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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE K DAILY HERALD New Informal Opening pf the Thursday, November 16th By Tfac 1'aiiKHiK Schubert Symphony Club yni good, better than now ami LADY I he peerless vocalists, under the auspices of The Eastern Music for 'the Musical, Mirtli for Mirthful, and the Highest Amuseiiient for fill. THOMAS VALENTINE VIQLINIST, at five .veal's age a at twenty, years of age in artist. ANNA PEARL NEATHERJNGT The charming nionologisl. of A. K, iMOitlUS, Manager TICKETS ON SALE' AT JACKSON COPE'S DRUG BE RESERVED THURSDAY. Committed Ebert for Trial (Continued from front page) Sei'KCunl was the must im- portant-witness of the day. lie cor- roborated Hie details of the crime an todl'by i.h'c previous witnesses, tell- ing also of tbe robberies at during'..Hie .spring ot tbe murder. An jinporliiiil fact brought out by him that.'., tiraill revolver, unloaded, iv'us found beside the dead body o Wilinott, but that llicrc was no trace service revolver be liui! told Witniolt to carry. H'ilniolt bail come to Frank in March, as at thai time there was no work in Uu mines, .and II bad been thought ad- vis.iblc to have two men on duty thorn. IWlcctivc I'iper told of the arrest of Ktitrl at New Michel on Oct. 22 of tins year, at which time the ac- cused man bad staled that he bad bcu.il caught wilb the goods on him He 'bad worked on the case in com- pany with Detective Sergeant Pat .ISg.in, now of this cily, and stated that Ebert. hod at the time given his 'name "us Stefan. It was through the conversation of the women referred to that they had got track of the alleged murderers, who are now trial.1 MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conductid by FIDtUO) Knight Academy Notes from 5) J. W. Verge, of the public school staff, han registered work ill chemistry, while Oessa Johnson, uu 1il recently a .member of the same staff, -has registered for senior li school work. 'The gymnasium will be opened to students this 'week, both fpr athleiicc and physical education. Inatrnctoi Jlasmnsaen "'wjU -'-have charge of ath- Jetics, and Miss Frances Kasimraseu will teach physical education. Instructor Nye, assistant in music, has under way the organization of n chorus of one hundred voices. He will invite some outside tnlcnt to Among other things in mind, he ex- pects to give heavy jiiece in cantata work. Instructor Woolf spent Saturday find Sunday hi Cardston, his former home." -Urs-aubach, of the music 'nnd the art department, has'a dfs- jjjay of students' pen-work in the win- dow of The Huh, downtown. He will organize a class in advanced pen-work open to students and downtown folk. Tho sudden cold snap has interfer- ed somewhat'with the attendance, as tftivera! of the .students have bad colds Alid-winterclusses will be organized on or. about the 25th inst., in order to take" 'dire 'prospective students, who have btjen kept away ou account of the terribly backward fall. LECTURE HEARD WITH DELIGHT Such a good :Siicli.-a little price. Such a thick nourishing-, t strengthening soup is Edwards'; so small is the cost that everyone can well afford it. Edwards' Soup is' prepared from specially selected jjeef and the finest vegetables that Irish soil. can produce.. It conies in dry, granulated -form, "all ready for the saucepan. Buy a packet lo-day. COWARDS PESICCATEP AMD About, eighty people gathered at i) V.M.t'.A. hall last, nighf. for the first of the weeks: series of lectures by prof. W. (j- Alexander on human nature studies. If tin! audience been good it would have been inore like a worthy ribtite to a lecturer with consider- ably more than, average; ability among modern entertainers. Alexander is' more than an enter- tainer. Hejs'an educator and if the parents of Lcllibriilge. had heard last night's- lecture- on Nature" it would have been' a grand thing for them-'-aml for their children. Mr. Alexander is earnest, eloquence, hum- orous and mimic. He is an expert on his subject and anpar- Ltitiy a close student of human na- ture. His let-'ture last night was fol- owcd with rapt' attention and al jinit's the aiidience was -cohyulscd as ie exposed weaknesses very comnion, '-Veil in the homes In addition to his lectures the professor CKpojiLnt ot phrenology in its widest, .senses doesn't tell the past, and 'future. Hu is not a iiil n IV denounces bump read- ing is i uand lit, follpus A sys- tem v.