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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 22, THE LKTII BRIDGE BAIT A' HERALD LETHBR1DGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY Notable Production at the Bijou j or the greatest examples of oiioa picture art ever exhibited !Q j v city will tonight be presented at popular Bijou, "la the Toils cl Devil." la three parts. lit a Tit 1 despondency a ruao of uobfe birth hta EOU! lor thn sake ot rich- B. The consequences" of MR raeb it ana vividly pyrlrayed In a series r truly wonderful scenes. This j-ro- ucUon to be teen to ripprpcial- 0. and the management have no litsl- iflon ID rvcoimuemllcg U to their at rone. A (unoy film. "Jane and music by the Bijou orchestra the programme. on "Gettysburg" Times: Among luu fuple who saw "The Battle of jEburg" at the Paris last week, were of the "uo.vir in blue and -ray. Among those who lie reproduction of the crash and 'ash of cavalry and infantry were iany with tear-dimmed eyes and that bled In memory of lovoj that war. grim harvester, had tftfcered. Valiant uM soldiers salui- d -vltli trembling hands their or irant. Mr. Ince lias [rtctured lite; more could be said of any play? Brooklyn Standard Union: Tester- ay afternoon at Cohan Harris' rand Opera House, JJanhattan, the -t presentation of the' motion pic- es of "The Haitte of UcityEburx" ry given, and caused a large t-cte to' very" demonstrative as the struggle waged bacfc and forth tbe Noriboru and So'Jlheru troops. Scenes iiriur tbe war are phcn. and also afier ilie war. Sev- eral of the great generals arc repre- sented, as well as iTesldeut Llucoln 'Mn firing tils grt-at speech ou" the bai.lcik-M. Is certainly a, ihrHlec. lias a cliarmiup love story running lit rough It. This extraordinary feature attrac- tion will bo offered for two days only. commencing Monday. Tliere will be 2 special augmented orrlieslra hi -at- at StarJand for this WR .At the Empress Tlicro was VL large f la tiro audience at this picture house ifst night, whose delight at the fare I'raided v-as very --i.ianifefil. i'Jusi is n.vtry, ititcresling drama, eho-ving contrast net ween th luil Ji-r r.olJ. and love of home in a very manner, the fate-of the three Inrlhtir being very tragic. 'One Clpod Turn- Uesurves Anoth- er" is An siory or an ariar- chis: I'lol to destroy a'princess, lold En a very intense yay, jhc svonery anil actlug. especially, of tbe chlW, who was lo have keeri the medium, being of the liest. Patbc's Weekly uaG fully up to the SHERMAN THEATRE ALWAYS A PLEASING PERFORMANCE Tonight "The Snare of Fate" ONE OK THE HKST Friday and Saturday "A Hero Among Men" AN APPEALING SUBJECT OF THE WORLD OF TODAY Monday and Tuesday "Breaking Into the Big League" FEATURING McGRAW MATHEWSON, THE.GIANTS OF THE DIAMOND Wednesday and Thursday "Alone in the Jungle" THE KING OF ANIMAL PICTURES excellent blandard of these remark- ably popular and InstruUive films and afforded much enjoyment. .The comedy, "Tobias Vi'snls Out" Is a highly amusing story of a mallgner- ing foldler. wiio by various schemes j endeavors to obtain discharge, and ilie iutlden surprises he meets with at I the liands of the army doctor" are-as j effectual as thev are laughable. I Coming tomorrow: "Honor Thy Fa- they." a heart-Interesting drama, (ull of human sentiment, In two ree'e of the best class, and next week one ol tlie most sensational films evur'setrf In ihe city, "A Dash for I.ibeitv." The HalloweU Concert Co. 3n the JlaltaweirconcerL Co. lo Ibe public', ihe Order of Moose wishes lo announce that tiils- orches- tra ranks on a, level with the -finest MONDAY 1MH1 TUESDAY The Battle of Gettysburg tn st bo o A feature Plmto-pliiy is practically unknown lo Ihe pulilicof Lethbridgc and will i-cinnin so until "THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG'1 is wilncsswi. Of course there have hern first class features lo be seen here sucli.'iis "The and "Tin; Prisoner