Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, November 21, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Monday EMPRESS Tuesday THE Mott Marvellotuly Sensational Animal picture filmed LOTS OF SNOW HAS FALLtN IN MEETIG OF Y.M.C.A. LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY "THE PINK LADY" CianV.-ooV, Nov. M.-Amos Rod- gt-rs lelt this ailercoon lor SpokaJf, where le may spend the winter. The ir.rmbiishi? Ice at the Rail- ___ _ 1 load Voung Men's Chiistiau associa- J Knglisb pettwmeis. j-.ion has itdwed from ten dol-1 Harvey, irhb'plays the eccentric cbir- :iars five dollars a jacter rok o! Mrce.. Uondiditr, was 'cral hiitiltgrs to go with born in N'ova Scotia, in lact, she Canadian and EnjIIKi Actors In the International Murical Comedy In the ranks of principals aid chor- s of 'The Pint Lady" company, birh appear) at the Majestic Satur- iv, Xov. 25tb, n'ill be seen aad number. ol Canadian acd Msss Groigie Official Protector iwait-rsiii? iicVel have beta -iaueht school there for a snort lime a-Med. _' Mis. K. A. of Grand Kotis, Miss Alice Mofiatt, who has Ibe role is Mr. Hrndinan v.as ior several yens ivant lo go on the Sne zajs I rr.fnt, starting in the chorus, and I eight nvjtlcal are very refined present a most spectacular of- fering rendering classic aad popular jr'ectloce In their orn inimitable manner. 'If you want higb class am- usement .At popular prices, fee the bill at the Sbtrasn. Great Animal Picture at the Today and lomorrow there will be exhibited' at ibis theatre one of the most extraordinary animal photo- dramas ever ehoivn in this city. This Sreat prod'JCtion "Tfce Tiger by the Vitajrapb Company, in three reels is an animal story with a real grip- ping story bebicd It. Tte story ot a! woman who, torn by jealousy. Bends j a llger lo destroy the girl she hates, j little knowing that lha girl Is her] own daughter. A storm, a flash of I lightning, a villa set afire, and In ill Ihe fast coaling events that, bring lha destruction of the Tiger IJty herself. It Is all thai you have been looking for in an picture and Trill grip yo'jr attention by its power and intensity. Parhe's great ventlr. another grand item this -jreek, IK of unusual interest, many of the being quite out oi the ordinary. One of the very best comedies over per ar.nunv and a short brisk campaign mil be con-j The 3ll.nl iW'Tcnight "sufficient oi Ihe beautiful has Tin following is a short synopsis the past ..couple of davs.lo Sileat Hero, wind, is being slckbing. Also the" hoys aad girls teidliners of scng. tvitl, ttrir hand sledges are much in j all ptograrn at Starland lo- .evidence. j Miss J. M. Macintosh spftnt 1 ecd with .Miss Lund at.ffardeer. j Tom night Branded No vehicular means of transporta- tion is despised by an eloping couple with delennlnallon in their hearts. Neither IB any such means too des- perate for them when the "old man'" is hot on the'trail, as happens to be the case with Fugitives." Hilda Biggins .Is being" courted by a youns man who Is "In Dutch" with lier father, Magtstra bora oM fellow with a -will of his They an automobile, and after a fast ride take passage iu s' a coward and a _ lurto'n refuses to leave the the great Zeppelin Dave Ilaird.and wife hare moved [beside .of his dying mother. His to their new residence on Lumsden s people- consider -thU a subterr afenijr escape ,-from ealistiog in the J. Jones.-heller known as Casey I Confederate "nliVand sneers.aaiini- Jonea.rhjs-.wVfn over-the poiltioa oi. suits heaped, upon him. His caielater at the Curling-rink ioY Holland tie sllgica airship. which is making its first public voy- age. The girl's father mltzes the air ship ajid telegraphs 'ahead ID the police that his daughter has been kid. napped .by.a lunatTc.. When the air aro taken b; nl' Kort' Stcete n the E A nut .their Wsjmother ar.d fighHor ircrni her 'on- IhW.act'oon Confederate soldiers are dls- public to submit, naicea.- for tbe ;lic aad r.outh ward irio'ols; the ]lra choosing thr. names selected lo "d .without a leader. Tom of christening- the-breach, leiis the mea itctools at a public in a.ler- rtw year battle repulses laem. en- j Cranhroot Civilian Rifle'asso- conflict, he'.is ItiiUon now hoist; oi membership I'no'Wy dies, ajiero among oaa hundred and ninety-eigjil, with ln a vialon blE raotter ?ood-prost'ccts for.a inrlber Jotih welcoming arras, as [The ar.HLal ir.feting will le heln De-> !oins lcr ln the ]mi o! iwmfctt 1 al the city hall when the jheroe5-. election olf.ccrs for the ensuing jyear will be Vaudevilje and Picture! j Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, ot I.eth- Is loriieirhat diEippbinting to flud is the ol Mrs. K.. M. Rltfcoush the management of the Sher- Macjihcrson. id :pes blm long enough tq_EnittEle. tools to, Eric (01 his escape.'