-hirh-appeals, to everyone. Me i cad churfcter much as am close ohSLHpr nould, only he has it re- duced to a science and follows com- monly acccptetj ..After th lecture lasl night Messrs Higinbolh jim Tdhcr and Dunlop al "sell known tq Tie uwhencp nnd ab solute strangers t-o the lecturer uem to the platforni and with'remarkable exactness Prof. -Alexander .described (heir frails and tfinporamenls Tho audience WT? highly pleased 'J'lic lectures are a delightful treat ind jin one wishing to combine pica- with, profit should attend this rooi I here is no admission lee, but i collection is tajteri to paj for the hill Tonight Mr Ufxander wi lecture On Sifccass m Life During the courae he .will-deliver Ins j unous lecture on court- ship marruge and jealousj He lias i coilmentnl reputation and m other cities Ins lectured to immense In the Front Row At the Vaudeville Show Such favorites AS Blanche Nora Bayes. Harry Ij.au der, .lack NorworUi, .Tosie Sadler, Nat Nills and 0 host of other "headlin- ers" are always ready to entertain you on a Victor. Make up your own pro- gram and enjoy yourself to your heart's content. There's a Gramophone for YOUr-Jlo to and hear It. No ob- ligation to buy. MASON A RISCH, LTD. Dominion Blk. Phone 791 Twefth Parliament Aseembles at Ottawa (Continued from Front Page.) This completing tlie bi Hie day, adjournment stneas for wag made until 'WHITE WINGS" ON desiccated Soup la made in Ireland by Irish labour. .There and hi England it is i household word. pMtot. h Tenant, Gritty ikiftf .JrtftrtJ frtm htit Itrf ted frttk Tlir ettitr 'trt partly SIQHTf0 IN AEGEAN SEA Nov. act- ng governor of Smyrna.has telegraph- il that itiUsn of nr- klntfs been lighted off the Island of i north past of Crete Turke> has notified the ponen larough their ambasEadors here that in event of Italian ag- gresaion In the Aegean Sea the Porte nill lie compelled to eipel all Ital- ian, from Turkey.-' It li reported here that the Italian'aeroplane which has been doing scoutliia; work about Tri- poli, been by tlie fire of th, Turkiah artillery. Porte Ntady Pna l-ondon, Nov. specllil dcs- patcn from Athena layi aeveral (Jon ielefrmmn received Ihora affirm that. Porte la dliixr.jed (0 with a to peace. It now beclnnlne; to b? admitted lln ConnlantlnoBle that the Turkish Iroop. and. Ih.ir alliea :lhe. Arnbg I Tripoli, deaplt-t iteapn-ate have with heavy Ima and. that prolonged reitlsl- finnc uteleaa. York, Nov. will .be., a full according to an official es- timate, heforc New York wholly rids itself of the garbage which has liecu an eye sore and health menace ifi UK street1; for sj.v days. Though Commissioner Inwards lias 3500 men at work, or more, than the ijuinbc strikers, the strike has cost thi city so far and some sonn men ihcir positions. NTo. vio- lence to speak of, interrupted tin work of the strike-breakers to'dav. Thursday at three o'clock, when the -tinsel- and frills will he hi evidence. The Duke of Cohiiaught will he ac- companied from FUdeaii Hall by a most elaborate military escort. Th'e Princess Jjoiiise Drugoou Guarde wKt furnish the mounted escort, while on Parljament Hill detachments from the Governor General's foot, guards and the 43rd Duke of Cornwall's Rifles win be eltua-ted. From Nepeon Point i.he field under command of Lifiut..