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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 8, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BIJOU TREATRE l. and Thur. Feb. 12 & 13 The Most Remarkable A Dramatic Production ifrom the Frisco Chinese Headquarters See Lobby Display MONARCH THEATRE One Night Only Fri., Feb. 14 Feature Ever Produced of China Town 3000 Ft. of Thrilling Pictures Portraying Vividly the Horrors of the Yellow Peril Remember the Dates MISS AMY LAWRENCE Soprano, meeting with big Success at Starland ALL STAR PROGRAM including "The Little Turncoat" BIG TWO REEL SPECTACLE Monday The Colossal, Feature , "The Invaders" IN THREE PARTS Positively the Greatest Military Production ever Made. DON'T MIS8 IT liie Rosy Bloom On a Woman's Cheek fr The Morris Theatre LAST TIME TO-NIGHT "CONVICTED BY HYPNOTISM" Tnis  is Positively a Big Sensational Production IN TWO REELS 1 _ POPE PIUS X The Only Moving Picture ever taken of His Holiness and the, Vatican. A Scenic production only, showing the .Garden � ' / and Interior-Well Worth Seeing. MR. GE�(). E. FLEMING The Weil-Known Baritone THE MORRIS ORCHESTRA Under the Direction of Professor Veslock-i. v-. rs : ll^fcs: Children 10c. Adults, 15c.:*' BIJOU THEATRE IS Monarch Thfeatre tonig'ht "The Double Danger" "Tbe^owboyVMother'' TWO .. EXCELLENT; DRAMAT- -.ic-jproduc-tions...... Ti-tREE FINE CLEVER COMEDIES See Other Advertisement, for For'Coming Attractions  PRICES': -Matinee* 15c and 5c. EVESf|'\ iniisiet'i'jejv-wfp'il to-gethori' *.For"Wagijer arret "Beetlioven. 1 recommend a pipe; for � Mozart, a cigar-and* it 'miisV-be a-* ftrie- ohe, of delicate flavor; a cigarette will do for Mendelssohn; and 'when Sibelus or Pairy, � Mackeajsie .;and Company are to be played- aii ample provision can lie made at the slot machines, where fivje.excelles't "fags'�ate-.obtain* 'able for 'on^pennj*.'.'/^ \ i~\ liiiiiill -Cures Coughs Mathieu's Syrup of Tar 8?-God Liver Oil is a great Tonic and not only stops a cough ,-,but-.-enables the>. to * throw it flif.' There should be a botde of it in every home. I^rge size bottle 35c." Sold everywhcre.V }, U MATHJBD CO., Propv, Sberbrooke. HERE are occasions when one favors an interview with some emiinco.t man' of the stage. This opportunity presented itself last Thursday eveiuuu;, when Mr. Lewis Waller appeared at the Majestic Theatre in-"Dumas', comedy, "A. Marriage of Convenience." I was familiar enough with the star's ability, having many times seen him plav in the old land. It was at the end ot the first act that 1 maide^my way to Mr. Waller's dressing room, where my entrance was announced by an attendant. No time was lost 111 exchanging greetings, as the star was disrobing preparatory to the second act. The Jap valet was as busy as a bee dressing his master. Mr. .Waller's prefatory remarks were expected. "What a responsive and brilliant audience in! a city of this size? The moment. I I stepped on the stage "I instinctively felt the. necessary bond of sympathy between my audience.and myself, with the,result that we were all inspired." Speaking of his idea in leaving England on such a tour as the present, Mr. WalJsr said he had been longing to sec the great Canadian West, and to belt the world before returning to his home in England, when he would retire. He hail heard so much about "Western Canada, but he could candidly say he was agreeably surprised. There was a great' future ahead of the west in theatrical aftairs and his experience before western audiences'so far proved that there was a desire on the.part of the people to see nothing but the best. Audiences somet:mes were grasp certain points in a play^ifke the-present-one, but- he could in a.