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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIJBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE To-morrow Night Kirke La Shelle and Julian Edwards original opera comique PRINCisCHIC "It the musical comedy jungle at a ihaft of tun- WiUoD in The'Sari Francisco Examiner to. Robin Y. Journal B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE EAkOUS "JUVENILE EVERYTHING NEW THIS SEASON LAST TIME Stageiand's Newest Novelty My Tango Maid Introducing Broadway's Latest Twinkling Dances and Tinkling Melodies LETHBR1DGE THEATRES THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY "VREfcDY MOENY" William A. announces the- triumph of two countries, "Ready James Montgomery's crmedy or love, risk arid thrills, also touches on the financial end of our every-day lives as connect- ed wlih the affairs of the heart, wilt receive Its presentation In this city 051 Friday and Saturday, Novem- ber 5l and 22.. "Heady Money" IB described j ct-midy in acts. The scene is ID .the room of Sum Welchi tffi of a New York millionaire. It ,s Ksis' Year's; Ere. Stephen. Baird. owner "of a Skyrocket mine, Is pennl less anfl Is forced lo decline to Join In' New Year festivities. James Morgan, from whom ho has borrowed money, is .going-; to, foreclose on the when Jackson man of lu'e worid, Induces young Baird to ac- cept a loan of. in counterfeit jnoti ey. Wbe n. JDJ have money, ynu to spend It; you need only to saye sight of such-a pile of mo'ney brings all of Batrd'K friends clamoring for shares la the mine, and. the curtain falls with the tells ringing' In the New- Year. .In the second act, -Xi Year's bay. Baiftl has taken In so much for.sbaret mine, that he beoonaei: frightened and ,endeavors to return all the checks to his friends The of. allr the money In jHppiewloo, them confident that the mice -prodivcttYe'aiid-they refuse to accepl .anything His aMOClatipn with ITes brings 'down- upon .his apartments the'chief of' 'United States Secret Service bureau and-a oqrpa-qf'aaBUtantB.'who tnsU tute ai Jnvwtlfatioh, which .ultimate- ly la ride young: Baird and ;hts. fnsnd Jres-ln-'ft'cetl in.. the Tombs, .when they spend "the.night' The develop- ment point, concfrnipc tbe manner in whjtii the Secret Service men arc outwitted and: 'how .the- young man finally straightened out-his affairs and: hi: .combine quite the. raw entertaining comedy .sHualio'ng w-hici have lately been, seen on the stage Eight months In is'eiy York, eigh months.- in Ixindon, four- months in Chicago and In Bostoi IB bul.a-brlet record of tha comedy' run in the larger cities. It will be notable and a- ooUble'jiroductlo: and theatregoers of'this clly have'a (reat in Etore for them. i. t- 'Keystone'Girl11 Mabel ihe.charmin_ leading lady ofj the Keystone 'Film Co-, is considered one of hcautirul, as as capable artists o the screen. Before; her-present con aeotlon with .the Keystpne Co., Normand' .was well and farorabl Vnown aR a clever performer, bot the Vitagraph and.later, with th Biogfaph Co. Her work with these tw crganhatloos conslderabl attention praise, aod'-.when -th Keystone Film Co. was Mb Kormand was taken over, togcthe with Mack Sennetf, FVed Mace, an Ford Sterling. This.famous compan of made an caviaolo repu- tation for themselves while with the Biograph Co., arid the Film Co. h lo bc'complimcnled'on -thtlr business-acumen In securing- ibese prominent" players, MiEi N'ortnand Is to be seen to great advantage in feature Keystone comedy, "Fatty's Day at Star- land Theatre tonight, Tonight at.trie snerman ror "past the manage- of this house of amusement has endeavoring, lo secure for IjCth- ridge ciiiiens high class