-Cal. Morrison will fire the royal salute of 21 ..guns. Outsiders are arriving in large numbers on every train and the presence of a hieinuer of roya -am-IIy in tlra governor's chair is going :o attract the greatest display of fash' on and beauty in the history oE Can ria', The speech from the throne is Ikely'tq be brief. Members Take Oat'i The new parliatnon't was fovmallj constituted at noon when the members oak the oath of allegiance In the Commons signed tlie roll flirectlon of T. B. Flint. The oath is as follows: "I do a wear hat I will be faithful and bear true allegiance 10 His Majesty King George so help me God." Premier Borden was the first to ign the roll with Hon. ,F. D. Monk cc'ohd and Sir Wilfrid La'urler third. The clerk stood at the long table of the house with tlw roll open before him, a handsomely bound ami en- grossed volume. Each member took oath, wrote his name in the book, and thug became formally .en'iU'l'ed to -take his seat in the house. The ,scene in the chamber was an and animated the members of both sides crowded to- gether to the f.able to take the oath, strong political opponents writing th'alr -names side hy side in the book. Some, eighty new hi embers were pres- ent'and spent the interval In making "Brtwtter'i the lit' Harry D. Mijeiitlc Stock Co. opens a thrw-Hlihtu' eiiKfseinent at the Majestic Theatrt, commeiiclnc tomorrow even I nit, with selected opening bill. Friday night the'compsny will put on "The Third Saturday's mat- inee and night's bill will be announc- ed later. Mr. Mftrr4 aleo cirrles H company of vnndevllle arllsts, which will do awsy with the long wafts. West's BI9 Jubilee Minstrels For an evening of refined mirth ana merriment iimi thorough enjoyment, Monday, November 20, ut the Majes- tic Theatre, the evening, when Win. II. West's Big Whjle Jubilee MlnHtrels will .be seen, "This organization, which Is in its 117th successful season, will appear in tins city in its entirety, and for this trip to Western Canada is under the direction of the well- known- amusement purveyors, Woolfolk md William Cranston. This organization was only secured by. the local manage- nont offering special guarantees cov- ering the large-dally expense of this company: In the magnificent first part all e latent songs will be rendered by well balanced volcal corps. In the olio following will be seen several acts and' specialties entirely new. For he closing afterpiece "The Battle of Cinder positively the funniest jurlesque on war over seen on any stage. Wine Audiences Magnetism is not fully, as essential to the muiictan seeking Krcat i aim) IK RS' supreme ability to play or sing. "The gifted young Bo- lemian violin virtuoso, Jon Kubelik, vho plays liere in concert at the Ma- Tlie.if.re on November 4, scores cduitaiitly because of his remarkable hold on the people before whom he ppcara. Kubelik 'was born with 'music in bis according to one iSurppeftii expert; ;and be is different rom other violinists. played at the Hoyal Al- bert Hall, in London, more than ten thousand people applauded him for minutes after his first selection, and when the -programme was finished would not let him depart until had played encore after Encore. The son- ins of this quiet young man was.large- ly responsible Tor. the enthusiasm caused, but his personality, too, ex- erted-an influence not to be denied. Kubelik has.spent a great deal of the summer doors on bis vast estate abroad, and he reports that he is in better condition physically than ever before.. He is-confident that ho will eit'abliah a new artistic record for himself, and feels that his tech-, rand interpretative resource are at their beat. violinist will brine with lilm. a new compositions, which never introduced totthe music ioyei-s of the United States and and he Is .'now finishing a difflouU number which is of his own making; MAJESTIC THEATRE SHERMAN, M.n.g.r. PHONE MB. Three Commencing Thursday, November 16 Harry D. Marn preienti The Majestic Stock Co. THURSDAY 'taster's Millions" Friday and Saturday bills announced later Special Saturday Matinee Pricei 75c' 50c 35c Gallery 25c GREATEST.) MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON Majestic Theatre, Friday, Nov. 24 Under the Local; Direction ot Mr. Krank Bucltinyljam. IMPORTANT NOTICE- I he bubaciiution Ujt Will Close (Ibursdsy) Tbe Plan (for aubacrlbers onlj) open on Friday and Saturday ueit, and for the General Public, Alonddj Noi 20, and the folloif- days. Plan and Hlibflcription list J. D. Hlgmbotham 4 Co and J W Jones, 710 Sixth Ave 3. WILLIS PIANO USED The Favorite. Where