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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 11, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LAST NIGHT Manificent- Heel S "The Bondsman" Inspiring Uranin of Love and Intrigue LlllCSt Weekly Keystone Fatty's Day Off Keystone Giants n. Athletics he Most Wonderful Battle ever Fought on it Diamond MAJESTIC Page 3 MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Nights Starting Wednesday, Nov. 12 1 SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT AN EXCELLENT BILL Seven Parsian Violets A BEAUTIFUL ENSEMBLE OF GIRLS IN MUSIC AND .....-SONG Boyle Bros. COMEDY EXPERT JUGGLERS Sam Rowley THE .'MAN 'THE HVS- ..ITERIOUS WHISTLE Roraine TRIPLE VOICED SIHGING 'PHENOMENON 4'-'REELS HIGH CLASS A ..MOTION PICTURES H MATINEE DAILY AT p.m. TWO.DISTINCT PERFORMANCES, 7 and 9 p.m. CHILDREN ADULTS 25c 35C. Bery ,S. Owet lo'nppcarnl (ho .Bijou Tlionlrc all this vcc.k in pupulnr and classic iiils of tlio.season. WINNIPEG PAYING DEBTS London. Nov. clly of ilpOK has-Arranged the repayment o i considerable Hr.e of term Mturins Xovembtr 17. Western AiiRlraHa ha? uinlerwrittc cent. 3toc Tonight B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE Juvenile Bostonians -IN My Tango Seats'25c to THE World .Series Base Ball Games Fought Again STARLAND. Secures bawl in moving pictures. Starting- tomorrow for two days only the public o' Leth- brldgo v.ill bare their Ily'of witnessing what was with- out exception the most wonder- ful tattle ever Tonpht'on a hair'diamonrl; Thte jjrent spec- ial faithfully .stiows as no other ''similar picture'has the terrible Btni'gs'e" which was fought be- ,tweca the Giants and the Atli- lelfcs fop fne World's Pennant. Wednesday ''The Last Waltz" Thursday "The Mikado" Scats now selling at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store to 25c BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE.-'TO SAY "Ready Mgney" Coming almost direct from Its ex- traordinary engagements fn .Vow York and Boston, "Hearty Hie com- edy of. lore, romance ami thrills, bo presented for an engagement fit (tie Majestic Theatre, Friday and Sat- urday, 21 22, under Uic" man- agement of William 'A. rirariy, I .Id. The Idea of the comedy Is original and charming and romantic In- tcre-H, Quite apart from the sordid mbnftjr interest that might be ert by the, title of (he comedy. Tho honest and earnest efforts of the young man lo get money, And get ft quick, so Hint (le.mtgM win ho lures are ahbtvri in a "comedy Ihfck with Jiirprlflingly funny--. nor a.iil witty saying about. the pow- The Pollard Opera Co "Canada, like Australia, hns many "thousands of dollars in'advm--1 tlalnp, but for'in Any years past'this countrv has been very- widely adjer- liaed, lurtlcutarly In her sister coun- try. Australia.- free of cost In a way a number of people do-not snfd Mr. Norman tftur jEer of the Pollard Opcrra Co., today.' "Kvtry two years for the past slx- J'teen years, the company-I aui with have started out-on a world's tour, vldting p.nd touring Canada from to roast. Xoiv, as It has always been the rnstorii of tho managemenl I !o enconmge tho young folks to diarieg and notes on their tiavelg, and to collect views of DveTjlhlng df Inter pRt they.see, and as thoy are ?o pop- ular nnd are treated FO .well all over this country, it can readily be under- stood what a great source of favorable advertising these young, people are. KnCh lime (lie company returns to i nallvo land, they are greeted- at the depote nt Sydney and-Melbourne by enormous trowdg of loving rctativea aurt affectionate friends and Interest. strangers, all oagtr and anxious to hear o[ llie