. Eric -scales. Ihe. wall? aha TTlth Hilda .gets away-to safety. .Hilda and Dric-make their way to is brought! r Thr alter which they telegraph her father I y. a j -sman The.old fellow is slad.to'i get his daughter back_'arid forgives them and .apologues. CwrinE the, action of- tbe picture, there are sotnc interesting telescope views taVen. from the Zeppelin air sWp. IN LADY" CANADA'S POSTAL .EXPANSION Grand Theatre were constantly I askca.to riring firet class i-audovine to.lhfi ciiy, that the-patronage ac- Is not sufficient (o WRirant jits continuance, 11-ivoryono T.ho has EMD the per- aro Iou3 in thslr approval bavo fccac exceptionally well fo si the of entertalntnent MINERS AND THETft WJVcS ENTRAINED AT FERN1E FOR OLD LAND I'crkie, B. C., Xor. Cale- For the first half oi the donia Society propose having a ball London, Nov. threat British postal employees, nearly to strike at Christmas; unless .heir grievances TV-CTO was the Mm task of Herbert postmaster-general, had to tackle 91 his return from a visit to This threat has been bJnfing over beat cducited cinlnea ou the k-aii continent anfl jjcrterci iorae re- avolutioas en thr. tlfht Rill." a very ctonntait cora- Till .fintj favor with het N'ov. -Francis Salis- wbo- has received liandsomo Icstlmonlal from the commcrciarcom- munfly of Liverpool on retiring from thf, postmastershtp of that'city saltl that Canada provided the moat won- instaccc of postal ,ci- panason. through and 2oO, 000 came from Canada yearly. Robert E. sun of.the founder of the Urockvillc gas plant, was fatally hurt in an auto accident at Mundan, X. D. When you buying don't forget' that ROYAL CROWN SOAP s.n. 6 Big Bars for 25c ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT The valuable coupons arc valuable for valuable premiums The Soaps, Limited 'Calgary, Alberta tfcnl form. Lsst year .Mr. Samuel appointed a committee to coualt'.or t'i's cojr.pUIats o' tlie pqatoffico worhfra, the re- port did not satisfy the crnplnycog f eithpr in ita as to I conditions or itagos. Conferences and mctdngs Ijecn held without result and Ibe Postmen's Federation, ropre- all the posiai-ifjido has i font a loiter lo Mr. fximuiil pointing I out the nosflihility of A alriko and i inf: 'nim to receive a to i f cuas snbjecl of the com- J niillee report. On tlie result of that] Mil be decided ac- tion the fedsntJon. Tficro aro .chief unions. postal workers with 0? SfcoaW .they decide j a slrlkc nol.qnty the .postal service( it but the telephone and telegraph hmrlisj ti toms of tho country rvould affect-1 cd a3 all are uiidor goverhnunt coa-1 "i trol. Ing bar i eliong [tvorite. "A. b. Grossman" a unique r.oveity enterjulnmenl, orijintl.. In the excelleste of the protrara. Tha MAJESTIC THEATRE Saturday, November 29 FISHER t STEVENS PRESENT THE INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE THE PINK LADY IN ALL HER SCINTILLATING SPLENDOR THAT SENSA- TIONALIZED HER RECORD- BREAKING RUN6 IN EUROPE AND AMERICA WHERE SHE HAS BEEN VOT- ED THE HOST VIVACIOUS BEAUTIFUL AND MELODIOUS NOVELTY OF RECENT THEATRICAL HISTORY THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL FINK OF PERFECTION SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS BOOK AND LYHICS BY C. M. S. McLELLAN MUSIC 8Y IVAN CARYLL, EM PERFORMANCES IN NEW YORK 200 PERFORMANCES IN LONDON 100 PERFORMANCES IN BOSTON TWO CARLOADS OF ALADDIN- LIKE SCENIC COSTUME AND ELECTRICAL SPLENDOR SEATS NOW ON SALE PRICES: SOcTO JiM OWING TO THE ELABORATE NATURE OF THE PRODUCTION THE CURTAIN WILL RISE AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP. Mitlnec Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre Twiw Nightly TONIGHT Bartino's Aerial Dogs Louise Gill SINGING COMEDIENNE Al. Grossman From "WMU lo i Unique Novelty 8--Musical Girls-8 SPECTACULAR MUSICAL OFFERING MATINEE PRICES CHILDREN: 10c. ADULTS: 15c. POUR REELS OF THE BEST IN PHOTO'PLAYS WITH EACH PERFORMANCE EVENING PntCca CHILDREN: 2Sc. ADULTS: JSc NOTHING BETTER EVER PRESENTED and Mrs, ft. -K. turned from Ihe Coasi Sunday morn- ing on (he Flyer. The ol the Napauee ho- tel entertained their guests to a ball on Friffaj- evening. The music was furnlshfii by the Hungarian orches- tra. D. V. Molt, general ajent ior Wes- tern Canada for Ihe Maiyell car, is in Uc city enjoying a few days' rest with his family. He has just return- ed itom