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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 14.1013 THE LETTTimiDCE DAILY 1IERALD Page 3 Today BIJOU THEATRE Today MATHILDE A chiming lociely drama, in two parts Emphatically a real feature In A New Miss Marguerite Matthews Two Other Dandy Pictures Bijou Orchestra SHERMAN THEATRE See Our Ali-Star Program There's A Reason "A Guarantee of Merit REMEMBER THESE DATES Thurs. Oct. 16 'The Versailles' The most popular muiical company' now touring in "Tit Express" Sat. October 18 "Freckles" MUSICAL DRAMA NOVELTY SUCCESS Mon. andTues. Oct. 20 and 21 Return of 'The Versatiles' .in "Up the River" What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows Sherman Theatre Saty. Oct. 18th FRECKLES IS 3 Clean, Wholesome, Bully Play Or 'Gene Straiten- Porter, author of "A Girl of the Limber- lost" 'i NOVELTY I A SUCCESS I AAUNIQUE 1 SCENIC PRODUCTION Scintillating with WIT, MUSIC, AND 'FKCUU WESJTNtX SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE PRICES 50c to J1.50 House of Joy THE EMPRESS A WONDERFUL TWO-REEL SEL1G MASTERPIECE Cosy 'Comfort A Wild Ride" PATHE'S WEEKLY SENSATIONAL RIDE ON THE BACK OF AN OSTRICH OTHER GOOD THINGS OTTAWA TORY PAPER ADVOCATES RECIPROCITY Ottawa, Oct Minister! are lo-day threatening to read The Olt.'.wa'CHKen oul of thf party ar.d to out II off the The Cltizw which has shown of late un- mlitakaKe cijns of indopendent Ihougbl whore the Government's high inriff policy. Is concerned, came out T.ith z clear-cm reciprocity ed- itorial apropos of the .new .American revolution, and with this edit- orial was occupied another advocating practically free Irade with Great BriUln. In the iMdlnj; editorial The CllUen fays .In reform la now an accotrrpiiabed fn the United Sute-i. Time alone will show how effectually President Wilson ortr- ihrown the outer Blockade of special prti-llege. In America.; If'not a ront, the Underwood bill Is at leaat a re- to the monopoly interesls fat- tonir.p tehlnd the protective lariff. Remarkable Point of View 'The new. fisctl policy of President NA-DHU-CO COU> CREAM sofl Aril vctvfily cturm ij-ifiv raw, cold air, "Splendid for W.ds. .l your Wilson should a noticeable cf- ere the next annual'report of the Department of Trade'and Commerce, fudging by current .comments a rkaiile point of view would ?pj to prevcll In Canada regarding [ions and exports and the policy, of protective tariffs. "For every doilar's .wortli or grain taken from Canada there muet be im- at least a dollar'? worth of goods In than a dol- lar's worth.if the trariBartloTi be a profitable 'one for the Canadian pro- ducer. Yet there is an oplnion-belns circulated freelj- the that tlie Underwood tariff benefit the people of Canada, tccaiiso It mar Ve possible lo flend produce Into tho Uniledi -States without granting any concessions, by reducing the customs tax in Canada! The citizens Re public dcofdetJ .to cease iuxinp by a tnaiom lArtff every lime they import foodplnn's. fn return for Canadian foodstuffs they will send machinery, clothlne. the people of, Canada desire.' -The tariff will not bo Deduced in Canadn No Whaf a .trhitrph! citlzena will continue. 16 Ihemaclven as iisuaT. the I Stated consumer 'will r (Akc moro Canadian jrraln and farni pro- Bui Canadians, people will rotuso to Import anrlhlrig in re- turn, at nlost.wHf take iiitle as i. and will insist upon paying n tariff !oll every- (Imo made." an exchange ts llorjln Is planning a civic ctnlre and tho purchase of the Bowman proporiy Hotel HdmlllOTi haa four large theatres, and a price-cutting war may. folloVre- diiciions announced or (Jitm. Mm. tMeJToy, of .777 St. .lamt'g aired, Montreal, fell downstairs ts'Hlk- lac ID her sleep HTH! fatally liuii. In the African "WUd WB and Big Game Hunt Iti the Jungles-of India and Is the title of the great photo-headlluer to be offered at SurlantJ tomorrow. Captain Clierrj" Koarton. secured the' pictures which comprise the present series after years of unremit- ting labor, severe hardships and pri- vation, from opportune vantage -points, at obvious peril of life and limb, and thus obtained the most natural