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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October IS, 1013 THE LETItBWPftE DAILY HERALD SHERMAN THEATRE Special Holiday Engagement RETURN pF THE Under the Personal Direction of F. Stewart Whyte PRICES Evening 50c to Matinee Monday 25 and 50c MATINEE and NIGHT-Thanksgiving Day-MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 "UP THE RIVER" An Elaborate Scenic Production and Beautiful Costumes Tuesday Nigl Canadian ..MONDAY TUESDAY 5 FULL TWO DAYS ONLY AT Starland iSherman To- Night ,'jSt rifto Portflr, author of Girt i.--..' NOVELTY ViSUCCESS PATHOS 4 u; NOW ON SALE AT ,BOX OFFICE PRICES 50c to nbV-'mi-'ftile at the box "Tht LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT-THE' PRESS: AGENTS HAVE TO .SAY. ST. PATRICK'S MINSTRELS Isttr-- City Musical Organization Pltaied Lethbrldge Audience at Mijettle bait Night I A. nicely filled ?t Medtclao Hat musical company R-t eTsr eGsayed to play before a Ultifcrridge audience, when the St. }'atricfc'B MtnB'Vjs of Medicine. Hat" Beared at last in attempting to. stage R minstrel the. Medicine Mat people have :.Jortaliea. a hard but they _ve succeeded In filling out a unique jileaiing programme of two hours' and Of coufee, Ins before -a critical -audience In a mango city, tlioj- hava to comparison' with, regular road 1 jinpanlea, Uift-Meiilclne Mat people [eaikq that they.have undertaken a (-k tasfc, and wme nervousnees'on the [-art of the players marred in performance.. However, ''n't company a whole iraa good. The chonts work, and the si aging of Rert Bryan, were- perhaps th? features. Tho Scotch representa- tion in the audience naturally pleased with the pipers and Highland dancers appearing In" the bti Messrs.- Jas. .Hogg and Chae'. noblneorr can Jiandte the pipes .with "the best, while .Jessie Gordon and. little RelU Hogg are pastmaatora (n the art of High- land dancing, the latter particularly being a favorite with tlie audience. A moonlight double sextette, prettily staged, fs another pleasing failure. End men of class, a good male quart- ette, nhd ft. cabaret sceno at the con- clusion, ail go to make up' a worthy of -Medicine and seeing. The people of the Hat.are onxtbuB to have the Bra.- matte'society etage "San in their city' during the winter and local peo- ple can help cement the kindly rela- tions between the two cHlee. at1 the i tiam'e time givinp "Sen Toy" a boost by hearing the 3L Patrick's Minstrels of Medicine Hat, on their last appear- ance (onlghi. The Empress Friday and Saturday r' "The Penalty of Two Reels'of Thrlllt, Stnlltlon and Exc'rtenunt OAUMONT'3 WEEKLY OTHER OOOD ONIS MONDAY AND TUtSOAY N8XT "A Prince Evil" SPECIAL AN RNTRANCINQ DRAMA IN TWO REEU "Freckles" tomes Sherman. Theatre tonight. Those who.liave rend-.Gene Straltpn-Pqrter's fBECii ing .saine number in Ihe, even more fleUghtetlj with t'r.ts chartoing play which exhales-all-the fragrance and romance of .the Indiana LimTjtTlost. "H ie not only light of an insptraUou, but UJB one erf the' most'realiaUc and pjoduc-1 tloiis o? morterii .stagecraft., for the heanty of nnUire and the lirVith 'of, romance KTC found-In toe atory.H You. must hnowr .frecXles, the, lit- tle homeless waif, so many peoplo'all over read about .His story, his HCfi, has -r- resistibly appealed to' and enthralled people In half-a-dozen II-Is-hard lo many mbn, vronie'n and children hive follow- ed iliia pathetic UlUc hero from the stops of Ibo fouiHllfng'honie, where be Is foreaSien, with oue liancl cruelly chopped off. and from there, in after years through-all the vicissitudes ot Me fight ruemendous 'odds, for a name and place of honor iii the world t-and can afford to mis a Boeing their imagination pictur- ed. The Frechlefl-that you will sen when rlcoo, coming down the curduroy into the heart of the Limherlosl. is A plucky llttlo red-head- creature In whom nature seems to have blended all her moods. Nature was hiB mother, and endowed him Tvlth ftll the gifts fit her command. In htm will be found the fiercenetu, of the raging tempeM. the plly of tho'breeze when It sighs through tho the ]oy of the sun the rippling waters, t'ne brooding of the and the peace of. twilight. To him tho trees And and rocfcs and wMerfftlM spflik In a tain ianguige. You will listen lo'the simple atorV of iimple as he Ulls It to hia you wUlsee the JUrht of Joy, shadow of Badness, flash of earnestness of desire playing