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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. November 115, LETnBKrnGE DAILY Page 3 Two_Nights Commeno 1 AiL MAJESTIC THEATRE Special Engagement of England's Foremost Light Comedian LAWRENCE BROUG In the Famous Farcical Comedy Sir Burnand And all Star English Company including OLGA ESME "The Lady of Ostend" Preceded by the Comedy Rehearsal "Love in a Railway Station" Special Matinee Saturday at p.m. Prices to 50c Matinee to 25c Book your seats now at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT Friday-Saturday Walter Reynolds Co. In I lie. "Mysterious Visitor'; Gilmour LaTour Classy Comedy Couple in 'Sense and Nonsense-1 LETHBR1DGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY THE DAWN OF A TOMORROW- UK season. The cast and production Te faUuTe bill of Ilia Allen play- rencriolro thla season Is a dram- tion of IhRt inspiring rtory fcy IKvancw Hodc-soh HurncU, "The .of. a .Tomorrow." The role of l" in -this utoy ivas created to Eiini'ly ihc demand, for at-. ciualntatice with the little tlilW-woui- i an so many. grew to love in "Merely .Mary_Ann.' "_Mary Ann" _ _ ttrwnlieil the spirit of the green fields will ijc a or.e, organized vrlth Mr. lirady's well known care and dis- i-rlmlnatlon. Seals can now be oh- talncrt at Kenny Alllti's Drtig-Dooic Bijou Theatre A program of extraordinary merit last night presented at tbe pop- ular Bijou, and wilt again be repealed tonight. "For the Man She I (vitli her sweet faiiri, "Glad" is a pro-! in two parls by Hie Eclair.Co., is ilsu-t of tlial -phase- of modern civilly-jnf tlie finest dramas shown in ihc "city for some time, and shows in a Reno-Begar Troupe Novelty Aurobalic I Wlrisls Allehe'Vaughn (iirl jMatincc Dally 2.3ft- Price: Children i Two Dislinct Por- foniiancc.s Xig-luly 7 p.m. aiul it [i.iti. IVlce-s; Children 2-5c Adults most deh'ghtfnl manner the true spirit of a nobie woman. alion wherein, life becomes a grim struggle wilh unseen, hostile forces. She i3 "an impudent young she-devil. scarlet hair and rags flying." But The Hi Elish..... there lies in her the exactly for Weekly is also of great interest, and Infinite- faith whereby beauty iEJwas greatly appreciated liyjhe audi- nvolvod from a. darkness and great Animated ness from oblivion.. There cornea Tvithiu her sphere a .millionaire, -beggared'of his t.'heallh and spirit, intent upon self-destruc- tion.. Though her heart is torn wilh anxiety the reckless voutig tnief she .loves, "GJad" gathers 'up .the hrokon threads of this man's life, fast- ens 'tbo'n .to of true Christian sympathyr'and fires his spir- it with Die determination to live and do good for othore. -Jleauwhile; she wor'rts out her a swift, unerring grasp, .of ihe Truth that leaves one breathless with won- der.. like a slonn'in mid-sum- weirdness .of the thunder, tbe terror and cruelty of the light- ning flashes, the pure coolbeFs.of-the 'rain and the golden flood of sunlight pictured in her moods. "The Oawti. of a ence. A splendid drama hack- woods and a laughable comedy com- plete the phoia-play end of the bill. Mr. Owens inc-t witli approv- al, and will Mng nga'fi tonight "That's how 1 reed'Thee." Don'i foisct Crusoe" ai the Uijou and Thurs- day. This is a guaranteed attraction. "The Awakening "of at the Empress Every picture in today's programme at the Empress is-wel! worth seeing, and where are" of such a high stan-- dard of excellence, it Is difficult .to give preference to. any. The two-reel feature "The Awakening of a JIan" is a ereat play, full of deep interest that compels the spectator to sit "up and .take .notice, the effect of the tislons of the bravery of his ancestors on. the comiucl of Richard be-. ing" perfectly natural and lofilcal. It MAJESTIC Veronica Mayea and Fred Soule g; .wo excellent turns, that called for much iaugbteivand applause. Coming on: Friday and Saturday, one of tlie inoal'intrth provoking two- col coiuedles'ever filmed "Alkali Ike's great play, one that mikes 'us realise j Is n great picture, well thouglil.ouS the elevating influence of the drama.1 Manager, Alien takes pleasure in. an- nouncing tbe appearance, of Miss Ver- na Pel ton and tlio 'Allen Players, in this ylay at the Majestic riuring the neek of BAND PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT_ THE Cosy Roller Rink "READY MONEY" Theatregoers of this city will treat In store for them when the Xew. York