Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. i. 1913 THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALIV Page 3 M.tln.t Dilly At 2.30 Sherman Theatre TO-MORROW NIGHT AND WEDNESDAY Hal. Co. -PRESENT! DELIGHTFUL MUSICAL COMEDY RED and WHITE 4't PRETTY GIRLS MAUTIFULLY COWNED Catchy Music, Clever Dancing, Stiglns ini Elxilric Effwt, Will Pearson The World's Greateat Imptnonatcr, In "Midnight In Chlnartewm." Dixie Christy "THE OLD TIME MELODY GIRL" OF THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS MATINEE PRICES EVENING PRICES CHILDREN CHILDREN...............26c. 15c. ADULTS To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-morrow r I THE MUSICAL ECKHARDTS And a photo play program lie luxe including MUSIC SONG LAUGHTER i PEOPLE WHO ARE FOND OF FLOWERS BE INTERtSSTED TO KNOW THAT WE HATO MOVED FROM THE BAU MORAL BLOCK TO THE COALflALE BLOCK, FIFTH ST.. WHERE WK'WILL SHOW CHOICE CPVSANTHEMUMS, POT- TED PLANTS ANO FERNS. FRAG HE BROS. "SAN TOY" On 12th and 13th of. 1MB Ihe Lethtrldxe 'Operatic and DramaUr. Bodily will. present for ths approval ot IrflfebTidge- at the Majestic Theatre, the charmiDS Chloeee In Ing' this play Operatic 'Society luve one jreat aim'ta its tJ> continue in the good their by sustaining the-reputation .io.-the' 'production, ol Country wKicb' wa> presented bj- (he-Society sonie six months aso.. 'When-the after. producing "The t'ouDlry contemplated an- othpr play .-their meditations brought the well-known opera Toy" to inind as tte most-. ftlUng -production, BO different, entirely from "The Country Girl" and a play that has enjoyed unqualified' In tlit hey-day'of Its career. ".Sao us players are- capable of making it, it may.be prodnctd'fir a big-or fhiill" way. The local Operatic So- hare A. reputation at stake and they feel the respotieihiUly; they are iiot satisfied io give i mediocre yiro- duetloiL of Thuy work- vigorously and faUbfully to do themselves credit by outjtitnlnf their JMubtiioua jtresentallon ot "The Coun Irj- Girl." Tbe Country Girl'1 ajid "San .hvdly to >e conipATod: rtiey are exlrmnely It iB-upon- a'cotn- hon of these playe that the Oper- atic Society-, will he adjudged toy their friends and, .nevertheless The Country and, must either equsljor arid is wliaMhe. SDciciy'ts airly to f much more play..Vo' tfcan .''The Countnvplri.1' and, Ihe d'iJft cultles'.that have; Societv'in shxpEcf (lie piay have nol been minor. All dilTlctiUiec' haTeMieen 'sunnom and life cait lias been-moulded acd is now bfetng rounded into "-peVfettjon ready for'prRBfintation tho last'three rights of the secourt -week" of this month, There is a lot told "of tlije who the characters are and the sL-, of "San vhlch. Id aobpeiiuent Issues before the.flTsLper (ormahc'e- The Society at tho rvreseni ttrac i grateful to knon-'of the many partlpg whlcJi have already beervform ed with the object oJ taking Toy.- dtstance covered lately In the eiperlraonts of "Ntarconr lrelcia telephony; an inytntlon which, if.it proves entirely succtssful, iyi the or-enlnj; trf a wonder in science. Photographs As A Xmas Gift Will rtcollBClloAa vlvtd, .comfort radny hour of HrarRllon. Our studio ts exceftlonally wiu.ppH for portriH norX. See our tlrt Ifght pictures In show case. jppotalrccnl today, Allison The Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK "THE DEATH STONE OF INDIA" An idol's eye itolen and the that followed itt Admission-Night 15c-25e j Two hours refined entertainment Matinee 15c To-night The Greenhorn To-night HcallitEc Portrayal of Lift xt an Army Pott. Wonderful inrf Amizinj vt Battle. The Story of a Recruit who Proved Real Soldier M aod mado Uie Vjtt o( practical 'o'-ceg of birth aeg mantiere, Arthur recruit, Iftftds a life of constant iniwry and la a bar-room he saves RoUwba, a