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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DE( EMBER THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREK BiJou-VOQDOO VENGEANCE W -Tonight Buried Past A Stirring Romance Tonight STARLAND -Tonight stone The Girl Spy A Conflict of Love and Duty WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Big Week-End Programme l-Tho Rurled a two-reel Bronctio feature, at StarJyuJ for tho Us', lime, today, IE a. most Interesdiifi problem of an unusual nature llial has been staged with character- istic artifiticness and accuracy in cv- LTV detail. Jim Cross, a drunkard VUo neglects lus wife and child, ono night- in a fit. of intoxication strikes her. She takes her eiillil and. Ip-avns tiiui. In starch ot.-enjpJoyiLieui. sh? finds a purse containing a llcfcet to .Arizona, and soino money. We next see" her employed iu a restaurant in a little Arizona village, where she is highly respected. A month later she jncela a. yo'jng miner, who asks her lo become his wlfo, snd she consents vary happy. In the meantime goes to her mother to learn of her whereabouts. There lie intercepts letter "From his Tvite, telling of her marriage and great" happineas. He then goes to meets her alone and tells her she must live with him or ho will expose her. How-.the past ia buried beyond recall concludes this thrilling romance.. "The Girl Spy's a civil tva'r love slory, cannot fail to impress ail who see Jt as typical of the fcar- Iftas Southern women of- the war, with lier high sense of.honor, a. heroine ali ready classic. Muddy is a Koystoao reomedy, and a crackerjack at that Goodbye lo. 191? at the Sherman "As a fifitiig iribute to the passing of the oM year, the .management of this popular house have for tho first three days of week secured a better bill eren .than that .presented at Christmas. 'The. Kartello Bros, are in erica's greatest'exponents of club ;ltng and hooi> rtfiliriK, the audi- ence heing amazed at tlie wiih they nnihinulaie both and George Ladder presents 3 most unique and amusing, act. He iincl h'a merry array of c-iyUt'inecliLamcal dolls creating roars of laughter. Kddle Uaiey and' his comedy boys In "The immense, and 'wjjl doubt- become .fast favorites with iheir audience. The Kour Eula nre- sent one of the prettiest vocal and in- strumental acts -that JKIS evo: graced the vaudeville Flagc. The standard "of" acis presented here are improving every creek, and are certainly deserving of. every encour- agement, as popular opinion lias it that never before has Lethbridgo been favored with sudi excellent am- usement at popular prices. 1f Splendid Programme at the Bijou Jn no manner is (he wonder of mo- tion photography ihore than Ihu annual picture. "Voodoo in tlirca reels, is wonderful production, featuring trained" lions and .other iviid animals in their nallve haiints. Tho. tribe of Voodoos is a religious group that he- If eve fn human' to appease their sod.'.The British" government terniine to'put a-'sfon to ili_B practice, and so instruct .their -representative. Trouble from then ou. the picture" teems, A: while is" and captur- erf; burled in the bound with strong cords, "Lions appear, and frisk around -the helpless, md one A-riot of startling Bceuea follow .in rapid essful, it is safe to eay that tbe s-jbjecl holds Interest from beginning lo end. comedy will also he shown, "Neighbors." This subject is anil you are sure to laugh. s A Real Picture at the Empress 11 la ni an except tonal] y strong Edison film, was the feature of the Empress programme last flight. The story old one, and the producers adhere to details as wo remember them. The battle with lite pirates is without doubt one of the finest ever produced. So films of Kooil scenery und action of ine sort are lacking in dramatic lot. Not so aith this one: the in- dramatic situations gripped one from the very TUe bank presi- dent's son and Captain" Udtt's daugh- ter may ijave been.lovers of three gen- erations BEG, Imt that part ot the slory is never old or that- when told as ati always teJis. "Hnrd Cash" is without a doubt one of the best two-res' pictures ever a in graphy, plot and acting. The nianage- meiiI'promises us a big Kalein.feature for-Monday.and Tuesday, a sensation- al Iwo-rcel film, 'Tho Girl and Uie Gangster." TO HONOR JOHN M. RICHARDS London, .Dec. .committee of notables headed- by- ixjrd iNorthchftc And'including T.1 P.-O'Connor, thur Fcaisbn' aud other -'leaders In English journalism'. rre-riirations dlnncrjto he given next week in .honor of John the well knon-n journalist and faftier-'of'tfie late- "Jdlin- Oliver SHERMAN THEATRE Great bill for the cloie of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 4 Eali 4 LADY.VOCALISTS AND IN- STRUMENTALIST6 Eddy Daley AMD COMEOY Kartello Bros. NOVELTY HOOP HOLLERS George Lander HIS I MECHANICAL DOLLS FOUR Of THE WORLD'S PHOTO PLAV3 MATINEE, DAILY AT 2JO p.m................... 15c. 10c. EVENING it 7 and 9 p.m., ............I5c. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION T OF MEXICO BUT FOR TIOW LONG E, i 3 ev... Tins of tlio man in Meslto, wilh-tlic forMiIdinB tlie rieu-t'Et of Ifs'kiu'd. Tliu expression on Kis lace might ce .described as cruel; but thois who know.him say Hucrta Is more nervous.and worried, than cruel suu" l 'Thtf will' ue' the golden' aonlrerjary .of Mr., nlehards. JIr.. Richards "E a native of-.Anierica, byt haa resided In London 'since shortly after- the ciyll EMPRESS The management have pltaiurt In announcing the presentation at the grejtTvio Reel Ediion Masterpiece "Hard Cash" Thii Wonderful Prolo It a Mnterly Adiplitlon of the Pow- erful Book by CharEei Readr, one of the greatett ncvellcU of {Fw age and unquestionably the inott absorbing picture plAy ever exhibited In the City of LethbrTdge. BERT ELLINGSON WILL SING Ireland's Priina Doniia Soprano Mme. Rosa D'Erina ASSISTED BY Special New Year Offering Thursdayv Jan. 1st Our Own Operatic and Dramatic Society Again Present THE CHARMING COMIC OPERA n Brilliant Cast New Songs New Gorgeous Costumes Dances and Scenery Electrical Effects PASSING OF.DAVID GILRUTH RE FROM PINCHER CREEK 1'indicr Creek, Dec. ot the Pinclirr Creek dis- trict was laid at rest today. Mr. Dav- id Uilruth, of Yarrow, passed-away at, an early hour oa Wednesday morn- ing. -He'was in his' eighty-seventh and has been very feeble for several months. ;A service was held in St. Henry's churcli ot Yarrow to- day. The funeral procession then weeded its way to St. Michael's cemetery ot t'inchcr Creek, where'the burial toot plate. Mr. Gilruth came to Yatroiv 25 years ago aud has spent most oi, his time on his ranch in Yarrow.. He leaves two sons and four daughters to mourn his loss. James (iilrutti. Mrs.- Jos. JIcKarland, Jits. Dan Filipat- rick, all ot Yarrow Jirs. John Simp- son, oi .Brush, of 'Toronto, Ont. J. AVoods left last week on a trip to Ottawa.'. Mrs.' K.' D. Shanks, c! Edmonton, .is spending Ihe' holidays with her daughter, Mrs.-A. F. S. Tatura. Mr. SShanVs has Rone lo.tho east and will visit here later. L. D. Metliot Jeit. on Friday evcn- inc on a trip lo the cast. Tureot is preparing for a.trip to Quebec, and will later on to Frar.ce, where he intends tak- ini: up a special course of Ktudy. 1 Miss Hattie Dplse, of Ucllcviic, is spending her liolidays with her par- ents here.' i Miss Kvclyn Diion, who has spent the past year in Edmonton, has re- turned, and intends spending the- win- ter at- her home In Rwelme. i Mr. and Mrs. W. of Pincher Creek, on Tuesday, Dec. 23, ta son, i Mr. ar.d Mrs. F. Hnbln, on Wednesday, Dec. 2itli. a son. j Mr. and ?.lrs. Vincent Toir.pVins, on Wednesday, Dec, 2llh, a son. G. R. VONTON, TENOR AND HUMORIST Will give on: of their world-renowned and tioilgtilful entertllnmenta Tuesday, December 30th IN THE K. OF P. HALL Under the Auapieei of St Choral Society This is one oj the most attractive and complete entertain- ments before the public and is AD opportunity for-'the peop'a ot PERSONAL OPINIONS Quepn "Tho melodies are truly beautiful, aid jour singing of them I never heard equalled. Please ring for 'Rlct and Rare-" The ArchMsriop of 'Tour Sacred Concert at Stj Ma'ry's Cathedral was tho grandest ever given In this city. YOU ABB THE -MODERN ST. CECILIA OF TILE WORLD ON THE ORGAX.1' The rrcflidcnt of tho U. "Your maKnlflcent voice If of inspiring the noblest feeling of the heart, whilst' your msjesllo" organ performance we have never fieard equalled.'1 Archbishop Corrigan of New York "I am pleased at this op- portunity o( being aolc to sav that, much as 1 had heard of you, it but feeiiiy expresses the-admlratlon one roust feel at your woii-. derful performance-" '.'Tlie grandest muiical-treat we ever listened Sir Johtt and bady Shultz. TICKETS on sale at Kenny Allln's UNITED STATES OF TRADE uEliinsUon, 'orclgn trado brought tho balHUce ot lradji_f.ii_frivor ol tho United States against foreign nations lo for tbe eleven months of the calendar year, while for the twelve months end- ing with November Ui3 excess of ex-, ports over imporla WM The exports for November totalled the second largest .for that month in. tho last six years, being- exceeded only by November 1912. The imports were also' the second largest for Novemher in the last six years, November last year, ex- ceeding it by Several lowrn throughout tho west, have been to grant franchises for the operation of motor busses. Jn each case it is asked tiat the chiBO exclusive. Mount Royal College, Calgary Opening of WINTER TERM, Monday, January 5th 1813 v BUSINESS Stenography, Typewriting, Ac- countancy, etc.- Conservatory, Vocal, and and High School Grades. Preparation for Uni- versity and Teachers. Ladles' College Courses for girls. .conversation classes. Painting, Water Colors, Leather Tollng, etc. T EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Art and Public Speaking. HOUSEHOLD For Information ar.d Calendar, REV. OEOROE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., PRINCIPAL PHONE M. 2191 CALGARY Prices 75c and 50c. Seats now on sale at Kenny AlHn's Drug-Book Store TRY TO END STRIKE Stcubtnville, Ohio, Dec. the result of a mass meeting of citizens held on Christmas afternoon, efforts ara being made today to settle the strike of two thousand workmen at tho tho Phillips Sheet and Tin Plato Co. hero nn'u In Wlerlon, W. Va. The strike has been on since last July, and involves recognition by tht the company of lho> Amalgamated. As- sociation ol Iron ami Steel REOPENS. JANUARY 5th .i when new students will be'enrolled, extensive curricula; Con- servatory of Music prepares for all musical examinations; feill high school and First Year University Studies; Oratory; Business College; Arts and-Crafts; Domestic Science; Physical Culture; 'Special Health l-eclurea. Write tho Principal for Illustrated proa; ROBT. I. WARNER, M, A., D.O., ST. THOMAS, ONT. ;