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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Txiesday, Marcli 18, 1913 the lethbribge daily herald Page 3 "The Message in the Cocoanut" (Two Reels) "Her Only Son" DRAMA "The Widow" COMEDY LOUJ8E ELLlpTTE ainfllng "KILL THAT BEAR" Exti'a Special Aimoiincement Tomoi'i'ow and Thursday A FEATURE EVEN BETTER THAN "THE MASSACRE" "The Lure of the Violin" IN THREE REELS SPBCI'AL NOTC: We wish to assure our many patrons that this feature la one of the very beait we have aver secured, ft is produced on a treraeiidbua scale-with over five hundred people in the cast -is in iUty splendid acencs and the plot is positively one loiiji; sensation aft-or aensatJon. After ynu have seen it, wo feel assured that you will agree wtth us -when we aay It Is: "A POSITIVE fERFECT FEATURE" USUAL PRICES OF ADMISSION WILL PREVAIL kSEE our lobby tomorrow iSH CiCERT ILL AIIENDED PROGRAM WAS EXCELLENI Musical Features Fine--An Eloquent Lecture by Mr. , T).H. Elton , "thoSt, Patriok'B Conoerlgriven. under the aUBplces of the City Band In Ittie Majestic Theatre last night was El decided sucoess. The .City Band ucQulttod them-Helves exceedingly well and met fully the eKpoctutlons entertained of them. The rendition of seyisral, pieces was mft with hearty, applause, and espac-. ialiy the real" old familiar Irl�h bunesf, sitcti as "Birlh-go-Bragh," as arranged Tay the director; Mr. Fwuik GHne, "Donnybrook" and "Topo* the Morning," while "Irish Beauties,*' the sextet ftoni liueia, "The Hussar's Dreatri" and "Stephaai"/were: equally well, appreciated.. , 'The,band deserve great credit for the manner in' which they perfOTnaed, �nd Mr, Ollne will come In for a large share of this, for only by unMr-In^ effort on the part of the conductor could such even harmony develop. Q. H. Fleming saaig "|lo�le Dar-*llng," In his usual clever stylo, aund responded to a hearty encore with ''Mother McCfee," ; . Jng ^Wtdfe''by a, Stbultless aocomponiment made her exceedingly enjoyable, She aang "Ah Irish love Song" and "KlllaAaey," Mid responded to two encore^, mUdng* an exoel-, l�nt impression vriih eaoli. � Mr. Sara SadowsW gave a vtolln fjBolo, "The Son of the Pusta," which ' Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money H Jt falls to cure. B. "W, GROVE'S Blgaature on each- 'hox. 25c. observe from the program that; fearful lest I might disclose, my English nationality on this auspioloug occasion, they have. eliminatQd the asper-ite from ray, cognomen a;itogether. I am still further convinced that the committee could find ho Irishman in the city who would take the jo'b on With the time limit ajtabhed, so tiat I feel somewhat like the Unglish archdeacon who, unable;to supply a minister for a sermon at a rural church, went himseli!. After the service .tie church warden thanked him on behalf of. the po*i!gregation', saying; "It's very kind of you, sir, and we all feel that it is tor you to come yourself, but we fjB'el,we.could have done with' a much wofae'� jireaoher than you-1� we eoiM have found one." ' ' ; ��' V � "Ireland and Irfijh music' in- eight minutes! No one but..aii.; 'Irishman or a ba.Bd9maii'would ask any'other man, especially, ah Englishman, to undertake such a gigantic psoposl-tion. Wr a. aprt of an Irish, hull that only a Johmny Bull would-../tackle. Taking for my text th^a, "Brevity is tho'SOUl of wit,"" and ''Ireiind'is the soil of It," i�t us proceed to talk for a momeat or two from Ireldnd, not 'daring to presume to talk of or even about the dear old.sod. "Oni this particular day of all days in the year, III every:.-land and clime, diid among all nations, kindreds, tonguesand people,; groups gather,to honor .the patrom aaint of Ireland and the dear old motherland. 