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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I Monday, November 2fO. DAILY ITERATE A Great EVENINGS ENTERTAINMENT A Big Popular CONCERT Majestic Theatre Nov. 23rd II. T, D'Arc, Soprano; E. -J. Liiytoii, Violinist; Khyml Baritone; II. C. Salmon, Pianist. ENGLISH, IKLSH AND SQQTCII SONGS Popular Prices. 75cts., SOcts. and 35cts. Seal Sale Opens at Knchon's on AJomlay, 20th November. Mason Riseh Baby Grand Piano Used. NELUE CHARGED WITH BOOILEGGIN( The Plan Opened to the General Public this morning at 0 o'clock, at J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., lor KUBELIK ASSISTED BY .VMADAME EVA MYLOTT THE FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN CONTRALTO HERB LUDWIG SCHWAB- PIANIST Box Seats Extra. MAJESTIC THEATRE Eve., Nov. 24th WjLLIS PIANO USED. BUT STAR WITNESS WAS DRUN AND THE CASE 'WAS DISMISSED Spokane, Wash., Nov. 20. No Pickerell, alias Harry Allen, was n fcrted to as "it symphony in brown by a govaninH'iil oflicial as she triii down the stairs at tliu Spokan county following her distlmrg by tliu federal grand jury, the muni burs of which declined to return "tnic bill" for alleged "bootlegging' amqnp; the Indians, .south o[ licry Alexander Paul, an Indian, wiio, tin federal authorities say, purchased li quor'from tliu woman, was too toxicatcd to lest'ify whun called be fore the jurors and the dismissal suited. Paul was held as a witness against the woman in u state case to bu instituted. Miss Piekwell was ar- rested more than two months ag and' held a prisoner. She wcrc nii'n garments and her sex was not sus- pected until the jail attendants began searching for lircarms and Other dan- gerou.s weapons. "1 guess you'd hot- ter call the she said, quiet- ly, "as I am-a woman, (hough I have worn men's clothes, since leaving home in the east, more than nine years ago." Miss Pickerel, who 28 years of has a physique that would do credit to a 'longshoreman. She. worked man in the grain fiel'Is and forests throughout the [or several years. Extra ATTRACTION TODAY Gigantic Masterpiece in Three Beels "The 99. Trying to Concentrate (Continued frptri Frcint. Pagt.) OR JERUSALEM DELIVERED Remarkable bfUle eceneii of breathless interest, -wonderful war duels, and a. tpucHIng story of 'love running together Thousands of Crusaders The Uosls ol Jerusalem POSITIVELY th.e attraction ot kind ever'exhibited In the city. 8ee It and you never forget It and you will ue aorry. V NO RAISE IN ADMISSION. VAS DROWNED IN r CR.OJX RIVER St. Stephens, N'. B., Nov. fccott, of Honeydale, was drowned in ft. Croix river horo Sunday night. lie 1 his wife and six children arrived a motor boat from Lubec, Maine, while attempting to from the to a scow a public landing, i feir overboard and drowned. llo had in his pockets. The Ic-ily hag not recovered, LECTURES Y.M.C.A. Night Prof. Alexander taturdiy "Who Ara Our j Children. Aijfflldlaii FTM Cillcctlon T'kftn Don't mlis hie grent lecture on Love, Courtihlp, Marrliga it Jolouiy 2I< Me Private coustiltaUons 'laily trom 10 a.m. Ilot.l dra Room 1. PRESIDENT WAS FATALLY HURT HEAD OF SANTA DOMINGO DEO BUT PARTICULARS ARE LACKING Washington, D. C., Nov. dent Caccrcis, of Santo Domingo, was wounded. yoKfcrday tit San Doiiiingo City, according Lq report from American Minister Emli- coit. No details have rcaclicrf here. LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET Liverpool, Nov. Rogers Co, .Liverpool, cable today that the few cattle that were Tor sale com- maiidvd a ready snle at pricoi.jHHt cnhlcd, which were, for States ateera 12 3-4 to 13 1-4 nentB; Canadian front 12 3-4 to 13 1-2 and ranchers from 11 1-4 to 12 and 3-4 centR pnr pouud. "Did Algy make a hit at ttw llter- arj' "i giiflas he did. pronounc'ed In a brand apw way, and then alltidnd-tn ft an Victor Her- bert'n masterpiece." minster ,Iload, and also an incline shortly east of Westminster Hoad for some distance. Whether or not thig is an actual fact can ascertained by the city engineer taking the leveli or grades at these points. Assuming; it to ba correct, there is uo doubt that with the broad policy at the rail- i'ay company, could see their 'ay clear to enter into an agreement with city