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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 30. THE LETIUmiDGE DAILY HERALD (c To-morrow To-morrow See the best feature ever produced in moving pictures The Prisoner of Zenda Biggest of all hits in the history of film play New York Journal ADMISSION Adults 25c, Children 15c Special Matinee 2 to 5 Evening 7 to 11 QuaKty The Empress Comfort MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY The Springtime of Life" A Marvellous Three-Reel Drama Pathe's Weekly THE FIRST OF THE EMPRESS THREE FH1DAY AND SATURDAY NEXT "A REGIMENT OF TWO" The Most Laughable Two-Rtel Comedy ever Filmed At the Commencing of It ft resent week, alt features wlU be presented, and "Include master- plecea 41 "Salome......The White Saraii BemhaMt In "An Act- Romance." "The Gun Hunnen ot and "Tte o! arls.' 'These are all of he photo-play art, and have been tired by the ai -Tory reat and only after several weeks' negotiations with New York LfrlbWidge'citliens are capA rltlcs, and will have live next eiv'days'an-excellent opportunity of ing if Ihe efforts to entertain are thy of continued patronage. In all Instances, no advance notices of Any- programme at this house will be in IB re presented. TO HELP OUT A BOX SOCIAL WILL BE' HELD ORGANIZING A CHORAL SOCIETY Hillcrcst, Alta., Sept. 30.--AI cfnl meeting ol the committee ot tr interest Football club, the question i dasEr ol the skating rink came in for some I aria discussion. The rink is not In what. can be considered a healthy fir condition, and the committee Bijou Theatre End o( the Trail" Is the lead- er .at the popular Bllou tonight. A two-reel J-wtstera dramatic master- piece, It 'excels In every quality that goes to make features up to the Bijou standard. it deals with the alna nf a loan shari and ME final Just end. ma, a hotriiug interesting sci- entific film complete the jjrogramnio. The management can confidently re- commend'the above to their patrony, is'iactory'footing. Several proposals jraphy. were put forward, and, amongst otu- A great hattle feature will be shown ers a suggestion was advanced io ;tomc.-row, "Tbe llatlle ot San Juan affiliate the Football club ar.d thai HIM." by tbe 101 Bison Co., in three Skating rini. For obvious rea-W.s, j reels. This production vibrates with however, this suggestion was nega-> excitement from start to finish and tivcii but It was ultimately decided bas Incorporated n very clever plot as hold, uiMer the auspices of the well. ntball cluli, Grand Opening Cosy Roller Rink Tuesday, September 30th IN OLD MARKET BUILDING Corner 4th Avenue Band in Attendance Everybody should attend the first night of Roller Skating in Lethbndge Admission lOc Skaters 25c Skates Supplied Persons using their own skatei will be charged regular price of rink skates for use of space Sherman Theatre Saturday, October 4 HENRY B. HARRIS.ESTATE't Production of the Comedy THE COUNTRY BOY By EDGAR SELWYN A Heal Picture of New York'i "Great Whilo Way." EXCELLENT CAST PHODUCTIOS Hear Miss B. Portillo at Starland To-night SEVERAL GO TO JAIL FOR SHORT WHITE WAR CONVICTED Saskatoon, Saek.. Sept. fol- lowing sentences were passed at noon today by Judge Newlands In the Su- premo Court, These prisoners had been convicted of various offences during the sittings of the court in the past week; Frank 1. Irvine; guilty ot obtaining noney under false pretences, onn year a Prince Albert penitentiary. Mark Kelley, guilty.: of" Bounding, BIX months with hard labo in Prince Albert penitentiary. Olo SwensoD, guilty of horse Ftoa! ig, sis months In Prince Albert "Jai: wtth a tbat the pri eon surgeon examine bis mental con dIUon. Jacob TJnraw, guilty of Indecent as cault, with a recommendation t mercy, three months In. Prince A bert penitentiary.