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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, OdoNr 2nd. 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Last Chance To See To-night THE PRISONER OF ZEND A' Positively the greatest motion picture play produced 1 U TO-NIGHT BIJOU THEATRE TO-NIGHT The theatre of beauty and refinement Eventually The Bijou fp 1 oil A clever Victor drama in 2 reels. Splendid plot, notable cast, extraordinary settings e jueader Tli Of Them All LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO'SAY "tht Oeunlry Boj" 1 An entirely new treatment of Ifce frtorx of the town youth In a great city IB presented In "The Coun- try wlilch Che U. Har- ris SflUte Will present at the Sher- man Theatre on Saturday, October 4.' The htro of "tie play lUrtbuUB his lack of at borne to the limi- tations of tba small town. There he hai ererytblng lo make him liuppy, he IB discontented and unworthy of It all: The, originality. of gelwyn'Vlreattnent of the theme Jles in. tfaa'fact that tit boy gow down" to defeat In .the sets sp-Jnk-up, returns home to light' It out; and said, "Words will not describe Uie of this tremendous feature; It s a feature that must be sew to be appreciated; every man. woman and ohlld should-lake the opportunity of seeing this toe greatest moving pic- ever made. there tha very he bad that -will undoubtedly meet unqualified approval ol every tm the distant metropolis. The ttory-lt graphically drawn, and the character itudies to life, not only reference to tho good couutry folt. but to the people found In tile "G-reat While -Seats-are now on sile box office at 50 cents and J1.00. "Salome" at the Sherman .Tbe Savoia Film Co.'s massive spec- tacular production, of "Salome" is bill- ed to appear at the Sherman Theatre,