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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Ootwlxr S. 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 4 Full Reels by Producers of Prisoner of Zenda The Genuine Sarah Bernhardt in QUEEN ELIZABETH _nirrlif Come Early and Get a Good Seat pjrst Performance starts at 7 p.m. sharp last closes at 11 p.m. REMEMBER "THE. PHIS- ONER OF ZENDA" SAME COMPANV WITH STAKE OUR REPUTATION ON THIS. THE MOST COSTLY FEA- TURE PRODUCED. FOUR COMPLETE ACTS p.m. sharp Owing to the cott of this genuine feature we are forced to charge Adutls 25c and Children 15c SEE BERNHARDT AT HER EARLY TONIGHT 1 SHE R M AN TH EATRE -To-night Only See MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT IN "An Actress' Romance" "Copies of this film tiave buen preserved the French Government and French, Aoadejuy 'of Science as a lasting tribute to the work of this gtniius of the elage Usual Prices will Prevail lOc and 15c Her Last Appearance Before the Cameta SHERMAN With 1000 Laughs and 2'liars" An Exceptional Cast Including Eddie O'Brien. and'Rose PRICES 50c to Ql-k F.: Bradfield Offers t Hoyuheatre Comedy Bacletori Honeymoon Seats now on sale at box office WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE-TO' -SAY A Novel A sense of hurcor IB the saving qual- Jtr'of many a man. In many Instan- ces he, who 'would otherwise be a very commonplace Individual, becomes a jirlnce or goort fellown, It embodiment of: life, love and Inuglitcr. This tnre because it is the natural." Nature is not a mourner. Fho Is gild and Jorou? tree, and anger. and >orrow are the results of unnatural Sorrow and tears, halrtd and angtr arise from tJie unhoAUhfbl, the. mistaken Ideas of lift and Its surroundings. Life and love and laughter, the smile, the Jofee, lite 'ncing are but the spontaneous expressions of all that li good true; the of a natural life. Kot only is this tn lite, bat IP'O In stage. The the a'rtJtt .who palnlB a word of life's a hnfeb of has (he foundation of a the direction of A, Mayo BradfieJd, the offer] ngr at the Sherman, on Oct. 9th. iiow' on At The Sherman U is to bo Mya tcrlea'.of not have" tieen lialil for tonlfht, aa'ne'rer before hao such a been, ex- hibited. lU-ftXcelieuce has bean, her- alded to a iron g -that other cities are clamoring to preseut it. In conse- fjuenco the raanagohient were com- pelled to BMp !t today, Tbe offering, -tonight 1a one .that IF ba the3c are 3 the public will have an i of seeing Madame Sarali BernhanU En hfer appcirance befora the motion picture InVchoosIng "An Act- ress' Romance" for vehicle, to ba retained by the French 'government M a lasting tribute to ihlu wonderful the divine Sarah did so feel- upw hearl-attlngi of that tbe parl-of. Adrtenna young Scotchman" to a train robber, capture, btm and prove bis .courage and brav- ery. A short time re- hearsed hold up, appeals upon the tbo passengers to disgorge.., .Artie 'fol- lows the pre-arranged and sprlnja upon the robber. After a. fierce whlca tbe young S'totchraaa.'li moro, Jhaal earning tils" h'e overpowering hfin. "iTheV ont.lo be" R price- of 15050 on "his 'head, "dead'Or "alive. Artlo gels the reward Bod the girl, end all ends happllf.- "The O'rl from a-.Great Comedy. Excellent music and unusual'cast: These arc the factors upon '-which-a musical comedy succe_ss tfne which Girl from QnaKty The Empress ;i Comfort .WEDNESDAY Vengeance of Galora A SPLENDID. BIOGRAPH.OHAMA. _ VPATHEJS OTHER GOOD mid (torn with .baad chord (but In tnae wfth the nf yoy I. and each tad >f on; chord, that ;rlnff8 with of living Is an to the aong that Na; 1 0' the modem playwrights none JiETe hid deeper rMlteation of this tl'.Rn Gwrge Stapleton, Grasping the simplest of themes hi would roll and nimble anijf coat It Uh Hs widely illvorslfltxt Amonp Uie westerners and other local pas- Fdngtrs1 t.hero'U 4 party of English people ,tyho have come to Canada to Rfc the Hon. Arthur Pettier! on his raooh, where be la in prove to the j world ami his father I hit he has Iho qualities of a rcaj man. i Arthur Is-In a. hurry to fad, bcciiiEC the iof 'which he ila striving Es a beautiful young girl jof tho party. This undue haste nexr: ]v provts his JfflLhlrca.a "The'Road to "Teach Girl of Mumm'i and Mine'' are the cnd Overflowing with tfirklinj Canary Tuneful With MISS OLIVE VAIL Forcmott of III ancf A PiHFMT AND CHORUS 40 People GcrgeoHSly Costumed QOWN A HAND80MI CREATION 1 Whistley Musical Hits "BEFORE HAD CLIO. 40 new on at Ktnny Allln'i D.-jj-Buok Ston. boo, 76c, man enjoying a hath la a tub on the_concrete ttable floor. White tbo modest battier haitened to warn off the Intruders, the minister of pow- er Btfpped up to'the tub to InvectL- gate. "What aro you doiafc ed. "OS. nothing, only having a IndIffaront reply. "-The' wp- men In the house haren't'anything oo. ue now. We put In Hydro power and how'.we have_thlrty gallons of bbfllDi water In the we -want .call oa now when they hot .water.'1: Mr. William, late.of CaUary, li tlie new manager 'the Middle '.Weal Lumber Co. in Rctlaw. Scene From u A BacWor1s Honeymoon Thursday, Ocf. 9, at the Sherman Theatrd ;