'Today mark� afeBtlval in Irish history that Is b6th religious .and national. More 'than foirrteian hundred years agbj so history records, a simple, Bubtlme young man, foli of faith and courage, beliavlnfif to tbe power of God to redeem and mve, walked through. Ire-laad, pre�,and ward the old land and keep the hearts of her mothers as pure and sweet as they are today and the armst'of, her sons as strong, till the f^i'tg'; that never faltered Is justified-tin the passionate longing is satisfied at last." There was a goodly attendance, and judging from the general air of approval manifested; the band will only need to name .the date of their next.concfert and it "Will be thoroughly advertised by those who were present last night. THE GREAT LAUGH PRODUCERS Herald Square Entertainersl A Most Enjoyable Evening's Amusement Under the-Auspices of - , i knox sunday school S. O.E. Hall, Friday, March 21 DON'T MISS IT I ADMISSION: $1,00, 75c, and 50c.-or any Sunday School Members. -Tickets can be purchased from Ridpath, the tailor. honor the saintly Plot or Frank CV'the highest and best education first bro'ught the light to Ireland, a , th^ I^ighes a d ^^^^^^^^^ light that shall.last there tin all the lights of the world go out. 1 think itJie poet must hare had In mind suoh a noble ao.d estimable character o� Saint Pati'iok when he said:  Count nae o'er earth's chosen heroeat i'hey were souls who stood alone, (�WJiHe the men they agonized for Hurled the contumelious stone, Stood serene and dowin the future. Saw the golden beam incline To the side of perfect justice Mastered by their faith divine, By one man's jxlaln tn*th to manhood, -Anl to Ood's'supreme "design. ' "One of tbie profesabrs of a leading unlverBity recently - said: "Progresi* in: the world; is.-.lHfc the development of plant life. There are three periods of growth. The liiat Is ,ln t}ie -soil- growth by the root..' The second Is look years younger! gray hair darkened beautifully with sage AV3 SAGE AND SULPHUR WILL.glgtsmake.thisirrown, but Itian't near-8T0P >fALLINQ HAIR AND ly ao nice aa "Wyeth's". - i rijRP DANnRiiPP Wthlle wispy, gray faded hair iB not CURE DANDRUFF ^ ^, desire to � retain our -, youthful appearance aid � attra^tive- , Goramongarden sage brewed into a hess. By darkeiilrig-your hklr with : heavy tea. wltfh sulphur ' and alcohol wyeth's Sage and '^uTphur'no-one can added, then left to age and carefully toll, because It doe^'lti so naturally; filtered, will turn gray, streaked and gj, evenly. You just, dartipen .^a spoTige faded,hair beautifully dark and luxur- or soft brush and draw It through nut; ,i:e.mpve eVery. bit of dandruff, youj-hair, "takliig one small-strand at stop: soalpjtching. and falling hair. -i time. Do thi^ tonight amjl by moi-n-,I�8t a few, applications will* prove a Ing all gray ihalrs have dlsa^ipeared, revelation If your hair is fading, gray after .auotiher-'application or two It .or dry, scraggy and thin. Mixing tlhe.will be restored to- Its. najtujal color Sage Tea -and Sulphur recipe at home and he, e^ven .niore ..gjflssif,.j soft and 'though', la rtroubleaomo. An easier way luxuriant than'ever. .>. ,� i6.'to: gpt.the readyrtoruse tonic cost- Local druggists say they are selling about 60' cents a large bottle at Ing lots of "Wynth's sJiee nnd Sul-; ,dnug:stores,:'knowu.,a8 ."Wyeth's Sage phur'.'; and it surely :h�(^p|^,;fqjkp ap-. and iSulphuri, Hair' Remedy,"  thus pear yeera younger. 