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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 7, 191S TJIT. LETHBRTDGR DAILY HERALD Page 3 What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows "What Happened" lo Mary" Because a man has had an unfor- t'jnile love affair with an "Jnscrupu- mis v.'omac, should he become a wo- nau hater and piacc all wimjfn in the i.i'iip class, not to Le srusted. in Happened to Mary'" the jrliphtful pastoral contfJy drama, UTlttrn by Owen Davis, and r-1 with enormous success at tfcc Fulton theatre. York City, and 1 She theatre In Koatoa last irasoD, (be question has n prominent place. There is a legitimate reason lor ihis import act problem LU "What Happened to and a mote fin- al answer.. Vthy is it, that some pco- ptr, notwithstanding crery effort Ihty maVe to conciliate, in- variably make their companions and MI pi overs tliern. VThile olh- trst although priill and stern, com- mand respect and ate instinctively [rusted This is another ol the many tourhrs 61 every day luri'tnings we fird in this cTevrr play. Tfir and characters in "What Happened lo -Vary" arc IHc-likc and "up to the 'i'hcre is Mary, i wail, brought up in an oyster ship- ping village, but with an innate rc- nr.emenl of purpose atd character. An old retired, oae-legRCd ica cap- fain. proves to be Mary's friend and who has helped to educate her, sn that siic- can earn her ov.'n liveli- hood, An old miserly aunt and drimfctn uncle, together with the rountrr swain, whom uncle n'ishes Marr to marry. A firm oE lawyers, MIC unscrupulous and the- other hon- young scapegrace and a V'eeper of a questionable rich wo- man and a poor Rirl, with many minor characters. They atc all h-Jinan jind thej" live- "and breathe. From these characters Mr. Davis Ins writ- ten one of the sweetest, cleanest and simplest plays] one which teaches a jrcat moral. The production is for one night only, Xov. 8tli, anrl ts commended to patrons'as one (if the. best scenic "productions of Ihe j Mason...Scats now on sale al Keiiuy i A Ilia's Urug and BooJc store, tf tht Bijou One of tie film, sensations of ibe year .will tonight ana tomorrow be fhown at the Dtjou: "ZuJioii, the So- cial The production. IB a atory ol unusual interest, par- ticularly as his canning ts directed to.vard ovil ends. -Those come to him for advice; and cheats and robs. -The story of rpBe of "iBJfahb ot thrilHny Rr.d Jnteneo interest. ._ >_ As popular AnlmaUd BEST COMEDY DRAMA SINCE SHORE ACRES 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" "What Happened To Mary" A CARLOAD OF SCENERY AND EUSCTRICAL EFFECTS ADAPTED FROM THE LADIES' WORLD FAMOUS "MARY" STORIES A PLAY FULL OF THE JOY OF LIVING cents to 25 cents to Seats Now Selling at Kenny AUinVDrug-Book Store SHERMAN THEATRE Mr. Geo. Kleine Pretehtt for the Last Two QuoVadis? The sensation of the whole world Two Distinct Performances Nightly 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. cent spectacular, dramatic. wherein every actor is 'a- master oti siago craft -is to oiEss Uie most re- markable pholodr.ama tUc tn-eoUetti conltiry has prodiiceU. arc respactfullj- reminded. arc tiisiinet perlornianccs, 7 and 5 p.m. prompt. The Popular-Juvenile .The Juvenile Bosipnians Operj Co-, :omlng lo. the JIaJeaLic on Sloudayf "November making its tenth annual tour; completing -a de- cailc of -successful tbeatricflt history rare! V equal leO Founded i n the hc- s as a group. :ol clever- c) actors, it has become piie of -the best equipped 'light opera Jrom the standpoint of spleriflid voiced u'd clever" acting now on toUV.-- The cbu- -Weekly will be n, Including manj- ft vent s of importance and interest. Remeaiber. this SVeefely but days old, and-Is without questlou-the Legt the city. As immensely popular subject will bp, Bho'sn'on the 19tU and 20tb, "Rob- Inaon' __ Everyone .hss read book, and no doubt every ono drilsht the picture. 