Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER iO, 1313 THE bETHBRIDGE DAILY ilERALD PAGE THREE TO-NIGHT The Most Timely Feature Ever Produced-Great Sea Disaster TO-NIGHT M I 4 A f I "C A l 'IV 55 When men die with a smile that the m. LI I m M ABA I 4 M. A m. JL JL4 women and children might be saved Next Monday and Tuesday, 'Ireland's Struggle For or, The Heart of Kathleen 1 Sons of Erin arrayed apuntt the mutket of Britain MAJESTIC THEATRE Three Nights- December llth-12th-13th Charming- Cliiiim Opera, Preseutql byTiie LeilibridgeOperatic Dramatic .Society, Three. Nights, Coin meiicing Next Thursday SIXTY-FIVK PEOI'Lir t', St.d at the Kenny t Allin Drug.Book Store. I N O T I C E Owing to the elaborateness of the production it win take, at least thrae ho-jrs to produce therefore the curtain wit) rise at SiiS sharp.' f WHAT THE PRE8S AOEHTI HAVE-'TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Bijou ThMtre Four reeli''of sterling merit are of- patrons bf the Bijou today, and imorrow: "The Beaten In pirts and the funny film, Millie's Apprenticeship." can jarantee the above features; Jbey both good. .Just a word regarding cotuexljf; io manager of tbe Bijou is'going Calgary, to "arrange a'service of jmetly that Till tho Bijou Up- in this respect. Wo don't claim are it-now, but shortly, Uie best :e city wlirbe at this popular re- jpii jha Tlh, we start to boon the comedy ,ii of onr rirogramnie strong, be sure jcl see'them; they'll he worth while. kWe have a big feature coming that ,ery one vlll want to gee. "The Bat- j of for announce- Real at Starand fan to surprise and delight! every- "The headlinw..l6 entitled "Targets of'.Fate.1'. '.This, big production' was produced1- and- -acted c-irreriences, she develops. info a .very beautiful, w-pman by _ her husband" jo'ins her.j. "i "ilr; -Miriterh's Misadventures'' fa a comedy drama of one tafce. after by the all-star another irnUI. his.linal misadventure, Is, a Eoui-stfrring drama "at.love, ad- whicb. fortunately for venture and Other spedal.s on tonight's bill worthy of special Vae'iitlpn la'jhe lat- est arfd best showing "the latest and moat Important-happenings the world over. i. "How y Won His'-'Sn-ectUeaU" will be well repaid upon _ t-af nt R is a dandy is "sure to cauie much laughter. Great interest .hae beeu aroused am- ong Lethbridge photo-fans fro'ni the announcement of Hirce-reel j feature which hns -be.en secured to play, STar'antl next .-Monday, an'd Tues- day." This attraction, entitled 'Midland's St'rufigle for. Lib- erty, or the Heart of tells one of the prettiest" love store's "ever written and shqivs loyal sons ot Erin turns out 'Pathe's great Weefcly. ftTas usual ot a .highly Instructive and interesting all latest 'ariii beat to show. Two great the fuuniosl ties "Her Wooden Leg" a of a oil BOURASSA AND BJSHOP FAU.ON CROSS SWORDS At Henri a.nt llFhop. debated Imperial Fed rutl the -jl Ccncda. li the circle is shown the French-Can n orator and b'esidc him the Re- .Catholic prelate who declared nsly fcr an'Erapire Federation. FOREMOST IS QUITE A TOWN Foremost, Dec. Ladies' Aid licltl a very _succeseful. sale- of work; and entertainment in the new depot on Friday night. The takings realized In the neighborhood, of oae hundred dollars. Since the of lots the local car- have been kept busy and no fewer than six'housed of business hive been built in the last two weeks. This yoyng and' prosperous .town now coasis'isj of 'elevators, two general merchandise stores, one hard- ware" one real estate office, one( ibutcher shop, one hotel, a restaurant, "rocm and barber aud two lumber yards.. -c Messrs, proprle- expect tof Ji'ave (Heir large dance hall tore of-the'pool finished, and .ready fp'rj Business, in a irjTiro Farmers'. Elevator have.at Jait.commenced .the .well 'known" jf'rain buyW, 'expects to do great J Bruce Carrington was in town last eek working on his future "Fore- most Hotel." Mr. and -Mrs. F. S. Leffmgwcll and Chas. Egan of Warner were visitors to luu-n last Thursday. Dr. Duncan of Altorado passed through (own ou Saturday. Mr. Ludtke has at last loaded all. of' wheat Into cars. He has boyght bushels of grain in Foremofit.in tho last two months. He also well satisfied the surrounding j homesteaders with his prices. The business men are very eager as to "when" the C. P. K. will give them an cccasioual -nay. freight, for under: present conditions they either have to ship In a carload and pay S cents a' hundred from Stirling or haul across country. J. G. Robertson shipped, in a carload of-groceries last week. j A big dance took place at the Buf- falo Head school on Thursday last. A good time is reported by all. J. G. .Iloberlson made a .business trip to .Grassy Late last week. llfiltl .jit aunderstanding' about a lady's' "un- the sVord and nyis- (neaaing the big programme at Star- Id tonight. Including-, es It do hel of Britain. Preparations are being made to aic- uea'nTof: the fsatiiro productions] the largest1 turnout ot pa- an offering which cannot who havc cre.r attended a mo- tion picture theatre In fxithbridge." The Week'-End Bhl at the.Sherman to Make Your Hair Beautiful i Home Treatment Falling Hair, Ittch- Scalp and Dandruff and the Hftlr Soft, Bril- innl Luitrouc'and Fluffy tlitn all t'ne "lialr in tbe world is a simple old homo recipe consisting of :jn BJT Rum, Lavona (de oom- a Menthol Crystals. 'HO thrte mixed at homa in a few !irork wonders wiUi any Try It Jusl one niplit aiitl see. i your druggist 2 02. Lavona, Buy Rum drachm Men :j Crystali. Diesolvc the Crystals Rum and pour In an S oz. Then add the Lavona, shake J It sUnd for an hour be- nsinj. U by putting a of the mixture on a soft cloth. thfs through the just one small strand at cleansca the hair and of dirt, duHt and excessive oil, _; the half (Jcllghtfnlly soft _ _ and'fluffy. To slop the hair fo'maVe U grow rwb" tne lotion briskly into the with tiie finger lips or a med- tin bnich. Apply and "J." A for dftys' use and you >t find a single loose Or slrag- j They will locked on rci-lp aa tight is a vise. TMTI- itill dSsappe-ir and Itr.Mng ceaso. 'n-dnyi you vlil-flnd fine downy sprouting up all over your hair -wlU grow wonderful- rapidity. druggfst Can you the above is very Inexpensive know of nothing so effective in rfsulu. J TonlRht the public the. Sherm will: have th( opportunity of- seeing the best vaudeville programme ever ..seen. In the city. Those who have seen this biH'are'Ioud In their its excellence '.and is encouraging to the management, who arc.untiring iu iheir- effoils.to public Uie very beat possible. For the week-end "another excellent nnd well balanced programme 'is 'offer- ed. All the acts are jicacMiners. Wes- fc Francis are .two. o'r the best Jsingtra and Oanccrs'rioiv on lour, Tho Kroriemau Bros, have an inatrumerTtal reputation and are acclaimed the clev: ercBt comedy acrobats appearing be- foro the rubllc. The OlymplturTrlo are vocalists of very lifgh ra'erit Vnd render botlrpopulir and classical se- lections that find favor with any au- dience, Cornell'offer itn original novtlty and are worthy.