Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1311 Tonight TWO OLD TARS 1000 feet of fun It's a KEYSTONE THE I.E Til BRIDGE DAILY IIEKALD PAGE THREB HEARTS" IN TWO REELS A Great Human Intereit of Strong Heart Appeal Tonight Latest Weekly Showing Great thn World Over Bijou-THE BRIDE FROM THE SEA A Simple yet fasci- nating story of the fisher folk. -Bijou TWO GOOD COMEDIES THAT WE CAN GUARANTEE WATCH OUT FOR "THE MAN IN BLACK" VAUDEVILLE DIRECT FROM THE ORPHEUM CIRCUIT Professor Wait Reese, the Man of Mystery, in his Twentieth Century Spiritualism Malinee Toila-v is Vollr !'HKl sce Prof' Watl ltecse' lhe of M yslery in Ms 20th Professor Reese will (oday his methods and thow you how It is done. Evening Kk-lL -I Reels of the World's liesl Moving Pictures, featuring lhe "liuttlc of Ft. Laramie" a Stupendous i'roducfion. Monday "Why Girls Leave AbwUtely lhe Funniest Farce Comedy Filmed. 25c-10c NEWS OF DISTRICT WHAT THE PRESS AGENTE HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS "Hearti'1 A Big Feature at Siarland a subject written Cary Led, Is a powerful story that IB entertaining and has n Rood, old- fasliioned story lalne. Tlie scenes, be- ginning at the country home uf the tirother anrf sister, and later removed to the Latin of Pads. Tho nt-ting is fo cofui, end the performers aupealbg in their various roles. Stan- ley and llosimary Thelhy flay the leading roles. -This pleasing feature ta one that will appeal to loth young and old. Last Chance to See the Har.dcuff Splendid Programme at the Bijou King at the Empreis Professor Wet I. Itecse, the man of mystery, who has puzzling llje patrons of tlic Empress for the past week -wllli liis pxtraordinary feats uf apparent in disengaging him- scif rroin the many kinds of hand- cuffs, leg Irons, Oregon boots and oth- er things tliat usually fix ordinary mortals in p. very light place, appears again todjy (or Hie last time, On Monday will be presented at ihls Ehtatre lhe greatest comedy ever filmed. "Why Girls BETLAW II Is not often that the management of tlio Bijou have the pleasure of pre senting to their patrons such a well-balanced programme as is offered ioaigbt. "The Bride from the SPI." in two reels, by the Victor Co- rnet Instant approval. The plot is simple, without any thrills or sen- sations in Its action. Without doubt the manner in subject is presented made the photo-play. roilin g ocean, sailor boys and lassies created a fresh atmosphere, end the Ijeaittiful actin? of .Miss Gertrude riob- Icsoii as the bride is iieyond criticism. etlaw, AJU.. Dec. last of our magnificent elevator plants finished, the OKU vie. in charge of Mr. G. G. Elliott, and will commence to take In on January 1. Tho Burns stock U'yer took in a. car load of hogs this week, and it wag the (irst car of stock to pats through our now stockyards. Their buyer will become a permanent resident of Ret- law hereafter. Good progress is being made on our holeJ. Mr. Nolan's new house is enclosed, BO is the section duell- ing. Mrs. Whit son, vlio has been sick for the past u-ee'rf, IP, vre are glad to h rough'to Pinhorn 03 January 7th, 9H. Donald McDougall has Uie con- tact to carry the mall oa the noT route. Robert Dickinson, Oliver Healy and .T. Healy were the guwtt of Mr. and Mrs, F. W. Webster Christmas. Tho 'dance given on Friday even- ing at the school ho-jse by Arthur GH der and Miss Ethel Ramsey "was Tell MARIE LLOYD WEDS ENGLISH JOCKEY Chicago. Dec. Marie Lloyd, Uio FJssiisli music Iiall singer, was secret- ly married to Ben Dillon, an English Jockey, in Chicago, on Dec. 20. Dillon1 ar.d his brirJe we registered .it the Hotel -lerierscii as Montigae l.isle and wife, Chicago. The soverunient authorities several paid while she dismissed the oliier paying a retainer Joe, and he attached her baggage in Chi- cazo the dav flic married, for ago detalr.wl the eiajcr and bin fee which was S700. Dillon at Ellis Island. They wero Merle Lloyd formerly was the wjfo booked fis undesirables. Mfr-s Ijloyd rr --i actor. Alec Hurley, who employed two attorneys. To one died last veet. Your dreams of hearing the music you want when you want it have