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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satin-day, May 31.1913 MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT Allardt-Mooser-Woolfdlk Circuit Presents Tabloid Musical Comedy De Luxe EDUCHTIOH. MEDICIHE, SCIENCE, Including EKOIHEEBnra jjrts Summer TIIE LKTIIBKIDGEJDAILY HERALD _, Tagc 3 Made-in-Canada" 1913 Exhibition Train Coming! is the most realistic demonstration of Canada's advance to leadership in manu- factures. 10 Cars Full Of Interesting Exhibits From the leading Canadian Manufacturers we have gathered exhibits of what is newest and best for farm and home. Just a walk through the train will be an education and delight. Make especial note to see the exhibit of Produce from the Mixed Farming Districts of Ontario. EVERYONE WELCOME Make The Exhibition A Family Holiday There will be free .MOVING PICTURES and LANTERN SLIDES. Nearly 100 Fascinating Exhibits. DON'T MISS THIS UNIQUE TREAT WEEK-END OPERA AI Max Bloom Introduced Initial Performance-Two Shows Nightly If the attractions iss (o iircsea; rath Fri aud Saturday during EC "ISMS of the aiiine high of ence as the rSuDny Si'Iy u: lirc presented las: nlghi dt ;ho there Is not the do :he success of the vtncurt i applauded. There will be distinct i.erfortn- acces tonight, f.ret curtain at S.I 5: second at Patrons will kindly r.ole that those -coni'ng into ihe ilrit perfcrmauco may remain during iho second perfonnance if they desire The policy of shc-'as nightly with a matinee each Saturday is a i one, and it is ;to be ilanager Wilson will he faupportfd ia his en deavors'to give the public the beat in tCa amusement world at popular prices, l As many are probably deterred frctn goins oTrfng to the it may be- saicS the theatre Is cool, fuJ! proitslor. being, made for keeping it pleasant nad comfortable. here. CXHtHTINO UNDER TTht tAROEST CANVAS EVB CONVTflUCTtD 3 2 Tn'ai c! Cm." 2 Htidi rf MO Cucti Artirtl Icm'ed. D.lly Eiptuti. for Pio 2Q-PfcjtrORMING SEA UOHS-20 RUTEST RIOilj HOW im WIT tftKSSIC Chin. fk-n I Hr Tflntlpil (UK WKU, OO-REAL FUNNY CLOWNS-OO m Mec AikviO's Dtnts FAMOUS WIZUttTTt FAMILY TEXAS BILL'S WILD WEST menus NEO. STAGE CO Id. TIE kMt m Ml F LAROEST ELEPHANT i HFKTI. lire urcfioi nuicn ci oronrot ever mnioiif o, Two -Clrcttn nntJ Wild One Admission _________' mtt fsstnviLr cxttwr JMIV on snixt ._______ TODAY "On Fortune's. Wheel" (IN TWO A POSITIVE SENSATION "The Girl and The Grafter" Novel Dramatic Presentation "A Game of Poker" Inch 3 Laugh father's Choice' A Merry Mix-up DALLAS ROMANS WILL SING "DOWN IN DEAR OLD NEW ORLEANS" LETHBRIDGE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11 AMERICA'S LARGEST CIRCUS TAKE OUT A Summer Membership AT THE SSIll OCT. I can RFIt WI.I SHOWER BATHS HOT AND COLD'WATER GYMNASIUM READING ROOM BILLIARD ROOM OUTDOOR SPORTS FOUR TENNIS COURTS Tennis Court fee 15.00 exlrl Summer Membership ijii.oo Join Now WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY JUNE'4-th-Sth Prince of Tonight'1 Messrs. Adams and- Hougti the Lcok'Ar.iI lyrics speclaen- lar production 'The Prince of Tonight'' coming io Ihe Majestic Theatre. Tlic mnslr. Is in Joseph K. Howard's i best vein, and the score abounds in numbers that r.ve whistled, the sur- C3l test of them are "Her ".re BJue .for "Tonlshl Will Neier Come Again." -I Wor.der Who's Kissing Her "I Dcu't Want to Marry Your Fam "Can II lie Love." "The Glrlb Thai Can Sever Me "The Best Thine that a Waiter Does is and ''Follow the Rainbow Trail." Tom Arnold nssjmes the title role and "R 111' be by a coaipari> cf srrnc iiflj pwplc. Prices, io cents, 51.00 and SI.50 Seats on sale at Mason Rlsch's Pinno Etorc. "Lorna Doone" at Starfand Next Wed ntsdsy The story, in b'ief, of the remark pble f he-reel pnrtrayal of "Lorna Nnich will be ehown nex and Thursday at Starlan Is'as follows: We first of all ECO Lorna as a little child, and a captho jn the hands o Door.es, a band of outlaws ivh elaln her father ar.d mother, th L'arl and Countess of Tlilgal. She i brought up hy the Dooncs In Igr.or atce of her parentage, and fcnows on ly tho name of Lorna JUoone. finite a child, she first-meets Johi Ridi, the son of a much respectd 'farmer. In later cijltiiial atljchment ripens Into a deep love but John Is not Lorna's only-suitor for the niched Carver Doone elites her with hts attentions, detei mined Io make her his "wife. Luckil for I-orna she finds some prolectloi from Sir Ensor Dcone, the chic of