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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November 21, I. THE DAILY HERALD A Great EVENINGS ENTERTAINMENT A Big Popular CONCERT Majestic Theatre Nov. 23rd II. T. D'Arc, Soprano; K. J. La.vlon, Violinist: Kliynd Baritone; 11. (J. Salmon, Pianist. ENGLISH, miSlI AND SCOTCH SONGS t Popular Prices, 75cts., SOcts. and 35cts. Seal Sale Opens ;i( Horlton's on Monday, November. Mason Kiscli Baby Omul Piano Used.. Music and (Conducted by FIOELIO.) Last Time Tonight The Film of tlic Hour 'The Crusaders' A PRODUCTION Nothing like it ever seon ill any theatre before. One hour show! Special music! .You will be sorry if you miss, seeing this great, maslerpiece. by Mln Richards. Soon Here World's Series Baseball pictures, 1911 Our Monster Attractions Coining' 'Friday and .Saturday Program I TABER LOSING AN ENTERPRISING MAN T. F. Kramer Moving to to Burglarize Hard- Store Ungra'teful Daughter The Modern Mother (to h-nr daugh- here, .my dear, 1 an, go- Jng to "give' a bridge party this after- and I -want you to stay and 'fill. in. Daughter mother, I It! You are all alike. Nev- .ready LO hol'p "me in my household duties." .Jlaurloo Enright, business agon-; for ;t plumbers' union in Chicago, was sentenced io life for miiVder.' George Snow's garage, at Winni- peg, was burned out yasierday, and five taxi-cahs cltjs'trqyed. Gco. Knight, a Brentford night- watchman, was killed 'by a train while on his way to work. Prance and Spain will negotiate to determine the ooco. itatus of Spain in In the New Home You want the b" t when starting in the new.home. Above ally you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Healer. "The Perfection is the best and ifioat reliable heater made. It a sort of portable fireplace. It is' ready nigty and day. Just strike a match and light. wick. The Perfection is all aglow in a minute. "Hie Perfection Oil Healer does not smell automatic device prevents (hat. It can be carried easily from room to room and equally suitable for any room in I lie Handsomely finithed, nickel trimmings; drums of either turquoise-blue enamel or plain iteel. AtV yeur Jnler ttiov jstu i I I l-altr, or lordeuf iptltc lo any agency of Taber, Nov. F. KraiW, for Llie past three years tlie .popular C. f3. R. agent at'this, point, has resigned position- uid is going tp Calgary open a .stock broker's .alllc-a. ,'lt is earned that Mr. Kranier has Jfeted arrangements whereby he will able to install a private wire, in li.s office ,and ;in .additipii to the regu- ar line of stocks, ho will handle the icw Superior'Milling Co.'s property, vho have fl large coal aTOa'jnstVjross he river from Taber. The, "Superior Joal intend to put in a largo plant of handling.- over. Jer day, plan- ing a tpwrisite, an''electric- lighting 'hint, a water a sewerage system. The company hava made arrangements for a spur TO be rim from the main of .-the C. P. R. at Taber, which will tap their property by means of a trestle' bridge i over the Belly River, and in months a prosperous little' town should spring up. Mr. Cramer's many friends wish him all luck in his new venture. Building contfhues active in Tflber. -Mr. 13 rotii Metis is erecting a modern pop! hall on Main street, whilst- JC. Malo iias (jommeiiced the erection of a handsome residence on south. It. is expected 'that next year will, see many n-ew buildings erected iin the town. It is some tini'e.sinci Tabcr saw a building boom, and it would not romii amiss. The store of the Taber Hardware Co. was entered on Saturday ni.l'it by some amateur burglars, at least thai is thy opinion which 'the police have come to. Mr. Fenton, who as- sists with the books, 'went into 'the store on Sunday morning to finish n liltla work, and noticed that tlis safe had been tampered with. A hois "had been started over the lever, a ml a can of powder was found beside' the safe, but the would-be burglars were apparently startled before they could proceed very far with their, work.- The police are of opinion j thai the attempt was' niad-a by local parties. This is Ihe second' time within a few months that this, store Weit'i Ml nit re I. a the Mijeitlc Theatre Perhaps It is not generally iuiown that U'cBt, -Hie original niliiHtrel man. lias boon dead for some years. The black faced follows who appeared toaro last evening at the Majestic Theatre would liavo Riven West a rndu jol-t If Jit-' bad been alive ,to witness thti performance last night, which was, frankly speaking, not of high grade-.quality nor worth tlw price o'f admlflBldn charged. The aiut- ence may may not have enjoyed the entertainment. I do not wish to lo the company injustice. The singing.was certainly away below par. One tried in vain to find something about the performance which, by the way, was featured by old time jokes 'of the fifteenth century variety, .fames G. Carroll, however, secured to be-about--the best in the cast. -He gave a musical