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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 27, THE ?.EynnBTPGE DAILY IIERAV.D EXTRA SPECIAL TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW MABLE NORMAND THE DIVING VENUS IN A CLEVER COMEDY ENTITLED Water lymph" "Love's Devoted Flame" GLORIOUSLY HAND COLORED "Cohen Collects a Debt" A FURIOUSLY FUNNY COMEDY BUILDING THE PANAMA CANAL VERY INTERESTING Miss Ethel Williams LATEST SONGS COMING JANUARY 1st and 2nd "THE BALKAN WAR" COMING JANUARY 6ih and 7th "PERIL OF THE PLAINS" Receiving Jlomugo mid Allegiance in Death orris Theatre At p.m. MISS VEKNA FELTON -And the Allen Players will Present- "The College Widow" Special Songs by Miss Hudars PRICES 25c., 50c., 7ac. Theatre Box Office Open from 10 a. m. daily. MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 Nights, Starting 01 A> I Americas' Foremost. Character Actress MRS. ANNIE ADAMS, Pdother of Miss Maude Adams, in THE LATEST DRAMATIC SENSATION The -Butler's Secret "A Play With a Post ELABORATE'SCENIC PRODUCTION, METROPOLITAN CAST PRICES: 75o, 60c; GALLERY 25c. Sents on sale at Kenny Allin's Drup Store A'b XEW LIN Eli i, g-L A -f ft i "1.- -a f. The Empress of Asia, of the Canadian Pacific steamship Glasgow last month. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELlO) j Claveyhoini, lire. Tuesday evening-white the citizens of the were mailing merry at the dif- ferent, Christinas trees given by the ihurches thieves with more than Remarkable ceremony in Constantinople, indicating, too, that the people'of ordinary nerve', shattered the plate that city are'by no means all Turks. After death the Patrfarck Joachim gl s: Third, head of the Greek Orthodox church in Turkey, was strapped a sitting posture to his episcopal chair. The people then filed past the body.to pay their last tribute, thousands kissing the Bible on his knees, or the hands of the dead patriarch. LL ffOHE-1 Athletes In Procession When Berlin's Big Stadium is Dedicated -Berlin, Dec. thousand GIVEN A GOOD JOB St. Luuls, Mo., Dec. BAD FIRE AT YORK MILLS Toronto, Out., Dec. "Diving Venus" at Starland Tonight Miss Mablo Normand, popularly known as "the diving is feat- ured in a clever comedy, entitled ''Thi Water which Is being shown at Sta-rland today, Ju conjunction with the regular programme at this popu- lar theatre. At The Morris The Allen Players were Seen in an entirely 'new hill last night, and-those who missed seeing their performance missed a treat. Perhaps, the show was a little too weird, hut, nevertheless, H was good. Beyond special mention to Mr. George Zucco, -as Bates, 'who portrayed the part cf the butler to H v.'ould be unfair to discriminate upon (he acting of the other members.in tho cast, as everyone was good. Tonieht the company present "The College and wholesome, rollicking play, "The Col- lege Widow" can be commended to anyone. Tonight Miss Hudars will render, by request, that well-known Irish melody, "Eileen Allanali." Strong Play Coming Playwrights for the past few years 1mve found the political theme the most interesting uiid popular one on which to build a successful drama, and when one was written, the "got over" Paris, Dec. to the it has been the greatest box office Vienna correspondent of the athletes will parade before the Kaisei winner. The leaders of such plays a friend of Arch-Duke Franz Jtm0 gt the occasion oi' the dedica have been "The Lion and the and is authority for the disclosure of; tion of the stadium now being con "The "The Man of the an ambitious plao -which the Arch- gtnicled on Grimswald race course "The Third etc., but bnkc has and is now act-j just.outside of Berlin, for the Oylmpic there is one on the road this season ively endeavoring io'make effective, j games in 1030- that is making them all "take the! If the plan ia successful, it Is he-j From this team Germany hopes to count" when it comes to Ueved to have the effect of compkt-j iraln a body of world heaters. Twon intensity of action, interest and ly breaking up at one stroke the thousand competitors will be sent truthfulness in portraying the inside lUical forms and systems cf alliances by the leading athletic organizations of the political ring." The name of of Europe today. i of Germany, and ten thousand 'will be the play is "The Butler's In I In tno A-i'ch-Dukc aims 'at which Mrs. Aimi0 Adams is starring !ihe Creatj0n Of a vnst Slav empire of and the new Young Germany League the present season, U was'written by under the crown of James Lattimore Rimrod, a