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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE DAILY HERALD Saturday, November All the Big Features are Shown at Starland First TODAY ScottUfe Drams. "A Highland Romance" Also a KEYSTONE NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY A Picture to be remembered "-An Orphan of War" By Producers of "Geltysburg" WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Great Human Interest Drama "The Convict's Secret" 4 of Suipenie IT'S STARLAND FOR THE BEST IN PICTURES LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY Can't Beat Starlind By a review of the Arcing tlona to be at Stariinfl next tie amusement lovers of Lelii- Mis? Trill that each change at programme will lain such features vilcU they can- rot afford to miss seeing. The lolloping Is a. Hit o( the lead- Ing attractions to be shown dirdnr the eorolng Monday and Tuesday, ''An Orphan of War." a tvo-reel war story of .nn- usual produced by the cele- brated Kay Dee Co., famous as pro- ducers of "The Battle of the sreat special, which was favorably received at Starland re- cently. Mutual WeeUy." con- latent ana most Important jhappeninrs the world OTW. ''Oh, Such a Beautiful a spwial Thaiihouser comedy, which will fur- plenty of laughs for all. .'Wednesday and' Tnnnday "will SB stown the best four-reel feature, erer ".produced Jn notion pictures, "A Con- _ S-lct's Secret; or, Perils of the ThlSj.extraordinary attraction. coines guarantee of telng the 'greatest criminal drama .ever ol- I fered the public. As this drama pre- t-... tents a moral thit cannot dla'rc- garfied. It becomes a subject that will j interest ti'o old as well a> the younff. ...The comedy_rart of pro- 1 gramme is being looked'after 6y tift I keystone Co., who will preisat their fill-clar funny" cast in a feature com f. cdy, entitled "When Dreams Come Friday's and Saturday's 'cf ne'st. "week will he announced al tho theatre, and "will be a. programme well worthy of your ...Ths Hit, of th. Seaien >t the Bljau "Positively tha most unique and ec- joyablo feature it has fceen the pleas- ure of tho managamenl'of the Bijou to present for lome tlma will tonight be. thown. "A two reels, Is a comedy burlesque, comblnlng.tlia most ridiculous siluaiiuuS.---Tr.-e reels fjuriy teein with hearty laughs from beginning to end. Imagine the ordinary conditions reversed, hubby doing the honSETKork, and Mrs. Jones Htre, Sir Herbert Beertohm Tree, Bsymonr lllcii; and other leading nunigemeats In the Old Country. In- ..-she Knew the-tale- Presi- dent Kruser Intimately, .and otais most Interestingly of the troublous times In South Africa during the Kroger "What Hippernd to Mary" Two or three times In a senson thsro cocei a pliy that makes no pre- tenca.to solve say iaduitrial oc.social exploit any new system or theory, sosind aay new depths of his- trioalc art, nor offer any-startling fea- ture; a piny thst deali with tho sim- ple" people and simple things quietly and -unassumingly. It is always re- ifeshins when that occasional play ap- pears. If for no olber reison. because of its application to the wholesome and Korts-Kbile phases of life. H good to feel an occasional appeal to the heart, rather than to imtellect or tho superficial emotions, to sense the charm of simplicity rather than cora- pleilty. Happened to Mary" of" tia'two or three, such plays pro- duced last se'ason.. It is a series ol incidents injhe. lite of an orphan girl lelt an isluiu' i n Ches- Bay, .a'aen-a.haby, by scherp ers. who thTH sought to defraud her of a lorlune left her by her father. She has dreams pi life beyond that tiny Is- land; she Is sure that tie ..old miser with whom she has lived Is not really her" uncle, and she yearns to find that mother whora her instinct tells her bc-rs of X jw Ycrt, and the manage-, meat confidently recommends il to I patrons. "TJi? Seuorlta's RepenlancB" Is a: plonfid tale of the. west, "In which bvc plays with. life, and is full of' te best features of western plays. Gaumont's great will also be 'xMblted, whlist