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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WecRncsclay, Febi'iuii'y 26 THE LETHBRI0GE J>AILY HERALB Morris Theatre Tomorrow Night will Appear th0 Caledonian Entertkinei A Popular Attraction at Popular Prices Firsf, Curtain at 8 p.m. Morris Theatre TONIGHT Hazel Kirk Big Two-Reel drama played by the Majestic Co. The Call of the Desert A Stirring Western Drama A Leg and a Legacy A Punny Oomedy USUAL PRICE*-10c and 15c. TOMORROW NIGHT THE 6ALEDONIAN ENTER-TAINERSAT POPULAR PRICES ROMHilD WEDS N ANWFIIL! FAIR BRIDE WAS SHOWEf=JED WITH GIFTS OF' ALMOST PRICELESS VALU^ Loadon, Feb. 26.-A woilding, which, united one of the wealthiest and one PSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIOKLIO) ' , At the BIJou The,ftudlence last evenlns tborough-ly enjoyed the presentation, the program prefrenteil being one oE aterllng merit, ever^ asibject calling for com-mendaHoD,. TVie Hijoii Is cei-talnly d^i'Bervlng ot the patronage ot all photoplay fans, as the standard of excellence displayed In Uig selection ot! plctwea projetted is flattering to a degree. For today and Thursday the program is probably the best ev�r shown here, including a two reel subject entitled, "The Power ot Silence." The story is uniquo in its telling, dealing with the lite of an adopted child, who Is left in the caro of a hired man by the dying foster father. How he I'ulflls the promise given to slileld the child i.^ vividly portrayed, and as scene after scene unfolds llselt the Interest is so aroused and the better feelings of human nature so brought into prominence that tli-e final struggle between the arch-vlllian and the "Did You Think of Me WRIG LEV'S "Yes-Here's Some oi the olcfcsi; JewMii lamilies-in Eli-1 child's henetactor, resulting in the rope attracted a g;reat crdwd  to the (lentral Synagogue yasterdaY. The Hon. Ja.s. Rothschild, son of Baron Maurice De Tlothschild and heir to a large part of the family's fortunes, married Dorothy. , Pinto, -the- only daiughter of Kugenc Pmto,- oitv'finaa-cier-of moderate, wealth, whosfe'i ancestry dates far .batk to the learned and cultured Israelites d,t' Spaid' and Portugal. ' When the very pretty  bride, who is 18, arrived in "^an automobile at the SyuagoRue the crowd' brolto through death of the former, calls forth the spirit ol* Justice in all who witness it. The film is an object lesson and should be seen by everyone. The music now furnished nt this house is undoubtedly the best in the province, and Manager Uhl is to be congratulated on the success attending his efforts to give his patrons ot the b'cst, � * �� * Monarch Theatre Those who braved the coM last night to see "Pilgrim's Progress" were certainly amply repaid. Seldom has it GLICAN MOiS GO TO CATHOLIC diURCH >RDER OF ENGLISH : BENEDICTINES WILL SEIEK ADMISSION TO CHURCH OF ROME London, I''eb 36 - S. remarkable �wholesale conversion, to the Church of Rome i.s th.jii ot a body oC .\u-glicaa Monks who in 18.'I5 founded what )S called tlw F^nslisli Uenedio-tino monastry, -atwl in. iOOl took up their quarters on.' an. islaiul off tl'ie coast of .PerabrojioBlMre. ti'or afyear past the coinmurii'ty has beeii jii coi'-cspondenca ^yith the Bishoii.''o{. Can--eibuiA .i^iul.the Bishop ot/Oxford rei ^aiding Jc(*i:afi( gdrts', onzwJilgiB: . its members were unable* t6 come to an agreement with tliosp, prelates. At ast, the convniumty .ha.s decided to eek ndmi.s's)ojj to the Roman Catho-'^tcclmroh ami that' church's Benedic-ine order the police and women and men rush-' been the pleasure of the management ed toward the auto, upsetting the photographers who. wore in theJront ranic, and.falling over thewj. The smiling bride could not alight until the police straightened Out the tah-gled mass. . Among the bride's priceless gifts were two diamond tiaras, many long ropes of.pearis, pearl and dipsnond corsage sprays, and. an emeraldand diamond necklace IrBfti Daron and Baroness HdmondDe Rothschild. / Edward F.. Seagram of Walerloo' may: he chosen as president of the 'NorthiWat^rloo GDnservatiVe''a8Sbeia-tion in succession tp, niohard Reid, v^ho is moving to Ixmdon, ESig.