newspaper Ho is now preparing a man and old-time politician, and ho .d'etat lu Au'str'ia-Hun.p-ary tn gives some interesting inside informa- njear the way for part of his plan, tiou. It is strong on love, devotion, JB the liberation of the dlseim- and willing sacrifice to ideals, but that tented and ill-assorted people who American training methods, and with money and Influence have their effect. form the monarchy. ITavinp thus In the present stirring political times, cjnnii sweep of tin? existing the pay is tlouby interesting. It IB a political he will proceed wonderfully gripping story intensely (he work of building up bv i-pBtnr- lold and powerfully acted by Mrs. inc the ancieni and historical Jthm- Adnma nnd her supporting company. founding new prinriipnllliea. Mrs. Adams, who is the mother of lleff confot'fration, atTsrninf; fo America's greatest artist, Miss Maude fjle sanie authnriry. Is to inclmlfi the Adams, chose "The Butler's Secret" Hiitcnomons UinirtJoms of Hungry, us her starring vehicle after careful yinhemia and Poland, each with, its p.erusal of more than a score of manu-1 own personal rulers; Servin, v.iih its scripts that had been offered her, as frontiers extended by recent viiMoriF-s, it is a play of the times, deftly still further increased by the nnd gives tlie country what it wants, of Slavonic; Slontfinc.cvii Tho management have given the pieco Inrtrrd by a part, of Dalmatia. ami a beautiful scenic production, and Mrs. j Of fTerzegovlna, and other Italkft'i Adams, whose formula for good health j states. i is hard work, has personally superin-j is to have been quick: tended every detai of the equipment, j jo rasp (hc pl.m nas smnlfied "The nntler's with Mrs. adherer. is, Adams as Nurse Appegate, wil bo j favorably (IinpoKcd. ami qclivo pour-; REPEATING for of fmmt Made in all desirable calibcn and Used and endorsed by hunters world over foe hard usige, reliability, and strong and accurate No rifle will give better satisfaction than the Winchester. Winchester riHet sold by all daalan. AW MMttett. IJImilnttJ cetiht IIMKESTEI lEPUTitt itHS Cl, HKW HAVfN, CONN. SOME ONE UNKNOWN BROKE SHOP WINDOW AND STOLE A COUPLE OF FINE BRIDLES harness shop on Railway street and stole two horse, hair bridles which were hanging in the window on dis play. The two. bridles were worth at least The act was witness- ed from a distance by one of the clerks from M. Kishcr's Dry Goods sioa hi t disU c" is too Lieat to enable recognition. The clerk af- ter examining the front of the har- ness shop, Plumed the owner, Mr. Kingsicy, who came afe- once and dis- covered the loss. The police think the) hue i good clut. i to the identity of the culprits, but no arrests have been made up to the t me of nlnL, Tins is the neni esi piece of burglary ever committed hern ami has caused considerable ex- citement. The night policeman had P ss piupuU bio' en into but a few mi miles before the deed was committed and was' on the job soon the theses li-ri imue their tho skating rink to public a large croud coveied the ice Al- though the uas soft and mild causing the ice to be m bad shape, the merry crow d had a good afternoon's sport The curlers also got huby and had a lew drawl, and as soon as Jack Frost gets on the job with a little more energy Iheru will he some fierce battle in the game." IS VERY Ull iv, n allevs of the PHYSICIANS SAY AUTO CAR HAB- IT PLAYING HAVOC WITH HUMAN FOOT St. Louis, automo- bile foot" has developed here The cause is the opposite of that ot the policeman'- flfitfoot ulnch is> caused by ioo much walking The cause ot the "autcmoUIt: foot" is too litUc valking But the effect is the same Like the policeman's ailment, lateh disctiiiSLd bj hptciahsts, ifc causes pains uluch mat be mistaken Foi those of rheumatism Dr Alexander Ulockvoii, who is a loot specialist, told a icporiei todaj that motor car foot ib plaUng 1m oc Tuth the human foot. "Wheinoiio becomes the owner of an he siul, 'the infatuation for it is so great that the autoist does not v, alk enough to support the natural weight ;ithletes froni (inch crganix.ntion win do. homage as they pass Um Imperial box. They will' finally sing the Na- tional Anthem in unison. tty borrowing Use best features of Oermrm i seen at the Majestic Theatre on Tues- rector ami In ofi traffic of tlie Western MnryUml Hail-! road, has appointed general ir.if-j I'ic manager of tiie Missouri Iron Mountain system, effective .January I. Ho is forty-eight years old. mol.nj resl' the general store nnd private tleiicG of Mr. Fulton, Che postmaster, causing damage of between five and six thousand dollars. January 1. Home-Visitors' Excursions United States Points liciiu'ii Fare from Lcthbridgo Minneapolis or St. Paul Duluth Clue-ago, Kansas City uuMKESPONpING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER let to Slot, 1912. