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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday.-October', 1013 THE LETHBlSfiGE DAILY HERALD THE 5-REE PATHE MASTER PHOTOPLAY will positively be shown to-night at THE SHERMAN The cellar death trap The battle in the Black The boat with the Cat Inn sliding bottom The Hopper and The trapped thief La Belle Rose Portrayed with marvellous fidelity In acting and photography positively the greatest photoplay ever staged Owing lo tlie tremendoui cost the prices for this attrac- tion will be Children 15c, Adults 25c MAJESTIC THEATRE, jjj SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 Bubbling and overflowing with sparkling comedy and funeful melodies Shevhan Beck offer the captivating Parisian musical concoction "The Girl From Mumms" __ WITH MIQQ ni IVP A IT of all MuBical Comedy Comediennes VY I 1 El IVlUiJ V C V AIL Mide Nobody From Starland" famoui, many other. A perfect cast and beauty chorus of 40 PEOPLE 40 Gorgeously costumed. Every gown a handsome French creation 16 Whistley Musical Hits 16 "Before I Had the Measles" CLEO Prices: Boxes reserved 5Qc, general admission Seats, now selling at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store The Only Genuine Famous -Players: Production of REMEMBER "THE PRISON- ER OF ZENDA" TO- MORROW WE GIVE ALL WE AD- VERTISE SAME COMPANY WITH "BERNHAHDT" WE STAKE OUR REPUTA-H j) TION ON THIS Owing to'.the enormous cost of this feature we.are 25c Children 15c Hoitly Costly Feature Ever Produced FOUR COMPLETE .ACTS. JErHBRlDGE THEATRE: WHAT' THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE'-TO SAY Sinn tsrnhirdt it Sherman What tt'ty wcKdered IB a great itroke of mlerpriM on the part, of the mmagwueot of tic Sherman Theatre, In the muring of the latest motion pictures of Hie divine Madnne Berhhirdl, 1n her last Rnce the moring' picture cam- era. Tills grealMt of all tYerich aot- resset has poMd before tbe camera many hut pever'to such adrao- (age. "Aa. ActTew1 to be presented at Uie Sherman to- morrow, Wednekdir. aveninsr. The glittering and wcenUaJly gay relKu o{ XV., of Frrnice, forms a fitUQK frame for the' romance of Uie beautrhrt. but AiMenne Le- Minreur. LlriDt In a period when the court thought of little elso but pleasure; .wtwi love roman- CM, JealoMlei anoV were rife irbeo Oie P. of tat wan lumranded by--ttn emptr-liMfled ud (rlrolous throng at nourUers, In auch a time, then. It. Is little wonder that the ro mantlo sna thrilling lale of 'Adrienne sbould unfold JUelf. Tbe part of Adrienne Lecouvreur Is one of Madame Bemba-rdt'ft moat fa- ir.ous: In It. her acltnj: Is eiqulritcly beaullfql and touching. com- I-any, lo are one and all perfect A. word of praJte muet tie gfren. bowevw, lo Mile. iflio. In tlie role of Ihe Duct- tstt de BuHlon. snperblr. It Is a treat ilso to ito M. Tellegen In cno of tbe fanooe parti IB' tbe lover. Remember the ploture for one- rlgbt onlr, Is ipecfallr commend- ed to til lovers of hlffh-cUss photo- plar. "The Girl MummV ll Wer- but Happy Usuftll? when a rnuslciil comedy has one ov two good musical numbctA ev- erybody -it mdiltcil. "Tho Girl From- wofth cotncs (o tho ilnjesllo on Saturday, OolODer II. baa sixteen real hlUr-six of them: 'Therein a "the Road to "Capti- TAling Girl of and are having a race for popularity, and" it going1 to -be. Impos- sible to pick w inner. Each'oac of thwe buraberg Is the Vind which cre- tte Tim musio 'is by F. A. nohnhorst, od shows 'the, refreshing originaHty with a whlstley tun.Bfuroesj -whichhas made 'The Girl from a. sure- fire success. Combined with this Is the book by J. A. 'Lacy, "a hook wtlh- out dull spot a b'ook wlth-a real and witb.EUch Bparliliny'comEdy that every member tha company much In M the audience. lM Olive Vail, America's favorile comedittine, whose previous it) this city luch au encellenl Imprewrfon that no further praise Is neceesary, the perfect caste, comprising such prominent artistes te J. I. Ollvw, JtclsBon FJwry, Joh.o D. FranV, Km. Mlafl Nellie SHERMAN JHEATRE, "THURSDAY, OCT. 9th "A Bachelor's Honeymoon With 1000 2 Tears An Exceptional Eddie O'Brien and Rose Aihaworth PRICES SOc to Seats now on sale at box office MarjEe Dov and MEfts Hazel Regan. The chonn has already- named "tho Olko Vail heaflly choniB." It Is safe to pay thai there will be nothing heard thin reason 'wijfch will afford more genuine pleasure "The Girl Prom MummV Seats now on rale at Kenny ft Al- Hn'i drug-book slore. 75 cenls and 50 cents. 