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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 1913 THE LEmBRTDOE DAILY HERALD! Page 3 SHERMAN THEATRE See Our All-Star Program There's A Reason" A Guarantee of Merit REMEMBER THESE DATES TWs. Oct. 16 'The Yertatiks' Tfce popular company now in Tfc Sat, October 18 A MUSICAL DRAMA NOVELTY SUCCESS Mon. and Tues. Oct. 20 and 21 Return of 'The Versailles' in "Up the River" Sherman! Theatre Saty. Oct 18th FRECKLES wiw SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE ll WholMtml Bully Play' By Gene- Stntton- Porter, author or "A Girl ot the Limber- lost" NOVELTV SUCCESS SCENIC PRODUCTION Eclntlliatin'B with MUSIC, AND PRICES SOc ta 2 Days Only Commencing WEDNESDAY Wild Life And Big In India And Africa .On the icreen Mr. Keartaa and a'l'tt'Ue'band naked iftT- are sitjen to attack at top 'speed tie'tiD? of beasts, unaid- ed wblte hunler'i modern In native fashion, ID honortbla and combat, they suMua and eptar the Jn- f Jrlated beast, aft H battles with the courage.of despair. Usual Admission What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows Today EIJQU THEATRE Today "In The King's Service" Per King Country on. Land, and -Host Interesting and -Instructive Motion Pictures, in Three MISS MARGUERITE MATTHEWS, in the latest popular of Joy THE A. vyoNDcnruC SELIO MASTERPIECE Comfort SENSATIONAL RIDE ON'THE BACK OF AN OSTRICH Wild Ride" WEEKLY o; GOOD THINGS Fim.u. BENJAMIN OWEN BEING PLAYED WITH. VIEW TO HANGINQ TO 'POWER Mexico City, Oct. Doth tranch- ot tbeMeiicaa -N'atioQal congress lormallj- declared suspended at a late hour" last, night- by Provisional President. Hucita. Tie declaration .was made- after 110 members of -the Chamber of deputies had been arteat- tf and- longed in Ibc -penitentiary for signing reso Eu lion s_ol -warning senator for Cjhlapas, Dr.- Helisato A 'proclamation was is- sc'ed just -bftore'rainnight.. railing for. elections o! senators and depu- Mr. and Mrs.--John- P0ars-9. of-Co- borg. have cerebrated the. diamond jubilee of their wedding. Billy Donald AT -THE SHERMAN NEXT SATURDAY 'TENOR OF DETROIT >ND Mary Lyon READER AND PIAKIST OF TORONTO AT Knox Church Tomorrow ADMISSION till 75c Tickets at Kenny AIV.n'3 Drug-Book Store and Robert- son's Book Store. Harold Jarvn Harold Jarvla, the Detroit tenor, be heard here in Knos church neit Tuesday, with Mica -Mary in a popular programme, still retains bis hold on the public, ss evidenced by the following clipping from the Detroit N'ews: "JsrvlB night is getticg to be a sort of gala carnival' nighi for :he people of Detroit and vicinity, acid this year's event tras.no exception to (he general rule. 'It le a fine tribute to Mr. wbeu over iitty thousand people turn out to hear one man sicg; an4 this tribute Is not less to his per- tonality and popularity than It is to premier standing as one of Am- erica's tenors." at the The' progransme for the ftrit part o! week of a remarkable two-ieel feature "Saved from the aad a very pathetic, ycl Inter- esting atory. Law of concluding with a rich comedy of (lie kind, for which this ho-Jio Is uoUd. For .Wednesday a delightful program has been 'arranged. On Thursday The Versailles." will grsce the hoards, and the management com- mend this attraction to all rations. On Saturday that delightful musical drama "Freckles" IB the offering, and udglng by tiie excellent crltlcltms given this production throughout .the American continent, It can be highly commended citizens as one oi dramirJc prod'JC- ions ot seasoD, Seata 'for "The Versatllei" and are now on tale, and early TWervation IB advised. Big Scoop SUriind In iKurini as the big headllner for complete change of bill for Wed- nesday and Thursday, "Cherry Kear- ton's a3d Bis Ganio la India and Btarland hm Beared the. greatest triumph in the.moving :ure world today, ilr. Keartoa ed.. the pictures whkb comprise present series after yeire of unre- mitting labor, severe hardship and privation, from coportuae vantage points, at obvious peril of and thus obtained the most nat- ural reproductions, possible of the prowling the stealthy tiger, the ourang-outang, and scores of other beasts of the Dark Continent. a' dra.matliation of Gene Slratton-Porter's famous novel of the Mime title, -which in point ot sale's has been the sensation .of -the. announced as the attraction it the Sncrman for Saturday, October IS. TfclB slags version.is the wort ot KellTwomey, and the cleverness of bis adiplafion will be realized, jedElly'by the readers of the story because of the mwterful manner In which he has evolved in Inte-rMt-cora- pelling and. tensolr. dramatic play from a tale.whose chief charms lie In its tender simplicity and unaffected naturalness. Being at all times in sympathy with the Twomey has trans- ferred spirit ot the wild-wood, vis- ualized'the delightful characters of the story ind woven the Incidents Into a logical and entertaining play. Nat- urally, the pathetic element baa been emphaslKd most strongly, but In re- lief, of: this there are frequent-bril- liant flashes of wit, and a charmtns love- Interest for the two cow fa- mous' characters, Ffeckies and the Angel... The play It Illusively mounted, par- ticularly effective is the great Liir.