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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta AYoilnesdav. Xovomlin-12. HMS Tire LETIIBRIBQE DAILY HEBALD Page 3 MAJESTIC THEATRE Special Engagement of England's Foremost Light Comedian LAWRENCE BROUGH In the Famous Farcical Comedy And all Star English Company including OLGA ESME "The Lady of Os By Sir Francis Burnand Preceded by the Comedy Rehearsal "Love in a Railway Station" Special Matinee Saturday at p.m. Prices to 50c Matinee to 25c Book your seats now at Kenny Allm's Drug-Book Store LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY -At tht Bijou The iiKiiiageuietit of rlie lUJou -arc to lie coiinrLilulated in securing a first t-Iass baritone eiuger as a furihcr art- illllon to" their 'programme. Ihe :uidicnce lasi night greatly'upitrc- elated Mr. Owens' efforts. Hie. lilause. being liueml uttor vrcvrance. TonEgbi the song and The pholoijiay end or the enlcrtnin- lm--nt-is well represented by a two-reel drama., "For the Man .She I.ovcU." :i -backwoods, drama, and. a comedy. The progranini: ta Hicii that, the management have no limitation in recommending same to til patrons. Exactly cue week, from today "ttob- luson V. sbov.'u. T3il is y guaraiHetd attraction. Keep Hit (late open, ard'do not miss this isiosi interesting MR. HEMM1NCS Lawrepce Bro-jqli and AII-EnQ lish Company At the Sherman U the .Idst apiiearaucu of iht> clever vaudeville aggregation, openud tins house of amusement In tbe" uc'A- policy. IxithUridge are in- deed favored to EEC such talent as will be presented every mid ev- ening, for Hie'week euU a very strong; and exceptional, bill-hits been a'rraiig-' ed. Walter Iteynoltls Co.; matic Mjsrrions Visi- (lllniour fc-J.iLT.ourj classy com- edy couple, .In.a-clever sinking and talking act; -Keno Brgai- Troynu. uov- elly acrobatic whists, and" Allcnc such nu array of Ideal, it will lit sur- prising higt'Class amuse- ment do norturn mid sujipoit-llic [irdiiagemcnt and" encourage the new enterprise... The popular ycrdirft- of all those'who have seen the perform- ances is '.'the best ever.seen iu.-UiMi- bndgc." when .oi'i'e takes into, con- sidqnuionxlhp erf admis- matlneea-15 cents, night: children 25 ndiilts 35'cents', il "is remnrfcabiehow if (ofiive such excellent entertainment. The expense is enormous. Anil It-is to ue hoped-the Shernian-management win reajt'the reward of-their elfprls to elevate the stamlard'of anniscmtiit in the city. The puhlit are'respectfully reminded the matinees commence each" day there; are two distinct, performaiicys' niglitly al T and 9 Pollards st the Majestic Tonight Fre eminent as- a juvenile tlon, stantla the Potlard. Juvcnilo Op- era Cp., which h.is tntludcd this city in the itiiieraTv of its fifth'world lour. It is tlotibtiiii if'ever in'the hi.Hlory of theatrical comjmny- of artistes ever nindc the long distance rticcrrds enjoyed by these clever Australian children, the youtigest of which is now fourteen and the eldest nluttccn. of the members of company have three times ntuund ilie world, and appeared in nearly every civilized land on thy face of (he globe. Not only do these young folk hold the long dlrUnce traveiliiig record, bill llicyj ;md every one made his ori hrr mark in the tliralrical world as Tach opeva singer dancer. anJ with a. crenlful and happy life lo look Lack upon anrt a secure future- to assure U bounteous income and an old age of rest. Tin's unique aiid praiseworthy company of Liny stars will delight the patrons of lhn Majestic Theatre during an en- yageioent of whith opens tonight .witu a 'niagiiifJcftnl prcsenta- jtfoh of "The hast AValtz." Seats a're non- on sale at Keuny Allin's Drug-Hook store. Lawrence Brough" at the Majestic on Friday J lu a Raihvay the charmins Hllle one-act comedyf with which Mr. Lawrence Olga Ksme will open the iicrfoTtnance at ihc Majestic oa Friday nest, 14th inst.1, is quite a novelty in llila country. .The "Scene takes tlio actor's study.: and is.really, ajcoua- cdy.rehearsal in pontomjnic, Ihe.only' used a're