'Quo Vjdit' for the Lait Time Tonigh) Tonight citizens have Ibfl lasVbppbrtubity'of aeeing Tihat la undoubtedly, Ihe crowning triumph of lihoto-play drama. Although tr.RrrellouE plclunw hare been exhibit- ed at-the aJl this week, yet the pubHc are so Infatuated fvith thcj wonderful piodiJcHon' that large itcts' aro altendtny cwry perform- ircc. To raiga seeing this magnifi- musical siwh to a.prouuc- t'Jt It hag cluns to Ihe one rule that only girl's th'their members of the masculine sex, wh'at ever lie eli'gible 'for' a place '.y''m" Seats are now'on.-sale at Kenny.. AUln's store.. Great Wetk-Erid Programme Empress at -the .There is "a great programme proyld cd-at'tlic Kmpresfi-for Uie wecfc-enfi pleasure of Ihelr paErons. "Tbt Strug a wonderful" production by the Kalem Co..'is-a- drama oC-laborf lold IB a forceful manner. Old Sweet Song." is clianning produced by Hie grea Kdison Co., beautiful and .pic- SALTS CANNOT HARM KIDNEYS IAYS SACK ACHE IS SIGN YOU HAVE BEEN EATING TOO MUCH MEAT yoiir.kldnej'fi and your prjMcd-tp-Jfta'd j-pur ifonmch-with lot of dnigs-tltat excite the kidneys snd irritate (ho entire urinary, tract. Keep your k s 'clean HVe you keep bowels clc.1nl by flushing them rlttt a ralW, Tinrmles? salts which re- moves the body's 'nrlnoLis waste and itimuTittes Ibwn lo thoir normal ac- llvlly. The function of the XWneye Is to Miter the blood. Jn 21 iio'jra they tirain.frora it 500-jralns of acM BO we CRTI ".readily uodcM tlie ImiKnUnce of beeping the klifoeys active. Tots of can't drink loo mucb; aUo get frotfl any pharm- iclFt about four ounces of take ft tabteapoonfiil in glass of iralw before breakfast each moriifng for a few days ami jour hfdnoys wit jict fine." salts IA made from the acIO of grapes and lemon Infce, combined wtlb IHhia, and used for generations to clean nm iliniulalo clogged ttldneyx; to neutralize the Adds in urine H no longer i% ft source of IrrltAllon, Ilius bladder weaknepp. Jad Salts is fnexitCiislve; cannol in hire; mukes'a delightful efforvesceri ;tlhfs.-waler drink "which ovcryom should take now and then to kee) their cMn acllvo. Tr> fllao heel' up Hie ilrlnkini iod no dotlbt you .will wonder became of yojir kidney (rouble >ackJicTie. ,1, li. Co. iis nature bas been seen on a' Ijiclh- ridge stage! In the London ivesi- ud theatres it is quite common, and crvcs to white away the time of those ho arrive cirty until the lalo-dtacrs re finally.sealcd. The'namo tbeaulh- r has given this. litUe piece exactly effnes whnt- it and fs no eccentric actor and comedy actress "are 'supposed to be hearBifjg" 'a' ceniedielfa concerning e adventures of a charming yo Iiing-who sols off alone on n raJl Lrlp from London to Kdinfiurgh. There s no railway carriage scene: tJiere re no no a c-Uafrs, The d ae co represent a railway carriage Kxagseration would ruin Its'arlUtry; -atUagr would kill it. But )rough brings to bear the .mature af of" Ihe eyfieriericed 'comedfan; '.'anc iTiss Esme, surely one of the "nibs and petite Boated cnnes on the atJgey.-n jave been designed nature for the role. She depicts the the-fas ciuatlng helplessness, of "'Ihc.-prolty i'oung thing, wiin a grace that-ti'as a' ways audiences from the out set, and held Ihcin till the end. -.Mr lirougli. who plays the dual roles of.i wuy porter and a progrepsiyi young re an. wbo finds himself l.andet In a railway carriage1 with a-'yoim and fascinating" damsel .for .a.'loni any in Jil clement; H is he who sets the' face the tuo take this playlet "at" spued which is. terrific. That: speed and (heir art, simply carry the spec tators along to the happy, conclusion. Seats may noyv le "b 'phone or Oaumont's'Wesklj-' will'also be pro cclcd, showing a variety ot Import ant events that will be greatly "ap- "Councillor Bobby." a splendid Vi' .graph comedy, featuririg Paul Kelle> ells how Hobby helps Ills sister on if a love tangle In a mqsi amusln; vay, while "Texas a gran' 'athe play, adds further .to the tun. yenmica iMayea. and Fred Sonic Tho bare catabHsbed themselves n prime favoriUs, will 'present a ne' act "The Troubles of. Jliitey Pixley This is a Dutch comedy sketch; Iba will surely raise.smllca. Pollard't Juvenliek A hearty greeting awaits the Po ard'B Australian '.hivtniles, whc they open at Iho -Majestic on We ncsday, November 12. The Impres- sion left after their' last visils is too good to h'e. forgotten. When we