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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHliKIUCU U A11, Y HKKAI.U PAGE THREfi EMPRESS HI Extra Kxpeiis VAUDEVILLE DIRECT FROM THE ORPHEUM CIRCUIT Professor Watt Reese, the Man of Mystery, in his Twentieth Century Spiritualism 1 Siglit Heading With Cards. Five Ki-cls'of World's IScst Moving "The ('irl The iu Two Heels incurred in Si'tiiriiig'' this extni aitraction tlie price of Admission will iV. I'ttr Adults :ind Klc I'm- Chi'dmi Tonight Tonight The Little Dancer In 3 Settings Borrowed Gold j Tony the Tenor A great Western Drama I A Screaming Comedy ENTERTAINMENT AND SERVICES IN THE CHURCHES RO- MANCE CULMINATES IN WEDDING WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE-TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Great Bill at the Sherman The intinagcimMil of this bouse again with confidence present for ap- proval four vaudciTljo acts of sU-rliai; ineril for tho first tlireo days of the eutrenl week.- Tho passing of JW3 In' ihn it muse men l ttorld at rjjJ3 liouso, ai any "iviM Uo credited vrlth' jirci- Oucing tlie ami! sen') cut ever given tho people of Letbljriilgo at popular pi-ices. Tins Kancllo Bros, as club jugglers and manipulators, are second, (o none, anil present ait act lint is bound lo lju appreciated. EH- liic Daley and Ills Hoys offer a singlus and dancing novelty, entitled "The in iflitch Uio audience "will fect.-sotue concejition of hQtf.ditfictiU It Is to become a vaudeville star. As- (lirants for tho stage -will do welt to fcce Uils net.. billed as tho Australian comedy voice manipu- lator, gives fifteen minutes of lilglriy the bill is one that will assuredly gain 'or Hits house of-high-class'amuse- ment Increased patronage. if f.: X Vaudeville at the Empress Tiie management of llie t akes pleasure in preacnf ing Keose Fiitzo in their co'atury spiritualist act, also their second ht reading .vHh "cards, e3e is direct from Liie Orpheuhi cir- cuit, anil is of the heat. .Reese removo any handcuff. OresQit Toot straight jacket or leg irons with the keyholes sealed with wax. in-his cabinet work he changes .ia iwo "sec- wlicn bound hand and foot lo c'tiair. In addition, to" Hie :ihove .there ivUr be shown" five reels of; the syorltTp hest-.pleliires shown, featnrltig "The .Girl and "tlie.datiEstcr.'f eight entertainment, mechanical dolls. his The' four Kula I.ees aro ladies who, to a charm- ing manner, gain tho plaudits of their BUdltora various singing and instrumental numbers Introduced. With, four of the best in photo-play, _ Jlagratli, AHa.. very Joyfully spout in and. everyone ec-cuicd happy ami con- teuicrf. Tho Citizen --crusaded in (ho open-air iu iho morning, hi ibe afteruocu a social ua.s held Jn Theatre for the rliiUrcn. The kiddies it-cdved a uf nuts, apples und oilier good- ies so dear to the- heart of the child. The day was coiu-lurtoJ v.-ilh u grand j ball in ihp aUwleil by over three hundred now iu ihe uiidsi of tlie holiday fesiivilies. Thu I're-abyierian Simday school hr.Id its entertainment on Tuesday nlgHt, thus allowing ihej yeopte ic'restive Christmas Kvc as .niphl at home. j I Jn ihe'. churches special serviut-s jwtre held on Suiulay. in ihc PresLy-j :tt-riau cinirch the liw, T. Smith, U.A., pveaeliej an able scnaou OH lljc Bylr- .it of (Jhrtstmas, and -nrliat'Lhal day i means to those fhriBi- liaiilty. Kilters II. Hindtey, .Johu ill. Bridge and Karl Harker ivere Ejitakcrs at the aftfcnioon service ct Hie church'of Christ of Latter Salute. Christmas btlng EO near to birthday of Joseph Ktnltli, the Mc7inon proyliet. wlso was bnru in Sharon, Vt.f on December ?3, 1S03, itfie life of C'lirist ami the of ihe our amateurs than to again present leader formed ihe theme of this (.