateu: n was a. "Sxn: T| which delighted �the audience. T commendably pefened becomes ii Dleasnre. Particv the attractlvonG* the si.v little whes of Ven I only in appearanl r.ati ail vanished. view a play so noticeable was A (tractive not but in the fllUp nvlii'Ch they put i: rheir work. The sextette attuned -msplves to the netting of tiie sfa ic-ti.'re, and made themselves a vef^racoful addition io It. .An Ofiual imp|meiii was noted ?n Uie younig laf wlio formed the 5';mperor's hodyJi. They moved f ith a rythm, ar ive eclat to what �-as a brilliant " ntion" f.rtncipals, and un and the interest of the pla irly boiled ove.r. Miss Dorothy x e.vcelled herself In the brilllanc e generally gives 1o her perfon|Sis, and was de-rservedly the r&nt of many encores, and Mr#;irvey earned the tame in her rewkig of "Rhoda flaii ft Pagoda." I The relief, m� he had secured a finished perforSe in the company, had it.s visib-l*K;t on ^\r. B. S. Y6ung. "Yen B' went with free-\-orth going to, and tltey have been going. New Year's day saw- tho Sherman crowded afternoon and night, and the show w-as right up to the top notch of excellence. The Herald has no hesitancy in saying 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 tho vaudeville loving towns and get tho best. There 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, I in going to a show in -which there is not a weak spot, iior an objectionable I word ov act. The enteitainmors at I the Sherman fo.- the latter part of the ' ; week are exce]>tionaIly fine looking. | ; and looks are backed up 'with ability, j making a very happy combination. The luusioa'l sfjuts were not only clever, but some of them entirely new. -Any Scotchman who misses the kilted gentleman's contribution to the programme misses sometnln.g he wouldn't miss if he only realized the fun of it SHERMAN THEATRE A Great New Year Offering To-night and To-morrow Night Nancy Neville Joe Brennan A SINGING GIRL AND A THE IRISH YANKEE PIANO 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, Irwin & Casad, In musical novelties are much the best attraction seen for many a moon in their line. Their stunts are decidedly original and entertaining. And Nancy Neville, the singing "iady with the 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 ' they go home talking about. If the class of vaudeville now being j show-n at the Sherman is maintained, there will be little doubt as to th� saccess of the house this season. INDOOR AVIATING San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 30.-ItJ what is be'iieved to be tiie lirst hiplaao fliglit ever attempted underneath a roof, Lincoln Beachy circled succeas-fii'lly tho Interior of the I'alace of Machinery at the exposition grounds today, but made a poor landing and smashed his biplano. Beachy was not injureu. long enough greeted him lie would Intro Mr. Fred Rc Tiiorei a very ca versatility, ludicrotis plias clever expoiie| Mr. G. Pier �brought dowiiii tho house -ivith hi�5 singing of "Love fiomes from Bpirlted vende .V veiT pleai Introduction cisong of the Limer- ick variety b.v' -with local al'l ton certainly most gracioti: levity. It hardly ri| v