\l. jfsMikiiess say that we&tr .era audiences iicver failed to appreciate one point, however..subtle. . JVtr.. Wi�.f1��r- h�K little use for the unscrupulous'press agent or. manager whose reprehensible methods very often; destroy the reputation of a theatre:-He believes that the only way to conduct the theatrical business is by be-j ing straightforward and honest with' the public. . "There is-no use invade vertising such and such an attraction as.the .as a sess one grain.of merit. I. scorn the �untruthful press agent," added c Mr. �Waller, whose countenance pictured the sincerity of the man. The star plays 'Vancouver next and then will sail for Australia. On his us a return visit, Mr. Waller'.'" I (jiieried. The answer was not slow in coming. "Most assuredly, I'll look in on vour city again, possibly in another play." .. "What about Henry V asked the interviewer. "Ah ! vou arouse my", interest ; we will think over that suggestion." The second act was now called and with a* hearty Au Rcvoir I took my leave to resume my interest in the Comtc de Candale.  *  At the Bijou The success accorded this ideal photo-play house is certainly merited, as the.class, of .subjects projected are chosen with a discrimination that reflects credit on-'the management. For the opening programme o� the ensuing week, a masterpiece from the B10-grnph studios will rank as the feature subject. The titie "The God Within," Is aptly suited to the story, and deals with a phase of human nature that unfortunately is over present with us. The portrayal of..the various scenes is enacted with such realism and natural grace, the onlooker regrets the climax is not what is expected, but, like many of the sins committed in every-day life, repentance comes too late. 1 Thig picture alone is worth going miles to sec and should not. be missed by any  patrons of the photoplay. Of'course,'-Pathe's Weekly will interest every ort'e', being looked forward to each Monday and Tuesday by all and sundry. Two real clever comedies complete atprogramme of excellence that 'will be appreciated by all who see it. � The: Tea matinees on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays are growing in f^jor^nd w.ill doubt-Jess become a /reguifcr .institution. Prices-always: Matinees, 16 and 5 boxes, 25 cents.  a splendid song selection to the enjoyment of the evening. � - The Morris orchestra under the direction of Prof. Veslock, added to the very enjoyable program. The same feature will be shown again tonight. Everybody welcome. . * �  * "The Invaders" at Starland Monday The management of . Starland are strongly tmphasizing the fotheoming thowiiig of the three-reel production of "The Invaders," which will be the offering next Monday. "The Invaders," is without Question the greatest modern triumph of motion pictures, and is assuredly the biggest military feature ever produced. One month was consumed by the KayBee Co, in making it, at a production expense of $25,000. The cost or the powder used is more than the entire cost of an ordinary subject, and the number of people engaged in its portrayal exceeds 1,500. .In one scene Miss Anna Little makes two of the most sensational falls from the back of a swiftly galloping horse ever made by a woman. The management of Starland strongly recommend this feature to' all their patrons*, for. it is-possibly the finest featue ever, shown here. The usual prices of admission will prevail, in spite of the heavy expense Incurred in securing 'The Invaders" fcr.exhibition here. is the most alluring beauty in the world. It is a prize within reach of almost every woman, if she will but give proper attention to her skin and her general health. The evil effects of raw winds,'dust, extreme cold, working in overheated and steamy rooms or in bad air, can be counteracted by using NA-DRU-CO Ruby Rose Cold Cream This is-4 snowy-white preparation with .a delicate rose perfume. It cleanses the skin, nourishes and fills out the deeper tissues, smoothes out wrinkles and imparts,-a velvety softness, free from roughness, redness or chaps. It keeps the skin healthy, and Nature supplies the rosy bloom. In 25c. cpal glass jars, at your Druggist's. , , NA-DMJ-CO is a delightfully soothing preparation of j Witch Hazel, presenting all its wonderful cooling and healing properties in a most agreeable form. ' " For the skin irritation which winter brings-chaps, wind-burn, cracked lips? frost-bites-or chilblain-it is a remedy as pleasant as it is effective. 