Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
October 19! 15 THE LETJIBRTpOIv DAILY HERALD v Page 3 Press Agents) Have to Say of Their Shows "GetiyAb-j'g" at Starland Monday Following are some of tin? press owuonis on 'The Battle of which will be for iho time on Monday a: Starhind: Xei Yorl; World i Tin.1 vxondcrful ivv roe! film, which Mvldly repro- iircs the lerriljlo battle f llio Civil War. is arousing national Detroit News: This lecture off ere of the jnost. birikliig films o! war -IT vEsualUc-ti. uwstcrptecic was pro-! fid at a of and is In compete reels. Tbe first jiorforni- n.e of "The HaiUe o! Gettysburg" 111 Rceu at Slarland Monday ftr'inoon. the first'show tinning ai oV-lock. the lust oer- closlup at flvo. The first. [iflrforniance will commence 1 suvon o'clock promptly.' ihe !KSI ex'- show iit eleven o'clock, 'v.luj; to tlie piiormoHA cost of Eccur- lliis. the most toslly film iiroiJuo iJ. manage me of Slarlaud has forced to charge the following Emission, viz.. aduils, J5 cents; j rtlidrcn, 15 tents. Women Are Pre-eminent at Actors and The pre-occupatiou of moat Aineri- men. with business has thrown! !ie development of Amtrlcan vullura irgely into Iho hands of our women. 'fie ot this country might i -t a bcime.be characterised as -A feni-j On the whole, an j American woman has more and more interest In IHera- and art than her average brother, 'ivelve girls receive mtiBEoal cfiuca- .on .is against one boy. Music Is otie of the beneficiaries of feminine devotion. Too rnucli red it can hardly be given'to women's liilss and. musical "organizations for V.etr support of Ic in the United States. In. many m'ns bring the introduction f the study of Into tlie public ctiools. The federation o? women's associations has laid'out -matic cniirscs dcslgiied only to Thursday and Friday MAJESTIC THEATRE October 30 and 31 "THE Direct from New York With Frank Ireson and All Star Cast The Best Play Ever Seen in Lethbridge Seats Now on Sale at Kenny Allins -Prices 50c 75c Drug-Book Store Wednesday and Thursday "Alone in the Jungle" The Greatest Animal Picture Ever Produced Sherman Theatre Monday and Tuesday--A Great Baseball Game the Bii A Two-Reel 5ubject Introducing McGraw and Mathew- Kings of the Diamond. NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE Friday and Saturday "The Boston Opera Co." In Comic Operas The Kay Bee and Broncho Film Companies'. JOINED FORCES AND HAVE PRODUCED THE GREATEST MOTION PICTURE DRAMA THE WOULD HAS EVER KNOWN, VIZ: I he Battle Of STARLAND HAS SECURED THIS STUPENDOUS ATTRAC- j TION ANDWILLOFFEH.ITTO j THE PUBLIC OF LETHBRIDGE 1 FOR TWO DAYS ONLY COM- FENCING MONDAY THERE WILL BE SPECIAL j AFTERNOON PEHFORMAfJ. I CES EACH DAY. REMEMBER i ITS I Starland Instruct, but to original compostilon, The of music for child- ren is considered'a fine Held for ttio miislcal creatlven.pj's.of Car- oline J.' Bond, of- Chicago, has won n world-wide fame as a of sirafln little melodies for- children. Estelio Ions, of New another famous.and successful work- er in the pnme sphere.- She is ohar- acieriECtl as in ilu- composition of to accompany that hold her fancy.'1 Frances Crosby, toe blind comj-oaer, had-long p.go Etcured Intornalioiial through her hymns, and Mary Eliza- beth became known among erangeHtits, as the "Jennie Lind of peered Boag.7'. women Eince lS3n. wnen Charlotte Cushinari iimde her dramatic debut na.- Lady Macbetli, have won honor all over the jildbs for their j geniua hi opera and London j if- In the late 'tO's. pronounced-Qupfiman the preatesl success in English aires for half a Mary Anil ar- son achlevtd unique' suc- cess. Maude Adams, Ethel Barry- more, Gertrude and Elliot, Mrs. Flake, Julia Marlowe, and scores of -other American actresses "liave brought glory to thtlr country through their work on the stage.- Emma Abbott and Clara Ixmfcn were iherlirst'American women (o auc'ceed'aa singcrfi. Jlme." Nordlca. la. one of the sweetest Fingers of America, who is loved in ns as in. tlio' United States. Mme. Nevada, of won her'an- premc aucccatea in and Faria. Ceraldlne, Fairar' scored aiileudtdly with critical Berlin from the start. Jeetica Clement, who IB this season sfnglng with the Hoston Opera Co.. was succcaafu! In Vienna, the world's j musical centre, and will he Leard all the Sherman Theatre on Friday j Saturday, Octoher 31 and November j SealE now on sale at the of- fice. 5ea at the Bijou The management of the "theatre beautiful" tonight-are presenting real- ly a sensational