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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta December THE LlSTnVRTIMn; DATLY HEHATJ5 Majestic Theatre W. B. Sherman, Myr. Phono. 646 The ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Verna Felton TO-NIGHT "The Christian" To-morrow night, "The Undertow" on title Rochon'i MUS1CANDDRAMA JConduoted by FIDIUO) MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. MinigiF. PHONE ML ONE NIGHT ONLY Wednesday Dec. 6th Prices 75c. Gallery SOc C. P. Walker Presents WILLIAM And Company in Richard Sheridan's Brilliant Comedy THE RIVALS Elaborate Scenic Equipment Handsome Costumes "A Stranjer In String! ec Crowded Audience The Allen Players wound up'the lirst of their engagement at'the j Majestic Theatre last .Saturday even-! ing by. presenting the iamiliar farce, "A Stranger in .Slrnnge Land" in I the prwi-iu-c oi a crowded audience, who were kepi in a continual state ot 'merriment. It was in a sense a: re- laxation for the Allen flayers, who were not called upon to extend thum- selves to aiiy great extent. Tills .farce hinges.upon the dpings of one oi a so- called cattle ranch who practices de- ception upon his aunt, Mrs. llol- coinbe, who is led to believe that .Jack's life had been saved by an.In- dian. The aunt is informed that.her nephew is bringing this particular In- dian home as a souvenir o! his adven- ture, .lack, however, arrives home without his Indian and here is where ' 'begins-. Arthur Lowe, a for- mer college chum ot Jack, is called' iujion by -Jack to pose as the Indian, j which alter some persuasion he agrees !to do. Lowo is subsnaJionlly introduced as the real Indian, which, of bvings complications. Uncle Dudley, who is'aiding -Jack in his Deception, :'hits upon a scheme anil comes in con- itact with on.n Dr. Halter, a quack 'medicine man, who possesses a real Indian. Dudley succeeds in securing the services of this Indian from 'the !octor. Two Indians are now on -the icene and -lack is ignorant oi the real situation. To further complicate mat- ters Harrington, a detective, who' is 'coking for Lowe, who lias disappear- ed, eventually, ef- .'ects disguise as an Indian. Thtfic- that onc'Veal Indian and two .i'.iita'tions in the fun- iiak'ing which men's' fast and furious, 'omplications succeed one another mil Jack is not enlightened as to the rue state of an'airs until the final at which time also his aunt, what has happened. The farce s full oi action'from beginning to In the first act Miss Felton -en- .in. a Harem .skirt as Alice, ami, the fact that she ..ippyired embarrassed, or" rather, unused, at the nature of her dress iroused the audience to intense laugh- Have you .00 OR If you Invest it in instalments in It.'jwili keep you busy 'watching it 2j.row. Ask your Calgary friends fibo.ut Warwick Park and see UK. The Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Lethbridge Hotel Blk. McAllister, Mr. IJwilcy Krtwanis, Mr.. Walter Hutchins, Miss Lenora Har- rington, Sir.' William CiocU, Mr. Frank Ilalliday and others. "Tim Mahoney.'The Scab" at Starland One of greatest labor pictures AFFECTS THE MUNICIPAL CONTEST Great Interest Now Cen- ters in the Los Angles Civic Contest Los Angeles, Doc. city to- night, is within ii ol what will be the most moinontous munici- pal election- in Its history. The lol will be taken on Tuesday. Prohi- bition mid' Socialism src the main sues anil over the whole situation Hn the'shartow of the McNamara'dyna- miting case with its climax of con- fessions. Joh Ilurriman, Socialist, and formerly attorney for the Mc- Naniara brothers is candidate lor mayor, with a .full Socialistic ticket hehind him. On th.3 other hand Is the "Good Government" ticket headed by May- or Ouorgc Alexander. .At tKb primar- ies ot Oct. 31st, Harriman received a plurality oi more than six thousand over Alexander. The startling end ot the McNanvara trial has thrown ev- erything into chaos. The outcome of j the balloting next Tuesday is a guess. Its decision lius in the 'hands of voters, oi whom are women, have never cast a ballot. BALL AT PINCHER PLEASING SUCCESS PINCHER CREEK HOCKEY CLUB WERE PER- MITS FOR YEA'R Pinchcr Creek, Dec, the number' ol those in costume at the hockey club masquerade ball on Friday nightwas not up to expecta- tions, yet, after the hour had passed for unmaslung, the spacious floor, oi I the. opera house was covered by a j large mid picturesque looking crowd of dancers. While the masa.ucraders were not any. too numerous in tlie first part ot the the several cc. s- turiies and the vario.gatRd colors ne- cessary for the different characters represented, all went to rnalcc up a scene, which, if not in any sense riiul- titudinous, was at least iir-posing pnd picturesque. The attendance of -L.jcc- tators was large, and it was v.vjl worth HID small' admission fee charg- ed to witness the very pretty cos- tumes .of the niasqiieradcrs as they Seamless Hose Is Worth The Money -No Other Kind Can Be Tor yourwtf, or your household, only Because ii UM kind knit to fit without a fittim comfort, longer wear, IBM darning, bulges. Thil the only riiaclc that really rauji in okxM< and to, every curve ol the foot and hasn't a yet you are not asked to pay more for it than yon have been uied to paying for the common kind. .Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle Hoiiery will fit you' better and luit you beet, whatever weight you want and whatever color The store you trade at it Juit look for the trademark. Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery PARTY DREBSES AND FANCY Look like new when' French dry cleaned by us. This cese every of dirt and doua not injure, the material, French dry clean- ing of the finest goods IB our specialty and we thoroughly understand our. buslneia. Let us show you. orders given careful 'and prompt attentio'n. We do a big out of town Crown Cleaning Works Opposite Church Phone 474 will be seen at the Star- 'floated around the hall on nimble fret land beginning with the matinee that At 1 P. M. A TREMENDOUS ATTRACTION TO-NIGHT MAHONEY, THE SCAB" A Big Slrik. Ploturt The .Warrant Conquering Carrie Duet ttoferai By Miss Richards R. E. Willis LIVERPOOL" LIVESTOCK MARKET Livorpooi, Dec. Holers Liverpool, cable today thut owing li''o the shortness of supplies in the 'loHWrkenhend nia-rliot there was very lit- tle doing .but Saturday's prices which were States staers from 33 l-2c ib 14 13 1-4 to Me, and nenls of tht; three Indians set the au- iiciice into convulsive langhter. 'harles Connors looked the part-, of Av medicine man, but MIC might sug- gest that Hie lone down'his comedy a j little more. Mr. Connors is clever, j but he should K'etsp horse-play in the background. It dews not make his work' even funny. Donald Patterson played Dudley satisfactorily, wli'ilu Charles Stokes, as Watson, the 'But- ler, was somewhat stagey, hut exper- ience should improve this. 1 lorry Cornell in the part of -Jack, seemed to relish iiis position immensely. Mr. Cornell .can play tlu? villain and no mistake. Air. Xortl; up as Ihe real Indian Ta-Mo-N'er- moat efi'ecuve- ly. Miss FeHon did not have much tl} do. There were no stars, everybody had a hand in the fun and they sue-, ceedcd in amusing the audience. H'ho- ovcr is iT'.sponsible for the stage set- tings night after night deserves praise for this The Royal Hun- garian Quartette did not play as well as usiial. At'the matinee in .the jif-j tcrnoon ihe Players repented "The and the 1 autliena-. Tlie bill tonight will will be1 held there today. The piciun 'represents one of ,the most soul stir- i ring events shown on a screen. j One scene, shows Mahnncy. falling in- to a red hod furnace, dying a, hero for -the sake of his 'fellow-men. His family hrcomes fatherless and those who hare mviled and rebuked him, now hang their 'heads in shame when they seo tlie. innocent ones suffer. The picture is brought to a close with a nice tint; of tin1 union in- special ses- sion at which time he is eulogized and Ins name is replaced' with pride on hood's of the union. If you want to see a soul-stirring iciure you can not afford to miss this. ranchwre 13 l-2c to 13 l-2c per pound, j Hall Caine's "The Christian." I were miinttlned. No matter what style watch vbu be sure it ha? a Vvaltham rnovement.and you can be sure that it is right Watch iim people arc prov- ing that (hey are now ready to pat- ronizo entertainments n-Iiilc. Might Tsiigsrsst that'tlio, perfnrmanc- os commence al 8.30 p.m. sharp. Those attending (lie Illratre might, with advantage, leave their dogs iifc home. I admit'' tlie poor animals possess jntelllitrncc, hut not enough to appreciate theatrical entertain- ments. Tkt Waliham is an ideal watch fcr gift making It combinet the highest art with the sound principles of struction. It is a graceful model, niade aa thin. as it is safe to make a reliable It adjusted and cased the factory and aasures a of the highest accuracy. Ask your'Jeweler. Tone. }'OH Ovnai'a .Send fin ilrncrlplive Inoklct or WALTHAM WATCH 'V Miali Caai JB At the MajeiMc Wednesday Evening An engagement of more than ordin- ary importance and attractiveness to! local lovers of the drama will lie! that Of William Yule, the clever com- edian, at fho Majestic theatre on Wednesday next ot" this week, when he will present for the first, time in this city Richard Hriaslpy Sheridan's fH'm- I comedy "Tim Illvals.'" Mr. Yule j is supported, ns usual, by a highly j capable company, which thn Ichaniiimr young lending lady, Miss Violet K'ddy, .nlrrndy knnivti to us, (and Mhrt UMar, Mr. Raiulall Wholesale Retail Dealers in Kay, Oats, Potatoes General Produce "Quantum et Qiialitns" Though our pur- nlifiscs liave Leon very heavy, we have bought nothing but tli 0; best.