young travofs. I can remember years before L.had vis itcd tills .country myself, hearing for er of i.iouey.'and 'ili'e .of Is ,il lime? -OiUbrallEng: RpalR may now bo reserved by telc- [ihono or rnaU. lime from some lard MrMiea of the Reversible .Falls at SI. John, of the remarkable 'tide MonctQy. and and interest ing things about t country." The Folia id Co. will _at the Majestic- Theatre ilfly and Thursday 'liexfin Harry H. Smith's latest success "The 1-aa't and Gilbert and Sullivan's ever popular masterpiece, '-The ML -StJrland In addition to the. world's baseball series, which faltbfully shows the terribTe -strugjelea' between, the Gianfs and Athletics for the world's pennant, photo-fans will' also Me on tbe same programme tomorrow the stupendous two-reel feature, entitled "The Green a gripping story of ro- mance and Jealousy. The following U a abort synopsis of this great produc- tion: The wife's sister is In love with a private. The Colotiol tries to slop tbe attachment, and, bis actions are misconstrued by his wife from whom he conceals her. stater's. love affair, The young" couple anfl'tnc Col- onel pursues them with a squad, and Is attached by JndF.ins. Vaudeville at the Sherman As a variation In the programme o; moving pictures, tbe introduction of vaudeville Is a'plensing change. 'This was the experience al tbe Sherman Theatre.. last' night.: .The 13oyie Bros. gave a brilliant exposition of Juggling wooden hoops arid Indian clubs, and their feats ealled for. commenda- tion. Tho sejilolle of Vio- lets" furnished a medley of song'nnd music, ami the clarfonet solo -of one of Ihc group de-serves pralao. Romine, the triple-voiced -.singer, possesses a This Week's THE EMPRESS Features THE SKELETON" IN THE CLOSET AWAKENING OF A FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -ALKALI IKE'S IN TWO REELS Monday and Tuesday PATHE'S All Confidtntlly Recommended. GAUMONT'S; Friday Sat. MAYES ANO SOULE POSITIVELY LAST WEEK IJIOXD'AY AND TUESDAY-HOCKEY'S MISTAKE. 'WEDNESDAY AND VIOLIN ACT. FRIDAY ETHIOPIAN RHAPSODY show wa slon, worlh.tbo price "of. Excellent Programme at.the Empress All doubts a3 loathe.cjrcolle'nce and tiopularlty ol tlie enteYtalnineiUg pro- ddcd.al the popiilar Empress'were sot aC rest by the great erithiieiasm by tho large audience as- sembled last .riEght yeronlca To-day BIJOU THEATRE Today Great single reel all feature program 11 Mental Suicide the Actor A Powerful Rox Drama A Touching Story of tlio "Romeo in Pyjamas" Hopes of Belinda A UurlCfitjuo Comedy Berg S. Owen, "Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold." nnd Krcd Sonlc's sketch ot "Tho Jockey's created much laughter-and amusement, and these artists have established as prime, "The Skeleton in the Closet'' Is a splendid two-reel drama In tlie tiest western tpirit, -full of Incident, gooif and a ftnn plot, hit in .tliis fine pffty" caliing for re. cognition. :r "A Jockey (or Love" Is a grand rac- ing comedy drania, tho efforls of Mas his .weight, anil.tils. Tiding, being excellently depicted, and ttie racd Itself very realistic. On thl; same reel Is a very, beautiful colored film ol. Iloiicn, one ol tho ancient cities of remarkable for the magnificence of its old-world arcW- tecttire; whilst nothing better or more Interesting than the great -ratne's Weekly could be desired. Coming tomorrow: A, thought-inspir- ing drama Awakening, of a a speciai production which should bo seen bs everybody. Money" cornea with a record of eight montlis In N'en- York, eight rnonilis in 'London, four In Chicago and'three months In and Is played by a large company'.or- ganlzed wUh .Mr. lirady'3 well Imdwtr care and-dlserimjoatlon." ;