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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Novmber 4, KVJ2. HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT "The Musical Event Luxe" F. Sluiu'MVliyto'x'IMd Country PierroU The Versailles In a clever combination of Pierrot Performances and Musical Comedies MONDAY AND TUESDAY In the Camp Fire's Glow An Up-to-the-Mlnute Musical Cgmedy Preceded by Pierrots" PRICES' 75c, 50c aiict 25c. Seats on Snte at Kenny Allin's Drug Book Store Story of Joseph" and other selections CYRIL HAYES CANADA'S MOST REALISTIC INTERPRETER OF LITERATURE AND THE ONLY CANADIAN BORN READER WHO HAS EVER STUDIED UNDER THE WORLD RENOWNED PROFESSOR DUXBURY OF MAN- CHESTER, ENff. YMCA. Auditorium TO-NIGHT, STARTING AT 8.30 i I i I j I i A Rare Treat Admission 50c Mifes L. Stella Lurnbard Teacher of Voice Culture and a Song Singing 16, Hull Block Telephone 1536 SHIPPED SALMON to BRITISH MARKE Prince G., Nov. B: C. Fisheries, which' is really Canadian branch of an. English Fis Company, is endeavoring to open new market for B. C. salmon. Th week they shipped 220 barrels c plokca salmon to London marke by ihst freight. The fish is pii up in 170 Ib. tierces and has to b re-pickled in thirty days. .The fla used were hump-back sainioii 'whlc: are very prolific all along the cor and islands and if the ex-pcrimen proves successful It will greatly in crease the volume of the'salmon dtlstry as at the present time onl. a very small per centage of the hump back variety is packed. It .will also urnlsli the consumer with a quality, cheap article of diet. :Six 1913 MODEL Electric self-cranking. Electric lighting system, Six-cylinder 'T-head motor, Four-speed transmission; Long wheel base, 133 ins.; Hess bright bearings, Chrome- vanadium springs, Full-floating rear axle, Deep upholstering. 1 If interested fill out thia coupon and rctum wil Local Wauled WAR WITH JAPAN IN FIVE YEARS BELIEVES AMERICA CANNO AVOID A CONFLICT ON THE PACIFIC Montreal, Nov. Jupau an tho United States will come into i evIUible conflict In lens tbuu fi vears the opinion espreKBcd i the Herald this morning by Capta Alillman, im official of ship Insurance company, whose hea ruartfirs arc In Toklo. Cuptaiu AU man is in close touch with j'aciti 'trade relations and is in a, poKitlo to know whereof he speaks. "The Manama canal presents an reconcilable difficulty to the diploma at1 tho -east and continued tli captain. "I know euough of Japanoa enterprise and ambition to state tin. nothing less than Pacilic Supremac will quench >the ambition of tliis Httl yellow people. I do not think tua Japau will wait until the canal is com Dieted. I think that war will com like a 'thief in the night' to brln, horror and destruction to the wbol Paclllc coast of the States." Asked to the comparative merits o the .1 apaneae and American navies Captain Millmau gave all the advan ttige to the former, forecasting tha iu the event of sudden war befon the canal is opened, it would .take tin fleet of Japan lees .than a mouth tt drive their enemies off the sea. "0 course, I do not think that Japan could stand a loug drawn out w; not could she make any effective In cursiou into American territory, hut at the fiame time, the initial reverses which America would sustain would sadly demoralize commerce and injure, nteiaational concluded the Captain. SOCIETY GIRL OFF TO BALKANS DESCENDANT OF LORD BYRON WILL HELP GREEKS IN THE WAR Nov. Eileen Sordon, a young and beautiful society romaii of Victoria, B.C., left for Que- ieCj this morniug, departing on one of he most daring and romantic ex- iloits of history. Single handed, un- 'rotected; and with little money, Miss lordon is Betting out Tor the Balkfins o join tho army of Greece as a sup- rvising nurse. Miss Gordon IB a direct descendan C Lord Byron, who sacrificed her life or his beloved Greece, and his great rent granddaughter is prepared to D the same, if necessary. "Ever giace I learned to said IBS Gordon, "1 have heen devotedly to the 'memory of my illus- ious ancestor, and fne years ago >ok a solemn vow to (terete the same cause that claimed Lord yron as a sacrifice. And now, when recce ig arising to ro-assert her icient integrity, and re-establish her ncicnt prestige. 