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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November TrR LETHRRIDGE DAILY TIER ALP Page 3 Tonight Only Great Circus Drama Tonight Only TheClo Two Big Reels of Wonder Keystone Comedy The New Baby Screams of Laughter Western Comedy Drama Taminga Cowboy Novelty Picture For Two Days Only Commencing Tomorrow The Famous French Novel In Touch With Death The Gripping Play Show in 3 Acts and 75 Scenes D O 5 The Life and Adventures of on IN THREE FULL PARTS TODAY TODAY 00 EXTRA THE EMPRESS SPECIAL T7 i .TI FOUR DAYS ONLY Vcrouit'a Smile in Vaudeville ONLY WEDNESDAY AND -PIT t V 1I V CLEVER DETECTIVE THURSDAY i UK 1) STORY_____ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY____ MONDAY AND TUESDAY REELS OF GRIPPING -HUMAN INTEREST THE LILY 3 REELS; GREATEST ANIMAL- PICTURE YET 5.000 FEET OF PICTURE AND VAUDEVILLE FIFTEEN CENTS "Ready Money" William A. Brady's production of ir.es Montgomery's American coin- oT love, vomanccranJ thrills, will r.c the attraction coming ;o the Ma- j for two nights Sat- urday rnattr.ee. beginning Friday Nov. 21st. nith Robert Ober. "Ready Mon- ey" ttas one of the few-real successes of KU2. and cornea with ment; of Jong .runs Imlhe-four.latgest of 'die world, JCftr: York, London, Chicago and Bos- 'ion.' 'Tho novelty of its story, the satlve of ils lines, and (he thrills of Us ilrauia are said lu combine in this nniqijU play the ItEft qualities a dram- atist can supply for. tuniedy ami --There is a strong love story, Kisert on the proposition that no man can succeed without .the of the rishi fcind of a gErl. The weans he uses lo gel it clothe'llie play with juany thrilling Incidents. Tho King and Queen- of ERriTanf! the play twice during its months' run at Hir Charles WyndliAm's Xew Theatre In and pronounced it "tlte finest love Hory I have yet seen on Hie stage.' Seals now on sale at Kenny and 'Allin'r. Urus-ttDoMlore. The Only Musical Comedy Event the Season The international don. rrlieic our. foreign _ cousins" .en- thusiasm wst narked. Its ret.onl bespeaks a wonderful in a class by itself. and adventures-oE the time- hero arc told in a delightful vogue for "The Pink "wlit-ri manner.. The .picture closely follows you ste it ilie-reasons are aupirenL the book, the various very i_ capably handled and- as. th'j' scenes arc laid in lower. California the proper is there. .Always -wjll- go the limit to secure'the .best pictures Co. chartered -a' full U is the happ.vsi C on iu hint ion of book and. inu.sic.yet devised tertainment of the liffiit' oyri-u sort and to tills has been1 siddfld a produc- tion which for harmony is a stinkard 'Work- '.vithin its .happy The took anil.lyrics aru by C. M. S: MrLcllaii, who adapter) them from the b'reach farce, "Le'finlyre.1; by Georyes Berr and "Marcel "Guilleraand. Ivan Caryll composed j'Uie-accompanying score. In tliia ho "readier! the acm'j of" popularity -with his- tuneful and "My Benuilfui 'waltz playlet Is a one. anj as playfd by thf-st capable arils tee. it reaches the r-t rerfctilon. and rue revels Jn the rich humor fervadln? the pieced Tvfcfcb of a very re'Jieti character. Tho Mutlral Loc have a reueitplro iliat al onco api.eaU to ail lovers of rn-jsic. and do'.it I- lees receive ihe plaudits uf one. Calr.c A Odom bave a ofTer- ing entirely new and original. Their a cxaculion at the piano it a revelation. and as t-ntoitainers they are in a J by The Cohiedy Koar are a arc known ibroughoyl the