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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JAM'AHY 1911 THE LETH BRIDGE DAII, V HER A PAGE THREE ublic Notice Vim ;iiv lici'chy niitilioil thai, Wodiii'sdu.v, 'himiiiry iJlsl. until I'urlfUT noliiT is giviMi, (he Lino cars will birth hi' run in (hi- same diiTclion instcud of (liiTclitins as at present. Tlni While Line will have, a of niimiU's instead oV ts minutes and the lied Line a schedule of :52 minutes instead of -W as at present. Arthur Reid Coniniissiiniei1 of Public Utilities DESPERATE FIGHT IN VANCOU- VER IN WHICH KNIVES USED l.ell.ol is pro'io liulr j MitL. .l-i. -ir- 4' Voik il.e Vacriiiucr, Jan. 20. 'Iv-'v libels v.jOi fr.ur principals, A'jsliians. tool, place E.ere tate List and a- Hoth fights wiVi teen knives 1 he crad nun Marcoutch, uho, in Im death fatally slashed Srerbal his opponent. In the other rncouMrr the oppo.irnts were Pietto Scharctti and George Hchar- rtti nss lour.d hy thr polite v-'ith his nose nearly severed, wour.ds ibo-jL his r.tck and slo'jliifr, one frightful- ly iabteratfd, tl.ft aiid ten- dons cut {com (he dt-fp thrusi1; tiiro'Jgh the liipa and i Mitlrr pitkej up altnost dead u ith his scalp in places torn roni- ofi. Uoctors hold o'Jt rio iiope. iu the event of recovery jtrcits he inaile. slnrl.. jj, 'I... ujil.c-.l l.i-rt iLf v.-f-r.t t.i if'-'! I1" 'aw- Mi-'S ai.'i curyor.e wl.o lias >.CPH her in "Ti.e IVjnti; (iirl" .in-1 "Han Toy" v. i.r pV.iv- lu-i-cow her aiiility at tiaUd hy tuose on ti.e j-i well as hy with whom a uv- orite. KiiKfce West, faM.ri'..? j! u[ Savoy Xfr. Ynik, bepius ncil Tws'ljy. It edgep'Mibi Young's as then- will he IS'! ilekradaiils l'i- ntss. anil has aiiaiuiC'J Ic. nla-. v.ilh i-liara-; them ;.u.g? rais- hfr in "lllaavfcf" a I playlel jl inr. a tli'.turSi.iii'e Ov, Ihe ijhennan theatre to ti.e ui H.c .li.i'kc-1. it '.vil! nallnre evening. Mi. V.'ei! K lie scirrjl weeks Utlorc the WK uf with the Orpheum hi-; see- the 38 kadfr nic-idi-ni uf n.p voxuru iodualiua her vi.r'.h for it will he h'r nrit oi MX oilier iiidii-led Ica.l- porti-Dlty lo play with professionals. .tr-> lijou Theatre Tuesday Only "Rob oy In three parts. Depicting ihe struggle of the Scots to break the English yoke Binks Sf Bathing Girls Screaming comedy Matinee every day !hia week Complete change of program daily SUING FORMER POSTMASTER High Ilivor. Alia., Jan. xov- eminent Is suing M. B. Millar of Sill- .larvilte. T-obtniasU.r, for H.- Ihe claim bc-irif; l.ssed dial he nrongfn'ly post- age strings. Mr.-Millar win vigorous, ly defc-ml himself. to Mve relief to Trie nncnii'loypd of thai cily. I Chairman brayioti of [he itailw.iy I i Commission asked lo issue a ier- c-mptory order to tl.o railways to j i ceed with [he construction of the iru- I _________ icu stalion. in order to employ- .nier.t to out of "i'rk. Ottav.a. Jan. 'i'.