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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .Saturday, January 25th, 1913 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HEfiALl) Page 7 EMPRESS THEATRE CANADA'S, FINE8T PHOTO-PLAY H0U8E WE. ARE FIR8T V/ITH THE LATEST PROGRAM FOR TO-DAY 1.-THE RACE 2.-HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS 3-THE NIGHT MARAUDERS. Drama, abounding with all OF OLD ENGLAND: Comedy. With a Laueh sorts of exoitement. This A Beautifully Hand-Colored Vvav,^-n,Z should prove a winner. Scenic Film. Eveiy Minute. 4.-LIEUT. R08E AND THE 6.-ILLUSTRATED SONG. TRAIN. WRECKERS. "Hurry Back, Dearie" by 5.-COLLEGE DAYS. Another stirring drama. Mr. F. B. Evans. Comic Farce J. GASKELL'S ORCHESTRA MATINEE EVERY DAY BRING THE CHILDREN WATCH FOR NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM.; ALL BIG FEATURES. A Four Feature Program, Including 'TheBurning Brand' (In Two Reels) MONDAY 'The Iron Hand' (In Three Heels) A Positive Sensation 0OWH ithe play selected by Mr. Lewis Waller,; the distinguished English aotor/'"to.' present .on''his special tour of Oaipadian "cities, and in which he will be seen at the Majestic Theatre on-Thursday, February 6th. The play was made famous by Mr. Waller at his own theatre in London, where it was' played by liim, for a very long time, 'and was otte of the flvo favorite plays -of the-, late King ia which' Mr1. Waller was "commanded" to appear at either. Sandringham, or Windsor Castle, Mr. Waller was "commanded" to $andringbam with "A Marriage of Convenience", on Nov. 13, 1903, and later appeared in the same piece at Windsor..-Other roles in which he appeared atrA Windsor were Monsieur. � �Beauealre, Robin Hood,. Still Waters ^jflunQeep and The Duke's Motto. ^ Supporting Mr. Wflller. iuthe present vehicle is Miss Madge' Titberadge, ,a strikingly .beautifulwoman, whose acting was recently commented on as folfpwe, by Acton iDkvl*s, hutlie New York Sun: "The leadfng role was bo extremely, well a,pteg~%yMadge TJthera^ge that Jt fylg/ttte auatepce tensc to its finale, and :won fop her a number of sincerec curtain calls, in fact the part was played^ with intelli-genee, power, siucejrjtjl and fidelity." Mr. Waller's ontira qomp^uj^ky made up of English .p)ayp|r'a"whb nre'J said to be excellently fitted for, their different roles. *rhe. appearance of Waller in such a play should occasion a very distinguished audience and a very complimentary business. * �  At the Empress Au excellent programme was offered at the Empress last night, and the same will be presented tonight. "Lieut. Rose and the Train Wreckers" will be one of the big features of the evening; this is an intensely exciting drama, and the many hairbreadth escapes and exciting situations depicted, keep one "keyed up", to the highest pitch. "The Race," another stirring drama,, is one of the best that the Empress has shown. "The. Night Marauders" and "Jim's College Days" are two good stories, the funny situations and climaxes that occur caused roars of laughter. Mr. Evans will slug "Hurry Back, Dearie," a song which last night met with hearty applause. The management beg to announce an "All Star" week commencing on Monday, during which time some ot the best known features will be presented. Watch the paper for Monday's programme, and don't miss an opportunity to visit the show. Matinee every day, with full show. Bring the kiddies. � �'  �� Features at Starland The management of Starland announce another great three reel picture for next Monday and Tuesday, in the offering of the sensational production, "The International Conspiracy" or "The Iron Hand." "The International Conspiracy" suggests secret service agents, ; spies, plots aud exciting complications. Tn. termingled in the action of the story are numerous thrilling adventures, on land and sea, wonderful scenery, perfect acting and excellent photography It will prove to toe one of the best features ever shown in this city, and patrons of Starland are assured by the management that it is one of the best attractions that they have ever been privileged to exhibit in this city. * * *} At the Morris Sometimes in going to a picture house, one is at a loss to know just where the plot in the picture leads to, but anyone visiting this theatre does not have the least trouble in following the plot, and the management are to 'be congratulated on being on a service where only first-class pictures are sent out. Last night's feature, "When Mercy Tempers Justice," was a dandy in itself For tonight, the feature will be "The Reformation of Sierra Smith,' showing how a man can be reformed in spite of himBelf. There ,will Tje three other "pictures shown, and with the Morris orchestra in attendance, a pleasant time is sure to be spent. Visit the Morris-It's worth while. �   . At the Monarch , Tonight's programme at the Monarch will surely be a 'winner,'-and-! a packed house is assured on account of the irresistible quality of the entertainment. Every one, knows' the Bison 101 trademark on a film is a-sure sign of good western drama. "The White Indian," by the above named company, is sure to please everyone. "Dick and Daisy" and. "The Better Man" maintain the .comedy, and to cap the climax,, a beautiful .Thanhouser drama,' "When ~Mercy Tempers Justice" is presented. *   A Polite Critic Probably the politest musical critic in the world lives in London, suggests the New York Post. Instead of rudely writing of n certain vocalist that she sang out of tune, (he said that her "ideas of correct