foiir cbairs, which represent an English railway co rap art- inent- most people htow the Eng- lish trains ..are rery dEtftrent huge cars prevelant on this'side.of the Atlantic: the coach is divided up into compartments which scat from four to five a side., and .are-O'lite "separate from each other, entrance, to each'be- ing Ly A door at each side. ticular one in question is TeseJ.y.ed.for a common thing- iti England, and one can well imagipe a young lady's dismay at finding a man getting in (lie reserved "conch just as the train is about to start; after 'ex- pecting the compartment to herself for the journey. This is the com- mencement of the pretty little-cin- whicti precedes the piece dc resistance, wbich is Mr.- nifliri vehicle. Another great difference in tie rail- way customs of Ihe two countries" is (ho preliminary-insjieclion of Uchcls, which IK in vogue iii tnglarid, wliich takes .place before: the .train leaves. The final signal is the blow- ing of a whistle by the .who corresponds to the-conductor in this country. The delightful'humor, fol- lowing the young lady's discovery of the and the subsequent "situa- tions" provide a hearty twenty minutes of fun ami laughter, even to the most hlasc and hardened of. playgoers. Rpats are now on pate at Kenny Allin's store, if T ,._.. r PTcl.ii.re.-at, the Empreii the "'great; two-reel Awakening of va wiiich'will, be CThibitcrt rit'.lhis'thcatro-toflay is ments that .Absolutely command ap nroyiOJ for strong incident is succeed rd I'.r strong incident- in the Irtg of a story niarfcud. hy wholesotne iifl convincing 1 he vision scenes arc exceptionally veil' "nianngc'rl. and the whole of'the and nctinfj merit The story itself Is of great IntereEt: tlie 'firm'of Wcntwbrth" K. "S great finnnclal. difftcuiiy, V the weak- management of Wftuiworth, -and 'as a final In liilt; cup of .tcrrjblR.rIife SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT Boyle Bros. Comedy Jugglers Romine Tripie Voiced Vocaliet Sam Rowley The Mysterious VJ PARISIAN VIOLETS ficfined i and Saturday BIJOU To-day and Tomorrow BIJOU "For the Man She Loved" A WOMAN'S SELF-SACRIHC1C HEROISM FOR THE MAN 01- HER CHOICE-POWERFULLY PORTRAYED IN TWO REELS, The Last of the Madisons I'm No Counterfeiter DRAMA COMEDY, BELIEVE ME NEXT WEDNESDAY AND CRUSOE. Walter Reynolds Co. Gilmpur LaTour v Comecfy Couple in. Nonsense" Miss Jc-ssic lirnylon. 1'ollnrd Opera hi UK .jujc-.sli.c Trendy luniglil. Reno-Begar Troupe Novelty Acrobatic WIrtsts Allene Vaughn The Planologue Girl Matinee Daily, 2.30, Price 15e. Distinct Performances Nightly, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Prices: Children 25c; Adults 35c This Week's THE EMPRESS i Features MONDAY and TUESDAY THE SKELETON IN THE CLOSET IN TWO REELS WEDNESDAY .THURSDAY AWAKENING OF A MAX- rN TWO ..REELS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. IKE'S GAL- IN TWO REELS Monday' and .Tu'esJay PATHE'S All ConfidcnlUy RecorVimended. GAUMONT'S Friday Sat MAYES AND SOULE- I MOS'nAY AND MISTAKE. WEIJXKSIIAV AN'D THURSDAY-NOVELTY VIOLIN ACT. U'RIDAY AND ETHIOPIAN RHAPSODY somelhing never secu in Lcttibridgc bLfcrc. Coming on P'riiiay arid Saurdsy, a gr.ind two-reel coniedy. Ike's Girl'' This is a gob'd one. MR. MILLER NEED NOT Ottawa, Onl.l Nov. Is slaleJ liere Hint there is a dispoBitfon on the Iiart of fie Couservaaive members to ro-opeii tlic case against Ji. C. .Miller Ihp famous prisoner" of tesi session, anid that he will be caliec before the Public Accounts Commit Ice to again he asVed lo' whom lie the money v.