- of social mention, the act being a apcc- tacular and beauteous, creation. With four of the best in photoplay IB one that would be difficult to dupli- cate. MntlncM are given dally..at 3 p.m. Pricer, children lOc, adults IDC. Kventnf, two distinct perform- 7 and 9 p.m. Children 25c; adults 3Sc, A good'jiablt ts a val- uable asiet...Gct the Sherman habit, Good at the Cmpress Kxcoltciil am] merry-com- edies are included In the rrofirftntme for today and tomorrow at this the- atre. "Tho Translation of a Savage" is a splendid Edison production, the story being'of an Englishman who, re- jected by a society to Canada, anrt there marries" a daugh- ter of the backwoods. Ho'sends her lo Kngland, where, riasiny pala- derstanding" that js "sure ..to amuse, and.'in "On a Diiinb tleman's adventure In scanty niglil attire, is a great farce. One- of the most extraordinary nuiRs over filmod will bs exblbftcd on Friday and Saturday, ".WhllV.lhe Star! Is hi treating in a iln RetinV, Dec" is" all here'for the-'new depot so we can look for a'depoi agent soonl, The .telegraph poles are. all set and they have the rails all lined up in good shape ready for the rush of business that Is auro to follow; a tic way the theory of .Good progress is being mad ton our "San Toy" tomorrow Night With scenic suiromidlnigs realstlc ffth tono and color peculiar tb: the land of the mandarin, "San Toy" will be presented to the public of Leth- bridge on Thursday, and the two fol- lowing nights. On the stage oi the Majestic. The- atre wlli be grouped from time lo the play progresses, mem- hers of a company, who, described as amateurs, have 'much nf tbe' urt and ability ivhich are claimed by those- who ..style .themselves professionals. The''.majority of them hftyef-Vec'ij thereibe'fore- Country. in which ;thoy.! ejifiied goneroug, but by no" means ed, praise.' The performance on that occasion woa a veritable surprise, "for ual to erpect from amntenra an ap- proach to. but not an equalling of, the seasoned professionals. So far'Rg the local company Is concerned the manner in one and all fllUd themselvea into.their parts .wag'suf- ficient to dfspel the popular riotfoa. Tho rank and file presented tho mer- its looked lo In those-who inalco thc- ntrlcata 'their1 bustnesB.' Tho princi- pals, such as M 3sa Dorothy Youngf Mr. B. S. Young, and Mr. delighted'the audience with'the brll- Jlancy of their performances, and Lelhhridgo woke to the fuel that for a oily of its sire, it contained an un- usual array of native talent. The company blossomed into favorable 're- putation without so much RS the pre- liminary Btagea of growth.' To live up to established opinion, in Uie Thespian art. by. no means an easy matter. But the mem- bers of the Amateur Operatic society have their responsibility. Xo efforts have been spared. to make ;San-Toy" class with, if-not outshine, The Country Girl." The play to be produced, though of a different kind, rivals ''the other In action and the pe- culiar mould in which U-Is cast It is "bound to meet with, popular favor to by the players. This tho public can confidently expect. The zest and .energy Instilled into the iiearaals together with the personal- ities of the players, give promise tbat laurels gained will bo considerably added to. ..J- 8HIL.OH i-jIcViV Mk4 the M Mate. v SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION Ottawa, fiec. provisional school for. instrucllon for cavalry will be" established at for a period if sir weekt commencing on Militia orders announce the estab- lishment of a provisional school of In- struction at Montreal for army .veter- corps for a period of six weeks commencing January. 