1 am going to help the great 'work." Miss Gordon has literary tastes, be- des being a trained nurse. She hag ritteu several short poems on the esent war to arcuse the Greeks of country. Her literary efforts have heen responsible largely for the revival of classic Greek in Greece, and the disappearance of the hybrid vernacular of today. PHILLIP STEKLK MONARCH To-night A glory of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police In two reels. Did Dr. Judd A Splendid Comedy Tuesday Night "The Merchant of Venice" IN TWO REELS MAJESTIC THEATRE One Night Only, Wednesday, November 6th THE BEST MUSICAL EVENT-OF THE SEASON Miss Alice Nielsen American Priiua Donna, by the' following artists. MLLE. JESKA Coirtrntte from thi Boiton Optri Company LUIGI TAVECCHIA Besio Buffo, from Botton Company ALFREDO RAMELLA' Famous Lyric Tenor JOSE MARDONE3 Grand Bacco RODOLFOFORNAR World' Famous Baritone CESARE CLANDESTINJ Musical Director from Boston Opera House THE fROGRAM WILL CONSIST OF OPERATIC GEMS AND A FIFTV-MINUTE ARRANGEMENT OF "THE BARBER OF SEVILLE" (3.00, fl.OO, 75c and BO cents. SECURE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY now on.ule Kenny Allin's Drug and Book Store MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) "The Versailles" Tonigh'i One of the musical events dc luxe f the theatrical season in Canada will >e the .engagement this evening of i1'. tuart-Whyte's_ English Pierotts "The in their great suceeae In the Camp Fire's This lever uinsical comedy will he pre- eded hy a real old fashioned Pier ot performance. The attraction i0 illed at the Majestic Theatre to ight. Big at Starland The big attraction at Btarland to ay the great Parisian importation The Blighted an exceedingly ivid- and sensational production in our parts. This' attraction a furore in Calgary, where was shown the Empress Theatre crowded houses for an exteudei ngagemenl of four days. It is said to onstituto one of the most remarkaM ttractions ever presented in motion and will likely prove w he great success here. For Wednesday and Thursday the ilendid film version of "Put Your- 'It in His Place" bo the head- no attraction. Th'ii' is adopted from has. Reade's famous novel of the me name, and is filmed 'w two parts. The usual prices of admission will evall for hofch of -these splendid fferings. Two Immense Features "The Blighted Son" IN FOUR PARTS ''Put Yourself In His Place" FR'OM'CHAS. READE'S ROMANCE MORRIS THEATRE TO-NIGHT Miss Verna Felton and the Allen Players Will Open their Engagement with That Girl From Tekas n A COMPANY 01? 20 PEOPLE A Coniedy Drama by C. T> Dazey CARLOAD OP SCENERY A Rare Hungarian String Quartette "Music'from the QocTs" Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c. Verna Felton -Tonight Once again Miss Verna FcUon, once _ _ again the Allen Players, and J goes with a first class repertoire company. he chose this play ior the opening This excellent company will appear night here. Theatre Box Office -Open 10 a.m. Curtain at at tire JUorris theatre Ior an extend- AH lovers of first class eli engagement commencing tonight. should attend the shows nightly, i! herself. haps a part of the evening's pleasure I lies in the comradeship which seems music I to exist between her audience and Royal Hungar- did selections of the ian string quartette. Seats are on sale for the entire week at the box office and there is al- There is no douht that the lor nothing cisc hut to hear- the splen- Allcu Players have more friends in Lethbruige than any other company on this circuit, and their success here always assured. Uliss Verna Felton is now looked ready a hrisk demand for tonight, upon as the premier emotional actress The management -would like- to take of the anii her reappearance this opportunity oE asking the pat- each season is eagerly awaited hy her rons to kindly make an effort to be nany in their seats before at which Tonight this tainted young actress time the curtain will be raised, will be seen as "May Percy." the Irish Heiress in "That Girl Dramatic Recital atVw.C.A. Tonight Texas, a delightful comedy drams ly C. T. PMCV. This play "has BI- uays heen classed among the fccst comedy dramas of the present ttoy, and Manager Allen acted wisely when November and December Sailings Empress of Ireland, Quebec to Liverpool ..............Friday, Nov. 1 Lake Champlriin, to Liverpool ..............Saturdayj Nov. 7 Empress of Brltsirin Quebec to Liverpool ..............Friday, Nov. 15 Mount Temple, Montreal to London ..................Sunday, Nov. 17 Lake Manitoba, Montreal to Liverpool Nov. 20 Lake Michigan, Montreal to London ................Sunday, Nov. 24 impress of Ireland Empress of Britain Empress of Ireland St. John to Liverpool Frldsy, Nov. 23 .Fi'idsy; Deo'. 