con- 1 liner.t ss ihe cleverest quartette louring in Tho mnnasemcul coritrend the J-.ole bill as T.rUUant. and versatile enough to suit all and sundry. I'ationa am respectfully re- minded tiial riolhitiK hut tbo very best will bo preaentrd. as (her rely on the conimer.dalioi] of the public to in- crease patronage. V :'r- ft VauVevitie at the Empress Another bumper hojse at Ihe Km- i press''again, (estiiied its approval of! (ho excellent-programme provided for I their Veronica Mayes and! I-ted "Soule addcrl-'fiirther to re-i Viitfiticn as ''fun Mnders" in tbe very comic, sketches presented last. addc'd greatly (o the en- joyinen'.. and Ihe management con- yratuiatea liself on being able to pro- .ide a programme of 5000 feet of the jest in -moving .picture plays and vaudeville Tor: the small charge of 15 cents. A heiter instance of clear photo- graphy, splendid selting. competent j acting and cleverness of. plot can not be in that very clever detective Diamond and tbe audience was clearly aston- .isbed when the moving panel disclos- ed tho cdlprit. "The Autocrat of Flap Jack Junc- tion" is a greH'-comedy, full of good and the Cook (John Runny tliD'-'lbye pre-seiilcrt tbelr re's'jiecHVc rtltdfe-jtifter an interval of one. year the'house simply Fcreamed. anothtr excel- lent evergreen'Patbe's Weekljv completed one niost SHERMAN THEATRE Tonight, Friday and Saturday Better Than Ever Holland Dale Comedy Sketch Artists Musical Lockwoods Refined M us teal Entertainers Caine Odom "That' Different Quartette" "Song Tailoring" Orpheus Comedy 4 Singing and Piano Entertainers to add llic last touch of realism. LhBt niKiil the old, qreally this production, RiiU the maiiitscment1 I-AH "confidently to A visit which hcs served lp establish- the fame of th? piece, but in all are rightteii other r.umbcra and each is a of UE kind. ff f' Fine Program at Starland.' One of UiV: many featnrps of flu all- feahire proKiara u-bifh is to tie pern hiarland is tiie big comedy a Cowboy." A short synopsis of this rolUcJiing western is as follows: V 'ilie cmif.ciil Ur. able juriit. the rele'urnl- hoehipor, C. K. a practice" of sliaviug eacli morning, or ivear as R inallVr of birth- rie luw, "The Ptnk will be at iKciuas it the Majestic Theatre" on Saturday, Hiey ho, c: the.other ycrsuaElon. "Sovrniher 23Hi." Our of the have ID ii.forra ns who wrolcihls Jolly iiMl'- of it :i'rio the' only engagement of th'j miisicat bit of the decade in Ihi-j vTrinity. That li. will be appre- ciated i? already evidence'd by the iiii.ll orders, r -Tiifl Lftdy" comes here with fir; reputation and it Is j.JorilEcd Hint it will live up to every The jthc? a brief m tour orJginally present- ed r York nhout yenr and a and ran at the Amster- dam Theatre tbcrc for 100 performan- ces a later, was at (ho Globe Theade, Lon- is bnlli And "amusing. One of the cicicreit lilts oT the month. BUI to the Rijoii is always enjoyable1; UH nigilt it be a positive Thq cbitiedy is one of special merit loo._ Ii is a stream ironi start to fin- r and l send ihc.mpst tic home feeling that this is a funny old after Ex'.raordinary Feature at the Bijou Friday and Saturday. The Dijon, cvc-r tiie IVadcr among photoplay 'nouses of the city, is add- ing to. its triumphs by the pr'eseiira- tlqn Friday anj Saturday of tiie Ere.itest marine story ever produced, Trapped in the Death Pit." Tiie tlespciatc efforle of a roster to secure a bag of eold. the firing of a ship to serve liis ends and a diving scene at tiiu