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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 13, THE T.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Five Nights and Wednesday Matinee Commencing Monday, July 15 Special return engagement of the famous English Actress Arid her all-star cast of London players including Mr. Arthur Maude Mrs. Tanqneray." Broken Law." '_ Wednesday Matinee and Evening-'The Marriage of kitty. Passport." 'Magda." olL these attraction, with his persona! guarantee ot their superior excellence. of MARGARET ILLINGTON in Saturday, July 20th. Americans greatest emotional actress. The Shadows of a Great City The 'temptations and dangerous pitfalls. Instructive, entertaining and refined net. A Moial, Heai Mo-Heart Talk of great, intertk to 'all. f 1 o U I 8UFTMI.WOIUIIKE: Something New in Moving Pictures Tlie-fntenValioual Harvester Company is'putting on, a 600-foot, roll of moving the Morris Theatre Legiuning Sfiturclny first and continuing Monday and" Tuesady." The scenes will be har- vesting in the early davVcqmpared with modes of doing work at the present time; also views of the greatest plowing scene pulling Rfty-five Oliver plows., It is the intention of this. Company to reproduce these scenes during the Dry-Fanning Congress hero in October. These views have heon exhibited in all the cities east of Medicine Hat, and go to show the latest improvements in farming. Real, Genuine Bargains for Friday, Saturday, Days Only 20 per cent, discount on all Hammocks, Croquet Sets, Tennis' Eacqucts, Wagons, Eubber Balls, etc. To make room for our new Drug Department we have to reduce our. stock in these lines. KENNY ALLIN, Druggists and Stationers Successors to TV. G. Kenny Phone 1487 314 Fifth Street South THE DRUG HANI GROWS IN PARIS I Working Frightlul Havoc, Mentally, Houses Sell it i Paris July "cocatae and tepium are rotting the heart of Paris Is the scathing indictment made in an articlo .by, Alfred tA- wards the founder of Le Matin, since 'the tragic death last' summer of his wife, the actress, Mme. Lan telme, has been living tarellrement "These drugs" he states, "are In Ml vogue, especially among the glided youth ot the capital, on whom they are working frightful havoc, mentally, morally and physically. "The writer- adds that he was In) duced to sound the ory of alara In consequence ot tho statements of a number of medical friends, who .ee day by day a'prooeMion of. victims Wore or lera Irremediably Injured. Cocaine, lie points out, from being of the grentest benefit to humanity ?n minor .urglcd operation', bocoroo one of its moet fright- (nl Ecourges-lr. Part, at al events The faculty with which It taken has caused It to displace morphine altogether as A means obtaining Asiatic Young pereons of oth sexes says Mr. Edwards, hoping o Install a, minor paradise of Ma- wmet home, take cocaine in arger and larger (iilantltieB without a' y knowledge ot Its effects on the s-.stem This results in fatal acci- dents of dally occurrence, while If hose who become its slaves are not tilled at once, they become in many oases utterly demoralized or brutal- ized. An-Illegal Traffic Although the sale ol v cocaine Is piohiblted like that of morphine irad other and the honest drug- gist refuses to selMt except on a phy- sician's prescription, a certain 'num- ber of. small establishments -purvey it ice-retry, ot elhorbltant prices. "Many .night houses Mont- inartro even sell it Ed- wards' declares. proprietors are enrlshlqg. themselves at the ej- of u-nhappy maniacs seek only new Bensations." The writer makes an appeal to the State to stop once for all this hldeoiw traffic which, be declares, Is sapping the llfebiood of Innumerable young citizens. While the cocaine consumed in Paris 13 imported from Germany tho which constitutes- according to this writer, a not less crying dan- ger hai hem 'brought to the mother country from toe coloniei. 