- Monarch Theatre TONIGHT � ' "Early Paj^s in the West"-A. stupendous' two-reel BiaDti.ldl -featui'o of frontier life. T.Vb other' featuresMn addition,'itl-- eluding a comedy.  �  Thursday Special, Quaker Bread ; ticket drawing- and'the'two-; reel feature, "Hazel Kirke"' to present such a stupendous feature. Tonight an equally stronf? bill will be offered. "Ewly Days in the West," by the Bison 101 Co., being the star attraction on this occasion. Little' need be said regarding the merits of this photo-play, the Bison 101 Co. are famous as producers of wesle'rn military dramas of the highest order. The p.bovo is well up to the standard maintained by that company. Tomorrow night a- grand drawing will' he held, the-holder of the lucky coupon winning ten dollars' worth of Quaker bread liukels. Coupled with the above; the splendid, two-reel. Majestic feature "Hazel ICirke" will .be shown, as well as two or three feature tllms to-be dr.nounced later. * *  Remacl'able Features at Starland A series of excellent attraction^ are booked for. Sta?laiid for the neat future, all of which will further add to tlie popularity of this favorite photoplay theatre. ' : The leading attraction for today and itomorrow will be a splendid two reel production, "-When ''Ivife 'Fades," one of the,, beet spectacular."Teatures Of the year. Lovers of good pictures which hold one spell .bound from start to finish should not fail to see this picture. It' i^ill'prove to be worthy of top place on today's excellent program at Starland: Several other good SPEARMINT.. and BIJOU THEATRE Thurs-day /A'Lubin ^masterpiece in two reels "The Power of Siletice " I ^-'^''' ^I|f|fw/YORK HAT '; '/ '"� "comedy drama 'PftlcpS:' 10c, IBc; BOXES, 29c. Matinees Sat urday_ ohly^''Children 5 cents; Adults lRING -^'MAGNIFICENT PHENOMENAL, DON'To.MISS IT. > pictures will also be included on the bill. iThs biggest feature of all will be the. sterling PKqfluction-of "The M^s-saore," -whloh-eomes to Starland -ne-xt Monday and-Tuesday. This-ls the attraction lhat;. has heen boosted for some time past,, and will doubtless be greeted^ by record attendance on the occasion of its .presentation^here. �  Owingvto the unprecedented success of Miss'';iiOuise'Blliotte at the Star-land theatre, in Brandoiii' Ml^s El-liotte's'"engagement here has been postponed until Monday, March 10. '* � * "The GIH From Toklo" Depression, dyspepsia, gloom and I kindred troubles of the tirediand over-; worked arp quickly dispelled'v.by "The Girl from TOklo," who.appears- at the K Majestic,for two nights oornmencing : Ij'rlflay 'evening.. It you; enjoy laughter, and spontaneous, "The Girl -from .Tokio" will supply tbe:ino'entlve^ In adult doses. Don't take drugs if you are blue and disappointed; take laugh-ter:?in'big doses. See "The'Girl;from-"Tokio" at the Majestic Theatre. The seatisale is now open at Kenny and' Alltn'sidrug and book store. At the Morris ^ Th,is theatre was cTowted to capacity ali .both 'performanc'eB - last night, of the Pantage Vaudeville Go. The'Five Columbians,'singers and; dancers,, again delighted their audience with,their clever acting, 'Winning' much applause for their efforts.- '' r Wolf and ZadelU, with their big Legacy," Is a funny, comedy, and "The Call of the Desert,;', .stirring Western drama. i . DID TOve and snipkD,over .again--^^ '"�^-^'iMiSLf ^co-inplel^ - opium ^snMingj^irtfltlvftf^ j ^^^^e^der y :mp/sulTer|ngi;frOiii-^^ jWW; with acconipanjring'cOufefe.:;;^hS^ ^charge ^as reM.tofhirii,.;aia?t^^ THEIR MSI Peoria, His., minerSj ,lnr Chinamen' at Coleman Taught Lesson on Foolishness of Opium Smoking an interpreter, heplead.d. by advice- ot rt,v ' '^-'^^^M^&A .liis.attorney,;ot^aty. mfS^td^S^^'^f^mm to smoking opium, but istitedthatl he l^^nld entire unapimlty--'"---'-'^^^ was using the drug for medical fiur--*?