repro- ductions tho prowling lion, the stealthy tiger, the ourang-outang, and scores of other beasts of (be Dark Continent: On the screen .Mr. Kearion and a little band.ot nahed savages are seen to attack'at top speed the king of beasts, imaided by the white Luuter'a rnodcnr resources. In native fesblon in honorable and open combat, they aubdue.and spear.tbe infuriated beaet as it battles with the courage of de- flpair. X. r, 4 At the Sherman In catering for the amusement o the people today it is extremely dif- ficult to satisfy.everyone. The ambi- "of the- Sbernau management tends lo this-end, and endeavors to. give Lethbridgfi ftitixens of the test "An- evidence oJ tbie desire IB shown by" Uie: excellent programme presented' last, evemog, be- ing unaoimouE ID their verdict of the superior class'of motion pictures pro- jected. On Thursday..patrons will have an opportunity of ever popular In their' new musical', melange 'Canadian Ev- Saliirdav neT music is the Both these attractions are, teefl by Manager Wilson, of: ajerhng merit, :ana .'taken; as whole his -word is generally to be -re- lied upon; "Frecklct" Tikes Grip on Life Olcssre. iiartin and A. G. pelamater itl present Xeil TWomey's dramati- za Lion of G en e S1 ration-Porter's VFreckIes.J1 at tha-Sherman on Satur- day, Octobftr IS, There has been nothing produced in the history of the American stage just like "Freckles." It is distinctive, and original; but of such absorbing interest that it is not difficult to nnderslard-vrby the bun- dreds of thousands oT fie I ion readers have delighted in Uie.etory. nor why the play has become BO popular all classes ol theatre-goers. In dramatization Neil has kept faithfully to the tesl of Mr. Porter's story: every character has been brought out in bold relief in Ihe play, and where was in the miud's eye of the reader, 'it is BOW ia the actual line of-vision, The great Limbcrlost which Freckles tas lahen hold on life is realistically shown. It Is a beauti ful slage picture, irith the forming a dark, massive background below, while above tower gigantic trees. Tiie coming of "Freckles" will be a theatrical event, jusl as 11 was an ev cnl !n fiction; ihc.drama Is DOT great a success as is the story, and TONIGHT SAVED FflOM THE GALLOWS AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR, Few "condemned .to be hanged" cases have attracted such alt-Canadian nttentiou in ftice'Hf yecrs'as thai of Charles GlhFOn. o! Toronto, sentenced to be hanged al dawn on Thursday, October 9tli for the murilcr of Her- man KOEcnlhal. All the higher toiirtd refused him a new trial; tlie Domfnion cabinet took up the case, and paid the sentence was and ihc adminis- trator of Canada. Sir Charles FitR- palrlck. signed the death 'ivarrant, Then thcro came a of popular apathy, with petitions containing alxty thousand names, and add letters from all over for a commutation of the sentence. Xl two o'clock on Thursday laat, just a few hours before Ihc time set for the execution, .the nctlng .Governor General signed .the order commuting the sentence" to ttnprisonmcQl for life. I ONLY A Spectacular Military Drama In Two Parts "ft War-Time Mother" SINGING ACT Miss B. Portillo THF. SONGS YOU LIKE GRIPPING DRAMA The Impulse A NOVEL DRAMA COMEDY HIOT Sacred Fish A GOOD FISH STORY To- morrow To- morrow Game Hunt in the African Jungles" Harold Jarvis TENOR OF DETROIT AND Mary Lyon AND PIANIST Of 1 TORONTO AT Kiiox Church To-night ADMISSION Tickets at Kenny Allin'3 Drug-Book Store and Robert- Bon's Book Store. Ex-President Roosevelt's enthusiastic endorsement of these pictures of tht charging Hen In which several trampled and torn by the Infuriated beasts, are wonderful! It Is a really phenomenal record of a really phenom- enal feat, and I congratulate Mr. Kcarlon with all my heart on what he has done." Matinee 2 to 5 Usual Admission Evenipg 7 to 11 SHERMAN THEATRE TRURS, BCT, Ifi Return of the "THE VERSATILES" under the perjonal direction cf F. Stuart-Whyte. Pressntlr-s Latest and Greatest Musical Comedy Success THE CANADIAN EXPRESS A Complete Scenic. Production and Beautiful NOTE: The Performance will be preceded