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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 8 'v THE LETlimttDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, November 8, 1913 MAJESTIC THEATRE--Mon. and 10-11 B. E. Lang Presents that Charming and Talented Company The Juvenile Bostonians in PRICES: Seats Now Selling at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store BEST COMEDY DRAMA SINCE SHORE ACRES iestic "What Happened To Mary" MAJESTIC ADAPTED FROM THE LADIES' WORLD FAMOUS "MARY" STORIES A PLAY- FULL OF THE JOY OF LIVING cents to 52.CO THE SOCIAL PIRATE Animated Weekly A Screaming .Italy's Wonderful Comedy Cavalry I EVERY REEL A FEATURE it Quality THE EMPRESS GRHjPIN GAUMONt'S WEEKLY AND'OTHER-GOOD ONES-' MAYtb. AND: ..A NEW DUT.CH TABLQ1D.COMEDY SKETCH XTHE TROUBLESVOF.MIXEY RlXVEY" QUIPS AND QUIZZES FOR QUIZZICAL QUIZZERS SKELETON IN THE CLOSET Sherman Theatre THE IDEAL HOME OF HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE AND .PHOTO PLAY MOD., Tues., Wed.---NdvrlO, Ill 7 PARISIAN VIOLETS 7 ENSEMBLE OF GIRLS IN MUSIC AND SONG Boyle Bros. COMEDV; EXPERT JUGOLERS Sam Rowley THE MAN WITH THE MYSTERIOUS WHISTLE Romine TRIPLE VOICED SINGING PHENOMENON Keels of Class.Motion Pidm'cs 'Matiucc Daily sit 2.30 I5c Evcniiig 2 Distinct Pcrforinancos, 7, CHILDREN 25c.: ER80NALLY UARANTEED TO BE ADULTS 35c. OF J.EAL MERIT 1AVSTRA Ul AN J U VE NI U'G' OPERA COMPANY _______ The Last Chance Of Seeing The Popular Pollards Before Their Return To Australia Success-.' t AST WAI T7" 1 VV 1 LJL The Pollards certainly do give a REAL show. Toronto Globe ..A en- tertainment. Qiieb'cc Chronicle -it Thurs. Nov. 13 Gilbert Sullivan's Masterpiece "THE MIKADO" TEDDY McNAMARA in The Comedy Roles Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store. Prices to 25c. I LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT :-THP PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY TEDDY MeNAMARA At Koto In "The the Ma Jestlc on November 12 Fergus and Klota carried' bylaws, Hroposinj; Ui .spend respectively, and Herbert .Sh-innon, asred Tam- worlh, Ont-, shot, .an'l liiuibcll ivliilc out hunting. Kineslon has vofcd to Rua boMs fjf the Kingston. and Tube Co, David ('-.imUiland, njcil 13, r, Iron he Mr.' England's .Foremost Coming to Majestic .Francis" Burajind's fares com- in-, which' Brqugh ic.Been Rat- Nov. 14 and f'. described. Jxmdon press as with coniedy and with, an element o! humor' that makes.even ynic an'd lie jierpclnal smile, and even lapse into broad, grin stage." This well be believed of such a recognized humorist as the former "i'unch." "The I-adjr of Qstend" orislrm'ly firoduccd at Terry's theatre, London has proved a capital vehicle for Mr Irough, and has further established hat well arlisl as a corned adding to hla'former laurels "n6! only In the Hr'Ah raelropoHs bd also in tho English provinces. Mr lirough has bro'jght In his siippor what bs ilcscribea as the best com it has ever been-h'a good fof tune to gather around him. Mlfi Olpa Kane comes as hlrf'lcadlng lady, and if we are to believe all the nice Ulirigs taW about'-.ber by the''press of eastern 6ho Is one of the daintiest little leading ladies -that have a farce comeily In a long time. Soals may bo reserved .by phone or mail. ir >i V The Juvenile Bosfonlans At the-- Majestic "Princess which comes to 'Hie Majestic Theatre, unquestionably in In the front rank of the great Am Opera Co. is bringing the piece here n. a production modeled as closely after tho original lines as the samo men who groomed It for Us memor- able New York-first night could dl- rert. A notable and entirely ade- quate castjncludlng twenty-five girls largest company the Juvenile Bostonians ever has provided, iirlnclpal roles having jeen assigned to such well Known favorites of musical comedy at Thom llelien, Dlxfe While, "I'aUy" Henry, Ina Mitchell. "Daisy" Henry and Billy Thotn, Henry will be seen h.cre In the great role of "The Prin cess ono gives her glor-J ious voice and exceptional abilities fullest r'ay. sia. His colieclion of got to gether during Ids travels ara wortti a small fdrlune. He and Willie Pol- lard, .stage'director, were two of the last people to'crosa tho Modder river bridge.before It was blown up by the and rnany are the exclUng experiences which they and other members of the company bad in South Africa at that lime. Teddy McN'araara, tbe leading com- edian of the company, is a very fine swimmer and at one time held the under. _of trilia. Young Charlie .Bennett who plays the: part o! N'anki Poo In the Mikado !s the winner of no less than eighty prizes for humorous, dramatic nnil .sfeolches won In com- petition In Australia. It Is no wonder tiat one of the Toronto said "Tbo Pol- lard boyfc are 'as' Interesting off the I'ca'ri now be reserved by presented with a'hrorae meual lot saved Miss Traill, ol i Mrl. at Chcmong lUalc'tlli crican comic opera successes of the for the select decado "Princess ilcspHo a smash- ing first success that has given it the unsurpassed record of a solid year in New York and eir. months in Boston, still Is high favorite In the east, and only a few weeks ago a new produc- tion starring lion Ilcrgere. presented in San Francisco, Instantly became the rago of. that town, o.vershadowing a half dozen of the greatest present season attractions. 4 Interesting Facts About the Polljrdj II douWful if it is possible to Urn! a group of youns folfcs in the world who have travelled so far and vislt- eil so many countries as tho Pollard Australian Orcra (Jo. who appear at the Majestic Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday next, the 12th and 13th I Insl. Little Leslie Donagney, who has such a remarkable hit In the .1-ast most phono or mall. on page BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS I I CURES COUGHS COLDS Hit -'that .'would Include sutti wonderful hits aa "Dolly Varden." "I-'lorwIora" and a half TKS'Weiiiic Bostonlans part of Ihc major In "Tho has travelling, 'Beginning at tbe Kgc of six he Is now nineteen, find tic ban every country In the world with t.erbjtps Iho exception, or H INFORMATION BLANK ____1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbridge, Alto. OFFICE IN ACADIA BLOCK I'am. interested in the Herald's Cash Prize antf would be glad (o have you send me a few supplies and further information NAME..................... 'ADDRESS..... L! ;