the conKdy depart- roent will bo of our usual stan- dard. "Baby's Meiv Kn1! and "Beating Mother To H" are vtarronted siolleri. oming llonday and Tuesday, the Lubin master-piece, "After Many TrliUi" tor her. .That, to'hs-ture, Is a 'situation for the tartlig jolat ol a very pretty story her to. the city tfarousn a. variety of painful wha does not to Mary has bappc-a ed to raany -nnsc-phisticated young country girls, ignorant of city life. Ha characters are human, heart inter is genuine, and Its healthlneis o motive 1s untainted. Nothing more Is needed to" estahliih it. firmly as a f- contribution to the claea plays to which H belongs. after the Petrl pro- "jtptes to John, and Is accepted only to --.'ts "vanquished by a fascinating city pirl who persuades the but.TfoaJc i John.to .elopi .Trilh her. ..Trua. love hoTrever, and John is rescued -'from the- clutches, ot the.dangerous rival by Peerl altw a battlo. royal. "Tho. Anln-attd- 'Werttly will uaual, and Is fully.up to tho la evory respecL .9 of Ostend" I pisa Esae, who has tome'tb.Canada-as-leadlni lady thst prince of Enelish'comedUas, Mr. !-i.awrence arid "will -be seen oa NoTtmler 14 and a. ward of Sir Jamei'ElTe- kright, ei-Premler of Caps Colony ae a child was a personal favorite the Rt-' Cecil Rhodeir MiEB Ksrne ia'fortunate in her know. Jedgo of languages, having amqngsl Ugulstlc -The sending on' tour. _ Muirlson Producios 'TTJjat to provided an excellent THEATRE TO-NIGHT Talented Artists Presenting 20 Bpston Opera Co." 20 A GIRuFLE GIROFLA Sparkling Parisian Opera Seats on sale at Box Office People's Forum Arrangements for the programme of IxstUbrldge Field Diy, which is to be held oa World's Temperance Sunday, November 9, under the auspices of WHY NOT? To the Editor, Lethbridge Herald: the published reports of the Congress at Tulsa, oeme the 'Alberta .Temperance and Moral! 'Fe firmer won Reform league, >a announced .in Herald some days have- been a sample of AlslSe completed. The general-, plan looks j toward an exchange, of, Proliant pill; j and 11 is ejected It at tie TVV..C. fa T. U. will, cooperate, and' organiie brigades o! Hovs and girls, vrilh the! city divided njH'nto arid car-j ry an Invitation to. every borne to at- .i, srown fa tie west. I have at of our irrigate f and timothy to- The potenttnl. (ceding value of tend these services. arrangements here rire made: ergf u CM n'tho the grQBn aJsike clover, The between lal association; -Following. Is the twllir, and -the horse at slow. s so; enormous that I consider alfalfa in a. class by- ItEelf. 'Not EO TCith the linporlanl -timothy .Lethbridse programme: i be while for ;some loa TrJlh U would in Wesley Methodist Church, 11 a.m.; I this vicinity, to with.this Hev. W. P. aold.'Eanlontoni'l.SO p.m.-, Rev..A. EslsT, Cajearr.- PreEbyterian Church, 11 am.( Rev. A. Esler, Calgary; .7.30 W. Edmonton. 11- Rov. J.VH. Francis, 'p.m., R4v.IA. C.' firy'an, Lethbridse. St Andrew's Pres by UViah Church, H a-m., Rev. J. Ij: Ixi'thbridge; 7.SO p.m.. Rev." G. II, bobbledlci. mixture. Yours trulyf" C. JONES. FREIGHT CAIJS ilrardon, Man., l.-'-'SIr cars of Sraln, four iead, car of lumber, were destroyed Two of last" night; trains were proceeding-, Brandon, when one stopped (or "jnlnor repairs, and was mrlVihto Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, 11 a. jpnd. Kngineer Gpoi'y sustained "a m., Rev. A. C: p.m., Rcy. J. B. Francis. Christian Church, 11 Rev. G. j H_. Jliss Annolj, Bradley, MSss Maud Cooling. Hiss Charlolto tiawford.'MIss Lillian Al- ien. MlSB'Jean Patri.uln, Lawrence Hri-art, Georf a VT. TimmoDe, Dean ilay- mond, Edvrin Maynzra, John Spear- ing and Louis Esan, and complete Fulton Theatre, Xew York'City, pro- a'iction. The performance is for one night only, Siturdi'y.'Norcmher 8, and teats are now on Bale "at Kenny Allln's 7.30fp.rfl., Rev, Elmer Westminster Church, iletnddfet, il a.m., Rev. Elmer H. Green-, 7.30 p.rrL. Rev. J B PIcSie' Salvation Army p.m., Rev. Koss. Mass -Meeting, Y. M. C. Suhuay afternoon at 4.15, Rev. Eslcr and Rev. W. F. Gold. Emprtu Hat Fine