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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I ItllUY, 1C, 11HI THE LETH BRIIHiE 1) A1 L V HERALD PACK TUUER V U Something EMPRESS THEATRE For the first time in the city PI GAUMONT'S TALKING PICTURES I Complete Change of Subjects Featuring Harry Lauder New The Great Lubin Two-Reel Feature A Thrilling Story of Mexican Revolutionists o2. r> 3 ffQ w Tonight Tliree Solid Heels oi The IXcljcUl S Casket Teeming with Blcod Curdling Incidents and Exciting Silua- Keystone Quiet Wedding ScreamHy Funny A Strong Moral Story Redemption Produced and Acted by The All- Star Tlianhouscr Company Daily Matinee at 2.30 p.m. lOcand ISc Raskin Troupe of Russians MUSICIANS. SINGERS AMj WHIRLWIND DANCERS Four of the Best in Photo Play SHERMAN THEATRE To-night and Tomorrow Clinton and Barrett and Waldo Morris Sisters Earl Whipple DUBLIN'S DAINTIEST DANC- ERS AMD SINGING PIANIST Novelty in Comedy Entertainers, "WHOS WHO" RUBE COMEDIAN AND TRICK BONE SOLOIST Amateur Night Friday after first performance 3 NigKts Commencing Monday, January 19th Night at 7 and 9 35c and 25c EUGENE WEST AND CATHERINE HENRY PRESENT A THESE ATTRACTIONS PERSONALLY GUARAN- TEED BY THE MANAGE- MENT. A Satire on Grouchy Husbands. SCOTLAND A Dramatic Detective Play A Comic Modern Love Story Chance of Proeia Daily PRIZE LIST MAGRATH j SHOW ilaSLUlli. fo'.lowitifc Is ihe list of awanli poullry Cotk S. 1. Btone. Stone. Stone: Passpy. 3, A lite WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY Or THEIR SHOWS Masquerade Carnival Cosy Roller Rink To-night six im; Now on ju Kawortti fr Anustrons's wlndoiv. DANCING from 10.30 .to 12 p.m. 25c. Spates 25c. Band at The Rink Every Night Under tht Auspices of the Vien- iral Women's Christian Temper- ance Union, a Recital will be :jivcn by MRS. NELLIE L. McCLUNG Author of "Sowing Seeds in "Second Chance" and athsr AT KN'OX CHURCH THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd IVourain will be varlcil tviUi voral and instrumental selec- tions. 1 autl 2, Stone; Bennett. Brown Leghorns Alice Alice Dennett. Jaccbs; O. Ksr; Alice Koiinolt, Buff Jacobs, and .In Buff Orpir.gtons ysoue: 2, Kti. images: Klrie. and llirif. HuJyet; Mra, tlaril sou. nirlo; 2 And o. 1 lodges. Black Orpingtons and 2, Stonn, COC'K. Stone. and 2. Sione. and 2. Stone. A. 6. V. Jolm. and R. John. and 2. John; 3, W. Ja- Cobo. John. Chin and llirie. In the Black liantain class ..Mr. flirie [he boards wir.li his fine Turkeys, Ducks. Etc. Uroit EO Turkey, and i'. Kirfe. RTOIUC Turkey, joung and 1 Harry Lauder in Talkies at the Em- 1 press i u "fort illicit: misunderstand- the presentation of the great Harry was announced in error for the mid-week programme, but natrons of LMO> iio snrn they ivi'l ?ee and hear htm In the "Talkies" to- day and in an atFolutoly realislic reproduction of voice, action other artistic pociiliarites of the vaudeville artist of modern days. In the- sple-mtid two-rod Lubin fea- ture, "The Clod." which is the conscientious in ihe mailer of tnter- provided for (he theatre-go- ing public, and in tills inFtancc lupy confidently assure Ibeir patrons that the are t-j meet with approval. riincnfal affairs of. her father, iier Bro- ther and herself. Her father, years led bride-to-be on Hit morning of what was to have been his ireddlTis day, proceeded to a neigh- boring vfilage. chacged naine, raa.dc a success la business, and be- came a pillar of the church. Thirty >ears later he Is found by (he "girl" whom he left "waiting at the church." She Just as ho Is bcinjj forced inio a disagreeable marriage with a sour old matd. to whom he owes rr.ou- Coming to the Sherman One of the five one-act plays to be offered by Eugene vYest and Cather- ine Htnry, at tbe Sherman for the first half of next week, is "Taming a Hviiaatid." This IB or.c oMho most u or ever wntwn, anrl Jall tor Then ,hc the Md get, him om'of v.'ho, by coercing his daughter, en- deavors to accomplish his nefarious p-.irpoFo. How ail Is straightened out, is very vividly shown the screen. Another grand Vltagrapfi comedy is provided In "Love's which the versatile "Cytey, as creates great fun nom the moment he U seized with bis brilliant idea to his final exit through the window, j V V Let the Children Come Saturday Great preparations are hetng made to look after Hie children who attend ln Hedlev'E drug i that dark brov.-n I the Fpccla! adernonn performance at a tSlarlanrt tomorrow. The kiddies will surely liavc the time of tiieir lives be shown iijciuriing a rollicking Key- for Ririe. Turkey, G Klm? UNION OFFICIALS CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY Tloiighlon, Midi.. Jan. If. president o- tl'o Western I'tfleralluri of Miners, lorlay for conspiracy, losclher with oilier officials of Urn Federation in connection nllh the strike of copper miners. The firM count of tlie in- dictment conspiracy to pre- sent force oi firms the pursuit of their locations liy employees of thft mining companies. Riric WAS Uic Dinner harhs and olher fancy 1 Robert Hodges; S ioJAaul; 3. Poullry, M. iRcailo: 2. 