'Nafy officers and common sailors were the it to- bring nto France this habit from Cochin China, and it was at the seapoits especially Toulon, that the firs opium dens were established. To day it is in Paru that this mania rages among society folk of th younger, set. "Enthusiastic yomig men have bachelor in to opium dens o (the latest fashion an dthere la hardly .a qlght restauran whero one does not hear-the question put among the diners, 'Where shal 'e smoke The 5 o'clock it in asserted, I completely supplanted and by tho 10 o'clock opium. Some of these drug fiends Mr. Ed wards concludes, are lu the. habit o taking opium The article.' has; caused a. vtron [celing that steps .must-be .taken Im medlately'to prevent the sale-of th 'absinthes of the In. view o ;he terrible menace which they for for tho future of France, v cannot afford brain-taking NA-DRU-CO Headache Wmlers slop them la quick tlma and clear yaurhod, de not wnlltn either phenacelln, acelanllld, morphine, i opium or any other danioroua drug. 2Sc. i bet al 1 your .r 3 flftTIOftM. CptWCH C9. 9f lIHITii. PORTAGE MAN TO SUCCEED RUTHERFOR CLIFTON R. WOOLDRIDGE Better known as CHICAGO'S SHERLOCK HOLMES'America's Foremost Detective, illustrating hi. thrilling and exciting adven- tures during hb 20 year.' service a member of the CHICASO POLICE DEPARTMENT.' SONS IV MISS OLIVE The Red Cross Martyr A PICTURE PHE AUDACITY of the theatrical L adiance agent is at times-provo- cative of much disappointment and 'dissatisfaction. The other even- ng one had the privilege of witness Bg a performance of Geoige Barr fcCutcheon's famous by company of pflpnte v ho were sup- posed to have had some ability on the ramatic stage ''The press junk hand- d out bj the man in of the how, gave the public the impiesslon hat -this same company had previous- met with "considerable" success in producing the play at Pittaburg, Buf- alo, Toronto, and other large theat- ical centres. "Amy the well- known Chicago critic, Is said to have expressed approval with the perform- ance ot the play bFthis identical com- pany, which appeared hers last Wed- evening. If this be so, I am afraid" my respect for the Chicago critic will not amount to very much n future. My view is, however, that the present compan; 1 ivhich refer- ence Is here never saw the in- side of the Shidebnker Theatre, Chi- cago, from where they are supposed to have coins It has been remarked time after time in this column that the theatrical manager who comes to Letbbridgc with any old kind of a pro- duction, must take the consequences which go with unfavorable criticism The audience the'other evening saw a fine play tpoiled'by an incompetent cast, If one may eicept two of the players Particularly distressing as he attempt made by one of the ladles In her portrayal of the Princess Yet There is even' indication that thi people in this city will patronize a good theatrical production, but when hard earned money is paid out to see something utterly worthless, It is time to call halt There Is no reflection whatever on the management of thr theatre which Is rather the vie tim of circumstances as a rule One Is to note that thesis tingnlsbed American emotional act ress, Margaret Illington, and her fin company, will be seen here on Sat urday evening, July 20, in Charts Kenyon's successful comedy-drama "Kindling." I can recommend tni play, In which Miss Illlngton assume the character at Maggie Sohnlti, part which won praise of auc men as Alan Dale, the well-know New critic. dlenne had'need for so many years n the'scene In the room at Inverness, n referring to the honor which Ma- ame Modjeska conferred: upon her, i a recent interview Miss Illlngton ild: "It Isn't egotism, is it, to feel that shall some day become as compe- ent to play Lady Macbeth as Mod- eska was? There is well founded rodiction that. I has not he wonderful- Modjeska.- herself :de- lared It? I consider this the very ighest future that, could poislb'ly receh e. Tile mantles nd robes are still laid awas, of ourse, but 'just before' I began to tndy the role of.Maggie Schultz in my ew play, 1 went to my home where lej carefully stored and, foi the rst time, arrayed myself in them I annoi describe my feelings as I saw ij-self in the miiror wearing the man- le of Modjeska, which has always eenied'sueh a sacred possession to me." That Miss Illlngton is well qualified or the future greatness which Ma- ame Modjeska. prophesied {or her, s evidenced by her success, in many mportant -oles as well as for work in "Macbeth." Prior to her appearance "A .lap- Ottawa, George Hil- ton, chief assistant ID tho'health of animals branch ot mrlouUural de- partment, and whs teu been for tame time- actlng'.rettrlury