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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Nevember fi, 1913 LETHBRIDCE DAILY ITERALP Page 3 TO-NIGHT ONLY Your chance to see a real live feature TO-NIGHT ONLY "PERILS OF THE PAST" Also a Keystone Also a Keystone TO-NIGHT ONLY Four full reels of suspense TO-NiGHT ONLY What Press Agents Have-to: Say of Their Shows Bijou .Theatre Bijou .Theatre The manaiement of. the-HIJou to- night are offeriig a splendid Russian society drama in two reels, Ni- hiliit's Vengeance." It Is bard lo un-J other, people live, and this certainly applies tbe people. Constant iu- tiigua see'aiB to dominate Russian so- ciety in all .IB-branches. Intrigue Is the keynote of this" feature, and It fs doubt fascinating In the eic- ireme. A great comedy, an iDterest- ITJS travelogue, and a drama complete Remember the extraordinary pro gramme for Friday and Saturday, j "Zuhon, the Social Pirate." A great! detective story fljled critical sit- uations, and of absorbing Interest, the feature JB to please. Make roint to see jl. 4 The Greittit of Alt Photo-Dramas "Ouo Again last ateiiiiig it was Eiratcd that the public are only loo pleaaed to attend- any attraction that lias real nierit, and although "Quo made ita third appearance at trie Saenaan.-thc.laige audience who a E aemoled were" loud in their ap pre- t-lation. ..Much has aVrwuJy been aaid regarding the marvellous beauty' of thit picture, and.tne piihiic are. strong-. i ly advised" to take the opportunity of swing this world's masterpiece oe- for.i it leiyea tbe city- Any. rord picture'falls far short of the End. icasniftcence of 1hlR wonderful' production, and It niihject that should ho" ev- eryone. It be .shown, again to- and tomorrow, wiUi tnatlnee.3 dally at 2.30 See "and enjoy Ibe greatest historical production this cen- tury has witnessed." T i: The Pcpufji'r Juvenile Ltthijridse playgoers again will have .an o'pporlnnily to enjoy one" of the most1 famoiis "Xew York musical successes ji'hen November s.'. "Princess v Cblc.'-' .the dazzlinglr bright-and tuneful ojicra. of Kirk Ld'Shellc.'and "Julian Edwards, iti a Orahd new pvodu'ctlou, made un- ib.c .sainp direc.tlon lliat. had in cbargc. the.oriskial. Ncv-" York presen- come-, to. the Majestic for an engagement of -two" nights. The piece Is-loo-wolbkhown from its long netropollUn runs to make necessar> ditallcd reference to Us cdy. plot, u'enlth of really great musical .numbers and gracefu dances. It -will bring to this cily thc celebratcil 'Juvenlte HoBlonian Opera Co., and enlarg ccE. favorites Thorn and Tuesday, Nov. 10-11 I BEST IA- CARLOAD B. E. Lang presents that charming and talented company "What JL The Juvenile Bostonians in "PRINCESS CHIC" "What Happened To Mary" A CARLOAD OF SCENERY AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS -ADAPTED FROM THE LADISS' WORLD FAMOUS "MANY" STORIES A PLAY FULL OF THE JOY OF'LIVING -J to Prieei 25 cents to Now, Selling at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store BIJOU Tonight BIJOU Tl L 1 he Nihilist Vengeance Plot and counter plot in Ruwia'i high- er circle. A most fascinating Pkoto in 2 reels. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY the Social Pirate A great detective story in 3 Inteniely Interefttinf Ifelleii. "Patsy" Hony, "BIHy" 0'- N'eili, Daisy Henry, Ina MUchell still In the caste. Seats are now on1 salc-at Kenny Allin's Drug-Ho'ok store. A Noted English Actor The management of- the .Majestic take extreme pleasure -In (he comins of Brough .and an all-star English- includ- ing Miss 01 ga Esme, in the great Lon- don success. "The Ladj- of Sir Francis Burnand (lato" editor of London The engagement is i for .two .commencing, on Friday, November. will, im- doubteiily. -be accorded a royal recep- tion.'... -r The Prettiest Scenic .Production of the Season "What-Happened; to a play from the yen of Davis, is unlike any fjiav previously offered to theatre-goers. It Is a comedy vrilli a btt; rJiiu a mean something, more than of pleasant amuscmenl.. It will-he tlie 'the Majestic on" dayt-N'ovemher 8.- Mr. Uavis has chps-. cu "for hlfi' u 'conUition 'often met modern life. It is a sub- jest 'little thought, of. and less diewies- ed today; and yet one that la close to the heart- of "every, mother and father in ths land. "The playwright it sklUnlly, but r.-ilh (he strength mid courage of z inan who Quality THE EMPRESS Comfort To-day "THE RACE" A PICTURE FULL OF GOOD THINGS THAT KEEP YOU ALIVE PATHE'S ..OTHER GOOD ONES I llliJL 1. iSOULEv. IN A NEW AND, ORIGINAL HEBREW COMEDY SKETCH t THE LADY AND THE WAITER. j FUN, LAUGHTER, MIRTH, JOKES Friday and Saturday, '-THE. a wonderful Kalem production no less than tears, joys no less than] Happened as sorrows. great good i no less Elian. shajneful wroiigs. "Davis1 play has been adroitly constructed, inasmuch as it displays a distinct comedy vtlu, with here and there deep touches seriousness, and in the end reveals a mofral most convincing.' Miss Anne be ceen in the title role, displays clever and artisUc in. Happened to -Mary" This young act- ress Ts a" ingenue who, by her super- ior has made herself the" most has .learned that life means- laughter itr Salur. finished and inte In1 gent interpreter, of 'youtliful roles on the American stage. Miss Bradley, has been surrounded with au excellent