-banning comic oiiera. It was unanimously decided ut a jjeutral Claude Fryer, busim-ffi manager of meeting 01 the 'Oiteraiic society to rlub, is in re- give anothei1. performance" as- a tri- _ceipt.of.a communicaticu frcm the Amateur Dramatic nsrforla- couy of his well- Vonng, the 'of excellence at- written farce; "Ptiikc- Cotirt tainpil by the society'licirigf In Today BUOLJ THEATRE Tomorrow "The Banker's Daughter" And the two rattling laughy comedies Binks Elevates The Stage" and "The Statue" lOc Matinee Daily 15c tea sr NfrDru Co laxatives arc especially good for cliildrcsi because they ate pleasant to late, gentle in action, do not itritue th- nor develop a nted for continual or increared doses. 2jc. a box, it your Druggist's. NkUantl Drui Co. 177 LARGE CONGREGATION HEARD THE CAPABLE CHOIR REN- DER MAJESTIC SACRED PRODUCTIONS SHERMAN THEATRE Great bill for the close of 1913 To-night, Tuesday, Wednesday 4 Eula Lees 4 Y VOCALISTS ANI STRUMENTALISTE Eddy Daley _.. butc to Ilic successful' 'efforts of tiie Canary Amateur popular Etaya dirWtor. f Mr. H. -S. asking for Tliftj packed houss at Knox i nidil, the great Tiicasnr'i fVJe to" his i orgy .anil iirofepsiona! "hnoi U fornied the concluding feairre eu- of an entertainment recentK stsycil leilse of rind Haymcnd. They will, if craft. .With knowledge .born ot 1C 5s found satisfactory, prcJuc> it exjioriencc, "San Toy" 'will be seen 'n Calgary, and if It "takes'" thorc. inuclt improved, botit in staging and Mf. Krj'cr is serionsly of p'Jt- effeuls. SJanyr.ow soiigs and, dances it oii the market. v.-ill he Introdnctd, and Xev Year's .A high ?cliool romauc'e, a subse- night at the Majestic ho one lonj; qu'enl jouruey from old Ontario io r'ememherod. Tictots 1 may now'1 be, grath) a'. terra of teacli- obtaiucd of any 'memlier' of the com-, in the Ccr-tra! school, -a pany, or at Kenny the old and marriage at Christ- Hook Ktoru; Early" reservation "is'ad-' raa's in hL'lhe history in good comedies ivill Le shottri.. Ovvinsj vised, as" already Iliere is a de- tabloid 'form' of tie prelly af- to ihe extra espeoee in securius this I iijand. aiiilcd jho ot ailmis- sion will be !5 cents for- adultB aiid Double Comedy Protjr'imrie it. Bijou of Cno seriousness of ILp two lceuis for cVildreii at tho evening and ISaml 10 cents, re- spectively, at niatmce. "San Toy" on New Year's :Night' Ko lieftcr vehicle to vjcleorac-. the ew couhl have licen found by Tuesday evening, attended by ?liss Viola Winona Ur'senbach as ninlcts, ami Beatrice El-llEon and KmSly Dudley ns pagfts. The Knight Sugar, Co. havo from the 'vlewpoiut of, religion. I-'or one to be truly oj-jcated, ho must have, first, -an easy use o, tho English lanruBge; secojiJ, n pro per manner of expression with rela Ilayiiioiid, Dec.' carnival ivas an unqualified At the" last hour, when weighing Hip F. bunch of Ejx huT-jrcil their last dollar, every saleable tiling steers the dsya, 'They up at