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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, ^Febmary 25, lOIo THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 PANTAGE'S VAUDEVILLE SBii^Acls TO-NIGHT Bi^ActsS The FJlve Columbians SINGE.^S AND DANCERS (N A BfG COMEDVjACT Bert (Gone) MelV>ome A COMEDIAN With A COIMEDY 5 I'atterson SJsiei's.' SENSATIONAL AERIAIi^iaXS Bi'ooks & Locrelld NOVfeLTY AdROATS;'"' One Reel of Animated Pictures V  PRICES: 36c, 50o, and 75c. Box Office Op'sn-10 a.m. First Curtain-7:30 p.m. V march Theatre TONfQHT Pilgrims Progress In Four BeaudCul Redils. In the Land of the I;^ions Anlnial Feature in , Two ^enaatlonal Aeels. 10 .'o�nts -and-i- 16 cents , V THURSDAY flranti Drawing for $.10.00 wortli of draham Bread Tickets MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDEDO) LONDOM'Si POPULAriON IS � FALLING off London, Fe-j?. 34.-Plgu'reB preeentod to the' London, County c'^ouncll show' t.bat London, ' a'hich ha b gvomi in; nutnhers y�arly\ for oct? thousand years, now is losing popula Uon. ' li'rom 1010 to 1911, there was a U>ss of 118,-000, while in the twenty y^sars there has bepn'aloss of 800,000- : There are otlier tigrures �and wc are com'pelled,to'31014 j it over In Winnipeg tor: th^.ibalanc^ I of the "week, ,so great h|s'{)e�uUie ' popular (lemand for a rep^iafc showing of it. ' � vAsa last word we would emphasize the fact that. "The : Massaer.ef ,Is as. good. If niot. better,, iihan.'anything you could po.ssibly hoik'during'iO,13. "i'oura truly, Starland Limited. Bijou Theatre TONIGHT Tlie Grandfather A Simple Story, Pretty Told Flirt or Heroine A Ftouaing IVIIIltary Story The Live Wire A Really Sensible Humorus Story Pathe's Weekly The World in IVIotion GOIVIING POWER OF SILENCE Coming Wednesday and Thursday, the Best yet... Two Reels- Don't Miss It Prices iSc and 10c; -Matinees Saturday Only- Cliildren 5 cents At the Morris This popular play house was crowded at both performances last night when the Pantages Vaudeville Co. made their first appearance befom the theatre going folk of this city. To say that they were appreciated would be putting it mildly, for .lutlging by the hearty rounds of applause which g!-seted each of the live big act.s they won the hearts of their audiences, ensuring lor  themselves a warm wel-, come on their next appearance in Lethbridge.- The Five Columbians, singers and dancers, one of the big features ot the evening, drew a large share of applause in their clever act. Wolf and Zadella were the fun makers of the evening and brought forth roars of laughter at every turn. Bert Melborne was another fun maker who helped to liven up the evening's en; tertaiument with his jokes and songs. Brooks and Locrello, novelty acrobats, showed their skill and daring to perfection and their act deserves much credit. The Five Patterson Sisters, sensav tional aerialists, was the second big feature of the evening. Their pert formance.was one worthy of praise and brought forth hearty applause,  Manager Morris is to be congratulated upon his success in securing such a talented company, not one/bf the Ave acts presented a 'dull moment during the entire  evening, everyartt Ist being recalled several-times. �, [ The management beg to .announce that owing to: a mistake in the booking,, tonight's performance will be .the last appearanceiof this,company, and -not Wednesday- as previously a�lverr.; tised., Next Monday and Tuesday will see an entirely new bill. . There will he two iperfo-rmances to-nightt'the first; cm-taln raising, at 7.30. The 50- and '75c seats can hefieoured any time after ten a.m. Phone 1155. Book your seats - early for tKere*. la sure to be a big demand for them, .te mMMMmmmmmmmmmtmsmmmm. TODAY f'The: .Sealed Envelope: Drama. "Some Fools There Were": Coniedj^ "Careful Nursing."