winsome Indian from the Insults ot a. dniofeen loafer, and thrust into pierd-house for CfhUng bj- Serjeant O'Gradr, who liates him for'Ms apparent slupIdnFBS and Ifcct of spirit. .'Q fancy is the jouae soldier ties In his of-M he sees bis fuber'th bidding htm goofrDyt and tolling him he IB leaving for the land of and unoppresaed. Some llrae later. Indians, dis- gusted at the man's of them, plan au upriElug. Warned of this the Colonel sends a toUchmeat .'to meal the'atttuX Sellg and a privaia are atat for water. la thol hr and he li prisoner. They are about to brain him, Rstawta, Indian girl pleads 10 liard that her StJig's life. Smarting under the tatulti am] cofc of his (eJlor.- troopers, Sell? offers to join the Redman In their mttiet Mtatrwhlte Ac fottow the Indians 10 rescue Seng.; The ptani to retarn md into amhush. But he utierpectsdly cornea on thorn searching for hhu, If louchM and he M.VH Uiein 1a the nick of from the Indian's alUcfc. righting like a madman, he Is kllltd in the at hii apparent tills with hit gun. Sells buried irlth military laucb sorrow, by ibt men whom he from certain death. "THE PINK LADY" Scored a Brilliant aiid Desenred Success Well- Wrtb the to PJok lAdy." at M m Saturday night, it IB evl- dent that murical comedy holdi first j place in popularity amongst Use the- putllc of The packed audience at tne theatre raa sufficient proof of this, altiough the of idmljsion wwe Above thoee generally A vlevr of the orowd inffl- clent to dispel any sospldoci o! tha ejlsleace of a local financial strtn- sency. Thoie who the pv- formaace CMM with, of cueing in TTAT Empress Monday The White Slave musical at ttfa but In t sctttnc. orfglnal WHAT.THE. TO OF TtfElR SHOWS Tonight at the Sherman U vis evident from the capacity udtence at the Majeetic Tlifilrfe on at'jrday. that Lethbridge cJUifenB" are and of. music, and the SUerman gcment realising this, have for .the ret half o' '.tfcc. audevtlla of resenting -HaV Stephens fc'o., n-a fniislcal comedy, ;entltlcd [led and The "press thr.ough: ut'the entire circuit cfe unanimous i ilieir Ixle ChriBtX ofif-Ume'melo'dr is of eiiders ilelVglitCul trument of. the., angels. on introduces -a-ndvel. and prCgmal oinody-creation "Midnight. In Ohfna- -and fully" to .merica'a Chines mper- onator, -Tour of the best in-'.Mie. pfc- of thf.. temple." The possessor ot the stone -is cursed ..who. ever ha may he. At time .the priest- dedicates fats, lifexlo iU recovery. Here.foIlowB a- riot of .-sensational incidents until the Je'el is rinaHy- recovered by the priest's adopted l and repUced.'A Extra tjecial on Wtdneaday. ''Dante's Piradiee." "A "A Deep-Sea Liar" li to le seen the principal atlracttons at SUrlind'tonjght. of-the-curioua qualitlfti hi averape human.nature lt.i -peronnial gullibility. 'There are of -B.-ill swallow" and believe no matter, how improbable whfc'a a. smooth; mtsneEIc talker gives are'nbt '-rrom Missouri' place. "A Deep-Sea Liar" gives 2 Eood imprefnlon of the sort a :_ Eeeiag that aubltme ro-1 a gitl who In this olass, :raancevof. and love, "The] Is.staying at the sea-shore will be tho chicl! her-malUr-of-fact and'' she's all Itcm'.on the programme today and to-' featire that TnuBt'be seen to be op- preciitea and .afilee. .On1 account of unusual hifb. in' 'connection aboVe-'tfce prices will he 15 cents and for this'occaiioa oiily Slavey at the Empreu patrons cosy -houi.e.. will hare: aa ppportupity that they should make. an; effort to take ad- hare aotne coed light Extra Special on Wednesday Dante's Paradise Prices as Usual world, complete a progrjrnir.e J morrow. Thii very beautiful and em --itv ubmitted for- approval .