4 BIJou Thoso that enjoy sttrrlng militAD' dronia Wrll by the offer- REMEMBER The PKIdONER of ZtNOA? TOMOHBOW Sarah JJerhharilf Queen Elizabeth .Supported ny Ing the Bijou tonight, ami In two thrilling parts, if a military drama IB good, the Ulfon Co. produce the very best, 33 their facil- ities for so doing nre unexcelled by any mollon picture', company. Society drama of Ihe better sort is also provided In the Victor subject, "The Plaything." whllo tho senso of humor Is tickled by the Gem comedy "Kvery Inch a Hero." Tomorrow night, A drama of pecul- iar fascination and power will bo pre- sented, "The Faith In Lwo parts. Tako a night off and see this, It's greal. Programme al Ihe Empress night the largo audicnco as- sembled at tho Empress signified ita kesn apprcclollon of the great beauty of the h ami-colored, photo- most enthusiastic manner. The scenes of tile abduction, of dancing girl, ber pwtecution by Count Frollo, her kindness "to the deformed Quasi- mod, who in gratitude hvr from the mob and bar In the UIB foul murder fey the Count, of.which. copvlcfed'and finally executed, and at Uie, terrlbls Tatc .of Count Frollo." who la flung frcm lie lifgh tower by the maddened Quaslmod, we ot the most heart- stopping'description, nad.'fairjy hyp- notised the audience. play will be for the laat time tonight, and tho chance to see It should not ba missed. Thero wit] be a complete change of and'on FYiday and SaUrrday.a Brand two-reel drama the Co.. "Home, Sweet which aH Siould see, famous Company Produced "Queen Elizabeth" !n ordei' to further convince" local of Uio excellence of the productbri of "Queen Elizabeth" 1n which Madame Sarah Bemhardt ap- pears In the title manage- ment of Starlaod are making public (he statement that It WAB produced by I ho Famoua PlayciV Company, the celebrated company that made "'The Prisoner of Xenda'1 the feature that mot such tremendous succcas-at Starland recently. Tlie only material part of Bern- Jiftrdl's art that can live when EDO I'R but a memory. Is the marvellous re- presentation EUzAbelh" In tho silent out eloquent dTama of that name. SfJence hag made Sarah Horn- hardt'B gcnfna truly Immortal end as- sures posterity the perpetuation erf her Ml. This Immense production will JKW- illvely IJG at SUrland for two .days only, commencing tomorrow, and will as surety.-prove, the stellar dra- matic attraction ;oMbe year. Owing (o the enormous cost of se- curing this the genuine production, the management of SUrUnJ has.been forced lo raise the as Adultc, 25: Ten. J5 ccnls. play, "Nolye Dame dei In the MISS Portlllo delighted tho See Madame Sarah Bemhardt in "An Actress's Romance" Copies of this film have boon preserved by the French Government and French Attidemy of Science, as a lasting tribute to the work of this genius of the slage At the Sherman Theatre One night only, Wed. October 8 Her Last Appears ance Before Ike Camera ence !at( night with "Whhen I Unt and will tbe samo eons tonTght, A Coming Too.rnuch pntise cannot be the City Band for engaging tbe Schu- bert Syrapbonf Club1 and Lady Quar- tctto of Chicago, to appear hero at tbo Majestic on October 24. Tbl6 company Is in 116 twenty-fourth year of success, and is acknowledged ev- erywhere to be the moat "op-lo-date" musical company Iraveillng. Every- body likes music and everyoody en- joy) a hearty laugh. A delightful blendlng'of pure fun and fino rouslo is 'one reason why the above com- pany has won its way to the top notch of public esteem. A Sparkling That great Hojt Theatre ''A Daeljelor's under the of A. Mayo Brndfleld, which Is'to seen at'the Sherman on Octohtf it, l> one' of bright, airy, clean-cut comedies, tnat_ leaves n good and makes you YtcT better (or.faring soen it. Tbo play tells th8.story, of a widower, Benjamin'Bachflor, who falls In lovo And marries a Benja- min does not tell bis Itdy-lore that he haa bfttn m.nnicd before, and be To-night BIJOU THEATRE To-nigkt IN LOVE and A Military Drama full of life and Vigor 1 The Play Thing Every Inch a Hero scream tho father of twin aged about snventeep years, nor does ho tell a mafden elster that ho has .ag- ain entered the llfo of c. benedict, for Ihe maiden slater has a strong objec- tion to actresses, and Is oipected to leave her brother a generous part of a largo fortune. Mr. Bachelor dots not oven his daughters that .they ts that be wantd to all of Ws family crats to himself. This leads to many ridiculous situations, and the audfenco-fn row. "THE. MY4TEHIM OF The.feature subject.was delayed the border yesterday, but will posit. Ivjoljr. bo tonight at the Sher- The Empress Comfort MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY Thru of Hand Colored Notre Dame De Paris A WondirfMl Film of Art, Adipteii from Victor Hugo's Great Work. PATHt'8 WEEKLY AND OTHER GOOD FRIDAY, AND roan Theatre. As tt'will OTIy fco ex- .markaile. s-abject: It Is guaranteed hlWted one night, everyone ihould (to strongest dramatic triumph effort (o thla re-.lof the motion picture world. ;