-hich Is liie' bisls 0 the whole trouble. Uut as P.irliamer.t l not'meet until mid-January, thcrn is no rrcsent need for Mr. -Miller io wo'rrr. Don't Forget (o Hear Benj. S. Owens BARITONE: AT THE Bijou Tonight SONG "Because I Love You So" Everybody Likes His Voice will loo.' MAJESTIC J. RSESE HELD UPLAND BOBBED STUNNED WITH A BOTTLE Hint she' Mm his 's nduced to y of-tde paat 01 Ic -JiTm is nwakened, -anil his-ftght for aucccaejs. splfndldly. unfolded, and-all tfds The i inanascfjtno tlrnlly rcconnntnd this film. "Thn Mothor'fi Sweet and a "'laugh-making comedy, "'f'lial College ftro, olhei sood nnd notable IJo nol -fall to ECC Fret] Sotiln in his imitations ou the violin, OR this Don't spend another Night Coughing Valhicn's Syrup .of ,T.M .And Cod Oil Uken it hco'tinie'.nlUhasctltecoiign a nd fiivcyon a n d those aron hd jo-i gooil right's icil. Taken i' dispcl.i even the most Ing cough ila valpible tonic properties strengthen the blood which will then nuicltly testorft the mnc'notis tWucs to tfieir original liraltii. Be care get Mathita'A Sytup of Tar ant! Cod Oil, the most cough cure in Canada. Sold everywhere, jjclargc j. r. HATinnF co, -H ;nr ktt Tonight THE FAMOUS Pollard Opera Co. 'IN The Last Waltz PRICES: H00 to 25c. Seats on sale at Kenny Allin's Store' Fcrnic, B.C., Nov. Douglas Corson'ha's ueen honored by being el- ected a Fpllov of the American Col- cge of Surceoiifi. A darins porpctrated on la'Ker avenue bitween nine anil nine lijrty last ntghf, ami a Mr. .1. Ileesc s now lying In the hospital with n bad i cut on his head, linving been litl nilli! a liotlle, and relieved ot ills walcli j and money. The police have a clue and an arrest Is cspected any minute. John Cunltffc, an engineer, employ- ed at Coal Creek mines was severely injured Saturday last by hating bis legs crushed beaucen cars on Mr. and Mrs. Downing departed on Saturday for Cokmnn, where they will-make their future home. The Fcrnfd Dancing nss'erably Invitationg for a dance in Vic- toria Hall on Tliuraday tho 13th. Elk'tt'lybr fc A.M.. roaklnj elaborate jifoparallons for a ball to he held on New Yeat'8 Krc. ONCE DEPUTY MINISTER': Ottawa, Onl.. Ixmc, es-Deputy Minister of Agriculture, died here tonight 'in his ninetieth year. He was born' at ICnpliimi, in From ISSff to IS70, lie editor and proprlctor'of the Gazette, In tho 'latter year enterinj; the Dominion public, scrnce as census officer, aa asslM.lnl dcjHii) anc! Deputy Minister o( Agriculture. IS35. World Series Base Ball Games Fought Again To-night at Starland Slants and Athletics Battle Vvlorld' Pennant What was without exception he most bitter and hard fought battles ever staged on a base- 3all diamond was tho World's 'erics of the present year, -when the Giants and Athletics bat- tled for wealth and All 1 the principal plays and happen- ings during tlio Eerica fully shown in one thousand feet of fine motion picture pho- tography at Starland tonight In addition to this extraordin- ary attraction there is also to bo seen on the same program, tonight, "Tha Green. Shadow" -a two reel drama telling ping slory of love, romance and adventure. The balance of to- nTglil's bis bill will include some of the funniest films ever offer ed at Starlalid, and will com- plete wliat Is without 'a dortht the beat photo program ever witnessed In Lethbridge for some time. AUCTION ThonW, Nov. an auc- tion -ol Mveslick held on the farm 'of Charles r. Jackson, Souli- wold lownship, Ihc sums Of JS4.S20 was realized, Drunkenness Can Be Cared AiciraWill'IkUl wiueTy .known Ircat- ment'for alcoholism can 'how bo oh- Ulned at our store. It is guaranteed to cure or benefit or money refund- ed. Remedy that -has been tried by tlionpands and found to .do Just as it Drunkenness a Those who arc afflicted with tbe craving, for Iqaor have lo be helped to throw It olf. Alcura No. 1 can be glren secretly In coffee or food. .Alcura No 2 Is the voluntary treatment. Help, your loved, 'ones to restore ihcmsdvcs lo lives of anc usefnlness, and lo regain the respec of the community in which you live Only per boi. Ask' (or Free J. Fliginboiham A: -C.o, Limited Albtrla. SHILOH luickly ecughs, ecrrt trfilt and UinX SIX PIECES MONDAY- WEDNESDAY 'AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink QUEBEC SPEAKER 'SOON .TO RESIQN Quebec, Nov. is that tlic Cyrilte Belage, spcaVer.o'f Hio wllf resign 'tils seat 10 ac- cept the position of siiretintendeiit I'nbllc which, has Ijccn'i filled for the past Iweni.v. year's .by' (he lion! P. E. rfe la lirunre. who now rJiision and (o rctlro. I r ;