-with awnrance BxcSlIence, es dally at 2.JO p.m., prl' lp nd 13 cents: nighl find cuts: tis-o distinct performances 7 nd 3 p.m. t Ion al story of before the without doubt one of the su- premest efforts of jhoae great pictura producers, the world-known Vita graph 06. -Tho cast of over two hundred tal- ented artists and tbe hundred fascin- ating are amongit the won- ders' of filmdom, the brains, labor, Attraction at the Bijou Tonight '_ It IE lo be honed that a large having been taxed to nee will greet the appearance of the tlie ulmpst -in the making of this time.and- money it the command of ;rcfct the appearance of the i tlie t ilihardts at" the D5ion The- great Tusical.Ecfch In; tonight. It his been" often .demba- tBrrated that the musted up with romance. She's in- tereMftd tn the daily practice-drills of the' Life Savers at a near-by sta- tion. One day she batches go out to the slat of a swimmer, and bring hi in. zcic-tB. She sticks around until .they revive walU to hear nia etory, .whon bhe Life SaTers happen to 1 eave Uhem alone for a tnomeat- The man is the.millionaire owner of a large yacht, the crew of which mut iuied and threis- him overboard, thirty humor an eclipsed all predece-Mgre. It wu bright to a dscrca, brlmiQlag orer1 with that Jdnd of .xhlcb cmccb-- ts the ew. and with nothing ;n the "wiy of vocal embroidery which is oftentimes "caviare to tha Hence the popular chftnn of good tnH comedy, the requIremfenU of which were embodied in tbe mualcid numberi of the play. Songs like "The Girl by the "O 10 Oetrtly" ajid "Beau- tiful Lady" were ootatandlng features, aud their lilt and rytbm conwca-t- g through the entire play. The "Pink who jivei the name to, and don In a tee the -structure of the piece, had. an "ideal rep-Awent- atlve tp JIlss Olgti DeBaugh. She filled the purl wHh'melodlouR voice aod graceful actlng-to a nicely, not the least charming part of her per- formance being her "Beautiful Lady" solo. Tbe catt Urge one, and the Einglng'aud acting of Miss Moflatt'is AngcJine, and Lucia Canfcr La Comteese De MonUnTerU to the names of Mr. James hern as Mr. Alfred Deerj as 'Hebe Gulngoiph, who were responsible for the humor of ttte play, may be. mentioned "without any- dis- crimination. The company wae well selected, and the attractiveness almost in, but' was sinking "when the Life Savers reached him. Sounded pUunible to a girl who had no experience in a ui'an up. .UuL her--aunt efeeplical, and the Life Savers told her next day that the rescued man merely the deckhand of n steamer and had fallen overboard when drunk, lilt -wife and several children were evec then on their way. As a matttr of fact, he had Antianiw lashed to Ihe The occin the Life and- their fact, all of the action is-.well north aeelnff. And the facial expression, both on tiie girl and her "Deep-Sea Ljar1' make excellent coTitdy bj- them eelvw. A BIO MYSTERY BOAT Sarnia, Ont., Nov. steam- er Naronlc, the new flagship ol tiie Korthern N'avtsatlon Co., arrived here this morning 'under her own The boat created here on. account of- -tier- maflalr'e slzs and strange coo for chlldrtil .fcwanK UicT'ire plntuit to tilt, gtallt U not irn'tatt Ike bowcli nor develop t ttt mn'mil or ijc. koi, Drugjrjst's. m RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF TIT1-E. VHONORAiLE' n With Ttnurt et tHe Ottawa, N'ov. A aeipatcu to the Gcvernor-Genertl from the Coionia Secretary, Right Hon. Lewli Hir under o! November 3 eels fovlh the regulations in .regard to tho uie of titles in Canada. It Is provided that the title "Honorable" be for life by Senator! and by Prlvv Councillors of Canada, I.e., past or present Federal Cabinet Min- isters. The "Honorable1' Is to be to members of Provincial governments only during tenure of office. The title will also with tenure of office in Ihe of BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS MACLEOD DISTRICT FARMen SUED A GRAIN, JUDGE'S