- Owing to the fact that the trial o Goldsplnks Is yet to. come, Mrs'. Dor! Wnlte, convicted of murder on Sa iirda'y, vras not senlencctl this morn ing. BABYS basket tal pro reeds ol which are to uc .programme a s r.ost enjoyable evening of gr-ejt excellence all IhrouBh, and who mlia seeing It will inlfcs. one of the best photo-play, cn- rncd over to the.Secretary ol the nk. Tr.e social is billed to tal.e ace on the evening ol Monday, Oc- ber 2Mb. The committee is cpnfi- nt (hat a most enjoyable evening' ay be solely anticipated. The ri.nk as hart many vicissitudes to ueath- since coming into existence; but c trust that Secretary- Warriner ill at list" he in the satisfactorily answering a ques- on relative to the rink -which has Dng ''excd certain parlies in Hill- and'that the rink ItselJ-shalli i fuUire, -te undiStufbcd imc'uUies (financial and otherwise) have hitherto '.'marred the n tchor of its way." A Choral Society is at'presenr. be- ns, formed in Hillrrest. C. .onp, the originator'-ot (he idea, is A Really Gcod Programme at the It is no exaggeration to say that tha programme at this favorite house is To-night BIJOU THEATRE To-night The Leader Of'Them All "The End Of The Trail" A story of a loan shark and his just Features Change Eventually the Bijou for good pictures and music ierta'irnneuxs ever exhibited In cUy. "in the Springtime o[ Ute, the the threeVeel Pathe play, Is. remarkable In many one of the first produced or tho famous house o< Pathe.- The first Empress special, .viz.. Path'e's .Weekly Is exceptionally Eood, and the combdV, "The Is one of'th'e-very best of John Bunny's and Piora Finch's screams. _ Coming on Wednesday and-Thurs- day, "The Switch nnd tee sec- iost'enthusiastic'over its inception, Em [.res 3 special, viz. 1ms surrrpdrd in ohtainink trait: ternatjonn! TV oeVly. Pa tho's uil has succeeded in obtaining quits number ol adherents.' The .aims oi lie society arc very definite, and hose ulio are in any Tray interested u music and voice culture should "The Prisoner of Tomorrow The Sturland Theatre will offer lo- ,ot fail to at once notify i theatre-seer.' tomorrow and Thnri- )i their intention to become Sem-jdas- "hat Is positively the greatest bets. A meeting ol the' society, will production in fiims-of any legitimate be arranged for at an "eally date, dramatic when tho all-star when the music to be sludied'd'uiins production of "The Prisoner ot tbe coming season wi.ll be finally' de-' Zenda." will, to tbe prlnojinl attrac- cidcd upon. The scc'ety is worthy" ol, lion. every support, nnd Mr. Long hopes This feature. In which the great ro- fhal Hillcieiionians will do all in i nuritlc actor, Mr. James K. Hachett, their "power to make tbe project an Appears In bis famous dual cfcaraeler- ned success. It goes without' saying, of bourse, thai there, are number ol croakers, but it safe to assume tint their croaking will be altogether lost in the volume of harmony which Mr. Long hopes to extract from his hardy followers. Baby's soft skin is the test of .BABY'S OWN aud its constant use in thousands of nurseries is satisfactory proof that its fragrant lather. helps and.wliitcns the most delicate skin, No imitation has all the merit of BABY'S OWN SOAP. ALBERT SOAPS Limiltd, MONTREAL. .F. S. Grlsdale, B.S.A., who gofs to Oldg as instructor of agronomy In the ew provincial agricultural school, was formerly one of the exports' with V.