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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY U, ml THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1'AGE THREE SHERMAN THEATRE-Special Engagement 3 19th Eugene West and Catherine Henry Present Taming a Husband A Satire on Grouchy Husbands From Scotland Yard Weather Bound A Dramatic Detective Story A Comic Modern Love Story Four of the Best in Photo Plays Entire Change of Program Daily Matinee Daily at p.m. PRICES: Matinee lOc and 15c, Night 25c and 35c Something New 0) U .So rH in EMPRESS THEATRE For the first time in the city GAUMONTS TALKING PICTURES Complete Change of Subjects Featuring Harry Lauder The Great Lubin Two-Reel Feature "The Clod" A Thrilling Story of Mexican Revelutionids Coming MlCC PITH EV The Well-known Monday Mldd lULLtl Lethbridge Singer Evenings 25-1 Gets. Tonight Only of the Big Ones to tc Seen at Starlind Tonfght "The Rajah's Casket" Three Retl Mystery Photo-play Seeing. Coming Monday Special Features NEW ZEALAND IS F GOVERNMENT DID NOT ACT FAIRLY WHAT THE PRESS AQENTS HAVE TO SAY O? THEIR SHOWS But it is Largely for Develop- Although Ysaye, thp ist, thinks very well of ment of the Country York women, wife does cot agroe with London. Jan. S'ow Zealand's 1 him- Or- thc contra, shs told Our nnancial position" ivas the subject of I Muhial Girt, between scenes In n-hi a recent address by Arthur M. Myers, cy-rnlnister of and DC- and per cent of thena ivrre from adjoining tcmas, within a rsuJl-jn of fifty mite 3 or more. It Is proof positive that people 'n email tovae read and believe in ihc newapapire and .lifrauk HtiLty's fence for New at or.f of the Zealand, as the Koyal t'olonial insti- tute "Lightning" hmchcs lor city distinguished husband posed for! Seats now or. sale the "Our Mutual Girl" ?erU-i thai she UruB Store, considers New Vork women the most poorly dressed, from the standpoint of gooii tasls. of any women in Iho men, an 'dca borrowed [rosii the C'an-i clvillied world, adiac clulis. j Ysaye hSa utmost to conic gaUaiU- Althoupti it was true, lie said, that ly to of the New Yorg lad- Zealand's net was S7 mil- lions sterling, they must remember that the money harl been borrowed for the purpose of establishing rail- ways, etc., and that the-government owned the telegraphs and telephones, while 13 millions had been adyanced to settlers. Xo loss than 5n coulrt be described as directly reproductive A Great Bill Toalght IB the last opportunity af- forded the public of seeing the most, excellent vaudevflle'corapany that has ever graced trie footlights in Western and caine as near as ho dared to-Canad'a Commencing "-Monday ar..l saying that they were the most beau- :-or tnrte dar3 iromen. in the world, and as" jneea jhe Weil Henry. Company, fiesh from trulmptia on the Orpheum Circuit, will present for public approv- al one act comedy playa that are hound to win the approbation of all They are el v cdnis on he ee.pts from the Wellington, New Zealand, Jan. 17. Federation of Labor nas issued a manifesto declaring the strike at trA excepting for the miners. It asserts that the employers ivere ah Eolutcly beaten, hut ihat tlic govern- j understanding the repeated large con- and and graphs liad doubled during the last ten lent to the government by the people Ihf-msclves, which showed thai they fully appreciate.-) the securities of their own coyntry. handsomely and correctly dressed as even the lidies of Paris. The great violinist was introduced lo Our Mutual Girl at the'slaje en- trance of Carnegie- Hall, where she oC _____ ___, previously had the pleasure of meet- {ciaimed by the press and public Ins tUn world's greatest pianist. Ysayo throughout the American continent was enthusiastic about motion pic- llie ciererest entertainers in this Ha? lures, and allowed himself to be phot- of tte worl( 20lh century have j on over two hundred feet Usual prices will prevail: 10 od IGc matinee; svcnlnjj 25 