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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-riflsy, October 24. 1913 THE LETHBRlpGE DAILY HERALD TONIGHT SHERMAN THEATRE TOMORROW "A HERO AMONG MEN" A Feature Subject of All-Compelling Interest Monday and Tuesday "Breaking Into the Big League" Featuring McGraw and Treat for Lovers of the National Game. LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY Powerful British it the Bijou Tonight Kef aome lime a large portion the public "have clamoring for films of BrHiah origin. Always .will- Ins to ceifr io tbc wishes of thrir pat rone, tbc management of the Bijou have Btcured a number of aubjccU of JMtteii manufacture. "Hie offering lonlgM, "Beblnd the by (tie riatendon Co.. of London, Knglar.d, IE a three-reel production of realities or the and coraes to us very highly recommended. "The Animated the lal- ret and best, will also be shown, aa an an excellent comedy subject, Special Feature-at the Empreis "Honor Thy Kallier." the great two reel special feature that will tie1 the r in the week-end programme Today BIJOU THEATRE Tomorrow some young California actor, whose liberal histrionic attainments been found to iuil admirably [be role he portrays in "The Barrier." Car- rol 1 Aehbu rn niay be recount zed by many as a talented actor who achieved marked S'JCCMS as the dope fiend in Clyde Fitch's last and great- est play, City." and as David Qutxano, the eccentric Jewish violin- ist, in "The Melting Hot." Mr. lurni is cast as Poleon Uoret, the Frencb-Caisadian in "The Grace who asEun'.PB.Xecia. ban long been identified with this pari, and played it originally through- out the west and middle went.'. She is a beautiful young womin, whose abil- ity Is well In keeping .with- her en- viable-reputation as a finished artist. Alh.na. tbe Indian squav.-, finds in Uie young BUCCBSEfully "BEHIND THE SCENES" A POWERFUL DRAMA OF THE STAGE ALL BRITISH COMPANY IN THREE PASTS. "Animated The Latest and Best M ihis popular retort, is a heart in- vleualkes her a most capable, actress" foresting story of how a daughter, de- in the.person ol Agnes Marshall, Miss the eril influence of Lire un. Marshall'has played everything from tnrupuiouE' people, her mother and light comedy parts to exacting Shakes- brother who" were disinherited, re-j Parian roles. Her career of. contiti- ins faithful to her dead father's ual Euccees IB a. practical'demonHra- wfchfis. and saves the family name j of the old adage that an "actor bt-A fortune. Th.s SB a photoplay of in tlrae plays many. :he very bsat kind, and is overflow The irence between1 MTss Marshall and Throughout lae entire series of pic- the management lias adhered 1 lo the actual history of the pcsEtionB.of the armies and the unl- forms and equipment of the men are correct to the smallest detail. The fim exhibition of "The, flattie of be ahowa at Star- land on -Monday- afternoon, the .lirat performance commencing at two o'- clock sharp, and the last closing at five o'clock. The same performance will be repeated on Monday esemng, tbc first show to start at 7 o'clock sharr, the lust closing at eleven "o'- clock. viili tfcose excHing situations that 1 clever'character, actresses from f former has always and keop yo.rr attention lo last, Gaumont's great Weekly, as !t> cus- tomary la our weefe end programrueE. been fdenllfied with successes, and HBB invariably enjoyed the privilege of. receiving her training -under .-tlie project on the screen the latest. fln-l-class directors. and best In moring picture news. Sca'lf; on pa3e at or" the Cattle I Allln'5 i lolls in a talc' full or, wild western! _- piril of how a fun-loving .girl stirs up the-rancli to a flEale ot great ex- citement, and taking all the blame coraes out on top. The principal in-this amusing drama are in Ccpital Week-End Pro gram me at- the Sherman The standard ol- entertainment pro- vided at this house of amusement is 'daily becoming -iDore popular, the. flESCUERS AT WELSH COLLIER- IES HAD NARROW-1 ESCX'PE V LUDICROUS; 1-or.don, Oct. 23. nearly added to tragedy'yesterday in lhc experience of a..patty..of "twenty- in the irnivcrsal colliery at the hands of: ,tliose. .verj- capable 1 raanagement 4 sparing' to took Staiiley andjgive the' public the very To- Gibson, which ensures the night and tomorrow the feature. There Is also a aide spllltang omody, "The Cheapest that vill delighE everybody. Mnr.day and Tuesday, next the great in two reels "A Dash for. fire .ibprly." "The Barrier" week ngo. imprisoning nearly (our Ihunctrcd men. It is. presumed that Horo Among-Men." IV a story dealing I3C5 miist haYe .cfforis. with a phase of human '-nature' ever iarc still. -made to. reach present iulh am! is calculated maV ne alne.Uo impreFc veir streiigly all'who .take'Df thc. rfeatl anrt .pat the ffliac In seeing II. iin oraer. On Monday great' firarchcrs yesterday; all