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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Siilnnhv. Aiit-usl THE LETT! R R i I I) A1L Y SHOES FOR FALL "AT THE FOOT TQQGERY" Our Queen Quality Women's Shoes for fall are on hand, and for style and wear we think will surpass previous season's goods with their good record. See Them Now. Our Men's Hartt Barry Fall Shoes on hand and arriving daily. "You Will Buy Here Eventually, Why Not s T A R L A N D LAST SHOWING TODAY OF THIS GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM THE CAVE MAN The Most Darinn.Filrr.atizaiion of Raccnl Years; A story of Prehistoric Age EXPOSED by (lie DICTOGRAPH An Exceptionally Unique and Dramatic Story of ren-Secret Service A GAY TIME IX JACKSONVILLE Hans and Fritz have a Hot a Cure Fire Comedy LKAH'S THICK Delightful Story of s Mischievous Masquerading Maid IVTISS AGNES ERROL will sing "WliL-n You Were Sweet Sixteen." WAS STABBED TO THE HEART S T A) R MURDER FOLLOWS QUARREL BE- TWEEN YOUNG MEN IN COB- DEN, ONTARIO t'obden, lleiifrpw County, Aug. rant Applt-ny, aged 27, a studrnl in aUendnntT .it the On- tario Veterinary College, Toronlo: who spending his vacation, with Iiis jKtiiMils, Mr. and Mrs. Applrby, Hoss township, was foully miinlcrfid tonight immcdiiilcly in liitnt of his pa rcn Is1 home, belli slabbed I wire iu the heart, by ''Wild J'ric" t'ollins, a farmer of the ilis- lrii-1. Collins maile his escapr ami although [Kisses have hrcri out for hours, no trace of his whereabout has yet hern found. Knun what can he learned, it aji Jirar.s IhaL tin1 murder is tlic dircc'l. result. or a ntiurrel occurred last niKlit Hie villapp. .Don't you wish you luul A 01 you not lipciiusi1 I'liero ;iny p h o I o g ra jili y in days. B ill r'V.niii I, gi'Oiii. "'hind child reu i-iin have phorooT.-iplis of you, and. you some- thing tirposterity. GEO. TISE Successors io Jorgcnson Bros. Studio 3rd Ave. Beside Baptist Ch, rcn Great Week-end Program at .Startand A flue proenun is being shown at Siarlaiid loday, one Including many Eicllnr features. Foremost" Is C-.ivc one of the.'most sen tional and daring productions of re- cent dHlc. It deals in a most unique manner, with ilie prehistoric atory of lovo and jealousy, and some of. I lie suuaMons iind scenea are undoubted- ly ilie most novel and vivid ever at- tempted. This feature is being Ehowri loday for ilie last lime. 1'IiP management announce a new departure special features which TYJH take efl'ocr in rh course of the lieXI. feiv Arrangements are being made some of the greatest being made ivltli tome of the great- est manufacturers an the market, to present, a sppciM weekly release in ihe shape, of SOUK- of, the world's biggest productions, embracing from one 10 three Kach of these weekly features will ;be Tar ahead .ot any offerings ever seen here. Full announcement u-IH be niriffc? shorily of the firm of these specials. THE BANQUET TO BORDEN Ottawa. Aug. Prime MJn- ialei1, who is to entertained by (lie Conservative.-! of Orlnwa ft I a bnnquet aL the Chateau Lnnrier upon his return 10 Ottawa from the Old Country, has expressed a. desire to the invitation tu open ex' lilbition at Halifax on September 11 Lh and the dale of the banquet, has con- Berjuenily heivn changed, and now will lake place on .Monday, September Olh at-the fJhatenn Laurier. MR. LANCASTER BECOMING TAMED (ll-luu-ii, Aiifj- the pres- ent trend of evcnls il is cunsulcireil certain lliat no legisla- tion in any way relating to the mav- (jiit'stion will 'he introduced in ihe Dominion parliament, this coming session. While there was considerable talk uf amending [he B. N. A. act ioUow- ing the judgment, of Ihe Privy Coun- cil, made il dear zliat Ilie fed- eral Parliament, has no jvirisdiclioi aver the so us lo clear Hi waj for the introduction of a univcr sal marriage lnw, tlic agilaiions hav of laic subsided. fl is also understood that- Mr. K A. Lancaster, the FaUier of the nov famous hill of last session, lias takci the slnnd Dial he is not prepared L carry any [iiillicr than lie already has done In political circles the opinion i; generally held that the mai ler should rest ivlierc the Impcri.i' Privy Council placed il. THE theatrical and musical season In this city is nlniopl at band again. The various teachers arp almost all wilhoui exception hack nhiainetl on applica- tion io Mr. .himieson at rbe 1-Ierald office any afienmon between 2.oO and Sarious yiudentK arp ini'Ilerl siincliilly to consult with Mr. Jamic- Comedian in Jolly Show Here Soon The'past Epsison has developed entirely new form of ihcatncal enter- tuinment. IL Is nothing else than a farce. .Someone conceived Ilie idea of tnkins n brisk lavce Ir iip-to-chue interpolating -numbers, (he Idea proved an immediate success. It w In-thia siyic j of enrei'iainmcnL Hint Hilly (Single) Clifford will come ro I he j i Thursday and Friday, September j and tiih. j The offering is calli'tl "The Girl. The Man and the belntj a lively farce, with a laugh in every line and I herein' no less than eighteen tuneful songs added Tor measure. Billy is .seen io the besi MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE MEMORABLE EVENING Labor Day. Monday, September 2 THE SEASON'S DRAMATIC EVENT Mr. W. E. Lorraine Presents 1 Magnificent Scenic Revivil "Rip Van Winkle" Washington Irvlng's Immortal Slory of the CalskMll -WITH MR. CHARLES J. CONKLIN In the Title Role, Supported by 3 Notable. Company Beautiful Scenery: Gorgeous Costumes; Brilliant Lighting PRICES, 51-00, 75cr 50c, and 25c. Scats on Sale at Rochpn's Ice Cream Parlors For Labor Day Sermon "The Carpenter's Morris Theatre, Sunday Evening Orchestra at iho sHinc role for liioi-RMhnn n -rUoiis- gngliiml, and has a great deal and limes. natural Hun I j of cpnceri and church work, FROST HIGH RIVEH 1-IIgh River. Alia. Aug. throiiBhout this d Is trier last ni varying: from two to eight degrees Garden stuff IE Injured and wliem. on the lowlands probably damaged. of the Ha If-W.i y house, ilamillon, was finoi llOfl for selling without a HcenBg. Williiim Lawrence has been appoi Hrt colonel of Die new Stratford rcgi ment. A Good Place to Eat People Who Eat at the New Restaurant 815 3rd Avs., S. Beside Miss Tilney'a Millinery Parlors Say it is'tht Best in the City. Single %b 35r; 21 Meals This is Worth Investigating. Per Week old thing is not good enough for Lv.ih-1 possible advantage and is surrounded j acicr I'or bridge, whose patrons excelleiu comuany and n chorus DLv decline to pay a ceni to see worth-' leas productions. The theatrical situ- ation IB aliipRCihoi- a-puzzle'here, as some people' would suggest. The should like en essay some "ciher onr, scnsoii Mo interinr or the present Majestic The- iirre could much Improved with the aid of jiainl nnrl soap and and the draperies inighi. bp replenished.' The healing of the rilng could also be improved upon. remarkably 11 retry girls who and dfiiice in a very acceptable man- ner. Chas. J. Conkiin, 33 "Rip Van Winkle" "11 sflems that I am destined io play the r.haraciei- of "Rip Van Winkle" all my said .Mr. Chas. Conkiin during an interview.' "In Australia and in Kugland. Ireland and Scotland the public will not have me in tiny for lr. is well romoniiier that, last year many Hn evening jouixl peojilc roiL.. On 1st I came on u slttlnR "n-eeziiig in thc cold. By visit to my old home near Toronto, thinking lhat 1 might have an oppur- lo appear in a new play this ever, I alYi playing "Rip" a.nain, and as liiRhu 1 hear ihe merry laughs of the ciiildren and often Limes noilci! the gliaten of toara among ihe audience. I feel a grnaler' I'aackiaMon in-lhe .United'Hiates and Western Can-; ada. The raanagcmcnt of the Conaer-. vatovy is to he cqiigratulated on hav- ini; secured the services of.'oiich a pop- ular musician. for the lovable old vagabond dog Snydor. "Hip" s one At the EijoU vvilli me since lie was I for ihe week-end >t 'He is now nioro [lian lhis lillle I'holopl.y I that commends itself lo all cluanea of the community. film, eh-, lillcd "The Governor who had Heart" deals with a subject, with which every- I one only loo familiar, namely, 1'he cleaning up th-a theatre ihoruughly from (op lo botlom ami-tills includes ihe basement1 and hack entranc the (ban ever. The lhat hat; been six weeks old. three year.-; of and seems as much of n fixture in ihf: piny of ''Rip Van Winkle" as myeelf. Mr. ConK'liii, Riipjiortcii by ;i noLiilile company, uill he seen in K. Lor-, lahm: Hnfl niuatmed, raiu-a's superb seen in jirocluulion of Isinily _ il m seaEon, but I way beseiged with ofTars j Theatre for one iilghi public, pan-onize Ihe house of- ienrr. Il is up-to some the j.urties inioresred in the building to gel busy at once, and make the place fit and comforlahle for the theatrical, public-j set Uie. impression thai, I am averse ff there are no improvemcniK lo enacting Ihe role of "Rip Van Win- ihe theatrical season here this year cannot hnpe lo succeed to any grcit extent. R. Sherman has his own vlews and plans, and it is possible he lo phiy T lift character of "Hip Van auii liixilly signed a contract lo appear in Win. 1C. Lorraine's Can- adian production of ihe piece. Do not hie" on llis contrary, there IK no other ehfiracler that 1 have ever norlriiyert la.ii .Monday, September- fe'i-uls are now -jelling at thnt hold? :nich a charm for Avhc-n one iiari uppearcd me, bin JOIN? CONSERVATORY STAFF Hn'rold (.looucr, the popular j tono so'.oiPl ni St. choir has joined ihe o' the Leilibi-idgo Conanrvni.nry of .Music. Mr. Cooper is 1 a pupil of ArLhiir of- London; i in such a mnnnoi1 inal grips the at- [eiiiion of. the speciatcr: The Vila-1 praph Co. in portraying social HiMlilciKo and hi this particular Rim out of their best efforts. Two real ri'.h in luimor Rtirt In- teresiJiiL' in com- plete >L program ol'olojilay pat- roiis cannot afford to Gali, is: to have a club and a build- g cosliug has he-en secured. At the Morris Theatre On Tuesday, September 3 Between Local Man, 198 Lbs. The Giant Turk, 22O Managoff agrees to throw Taylor 2 falls in GO Gazette to govern. Two Good Preliminaries Start at sharp. Ladies Cordially Invited. ADMISSION 75c and RINGSIDE 91.SO Ringside Tickets Now on Sale at Elite Cigar Store ;