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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNKSDAY. JANUARY 21. 1911 TIIK LETHBKIDOE DAILY IIEUALD PAGE THREE TODAY EMPRESS TODAY Rudyard Kipling's "THE Three Reels 15c THI-: WONDKHFUJ, VAMI'JHK Miss 1'nllcy SVil! Sins, "I'll Change the Shadow to Sunshine." I'lilUe's Oilier Uiioil OUCH 10c Wednesday BIJOU Wednesday Bob Leonard In the Great Detective Story A Clean Daring Drama Matinee 2 p.m. Evening 7 p.m. MATINEE AT 2.30 P.M. (Oc and 15c. Sherman Theatre NIGHT AT 25c and 35c. TO-NIGHT LAST APPEARANCE OF THOSE CLEVER ENTERTAINERS Eugene West and Catherine Henry Thursday, Friday and Saturday A CONVENTION BILL PAR.EXCELLENCE DE MONICO FOSTO CO. Comedy Acrobatt and Their Dancing Dog Fuzzy "GARY O'REILLY" The Blarney Fiddler From Old Ireland CHESTER 4. GRACE Singers and Dancers ALLEN'S MIN- Scenic Sing- ing OEfermg FOUR OF THE WORLD'S BEST PHOTO PLAYS Tonight a Change of Program, in- cluding "for Love of A Powerful Drama of r "Woman Who Began Again." Here Monday Master Kingston "THE BOY SOPRANO" Delegate fo Convention Points out Needs of the South Country 'J Ulitor of the Herald During this session of the U. F- A. at I.cfhbriilEc, delegates' from the, j sontb country liave turned up in to cncleaiour lo, through resfilu'ions, advise 1hc aban- doniiicnt oi the S3 per acre payment upi-ii tt'.rir pre-emptions. I will, tl.rough your columns, ask you to publish tliis letter with a view "to endeavoring to aid us in ob- taining lljat which is reasonable. It may not be jicacially known that tlie next tv.-o ycais will mean 'the between an empty territory to or it the de- mands are eor.ccilcii, anil Ihc pay- ment on pic-ciupiioris is taken away, il will alleviate matters inasmuch that it will nnt compel those' who tavu not aiicady mortgaged, to Last Appearance of Eugene West and Catherine Henry Tonight tiieaire-socrs will have the last ojiportunlly of lhe two most talented artistes ttiat ever grac- ed the vaudeville etaee. The large audience tvho attended ihc irhorman Theatre last evening loud In their appreciation of tho capable forts p'Jt forth to amuse ant} cntor- j tain. The introduction of onp-acl [-lays I and comedies in the of vaude- ville Is a new Idea, and If always il'andled In such a niatterly fr.anner as-MlES Henry and Mr. West portray the varied characters In each play- lot, this class of: entertainment win aU'ays be the headllner on any vaude- ville pros ram 120. Visitors to the city are re-commend- pj to cnend an evening or afternoon at thia, the most popular playhouse In the cliy. For the an ex- tremely -n'ell balanced hill lias teen arranged. Allen's Cowboy Minstrels preseiit a most unique and origi which lias made them fast favorites throughout the entire cir- cuit. Gary O'RcJIly. billed as tho 'Blarney Fiddler from is a delightful entertainer, and his pleas- and clever execution on the violin. Is euro to win appioval, Chester Grace, In a and dancing novelty, have an act that has gained honors whe-rever presented, and the Do .Morlno troujfe o! acrobats are a host m themselves, being excep- tionally clever, and a fund of humor that keens the a-jiilence convulsed with laughter. The programme is commended as one that citizens and visitors will thoroughly and is guaranteed by the management to he the tie-st tJie city presents. -Matinees dally at p.m. Prices, 10 anrt 15 cents. Even- ing: two performances nightly, T and 9 p.m.; children 25 cents, adults 35 cents. "purpose of j Empress one lor their jirc-emutions. i very beet photo-plays ever Him the government is required lo make a living in a semi-arirl dislrict j cd and thai ICO acres is sufficient in a better favored loralily, nliy does not the kovcrmiKnl allow llic man in a il area to homrslc-ail 320 SARAH at laat ntldod to Itio roll of fame o[ ihn Lesion of Honor. 'This picture' vas lahcn on her last visit to Canada, j pic-fNi[ acre-s. If it i.s necessary cases Prevent 5Kin ADELAIDE SPENCER of Karl fjnemcr, who wil marry tlic Hon. lire Hie of Vifoo'.ml I'ccl. rnrt iiiPAn Hirh they may vrry l riti the -o pay :in-i al same l-.ivmt 111 Ol pT r.CIC1. UiftC f Jrsnii thrlr coiiRlty witli- rlial (hey hail ntivrrs-e v (he r.irly days r.