comuanyrof actors and actresses, every one of whoia has a name in theatricals. The patrons -of the: Majestic-have the assurance tf a delightful even- ing's, entertainment, .with" a'proc tlon llmt is'lh cverj" adequate to exploit, dellghlful stories of -'What Seals, are. ri.ow; ran at Kenny Drug-Book store. "r v Pollards Coming juvopiie grsaniza- tJon .staJids1 the. Pollard Juvenile Op- ra. Company, -which hasjncluded this city in the itineriry.of its fifth world tbiiV. It ;K extreinely doubtful if, ever ri.liie. .history of theatrical eu4e3.Tor d. company- of artists has made the lons-dtetance records enjoyed by these clever Australian children, the youngest1 of whom is now fifteen and .eldest ninetwn. numbers of. present company 'have tlireq1 times around the- world acd ap- peared in nearly every civilized land on', the face of the globe. Not only these youns (oiks hold tbe Ions BAND SIX PIECES distahco travelling record, they TO MARY" AT THE MAJ ESTfC, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I have each and every one made his or lier mark In tha .theatrical world as Each is a trained opera singer and dancer, with a moat eventful and happy, life to -look back upon, and a secure future to assure a bounteous Income and an old ago of reat. Tliis unique and praiseworthy company of tiny stars delight tho patrons oJ, the Majestic during an engagement oT ..two nights, Tvhlch opens on Wed- nesday, November 12, with ,a magni- ficent' presentation of "The Mikado.' 1 Scats arc now on sale'at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book store. Veronfca Mayes and Frtd Soule- at the The entertainment at the Empress, wtilch will be'repeated tonight, was most enjoyable. "'The original TCT comedy sketch, "The and the presented ty. Veronica Mayes and Fred In. ta form, was greatly appreciated by the audience, each quip and Joke be- ing Euatantly grasped, and the laugh ler and applauss at each one being loud and contlrfuous, and they arc to be coDgratulated on their success. various picture plays were o the usual high standard to be seen a this house, the chief item of TvMth !i a very, clever drama, entitled "Thi Race." 'fljla play Is full of motor racd in which tho hero Is help- ed lo victory by his pluchy sweet one of-the-most exciting ever seen in the tho scenery ond acting aro ail that could ba de- sired.. 11 goes without saying'that Paine' greAl Weekly, our standard item gave great satisfaction, wlille "A. Wo- man in the "Curbing He and Cyclone each, called for ita share o( approval, Friday and Saturday there will ho ah entire cnnnge of programme, tho headllner .in- the photo-plays being a wonderful, two-reel. apodal feature, "Tho produced, by the fa- rnoua Kalem -Co.: For other parUou- Jars-'of this star our announcement In Herald, MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPEN'S SHERMAN THEATRE Days of The sensation of the whole world All who have teen it "the moit wonderful and magnificent Photo; Drank ever wen." None should neglect witneuing a picture that will linger in the memory for ever Special Daily Matinees at 2.30 p.m. Two Distinct Performances Nightly 7 pjn. and 9 p.m. BIJOU Zukon, the Social Pirate Friday and Saturday The Allen Players in "The Spfnd- thrift" his policy of presenting only Ihc very tost attractions obtain able, Mantgir Allen will produce sev- eral of the late Droadwiy successes during the short engagement of Verna Felton atnl th6 Alkn Players af tho Ihealrc. The Allen productions have L-een conspicuous lor a. metropolitan completeness of details. This care in producing will be particularly notice- able In "The SpendthHtt." As tefits Its name, "Tho Spendthrift" demands an clearance ot BelllD? and cos- tuintng few repe-rlcfre companies care to attempt Miss takes rrcil Interest In the dresstni! of her roles, and for Frances vill nresent a delightful array o'f frlr- lloas furbelows, guaranteed to tst lh" feminine and charra the mas- culine portion of the audience. "The Spendthrift" irlll bo presented during the week of November n.with a change of play each nifhl of the LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION In aid of the Widow the Late nuMtll, to To-night IN THE 0. 2. HALL AT 1.15 p.m. IN'-ADDITION TO -fi'- Excelsior Male Voice Choir (Conductor T. the-following n-ell-known-lnJles >nd have consented to asEisl: MiM CISSIE SIMM, D. YOUNQ, Mr. K. COOPER, Mr. G. FLEMING, Mr. F. WADDINQTON, Mr. L. A8SUITH, Mr. J, T. PETTS and Mr. D. H. ELTON, LL.B. FRANK WADDINOTON from Grand' Opfrx'en the Celebnted Ylctrola kfndlf by Messrs. Maaon jiad HIscli, RESERVED SEATS 75c ani Me. ADMISSION lit, Seals can now be booked at Muon t: Klsch Piano Store Thos.'Sparfcs of North 0. wna struck by e train and killed. Bnlldfnss obscure tbo crossing. East. Middlesex Conservatives will convene on Nov 8 .to nominate a can- didato for ths leglilal'uro _; THRE9HERMAN KILLED Yorkton, Xor. Sfiller, fireman of Kslinger's ing outfit, "fell under tho wheels at the engine last Monday and died from Injuries twenly-Kye hours the out- fit was being irriovea to another farm In the' IMrtr ewt o! INFORMATION BLANK Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box Afta. OFFICE IN ACAOIA am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad. to have you', seiid me a, 'few supplies and further informdiion ADDRESS.. ;