say "grown tip1' company can give tetter representations that the young- filers, ive do not exaggerate In the leairt, and judging from the rcr.Oils, the company Is .better now than ever, Pollard. Qiiecny Wil- liams, Tiddic McNamar.t. Wtlllo I'oi- Inrd, Uslle Donaghy Nellie JIc- Xam'ara. The company will'be scon al Its best in their l.ail SMCt'SB "The bast n comic opera by Harry 3. Smith, composer of ar.d "The Gicaha." if A Treat In Store lor Lovers of English Stjige Art In attraction at .tho Majcsllc Theatre on Friday and Saturday. No 1-1 and Kv w'o arc' pi-omlsed something out of llic ortilnary. This something ciirfaln-ralscr< with 'which Mr. Through a.nd his company will open" thoir jicrfofrnance in Lelhhrldfo. This little 'piece baa ocen termed by its author, Trank Stayton. a "comedy and CONSERVATIVE MAJORITY IN PEE Rrampton, Out., Nov. majp Uy for-.l. R. FaHis, the over his oppontnt. A. aU in the Peel byo-election for ,lii legislature, was Mft. Twel v c f owe r votes were polte tban at the f revions election. Sherman Theatre One Night Only Saturday, Nov. 8th "The Forbidden Way" A Modern Melodrama Full of Sensational Element. Matinee at 2 p.m. Mon. Tues. and Wed. What Everyone Has Waited For 4 Acts High Class Vaudeville and 4 Reels Motion Pictures Matinee Each Day at 2.30 p.m. Price 15c. Evening, Two Distinct Performances, 7 and 9 p.m. Adults 35c, Cdildren 25c. BAND MONDAY WEDNESDAY -AND SATURDAY .AT. THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS DEPARTMENT-OF EDUCATION IS TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE SCHOOLS' pntillerl "l.ove In a Hallway With the Juvenile Bostoriians af iht This will foe the Majeslle, and Tuectfay'next Kcim.onloa, atcorciiincp with an amendment' of that part o the School Grants Ordinance deals with the administration grants to school libraries, the lion J. K. Hoyle has ilcviscrt a much im proved, method of-slocking school li braries, which will prove, ol great bcr.tfil-lo'lric schools in the province hot more, particularly .to tlic ruta schools. (Iranls earned' by 'school tor library purposes -havc.liUhcrt paid (o each school liirecl. the limits prescribed by th tlepartracnt, and each school made it own purchase of book's. Certain were attach cil to (his method, o! purchase. .Trus ICPS .experienced- difiiculty -in obtaii ing books rcxjuircd, and in many eas c-s it was four.d thai itiffrior edition had bcTi supplied. I'nder the proposed by the minister of cduca ,tionr the dcpir'tineril will i j stock a good supply of hooks listo 'in Ihe catalogue, obtain inp specially low terms' upon1 (Juan lilifs. The. books will ttien be slip plieil In school districts at acliia cosl, thus materially increasing It actual purchasing power of evwy'Jo lar of tl-.c.lihiary grant. In addltio (lifficiiKic.s with customs wijl to en tirely eliminated, and Mhool di be .assured that they always the hest editions of all quisite The school library branch of the' department has been the care of a experienced asking for lull information concerning the! present state of Ih6 library; of each' school, .th'e. 'number, nafiorialU-y and grade of proficieney of the. chilrfrcn, anil ofher informa- tion'calculated Hie branrh to .a of the po- in each school. .Today; and Tomorrow THE SOCIAL PIRATE A Sensational Expose of the Machinations of a Villianous Detective A 'PLOT Of POWER And. PURPOSE In Three Reels ANIMATED WEEKLY Quality THE EMPRESS Comfort Friday and Saturday. "THE STRUGGLE A WONDERFULLY GRIPPING LABOR DRAMA TWO REELS GAUMONT'S WEEKLY AND OTHER GOOD ONES P.IAYcS AND SOU LG A NEW DUTCH .TABLOID COMEDY SKETCH "THE TROUBLES' OF MIXEY PIXLEY" QUIPS AND QUIZZES FOR QUIZZICAL QUIZZERS old dlc.ol whooping cough btcauw of lack of proper care and enTlronment. 1'ersooB wishing to aid in the new send contrluullona to the treasurer, fsaac X. Setlgraari, 103 Park avenue. COMMISSIONER REE3 BETTER. Toronto. Xor, bulletin announces that the health of Commis- sioner Flees of Uie Salvation Array Continues (o show-glgas of Improve- menu HELEN C. JUILL1ARD FLOATING HOSPITAL TO BE USED AS CAMP FOR SUFFEREBS, i New York, N'ov. ba the first really fight to be vaged