auction, and brought ti figure. The mornins the various booths tiiat had Lcen filled wftTi great' -t caro looked as if- a cycJouc linil struck them. Much cre- dit is given John II, Wall., the ..cloivn r.uotioncer, for his clever way of iifa. or things. Rome s.ild ti was tho best parl of [ho fun. Another in- t'lreatfn? fealirrc was llio Kanga'roOj or mock, court, in which T. Harris "as charged with "ragging" in the danco, .Mark Y. Croxall was Judge. Tlio ilcfcnilaiit made a gooil defence, Liit "ft-ns fiiiilly. and flnc.l five dollars, fent was given' unlimSteJ lime lo make the The niwcn of tnc carnival. Miss Mar. McCnrty, ?at in state on .Mon- nro sold to J. D. Watson, and-will be sllipped soon. -Tliey are prime stuff, and It is needless to say tiiat they brought a fancy price.. itaynio'nd Knislit sbippsd a bunch of sheep to the same finn last Satur- day. An inquiry was nutdo regarding water fiituatiou .from James K. Kllkon. says tiiat they have plenty, of springs that are open all the year round. Their cattle- are do- ing fine "on the range. Miss Maydell Cazter, B.A., spoke at Iho Teligious service" at the "First on Suiulay lost. Her theme'was 'Education." she said, "jnay he divided into scientific, literary, hiistitutinual and religions. The' all Mount Royal College, Calgary Opening ol WINTER January 5th 1913 BUSINESS Stenography, Typewriting. Ac- etc. Conservatory. Vocal, liiflrnmontal and Theory. 1'nblic and lllfh School (iroiln. fov Ui'il- vcrsity ami Tcac-hcrs. i.adte.s' colleen ConVtes for filris. Frencii coiivcrsallon rlnsRea. ['aiming. Vi'aler C'clors Leather Toling EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTLHE-nramalic. Art unit 1'iilillc HOUSEHOLD Kcr infrjruiallon and to :v PHONE H, 2101 KEY. GEOHOE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., PRINCIPAL CALGARY tbo Bijou iufjight .you-will: see young ped-ASOgiies" until Utey'both ar- jiist the kind you n trip to Ibe Tro the Kind that make-you laugh, that time on tho n.eivs leaked out, and rattling good coinedles; the-Animiited ai-prosc-hing nuntials were wcH Ititerosting, as usual, and a-known to ib'e friends of the couple splendEd Eclair ..two-part when they departed on their ruolidav Banker's complfile exciirEtoii and" hoaeynicou combined.' iThe newly-weds -viK1 return shortly .from tbo coasi, and win reside for tbe present in the Garden City. Mfes.riazpl Stodiiard and Miss Hat- lie tiadley leave on Monday for Hiir- of the holidays, after irliich tiein-j utiTacfcrt !iv tfce anhouacemcttt j j thai there Le special Christ- j mas Knew choir has a tmn that assures a host of anything special is 'givca. Se-j: Ipctions Irom liie Messiah were given .Iir e.uclknt voice, nnd'included, the! cLorus, '''The cilury of the tecor iolo hy jft-Cuiugan, "Com-1 fnrt solo by Miss Sinim, "lie Shall l-'ccd His Flock1', solo hy Sirs. Ljiyfcn, "Come Tcito Hinf1, alia-solo and chorus, "0 Thou Thai Hallelujah Chnr- i uad a beautiful hass solu hy. Mr.! iinsink Ilic Haliclujah Chorus ivas j (specially appreciated; and was rr-n- drrfd audiencn slooJ. 