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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 2ti, 1913 VHE LKTTTBRIDGE DAILY IIERALfi wed Englishman Stands Finn- ty (or .Canadian Navy as Best lor the Empire candi- 'ertb, Qutv. of ArlLfcir Mawkos in lark prongs lo le one of intwwlihg from a, standpoint the tbod ever in thlfi country. It rouuiry homes. Mr, Borden. prluiu mlaisier, used to do the. chortia father's farm. Bo, 1 believe, dlil. Kir warred !.-aurtar. they i are. aonie of you r.-ho read this ad- dress may hecoms. "The second political meeting 1 ev- er Attended was In Mnnlioba when 1 was cixteen years old I tvos working South ]on a fam elgbt Brandou. tbe general election Tor the lo- cal legislature came on. 1 to acme tttenl. be n of liie ot highly-skilled newBjjaper carefully aimed at a certain fjllo, and circulated tln-ou shout the 'gin and brfkcbb of a filing in such jorm that it Is bound to be ivbat is io be J every bouwjuuiu. lu the whole die- The old-faEhSoned speech-mak- and the circulation of campaign i-rature written bi' fcacli writers >n political will be up a a hard-working. vent to hear Uio .VOUCK candidate., Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre TONIGHT, last appearance of Mot" Refined Musical Act Vaudeville LOUISE QILL Charming AERIAL COOS A Canine Xovelty AL. QROSMAN Unique Novelty EotwUtatr THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAUD POLLF-Y The Olrl Wltli Hie Iron ROBINSON, ROMAINE 4 Singing and Planoituis Aerial Melange CEO. LAVANDER Hccefltric Coicedlaa Jiis namo was Clifford Siflon, anJ 1 iiHiieinter util day to a r.REghlioriHi; farm for a con1 tmil Ia5t- ins t'ie meeting over tlie farmer. agreed. (fcat Mr. Stfiou had cot made a grammatical slip through the whole timcch, and (hat he would day be famous in Do win ion politics. I ______ At iliat tJico I was- busy! every bunking up tbe prafcie Lanark election was clodded. with a tbrce-horee team, and though Tblc sort of lliing hits happened be- ft pretty tough. (o go to (n both jiartJee, MATINEK ice.; aiiuiis, .i5c. KVBXIXU Sic.; Adults. THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY Tonight Tonight "EXONERATION" Two A Thrilling Drama of Puritan Days Scenes laid in England, on the Atlantic Ocean in America. Stirring including a mutiny at sea. A massive production, accurately cos- tumed in th' garb of the period, with acting of exceptional merit. GRIPPING DRAMA The Hardest Way Novelty Play SEE THIS KEYSTONE "Who Says 'Canada "You manage your affairs. When you make mistakes, ycri remem- j uutrlc jumpt-r (or me. which I keep at "It is a very simple creed on which with round, I but ktndly a Tder jair, A sonoro'JS. and rtore of interesting -a anecdotes such as a few ..'SMS, the fight ot Artlrar _______ South Lanark promises to be more! when sbu trieti to Die >n interesting-. H to be essen-! on Sunday. 1 pointed out ihtit ily a one-man campaign HO far as1 lo -read a sermon in the pa- 'iwkei 15 concerned. Hfs airwal 3f) sho had to let have It. the remember, "One oC the things you WOQ'L en-' ire la to be foM you can't do or UoiiEC ot Commons are 'n ai7alra il l5 same way. It is very s'.range tc hc-.ir.' terving you tlie electors of, Soutli Lanark will be j "rely aa appeal to reason.- unsup-' rled by parly feoKngR one. way or other. Common Seme PalKici, First and Common Sense it tbe hetdfng on the front _e of Mr. HawXes' "A 'litltal talk for IHoae who arc not enough to volel'Ms Ihe underline. 