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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .JUVdncsda.Y. October 29. I91JJ THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 BIJOU To-day and To-morrow BIJOU Whither Goest Thou? The tragedy of the Christian Martyrs. Their Persecution from the Crucifixion of Chritt to the Death of Nero. In three parts The Bijou And No Regrets 10 cents 15 cents What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows A Remarkable Picture Tonip'nt at the Sherman fatroiis wiil tJie opporluiiily of swing vjial 1 been actiiniined by photo piny as the most actiL'atlonal nnitcal picture over prc-duced. ''Alone the Jungle" eupgests to fomethlr.g unusual, and (he story, as projected on screen Is a EC-MS of i-'iriljinij eienti. with thn king of ('easts as iho leading character. The story Is interesLingly and the t filial climax exactly suits the Ucnd I of the Blory, and the tlnal scene cac that Mil live long in the memory j of those who witness II. ii ia very j masterly handled, the many situations j telr.f such thai marvels however i ii is po.-slble for the camera to photo- I sraph such .wonderful scenes as-are The management wiieji to imprew strongly the change of poltcj- on NorRmbw 10, anil piarantres tljc very heat latiflevllle acts now touring the at popular prices. Keyilone Tonight at Sttrland A loving couple leavr their baby [he park henth fora few moments; A man a tnletaken idea of kind- believes the haby !E lost, and ptcks it up to find lit, parents: the L'rantic efforts cf ihe youngr father and :colhsr to find the Infant, which is "loally fouud alter a long chase In a auy amusing tions sucli aa are only to he pepn in Keystone comedy production. This great comedy ts to bo ?een at Starlind tonight. In addHion to the big Hroncho headllner, entitled -'The 'A Puritan talc, he origin of. tbe1 "Blue and! ho ptvsecullon of a Quaker gtrl- One f the pcenee worthy of special men- ion in this big-, special is when the _v. Cole leads the" Puritans to rio- or> in ft stirring battle "ilb IndUni. On this-seme piogramnie tonight Ue That Fail- d." a Thanbonier production full of uman interest, which, prints out 'a moral. Taking all in all tonight's big- .var- -ty at Srarland promises to bp. DC of tie best ever presented a', this spular photo-theatre. Sherman Theatre, Friday, October 31st "The Boston Opera Co." 20 20 Friday, "The Beggar Prince" Charming Comic Opera Saturday Matinee "Said Pasha" Saturday Evening "Girofle Girofla" Fantastic Lighl Opera Sparkling Parisian Opera Seats Now On Sale At Box Office 25 cents to lOc 15c TONIGHT TONIGHT A Gripping Drama in 2 Parts "He Quakeress" In the Days of "The Blue Laws" FEATURE Keystone Comedy HUMAN INTEREST DO AM A TliG Lie Iliat failed LOVE, INTRIGUE, JEALOU6V FRIDAY'S GAEA.T FEATURE II Highland Romance TWO REELS SHFRMAN THFATRF TONIGHT AND ouciivivmn i HEH i IVL TOMORROW NIGHT "Alone in the Jungle" The Most Sensational Wild Animal Picture Ever Produced Nov. 3rd QUA VADIS in 8 Reels, The Only Genuine Copy Bear Date of Nov. 10 in Mind High Class Vaudeville at Popular Prices "The Substitute Stenographer'1 Jg a story of orfice defalcation rtTerovercd through .substituting a lady detective Tor the regular stenographer, who af- I ler a short stny discovers tbe culprits and all ends in a manner satisfactory an. The second of well-known llems. Weekly, Ehou'lng rifthl up lo-dafe happenings. 