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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November IB, Hill. Informal Opening: of the New Morris Theatre TONIGHT! TO-NIGJiT By The Famous Schubert Symphony Club good, and never belter than now and QUARTETTE the peerless vocalists, under "the auspices of The Eastern Stars Music foi the for the Mirthful, and the Highest; Amusement for all THOMAS VALENTINE PuripCLL, Violiniitr-At five years of age a twenty years of age an artist. ANNA PEARL NEATTH'ERiNGTON, charming monologist. EVERYTHING IN your ieata early. Absolutely the beet musical tieais A. E. MORRIS, Manager TICKETS' ON SALE AT JACKSON COPE'S DRUG BE RESERVED THURSCAY: Music and (Conducted by FIDELIO.) Brcwater's Millions" at the MaJMtlcigoe. a complete Any What "Ueipltft has fallen under thte o ajarge and enthusiastic 'audtonce last night to wit- the qualities ness an excellent ji erf oral a i ice >p by the_ Mnjsejic -composition. Stock Co..'at Lyric. The excel- lent way in which the play is pro- dufetl anil the parts handled is far :itiea.d offerings of tray-- elling stock companies. it not jfor tho fact 'that- patrons are Accus- tomed io pay smaller admission fee to witness a stock company, Mr. Har- ry D. .Marrs, manager of the Majestic would be entitled; to, charge a scale of for this pro- d uction.. The scenic effects are of best, and to the performers an injustice." will to give .credit would he .doing appear at the .Majeltlc ffheiUre tonight. T t Schuber, Symphony Club Tonight: M Opening of Theatre Wherever, th'e Schubert Symphony sjn Club has ippe-iied, it fcasi been senigf with trots -winfir Anyone who his TC- markab'ie personallly, assert that h-e sceiiis olher tlmu a during his interpretation of ap Jlis intensity is one of that distinguishes him from other players, and lifts his ac- complishments .to. the superlative planfe of art. th publf It is _ publlf It is aVtfll and Aid established which aims lo give to its hearers al- jvays .nothing but, the. best in tinusical offerings. The appearance the" "fK. ''Opening' of the' new Morris under tb'a aus-' pices of the Esfctern.'Stars, ought to LECTURES Y.M.C. A. Every Night Prof. Alexander Charac- ter by Temperament. Admliiion Collection Takan Private consultations 'loily from 10 a.m. Hotel Alexnn- dra Room 1. at SUrland Theatre, at 3 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. Don't miss his great lecture on t Leva, Courtihip, Marriage A Jealouiy ringing'In the earii ii a sign of tnge in tlK'weather. ARE LOOKING FOR QIL-- Messrs. McCutcheon and Synder, two Experienced oil "drillers .passed through Lethbridge -yesterday. They had'been up visiting.'the oil fields of the''Canadian North West Oil Com- pany, and have hcen examining the logs of previous borings. They are enthusiasiic over prospects, and are returning shortly for, purpose of endeavoring- to in these reg- ions. They say they are satis- fied trom the log books and their pre- vious experience In -the country that oil will he found in laying quantities at less than 1000 feet. They have strong financial syndicate behind and'are. of th-e opinion that their who were killed at Redcliffe, resulted draw a large jiftdUmca. in th's jury finding that the men came 4. to their death by an-accUIqnt as a re- sult of two trains colliding, adding that it was due to1 carelessness on the part of the Coroner Boyd King of 'Booked for Pro- grpnime On Noyfember 2{ English, Irish and Scotch Songs at Big Concert In Majestic on Nov. 23 The programme for the Grand Pop- ular Concert, to lie given iu the Ma- jestic Theatre on Thursday, November 23, promises to be a great drawing attraction. Mis. H. 'P.. D'Arc, sop- will sing "The Last Rose of Summer" and "Annie and will -also join Mr. Rhymi Jamieson, in the duet "When Thou Art Near" Mr. E. J. Laytou will contribute several fascinating violin numbers, while Mr. Jamieeon's fine voice will rouse the audience. He by request. "The Q'Mine.'V "Blow, blow .Tliqu "My Ain and- songs.