p.romir story, entitled "Breaking of lhc mitie' had the JHg featuring MrG'nuv 1thcir to thc "unrler- Tn "The Barrier." the dramatization f Itex Reach's noiel of that name, to-the Jilajeatlc Theatre Orlorier 30 and 31. the manaee- 1 the management wishes to impress t has a winner, which these two datea on the minds of the and -Malhewgon, the kings ot the 'ills- wlito they were sudttfnly.as- mond. In every sense.ot the Sas an.d would have hren the subject is an., excellent one. and Mt. not .a prove attractive theatre- The company presenting this dramfc of the f Includes In its personnel f-vBtal Ti'pD-knoivn actora. Frank who will b fielf tlie greatness of'thts, .the man chalteuRtd footrace or many world's greatest photo-play, it is a down the ftallery, with death Mra- rts [n'seirerai rural comcdy-dramis. feature that one must see to appre-lscH and all olheis a -.certainty, l.'n PoBtmaater, Way Down i child' in Lcthbrldge sbould take the r.d nunjr otlierf.' More opporliraity -of witnessing this vivid !l ECJlon, lo be eiut, .Mr. Ireaon reproduction of Uie. dcridlng'battle he- every.-m'aiu woman and his challenge been accepted, for the. ap Identified wllh tbe remarkably the boys of. l Grey. :cce6sful play, "The cslraordinary. special 'is in five Web he issumed the character of. full -reels, and was produced at a. COB! .Uher Kelly, Uie lovabia trissl, The which' were hlch tie (cored the greatest success made on the scene of tbe conflict, are his ctrew. j admirably staged, and the charges and ivdwird who _ minMurrop, requiring large bodies of urrell, Ihe army officer. Is a tend- Iroops bave been well handled. gallery a lew hiimlted -feet tcvniid nas still ablate. The allccied men were controlled wilh great difficulty and were finall) brought to the sur- face where all ijuickly revived. .Hotel for New. Town The Empress Holel Co. Is Incor- porated lo build a Jiotel In the.- new (own ot Kmpress, cotllng MONDAY TUESDAY The Battle of Gettysburg I CO a o (8 Fwcing dcfc'ol on the Third Day, General Lcc guvc Ihr. order (o (ienornl Picked io clinrfic, .and the brave sol- diers followed tlieir tender Mironuli a iniirdcroiis fire. a fierce cannonading, ror did Ilicy slop until inosl of their numbers were sliclclied lifeless upon Ihe.- 'Ihis is lhc most heroic nnd sensational incident in1 (lie hisfory of Hie world, and is s'nowu in lhc film in ill! drlail. Big Orchestra in Attendance Quality The Empress Comfort FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY "Honor Thy Father" A Heart Intereitlng Story in Two Rteli GAUMONT'S WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES Tuesday thjt Great Sensation A Dash for Liberty 25 PER CENT. UNDER CENT -ADVANCE PRE- DLCTED Boston, Oct. 23--rrA 'leading- sole leather" lanher 'TVHh: produc- iiqn sole- .leather: 20% to 25% lesB than current consumption, and; whlj' hide at the high eat rqs-in the history of the world, there 1s only one way that aole leather prices can and 'that !s up. A3- ces "up to date fcftve been some- slower than anticipated. At the same lime sole leather is averag- ing two to three per cents per" pound higher then three weefcu ago. The asking- price of union sole Xo. 1 grade 41 "cents today, and I predict ifiat before the end of this .year this grade of leather will on a 42-hasis al the toiyesl, and may easily go higher. Shoemakers have been curtailing as r the sole' leather' producers, But their curt ailment is and lias been very much !PES than that ot the mak- ers of sole leather At the same time there la a market for every pound of sole leather If, as sta- tistics seem to de'mostrate, we arc In an era of "permanently 'higher prices for hides, the leather merchant IB eith- er going1 to get his asking price or so out .of business. "Very few persons appreciate how baa teen the change 'n manu- facturing and selling policy in llie sole leather business In the last four yean.. Through the" diiastrous ex- perience of 1910 and 1911, tanners learned theh- lessoa. Today leather Is being ayBlemtlkalty under-produc- ed. and H Is being merchandised not In Enormous forward sales but near- er to the Ume of gcins fno consump- tion. The tanner Jntsead of selling six months ahead .sells "at most ahead, and more than that he lias, put O'Jt deceptive discounts and meUiotfg of 'doing business In tho old days a boohl year like I9J2 would have been followed by a dras tic slump. Rut 1913 16 'date has been a year of excellent profits, and while it will not duplicate- 1012, it will not bo 'far behind." TheHallowell Concert Co. Of be at the EMPRESS THEATRE Friday, Oct. 31st Under' Auipfces LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Highest class concert .pany.' Every member an artist. 