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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February G. IMS TI f i: L E TIIB lill) G E D A 11, Y HE li A I " Fasre is i Lewis WalletvTonight '.Tonight Lewis Waller, the eminent Tomaiitic actor and his excellent com-liany, will appear at tlio Majestic Theatre "In tho attractive comedy "A Marringo of Convenience." Ticket-holders arc requested to he in their scatB before 8,40. as the curtain will rise sharp at 8.45. Late comers will require to Avalt till", the end of the first act1 before thoy�can .'be seated. At Starland Bis crowds were at Starlaud last evening, and were delighted at the excellence of the performance offered. The Aieatro is decidedly comfortable and inviting from every standpoint, haying been recently thoroughly renovated'. throughout, and ,� several miner''additions made, ail - of whioh greatly tend to a'dd to the comfort of its patrons. . * The programme prosented last ev-, ening was excellent, the leading attraction "Dick Turpin" meeting with warm approval from all present. The; story deals with-an. adventure in the life of the gentleman highwayman. The action is laid in Merrieand the man-popularly called "her fireman"-effects a heroic rescue, and wins the esteem and eventual love of the girl. It wns an 'excellent; feature, and met with well deserved success. , �Miss- Amy�'Lnwraneo, a charming little lady, met with vociferous applause, with her rendition of "You "Wondering Girl." Miss Lawraucc has that rare tcapabillty of fully captiwKlng her hearers, by her winsome manner, and should meet with great future success. She certainly was well received last evening. Two excellent comedies, completed the programme, which was by far one of the host ev�r seen here, '� The-same programme- will be repeated, tonight for the last. time. .At the Bijou Those who took advantage of the excellent programme furnished at this pretty photo-play-house last evening wer� well repaid, and many. congratn. latory rem'arks were parsed on thft standard of-pictures projected. -The historic mythological Egyptian subject, entitled - "Rameses, King of Elgypt," without doubt one'of the finest spectacular ^productions ever released, and the scenery and costunb flJDg- throughout aMfn^tel$iece of 'photographic art? -M -excellent In^ dian story, entitled "For the Honor of tho Tribe" is cleverly enacted, and teems with exciting 'scenes. John Binning, the master of mirth, presents a most amusing story, and the character of.the henpecked husband, provides ample scope for thiSji.priQce at comedians to display b!e talent./ Pot" Friday and Saturday \a Banner programme is being arranged."1 The principal film will.Jje a. series .of- fairy story tableaux, entitled "Mother Ooose," specially secured for the bene-, lit of the young folk. : The children, are excellent critics regarding the class of pictures shown, and judging by the amount of laughter and applause given at the^Saturday jjaatinees the programmes'^piies�eritieditat the Bijou are the very' best obtainable/ Saturday matinees- ar&""becom'-ihg a feature hero, every child partiicipat-. ing in a draw for a dollar bill, and the interest evoked shows how. the child of the UOth century Is taught unselfishness, as whoever is the fortunate winner is cheered to the echo. For a pleasant hour, and good, amusement, the Bijou is recommended- to all lovers of the photo-play. Prices: Matinees, 15 and 5 cents'; evening, 15 and 10 cents: boxes, 25 cents. �   Dixie Jubilee Singers at the Morris (Tonight Tonight the regular bill*" of moving pictures will be dispensed with, and in their place 'will he'-seeri '� trie fa--mous Dixie Jubilee Singers. This is W. C. Buckner's own original com,-, pany, and undoubtedly a good many i will recall their previous visits to this city, and also the very favorable impression they made. The: company is' made up of eight periforipeiij>,,:-ftnd it can be truly said' that �ach* oiie'ls an artists by himself. There is none of us hut what like to hear a Dixie quartette, and when one can go as-, sured that they are well worth listening to, it certainly adds to the