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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Ralwday, Xoveinbcr 15, TOE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HER ALTS Page 3 V.I MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 Nights, beginning Fri., Nov. 21 SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY WHAM A. Ltd. N COWf i WITH ROBERT TBOIIKSOi'BSKASDSJW THE Htf IWK AliDROIOIiitCH) 11 VBI StWOX TB NIGHTS, 50c, 75c, and J2.00. cents to Seats now on Sale at Kenny Allin's Drug-Soak Store. CORNER o( 15th STREET AND 4lh AVENUE SOUTH ON EETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY "READY MONEY" COMING fortunately for all concerned, tbo do of P.ITI ot the not lo busy themselves with t.iUTchirig arcl bomb throwing and nuugpr striking. They are termUted ii! many states, and what' thf-y art- iieriMlltei! in their families, I out- can decide eithtr fronJtlho Joie, tool's or Ironi one's o'.vn, experiences. Am way. aou.an anj, Ler prublems loom IfcTge In the public eye. Xowl- Islo and .playwrights are busy ivjib. her and she seems iJestlned to pet iho fairest htaring possible- bi iir.-iuy conventions that do not 'h mm, u young girl of today is darkling hours of Toe, a tale redolent ol the gjeniiicant swecTof burial J-ove, keyed sometimes Sn" the fort- isainio of youth, sometimes in the ngio'or age, is the theme of the tragic Vh'ose flitting feet leads the, actors "of the story caverns charnel. into bypaths of experience solemnly siniattr. Though the story "looms, dark In The Popularity of the Empress Ajiother. large and satisfied audi- ence last nlgbt gave emphatic sEs to'the.growing popjIarUy of this comfortable theatre, each and every item in the special week-end pro- erarame calling for its share ol re- cosaition and -approval, Tbe vaude- ville sketch the Kthiopiau raphsody.-preEented by Messrs. Mayes Soiilo, is an uproariously funny af- fair, and created great merriment Of (he pictures, "Alkali JXe's a Vita graph is tbe topliner, and as already announced, IE one of i the very beet in moving picture com- ertlcs, the many "trials of Ike and his' pals in their efforts to secure the lady's hand, and'Ike's final success, are among Ihe most laughable ever filmed. As a contrast to the comedy is the drama "Tbe Minister's Temptation." This pathetic story is told In a series of pictures .tnaf-.moved many in the audience to tears, and Ihe acting and scenery are of the best. Of special inlesesL is the beautifully and artistically-colored "Trip en tbe and-on-tiic same reel is a wonderfully clear-'and distinct film of wild birds Your Last Chance to See The DEATH KNELL' AT THE BANK CLOSES BRANCH The Bank oMtainlllon is clostnf branch at C'artnangny. .CoJenian. AHa., Nov. M-VA number f business ere recently which are1 at least of asstng Ilolel .as been purchased from A. by lie. Kernie-Fort 'Kieole "Brewing Co.' Ibc changfi. .lamea iotvcH, v.'ho- baa been for he past four months, retires. The effect on Tuesday morn; ng, at which lime the .neiv raanase- v.ont assumed charge. -Mr.' Stulz has "Ihe" principal owner of the hotel or, about nine years, and it is under- ,topd tbat he has dispoBcd in- ereat at a good figure. he Colemaii Mercantile Co. have ;cen making an elfort to retire from business for nearly'a year. AVitliln he lasi six v.-celta a sale has been con- ducted by A. C. GouTl.tejpC.LelhliriUfe, Tilth rcfiullr--lhat Trill mean the pass- ing of the firm from the Colcman busi- ness arena. _.The sale will bo conclud- ed on Mo'naay night, the' rith insl, and the 'balance of. stock 'left" after Ibat date will be taken over by W.'1 quired to compete with the "movies.'1 There arc Silso many applications .for music and.dancing licenses for west ind hotels and restaurants, 'where the :ango teas and rag-time'.concerts aro sttll in favor. BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS NEW LIFE Gained by Sanol Pear SANOI. .lol only cured me, b'.lt it put cow Ufa In me and no one.lr.it a poison lias snflercd witli their kldneyf, llko I haver, co-old, npprcdate whit It Is to lake a medicine that Is a curs after'years fit lorture. 1 will be' very pleased to en- frort anyone who writes me. .......Yours gralcfully, Oi DEXDIOII, Avc., Winnipeg. SAN'Olr'nol only Osll Sloncs, Kidney or but whl s.Uengtlien and build up the system as the- above letter pliows, Price Special. The Frank Hfdlejr Drug.Co., Alia. LICera'..ue tree from TUB SAIfObMAXtl.PACTtlHtNX} CO, l.lmlt'cil 973 M.ijo Street, i ITTEE ROOMS CITIZENS'TICKET Have been opened in the Huii Block, Ttdrd Ave, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT All supportisrs ot Messrs. Hardie, Grace arid Reid are urged to report for work. Two secretaries in con- stant attendance. ;