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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMHEK 24. 1913 THE I.ETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Spend A Merry Christmas at STARLAND SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MATINEE From to 5, Evening 7 to 11 Children lOc Adults 15c Tonight The Plot Against the Governor No blood and thunder but plain fads of the present day political conditions. In two THE WAIFE A magnificent bit of realism Mrs. Carter's Campaign Depicting How a Woman was Elected Mayor.of CartewvlH WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS A Grwt Rural Comedy at Majestic 'Ati allraclion bMricg the Metro- politan, label which will be seen at the Majestic two night commencing Thursday, Dec. 25, special Cbiistiuas matinee, is Geo.. H. Howard's scenic jirocluctigii ot David llarum drama- tized novel by same name by Herbezt Noyes Wescott, Vrilli members ol the original cast Strong Christmas Program at SlaHand I balance a program for. 01 Ibe many gocd nl.otoplays shown the management claim nolhun ap- al Starland, the 1'lot agalttst tin1 VCIIIOJT is one utjhc jesl, and is Mmculml" remarkable, it suggests none of ihe re- cent political plays on the stace. .In this, instance the" Covcruor has a double 'ivfco enables him to T.-in oiit against- the machine. Tliis is but a liort, sketch of this big feature. There ,s enough to reels and thPr ntensely interesting photoplay... This This depicts" whole thing is A good strong nien.' fighting; their way drama ihat certainly should uoM an through terrtiTic forest flres-.n lar- udLence fascinated legardless. ol age away racing for inUes in their Trail canoes through rapids torrents in their tremendous struggle or condition in_ lite. Mrs. Carter's campaign humorous comedy showing how 3 for existence. clfrcr r.oman beats a cialty village Mr- Her I Ellingsnn, who met boss at his own game anil is enthusiastic reception last ntfilit, mayor. hvill sing, "You Rig Hlus-Kycd to'make up a most 'at the matinee, the evening... Today BIJOU THEATRE Tomorrow 'The Great Aerial Disaster' A DRAMATIC WASVRPtBCe rULU OF INTERESTING SITUATIONS AND A REAL DISASTER. lOc Coining "The Man in Black" 15c A Christmas Present FOR A MAN ABoxofGoodGgars A Humidor For or Tobacco In good condition A Good Pipe Vtylh Airier ur VulcanlU Sttfnt We have the but at THE ARCADE R, W. WALLACE LIGHT UP FOR XMAS Turn UIB "Juice" on into a Bergmaun "Xew Tung- sten Lamps and you will havo the brightest Xmas of your. life. each dot each......J7.50 doi. dot each J13.00 doz. 10% off In aMorUd doieni. BUY HOME PHONE J. S. KIRKHAM ROOM 1, KIRKHAM BLOCK excellent Xmas. program. .and all, the work is-done, by the sts- Cardslon, Tlie liigh'ters oi mercy of the school and Jios- svlioul closed indies lor the term' piUt. -The government allows an is- and l'Cal- on ori" Saturday sue of rations for this Srast, and ____________n._ rooming Mr." vice-I'rincipil, the towns near the reserve A very beautiful drama of Yuletiile. Icil for his hoirieTii1 Pottage la Praxis made'by the for .a1 few God-We teilfiig'of a1 ric. Man., -trr are wired with the A Great Bill at tht Sherman poverty-stricken man who becomes i" Arthur Titcher 'is lid ing a' substantial meaV of soup, vegetables The attraction of- the Xmas, at Xmas. lime. Tic has two barn at his "town On meat. week will be presented for three days' children at home pray for Santa lanh at Pitcher', is'j Agent JDElworth, Ihe-tew] y appomt- ivith daily. matinc-ejt at the Sherman Claus lo cotne and when tie brftjks in- building a large liaru and making the Ulood Reserve, was Theatre-' The headliners are "Haw- to iilc rich man's house, a child who other hnprovcinenlsHo his propertyV in Catdston ,-recently and reports thorne and Ills Maids" idio'comes down in" the night to see his Mr. and itrs. [j. A, Gillies 'leave that a'flew gasoline pump has- been rlcligMIti] offer fog. "How- presents finds him, and the police arc this week fur Claresholm, where they ard it Oral" have. a very original act in. However, the spirit :6f wiH'spend. Christinas with relatives; in which the male member does sonic Christmas prevails and trie burglar's -Mrs. E. Pilling, oi Kimball, leit Claiis on. Saturday for her father's home in