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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiifday, February 15, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ea IB AB^OIiUTELY Handel Score Brings $7,125 Au-, autograpli score of Handel's "Terzetto," dated Naples, 170S, was sold to a private collector for ?7,125 at an auction iu Berlin tlie otiier day. Wishes to tell you FREE How She Stopped Her Hiasbaiid^s Drinking By all Means Writs to Hor and Learn how. She did it. For over 20 vears^ James Anderson ol iSi Elm Ave., Hillbiim, N. Y., wasa very hard drinlicr. His case seemed a hopeless one, but 10 years ago his wife in tlieir own little home, gave him a simple remedy which much to lier delight stopped his diiiiidng enlireiy.. To make sUre thiit the remedy was respon-nbic for this happy result she aljo trie'd it on her brother and several of her neighbors. It was successful in every case. None of them has touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since. ,She now wislies everyone who has drunkenness in their homes to try this simple remedy for she feels' sure that it will do as inuch for others as it has for her. It can be given secretly if desired, and without cost she will gladly and willingly tell you what it is. All you have to do is write her a letter, asking i^er how slie cured her husband of drinking and she will reply by return mail in a sealed envelope.. As she has nothing to sell do not send her money. Simply send a letter witn all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Anderson att^e addrcss'giyen above, taking care to write your name and' full address plainly. (ife earnistly advise emery one of our readert nuho'Wu/tei. to aire a dear one oddrunkenne: -play wliich has won the hearts, of all who liave witnessed It. ,It shows how a man, although bad and brutal to all he meets, can, by the Infiuence of taie child he loves, be brought to the paths of righteousness agahh: The wonderful acting of the child iu .the piece Is absolutely great, and tlie whole picture is well__ worthy of-anyone seeing. , "The Ladder of Life," a very sfrohg drama, is also anotlier good attfafction, which should be. seen, and thi^,'together with a third .fiim called';''J9e Pierott" will form the �eveiiing'-s programme. .'� ',, ? Unless the management hav� ja feature of exceptional interest,- which they are requested to repsatia. second time, a change of jyrogramine can be wltnesEe'd at this hoiise every'riiglit. Air. George E. Fleming will sing on* 'pf; his most popular songs, tonight.. Visit the Morris-it's worth �while. !: Monarch Theatr^ The Saturday prograimme presented at the photo-play house will be a splendid one. The lovers of Western dr.ama are well provided for in tlie broncho feature "The Sheriff's Adopted Daughter," and an. Ihdlati drama the title of which is not yet reported. "The Wedding March," a Rex drama, and the mirth provoker, "A Noise Like a Fortune," complete a four'reel, programme, very acceptaibie in every detail. Monday night the greatest military feature ever phbto-piayed will be presented. "Custer's Last Fight." It Is impossible to spfek too highly >f this 3 reel feature, and all are urged to attend. For this: occasion the-admission will be 15 cents for chiliiren and 25 cents for adults. At Starland The magnificent presentation of "The Star of Bethlehem" met with unstinted praise from .:iir who were tOT-tunate enorice >.........  , Mcui's Best Working Worsted Biiits, suitable -Cor strong wear. Rogulai" values up to .$16.00. Sale Price................. $1.00 $1.56 $10.50 $7.45 $8.7 5 Third Avenue Royal Bank Blk Chocolates Without a Rival For Daintiness and Flavor The Utmost la Candy! Made of The Purest Injfre'dients! All Moir's Chocolates are prepared from oiir own Exclusive Recipe from cocoa beans selected and ground by ourselves. The creamy insides and centres of nuts, fruits and jellies have just the Right Flavor-the rich, thick chocolate coating has just the Right Taate. Our blending of these two confection extremes creates an exquisitely delicious flavor not found in other brands. Try Moir's. Moir's, Limited Balifaz. Canada b�en secured as the attraction at the Majestic n�xt Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and will be .shown exactly as in New York. Prices 25 and 50 cents. A special performance will be given on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock for the benefit of the Public School PictuTe Fund. Tickets can now be obtained from the pupils or any of the teachers at 'the various schools, and will be honored at any performance. � * � , "The Bachelor's