Everybody Goes. Gigantic Mid-Week Program THE LIE .An Up To The Mlpute Society Drama, with An Intereitmg Climax GAY Did he marry? Wait till you Pictorial illustrations of the WORLD'S HAPPENINGS DAY BY DAY WILL BE LIFE FOR A LIFE Richmond. Va., Nov. Mann declined to interfere in the case of Henry Clay Beatti-a Jr., the wife murderer's last hope ei escaping the elec-tric chair on 2-1, was thus swept away. STICK TO A TRIED MAN Dmton, Out., Nov. Couser- atlve convention held here today' foi tie purpoEC of nominating a candidate o contest the west ridins of for lie pi-ovincial elections canva to nanimous choice in tho of Indlny 0. McDermid. DM. II DIAO London, Nov. R. D. I ha yf I Of llnl al wVt vlillml A Few Days Neglected CoU Time of Regret The fault may be yours if your child's cold ends with a fats! illness. Your duly is plain. Use the most effective remedy at the first sign of danger. Mathieu'i Syrtip of Tar and Cod Liver Oil is known to he absolutely safe and sure. It drives tbe cold ayv'ay and begins tissue making ami body building work that makes other attacks less probable. Large bottle Jjc. >or liy ill dcilm. whei Fever and ptln .crompiuv the colil. J. MmtliUu Qur. olitrlkuten for Wtittrn Cinida, Fotty Liirtoh Co. acfjuaintance old'dr parlia- mentariuns. and being Initialed into tho iesser mysteries, of the house "on the. procedure. The roH signed today is the twelfth roll of the Canadinn palliamont. H will! not be used again except, when new members conra Into the house after the hye-elections. At the '5nd of this parliament it finds a place with its eleven predecessors in the archives of parliament. Oigantic.'Mid-Wttk Program at. Star- land today's entertainment the rann- agsment of the [Moplc> (ayorWe the- itro have arranged a program of mnp- lificenf, features which it sure to cauee comment on all sides by those who this cosy arid comfortable homa of. photoployi a -visit, A more varied program can hardly seen; it. contains drama, romance and com- edy. a "The Lie" stands in rank with the beat produced in mo- tion photography; a wolf In aheep'n skin who plots the .ruin of a youth, hut is caught in his own.irap. "A Gay Bachelor" is a great, comedy, a con- coction of delightfully funny nonsenee. Did Walt till you It. The -animated gazelle contains new events depicted at home and abroad. i special 7-equeit Miss Richards will jf h j; E. (PICTURES, ADVANCFO VAUDEVILLE. SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, Nov. Sliir- )cy, sr., ruturncd from Uthln-idgc, Alexandre'i Ragtime Bund, and 'an added feature will be the Irish duet by Miss Richards and. R. B. Wil- lis. On Monday and Tuesday, Crusaders" jvil! be the big attraction, a production which In stags' where lie lias heen for few days, 'craft, gorgequanoss and sheer beauty. Hickrll returned from (.Irati- im through the storm. .Mrs. Gallagher, oi'.Oranum, is vis- ling her sisiiM, .Mis. hynk, for a weeks. Shirley has had his house iirislii'ti and plasicrcd, which will imV'.i; if, inori1 coinfortnbli'. Leonard has gone to Minne- ota In visit for a few weeks, and ssisl in bringing over >a car of set- ters' cfTccIs for his molhcr. Mr. Gnllislrr lias roturncd to his ilntifs. mid Miss Stark arej i.sitjng iit ho mi! for a icw days. j Mr. is ilrilling }l -well forj Ir. lit; intoiiils lit-, tlrilliiijr uiaehhic in the near fu- H is llrsl clnss gusitlinc lit' usual prices despltu th'e cost of procuring same. the additional is. Shirley reiu.iined, as her ilsiugh- it, is claimed has been U'r Mrs. .Stirkluy, is quite sick in jTho pictures will be shown at he IiospHal typhoid [ever. ,1: Snabcck expects to leave this week for North Dakota to visit rela- vcs. Rounds is Ou sick list, Imi able, to get around. TO SUCCEED MR. GRAVES TO-NIGHT 'The tale of two cities' Production the niul loc Aid ToBeph Ruddy Hrantford Mayoralty, white Alii. Worth will retire from the round! JiwU tion and Keen of Judgment. lie knows a good thing when be sees it why, like all, Sportsmen, he favors MATCHES treated hcade, You 'Hold tvcrywhere in Canada, EDDY'S of WM, with hcade. You Cia't Kotf 'am Oat, ;