Gridley, she will Her father, D.: L. p the. Gridley dis- sottlciiienl in Cali- some years.ago. -Slr.'and most- r em a rkahlc juggling. Don -Tay- children do not lor, in an up-to-date venlrilooiiaracti'iii' vain." is most entertaining, and Cnrlis and La Van in a singing and !is and Great Wcei'ly ;'completes visit for a liriie.. H "Kspc-.tliis very excelleti'l iThoriip'son, Mormcii'sd V. I 'SIM loslalleil by the Homaa Catholic Mis- sicri at Sfapd-Ot. Miss Kbse Archibald, the popular young teacher ol. the'Cardsfon Pub- lic school stall, is to become the wile of. Phil' Li-maul The date rct is Dec. 26, and a quiet wedding will he hclil. Miss Archibald till.the begin Majestic Theatre Two Nights Commencing With Special Christmas Matinee JULIUS CATOf Presents America's Foremost Comedian GEO. B. HOWARD With Metropolitan Cast '.I ------IN------ ARUM The Coawdy Success of Years., Seats now on Sale at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store Prices: '...Gallery25c. EL3A JOUSON "Majeltic Theatre In "David Harm' Chr'ntmat'Night. which will he thc-bficriTiE at this popular, playhouse. -David a pop- ular story on sale for, over five years. As a play il'is even, wider in Us ap- r'cal, all the -olil lovable of thc-hooV are. seen as llvln? vital hci'ngs, with.their quaint philosophies and witticisms. Th5 pro- duction thai" will bs-. seen here Ms flaborate vljh local-chlor' and. con- -tatns all the; natural'simplicity with which tho stprf .ntiounds.t'Kcati on tale .at -Allin's Drug Hooi Bfore. nihg'df the present school term, behind the counter In the store of W Milk Hiver Hidge, near TaylorvHlc, '.H. Steed and Co., and Mr. Lyman left on. Sat-irriay. [or-Dunkirk, NTew a. well Known young Caidstonite York state, their former home, where Miss Archibald will continue he they'will spend the Tyjnlcr. j work "at school lill midsummer. -T i Mothers-in-law-'aff.1 a -'source' C. E. Cameron, barrister of -Mac-1 [Sc.entiflc Ameri.nj tract worlli ol work on'or TMs wcck 3 oardstcn leod, auiv'cd in Caldston on Friday Not. many people realize Oic IBIS-Mlic new sutwar, and that the aver- nlan OCCn5inn to slap his inotllfr- last ant! will-be associate! with ffm. nltude o( the work which 13 being age ciaily force employed is men. in tlie fMc. Kor a it llis iaw rractico-at Cards- done In estcndlnj! the sutwnj- syEtem About. Wo-flflhs. therefore, of this as it a court case would re- ton. V.r. Caracron is not z stranger of Neiv York. and unos- great Is altcaily unaer way. srft, the mailer lias hcra smoolh- in the Temple City, having licen prin- tenlatlously u the new method ol c.v.. Before. Hie. oiul ol tho year contracts ci over, and Ihe trouble settled. of tli'c school line heloie taking caTatloii uelnr: cinled on. lint Hie (0 the value of about will! Vcslcrday morning's train was welt up (ho profession ol law. Mrs. Cnm- rCBldcntB of York are not con- havo hecn let. which means th.M nine''crowded with people leaving for the eron will not. conic to Cardston till Ifronled by any physical evidences of months allfr the the Dual .Christmas holidays. .Mr. and Mrs. spring. She, (no, is well known- in the really great magnitude of the un- System operating contract, actual ccn- V. Christie were passengers to Cal- Cnrdston district as Miss Ilutt, who dert-iking, such as marked the con- struction worl: ha in progress on gary, where Mrs. Christie will visit taught school at Caldwell and other: slruction of the first subway. Yet It. of Hie city-owned lines, iicr mother, Sirs. Kcrr. From there places. tributary to Mr.! is a. fact that tho building of whet The length of the now system Mr. and. Mrs. Christie will go to and Mrs. Cameron will be1, a decided la Known aa the Dual Sjslem in-1 wit! he-anou; clfiiity miles. ofVhich Itowtkii lo visit" Mr. Christie's son, acquisition lo the husincss, volves EU] ependltnro of capital miles will form an Garfield, and a visit to a hrolhcr in and religious life of1'the Temple City.j is over one-half as greftt as that which j of liie pr.icout syf.