vatidevillo nd motEon pictures at popular 'bnlgbt wltl be presented the.opening in, and from tho talent so- ured, the new "policy should fia'd fa- th all lovers o[ refiaed, amuee- Matinees will he given dally al i 15'cents. and two also utcly distinct perforniancefi" nightly t-7 and" 5 p.m. The bill win changed completely londays and Triuredays of each week, nd the patronage of the -.ibllc ia reajjectfully solicited to en- ure tho Buccess of the new enterprise, he mauagement wish to" Impress very trongly the fact th'at the enie'ri'aln- ment provided be the very best ibtainable.. and iovUes criticism on he judgment eierdsed Iq making an effort to-illl tbe toue.of a'mmeinent n the city to a standard that will be appreciated by all classes of Bijou Theatre The offering at, the popular Bijou onight fs-aomething 'eilra" the. Firing in two pnrts. .The.feature Js exciting and fuH-bf-hair-raining esca- pades from start', to finish, and. iu ad- dition contains a clftver fuliy.worked out. A picture you will enjoy is '.'On the s the-home of 'the :and fe'atureSj the' man age merit secured for. Noveiriber 19 "'and" 2fl 'Robinson- Thle production met "with instant approrql exhibited, and has been secured at. conaidcrable" exira expense.; Notwithstanding; popular prices'.wiil prevail, Juvenile Boston la nt The Juvenile Botstoniarjs, the won derfutly talented musical comedy 'which will jiresenl "Princess at .the Majestic to- nlght, are coming a treli over the frozen tundras of the world famous Klondike, and Tanana. gold fields in Yukon Territory and Alaska reapectlvely Canada's and Uncle Sam'! rich possessions in the Far North. The'tour was a'unique, experience for the members of'th'e con.ij.iany, as well as a nevcr-lo-be-forgotten inci dent in the- annals'of" the fpr-awa> raining canips they visited. Nrone o the company had th( been-given the oppor tunlty (o witness mining. Im agine the. joy of the young ladles when, at the first "clean-up" they sa-w. the generous njlners s'electei from shining heaps pi jreHow-treasure Tiuggeta of pure and distribute! them as .keepsakes." The trip, om that involved more Uian five Uiousani miles of travel by. ocean-going sLeam ships and river boats, was undertaken more as a vacation 'Journey than any thing else, but it proved to be one o the most profitable, ventures in th nine-year history or the company. I was the EErsl tlroc-a big musical con' pany, playinJ; new syiccesses ever'had entered'the North, and- it the whole country by storm. Never were artfslR greeted with niorb'overwhelm. Ing or apprecffttlve -applause. Tho muaic- And show-hungrr simply could not'get enough, and extra per- formances had lo'b'u given at every stopping iilace.' Thg blll'for be'Kirk La Shelle and Julian Kdwards' Xew York success "The PrinccRR Chic-.1: The offering for tbtnorron'night will bn RroattwAjf'j TMeat "ninstcal uon whirli 1? fifd to-be one of the most dellghf'rii] ol SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT: i AN EXCELLENT Seven Parsiab Violets A BEAUTIFUL ENSEMBLE OF GiRLS !N MUSIC AND SONG, Boyle Bros. V COMEDY EXPERT JUGGLERS Sam Rowley THE MAN WITH THE HYS- TERIOUS WHISTLE Romine .TRIPLE VOICED SINGING REELS'HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES MATINEE DAILY AT p.m. TWO DISTINCT PERFORMANCES, 7 9 p.m. CHILDREN ADULTS; 35c. MAJESTIC THEATRE AUSTRALIAN JUVENILE OPERA COMPANY The Last Chance Of Seeing The Popular Pollards Before Their Return To Australia Nov. 12 B. Smith's. Lafesi Success LAST WALTZ" A genuine evening's en- iertainmenk Quebec Chronicle The Pollards certainly do give a REAL show. Toronto Globe Novw 13 Gilbert Sullivan's Masterpiece "THE MIKADO" TEDDY McNAMARA in the Comedy Role.. this