- berlost scene, painted by Crosble of Wallaces .Theatre, Broadway, New York who has pictured.the famous swamp and IU environs with consum skill. Jules Valle will, bi -here the "plucky little waif. Freckles, and carrle Belimore, is tie Angel. .An ei ceptlonally tl'roag supporting com TO-DAY'S FEATURES "A War Time Mother's Sacrifice" Two reels-full of heart throbs SINGING ACT Miss B. Portillo The Sonf s You Like SOME COMEDY "Sacred Fish" LAUGHS GALORE GRIPPING DRAMA "The Impulse" STRONG AND TENSE SHERMAN THEATRE ffllB. OCT. IB Return of the "THE under thln Lethbridge will be lo Uie" of this city are carrying tuo com nlete mudc'al comedy .productions thlt senson '.'The Canadian Express, tnt "lip'the River." Each of these of- ferioge require settings, 'the former piece has for la action the In- terior of a. tourist sleeper on ths west- ern division ot i prominent tranacon- "nental line; while the latter play, "Up the Uie main n hquieboat. No de- has been overlooked to make i setting" marvels of icitlitlc stage cralL The company hss been bv the addition of ilx clever tttlBni, who were brought over from London The' Wll tot Thorsdty evening will ba "The Canadian by Old Couatry in and now on THE- Lethbridge Excelsior Male Voice UNDER AUSPICCES OF Y. M. C. A. Y. M. C. A.'AU JITORIUH, ON Thursday, October 16th, at 8 ASSISTED BY: 1. MR. FRANK A. MISS CISSIE SIMM MR. H. 6. This announcement will be welcomed bj- those familiar with work of this choir. Those who hive not heard tils local tlon of singers should. 'not mi ES this Tickets on Sale at the Leading Drug Stores I t 1 r Wo, V _ Starlind tpecticular it Wfciout exception the greatest Wild Ride" is the Otis of 'tha man Interest military drama ever Item la the programme for to- duced. "A War-Time Jlotier's and tomorrow. This Is ono of the Is to bo stsen at Starland sensational and spectacular night. A short synopsis of tb'B in two reels ever filmed and ture Is as a thrilling story of life on an Af A young southerner becomes oeUich farm. Mother am tangled in the clutches of a, close. their terra house, ant spy, who makes him believe he ia art for the far-afray farm, but are murderer. He thus forces robbed and Insulted by ft hanc tion from the southern youth Zulus, from whose clutches thej boy's father learns of this through rescued by a troop of soldiers or arrest of the spy Tha boy way to a new station, who 8-ound suicide on the eve of a great thrash tha ringleader- This and his mother places hJs dead filled with tierce hatred, and plan among a heap of dead soldiers the fiendish revenge: nothing loss tiar owlng day, making It appear that annihilation of the entire famllj died a hero The father finds bis attack.- on and burning, of th and thicks the spy who. has being wonderfully realistic. Th and that his son was brave ammunition running short honorable daughter, teeing It IB only a ones of time before they aro vanquish escapes Cirougb.the rear window "The Girl From her pet ostrich, and ride look In at the 'Majestic for help across the trackless de on Saturday night 'would have Tills remarkable rido. which i pated any suspicions of the by Miss Bessie Eyeton, Is spier ot a financial. stlngcncs'.locaM'y. shown, and Is the flist ot tfc building was, figuratively-1 ever made use of In a photo crowded from attic to basement, The story works to a loglca the managerial heart must have In a scries of highly sen sated with Joy as he gazed on and UirililcK scenes, and th multitude. H ought to act SB strongly recommend Oil couragement forbrlnflh'g such to the public of LethbridKe .a to Lethbridge for it Proof one well worth seeing! public apprecUies a thing. good things In this "The Girl From Mumm's" was are Pathe's great. WeeM cidedly Boltoa's Jofcn'.Bunti The whole company, played "Bees and throughout the piece Foitori After All." ed the. presence ot Mln Olive the great Well with beautiful voice, rwplenient. will to dellg of tall these :ume acd a winsome way of vetting our nto the graces of her audience and keeping there until the finlth. The acting was uniformly good, the A feature ut trarrom the In song- "'rA'. bave been the elabo only of prlndpils, but of thoie who took" part In'tiie Of mirth and melody there waafan encores were liberal, and obligingly TMppnded Nothing but a coniidentlOQ for'human nl'ture on the put of the audlnce prevented tbo performance from being too prolong- ed. >Vr many of the musical numbers called for much repetition. "The Qirl From Mtimra's" may he regarded H one of tbt.iuceeises at the MlJestlo feature Is somewhat similar to. Our Empire shown at the Blloit some "time the difference belna. lhat th? ahOTe-rAentlooed showe both, branches cf the service, Certainly the" pictures convey ;lo th! audicnco an of BrlWn t mlght-on land and needlcti to say, great enthuslashi Is the various The above'iltractlon, eoopled. wltt tbe Inltlil guerlto' Mattbewsy -invpopolar. wngs, will no d.outt houNk ;