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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 5.1913 THE LETHBRIDOE DATLY HERALD Page 3 TO-NIGHT Also a Keystone TO-NIGHT Your chance to see a real live feature PERILS OF THE PAST" Four full reels of suspense TO-NIGHT Also a Keystone TO-NIGHT What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows "What Happened to Mary11 One oi' the ir.ost interesting of btayu offeringG comes to the ilujeslic on Nor, S, wueu Anne Hradley will aew b Owen Davis' rural comedy "What to -Mary." The play IB a 'rfratcalizatlou of the ivorM famous stories of t'uat name that havo been running in n Tvell 'known periodical for eomc Mr. Davis In writirjK "What Hap- pened to Mary" embodied In H a re- markable combination or humor and heart interest In the senee that the plar a lesson in human bip- r.ess it nay be ciasied wllh tho no called problem dramas, and yet this effect is to a grcai extent In UiQ-DaUirmlDMs that pemdes the action. men and women in the play are of the every day type, and Ihe incidents In the course of the action are happenings tliat occur of- ten {n real life. In praiee oC Owen author, it may be said that ho has built a play in which tlie In terwt IB sustained throughout. The firft act Is uaysusHy strong and pow- erful. Mr. Davis has crowded into a (ev linessgrfit der.! of thought and philosophy which mingle delightfully In the theatre- goer to become acquainted Yt'itb the Mies Acne Biadlcy who plays.Mary attracts by.her Temirfcably sweet and girlish Interpretation o' the character ehe The whose career IB so well knoivn. Is young and ?SRB grace, and bearing to 'win her faTor. She is supported by etcellfnt company" of .well known lilayers. x- SeaU now on Bale at Keuuy ant Allin's.'Drua-Book store. "What Happened To Mary" A CARLOAD One Night Only, Saturday, Nov. and Tuesday, Nov. 10-11 B. E. Lang presents that charming and talented company The Juvenile Bostonians in "PRINCESS CHIC" ELECTRICAL EFFECTS ADAPTED FROM THE LADIES' WORLD FAMOUS "MARY" STORIES A PLAY FULL OF THE JOY OF LIVING cents to 52.00 25 cenU to Seats Now Selling at Kenny Allin'c Drug-Book Store fiew Bill at'SUrtand .Grime. iQ-aome.phase.or.other. IB ihe drama lie tf eaten t. .most of the Grid's greatest stories and plays. If j crirae'ia committed1 or si a1 in pic-. lures or on the stage with ihe aim of discouraging llke'tiings it may bavoa worat influence, besides' tlie temporary "power U'eJefcTEes in grip- Vlijs ptiV's, interest. '.Crime and crim- inals lie .Uie stuptadous four-reel at- traction which Is being offered at Siariantf for two -days only, commenc- ing- tonight, It la .n. rare study of character, a, mAalernlece in dramatic 'composition that the speclator for the i irae being Into a surge of con real to the has; teen decided to show this great pro- gramme tonight at the regular of admission, viz. adults, ID cents; 10 cents, Bijou ._., U is ever the desire of the manage- ment of the Bijou to give their patron? Ihe latest and test, something entirely different from the1 'ordinary run of photo-play. Such Is the mid-week pro- gramme. Tho leading subject, "The Nihilist's In two reels by the Victor Co., IB a. play of great strength. Dealing' as .It does, Russian life in the lilgiier circles, H vividly portrays the. plots and counter ptots that honeycomb-Kussfan society. The story. is of .abforblng interest from bsginnJnR to end. The. plot. Is and well .worked out; Uie various parts aro by capable actore'and actreeses; .This feature can; be safely recommended to our patrons.._ In connection .with the above at traction a; real, laughable' -comedy, wll bo sbown, "Matrimony's Speed Limit.' This Is really a good If you are feeling blue, yo'J should -not" fail to'see It." Good popular. We baye a com- ing "on Friday "Zu'hon, the Social -A number of good 'eatures along this-, lino bare been The last word in Motion Picture Excellence BIJOU We do not show our pictures are bright and steady To-day and To-morrow "The Nihilist Vengeance" A tale of conspiracies Friday and Saturday "Zukon, The Social Pirate" A stupendous detective story in three parU and' leaves with sadness. In" -him ins an" eritlife, convinced-that right is rlgfll-'for right's pake. The'physical qualities .of PaaL" could iiot he improved upon. As au extra to this great master- piers IB aUo being shown on the same r-rogramme Dreams Coaie one of the funniest funny films. erier. "acted .by the celebrated KtyEloae Co. As a-special shown, but this best 'bpbc the Entire Change of Programme at the "Today" there is a'n jentire.change'ul programme at the. popular Empress. both .in .Ihe.pJctures'anfl. the novelty act of.Messrs. Slayea and.Soule. HAOV' is-a.spirited Crania, full of' with a great spectacu- lar motor race. Edwin' one-time racing driter on "the Pacific Coast, Is now a. cbnt'raclpr engaged In building an aqueduct is short of money wages, and as a last resource enters "motor race; and Is only saved from defeat bj the'courage of pluctaly acts, as mechanician In place of. the.rascally fallow, who, for the sake of a bribe, fnteiuled to pul the auto out of "A Woman in the: Ultimate'1 tells of how a bard stepfather compelled a girl to act as a dupe in bis. gambling she, .at i crucial .saves both herseil and hor lover. Patiie'3 so eagerly loohed for by. our patrons, will b'f ooTi "Curing good comedy drama, wherelu the hus- band own tombstone, KiiiRht pi Cyclone Onlch" showsi how a'timid sheriff redeems, bin great style. a real'gopd" iag comedy. Messrs. Mayes and Soule.viJL .pre- sent their Hebrew comedy sketch of fuu, ralrlh: and Ifiujhter, "The Lady "and the which is a real good one. Coming on Vriday and wonderful two-reel .drama ot Indu trial life, Green Stockings Speaking of the1 presentation-, "Green Stockings" by Miss 'Felton and the Allen Players in Victoria the Victoria Colonist speaks as follows' "The Atlon Players have prob'ablj never given a better production, no .Miss Felton a more brilliant perform that wJitch now occupies sweetheart In Somaliland; acd sequel 'turr.s tho wall flower Quality THE EMPRESS Pleasure "THE RACE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PICTURE FULL OF GOOD THINGS THAT KEEP YOU ALIVE PATHE'S WEEKLY OTHER. GOOD ONES MAYKS AND SOTJLE IN A NEW Ark) OntGI.NAL HEBREW COMEDY SKETCH THE LADY AXDTHE WAIi En UAUOHTER, MIRTH, JOKES Coming "The Struggle" be boirdii Victoria Sreen.Stockings1-'TS the well feuowTi IrainatiC: of A. U. ilason, vhp has made_Uio old co'Jutrj" custom vhici demand's 'that an elder sister wear-green BtotklhgB at the wedding1 of a1 Biste'r the' themo of a rery interesting' and'amusing 'play. Delia Faraday, who has had twice to green stocking has come ;p "be'looked upon as "'an old maid. EV'ced with Ihe "prospKot ot having to wear tie insignia of "wall-Bowered womanhood at another slster'a wed- of being alternately pitied and neglected, snc Invents an 'engagement' between herself and a lythjcal Immediate' ly shp becomes an object of: intorest to her relatives and friends, riio un- til" then" hail'never discovered her end charm. Tho ex- quisite comedy of her lionized poet' tlon Is complicated by the arriral of a real Colonel Smith; who has re- ceived a letter sent to her Imaginary the into orange blossoms. "Staged wilh rare taste and artist ry, and acted with a corresponding cleverness 'and 'savoir the Brnt night's production proved highly In lerestlng to a crowded-audience." The local cngagement'of the Allen Players bo opened Monday even ing, Nov. 17th with "Green and the success attained by '.he production In Victoria will doubtless