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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friiln.v. October 31, 1913 THE LETHBIilDGK DAILY HERALD Page 3 TODAY- HALLOWE'EN SPECIALS -TONIGHT SOME COMEDY "MABEL'S HERO" A KEYSTONE Filled With the Atmosphere of Bonnie Scotland The Rugged Beauty of the Highlands "Gripping Story in Two Act THERE'S LIFE' ONE YOU'LL LIKE SHERMAN THEATRE 5 DAYS COMMENCING Monday November 3rd What.Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows VANS Matinee Daily at 2.30 p.m. Two Performances Nightly The Most Gigantic -Ptiotodrama Ever Produced lixacdy Theatre York, S months in New York City." 3 months In Philadelphia- 7 rr.onths in Chicago 2 months In Boston The' Photo-Play widi'a Drnnintic' Ciisl (iI'-, ovi-r. Tlii rlv-five, Iliuidrwl Magnitude The Burning of Rome THE VERY PINNACLE OF STAGE CRAFT The Chariot Races A REPRODUCTION OF THE COLLISEUM'AT ROME, MORE THRILLING THAN The Banquet in Nero's Palace The MOST SUMPTUOUS SPECTACLE EVER SHOWN The Christians in the Arena WITH THE LIONS AND THE HUMAN'TORCHES IN NERO'S QARDtNS. S E E Xolliing it cvor in nny ll.ip- on uny i SPKGIAhOlUJ.UESTJiAL MUSUi I'JMC'KS: 2oc and .We.' -All an Sherman Theatre, Tonight and Tomorrow NigM i', 20 j Great Comedy at the Bfjou dreams edine trie? Perhaps. They EureJy do in plttnros. Imagine coaditions oiiansed, Mrs. Jones ycing lo th? office, itr.tt looking after >tr. Jones looking after thy j house aud ktepitig [ho baiiy. i a hot time tbey would 'uotb liave. S'juh the leadhip subject presented 'Jiilou tonight in two "A PoAfilljility." by the Imp Co. A iwc i reel comedy is a rare feature, hut th i management feels confident It will be I v-ell crd if such is Hie tase this js Lut a of many more Ut come. a sensational and thrilling draniii. and the Unii Weekly, pnbllshetr in Now York City on October 22, '.vill also bi sbown. A treat coming. "Hobinson j ('rustic" in three rneSs. for} Hie date. f The New Departure Special attention is called, to the- ati? pattons to Hie j-ollcy the Sheniian commencins Monday, Xov. 10th. After liard work man- asemenl Iiavc- arranged lo give the public four acts of high class vaude- ville nnd .'our reels of pictures at popular prices. Matinees will be giv- en each day at and two perfonn- ances nightly. Matinee prices, 15c. Kvonlng. children 2Bc, hdulo 3Sc. The entertainment lurnlshjert rrlll be the bcdl. Hit nets from the Orpheinn circuit, wlilch is sufficient guarantee of excellence._ !J A Tale of the Survivor of the .Titanic Disaster -Few people know, or will ever know, Hit inany: heroic deeds that were en- acted bn'the-night of that terrific rine disaster Uiat entire of the world, when the rnitip ntfn'spapers announced the doom of the magnificent steamship Titanic, ilauy were, die ncls oi-un-" selfishness anil heroism, tlial only the stars and the heavens' above can re- cord. Mnny were (he deeds enacted that ffiial night that woiiM justify tbe highest Jf only known to the world. rV 20 Talented Artists I He OOStOn Upem LO. Presenting Friday, The Beggar Prince" Qiarming Comic Opera Saturday Matinee "Said Pasha" Saturday Evening "Girofle Girofla" Fantastic Light Opera Sparkling Parisian Opera Seats Now On Sale At Box Office 25 cents to There Is always who Isrtds in jn.akicg shipboard life pleas- ant, by organizing concens and ,-nnuBe- menu, to drive dull monotony away. A merry party was assembled in the magnificent music liatl of the Titanic, by the efforts of the ship's favorite; a irinsotne young a wonder- ful voice. The lust coies of her solo he event of the scarce ly died when a shudder was felt throughout the length anil of the .hig ship, and every one im- mediately sought the cause. It was soon learned-that great damage had been done the ship, and the captain had Issued orders o[ ''women and children to the The singer, w'.io had been, entertain- ing poEeessotl a, cool head and steady nerve, and immediately took charge of helping her women 'companions. By her cool nerve, she theui from being panic" strickearand the little oriea ip get slowed away safelj in the opea lifeboats vdth their par cnts. young lady was the last of her sex to safety, antl liad to be repeatedly -Ordered to gei lo theiboal for she insisted upon lookiup here to tee if some youngster hai been left behind. This hrrcjc young lady was Clement, bound for Nerr York under contract, to appear for the con ng seitou iit couiic And was iftlected.ys prliria, IP, the TifLlon Coalhurst Theatre COALHURST Moving pictures 'n-llt he shown Monday, Wednesday and Sattirday. A tliincc will he held every Friday iiighL BIJOU THEATRE TOMORROW A Wild Laughable Photoplay in Two Full Reels i "A Possibility" It May Gome to Pass, Wifey Runs the Office and Hubby Keeps the House and Baby. Imagine the.Complications; Then Come _______ and see for Yourself The Universal Animated Weekly Unquestionably the Latest and Best Opera then preparing foi n. tour of the.United States, and who will appear'at }he Sherman tonight and tomorrow, Saturday, v.-ith The Boston Opera Co. .Seals now oil sale al box office. (Continued, on page Quality The Empress Comfort FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY "Father and Son" OR "THE CURSE OF THE GOLDEN LAND" A Drama Full of that Touch that makes the Whole World Kin GAUMONT'S WI3EKLY OTHER GOOD ONES FRIDAY, MATINEE ONLY, SATURDAY AS USUAL Many Trials" The Hallowell Concert Company EMPRESS THEATRE BE AT THE TO-NIGHT UNDER THE AUSPICfii.OF THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE: THPATPC IntAlKt includes FRANK IRE SON Whose excel- lent portrayal of FATHER KELLY IN THE ROSARY Won the Ap- proval of all CANADA ANNUAL COA3T-TO-COA9T TOUR OF KLAW A ERLANGER'S NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE SUCCESS THE BARRIER BY REX BEACH WITHOUT QUESTION THE BEST PLAY, CAST, PRODUCTION, Ever offered the Theatre-GoFng Public PRICES or town orders filled In the order received If sccoinpan certified check or money order. Stats now on sale at Kenny Drug-Book Store SOc, 75c, INFORMATION BLANK Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone 1344, P.O. Box 545, Ltthbridfie, Alia, j.' OFFICE 1N.ACAD1A BLOCK interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you send me a few supplies and- further information If A ADDRESS... ;