specially which pleas- ed -the-audience, Ills handling of the sleigh bells being very creditable. James, however, miiihi. do a little better on the English concertina. "The. Battle of Hinder Hill" did not enhance "the entertain in en i. one bit. Chief Kagle Horse was advertised on the program an doing an Indian not elty stunt. ThS Chief deserves crcd for tackling the Toreador's song froi Carmen, the accompaniment by th minstrel band being in keeping ,wit the rendering given the solo. Th chief, however, has ;ni lexcolleiri bar tone Voice of mellifluous Lyne and Kliment, a pair of cleve dancers, met with a warm reception the black faced member of the doing a uuuk dance worthy of warm praise. It is peculiar how these spec l'ty dancers have usually excelTen control of their legs yet poor contro of their vocal organs. The minstrel 'eturn here on Saturday for two per 'ornmncos, Grand Opera at the Majestic Grand opera at your door, is til leaning lira nutshell of the enter >rise of the International Operatic :onipany, which will appear at the Majestic theatref tonight. This, remarkable- company of grand ipera singers includes Tekla Farm VfcKj'nnie, latse pvima donna sop ano with Mine. Schimianu-Heink, nd the other members of the coin- any are all genuine grand opera infers. Such a -select combination of artists is at oni-e a guarantee of reliability. Discriminating lovers of music in town and countryside have long beep yearning for an opportun- ity to hear the music of the. masters rendered in an authoritative, artistii manner, and it behooves them to avail themselves'of unpreccdenl- ed opportunity of satisfying 'ftifeir mu- sical souis when the International Operatic Company comes their way, to their very door, in fact. The mu- sic sung by these artists will be from the best operas and oratorios, and the operatic numbers will be rendered in costume of character. The com- pany is elaborately'equipped, and all audiences, whether of 1dwri or will, have the opportunity of hearing grand opera .selections as thwy roally should he done. os. Seats are now On sale at Ro- ebon's. The public are requested to secure their Beats prevent disappointment, au trie demand prom- ises io be brisk. Kubtllk's Advice to "Violin Pupils '''ho s-tamlarti of violin playing tui sieadlly, Increased of late years which Is not surprising when one'considcrs the enormous Increase of students from all nations .steadily, for years, devoting hours daily to mastering the intricacies Instrument. I'agfinini'.s command of technigtic, which so'astonished (he world in his that ii was nttrioutcd to the In- fluence of this iWil must now bo considered part of the equipment of every modern virtuoso. "ArtisiB are born, nol but the greatest natural abilities require ;i tremendous amount Of ban! wor't uirl steady, intelligent application to ivelop them to tlmir fullest extent. I have' known many brilliant stud- ents who have given great promise n their early days quite'left behind u the race for, fame ami fortune by lie legs naturally gifted but more dll- i igent companions. i The greater difficulty ot the mod- em violinist is to be able to Interpret thy works of all the great masters, as the executant, is called upon to master So many different styles. Kuboiik will piny at the .Majestic theatre on Friday evening, Nov. 24th. In; assisted by Eva Alylott, a magnificent contralto.. Bijou Opening a Success' The opening of this new picture theatre last night crowned with success, the irew building being crowd- ed to the doors. The. respective p_hpto- iHays shown were the subject of! fav- orable comment. The management expressed, themselves as being ile- ifihted with the reception accord'ed .he opening of the new theatre. A Packed House at Starland Starland was crowded to the doors flat evenling ami the acme of cxcel- enco is -the most suitable expression vhich can b'e used in connection with -he program.' "The Crusaders" is cue if the most expensive masterpieces seen at this thealttt, and fiose vho miss seeing this production will sorry, as nothiing like i't has ever i-een shown in any theatre in this ity befoiw, about 4000 feet of fiilm laving been used to depict this beau- iful work of art. In order to accommodate the large rowels tonight, doors will be open at even o'clock sharp. New Picture Theatre for St. Paul Mr. Paul Marquand, president of uirlaud, Limited, lias just returned a trip to St. Paul, having just losed a contract for a lease extend- ig over thirty years o'f a big block property on the corner of Eighth venue and Wabash street, known be one of the very best-corners the Minnesota city. The-property 150 feet deep, allowing for the con- ruction of a moving picture theatre hich will seat over 2500. The con- tract was closed Inst week, and the "Girls" at the Majestic "Gills" will ue the 'offering by the Majestic Stock Co. at the Majestic Theatre on Wednesday evening by this first-class company, which has lust