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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THtnWDAT, JANTTART 22, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE ftAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TODAY EMPRESS TODAY Rudywd KlpliBg. "THE VAMPIRE" Three ReeU TmilLLnWl-�EE THE WONDERFUL VAWTRE DANCE^ENSiTIONAT-MUw/PnlleT WMl 8tn^. "T'll Chun^e the Shadow t4i Sumlilne. ISc Pathe's Weekly Other Good Ones lOe BAND Every night at th� co�y Roller Rink 1! Tonight . BJJOU - Tonight The Calling of LOUIS MONA Aa �xc�ptionaIly good drama in two parts Balance of the Pro{nram is of Real -Merit Complete Change of Pictures Daily '4 The Comtitutiomlists are Right United Fanners You will find a complete change ol pictarea daily at TTie Bijou Theatre Blatkee 2 to 5 p�in* Evening 7 to U p*m. ea-gsB I III \ At tH� Bijou Th� flt.lo".! tnanajetnent -wishM to \ apologiiB for h�,�lng 'nn "Rob Roj-" j ia64. alghl. In plfti>�( ot "Ths Diamorrt j f**""*'-Mt.lt�ni" iMlr�irtl�ra�tit. I ^^ * i, ! Won(i;pi-BSBlon of overyborfT vbo was pre- i sent at. the Etnpres� )a�t night, and ' tnily the bcB.dlUier. "The Vampiro." i� a splendid produotlon. Anythin* i mr>re woird and iinotuinr than ths 8ii�n the j field of battle before the break of I New' Yoar'B day. I "Rullets and some heavy shells I were fired across the line during lie ! uight battle. \Vith a Tex.aa ninger. I MATINIK AT 2.30 P.M. 10c and 19c. Sherman Theatre f^lQHT AT 7-4 iW� *nd 35a. TO-NIGHT Friday and Saturday A Convention Bill Par Excellence Comedy Awobat* anri Tb�lr Ounclnq Dog ''usiy Btiester and Grace Slnflsra �nd Dancor* " fiapy mw\)" The Blarney FWdlar Frfltti OW Allefl'a Convdoy Minstrels Navelty 3c*nlc Slrtfllng off#fl�fl Four of the World's Best Photo Plays ageinent. By a curious chance t^he old Lyceum, which for many years had been the Training ground of hi^ ?rt under Irving, was available al ihe very momenl. Martin Harvey had the play ready, as ha^e fsaid, and ready with a wealth of patient labor inight battle. Nvnn a i exiis raiiBci. . ......�� n^.o.,.,, ,c..,>.^, ,, I was wiihli! bait a mile of the lighting. � and loving care whu-.n probably few 'I. loiow his inumate P''^^'"" "f^; L-.^^ the 1>xa.B side of the line, j plays in our time have received be-hla personal courage and his rule of, ,u, defenses. i fore production. Ir was only at the irofi but opposite the federal defenses. "As one bullet whistled clo.-ie hy �This r*bel V,Zra!,Vlr'T*'*.�t iiult. i part of the British Isles. Tt has nure- "9hould the rebelF and federals' bered among Its admirers nearly ev-turn their guns on Presidio. Texas,! ery member of the Royal Family in-they could wipe out the American sol-, eluding the late King Eklward. King All are deter-none show any diers. citizens and refugees -.TithlD 15 minutes. "The border patrol force there has no heavy guns and no machine guns. Wmrard, Saak.. .Ian. 22.-At trwo o'clock this morning, aUrtn was given *hat the Wynyard hotel was or. , _----- lire. The fire brigade responded Imme- ; might be proud. officer 1 ..y that t la essential to J^-\ ,,omm*nder .ends word everyday >-N�on rrldAjr' mtniatng tha firte of tha TUV.I.A. irill tea'e it in Your Caee Oea'fe even tMnk of an openatton for fitlea. Reiaenber what the �M ramUy dectar aaU; Anr pert of the body out away ! �tie iii Tiena are reduced to nonaal and r�u wilt aoon b� all right sain. Try thta leniirkable remedy. eoM eTerywhere at drnif atorei. Send fer a fMa tvlal paekagie and pnm beyond tlBWtion It 1b the rlglit remady ler your case, even il-ougii you u.ay be wearinK a niln truas. .last send in the roupoii helovr a' once for the free trial ticauneat. It will show you conclusively what Pyramid T^ile nomedy will do. 'I lie:i V' u r.aji get the regular package for f>nc. at an ydi'ug store. Don't, suffar .lu-onther needl^sa minute. Write now. F�EE PACKAGE COUPON Pyramid Drug Company, ih'i I^TaDJid Bldg,. Marshal'. M!r-h Kindly send ine a trial trf'iUniPtil of Pyramid Pile Kcmcdy at oner, by mail, FRIHR, in plnin n-jacpe.!