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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, FcI�ruiuT 28,1913 THE LETHBKfBGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 NUNERS AND UNION MEN E8PEC1AU-Y; THEATRE-GOERS (N GENERAL, ALL COME OUT TO, TO.DAY TO-MORROW AND HBE "THE HUMAN VULTURE" A SENSATIONAL DRAMA of MINING LIFE, Showing the Perils and Dangers in the Depths below. See the never ending struggle between CAPITAL AND LABOR. The AWFUL FLOOD in the mines- the. EXPLOSIONS and the host of Incidents which m&ke up this GREAT TWO REEL FEATURE. ALSO TODAY "THE BATTLE OF WHO-RUN" A $10,000 Comedy. Also Today "GAUMONT WEEKLY'?-The Animated N,ewapaper, Also Today MISS AMY LAWRANCEANO Starland Concert Orchestra Coming Next Monday, '^THE MASSACRE." Bijou Theatre Best Program In the City TODAY and TOMORROW Banner Program: "THE DELAYED LETTER" � II r III! 'ii' [Ill' ?-A FUGITIVE FROM -lUSTICE" Two Strong Dramatic Produc- ;,,..... .., . ; tlons.,. ... BRiqGET'S'SUDD.EN WEALTH '. AND "STRONG ARMED NELLIE" a^wo Suayp.y Comcidies Queer Races and Places in New York, and The.Y. M. C. A. Playgrcund at Lynchburg, Va. Matinee Saturday 2 Chlldrert 5c. p.m. Evening Prices: 15c and 10c. Music Unexcelled MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday & Saturday, Feb. 28 Mar. 1 SATURDAY MATINEE First Time in Canada.- Tho Lmighlng event of the 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 Tanpehiil, Jr., and George Wj Barnum A RollickiiiB, Roystering Fun Maker, Screamingly Funny-Abso-lutoly Clean, Presentecl bv a capable coruijany of Compet-- eut Sfetrol)olltan � Players. PRICES: ... v.. .........$1.50, $1.00. 75c. and 50 cents. SeatB on Sale Kenny & AUln's Driw Ai, Eiook Stove. arch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-The Word of Honor-r Eclair drama. 2.-The Leg and the Legacy-Splendid comedy. 3,-Ole the Hypnotist-comedy, 4.-The Call of the Desert - Western drama full.of thrills 10 cents and 15 cents Coming "The Man they Scorned" A groat two reel military featiii'p " TONIGHT'S PROGRAM i A Kentucky Feud A Stivrlng Drama of the South Father A Splendid Story of Paternal Love Her Dressmaker's . Bills ' A Comedy Patsy's Mistake A Regular Hummer-Prices: lOo and 15 cents. GUESS AT CABINET MAN "Washiugton, Feb. 27.-The latest news in-i'tegard to.the cabinet is that President-elect 'Wilson has selected Jame'i 0. McReynolds, formerly of Tennessee, and now of New Ycrk City; �\for attorney-genera!. H� was the special -attorney TvhO' conducted the senate prosecution against the to-bJlcco trust and who recently has conducted the cases against the anthracite trust. , Ports/ Sherries and Clarets FOR THE INVALID, THE TABLE, AND THE . CONNOISSEUR. WE HAVE ALL THE BEST KNOWN BRANDS. PHONE 1734, FOR'PROMPT ATTENTION The Lethbridge Wine and Spirit House PHONE 1734- � BEGIN BLOCK, 5th ST., S. Sir Lorimci' Gouln,. premier 6� Quebec, was banciuetted in Paris by tha .Fraiico-Amerloan �committee, Incorpor-atea wltli "the objep't of BtrengtHenlng relations pf all kinds betvfeen America apd iiiance. At'bhrJst Churcb Cathedral, Hamilton,' Bishop Clarte. ordained Revs. William .Buvt, George,, Tlbbs and, Ar-tbuv H. ^owitt- into.' the ADgllcan priesthood. | � i � ^ MAKES HAIE GIKOW .The Fraud Hedley. Drug Co. has an Invlgovator. that will grow hau': or money baclt. . ' 'Tlie time, to take ciU'e o� your; hair la when you Ivave. hair Uo take care of. ' � If your hnir Is getting thin, gradually falling out, it cannot be long be-'fore tho BPOl appeai'a. The groateat .'remedy to stop the lialr from Jailing is SALVIA, the; Groat AiMorican li^ir, Grower, H'-st (llscovered -In England. gALyjA tur-nishe-s ndurishmoht^to tUe hair roots and aots so auickly tlja,t people are "iinuazofl, And romember. It, destrpysTthe Dandruff germ, the Uttle pest that sapa the life that should go to - the' iiali* from the roots. ' ^ ', SALVIA ia'aold by the >i;ank .Hpd-'i �,ley; Coiiu^dea'. a^pbaltlv ' teo to ouro.Da'udrufis... fl'jtop o^t^ Scene from the great faroe':Comedy at the Majestic Theatre tonight and Skturday Night. At StaHand The biff feature on Starland's week end program, which will be given.its first showing today, will be a sensational melodrama of mining life, 'entitled "The Human Vulture," a story dealing with the never ending struggle between capital and labor. This