1-cng Ly. Dressed Long Kggs, light Alice Bennett; 2. r. VTcodrnR. dark l, 11. U Searle: Martha Hacking. Best Displays KKrrcf! White f'artrlilse Ulrlc. Brown IK-iiiii-d. Rhode other Wliltc r.i--fey. Huff STru'. II. Kiiic. B. Stock company. Julins Stern, manag- er, and Herbert, lirenon. director, ar- rived IU-rlin from Paris on Sept. make a monkey of a "Mse guy.' Altogether >Mr. Weal and Mips Henry trill tie seen in tive of their greatest which will Include, fceslrles Ihe p.bove a comic Tht Greatest BUI Yet Presented Without doubt the bill for the Ust half, of this neek i? in every respect the greatest that has ever been pre- sented. All the acts are Iieadltners, and the audience were loud in their! j appreciation of tho efforts put for- v.-ard to entertain. Waldo Is a most humoroiis entertainer, his in-: ierpretatioxi of Ihe Riifce being tiie cleverest seen here, and his manifiula-' lion of tlm bones is extremely clever! and original. Clinton and Norris Sis- ters are enterisincrs of s. very refin- ed anfl hiph class standard, the ledy members'of the company giving some clever and pretty cliaracter dances. The male member, as a pianologist, is s premier, and MR various numbers were loudly encoisd. Barrett j Earl are the most original entertain' Most Facinnting Plsy Ever WriUen--The Favorite of Two Continents, with Dawsey McNaughton As "BUNTY" And all the Original Scotch Players Prices 50c to On Sale at Frank Hedley's Drug Store romance: "From Scotland that ers [hat are before the public today, Joe Uramii, publicity man- touching 1y human and beautiful de- tective play. ''Bunty Pulli the Strings" At lapl "Runty" la coining lo l.elh- bridge, II-IK Bnccectled in setting the Canadian provinces tofsy-lurvy with "Hnntyitls." will spread Ihe fever to when "Ennly Pulls the onens at the Ma- jestic on Monday, January TEie Blory Is the acme of simplicity a siinnlp rhronicle of a High- land family, a hose dally life is close- i Every Drinking Man Needs Help Glii M LL No mun who i or lialiilnnlly. ran urcuril. The iJrlhli hatiit IN (anno! In- t -rr.l trcnfim-m. N'-K row (hrr. f Led to tiio drink lie v.as immediately on the Jcb, and after tipping Ihe tiaOe pspers, the Victoria Fibn 1'ompany's rooms were Tliry were Introduced to l.eih BaErd. Director Hrrnou. -Shay and -.Manager Juline stern and the rest of j liif- jiroil-icinp -o-sniiizatlcn. the a tony or "iv.uilioc" was shown. ftiifl it mot v.Kh unanimous I --iirrovnl of the Conn an scrlues. From ihc> conceispus nl opinion It was I dent that no film cf PUCVI prptenllous I 'in? In of Ore Aft Plrys Coning t Tic llio niliu- 1 r-iicyged Tor ;IitK with rfaH." ccm- prescntlng a novel offering. The lady In her impersonation as the doll Is j truly marvellous; her partner leJls flome F hnr.iurous storief, and wjilstles in such a charming man- ner that iie Is compellerl to respond time and lo re-pealed demands ___! ior more. The olo.-lng J5 tinitjuR In Cii-iracttr. and Hie crpl-'JPe given the Raskin troiijieaf iiusfiAns la thor- oughly deserved. Their dancing is K distinct fenluie. and U nf sudi a character that it IE impossible, lo live the rcrformp.r.L'e credit merit- nd in wriifnR. Thft managcnu-iU juf.tly proud of the clcss of entertaiii- mat. jinenl provided, and respectfully asks jail lovfers of hi'i'i .1 to see this bill and be convinrcd thnt BIJOU THEATRE Edwin August in "The Blood Red Tape of Charity" A 2-reel Feature Which Comes Highly Recommended TWO GOOD COMEDIES stc (txclalrned when lie eti !ier, "you forgot, yourself." he replied calmlj, 1 tr.n thlnb of myeeU any old Just nov; you arc occupying isi- j "You told me he was one of the t t kno-.vu in town." I he IIP. fie can'l gel credit i wlicrc." Boston T.fan-t "Doesn't (hat prove he Poat. (ft 1 ihe 13 of the hi I for 1( iu I on Iwo-thirds cf a yard of lorti. Let U stand tiniiltKsoi] has pcrrr.caied every part of lhc cloth. Then you have a real during cloth for 5c. Why not money? Feather and common and ?ee local talent In their en- deavors" to outvie professional ort- There will iic sonic fun. Q dwbng ragi sca'lcr. paiticlci of Q country, through earlhqnn'ke tn u (-r f'jr aitoh I. 1 ft-.1' ilnyp" r'.i 'i TC. taken fonfirmr.fi dtv. IHJJP Th" lich NKAL S20 Thfrteentb Ave. w., an Ine houic. cloth inoislcncd vntlj a Hide 3-in-One oi col- ccH every alom of d right on ihaclotfi. None Mound. BO la IB jine I oil tad lot ircuil niul hivp gihio y ho'if.c or 'c'ir Is a ii'iiov.itlon. fiinl if Uic tniilirl In- >'iOii is support li-.rv. M MT. -jU.iicc Tntrncrf) to tlnrc >earv U'-i lo rnilicr 2P. 15IJ. which