7_hr his Hne. "Hanowell Companv pleasant surprise. Splendid troupe of mueical artists. The.r irork has not been excelled In Regius except by world famous not- ables such as Melba, Kocian and Parlow." .Xfornlng Leader- WITCHES AND GHOSTS Will hold a revelry in the K. P. HALL Tuesday Evening, Oct. 28 At o'clock under, the aus- pices of the Young Sod- ality of St. Patrick's Church. Come and see the Ghosts' Par- ade. Musfcal Program. Admission 10c, Supper 10c to 20c DUTCH SHOES GROW IN FAVOR 'For Love of the Flag' Two Reel Special A SENSATIONAL WESTERN DRAMATIC MILITARV SUBJECT SHOWING HOW A SOLDIER SACRI- FICED THE LIFE OF THE GIRL HE LOVED FOR THE FLAG OF HIS COUNTRY Other Specials on Same Bill Majestic Theatre, TO-NIGHT AUSPICES OF THE CITY BAND, THE CELEBRATED SCHUBERT SYMPHONY CLUB and LADY QUARTETTE atiltted by the fJmoui Entertilnir, MISS HAZEL CROSBY and the Amtric.n Violin TH08. VALENTINE PURCELL A Musical entertainment of the greatest enjoyaWe to the Muilclan and the Mauec SEE OUR SPEAKS FOR ITSELF PRICES: 60c, 75c truS 11.00 Don't Miw Ulla TfMtt SeaU on Site at Allln'i Drug-Book S'ore BAND Saturday Night at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.3O J) FERXIE- Fernic. B.C., Oct. Alexan- der Robertson, provincial siipisrintenii- cnvoC tducation, is In ol- ficial businesF.. Rev. is Bpending the eok in Fernie in thc inlerEBls of Ibo Presbyterian church. George Pedlar, editor of the Free PreEB. left Fernie >esterdar for a vis- it to his former home In Ontario. Robert of the Tepee Coal Creek, left here' last night for a trip to New York. Bert. Whimster, .of Edmonton, IB visiting his parents and renewing old acquaintances in Fernie. Thc Supreme Court is now in ses- sion imdor Chief Justice Hunter. There are Quite a number of criminal cases in thc docket Thanksgiving was nuiellT observed in Fernie. Services in the chtirchw and at the hotels were the orders of the day, many taking ad- vantage of the delightful weather for mountain and tramps in the 'woods, while many spent the day at Eilio tbe beautiful. Wooden Footwear Industry Is Rapid- ly Expanding Washington, D.C., Oct. shoes mar yet beconie Uie vogue In the United Stales, for an announce- ment bj- tho United Slates forest ser- vice today declared the Indualrr of manufacturing such footgear had "reached .considerable proportions." While the wearers are not 3'ct nunr "Play Ball" McGRAW and MATHEWSON, "BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE1' at the Sherman Mon. and Tues. COWLEY, Couiey, Oct. 20. J. F. V.'eddle spent a few days', in" Letbbiidge. Thos. Shepherd paid a flying Tlsit to Jiacleod. A very serious accident occurred on Oct. llth to H. Coaies. Wbile returning from town.his in some way or otber bfcame: uti- manastablc. lie was .thrown from bis rig, his leg and arm, ivcre broken, also other serious injuries inflicted. gary and bas- returned, accompaniett by bis Welter GOTT. F. S. Blake left lor Vancouver, B. C. Mr. McDougall, proprietor o' Fernie Lumber Co., is viiitiot Jn town. Fred Tuslian is wwfrwHl MH bouse witb Mrs. J. P. Freeman, ol thfi returned borne cm lut al- ter a pteasjnt visit in LHh- bridge. The Ladies' Institute met it tin bome of Mrs. E.' Broinlej cm Satur- day last. Quite 3 number T.trt enl. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardner. IM sprndiog a few days in CaTgarf, bered among the 5 o'clock tea habit- Mr. Cotes was removed to Ibe 1'inch- ues or tbe darlings of the drawing r Creek hospital.. George Gow a in Cal- Kdmonton, Alia., Oct. 33. Otto Rudolph, Ihe sixteen-) fir-old boy, wbo was yesterday dismissed on the charge of murdering CatL-Jsolting, is now before the coiirtslon a charge of attempting Mur- The jhree BOJS werft. out sboot- jliig on Joly 28, Rudolph stumbled a 'slump and'.'t lie y rerolver ploJed, killing Noiting.' Filfem.miQ- vtts tiler Murtr was shot in tbe 1X24 rid 'It 'li tllegod Mat r kill. rooms or salons, nevertheless the de- mand' for foot, covering peculiar, to Holland Is growing. "Tliese the forest servlce.of- flclals declare, "cost from 60 to 75 cents a pair, and arc good for two years. "They are worn by those wbo bave lo work In coM or wet places, such tanneries, breweries and livery stables, and by workmen in steel mills arid glass factoriee, wbo must walk on. hot or floors. Farm- ers, too, arc classed among the users." When through old age the bodily functions become.'lug timely and efec'tlve aid, without d i or' a 'bok at jtrnr Naval Expansion. London, Oct. CUna bin to establish a. central naral at Shanghai. Ttils will work of tbe naval already In operailon at Tien Tsin, Nanklac, and Canton la nurauanco of Cblna'i [iollcy naral expansion.' U Is Intended to make Shanghai the most .Important naval base. Orders are expectM toon for a number of additional sblps. INFORMATION BLANK ,_____________1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbridge, Alia. OFFICE IN i ant interested in the Herald's Cash.Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you- send me a few su-pplies and further information ADDRESS ;