closed a tliree-niglit engagement at the Majestic (o good business, and t is hoped Hint the theatre-goers will turn put on Wednesday and give .hem a bumncr house. heji Sergt. Roberts made his sensa- tional capture of two men at the point of a gun. CHRISTMAS BOXES FOR FRIENDS IN ENGLAND Winnipeg, Xov. post of- fice officials slated today that the 'last parcel posts for certain distribu- j Lion in Great HrKain before Christmas jwill close at Winnipeg at. 1C o'clock, December 5. A similar letter mail wiill close December Wanted lo Speak Having been shown the speaking (tube ami hacHls uses explained, Flynn 'iht; new porVor, blnw tnijiiHy on.il. llonriiis? !hn whistle, his eiu- Iployrr canir to Hie tube. "Vi'H." lie 'Tis Oi. 1'Hilily Klynn. jv Mr. "I am.'' fiwid ctiiployor. s-itid l-'lynn, "will put head oul o1' tli' Hccond storey window whoilo I out 10 the pnvemout? Oi wjiiit, to spakv L' A'Lsrgc Audience for the Big Popular Concert on Thursday The Scotch, Irish and English will iave one grand tima at the Majestic 1'h'eatre on Thursday night at, the bit? popular concert -Co be given by local talent: Rhyiiil .lamioson's .magnifi- cent' baritone voice will thrill the hearts of (ha audience wiv.li Scotch, Kng'iigh Irish songs familiar lo everybody. No one should miss hear- ing Mr. Jninleson sing "The "My'Ain Folk." and a host of other i fas'cinalln.c; s Ecprano, iu addition to her o burs, will join Mr. Jamieson in l.liat excellent dnot "When Thou Art Near" while Mr. Lay ton's violin nnmhors nra certain 'to delight everybody. Lcthbrldge people have one great opportunity lo hear proba- bly the popular programme ev- er given In this city popular been commenced, very long Starland, Lim- work has and befo ited, live famous Canadian moving pic- ture concern, will commence business on the sfde, and 'here Is no doubt that if their present policy of tire best pictures, feature and the very finest of high class music and eminent vocalists is adher- ed to, the company should have no di-ficulty in holding their own in this brillianj, new venture, which, by the way, is very well thought of in St. Paul. LECTURES y.M.C.A. Every Night Prof. Alexander Saturday "Who Ara Our Children. Fads." Admission Free Collectioji Tait-in Doti'l ntihK .lii.s lenliirt! on Love, Courtship, Marriagr Jealousy (Wednesday) 25c and 50c cgiisitltntiotis 'luily from 10 ilr.'i Uoom I. THE POPULAR VOTE Ottawa, Nov. official turns from the Yukon still miss !hc popular majority of the Borden govsninieiit at the general e'ectio is now placed at The popular majority of the Lanrier government In 1008 was The total govern- ment vot-3 cast was and the total Liberal vote The Lib- erals letl in Nova Scotia, New Brime-, T iv Vlc'1' Quebec. Saskatchewan, and Ai- Mrs. JI. L. conservatives in the [other provinces. The figures by provinces are as follows: Province Cons. Lib. Nova Sco'tia...... New [Brunswick 10. Island...... Quebec........ t'ntario........ .Manitoiia....... 4.1.34IJ Saska-iehcwan AlltorUt........ Hrlllah Columbia Id.IN Total......... Conservative majority: Majestic Theatre W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 JOHN COSGROVE PRESENTS TO-NIGHT International Opera Singers The you have been waiting for Prices: 7Sc Gal. SOc Maton Riich Baby Grand Piano Uied ic Theatre VV. 8. ijHERMAN, ftfenagc'r. 'PHONE One Night Only Wednesday, November 22n3 Harry D.Marrt presents The Majestic Stock Co. in Prices: 75c SOc 35c Gallery 25c TO N I G HT The Bijou Theatre Feature Program of High-Class Photo THE VAGABOND A Spjeiidid 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 Evening show 7.30 to 10.30 continuous performance Matinee every day lOc and 15c THE GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT OF THE.SEASON KUBELIK MADAME EVA MYLOTT HERR LUDWIG SCHWAB Assisled by The famous Pianist. Australian Contralto. THIS MAN WAS REGULAR DESPERADO, H-enudelto, Minn., Nov. j j Ion I in; Ki-mimi with n sprit ankle, j -m John siirnMidfrr-d In a mini- I parly, composed of rcsidtMits j'- ot' I'it I, :iud hi- fdinrgod j ('on sin hies Kohl. 'Wrrer and .HluMfhiK inlout on armed tbeniHeh'KS willi C. N. K. easi. cif on 1-Vidiiy and within a few' mimitf-s tlmy anoriiooii. lllnke HCIMI running hot pursuit. ihrough ilie village shoi'lly N'. train passed, mid lie tHrnip Under Direction of Mr. Frank Buckingham Majestic Theatre, Friday, November 24th SEATS CAN STILL BE BOOKED AT Iliginlxilliani it .Ltd. Box HcalN Kxlra-. WILLIS P.IANO USED. pf-ared in a of woods. The chi- V.CIIB ot lltllu 'headed by rand jjuimtul if at nrignon, who ririon jin advance of OMgou'H spolu- -first, hpwover, and Blalifc oaught'up with i sunk to tlicv ground wllh n- bullet iflt-r the ;iiim. within a utihrtcr of nn lioiir and iMirbiigli his rlgln. .nnklo. The Injury ic dlHiiii- a dvMiuiiid was made on him io took the fiyht- out of him and.he anrrenclcvetl .wilhout" up bin hanils. Me -rained, omj band but drew K revolver wH.li the otbor ;