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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 5?? ,f�*r Wednesday Jaimai'y 29, 1913J PT) m ftlirv Today "In the Ranks" GREAT "KAYBEE" MILITARY TWO-REEL FEATURE 'Lady of Shallot' BEAUTIFUL ADAPTION OF TENNYSON'S POEM ALSO GOOD COMEDIES 2 MISS AMY LAWRANCE WILL SING "MY OLD GIRL" Morris Theatre PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY A WESTERN EPJSODE A Mexican Love Story-Thril-ing and Exciting BIG COMEDIES Western Members Declare for Government Audit and Lower Interest , Charges 3 1-ALL 3 OF A ON ACCOUNT RING 20 Laughs in 20 Minutes. 2-SURPRISING ELUA A Barrel of Fun in this one. 3.-SHOCKING HER FUTURE MOTHER-IN-LAW You'll forget all worries when you see this one. THE NEW MORRIS" THEATRE ORCHESTRA. PRICES-10c and 15c 'ill, is a magnificent military prqduction "In the Ranks,", in two reejs. Containing, a fine cast, and depicting scenes, of spectacularism and wonderful, dram-, atic interpretation, this feature will prove to be 'one of the best seen here for some time. . Another sterlingnoffering will be a filmatization of-.Te.nnyson's beautiful story "The Lady of Shallot." 'It is enacted by an all-star cast of English players, and is presented sumptuously amid exquisite scenery and gorgeous surroundings. Two good comedies will also be in-clud'Ed in the programme, an'd with Miss Amy Lawracce, the Starland soprano, singing "My Old Girl," the whole programme assumes an entertaining appearance. The greatest feature in all picture-dom will be shown at Starland on Monday and the offering of ''Tracked, by Wireless," an immense three-reel production.    At. the Morris There was again big doings in the laugh business at this house last night especially at the screaming comedy; "Shocking her Future Mother-in-Law." This film took so well last night that manager Morris has decided to run it again tonight, so don't fail to see it. For tonight's program there will � be sihown another good comedy, entitled "All on Account of a Ring.'" Together with the above wil be one of the Bison 101 western features. Visit the Morris-it's worth, whie.    � Lewis Waller Seat Sale That Mr. Le'wis Waller's great .reputation has preceded him from England and that "A Marriage of Convenience" is a happy^ selection for the present Canadian tour,, is well, demonstrated by the list of applications for seats, which list lcoks' something like a social register^ and from which it would seem that his appearance here will prove a very brilliant event. Mr. Waller, it may ibe said, is England's greatest exponent of romantic roles, and "A -Marriage -of Convenience" should show him to line.advantage, since the period of the play was one of muchgrace and brave, speeches, while: such a combination as Alexander Dumas : and Sydney Grundy, who wrote It, may be depended upon to have,::clothed their .story in all the wit and brilliance that such a period suggested. Miss Madge Titberadge heads the fine cast assisting^ Mr. Waller in the presentation, and^this young leading) woman is perhaps' as well known to theatre goers . of'this city as an in-1 terpreter of prominent feminine rojea v as /Mr. Waller /Is; known as a star. Seat reservations,!,should be made early in order to c,avoid disappoint-ment. The plan istAt Kenny & Allln's drug and book' store. A GRAND CONCERT Magrath; Jan. 27.-Last Friday even ing the Latter Day Saint choir gave one'of the finest concerts ever produced in Magrath and, although theTe was a rather poor attendance, those who. were present were well pleased with the program, and were loud in their praises of the artists, particu' larly the conductor, Mr. Bridge, who has labored untiringly to make the affair a success. It is a pity that more of the people of the town did not turn out and encourage the choir in their splendid 'work, as the program was indeed excellent. The anthems by the choir, "Let the mountains Shout for Joy," by Stephens, "The King of Glory" by Parks, and the National anthem, special arrangement by Mr. Bridge, were full of powerful energy and beauty, signifying persist; ent practice on the part of the organization. The soloists, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Vaughn, Miss Finlayson, Miss Woolley, Mrs. Lamb and Miss B. Lay-ton were all in excellent form � and were cordially received by the audience. 'Miss Layton gave a particularly sweet rendition of Chipman's "Evening Love Song," putting soul arid feeling into th? piece. Mr. Vaughn was heard to advantage in the "Bedouin Love Song," by P'nsuti, and he gave a magnificent interpretation' of this fine work. The ladies* trio "Summer," was full of melody and deserving of special) mention,, as was also the piano duet, "Angel's Serenade," by lilss/Stacey and Miss Green. Their Extra BIJOU THEATRE Extra Wed. and Thurs., January 29 and 30 THE ACROBATS DAUGHTER 4000 FT. OF THE MOST SENSATIONAL AND REALISTIC SUBJECT EVER EXHIBITED .f SEE f CIRCUS LIFE IN ITS \ THE THRILLING ESCAPES [ From DEATH on THE TRAPEZE GAIETY , �i GLARE ' '[ GLITTER I Coming Friday and Saturday GREAT DRAMA OF RAILROAD LIFE THE GIRL IN THE CABOOSE THRILLING, INTERESTING AND EXCITING : PRICES ALWAYS .......10'cents'and 10 cents PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER '.' >� '...-'�!;. DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408 Round St., j. FIGGINS, -Prop.. Phone 632 When, Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. . � ~ FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. encore: was especially attractive and pleased the audience immensely. Miss Stacey was the accompanist for the evening, acquitting herself with grace and cleverness. In the antliem she di'd particularly fine-work- at the"' organ.' . :,. Regina is to have two more hotels, one to. coXt, $250,0,00.,,: . INVESTORS r. - GQOft flEVB FOR YOU! �-�'���-� - - t ....... .... J ..... - ", " '� � � : - ": Initial Of feringl666 Shares^ Ga^al Stock nff "The Name Itself Suggests Opportiinity" ON THE MARKET TODAY AN EXI^lANAflpN' - ; The Banff Llthla Water Co. ( Limited, with Banff,as proposed/ headquarters, has been incorporated. i| rider the Canadian Companies Act of .1906, with an ^uthorizedlckpitaj^of'^ adequately supplying the Canadian as well as American trade with' a' superior' aerated'table water water pronounced by eminent analysts as one of the finest on the continent. The accompanying illustration shows v Proposed Plant of the Banff'Lithia Water Co., Limited to be located In Banff and in full swing by May 1st, i913. Every' up-to-the-minute mechanical device for charging, bottling and shipping this water and by-products;(such as.Ginger Ale, oda, Kola Water and Lixine) will be Installed. The Managing Director of this Company has,been in. close touch with Messrs. Cantrell & Cochrane of Belfast, Ireland.,'f6r ten-! years, as Iwell: as olHer > world- famous manufacturers of aerated waters, In Belfast. Meihods observed, at others of the . world's best springs will be adopted, and an exper.t chemist' sup plfed through/'Msssfis. 'Cantrell Cochrane,, will supervise every detail of the work. Every step has been taken: thoughtfully and a-tremendous success Is assured. Stock will be at a premium shortly. ^ ^ . . i �.,.,,. , - . 1 : v:":*:''-' "-:'^ '''��',-"'' 1: . ''�:,.''''' .' " ' . 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