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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'uesdaj, November 4, 1913 THE LETTiljfclDGE DAILY HERALD ALSO TOMORROW! SPECIAL KEYSTONE COMIOY Two Days Only, Commencing To-morrow "Perils Of The Past" The celebrated French novel presented in four big reels DAILY MATINEES EVERY AFTERNOON 2 to 5. REMEMBER TONIGHT IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE "AN ORPHAN OF WAR'', AS PRODUCED BY PRODUCERS OF "THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG." EMPRESS THEATRE GRAND TWO REEL LUBIN MASTERPIECE "THROUGH MANY TRIALS" THE PICTURE THAT SET YOU THINKING PATHE-S OTHER GOOD ONES SPECIAL ENCASEMENT EXTRAORDINARY, FO R ONE WEEK ONLY VERONICA MAYES AND FRED SOULE InctrutneMalliU, Vocalliti, Talkert, Dancers, wilt present their Spanlah Muatcal THE GAY SERENADERS 5000 Feet Mctien PUturtt and Vaudeville ai uwal: Adults 15o: Children Skerman Theatre TO-NIGHT Special Dally Matinees at 2.3O p.m. TWO 7 f. m. 9 N1QHTLY MR. B. CHADWICK Chltf for Al- bcrtl, "Qw Vtitt" It wlttmit doirbt the finest Film to dite In Province." 25 and SO QUO VADIS PICTURES TRULY MARVELLOUS Films ;Shown at Sherman This Week .Worthy of Highest Praise .in. All its Magnificence in Time of Nero Qoft VadU- i.s liuly a marvellous ji reduction. Tfcs aoticos of over-rated its- wcelfctKt in (hft mio- utf si The" Sherman theatre that 1bey art pwpareiJ to tfieir re- putation on mtritc of tbic stel- lar moTtDg pietart even so (he HtVftW coincide to this re- and is io afalte its repu- tation prodiic- rd for Vst .Kme night. Those vhn.lMrW Ifea play rd nad read the Quo Va- riis, found jtbti'.miicii of tfce" story lott but not so ic the moving-. picture production of Qco while much Q[ iht stotr is lost upon aiiRe even mutii sr.crc gained -in ,1tis mosl raarvcl- inhibition of anirrvabrd pictures. Tt is tfct.wark of the. Cines-Klefae and tkfcy claim for Us ex-, H by picture story fol- tfee'Voofc'ia gCMralr but il is far sad realistic, ot Italy and many-of rewi in Rome are said to :aeu gardens' aad' palaces to enable the forgt'ous .scenes, (o be enacted as n tht days of-'Ceasar's omnipotence One can writ imagine that' without tfce generous aid" of the Roman (hi of today the -production svoul." have a buskess imjiossib.l'tt' An immenw concourse o' the amphitheatres and thft aanquets are slagcd. wit-h a iat stuns the imagination. Ail the- emotional Roes ate'a great ttramaJs preeervcd ant the'pictucos are as thrilling as-a liv mg production. Tlitre" is a great las cinatioo ahoul ihe love- story, vhich runs through' the "various acts. -Th of VinHius for tfce Lygia romance- as of human passion and sympathy as any-romance of ti present day.-In the festival hur.ikcds of ptojilp. are seen, playc by the-pasaions hate, and anger, aR.they witness U-. carnage by which thC'Ieg endeavor to assuage Nero's thlrt Eo couric, and-pic-tutes Rome as 'blood. Kcaiisticalty the Christian words Is capable of. [arc shown inline arena before (h No Koiian ilions. 'The burning of .is. mifnifiMriM Ins r.Teo produced i SCWB ol aue-insp.irinf; granrleur. Alt f-anil prohably nevcc 10 ftet the- Quo Vadis pictvre's All.the were staged Used Sap Darkea Hair rr.ide mlxtUrt 4 TM and Sulphur tc brina The Same Old Story AT THE BIJOU THE LION HUNTERS A sensational hunting picture, actually showing the shoot- ing of lions in ah African jungle, was voted YET YOUR LAST CHANCE TO-NIGHT' LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE. TO SAY the production is one whic should not be missed'. Matinees aic each day at 2.30: -Two distinct IKtlorniances .7 p. m'. anil 9 p.m. sharp. _ The Popular Allen.Players Coming The most popular organization of In the west, Miss Vcrna. Felloa and ihe Allen Players, .including the Jloyal Hungarian Quartet will open (liclr engagement at Ihe Majestic on Monday evening, November 17, when Ihey vrill present'tone'of the most oe- ighlful comedies'' ever .included in their repertoire. "Green by A. E. The repertoire ol the Allen Players this ifi pretentious, and will aftord a week of rare enter- Uinir.enL Included, are the sensa- lional comedy-drama "The Spend- a. Klein drama "Tee Gamb- the great comedy success -'Get Rich Quick the power- ful English play. 