'The Dog House Ruildere" is a great comedy, featuring llughie Mack and Waliie Van, and these two Rre on the screen the fun is faet and and everybody Es smiling. Comfnj? on Friday, and Saturday.. H great feature draimi in Teeis, "Ka- ther und Son or the Curac oE tJie Golden "Quo it the Bijou Tonight The leading subject at the popular fjix! tonight i.s'hy the most in- TMting feature presented for eome nr.e. In tiiree pArts. The photo-play follows she book ofciy in .detail in reaped lo plot, .id jt talc en En tiomc (he nat- perfectly correct. is not too much to ?ay that the acl- g and the roatnmea are of period. T4ie feature IE >t a-trtat one: -we are not [o our -reputalion on it, but feel in faying that 11 equals an) .tsire to be 'Shown (n Ihc city to mimic "Mil he rendered r the. and the. balance of n will fce well up to the -cial Programme the Empnis Thrrc 1s an entire change of pro- amme nl the KmjTrCn-i for tortay nnd morrow. A splendid Tliogrtvph .ma by the Bio graph Co., '.'Death's fs one that appeal fo err body, all the depicted in? of keenest intereat. The Boeton Opera Company- Among the members of tbt Hoslon Opera which appear? at the Sherman on Friduy and Saturday of tireek; Ihp, following galaxy ol tal- ent fill I participate in exploiting ilie merits of thte most popiMsr melange of mirth; music" and' tncbfly. Miss Ilorie.nse cousin of tnu fa- mous generation of VingeVfi of the De lleskeTt, ip the proud posgcssnor of a magnificent soprano voice, and knot's tiow to use U to tho best advantage. Aitho-jgh Mies Travers hafi been trained to ting hesP in thft hisher grftde cf niHSic, she is'iioi averse to rendering lire mare moaern'siylo, ar.U introduces, with -effect, sijch ciongs ae Woman's "Be- and varioiis others. .Mr. L, ihc. woudsrful liarllone-, ir, another grand opera sing- er, nho hafi forsaken thai high plane for the environment of the cornic operb, and inlerpolnlEB. such r.urabeiE ns "Till Ihe SanOs of Ihe jJeeeit Oroft .Cold." and oiherfi finally pop- ular. Tho Jarisd playgoer, who has been tiifffrlic.'i nith nitiakaj mcdloy, which hardly profeffles in do more than ex- ploit ,1 fiinglo tune, nlwr'ayK welcome a comic opera. Any one of the twenty singing numbers wo-jld he in SUclf sufficient-to ensure the suc- cess of the eoealled opera nowadays, End it is hard to believe that BO many jiopulir melodies could be heard.''dur- tn? the course of on'e play. Seals-at? now on saje at the box 'Phone 1155. Tnc Only Genuine "Quo Vadis" Cicorgu Kleine'r, superb production of the marvellous pJiof.o-dVama "Quo adapted from Henry Sienkk- U'icz's world-fanione romance, will be jievrsled in LethbrEdge for the first time at the Sherirmn Tor a. fire day's Moniiay, No- :l, with matinees every day at, 2 p.m. Beyond a ruiesMon" of a -doubt" this IF ilip moat marvellous achievement up Lo dxEe'ir. photo-drama, and visu- alizes n story nith the broadest ap- peal Imaginable. "Quo was produced at "an enoimous expcnie. Thoiicatids of riTayera wtre used in the big scenes, and the principal roles were 'played hy the. leading dramatic talent- of Italy. The acting expression of these anlstfi are the -price1 of admEBeipn in themselves .to say-noth- ing of tbe spcctaciilnr features. flcinkiewicx's onthralKrtg 'tale Is renvodnced In this with ntr.R7injir fidelity and ali Ihe episodes intereat in the book arc plctorializ- cd in detail. Nearly ten thousand feet of film '.required to present thy story, it is divided into nine reels and ihcy. in turn, are divided into aclp. Tlie firs? three reels romprl-ic. (he first act, the second threa1 coir.- pleto the second net, and, Uio remain- in? reeU form the concluding acL mlnnlen' elapses between each act and tbe develop- ment of Ihe a lory [g accompanied by orF'in music, spacfally composed and arratiged for this production. The The HalloweirConcert Co. OF CHICAGO, WILL BE AT THIi EMPRESS THEATRE Friday, Oct. 31st c AuspUTH of (he LOYAL ORDER OF MOO8K conccrl coiiipiuiy. tfvcry nieinbonui arlistiiihis line.' all Company pleessnt surprlss. .Splendid artists. Their Iws ool exoelW in Keglna by world famous nol.blca suc'h as MeVba. Koclan and Kalhloen rMorninp Leader. BAND