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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .'in. Monday; February 24,1�13 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 PANTAGE'S VAUDEVIILE S - Big Acts - S Today and Tomorrow, Feb. 2|^2S The Five Columbians SINGERd ANb DANCERS WolfaM Zrtdclla IN A BIG COMEDY ACT Biert (Gone) Melborne A COMEDIAN Wlih A COMEDY 5 Patterson Sisters. 3ENSAXI0NAL AERIALIST8 V Brooks & Locrellb NOVELTY ACROBATS . ' One Reel of Animat?; ; ed Pictiire8\ PRICES: 35c, 50c, and 75c. Box OJflcie Open-10 a.m. First Curtain-'7.30 p.m.; TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY Si) *, ^li. p-^ itK^iSiiiilfii^ ^ MAY HOLTON IThe funniest of.farces, "The Girl from Tokio", Majeetic Theatre, Friday � , and Saturday, February 28th and March let. - ^ . A RAYMOND SHIPPED CAR OFJGS Farther Evidence That it is Not All Wheat Growing-News of Sugar Town NEW DAYTON � : N�w Dayt,on,'Fel)., 22.-Mr. CM. Jones, who.^recently purchaB�(} the homeaftead Ijelonging to C. T. Oouains, arrlvefl yesterday from Mountain Home, Idaio, with his family, and a iv.) oar of etfedtSi.V Mr;Johes evidently be-� , �Ilev�Hjla.Sputhern;,Al'berta, leaving as ( Aedld-a-rtoh! farming country, and coming-here:Invalmost the worst part of tho.wlntei', ,vMrV Jones Is a bT0th�^^ �� MrB:'Ei,A.;Gr^eno. Mr, T;-M'organV former C. someqn.e ..Jtftkes advantsfee ot the opportunity'to start a shop here New Dayton 'wlll-',b3 left in a rather Natrlt'Go^ Dy^epsia Tablets Quiekly. MDisordoreil Stomficlis- RiKhf It�� a ;iere)/aticfM to the ohronic ' dyspeptic .to, feel mo,discomfort after  hearty,m.qi^l.v wi^ou-that meal is followed Tjy one-Na-Dm-Co Dyspepsia tablet.' "He is h'araiy' prepared for; the almost; magicj relief: which the .tablet giyee Uim' Jroto the vatioup discomforts to wldcjihe-jaacotistdmed after eating. Na-Drii-Co/Djspepsis Tablets sweeten Btomachs jkhat are-sour^relieve . stomaclis that feel as if a stone hadbeen swallo^eiirJatop heartburn-and - give-the needed/assistance to stomachs ttiat; � aie weakeuW. �';- ~ � " >..�-. : Contalaiiig in thcmselveSv the active 'Principle .weeded. �for digjesting R.- nV-�M^5)re, Winnipeg, and J. N. Kamlnskl,, New Michel, B.C.' , Jnd Foley, .the local horse-dealer, has purchased LaJfetty's^'ttne i' and Cbeiijcal'Co.'bi^'i^an&da'; Limited, Keep to JOHN, lis J Whiskey I yp IN A POO Appiiifently Some One is Sneaking Liquor Into Local Option Belt Magrath, Feb. 22.-On Wednesday evening the Magrath town council j'met for the transaction of business, with Acting Mayor J. A. Rasmussen in the'ohair. There were present Aid, Rasmussen, Bennlon, Heathershaw, Matkfn and Jensen. After the.opening . preliminaries a number of bills were presented and ordered paid, and the correspondence referred to the respective committes. The feature of the meeting was thc reading of the treasurer's'report, which showed that the town's finances �were In first class condition. The credit of the town waa never stronger. At the next meeting the auditor will submit his verified report, when the details will be ready for publication. The C. P. >R. wrote asking the council for the prl-vllege of running a telephone line trom the depot to their offices on the Irrigation canaL The railway contemplate a great de-al of woric on'their canal this season, and they are iperfectihg the system in view of this year's campaign. M'ayorjRirle has not returned from the south, yet He is expected home soon, however. He is returning via tlie Pacific coast, after an