1 HOT: C'aincroa did-r.ot preach a set-1 moii, .but instead thD beautiful v "The Other Wise Man1', by; Henry Van Dyke, and the congrcga- lion .listened attentively throughout J tlie reading. .H thn mornint; service, the Chtisluias autheins were, "-Arise hy Marker, and "Hclibltl My and the uuarteUc, "Silenl. Uy tfon to exterior tJtinss; third, power [o reflect; fourth, ruowev, (o grow; fifth, power to be efficient." [Ur tnlk 'was highly yjiprccialed by the autllencc. Sprno peoi'.e are not quite so for- tunate, including ('linrles Kinsey. TJIS ponds have gone" dry.' his1 well supplies are insufficient, .'and'so his cattle havo scattereil in uverj rcctEon. He has had great difficulty. in gottitig iJicm together ar.d keeping them on watei. A fmo'ss'jal] highly anjvreclAted1 by the farmers, HELD POSI .they will proceed lo Ball I-oke for the tv fnter. left Tor. Sail Lake City Tu'eHlay.' Unsincss is tlie object. will not be extended. The Women's Helief Fodety, the leading charitable iustitution in" the town, spread cheer in many a pad homo on Christmas Day. Christmas boxes '.vero sent lo those "who were r.ol'po abundantly rrovidod for, ami Tie willows and orphans were cauEctf j to rojoito in the kind words, true jconi'ort and the suitable gifts of the society members. OLD WESLEY .CHURCH PACKED AT THE LAST SERVICE TONIGHT Auction Sale Of Choice Dairy and Stock Cows' AT LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN AT TWO O'CLOCK ON Tuesday, December 3Oth KOUR niESH CAIiVBD, hnlance'due to calve soon; uses from 4 lo j-eare. Cotrs now at bnrn. All these cowa have been test- ed for tuberculosis. STEKH CAIiVES. roares and Bcldtngs' t lo S f. coll j from I'lo n yearn old. Wngonf; -----TERMS CASH------ SEALE 4 HARRISON, PrOfS. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer MciliciriC Dal, Tire. 28. T-'A post mortem cvauiinatiun on Andrew Itnihtc. the .hyuiesteador, whcTilieil Wednesday at his shack al- ter having fallen from a Mafcqh uuilc. ridinj! home fiom .Medicine list; showed -thai an "arlcry: of. the brain had hrrn ruplure.l and he hail died t from hciiinrrhajc. 'conseijnpnt I pressure ol blood on the brain. Xo in ;nesl was considered necessary. MAN AND WOMAN ARRESTED Moose Jar.', Dec. on war- received from Chief Police Hayner o! N'orth tiay, j'qllco Johnson ttils coining took Into (ody .tacob Wiiilc and .Mrs! (funu.'sl 75 HcdlnudF; Avenue. The former Is held on a charge of abdiictfon while thu latter is.charged with, the thell of household goods. The charge, of ahductfon is laid, on account of the fact thai nhcn While and Slrs.'Unnn; left Xorllr Uay they: took a young i boy, David Murry Gunn, with them.l White'has Wen employed" here aa'n brakcman on tho C. I'. H. The thief or police at N'orth has been noil- and n constable will he sent- 16 (aVo the- ccnflc anil tliv lad back lo iVortti Hay. ORDERS TILL FIRST OF MAY Kingston, llee. I0r ten j moro locomotives the Canadian lx.-coniottvc company work ahead un- til the Tirst'of May. A inoclh ago an crdcr .for sKlec-n IcconioHves came frcm the Intercoloniil Railway. Cough Is., always a it denotes a weakness ana if neglected or carelessly treated If paves the to bronchitis, pneumonia or consumption. SCOTT'S BMULSfON (s Ihc nt nh'nmfir >nd should Iw t.kcn for coughs and colds IKOIBM ii relteres tin I rouble the whole system le tkkmss .nd low of lime. SCOTT'S EMULSION Is ppre from slimu- kml I tl-lt that, much as 1 lisi1 lieard of you, It but IceWj the admlraiiuii feel nt your won- derful 1 ''The grandest muSlfa'l tVoiiS ever listened' fair .lohn nnd TICKETS Scats on. sale at Kcnrvy A. Allin's. Drug-Book store ;