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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I THli UAll.V All 1-The Lucky Card 2-The Show Girl Tonight 3-The Ghost 4-Duet COLLEEN BAWN" THREE REELS it Majestic Tteatife W. B. Sheiman, Mgr. Phone 646 The ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Verna Felton TO-MORROW NIGHT "Second jn Gommand" on at Rochon'i- if MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN.. Manager. PHONE (41 "Prices 75c. Gallery SOc C. P. Walker Presents WILLIAM And Company in Richard Brinslcy Sheridan's Brilliant Comedy THE RIVALS Elaborates Scenic Equipment Handsome Costumes ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS "ELECTED THEIR OFFICERS The minim] moating1 for tho election of officers of tho .above cotirt for the ensiling held Monday even- ing in Oddfellows Hall, 5tV street Koutji, and was jrttended. Coni- >vns keon-.l'or 'the offices, tlicre being from- ten inem- nominated time- a'ter for ihe respective oliices from tho seat of lionor'down to the minor OIIOK. D. C. R., A. K. DiiDen'waa in a-'.- and interest the proceedings of the evening, at 'the conclusion of which ne atntetllhe was jileased ..with Hie .results, believing that the order !md eieoted'as good a se.1. nf officers as could liavc been clioeen-to carry the banner forythe to.vt year. lime IB aiiui' there has been f'.C.H., .F.- E. Clarke presided anil extensive program prepared. rrom start to finish every moment, wns ocouiiled to" the advantiige of th order. Following is a list of officers elected: v .7.P.C.R., F. C. RoBsltor; C.n., B. R Hooker; S. C. R., ueorge Cliiswlok; Treasurer, N. Secretary, T H, Fieetwood; Recording B. II. Fleetwooil: Sr. W. W., A. .T. Scott; Jr. W. AV., T. Arnold; Sr. B., Jr. B., D: C> Hooker; Trustees, E. B. Hilgell, Dupeii; Auditors, H. a. Kilner, J. B. Clarke, J. T. Roihwell: Medical officers, Dm. C. C. Oragg A.'lie- Nally; Muilc, Mandolin and Guiiar (.'liib; Dofe'ree Team, J. H. Clarke. The eveningjpf Dec, 18 will be given over to to hold 'heir annual entertainment: A'good FOR WINDY DAYS you matches that won't blow as soon as ypii strike them. EDDY'S WAX FLAMERS will burn froni 8..lo 10 seconds after being lighted, no matter how bad the weather. Wind and rnin liavo no effect whatever on that length of time. Put up In boxei' containing 25 ill 3izca to conveniently fit ihe vest iwckct. ;At all good d'cKlore. v THE E.U. EDDY COMPANY HULL, CANADA. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDCLIO) All comniunlcHtionK and advairce notices should in future bo add reus- ed -to the .Mimic ami Dramatic liMl'Ior, ami Hhould reach thin office not inter than six p.m. preceding the day. .of their Intended i insert 1 on. All Headlines at Starland Today's program .brings a'complete change to tho people's favorite llio-' alru, introducing ninny new features, and novoltloB, all of, which are bound to pletme. It bo hard to ilngia out for upceial mention any of tho us all are and up to tho usual high standard which the numeroiiB patrons of Starland iii-c certain of "The Show Girl" is a drama of tlie stage In which n man of position is saved and his family SUNDIAL NEWS Sundial, 'Dec. 4.-rMr. and .Mm. dUnii were J-etlibridge calleri-tyvi Tlieo Anderson 'took tiln Iionwa to pirvllle to-bc-Htiort. Sorry not bluckiinllli lu our dla Martin Adenon hitu returnod homt ofter an ahaence of two yoard. Tho Dunh and .las. IJrowu were buay last part of the week stack- !ig' Dr. Woodcock's wnoat. Willis Gaddie ''loft for Xoblo to spend a few days with his brother. B. Crlnlon in' a-t present threshing 'or tho.ThwafteB brothers. Sam Alsaker ridge last pec tiny; to look after his brother Walter on his home stead near Itosemead. A sad shoe! awaited him .when :he reached there to find that his brother had died 01 the 19 th of November, 'ami taken ti LeUibTidge for burial. He leaves. I mourn his loss a, mother anil father ii England, brothers, and sisters His brother .William was the ,onl brother in. this country. Mr. Knlgh wagv a bright young" man; 23 years o -and bad been living on his home overthrow him (Welln) nit without success. The develop- ment -orthe plot 'rivets, the attention j stead for years, of ,Uie.'audience and act three features Philip Tretere is working for C. K a thrilling, cjimax in the committee.iidngen. room of. the: common council where Mr. Oxley passed' through SiiiitMn Wells-and bis followers denounce the Saturday, .on bis .way home, from mayor flight by the capital- KInnondale. n't crooks. 'The play was well staged BEt night and one must praise vei-y, appropriate of the newspaper-editorial rooms in the first act. Harry. Cornel! in the Vole of Richard acted with fine aban- lon, while -lii'r. North as Horace Whitelaw diHtinkiu'ahed himself. Miss FeMqn took' the part of Wary Ca'ivert vith her acciurtomed ability. Miss tafie Thompson revealed promising omedy gifts in the character of Kate. 'alien' altogether the satisfactory' na- ure of the plny's performance deserv- d a very much larger audience; The Rlvalt" at the Mjtjettie'Tonight Who Is Boh Acres? AniJ who aie 'The That is something ou will discover to your Infinite de- ght when you aee Mr. William Vnlo nd.hlB excellent company at the Jln- Theatre tonight only, in Ricnard rinaley Sheridan's nuisterpiece "The You will also laugh over the ugs of'Mrs. Malaprop, and find -our- elf quoting that dear old Jiidy imorous occasions in the future. As or Bob Acres, his duel with Un- Ign Boverley will be one of hlngS which will'linger long and leasanUy in ybur memory i "The Rivals" is all co'medy; H comedy that can he laughed n.t luring' its presentation 'and, nf'er arda recalled with keen enjoymoni. is n comedy that one does not have enjoyed. It IB a comedy the orking man can appreciate ;-nd ugh at with as much zest as docs his eighbor the litterateur. "Mr. YiMo nd hla company should givn n prr- rmance all clasBes of ill hall with' delight. The production will be most luvish 'all the details of, coatume and >.it'll-1 and the cast piie which will do nple jiiBtice to the umiying fame of c author, Richard Drlnaley BOOH as.lie can get a car. At last! Mr. Connor has water on Ills place. The government well drill- ers were kept busy for some time. Ir will be .handy for Mr. Connor, who for the past three years lias, been ob- liged to 'haul water from tlie Little Bow River to supply his stock. Car) Bergman Is digging fi well for Mr. Gibson. RehearMt Tlie Lethbridge Orchedtral Society rttes S. B. Engeu and II. C. Dunn called on B. 0. Dunn on Simday A. Vines anil P. Tretere made a trip to Iron Springs and hack on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. En gen called on Mrs. Soren Kmitson, Bert Spencer was in our district St.- .week collecting for; a lumber company. Miss .Com .Matthews and .Tease Da- vies .went to Turin on, Thursday to attend the funeral of Hazel Sorgnrd. Pettr Knuteon went to on Sunday. Mr. Oilland 'went with him. Mrs. ,was a S dial caller on Saturday. KlNNONDALt