13 Friday', Doc. 27 WEEKLY SAILINGS 'LOWEST RATES Unequalled Second, Third Class. Complete dotr.ils on application. Berth reservations CM now be made any Railway or Etenmship Agent for Christmas chipo, or write J..B. CARTER, Gcn'l. Ajt., 210 Portafle Winnlpcfj. PERREY GETS THE BINDER Chairman W. H. Fairficlil, of Uio jury of awards of Use Dry-Farming Exposition, the following additional awards l.o (hose already published, completing the awards ill the cereal, fruit and vegetable class- es For Lhu best individual farmer's ex- liibit of grasses and forage crops grown in Altierta, a Massey-Harris No. 5 eighth-inch binder, complete, with nlii-nf carrier, fore-carriage iind four-hurse delivered free from the company's distributing, ag-j ency nearest the winner's awarded to Arlhur Perrey, of Cards-- Ion. In class 12, one. bushel of black oats, a second premium ribbon'is awarded A. Wnollcy, of Duumorc, Alia., who is also given a first prem- rim ribbon in a special class for win- ler rye. In class 78, lieu shea! of dunlin wheal, a first ribbon is awarded Till-1 man Iletlcr, nf Wadras, OrcEnn. I For the best single vine of field j beans, a special first rili'non in award-, ed Arthur 1'eirey, of Carrtstim. In the apple classes a ribhou is given to Motheson, of Arm-i .strong, B. n second ritiUon In the Jonathan class to Mrs. Talmadge or Spokane, Wash. Special Notice E.AY.Hntcliorhas re- turned and has tUcen Lethbridge Gleaners in and. lias something' now in the Chemical Dry Clean- in. Thomas T. Shields, pastor Jarvii street Baptist church, Toronto, says ARMY SURGEON DYING assiDBto'D, D. C., Nov. Ctehora! Ebbert Jlsitland '6'Rclily, of tho army from iflo? until and pnrson'ril phynlolsn nncl se I'ritncl of Clfivpfr.nd, is ns frnm unisnif. in this Since last Timsday lias heon from iil-.coush.T, r.-hlclf rap- U'.lj aio iii.i viinlliy. ROYAL VIEW 6 miles uortti of I-ethbrldgo AI! modern conveniences Private dining rooraa Meals a la Cartt Arrsugcments caa be made for privftto UtiucsB Everything First Class Special Sunday Dinner froi'i to p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMON8, PROP. PHONE 1G24 "I have much pleasure in writing n line of commendation of work of my friend Mr. Cyril Hayes. Some weeks ago Mr. Hayes gave a recital of 'Job' before the Baptist. Ministerial i Association, of Toronto. The asfiocla-i tion so profoundly inipressed j with the value of his work that a re solution was passed suggesting; to tlie authorities of _MoMastor Universitj that 1-Iayes be invited to give recital of 'Job' before the studentE of that Institution. "I need only add that 1 feel tht effectiveness of Mr. Hayes' Biblica recitals is -duo, in no small measure to the fact that he is in full sympu thy with his subject." "Phillip Steele" at the Monarch Those who have read the stcvy "Phillip 'will be greatly inter- ested to IcnrtJ that this thrilling adian story be shown at the Mon- arch tonight in two reels. For the bun el'It of those who have not road .Mr. Cm-wood's novel, It niay be said that thn author u'miis th-e dcods of the Northwest Mounted Police in a most interesting manner. Certainly this story should bo by Can- adians everywhere, and a liberal pat- ronage should be assured this enter- prising theatre, from both sides of the track. i The program as presented I could not fail to please. There Tvere songs in foreign tongues and songs in Eng lish; there were solos and duets and trios, and then at the' close cam-3 fifty minute version of Rossini's "Bar ber of which lias'always heen a favorite light opera, with its humoi and its melodious score. Miss Nielsen was In tine voloa and her clear, strong soprano seemed un- usually sweet. The beautiful aria from "La Tosca" with its brilliant and ite somber moments, was a delight to ail. Miss Nielsen displays rare Interpretive power and uses her voice with artistic discrimination. Woman is the blocd royal of life; lot there be slight degrees of prece- dence among- them, but let them all be Hums, ONLY THIRTY ONE QUALIFIED FOR COUNCIL Prince Rupert, Nov. a pop- ulation of over 6000 people only thir- ty-one residents of Prince Rupert can qualify for membership in the city council next. January. This condition was brought abiwt by tho automatic cancellation of the special franchise qmilificnliou granted in tho early days of the city's incorpora- tion. When the city was organized into a municipality every property, holder was paying his city real estate im three year term agree- ments, in order to start municipal machinery, a special qualification was given anyone holding agreements of sal- Prince Rupert, property. This special privilege expired this year and although hundreds have paid up their contracts on city holding they, did not get their deeds registered in time to qualify for city honors. Thus the city has only 31 men from 'whom to a mayor and council. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH- SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. .THE QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY Alice Nielsen on Wednesday The Pes Moines Leader of Satur- day, Oct. .19, has the following to say of Alice Nielsen, the American op. eratic prima donna who appears bora ot tho Majestic Theatre on Wed- nesday Alice Nielsen again visited Her grand, opera stars; coming liat'ovonlng toil the auditorium, and again hiHj hi "SSiTHE LETHBRJDGE BREWING AND "nd "CT MALTING COMPANY LIMITED was just tho lovable Aliro Nfcl- son, full or life, nml mocthiK her ami- on moR( MnmJIy tisrnis, PHONE 554 ;