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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnosflay. June 24.1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIEKALD Gdide "R8�uproctlon" at the BlJou Again Tonight The popular Bijoii was filled lo capacity last night by a thoroughly sal-iFfied audience fo witness Tolstoi'b "ReBuri'ection," In four reels. This feature has l)�en larnely advertlRed, and highly recomniendod to the public and II Ik a source of great sati3ta/:tion to the management that same receiv-edsuch luilversal approval as was manifest, last ninht. Miss Blanche Walsh lived up to her reputation as America's grea'test emotional actre.ss, while the support she received from her all-RuBBian caste was splendid. The scenjc effects were laid in sucli a manner as betrayed intimate knowledge of Russian life in all its phases. Today at 2 p,m. and 7 p.m., the "Re-Burrectlon" will a,E;ain be presented, find all lovers of the photo-play are urged to see this wonderful production. Prices will remain the same, ten cents. * * * "The Country Girl" Everyone you meet Is a8l-o-1 ductlon ever ' ^ed, played by a cast j of BroPdway iL^rs. Including Max Flg-jman, \Vilton Lackaye, Robert Edeson, 1 Rose Coghlan, Lolita Robertson and ! Amelia Summers. The fact of being favor�d with such an array of talent should alone merit the house being packed. Never before has such a gathering of stars at one time been seen In the W-estern country, and i Lethbridge must be attracting consid-|orable attenlion in iheatrical circles : when "Fine Feathers" can be persuaded to play here. It is to be hoped they will be further impresset! at the reception accorded them. Seats can now be reser\'ed by 'phone or mall, such bookings being considered ahead of the usual advance sale. ^lake a special effort to see this masterful production. * * * � The Greatest Pictures of the Century It is said that Paul ,1. Ralney, whose pictures of the African hunt will be shown at the Majestic for three nights heglnnlng next Tuesday, Jvily I, was never, on this expedition, more than ten degrees either side of the ef|uator. As a matter of fact, most of the pictures which are shown prove conclusively that the greater part of the time Mr. Ralney and his party were practically on the etiuator. This is demonstrated by the tact that Mount Kenla, one of the highest mountains in the world, was almost always in sight, and the line of the equator runs almost directly through it. The heat encountered was terrific. It was necessary to keep the plates and reels very deep in the earth during the middle of the day to preserve them, aa the sands were scorching hot. The pictures were fallen Immediately after da'wn, for there is no gradnal daybreak but H sudden burst of light in the sky. That Mr. Ralney was en-ahlod to obtain the magnificent results shown In these pictures is, to expert photographers, one of the most notable achievements of the expedition. Special school children's matinee will be given Wednesday, July 2 at 3 o'clock. Price 15c. Evening prices 25c and ode. Seats now on sale at Mason & Ritch piano store. * * * Marvellous Picture at the Empress The great three-reel feature, "At the Parll of Her Life," will be shown for the last time tonight. It is truly a wonderful picture. The adventures of the heroine in her thrilling e.xper-iences in her pursuit of Lindberg are ot the most marvellouK description, and last night fairly herld the large audience spellbound. Vler foot race after the cab, riding on the buffers and footboard of the train, her getting on hoard ship In an empty case, and lowering her.self over the side and cutting of the rope by Lindberg, and her long swim, the motor boat race, and her hair-ralaing Jump from the swift motor oar, are all thrilling. The Indian drama, "The Kacapo of the White Fawn," is ot great interest and is notable for the heaiity of the scenery and clearness of photography. , MlsBlrene Allen again delighted the i large audience by her singing, and called,forth groat applause. balcony during the porformanco by the stage lighting only. Now, you amateur photographeis (and professionals), get in the balcony (or a box seal), with your cameras and try your luck at getting a fitting souvenir of the best attraction ot the Loth-bridge fa