'Agents, Ji D. ; tkYoldiuBiti lot ot.mum Some drug; Hisinbotham & Comp(?,ny, K when they imbibe and inculcate the true sentiments, deep pathos; beau-tiul thoughts and patriotic aspira^ tioTis, of � men like Thomas Moore. ' Moore not only excites anid enlivens, he educates and 'elevates the soul. In i is Irish melodies Is one poem which although frequently left out "of view nevertheless for the Intense energy of expression is not surpassed by. anything In Byron. I refer to that beautiful little � love � soanet, "Come rest in this Bosom," While admitting to- him a superabundance  of fancy, Mooi'e has been somewhat denied the great gij.'t of imagination. This is probably due to th fact that the fancy of this poet far predominates ail his other faculties and the fancy o� all other men. But. it is a mistake to think him fancifiil oinly. Speaking of his Imagination, Edgar Allen Poo says: "In the compass of the English language I can find no IDoem more profoundly, mere wlerdly Imaginative ' in the best sense than Moore's llhes commencing-, 'I wish I wore by that dim lake.'." , This is the author of. Lalla Uookh, 'Canadian Boat Song, Miriam's Song, Meeting'of the Waters, Love's Young Dream, Loves of the Angels, Rhymes of the Road, The Last Rose of Summer, 6ft' in the Stilly Night,. etc. Though Moore and kindred spirits Ireland has become proverbially the Island of song, and justly entitled is Ireland to this honor. If music marks Christ-laTilty and enlightenment, then may Ireland proudly boast of a well developed ancient civilization. "Speaking 'of Ireland  in ' general terms, 'with the brief time at my disposal tonight, I' do 'not feel that I can^ do ibetter. than call your attention to: the words of Daniel O'Connel. He v.ui, i'viKf.liig in, .the historic county of Klldare d.elivering that' famous apeeoh, "Ireland, a Couatry BAPTIST MINISTER RESIGNS Regina, Sask., March IC-Rev. S. J. Farmer, pastor of the First Baptist Church, caused somewhat of a sensa-tlo(n; tor.lsht, when he announced his resignatiwi'to take effect on May IB. No reason was given, ex'ceptliig that Mr. Farmer did nob Intend to leave the city. You Want the Most in Style tailoring and wear that your money commands. ^ You can easily get it in wear, but you are aire of it in Style and Tailoring-here. I The spring overcoat and suit illustrated can ba had in 200 patterns of \yorsteds. Vicunas or fancy Tweeds, made to your individual netsurentents by us. $15 to $35 .�9 RIDPATH N-Cash Tailor 315 6th Streets., Lethbridge At the Morris The Juvenile Bostonlans will open tonight on a three nights' engagement at this theatre with a performance of "The Dream Girl." Tomorrow night they will present "The Princess Chic,' a delightful, tuneful, sparkling comedy. The novelty of seeing these clever youngsters in a piece that has only been put on before by star casts from New York adds greatly to the attraction, but the gi'eatest feature of>ali Is the bewitching manner in which these young ladies sing the difficult score and handle the heavy male parts. The same coatuiiier and scenic artist who put out the New York production were engaged to put oud the production for the Bostonlans and every detail Is exactly as pr'eaentitd in New York, 'jvlth the exception of the added novelty of the cast being all girls. There is little doubt that there is a treat in store for local music lovers when tlie "Princess Chic" Is presented here on Wednesday night.  .� "The Lure of the Violin" at Starland One of the very best three-reel features ever secured by the managemnt ol Starland 1b. "Th Lure of the Violin" which will be thg special attraction at Starlamd on tomorrow and Thursday. The management of this popular theatre, even go so far as to assert that this Is even better than "The Massacre," the, recent feature which aroused such favorable comment. Countless secenes of Indesc'ribable epoctacularism accentuate the action of this production, whilst the story is thrilling, and admirably portrayed by the celebrated Broncho Company. A cast of over five hiimdred peo^jle is used in its presentation, which requires more than fifty elaborate scenes in its depiction. Taking everything relative to this immense,feature into consideration, the management has no hesitation Im strongly recommending this to their many patrons, for it really a feature worth while. In spite of the extra cqst of securing "The