Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
ife lift THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saee star bfT-Thef Girl relates with much fondest hope s whtn a child o( one day being an aclrefs of East Lynn fame. was simply slase-Etrucfe, it vre' i'tcay term it so; when a child.: I .had a weakness I [cherish to' 'this memory's I was horn and reared in a town about tbe middle ot Ohio, aod every season a well-known stock company pay our- city a visit, and as tiKe as the sun rises and set, their repertoire would in- clude 'East Lynns' for their Saturday matinee. strength, "Bred in the in three Immense reels. Intense excitement, reigns throughout the entire subject the acting; ia great, the natural splendid. A real Japanese .drama, "The Spid- acted by .an all-star Japanese company, Is also of great interest, and is certainly unique irt motion pictures. A comedy screara, ''lie Couldn't Ixise completes a really fine pro- gramme to the entire satisfaction of all. "Tha King Can do no Is tne leading subject (or Monday night. Ttie.adventures a gentleman of ior- tune, H bas a peculiar fascination, and is n production that will live long in the minds of those that see the Eaine.. We can recoamend it to you. A CaoiUI Show That .beautiful ;aiid. .charming1 Little" Try as shb mlgbl tu keep'from'iiriil- [actress, will again te ing. she could _ Just about that Eeen as juno Joyce; in :'A Bachelor's i. u TJ _._ v._ at-'the Sherman on October 9. Miss AlBsworili some swell gowns this sea- ton, and she Kill" win he-.- way right into "the hearts'or those who hove not seen those who.'have seea her have not forgotten. Miss Alnsworth is young, and. has risen rajriiily in- her profession, until now shells a great favorite Erom coast to coast. Sparkling, and, sclntHlatinj; lite time who should .appear- oil scene from an opposite direction but mother and Aunt .Ellen. Both "were horrified. and perplescd at my. appearance (which, by- the way have h'cen and tlemahded-au erpiana-' lion, which was given without a stut- ter. 1 nay ray. that I-.was doomed to a severe punishment, but for the time- interference, of Sss Van who arms and hugged and klspcd EC in" spite of my "blond harr, was'my heroine who washed co-nbert my hair that. memoraWe ins. and afier supper, ti me in my little bed. Confine! dropped in on her.lvay to woi.k to kiss hcr'jitllfl gcoil nlcbA an3 goou-bye." "The'Country Tonight'at ths graceful s watch, i smiles they hang upon every word, and' whta the last away, they arc as leaves them, 1n in IciarsV; The entire coni- piny TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. 3. VOGT, Mus. Musical Director Re-opened Tuesday September 2nd Faculty or 100 specialists. residence for young lady students. Year book mailed on application Clino is an old friend of Mr. PurceU's, Ihc musical director of the SchubertF, and some 61 the finest selections in the repe'rtoirc'.of our Cily Haiid were written "especially for it by Mr.. Pur- cell. The plan is for the City Band lo 'make Us first beautiful" new band with Its 'instruments on that occasion, and render a half-hour prelnfic rff Mr, PurceH's compositions before the Schubert programme com- mences. The sacred and secular sons writ ten by iMr. Purcell are well known' ever vwh ere, but hfs composi- tions for lands nxe and dif- ficult that only, the largest and lesi bands can render- 1 h eta acceptably. ThV.saine an fates who deifght- audience tens two years y supporting Miss Ahisworth jfe still with the n'alasy. of "'stars; 'radiating Around thefr the fact thai In the spec' J. STEWART, thiccrccl featiirs BrooVly'ri, T Vll'athc Dame de J. "'tv.. NiA-DRU-CO Ruby Rose Cold Cream Snow-wMle, rose-peifumed, delightful, Ross Cold Cream protects Ihe skin from rcughr.esa and chaps, sir.colhs the Incipient wrir.Mea, and imparts that velvety softness u'hlch Is chief charm.' In 25c. opal glass jais, at your Druggist's. Na-Drn-Co Cucumber Witch Hazel Cream Isawotiderftiilycoollng. healing lotion, effective for vlndfaiitn, chaps or soro lipl In 2Sc. bellies, at your Druggisl's. ef trty Cdrmksl MONIREAL.