Pleasure. Mr. Moore, who, it can be truthfully said, is a comedian of the first water, assumed the responsibility of supplying the comedy, witbi however, vulgarity eliminated altogether,'' This artist is sure to- pleafe aKfc. The-company cater to all tastes-m their repertoire, for apart from good wholesopie-comedy, classic, sentimental and old; negro melodieB, fill aygopd- part .ot their bill. The manag-toerit are so confident of the ability of- the- company that should anyone not feel* satisfied after hearing the;-whole per-; formandc, then* money' will !bo refund-" ed: This shmild he a sufficient guarantee, as Manager'Morris has' a reputation to keep. The'cui't'Din rises punctually at 8.30, so he inyour seats In good time. Hear these people, and' you will be more than-pleased.  M'NABB RAISES 10 ASSERTS THAT SAM HUGHES SLANDERED HIM IN SEVERAL PUBLIC PLACES Montreal, Feb. 5.-B. A, McNabb has changed his suit for $10,000 against Col. Sam Hughes for defamatory libel to $50,000 for alleged defamatory libel at tbe Rldeau Club in Ottawa, the Windsor Hotel, in-Montreal, and other places." He has filed correspondence- which he declares proves his claim. , ALCOHOL AS A MEDICINE Winnipeg, Feb. 5.-At a meeting of the Epworth League-here today Dr. J. H. Halponnx protested against the use of American temperance literature for schools because such gave the�� impression tliat alcohol was entirely : pernicious,-.��whereas, the medical, profession was agreed'on its-medicinal values and youth should not be given a false impression. Declares Canada Will Svying Back to Liberal Column ..-:.:' Next Election CATHOLICS NOT REPRESENTED St. Catharines, Feb. 5.---The separate school trustees. having refused to nnpoiiit representatives on the Public library- board on laccount of the refusal to purchase a Catholic encyclopedia, the library board will have no Catholic representative for this year. Montreal,-Feb. 2.-The piece of oratory delivered at the Montreal Reform club, (the leading Liberal or-: ganizafcion of this city, Saturday night, by its guest ot;h to the Liberal policy, 'through which immigration, colonization and railways GRAY FADED HAIR, OR BEAUTIFUL '.. DARK, ATTRACTIVE-CHOOSE, MADAM! SAYS SAGE T�Ay MIXED WITH SULPHUR RESTORES NATURAL COLOR AND LUSTRE Gray, faded hair' turned beautifully dark /and- lustrous >alnlost over night, is g..reality, ,if you'll take the trouble ib' mix "sage ;tea and sulphur, but whaf's"the;uSB, you'get a largo bottle of t]\k ready-to^-UBe tonic.- called "Wyeth's Sage atftl Sulphur Hair Bem-iv*v" at drug stores here for about fill' cents, Millipns,,of .bottles.' of "Wyeth's'' are Bold annually, says a well-known t druggist,'becajtse' it 'darkens 'the .hair' so natnrully and evenly luaf no one can tell it has been applied. ypn just dampen ,i, sponge or; soft jbrusb^wit-h Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a ' time;', ^Those whose (hair is turning -gray,- becoming faded , dry, soraggly and thin haVe' a surprise awaiting them, because after just one application', the 'gray hair Vanishes and- your;; looks' :bec|0]hei Iuxt uriantly dark.- and ' beautif ulVa'll? dan* druff gpos, scalping itching and *,fall-iBtf-""hair stops ' �' " �'' �1 tfNft "HtHHlNMIm, "*T~""''T�..i�,H^,_________ ..... THE FAMOUS VICTROLA The Marvellous Musical Instrument that reproduces the voices of the world's greatest singers with absolutely human, life-like effect, is now made in variety of styles and sizes, and at prices that place it Within the Reach of all 0 EASY PAYMENTS' IF -DESIRED ,From the Yictrola 4 at $20.00 to the Victrola 16 at $250.00 every instrument is a GENUINE VIGTROLA and guaranteed,, to be the most wonderful Musical Instrument^ the world has ever knowm - � Double sided records are-90 cents for the "two;selections. The n&arest dealer will gladly give y/^u a free demonstration of the Famqus Victrola. Berliner Gram-o-phone Ca,..Limited. MONTREAL / 149 com] stock of Victrolas th 3000 records day >4> [aoos Lethbridge The Morris Theatre 9 W. C. Buckner's Origins Dixie Jubilee Sinners Prices, 25c, 50c 75c; Get your .Seats Early. The Management Personally Guarantees this Attraction i Tomorrow ' and Saturday-The Big Sensational- Two-Reel Production "Convicted by Hypnotism" and "Pope Pius X."