* giving,thejstrlklng. poses only. ;'. , � v ^-^.N'; -^Ylrglnla tiievimin^iise T- Robert Ross -was .placed" bn neeeSsair. fpr..the.succes8fuirculliilne, ' Coleman', Alta., Feb. 25.-Constable . --------. -^- . - Grant, assisted by Corporal, F. J.I The next-victim -was. Mai'-,Weo, the j of a new cablnbt under Couatl-,...^, Mead, of Rellevue, of the R N.W.M.P. man who was caught smoking, when '.mamoto. Vrlnce Katsura'a opp6slObn]*> force,,raided^tho Chinese store o-^vn- the police raided the place, acknowl-.'^ pj^^^t,Is,supported>by;,the�'ma^^^ ed and operated by the Goey broth- edged that he was hittrug the',pipe, i ^jj^ chamber of;deputI*^, ^'Tho,,, - .^-i. ----, but stated that he was..only taking-j^^j caused'a further'postpdbment*o*^''-' ers, last Saturday night. In rooiiis l^S^ i*'j^f:VS*o?'e jtte ;jv,liPo found a a Uttle smoi:e and wa*, ffiS'h'^iiT' .i!''^"""^' '^'K ?^*- He drew a flhe or?40.,00 nnd � - P'P^ costs, and was advised'by'V i;he In" ^Sedy.act,,bi.ushtfo..rh.mnch-me..!:^?^ inch �"*''?^?.'*dding *he smoto^^^ with , Foo-Gpey,-^p:ai;tner'iu;th ^uch to the, enjoyment of even-, ."f ^'l^^ P^^^^ the joinir, and.dld .not kn'ow that sino'dig op^i RrW'- . '�' ^i^ienouRj' Pai-aphernalia urn was; going on on' the-bremi^M'' hani f �^ in their npveity.acro-.' Monday the smokers were iiailed he- Pipe 'lamp an"d :opium'in the' r'o'oi^' SiuSr' forth.Toais;$'^;^f''fie�or'Belch^^^ sleptr'hiAises ,0r,,:laughtor.. ''^^'^ V''- ' tc^r^ -r-!:- MAJESTIC SATURPAV MATINEE FHday and Saturday, Feb. 28 Mar. 1 j^rst.otime,.Ill' Vianade^.', i^e^.Jaughmgc event oi the yearn Byam A!. Miller Presents.the MUt|hrProv61aiig German Farce,,; > > � ^aKing^ jggj. cauned- a. further, postpohmerit; ^^I'if ,f I tn�-r^adsfcaWlng of'^thaf- ba'Ayxto'd until February 27th, -^^y U .~,p^'; ' had" sent to ' tion by the magistrate^. Frank and retained the services ol ed $50.00 and costs. Attorney tf. Howes Roberts to de- The total arid d^S 'c;onsldera-'''{ He was to; f (laughter. i,:v:;!rhe.;!Fl,Ve Patterson Sisters'.'in.rtheir'. �ensat!onaraerial feature proved';a fit- | AttoTnpry^'trr"Howes"Rob7iW'to' de^ The 'total fines and ,costp, amounted >' ting ending to the evening;s enjoy-j ^ assuring Mr. Roberts that to $123.50, which, was.^rompt.ly .dug^ monts Their perfoimance was one ^j,^ pohce'had nothing on them, hav- "P by the Chmajnen present at thef iwortjiy of the hearty applause th'at they,'received. day a'nd; .Jaet'.'nightl the theatre, wlU always'be. well, .patronized',. ' " ' -�*��>. 1 g^he mauagemeut bag to'.announce fpr/ton)ght 'that, pictures \;,-w,'m; fp^ rshown";.�a9'^usvl4li�^aud/,'on'^;^ n'lgh'f I't^e, Caledonian- lilntef^alners--will hold the boardp. - Manage'r'"M9i;ria ftae receivpd \' report .that 'this JcomJ i.S*i|S>;g-i$A^!,;S'jSp'S-' SS^'110c and ISo, The blji'ftialuie' or the � ,, on' ^SixthJ'Ptreet^'Mtgij'n. oar hams,. on^.rtw.Mtprexlh" ' eight rooms, fu]lyj.|''moi bright'and up' to''daf^; ing found-only an old pipe and at*'^i*'l- , , >. ^' '.u \ broken lamp, - ^ The fancy dress earmyal;held. oh ^h^^J, When Mr. Roberts arrived \t the Coleman skating,rinV.last.niotht dr,-.^; police barracks he was confronted a rather slim crowd The |c^..was-in;;, with an array of three opium" pipes, Perfect condition,, the, weather^ jugt, cold enough ,to raa'^e sl'a.tihg enjiiyt/ able; .^hei'^prisw&j^j^^ �'therinMageroent;,^^^^^ sired. O. E, S. WMt^side^'-dttd IVJlejc-V Asthma Catarr.H WHOOFtHG COOCHS BROKCHtnS- sPjUMQdic croup .COBGHB.; COU� . � 'K Biraple, nte �nit etteotiVs tJnatjaaqi tar brai>; I chUI tMubks, wltbout-ilintna iths.'aionucli wltfC'i Ths nfr caroliw the iuiUi�pUa'vi>i�r, Insplnd.' with Byn!Alt�i lirciitblag hiliif**r> fron-! nerS''. _B( St representTtive cqstume. ladiej ^f,:5||t\^^arao|;B5|" 'Mrrbv'A'in.y nfs WW ;v, c iiuui ,d ih"- p.14 in the citi, i,v Ihc. ni 'IS put up b' M i 'cs I a oiig Oir u> -it lui sii..lar c in t'tr liilj n tU r*bs! 'J �11*5.00 E�<-h EASY TERMS If ill 1 jl wo or n It iM thi ijic li The Dowslcy "Mulhera. Land Co'. ShorlocIrJBlds. 7�� St Pnone 5'.4 _ 55 75 C8? ;