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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD Saturday. January "11,1913 TO-DAY HUMPTY DUMPTY REAL ENGLISH PANTOMIME Direct from the Drury Lane Theatre, London THEATRE YOU 3 The 3 LAUGH. ROAR AND SCREAM Trine Thousand Feet of Fun REELS Greatest Gloom Destroyer GEO. H. ADAMS. THE FUNNY CLOWN And His Own Company of Fun Makers The Feature Theatre TODAY A SPLENDID WEEK-END PROGRAM INCLUDING Men Who Dare 4- IN TWO PARTS A POWERFUL PERFECT; PHOTO-PLAY OTHER FEATURES -4 Monday and Tuesday -EXTRA SPECIAL- THE BEST FEATURE EVER SHOWN IN LETHBRIDGE A COLOSSAL PRODUCTION IN THREE REELS PORTRAYED BY AN OVERWHELMING CAST SENSATIONAL SCEN ES-SPECTACU LA R INCIDENTS IN ALL. THE MOST INSPIRING PRESENTATION EVER OFFERED SEE IT AT STARLAND Monarch Theatre NO RAIS-E Adults 15c IN PRICE Children 10c Scene from Act 3. in " The Rosary "at the Majestic next Friday and Saturday SPECIALISTS Ml EM ROCKEFELLER GOVERNMENT WANTS EVIDENCE THAT HIS HEALTH IS IN PRECARWUS CONDITION Washington. .Ian. 11.-Dr. Charles-TV. Richardson, one ni the leading eye, ear, nose and throat specialists i of Washington, is on his Kay to Mi- i ami, Fla., to examine Win. Rocke-, feller for the I'uio committee. Dr.' Richardson, who will ureet Mr. KocUe-j feller 'on his return from the Huham- i as, is jt popular' north-west special- (gP!tj- ANAGEKS and audiences ask nowadays that artists be ladies and gentlemen. Pe Miliar attire. erventrte aetious. and al! the cbararterist ies that I used to designate certain "artists" � are. as a writer in the Pittsburg .Spectator n-mihrts us, i;o longer popular. U a soloist appears upon the platform and looks or acts anything different from a human being. the audience is prejudiced against that soloist instead of being predisposed in his ia'-or. We are taught to be-JiL-ic that '?. n'?an can he a great brilliant virtuoso and still than ; 1st, and has accumulated more a million dollars. j T)x. KichaJ-dson was despatched to i Miami yesterday on receipt of a' cablegram that Mr. Rockefeller was leaving Nassau, .N. 11., for Miami.; �ibasrd the steamer Miami. Tbe-tnon-' tf. 'trust' cooiinit'lce directed Uhair-1 man Pujo to send a physician to meet.' Mr. Kockcfeller, but Mr. Ptijo de- ! dined to make public his plans tor j intercepting the Standard Oil mil- j lionaire or the name of the .physiciau 1 employed. . j "Mr. Rockefeller will be examined by representatives of the 'committee on American territory," he said. "Further than that 1 can sav nothing at this time. To make public our plans might defeat our purpose." The report of Dr. Richardson will determine whether Mr. Rockefeller : shall be required to testify. Two phvsicians have made affidavits that bis  life would be endangered by a , siege before the committee. I be ;� rational human beinc. The pianist who smirks, or the one who osrlea iiis audience, the soprano who falsely- pleads "indisposition,'' or the !>ass who races at his audience. in tune and look art' type:- oi soiO- ists the public takes not to its heart When plans are made for future en- ; gajrements and contracts are mane out. these folk, like certain late Pre-: sidential candidates, are leil high and ! dry. I Ravj.i Hisphaiu anuini: i'.?cu and Mine. X>; v.cil as great singers. Kiud- ' iinr-ss i;lows within them, geniality j !)"'!::= fro;:: the::':. There arc many  grail sinirer.s the country over, but; irotu Hell sate to Golden Gate there , are few v\ho equal these in popular-' itv. Fire, did $200,000 damage to Manitoba Rolling Mills. the The flosary" Seldom does an author portray such an important character as that of a i Catholic priest, aud have it meet wltb ! approval from the clergy. But this is ' just what has hr.oj'^uvd to EUwa-rd K. ' !U>se, anrhor of "Thv Rosary,- which - will be seen at th considered the greatest langb-producing moving pictures that have ever been manufactured, entitled "Humpty Dumpty." For ages we have, beard the story of ihe i'utin.v clown