-' I.acombe will also be' made. Hiss To c.ill a pool. after the'Tern-l has heen Invested In Hie I'ar.nma; tcui. aud Iliirly-fivc miles will repre- Hose Hodgson wiil also visit in Cal- pie City is exercising iht minds ol j canal. The canal, .when tlie N'er- Yo-X Jliinicipal EJS-. Karv and Ucwddn' for the holidays, 'many'of Cardston's .citizens. Mr. will liivo cost about J37S.oiiO.OCO: ir (em. .These' f-snrca, however, ;cbrer, The yoiing man -Woolsley who M'as 'Ion (nought .to lollow tlie leatl .of will cost lo coriElfiicl the imsclv the Unglb' of Iho road- and killed in the motorcycle accident near other organizations, and wrote SHERMAN THEATRE Christmsis Specied and FRIDAY and SATURDAY Hawthorne and His Minstrel Maids IN ;v Night Don Taylor, Howard Graf IN THE JUGGLER'S DHCAJir K Curtis Laran Singing, and '.'_ FOUR, OF THE BEST IN PHOTO PUAY8. MATlHEE, DAILY AT 2JO y-m................... EVENING it 7 p.m., Adulti 35c; Chlldrtr) Tal onc.ol Cprdsion's its purpose. ncrr business men, leaves this morn-' William AldrMge, of. Rocky Mowi- MONTENtcniN OUCEN IS; ILL ho'i bcrn Indls- tnc for where he will tain oil lame, in addition to running .Zurich. Queen lire. Jlon'ososro.- uolli- er of of I io he d: 1.- I s nncior-: at-Mou--. ll-.o cap. j Hr.l of '.'.'le Ua 1 r..i i Dr. A. (leniihrrt. of tMu city n. pol-r.i1 wci-ks. imt yrsterrtily vi'sil his wife and tai F.vv.tpiciiu suddenly very (cr, and return to thetn in the spring. ciiy for the win- Hie N'fcw Palace theatre, is to branch Cards Ion with out after'Christmas'into the .M'sincss. llis slablcs are lo be down It .will be .se'renlcen yracs r.est hill from the Cahoon holcl in the Chrisloas EMPRESS EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Today and A MtrvcTloMly -Two-Reel Feature The Strength of Men A Grand Story of'tht Courage, Endurance and Grit of IHs Plc.r.ttn of the PATHE'S WEEKLY, A Beautiful Xnui Story. OTHER GOOD ONES BERT ELLINdSON WILL SING grejUrt Two-Reel Picture Play ever exhibited In the city. Q1RLS LEAVE HOME" ton sprung cjuitc n surprise on-l'rin- ihat this class might as auc-1 cipal J. Walter Low on Friday night as past classes in their pnrtmcntal examinations. Fpi Krer- years all High school when they presented him with ttaullful rnalioganjr. wcitlcg caliinel. wtinng TOBACCO niitjj 'sinco this Chin'iman landed in. liiiiidlnss formerly used (or that- pur- 5Ir- Low-has .been untirhg-jn-his ef-, have, paiwil. One of ilanicsr.s to (his town." embarked Pose. behail.o.. grades. IX, and iht3-yfar. also. by n ch-iln-tho rcsUurftnt .U teen reported nuoul town IXI> anc) was show appreciation The- g'niled Ilcclamalion (hat Miss Wi'son ol lasl year's teach- ol tMs ttiat students ot; jv.orVs still recctics -a lot of freight >ng staff at- the public, school is fo m'v'c I I through Cirdston.-'Kvtry' day ttama rtlurn lo lead] next lerrn. Inler- gHl'-Mr.-Low in fitting inre on'the .with coal. All the viewed b> tlir. Herald repiesenfalivc, tanked the donors and espreswd his 'real used at Balb has corac to Cards- none of .the trustees anything and.been tcarocil taim here. This ol her reluin. Miss Wilson is leach- there ii'ilanjlng'on the siding ing in Manitoba Ihls term. n larpo shove) wlitch will Friends ol A. YV. Prime will he Innloaiicd anil-teamed to.ihe works, glad lo know that he has returned to o( the'contractors' have ceased I'aiJstpn 'and taken a position on the bpxrations for !hul with .Itnching fitafi pi. the public school. the comfng olTspring-there will be Mr. Prime.was on Ihe stair for the hundreds.of teams hauling supplies .lerm cndir.g at midsummer, bill this I Cardston _across'to fincle Sam's has been principal at HIM 'domain'.'.' Spring fldore eomirig to Cjidsfon j The-.Hqrosn Catholic -Mission at Mr. Vrime had the school nt Hound- dinner ('reck! .-and wherever he Jh'as' ol the Upper Blo'od he has shown dis ability' in j The aliair his He' v -ill pradc is 'MI anneal one. .Last'yfat 400 In- seven, maile by the tcsigna- jdians, sriuaws, and children were fed. tion ol Miss HaTslrad. .'Tallfs are wl in the I'upils o' the High'school'at Cards-. examinations The Newest Thing Out Parisian .Ivory Dressing Mirrbrs A .Parisian fvory Dresthig Mirror arid a tone of and ffcfincment to yoiir'dteBsing -ParUiairlvory U'lLe new mounting which fubipn'dictates. U li a. beautltul will not, Urnlah or uiiBlghlly Ilko alwcy'a walls' clean and Alto ccmba. clr. Tho mirrors are "made of the finest'FrcACli plate glass. Kveryr. one handsomely boied. JACKSON COMPANY Drugcli-.e and SUtfcnen Third Avtnut South ;