which would toe mutual: y raise their tracks at this point, giving more head room with leas excavation in building a subway. It would seem to the casual observer that it would undoubtedly Ije a great advantage to the North Ward, also the vicinity of the suh.way. Westminster Road and along the same street in North Ward, would appear to he the natural route [or a street pall way line whera it wouh do th-a greatest good to the greal nuaiber, whereas should it crpss Coutts street bridge it would he run ning through an unprofitable diatric [or some time. My reasons for--suggesting: this that had a candidate, and bfeen successful, it is one of the many lions I had in mind as being wortl Nooking into. Again thanking my many friends for their hearty solicitation, I bag remain, Yours respectfully, A. H. MCKEOWN: PLAIN TALK TO LETHBRIDGE MEN 'I'iic Star.laml fhcjitre [Kicked e.stcnlay nt, nu'cMllgs for meu only, uldresscd liv Dr. Alexander, of Chi- iago. The lectures were certainly very 'lain talks on social and physical lUestioiiK and if the men who heard iii'iu, go wroiifj and become I u'ill he their own fault. They iOt. sity tbat (he warning uas nol Mong, or die explanation of physical ffccls not plain enough. Such talks ro all too rare, as much or the roiihle of ilio world is tho rcsiilt ol lougMlessness and an occasional shonlil do good. Frof. Alexander continues liis setv is' of lectures at Uic lo- ight ami will conclude Wedneirtar his famous lecture on I-oVe, 'ourtship, Marriage Jealousy. JOSBEC CONFESSES IN MURDER CASE M. Jasbec, who is now awaiting his .rial on Hie charge ol being an ac- lompiice t0 the ccime of murder in vhich Const, of the R.M.W. lost his life at frank in the pring-bTTfloS, lias maile. a full cph- essiqh of liis part of the crime, 'to Supt. Primrose, of the Mounted Po- lice at Maclcqd. He gave as his rea- son for not telling qi thii pcrime he- fore, tlint he was afraid oi being shot by someone who was mixed up in the crinre, stating that he had been shot at from behind since the sate of the murder. lie had at one time1 worked in the Reliance mine al Talier, but the mine closed down, and lie was left without money. He sold bis horse and buggy for and went to Frank, where jie hart heard there was work, and there ho claims he met Ebert ami Jcknhsick, who is still at large. As there was no work tlieVc they sup- ported themselves by petty thefts. Then one night they went out toward the depot, Kbcrt taking .lasbec's shotgun. They wcrn scared from there, and then went to P. Burns' butcher'shop, when the same person again scared them. He went around the building one way and Eherl other, but not seeing (infilling be star.te.d for home, but bad not gone 'ar when he heard a Rbert came out and tolil him some one hai asked, "What arc you doing here, lashing ,a revolver at the same time. Eberl had fired. That was all Jas- hcc said he knew of the crime. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducts by FIDILjO) "My Friend from India" a Performance The Harry D. MHITB Stock Co. gav very creditable porfqrmunpe of "M Friend From'India" at the Alajesll 1'heatro lant Saturday evening befor i fair audience. The cast WHS u' we balanced one, the main character sue cess of the evening being played b; Craig, whose portrayal 'Of Uii lorholt the retired pork packer, wa: capital. Wm. K. Blako did not fit wcl n the part O'l rvVJene Bhnver. Mr Hake does not shine In this comedy. Tilley, the German maid very cleverly played by Miss t-lsie Gladys. The remaining .parts verc creditably taken. It was mifor tmatc to introduce those chestnul 'auclovjlle specialties. I would agnln raphaBize strongly that such inter lolatlons -between tne acts always poll a play. West's Minstrcli Tonight at Majestic Alhthe new songs mat are now the age together with the old favorites, be beautifully tendered by the oca! chorus of the Wm. H. West Big ubileo Minstrels, tha-t will appear this city tonight at the Majestic, t will a night long to be remem- iu the annals of local amuse nents, for not only will be seen best's funny comedians and superb ocaliats and entertaining dancers, ut there has been atlcleil this season ie funniest afterpiece that ever has oen staged. "The Ba-ttte