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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October THK LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 'f MUSIC MIRTH MINSTRELSY BIG STREET PARADE Friday Oct 17th Patrick's Minstrels Of Medicine AM ATE UK AfiGREGATIOX IX CAXADA LATEST SOXG HITS ELABORATE STAGE SETTINGS BEAUTIFUL IvLECTRICAL EFFECTS MINSTREL PRODUCTION 40: PEOPLE THEATRE October 17th and SEAT AT KENNY ALLIN'S '0 OU DRUG -BOOK T 0 N I G H T "BIJOU THEATRE" The- Man- Who- Dared Miss Marguerite Matthews In Thpse Songs My Mother Used to Sing An Unusual Feature Carrying One to The Land of Strong Men. A Thrilling Tale of the Royal North West Mounted Police. T 6 N I G H What Press Agents Have, to Say of r Their Shows Theatre Saty. Oct. 18th .SKATS NOW ON'SALE AT BOX OFFICE ts a Clean, Wholesome Bully Play Gene Stratton- Porler, aiitlibr of J'A Girl.ol the Llmliei- NOVELTY A SUCCESS UNIQUE SCENIC PRODUCTIONi Scintillating with' WIT, MUSIC, AND PATHOS PRICES SOo Uthbridge Excelsior Male Voice Choir Concert Y. M. C. A. Auditorium TO-NIGHT Eight o'clock Y: MR, FRANK A. MAXWELL MR. H. G. K1LNER MISS CfSSIE SIMM Tickets. 5Q cents [QNIFfOANT- ASPECT OF THE DECISION Ottawa; alanUs irt most congplcuouB hi tho highly Ira- of" IB'O Miipromo ourt In, tho case ywler- ay, is (hf afflrroatlot. bj' a r (he court of tJie principle (hut a rerfnciolly IB not limited of I tfons lo lerrltorjal boundaries ,o[ Mio provJnrV Ja.wtilCh It Is Incorporated, has (he right to go (o'otiier prbv- Jnses to carry cs its One of the hells new 1'ariu cu- heilral 20 loiia.'fthfle Us icc o'.ios add (mother FOUND EVIDENCE OF DOUBLE Two Men Had Bef Fishing Near -VViici'ts OVerwrneo Beat 'Found St PalrfcVs Minstralg Who like the old-Hme n.In- This class of enter lain in eiit j last, and "always be a leading at- traction. Among the o5iJ tiio famous lAw.Doclistader, Al. G. Fields tnd. PrlruroEC'B MlDstrelit win. re-, main fn tbeir mind3 as the one at- j traction -which-, they co-Jld always bank on Tor a show. There waa the Introduction of new and catchy songs, witty .BayinKS, fuouy' .corned- lane, and this branch of the profes- I Blon Is iindoubtedlT one of tbe-great- esl ptoducers.-or moat of our leading j comic -opera' stars today. So strong aii attraction has this befin in. the leg- limate field "that., amateur organiza- tions bave taken it .up with repeated and Patrick's Miii- lich" Vilp-appear at "the Ma- Th'eatro twb.nigb.ts, commencing Fridaiv October.'ll', have laid claim on the for western Canada. m Val 1 reports they. are certainly a strong bunch, and "will af- ford a'-" the highest, merit A Night of Pleasure To ni ght 1 heatre-go ers have an opportunity of seeing one of (be tleverest Tnusical companies that tour tha American continent. "The when here last sea.- Eon. created such an excellent im- pression that undoubtedly they be greeted bv a capacity audience, vehicle chosen, for.public ap- proval is "The Canadian and judging from the'excellent press notices received ia other pe rf or mane e is one that m ay lie strongly commended lo all lovers ol this class of entertainment. Wilson stakes his rpputa lion on Hie excellence of '-'The Versa .tiles1" which should oe sufficEent, as citizens .have come to rely on his word respecting tho class of entertainment furnlahed, either al or Majestic theatres. At Starland .Tonight Only Tonight positively pihoto-fans opportiinlty of witnessing what f wllhout dobut the most remartrabl Beries of motion pictures ever j sen ted before A audience ;-JTbl8 mtgnlflcent productlpnj entltlei" Life and Big Came Hunt in th. Jungles of India and bring j before, the spectator some very fine of .the innermost .recesses t'rthe jungles, with their, countless leties of animals. and replilcs. J Special racntioa is made of