bottom of the Efa are among the many sensational features ol this production. A.' riot of exciting Incident? run through tte which pls.re it without iiucillon a feature worth wlille. enjoyable ToinorrpV, Saturday, that vroridrful gripping drania .of liie nndemrorld, "fiie Gangster.'1 "will. be. presented, and on of the most re- markable .animal productions ever filrr.cil, "The Tiger Lily" in three reels will be the top liners. LIBERALS OPPOSE MANITOBA MINISTER J____._ Selkirk..Man.. Nov. R. Dre- (iin .uas selected at.'the l.tueral rally here .today to oppcilj. Dr. Montague, mimster'of. piitlic works, in the fortii- comiDg provlncia] bye-election in Kil- donan aod St. 'Andrffft-s. A Great Week-end Bill ......_. ___________ vlsll to the I Sherman will satisfy the most cri.li- uale nhysitisr. -that'sho is cdmlne out to ranch for a rest. Ill: Jiailv j The maiiasoir.eiit are sparing no b f N fc.Dru-Co vill help your disordered stomach to any meaU, and vriil icon rftstorft.lt perfect con- dition that you'll nftver Ice4 thai you a tkKrtacli. -Take one after eich meal'" SOc. a Box.at yoiir Druggie's. Drug and.Cfieinical Co. of Canada, Unilted, ful parlncr. Mob Churchill, is Jkiit (o meet her train -F7hile Bill is wilh the outftl after so far overcomes hie baghfulnessjii a fev: as to be very much s'mHtoii the girl until be hears that her friend Dr. Uoyntou is also coming out to the torch. This pirj-ics TJob to nn extent that ho away from the tlm nnin' xirou'Ed- ed by ?.anio of ihc-rusllcrf, 'wivsn ho la brought in for treatment nnd wo-ild refused Ur. If Bho badn't Coolly iliul liim up p.nd taken charge of htm.' horse rime away anil throws her. ol Hie tlcrtly sent proves to-ha an- other p'rl v-'illi whom -Will Kotightoa FOOD fulls in love. couree, loan understands lhal.lbc partners re- cfive'njedicBl treatiucnt grAtis for the rwi of their the 'RorldriK nut of the rorrtody is tliorouphly and excceillngly well acted.Miss Miss nre nt Ihelr beat hi this port of Kd Oxen antl George He-Id.have set- dnm done nnylhmg better tban their imppraoiltitlon of the two bashful to bring to llio public of 1-otb- the very best tbc world of vnudeviile affords, at prices that should anpeM In ,ill lovers of lirsL- enterlalnincnt. K. llollaiiil and Kalhryn Dale, in eir comedy sfcclcli, tilled "'Twlxl -MFitlnee ami are of special mention. Tbc MAP SHOWING SCENE OF GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE Lafct Chaiicc io'See Robinson Crusoe at the Bijou rnnryelR of motion pliptoprAphy day and'In DO theatre ir. ilifs. IH it mrire amply tho ilijou. Iloblnson Crusoci In throo reels STOP DRINKING 1 can stop any tinio I Is a qiidiH expression, wiij don't the drinker make gon-l h'a Why lon't lie quit? When a "nan brass he can slop drinking whenever lie to lie has usually rcschetl the point tthero he cannot. He ho can- not make yuod his boast unnl'Jed.-: Ik- IB in noeil of The Xeal is A barmlcFs vcgc- table remedy that will (rnnsforhl the terrible crovings'for liquor into pos- nbhnrrf'nce for nlchol- It: in tbrcc days without tiie hypodermic If' you are drlnlilnt; you shuuM look, info, .U j'On have a.frfcnd ncCils help "we ami talk it over or write of letephono for book ftf intor.T.allon.1 -Matinees Oaiiy at 2.30 p. m. Children-10c; Adults Two Distinct Performances Nightly 7 p.m. dnd 9 p.m. Children 25c; Adults 35c. SON HIS FATHER TO SUICIDE'S GRAVE Quebec, Nov. Seymour .Bianchtt, son of the late Judge Bfahciitt, who committed suicide a ffiw