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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta y, 27, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEEALD PageS Sherman Theatre, To-night and To-morrow BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE A For the Big Ones A Two Reel Subject Featuring McGraw and Mathewson Wednesday and Thursday "Alone in the Jungle" THE MOST SENSATIONAL ANIMAL PICTURE EVER PRODUCED Friday and Saturday "The Boston Go." A TALENTED COMPANY OF 20 ARTISTS PRESENTING REAL COMIC OPERA SEATS NOW ON SALE AT OFFICE Coming Attractions at The Majestic OCT. 30 and BARRIER" NOV. 10 BOSTONIANS" NOV. 12 and OPERA COMPANY" NOV. 14 and LADY OF OSTENO- with Law- rence Broush and All-English Company. NOV. 17 lo ALLEN PLAYERS" NOV. fMK. LADY" TO-NIGHT Starland stakes its reputation on this marvellous 5 reel feature TO-NIGHT "The Battle of Gettysburg" J _______ O f Running Threuih Th..e ficVjr.i Five Reels of Wonder Big Orchestra performance starts promptly at Come Early AdrnisMon: Adults 25 cents, Children I 5 cents BIJOU TODAY AND TOMORROW BIJOU The Exquisite Pageant Play in Three Parts BEAUTY AND THE BFAST JL A 1.1. AJ-J The Costumes and Settings are Truly Magnificent The Acting the Acme of Excellence THE HOUSE OF SATISFACTION LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE Are Wonderful Filmi Anyone who has' awn. tte remark- le five reel "The Buttle of will" not dispute the con- '.entton tbat it iB.tbe rooat wonderful rver produced." A Herald had'the opportunity'of seeing a sfKlal showlng-of .these, piclurs at'd received an Impression will not joori'be farjelien. The. riclures tlienMlvei are utrnoct In film iroduction, and repreie-nt the A eltorts of th- Kay Bee and the Sioacti fiini companies. E'very incident surrounding that tine days bitter not. to nentlon the spectacular and historical triads by BtekctC and all errible initieMts that Made real hist- >ry in first three itfl of July 1K3, 5 reproduced in senMtiooal realism. n Ibe course of the pictures IB seen, ho glory.of attack) tie horror of conflict, the chagrin o( and and the patios ani iromy of he aftermath with the hospiti) t r.d dying warrlow. Tbo pictures cost I76.00S te produce, i salaries, ammuftftie-n and ut the cost of toe .conflict was men lor the Union forces and for trie PMaree of the are tho fam- charge of Pickett's confederate. brjdge.-and tie ady march of hii column up the op-' g bill-in tno'.fic.e ot a blinding icst of shot and ciiell, tbe re- reduction of th famous speech of jr.cffln at the Gettysburg burying ro'ind. In November of the year of .v. battle. The detlnation of char- ;ter a Mg aurjrlse (o many ,r It !f raarreiloiwiy true the great ralor All thvmlfh the'pioturw runt the ireil of t 'lory, brlnglnt; In and cmtunws of South, Mini to-tti VwVltm of the ory. pktures will be nii lonliiiit lonorroir, ind tie of tfce price notlilig whilevw to dt irllb merit at the Sherman Tonlfit ind. tomorrow pttrenj will -ft ih crpporiwntty of swmt orie of ,e kMtball ever .r'nted (o the puMle. McOrav two of the world's >t of Amtnta'a national iromlnently brought is trMisferred to the sceWe e, and -watches with Veen inter- eat the many exoltini; plays during, the profress tncfdenlaliy the auditor'' baa an opportunity of gaining' a knowledge ot the inajiy In- tfWolM of (ho The proframme Is an .all-round excellent one, acd Is commended ky'the man- aceneht to all lovers of .For Wednesday i-and Thursday 'Alone In the the head- liner, and is crowning triumph of those matters of animal ptclurts, ihe Selig Co. CqmmeDtJnr; oh ahls Picture Magazine eats: "'Alone in the