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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta UnfU you imvtheML Amb^erol Records you havie liot htiri itt Edison r MAJESTIC THEiS^T^ W b. SHERMAN, Manager. ' , , . PHONE 6^6. b. SHERMAN!? Manager? ~ '�� ALL NEXT WEEK GEORGE H. SUMMER'S BIG STOCK COMPANY ^ ��THE TSIirO^^Glo. WRIGHT," > , i Splan�d'Vaiiii�ville Batwecn Acta , Pntm. Iwanint Tie, 90e-^llery 2Se Matinae SSc-iOc MATINEE BATURDAV, ' i^--' afi:er the VHqPPJNG FOR A GOOD'LAUGH rcpoit has it that theie 15 no cquip-riient at Medicine rial,,' and another that she will :aiTi.Vc..'on time aiid.wUl l)c turned around as last night's-'ex--piess was done. , ' ^ A. R. 1. Tiains There were no trains on .the A./U. & ]. today. ::Thursday's Cardston train, which was stalled at Stirling, was brough*-in:wsterday!: aiternooni but the Coutts tram, vhich waa stalled at Warner oil Thursday, isV; still there. General Manager P,'L Nai-stnith himself, is out wit;h the,'plow that went .down yesterday to ' hrinj^ this train througMi The' plow, how-, ever, has got no'farther than'a point three miles this si7.30 p.mV Sunday School, at 3 ,p.m. Adulti Bible class a't �l.l-'; p.nd. Strangers welcome jit all services. , ,: Cliurch; of St. .'Mar/a''' (Anglican)-^; Sunday' school* a p^m., Choral; even-sonfe, 7, jO. ^, Wednesdays and Fridays choraV evensong 8 p.m. Holy communion ..Mall-be celebrated on the aec-ond^^Sunday'of each: month, at' ' aim "^The First Church of Christ (Scientist)-will, hold services at n a.m. and 7-36'at the meeting*placeV second storey of the Royal Ba'nk. Suhjoot, "Spirit." / ^Westminster -Church '(Methodist)- 'Th'isr-'pastor, 'Rev.^"A')KV\*'Lytle, ' will ______^,...................._ Mr. Camcipn.^;- Irf^iectpr "^Beckett,, ,_____ ,. . . _....... jcstic Theatre, left this mc'anwhile rcpairc3'-Ho^'thc mounteil pie^ch'at both faer\ices Morning sub -- -11- - ;',',i,_ ajjj letniiicd'"'wYth'-iect, "Indifferende," evening, "Out of ,onc o'clock with six laige Jhrec-soal- Police bariacks aiS5i .letniiicd ^'A^cVe s|allrd,thal way. So tlipy le^ I 'tiiinedrto Macleod and were 'brousUt down as far as Kipp this ,morning.Ij Ik ISc M�iENCmG-r-MONDAY,\fEB: . OOORS OPEN 7.3l>^PIR8T CURTAIN t-^P.M/ E-VITAGRAPH : yr^EUREKASCOPE 5G-bA'cy'i^b'CHASE ' Musical Talking iCrflVEflTURE- . ^'By Mtaa Fieranee Wright >S4�IQGJIAPH . Cr-ILLUSTRATEO, SONG , '"^By.Mlas Florence Wright. 'O^-^THE yOUNGERS in a Roman Novelty Act. ' -^T HE F A M I l v ��.Those, t.Xomedians. -. T H E A Y R E- by Calgary ,afl* Medicine Hat, hut |.,a hack to th&:Ininiigj;^^tion Hall...;. ' , Prerers4o Handle Men Speaking- (0 t'he FTfeVald 'Imniigra'tibn rn^peotor Beckett'W^f^'''{hat Ihe af-; Profit and Loss.'l A. h&arty welcome to all. 1 ^^;iOX-.Church, MPr^esbyteri^an)-Rev. Goi'don, .minister. , Public .wor-sifilD at-'ll a.m.Wud 7.30 p.m..: Adult THEATIMCAL resting of women to^ deportation is a bi^Io classes foi men and ^^omep im 'most unpleasant ^ffalr at best, and m^cliately'iifte* tlie morning*'s'er\lc'o. 'i.o ,vr,S.i,i r.,ii,nr >...VaI"., v,',,ii', Qi^^.^uy School a( 3 piii. ' St'rangers THE SUMMERs"^ STOCK. COMPANY Dr de Van'B Female Plll� A leljabte Fnach letulator; atrer lail�. These ''itnieiative portion of the fcinals system. Reluac  � Ijnit�ttona. Or. feature. Dick De Loris, the up-^idofdown pianist, won a hearty applause with his cUissical selection and imitations. Following was a trip from the Arctic to the 'iroplcs, showing' the highest point made by atiy'vailroad in the worl'd. �J'ho next picture was entitled "Bumptious as an Artist,'; is extremely funny all through and '. - ~ , nt Its best ^ iAihberol Records^openvan Entirely ^;new field of music for Edison;^J?honog^^ dwners. They offer'muisicwiiich by reason of its length cannot be secured on aiiy qtJier. record. Tfcey offer not only � wider 'Mge of music, but a; higher grwieandgabeiii^;;/ rendition than has before been p ' The tone of Aniberol Records is." matchless. They have a clearer, r|ch^ 'tone and wore deUcate: interpretation't *tiiah that ords., Got complete catalogs from i-y^ur dealer or from w. Kdlson Fhenograplu, fl decided to ^ present Eseklal with a gold" tratota. Tho - : head nf the presentation cdmmlttee, approaching Ezokiei, with a gri�re bow > . said "Mr. Hopkins, J:: is the desire ot er In hisVrlnkled hand, and finally '" � asked: "War's the chain?"' - - spring implements Before buying* Vour.'iSpriii^' machineiy, ^ do not lail to siVe us a call. Wc handle the J amous Hj;l\^ester DrlllsV also^Delering Drills, Disc IlaiTows,-etc., and the'\v-orld Unowned Emerson, liiie of farm machl|iery,,/:' 5; > ;Biiggifes and,Aiitoniobiliefii:%//r<: TUDHOPE; ANDERSON &Cp;Ltd. Hyde &.^atiit