-ll. on the l.ethbrldse Er perimental farm. After grnduatlnV in 911, he came to (he Experimental arm to talte charge of culture plots and stock feeding experiments. -Later 10 joined the staff pf the Nor' "armer, .rising to the position of as- sociate edllor, which position .he eaves to go to Olds. For Rest and.Recreation Visit Boulder Springs. Mod- ern Hotel, European plan. Elec- tric. Lights. Up-to-date he.ittnj plant., Telephones, hot and cold running water In'.every room. The most modern bath house In the Northwest. Rooms per day and Cafe prices reason- Special ticket at one and one- third "faro for .the round trip. Sold at all Great Northern Eta- ttons in Montana. MOVING We nrc moving into the store now occupied.' by Wallii'co's Cigar Store, next to Lclhlmdge; liotel, and expect to be settled there shortly.' after October 1st. Robertson's Book Store MRS, MANGES ESCAPES OPERATION How She WM Saved From Surgeon's Knife by Lydia Ue Compound. Mogadore, ftrtt two I WM married 1 nfftred to much from femile troubles and beiring down painl that I could not stand on my feet long enough to da my worfc. .Tbe doctor 1 would to undergo an Uon.butniyhuBbani wanted me to try NEW BISHOP ANNOUNCES SUCCESSOR etp.-lioro, Ont.. SopL new- consecrated O'Hrlen, accom- panied by Slagnl. the papal delegate, annoimcwl p.t his old parish church of the Saercd Heart lonlghl the name o' Ms ftucccssor, Hev. John J. O'lirien, Tfio new pastor was born In Potorboro 'forty-two years ago, nnd was ordained n priest on, Sepiemher 17, Ho has been stationed at Sturgeon Falls and at SL Peter's cathedral, Pclerboro, and was for 'six years at tho cathedra! In North Bay J. V. MaoAulcy has leen eppolal td cnralo. OD-TIME PHYSICIAN DEAD 81. Thomas, Sept. Kpbcr Lyon Sniiderron, ono of tho-'-beat known In Klgln county 'passed away nt hia home In Spurn. was' produced ur.dftr tho per- sonal supervision of Mr. Daniel Froh- man. To (ludte items fTOia the critics' reviews on .Ihls production would bo the unanimous opin- ion tff- the' leading New Vork critics was one of-groat pralso-for the ulti- mate success of the production. The management of Starland have no hesi- tation in frankly slating thnt this Is the biggest attraction they have ever secured, and it Is with no little pride that they are nblo to offer it to their Owing enormous estra. cost to which the management of the theatre have been put in securing this attrac tion. it.has been found necessary to maintain the following scale of prices will be In effect tor tomorrow and .Thursday only, vjz., 2o.cents Io aduUs and cents for children each performance. This IB not don with any -ulterior molive, but slmpl on the actual face value of tho attrac Oon, and also on account of the grea Increased expenses. try people. There is that human In- rcst touch in tho play which we all ke, abounds with the best of ea'n and' wholesome humor. It will make the most hardened pore on set moist around the eyes in its serl< moments, but at other times will ki the audience laughing.- ._' Seats are now on sale at the office, at 50 cents and AT STARLAND TOMORROW "The Country Tho ncit attrnctlon at the Sherman will be the comedy Ml of the past New York theatrical se.'.son, "Tho Countrj- by Edsar Sclwyn, which bo played on Saturday, October 1. The piece will bo presented here un. Vegetable Scene Froin "The Prisoner of pound fh-it I took three bottles and it made me wel! and strong end I avoided dreadful opera- tion. I how huve two fine healthy chil- dren, I cannot too much about whU LydlaE. F inkham' sVegalaole poural has done for mo." MANORS, R. F. D. 10, Mogsdore, Why will women UVe chanen with an opcrntion or drag half- hearleJ three-fourths of joy of Using, when they find !n Lydlt E. Compound For thirty years it h as been ard remedy for f ills, and re- stoved the health of thousand! of women bicn doubled with ail- tnenU dfsplAcemcnts, Inflammation, tlccration, tumors, irrcpiUritiM, etc. rf jWwmif (0 K. I'lnHum ScdlflneCo. (conjl- I.jnii, Tonr lellerwiH 'M onfnfd. and by t WP-M ll flrlcl der tho management of the Henry D. Harris Kstale, and his namo alone .in- sures the theatre-going public of Ihls city a production of unusual merit. "The Country Boy'" fs a fascinating romarico of a son, a show girl and the girl he left behind. It gives a real picture of'Broadway llto from the In- side. The romance of the theatre, of Bohemia, of Broadway, not as It Is Imagined, out as it really