enjoyable trip to-.that land of sun and flo'wc-rs, California.,' Mrs. lllrle is travelling �vyith, hitn.;. Isaac''Satey returned home froni a visit.to Idaho on Wednesday. He had a very pleasant visit but is more satisfied than ever: that Southern Al-bertaihas them all beat as a farming country. .He says the Hurley country, where a number of Magrath people emigrated; to, can not be compared with' Alberta as- ah agricultural district. Burley itself, however, is booming, said Mr. Satey, and real estate is unreasonably high. He looks for a slunip in a few yea'rs. The L. D. S. Eriiaslonai-y committee is arranging, for a^ entertainmsnt in aid of the foreig;ii;; missionaries. The program will be ajOinounced,later. Marlon Johnson, father of George Johnson, arrived'last night from Redwood Fall.s, Minn.',- and will spend a few days in town'on business. He is iiere in connection with the purchase of the Fletcher llveti'' barn. The deal Is now closed, with ^jsorge F. JohnsoiS as sole owner. :,� A meeting was held last night in the Jensen block of the proposed members of the Magrath I.O.O.F. The plans for the order'are progressing very favorably. ' Six over-indulgent residents of this guieb town started on one. grand debauch .yesferday, and for their indiscretion paid over $5 each to .iustice Stacey. Constable Crookston rounded 'them up in Vaughn's pool hall, where they wer-e engaged'in a deadly combat- with billiard balls as weapons. This is the first case of Its kind for many months. Arrangements are under way for the annual ball and banquet of the Magrath Board of Trade. It is probable that the board will call on the splendid and ever-willing auxiliary organization, the 'Womeh's Institute, to assist in the alt'alr.- . ; B.Matkln and B.L, Jensen are in Edmonton- this week attending the flgriouUural fairs convention In that city.' � ; The news of the Alberta legislature Is being keenly followed In Magrath, and every night little knots of citizens are seen reading the : dally, i-e? ports of the house as they appear in the' Herald. Our new member, Martin Woplf, is 'being watched by his �con-:stituents. � , " � ;, BUSINESS OPENINGS �Radvllle, Sask., Fei). ,23.-All land In this'district has beenhomeeteaded.' This; town is only a s-hort distance; from "Winnipeg on the east and Leth-^ bridge 01} ,the west. / The population has now reached .500;' and is increasing! .Most of the people are- Canadians arid Americans., ;Jlaihv;ay facilities 'are good and improving. There is an abundant supply'of water, which makes the place worth^y of consideration. The annual assessment for 1911 �was $125,000; for 1912, $300,000. Machinery has been shinped into (his town to the value of $130,000 during 1912. New businesses have been started in.this town recently, and are doing well, and are pleased with the location. .There are openings In this town.;, for a � good flour mill, as the best-kind of 'wheat Is grown in this dlstrjoti and ther-e is agood: supply, oliirunning water In addition to well water. 1 A ;good printer 1b also ns-e-ded in this town. This is ,a healthy looalltyi there; Is aJ);';abu'ndant rainfall, ;a'l|(o; moderate winters, aiid a crop fall'ure in thU-.dountr'yijha's 'never �b�ei;Hnow'h., . � ' Tb DO'UBLE TRACK ROAD - ,W[oose Jaw, Sask., Feb. ZS.-^An-^ nouncemeht Is� made;;; that -Rouble'-' �Itraoklpg-' of the C. /P.