- Mr. H. C. C. Salmon, piaiiis-t, will also take part -The Mason and Hisch baby, grand piano will be used and popular prices .will be within the reacji of everybody. N'o one'should miss''this big event, which is sure to be a grand evening's 'entertainment. The seat sale will open at Rochon's on Monday next. j-estic Theatre oyfember 2 in Kubet tik 'will make stated that should Engineer Carr turn Before .the critical and up he would te opportunity folk of this fftrewell :.conc'ert. Al- though thj-i is yet waii'tH to ioilre to; his Eu- lo clear himself. ENGlNEErt- CARR BLAMED Medicine Hat. i 'the bodies of is an enemy within the camp. It will undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the most vigorous health. It leads to indigestion, biliousness, impure blood, bad complexion, sick headaches, and IB one of the most frequent causes of appendicitis. To neglcctitis slow suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills positively cure Constipation. They are entirely vegetable in composition and do not sicken, weaken or gripe. Prewrve your health by taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pill- A Great EVENINGS' ENTERTAINMENT A Big CONCERT Wm. H. West's Big Jubilee Minstrels Boyle Woolfolk, who has lately produced through this country such well known successes as "The" Win- ning Miss" antl "The Sunny .Side of will in connection' with ropean estate1 after a'..' final Jtour of 1 the well known manager, William those''countries n-here'.-.tia hasT been.I Cranston, offer to the amusement lov- made-welcome in years, gone by! ot this city, a coihpiiny that is United States and Canada tlrair direction its tour to be thus favored., coas-t, a novelty in amusements In Kubelik will'bring with him section, Wm. H. West's Big Min- t'ery of violins, one of be the finest instrument This company, which for tlie past During tlie four years 37 seasons, has stood at the head of ed since his last appcarancejhere, this minstrej companies, positively distinguish'ed musician has played; appear in its lentirety in this city at with eminent success characleHzing the Majestic Theatre, on Monday, No- all his appearances in many parts .at vember ,20. the world. Ha a greatar violin-1 This is'the one big amusement of ist than ever, and those who the season, was only secured by say that this tour will be'one'-never! a large guarantee, offered thein' by. to be forgotten. i the local management. The genius of this young man is Better buy your seats early, as undisputed. Me is quiet and .retiring there will be the largest house of tho save when he steps upon the concert-- season to KJ'Jet tho Monarchy ot Mln- :his .whole being undor- st-celsy. r Majestic Theatre Nov. 23rd TrD'Arc, Soprano; K. -I. KhyiMl Janiieson, Baritone; II. C. C. Salmon, J'huiisl. KiVGLlSIli. IRISH AND SCOTCH SONGS': 'i; Popular Prices, 75cts., SOcts. and 35cts. Seat Sale OIMMIS at ItochonN im Monday, 201 h November. MHXOII A: Rlwh Hah'y (Jrmul.Piano U.sed. T. :.''il' With the Majestic Stoek.eo. at the Majestic Tonight, Tomorrow Night and Saturday Night MAJESTIC THEATRE SHERMAN, Manager. 'Phonal Wm. Cranston present! Noveiiibr THE FAMOUS West's Minstrels Watch for the Grand Street Parade Monday Noon Prices: 75c Gallery SOc THE SUBSCRIPTION LIST WILL CLOSE TOOAY Majestic Theatre, Friday, Nov. 24 IMPORTANT NOTICE THE PLAN WILL OPEN TOMORROW, 'Friday and 9 o'clock forisUBSCRIBERS ONLY, and on MONDAY, NOV. 20, ami the following days for THE GENERAL PUBLIC. Plan at J. D. Higlnbotham i i: WILLIS PIANO USED it- Gigantic Program THE LIE An Up-To-The-Minute Socjety Drama, with An Interesting Climix Pictorial Mlustrattoni of the WORLD'S HAPPENINGS DAY BY DAY 'GAY BACHELOR Did he marry? Wait till you see. -hy Miss .Kichards anil R. ]E. Willis MONDAY AND TUESDAY rhc or Jcrusalein Delivered DESPONDENT'..OVER A WORTHLESS HUSBAND .woniBn. na'nred Criyerwond, wifc of. a mason, Euichte by polrionjng at her bomo on .Smith strenl. today. Her husband had been drunk for, .wo days, aii.ij over this is said to have led to the wife's sui- cide. Before taking poison the woman killed cat. evidently Ing the polBOnfon the cat lo see .would be erfeptive.; K homas, A. n. the 1i' Mltve al Mies, help dljest the The of with bol of NA-DRU-CO your'drutftst not stocked them yel iHti Soc. >MV> wfll ;