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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIR nrnnwinflE- DAILY u Kit ALP .v. November November and December Sailings Lake Manitoba, Montreal to Liverpool ............Wednesday, Nov. 20 'Lake Michigan, Montreal to London ................Sunday, Nov. 2-1 Empress-of Ireland Friday, Nov. 29 -Empress of Britain St. John to Liverpool ............Friday, Dec. 13 Empress of Ireland Friday, Dec. 27 WEEKLY SAILINGS LOWEST RATES .'Unequalled Second, Third Class. Complete details on application. Berth reservations can now be made with any Railway or Steamship Agent for Christmas ships, or write ,J. S. CARTER. Gen'L.Agt., 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Till-: proposed closins up ot the Majestic Theatre on the 31st lU'Cei-iber next, is a matter which let-mires serious attention from the theatrical patrons; of this city. I do not purpo.se criticism-; any par-, ticiilar individual, althoush should 1] portaut part In the i.rodticilon Excursions To Europe Ju umneoiion with speeial rates 6u tho'iraihvttys ,Xov. 1 to Dee. 31. From Date S'S. Canada......'Montreal Nov. Ifi ilontreal Nov. 'H 3'S. Laurcntic Portland Dec. 7 SS. Laurentlo----- Halifax Dec. 8 SS. Teutonic.....Portland Dec. It Teutonic 'Halifax Dec. 15 Dee. 21 SS. Halifax Dec. 23 by or "Me- the largest and best, or by the (II) cabin'steamers, Large and 'fait.'__________ Excursion Rates Also-from New York by White Star services to Liverpool or Southamp- ton; American Line to Southamp- ton; Atlantic Transport Line to don; Red Star Line to Dover and Antwerp; irotu Boston via White Star and Leyland Lines to Liverpool. 'Also .sailing via one port and re- turning via aiioiher. v A-jiply for yarticulurs railway or BS. agent, or M.'Mc- Paassefiger Agt., -Main Street, Winnipeg. Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOS THE SCOTCH PEOPLE new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Thlrd- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B.. Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now aud secure tha best, it coats no more. Apply to railway, steam- ship jgeiu or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, Hood liowers. and portrays, in wholesome manner llie Kiiy studenl life in Fails. The pr.wnclns fuuipail} Is unusually lftr.se has. the charm- Ing y.w Harnell as its stellar light. The chorus and lull.'i play an inl- and fed inclined to do so there would be: are said to include suiiit> remarkably little hesitation nu my part. beautiful yoimc. women. Prominent less theories have from time to time j in the east is Walter ration, last been advanced as to why" tlie lilca'Uej here with ".Madame Sherry." is not liberally llurius the: Past year there have been Bantt Concerj some 'giioil, others iudilTereut, anil ai The following t'v.-elloui program bus few bad, the public went; arranged by llamlmasler C'llno anil came away pleased or ilissiiml-lfm. luo city Biinil, led'as the case might he. "rices eveniUSi at the .Majestic cusioually, to my mind, were. nrol'crly ar.ided. Top prices oi S3 or i2 were asked for some attractions i oi rensuu thev when as a should oal. However, this is sometimes not the fault of the management. It is al- ways a wise thing to study carefully the grading of box- office prices. The management would be far better oil! linuiiciaily every time were they Lo have live hundred people at prices oi SI.yil, cents aud 50 cents in place of a baker's dozen at S3. S2, or I and so on. Un the oilier, baud ii a'n' 'heat re at S.-tS. "Cod Save the Kins" Pirate" AI Hayes. Selection "Itobin Hood" It. De Koveu Vatse "Boston" I'll. Lumhyo {Overture ..The Indian in Algiers" Rossini. Reverie "The Wayside Wilson Selection tJonnod. A Tone Picture "Southern Atherton March ".Montezmmi" Chambers F. Cline, Director, Nursing Mission Concert Jliss .Mylott, the great Australian California Excursions from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIRE LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS nu.YKI, BY 5FA on the bir Steamships PRESIDENT or dUVKRN'OK. lend for frer illustrated booklet of California Hotels and free map of the pacific Coast Be sure to reserve Berth? in ndviiiice 'ACIfJC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. GEQ. W. AliDREWS, Gen. tgl. Pan. Dtsl. M3 JAMES ST. S'EATTLE. WASH. [attraction was not up to the mark it, should not be given a hooking.. 