Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. DECEMBKU 22, 1913 THE L E T HB RID 0 E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE The Greatest Pic- (m'e ever .Filmed on the Greatest Sub- .U-ft t li t: Human .Miml can cunmve. A Work of (ii'Liiiis. uuulc on the His- torical Spot; Thou- sands ol' Men and Ilor.sc.s. TODAY At The BIJOU TODAY II BAM OF Admission Children ISc, Adults BoxSeateSSc Continuoui performance 2 to 5 and 7 to 11 p.m. See tliis blaster- piece. You will be Astonished by its M a n i t ml e a a il Sensational Spec- tacular Visualiza- tion of the Horrors or AVar. SHERMAN THEATRE Special Attractions for Yuletide To-night Matlntt Dally At 2.30' Tv.'o Perform- ances Nightly WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Jack Morrison Co. CHAMPION AUSTRALIAN BUSHMEN Lowrie Prince Singing, Talking, and Dancing Just Kids, but "Some Noitt" Brandon Taylor IN "THE GIRL AND THE YODELER" That Bostonian Four HIGH CLASS MALE QUARTETTE THE CREAM OF PHOTO PLAY IN .PRICES: Matinee'lOe and 15c. and 35c. DEATH IflLVUXB THE FINANCIAL LOSSES ARE ES- TIMATED AT OVER SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS Majestic Theatre Two Nights Hpr OCfl Commencing UCL. With Special Christmas Matinee .TULIUSOAHN Presents America's HOWARD Comedy Success of. Years5 Sc-ats on Sule nt'Kcii'ny Aljin's Drug-Hook Store Prices Gallery 25c. Detroit. -Midi.. Dec. the 1913 season of navigation on the Great I-afccs now closing, 20 boats entkd I heir existence, about 275 lives I lost a lid SOU Or more minor accidents occurred. la 391-, lives were lost, ves- sels were wrecked and 200 minor ac- [dtlcnts occurred. j The most important loss, of- ihe -sea- i son in 1012 was the "sinking of tbe I steamer Janie's "Gayley cm1 Lake Su- Ijioilor by collision j combined 'loss of and cargo tieirig while tiiis season t'sere ivyro seven losses, cadi "exceeded; that amount, The'lbiS'of life'-, would liave been comparatively small Ibis year liad it j not heeti for the big storm of Xoveni- 1 ber I'-U. when all of tlie.year's..1psses of life except' seven were recordeJ. The seven were lost l'i oiany act! Ail approximate estimate places the Extra Special TONIGHT Extra Special IN THE DAYS OF TRAJAN A Roman Spcdacnlar Production.in Two Parts. Stupendous Setting, Gorgeous Costumes. AK-SAR-BEN The Carnival Beautiful Recently Held at Omaha Beauty in the Shell A By the ,Sea Shore Tale The Ice Man's Revenge Some Comedy PO total money loss'bf tlio Eea.scn of 191C at aiioill Including loss of cargoes, damage by colllssion and by This is undoubtedly the bisect sea- son's loss ever recorded on the lakes arid is more remarkable that It oc- curred largely afonc liuie..'. The total'nnonclal loss to arid cargoes, 'aside- Would hardly have i 000. Foremost, Dec. poll ring in from all parts and the ele valor men have, tlielr hands full. Ixo In of flour Last Time EMPRESS Today MONDAY AND TUESDAY- Start the Festive Week by Seeing the Great Vitagraph Comedy in Two Reels OUR WIVES 2000 Yards of a Perfect Riot of will keep you Smiling .all COMfNG SOON "The Strength oOliin'' a Wonderful Omnia. "Why a Perfect GREAT MINERAL WEALTH '.Spokane, Wash., Dee. million dollars' worth of nuierals 3ias been extracted during 1013 from I ho mines of the Cocur d'Alcne region In northern Idaho, east.of Spofcaue, ac- cording to conservative-estimates of mining operators, on figures from; the principal properties. Many authorities say "tbe figures .will be closer li this week. This'ls the third car o flour in the'last'.week or" so. Tht SUrUnd "In the Diyi b[ is the title the two-reel Homan classic shown at Stnrland lor the first time today, lack Kerrigan appears .'aa the Prince of bacla, and akes the role of Princess Octavia. fie time-honored rllllan, Jack'Rich- ardson, revels.in the costume of.Juni- u's'Publlus, Ihe Prefect of Rome; while the other .leads are' all caat with a large number of sujer- numerarles. Tho settings are beautiful, and the Ancient -properties; raaite dram, allc action ejceediugly realistic. Slarland patrons may look for an unusually strong programme with this for IU feaiore. An Ak-Sar-nen .film sliows all tho principal'evehls ot Iho great'Gcrman Camlvai recently held in Omiha, Neb "Beaiity in the She'll" la a- "by the sea" love story, and exceedingly well ERSTE the original PILSNER BIER. Our Ocrman friends uill he pleased to hear that for llite Xmr.s wo have received a small shipment of these two popular brands of German Heeryknown and appreciated all over the continent. Sofd In Pints only, per dozen............ C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co, PHONE 543 -P.O. BOX 628 407 .and 409 Second Avenue South! Boy the old rrjuble Boy oiL Alwaj-3 put. bottle yourkitl There are yaut O imA k when Take." 3-b-OnentrieorigiulbKycle 'oii. Labfkita, detns, boWw, pnnttt mt Kxcpi nAe at fm a pofcd 3-ii-Ore SOh) OF-JOHN CURRV HAS DISAPPEARED; FOUL I SUSPECTED Windsor, Ont, Ucc. F.! Currj', son of ..tho late '.Tolin Curry.; fellllonnirc real cslatc and forratr prlvale hanker here! fan. parcil and Is thoiigbt to'havc mot wUti foul ploy.. Ho was sscn around here about a week ago.. Wlieri he left lila office lie had about on ills person, It is said. W. 0. Cnr- ry, an unclo, lias Ml for Chicago to nin.dowii a duo emanating, from that city.." COOPERATION SAVED .MONEY Spotane. Wash., IJec. on _ reports of tHo 1913 experiences of fruit growers of the Spokane country, prodiiccra of tho four Pacific nortliwC3lcrn Slatca [save ntaJty 3IOO.COO by jiur.fdming apple boxes cooperatively next year. 'J best ever presented to ns. For-the first balf of the. week i visit tbe Empress today and torior- o vaudeville programme Is an excel-; row..will sure get tbat same "good" nt combination. Jack Jlorrisey I feeling, for (be extra special two-reel "champion Australian Vitagraph comedy' triumph, "Our adepts in the art of is absolutely a perfect riot "Of pc-twl.-llnj and and fun and merriment that will keep you vc an" exhibition that will he appre-: cheerful with .merry laughter ated- Loiirie fc P-ince present a you see It, and for u long time after, nging and talking act of a' very ex- Two Jrasbands are .Induced to become ellerit cbaractcr, aiid although young- "angels" In an opera company, aridaf: ers, isin the plaudits of tlio audi- ter they havp seen the beroine they nee at every-performance. Brandon come enthusiastic backers of (he cbni- Taylor. will be seen in a very specr pany. Atlantic- City is chosen for.tbo icular offering "The Girl anad.tbe opening, and their wives Insist'on go- ajiU are artistes of merit, ing, but alas the play, "The Kleur de armpng singers are a welcome atldi- Lys, proves a disuial failure. ,Tbey on to any programme, and the Bos- are ruined and Decide to commit sat- onlan are u. delight to lovers of, clde. Tho heroine's husband sees the nuslc. men in 'her room and engages TJio management absolutely tectlve to follow ber. Their wives en- this bill as one that will gird tering the the men jump Into to wait until the laugh'ler fore.continuing Their lines. Wm. Jill- liken as Col.'Sweatman-handled the part as .'If to the manner .bcrn, anid Indeed all the members of 'the cast Accredited themselves exceedingly well. .v "From the comments made at thn, close of the performance, it is sa'ro to predict Missouri. elects to play.here again Eon, they will b'e accorded :ering reception. Mention should-Us made also ths excellent, and .dancing numbera .-tv Jfias Ford, -Mr. JIlIHVen and'Mr Farr rell, which-gave anradtod piriuanc.v.' to an altogetrier enjoyable entertainment. _ .vor every amusement lover i he Good Christinas Attraction An out-oMhe-ccdtnary attraction Is David quaint semi-rural omwly in wjiich Oeorge B. Howard nd bis associate players wilt appear t the '.Majestic Theatre for two ights, commencing December 25. All the tlmeworn plots and counter, lots have been assembled In this each has been given a de- ighlful veneer of humor and put in Is respective place. There Is the mat- er of. tho foreclosure of the mo.-cgage, be run on the stock market, and the ucky plungers ivho-heM out for .the ise. Then there -1s tho old familiar ove affair between the young hank clerk and the pretty school mistress, n fact, "David Harum'1 contains just enough of the' essence of all successes to make It the triple ex- jact ot all that Isjbest and whole- some in drama. Tho old familiar characters take on a new Interest xvheri they are all gath- ered together in Ihe same story, .and l< the principal character of borso trader, banker, Ekliu-fllnt, vfillanlhro'plst, lie Is the most Intensely human character conceived In American 'Ictlon; .he may. not always conform with the ac- cepted standards, but tic gels results. qcorgeB. win present Harum the company .appear liefe, Is a character actor of the new scl.ool, who his had his post graduato course in the greatest of schools, "the permanent wheVe tne act- or Is the next thlnj; to the play, and the typo actor f-els hia two veeka' no- tice after the first performance. Although a' .comparatively young man, Mr. Howard has bad a wealth of experience in. his ch.osen profession; and Ms work as the f Ily horse trar'i er with Iho liearl of gold mark! tim as ono of the greatest legitimate com- edians of Ihe The Company .supporting Mr, How- ard have carefully selected, and every so'well placed tbat the actresses' trunks, forgetting their hats, .which tho wives find. .Tho trunks are locked and shipped to New York. There the firm becomes fast and furious; the coin plications that arise when the maid gels them out of the trunks and puts the'author of the ilay ID, arc excruciatingly funny, and DUKE BROKE HIS ARM Belgium, Dec. Duke of Orleans, pretender to 5 the throne of France, broke bis ami-ttf'i day while skating la au ice rink here. He collided with inpther skater so' violently that tolii1 were unconscious for a few minutes. On Ail Electric Liglit Fixtures we are giving 25 cents back on every dollar, as a present to our: .customers for the Christmas season only, Yours for a merry Christmas, Leicester Electric Co. S.Q.E! Building, 10th Street, S.