- COMEDY, "Pygmalion and Gal- -ifpn" ART(STiC PORTRAYAL Miss Amy LaAvrance, IN SONGS. ' STARLAND CONCERT � ' ORCHESTRA -COMING NEXT MONDAY- "The Massacre" SEE IT. MAJESTIC THEATRE � , -..1. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28 Mar, 1 '^""a^mE^^^ First time in Canada. Ttie laugklng event of ttie year, Frank A. Miller Presents the Mirth-Provoking German Farce, THE GIRL FROM TOKIO' One year at the Court Theatre, Berlin, Germany. English version by , Frank Tanuehill, jr., and George W. Bariiiuii. A Eollicking-, Eoy.stering Fun Maker, Screamingly Funny-r~A"bsot-iit(3ly Clean, Presented by a capalj.le Coinimnyof Competent Metropolitan Players. � - ; �  t : � ; Prices $1.50, $], 75c and 50c. Seats on sale Kenny & Allin's.Drng & Book Store ' "Pilgrim's Progress" at the Monarch Theatre Tonight Only Tlie management have great pleasure in presenting to their patrons to-nlgth a double feature programme: "Pilgrim's Progress." in four beautiful reels, and the great animal senEation, "In the Land'of tlie Lions." Both of the above subjecis are guaranteed to be the very best in their particular line, and certainly a rare treat is assured the lovers: ot the motion picture. In keeping with the constant advance in the standard maintained by this popular theatre, the management have installed a new interior lighting system, which adds greatly to the appearance of the building. On Thursday nisht another drawing will be.held, the lucky party winning] $10.00,worth o-f Quaker Bi-^ad tickets. I The two-reel feature ".FJazel Kuhe" will be presented in connection with this event. A full house is practically assured, so all should come early to secure a seat. The price of admission will bo_'as usual in connection witli the above, 10 cents and ID cents, , "��� * � "The Girl From Toklo" "The GItI from Tokio," which comes to the Majestic on Friday evening, is from the ^ pen of the famous German author Robert Pohl, who has given to the German stage u surprisingly larger nunibai^jof successful farces, and through adap.tIon, a uumher which have proven, successful I on the Amerl 'can stage" also. The story � unravels itself in the'ifirst act, and the situations and complications follow with surprising, rapidity. Its-run ot 215 nights . at the.-.fashionable Court Theatre, Berlin, Gerinapy,,-,.was attended with scenes of J. nightly enthusiasm, ind the play Became tile farcical fuvr ore of the German'capital. OFFICE HOLDERS AREGliEA immmmmmw^L. TUDHOPE ''4^6" $ pMsenger, �iectnc'Lightmsr/$l,625 f^p.!). OrilUa What men want TMs C^^r has OU want cpowei*yoy want a reliable macliine~you ^^ant distinction in design and finish-you want ease of control-you want the comfort of a/generously proportioned cat*. , Here you have them. Specifications do not tell the whole story. You must see this car-ride in it-feel .th;^;, 'quick response oi power-to aj^preciate the value we build into it in the Tudhope Factory. Building from the raw materials in Canada saves a 35/^ duty charge. That is why ' , the Tudhope gives you what you want in a carfor $1,625� fextra; deep; toftnijap > cushions. Postmaster and Other Federal ' Officers Chief Figures at Party Meeting Magrath, Feb. 24.-;rThe Conserva-; tives of Magrath at a ,w^h atlBadccl meeting on Saturdays-evening, held .in the town hall, recogniaedf and discuss-', ed .plans for an'electloniBhould anjap-f pear to tile countryvbe-;made in. the spring, lit was alsoi-deolded to pull; the Tory oonventlori,'which. WiUUIko-ly be held neSt week, to Magrath," and the � meeting unanimouslys pledged themselves to suppoil't a'"Magrath''mHn for the candidate in the" next election. '  There was, a long" speech list carried out; John Bridge, the: president;-c'alling on all presents to address' the, gathering. :� It was a:-g^uine revival testimony meeting, ^ and the govei'n-ment and everylhing ;savoring-^with-rLIberalismwas dissected and Interred.; They even hadiB. MIohe'ner premier, !aad .Dr. Stewart minister; of public works. . -"I have fought  th^ igovern-menl for the last.