-. so I can prove ils splendid re'ulta .vame ......................... Street ......................... I'tty............. Slate ........ Tha .raculer aaui-monthly meetifts of tha H(�h Solioel Uterery Sootety wat heM In iOie auditorltim laM tlr>. day aitaraooB, and ae urujU a tfrien-did procrant waa renderwS. Thoia w*a a lai�� audienoa ivaaeoi. toi all of tbo aambere ware well ev^laitded. The "IBugle" waa read by Bditor Svan-eer, Ita �ai]Lteata beliur weil 19 co �|^� tandaM ot gaevioua nufobate. T^a matartel wee Mwa an* inapw. and had the tnio eokool spM4t. It. ta a pltr that. raoM at the perenta do not attend theae nMeCin�pi, U in really anrpirteing �lie talent that !� ataajfoet In the Aunberi preatnted. Mr. Ooo4n�ao, who (or serena ntontha paat baa held the poeitloa ot teller ai the Sank of Montroai fe�r�. left yeitei>Aer for OaJ�arr. wharo he will ha emplaved pevnaaantlr. Mr, Oaeea ia now baok at tha 08�liierweer of VFaattinirton, O. 0, fathar-ln-OaW to Mr. Darld H. Hl-ton. of l��libiridi% ia a buaiaeee rialt-or In the Oarden City tbla week. Mr. Hewner waa tha prioelpal apealter at Hhe tneetlni: In the Mormen church laat Bunder afVaivoon, bla ansellent addreae beinc noeh appreolated. He baa manr frienda lierek haviag met theoi daring tkelr ntlMdoimrr work In the aeatfa. where, during hli early manltoed, he -waa a Baptlat minlater. He kan esperlaooad many exalting ttmea in hla Ufatlne, haTtng sarred la ttoe oonfederate army dttiirg the tanrtbU otvU war. Roy Coleman in In tha west country tbla week on a btialncaa trip, he bav ing a large rentib in the Caldwell dis trlct, weet of Cardston. During :hU absenee hie brotliej C>-tus is managing the theatre. Sylvan Carter, acvu.sed of hurglari/.-ing tJie general slor^- of the .Miiarath j Trading company on N'ew VeaT's morning, and who wn.� bound over to the district couit by Magistrate Bee-man, iii now virtually free, tlip= court allowing the lad to be released on sue pended sentence for one yeai. This announeement will be reoetred tjeie with great aatlafaction, ee no one ; llieir ruture home. Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer Dudley, of Hiyckie. former residents of the Garden City, left Uiis morning for IhH ncith after spending an enjoyable week with their numerous friends diately, but; so great headway had the fire that nothing couW be done and the buildinii collapsed at 2.if>. The bttdlding was owned aiKl occupied by .1. J. Howart^h, was three stories, brick veneer and opened in the fall of 1911. The damage is estimated at fifty thousand dollats, with iaaurance to the extent of fifty par cent. The proprietor and his wife were visiting all Sprlngside at the time of the flr�. All ot his guests and initiates loat personal belongings and many reoeiv-ed slight in'uri*s desoeiirting fire bs-oapes. Death in Handfuls "I wltneesed the beg�nnirig of the, terrible flgbting which still Is going on at Ojlnaga. Though myself removed from the Immediate zone of fire, my Held glasaea hrought the incident* of the battlefield so close t.hat 4t teemed P could touch the n^ked Tanuia with my hand. 'I �aw the Indiani. each wearing only a loin-cloth and his cartridge! belt, creep from sagebuah and cactus ' clamp, cloaer and closer to the fed-' eral fighting line where Oeneral* Sal-aaar and Oroaoo bed their men in-trenoted.. It wa� a. splendid diaplay of courage and warotaft. "Two women led them, one a Vaqui glr) aad the other a .Mexican. "But the ground w�� open and no Jlritig thing can withstand the pelt of modern maohlne gnn fire. 80 when It came to tJie final ruah tha Indians and Hexleana crumpled and went down while the rapid firera rattled Ilka eoarednims. Death name in handfula. One njan wonid be plarced by half a doien bullets. "And then, after the rebel charge had 'been repnlsed, both aide* took up a heavy, oanaonading and burating sheiie were everj-where. hella Fire City "There were good artUleiry marks-raen en both sides. Soon the eily was In flamea and �. federal gunner, at a range of four miles, dropped a shrapnel wHhin a range ot .100'yards of where Oeneral Ortega was conversing with W H. Cleveland of Marfa, Ta.