-iv.t KVP ra-! lo hor- Ihn'r !rn ccuiCs l can not They fJo f.o Jjvocli Jo promote ar.rl maiiitnin v lhe complexion, liiincl? and Jiair un- der nil roiiililioiis, in purily, dclic.tcy ,TncI k.i Ihc loilcl. anil .At the Bijou Diamond jlakers" at tho Bi- ijon today Is a very clever "delectlve telling of the secret process some Hindus have discovered where- i by they manufacture diamonds. Their discovery and arrest' Is an exciting and Interesting tale. Commencing this week iGie Bijou is putting on a complete change of pro- gramme dnily the mar.flgemenl expects will meet with public approv- al. In all lie large cities the picture tiotiEes, aUnost without exception, .change dnily, a.nd the Illjou vrould ap- pear to have taken a step in the right direction. Rudyard Kipling's "The Vampire" at the Visitors to the city of LeUibridgs during Iho great United Farmers of Alberta convention, liave the oppor- ed' in the lur8 Kolem the ceiobrat- A sensational dance by Itobtrl Frenco and Alice Eis, which repre- sents jn B slr.llisely graphic v.'ny a vanipiro coming o-Jt of the v.-c-ods to destroy a young arltat, featured "What's She "WRIGLEY SPEARMlfm She'd Be Heartbroken If I Didn't Bring It Every Night It's very good for her teeth, appetite and digestion. I'm glad to give her something that's as good in re- sults as it is in taste. I purify my breath with it; it gives me an appetite Made in Canada BUY IT BY THE BOX I can point out this play, and Is truly a cart of the derful store of but the busi (By Southern Alherlars who think they fcnoiv the mountains'of their prairies intimately have tlie surprise, of their___________ lives in store. dui ing the coming camp- tha, a little lake In the high'inoi Ing and louring scarcn. And by So-Jth-1 tains. This has always been quite in- ern Albertar.s I rto nol mean the j accessible even to ir.ouiiiafMers, V.r' dcntc of the foothills or tho mountain-! who have nade it business to, study the mountains and clicir remember that they harj a number .of lad curves and grades, and that they far too narrow at many points for safe and convenient passage of automobiles going in opposite direc- tions. These bad parts of the road have been completely Ironed out. The. them Hallway, 'Wflich akirU Glacier Park on the south, wilnout TV stirrups, or pitching tamp. 'narrow stretches have teen widened, Another.trail that will be much i the more danjercns curves straight- 13 tbe one completed-to l.ahc Her-1 and the grafa has been mater- ie.ilv reduced in b number of places. improvements offer a_ very indication of what Superin- ilrown has accomplished wilb limited funds at his Ais- i-cral drving IMS. I submit, therefore; [of the trail entailed a grest work. Bertha Ffitlg and 1'eriiiu t'rceri ean be seen from this trail and tho mountain scenery en ro'Jte of: varieiy as to atlrac-l oil iark has been "worth ivJillo ;'one bi'- And 1f lhe ness and'professional men and pcir story and net merely woren into it. i such. Miss Pifiler. whose the win "I'll Change of easily av the Shadow to Sunshine." Other excellent itoais, Including [bas Payne's great and a romedy coxplnte a jirosramme Ihit should be seen all who like best In moving pictures. Iv conECrvalively. the work Brown j will, the -placed at gnne over Hie roads in pant by lhe way. it's not ell Increased the num-l of jtlractlons that the common ..s'rden vailety ot tourist vlll visit 1 ____ 'by fifty per cent. HOUSE WILL ADJOURN I In the flrsl n trsdcd pony lawn .Ian. decided it I read has Keen completed lo the Ir.ler- Ihc Cabinet CVmcll he'M at noon. Hint national line liouml- ary Creek. Thl? links up Lakes I'nrk wllh Olacler Xitloaul hlch it adjoins'on Iho fcoundaiy" All the old wagon trails and 'Miss Taylor. tos passing each ether In cvi'.-y (itcr.-r Harris, of the load. Those vrlio an em- Co., -l.on- dcm.- wcs {oiip.d Uy the roa.-lside. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE EfTcdiVlr litlo. rarllnmenl shall adjourn .13 toon o.i hibntes liave lifcn raid lo (lie late xird Slrathcona I'rcmlcr Uordoi ,inil Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr. The House at Iwo o'clock; ami the gg will bo over within half an hour. Kor some years a trail haa been t> i'e in'rrrnlen se ol Iri- i'.jp an'l lo vast si Iri fnlp to "'very rare rucnv .e I'. V. A. .if Ihis ronven- 115 your hearty support ise.l as far as the head of the upper Walcrton by forest rangers natr.MIng; the .'orcsl reserve of Iho liultcrl Slates government. It Is pro- to erect D cbalct at tho upper nnil place our dem.wls before thB as soon as spring ojcns. If tlih Minister of Ihc Interior. 'Is done, tourists raiy travel from lliu Mower lake, which extends out lo the NAME Crow's NCFI Express ('vow's Nest Kxprenn Soo-Spokano Flyer Son I.OCJl T.ccal ,ll .Calgnry JAlciersjd'j hranchj 10. .14.15 Will you men toktiilc il 'I'hat the boniest.-ader die, lo points' op tbe Great Xcr- Tlial the interest patlirs may live? Yours falfhtrlly, A, HOICK. (n I.OM! Union, U.K.A., to direct lo Alta. SO. .13 11 n ii :.12 .11 517 NAME Crow's Ntfcl Kxpress.. Ciow'3 Nest Kxpross r; fJUE TO DEMP.T .................23.50 l.ocul Local 1'lytr rial ...-I. Paul C.I." -'rolane rial Cr jt. brook ....................1C. On S.30 ..................17.4S Cafgr.ry (via Aldoreydc) .......16.41 ;