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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Aiigi'iht 23.-; 1913 AK LETHBJMWE DAILY HERALD To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day ,The Best in Photo Plays The Cheyenne Massacre Two of the most strenuous excitement. A red hot battle feature that will your tuck boat r Heir the Bijou's Splendid Orchestra IT TT 1) forgive Us Our Irespasses Thrilling sy of Hard Times .-icGreatfScbtcH Driiiia [p WATCH': FOR "5 Act.'' .TEN CENTS .SINGLE COOL'; Thiei Empress FRIDAY' SATURDAY COM. 26e: ..THREE. Great War. Drl'rnj by.the Company !'THE'vGIRt SPY: BEFORE v and V COMING -ONE NIGHT ONLY Timrs. Aug. 28 UNOE HTHE FINEST CANVAS THE Alabama Mfiftstrels 40 HIQGStT AND EE5 TCOLCBED SHOW- ON EARTH Tiecp P. 20 12 Piece Orclu'sirn 12 G'oYii oil 10 SOME RECENT INCIDENTS IN NEW YORK THAT SHOW VALUE Or A REPU- TA.T10N ,COLOHED., LADIES' SEXTETTE SCENERY f PART- "MOUNTED 'Y COSTUMED (By Chailton Ten X'ew Aug, rose hi any otl.er- pan-.t "would smell ai sweft." That has been said so much thai it is axiomalic- Hut would an; J old weed smell 'sued' if called a lowJ'That, apparently, is ithat sev- eral oi best known res-j lauranteurs arc tmuft to nnd out. i -There'hate bern a. 'great many changes in Ihe fa'tocile eating places J ot Manhattan in the past six .months.' hut few new names appear.'The res- taurant owners seem lo idea thai location dops nol maVe'a'greal deal oi difference, so Ions name is Ihe'saine. Louis Martin, the famous pioneer caterer of litou" hold's forth at- t'ilty-ninth St j where formerlj pf George i Haunie'1 iUel! in1 h'ig.electric j ilettiTB. (jeoise in turn, has! old Restaurant at st'rett and: JBrpadvay. His name .already ap. i x. pwi's in big leltcrs on alljstrlfs ot i the ati'd the plaCf' >yill, be 1 opened first'-j V-'': I When .Louis Jlaflin moved Irom I and Brpalwar, up jt'q-Korly-tecond impelled' -by district, .lie Not; many itiuitLus.ago ineie a series oi diss'fnvoniflhich ciifmirmted in l.ouis Martin sejjinf Ins associates.. Tbry. niadii Hie stipulation that Mar- tin'should nol" again ihe 'rdemanded -.his Alberta College, Edmonton NORTH SIDE RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL. including Book-Veepins. Typewriting. CM! Serilce and Telegraphy A full Conwrvatory' Course. In Instrumental and Vocal Music. A general Academic Courts up to and Including Grade IX.-of tho Public Schools. Kipresslon aijd f Fhjskal Culture, Domestic Scleuce and Fioe Arts. ,1 -of teachers. Rates'reatouabte. Terra opens Sept. 2nd. for Illustrated calendar uid apply to Rev. i. II. Rldiell, B.A., ED.. D.D.. President, Or Rev. F. S, I McCall. II A.. Principal. J, S.OUTH on one of the beautj spots of Alberia Only students over 16 admitted. The studenu are In close touch wiih all the Academic life of toe Unlver- sit) of Alberia. The soda! life is Just what for rersons of that.age.- Courses in Urades X. and XI. with special em-' phasis Matriculation- Full Conservatory Courses In Vocal a'nd Iu-', itruuienlal Music, BloculJon; Physical Culture and Art. A youag lady can lake Music Elocution at the college, and English at the Utl-., Deceits. Rates reasonable.-- Oreus-Sept. 4th.' For calendar and information apply to D. Mtsem.n A., Registrar, or J. H. RUddl. B.A.. B.D.. D.D, ALBERTA LADIES' COLLEGE RED DEER, ALBERTA A residential school for Gfris and Young Women., Junior and also Music-, Domesttc Art, cal Cylture, Stenography, and Tyiifiwrlllng. Calendar Bent otTayplic'aiion. AUTUMN TERM'OPENS REV, N, D, KEITH, E.D., M.A.' 'SEPTEMBER PRESIDENT 1 A lilfb class residential and day Collese. For boys tnd FALL TEFJM COMMENCES Sept 8th -1913" Physical Culture. Fine Art, Lad its'. College course leading ,116 -r.. cr; i 'ort Rev. W. .Klrby, her lathi. care.' fffr, Jor-hlrrii fhV imrk.'-'' t r Monarch Theatre MUSIC EXAMINATIONS 1914 The Bread of the People ANOTHER B4MK, TOR MACi.EOI IS. .ij- i II 's j-.r-- iha1 I'1 s -Y tt r I ..V ,_ i K-. .ir l- Hi, li lif K 1ES.5ENT ;l. t "-I.'u-'1..- M. 777 Mr SmH, Kmrul, Snrrhrv kr I-I T .''i'.i.r. i- .af -f IPS jvi: 'Ij :l; -I I- '..I 1" ij'ii :r-if. j-t.Tr'l. r Jl !rt Bij-.i Vi.'- 1 lii r 111 j "i. if j J, J _ ,i RDlTKIJ WflMFN HiVF TftDfiNTfl 'i" i..: i.- "-ai.ir... 1-f MUillLll nHfL lUlVUlllU TORONTO CONSERVATORY; OF Toevday Ssptember Zad pains to gel r e are. always..p _.. n in i the of CoOLiraxt nf rile MloplMl fn-Hi to nil MNl M iikft >r tkf iicnar c: irror-6f f- for ;