25c. a bottle, at your Druggist's. Always look for the Na-Dru-Co Trade Mark when you buy. National Drag and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, tea a pretty talc told to Robert ' ceptions have oBtained-as Teresa�: "The last time we rehearsed the good reason that a greater number ot > piano quartet of Schumann (for the gifted women are turning -the!r attan^-: �'Pops,' in the green-room of the old-tion to mastering this instrument*v-St- James Hall) we had the re?' than ever before; ..' vised parts' of the new edition A. Ysaye. Romance ':.��.."-;�.';� Monarch Theatre At this popular and cozy little theatre tonight the patrons will be treated to something extra, both in respect to quality 01 photoplays and Brcitlcopf. We were Joachim, Piatti music. ..The music rendered by the Mrrte. Schumann and myself.'Sudden-Monarcli;orchestra is steadily incrcas- ]y Joachim got up and, wiyh his uig in excellence and popularity, and how, pointed.out to Mine. Schumann nrance tnat culminated- in the ma'Ti-rt is safe to say that it is not ex-, that she had played a wrong note! ,  age! of Eugen Ysaye's-daughter j'..' Car-celled ui the city. I .'The old lady looked in amazement rie, >to a young Hungarian engineer; A prettv story is told of the tcP At the Morris ihe;piogivufi lor Ujaugnii 01. four' feature reels, ".God's1 -Un or tun-ate"; and "The Colloborators", two � aik ,  , , Strong dramas, and "Getting Mairy Large crowds attended this popular1, ^ned", and "Flo's Discipline", photoplay house last night. The head- fcwo screaming. COmedies. . jliner for.- the evening, va' sensational Next Tuesday night a grand dfaw- ........- after - a .pause.; a�:.f?.\v-davs betore the .violinist:;s'ailed;-; said. 'My dear child, you are ri^hti;, for his present toutr oi Amenta.--Wtt but I have played that wrong note, engineer:met his future" wife when;?he|: my whole life, and even if .it could, went to Vsaye for ad vide -'on � takings11; please the .soul of my departed-husband I am too old, now to change it." - , drama,, in two reels', -.entitled,, -oon- ,,�i.+,ir�  * g.qn T . e only thing in existence, whenjvicted by Hypnotism", Avas one that TheT,odJr VflS? luelv oLnnn wm C�ming t0 the BljOU Wednesday and n^*^*T T? .^^d'to ?H picture fcvers The S^n^ofthar^^tlS^ Thursday, a^a^.he MbHarch. picture entitled "Pope Pius \" was Quaker bread tickets On this or-ca-' .Friday, . well worth seeing This is the only Sn regular prrces will preva.l and | . Many ^ppomnities .ha^e ^een: a| the chance for everyone to win the f^de stored to Health by Lydia E. Pihkham's Vegetable Compound. . Sikeaton, Mo. - "For seven years I suffered everything. I was in bed for four or five days at a time every month/ and so|.weak I could hardly'walk. I had cramps, backache and headache, and was so nervous and weak that I dreaded to see anyone or have anyone move in the-room; The doctors gave me medicine to ease 'me at those times,; and said tliat I ought to have an operation. I would not listen to that; and when a friend of my. husband's told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound andOwhat it had done �� for his wife, I was willing to,take it. | and we hope.they never'a're'biilcd for Nowl look the picture of health and feel "'� r>~v. like ft, too. I can do all my own housework, work in,the garden and entertain company and enjoy them, and can walk Wednesday .and Thursday, and .at' the Monarch Theatre Friday "next; iiiey will have the unique pleasure ofVwl't-nessing a 'remarkable story , woven round the Chinese headquarters -of San Francisco. The .press, of to-day, have endeavored through ' their col? umns to give the public an Idea of the perils that exist in the"Chinese quarrel's throughout