\. "T hare likened Villa to Napoleon, it ta In deeds not in atature that iback up his demands "When England says, 'yen rauat not do it,' she has guns to baclc it up. To me, it seetns that the United States loses prestige when it tells the George and tjie Duke of Cortnaugbt, the most distingnlshed figures in public life (the Earl of Dudley has coo fessed to having seen the play over pfty times! 1. and above all the gresi mass of British playgoers who at every successive rislt of the disttn- ! guished actor to the various centres I on his annual tours, have welcomed i the ageless work wirfi an enthuaiasm and fervor which betokens a unique affection. It was "The Only Way" in which states iOSe� n ,,.----------j , . 1 Mexicans they can't do certain things ] .Martin Harvey made- his laat appear- and then falls to enforce them." to ciiyi  -  -I NOTED ACTOR WILL APPEAR HBRE IN MARCH-HAS A GRET RHCORO Tlie history of the famous play which Mr. Martin Harvey, who Is touring Canada under the auaplcea of the British Canadian Theatre Organ-iiatioa Co., Litd., Js playing on hia ferthcotning visit is certainly one of the real-life romances at the Bngllah atage. While the now distinguished actor was sUll a not over consplcuoao tnember of tho late Sii- Henry Irvlng*a company, he first conceired the ambition of pl�-;ing the role of Sidney Carton in Dlcken'a immortal story "A Tale of Two Olttes " Tn the light of eventa we can only regard tliis choice as a matter of artistic predestination. With the boldnesa which Is neceaaary to tiiose who are bent on. moulding the future of their own will, the young actor commissioned the Rev. Freeman Wills, whose work as a dramatiser of novels was already well known, to make the acting version of the book. This was several years be- anca in London before setting sail for Canada at ChriBtmas time, and tha scenes at fall ot the curtain abowed unmistakably that the playgoers of i the old country took an individual j pride and pleasure in sending for the [ on.ioyment of their kinsmen overseas, ; 1 the play which above all others of our I time reflects the spirit of England as ' realized b.v the most national of all writers, Charles Dickens. Martin Harvey aa Sidney Oaroon will have the invaluable support of Mias N. de Silva as "Mlml." Thia famoiis and gifted actress has created in tliig role a chareoter which in \ the words of Mr. George Edge:', the norellat, "has poaeibly had a wider Infltience on the public than any woman's part ever played." And the rest of the oast contains many names well known to playgoers all over Great Britain, all of whom kave by conatant association' with Mai-tin Harvey and with each other in their work with him, acqtftred that price-lesa quality of combination which ia the moat valuable artlatic aaset which any company can oorporately and ia-dlvidsially poaseaa. Mr. HarTOT will appear in L.eth-bridge early is March. Tonight One of the Good Ones to be eeen at Starland Tonight "Fop love of 11 Man" A Powerful Orame of � "Woman \Vho Beflsn Again." Next Week Master Kingston "THE BOY SOPRANO" SCENE OF FRIOHTFUL VOLCANIC DISASTER-At Saki>rashlma and Kagoahinift In .I span. Reports from ,TBT)an indicate a tremendous lose ot life when the Sakurashlma volcano burst. The city of Kagoahima, with fi4,00n population, was ovei-whelmed, a.ird the less of life may exceed 100,-nofi. While the discharge from the volcano Is ahating, much damage has been done In the south of ,lapan, and the dreadful famine in northern ,Ia-p?.n nmkeic the .situalion even more appslliiis. The Neal Institute A Boon to Drinkers The .Veal T.-ealmeut will bring free-dnin 10 an.i- ;li-lnker, no matter how sirou.ijly he may be addicted lo the habit. The Xeal TreHtment is a sure safe vegetable remedy, taken Uiler-nally. which removes all ii-acp� of alcohol from the syatcm, and leaves no bad after effects-no hypodermic in-.juclions being employed. You can attend the .S'eal Instilnte, and be back home asnin in a few days forever free ft tun the awful craving for liquor. The Neal Treatment is auocossful In every CMKP. atul we can give you the naiiiea of men whom you probably know who have been successfully treated, and are today sober. Iiirtuatrioiis cltt.