of Cinder replete with ludicrous OIIB, a, side-splitting, screaniiftg bur- squo on war and its incident horrors. This will be the one big fun night nd ow3v that you cannot afford to IBS. International Operatic Singers The singing ot the Intcnmtioiial pernlip Company will make you dir- iu your eraphophone selections be- ause the company will give you real- tic operatic and classical selections, oii _ivill hear first-class artists as icy 'really are. You will see tho larmiers as they should he, anil y0u ill pci'Ciiive to the fullest, extent of musical intelligence atid to heat id operatic art once will ivc a far more lasting value ic repetition oi a record thousand mer..; Why not he a true lover of usic and patronize the International pei-atic Company and get lliu feast, your lifetiure recorded on your cniory al a price that bears no conv risotl lo'iiie value you will receive, on'i; miss this unique opportunity tiiR Alajnstic Theatre on Tuesdaj xt, Nov. 21st. Girls" at the Majestic Wednesday Next which is to lie presented Wednesday night by the Majestic Stock company at the Majestic th'a- atre promises to he one of the great- est hits of the season. This hit 'has had a very long run in New York and said to be the btest comedy of today. The company closed a three nights' engagement on Saturday. This com- pany is the strongest and best that lias ever appeared in this city in this line and no doubt on Wednesday, MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Mln.jur. Phon. Wm. Cranston TO-NIGHT THE FAMOUS West's Minstrels Prices: 1.3O 1 75c Gallery SOc iestic Theatre W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 JOHN COSGROVE PRESENTS Tuesday, November 21st International Opera srs The onei you have been waiting for OO 75c Gal. SOc I Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. HOW TO SPEND SLJNDAV Rev. G. H. Heustls. of Red Deer, travelling and general secretary for the Lord's Day Alliance for Alberta and British Columbia, preached in the yesterday. night to crowded coiigregntipn at Wesley church he dealt with the Sabbath as made for man and took a broad view emphasizing the neccssily of the ono day of rest. urged, young men to devote the'day to elevating thought and saiil It was a proper day to spend hour studying such 'subjects as civics. To know the problems of park-making, sanitary arrangements nid other riueslioiiB going to effiact the moral uplift of .1 community. Tonight Mr. Heuatis will lecture in Westminater church on "Christianity md Socialism." More than stamps annually are, it is said, found loose in the let- er boxei of the United Kingdom. when they put oil standing room only will be seen. Heavy Demand For Seats For Big Pop- ular Concert Thuriday Everything points to a crowded au- dience at tne-Majestic Theatru oil1 Thursday, Nov. 2.S, when the big pop- ular English, Irish am Scotch songs will take place. Ucth- bridge people will have ;iu opportun- ity of hearing one of the. lending bari- tones in the Dominion today in tin person of Hhynd. Janrieson, who wil .sing a variety nf songs which wil rouse the audience to enthusiasm Mrs. H. T. H'Arc, a magnificent so- prano, will also render Hongs which the public always like, while E. Y. Lnyton's violin will catch the fancy of Ihe audience. Great interest Is being taken in this concert. Rhynd .Jamiesou IKIK ;i big eastern reputa- tion as a cnncurt artist and liis ap- nearancc on Thursday evening is sure to draw a crou'd. The sale of seats is proceeding :it Hochun's. One IMight Only Wednesday, November 22nd Harry D. Mam The Majestic Stock Co. in "GIRLS" Prices: 7Sc SOc 3Sc Gallery 25c Shilohb Ctm H conjhs, ci TO-NIGHT TO KELP IN THE SIEGE Canton, Nov. re. totalling 8000 have traon mans- d here preparatory to their diapntch Nankins, whctia they will nvo In the alofe of the clly. THE CRUSADERS" at Starland Tonight The Bijou Theatre Will open its doors to the public with the all feature program of high class photo plays THE VAGABOND A Splendid Heart-Touching Drama A MARVELLOUS COW Plenty of Laughter LOCHINVAR A strong drama taken from Sir Walter Scott's famous poem, "Lochinvar." Don't miss this one Tuesday 2 p.m. Evening show 7.30 to 10.30, continuous performance Matinee every day ;