ab extensive toiir throujli Manitoba, SasVatchewan, and Albw- ta and reports while business is somewhat qulel, the outlooV .for the i Coming ytar is excellent. Thiily-eight. miners (some wit's their uiiea) entrained on the Cana- Today BIJOU THEATRE Tomorrow The Fugitives See the Airship Elopement! The Wild Dash in a Burning Team A Splendid Drama in L3 Conversion of Sir John A.'Took Place in Ottawa After Admitting to Crossley He Was Big Sinner Monlreal, KOT. Sir Join I "He. joined the oiurch of Tthlch Macdonald.was wnjerlVd was toW n tho course of a rervii exbortiHon o those the Weslmouat .lethodljt church by Rev. V. K. CroKley iut nlfht, e-vaniellit, Is conducting a Bsrira of at that church. ".Twoaty-ilx years Januarr [be Rer. Mr. Hunter amt-myself holding .revival meetings In CrtUwa. Sir John A. Maodonal.1 allenied tiesfl meetings three times a week (or sw- en wee'KS and a half, with bul ons or eiceplions when be fas away from Ollawa. for Old Chieftain. Both CoDtcrvatiTKs and Ubcrala who woe. nttcndlns were praying hard for Ibe Old Chieftain, and they were regarded as II becatno evident Laily Micdonald via a. member, ulirly received and lived true to God for three and- a half, he passed, to "One of the first we expect to neet- K paae throngb tbe gates'- Heaven wlJl 81r John, ire our greatest son." BUILDING A NEW NAVAL ZEPPELIN Freidrictuhafen, Germany, Nov. S3 Utesi of tlie Zeppelin, war air- ships, the Zeppelin MCeaded from Lake Ccnatance today and started oa Its' first trip, 3. eight lo Cotba. Tho big dirlglble-ln intended tor serrice In the German anny.'-- Work ia being pushed on the new- naval Zeppelin waioh Is to replace tliat Sir John was bolng influenced: j the one destroyed in the cttaelrophc "1 received an invitation to Johannisthal on October 17'-when with Sir John and l-ady Mocdonald.i 18 officers and men were killed. and TVM dcliBhled. that there was nolairaWp under construction embodies- Idlan Paciln passenger train on Fri- [flay evening en route, for England lo I wine on the table, nor was Ihero any improvements dengned to prevent a Ths JoK1 ral ol the late Joseph Har- wine allowed on that eamo lable torslmlter dlanter. ,i.i -j i. i j .rhor.iVe lud .ry-ii. njmca on Miday, was held j Irom Tnoiipsdti Morrison's par- ft PHlj. 0M., wkowriKt: flors on Sunday al 3 p.m. The Fernte jmnilary hand hci'drd the long piocei- ision to the cemetery, [C. P. R. MAY RESUME BUSINESS 'I wiA la (anlitafe to c oifjr to PASSED AHTt-SLAVERY LAW Manilla. Nov. 'pblllppl 1 Permlsilen Given Except for Austrian EmTgratltn Trafffe, I Vienna, Xov. IS.-r-H Is understood j that the minister of thje interior hai accorded permission (o the Canadian railway to rwubne business to. commission today passed th6 ton, flnlultn'te, tfcertoirncb morrotv. except Ihat having (o do with slavcrr adopted Kovember 13 by Ihe Philippine national aisemnly. Only ft fev an-.fntlmenta mado and these 'were 'introduced merely for the purpose of obviating legal Ac- (ecta In the measure as by Ihe aetembly. ai h much tti, but if ufam refitUtly lor fen Ibcy core Ike mtt inrTamtra CNK3 triable. tvt yx. yon eia jfet t Vox frnm Tocf why -fro os Pn( Ctietnled a! Canada, VmM, UnMmA. iw emigration, and hae approved the ap- pointment of Herr Veil, a former cop sul. as to -Samuel Altman, recently arrwtcd on the charge of pb- siructing the (.migration law by as- sitting emigrant? to evade mllitu} service. hree Sir John said lo me, "I was never sceptical. I had a sood Presbyterian, father and mother, and attended the Methodist camp meeting. 1 >een t big sinner, however'." 1 'One night during meeting he stood up keside Micdonald, In. iircating that he bad arrived at a de- cision to accopl Christ. The audience as so much mored, that many a handkerchief was brought Into regii- slllon lo wipe away the tears Irom the eyes ol those who bad .become over Joyed at the (bought such a uTcat conversion. Avow) Surrender. "At tho close o( the service bo avowed surrender to Christ-' J'SIr-Leonard Tllley and liu lion Avid Mills al tho time there- navid Mills Ihat Sir John was ecni, Intly. converted. If He Did Not Drink Maiy men are good husbands tot tons and fathers In every way except the habit of drinking.-. They have be- come so .badly poisoned with alcohol tbal ttwy cannot stop drinking. The result la unhspplness and poverty fcr wlfo and family. Encourage them to take tho Nca! TiMtraonl, Tlie Neal Treatment will remove the craving and necessity for .drlok fn Ihrco the of bjpo- derinic Infections. 'i Write or tall the NEALvlNSTiTUTE, 820 13th Are. Canary W.