-. or wire for on ton or Mixed car lots, hay, feed, flour, etc., our specialty. Prompt shipments suaran. teed, D. V. and the C. P. R. Fine silken coats may be had from Timothy so (for horses fronj "Eaton if purcbait. ed from Hyde Saunders OFFICE A WAREHOUSES 2nd Avenue E. P.O.Box 112. Tel. 1244. to the music of a first-class orches- tra. The gallery and stage was sot apart lot( spectators on the occasion, and, all told, the hookey boys cleared a good sum wherewith to 'form a foundation for their season's funds. Within the past few -weeks Mr. Mac- manacer of the opera house here, has made dcterniinod efforts to have the curtain rise 'bu performances of plays at 8.30 sharp, and so has met with fair success; In connection wilh this matter there has been a long-standing grievance, on the part of a majority nf the. theatre-going people of the (own. Formerly, the curtain failed in rise on any play- be- fore 0 o'clock .intl often later. This is where ilie kick cnnics in with the working class of -people, who have to In-1 up bright anil early each morning, anil cannot, afford to linger, from home so late pn' a' preceding night. The oji- house manager j.s wise to Uio con- dition of affairs with so many Iiis patrons and is doing Iiis. utmost to make, things more convenient for (hem, lie sometimes .has his hands full at thy1, moving picture shows, wher< from the head office." "I did not know that there were j any companies in the west ,that could merge and produce such n large stock commented Senator Mel- vin Jones, president oi the Masscy-. Harris Co., Limited, ''I do not know- f-hut Rumely Co. at all. Tlie Gaar- Scott Co. have a- large business in Western Ontario, hut they cannot he spoken of as a party to a million capitalization. jTlie Advance' Threshing company is an, American company, but 1. know very'little about in Los Angeles, Governor Chas. E. Osborne, of Jiichigau, said "Union la- bor and union leaders should not be blamed for the MciVamara affair. I believe that Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Oompers are sincere in their efforts to benefit the industrial condition of wbrkhigmen. The McNamaras -did. not represent the principles nor the union men that are .memlMn ot la- bor organizations." Organized Repudiates McNamara Brothers {Continued from front Vamara defense to iitfliience her hus- band to secure disagreement, if-not an.acquittal, by jury of B. McNanmra, then on trial for fatali- ties growing out of the. Los Angeles Times explosion. A preliminary ex- annual ion of Franklin, for alleged-at- tempt-to-bribe-CJeo. N. Lock wood, a venireman, by the of Hchcdulrd to place today, hut continuance for a is Ire a-s-Afid for and granted. Ney York, N.Y., Dec. probab- ly shall have a make but.' positively hot unlll r bunch of women regularly fill jhave returned to headquarters 'in up Ihe back seats in to ob-! Washington'n'lid gone'over the Me- scurc the view'of any seated hehind, for apparently heaven and earth could not prevail on Ihem'to part with their idolized M. H. Grav, inspector of (ho munieipalitv, renorts limb thr nmnhnr of erected here, in- additions, dunni; th" rin? up a total Of J27.700. This is .nol., a bad considcriiiR no boo'ii h.ns' the build'ng husinnss in (own. Naniara cases said Sam- Gompera today. "When will you return to Washing- "Possibly tomorrow, but T have numerous engagements to keep wbfch may tnkc a woeks'tlrnc before I am ready to make ray statement." "Hnve you among your engagements today included conferences with la- bor leaders here." "Although I seen a number of men there have been no confer, rnceg, but I.propose to make no" in- formal statements. Those 1 have will stand and T will lay noth- ing further until after thorough in- vestigation." Tbc demand of some labor leaders for the full penalty for-, self convict- od men IssaM spreading.. WlO you oppoee "We will let the court sentence them. I will not talk." was in New York af- ter attending a meeting at Troy of the Slate Factory Investigation Com- ailltei! of which he is a memtior. Ahc-H Co., says ''We liaVtt Governor Laber hrrard runrors to the samr rHrct, as) Mualiescon, Mich., Dec. an yet., we, however, have received no jintnrviaiv lonight regarding the connrmalion ot word of, any kind 'confusstons ot the ilcXamara broth- EAST SURPRISED AT THIS NEWS Totonto, Dec. the Re- ;ina ticfipiitch ro the hig implement mci'gei- of SaskatchcM-an managers anr! the efforts lo include (he Arher- icoti AMI Company in Ihe merger, II. flic local .secretary o( ihe )tD THE MERCURY The right system of Hot Wa- ter Heating will save A constant appeal to the cou- Btant worry (.ure. Decide where want tho mercury. -AND, KBBP IT THERE A steady temperature means steady temper, steady nerves, and normal health. These are all assured when you put In a Hot Waif Boiler our new beating ideal application of'a practical idfia. i The ipecifio points of lence lie in improved (ire travel. Every ounce :pr energy Is taken out of the left for the chimney. Then straight-wall coiiotructtbn of the another point of economy. No dead to help damp the tire or utop the water .from heatinj. These boil- ers are., the only ones put to- getber with the push with this joint the CM easily be tet up and will LEAK. lj-1. u< mall 0- hittrated book OD "lietUac Home." We alio carry In ftMK Mm- pUte line of plumbinf -METALS.tTD. ;