-ucrl hoi- ____ j lion. J. fleiil and lion. P. Pelk-tlor were walled upon today 1 y a delegation conFisthlf; of Mayor jlotkcn and CoalrollfiK nnU j f.'u-rch. of Toronlo, who lhat The Vuueilt'-) the various public 'worhs To- j-Mai.dacturers llwir U.M.I anr.'jll ronlo lie undertaken al once, in order in Berlin. Kire i allieic- Furr.ittire Co. cc did dai.i- To-day Empress Theatre To-day The Pirates" GREAT TWO-REEL it COMEDY DRAMA JOHN GREAT SENSATIONAL TWO-REEL DRAMA U T1! >J 3Y RUDYARD Ihe Vampire KIPUNG FEATURING TttE WONDERFUL VAMPIRE DANCE COME AND HEAR MISS PULLEY. OF LETHBRIDGE SING "LAST NIGHT WAS THE END Of THE WORLD" Miss PuJley at the Empress ftonifht, aurl you wil! endorse the gen- isp Fiidc-y's first apuearance at j eial oijIrJon: "T-lje cFa- last croated a most 'faroialjlo impression. She a sv.'eel voice anil rendering c; "LTHt XighL Was U-.L- Enrj of the vi'as natural aud unaffected, :unl exiled forlb very Jic-arty applause. This yonns is a resident in this jcity. will become a pop-jlar fav- oiiUr Emiirtss Mlsa ill sing again totlay. Tlic yrfc-it two-refl .comedy. 'Tnc b'-er in city." Maiinet? ire given datlv at 2.CO r-in.. to which latlits o? the city arecspetlaUy in- ,-Ltert. >iist Dorothy Voung. that tslcr.tcd dramatic star, has been specially engaged for Wednesday mat- inee and nlgltt in the great York Dor.'l fail to see this clcrer lady in her debul among or class. On Villi.j Gn.tjn wil iifi-iliii ui the S lc-1 LI! t; Thl; .iF-1, Hie Green ii througlLOHt rhe vrorld -itifriiiL; of DO tucan order fur ilie aid of bis concertina lie can preparation of'i- he iOHimouted by iilar aUJrr nti'J llntttt.T on S.ilur- :ni'l The llrfirudlcr man1 (.'.il fri'.'iicia in city oJ world. A ;mit ;ii] arc jjoartliy uekome. a remarkably novel icvisi or which, in case met v.-iUi tlic il rteterved. Mr. .Icjhu Dnnny and his co-director? ol llbi! ''Kit 'Em BiEcuit caused One Act Plays Great Hit at Sherman Il was provpn last night that Hie i publiu are always ready to accept I dramatic arl as a source of amust- ir.t-ni. yTcvlding the artistes are tal ented Miss Catherine Henry and CUE in their preeentalioa o1 "SOMETHING "Bunly Pulls the Strings" Played to A Good Audience Last Night and "Made Good" "were regaled iritli something different at the Ma- jestic Theatre IASI ulxlu. when Ham prt-sented "Biinty Pulls MATINE AT 2.30 10: and At the-Bijou which Is shorrins plays won Immediate favor, tbo Uijou for today only, is an unuF- ually strong lecture, shoeing the strugglea of the to free their country from tlio oppress ions 01" the KngLiali. Nearly "every is fnmil- lar Tvilh'old EngHRh blstoryr and this feature n ill be intensely Interesting to all who see it. Big Detective Story far the Bijou For the end of the week the Bijou management has secured the first of a series of detective stories, entitled aim arc without the slighteet doubt Uie Man ln Black-- fo.Jr tho most talented and versfitllR rccl6 Of pictures intensely inwreat- ever sT the TWO WOMEN rcckoned to draw ai Onlte n laryo milliter of [iop- iys of the Army hive bceii i[ hy tlso ItngadiLT. o.' ic sung in Army ami tlii? tity Tho offcrinrs in every unrL of tlic Lenled yesterday were ilollghlfully arge i1: aulicipalcd, rcjniweii. and tho applause unRtEnled at liie cloao of playiel. Tonight _____t___________an pnlirrlj now will ho j Eubinitteil. and a capacity audience, is SWEET VALLEY j expectfld. Judging from the many