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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday; October TIIE LETIIBIUbGE DAILY HERALD TO-NlGHt BIJOU THEATRE TO-NIGHT 'Itie Battle of San Jaun Complete RceU Exiting. Battle Scecu Head to Hand ConfllcU A feature that will literally carry a mid it the flame of battle HERE TO-DAY HERE TO-DAY ol all hits in. the history of Him play New York Journal The Prisoner of Zenda A Dramatic Masterpiece ot Romance and Adventure Owing to the Enormous Expense m Securing This Feature'..we are Forced to; Charge ADULTl25c CHILDREN 15c First Iffiocmance' Will Start at :7 O'clock Sharp THEATRE October 4th Hans Estate's Production'of tho Edgar A 'fteftl Piourf Xew York's "Great Wbi'ts -V. A -I' Way" Excellent Cast Superb Production'' Empress -Comfort AND THUR50AY ONLY f The iitch Tower" DRAMA PaWs Weekly SPICIAVS OOOD ONE1 Sherman Theatre Thursday, October 9 f, utftn the Kcyt Theatre S With 100 Ltuihi and two An exceptional cMt.lpcludjrtf' EOOIE O'iRIEN AND AINSWORTH We ,i ule Held Court: In Automobile For R'he.'unutii and- Vdk ens ptan. trie IjigMfl. Uivto-iJats he AJS "The -PiJBonOT of Zenda" tc the covtly produotton over proiiuced, nd was by.Starlaud only by uaf the management f theatre been forced to list Lht.prloe of for thifl 25 (Alid- en, 15 con la; but Slarlejid'i pairoos the MBuracce hat'It la a (eatur'j such never tfore been VWD, and it will A Rdmonlon, AHa., Sis'pt. nobficR have been used 'for. sort oS purposes in Western Canada, iron operating a printing press to Turhfsh ing power fur driving farm machin cry, is bcliered ttjat Judi presiding in the- Ki raon'loti district- c-qiirt, cstabtisbcd when he converted his li tonring'car.into a court- room. Judg Taj'Ior was unable to-get lo Foi Sabkfttcheu'an to conducl-'tbp trial Frank (Jeorgeso'n, but rather tha cause-any unnrcesbary'dclar and in- convenience .to'thr. he at? TAiigcd to.iiicet the .Ihe highway bordering ihe'distiict. 'The prisoner .was laVen" io'-lhc sccnef dot escort ri6yaJ Xortn 'Unfcrl. Polico" He pleaded giiilty and -was. sentenced Ihpn'. and .Judge'Taylor, was.-niirricdvhacii to tlie city and presided at ihe opening of the' ot The docket is unusually heavy {his.letm, wlijcirciplains'thc trial on the high- way. one s'jch an tin be B." Portlilo, the popular Star- tnd Bopraao, -rho Is proviny such a rfg theatre, will aleo Eeftn! on the profrajncac in n entlrtly it EmpreM Tte lor toJay ind to- morron- fg of the hljgh i! prodded it "the Ew- "The Sidtcb Is a very Trie prcductlon Biogfaph Co., ncldents that never Tail to-hold the ittentloa of the' a'ridlence'froin begtn- nlnj U) Md. neVer-lajlJirij: injoy- raeal tp our ccJebrmU Itiy fllmi, alM fcfl Bro; will he two and .fcoih .warranted. on Friday Mt4 an gjieclal two-reel comedy, "A Regiment of being Iiiujhable tale.of ,Lhe adventure tnd wcipudes of two busbandi. This, comedy Is a real and li confidently re- to OUT putrona sues. JF Bijou .Tfwatra An extraordinary Battle picture will tontght be at the poular Bijou-la three reels, "Tbe Battle o! San Juan HIM." by the 101 Bison Co. This la a" correct reprodiiclion ot the famous oatHoof iheSpanlsh-Amerlc'nn war. and so "to detail and thrill- Ing IB It that It to the of conflict 'mIdat .the name and ginofce oi grim The producers of this, feature are. thor- ge subject to the satlsfaclSon ot every-one, ag they do. one the 'In. the wnrloY stocked with Ihousandi-.of horse's and iqilltftry fUHngE. "A'roaring comedy "Friendly Selgh- .the Powers Co., competes tonight's programme, that, everyone shoiiM.Beor :nemember the music at the flijou la absolutely the test in ttie city, gettJng belter time. Undoubt- edly this feature adds greatly to the enlertatiirrtonl provided. 