by tlie Old Country Pierrots in songs and dances. PRICES: 50c to SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE. Concert ------BY THE------ Lethbridge Excelsior Male UNDER AUSP1CCES OF Y. M. C. A. Y. M. C. A. AU 3ITORIUM, ON Thursday, October 16th, at 8 p.m. MR. FRANK A. MAXWELL .MISS CISEIE SIMM MR. H. G. KILNER This announcement will be welcomed by tlioso familiar ivith the of.this choir. Those who hive not beard this tion of-stngers should not miss Ibis opportunity. Tickets on Sale at the Leading Drug Stores FRANK WOOD and Singer listing lo Immense crowds every- where. Seats are now se.llins .at the box office. Prices, 50 cents, 55 cents. and H.50. The Schuberts Coming The band have secured Ihe -Schuberl's orchestra for a con- cert here ar.d it gives promise of be- ing one of Hie biggest musical events of the year. The band will also ap- pear .with the flue, new instruments, and there should bs a packed house. There Isn't room for a suggeGtlon of doubt as to the merit of the pro- gramme. t Splendid Sinjtr >t the Bijou It Is sate to say that the finest sing- er ever heard in a motion piclure the- atre In Lelhhridge, or. Indeed, else- where, can this week be heard at the popular BIJou. Brer' tho rioroe of the besl in oven-thing the "theatre beau- tiful" has but maintained its reputa- tion In this case. Possessing a beau- liful soprano vo'ce and a charming personality Miss Jlaltbewn. simply runs away with tho affections of the audience, A photo-play of real, merit, "Math- in two acts, will be shown to- In conjunction with two com- cdlca. The feature subject a Euro- pean drama of strength and charac- ter, possessing a strong plot, capably handled amidst sellings of unusual excellence. The two 'comedies are funny In the extreme, Tor this week, a series of splendid features have been arranged. Watch for announcements, they will Interest you. Riding in Ottrlch >t the Emprm Frequenters of picture bouses who wish-lo eee something exciting and quite novel In "movies" cannot do 1 ter than visit'tie popular Emprcis, and see the sensational ride on the bacV of an osfrfch in the great African drama "A Wild Th.U rem able performed by Miss 6ie Ej-f.lon, a noted actress. of tho Bclig Co., who are tho producers ol this wonderful film. Pathe's Weehlv again afforded much rrleaiure to the large audience. 7he comerVIes, "Mr. Bolton's featuring John Bunny and Flora Finch.'and "it.Wasn't Poison'After All." are ot the best kind, and fatly maintain Wie reputation c-f tho. Em- press for providing good laughs.' The-many admirers of that-ropular vocalist, Mr. Benjamin. Owen will re- gret to hear that the bad cold he has been laboring under has become so pevero as to entirely prevent htm from appearing today. -Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Owen, and all hope for his speedy recovery. "Tht Vertatlles" to Return Mr. F'. Stuart-Whyte'a Inimitable. the clever musi- cal comedy organization that created such a favorable Impression on the oc- casion of their here, have been booked for a return engage- ment by -Manager Wilson for the ev- ening o! Thursday, October 16. tit the. Sherman Theatre. They will present .heir new musical comedy success. 'The Canadian trie scenes of which are laid on 'board a tourist sleeping car on the Canadian Unfilled 'O. 23, The plot concerns a >oung English- man, tho lion. Artie, bis father, Sir Charles, hie sweetheart North, and a car full of fellow paaaengers.. Artie is being brought to Canada lo give lilrn a chance to prove Vila courage and ability-on a ranch put wesl. This 8lcrw method does' not appeal lo Arlle and he tries to hurry mailers by sr ranging a supposed hold-up of the train, lu which he Is to overpower the robber, for a consideration. Shortly before the appointed tour, a real train robber enters upon, (he scene, an'c At the -Sherman Next Saturday N'assau UO.L., London, Ont., is saM to be raising a company o[ 59 mea (0 A-Montreal detective caught signals from a. window nrirl.jreJ'f'ueiJ two llttlg girls from while slayers. ..Mrs. hotel and store al Sturgeon. I'ofrit- were burned, aloojl 'ArHe geUthe baUlo of felt Ijf.e. rrtb adjoinfns ;