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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-Vulay, November 11. rni? LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 JSTIC FHEATRE Tonight and Tomorrow Special Engagement of England's Foremost Light Comedian In the Famous Farcical Comedy By Sir Francis 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 (he "Mysterious Visitor" Giimour LaTour Classy Comedy Coujde in Nonsense1 Reno-Begar Troupe Xovclty. Acrobat ir Wirists Allene Vaughn Tlie-'-PiaiioIogtie Gill -Dnily 2.J50 J'ric-c: Cliildi'en 10c. 15c.' Two .Distinct Tcr- I'Di-maiif.os' 7 p.m. and p.m. Prices; Children 25o Adults LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY For the Week-End the Sherman Thp. Ml! at thlj regular house ul amusement, ivliilc not mtoting wUb the ambition aimed at hy thfl managr- jatJit (namely, to "prortisre only very lie-si the amusement world offers i yet withal is The ear troupe of novelty acrobatic wir- ists are a clover company, p.nd tailed for the apphi-.ise deserved, (lilmour La Tour have an act rightly term- "Sense a till and j hearty laughs the whole time ihey the aiase.' Mitg'Aleue Vaughn presents an att of merit, flay- ing the sextette from ''Lucia'1 witli tlie hand iu a very caj-ahle Tnan- ner. The head-liners 'cm the bill arc Reynolds Co., iit a dramiuic skfiicli. entitled "Tha-ilytiterioiiB and proves Mr. Reynolds to Ije an-nrliEtc of exceptional ability. The programme is one Ih :it is well worth the price of admission, and should be patronized by. all lovers of higti-cUiEK (Kulure programmes will be person- ally guaranteed hy the management, as It ip.theh- desire to to. the public iu such. an excellent manner tlirit the Sherman Theatre will become a household word, when the qutfry is raised, to ''The Lady of Ostend The caste siipporting Mr, Lrr-vrcncc in his Canadian toiir, when that well-known KnglisTi actor visits tliis city tonighi and tomorrow. play ing "The. Lady nf: will in clmle, Miss Esme, the dainty .Ik- e comcdlPr.ue. as I lady. Hiss F.sme a? been iu roles with Seymour Hicks, John other ituors of repute. OUirr members of the caste, all ol them direct from Eug lauj, are Alfred Hemming, of the well- known Hemming-Heaton family, who producer i'or Wilson Barrett pan tnmftncs. as weli as for G, H. Sims' fiirces. for a number of years: Mr. Hemming has played leading rotes !n day and Saturday. Nov. slid 22, with a, special matinee Saturday. beaded hy Robert Obtr auil a cast at the ir, oue of the Amorlcau plays tiat has ma tie as much city, wn on Tim' bcsi [n district for market gartletis, poultry, etc., :if prifu. SGC for On ijnl-'K salo. One BtyflTi rocimcil hoiiKc on JJlh Sontli, fully nkc lawn back rind front. Flower garden, lioail bAEemcnt W. A. BLENNER HASSETT ADDRESS 121-1 Ave. South. PHONE 1106 ,mmv of 0. K farces. "c. .ho SlusW was released Lv Mr. ad' UroLb lo r-htv Vork In itc venlurc found Ihe ciuos where pla.v- original ''Bunty .'Pulls (he Strings" cast iviio has sloce rfjoined Hiongh: Mlas I'alrLcia Hanne, and tivclvc others. Thy engagement is for two nights, hh a sjteeial matinee on Saturday. Seats' ;t ru now on sale at Kenny Alliu's Drus-Bpok store. Insure Your it Starlarid Kiarland patrons have their oppor- tunity tonight of witnessing the big- gest and hpst iirograiume ever pro at tliis poimlar tHt.Mre. To nieht'a Is one (hat wUJ i you liard right at the iutorrst erery inTmite, -make you shake wirh. laujrhtor and 'thrill eniotfon. You will actually live -the you see on the 'curtain. Each picture is better than the one before. AVheii you set the Eirst, money would not. hire you to leave before you seo the whole programme, Slnrland challenges photo fans to name one weak picture .in tonight's use tholr brains instead of their guns to bring down the game. Briefly, the story telle how a young society ccap us inverted, ali la a western (Rold) IE the hope of 'winning quick riches so that he ran many the girl of hfs choice, and of hia attempt to promote the sale of the stock so that Use mine may be succcEfifullT ou- crated. The novel Way in n-hich his friends arc made to actually fall over them to Sinrland." anyway. There's loo much fun to.en- joy-nloue. Homeniher, there are two entitled "What Father -and "Willie Minds the nogs." 'These." are [wo of the funniest funny films cvei V-y KjcyBtope. each other, in .their scramble to and. contain just cj.iough pathos., to pave you from laughing yourself .to 1 YOU will also see the big Broad- way production, "The Stolen Women.' n hEgli-cIass legitimate Ulrlllcivln two acts and sixty scenes .This, big pro-