'ttlie'Dawn ana the'farcical comedy "N'obody's .For a. matinee a spectacular production of the beauli- fill', fairy tale will .de- light young and old alike. frieds of the Allen Players are always.Interested In the the this year, lefldes .MIES Felton, and Mrs. Allen, .Mich old friends as Irving Kennedy, fliron Eagan. Cbarle.-, Connors and Ar- Itau? Kenck; while new meinljcrs1 are Lillian Tiscbcr MUs Kthyl lie Farland and Mr. Norman. Feusier.' U'itli FO popular a company pre- senting such a thoro-ighly satisfactory play as "Green tbere is no doubt that a record crowd willibe in attendance to make the opening of the engagement an auspicious one ff if T The Juvenile Boslonians Ail Lethbiidec soon will be hum f r.iing anrTwhistling "The ii Your for this irresistibly -eu cbantinB melody, with many others i' in the score of "Princess which omes-to tte Majestic for two dsyj, otnmeticing-.Koveraber 10- It has of- ea been sild'.tiat Julian Edwards must have, been inspired when he wrote the r'muElc for this splendid comic, opera; becjiuse !n all ihe prat ist there uot one number that fills short poitllve hit. Some known are Is.a pountlful are Ke .to Love, so "Tbe Foolieh Lover- 'Love and here "wil be.the same, as'origirially produced ii the New' York, with lhat includes very great iar- o'rites of former Eeasons, Thorn Hellen, .'I'VtBj" Mitchell, Dairy Jenry, Irjile White arid Billy O'N'cill Seals' are now on sale at Kenay Allen's Drue-Book store. "What Happened to Mary" "What Happened to deK ed by.Us author, >lr. Owen an old-fashioned lovs pro- duced lisl the Pulton The atre and scored a triumph, also at th Majesllc Theatre in-Boston, and wa proriounced by press and public as a play worthy (o ha' classed" wilh claasj.ce of-p'Jre.wholesome dramas "The Old Down and "Shore Acres." The cljiractevs in "Wliut Happenet drn( r.orn. kjiown M "ft'yeth'e fiage >od Hair thvc aroidlny s lot of mute. wltpy, tray, hair Ii act. ftlnftil, we all to leialn oar joulkfol Hurl By darken- ing your wlih Safe ind Sulphur, no one CKn lull, It dOM It to nalur- erealy. You Juil dMr.p- en a or loft bmtk with tt drtw thli.throuiti ycur oae imall I'tlae; br rcomitit al' grny halri iitre.dlMppnrtrl. anil, inetner uppllctiiori or ir.-o hecoraM. hesutlf it'.v dart, loft J. O. Hittnliotham t Co. Mil. "teens Novetnlkr tth, In aid of the Widow ef the Lite Cernellgi Rusitll, to be h.ld on Q AM V V O IN THE S. O. E. HAUL AT 1.15 p.m. S lawyer, who hae an un- frtucate love affalr'.TfitB an unscrjpu. us -woman, and-ha tatjinei ererr Oman la bid. There is. a. iTice. rha he- i.rici oils hiff son, as rlcll fathers.usually An old captain, with a wood- leg, Is for Mary'e edu- Uoo, and bar to see itr." With these characters Mr. Daris ritlen one-of Uie nost refreshing id Bireetest produced In tne twenty years. There is nothing the "hlgb brow" ah oat "What Hap- jened to out it teaches beau- ful moral, and In the midst ot i' white slave" plays nor in lines like a radiant itar in its cleui- neEi of. pnTpofie and iincluouK hiiraor. are now on sale at Kenny t Al- n's storei if alt Chance to.See the Lien Hunteri th. Bijou Tonight "A rr.oif