feature should make a strong appeal to the many citizens engaged in the mining industry, and ilie hundreds oE union men In the city, for it is almost an absolute truism ot a great phase of the cause of the workintj man. In any case It will bo a worthy attraction for all classes, on account ot its many stirring scenes, and its tremendous dramatic worth. On the same program will he shown the most unusual comady eve-r at-temptied, "The Battle of Who Run." The title of this laugh maker is in itself the esseiice ot humor, but the film'itself is really the funniest absurdity ever seen, for it is a burlesciue on some of.the present big military spectacles seen here recently. In it the .general's orders are given to the enemy, the soldiers go on strike, and in fact everything conc'eivable is done to make it the funniest him ever produced'. It is aptly dubbed "A $10,000 Comedy," a name of wliich it is fully worthy. Numerous other great features will complete the bill. On Monday next tbp onormous feature "The Massacre," will be shown at Starland. � � *   At the Bijou The week .end program al this house of amusement excels in versatility anything ever before projected, including drama, com.edy, education and scenic subjects, Ihe dramatic portion of tlie program Is well taken care of. Two absorbing p'roductions, "The. Delayed Letter" and "A Fugitive from Justice," being guaranteed to satisfy the most fastidious. The two comedies, "Bndfiet's Sudden Wealth" and "Strong Armed Nellie" arc full of rich humoi- and create healthy �lausht'sr: during the telling. Perhaps one of the most interesting subjects and one which wiHijlnterest the "Y"- boys here is the oiSliiilng of the new Y. M. .C- A. playground at Lynchburg, W.A, All those interested in Y. M'. C. A. development after seeing these-capital'-view.s; will envy very much the YiM.C.A, boys down south, but of course Lethbridge will go one better some day undoubtedly. Another interesting subject is the showing; of the fopeign ciuarters of New York and gIves3'o'ne an excellent Idea of the cosmoiboytan population of this great city.,:^i^!t'-he-mode of retailing wares and: obtaining a livelihood jn many instances Is unique and shows the persistency of the foreign element, to keep ^the/wolf from the door. The perfqrnxance has an added piquancy by the excefll^nf music furnished by the orchestra under the capable leadership of -E. M. Frlesz, and,a visit to this model playhouse will result In your regular patronage. At the matinee Saturday the boy or girl having the lucky coupon will receive a dollar bill and It Is particularly Interesting to match the expectant looks on the faces of the children as the numbers are called.' Mat-ineeg Saturday only, children 5c; adults 15c; evening 15c and 10c; boxes 25c. � �'i , At the Morris :"A brfiwley crood," wa^vthe e.vpres-slon heard on all sides as on - - Mr, Nichols will- be 'president. an'd managing v director of; the company, which is capitalized tor ,?500,000,Bren- ton 'McMabb, for fifteen years editor of the Montreal Star, who Is credltea-, with having organized the enterprise,', will serve In a like capacity on.tfab'. new paper and will assume'the'ylce'^^j presidency of the company ;p.u)�liay lag it. ^ ' ' "1 .XU^'i&m Rumor has connected th�name.i!'ot..- ti Lord Nerthcliffe, owner^of the,tion-.' don Times and London Dally, Mall VlUif/i'"* the enterprise but this la denied;^ by^j responsible > parties.. It Is further stated" that' the J: J'I mi- known in the.east where he i;ece.iii:^'4 his journalistic training ..flrst^ as.ipar-t'i,^ Hamentaryi oorrespondgnt.fofAthe-'Tp- , j ronto Telegram and later as, mandgi Ing editor of the Toronto v^Wofl^l Seven years ago he resigned t,fcefmani aging editorship of the XWorld,,*" identify himself with the WJunli Telegram and his work iu' Wlnnt* has won general recognition aiufi eastern journalists. � ~- ^ FOUR HINDUS, KILLED Vancouver, B.C., Feb 37.-Four| Hindus -Were killed at Port ^M^po'dyj this morning by a C. P. R, treisht'^'OP.V glne switching a lumber car,, ' f^y'j!-?' On Sixth. Street^,So^iftli,-'neai'.',-J car barns, one-two-st9i;ey''lJQ'u,seM' eight rooms,- , fully iKmodeikV^ brlgl;it and jUpUo ,d9.te, ^'^ '-.j Fiy $3,600-Small ' Casit iPaymtnil\ , .WIH; Handle r-^fii^MW}. -For particular apply i.torH� C. e P^^n^iseloif d PHONE 543- 1 V ---^ 33 ;