^' R.  between' Re-, ,gln| and Moose Jaw, wjll be In operation' by,^Jiine. It is expect'ed that the-jli^g-'^ffpm "^MooBo Jaw to Asslnnlbola, fOmerlY, 'Ijavelle, will,be completed at, l/abjiUpthe same time. MAJESTIC THEATRE SATURDA'V MATINEE Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28 Mar. 1 First time in Canada. -The laughing event df the year Franli A. Miller Presents the Mirth-Provoking- German Farce, 'THE GIRL FROM TOKIO' One year at the Court Tbeatre, Berlin, Germany. Enjylish ver.sion by Frank Tannehill, jr., and George W. Barnuni.' A Eollicking, Ro3rstcrino- Fun ]\Iakf'r, Sclvaifilngly Pinmy-Absolutely Clean, Presented hy a cajiable Conipairy- of Competent Mctropol- ; ? itan Player.s. '� �� �� Prices.$i.60, $1, 7oc and 50c. Seats ori sale Kenny & Allin's Drug'& Book'Store Monarch Theatre SPECIAL. TODAY "IN THE LAND OF THE LIONS"  TwO-lieel sensational Animal Pl'cture, in Hand Colors, -TOMORROW- "JOHN BUNYAN'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS" In Four Reels 10 cents -;and- 15 cents MUSICANDDRAMA fConauctotI by F|0|ELlO) TODAY An All Star Bill, Including " The Sealed Envelope" A Powerful Dramatic Portrayal COMING -:- COMING Next Monday MISS LOUISE ELLIOTTE, '!In Her Brother's, Clothes" COMING -:- COMING Next Monday "The Massaere" WATCH FOR FULL ANNOUNCEMEN-T become very popular,' and Is looked for with Interiest by the many patrons: Two other strong 'reels will be shown, which are sure to please. The music furnished throughout the evening by the popular Bijou five-pi'tce orchestra, adds much to the . At.the Mol-ris At 7.30 tonight, the Pantage'a vaudeville make their initial bow to the Lethbrldge public, and "judging by the advance sale of seats tor the opening performance, there is every likelihood of a packed' house at'each performance.. The company,' which has just left Moose, Jaw, have been playing to a packed house each night, and judging by the press" reports from that city, their, performances have been highly successful and pleasing. Foremost, among the company are �the fanious Five Columbians, and these people have always proved, a great attraction wherever they have appeared. "Wolf and Zadella are billed as being the-pastmasters of fun, and their turn is sure to cure even the most grouchy. Brooks and Lacrello have a turn which necessitates bofli skill and daring, and their performance is spoken very highly of. Bert Melborne, who has travelled the whole of the two continents, will prove td be the real funmaker of the whole evening, and if you don't feel inclined to laugh, don't see this man. The concluding act of the performance will be the five Patterson Sisters, whose daring work In their'aerial per-fortnance, will surely amaze all. The 50 and 75 cent seats can be reserved any. time after 10 o'clock each day. Phone 1165. Book your seats early and so help swell the house, and make the enterprise of Manager Morris In securing this attraction -well worth while.' , �  �  � � Coming to Starland . -Real male-Impersonators are as rare as radium, in fact there, are very -few in vaudeville, among them being Miss Louise Elllotte, who ranks with Vesta Tlll-ey in character delineations of the sterner sex. Miss EUlotte's emper-sonatlons of the young'man of the 20th century ar-e so natural that she keeps her audience In doubt until the. Vitry last minute, when she cleverly uncoils a mass of beautiful hair and disappears from the view of the audience �with one of 'the most, girlish smiles imaginable. Miss EUlotte's act is a welcome rejuvc'aator to the blase vaudeville patron who has feasted his eyes On comediennes In hobble gowns until they have become dim, but has seldom seen a clever, girl do bright, snappy songg "in her brother's clothes. MissLoulse Elliotte will commence a limited engagement here at Star-land on Monday next, and should prove immensely popular with.all looal theatregoers. �;: : . On the same day, the tremendous feature,. "The Massacre,'' 'will be shown at'Starland for the first time. The People's Favorite at'the Bijou An exceptionally strong fou'.'