15. new Jiotel. Messrs and Nelson have tbe contract to build it. James Nolan is building a1 fine new homo which is to be 54x26 la size. Domey and Xelaon also have thte job. Tbe Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. are doing a land offlc6 business these days. Mr. manager, Is rushed ev- ery minute. He.reports that Retlaw wheat 'will grade No. 1 hard. Tiie Alberta Pacific and the Nation- al elevators are very near completed and tlio OgLIvte elevator is making flno progress. "We feel sure a good furniture store In Retlaw would pay good with a ten cent counter as a side line. flctlaw IB on the new C. P. R. time table so we are to have regular train service right away, anfl we will'look to see the.'Lethbrldgo wholesale mer- chants make us an excursion trip soon. Don't forget the big free ball at the opera house on the evening of Dec. I2th. The bulIdlDg is u-Ufc a good .maple floor. Our lone restaurant feeds SO to 100 people every day, and there is another one being built. Owing to the desire of the people of RetlaTT, A. Preisigi'of Lethbrldge, has decided to open a harness store in (he locality. NO APPEAL IN THE KIEV JUDGMENT Kiev, Russia, Dec. tfme limit expired today for an appeal jgafptt the vecJici-of a-- qulttal In the recent (rial of Menrfel BellUt, on tha charge of murdering Andrew Yuc- Jhlniky for of "blood rit- as the pubflc prosecutor'did not take advanfaae'of the fifteen rfayt'' period aTlowtd for appeal, and the Judgment became auto- matfcairy aibolute. CLOGGED NOSTRILS TRY OPEN AT MY-CATARRH-BALM Itittlnt Relief When Mole art Clogged rrom a CoTd. Stopt Catirrhal Dull Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get A txittle juat to try Apply .a IIIUo In the nqstrlls snd.inslaiiiiy your clogged nose. and air passagets of will, open; you will breathe (recly; dullneaa antl headache disappear. By riornlncl the catarrh, cokl-ln-head or calarrhal sore throat will be gone. Knd such mleory nov! Get the iraali bottle of "Elj'a Cream Ualm" at druz store. Till iwHt, (rssrint bnlm the heal ol the noslrila; rpnclratnL and heals the In- flamed, swollen membrane which lines the head and throat; clears the passages; stops' nasty charges and a feeling of cleansing, too'thlng relief comes Immediately. Don't lay a wake tonight for brcJtli, vlth head stuffed! nostrils arid 'hlp-iclng. Cat- arrh or a cold vith iu running foul mucous dropping Into throat, raw dryness Is dlgtreislng, but iruiy needless. _ Put your "Eij's Cream andi'your cold or cat- .'...y uisaopear. J. D. Hfg lum t Ca., Ud., Matrnte Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre Twlco Nightly TO-NIGHT The Juggling Harddigs THE BOYS THE OLD STRAW HATS Wilbur and Harrington COMEDY SINGERS AND CANCERS Harry Howell SOCIETY ENTERTAINER Schoen's Ruff House Kids IN CLEVER MUSICAL COMEDY Extra Added Attraction 1000 feel of Educational Film, ehowing the Manufactuic cf the Famouii "Wilk-Over" Shce. lllu.traling the wonderful progrt, thi, mduilry. Coupons with each adml.slon. Drawing on Wed. ROYAL STORE. SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE STARLAND TO-NIGHT KEYSTONE See It! Don't Miss It! SPEED KINGS Remember Barney Oldfield's Race For Life, this Much Better To-day Bijou To- morrow The Befcten Path A drama of sterling merit' Willie's Apprenticeship Matinee daily It', a laugh, a scream To-day Empress To-day The Translation of a Savage A of a daughter of the Canadian backwoodi Pathos Weekly FRIDAY-WHILE THE STARLIGHT TRAVELS A quite different picture COMMISSION IN JAPAN Ottawa, Dec. uralei-ilojd that Mr. Gordon Johnson, HOW of sou of J. W. Jolmson, M.P.P., of Belleville, will shortly be' appointed as Canadian Tracle Com-nlB- sloner In Japan. Mr. Johnson has laj several years' erperienco in cc'n-ner- clal life in. Japan. Don't mereiy smother your cough CURE rr Mlthisu's Sjnp of Tir :aH Cod Liver Oil not only -piomptly irtests'coURhing. hnl lhanks'to its tonic and prcptitits khslps Hicsrstfm to IhtOw off the cold and Ihus effects permantnl cure. 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