that, 'was born in a ftinny way, aud coafiuued through life doinur everything wrong, but in-� ideuially creating a riot of fun with anything he would touch. ago. The leading woman dancer in the Piagileff company will be Ida Rubinstein, famous throughout Kurope, and who was featured in the world | premiere of the D'Anntinzio-Debussy j "Martyrdom of St. Sevastien." *  * I Band Concert Programme for Sunday j Sanitation,' "God Save the King": j march, "Ceasar's Triumphal.'' G. I�\ Mitchell; concert waltz, "Boston.'' r-*n. Lumbye; medley overture, "Rialto," K. Ascher; flower song. "Hearts and Flowers," Tobani: tone picture, Southern Breezes." F. P. A then on; novelette. "Sweet Jasmine,'' Theo Rendix; overture, "Bohemian Girl," Balfe: march, ''Convention City." T. S. AI leu.-F. Cline. director. *  * Charles Hawtrey in London A despatch from Loudon, dated January 10, says: A rollicking Irish play "General John Regan,:' was produced with great success by Charles Hawtrey, at the Apollo Theatre last night. ft is the first work done for the stage b" George Birmingham, who, as Canon Hannay, is known to novel readers:: and is said to have been writ-ten in three nights. The story provides the "something different," which_?h these days, seems to be the prime requisite to success. Horace R, Billing, an American tourist discovers 'the' remote village of Pallyinoy, which''is only kept awake by Lucius Tf'GrS'y",' tbe irresponsible dispensary djctcxovbp, when the American announceshe is looking for the j birthplace,-c* General John Regan,.who j died gloriously , in Bolivia, docs not j see-, why Ballymo^ should not. claim! the honor. .7 I The fun grows, .fast and furious to; the_final situatiou, in which the doc- j tor inevitably-., triumphs, and actually i gets the Lord-Lieutenant's representa-; Engagement Extraordinary Saturday Jan. 11 Afternoon and Evening Dante's Purgatory and Paradise Four Beautiful Reels A most wonderful aud realistic illustration of celestial bliss of the Heavenly regions. Monday Special Klynii-Johnson Fd'o-lii for the ^^'o^!(^.s Champions In p Admission 15c tS: 23c BIG COAL MAN IS! T � E ^E!* T* El Canada's Finest Photo-Play House TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAM Charles Dickens' Great Work OLIVER TWISTS Hepworfh .Films-a MttsicrpitM'o in 4 Reels Scenic Views of " Sarajoya When Baby Commits Suicide (A REAL MIRTH RAISER") Ilhistrated soiiu'. "Snowti'nie" li\ Mr, Frank . ' F. Evans. GASKELLS FIVE-P1EOK -10c and 15c. , PRICES- (HUIIESTKA EVERYBODY WELCOME ialist leader, in representing \! rthvr, although he is: a strong anti-Soeial-ist. msom David Alfred Thomas is Examine Some Anthracite Propositions to1 W WAREHOUI MED AT. MACLEO , ,, . . , tive, who has no ear for music, to Geo. l-l. Adams, who claims to be|8,ant, (m.covered while the Ballymoy band -plays "The Weniin! o' the ears ot age, having played ! Greell � Canon Ilauna,- does not. aim at the poetry of the Abbey Theatre, or the political insight, and the realism of "John Bull's Other Island." '"General John Regan: farce of so picturesque and good ttat-tvred a quality that London should laugh at it for many days to come. the criginatcr of the part, is. close to seventy the part for over fifty y-ears. Mr. Ad - j is one of the few old-tinie English j panlomimists, who introduced pantomime in this country and the United States almost half a century ago. The pictures were shown in all the first-class picture houses in Winnipeg, including the Empress vaudeville house, and were considered a riot of fun and fantastic pleasure. j Ysaye to Make PJionograph Records. *   j . The Columbia Phonograph Co. Vlos:' Monday and Tuesday at Starland ed a contract on.Tuesday with ffmgen. The biggest feature in the history | Ysaye, -."the violinist, vi'ho will iitake of popular Starland will he shown on ! records for that.cbmpany exclusively/ .Monday and Tuesday next, when the j Ysaye has never? heretofore, made 77 Main Street, : Medieine Hat, Alta. \\ A). Drawer 1050. ;