and Saturday night at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.3O MAJESTIC THEATRE THURSDAY AY OCTOBER 30 and 31 cast Includes FRANK 1RESON Whoie excel- lent portrayal of FATHER KELLY IN Tur nit, ROSARY Won the Ap- proval of all CANADA ANNUAL COAST-TO.COAST TOUR Of KLAW ERLANQER'S NEW AMSTIHOAM THEATRE SUCCESS THE BARRIER BY REX BEACH eiilcrlalnmcnt -lasts from boms and a quarter to two hours and a half, and will'commence at 2 p.m. in the afternoon, and 7 p.m. at night. All ls for till performances arc re- served1. "What Happened to Mary" Manager Wilson libs -already re- ceived many requests for seats for the engagement of: "Wfmt HappcnM to .Mary." wMch is shortlv to he- pre- sented here, and indications are that liils will draw an ai.rijence that for size will break all records. The production will be seen here Tor one nicht only, Saturday, November 8, and Is one of the season's best events. Seals fan now be rpEerved by 'phone or mall. Barrier'' The drama of Alaska and the gold fields, "The which ian an entire eca-son in York, with a notable castj Ir.cludfug Thcoilorc Rob- erts, Ihc well-known character actor, will have its first presentation in this clly at the Majestic Theatre, on Thursday and Friday. Ocloher 30 and 31; "The. Barrier" leHs a story of love In an atmosphere of mystery, the. prlnelr1' narraltvc and piot of which is supplied by a beautiful young wo- men, an army officer, and an Alaskan pott Irader. A cast of exceptional merit, including Frank Ireeoti, who e seen here last RCAEOII ns Father Kelly, the lovable Irish priest in "The- will present "The Barrier.1' Seats are selling al Kenny ft Al- Itn's atcnre. Coalhurst Theatre COALHUHST "alll be Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. A dance will bo held every Fridsr nlghl. QUEEN AMELIA OF PORTUGAL A new picture of Queen Ame.lie, Revolution may restore her family'to royal polltlon. AUTO SPEEDING IN EDMONTON COSTLY Llttfe Army of Sptsd Artists. Part With'Considerable Cash Kdmonton. Oct. the sonlh side police court this morning llfleen auto speeders were brought before Maglrlrato Dosvner. Most of them pleaded, and fined J21.SO each.' Severni pleaded not guilty, and in each cast a fine of setscd. The provincial lairs went Into effect loday. will be fined not less than Ihc firm offence. On a sec- ond offence, a fine of from lo I2CO. Ail speeders up for a third lime nlll be imprisoned for a month. The speed limit throughout the prov- ince will be Increased to JO miles per fcoijr. According lo tho new law any driver wfco falls to stop his carn-hen Hiesing a standing street will fined for the WITHOUT QUESTION THE BEST PLAY, CAST, PRODUCTION, Ever offered the Theatre-Going Public PRICES SOc, 75c, Out of town orders- filled In the order received if accompanied hy certified check or money order. Scats now on sale at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store Quality The Empress Comfort "Death's Great Eiograph Drama PATHE'S WEEKLY OTHER GOODON5S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "Father And Son" OR "CURSE OF THE'GOLDEN LAND- FIRES TOO FREQUENT AT BRANDON Rrandon. Man., OcL more fires of fr-cendiarj- origin were slarled e.iriv this morning. ]n two cases, places empty, antl in the llnrd a Galician noroan had a narrow eecape. CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MUHDIR Ilranaon. Man., Oct. Whaiion, charger! with tils attempted murder or Austin Hill, here on.Octd- ber 11. reraai.dtil v.onring for a further eifrht days. Hill Is still In hoapitali In noW out of INFORMATION BLANK _____... i a i 3 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, Box 545, Lethbridge, Alto. OFFICE IN ACADIA BLOCK am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you. send -me a few supplies and further information ;