Lure of the 'Violin" for presentation here, the usual prices of admission will prevail, it being the policy of the theatre to always maintain the . same scale of admission. Miss Louise Elliotte, who by this time, has proven herself -to be a firm favorite, will be heard In the big song flucoeas, "I'd do as much for you." _ � At the Bijou Have you seen the opening programme for this week. It Is remarkably good, and Miss B. Linley Jones' rendering of that pretty Irish song, "My Klllarney Rose," brings down the house. Come and hear her. For Wednesday and Thursday, .our old friend an& favorite, John Bunny, will be seen in a clever series Of comedy pictures; In -which is Introduced that clever canine Jean, the 'Vita-graph dog. For a pleasant evening a visit to the Bijou is .recommended.You will surely com� again. Prices flf--teen and ten- cents; boxes, twenty-five cents. Speola'l matinee on Saturday, children five-cents. - Be sure and get your oo'upooa for "Mutt and Jeff" performance;. six seats are to be given; away, and you may be a winner. "the Baeholorfs Baby" at thp Majestk In connection with 'the engagement of this New York: .comedy, 'success, on Friday and Satiirdas;,-March 21 and 22; arrangements have-beein ma^e for a special - school children's matinee on Saturday, at 2.30. p.m. All .school children will be adrtlltted to any sbat In ilihe houaeat 26;'centBj The perfcrm-r ance la one thatw 1,11 apjyeal to/and-inr teres.t tbe children, as the story evolves TOu^d?.a'ohlia; the part--b^lng ^laken 'by the cleverest child actross^of today, Baby Wilson. This talented lit tie lady.: U only fdx ysftru �: ot iags,?''.'|j,4 MORRIS THEATRE .--_--_- - ; Three Nights, commencing To-night The Juvenile Bostonlans In "The bream Girl" Wednesday "The Princess Chic" Kirke Jja Shelle and Julian Edwards New York Success. . . . ^ Thursday ''Olivette" Audran's Comic Opera ........... -. . Prices: - - - ,$1.00, 75c, and 50Ci ^Plan of Seats at Booking,, Offi,oe - .i.^ '-;v ' Spring Seed For Sale AU Varieties of Grain _:______^Liiii_^____:____L__:__j____ . ~'ri-- Start Right and Assure a Good Crop by Sowing Good Seed > '" 4,000 BUSHELS SEED OAT8-r-.451bB to the buBhel,.-Govemment-iila : germination test, 99% In 7 days, ' , ,/j 2,000 BUSHELS SEED BARLEY-99% In 4 days. ' , ' 3000 BUSHELS SEED POTATOES, Green Moiuntains...Early OWtt;v.^': etc., sorted and graded. � -; -i,.. Book yourorders NOW and secure your seed.- -- � ''h;: _,_i_ . '..i, Hyde & Saunders i Produoe and '"Commission Merchants, 1231 Second Ave, - : V .il P. O. BOX 112 � PHONE 1244 \ is gifted with a talent for acting that critics all over tbe American contln-; net are loud In their praise. For some time she was enga'ged in posing: fpr-chlld parts with th� best moiioa play maiautacturers, and has beon seen, In photo-play many times. Don't miss the opportunity, of seeing ;her In .par-, son. The whole -perfofmeJice ,lp given by a talented company, and Is: r&\ commended by Manager Wilson aa the best attraction so far this season; Secure your seats- early. FOUR BOMBS WERE SENT TO EDITORS BUT THEY EXPLODED IN POSST OFFICE AND THREE SORTANG.; CLERKS WERE KILLED RAILWAY , CLERKS > ORaANiZEbn^l Moose Jaw, March 16.-At a meejfci ''^^^^ ing here on- SjUurday,,-where,^350:'-T.�iflj;'fi;i| way clerks of. tbe four western-proyJ,cifo addressed to 'the editorsroE-' the* Buff-lishman, Statesman; Capitol-and I3in-i' Pue. �  - i, NEWSPAPER MAN GOT, JPB Vancouver, B,C, March' 16 ~Q. Lr. Cordon, :,clty; eaitor.tbf::t h,e s^Prtvlruje) has .-tJ}� ^foylnclitl government, ,tliSb'fil*flt^ti>''b'VilhclaV;:ce eor,,for mo>tlnr' plctur^g^i-boidleared 'by the cenpor'B office, In Vancouver 'before vexhlBltioa. , .. , I 31^" Profit WE HAVE,. A V/ELL-LOCAT- , ED STORE . IN THIS CITY -Whloh...:we can,, offer you -toj^w^B $4700; llSOd cashVy' V I'm balance, easy The Doi^sley - MulHeri Ik 6434 85 ;