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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 2,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE GREAT FEATURE To-day and To-morrow Tracked by Wireless* In Three Reels Admittedly the most remarkable production ever shown in this city SOME OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS NEXT MONDAY "THE INVADERS" The House IJOU THEATRE l� MON. AND TUES. BANNER PROGRAM Pathe's Weekly OF INTERNATIONAL EVENTS "Capt. Barnacle" REFORMER A CAPITAL STORY TWO COMEDIES SPARKLING BRIpHT AND CLEVER WED. and THURS. SPECIAL ATTRACTION "Rameses" KING OF EGYPT DELIGHTFUL HAND COLOR' ED TWO-REEL SUBJECT SEE ZUBBY DISPLAY TWO OTHER CAPITAL SUBJECTS FRI. AND SAT. AN EXCELLENT OFFERING "Double Danger" A PATHETIC AND INTERESTING STORY "Mother Goose" A SERIES OF FAIRY STORY TABLEAUX SPECIAL TO PLEASE THE CHILDREN MATINEE:-MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, PRICES 15c and 5c; EVENING 15c and 10c BOXES 25c. Monarch Iheatre ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY I.-The Mystery of the Bridge of Notre Dame-A Police episode replete with thrills and enigmatic advenitures. Three parts-Fatty Soenes. II.--On The Firing Line-iBison 101 Western Feature. 111.-Betty's Nightmare- Comedy. IV.-At the Phone-^-Drama .... V.-The Two Chefs. VI.-His Dress Suits. Comedj* de luxo. '!.;.' Admission Tonight.15c-25c. Mon^rchTs v.*'� w-^vy';.*-,, Newlands .Sixth" ^t.-; Oppofilte Herald ' Office Civil-Mlllta^f^JpW satin and gold, grey velvet and silver, gloves and stockings embroidered in silver and gold being most picturesque The coat which he wears in the last act is probably the most beautiful one and the most wonderful in many ways ever worn by an actor on the stage. It 'weighs 2o lbs. and is trimmed with pure gold. Its, value is more than a. thousand dollars and it is a present to (Mr. Waller from the Earl of Shaftesbury who. wore it at the celebrated reception and ball given by the Duchess of Devonshire just"'after the coronation of the late King. ;The matinee idol of England Jin .a costuine .play of. the.-18th' century in."icranoe; jkis ftist appe-aranoe�.here, .^assisted-as he is by the delightful I'MiSs Titheradge will doubtless make o'ne''6f;"the very smart events of the year. , . ' �  � v . At trie Morris The programme, which this popular theatre is offering to the public this week, will undoubtedly prove .to be their best, for apart from Thursday^-night (when W. C. Buckners' Jubilee' Singers take the night), the pictures to be shown on each night are of the very best. Tonight and tomorrow will see Sir Conah. Doyle's dramatization of his famous work, "Tom Butler." This Is a genuine feature, -full of vivid and emotional scenes, and should be seen by all. ' On' Wednesday night, another feature bill will be presented, entitled "The Mystery of the Bridge of Notre Dame." This big production deals with life in the underworld of Paris, and advance notices which have been received speak very highly of it. Thursday night will see the famous W. C. Buckners' Original Dixie Jubilee Singers. This company has a wide reputation, and the management per-'sonally guarantees this 'attraction.1 Commencing tonight/Mr: Fleming will make his debut in the Morris, and undoubtedly his appearance as an illustrated song singer, will greatly enhance the popularity of the house.;; Professor Veslock and his orchestra, will be there .with the latest and up-to-date music. Have you heard this orchestra? It's worth while." .����'' At the Bijou The*opening program for the current week teems with interest. Of course Pathe's Weekly Whirligig of current events needs no comment, as all patrons look forward to Monday and Tuesday for this special. An excellent sea-story, entitled "Captain Barnacle, Reformer," supplies' the dramatic part of the programme, and two excellent comedies complete' a programme that can be thoroughly appreciated and enjoyed by every motion picture fan. * *  Lewis Waller in connection with the appearance of this famous .actor at the Majestic on Thursday evening next, particularly (requested wll reservations be taken up and paid for before 6 p.m. on .Tuesday, otherwise the manage-1 ment, in order to satisfy intending visitors, will^he compelled to return them for sale. This-is only reasonv able, as from the large sale already it is apparent a