1 do not say that tlie show must be a lop- notcher alwajs. What I mean is that appears at the Majestic (junk lite "-icsse "West's Theatre on Thursday, 2Sth with as-' j anil others in that artists, in aid of the nursir should he debarred. Fortunately, one OI1 hcr return to Austral must admit that this season so Bin-Ing, wits greeted most emlni jthe class of attractions has teen ot a i iastically throughout her native coil much bisher standard, lint 1 Tbe leailing Sydney Dally pup j quite sure that tho blame lies entire-1 lo ;..elcome M1 'ly with (be shows. It is a tact tha t jM Iott O11 hel. in lbe the Majrshe Theatre is anylllins but ternlB. comfortable for its patrons The in- many the building is sadly in need 01 redecorating anil cieainnsr. It I not so tans aso thai the heating awl ber Iast 'and found expression in a nrofusio of flowers and outbursts of iippluus The contralto was too moved by tl: theatre" to show all her best qmiliU I tciii was deficient, but this has [thanks to tlit agents Mlip remedied. No one j MvauU to sit and in yet this has happened many times as tU8 lovel-v JJSt winter it was a common siglit whicl1 Wagner referred Klenza" tl: to i i to witness patrons sittini; Imihileii lire as of thl! sins ot ,hi gelluT with llieir turs wrapped but lier artistic judgment wa ilicur. In a word, tlie theatre was j shown in the soft employment of ,th j-not. inviting, and Instead of being the opening of the raeltin Ikept in a proper stale of repair it! air, and generally it was perceive I was to go atony in- any olUJthat the oharining quality of the fa.sliion. The Majestic Theatre now just a shade lighter in th (never a sureL'Hsiul propositit'Ii un-t lower register, _.is unchanged. Th ;fil ii is. arranged to meet the com- j encore took the "Home, Swee I forts of its patrons. jllome." lieauiifiilly ifelivered both a j There is, one serious aspect which j to roundness of toufj and the umiffec looms. -view, iii non-siujccssj.ed sineerlty. of Ktlie. feeling, which in fol' the tlii-atre, -Is- the laclfl spired it.' artist slfowe r-that isr getting' a Farfs. traWiDg in Hue's "J'a deal of iiniavorable adveiiisiiig. TJie- pieure eu Reve" in which, against th atrical people advertise a city, 'and j bass 'i-liords of the acco'm nithou.h some folks may feel inclined the richness of th. -'When anthracite coal is rnenkioned one thinks of Pennsylvania with ils cluster of great'cities and 'net-work of An- thracite made them. It has been the I'ounda- tioii of tlie great commerce of the Eastern States. As a' wealth producer it is greater than gold. It is a god to which all. commer- cialism hows. Pennsylvania has never had a rival, but now America is going to know a new anthracite field. It: is the Ground o country north of Prince Jlupert. and between the valleys of the Skeena and the Naas. Over square miles of claims have been staked. That is a vast territory even if only a small percentage proves of practical miniria- value. The big syndicates interested have had pros- pecting engineers in ihc field for two years and are now developing their mines. G. S. ..Malloek. Dominion Government geological surveyor, after a season in I he field, "Some of the, seams I. examined are quite' large, Ion feet, and the quality of the coal is excellent.'' Surveyors for two diffcreni rail- ways arc 'working on lines to the coal fields, the opening of this great coal country means that Prince .Rupert will lie the Pitlshurir of Canada, in addition to being Canada's greal- est port and thcdieadqiinrlerR of the. world's fisheries. .Don'lf overlook Prince .Rupert.; is for you on to disk-Hove it, I venture to say that vocal theme contrasted iii stntins o we are receiving if any, [effective nftthos and again there wa; boosting irom tlipntTieal companies jcharm "Obstiua tlon" iritrepro'ted with, sweetness o voice' and refinement of style. A this point the encore 'was Nevin's that we Two Were Maying." Mis? I Mylott has also' acquired, a soun ledge of German lelder as shawi rendering of Eugene I- ii dainty and which mine here from tinf-e to time. It certainly .sounds bad to hear a frc- jjutahle thi-atricai manager' say. "LL'tlihridge shovplace. nave struck-." Yet ihc truth