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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ifl THE A1XY MUS1CANDDRAMA ( FIDELIO) Big War EXTRA -HIS H The Lait Drop of Water EXTRA A story of the -Great American Deiert. Bin Sensation Wednesday The Still Alarm The preatest fire picture ever attempted. SOON HERE COLLEEN BAWN la Three Itoels LOST IN JUNGLE Great Animal I'icturc. House of Comfort Quality BIJOU House of Comfort Quality SPECIAL XMAS ATTACTION The Courier of Lyons FROM LYONS MAIL A sreat holiday feature, shown i.i two reels. This fe positively an Xmau trout. It is a photoplay once seen never to be forgotten, and IB brimful ot oxcitemcnt and breathless interest; Boat miss it as today is the Inst day. The Tramp's Strategy A roaring comedy. II you have the blues, come and sec this. guaranteed to make a cat laufh. Once the Always the Bijou It is The New Morris TO-NIGHT Special THE TWO Thrillins race for freedom. THE picture that touches the hardest heart. MISPLACED Koc-d lively comedy. TEN NIGHTS IN A-BAR'ROOM-Woonesday and Thursday nights. DOORS OPEN 7 p.m. ADULTS 15c-CHILDREN WEDNESDAY H .takes two to make a quarrel, and the quarrelsome man seldom has any difficulty ?in finding the other one. It isn't because a man values bim- Mli cheaply that ho some-times gives himself away. "A Giver is Known by His old Proverb Let your gifts at hol- iday time be useful and of intrinsic value, which will re- flect-your apprecia- tion of the real and beautiful. Such gifts will be as-well implied com- pliments to the re- cipients. -An exquisite piece of Cut Glass or Ster- ling Silver will meet these requirements. Cut Glass Nappies, from to Bowls, to Water Bottles, to Crcnm and a pair, to Salt and Peppers, a pair, to Vtsel, Perfims, Fern Howls, Wa- ter Pitchers, Spoon Trays, Pow- der Boxes, etc. Sterling Picture Frames, ea., to Manicure Sots to Sterling Pitchers, to Duller Plates, Sandwich Plates, Brctrt Trays, Grcam and Sujare, Bowls, Bon Bons, Mustirdi, etc. A. E. EWERT lewcler, Optician Engraver MAJESTIC TO-NIGHT Sol Smith RuueU's big tucctss The Charity Child To-morrow Night Lodge benefit Are You a Moose? New vaudeville be- tween acts WON SCHOLARSHIPS v Two pupils of the Central school, FrascT McAdam and Jessie Home, have been award- ed scholarships for. the highest marks obtained on the Stand- nrd Five examinations held last midsummer. These schol- arshlps were donated by a 's minent Lellibrldce citizen who is very much interested in odu- catioual atf-.iii's. EcMurdt Co. Win Approval A great holiday audience gathered hi tho Majestic theatre last evening to witness tho production of that very familiar mid plftislng play "Way Down lOast." In spite of tho fact Unit tho .has been produced thousands ot limes It has stood the lost of time admirably. The hardts made an excellent selection In tho choice ol this hill -lor Christmas nlyht and the frycjuont applause of the vudlenco during the evening was cer- tainly a striking proof in tills respect. "Way Down East" has, and always did have, a strange hold on tho theatre solus public. Tho story is one of heart interest and never falls to grip an audience. Tho company producing tho iiliiy night was on tho whole most satisfying. Oliver .1. Bckhardt hits had many nice things said of him regarding his ability. Quo might add to hiu praises a word In commmida- tion of his work, in tile character of SI, the village wit. Mr. Eckliardt played the part in such a manner an to provoke the audience to continuous i merriment. He has the earmarks of ;R light comedian of genuine ablllly, confines himself strictly to logi- mate stage business., Ethel Tucker in the part of Ruth and Ethel Noble as Mabel both played their roles with infinite credit. Gcorgio Nichols in .the character of Louisa Thompson 'convinced one of her ability. The part of the old, ,bard headed farmer, Martin Shaw, was creditably taken by Whit Brandon. Tailing the play alto- gether the Eckhardl company on this occasion won a well earned success. At the matinee in the afternoon the company niayed to a largo audience the popular farce "The Bosom Friend of Bowser." The play tonight will be "The Charity Child." Chrlitmas Day at Starland The holiday program given at Star- land yesterday attracted enormous crowds and many were jmanlc to gain admittance. The photoplay features' jwere a'jl of the highest order andj 'judging by the applause given through; out the entire performance, proved! that everyone was well repaid for i the'.T visit and went away thoroughly j satisfied. "The Last Drop of ja story of the groat American commanded