and comedy tri- Tur.jiti "Ready nr.fler the innnngernent of William A. Brady, comes -ro the Friday Saturday, Noveinher '2Slh and The sterling honesty of Stephen Bsird. (ho. hero of the romance of "Heady.Money" is sorely tried during Ihc of this play. lie is In love vltli a cimming young womnn ivhose" mother frowns on their marriage bR' cause of the pennileay condilion ol BaSrd. nut. Me miiEt get money in pome nmnner, or he irmy lose chance lo marry the girl he lores, A counterfeiter loans him some "unreal money and out of this'situation are liioupht many thrilling scenes until, In the end, Baird becomes the pos- sessor of some real moneyf Tliis play Is snifl lo be the funniest of acted and staged. Mother's Oath'1- is drama of a too slum mothers manner of treat- ing her daughter that'brings Us Vimiplinirnt! ;md another capital drama is "I-ove's Old Sweet rather love story very Well toluV The comedy "That College Life." ran ouiy bo described as another graph triumph. Tho fun is in Hie best taste. Urn joke of stealing tho clothes, aud the way gels his own back, is only cnualled by what's coming to him when he returns from his Joy trip. NOTICE PROSPECTIVE FARMERS, MARKET GARDENERS, OR CITY INVESTORS ITHVb fur ealc at a Snaii, (he following: IMPLEMENTS of till) 3 llcr box and britkCR. gocd as i .M.issoy-llarrlR Itltidcr, only xitod to cut fl few acres. I .lolifi Uecrc I'low no in.) Sliihblo sncl llrcatter. I John Dccrc -l-sett llnrrow. I I. II. C. I6-IG Disc 1.20'Sinsln 'Disc. PROPERTY Two lots on 17th StrMt; North LcUibriilRo. gootl .sliatk, Iwn bflrooins, kitchen and larsq lanlrj'. alEO nice -nt'sv slablc on proptiriy. nice Quarter Seclion. snb-fUvUlcrt, all Inigalcil, 10 sere plolr close to clly. can sell cheap, on tcrins'. In tlfstrEol for market poultry, etc.. at price. See mo for good terms, on tjnlck Eftle. One spvcn roomed on lllfi St. Sonlli. tulb rnodcni, nnd Flower Good W. A. BLENNER HASSETt ADDRESS 12M 5th Avc. Soylh. "PHONE II06 TO-NIGHT Giants vs. Athletics .V faithful 'portrayal o! Ihc moat Tvonderful lialtlc ever on a Olaniond. KAY-BEE The Green Shadow An unusual two carl drama o! early days on tho plains. A Eflory full of action find human fnlercaL AMERICAN She Will Never Know A beautiful story of love und sacrifice. THANHOUScK Waiting For Hubby OR "Where Hubby When the Lights Went Out" One continuous roar of laughter Tpnight THE FAMOUS Pollard Opera Co. 'IN The Mikado PRICES: to 25c, Seats on sale Kenny Atlin's Dnjg'-Sook Store The Vaudeville at the Sherman" A remark passed by cue of tlie lead- ng citizens of- the city after sec-ing ;he performance at- this house of To-day BIJOU THEATRE Today "For the Man She Loved" A WOMAN'S SELF-SACRIFICE AND HEROISM FOR THE -MAN OF HER CHOICE POWERFULLY PORTRAYED IN TWO REELS. Gaumont's British Animated Weekly Two Other Good Onei Mr. Benj. S. Owen, Popular Baritone Tomorrow-" The Death Knell" This Week's THE EMPRESS Features TlfE SKELETON IN THE CLOSET .WEDNESDAY THURSDAY IHC A l t x- IN TWO t A AlAAr--- -..REELS -FRJDAY AND SATURDAY -ALKALI IKE'S GAL- 1N TWO HEELS Monday and Tuesday PATHE'S All Recomtneno'cd, GAUHONT'S Friday 4. Sal. MAYES AND SOULE POSITIVELY LAST WEEK 1 MONDAY AND MISTAKE. WEDNESDAY AND VIOLIN ACT. FRIDAY AND ETHIOPIAN RHAPSODY amusement is a criterion by wfaich the standard 6E entertainment presented lally should be Judged. He says; performance Is the best ever seen in the city, and when the price ta considered (he patronage accorded should Ve of the very beet." For the week-end a stellar program been arranged, and it SB ID be hop; ed that capacity houses will greet' the- arttBlea, as the management have g'ono to enormous expense to. satisfy the wants of the public in securing high class vaudeville at popular pric- es. Let hbri d ge can well a f ford to support a good 'vaudeville house, and it la to be hoped the row, venture will meet. with the support it deserves. Matinees are given daily at 2.30 child ien ten adults ID cents. Two ''distinct performances nightly at 7 and 9 p.m.; children 25 cents, adults S5 cents. A full two- hours' enter! einment of the. very best Hi. motion pictures and high-class vaudeville. Lawrence B rough at the Majestic on Friday and Saturday Sir Krar.cis Burnnnd's farcical com- edy "The Lady of Is.saSd to be ;mtten in "that genial humorist's uspplest vein, not only from tbc petal of vie v "of dialogue, in v.