-reel....... show will - be seen at this popular i that inasmuch as he has not beeh^ photo-pay house today; and Tuesday, made president, ol the ^republic, St ;iii| The feature is,-"Flirt of Heroine," is necessary to appoint a pfovlslohil' featuring the.people's favorites, Maur- president, Fidencis. Ilii;nariaez, a na- | ice Gostello and the dainty little act-, tlve ol Oaxaca, who hijs had a dis-'! resp.Florence Turner. , !tinguished army caieer, 'fihpyld bo. , Pathe'e, Weekly, showing the world nominated. In no, casoV sdy 'thei'lnrf happenings day by day, will also be jians, will they recognwe � Oenoral Ehcwn. This reel, which is shown Huerta as provisional president. , -here, every Monday and Tuesday, has Th6''^distii'rbahpes which'Have,broV' _en out in the State oE 'Verji Cruz ate-' 'supposed to-indicate that tlie "support ,,tho^.':iiew.,;'-,adjnin|8tt|f^^^ g!aiiie!ii;:.fit.'^Kaii;;-^ Bijou Theatre TODAY AND TUESDAY r 4-REELS-4 Flirt or Heroine Featuring Maurice Costello and Florence Turner, the Peo-' �* pies' Favorites Pathe's Weekly Showing the Day Happening*, Day by Day Also showing two Other Good Pictures Which are Sure to Please COMING Wednesday and Thursday POWER OF SILENCE I In Two Reels popularity of this theatre. The'mar agement wish to announce the cominu 1 of the great two reel feature, ''Power of Silence" tor Wednesday and-Tliuri--day, February 26 and -27i Watch the lobby display. Bijou theatre prices. 10 and 15 cents, boxes- 25 cents:- Mat^ Inee. Saturday only, children 6 cents,-' adults 15 Oents. ; � - ' * -  ,  ; '� ;;.-:""' '"The' Gin Froni, Toklo", = The "curtain goes up on,' Frlda-evening at the Majestic Theatre on the banner attraction of :tho season. "The Girl from Toklo," istorbe with us that evening, ana ; the. fcnrioslty of theatre goers as to-the nature- of the show about which; the papersbave been talking so much- lately will be gratified. It is said to,be, one of,,the funniest, laugh provoking ..farcical comedies ever written,;and'the largei company of artists.- selected; espec-j ially for 'their adaptability to play ;a; particular role, take advantage' of i&v-, ery opportunitycontained.in the dla-'; logue to hold the attention; of ' th i ] FOR SAIJE On Sixth Street South, ^ ne'a'ij'^ car barnsj one two-storey,house,'.'J''! eight rooms; bright and; up $3)50ai^^ Cash Payment .">'* C. C. Pagnuelo Co; ' PHONE 543 - ' ' m Old folks who need Somoaiing of-the kVndi'flnd. I most'erfec^,wittiodt:any' riltecomfort'. Francisco ,M^(J'8fi:b*, stopped a. tvavfl .Vw which he �wa^',J)eUeyefi,;.to T3,e f0^i, fjfom Jfche fedeijal''capital>t9' tlio-cdSsf with the object" of'resbulDg^hifc ,d4-poaed president' ,'.;*>,, ' ,i The news reached ,Q�'',neral Bo^ort 1 Vejasco $he;City o^t^~' -"-'^�--"' whom ItMvag'rfeporteS *" had been successjul Ho", th'eteuppf^ loaded,a number o� ti:ja(np.-W'i1ih''trJ39Ji(_s and ^rushed^.thein to"oma^a''to (jgU't. under 'the' banner ol the fdllen^'preMp, d^t- 'Iv'' ' 7 - - p 'f ir?,*! Buy Now!; six Lots 17th St. Just off Seventh A\e. South,. $425.00 Ec^ch EASY TERMS "Will,-sell 'fwo pF' more at this price.' The Laii^ Co ;she.rlock%n||| 3956 95 ;