Jungle' far animal picture ever prw-ntea, the scenes, token am- ong the hiiinls of the Ving of beasts and the final killing o.f the animal be- ing most realistically.and graphically i next, "Father Sen, or -tae ol the Golden Land." "The .Barrier'1 Ilex Beach-selected Grace Johnwn to play thR ml ft of Cherry-Malptte in tfa e N ev York pro Auction of 'T be Spoilers." presented by Daniel Trob> raaan, but Mia a Johnson, then, but a short time in Ifae prejudice of the 8 lisb actress agafnat playing unsym- pathetic roles. When "The Barrier" was originally produced at .the New Amsterdam The- atre, York City, Eugene Prcac- Ye of the Ihfoiighou! c entire two and the game Is very nr'etenkd, the iwdifor by, the dramatist, added his request to that of Rex Betcb, that Miss John- son' be entrusted .with the part of Xectfl. Wiun the transcontinental tour -was booked for, "The the author and playwright jolaUy specified lhat Iho one condition they would impose ou the management was lhat the leading feminine role be en acted by Miss Johnson. Therefore the laurels: is winning, vrhiEe uls tiijCtly her own, must reflect credi' upon the judgment of Rtx Beach ant Preseby. Miss. Johnson Is not A alar in this Picture at the Empress The.roanagemMil in announcing thai and tomorroy; Trill bo produced th'e great sensation- al Iwa-ree! feature, "A Dash for lib- which has previously.been.Her- alded In this 'paper.' .This film'la'.one of the moft IfarUllftgiy tive and criffllnal dramas-SDeh a the RrtfoUeBR girt detective' trappia'r .tne defaulting bank clerk into centiding ot action and his desperate attempt to escape after.discovering LET pur- pose is'only'eqiialled by the OK- cUeineiiL of .the Jt'ls to sse, ah'i. j te confidently recommended as such I by iha management' H-'is; fo on the excellence this, atuidard .portion ol! piin pro- Cftntrae aU-ays for- ward to by A parUcnUrly Interesting .Item on 1MB special propramme Is the Tatijtfan Drh'a. which 'de'pfcfe a apcctucu- ceremofly, sacretf to the Inhabi- partkular. Tbore are no in "Thi Barrier" company, tt is "a capabl; coDSlTUClcd.'.eireaty balanced ag tiop-of player-folk, who arc a delightful story of "the last west" in a manner that of unlcereal dV IFgtit lo theatre-goers. The data selected for the local pre- sentation cf ''.The Barrier''.with "a sit perlor clflite of players-at ]93tic Theatre is Thursday Frl-, October 30 and 31. Seats'are Vailk" from Its delightful nullities as an amuscrnenl enterprise, Qebrx.p Kleine's splendid photo-drama, "Quo which is announced for week's engagement at the Shernmb, bejinnlng Monday, 'dally matinees, doing a wofjd of good as A tiine-kaver, and neallyj fiU a' cbinic opera (not a-'muBl- cal Lan3 one that delights the music-loving vublic. Some twentv odd singing nuDibero are used! In thp .three acts, anrl they are "Interpolated 'b'y a caale that-was E-filected on account _of their singing voices, and supported by a strong ctiarus girls that can sins and dance deiigiiUuHy. i. Mr. Jack Leslie and Mr. Ray South- aril- are two weU-itnown opera com- edHins iv-3io stand In. their and their comedy perme- ates the entire three acts. .Miss Hoi-tense .Travers, the prim a. donna soprano; Mies Jessica, Clement, niezzo-wprano; Mr. George M. Per- kins, tenor; Mr. L. Barton Evans, bar- itone, and D. Carr "MaoDonald, basso, go-to make up the principals in the .cast. S-eaLa are now on sale at the box- office. Magnificent Offering at the Bijou The management1 of the Bijou aro pren-ntins'tonight-a photo-play that are willing to their and The in parts, by the Co. Practical- ly every one at sonoe time in their life has the hook, and re