Baby" Tnt'erest in chlli^r^n on the stage is always intensifiecrljiii.that little one is bright, and has''CjQ^r lines; to say and speaks tbem Ih'^,^. phildish, artless manner. To those'-flrho love children and desire to have their risibilities tickled, it is 1)Ut meant to state that they may have that desire gratified during the preE?nta,tion cf Francis 'Wilson's big New Y6rk comedy success, "The Bachelor's," which is to be the offering at the Majestic Theatr�, on Friday, March 14, -with Walter Perkins in the stellar role, and libtle Baby Wilson as the youngster around whom the plot thickens an^ evolves. Manager Wright has spared no expense ill gathering together a iiotable company of artists for 'the presentation; of this comedy, and lovers of good clean wholesome plays can, be assured of one of the real treats of the season. m � � "The Girl From Tokio" Of the few really meritorious faTces of recent years, "The Girl From Tokio" is pre-eminently tlie best seen for some lime, so it, is said, and while it is o� foreign origin, It Is totally free from the many objectionable features common to fai*te; comedies made abroad, where, In order to cause laughter, the authors seem obliged to descend to vulgarity and questionable compromising situations. Ab a laugh producer "Th� Girl From CHURCH SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST, SCIEi^JTIST-Royal Bank block. U a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting 8 p.m. The reading room Is open to everyone every day from three to five p.m. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner 5th aveaue and 18th street N- Rev. C'B. McKinnon, pastor. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. . Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome; ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Anr*-can)-Corner Eighth avenue and y^'i-eventh street South.-Rev. Canon Mc. Millen, rector. I\Tatins, 11 a.m. Sunday school aud Bible class, 3 p.m. Bap tism, . 4 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion at 8:30 a.m.i on the first and third Sundays, and at the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sundays. CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS-S. O. E Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. M. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers and teachers meeting; 10 a. in., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 685. UHRISTADELPHIANS ~ At 638 12th St., A., N., (between 6th and 7th Ave.). Breaking ol bread 4 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m.  A lecture will be delivered by Sidney T. Bats- Try Thu, Home-made Cough Remedy Opsts Little, But Does tho Work Quickly, or Money Ilefujided. MAJESTIC THEATRE 3 Nights, commencing Monday, Feb. 17 SPECIAL MATINEE WEDNE8DAY ; , The Latest Fad of New York and Chlcago-i-Unlque Novelty 1 'T'*.!a'�rAl^tf-C�-BA HAROLD b.'MEADE, I VeiOgUe Soldler ana Racontoup , , , To the Durbar IN KSNEMACOLOR-NEW STORIES, NEW SCENES SEE 500 ELEPHANTS; 1000 CAMELS; 6,000 SOLDIERS SPECIAL PRICES :::::: .: 28c and Mo. Monarch Theatre TONIGHT I.-The Wedding March- A beautiful Rex Drama. II.-The Sheriffs Adopted Daughter.. A Broncho Western feature. III.-A Noise Like a Fortune- A perfect spasm of laughs. IV.-A Strong Indian Dramas Title not yet reported. 15 Cents 10 Ctnts MONDAY SPECIAL "CUSTER'S LAST FIGHT" A Three Reel Spectacular Military Production. ford, subject, "The God of the Bible not *he Triune God of thfe Churches." Everj'body welcome. Bring your Bl-tles. No collection. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Rev. A; H. Rosenthal, pastor. Rev. �P. Mlnl'WQr'' gen, asBlEtant. Mass 8 a.m. Chlldreh's" mass 9:3ft a.m. High Mass 11 a.m.. ouuilay school 3 p.m. Eveumg service 7.30 p.m Sermon at ench service. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (Methodist)-Rev. Joseph Woodsworth pastor, will occupy the pulpit at both services.' Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. All are heartily -welcome. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHT.TRCH-Cor-ner 2nd Ave. and 8th Si. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, and on the first Sunday ot the month at the eleven o'clock service. 