FINDING MAGRATH DECIDES TO LEAVE POLITICS The Calgury Herald publishes the following special despatch from Ottawn: C, ex-M.P. for Medicine Hat, and a member or.lhe.inlcrnnlio'nal commission, lias decided out of politico, He lias .find'requests from a number of his friends in his old constituency to them to put forward his name again-as but IMS wrilten thai he, hat decided to. out of politics, he cxpUioed, I do miwh belter work outside of parHnniehl Iban.in it." Mr. MRgralh, at the'present lime, is a member of the On- Isrio highways commission, a subject in which he is deeply in- fcrwted. Premier Borden is T slrong admirer of Mr. Magrath, and his influence his reluni may he used fo get him lo K- enter pwlianient. ers of the Federal or Provincial par- liaments or legislatures.- The Solici- tor-General of Canada, Justice? of the Supreme and Exchequer couiii of Ca- nada, and of the Provincial Supreme courlfi are entitled to be styled "Hon- orable" during tenure of office, and may; retain Ihe lltlo on retirement If; personally recommended, by the GOT-. emor-General for his Majesty's per- mission to the title. A similar provision Is made tn the case of ex-Speakers of the Houso.of CANADA .FOR. HOME RULE Nov. lion. H. lamuelr-, slatea :hat the vhole Cantdtan nation, BO far as be could judge, approved ot tho Rule hill, without exception. BIJOU AT URO AY "THE PIT THf PENDULUM" COMtDY KEYSTONE STARLAND NOT. JiTr.oM or complicatod case in local latr niers and grain men took, was aired in tbe district court here yesterday whcn MacDonnell the town's pioneer and. mdfit grain merchant locV- ed horns with out Phillip Chngg, a (arrner ot the district. Chugg claim-. ed Uiat he had sold CHS ol wheatito the defendant who P'iil certain monies on account-, but who had retused to render a complote ac; count and pay over the MacDonnell denied there oaj btlar.ee dee the plaintiff aii count; rclahncd lac S500 br, reason of the plaintirl UllrnK to liver the amount ot grain lie con- tracted- to sell. Judge McNeil. ,wu on the bench ami In judjiaeot he decreed that Mr. pay Chugg If he an'rtiing and Chugg must make good on uncompleted contract. It appears {hat in the latter part ol December, 19H, both men entertl. into a coalraot.wherety Chagj'agreed to deliver ten-cars more of lesi of Northern wheat.on.the ot 83 cents (or Ko. I Northern, the wheat lo be later than April. Four of then, can were delivered, but the remainder were not, so that', in order to cover the sales he bad. made, the defendant forced to buy at a very high rate. In plead- ing his case plaintiff attempted to pul a construction oa "more or leas" clause, but-the'judge Md that the plaintiff rau.st supply, the amount 61 grain contracted lor. 'Judge McNeil's decree was as 'lot- lows ivill be lodgment for Ihe plaintiff for the amount whlch-'ot calculation he-will become rnfHIfd to'for. the grain actually de- iveied, and in at; that mount the contract will cover and he grain will be regarded as Mr. facDonnell's grain 'when lo'aded -._pn he cars at.Mackod and. fhe'pticmln he contract rv-lll go.vern. Trierc it no reductfm The itnomt ol ptr cent. .Yras paid will'be- a payment on cccount. As to ortrmrraKft, my.-' un-r'J lersfandlng of that that-these, were charges made by the C.I'.R. in Macleod before they would release the car. and allow it to go forward, bc- nne the car ira< supplied on i ocr- tali day inl then not retdy to E" lorward for a few dtya. So. that will be allowed the plaintiff. On the Counterclaim Mr. MacDonnell will get Judgment for wist I will eslimalf to he the amouat of grain Chugg WIcrt to deliver under the coiiract, Each jndgraent ivill carry' costs one will be set of! against Ihe other as far is go aid i'ulilmate Jurljment wiii'be the partj- fo'wboee favor to, ;