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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Friday, 4.1010. ALLEN PLAYERS HAVE GOOD B1LS! The Allen Players, who open at the Theatre for a six Eights' en- commencing on Monday nest, are fairly well known -to the most of the- theatre .goers of Lethbridge. juaat winter they splayed a two weeks' ejlgageinenc here, to the largest houses that have ever greeted a stock com- pany in.'_ this city. Among .the plays in their extensive repertoire we find the following successes "The Man From Willie Collier's great success; "Dad's made famous by'the .late Annie Pixley; "That Girl; .Krom by C. T. Daisy; "The 'ife'flance of Bash- New york Win BUt they Have an Ex- MAM CLUBS AT I INDOOR MEET ford, author of "The Heritage of the and ".The Hon. John "When ,we Were troodwin'i great.success; farce comedy: "Miss! a satire on the "new not bave cecding Difficult Task on Their Hands York, Nov. atbleiics all their own way in several others. They are also j tonight's events in the national indoor playing "Zaza" again this ssascn, and ?championship ot the Amateur Athletic "The. Second Mrs. Tanqueray." Tne Representatives from Yale anc j Alien Company are positivelv the only f ,_ j. -v stock company in lie West carrying from the their own special baggage car. Pennsylvania clubs fig- a great expense-to the managementjured in scoring-, but they could not ov- LATEST VIEWS Edison." Phonographs PREACHER PRAISES FOOTBALL i We y .for m and carry a full of v V arid''foitr'" inihate Records. CANADIAN PR5CES ON; EDISON Gem Ge m Co mb I nati o n Standard tout they .have clearly proven that to give their patrons good scenic produc- tions is the best method of business, and they are carrying such an. abnndance of scenery for their new that i-' was impossible to check) the stretch where H. Gissing. Xth'e S. 0. E. in doleful verse, upon which an English partisan -to be outdone, so conietbaCK: witlif some stuf.c too. A the.- head- lines, aJtemesjy.of Poor S.' in- at this "-office 'The girl's J _ vesterdav middle of November and will establish unknown men came a complete camp in Los An- geles' -for Bert ''Pickens sr be allowed to re i color. ;ce on" account of A. A. A. officials stating .1 Joaason was shooting up at the tfiat would of the Bay State Automobile Associa- tion, the-..oldest club in the three A.'s. and with President Spears of the Am- erican, Automobile Association in the officials' broke D.e npi be permitted to -race him. That record for a mile on the track by four got ne riled. I did not.want.to race [seconds, ?0.seconds-'flat, .timed JFqbnsoc, but I -would' not far -I "-Boston "Chronological club': anyone putting me in the -white slave "This is only the start of the battle j'and" get through- the three f "Soon after the .Johnson., challenge j A.'s will -remember Oldfieid and Pick: kroenrrlt-rs Aw creating realized I Jens almost as well as they remember tone, loald have as the fellows that signed the Declaration Tiffrie, had to Was I going of-Independence nere a Kdward T. Rosenheimer for the mur-1 yesterday, The Scotchmens' Ditty Boldly to the fray they, OIL honor, But with theyj awar For the maic'h too made -their .escape. Hough be-jj in fact it is owing to the Rosenheimer j; Their day is a'er, And at FOOTBALL they will play to his apartments _ Tuesday, le was to cause some r Boys, we'll stay as; mate's; Hodges, v" all a.young COM- the three teams that lost laps last Letlibridge, Nov. 3, 1910. to i discovered by G. M. Martin, physical ;nigat {'director of the Central Y. M. C. A: In j j consequence 3.000 real and pseudo ath- letes are to take their g5-mnasiic work :o the music of an orchestra. The first of the winter classes met eaeh Ot3ler theory; older. That's SAMUEL GRIFFITH. Owner. HARRY Manager. 6 nights commencing ller 7 f, of glove COE 1 interesting if done to "Butterfly.'-' the An tune of arpeggio Miss Verna Felton and The Allen Players presenting a repertoire of latest New York successes. Opening with "The Defiance o the challense says his wife is Eklnna ol- Moose Jawf that jia a gymnasium which has been refit- whatever that means. He esplaias: jn yesterdav-s issue. ited at a .-cost of but the orches- iit by saying that she liked-to run upi rhe most talk. It' IIKS been bills at the department stores.' J 1-i ia E u "'suggested to Director tint ''he iShe says she didn't. There you are; and have been unable to ae- Itake your choice. Anyway, Mrs. another bout with him since, a I dell has- quh- the once great he promised -me matc.i of the champion Athletics.'- avoiaed girmg it. -movement on the starboard side of the I IK i is a good c-uance to call mm. j marned-Iks nouads-fo- -action ana as and was stilf m jthe uppercuts gathered steam selec- ibnae amused a housetul.ot-'friends u 55.'Agner could .be .used. .At is her into -one Il ft "T the bitter end there might be a few Webster's "Funeral ;Just a playtul little huoby was rtTlaiMarch." dell, that's all. Rube was fined heavi- made to take, a: "pledge forfhis r TM exhibition of marvellous strength, f fle receipts: or I agree ,o mee, j -For v.-restling Beethoven's "Sonata in F' matches probably when the Then Mrs. Waddell appeared al a in? ipaiama girl in a sho. in St. Louis greatly offended the g jiorced her to sign a contract verging pear in consideration of one dollaffor :iie ine o. her 40o the loser, the Jo8er %ndV gate, receipt to the 'v o' Ravmond and let the} of hall' and ad- i I make this proposa: to m I vani. to wrestle El j. 0.111. ..j-w-v.w o, coo. might add a touch of Can be to tne time ot cwo-steps or marches, Martin Values Sas .cnot MISS By Herbert Bashford A comedy drama four acts n Waddell says tbat hewas iiurjiifereai xfnv. Mr. Ellison, wrestle for j i by her stage appearance and thai and love of the game. prove j j worried so much he took to drinKfandiio ;tje public that "a wrestler can be' j was canned by the Browns to the -Kew- 'or ;he square. jark club of the Eastern league. .gTben Harry Muldoon. his final troubles and the threat rOGTBALL CLAJMS ANOTHER Prices: 25c, 50c and __ ________ _ of divorce proceedings from OFFICIAL REFEREE, NO GAM-E 75c For years Waddell has been th? .clowa of organized baseball, always to frank. Nov. Coleman foot- iCreightor. University Man Dies From Gridiron Hurt- Topeka. 'Kan.. Xov. Bakule, formerly a football player at, Creighton university. Omaha, rdied at on Sale at Bniijr Stor .t. ij team carae to yesterday to this hora.e here today as a rcs.uk of in- be depended upon for some 'wSldjexhi- piay tire local team, but .owing to the' juries received in a football game be- who was .appointed 'by the'.'tween the University of Denver and fajjijjg ium Upt there'wasjcreighton University two years ago. no game. The Colemanites declined Bakule was injured by being kicked 10 play a friendly, .same., in the back and never recovered. being humiliated by, anything Mrs. .Waddeil could have done