J remarks passed last even-1 ins. Miss Catherine Henry is worthy of spucTal menlion her r.ctins being ihe goWonea'To ITe Mr. K03- iof a superior character that o no on (MR fepture fen] i5 an abE0.b Kwcel Valley. Alia.. election hclil uii Mr. Urutlfc. Mr, Tailor Ing: plot, pctlinff aod acting fh-st rate; ah action; clean and convincing. IL is the film o[ ilie year; sensational In the ei- treme. z o Visit Starland Tonight One of the best jjrograms evti of- fered al the pop ui or Star) and Thesti't ler being clecle.I. revels in ike almosphwc Mrs. Lewis and dnufiiter have gone tnat surrounds her capable rharacler By Lydia E.Pinkham's Vege- table Own SloriesHereTold. a prc. b.rk 10 firamira. ably Mr-West. aenU of smlthem Mrs. Hooker had a hen lo tiic mformanee Is a dramatic gem ,n a some little tim-keni n-cek. :and Is a compliment to Iho etforls of j onc (lie liero lias Ur. Uc.iEon is oul on homestead, i Shennnn lo give tho a anij ,hc hcroine a Friday nlslit llio neighbora tli-Sjlre-Eoing nublie aimiBement lhat of (he Sllnny soulli-but in ilio with Miss Dawsey Mt- Nauxhion in lhe k-adinr role. Aud. j'-idging by the evident tnjoyiner.t of ihe something different tlieir faiicy. Scoich tlhrift and ouaint Scou-h-ri'.E- or the Auld Kirk formed ilio basis ot' play, and every metnforr j of the company lived un to the part n -.vhich Hur.ty Iierself a pleasing 'Jelineation of uhat a voung j can do 'wlien she iunis her Scotch delermination lo through an nprrnlinn, hut this I refusal todo, A Veyi-tnble I'onifiound, ar.'i r.ow, aftor U5ing tlirce hollies of it. 1 fee! like a new woman. I moil hcar'lily CRYSTAL Will Stop Your Cough in a Harry Save by Tills Sjrup at iiumi-. tills fnslance. the positions are re- versed, and the stern parent is a typical Soulhein Colonel. Ills son marries a pretty Boston fiirl against the Colontl'8 emphatic is bidden to enter lhe old Peterahurs home with his wife. I.aler a lovely little dauglittr is when she ts about three years old. Dick Lans- loy dies. With the eWM. Kdltli I-ans- ley drills south and eventually oblalns <'rjstal I.nkR. .Ian. 17. An enter- i Tills recipe 15 c( bttter I ernpioympnt in one of the find hox ?oclal was held in coush syrup llitn you co-jld buy ready hn wliool on TnesJay. .lannaty 13. in made (or C-M. f a us-Jaliy con- nltl fif Mlorflry ROfloty. TlJe hos- I'-jcr ys auctioned off by Ilan? yc'iitnek, JSri.GO was; A lilnv. cnlitlcil "A Conriilf-nlial Clef's." and credit la line rocommrnd your medicine to all women I lo Ihc lierfonners. female troublcn. lliave llam'ily is a Irip taken Lyrlia K. ritifcham'i Liver to fmtlicr Creek. a tcatpi I'llla, ami think they arc fine, f will ('iuirlif and Alec ilobertson of M.i- hoyr? never he without {lie? meilicine in Ilio 1 srfilh nro vlsllinp in Ihk vicinity Mrs. PnASX KMSI.EV. B03 I tlielr hroliiere Will anO 1'elo. umhia Avenue, rvlmonlou, Alberla. .Mr. nml Mrs. K. 1'clklltr enlcitnin- TlioOllicrCnw. 