number of people will be disappointed. . i One Night Only Thursday, Feb. 6th The Greatest Theatrical Event in the History of Lethbridge England's Greatest Romantic Actor LEWIS WALLER IN "A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE " Supported hy His Own Talented Company, Including MISS MADGE TITHERADGE London's Famous Young Actress Prices: - - $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50c. Seats now on sale at Kenny & Allin's Drag and Book Store COUPLE OF LETHBRIDGE BRETHREN OFFICIATED AND GAVE LODGE A FINE START ON A VISIT  TO PANAMA Colon, Feb. 2.rrSir heated throughout, and the proprie- All the. members of the executive, tor James Bates, as well ag the archt-who were in town,1 were present and tect, F. S. Rossiter, and the contract-working for the success of the even- orSi Ba]te,r & Banfield, all of Craning, but a special .word of praise-and thanks is due to Col.-Sergt. F. Hoods, who accompanied the songs; and led the., orchestra to everyone's satisfaction. George, Hoggarth,' 0f the Cranbrook hotel, left on No. 513 "today on , a tvip to Spo'fariB and the coast. , ' The Cranhrook Poultry association have decided on a winter show. The next meeting on Friday,' February. 7th, will renew the iudeinc cbrapeU- Cranbrook Herald devotes several col-*' umns this week to th� case of the OP.R. employees, as presented in the Dominion House laet 'week, thus emphasizing the Importance attached to Mr. Crothera' administration of the Lemleux Act in a community such as this, largely composed of railroad and other union men. The editor refrains from editorial comment, no douDt cor. rectly thinking that Mr. Crothers stands self-condemned by his- feeble defence to Mr. W. A. Buchanan's and-other members' attack. � Cranbrook is losing-an enterprising1 and popular citizen In the person of Mr. J. Stanley Peach, who� is. leaving to take up an important position with the Canadian Northern Railway at Edmonton. During his long residence Mr. Peach haB made friends with all who have had personal or business, relations with him. First, as O. P. R. ticket agent, and latterly as the proprietor of an employment agency, his courtesy and enterprise are well-known, and should prove a valuable asset to his new employers. � He will also be -much missed in church and musical circles, where his abilities'as a performer,- and his readiness, to oblige were largely sought after;.and-greatly valued. J "He iB succeeded in business, by Mr.j Harold J. Scott, of the Cranbrodk AB-. ency, who may be trusted to continue on the sam'e lines as his predecessor. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Raworth, of Lethbridge, are guests of Mrs. Harold. Darling and, Mr. Charles H. Stacey* Is at the Cranbrook Hotel; ..�v � v-' The opening of the new Tourist" 8 TRAMS AD FERRIES; >1 f 1 CHINESE . RESENTED ORDER . ^ THAT ONLY BRITISH COINS WOULD BE ACCEPTCD \ , Vancouvei*, Feb. 1 and marines were IS �^riti8h'::':tre6p^||^| patrolling ihe' t^'ll?^ streets and v ferry stations of 'Hon:g> > Pf^l Kong when-the liner 'Empress 'of ? In-J^t'1; >M did- cleaTed from the- port. The>Bm^l^M press arrived here yesterday. ��.Her^'j^'S officers said a boycott against street^ _ cars and ferry boats was- in; pfogr.e^Sld'^S at Hong. Kong because of a i.receat,,�^ ruling by the. government��:th&t$oatyffi0&& British coin should" he ;-aocepbedi fg4}-J>^|S faTes. The order was/ inspired :>by^ -t�^ the fact that Chinese .coinage ;had; h|^* Sp come so mutilated, as to be 'unre^ojg-^y^ nizable.. .The. native/.populatibn^^s'^ll came indignant and ; organized*,"a vgeii-^f^ eral. boycott accompanied ;hy^'diso^^j| ders;- A- return to normal: oonditlo^g.^t"&4^ was expected to .result-; in> a,Mvufi^?1/'! v! cree ; by the governor, orderl conflscatlor^ of convicted bo property. f'ux ' brook, are much to be.;.congratulate^ on the result oi' their work. . : 'a. FOR SASKATCHEWAN'^'- , London, Feb. 1.-Seven '^hundrepw farm laborers, have' already- Booked'1 ifrbnv 'Somersetshire and adjbining1 'counties for the province .qf' Sds^at-' cliewau and another thousand1-leave this month ^ Get Busy! Six. room house,, on 50 x, 125 , feet, 12th St., near 6th - Avenue South. $4,000.00 $500 cash, balance $30.00' month, 7%. Clear Title ifif.-'~-i,:-:'?:Ar/<'-'-).\;-:' -";..v:v-W;' 'The i' 1 < I* Dowsley - Mulif^ ; Land Co,/%a Sherlock ISldsr. "lU S 4 i ^ IS ...J________ ;