of but even these'bii; allraclions 'niiist only be classed second lo the magnificent five-reel produclion "Tito rJatlle of which will'hu oll'eied jit SlarliMid for hvo days qiily, commencing Mon- tn B- S' Op 3 O to. en Special Augmented Orchestra in Attendance MAJESTIC Thurs. Oct 30-31 PiC'fiirn oi' llio KEX BEACH'S PJ-AY .CAST AXI) PRODUCTION''- Kvei; OlVi-rcd in p.Mon.OctJ Oui of (own orders filled Jn tlu: order received. Plume 1135 BIJOU Tonight BIJOU "In the Toils of the Devil" A Feature Film Absolutely Unique in Three Immense Reels. BIJOU And No BIJOU concert companies, eacb individual being a schtfpled1'musician, of'whom part of them'aTe of some of ihe best musical schoals of the East, played in some of ihe fin- est bands arid "orchestras of, the Un- ited States, which places them In a poeUlon, to .render" the best of music. .Confirm.this and-hearing for yourself. Standard overtures, characterlsllc acd descriptive music, popular and standard selections. Fine solos, played by renowned artists. Something please everyone. Con- cert given at Empress Theatre on Fri- day, October 31. Timely Feature Coming to the Sher- The policy adopted by the management of this popular house of: amusement has resulted in thc'.securing. of a great two-reel fea- ture for Monday "and Tuesday next. entitled "Breaking-into the Big Lea- featuring those great ball play- ers, McGra-v and''iSathewson. This comes ti'lien the over the world's subsided, and welcomed by "all lovers of the Ameritan national game. On the 29th, the greatest and final attempt-, of those--inasters of animal pictures, the Sellg Co., will present 'Alone In the acclaimed by the ..'critics of-" the motion picture as tie femarkahle and sensational animal picture ever pro- ected on the screen. Tonight "TJie Snaro of irltl presented for. tha'Tast is commended to al] pstroos as a feature Tror'Lfa while. On and Saturday 'A'Hero Among M.enV-ia :r, and in-everj- sense of the word Ig a masterpiece. "The In the Interest aroused ivithin the last five years by of the er playrigjits, the" promising work of .has. been over- looked" to a extent, in 'The presented at the Majestic Theatre on October and 31, is the Presbrey effort thai has made him secure In thu hearts of Am- erican Mheafre-goers. Adapted from the novel of the same' name by Rex Beach, 'The Barrier" retains all of its fiery dialogue, and. the stirring situations that made it.such a favor- ite with readers a few years ago. The play deals Kith events that oc tiir in the Far gold fields of Alaska, to be exacL Tn the year 1000 one John Gale, or Qalvqrthy, as he afterwards proves to be, settles at Flambeau, a trading post. Gale-has a mysterious peeU which loavca the future or his oldest daughter.-Neda in doubt The unfettered north coun try, where ''there wag no law north of Is suddenly placed "imdeir the ginVrdfariship of the United States ailo' soldiers arc sent" to Flambeau to maintain law and order. In charge o tHc's.oldlers.ia one .Capt." Burrell, a manly army officer of Kentucky ex traction. Burrfili immediately mafces friends of the belter element in Flambeau and Incurs tbe enmity of tbe "Play Ball" McpRAW and MATHEWSON. INTO THE BIG- LEAGUE" it the Sherman next MOD. and Tues. contingent Between Ihe beautiful Xecia and the dauntless Southerner there springs up a friendship which is fanned into love. Then the Inevlt able ot 'Necia's cirth- he- comee a matter of moment, and Bur- rell Is about to ask for the hand of the reraarkahlq child of the north, he realizes that to marry a wo- man Is branded as a squaw vrould only invite ostracism from not only Jris fellow army officers, but his Silgh strung Southern relatives as vrell. Torn lietveen lore and the accom- panying disgrace and social edict ag-1 nst a promising'career, Durrell is aved from rashly eschewing his Al- ihan sweetheart by the father' of who comes forward wlt3i a mely'confession'to the effect-that ecla's father and mother were while eople. With the barrier between ness and discontent thus suniiDunt- d, Burrell is left free to marry bis hoice.