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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y. NovcinlMsr 21, I. TjmrnRTnttE DAILY U Store This in Your Memory That Kerr Co.'s Store of Quality Is to be found replete with all Varieties of high-class Groceries and Provisions, Teas and Coffees PRICES WE ARE SECOND to NONE' HAM IVenuiun, por Ib. .25c (JiiiiiVtlian, per Hi.........23c I.'.rciui.iun, sliced, Ib. BACON .Swift's Premium, per Ib. .32c 1're in in in, sliced. Ib. 35c Swil'l's J'nok, per Crtiuuliaii, pei' Ib..........25c LAUD. 3's, "wo; 5's, Liljby's Vienna Snusage 15c Clarke's- .English Brawn, iu ias.s Hanover Saner. Kraut......20c Libby's Dill Pickles, doz. .25c California Sliced Peaches and Apricots, Eosedalc Brand, no- thing finer, per tin.......20e Ciilifarjiin.ii .Royal Anne Cher- ries, 2 .t-2's, Eosedale Brand for ....................35c White. Asparagus, .Large size ..............45c Ualil'oniian Asparagus, green tip, Li IjbyX Hawaiian Pineapple 25c Comb Honey............ 25c Dead man's Honey, qts. ,85c Fresh Vegetables to Arrive Saturday Morning Ripe Tomatoes 20c Ib., Cucumbers 20c or2 for35c Cauliflower 25c each, Parsley 40c doz., Head Lettuce and Hot House Lettuce 30c Ib., Ruhbarb 121-2 Ib. and Celery 12 1-2 Ib. PHONE YOUR ORDER FOR THE ABOVE Frida Saturday Specials Did you put this number in your telephone directory? Westminster Market-1055 The place to get the best home- made sausages and potted meats Music and Drama (Conducted by FIDELIO.) Popular Concflrt at the Majestic To Mr. Khyud the inusic- o'Viiig public of LcU.briilge owe many for tliu accorded them the concert last night. This is the first- or a series, and tho wealth sonfc and music bespoke Itappy inauguration. Tliu concert it self, was of the druvviiip-room type with many, ot the to wliici time gives an atldotl. popularity the careful. and 'urtiKtlic manner which they ai'o rendered.- Mr. .laii.ic- son gavo to those a dolight with line baritone voice. In "Blow, Blow, Thou Wlnlor Wind" celled bitiiseir ami the singer captivated the house. ".Mother 0' Mine" with its intricate ryihm, a difficuLty to the average singer, was excellently: handled. Among other gems the. evening were; "The R0sr ary" and "My Ain folk." The Jamics'bn's is not'on- ly-his but vhc'soul lie into it, niseis the exposition of the true a'riist wnd at once gains the sympathy of Jiic .audience. .The performance opened with a bril- liantly executed Mazurka, as a piano solo, by Mr. IT. C. Salmon, who throughout ably, fulfilled the role of accompanist. Mrs. D'Arc, who is not- unfamiliar to Let abridge, a pupil ol Mr. Jamicson, ren- dered the "Last-Hose of .Summer, She is gifted uith a be lutifu! sopririo wli.ch evidence o carefui Heir encore of- Home Sneet Homt greath tppiccifltetl, the old time me o i0s ing r othmg ol its appeil Mr I Iimieson she an prusc north} rendering of ilic dutt When tl u ait noar It is not often iiruteurq M cceed in pkrisuig m itidi once with violin selections. Mr.. E. J showed himself io b a thorougl master of his m Uiunient Hie awhoucc roused to, fipp.ljiiisc hy the manner in which he expressed .himself. Me has .the true inspiration and a of1 UchniQue hi HIP avenge i I ich of the perfoimcrs I ingrainled himsolf herseli in thtms of theli intensions (o continue to .gpiohitnn of the he-ircis The qon she ibeir numerous Bgirona the success From. slirt. fin 'photoplays tint monej intl cxper big minstrels at the .Majestic Theutro Saturday, matinee ami nlghT, Novem- ber There will bo an entire change of program, all the songs, acts etc., will be different from that of the former engagement. To thoso who was not fortunate enough to sos the opening engagement; of the- West com- pany thus afforded a. chance the last If mo this season to enjoy tbo two and one half hours of mirth; and; melody. Remember the date, Saturday, November 25th. "Reiurrectloh" Night Possibly .no play written in recent years 'ban. ciiised the sensation that Tolstoi's Resurrection hag, this play having.'bocit translated Into almost every 'knoW: language, iit was' writ- ten at'a was rife "n Russia, .and the' novel was cen- sured' by the Riissian authorities. At. the. tinie the'book wtis 'written, Tolstoi' was 'conducting a vigorous campaign.'