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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRtBViE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Mon. and Tues., March 3�4 Matinee Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m. "LA- GRACIOSA" Splendid, Spet^tacular Novelty- "Visions In Fairyland" "DONITA" ASSISTED BY JACK CHIPPIN BILLY EliLlOTT' AND GRIM HARRY-Two Shades, of Cork Prices: 35c, 50c and 76c. tiOc and 750 Seats can be booked after niglit of the peTformanoe. � WMMWiMiffliiiiiwwiwrtwiwiiM . . RIZA?. & ATI MA Flexible Equilibrists , Two Shows Nightly MR. CHAS. GIUL & CO, Present "The Devil, the Servant and the Man" ONE REEL OF ANIMATED PICTURES First Curtain 7.30 10 o'clock each day and, will be held up till 9 o'clock on the - Book your seats early; as the demand is good. it 'Drives- Away the Blues "Girl From Tokio" is Play Replete With Situations Intensely Funny Audience Was Immensely Pleased - Other Theatrical Attractions Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-The Kentucky Fued- TbrtUlng .Drama. 2.-Hor Dressmaker's Bills. S.-McKuIck, the Sleuth-Two rattling good comedies 4.-Father-^Beautiful drama. B__Just Like the West. 6.-Ole the Hypnotist. -10 cents and 15 cents rOMlNG-"The Man They Scorned" 'in two reels. Bijou Theatre -Showing-Last Time Today- Best program In the city. ""THE DELAYED LETTER" , "A FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE"-U-wo Strong Dramatic Productions; Bfl|DGET'S SUDDEN WEALTH j_ � AND- ' STRONG ARM NELLIE Two Snappy Comedies Queer Races and Places in New York, and The Y. M. C. A. Playground at ' - Lynchburg, Va.- Watch this Space for Monday's Program. Evening Prices: , 15c and 10c. Preisz. Bijou! 5rPiece Orchestra �Music Unexcelled: ' MAJEfriG THEATRE First Time in Canada. The Laughing event of the year. Frank A, Miller Presents the Mirth-Provoking German Farce. 'THE dJRli, FROM TOKIO' One Year at the Court Theatre, Berlin, Germany. English version by Frank TannehllT, jr., and George W, Barnum A fiollickingv Boystering Fuu Maker, Screamingly Ifunny-Absolutely Clean, Presented by a capable company of Competent Metropolitan Players. � PRICES:.......;;. ....... ... ... $1.50, $1.00, 75c. and 50 cents. *. Seats on Sale Kennjr.& Allin'.'i Drug & Book Store, TODAY-LAS-T TIME "The Human. Vulture" "BATTLE- OF vWHO-RUN" GAUMONTMEEKLY ; Farevirell-Night-i>f;? �;' MISS AMY LAWRENCE AND TUESDAY "The Massacre" MARVELLOUS, THRILLING, SENSATIONAL 1' Great Program at Starland Positively tlierfunniest and most tmusiial comedy ever made 'is being shown- at Starland -today.for the last, tim�, ^this being "Tbe, Battle of Who .Run;'f produced by the'; famous Key-st07'p compaaiy, with Miss Mabel Nor-mand, the favorite coraedienn�, In' the leading role. It is one lou'g scream all through, and is by far, tha-bestpver, shown in this city. On the same bill, is also being: shown!the sensational; mining melodriiina,. VMie Human Vultures," and the latestiOopy Of the ipop-ular Gaumont "Weekly Gazette. ^ Mt-pReform Spring Suitsjmd Overcoats Made To Your Measure ^jy^E are tailors, first of all. Of : - course, the bulk of our. business liesinsiifiplying Suits and Overcoats that arc complete in every detail. B .11+ UT ijf 'you "prefer ,;gVirment3 .designed, cut and tailored to S..your^*ndi.vidual order, the great Fit-(''^'A'-'.^.^Reform/tailoiing organization*is at - ' ,'your, service.' ' g'EING' in , close touch with the , ' " , , , ' style, centers of - 'London and r. ^e,w Yprjk, ^we arc able to suggest , niarCy,, .rjqifelties .for . your approval.. � 'i^HJR TaJnge of �patterns includes ^, about three hundred difFerent  designs *iri'" medium :priced and fine .importe^wfabrics. *" J � i 'i , V . '^^^ guarantee the fit, jusi; as. we' z guarantee the-fabric and work:^ '.rpanship. of every garment we make ' to your order. - 729 mi Irresistibly funny and replete with complex situations, tlu! farce comedy "The Girl from Toklo" provided unlimited amusement for the large audience, who attended the Majestic last evening., ' Tlio plot is filmplc. .Mr. .'uul Mi-s. Barley Swift, have tim liit.tcr'H sl.stor and maiden aimt liviii;,' with them. Mrs, Swift receives word that hef stepmother whom sho and ,\Io11ih have never seen is about to viau, tlmiii. The stepmother comes lioiii I okio and was formerly a swoetlieurt ot Barley Swift, who has al�-aja iii:jlsted to his wile, who is madly jeivlons, that she is hi8 one and only lovo. .