ean- i not be denied. "Hard times" excus- are occasionally well ioundcd, and althougli it takes ninety per cent. tlie earnings .jf some people to pro-1' Ilerbst ana The sent sale is now open at Kenny Allin'y drug and hook store or al vide for (tern tlie necessities ol life iful of Schumann's "Went yd the vait majority liavc always Iich truh In del1 Gartenseli." "Abide to spcuU on entertaiiinients ojl witb -Me" I'-iiWle) .was rendered, no 'various forms. The wlidle. question1 ilramntlcally, devotlonally. iind is "Does i.evhbriilge to progress "lis "e uoll! to tlle true Interiire tlicalric-ally and mlisioally i am satistol that the answer will lie fouml in the aOirniatirr. Hut before the public, ean he expected to acconl'the theatre box otlice. the necessary support ii must he ill view that the theatre should lie! Inalle comfortable ami attractive, I; have it nn excellent authority that if! William U. Sherman jiulls out an-1 j other prominent syndicate eontem- hold of the theatre and jjlutlinir it in first class condition. My j advice lo Mr. Sherman is to think before he withdraws from j j which 1 venture to pre- dict will yet prove :i desirable loca-! tion for 1he Ilieatrieal manager. What] should be done is to close np the house for a few we-ks in order that t it may lie redecorated anil put in de-i cent shape. Is Mr. .Sherman lo make ihe move One word more j aud it is- tins I care not how cood a siiow may be if the theatre is not1 comfortable anil attractive the doors may as veil be sealed. dreds df have said lo me, "Ohj if that, horrid theatre were made more DOCTORS ADVISE OPERATIONS Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Swarthmore, Penn. For fifteen tliej years I suffered untold agony, and foi T onu period of nearly j Uvo years I had hem- 1 orrhages and the j doctors told me 1 I would have to un- j dergo an operation, but I began taking j Lydia E. Pinkham's j Vegetable Coin- pound and am in good health now. I comforlabie I would it. There's Ihc rub. Come along, Mr am ailover th Sherman, roll up your sleeves and ge.l, Change of Life and busy. It is have lost m'on- cannot praise your Vegetable Compound ey. Yes, loo much, but vour loss is1 toohighly. Every woman should takeital to a larite extent due lo the. facts as cnat ''my. I recommend it to both old have been already outlined young for female More, (.if have had Swarthmore, 1'a. j lhau one had show, although this sea-: Canadian Woman's Kxpcrienec: ;son i here has been a nrarke.il improve- Fort William feel as if I Iment in the standard of at Iraet 'oi.s.! could not tell others enough about the due, no doubt, lo the. ol i good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegettble the N'oriliwest Theatrical I'ircuit, i Compound has done forme. I was weak lhe.Urir.il nnd tired am] could not rout A -striijiishinK friend recommended your Compound and lions iliroughoiil Western Canada, and I soon gained health and strength and Mr. Sherman's retirement from l.eth-1 could not wish to sleep better. I know iiidnc will jusl nive them the open-1 other women who have taken it for the "K they are alter, whether W. same purpose and they join me in prsis- Khcnn.in win prevent this move re- WM. A. Bum-, 631 South Vickar ytruet, Fort Ontario. Since we guarantee that all testimo- nials which we publish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia K. Pink- hr.m's Vegetable Compound has the vir- tue to help these women it will help any other woman who is suffering in a like1 mwnner If you WHtif. Rprcfitl Advice write fo l.yrtln K. I'iukbHui Medicine Co. (conll- I.yun, Mass. Your Intlcr will he operM'.d, reail anil answered a mid liold In strict conliilrncf TODAY 'Lulu's Doctor" (eat Little Comedy Drama "The Would-be Hunter" He Has an Awful Nightmare "The Katzeftjamer Kids" The Terrible Kids Will Make You Smile Some "Hairdressing Fashions" Motion Latest: Fashions in Pictures "Sheepherding in Mexico" 'An Interesting Educational Subject Night Classes Free Tuition for perfect attendance Your opportunity to study. MECHANICAL DRAWING TYPEWRITING AND STENO- GRAPHY. ENGLISH AND ARITHMETIC WOODWORKING COOKINU See Mr. Bailey. Central school at onee. Oflice open tonight. Phone 1452. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Extra Special fop Saturday PICTURES 00 only, regular price and 0? i lo he sold at...... 