- t In the enactment of this sterling rama of Alaska, the management is ole to announce, an rank 1 reson; well remembered lo- allr for his work as Father Kelly in The Rosary" last season, will be eenjn the role of John Gant, a part t fits him admirably. Captain Bur- ell be assumed by Edward learn, a capable young California ctor; while Grace Johnson, a cap- ble and beautiful young is ,ast as Other members of the cast include Carroll Ashburn, as Pol- on Corel; Agnes Marshall, as Alluna, nd kichard Krazler, as No Crcekl.ee, be lucklete miner. Seats are now on saie at Kenny llln's drug-book store. Pleasarc The Empress Comfort AND THUMDAY ONLY t f "Just Gold" A Keenly Interetting of the PATHE'S WEEKLY OTHER 0000 FRIDAY ANO SATURDAY "Honor Thy Coming-A Dash for Liberty Tbe Halloweli Concert Co. Of Chicago, will be at the EMPRESS THEATRE Friday, Oct. 31tt Under Autplclt LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Highest class concert com- pany. EVCT> member an arllsl In Me KM. "llalloMll Company pleasant surprise. Splendid troupe of musical artists. Their work lias not been excelled fn Rtglna except by world famous not- nbjCs sucli as Melha, Koclan'And KotfiJccn Parlow." Mor'ningr Leader. mi raw NEW INTERURBAN COMPANY PROJECT WHICH WILL EX TEND FORTY MILES Majestic Theatre, Tomorrow AUSPICES OF THE CITY'BANO, THt CELEBRATED SCHUBERT SYMPHONY CLUB and LADY QUARTETTE assisted by th- tflmous MISS HAZEL CROSBY and the American Violin Vlrtuoio, THOS, VALENTINE PURCELL A Musical entertainment of the greatest excellence, enjoyible allkt to the Musician and the SEK OUR SPEAKS FOR ITSELF PRICES: 50c, 75c.and Don't Miss thlj Treatl. Seats on Sale at Kenny Allin'B Drug-8ook Store BAND Saturday Night at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS .AT 7.3O Kdmonton. Oct. Legi urc la asked to consent to change the name of the Bassaoo Kl cctrlc Halliray Co. to am now nail way Co. This com r proposes to operate a forty-Mile electric line thro-jgh the ir rlgatlob black in. Stnithern Alberta passing througlt tbe town of Uasfino .o the Red Deer KU-cr, at a point near Fleldholm. The line will run along tbe road allowances ]n this dis- trict it fts staled that the promo- ters of ihia railway, as u-slTas the promoUrs of the Alberta Hallway from Cftlgary to Carbon, will ask for.a guarantee of securities from the government under tbe Light Raft ApBlslancc act. held by hia concern under-D. M cEwen t Co. had ex pi red, and ihcrefore, all agreements and hold- Jngs become subject to a new con- tract Cattle, saddle-horses 'arid th'e round-up outflt bare to be disposed of in the settlement of all.Interests Involved. .So far from the govern- ment having talcen any nction'lo close out the large rancher In favor of the small holders, he said, the Is the Gordon, Ironsides'fc'Faree have applied for a leme, to be held solely by them and not shared by others, as was caie up to now.and tbat tho Blood Indians bftve slgntfled .hat this Is thefr wiub; mum ran MM mm J. T.'CORDON DENIES THAT HIS FIRM "IS OUIETLY QUITTINQ 8LOOD RESERVE Winnipeg, pel. with regard to a report re graj. Ing K'ises. J. T. Gordon, president of the ft Fares Co. staled last night tho ten-years London, Oct. National Zeitung publtsiies an admittedly un-, confirmed sensational statement to the effect that the Canadian Pacific, railway has the support 5! Russia in systematically, -wakening Austria's defensive forces, anil that the 'emi-: grants1 passports were not forged- but issued in Russia', the being in a position to.maintain, duccd fares without itiisslan INFORMATION BLANK Herald SalMcriptkm Cwopaifn Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbridge, Alfa. OFFICE IN ACAPIA BlioCK 7 am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you send a few supplies and further information NAME ;