intonation-were scarcely consonant with the prevalent impression." - * *: �  .. ., . The parents of girls who will one day have to provide for 'themselves cannot do better, writes Karletop. Haekett in The Musician, thaii. put serious thought on tine profession of music? as a means of livelihood. If the. girls manifest  talent for rnvtsjo let them, study with a purpose; ,'am} beside the joy of growth in the art there will be at the end a practical goal to be reached. This does opt mean extraordinary,. talent, such! ai would open the career of a virtuoso, but good natural ability to enable one to master,the principles of music "and teach them. Don't lot the young one moon away over stories of celebrities^' but study the law and practice of the ^j^^rt as any other trade or profession; u J. IVjiADIGAN WILL GO TO PEN FOR ROBBING BOOZING FRIEND will be worth while. One year for stealing; u roll oi money amounting to $200 was Ihe sentence meted out by Magistrate Elton -this morning to Francis Madi-gan, a "boomer" who blew into the city a few days ago. Tlie theft, was perpetrated yesterday aiicrnuon in the bar-room of tho Alexandra hotel. Madigan made himself known to the police a few days ago when he came to the station and complained (,i" (.lie loss of .a grip, which had been, stolen from a local hotel. The thief was arrested and was sentenced to ;i term ia the provincial jail. Madigan will now work side by side with his brother in iniquity. Yesterday afternoon a man named Mouston and Madigan were drinking in the bar oi the Alexandra. Mouston had drawn his nroncy amounting to some $200 trom a local bank in the morning, in preparation foe leaving for the States in the evening. They became friendly there, and botii were somewhat under the influence of liquor. Mouston did not notice the loss of the money late in the evening, when he complained to the police. Detective Kroning was detailed on the job, arid learned in another bar that Madigan had made the statement that he -had only two dollars, which would leave him broke when it was^ spent. It- was learned by the detective that Madigan was arrested on suspicion. When searched he had $G0 in � his possession. Mouston identified the arrested man as the person whose company he had been in .when he lost his money. The evidence was very strong against Madigan, and the ' magistrate found him guilty of the charge. The sentence is one of the heaviest ever meted out in the local police court. Late W. J. M'Cambly Laid {to Rest (Continued from front page) Mr. and Mrs. F. Hick-spray. Mr. and Mrs. Wm'. McAdoo-spray. Mr. and Mrs, J. N. Thomas-spray. Mr., and Mrs. T. S.i-Betterly-spray. Cranbrook Joins in Sympathy Cranbrook, B. C, Jan. 24.-The sad news of the sudden illness and unexpected death of the late Alderman W. J. McCambly -was received in Cranbrook with widespread regret and sympathy ior his wife aid family. The deceased alderman was a familiar figure to passengers on the Crow, and amongst the railroad men, with whom he was more closely in touch, he stood for all that is best and most honorable in manhood, of which the western railroad man is such -a flue type. Absolutely fearless in the discharge of his duty whether in the cab or in public or private life, invariably courteous, and with a specially charming manner "Bill McCambly"-will long be- remembered, and his memory honored by those privileged to have had Ill's friendship or even his acquaintance. Sale Opens Monday January 27 eeoeear Call Early and get Best Choice Is a Medicine Hat Sub-division adjoining the new-industrial site purchased by the city. It is right in the line of growth, and will be taken into the city limits this spring. A Medicine Hat builder is erecting 1 00 houses in the vicinity. Trackage will run right through Ceepeear, and most of the blocks can be served with trackage INDUSTRIES ESTABLISHED INDUSTRIES BUILDING Amt. No of App. an. Arat. No of App. an. Invest. Em'y's Payroll . Invest. Em'y's Payroll Alberta Clay Products Co. . .?500,000 200 $150,000 Ogilvle Flour Mills .....$1,000,000 175 $200,000 Alberta Iron Itoll'g .'.fills Co. 150,000 00 125,000 ... rf tj,..i, r0,000 Medicine Hat Grocery Co... 130,000 15 15,000 Kaiser Cigar Co.......... 10,000 10 10,000 Medicine Hat Goal Co...... 300,000 25 27,000 INDUSTRIES DEFINITELY LOCATED Medicine Hat Steam L'diy .. 30,000 20 15,000 Medicine Hat. Daily News... 30,000 30 25,000 Maple Leaf Milling Co. . .$.800,000 laO $140,000 Medicine Hat Daily Times. .25,000 25 20,000 Manitoba & Out. Mills .. 800,000 150 140,000 Medicine Hat Daily Call and Canada Clement Co......1,000,000 250 200,000 D.&A. Ptg. & Eug. Co. .. 55,000 40 . 35,000 . , , m. r, ,-n -,, r-n nnn Western Cold Storage Co... 150,000 25 30,000 ISXsk laotr A Lussier Construction Co............ 100 125,000 Amerta-basK. raper &. . , nn A. P. Burns' Contractor .......... 40 45,000 Strawb'rd Products Co. 150,000 ,o �0��I �J,VV� Total Assets (%vtr) $69,000,000 Save Systematically Haphazard, occasional' saving seldom accouv-plishes much. It's the steady, persistent, regular depositing of so many dollars]** a week, or .month, or season, in the Union Bank of '4-Canada, which makes one financially independent. The t: money accumulates all the more rapidly, too, because of. the Interest which is added, every six months.. > ,..; Try-it. ' � ; ��Y-A: LETHBRIDGE BRANCH . . . * s G. R. TINNING, Manager' GRASSY LAKE BRANCH .... A. B. KlNG, Actfy Manager lONDONr ENG., BRANCB, / F. W. ASHE.  . - ' -- U�na0�r. 61 Tbrecdneedle, St, E.C - \.|i Lethbridge Bran* : - C. G. K. Nptirse.|| ;