-^ens. Call, phone or write for full information. M:AL IXSTITITE S20 Thirteenth Avenue W., Calgary, I Phone W. M2S Concert I'nder the Auspices of I. 0. r-i. T. Friday Eve. Next At 8 O'clock Burgnian's Hall. Xorth Lethbridge luternaticnal and Grand hoAg* Speakers. X>oca1 speakers Music and Refreshmente. NO ADMISSION Free WMl Offarind Takae STRIKE LSADIRS ARRESTEP bnt it la in deeds not in atature that | .^^ ^^^^^^ realliing the dream he raaembled the great Frenchman , i,eir. But once the auth- Vllla 1� a perfect apecamen of physical , .^^^^ei over his manuscript tie manhood. He is B feet 9 ln�hes in ; ^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ j,;^ ^^^^^ ,,if. .spent height, weighs ISO |'a,most every hour of their leisure ''^ ,, , 1 revising, preparing, improving until fearless. The rale \ ^^.^^^ ^j,^ ^-orked and TO INDICT PACKING CONCERN Chicago, .fan. 22-Indiotmeat of o-ficials ot one of the iblggeat packing companies in Chicago ia expaoted day, oharglBg the a�eeptaace of bates on shipmonta from Ohioago Owosao, MIflfti. . UsboB, fV>rtugal. .Tan. 31.--lV�o hun I dred of tibe ringleaders of the general strike of railroad men in Portuga.! were arrested today Ijt order of the goverament. Warrants against four liundred others were liaued, but the me'i evaded capture. The strike, whii h wBs declared o�i .Tanuary 14. to- I hi!^ 'leen broJren. Many of the men re- .' hate resumed work, and' tbe pnsaeo- to service lias been reatored almost to normal conditions. than 40 years old. "Ha ia absaluteh of Iron that he ba� installed is demanded by the conddtions under which he acts. 'Lawless Indians, bandit|!, peooR and wild adventurers from all nations are gathered under his direction, therefore disoipliue must toe maintained. He Hshts with th'fe wea-pouB the Lord has provided and. he uses them as needs he must. "T saw him approaoh an olRcer who was drunk. Tt'.i.' (condition of the man was plainly evident. � 'J have Issued an order against drunkenness,' said Villa, draining hr: automatic pistol. 'That order Is absolute,' and he shot the olftcar dead. "Tiirnitig to tho other members of his staff he said: 'How can we hope to control the men when the offlcera disobey?' "I admire the Judgment shown by Preeident Woodrow Wilaoo. tin rofus-ing to recognise tij� tyrant and grafter, VIotoriano Huerta, whom 1 have known off and on for two years. He Is a clever soldier, but that 1� all I can say for him. "But tlnoe the United Stale* refuses to recognise Hnsrta, it seems absolutely necessary to rei^ogniie some government or Mexico will continue in chaos. "One incident in the battle at OJIn-ga stands out like a prayer at a pri7:e-nght. "At midnight 'Cease firing' aounded tn the federal trenches. As tbe notes of tho hugle,.faded a band atriK* up a dirge. polished like some beautiful carving At length Martin Hiirvey left his long association with Irving and appeared in a series of parts under various other London managements, tnclud-ins th.Tt. of Sir .lohnson Forbes-Robertson and Mrs. I'latvick Campbell. U was in Maeterlinck's beautiful play "Pelleas and Melisande " in which Mr. Martin Harvey played Pelleas to Mrs. Patrick Campbell's Mellsandp and Forbes Robertson's Oolaud, tliat the London orities first recognised almost to a man that the Bngliih theatre had in Uie youthful and slender form of Martin Harvey an actor with tho rare but unmistakable quality of genius. The mcment had arrived for the "great plunge" into personal man- 25c WiU Stop "Grippe" SURE--or Your Money Back Jackson & Co.. dmggiste. are now selling Weeks' BTeak-up-a ..1,1.2.0 . .IB.oO , .19.:i.v .,14.11 , ..1. Medicine Hat.................... SO ......Kooteliay Lundlrig............4.'45' ......at. 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