remaitahle Such u. the s'luree audience lal wKcine-I "The Lion Hunters" at lie liijnu last night. Actually photo raphed In the junglec of Africa; llona eally shot .and Mlled by daring hunt- rs jigtit before tie eye o! the cim ra, this picture Ii wonderfully, liml- and tensfttion.aJ. The thU production ehould no e overlooked, as it.Is douhly Inter LE on this account. Wednei ay and Ttmrsdaya powerful drama as been secured. ''Tha.Nibnist's Ven iii' two, reela. A' Hun lory of gripping strength and heart nterest this production ranhs hJgb ven at the Bijou, the home of the est in photo-plays. Splendid Programme at the Empress Another large and appreciative audl- ncc at the impress last night, again estified to the excellence of Ihe many terns in Ihe programme. "Through ,Iauv-. is a heart appealing Irama thai called forth many espres- ions of (ho acting f'of the >est. and the slasins approjiriate. The lory of the runaway.lorers, of the- he eaved father being tofd in a forceful nd intense mariner, Is a picture well worth seeing. Palhe's Weekly, as. always it Ibo case wilh! these jnterestinj and In: Iructive films, waa astin greally en- oyed. Tho comedy of a "Lucky Jiij-up" is one of screams we bafe had or quite a while. The "mix-up" of (he two ladles is of the most energetic de- scripllon, as their torn clothing and dishevelled amply testify, when they have finished their enchtjige of civilities. s llUle ;comeay by Veronica Mayes nnd fted Soiile, "The Gay Ser- waa also very well received and called forth much applause. On Wciincsdiy aid Thursday there will bo a complcts change o( pro- gramme, Iho chief Items in Ics" heing two splerdfi dramat. "The featuring Mary Gehron and RoberlThornby, and "A Woman In the a Blogrash Him. Messrs. Miiyes and -Sonic will also change thsir acl. Feature for Commencing lortorrbw, tor two days only, photo-fans have an oppor- tunll; of seeing al SlarlanJ whu prtrtwbly the best photo-draraa ever shown In Western Cacnrla, namely "Petils of tho This exlraor- dlnnry taken from the cele- brated rrer.cli .novel of the name. Is to bfe seen In (our full reels may he cUiwd as one at Ihe lend ing featured ever 'shown at SUrfand owned and co.nttolled by th one of ths fuwiy films erer produc- Keorrtooe Co: As a fpecial ed by the well linffwn-arirt popular treat to Lethbridge photo the management has de- cHed to otter hig programrae at the rsgular price ot admission, rit, 16 centa, children 10 ctnt'j. GUILTY OF CAVItlNO DEATH OF WEALTHY LANDOWNER Monarch Theatre Grand Drawing Wed. Nov. 5th The calami feature "The yon Hunters Your coupon U good to-night BAND SIX PI KM Madrid, Spain, Xov.1 3- A-firiig squad ol the Spanish troops at ciaim today cseculed Captain Manuel San- chez, a Spanish armr officer found, guiltv by a court martial oi the roiir- der of Don Garcii Jalon, a wealthy landowner, last May- Detachments of all the regiments pi the wH- nessed the execution. Captain "Sanchet was tried condemned for the .crime' as.a sequel to the confession of a woman, Luisa Sanchez, said his dsugMcr, who was sentenced; to iweive ini- as his accomplice. ,j Jalon was missinjj for several after had won about at the efIdence .-showed that l-.c had bcc'n-enliced lat.and murdeied there'by tte offlc- WEDNESDAY AMC SATURDAY AT.THl Cosy Roller Rink er, who with the womaa, out if body and threw it into atjtefst John O'Connor, <5, tt Xmilr township, choked to death ai supper In a Liniiwy hoteL INFORMATION BLANK t __________ 1913.' Hefald CuBpaifn Department Phone P.O. B6x 545, UtMrridgt, Atta. OFFICE JH .ACADIA BLOCK I ant interested in Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you. send me a few supplies and further information'. ;