'AT.STARLAND TONIGHT- The Most Thrilling Feature of the Day is THE DOOM OF The GUNMEN of NEW YORK An Educational Drama in Four Parts NOTE This Picture is Endorsed by the Most Famous Men in the. Government of New York City. -The Story is'True to Life and While it is Thrilling and Excitr ing'it is-Highly Educational and Free From Vicous- ness. SEE THIS FEATURE AT THE SHERMAN Thursday, October 2nd Jl f STORY OF THIS PICTURE. A wonderfully educational production of life atnonj tht famous gang; of Xtif York, constructed-with care, so that the children of the countiy may profit by the fate of.tht The RUBY COMBINATION FILATURES are founded on the fact (hat enttrtaiiinKfit'can bt exciting, yet clean and moral. The picture opens with views of-the notorious lections of New York, which ex- Jong a >t tion of Cri iudtnt of organized viciousness and head of the Society for the Preven- tion 01 Wm. S. Chut, a famoiii-Brooklyn mlrmter, lonj vice Howe of the People's tnt'cocatry; ortr for his "civic John Coilitr of the Xktiqntl; Bpird .of Censorsnip, who has striVeri. eir'neslly for just such clean pictures as this-onc, itid'vatlous other men who are in- :Me4 in.the tUinjf generation. We show here the conditions surrounding the boys art bred in .the crowded aevtioni of our Urge cities and how: two of them fare'm tere. who arc oreti in .tuc ui uui iBigc umta B.IIU nvur-inu ui LIICIU inc m the battle of life. Jack becomes a. wayward boy and lattr a.inember. of a. notorious gang. Tom, on the other hand, shunned the street corner gang and pool room and man of himself. At the moment when Jick brought into court, facing Mi fir Uwye first term in-jail, his aged mother, gazing about the courtroom, recognizes in a-yoiing Uwyer "silling near her, none other than Tom, her boy's pal of school Tom makes "in eloquent appeal to save his old companion, but it is of no avail-and Jack findi himself behind prison bars, When his lerm the two roads He.'before' him, but there Js nobody to uf 'ihe notorious ballot box frauds, for which. certain'class'of politic fins long .utilized: gangs to help them defraud the.lpeoplb at the job brings gang to ihe end of Iheir rope, for there is a District-Attorney in New.York who termints to bring them to justice. Just how he docs if. ihe adventures" of hw defeclives m rounding up" gang, down a rkkely fire escape and [he ultimate-doom of the.ruffians vividly'loldhi a series of scenes set in the true localities, and the story, gives an tional thrill when Jack, brought before'the prosecutor, recognizes in him (he same Tom .Tvilh whom he was wont lo run about the streets .when be was a boy In the great niaei- strom of humanity." The District '.Attorney recognizes'Jack, too, and here the inner man asserts himself. Tom gives him an opportunity lo "cast, aside 'the old life, and Jack re- jporids nobly to the first kind words cJ advice he.has heard lie was taken away hy detectives from the deatn-bcd of his good old mother." More his girl friend whom his environment has given him is wise'enough to ;ec the oppor- tunity, and together they seltle'down to live >new life away from'the dive ard the slum'and the vicious den. And so'it 'comes to'pasvth'al a year.later the hard-Vorfcbfr -District Attorney Tom is just thinking that it is.tinie he heard from his old "pal, when a telegram is brought to him, and here's the very note: "It's a boy and we have named him arid Sadie." So en.delli the story and'it is the. hope of thc'RijBY FEATURE FILM CO that the boy or the wqrld.-wherever he may sec it.'should profit by the story of Jicfc'and Tonvand roliiMhat Ihe long-road is the shortest and sweeiesl in "The Couhtry Boy? picture o( the struggles of a boy from the country who Invades- thft city In an endeavor" to. mafce his for- tune baa morp. grahlCBily thRn that: by Sejwjn fn his comedy, "The Country Trhich ihe Henry D. Harris Estate will Sherman Theatre on Saturday. October 4. This particuTar boy "1s dlacpntenled and I on ps for the and Ihe crowds. not see that In bis own little town (here are opportunl- for success and good lirlng those to be found In the Mg dtr. It 'iakea; bitter 'experience to thiftt.iiijl.h4-Joca it: But story, of this boy's strigsU Is" to liberally Interspersed with Uughter thfl I! provitjfett .one of nwstide-. Hfttful of muny wa-' non Priceji.s 80 cents and 11.00. SCENE.FROM.PRISONER OF ZENDA national iKaiquarfcrs of the (.'nileil Shot .Workers of America arc to be moved io from Art. IV. In ''TM Csurrtry "V f- ;