feature, "Morgan's In two reels. A Btory of the "es atirt a shipwreck, with a pretty love, story, the subject U vpry acccpi- able In every sense- of the nord. "The Animated Weekly" ivcck is above the average by" far. showing, as it intimate' views of Sir W'il- rYid Laurier .it a rally. In Quebec: Ft motor boat race in England, M'on by the Maple Loaf, the hoal fn quRSllon Stlfllnlng the rcmBrhable reed of 67 an hour. AH-I many 6ther fea- tures of A great comcily-by the Eclair Co., Iho leading part bt-iiig by a trained elephant, and a splendid crtn- subject, cornpletes the V'O- j Qualily The Empfess Comfort FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY.'" Honor Thy Father A Heart Ir.tcrtiting Sjory in Two GAUMONT'S WEEKLY OTHE.R GOOD ONES Monday.and Tuesday that Great Sensation A Dash for Liberty BAND at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.30 MONDAY A Marvellous five reel picture The Battle of Gettysburg .In June 1853r Stonewall Jackson had been killed and Genera! Grant was. besieging Viekftburfl. To relieve the South, and: II potsihl; capture Washington, tee made a lightning attack upon the North and.'was-met at Gettysburg by the Federal Torres and A THREE DAYS' ENGAGE- MENT IN WHICH THOUSANDS .OF LIVES WERE SACRIFICED IN SENSATIONAL INFANTRY AND CAVALRY CHARGES AND HAND TO KAN.D ENCOUNTERS WHILE THE OPPOSING AR- TILLERY MOWED THE FIELD OF STRUGGLING MEN. rWHERE llEYEPOfBODY .GOES SPECIAL ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE AFTERNOON 2 TO 5 EVENING 7 TO 11 .FIRST. EVEN ING SHOW 7 PROMPTLY At the Empress There. Is again an excellent cm! jirogr-fiTiinie at the Kmpress. "Honor Thy Is an excrilenl Epectmeii of the nhpto-play drama in reels, Tlie story is interesting from the Tirat. tne cupidity and greed of the mother and''son, who are left out of the father's will, is splendidly portrayed by the acttTB, ,and tlie at- tdmpta "of thfttn a_nd the traudnlent lianker to comr-el the riaughter to as- sign her rights to her brother are only frustrated by her lover nfier a series of moat sensational Incidents. The management their ility to exhibit Gtmmonl'e great Week- ly last night, as the film had not ar- rived in town, hope to lie able" to so Uxtay, or-Die Cattle is an nxcollenl western drnn'.a, telling of the bold attempt of the rancher's loin Tiny daughter to "ralee." stock lo en- r-.hln her to marry Ihe cf her choice, enjoyed- "Tho ChcapPEt is a cracker- Javk of a comedy, and an object lea- son to fathers who wish to marry thtir daughters without loss of repu-i on or money. J; :s full of tlic best kind of fun, iitth P Panzer as I'apa. On M on fifty and Tuesday next, as j annoiinced In this will IJR presented "A Dash for IJb-j of the most exciting and' sensational films ever exhibited in; the "The Barrier" FYank Ucfon, Iho veteran actor, who plays the role of John Gale in "The ifhjch comes to the Majestic Theatre, October 30 and 31, will be remembered in this city ag (he snttiE man who assumed trie part of j Fa'ther Kelly. In ihe successful "rlay "The Ropary'1 season. Mr. Ire- eon's finished woiK as the lovable nrlest endeared him to thousands of thtatre-gors throughout the west. Tic is admirably fitted for the mysterious Gale, a character created in New York by Thsodorc Roberts, frequently re- ferred (o as oiie of America's three beat character actors. Seats "now on sale at Kenny A- Al- lin's drug-book store, (Coflilii'Kil on page Adult Admission s 25c Criildren 15c Sherman Theatre The FRIDAY- DAYS Starting, Friday, October 31st Opera Co. Bijou To-night Bijou "Morgan's Treasure" The two reel tea jrmrn "Animated The Latest and Best Talented Company of 20 People, Presenting SATURDAY "The Beggar Prince" CHARMING COMIC OPERA now on Mlc at lox office. PRICES: 25c, SOc 75s i.ti! "Girofle Girofla" LYRIC COMEDY. .MATINBU "4AIO PASHA" LANTASTIC LIGHT OPKItA The Hallowell Concert Co. Of Chicago, will be at the EMPRESS THEATRE Friday, Oct. 31st Under Auiplees LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Highest concert rpnl' pany. Kverj- member an avtlsl In life line. "Mallowell ('ornpany pleasant surprise, Splendid troupe ot musical artists. Their work lias net been excelled In.Regina world fanpus not- iWes siicli 11 Melba, KoclrJn and Parlow." -r- Lender. INFORMATION BLANK 1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Lethbridge, Alfa.. IN ACADIA BLOCK 7 am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to haye you, send me a few supplies and further information ADDRESS.