'P1 Come early for a good selection. We also have a large stock of Cocoa lats. 25 PER CENT OFF For Saturday Only AT THE Albei-taOntlKtci's Phone 1735 405-6th St S. (Dominion Block) Week End at Starland An interesting- week end program s being- shown at Starland today, one nntaining several good attractions. 'he bill is mostly made up of com- dy features, there being three really oort funny1 films on the program, in- J ml ing one of tlie Katzen jammer ids, made famous through the car- oons of the same name. Numerous goo-d features are hooked or next week, as it is the constant im of tho management to keep the ragrams at Starland now, novel and Music and Geography Does the orchestra play some soft id languorous melody in slow and iigtiid do not have to looto! tilt; music runirs a Southern clime, where life ean.'S slowly on Ilo ihc chords nsli and are Die harmonics strident, j sure, says a writer in the New >vti Aineriean, thai they have hpfii' >rn in some I'upgcd coiiniry where', ie elements are harsh and there a 1'itt and a ilancinii incasiirr1 the notes, you shall Inn! the ori- n of that in some fair land w-hcre is plentiful and Kin trips merrilv mams to be seen. "The Red Rose" A riot of color, music, costumes, dean comedy girls cliftva'c.ttirfges .John c. rifihcr'H production of hU nuiHlttil couii-dy inieccBs H'cd which coinca.to .the, Vlajestic, Theatre tonight, Tho piece is thu collaboration of Harry ami llohsrl, H. Smith, with a jingling cuifftein'i ecoro by, Hobcrt the. minor pliraxes, you lie sun- that in the region whence, that came. Nature spacious and niouiuiul, too. A Hymn to Journalists The "liyinti of the is the very! lalest musical composition in Italy.' H is the of KafTueh; lios, directur of the cuinunmal con- certs ot Naples. He wrote il for tlie opening of the new I'ress Club of j N'aples, and it is rcportnl fo lie a re- markable piece of music, realistic, as1 a critic writes, of the ilally worki and tlm fire, te.rrar anil enthusiasm' ofi the active and able journalist. MAJESTIC THEATRE To-night Only JOHN C, FISHER PRESENTS The Greatest Musical Comedy Success Since His "Florodora" Red Rose Hook mill Lyrics liy Harry D. and Robert II. Smith .Music by lioburt Hood Bowers. SiaBOu by li. 11. liurmlde Dances arranged by Jack Alasou -WITH- ZOE BARNETT A REAL ALL-STAR CAST Including the Original Knglish Tony Ballot and the most ientingly. Beautiful Chorus of Dainty, Uouiiire and Delightful sing- ing and dancing girls over suea under one roof. DIRECT FROM THE GLOBE THEATRE, NEW YORK CITY" Special Feature, "The Student's Glide" PRICES: J1.00, 75c, and 50c. Seats on Sale at Kenny Allln's Drug and Book Store Photos To avoid the holiday rush, have your photos made now, at the La Feits' Studio IN THE SHEPARD BLOCK, OVER THE GOOD GROCERY CO., FIFTH STREET, SOUTH All (he latest fails anil stylos in art photography tor the Xmas presents, will be found at this studio. The PRESENT for FINE WORK NEWLANDS Opp. Herald Critic's Kind Word for the Critics Theru never was a time vlicn mus- ical criticism stood .higher in the writing about, and who present llio fruits of their trained knowledge nt- Iraclivply, pleasantly, without JUT United .States than it does today, j trance ami without fear. Anibi The reviewers for flip daily tfiosu wlio exert an inlhienee there ers of Boston, Philadelphia, r hie. a go not one who is rude or offensive and Vorkt as a rule, are men' of' manner neither is (here, one who learning, taste, good judgment and! a 'Krehhiel in N honesty', who know what they art; I York The Best Buy in Canada for (hose first-hand information in regard to Canadian development, and investment is THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Financial Post gives authentic. Jiml up-to-date information every' regarding Cunadian business conditio'ns. The Financial Post i? quoted as an authority by loading tUina- American and British publications when referring to Canadian investments. The Financial Post Hots lirst-haml information which is often- tinicH exclusive. The Investors' Information Bureau, through which reliable In- formation can he bad concenniiK any Canadian investment is free to subscribers. All correspond once is treated eonlidentially. 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