onn. rlied tonight 3i th- result of a self-inflicted; re- volver shot fired into his brain at o'clock this morning. Bfanchet was 32 years" old. Me was em- ployed by the Quebec Light, Heat, and Power Co. and was secretary of the Quebec Transportation club A coroner's jury returned a ver- dict of suicitfe. His mother, one sister, and one brother survive. VV. J525 MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22 Special Matinee Saturday The Original New York Production WILLIAM A. BRADY, Ltd.. PRESENTS THE NEW YORK AND LONDON COMEDY TRIUMPH Ready By JAMES MONTGOMERY A COMEDY OF'LOVE AND ROMANCE FULL OF LAUGHS AND THRILLS WITH ROBERT OBER Big" 'A Play for all Women who are Married or Expect to Be. Queen Mary of Kugland taw Uic Play tuicc during its eight months' ron al the New Theatre and (.renounced it "the finest love story I have yet seen on the stage." 75c, J1.00, 51.50, and S2.00. 1 If IX-ljQ 50c, 75c, and Seats now on sale Kenny Allln's Drug-Book Store. "When von visit Xew ork Cttv, don't (ail to sec William A. llniiy's success "The Family Cupboard" appear- ing at the Piayhouse. Street West of Broadway......... MAJESTIC THEATRE Saturday, November 29 FISHER STEVENS INTERNATIOI4AL MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED NOW LETTERS WITH SELF AD- DRESSED AND STAMPED EN- VELOPES FORWARDED TO J. WILSON, MOB. MAJESTIC, WITH CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ENCLOSED WILL RECEIVE ATTENTION IN THE ORDER RECEIVED. NO SEATS LAID ASIDE UN- LESS PAID FOR LOWER J2.50, BALCONY .....52.50, 52, GALLERY SOc. BOOK by C. M. S. McCLELLAN MUSIC BY IVAN CARYLL The Famous Original Pink of Perfection Singing and Dancing Girls REGULAR SEAT 1 SALE MONDAY NOV. Xlh. Spokane, Wash, Nov. George IchroeJer, a convict whose baritone voice got htm out of Walla Walla penitentiary after getting 20-year sentence for forgery, armed In Spo- kane. today, and will go on Oio stage at a local vaudeville ho-jaa at a eat- ary of 5100 a wec-lc. SeJirooder's voice- actually secured his release from the penitentiary, according, lo letters, documents and petlttonsi..Ke has, and he says thai It will keep Mm out permanently. Rchroeder, woo served a term. In San Quenlln pe-nl liTy, forged a JIO, check .in Spo Itane in August, J51-2, and previous record served to set him the heaviest punishment, an1 indeterminate sen Lencc running. lo 20 years. At the penilentlarj' he resumed the study o: tmiflc that he left oft years before outside. When the German Saengei test was held in Walla, last .lime Schroeder jot rermljslon to jlns before it: pell.tiono -ontnlnlng the names of Ger- mail musicians and others .were hand- cd to the parole asking Schrocder's "This jraulcd. BIJOU Friday and Saturday Trapped in the Death Pit The Greatest Marine Feature Ever Filmed IN THE RECENT STORMS ON-THE GREAT LAKES KILLED BY AUTO Vancouver, Nov. 13. David Kainft, 627 Hamilton street, (JlcJ "at (lie Clen- re oral hospital bsL night following tho !f' I accident he Buffered at Fourth. Ave' and First St. Et 11 He. was rim down by O.cprge Joyi driver of aulomoblle No. -H37 ami hin skull fractured. Joy is being by the police. was BYE-ELECTION IN .DECEMBER Ottawa, Nov. Evening CiU-. j zen says: U is said that tHj in South I.anirk will likely be iicld dur Ing thd-necoRd week in December, Coloocl having not. io svithrlraw his rrfnrtlrlaey against Dr.. llanna._thc_ nominee of the Conserve- i live convention. -v Jos. Todd, iioSiiuastcr of Stoufffrille. is dcaii ;