much. thril- ling scenes throughouti'tfc picture hold one in attention to the end. It might be said" that this, war drama Is fully as' good sis "Fighting which" was shown at Starland last; week. "The Lure of Vanity" was al-' a popular film and came in for a big share of applause. Two laughable comedies complete an entrancing bill which will be given again today for the last tlmo. "The Still the greatest fire picture ever will be Wednesday's big sensation. Coming attractions are: in three reels, ami "Lost in the a great animal picture. Bijou Theatre Tills cosy and modern theatre has now established itself us bping second to none in the city. The management are complimented each night on tho brightness and clearness of their pic- tures anci each day sees their houses. steadily increasing. The management] would ask their patrons not to miss .the special Christmas programme: I which has been secured at great trou- jble and consists of a rare trout entitled "The Courier of taken from j tho famous "Lyons Mail." This is the; lilny in which the late Sir Henry Irving' 'made a great hit and is a 2000-foot j picture ill two reels, and the special setting of the picture and the jflno acting ot the characters make it ione of the best pictures at the present 'time on exhibition. It is brimfull of exciting incidents, including the rob- 'bins of Ihe mail e.oacli and the heart- .tonchlng execution scene at the con- clusion, and is guaranteed to enthrall the public from start to finish. They; 'are also showing a bright and extreme- ly laughable comedy entitled "The Tramp's which last night provoked peak cf laughter from both young and old. This concludes an tra strong Christmas programme and tho management would specially ask patrons not to miss it, ar. today !is the last chunco they will have of :eing -tills special feature. IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE A PRESENT OF A VICTOR VICTROLA to DEALERS EVERYWHERE A Fill LINE Of 0 (HORNLESS GRAM-O-PHONE) EASY PAYMENTS IF DEStftED This wonderful instrument brings into the home Ihe voices of the world's greatest artists and the music of the best entertainers TWO NEW VICTOR RECORDS, Tw. C.unl of Liliimhourf Victor -Military B.od Siren W.ltt.J (tit VNW'v" tnm "Tttf (Leo Fill) I0.imdt, fw Mttttmt'i Cirl la Hino. Ifrmm Tte Ntrtr Gotti- 1691s! tlrf lyric I Spring Mnid W.ltiii Berliner Ltd. MONTREAL RECORDS 1 Robertson's Book Store Phone 1265 New Whitney Block We carry the only full and complete stock of Victrolas and Victors in the city, together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Parlors to-day Mason Risch Ltd. Pianps Dominion Block Lethbriclge Christmas in the Local Churches nent thoroughfares'of the city, singing racks and sang several impressive carols in front of Inspector .West's house. The inspector was so delight- ed with tile singers that he invited them into his house, where coffee and cake were served to all. Needless to say the carol singers weie highly pleased with their reception. First Baptlit Church Christmas was fit.tingly commeir.or-. alcd by the congregation ol Kusi. Baptist church on Rex W Lcavitt, the pasloi, dsluorcd spe- cial sermons spprolpmle to the oc- casion at each service In the morn- ing he look as his subject, the fam- iliar old subject, while in the evening service lie dwelt upon tile reasons for the coming of Christ: Appropriate Christmas hxmns were sung at the services, while in till) morning solos were rendered by Miss- Wealoy Church nent U.orough.ares o me ;1IllI Kathlccn At the evening service in Wesley among other carols, the J0nci .Methodist church the Rev. Mr. Perry "Hark the Herald Angels Sing." l (Continued -rom Front I .c spoke a wowdcd rnngregalion on the starry sky, these enrol sing- the subject, "The Wise Men and the crs sang as 1C inspired, .the Star." One significant point regard- ringing out Ihe glad message clear ai1" St. Andrews Church s Lelhbndge churches i i T M the pastors availed themselves ot the Westminster Church ing Christmas was the tact, declared and true like a rocket slm forth tv ,0 onco motc tnt Wrtt-ninstcr church held a large Mr. Perry, that the world never from the heavens. H was indeed a J t evening, tho seemed io grow tired of the study of fitting way in which to acclaim the Rev Mr I'vlle preaching on the snb- tho was one language birth ol the Christ whose potent in- Antov, Ru w W Hrydcn 'fee .Jesus." Mr. I.ytle in the world which everyone under- fluencc ,or good ,r, impe ling tic Christmas whUe tho rer an Historical sketch of how the stood, namely the language of love, world on Its onward march mwa anc