the fear i'eEB Maeal who.'ln. :nallTi armsd only wltb spears, arc r seen, to slay fn open -combat the most fearless of all beaita the African llon.: In concltiEion, and to quoto ex-Pre- sident' ono is compelled to say tbe .pictures are wonderful.'1 jla addition to this stupendous at- traction, 'there, la also, being'offered on the bill tonight, a special Keystohn comedy. This.'ossureg. ev- ery one visiting Starland tonight rlenly of amusement.. A BIJou Theatre .Mounted Pp- Come Early To-night Simply Great Wild Life and Big Game Hunt in the Jungles of India and Africa Three Reels of Wonder Also a Keystone Comedy 15 cents Ckildren 10 centi new and delightful song, "The Songs I My Mother Used to Sine." If-you liavc not already done BO, you should bear this, splendid singer. The man- agement have no hesitation In recom- mending this feature of the program to their mopt discriminating patrons. dramatized from -Gene popular novel of that name, by XeirTwomey will he pre- sented here for the first'time at the Sherman on Sati rday, October IS.' In making this dramatization, Mr. Twomey has adhered closely to Mrs. Porter's charming story and has re- tained every one of the famous characters that appear In the bcoJf. Consequently Freckles, the plucky waif who guards the great Ltmberlost, the Angel, of whom Freckles dreams; McLean, befriends FrecVlpG; Mrs, Duncan, who gives a mother's love and a home to Freckles; of McLean's timber gang; the Bird Woman: the Man of Affairs: Lord and Lady O'Moore, who come from Ireland in quest of a lost rela- tive; "tVesaner. a tlmfcer Ihlef, who rascality made easy; Jack, a villain, to whom thoughts of repent- ance too late, as well as Sears, a camp all appear to ad- vantage In the important and effect- ive life sludles. Seats are now on sale at the box office. Nelson, Oct. An OTerturnnd boal, to which were tied oars, fishing basket, fojnd float-: (tig In tho Kootenay- near ithe mptda, are. evidence of 'what the po- lice believe lo'bc a double- drowning tragedy. James Wi) Ham tin tit 'recently a moulder. In the N'elaon'Trpn .Works, and .a companion, whose name is un- known, hud been' eeert fishing 'ear where tho ooal was -foii'd, and are bcJ drowned. waa 6B years of age, and cam'c hero three years frqhi Port Arthur. Ho leavea a wife In N'elson, a son In SSn' FtanclBco, and'oih'or chtMren Hce haa always been 'object oi great prido to Ihc nat- urally follows, therefore, that a ture In which this organization a prominent part tro of great Interest. Such Is trie, leading-subject tonlsht, ".the Man Who In Iwo parts by the Eclair Co, this company bave aitit rainy inch pri.616 plays, and equipp- ed to carry tome to a tr.otcuful con- In.deUll is ever their watchword, and Js demonstrated the uniform fttfrn by IW [iv- lice. Tho ploMs [OTrfcrful and handled Two -good comedies and an' cd'uca- Ifnn'al Wonderful Anlnul Picture at Empreti One of the most Intense and thril- ling animal pictures-ever projected onto a screen -will be shoivn for the laat time todiy at this cosy home of good-things. "The.Tiger' is a drama IhaU for sustained interest. not been excelled by anything ever shown In the city, and (tie grim-detcrraini- lion of .'the father to avengo bis daugh- ter's cruel treatment by.her riiialn- cus husband creates a decidedly creepy feeling, which increases In in- tensity rUht (earful dlm The many Itertis of interest shown in Pathe's celebrated Weekly gave our patrons a very clear Insight of the latest important events. Auntie, In "Doing Mfce crc- of laughter'. In her attempts to capture the attention of the men. "Tl e Yarn of the Nancy In "a series of fine pictures, tells the talo or !ho fato of "the craw and the cap- tain, tcW'to a very amusing way.- "A 'ffllf of ia a Te'markably f lover comtdy of the actor's'dream, an4