\ governess engaged for Moliie is expected the day the widow, arrives. The widow pretends she is the sovcrncss and tlie arrival of the.real Miss Jlorgan later causes no end of complications. Running through the whole is the love story of Mr. Cutting, Swift's friend, and Mollle and taut ot ,Profes-Bor Christain. Manners, and the maiden aunt. Count do Hrissac, in loVe with the widow, is detormilneid to kill anyone who pays her the least attention and keeps someone terrorized most of the.tiine. Miss Julia Morton as Nancy Noyes, the widow .carried out tiie part of flirt to perfection and to the utter discomfort of those on whom she used her wiles.' Edmunrl B^or'def as Barley Switt, in all the trouble, lived up to the part of a man hopelessly entangled by bis owa prevarications. John Raymond as Prof. Chrlstait Manners, who took to drink to obtaii courage to propose ,:to Miss Aurelia kept the audience Jn fits of laughter while iMlss Lee Hobbs Martin, as th� maiden, aunt, acted well the part of � sour, suspicious man-hater, who trust ed no man. . Prank Cutting; Swift's friend per formed with ^abandon and lived bi� part, winning'frequent applause. The I other characters, filling more or less minor, inosltiions, ; held up the high standard of .the'acting. ' Those who would enjoy a good laugh should vlsit^ the Majestic foj the closing performance this even- Monarch Theatre A programme-ot exceptional merit has been provided'for Saturday afternoon and evening _at this cozy theatre. The comedy end'^of' the programme is well maintanted^tJKrtWQ-rattling good reels, contaluinB?faur dandy comedle's. Two dramas will also be shown, including the Rex feature "The Kenr tucky Fued." This great production is con-tidently offered by the management as being a feal treat and bound to meet Wiith- approval from,.all that see it. The Monarch ladies' orchestra is dally becoming more popular, and will provide music of a high-class and suitalile nature. "Watch for the splen-di(3 military feature coming next week, "The Man They Scorned," In two � reeis. Pantages Vaudeville The lieadllner 'for .: Monday and Tuesday at the Morris.'Theatre will' be,Gertrude Rinaldo as "La Gtaciosa," in'an electro-scenic production, "Visions in Fairyland," a novel act comprising a series of; brilliant transformations, ,. o - .  / : ; JPourteen tjeautiful. drop curtains, wblch'Were made by a prominent Jap-an�se artist, will bevused in ithis gor-pgeous? spectacle, all of which are of the ipost intricate nature. . Miss Rinaldo is a beautiful,young woman who made the artistic world-of Paris bum :wltli praises of lier. inconiparablQ flgr, ure, grace of movement and person-, allty. , . ; . The other attractions ; wil^, be, "Donita," the nifty.girl, assisted by'-Jack Crlppen. ;. Billy Elliott and Gumm,.Harry, twO shades of cork, will provide a hearty laugh.  ! � Rizal and Atinia,.flexible equilibrists: An extra added'-attraction 'will be, Mr; Charles Gill and/.Company %pre-; senting'"The Devil; the Servant andi the Man," direct from ,'Hammerstein's' TheKti-evNew "Ifork,, This sketch con-; talTisone of the strongest morals pos-; sible to 'portray, namely, the. sanctity; of the home, and those vmissing this opportunity of witnessing, the performance -will surely regret It, � ' "Seat- sale now open. Book early. There will be a matinee on Tuesday at 2.30 at which aU seats will be 25c. At the Bijou Monday and Tuesday � ThOi. opediug program:-, ,for next-week at this popular-f-'.amusement' house-Is one that,wiU-EatiBfyrthe most' fastidious. The -plc-tur^^, .exhibited are-'the .'choicest of ,the->movlng-picture studios and the th.eatre-going public: can'always rely it It' -Is- at-tbe- Bijou it -is-so; ai nothing is advertised that |s �not really: up to- stand-ardi as- it is t^ie: anp'bifion-of the manag�ment 'to give the public only.