been realized by the Edison Phonograph When a few friends drop in and conversation lags, you need Edison music. When you are alone you want Edison music. When you desire a particular piece played or sung by a particular artist you can have it, at once, on the Edison. The strong, steady motor of the Edison is always dependable. Thc diamond reproducing point en- hances the wonders yf the thousands of beautiful selections. EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS ARE SOLD IN THIS CI1V BY THE PEOPLE'S DURG CO. PHONE 415 Thirteenth Street North. KENNY ALLIN, Ltd., Drug-Book Store Fifth Sfrett South Alia. The new types of hornless instruments phonographs de luxe and you ought to hear them today at your Edison dealer's. The tone d is constant in quality. report, on the to recovery. is able to be up agala. She attended "by a jolly crowd of music lovers. good-tatu red Good music was furnished anu a. fine supper vraa served and, a good time reported by all. KNAPPEX Kneppen, Dec. weather for the past 10 days has been very fine land the Christinas festivals Smvc not Thp ilethotlist people held seruces !been hampcretl in the .least. Theclos the Opera House Sunday even- ijug cxercisss at the Hunt school or and there was a goo4 attendance, i Tuesday evening well ervlcea will ho held even- Sunday by the parents and others. Tb vening at AH are invited teartcr, 3Ir. J. IV. Vales, had made o come. progress with the school and a Sylvester Shepard has gone to'number ol fine resitations were de Icblgan to visll his mother and eld liveied by the class, after which ar rlends. His mother will return with rangemenU bad bern made witi San ra, and keep house for the boys at- ta Claus to apprar on the scene. her locate right Uere at Retlaw. the nly natural place for alt such good tago._: Mrs. WiUfBtn PoHock, who haa been Rochester, Minn., to consuH with Dr. Mayo abou an U home er the We want to remark that after Ill's Christmas free beaulUjilIy dfforatei ,th burning candles and loaded d'is'putes and prizes was taken possessioi m'lbo location of a terminal cleva- SHERMAN THEATRE A Great New Year Offering TO-NIGHT Nancy Neville A tlNQtNQ Q1RL AND A PIANO Joe Brennan THE IRISH YANKEE Casad Irwin Casad IN A MUSICAL ODDITY "EVERY DAY LIFE ON A RAILROAD" FOUR OF THE WORLD'S BEST PHOTO PLAYS MATINEE, DAILY AT 2.30 p.m................... 15o. ind 10a EVENING at 7 and 9 p.m., Adults 35o; Children 25o. A QUARANTEED ATTRACTION [kinds were given to all the school or or any olher good tiling, factories, IKlr'us V a" lnc ic.. brink IpcateS it; Abridge, Cal- After the children and young themselves for vere over people MAYOR GRAHAM HAS BEEN RE. BOARD OF CONTROL London, Out., Jati. M. Graharu now enters upon bis third .me time I laught. the lyabte lime was tad Publlc ownership, Mayor Graham being a strong advocate wrtl not need an operation. .Thp. wrtl drillers at Mr. Downey's and a most enjoy have struck a rocfc througa all-present. which they could not go, so are com-1 jir. and Sirs. Carl AsVe took the policies of Adam Beck, pellsd to start a new hole. They ,djd Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.-' The Ol tlM D0aul ot not itnd a supply of good water. fiBnice makes 11 BDem tlie of the living, and ne Linland. 51r. en Christinas can't gol o'ong Humphrsy. Allied Uilliorn fool; itrol, returned at tr.e polls in the or- Mrs. Isaac Johnson spent ?r6.: J' P' with Mr. and Jlrs. II. Asplant and G. B. Ross The aldermen are Messrs. White, To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the Continent can be made at lowest cost. Large new steamers. WceVly sellings. Reserre ac- commodations now. For full information railway or steamship agent, or, H. E, LIDMAN, Contnl Ag.nl, 349 Miln at Winnipeg, Man. Shilohm without H eo long. There Is a fair supply of coil dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ilumctircv. Mitchell, Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Joe liarney MerrlCel Hancock, ilclimoi, Wit- e Funlty Fritnd for fdlrf br Cro It sells for ssven dol- dauzhlcr Lillian were the guests o! Theodore Poole on Christmas day. Tlie Knappon post- office was