be duplicate.! upon that occasion. Seats on sale at Kenny am Allin's Dru'g-Boofc store. High Class Vaudeville at The Sher man Commencing Monday, Nov. 10 The opening bill at this popula playhouse promises to be a banna one 'In, every respect. a the acts win convince evors'one of the -performance "The Seven Parisian Violets" are re- fined musical .entertainers .and bav bocn Recorded a wonderful receptfo 'irherevei- they have appeared. Th Doyle- Bros, are termed tha world most expert Jusglera, and their wor TONIGHT -IS MONARCH THEATRE GRAND DRAWING AND A GREAT FEATURE i Actually Showing the Shooting: of Lions; SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS 5 DoLlilng short of marvellous, "Ro- mino" Is a phenomenal vocalist, hla endttiOD of various numbers In a rlpte voice being masterly. bandied. fr Sam Rowley is' through- ut Uie American as the ittlo man with (he big voice, acJ tn s comedian holds tho audience Im- mediately he appears. Four reels of tic tures, complete a n eveni ng'fi en- ertainment Uiat Is to all ovrrs of high diSE amusoiiiont. Mnt- nees will be given daily at 2.30 r Two distinct performances nightly at and '9 p.m. Mallnro prices 15c. iventne; children 25c, alults JSc. The Juvenile Boitonians "Princess.ChKV in which the fam- ous. J.uyenile JJostonian Com' will begin an engagement ol two nights-on-Mon. Nov. g-at the _esttc Theatre, is tho present day New York hit that successively Brought Inlo stellar fame Maude LI I iian Berri, Marguer lie Sylva and Christie MacDonald. It is rogftrded as one o[ the assuredly i great successes of the decade, a light opera sparkling with crisp comedy, replete pritii enchanting musical num- bers and pretentious'ir> rich coslumea and FCtntc Investiture. In -fact the ,re announcement that the Juven- iles are to present the piece Is guar- antee of their high standard of abil- ity as no manager ever would dare to attempt such a sumptuous produc- tion without a caal of highest talent. The most welcome, announcement IP tnade by the management that all of-the best-loved young stars of tho company that now Is making 16th annual tour Into the west will bo pre- sented In this engagement. Thorn, Hcllen, who had planned to accept an offer from a Xcw. York'company, at the last moment decided In favor of the company that her envied tamo, And be seen In tho sanw rolo. "Billy" O'Neill, Ina Mit- chell, Dfxte White and Henry also are still In iKe company being cast ID the other principal ptrts of the product Ion. Seats now on sale at .Kenny i AlHn'i itort. Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT PhoTo DRAMA SENSATION OrTHEWoRL B Special Daily Matinees at 2.3O pun, TWO DISTINCT PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY 7 P. M. AND 9 P, M. PROMPT MR. R. B. CHADWICK Chfef Cfcnior for Al- berta, "Quo Vadis" Ts without doubt the finest Film Censored to date in the Province." 25 cents and 50 LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION In aid of the Widow of the Late Cornelius Russell, to Tomorrow, Thursday '9 IN THE S. O. E. HALL AT 8.15 p.m. IK ADDITION TO TUB FAMOUS Excelsior Male Voice Choir (Conductor T. the following nell-knon'n laities and gentlemen iiavc consented to assist: CISSIE SIMM, O. YOUNG, Mr. H. COOPER, Mr. G. FLEMING, Mr. F. WADDINQTON, Mr. L. ASQUITH, Mr. J. T. PETTS and Mr, D. H. ELTON, LL.B.' FRANK WADDINGTON Selections from Grand Opera on the Celebrated Victrola kindly loaned by Messrs. Mason and lUsch. RESERVED SEATS 75c and Me. ADMISSION 250. Seals can now' be booked at Mason Risch I'iano- Store INFORMATION BLANK 1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbridge, A Ho. OFFICE IN.ABAOIA'BLOCK am interested in tht Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad 'to have you send me a few supplies and further inforrnatioh ;