-A Scenic production showing- the garden and interior. PRICES: : : : : : : 10c and 15c. MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE NIGHT ONLY ' TO-NIGHT The Greatest Theatrical Event in the HistoiT of. Lethhridga England's Greatest Romantic Actor, LEWI8 WALLER in "A Marriage of Convenience Supported by.His Own Talented Company, Including MISS MADGE TITHERADGE London's Famous. Young Actress PRICES: : : : : $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 and 50 cento Seats now on sale at Kenny & Allin's Drug & Book Store 99 L1BERIAN NATIVE8 DEFEATED Monrovia, Liberia,'Feb. 5.-A crushing defeat with heavy slaughter was inflicted on the Kroo natives of Liberia on Jan. 27 by Major Ballard, one of the American officers sent some i time ago to.the Liberian government. Major Ballard's force lost 8 killed and 15 wounded. Robertson's Book Store for Victrolas and Records TODAY- "Two Thousand Guineas Reward", TWO REELS BRISTLING WITH EXCITEMENT "Her Fireman" Thrilling "Thanhouser" Fea-' ture - ' "The Christmas Gift" : l Sparkling Comedy "Almost a Tragedy" Fun Galora , V . MISS AMY LAWRANCE WILL SING'-"The Pretty Little Girl from No-' Where" " NEXT MONDAY "THE INVADERS^: �4 roceivod a vigorous impetus. , �� �-...... Sacrificed  for--Good of West . , "The Liberal partv went to its defeat for the west," declared ihe1 and progressive! Enterprise, The Daily. Province ol Regina, and other Conservative papers . '-Mr. "Turgeon referred also to1 - a fiiil^-page advertisement; thatappeared at tho time in a four-lihgual paper. 0i markets still remains a necessity; for the western farmers." V ;;; Alluding to. the'past'provinciarl elections in Saskatchewan, 'and to the part taltqn in the campaign ;,hy the federal � government, represented by Hon Kogeis land- Dt, 'Roche, #tbe bpeaker qualified as unconstitutional tho attitude of tho Dominion .govern- only temporary ; the creation of new I t * d ficers: who�, took a prominent part in the: campaign, telling that -many of them; were. late� found guilty of corruption and intimidation. ' "\ ' 1,1 Remained Mute"-,"That,a certain class of foreigners who have no Canadian sentiment wliat ever, had been enlisted,1 thanks to the fortuitous, clause in tbe'larw, had been the real tfause of the^ Liberal victory, waa the charge made by Hon. R Rog- ers, at the Borden banquet in Montreal. Following thia, said Hon, Turgeon, the Saskatchewan government ordered an investigation; and Messrs. Rogers and Roche, �. on being invited1 �to produce documents and evidence, confined themselves." in, arvery strange; muteness! - . " 'Mr;.T.u'rge'onthen'at^ackedr thej:ney federal: policy, .which he said is pimply ah encroachment to the provincial,' rights.' ' ' " "The ..government has: withdrawn the .good' roads bill, which had been, amended" by the Senate, on account of its rather dangerous provisions,' and has Submitted a new-'one", to the. House; ^.'fche vPede*ah;jgoV!er'nmeht::Hii':^| ; V" Boxes, 2So* y,,-**tfy in'his library. The Wse^ihody*i^f^| in another roomV>wtaere'>.sbe|Iia^|t^||^v^ all appearances been hacked' to piege^i^^ with an axe. \t -"^ >lM�i�M ,An investigation by the POlio.eJ^f^fH(J| the young wqman.'s past .has^' giyei^?^ rise to the theory that'stfe.a^^^j^^,'^ murderer were associated "Vltj^fieJ^v^ "demon  chauffeur" Bennetf andt'ttis'^'' mm the ! sole witness.' About - ?lVu00j,.la(iji' V oesh'^aa stolen.' ' / , , "I: Paris, Feb. 5.-Edouaxd Pelletler, a high official of the Pren'ch department of .justice, was murdered in his resid-. ence here today, A woman nurse who was attending him was alBo killed'. '" The double, murder") is believed \oJf have been, cqmmtt^e^ by/ah ciii^ca^p-"1 tured accom'plice ^^tn^'gt^ig^o'f',au^p. mobile, bandits,' whoseJt^l^iB^no^jgo.! ing^on 'beVe."l1i ;,' ^''.-v>! $4,000,00 H?50O cash, balance $30,00 ,{ month, . :% ,'\ , ' , ' Clear Title , Bureau; . , , , , .J^tlce;;butflia^|p^ ent. .; This- -ie-'what'we"'some 'time;.^Her'was.X'mah.of consife Electoral Machine",;,thie'le'rable tyealtti."- ' ',:l;'$�Cp 0429 ;