uervu Iletla'w now. per ton. hogs are cenls.per hun dred pounda. ST. KTLDA AsVe and fianielson Iiave been quite husjr grinding Iced ar.d flour of late. Mr. and Mrs. John Simonds were St. Hilda, Alia-, Dec. made host ar.d hostess on Christmas neither for the two weeks has by n jolly.bunch of bachelors, been observed by an, and an unusual Miss Mabel Knappen is sper.ding the j lolidavs at Taber. son, I.eah. Winder and McTJoBsid, that there was no-mayoraltf elected In the foregoing order. Mayor Allen having been returned bv School trustees: R. B. Dennis, A.' acclamation, the vote TM imusujjlr, M. Hunt, E. Silver, Tbomas sraall. The controllets electeil were: .W, H. Cooper, T. H. Jutten, C, W- Gardner and T. 11. Morris. Rowe, W. J. TeasJall, L. G. Young COMMISSIONERS HETURMED Hamilton, Jan. 3.-Three of last Aid. Allls led in the coatesl lor rear's controllers were the Lydro.. comroissionershlp. T. ThursJay, the only one left being Stewart. M.P., was the other cora- Conlroller Bird. Owlnj to the fact imissioaer elected. Jollv good time enjoyed all during ho the ChrietmaB holldari. The closing exercises at tfie Hiitfe school took riace on ChriBtraas eve. Miss Kttiol RamBey Uught tbls school the past year and great. Improvement with (tie scholars pfabily noticeable. A charming pro- gram (or tho evtnir.e lias been ar ranged and a rtclisntful Christmas tree, beautifully trimmed and decor ated for tho occasion adorned the Bveiet Danforth is visiting rela- tives at Purple Springs. The dance givfa at the home ot Art Johnsof was wcl] attended by a jolly party of young people on Wed- nesday evening. Pearl Jnr.es and Sidney fJlAS'.'o were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Pegg on Christmas. W. II. Hunt lost a valuable tram oi horses the past week. The U. K. A. local at this place I icld its annual meeting lor the ion ol officeis on riiil.iv evening.! Sidney Glasgo, William Cowcil, i-presidrnt, and school house in Us interior. Santa Claiis on tho scene loaded Itfivn v.ith cholco Kooda for distribu- tor among [lie pupils and othors who bad gathe-rcd. A bountiful nncheoii had been prepared and af- er s'.ipper tlie little folks Indulged In dancing for a u-hlte. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilder and Ar- thur Gilder were the guests of Mr. id Mrs. Oeorgo Ross on Christmas. Mrs. Georgo IvCavitt and children of Cardsfon, have -been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Slbloy, of this for somo limb. Mr' and -Mrs. August Hclberg were tho Biiesls of Mr. and Mrs. John Slb- ley on Christmas day. j i-.v Thorr.aa Ramsey and daujhler Ktbel will leave in a fow days for Vancouver and other on tho coast. Mrs. nsmscy will her Mr. and Mrs. John Tiylor, of Vancouvnr. Mr.'Julius Tomflcet Is spending Ws visiting his sister, Mrs. White, of Choteau, Montana. Mr. Sam Partner took Christmas. dinner with and Sam I handed In KB resignation yesterday. Lewis. elected In 1012 (o a Arthur and Ostar Anderson, of at the 1913 elections was Uarnes, Albprla, bave been tho guests asked by a number ol prominent clt- cf their, brother, Elmer Anderson, of to resign. Ho refused ot Hie Ihls place, fo the. two weeks. ttmo, but rjull his office yesterday The route will be vwy unespeqtedlr. Pension Your Wife! TOURISTS WERE GIVEN GREAT WELCOME Sydney, X.S.W., .Inn. Am- ertean baseball learns, reprcwntlnf the Chicsco White Sox and the New York Giants, arrved liere today. The Chicago men won in the open- Ing game, 5 to 4, which was played a 'wldly enthusiastic crowd ol Great interest has been aroused In Auslrall.i ty the. tour, and the visi- tors will br> given'a clvta welcome.by Ibc Mayor of Sydney on Monday. JIM WOODS RETIRES Edmonton, Alta-, Jan.' Woods, an oM timer o! the North, in I for 12 years mayor of Athabasea, You may leave your wife "well fixed" when you die But her lack of business experience in administering your estate may cause it to dwindle away and in a few years leave her 'penniless. Tf, hofrever, you -invest in an Imperial Life policy. you can direct .that the Company pay to kit a tegular as she lives. 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