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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -v .Momlav. October 1913 THE LETIIRKIDOE DAILY HERALD Tacc 3 Amusement Season Opens with Fine Offerings for Entertainment-loving Public Sherman Theatre, Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 6th- CKhLAH Portrayed With Mnrvdous Fidelity, A- Wonderful The tremendous 5-reel Pathe Master 150 AT 15ATTLK A'cUug a n d "THE MYSTERIES OF Sue's greateit TlfKsUmNU Tlll-MIOrPFJ! 15 LACK CAT IX X. KIM, US 'holography I'osit-ivoly tlic Greatest l'lioio-1'liiy J'J v c i1 WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Powerful Plioto-Play at the To- Nishl Really a feature produclicm be presented tonight at tbo illjou Theatre, "Tlie, King Can Uo Nu NVrong." by ihe Rex Co. in three now- rtfnl reels. A tale of the indentures of a. solJier of fortune. It possesses a jieculiar fascination as !t Is. unfolded lhai becomes inleuslfled from if ul lo j In addition to ihe immense i costumes arc splendid, ncting notable for Its excel It tit e, and the settings very beautiful. In lighter] vrin R" Pathe. comedy Is provided, j to make everyone lauftb, AB Haunt, tne liijoii on-hestra will render" the lateM and hesl music trhlch will add greatly to the enter- tainment provided. Xe.il nn edncalSonftl sub- jiftVt of extraordinary interest will lie i MIL the King's Service." In this r.Toduclion the tires of the King's Fotdiers and sailors'are vividly por- ..rayed. This Is a woitn-while film, iind should he seen by everyone. -t DicVen's Play at SUrland The following itt a short synopsis of "Little Dorrit." Ib'e ThanhouBer mas- terjilece, taken froin Cbarles Dicbcns' nioBt populnr story. This big proiluc- tion is bping sliovn al Starlaud as ihe hetnlHncr o[ a bis feature pro- Little Dorrii -a'as bpni in the Mar- rlislsea prison in Ixinrton, debt- ors were confined ycais ago. fa- ther had numerous .creditors whose .had to be before he could leave the prison's gloomy Her mother died -when the child TI'HS elghi.years old. nnd'LheJMri Hvoil In the- ,MaTsiifllsea with her bro'tlior end sister. Sne devoted to ftmHy. and helped ihein in many IJttlo DorriL frequency spiring for clilerljr widow. nml at her home met lier son Arthur. who had just relumed, from a Jrip itbroad. The young man was ly by the ii'ulci, scU-sacrtflL-- Insr "glri, and a strong altachment pprnng up between them, LltlJe Jiorrk loyal to her family, whom ?he felt was dependent upon her. Arthirr Ctennam every effort The Great Thanhouser Masterpiece Taken from DICKEN'S most popular storu io svviire the rettrase of Dorrit from the ami vlnu ibe lutterV 'rixht to n for- e hy u cHdinnl The rlls, noiv'rtcii.- lyuon-d 10 sin they oue-J evtfryihmg: IF, e-tceitt LEule hm.lier faui- ily foieeU her to go: with them io Italy, anil h'-romb society age like IbeinselveE. Jid not bring happiness to Ihc Dorrltp. l.IUlft Dorrii was as un- afferted as ei'er. but hf.r family was mirse-proud anil arrosanc. .The fatb- i-4 -.as' stilcheu at a- and ilicil soon after, believing that he was once more a piisoner-Ia the Martial- sea. Little Dorrit, now free, TeceSv- eO word that Arthur Clennam had lost hie fortune, and was a him- self iii the MarahulGRn. Sfae went to and confronted Itlin in his ho'-ir of trial. Fortune smiled, upon them, mid ATlli'ur soon ablc.lo pay his dfbts'and leave the .Marshnleea for- pver with'his bride Llllle Dorrit, tie child of the Jlarshalsea. _: World's Masterpiece at the Sherman The offering tonisl'l and Tuesday is claiuitJ Ihp crowning effort of.those [inayti.'Tfi of Kreres. j The draniatiiation of 'work, "The .Mysteries of Paris'1 cunsidered by mauy to be aB fmpbs- Kible taFk, but In tbelr .niubiilon to give ihe photo- Uilay of one. of ths world's greatest genius' engaged the sen-fees jof the riibfli faniouB.nciors aul nclTess of (lie. moat actors aurt act- jri'SEes of achieved a result jwMch more .than justified the seloo- jtlon. PT.e i is so'strong in dfanfailc situations, so 'Intensely Interesting in Us sensatlon- :ni' dDvclopments. -the 'audience are heltl ppellhound as scene after jrceuo unfoMs. In it yoii feel the grip [of a master mind, and the splendid 'aciing U so convincing Umt U Is lm- SHERMAN