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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Ottobt-r 10, THE LETHBRUUGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Has set the Fashion World Agog PRICES Boxes Reserved 75c and 50c Gen'l Admission 25c "BEFORE I HAD THE THE GIRL FROM MUMM'S The Witching Prima- Donna A Fashion Plate Comedienne HI IVP V A IT Made "Miss Nobody from Starland" UL1Y !j V "A and many others famous SUPPORTED BY A CAST AND CHORUS OF 40-PEOPLE--40 Presented by Sheehan and Beck Book by J. A. Lacy Music by F. A. Bohnhurst MAJESTIC THEATRE SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER llth'13 One Performance.. Mail orders iilled in Hie order received. "There's a Reason" the greatest since Little A captivating, capricious concoction, gorgeously gowned in French crea- tions. A perfect cast and chorus.- Positively tbe best musical comedy in years. If you do not see another show this season, do not miss "THE GIRL FROM SEATS NOW SELLING ALLIN DRUG-BOOK STORE Sixteen Distinct Musicial Hits the Whistley Kind Half the World is Singing its Praises MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT I. 1. Morning Constitutional 2. Everything Ues In Keeping Still 3- Captivating Cleo. 4. Homesick. 5. Kangaroo Dance. ACT II. 6. Afternoon Tea. 7. No Fool Like in Old Fool. 8. In a Taxlcab. 9. Ttich Me. 10. My Italian Rait. 11. There's Reason. ACT III. 12. Waltz of the Night. 13. On the Road to Phlla. 14. We'd Like to take You Mar) 16. The Girl from Mumm's Mine 16. Finale. What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows Kiltiei Will Bt Thtre One of the manr features.or the St. Patrick's minstrels, seen at the Majestic Theatre for two nights, Octo- ber 17 and w'.H be Pi- pers anil dsncore, of Medicine Hat. K.nah In mitshlnR the their particular making a', per- formance of unusual merit. Miss Helta Hogg, daintiest of Scoi- tlsh dancers. alone 1n her in- terpretation of the Highland dances, having won flfGt prize In all the con- trsts throughout Alberta, and being claimtd hy crUtcfi as the champion of Western. Canada. Her chanlrcuEe dance Is a delight to lovers of tiiis ivpird, yet Miss Jessie Gordon- presents- an- other phase of the dance, wblcb has won .for her the plaudits of ihe critics ivhe'rerer she bus appeared. Mr. Charles Robertson Id the sword rlance.-Bnd Mr. James Hogg with the pipes, fills out an act "which alone woirld make a performance of the.hlgh egt dasBi From the spirit shown by the local anMtc.u'r talent our Medldne Hat friends will to 'critics who will themselves later vie for the honors otx amateur supremacy. The tickets, which are' on sale at Kenny AiHn's Drug-BopV store, at-. ready show that the S. R. O. will be very much In evidence. A Powerful Production At the Sherman tonight will be pro- a most of that li.rhulent continent Russia. The sub- ject, "Saved from Siberia." is one of tho best the motion picture irortd ever produced. A pleasing comedy entitled "A Tasto of His Own Medicine" completes a programme of excellence, fo- Thlch this houso Ifi being recog- nized by all lovers of first-class at- Sherman Theatre To-night and To-morrow Night "Saved Monday "The Hidden Message A thrilling and intensely inter- esting dramatic production of unusual worth "The Girl. From Mumm'a'1 heehin fc Beck's beautiful produc- tion of "The .Gill From the and fascinating Parisian musl- with .Miss Olive rall.'Am- erici's popular comedienne, will .lie the attraction at the Majestic on Sat- urday, October !l. "Tho Girl From Mumm's" is unlike tho of musical comedies in that it has n strong; ludicrous storv which runs throughout the'three acts, keeping the audience in llu of laugh- ter, wondering ivhat will c'omo next. The music is tuneful, .melodious, and borders on the novelty, lo the ox- tent of. sixteen distinct blta, the istlej kind, among which are: "Morning ihlng'l.ies'in Keeping "Capti- vating "Homesick." "Afternoon T.ea." "No Fool Like an Old "My Italian 'There's, a Heaaon." of tie "On Iho Koad to Like to Take Another I-ooS nl "The Girl ot Mumm'6 and Mine." Its catchj- -music, jtfetly songs, sparkling comedy, ctei'er novelty danc- everything about Iho play com- bines to-.makb it.a.great success. Se-nta on .sale at Kenny, t AiHn's Drag-Book store. Prices, Jl.SO. 76 cents and 50 cents. HOUSE OF JOY The Empress COSY. COMFORT Great Week-end Attractions. it Home, Sweet Home" GAUMONTS WEEKLY COMEDY SCREAMS Benjamin Owen THE FAMOUS WELSH BARITONE Monday and Tuesday "A Wild Ride" TWO REELS A Thrilling Story of Lire on an African Ostrich Farm ADMISSION To-night BIJOU THEATRE To-night a Dangers Greater than War Good for Evil Mistaken Intentions A Moral Lesson Most Ridiculous The Latest and Best Animated Weekly and a Trip Through Oklahoma City In the African Jungle Starland bas again .scored .another triumph in securing as the big feature attracUon for next Wednesday and Thursday, "Captain Cherry Kearton's Wild Life and Big Gome Hunt In tho Junglea of Africa and India." On tho screen Mr. Kparton'and a'llltle hand ot naked savages are seen to attack tit top speed the kins of beasls, un- aided by the white nuntcrVriiodern' In native fashion, In hon- orable and open combat, they subdue and spear the infuriated heast as It battles with the courage Kcarlon risked Ms life to bring these thrilling scenes with all their movement and dramatic value before, ibe eyes of the Special Attractions at the Empress The programme selected for the del-, eclatton of. OJT patrons this weefc-e is of unusual excellence and interest. Tho IHe, Hoae Alnnrfirth played th.c part of Juno Arbuckle, gavo the character .what it needed ID out the oE the comedy. Others of the cast rose lo the occa- and worked the author's Intention in 6 way which was accept aWe. A Urgo audience filled the theatre, and "plays of "A "Bachelor's. Honey- must erf them tbe players al the Sher- moon" type are evidently popular. For Rheumatism, Rest and Recreation Visit Boulder Springs. Mod- ern European plan. .Eloc- plant. Telephones, hoi and cold running water In every icom, The moat modern bulb In the Northwest. Rooms per day and up. Cafo prices reason- able. Special ticket at one i ar.d One-. third fare (or tho round ulp. Sold at all Oreal Northern aU' In Montana. ;