Je'uVcamc about and referred Jesus Christ himself is love incar- universal on The carol o tic slron.' inllueiico for good which nate anil, ho is the great centre oi the singers represented the Sons of -ling- to st-ront, innuciici. air b" siranw indeed arc land and the Salvation Army. .Icsus Christ had on the wor.d to- worm riirangc, IIIULUI oAKVILLE HUNTER sssrir.rSii attention The music by the choir the search of the wise mm (or Jesus o{ MomUK, p0jice n ing, north or Willow Range, n week was well rcndera! v.nder the leader- was their eagerness to succeed in find- immbor o, ago. He shot a large moose and be .incite Mirninrh i.lit- iiir-riiuni of Uic thn Hevi'iE it to be dead, tie strauillea us ship of tho new GERMAN PRINCE TO VISIT STATES London, Dec. Daily Mall kataer, shall go abroaa in the proter cd CTlllsor Bremen, on the Uerrnan Al.. llanlic otalion in July. Tie will prob- ably fisit New York, and other American citloa. Milton Drown, a3ed 28, was electro.: cutcd at the plant of Power Co., Kla.ara m.. l At the New Morris A beautiful Xmiis program was pre- sented at. tins popular day. Sn realistic were tho different numbers that nt tinges audience j would be in tours aim then iu a few 'minutes in a fit of laughter. "The SncrKice" was a very pathetic story j of chili! who liad been left in the! world iilone. "The Two allowed a thrilling race for Freedom which at lima licit! tho audience spell- j bound, but when the bis comedy "Mis- placed Jealousy" find "Cupid s Joke j j was Bhowii everyone wont into si fitj >f laughter. "Saved by Pony was prnsonted again last! night by special request and lone of tho beat picturea'thai evorj j been soon in the city.-' For lomorrowi "the niamiRcment secured bcoutlful renturo "Ton Nights in a Bar; DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Fimd of Value to KB" There in only onn csplaiintioii for Ihe numbers; of enthusiastic letters that we receive praiciiig Na-Dm-Co Dyspriwin find that is that' these tebltlfl certainly do cure any kind ol sloinnch troisble. Here is a typical letter from ihss Bii-a Annswottliy, Canso, "It is with pleasure I write to inform you ih'f.t your Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets have proved of great value to inc. I tried rfniedy after remedy but wilhoutant Inslinpgectl. of your lahlrts ctirinp such cases as I (iccitlcrl to civc them a fair trial. fennel JtUIUUUl' Oi OUISIUU gllUSLlV IllUllUlllie leader, ffilfroil ing .Iwus through tho medium of the and Parkor of the it to be dead, ho straddled star. Mr. Terry also stated that the force. Allosother about track and prepared to Meed it Just, man in whose thoughts Christmas forty sal rtmvn to n tablo as ho was Hi tire act of pliingmg had no placu was to be pitied. The -to which ample Justice was douo. 13 v- hunting knlfn into its neck, ine an. music for tho nay was ot an appro-! orybody was In excellent spirits and mal Jumped to its teei n priate the choir singing-the reminiscent speeches and stories grabbed no limit Uvo attractive carols, ami Kiiynd provided Iho best_Wnd f .Jamicson rendering several solos with hie accustomed sympathetic feel- ing and. artistic iasto. They p (iccitlcrl to civ roved sa'.isuic tory in my ey prove Tlw nr.'iwi table snccfss cf Nt-pru-Co Tablets is ns vi. ly to an honest rrmedy, to an 'exception- jilty grn'.l fonniiln, from pure ingro- clii'nls, hy tspcrl chemists. H you arc troubled with your stomach just rsl: about vour ifti iimiu i u-avi u- w. RhoisW be a sood drawing canl bore. f, -sia by the J'orrir- Is aho n bis nltraotUi and is bccom- .Selly-MO.. cure. calf.. potlulW. lkro.1 J5 mi oml Clmmical Co. Caii.vU, I.imiinl. nad sold throughout UK Doillillioi: U .1 HZ ami mcnt. b i growtli, which did not retard tho pro faro of all in first clans' shape: (grcsa of the moose, sx him from Sana1 the Barracks back. Ho did not am BO At Ihi Jail tho hours ot 12 and 1 on ious injuries, bill minus; consul Christmas at the jail was cslo- Christmas morning some seventeen crjiblo clolhlng when ho p.rted him- nalrid in ih. "sited the mountod police .-..i neighborhood of-135, each of whom received a package of fruit and cake. Needless to say, the prisoners were delighted ami the glad expression on their faces was a striking proof in tills respect. -The Christmas of peace on earth, pood-will to man, touched a responsive chord-in the hearts of all present. Cirfl Slngeri There, were two happy hands last Kumhiy took a promi- nent part In R-lrliraliiiR the birth of Jesus, namely, groups of young folks who pvoincniuled niany oi .the promt- fcxioo the .other evil effech of conilipil ;