THEATRE-THURSDAY, OCT. 9th v With 1000 Laughs: and An Exceptional Cast..Includihg Eddie O'Brien and Rose Ainswprth PRICES 50c to "A Bachelor's Honeymoon" Seats now on sale at box office TONIGHT RI.IQI J THEATRE TONIGHT King Cm Do No Wrong" Exquisite .Costumes Beautiful Setting The Adventures of. a Gentlemen of Fortune Told in Three Parts Powerful Acting Fascinating Plot Prod need by, tin; Pi-mincers ;ol' The Prisoner of Zenda And claimed bv Ilium lo bo even ;i VK-ULM- play The Only Genuine Famiws .Players Pnnliu'lion Sarah Bernhardt m Queen Elizabeth Vill Ite. Slunvii at For TWO DAYS only, commenniif? WEDNESDAY --Comedy-Subject and the Bijou Orcriestra possible lo.eEcape ilie Ye- extraordiuarj- altrectlmt has cost ihs' management five ris much as the regular and slightly raised, namely 25 cents. t Episodes of Artcmus Ward Artenius Watd reputation on" this bting -Ihft genuine; Sarah Bern tlt "Queetii l-iHzfiboihn -producllon. In this proiIufllonJSaraU TJenihaidt by all-alar Fampiis I'laytrr.V Co.. whom patrons n'ltl.rpcog- uhc. with delight as' of "The Prisoner of 'Xeridfl." the which wag 'received so. favorably re- centfy at tdeatr "The Girl From MummV The tuoAt pk-acing announcement to. music, lovers and theatregoers, in general. In the appearance of Sheghan Beck's beaiiiful production of "The Glri-from MnmmV n Parisian'musi- cocWail, serred in three which comes to the .Majestic on Sat- urday, October II. "The Girl from Mumm's" belongs to Ihe new form of musical comedy, which is superior to the oXI-musical comedy or light opera, consequently It contains both of musical; entorlainineut, and (s the" most pretentious musical offering of the The book Is by -1- A, a young1 author ulili up-lo-the- mlnufe Ideas, has written a story that Is pleasing to Ihc eye, as well as lo.lho tar, and.keeps the audience 5n a hflpjpy franc of mind from start to the narrative twining {int! the dialogue- crisp and Thn scoro is by Fred A. Bohnhorst, a young composer, Mho IKS nrUlen move rctil" claasy and musEcnt nils for '-Tho llrl from Mnmin's" than have been canl in any musical comady or lijht erR.iri years. i A Great Feature" The RreAlcsI of all moving pfctnrca of Sarah Uemlianlt has bCPU secured >y--itio matiagempnt of'ihe Sherman Theatre.' tfhero film? showing the df- nne Sarah in "Tlie KbmAnce of an Actress" win be shown for one day, Wednesday, October 5. 'Thfs IB the latest and by far the lest of" the film records of Hern- hard t's acting, "The Romance of an Actress' was the play in TvbEch Bcm- iardt first appeared in America, anil n the hundreds of rojes' portrayed by her it has always bc-eri her favorite. In the taking of this picture It wns emhardt'fl intenUpn to leave a per- manent monument of her art. Copies of lilm are preserved by the nch. and by {he French Academy. of Science, "Notre Dame de Paris'' Empress Too niiich Importance cannot be at- Inched to the production of this groat photo-play. It lieing n "masterpiece in fivcry. respect, .Manufactured by the world known house of PMhc. and Is- sued by them as n film d'arl, is suffi- cient Ruaratiieo of Its {icauly. This endlr] adapts I ion of the 'famous Frenchman's great novel ia unfolded in tlirro reels of magnificently lianif- coTorcd photography. The usual standard feature at Ibis theatre, I'atho'a will also bo shown, and will provide all the" latest news that our patrons no much enfoy, QnalHy The Empress Comfort MONDAY ANO TUESDAY ONLY Three Reels .of Magnificent .Hano1 Colored Photoplay Notre Dame De Paris A Wonderful film of Art, Adapted from Victor Hugo't Great Work. PATHE'S WEEKLY AND OTHER GOOD ONES Sweet iloinc" Tlio comedy Is n very clever and jof Circle and Is a sure producer of mualns production of the grpat Es- those fteny racraories that iiay Co., entitled "Tbo Housclseeper smiles. SATURDAY MAJESTIC THEATRE 1 Saturday, Oct. 11 AND BUCK OFFER 'I'hc'captivating Parisian Musical Concoction "_'.' 'i The Girl From Miims Bubbfing and .Overflowing with Sparkling ;Comedy and Tuneful MISS OLIVE VAIL FofemtiJt of all and Musical Comedy A'PERFECT CAST AND CHORUS 40 I'c.oplc Gorgeously Costtimoif 40 EVERY GO.WN A HANDSOME CREATION Whis'tic.v Musical Hits g "BEFORE I HAD THE i Sfats now on SRle'at Kenny A ATKn'3 Drug-Book .Store. 25c, ;