11 a. m. Matins'. Sunday school and Confirmation class , 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. INTERNATIONAL. BIBLiB. STUDENTS' AasbCIA'riON-At 705 4th ave. S. Meets every Sunday at 3 p. m. Friends Interesited ar�. invited.., ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHBRANti-At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 Sixth avenue S., February 16: S'Sr-�vlces, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Norweg-ian service af 10 a.m. W?dneBday Lenten service, 8 p.m.: "The Third Word of Christ from the CroBBi" Catechism J class, Tuesday and Friday, at 4.30 p.m. DISCIPLES OF CHRIST-Rev. J. B. Pickle, pastor. Setvioes Will. be held, in the First Baptist church to- LA8T TIME TODAY "The Star of Bethlehem" IN THREE PARTS MONDAY NEXT . "The Mosaic Law" k.b. TWO PARTS k.b. COMING SOON *'The Massacre" FIRST BAPTIST' CBURCH-Rsv. A. G. Watson, pastor, �will preach at Mix two cups ot granulated sugar with 1 cup ol warm water, and stir for 2 mln-- ~ - . _ iites. Put 2% ounces of Pinex (fifty � morrow. Sunday school at 10:80, fol- Tokio" depends eutireiy upon natural- cents' worth) ma 16-ounce bottle; then lowed by preaching service. Evening ly funny complications, devoid of sug- add the Syrup.' TaUa a teaspoon- service 7:30 p.m.. gestivenesB, and clean bright dialogue, ful every one, two or three hours. - That It fulfils its purpose is evinced | You will find that this simple remedy by the boisterous and contagious ap- takes hold oi a cough more quickly than Doth services, -which will be held in plause and hearty laughter that greet anythins else ever UBed; Usually ends a , Che Bijou Theatre, at 11-a.m. and 7,30 it continuously - ; deep-seated cough Inside of 24 hours. in addittpn to the^comedy features. ^S^:"^^:^^ a pretty little love affair TDetweeu two. troubles. It stimulates the appetite and young people is Interwoven, giving is slightly laxative, which helps end/ a just enough serious i^nterest to offset coug^^ makes more and better the convulsive laughter induced by cough syrup than you could buy ready a.muglng complications. The play madc for ?2.5o. It keeps perfectly and ~~ tastes pleasantly. Plnex Is the most valuable concentrated compound ot Norway white pine extract, and is rich in gualacol and all the -ia-tural pine elements, which are so healing to the membranes. Other preparations will not work In this formula. This plan of making cough syrup with Plnex and.sugar 'syrup ,(pr strained hon-i Morris Theatre To-night ^'Filial Love" This Will Please All-Don't , ' �Miss It ^- 44 The Ladder of Lifer A Powerful Drama , 44 I** 'Joe Pierrot' A Delightful Com�dy MR. GEO. E. FLEMINQ THE MORRIS ORCHESTRA t*!] Under direction of Prof.'vMiookix PRICES: lOe and '18c. comes to the Majestic on February 28. Gave Up $100,000 for Ambition In order to become a professional singer, It is said, that Florence Auld Hayes, a Boprano, gave-up a bequest ^ of $10Q,000 left her on condition that ev) has proven so popular'throughout the she did n'6t go upon the stage. The I  " � i�..of'�" m,oney goes to charity, and Miss Hayes made a start In her career by singing Marguerite in the prison scene from."Faust" in a Brooklyn vaudeville perfoa'manqe recently. Spanish .Piano Prodigy Arrives ManoUto Funes, who is described as the youngest and fattest boy who ever played piano solos before King Alfonso of Spain, arrived In New 'Xork last Monday on the Spanish steamer Montserrat. The boy' Is: twelve years old and weighs 150 pounds.. He has been playing since; he was four, and some of his enthusiaatlc countrymen regard him. as the; most remarkable �musical phenomenon of "the day in fepain, Imitated.' But the old, successful formula has nev4r been equaled.. ' A guaranty o( absolute satisfaction or money promptly refundedigoes with this recipe. .You� druggist has Plnex or will get It for you. If not send to The Plnex, Co., Toronto, Ont. Coming Soon "THE MASSACRE" p.m. Mr. George Mltford will sing >at both morning and evening services. In the evening the choir will render the anthem "Praise the Lord." - . , ,, ST. MARY'S CHURCIJC-Rev. C. H. Popbam, i rector. Holy communion every .Sunday at 8 a.m. Matins ,11; a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7:3U p.m. Choral EuchariBt on the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock. WiEISLBY CHURCH.-Rev. T. P.' Perry, pastor.; 11 a.m. subject, "The Carpenter"; 7.30 p.m. subject, "One Saving� Name." .Sunday school,and. Bible classes at 3 pim.,i,'T.he .inuBical service -will Tie: > Morning , anthem,; "Jesus, Lover of My S'oul" (Vogt); duet for tenor,and bafltone,."though Your Sins." Evening, anthem, ''.Saviour When Night"; anthem, "O, Sa--viour of .the World" ((3os�). ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH.-Kev. A. C. Bryan, minister; ,11. a.m." suW^ot;; "A "Victim of Polygamy;'; 7.30 p.m. subject, "From the Brothel to -the Throne." Sunday school ai 3 p.m.' Everybody welcome. , "The Bachelbr'aBaby" An event of unusual impor,tanceiy,^ be the appearance^ in this oUy.,oi''J Francis Wilson's mo