season's musical comedy success- es, the ploT around tiib present tango craze, and gives ample opportunity tbe introduction of a great number of up-to-the-minut song hits and terjisichorean effects Xo expense lias been spared in moiuit Ing this production, and tbo costumes and scenic equipment are said on a par with-any seen here this season The title song, "My Tnngo tnnchil mcTofly of which nins througl the entire score; is claimed by-nian; to be' a legitimate- SUCCCSPOT 'to th famous "Every Little 0 "Madame- fame, v "The.Last Waltz" at tht Wednesday 'The Last with which ,th 1'ollard.Australian Opera "op- en tbclr two night's engagement at Ihe Majestic-Theatre on "Wednesday. November 12j-is on c, famoug success, "The American which ran'two- years at th'e-ix5iition Gaiety. 'An Irish three daughters whom he wishcil to have married, is in financial ilifficuEtlVs, and even Invaded bjr-tmtliffa, as weH ns_numcrous credttors whom he Is try- ing to Itcep trt good humor.until a nail- llonnlre appears on tho'scene, whom he entertains in Ihp hope of making Ji match -vrlth one of-his dfiughtera'. Ow- ing to the majory financial alrafta hfs servants havn fllntj jrml H_IR young- est daughter, becomes the household domcatlc to save the Tamlly The millionaire falls in loro with refuses Till ad- vances, doba.'nbt wish trate making a-briliiant Seats on Sale at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store. Prices to 25c. match. In the meantime two hailiffs have, taken possession of the major's House, but Phillig manages'to-beguile the bailiffs, and even succeeds'In get- ting them lei-wear and act tho part of servanla.'to-keep nrices'. A rival comes en the scene and uses every effort to'wln the rich but eventually Philiig becomes his, bride, and all ends well. Teddy" McXamafa has some funny Bong numbers in "Jibe tears rolled down hia and while his specialty dancing with Miss Pattte Hill In the duet, "The Last" is quite- out of the .dinary. tSeats arc ROW on sale at Kenny fi. ;Allin'a store.' A ff Splendid Feature at the Empreu The grand two-reel Kalcm feature "Tho .Skeleton In Ibc which la the hcadliner at this comfortable 'houae'fs.a.very'fine example of the best In photo-plays.--The plot of. the splendidly worked, the many trials of Kilty, Iho daughter of the" vilHanous rancher, who Is In-league with the ciUtfo ruatlers'Is fiiJl" of t ruc western aIroosphere, and the manner'in which she is persecuted by Maaon, a member of.the iiie great Indian tight .in Uie.Blg: Horn Canyon, and .how her troubles are ended, by the faithfulo'ess of Dan, hci nnsBCceasfut suitor, 13'told ID a eerie a of picturea that hold you-in suaneVse This EMPRESS MONDAY and SKELETON IN THE CLOSET WEDNESDAY t AWAKENING OF A CREELS FRIDAY AND A.LK ALT IKE'S Monday and Tuesday PATHE'S All Confident! ly. Recommended. GAUMONT'S Friday. A WAVES AND SOULE POSITIVELY LAST AMD MISTAKE. WEDNESDAY AN'D NOVELTY, VIOLIN ACT. FRIDAY AND RASTUS, ETHIOPIAN RHAPSODY To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day two-reel teniational battle ftory "ON THE FIRING LINE Thriljing Exciting Original November 19 and 20, ROBINSON CRUSOE-See it from the opcnfng to tho end. H Js a picture, tho management hive every confidence fa" The house of Palhe is 'represented In this rrogratnmo by (heir great WeeMy. which ever'popular, and also In a grand racing picture, full.of excitement enlllled "A Jockey foi and a. remarliably'beautKu) colv ored film, r'opreaenling Old Rouen, one of the oldest cities In France, which la a .veritable (east for tho eye. TONIGHT The All Star Keystone Fun Makers; In a Special TONIGHT Abo--The Bonds- nuui. Two Reels h> The Of The Keystone Series See The Fire At JSea ;