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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Saturday, December TTTE LET7IBKIDCT DATLY M III UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF W. B. SHERMAN The Eminent Romantic and Tragic Actor COMING SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 2nd SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S MATINEE, MONDAY, -at230 And Excellent Company in the World's Greatest Plays MONDAY NIGHT Merchant Of Venice" Wednesday "The Three Musketeers" Friday Saturday-'Romeo and Sanford Dodge, as Nero, The Gladiator THE GLADIATOR 'George Bernard Shaw wrote a Tetter to' the London Times last month that puts the csse against the theatre ss a purely commercial enterprise with terse attitude. "Why will our million- aires build an uncommercial' ca- to- accommodate fifty church goers when five hundred thousand play goers sre left without _an uncommercial thea- tre? The theatr? is literally making the minds of the people today. It is a huge factory of sentiment, of character, of points of honor, of conceptions of con- j du-ct, of everything that vitally, I determines the destiny of a na- j tisn. And yet it is openly said I that the theatre is only a place i of amusement. It is nothing of the kind. A theatre is a place of culture, s place where people i iearn .to think, act anci feel; i more important than the; 'schools in Christendom." Such' is a statement Worth thinking over.' Most of us are apt to for- i got when-we oo to the theatre! entertainment that the stage] even in its tritest form is the' world's great educator. Espe-' cialiy is this'true of the plays which Mr. Sanford Dodge p-s- sehts. .The Gladiator, Hamlet, Merchant of Venice a-d-all the other masterpieces in his rep- ertoire are ail of real'historical, literary ana" dramatic value, and all those who believe in the up- lifting of the'1 stage and in'the wonderful inspiration that the drama in its best form gives forth, should -patronize s.nri' en- courage this laudable effort of Mr. Dodge's, which is1 to pre- sent only good and worthy'plays no matter what the circum- stances or conditions are. Don't forget the date of the appear- ances of Mr. Sanford Dodge and his talented in this, city. Stanford Dodge in "the Three Musketein" 4 Guaranteed Attraction All Special Scenery Wonderful Electrical Effects Your Seats on Sale at Majestic Box Office, --ADULTS 50c, Crowded Houses Everywhere Phone 646 75c, 50c GALLERY 25c By C. Frederick Hamilton COPYRIGHT BY PUBLISHERS' LIMITED. mo so :auged> to a to within five .ten-thousandths j pany to the banks or to the1 Heally this iron routine, this cold- of an inch. There is a smaller ma- 1 eminent -vaults. No longer is it 'gold blooded precaution, seems the most in- cmne near by which can" roll to a silver or copper; it is money.- man's teresting feature of 'the -whole estab- fineness of two ten thousanths of aa Tne iiint is where Money is made, vision, if you pay the visit, you Trill Money! BO- you realize what that! Be half-deafened with the roar of ma- means? If you have It in great quant- cfiinery; you will be ratter awe-struck means power, -with all that power implies. If you have re in mod- somely proportioned and severe, hall- way, until the guide appears. 'Every-1 body in your party signs a. register [and yoa are led through and shown it is deemed, proper that you jBut the place is filled with inch. What is termed a draw b-'nch snotild see. In every room visit exceptionally ingenious machines and adjusts the width of the.-bars to one .ne space m which you stand is div- j 'devices. Just by way of example, one ten-thousandths of an inch Thus ided from tne working places by a. of them is a condensing chamber in tnese machines transform the bars neat little brass chain. Supposing to be an enterprising thief in dis- guise, you don't get very much chance AS you are led about, you notice i over nature. wnich is deposited valuable dust from into this strips, the exact _____ the fumes as they leave the furnace of the coin that is to be. What is to wnere the metal is melted. follow in the .main is punching out the So far as the casual visitor can the discs, and stamping on these discs mat every door is unlocked by your'judge, tne building falls into two por- the design. The disc-punching looks goide when you approach it, and that [lions; a two-storey office structure J simple enough; the' strip of metal WOMAN IS DEPUTY SHERIFF is Presented. With Revolver, Badge and Handcuffs TJniontown, Pa., Dec. 28. Hiss Lucy Jones, a .university woman, and one of tno leaders of TJniontown society, has been appointed- a deputy sheriff by her father at her own request, and comply and ingenuity and locsed behind you. The place; in front, and a one-storey building'goes in at one end and comes out by a'Ter oWrTnWVmS inhuman, cold-blooded accuracy of the a series of sealed compartments. containing the machinery in rear at the other perforated with circu- Slibe e- there are any ta eans of travel and intercourse with your fellows, and every mater- ial thing that makes life worth liv- ag. If you have the mere ce. It is the of the or the noise, the chances, sre the Human rather than the mechanical. elements will longest i but in his die. You are led across this court- Jon the value of this perforated strio ctuality, yard and are taken first to the smeit-.'ror decorative purposes. The perfor- ty. Announcement of Miss Jones' new 'to f the buildin n special department. the way, is encouraged; if the work, ing department. There you see fourjated strip goes back :for re-inciting; j deputies, who presented a behind the schedule j small brick furnaces; these use crude i tne heap of discs is ready for the die. J revolver, badge and pair of handcuffs! 