the. clan, who, knowing well whj a wicked man Carver is. guards Hi little maid from his unwelcome woo fng, Sir Ec6or, however, dies suddei ly, but "el befoto ho has met Joh ftldd, and lias obtained Ma' prorr.fa to juard 'ixirna from tho hateful Car wMcli promise John Is only fo reailj- to fulfil. How the faithful John carries ou bis trust, eienlually wins the ban and heart of Loma. who afterward Becomes ibo -IXJUIK tbo manj' marvellous ad- vcrtnrcs, and desperate Incidents he passes through, flhowniKlth won- derful realism In tho .The actual story'In Hlackmore's hook has been faithfully adhettd In, the producUoa In motion tic- iri'cs of "Lorua Dboue" possibly the' ireatost achievement of reccut years. A Grand and Varied Weed-End Pro- gram at the Empress Theatre The new installation "of electric ans in the Empress makes it, now he evenings are getting decidedly on .he stdo, the ccolest and most ileasant, as it Is the most comfortable house to enjoy the passing show, and he program provided for our patrons s a very large (seven pictures) and excellent one. The special two reel feature, "Lore Bevels is a most amusing and comedy drama of a high and was mightily enjoyed by Ihe large audience who witnessed, it 'as', evening, and It should be seen by everyone who enjoys a first class ijcture. "Whimsical People" is a very fine, sample of 'colored, trick photoplay, ;he changes being remarkably g and well displayed, and the classic picture, "The Story of is an- other grand exaniyle of beautiful colored picture plays depicting the costumes of the ancient Greeks f the worship of the old Greek mylh- ology. The picture of "Italian Artillery Grossing the shows in a ir.ott realistic manner the-trials and great difficulties that have to be overcome b> the Italian ami In of the lale -svars is of great interest, -wjng clearly thai In war there are other elements than actual warfare to contend with. MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY NEXT, J-c Comic aiul-Fleshci1 Oifer Gorg'eniis Musical Spectacle OF TO-NIGHT" .By Adams, Hugh and Howard Overflowing with Song Hits and Stunning Girls 13 MUSJCAL NUMBERS AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA EXCELLENT CASTE, WITH The comic section o! the Is very well filled liic Hunter" ar.d "13il] Has a both of are liowtcrs. On Mor.flay next he produced for tho fltr.1 lime in any photoplay house a great two reel rir.ima entitled "Tho depicting scenes ant] in- cidents of (ticnfrlcnl life hehlnd the scenes, and also Miss Irene Allen v.311 he here to delight the hablfuog of this ho'jso of joy. HE WILL INVESTIGATE Paris. May an inu published thTs morning In llic Paris cditicn of the Xe.v York Herald, D'Allly do Vermcull. director of agents die change or fresh officials FICCK brokers, rays thai n mission 13 about to for the U. S. to the situation wMoh resulted in a receiverahlp being appointed for the St. I.ofiis und San Francisco Ily. 50 People Tom Arnold 50 People Pony Ballet of Wonderful Dancers The Changes of Costume and Scene are Bewildering In Their ALL THE GIRLS ARE DREAMS W 'id 0" S3'e st Mason" CUHTAIN RISES AT 8.30 P. M. SHARP. UNIONIST PRESS IS FEELING SORE Lor-cton. May have lllllc io ?ay aiout the reiectlon of tho N'aial kill by Uic Senate. Tho enine StandarJ and tho Clobe. both are agreed that i coniliiLiticnal i.ow opens in CnnaiiJ, and the Mall Gazette, tiUo rnioaisU along isith Ihc Globe, dorlares that now the fhips cannot comft from it i? tin to night llou. i Winston Sjipi.ccr Churchill to provide jthcai all. Tbc three paiiers studiously rclrain from expressing an opinion ns merits of Canadian dispute, "a though tlie Keening Standard regrets that "a Itnrerial nialter pho Oracged 'u thn flnm sweat of rarty iiollllcs." I GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM AT THIi "LOVE LEVELS, ;tnost amusing Ho reel drama, now Ehonn for (lie first tiiue'in any photo lionsc "THE MIGHTY stirring Animal Drama "THE LITTLE DCople OF Artillery erasing the Alps. "BILL HAS 'A BATH" -A (ruly great program sine to please alt. Monday Next, another gfeal two-reel feature, also first Pro- duction. MISS IRENE ALLEN Otf MONDAY. REMEMBER NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Let Us Hammer Into Your Head tfie (act that we Imo (he two cheapest Inside residential lots in tlits city. Tlicy are piloted near' the Mounted Police Unr- rachs, and just off cnr Our prico for. n tow diri Is on Terms HOU8ES.TO RENT The Dowsley -.ftlulliern, Land Co. Sherlock Phone M4 ;