'arsc even coje'i d'JielilS'. Simple as It Is, at any little Rum anit her dog b? Ing left in charge of .1 friend while Edith IB from home. Their hoarding Iionse happens lo be Itc the. oH 1-ongley home, where tho of tho of Felen Dunlop, who hnil r hcer. left wailing at lhe church In- Tiiauias in the dais of her yonlli. The- company playeil n-ell lOKClher, carry- i ing Us audience lo Ihe Brand cliinnx 1 li. Tonight' Every picture Tonight Ts a good is One of Them "The Colonel's Oath" An Absorbing Drama. Telling a Simple Love Our is ;i iSoriiil Dvainn in Ml Nil-Is ONE PART TO BE SHOWN EACH WEEK FOR-DATES' ........i; 1I.C llllllt 01 loii'.l (ollov.eilj_____ n a Ihfh pi linriie ami a clouil ol i Tclihout any i-howlng o' tffoi-l. -Manager Wilder, is give season only i oi icct lo IIP ablaze anr] a stronf; rnrricd srr.oke, Ras, uni! hul In l.elhhririge thif- that, he ran no belter rerr.efly can ills IIS'O of Rrji a I ed s'-iGlr i (.cjionei 5113 in nit 501 uvu Snl.S. "roTIis O'lp dos costs' xrorth) In a H frienib evening, at a box -social A fw.y: 'Kru ur TE t n lew from here illeniltd Inc M fines ,_ the nla Po'onel 'ince bcllle; then Hie anno) a tne mil I o.onci. SJgar'airup! It im a j Wh0 strikes him with his (ane. Kuna Uf le ar.JtaniBH family n lone time. in with Indignant nro tcar-pconful every cae. cr yoa can fed thl? lito liold of a <-o-jgli in a way that bjsir.eFS. Has ft crovip. A har.dy rpnicdy ror aslhnia and all thrcit on mtmbTAris Is snrTcrtil terribly with it. I visiled three n (cvv lioctciru und each one wanted to operate j "I and lung troubles. The clfsct o! knoan. I1 I all tlie'raturai plr.c- On mehutl would not t'l an op- and crntion. I heard of the I.ydia E. f'l. VcgeUhlc {'oinpour.d was lime rerorl- 1 ro. I KT.A OMrta. and the old man la optivateil by hftr. Kventually ho succeeds In her back Into his her inollier llnds her. 8ho tells tiio Col- oriel who sho is takes nuna away. After thinkinr it over, the Colonel the house to Kuua and lelh Mlth he Is now without a home unit! she w-ill permil him lo live ally recorair.eiid, his efforts lo lhat curl are beinz rewarded. Ao Apology By a lyiogrophicEl errur Ihc prices for "linnly I'ulla Slrlnes" reail 80 cents to M.fjO. of :.1 ctnts 11.50. That the ncrc not disnppcinled is proven by (Ho many iy remarks resiwcling tho P-_T- Torniancc passed who took pleiisurc in sroinc one of the IIMI j performances ever sl''en In lhe Ma- jestic. t Ki'.'-i fif srnnkc of fnuld he v n thr sluprs to Ihr on IV.e side ashes In the Hon.1 Martin Uurretl. lloiuitjion Min- the- "'.'v ol Agriculture, nppiied the new tptraJ lu Ihe'huiiics oi the mimtrons' or field huihl- lillasei i.tipihy. .infi al the Or.lario fnl- LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Ctow's N'cfl Crow's '.'Iyer Flyer not ivoik In tlili I tl-c entire cha'.go tn the old man leads (0 [hc ,_ Rma Hodges plays the child l.i her and the rest of Effective Oct. '26, 1913. ARRIVALS '.KootenBy Landiug .-...Medicine lint ......Spowone SI. Paul 'IU AI1KIVK ...........1.35 -'-.IS ..'.IS. 01 Crop's .S'CEt Crop's Nest HJXT Soo-SpoUaac I'lyer .........Medicine .........l.'OJlta................... ____'.'....Cardflon ..........Calgary brands .Vld'AKTUllKS foil .Medicine rial Kuolcr.ay; ...SI. r.'.ul DUE TO LJKP.MIT ___Mi-ill, hie ....Cranbrook ___COLliS.............. j.c-ral 517 l.ccal (via Aldersyde) ;