5 locked and i oil, tne flame from wnich is nnitfi rppriv -hnwpvpr- i-nn -n-rn She succeeds a dp.nntv wTin-m'ii hard to i ail ding, with the spiky iron rence about it, low down on Sussex .etreet, hard 'by Nepean Point at Ot- tawa. Visitors are allowed to go through tfle Hint: under restriction and super- TORGNTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Convenient to Union Station and only a short Gistance from Lhc treaties and shop- ping districts. American iad European Pljtas. American day and up. GES3. VSRnJilT 2.iiJ CARROLL V, 'i'iie real money of the country, how- ever, is the actual coin which the Mint erists to make. Of course we need the silver and copper coins which are 'struck; out in aditdion there tne geld coinage upon which cur pa rests. Tnanks to the so j cial miracle of credit, we use the pa i per money in daily life; but its val- i ue expends upon the unseen mass of igoid, seventy millions dollars' worth hundred and thirty, tons' weight, waich lies unseen, but occasionally counted in the vaults of the govern- ment. Now the Mint strikes alike the gold sovereign and the eopper cent. aut about your visit to mir-t. Preparation 1'or that visit is a delib- erate and formal piece of business, .first you apply; and a Jay's notice or so is requisite. You get an "or- der." The order appoints a certain time-and curtly notifies you that itn-! the whole party may n rates must telephone in for enter. Once in, he stays in till thejturnace has day's work is done; there is no going jciDls has it is ready, -however; you will She succeeds a deputy who will by an air blast into terrific heat. Eacb j notice around the edge of a coin, es- us crucible: each cru-! specially a-new one, a raised rim. load of metals arrang- j -winch protects the impression. A quiet little macnine puts that rim on, You haven't read all of today's news that's IMPORTANT to you until {without giving you unnecessary hints' .T0t! read the ads. HARRY TURNER Local Manager" MAJESTIC THEATRE 3 THE MINT AT OTTAWA as to how it does it. Tnen the discs ;are annealed, or brought by passing i through a furnace into a condition of Iproper softness, then, after sundry jwasnicgs and dryings and polishings Itaey are ready for the coining press- es. These three big presses can be fitted with any kind of discs, and strike a blow ranging for 50 to 90 tons to the square inch. The 'blanks are fed into these, and come out with tne' image of His Gracious Majesty stamped upon one side, the necessary legend on the other. This does not end the story of the i coin. There is inspection, to see that j all coins are perfect; a machine j spreads them out on1 a endless for observers to notice discoloratiocs j or faults of shape; all that are con- demned are put through a pair of ran i. to dinner and each department ed in proper proportions to produce th that haggles them so as to be _, the [required alloy; in the wi t exceed j'meals of its own staff are prepared, coinage, the load of the crucible is th fr Wnea 'K'ortinai1 enters he changes pounds, 57 ot whic.1 are of 9 mint; f.rst you his clothes for a special suit, his! ween a crucible has been in a. toce as into a and that lock- enough it is lUted out and the 60 it is I It consists of slender sharp'er is closed until It is time for pointed rods, set three or four inches to go home. Tne locks on the apart, their bases in the solid rock- are of a character which it they go to the melting pot. When the 'coins are passed perfect, they are, when of gold or .silver, weighed. Four wonderful little machines attend to this. They are so. delicate that it not so many inches below the impossible for the men to quit their j mafic reaclv for the rollin- raacMne- potate perhaps fifteen departments without special permia- Atter toe crucibles have mouJten mass is poured out into a mould. Then it is an ingot, and the was feared the jarring of the elec- ingot is rvas.Vd and trimmed and tric oars out on Sussex street would in the air. There is one gate sion. If a man is taken ill, that 20" times they ground us, through this: inside this gate Is a lai permission is necessary he little guard house: and Dominion pol- can be removed. All these arrange- icemen inhabit that guard house and ments lead up to this grasd precaa-1 tnem mentis watch may have adhered to allow no one to go in without author-, tion; the metal to be used is served ity. You are not suffered to enter: cut m tee morning from a wocderfal without the production of that room with huge steel dcors, the workmen are not permitted to em-jttTne-.'ocfcs, and all ctier without a Ttrrttton permit. toe end of the day's work the rceo Tne next step to disturb them, and a pier of concrete has been let down to the solid rock; on it they stand. There are three j .compartments underneath the inach- jinc; the -coins fall in and each is weigh led; perfect ones go to the central I compartment, light ones are deflected finate Coughs Cured Perhaps you imagined your cough'would, wear off cure now nave developed a nasty, clinging cough. It would have been better to start sooner, but even now quiet- relief will be givtsn by using house, thete is the-al In or tBa belldins: the Ingots, coins, partly J extremely The most interesting thing Ksrs is tne fact that these mills have el by these instrments their adven- tures are not .wholly over; they go to an automatic teller, which counts '..hera Mathieu's Syrup large bottle 35c. Mathieu's Nervine Powders 18 in box 25c. o! Tar andl CoS liver Oil widen at once relieves coughs, colds and other throat troubles, and not only cures the disease, but thanks to its tonic properties, builds up the against the recurrence. Where there is fever with the cold take ajathieu's Nervine Powders to reduce tlic fever, and relieve the pain. All dealers sell Mathieu's Syrup of -Tar and Cod Liver Oil and Mathieu's Nervine Powders. J. L. MATHIEU CO.. Prop's. SHSR3ROCKE, QUE. F-P-1O ;