-bich tbe late editor of Punch Is EO farnoys, but also as regards its wealth of amusing situa- tions. From start to finish "The Lady of Ofilend" is Ttpuled to bo a gro- tesquely amusing piece, after the style of "The Private Secretary" and "Charley's weld ed together In a way as to compel the laughter of its audience. The perEonage-from whom tbo jiiocc lakes its title, is not, as might have been expected, the big. Kest rolo In tbc story i her victim is really the head front- Of the com- edy. Jlo ie a young man of impres- sionable lemrcraroent, and (he lady, tvho has been commissioned by an en- terprising cinematograph proprietor, to secure funny subjects- for films lastly makes him her prey. At tho lid g I an watering'placo she plays tier part go well that he Is unwittingly cap- lured by IJio cpmera, -and la turned into a moving picture subject, In efr cumatances (hat prove only" loo.con-j cluslvely that he Is In a holiday mood, and hot averse to participating more or less' in the galoCie? cot to say frivolities, of the place. The- subse- rfueni accidental .view, of the moving picture, as seen by his leads to situations of merrJmont for fho.audl- once, 'and1 of b re fcsrrajs merit to tbo husband-subject The past supporting Mr. Brough comes direct from. KS gland. .and 's made up of clever artistes. Migg Wi Jecdtes lady; The prodvc- tioa will be sccn-at lor two nights, and a special Saturday inalinee. i Seats are now on sate at Kenny Al lip's Drug-Book store, Giants vs. Athletics One of the lest plioloplay pro- sraramcs ever offered at Starland ]s being tontebt for the laet time. the principal features on the big bill is the faithful production of the World's series of 1913. Tbis is a remarkable picture, and shoivs what was. without exception, the most fit- ter and hard-fought hattle ever staged on a diamond. All tbc principal plays and happenings during' the series are o be seen in. ono thousand feel of fine photography. In addition to this pecial is also to be seen "The Green an unusual two-part drama of early days on Ihc 'plains. Another [em irorlhy of-spcfial mention is the American production "She l never telling a beautiful Etory of love and" sacrifice. The comedy side'of tonlght'B pro grammo is well supported by the Thanbo-.iser Co., in "Waiting for Hubby: or. Where Was Hubby When the Lights Went This 'is one the best of the Thaubouser comed- ies, being oae continuous roar of laughter, CROCKETT FOR THE BENCH Ottawa, Ont, Nov. Bruniwick will likely be the icene of a Federal bye-election during the winter, H is under- stood that Mr. 0. S. Crockett, of York, will be appointed to -the Supreme of New Bruiuwlck shortly after Parliament meeti. HARRY LAUDER MAKES NEW RECORD Glasgow Will Pay Hfm J5.625 for One Week's Performance. London, Nov. 7.---Harry -Lauder en- tered Into an engagement with the management of the Glasgow Pavilion, today to make bis first appearance after trie "world tour, which ho Is "now conducting ends. He will draw the unprecedented salary of (or one week's per- formance. Daily Express commenting on tho enpafrement sees the possibility of .ever Increasing salaries .for pop- ular entertainers, thus making {ho running- of entertainments, a> commer- cial Impossibility. Brpckville citizens have petitioned for a local opt.ion bylaw. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Final Court of Revision on Voters List The inidcr-inontiont'd iipplicanis lo be placed on the Voters List are hereby notified lliul (lie final OourL of Revision on tho Voters List will be held ill the Council Chamber on Friday ,thc 14th day of, Nov-r ember, 1913, lit 2 o'clock Alexander, Jolin Allen; Thomas Bllson, W. J. Hatois Byrom, Man' Cos man, Henry Hone, B, W. Hone, A. B. Hall. Charles Hall, H.iser, St. llnll, Mrs. llaoiter, Herbert liandict, 11. .Tarvls. Kmest Uvie, C. A. Morrisy, James John McDonald, Donald McCurdy. Jllaj M. Newton, John It. C. Poiacko, Steve Tecadale.' Thomas Tallon. John T. .Tflllon, John Willeta, James Hancock, J. JIulHn, J. W. Mclxillan, Oeo. Hoaa, Charles Taylor, It. W.. Sha'rman, Charlotte McDonald, Mrs. Sarah Wheeler, Wallace Votingi Malcolm Uroirn, Thomas Slarke, deo. John Delbrldgc, K. J. Graot, C. Miss Biytuner, R. T. In consequence of (he aliovc applicants not giving ticulars or reasons for the Council to discern their .qualifications- uc- cording to Llie Charter, it is necessary that they appear'in person or by .agent, .QEO. W. ROBINSON, 'Olork.of the Court, ;