member R its ..I peculiar faECination, motion pic- (life follovs the book amid BCCIKB of demands of the present It would require tro weeks of (He erase business min'c, time to read Henryk Slenkliwlcz's original wbereia the whole story', with detail Is visualized with lanu of tbm lorely IsTanda, which ts wonderful perfect Ion in Mr, Otorje otwcrvcd in ersry ten j 'The norel roUrlng omitted tfcat on the tame reel an amiiiing't'tttle conftdy, "Whftl Is .for. the Goose." t "Dr. Bridget" Is R grtal ftHalr, with Joan Bunny and Flora Finch as'prfn- nerveK, to Dr. Bridget takes., him In htnd, In a manner that fa A sure cure for the blues putR htm to riffkts ami tt the MTUC tine roars.oi ler. Coming on Friday ami Saturday and mind cati n. novels will produced In In the fHdtre, and butty -men on acquire a. Iftwtl e4ucallon keep 'up with current HteTaiurc.Vwblle passing a lew pleaMDt kurs, f The Boilon Opera Company, wMca conies to the Shermari for two coHwoncing on IVWty, October 31, Is unrir'alled splendor. The 'costumes have.been gotten up regardless of ex- pense, and altogether the entire pro- iuc.Uon.l9 a dazzling display of wetllb. of harmonious colors.-.- The i-ario-js porla nre ven' capably handled by an company of-Rex Tho ladfes will particularly enjoy this of- fering and are cordially invited to at- tend the Dijpu tonight-or tomorrow The opera chtirs have' arrived, and the tbeatrp Is now. fully equipped. BANK CWHIER KILLED IV HI., Oct; cashier the Addlion .Stale bank was probably fat- ally wounded here today by an autonv toward Cbl. In t yellow runabout com- pelling cashier K.-.VT. Filher fo rive, nlm the contents of the cash drawer, about Two aen are thouibt lo htve bmn In the car when It Rotermund entered (he Hnk while Flihsr was in the Vault, ..the robber's; order, lie tntffa'with the who.shot him and ran out of building.- Rot emund iiiffnexl .talM In tte lef side, A below.the, heart (t ID s, erilical According lo fisher's the roljbery took tfUjf. ti 10.30 a.m.- Fisher was irkrao Itf tbe btnk it trie HI Me, The Halioweil Concert OF Chicago, will be at th'e EMPRESS THEATRE Friday, Oct. 31st Unaer -Auspices LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE- J4igheat claes .concert .com- pany. Every member an artist In his Ibe. "Halloweli Companj; pleasant .surprise- Splendid troupe of musical artists, TheJr work lies not been excelled In Heglna except by world' famous not- ables eucii as MeH'a, Koclan and Kathleen ParloV." Mornlns Leader. MAJESTIC THEATRE THURSDAY AY OCTOBER 30 and 31 Notable cait includes FRANK IRESON excel- Itnt portrayal of FATHER KELLY IN THE ROSARY Won the Ap- proval of all CANADA ANNUAL OOAST-TO-COAST TOUR OF KLAW I ERLANGER'S NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE SUCCESS THE BARRIER iBY REX BEACH WITHOUT QUESTION THE BEST PLAY, CAST, PRODUCTION, Evor offered the Theatre-Going Public 1 PRICES SOc, 7Sc, Out oC town orders'filled in the order received if accompanied by certified check, or money order. Stats now on Mle at Kenny i Drug Quality The Empress toafert SfECIAL TWp-HEEL FtATURE A Dash for Liberty MOST THRILLING DETECTIVE DRAMA EVER FILMED PATHE'S WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES .FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "Father And 'OR'-CURSE OF T.HE GOLDEN LAND'' IE, With IcnHn Ofirt Co., the Sher- lin f October tttt INFORMATION BLANK 191.3 Herald Subicriptkw CukfUfii Department Phone 1344, P.O. 545, Lethbridge, Alto. OPFICC-.iM ACADIA.H.OCK ant interested in tht Herald's Cash Priie Competition, and would be glad to have, you send -me a few supplies and further information NA ;