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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THUKSDAV, DECEMUEK IS. 1913 THE LKTIIBRIDGK HERALD PAGE THREE To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-morrow "Mating" A Dramatic AJ Ju tvoi rct'l iibual loo. Mi i-rcliisUirle Jays mighi right; the strong ariii rulcU. Today Intellect is itc uitshller. "Some Runner" He's a wliirlulnd. Him.? a falls in love during liic race. the gTrl. cornea lu llrjt, jubt Yiakos up. A gcod laugh. 'While the Children Slept' _____A cu U- HU'e rnelc'Jrama starring child Battle of Waterloo" MAJESTIC TO-NIGHT KEYSTONE "Schnitz the tailor" NUF SAID COMING TOMORROW "A SOCIETY HIGHWAYMAN" A MYSTERY DRAMA ANOfWSf VISIT THE CITY, 20 Saturday, December One Night Only A Laughing Panic WITH "Zeke" and "Daisy" The Funniest of all Stage Characters A LA "MUTT AND JEFF" Musically Great Dramatically Elaborate Scenery and youraelvei in the wavei of merriment of hours plunge in an ocean of hilarity PRICES: 25c 50c 7Sc at Kenny Drug-Book Store COMING SOON THE MISSOURI Gift THE BIO FUN SHOW 22122 DAVID HARUM WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Jai, C. Thompson and Strong Company at the Sherman '.The bill Tor the vrook end at the only vaudeville' house In (he city Is a particularly strong one. Headed by J. C. master inagic- lan, ivho completely mystifies the au- dience .with, the maiiy. .excellent Irlcks he' performs. ".Absolutely Ihe best aerial act ever, seen In Ihe city 13 -by-the-Aerial -Alacks, Informing evolutions on wire, the finish being-most sensational. The Fear Temple Sis- ra'are vocalists and instrumentalists or high merit, playing piano, violin, nrtoHn, guitar and banjo in'a very pleasing manner. iVorle 'Hughes in eleven character songs and dances completes, a bill'that for excellence _s seldom been equalled and certain- ty never excelled. Four of the' best In the photoplay! (vbrld ends a two hours' entertain- ment guaranteed "by the management .o be. the finest obtainable. Matinees Jftlly at 2.30 p.m. Prices Iy and iflc. FRO performances nightly, 7 and C' i.m. Prices, children 25; adults 35e, _ "_tJe of on Monday and Tuesday The management of the Bijou ttifce _ pleasure in announcing that the inch-talked of "Baltic of Waterloo" .-ill positively be shown'next Monday Dseeiabor 22 and 23. In many cases 'features oi _ :al merit have aroused grpat in- but never before has such in- manifested itself as in tbe in- tance of'Thc Raltlo of Waterloo." Ever since tbe'ffrst announcement J starts loti- nfter fnc other fellows, constant Inquiries have been. made: .will 'The Battle1 of Waterloo' Tbe BlJqn Is a very .la'rsi; theatre, sealing over rive hundred -iteople, but is is _vcry doubtful, whether it.will enough -ilie throngs .anxious- to'see-'thls 'proUuc- tlon.- >Jo seats are' -being reserved, except the boxes, so everybody is Ad- vised to come catly to. secure desir- woos and wins a girl, marries her d still wins'.tbe race. Then 'he a- tip. "While" Hie Children Slept" "is -one these juveaile comedy dramas ''IliaI able seats. Jfatlnees -will be daily, a special l iec each fpr ilio children, so they can see this wonderful school. Bijou Theatre r At tho'Uijou .sec a programme of extraordinary merit The (calurc subject'. VMatlrtR'V certainly sive one food for reflection, shows the evolution'of man 'from pre-historic days, when law. de- cided by bone and brawn, to the pre- sent, dale, in life nre decided by brain and brain "Utllo II desires the." wo than t for his mate, but is swept aside by a pow- erful blow from "Big Man." He re fury, but gives "her up, know log he is no match for the grent man The Define is ccn presenting this ever popular play has been seen In every slate and Mix two cupa of one tup of flf Pui erritory In the Union, i" possibly hsd at with tbe Crown colonlca. Her, M. V. Hardy, assistant to Can- ater, and stir for 2 on' Jlow'at1 at Cardston at the present U- our.cts of rir.cit tdfty time, la a tale exhibitioner and Sec- is1 wbjili) in a 16-oiince bolilc; jflnd Tripos of Sidney, wo cxcopiinns, and last company loured Canada, where the play met with Hie game remarkable helpful. A reception thai has characlerizeil its [cure the United States, The po> nlarlly .of the "play la not Umlted Lo any particular section. Wherever It goes It Is tlie same croivdfd houses and rleUglitctl ntiitlences.-- Other plfij'e that liavo been before trie public deterloratc-ond frequently manfigers fnlsl. Inft-rior compnnfvS on tho public with low-salaried actors in the principal roles. Vred Raymond has always fcepl nla companies up to standard and that probably, tho roa- College, and of Welfg Theolop- aTVeaspocnful every one, two or College. After his ordfnation. I before coming, to. Canads, lie worked !M. Has curato of Stl Michael's Dcven- port. .Canon Mowat, Vlio Is In charge o1 the Southern -Alberta Mission, has distinguished himself as a clergyman hours. You can feel this lalcc hoi fn way bui____ ionic effect, braces up the appetite, and Is tHrfnly taxaltve. too. which Is rtmedy for hoarsenew, na and all The efVsct of pfne oh Ihe Is hnofen. PlTits is Ihe mosl enirateJ compouni of Norwegian pine rich In gualacol ail Ihe natural healing pFno Other preparations formula, Thfs PJntic and 3vu .__________.... Kalnetl great popularhr Ihreujihoul "the" of rare hiialreEs abri.Ky, and bfs con duct of lha of his large field (3 very creditable. The specially made .viro to the pens at the Cardslon 1ms arrived from .the is being put up.' Tlie fencing Is being-sunk A guaranty'of flbsolufn FaHsfncl'lon, or 'thil ctepth vlll extend another three honey r not work .this Syrup rtclpft has pens are being constructed, -The deng arc made oi half barrels, rhich will be enclosed In a wooden w.t anil covered with earth. About is being spent In equipment and" land, ami the o be one of great Importance, The proprietors, Messrs. .Hawejs, ,on, sold a pair Inat wecfe to the Port- age U'ild Animal Co. of Portage la Man., Dogs are down in pritp, hut to get funds to op- crate the- farm satisfactorily Mr." fiawes tells the representative It was necessary fo The yalr fn a market would .have .brought' if they h'ftd been held. There are sttll'eleven foxes left. Fire 6f these aro females, and" the company" hope to realize thirty pupa by aprlns.. Nine men are at wort getting things In shape for winter, and ii is expected that the foxes home this week. iat .the foxes vlll Tor refunded. irlih.ihu fect rlarallol'tb llic surface, rtc wire ronto Ont. enclose -small cnlmals. Twcjve Mount Royal .College, Calgary Openlnj of WINTER'TERta, Januiry 5th, 1913 BUSINESS Stcnograpliy. Typewriting, Ac- countancy, etc, j Vocnl, Ir.slrumenul and 'Thcorr. and High School Clrades. Preparation for Uni- versity and Tpachert. Ladles' College Courses [or girls. French conversation classes. I'alnllng, Water Colors. Lealhor Tollng, etc. EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL1 Arl and Puljljc Speaking. HOUSEHOLD and Caleduar, apply to KEV. OEOROE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., PRINCIPAL PHONE M. 2191 CALCARY ;