Programme The week-end program for theEm- PTHB eicep'.lonally" attractive, .and Includes -some films better In many respects .that any previously shown, which is saying a lot A drama of ei- cepttoaal force is entitled "Father and-Son; or the Curse of the Land of Gold." This Is'a story full of that touch ol human.nature that makes the, whole Irian, Dutch -and French, In addition wtirjj The acling is of the very to Eaglish. .Miss Esme's stage career mtny of "the scenes are Includes leading roles with.Sir actual photographs UVen in .tho sweal Photographs Ag A Xmas Gift .Will keep the recoUectlons more and comfort many a lonely hcnr of separation. Our studio Is exceptionally for fin0 portrait -worft, See our flic ligbt pictures In cftit. Make an appoJnttaenl Allison The Your .Town BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE EDMONTON PASTOR Edmonton, iVov. F. D. Ros- hurgh, M.A., arrived In the city yes- terday, with Roxburgh and Jam. lly, for the purpose of tailing charge of the McQueen Preabyterian church, at BeTcrley sprained ankle, bnt-bcth-ie-and hi3 fireman were lucky jumping. to escari by At the BIJOU THE CROWD COMING OUT SAID "SOME and you .will say the same if you see TONIGHT ;The Most Unique .Two-Reel Comedy Burlesque Ever Produced We Do V Not Often Stake -Our "Reputation But We Do In Thit Caie Univer Weekly BANK CLEARtNG.S >T REGINA Retina, Oct. 31.-r-Bank clearlnga for ihe "niohlh endingLtoday'are 214, compared jrSlth 'for October, has now users ot city tfght, and elrqng eflcrrta are being made to Increase the LILY SAVED MY LIFE' 1 .As a trial actvally lla hereby to :cr.d. atsolutely trtt. a box suGcSnf for Mn W _ev._ry_sunrrrlns j.oman will fcorfia cr espresslor.j Irg the same meaning contalnHI- In hunilrcds ot I hife re- ceived during- rast year. Many frein worr.en who suftfred dsonlfs Irara falling of iromb; from TV-omen .who haJ escaped danff- erO'JS rurglcal oreraUona, os tumors and ulcers-had been remov- ed by I he action of Orarje Lily: anfl others xho harj suffeMd' from rhoea painful periods, etc. For all these an-1 the other troublea Vr.own in tPtierat as Ti'o.iicn'a Disorders, Oranje -Lily furnlshss a sdemtfic, cure. It is lu orerAtlon 13 ceitatn and beneficial itfer to sen.' -Quality The.Empress Comfort r FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY JEather and Son" OR 'THE CURSE OF THE GOLDEN. LAND" "A Drama'FuSI of that Touch that makes the" Whoii World Kin for Iu EVcOSKAII. Ont For' Sale by Leading Druggists Everywhere OAUMONTS WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES FRIDAY, MATINEE ONLY, SATURDAY AS COMING Many Trials WOULD TAG SAM. Welland. Police Did Not Recognize Canada's Minister of War, SL Oa.Uurines, Ont, Dot Col. Sari Canada's Minister of wag'ln yesterday visiting his daughter. Mm. Brron M. Qreea. Tho for a walk and a little ipinlel otrned by tho daughter trailed gleefully ailer the littlo great man. Dog catcher' Jewskl mado a flanic mbremeat and captured doggie and trlurophantly vith his pfUonar -back towards the IOTTH talacoose Sara turned head and noticed him. "Whorb-'are yon going with that he sa'.d, and running up ho telied the trembling pup. Jmtti.fpDCklrf.6f, FoHof out of police called, you do Ing with that are demanded the chief "Hughw is my nld Col onel. of Hughes1 around here anc one it good at another, Tou come- In here and get a tag beforo you was mandate of the chief. The colonel followed bu when he explained who he the Chief Lalng and the dog citohrr fel limply Into each other'e anna. City, ryght an4 deparl ment of Winnipeg will In future yay t bonus of 40 per cant to anybody whc seciirea a new customer for them. Th! Is the regular rale paid by trftrt, ment to it's tol'-cltori. INFORMATION BLANK __1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phom 1344, P.O. Box 545, Atta, OFFICE IN ACADIA BLOCK am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you. send me a few supplies and further' information ADDRESS.............._..._...____........___________ "Out In the tunshtno" with Boston Co, TonljM ;