In hta 6yea and on bis as ho'lftlts. htr of WR greit love. You will sw him rise from a'fowly 11 Co to one. of Mid power, through 'TliBnktfiYing altractioa of ths Sh'ermmn Theatre Stuart who scored BUctiTa pplendid succesR1 In "the Fame- hquso "on evening. thtlr return the Mordar afterhoori llie'j.i'lay1, on. bo the the lacllwi li'.tln n'.iirtical gem ii laid on the mala 'The'tttraderB a.ycung and hi? fOuaUjr fashionable .party of vrjho, arft.apending tha aa hla The company have presented this offering several times ,on their fall tour, ani the musical numbers are be even more effective than those .Jn- "The -Canadian the oflerlng on Thursday, while, the comedy are num'eVous and amublng. will give- their last Lethtiridge for this sea'son on Tuesday nightr ".The ;Cana3iaii Kxyreea" will lie ro- for tho benefit of ralfzod it on Thursday on ac- count erf the limited seating capacity o! tho theatre. Soats are DOW on sale 4" Big Attraction for SUrlind The" following f the first pho'O'play produced ri Canada, vii.. "The Dtfence'of Mon- treal which will be offered 39, the lieadliner- ot -mid-week change of -progrflTtime ftt on Vt'edneaday'and Thursday. "The Battle "of the- Ixmg Sault, the Defence of .Montreal In is a-Sfcal Defence of Montreal O a This.production the iden- tical ground where the ..early historic Can- adian pioneers .scorned death and courted the fiendish .tortures of the savages in their deternijnation to posterity what we arc nmv so proud to call the fair "Land of the Maple." B >o For 2 Days Wednesday Adults 15c Children lOc A.t the Cmpreie It vouiil be a very 'difficult to find a more entertaining and amus- ing programme than is provided at Empress -for today's' shoiv. The feature play, "The reproduction In motion pictures ot; stirring 'episode In Canada's 1 tmiuMoa. alike for the riot, the act- earlr hijtorr, am an-event ttat will 'OS lhe .netting, of which BO down through the agea aa one of -are llle besi- Tl0 and the daring deeds of'ifalor. The production was at Aged on the identical gro-jnd the early his- loric Canadian pioneers scorned death and courted the (lendltb tortures of the Mvajes in their dcierminstton to save to posterity vhtt are'now proud to call of tho Maple." Over 350 genuine Iroquofc and Al- gonouin IndlRnfj direct 'descendants of the men who fought In tins battle, rpimed part of the CMt o( 400, and no has been Iti maVIng the jilctu'e hUtortcully correct la er- ery detail. interest of the audience U arousod from the introduction of cruofca and well maintained rljht (hrough lo the end of the play, and all who Kite to follow, nn offering (nil ot tha heat effects In plciuretlom should avutt themselves of the chance ot II. Gaumont's Weekly IB unyueilfon- ably one of tho very best ever In picture house in the city, Every item ft of .paramount interest, and Ehotvn in particularly clear-out photography. The comedies "Taming Tender- In wWch a'treal and the bwr a Trlei Sodely In wblch.the aafd Mag- gie brings upon herself and her gen- tiemtvn of leisure, tho anger of the outraged are of tbo very best and caused great merriment. Tha management wish 10 draw special attention to the programme for 'Monday and Tuesday next, and also for Iho tarns days the week after, vlr., 2Hh and 28lh, when, two o! the very best special feature plays ever exhibited In the city will he produced. "The Prince of Evil" on the first dnte "A Dash for Ubertv" on the lai- Ur. DOCTOR AflREStED. Vancouver, Oct. F. flgh rfls brought to Vancouver, tod ay, and will be tried on' it'charge of hav- ing threatened to mnrder-hls'Wile, The allegation of the woman-is that her husband, who. It is aaid, practiced mediolne in wceo hera' and Prince.Rupert, want' (o shoit her. HAIL WAS SCATTERED IN NEIOH. BOR1NQ PROVINCE, Damage DurTng Shawn .To About and .the' Oepth- ment Will Have Reslnn. Saek., Oct. ol US' municipalities biking advantage, of tha new. provincial Insurance .act. tberc will be K in which rlnlras (or. damage will he paid.this yeaiy these claims totalling The review ol the bail commission was Issued to- day, and.showB that when every claim expense has been met there will be i surplus of The damage br hall is shown lo' be scattered lnv' northern and !southorn municipalities, and the claims paid In the northern murMcipalltles total. while thos.Q-pald .south Egsregate; The name of tbo Canada Transport- ation has been changed to Canada Steamship Lines', .Ltd. XHffiSQQK ;