-itheibestcas well as :lba^]atest, and every-possible care isv,Used--^iR-. thQ selection of ea^h pro-gr4,m.5iNot}iing is more dlstrepsing to. the'-eye or annoying to .the tempera-msnt'to see advertised a,certain sab-ijecf'and to-find that-special subject not^at-al| represented by the lobby (display. :it Is to be regretted In many ^Infltancp^ ;that: this .kind -o'f,-,a'dv6r,Us-, Ing is done, as it dons much to prejudice -th?,' public against' p-ioture j'ho"uses,a^fi place^.pl aniusement. The majiagem�nt..iOf .the- BlJou.'gunTautse: always a;flrB4; class propramiiS2 Adelaide S^, London, Qrit Brooklyn, l�f.Y,-^?'I was b.ling all the time and did not know what^e matlier was. I lykpted a baby but injr 'health would riot p'eijnit''it;'t I was hervous, niyi side ached'-and;! was all run "down'.' I heard>hatLyd|a,E.PinkhaTn'S"ypgetabls: Compound;�vraS'^66d "and tbbk the'me'di-: dne.' I-havi'n'owBa'beautifurb'aby'tarid "The Car Ahead'* T TUDHOPH "4-36" Electric Liglitini, $1,625 i.o.b. OrilHa $1,625 ,,,, Why add 35%? ^^^''y":. "^O own a .car with the g-^ner* ous proportions and finish of the Tudhope "4-36"-a car . with the same power-a car that will give as reliable .service, you will have to add 35% to this pricei UNLESS-j>oH buy the Tudhope at the Tudhope duty-saving price. � ; Tudhope measure would not be ;|; possible if we did not make the cars in Canada. TUDHOPE "4-36" has Grav & Davis V Electric Lighting-a 115-inch wneeU.base- 34 X 4 tires-demountable rims-doubJe-drop frame. Long-stroke motor (4 x 4^) cast ^ en bloc. Full'elliptic rear springs and shock absorbers. Highest grade, complete equip' ment. Speedometer and extra tire. 5 Past, enjrer Touring Body and 2 Passenger Torpedo Roadster, $1,625 fo.b. Oriliia. TUDHOPE "6-48" with complete equip- H ment, Gray &- Davis Electric Lighting and - j Cranking, extraTire. $2,500 f.o,b. Grillia. s81 The TUDHOPE MOTOR CO.. Umited. ORILUA, CmIi^V Tudhope, Anderson & Co., Ltd. Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Lethbrldge, Swift purrent. ,1; MM The Motor^Cycle That Leads Big Yale, single twin; powerful -long-stroke motoi\ Bosch-Waterr'-f pr:;of Magneto, Mechanical Oil' Pump, Threerinoh ?Tirei-(AMtomd^" bile size) with: hinged-rear:mudguard.- � Y-A..Shook';Ab*>rber?-:yi:Mdlf* Great: in--creases; in ,the r importation of' Ame_ri-| can lumbeif over- those'of 1911 wer^, proved by .figuresiand Ifc.was-olalmedi' that- Arae-! ans were: selling millloiis?-ot feet of lumber beJo;w .oosfJ.oh, the 'Canadian sid^ of the'line. , ;v'J.:.;S. Rabsou, .of.:the.'i,..TirabaTlandi Lumber Co.* chairman ;otjthe- coni'mit-s tee, stated that he Itnew-ofTai'saleln.:' Calgary ot 16,000,000 feet.ot lumbfer at. $16 a tliousand.-Coast manufacture'rs.' would have to pay- from,$10 to; fll.,.a] thousand in freight fvloue. He: also'; knew of. millions of feet of-,lumbQri sold on this side of the line by;-Amerl-; cans at $5.50 f.o.b., which .was" less I thap the cost ot logs.-  ' ' ; � Import .-figures ircm, the; U;:.S,: A.: v/ere-quoted {IsifoUows:-, - ' ' � 19111912 Pitch.pine ...... 55,000,000 67,0OO,OOOi Timber .. ... 158,000 430,000 Lath ------;. .. ..'.65,000,000 .80,000,000. Shingles .. .'. . -46,000,000 146,000,000 Free t-lumbeK''.:."; 311 ,-000,000;'859,000i000ii Dutiatile lumber'43.000,000 64,ro0,000 ;; ^The-reasbn for; thifl i-e'ciIpdUion: of af--fairs was' state'd to be* the condition of;th4!. lumbei^ Itidufitry-iA.'^-tVaBhlng-, ton, and Oregon.  ,Tha'/home deiasindi ;ln:ytheW:;!?tat9^l;hi|,a:iheea%�ry^:H s^ld Mr.- Robflon.Vdurln'g the^ past twos years.- _� Tb� mHIa-Tvere --forced ^to' mills, 'woodworking oompanie*''andj'',f/3 logging camps Thlp -vyrould reipr,e8|nt( * in wages-about $3,000,000 and an out-put of 360,000,000 feet of lumber" 'brj ^ ,. nearly one-quarter of tbe whole ovi^-,^^M -put of British Columbia. ^^ \i;'^M ' -^""^^'''"iKSS The build ng permits, tor the nio^fei^ ot January in North BattlefptijVMj 500 per cent greater than thccorres pondmg month ^ The first child born,in. Harlattt '^taf' 'the starting of the T, settlement 1909, is the fion 61-Mt, jJ^ilBB.*!^-.^)., .whole place i3GVjJ� 'The �iunny Friend for "^"ywrif^XM taUlbit relief for Croup" and'/WfuopUsTtiCi Two level " lois,/7fch'' ' Avenue-Soiitli, ''neav. ;