-.^en years," said Fred Karren, "but after the next campaign I will be privileged to sit under my own vine and tig .'tree in peace and enjoy the blessing, of Conservative rule, both.iin' the, Doininlon.and ProvT ince,'."/ ' 1; . , . \ r ; ' Jjia,^ Fafiren, of Bradehaw, Siding, .wa^th^re,also, and l^idllatlng/oh.the: prospects in thal'Mmijortant [centre, paid, -ttfat BradshaWj,'would' do^ as - it hadI'ftlV/ayj^'"don'6-^^Ive'^a ToryXvote solld.j^.^He omitted''to" say, l^owever, that'he'Vas' the'onl^" voter in Brad-: shaw, BO Premier Siltdn will breathe; eaiSl^ -ylth this'i'Gln,:the;Tr6u8e.'i ' ' ,!'g[podS5fo^y;l;sini}^,fthen,. Gloves and Corsets Cleaned Free! WE ARE CLEANING FREE one pair . of kid gloves or corsets with every set of white furs or evening gown UNTIL MARCH lOtk : Wc also l3cg to announce that we have installed a carpet and rug'"':| cleaning machine in connection with our Dry Cleaning plant. ..F^or,:^,* your early Spring Cleaning- avo are always ready to extend our best service. By phoning us our rig will call and we will Dry Clean and ,c return on shortest possible notice. . ^ '" Phone 474 ;i Prices Moderate. Thanking you for all past orders^. The Crown Cleaning J siderable debate, but at. length thepo-Bitions were all^ filled.-, and the stamp of approval given Premier Borden and I/eader Miohener came In for a most distinguished , recognition,, .and., they, were, made honorary presidents.Mr, Magrath was a ruling favorite," and the i Inevitable ,"Doc" Stewart wasi. not !forgotten. They were comfortably installed as honorary vice-presidents^, , : After these ^wo patriotic sallies; the real officers were voted in,'as follows: President, John Bridge;, viceprosldent, E. Bonnlon; secretary-treasurer, 'T/K: Roberts; e.vecutlve- committee; R.-W. Bradshaw, Wm. Wilson, Charles Kar-ren, J, A. Rasraussen, and Amos Peterson.- After the Conservative quartette, had, rendered two selections, the meeting adjourned, with the-National Anthem. SOME BIG CHANGES tivteth* day. In October, as .:orlglhalIy; planned,; The Princess Is agoing through 'a course Three times to the Kalper's household, pquring put' her-father's- ;doffee- rand.yOUttln'gf'aiidf buttering ^brea'd ,for'hlm^befdre^ he* starts on hl4,morning ride at an^^h^'ur-i when people of the house are. mostly5 asleep.;-;BeBid?s"studying;:oookl9JEr;?ilie,'| is learning to keep, househpld^'ao-; counts. 'When she was In "the"'school room she bad a collection of dolls for "which she had as, much,',cfireMa,?tiio,ygh'"> th6y wei^ refllly children. Interest in the matter of'dreaa al-' ff-ays has- been Impxessed' upon her,-iand though her allowanoo'i'hasi^heen^" increased In recent years s^e 'stlij,,ls''; required to pfiy close'dttentibn'to the,' cost'of lieT: gowns. ; Socialists In the Relchst'a'g'.say.'tie' Kaiser spends too much on.-th'e yaohl!^ HolienzoUern, and qucBtloned'^^^'liis'^ ablUtyasva sailor.-: :;The-,;gd-7ernp^|nt; not;oonalde'red;;luxurio}iid|c>' X for the present'"pilrpos.^'' and'1b ';enough; , Herr'LederboUr, Soclallati ^ that naval approprlai^on'^,'tu oonBlderatlon only warshlpsli, -pl6as.nre yaohts". "K the'^::'Ki quires an 'offlclaJ veasel,'.'- saiL hour, "every battleship' has'^Jsuij:^ �Tocms for that purpose. \HUhklS^ 'wants a private Bhlp''l�triiln4pj .it'hlmself.!' -.5'"r'f'*''#mt . Another Socialist mem'ber sald,,t Kaiser was utterly! unfltj^to copimB" any naval manoeuvring, i nevert^S"^ had any experience, and thatli. 'merely an- amateur Ballor.TJ.'S' '--.-fV Alfred!;; Thompson,' Gait (Canadian: m ( On- Sixth,:',eet car \barn$,f bne/t'WO,-Bfc eight, . roopis,-" fully i, . . bright .and,up;toi;4^te;?�; $3,500-Small ..;CG^'ifi^,||pay , vV - , Wlir^Handl* � - ; '-1^ t*t>rt' �*'i*�,T-i, -; P�'"-�4*FWI!,^y^ ' C 12 ^Pi&^SW* Six Lots 17thvSt(, Justtoff" Seventh Avc'Southi" ' ,-'; f' l!iL'a!i_ij-.'ii�! 43 5 ;