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE, For further particulars call on S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbiidge, or V.TUC to R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, At th'e Monarch "The Frontier by the famous Bison Co., and taken nn the 301 Riincli, 'will bo the headliner at this cosy little theatre tonijrhi. A real I western feature in two reels, dealing with life on tlio frontier In fhc early Uixtios, tlie subject vibrates ivith in- J (ercal from start to finish. In iion, a splendid comedy by tho famous He lair Co., entitled "That Loving j j Man." will be presented, miking -j 'tt-f'l tiiJanced profiramme "of re merit. I parlers aro now Eniiii-j on perc-r Ferdinand am! Arcli-Dnkc a'arvia, it is also said, ia Iji.'glnniu realize the advantages' of tlio .suii government s'tli- fount nn bfing nble io make ihemselves irresistible by !OIG. Uriivorsity uiliJeicn will hold Oiymp'c iirnliniiiiary meet during the summer of IflK! j---------------------------------------- BELLEVUE I AlJjorta, Ucc-cnibcr A iiuiJiijL'r of Hellevue people took in llii1 Iiockciy iielween (.'o'e- man and HlBirmort1 'ilaycd at lrranV i yrstfrduy. Tiic iQnui was 1 lidiibt Dii- pnort'Sl exhibition of hock- ov cvf'r sTi'ii in (lit! l-'uss ami unless brand improves a v.lioto lot tht-. ju-oplc of this particular town [if from Barnes in future. have no inam in limit', ljut iirr, .11 least some persoiis here- u hd iion tlicv do not, ixet; in a hurry through the luvck of the and through lack of el- Lrctsc-surplus weight of the bodv is taken 'on and tins extra weight in- crpascs lule the strength ot the Christmas Day the opening of foot md all to be scan robbery was the broken win- AmilKING THE BRITISH TAES :'ir four v.-orth at ;i to of tin- 1'nion Hank this 11'of tlio Turks has bPgun, cxodne ICurope virtually to a leticr re- ceived hy the Auuricaii Ked.Ciosx. Tho fetter s'yp il'at the Red Cro-s already have ;iidccl nmre tlnn thousand Turkish vefusecs to Snskatocn, Sash., Dec. of 'Europe, and asricnltuvo fi A GRAVE CHARGE Police Dunning, made the charge day that tlio Northern -Hotel here nothing but a stopping place for wo- Asia Minor. The famllloa tm> asri- culturlsts, and they represent for the most part the primitive portion of men of Ill-repute. An investigation Turkey's populEtiou. will be made. The proprietor ot "Tlie situation in very hotel, ir. Is said, will take action for'says the Red Cross correspondent, Mr. R. Ht-sv is visitin vpc-k. Mr. anil M.rs. 11, Mucpliy, in" Frank, Npnil the lioliihiy Jieue of iMr. and Mrs. .1. II. Kay lor. Mrs. Windsor, of Arrived in Uol'evuc ibis nnd SIIMH! the whiter with line sun. Mr. .1. M. ''rnisur, miti'-t'Tr oi the Hink. .Mr. A. I-'p'ly, pri'irrui of ['Ik'Vue si-l'nol, is s t'lr'iir: (lie lioli- (luv.s with frit'iids in T. M. Bunu'U iJ.iy A. C. Sonlt. ui Moir Mtilil. .Si'Olt. of in? a li-jvs in Hc'bvre, the Diesis of Ihc'r irnther W. Sc at. Tlio ann'-in! t-reL- :imi cn- irrtci'nmnit by tlu; vfu Minarii' l.'ivon on Mondav erea- ii'S, and as usual, was a decide-! .suc- cess. Every child in town undor fif- teen years oi aijc (and thcrtj are no less Hivee hundred arid fifteen BiuejacJ-'Sis at the British embassy in Constantinople getting some much necc'cd cx-ercise ashore in the gardens of the embassy. The jolly Tars" are not a bit enamored with the prospect of spending Day Jn a "btccmin' 'eathen but are trying to make this br.st of it with a good game1'of British football. They have an admiring- gallery of Turks and Greeks to see them at it. their homes in Enronr. "For ioadtd j Sydney Levine, n travpllor, is suinffj into their bullock carts Iheir t'nin- j the C. P. H. for ?500d because lio says and din rude imploineiils of tbfifr it reported tu tile cxocntivu of To all impk j Dominion Tnivt'llorK1 AF- nirnts sn'r1 of tin; df-rfl.KU sis thosi Clau.s, ['RrtJiinly nili-d Uu- hill, drills, i.'ic., I'uiuishcd by hi'drni ucrr (lic aiiiiii nt'c. n, fhiirjiin.c; him with liiivinj; usr id to dprraud anilj to him deprived of i-H ui d wi'.iulKd'. (h of I he Apostks." rrni-y tin- by the Ottnniau On a sure footing everywhere, WHITE HORSE WHISKEY Ic slwsys favorite on the ice. John E. Representative ;