and 35c, t t Coming to Sherman greatly 5m- a that has been en- .n rs lal scones bein taken al main en- No less'than 15J millions had been of HaB io whlcb Ws Their railways were run ths object ot aiding Ihe -development of country and not for profit, yet, mcnt by an unfair if not unscrupu- lous use ol its powers rrvmcd the icsult. The miners are conferring with the mine- owners, antf are to re- sume immediately. ORR1NE FOR DRINK HABIT So unifOTmly Biiccessful has OR- R1NE In restoring tlio vlcllme oJ the "Dflnk Hlbll" Into sober and usfc- Tul and so strong ie our con- fidence In Its ciiralive powers, Uut to ornphaalzc fact tliat OliRlNB Is sold under this positive guarantee. If, after a trial, rou pet no benefit, your money will bs refunded. OIiniN'E costs 51.00 per boj. Ask tor Free. Booklet. Red CrOES Drug Store, Ltd., Acadla THock. ivifc appeared. Our .Mutual (iirl Vjur ,'IUIUJI Mill inn "n- pressed bv the pleasing personality of UnislMtlrally endorsed ln every large ooln Ysave and his "f S. aod Canada by the usiclan's rubllc, Ihr press and the clergy as cessions ai recent vents, the railways had made a profit of over I per cent. SAMUEL CARTER HAS HAD EXCEPTIONL CAREER Guelph. Jan. Carter, el- ected Mayor of Gurfpli by largest majority ever given a mayor, is aJi English Radkftl. Ills Worrtlp has had R cnecVered career, and is of Iho men who can truthfully be styl- ed self-made. He entered the cot- years of age- Leaving for America, ho gorged At bis trade in Philadelphia and Boston, coming t6 Guelpfi In 1SSO. Upon arriving here. Samuel Carter EO'L! Ms watch. a.nd with Ihe iiruceeua Purchaserl some yarn and a hand- who has consented (o hp one of the many ctlebrHies to appear in the "Our Mutual Girl" series 31 an early date oi Starland. "Bunty Pulls the It seems thai al the present day it alters little to readers whether they Site in New York. Stomach Troubles Due to Acidity So Says Eminent Speclalltt So-called stomach such a don, or Kaiamazoo. they are alive to wind, Ecomach-aclie and that Is solng on. And whenever; to retain food, are in prob- anvthing interesling oc-' cur5, the and magatinef Today he is own- Ly KiiUtincr Co.. do- hnittlng machine. cr the Royal i Ing an Immense '.niMnpES. 'i'hn he received such a majority for mayor, was liio an- nlvoi-sary of his roania.-.u Km- ma of lliis nity. ably nine oul of ten stwply cit dence that fermentation is taking place In the food contents ol the j .ornci-8 of In no instance j stoinacn> causins the formation uf" ha? Hits, beer, more dearly exempli-, anfl acWflg vvtnd Blends fied ilian in the ancccsa of "Bunty j 3tOniach RnA caiiscs op. 1'iillj the Strings." the quaint ani3 presslvo'feeling FometTmes knovn as iKMUliful comrdy coming to The Ma-! heartburn, -while the -acid Irritates January Uln. and the delicate lining of srtfets, West and Ca. herlne Henry bid fair to eclipse this all of their former triumphs with tlielr act ylays and comedies, which aelde from having proven nnovallon from the ordinary run ol heatrfeal offerings has proven one of he greatest artistic and financial suc- cesses In modem theatrical history. of times has the "one act >lay" program been attempted by our greatest American and English art ,sts and it has fallen to the lot of [he clever Eugene West end Ihe teau tJful and brilliant young-actress and authoress. Miss Catherine Henry, to 30 the very flrfit on record-who have really made a sensational EUCCEES of thEa mucb contemplated form of en- tertainment Their success In this :eld has been complete tn every way, Every large city has received them with open arms this year and no at- traction has been moro Trarmly ap- plauded and ir.ore hugely enjoyed than the splendid one act comedies and dramas Mr. West and Hen- ry are offering this year. Many rea- sons have been offered by the critics for the tremendous hit but the best oi them is put forward by a promin- ent Chicago critic who said In port: "They don't tire you by giving too much of one thing ISfce so many weari- some dramas. Just n little pathos, just a little touch oT and a barrel full of- pood wholesome laughs mixed at all times v.