the American "continr,| �nt; but it has been,left/to tVe 'Potion picture camera to depict ^tne real horrors actually in existence. " Of course the various scenes" are dealt, with by talented actevs who enact a thrilling-life story of - a young widow who, fortunate in the possession of this world's goods, is pandered to by �every fortune-hunter of-every nationf ality. � Her brother' is .an habitual jjOpium smoker, and. the manner, in which she is inveigled into the opium dens, and the remarkable escape' she has from the hea'then is told in a manr ner that intensely interests the spec-, tator. The denouement Wherein' purity and right prevail.over vice and. might is capitally ;. portrayed, &AA endsi one of the most remarkable film series the photo-play fan will ever have the privilege of witnessing. �-..* '.�':l Musical Criticism in Kansas The New York Male Quartet � was1 here Monday ;night .and put on. the' third.number-of .the lecture.course.'Jt was the bummest-entertainment: -the. people, of our little town had ever had to put'up'.with.1 for,va- long time.i up a career as a violinist. Ysaye^ heard him play and told h n that ho kB might make a very, 'good .enginee'Efsv^ hut that he would certainly be> a5ba'Stwi1'^ failure as a violinist, but it aroused the sympathy of the violinist's;daugb^f*M ter and she soon gave her" heart" (;tpv'', him. Shortly before the, mafriagga-Ysayo wrote : "I am stillspfi^tbd;,': .^'.J opinion that you would  make.' jfa^v shocking violinist, but I �also-,,h6lieyep you: would make a first-rate sbrf-ijawsMu^ law." . '  Vir,'-\-K4 'A Hint for Opera-Goers For the consideration of opera-ggejs.^&ts who disturb and 'distress musio4o�efil^|^| not to mention showing. djsrespe�tSj6�;�l the artists, by leaving before the^e&^3?j,^| ie':end a correspondent 'of'%^ ,? of the opera New York Herald tells the foHowirigfJ apt-stoTy: � An American, takes ..his MendjjBan:' -.>v�| Englishman, uptown' In the sutwajK^'^^t^ They board a train at Wall Btree"t^n^'Ji,J!'.-arrive at Brooklyn bridge. *vf^s -'{ The American-"We g"�t oB+&q(eV!M"S~% ' The Englishman-"Ah!" '" '^r.-^Vki. I ."Winnipeg Stook\at'Messrs." Ferguson' Brosv-123 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg, Man. CHjN QHEN, Leading Chihcs'e Character In "Lights'and Shadows ot China'-Town," Bijou Theatre on ,Wednesday 'and Thursday, February 12 and 13, and the at as far as iany ordinary - woman, any day in the week. I'wish I could talk to every suffering- woman and giri, and tell them; what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -nasi done for me."-Mrs. Dema BliT^UNEi-Sikeston^ Mo. - inflamma^p'n? ,utc>^atjpn? 'tumors; irreg-ularvties',; p^iodj^p'airjs, bac.kache, ffai|t bearing dawh.fg#in&4ri8i'gestion, ajad nervous pH)stratiqn/af ter all other meana; this place again.-Cedar'.point Cor respondent Florence Bulletin. ; ".r .j The1 Feminine: Pianist .Feminine opportunity ,in the field of pianist seems to be broadening.' While for many '.'years'" one or-'-tyo' exj *j cellent solo performers-) heiwc' rtiade^" their, presence felt in ^discrirnlnatirTB;1! ] circles1 it is'-only' recehtlyjr" 'wri$s Pierre 'V. R. Key.dn'the" New ,,Yo'rk; ,World, that a considerable; fiMmboir. have appeared to mako. con positions of' lar^df! ntold itiiat oil I "o; Arrive at Seventy-second The American-r-f'We cliange 'tkx&lffitypjl Tlie En gltshman-"Ah!" k Arrive at Seventy-ninth street."f.TST* *� SJ The American-"We get off berte.'fj/ 4j The Elnglishman-r"Ah! ' May I. askj/*�| why you take three trains for *trii�\'i-'*,^ short journey?" ^ , }j*^Vf�-.* The American-"I save two 'rafti'^, The Ettigllshman-"Ah! what�:"do s } you.'do with-the two minutes?" ','Y  ' Get Busy! Six, on 50 xd35 feet, 12th. St., near fith Aven'ule "South. ' $4,000.00 / .\i ' $500 cash, balance � $30.001 { month, 7%. > - N .Clear Title / The , - Dowsley - Mabarn 4 Monarch Theatre on Friday, February 14 I have ftflei/Wby you try it? strength and endurance, mowovet, ex-fow ;