-aiwins.t tiic atrocities of .'the (dminiBtration; of the convict' system n the chief ch'arac'ters arc tttk'eri-fronv ty'pes'-whtch 'actually" ists "Resurrection" is not, as the name would, imply strictly a religious but is a well constructed functional i liama abounding In good corned; uid j giving .aplendid opportunities fo scenic .effects. Tho 'Alien players'-will'present on "Monday 'next 'at th estic; tlleatrev During their sta> lore, they'Will change the play everj nght and also a jiopuiir matinee on Saturday afternoon THE GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT OF. THE SEASON TO-NIGHT KUBELIK Under the Direction ol Mr. Frink Buckinghjm Anlited by MADAME EVA The famous Australian Contralto. HERR LUDWIG Pianist. SEATS CAN STILL BE BOOKED AT J.D.HIGINBOTHAM 4 CO, Gallery Scats extra WILLIS PIANO USED. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Manager. Popular End Bill at Star find Starland management announce gigantic program for the week end and a big treat .is in store for the liany. patrons of the people's favor te -theatre. The new attractions which have been, secured are such ar o create great' interest and draw arge crowds. The very great 'at- endance at this theatre daily-is more fan proof positive of the splendor of he program si thcic ind th-e nets rendered by Miss Richards and t B. Willis were enjoyed by the. him- reds of .who attended tho ast k The management as1 cart and on the pifiV 4. oE local musicians deserve encouragement, ,4f Kubelik Tonight ?he following is pfb- m for tgnights gieat Uolln recital Concerto in D Minor, .Vleuxtemps Introduction Allegro, Marciale Folia .elndhim (Cor violin .Bach Introduction et Rondo Capriccioso Kubelik Caro MIo In the Time of .Heichardt The Cry of Rachel----i......Psalter Oh, That We Two TTepe Maying ........................Ney'in .Miss Eva Mylott Tarantella Wieniawski Humoresko................ Dvorak Palpiti PRgannl Kubclik Willis Piano Uaed West's Minstrels iDon't be a will if you miss the return engagement of West's i-snce'.caa Tho bill for today will Iinowu .as an all feature bill, owing lo the" exceptional ;.iidvantages others, as they are one of the large, corporation and best circuit of houses in America, and therefore get .lie benefit of natural advantages The feature for today is a big cowboy tnd military "Tho Hold- with plenty of excitement and lot of fun. Mutt and Jeff and -the Newsboys will mnlte you laugh for n week, and other interesting subjects and a duet by Mies Richards ami T. E. Willis will completo the greatest week kend program ever given at Starland. Do-not. forget the special matinee Saturday. Bijou Theatre The Bijou Theatre was well attend- ed again j-esterday, everyone express- ing themselves as being- delighted with the pictures exhibited. The Bijo'u theatre has taken an important place among our local play houses and it patrons will always have to look upon the entertainment given there with pleasure. There will be a matinee tomorrow, Saturday. Saturday, November 25th Matinee at 2.30, Right at 7.30 lletiira.-Eilgagcniejit-of I lie Best Win. Weil's Big IViinstrels The.finfysl Minstrel organization that ever jiresGiited in Lethbridge A Programme Chief Eagle Horse, the wonderful'intliaii ealist, in two Grarid Opera selections, .also tahl.ean preseiita'tions, novel and unique. 25 Musicians, Singers, Comediennes-25 Matinee, 25c iiiul Niglit Scats, 75c, 50c. Galleryf 25c. If you liavd.iicvdr.so.en Minstrels, doii't miss it this.iiine.; .-Tt'-you have seen them-you will be o'iad'to sjo'affain. (Mqjjgstic Theatre W.B. Sherman, Mai: Phone 646 I I I I i i i Absolute cessation, so far us pos- bio oC the activities of ngliah speaking people throughout world live minutes for silent ayer -and contemplation, is a sugges- Martin A. Knapp, presiding judge of tha Court of Commerce, told a laJ'ga audience in tho University or Pennsyl- vania that a crisis is coming which will test the policy of the government's i which Senator Root, of New York Irate regulation system, and that if it made for tho celebration of the [fails, government ownership '.will be tin centenary. I only alternative. CLABESHOLM Weatherproof Paint You can readily appreciate the i economy of painting exposed parti j of your house with paint protect! I and preserves the wood for the long- est time at the towcst cost. You ahould, therefore, be particular to get PURE. PAINTS vcrr toonditntiloranil lidc. bliilrr, inil peel off. M I, 1'urc f'uint J NOT bcciui whir.h wr hive haw lo mix teulJi. (es.eioin, eiccctionislly duribk aovtrlnf. I twice Icnf any other Try it- Made in (ortr-ieven for all Im- peril! A