general, will, according to aia anttiorluilve state- ment thin moretsj, th. posi- tion o( reterlatrr HWMfU, neecs- lion to Dr, MtkMferf, ilgned to go Mr. RUioa, hit WM fMiarat About Marj.r.1 Winjton What greater compliment could great tragedienne upon retiring from the stage offer a young sister'actrea than to bestow upon her the mantle and robes which she In pr aentatlon of a repertoire of Shake peare'n ImmorUl t-lays? This hll honor WM upon Margare Illlngion MiJUM ModlMka, who, afte xtdrnf young woman the walking" from declared MUs tan to tnV tumea. "h Madame Modjwka al cottuBW to Ml" Illlngton latter'a In the "MachMh given In Tort few anonf then bttff the Mictwth ma.- U.' Roekllod'. attire and Viola's bab- Majestic Theatre TO-NIGHT, JESSE JAMES PRICES 75e and SOc; Gallery 25e. Seat Salt at Bochon'i NEXT Illlngton, July Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mgs. Doc., Musical Director Beopens Tuesday September 3rd CONSERVATORY HESIDENC6 for young lady students la being greatly rgefl and will be ready for the opening. Year Book, 170 pages, mailed on ap- plication. parch- llMt. Th. (Kt Iwluded various lit- ALMA COLLEGE Is a delightful, healthful home a: well as a noted education- al institution. Curriculum In- cludes, Classics, Elocution, Music, Art, Household and Commercial coUrMa. Write the Principal for Prospectus. Fall Semwter, begins Sept. 9lh. nan. i. WARNER M.A.D.O. anwe at Dalv's Theatre, In 1904, she played a round of lead- ing roles, which ran the entire gamut from light comedy to the depths ot tragedy. Following the Japanese play, she appeared at the head of the rast of "SIrfl. Leffingw ell's a comedy by Augustus Thomas, in Pin- ero'a comedy, "A Wife Without a a strong play by the author of Plnero'a "His House in in which sie sha'red honors with John Thief, as co-star with the late Kyrle Bellew. She achieved the greatest success o! her career to date in "The Thief. Miss Illington and a strong support- ing New York cast be seen In Charles Kenyon's famous play 'Kindt 'at the Majestic Theatre on Sat- urday, July 20. There ought to be a capacity audience for this engage- ment, which is the most Important of the season here. Famous Oetectlvt Here Clifton H Woolndge, foi more "than 20 years was conspicuous in tho police service of Chicago, ur.d who Wn for himself'the reputation OE be- ing one of the shrewdest and most successful detectives of modern times, will arrive In Ixsthbridge next week. He is now retired from active ser- vice and puts in his time filling lec- ture engagements and in pushing the sales of several books be writ- ten He came here lo fill an engage- ment at Starland theatre, where each performance he will deliver i based Mpon stirring incidents It is he his raided and pul 0111 of business ot wine rooms bucket shops, opium joints, disrepu table houses, turf frauds, bogus char ily swlndl-ers, fake mushroom tanks bogus insuranc swindlers, and brought murderers and of ev ery description to the bar of justice Big Theatrical Week Miss Crawley and her English play era will present "ThV Second Mrs Tenqiu'ray" at the Majestic on Mon day evening. This social drama, bj 3ir Arthur Wing Plneio, ,has earned Its title of "tho greatest mod ern drama of the century." Last yea discussion on this point at the Ch! eago University was decided in favo of "The Second Mrs. b: a voU'ot two to one nny othe play. It was this play which mad the name of one ot England's greal eat Mrs. Patrick Campbel and one whom Miss Crawley muc! resembles. Miss Crawley more ambition than to be a copyist, and yet In th last yew. b'as played five of Mrs. Campbell's parts, viz, M-Hiinrf. In and Mrs. titry Broken MM. Tanqueiay, Hedda and Shakes. peare's Juliet, and in the first two plays she made first productions in America. Miss Crsiwley and-her company ap1 peured here recently In Oscar Wilde's "The Broken and her engage .lent, which commences on Monday, or five nights, ought audiences. _; WHITE CAMADA Sailings Inm Montrail Saturday tor Ousbtc Megantic July Aug. 3, Aug. 31 Teutonic July 13, Auj. 10, 7. Laurtntle July 20, 17, Canada July Aug. J4, S.8. LAUBtNTIC, S.S. MESANTIC Largest lid Flntat iteamers In Canadian trade. Staunch and eMady. Bicellent aqcommodatlona SERVICE SS Teutonic and SS. 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