-ith refinement and tiie very clever acting 'Gene West and Catherine Henry arc cap- able of giving, lliat Is the betl way I can describe their delightfully orig- inal program of one act plsys." w'nlch will be given at the Sherman for three nights commencing Mor.iby, Jan. 19th. Tho program will be chang- ed daily. Prices at dally matinee 10, and 15e. Evening. 25 and 3oc. Tbis' altraclion, while a change from tiie- usual vaudeville offering, is person-1 Majestic Theatre ONE NIGHT Monday. January 19 THE HIGHLAND COMEDY SUCCESS "Bunty Pulls The Strings" Most Fascinating Play Ever Favorite of Two Continents, With Dawsey McNaughton As "BUNTY" And All Ihe Original Scotch Players Prices 50c to at Medleys Drug Store nlly guaranteed by the management Is to be relied upon. Scotch aclor. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE v.liuse field of work was, until recent- ly, among Lie small hamlets of his nftlivr Svolbfl. Thrn American IcnriEtr. har-pi'iiii'S diOi'iicU Into a snmll country lr.ll to; ari cii'.erhtinment. "j-ist to i kill lime." .ml L'jlioU. Ilify "I'un- Ihe stomach. The trouble lies entire- ly in the fermenting food. Such fer- mentation unnatural, and Rdd for- KO. MS CIOT-S xnsl CIA Crow's Nosl 11 Soo-Si-OKaoc M2 Local Ml Wl Local NAMB Eft'cclivu Oct. ARRIVALS FROM JKl Ctoir's N'esi N'tSl 12 1) Local Local Knt'tcnay I.artling Hal DUF; TO ARttivr, rli" Hltinas." U ir.lorcsted Mil yi'.'-ntty, .-o muili so that un their to T.oiinosi talked about icsiill tbat an alcrl n t.'M (.re of his suir lo ntirnrl to The is to fa-.or.iblc Ibal a (rial i> ce given, ami tfie following Jay matlon is not only unnatural, but may Involve most serious consequen- ces If not corrected- To atop or pre- jvenl fermentation of the food cor.- tnit-" of the stomsch and to neutral- he. thj acid, and recdeV it bland harmless a teanpoonfu! 0( hi unrated prOitaWy the best and moat AHIIJUES roit Meilitine Hat ..-i. I'.ii'i pi (li I .'isijoifs ctli: ;i r'-' :UiOr, effective corrector of acid stomach 10'known, sliould -bo taken In a quarter _ jof a glass of hot or cold water Im- mediately after eating, or whenever wind or acidity Is felt. This stops the COAL COMPANY ENTITLED TO CREDIT FOR WHAT IT IS DOING BIJOU THEATRE Edwin August in 'The Blood Red Tape of Charity" A 2-reel Feature Which Highly Recommended TWO GOOD COMEDIES Ilillcrcst, .Mia., .Jan. For some lime bark an been observrcl unusual activity hns in anil atonnil Ihc termcnlatloD. and neulrellics Iho acliHty In a moments. tlcoi. actor and famous man. Tlie pTay LS al Ih'j ItRymarkct QP. Wiicii iJ] v.-as pro- bj-anc-hl I IJ ,n hut rear Ihe slory magne3la, wWch can he on. 1 v.-as tli? KDine. It nas unknown there DUB TO DEPART''" .1 tlesrco. The following day the ...............22.f- i t-arrtfil glad tidings 1o all .Smtrlca.' Tlie result Hint litre in l.ctliljridfc >y foousr hnu t'M building facing Messrs. Uuincll Cruickshank's store, ar.d (he reason for Ibis slir Is now appar- ent. 1'avf of tills hiilliling was lotiil- oily crciiplrd Mcssts. Ituinell bfforc removed lo jlheir prcsenl shop, bul sini-c llicir Mai-lean, oi Caljary, who has pct- srniUy r.nperviserl the alierations and ir.runilifrit upon Ihe entry oi his nciv tenants. Anolhrr rcrfnt local improvfiintnl has beer, (he establishment oE a cry slable by tt. Eddy. ?-lr. Bddy has erected a Ic-in-to sufTiciently large to accommodate several and horses, and has also a respect- a'jle team Cor hire on demand. The business, houcver, is but in its rx perlniCiital stages, and should his cn- terpiise receive the support 11 mer- its, it is Uddy's intention in coarse o( time (o increase, bis and buildings. The long Inokcd lor lighls have al last appeared, and it is hard indeed to estimate the boon they are to the town. AH thanks arc