Co., l.imiied, ECOMMENDEU AND SOLD BY LATIMCR MART, Claresholm, Nov. High Riv- er on (.be 22nci inst. was celebrated the marriage of William Living, clerk In the Queen's hotel, Claresholm, to OhiLtlols .daughter of Stove Ohatlois, foreman at the provincltl experimental farm here. The Wilton Hotel Imvo started to run their dining room on the Euro- pean -plan which means that it will be open all day and meals and quick orders can bo had at any tfrns. Jlnresholm IK such u busy place in ts way that tin's will without doubt be a much appreciated change and people will have the choice of excel- lent dishes cooked by a white cook. There ia a, 'luncheon counter at one side of the dining room. J. It. AVjitt. baa opened a law Stively and will visit, that town once or twice a week carrying on business In ClareKholm. It Is very gratifying to say that-the weather has kept fair since Chin- which did not laat long enough clnar all the anow away, but still ;the stocks aro fairly dry and thresh- ing Is proceed ins apace, and should the country he blessed with fine wea- ther for three weulm much cnn be done yet in the way of threshing and PLEBISCITE IS I MONK'S POLICY PEOPLE TO SAY WHETHER HELP WILL BE GIVEN ENGLAND Ottawa, Out., Nov. 24. The delmUi on the address in the House of Commons which was of' necessity conlinud to the afternoon sitting, was continued by Hon. K. U Monk, Ifoii. Rodolpho Lemieux and A. Mondeaii, the now member for Ya- inns'Ka, who was speaking at- six o'clock. Mr. Monk, while not making any if ion as to tho, manner, in he hc'caina a member of the cabinet-1 declared that the ministers wtirtV'Oii the best oi terms with, one Flint wills and ceiling with the wnhsibli, M-L FLAT WALL COLORS. r artistic ttencil Owing; lo tho rievlilon of the United (lovernment to fortify l.he Pun- iinm Ciiniil, the forta commaiuiing tho channels to Port Koyal fllnl Klnf- ietoli, itiland of .lamnica, will iniodnllod anil more sunit In tlieui. LECTURES Y.M.C.A. Every Night Prof. Alexander Don't mlfls his great loctnro Theory oj Disease. nnd Crimin- als, Why. A Collection Taken to Read Char- ixteter hy IhinfiRhnkfi. Walk. Byesf Nose and Chin, Admiiftion 25c SOo Lecture it 10 p.m. to Mtn SUrland Theatre I'rivhto c'Mifiultatlons from JO a.m. Alexaiiv lira Room h J another. lie said that he belie that any permanent naval pol should be carefully considered i submitted to the people hofAro lining proceeded with. He hcHovctl- that the nreniior would be quiti! capable arriving, iifc a satisfactory soliitiuii the naval problem. ITon, Kociolphe Lcmieux supporting the amendment of the leader of -.In opposiUoii said that it was quite jus- tified on account of the inclusion oi Nationalists in the cabinet. He (tjnot- ed from speeches and records to show that Mr. riurdcn ami Mr. Monk were very far apart on this question before election and declared that it was lit an pro per that the country .should know on whai basis they had man- aged to come together. Whnn the housn mot, Mr. Clarke pf I'Isse.v, drew the attention of the gov- ernment to jcoprirdy in which Canadian missionaries iu China have uncii placed on account of i-ho disturb- niices in llmt country, tic said that had buen asked by friends anil rela-i ,jvcs of missionaries lo bring the attention of the gov- srnmenf. Pnjinier Hordcn said that ho vas ibiigcd to Mr. Clarke for having the matior (o his attention. The government, would consider the situation at once and if anything could be done to ensure the safety of (lie Canadians in China it wolild be done nt once. BUSINESS PIpKING UP The settlement of tho long drawn out coal strike Is already having n beneficial effect on Ijiigliioas. Tlic 0. A. Oclaney meat market of this city arc- erecting two stores to bo W. B. Sherman, Mgr. CoiHiiieiicing Nnv. 27 The Allen Players Supporting Miss Verna Felton RESURRECTION" Complete Change Every Night cnrries the Royal Hungarian String Quartette Special Special Friday THE HOLD-UP Cowboys and Horses Galore Big Matinee Saturday lOc 15c lOc 15c TIJGir CLASS PHOTO FLAYS COMEDIES Downfall of a Man. DRAMA King, the Detective. WAR DRAMA Indian Rustler, Progressive Book Agent, Sweetest Song W. tittle, Scotch Baritone. Matinee Saturday at 2 o'clock d us meftt markeU which will bo opened at the IjeLhliridge Collieries on or aboiil peo.cmbcr I si. Other bus- inesses uro sure to irrofll accordingly. ere many weeks ring of prosperity will be hcird'' ffopi quartern where Ihlug .wan in chaos. ;