1 t Ibe hearting: is a. neatl? IT-] ''aged table of aavcnty-Lwo i Inch ire covered in the text-of tbe jrlress." They run like this: '-How Long r.ce Mr. Hajrgart "Three for "Oo'.Iobs or Pol- es "Xntlon's Honor Uke Would Break the and 50 on." Then Mr. Haw- into hie 4 "To" tbe People of '.South Lanark i "An election addreesMisually begins ft. HIP Bui Uiie is not a election: Yon ate asked lo vole "r. an candldato LMn has uevsr lietongerf to.a-iolltit "1 party iu Canada, and .who persists saving, and doing tbiags that rnoat candirtaips are scared, ,arcd ns ve used to be when we jtiiliiren. aSout thinER (hat we didn't to look at and that weren't anyhow. address ig (o tbe people of i.xnRvfe as .well as to.the elce- bccanze. liie ballot hoi. the ?re renlly repiesnnlaiives of j the people. exactly as ihe :y-eiect is their rejireaeotatire lovj supposed to be) at Olltwa. i vole la a family aFalr, jtiPtl e Mnio ax paying in a family f Sundays T ufed to take H on thu Uritlsh Empire.11 is. to me, matter ctf poHUcal life and death. Here It is, in a baker's dozea of words: 'i "I believe iu Canadian Nationality! an increasing Power lhe excellent peoHs say that Canailj.. cant1' feud Canadian tomes. "In Europe llie. small, roraparativfj-: 1y couotry of DeDmarlCj scatters genas it Coughing inoeud OK irrititSpn of the already itj- fluoed momoaa fcnd is apt to carry disoiMtoolbers. Matbica's Syrup of Ttr Cod Lirer Oil promptly itoyi ccughing, and soon, than.cs to Hs to QIC properties, eStcfj cnrr. The wonderfnl popolnily of MaUnen'j Syrop of Tar AAd Cod Um Oil is due to Til at u a lacy aod broa- ciial bealer. roof of the roj stable where tiart piled up the hay we _dTew from O-JF stacks iti tbe valley. I always read the Eermon, because I I could lay my hands on. But I always kept it to the last, so that, if 1 TV ere asked, I could say 1 hadn't finished the sermon yet." Why the Deity? Then he gets more it aski, "Is it that, though Mr. Haggart, the only deeply Tegret- ted Father of the Honse of Commons, died last spilnf, the elecUon of a. stic- cefltor bas beeu delayed ttll all inconveniences ot a winter campaign can be you? "Three other vacancies in Ifie OUEP of Commons have'been created "What, then, IE Canadian National- 3UBt U> I'M: acd does it come bome to of Ontario, IIHS a family oy RIdeau caual or up ia four thousand Danos (n il, Why? Batnuist iownsbip? i Because Denmark has the fit "Canadi uiod to be A'colony. the endurance, the pride, the or, people In Britaia ar.d a few in Can-j patrfolisra of a .nation, whose men ada still call U a colony. In UK- coun- the Inst sasp to defend tr.olrj try left statesmen and writers f re-! wlvea niotbtrs anil filstets and 1 MAJESTIC THEATRE Saturday, November 29 FISHER STEVENS PRESENT THE INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE THE PINK LADY eolly speak of 'our -be- cause thoy cherish the supposition that Canada anrt Australia are to Biitain what a branch in Easliatche- Tvaa is io Krost ft Wood. They have a-pocuKar, unjustiDed feeUag of crBbip' of a country they have never seen, at which the old countryman in Canada becomes inore astonished ths more he knovB of Canada.--1 "A is a place whose inhabi- tants arc ruler! from o Kince Mr: HaEga-ft died, and have been I cria has ccasetl.to be n parlia- maul, iri Canada, and wherever in the THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL PINK OF PERFECTION SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS BOOK AND LYRICS BY C. M. S. McLELLAN IN ALL HER SCINTILLATING SPLENDOR THAT SENSA- TIONALIZED HER RECORD. BREAKING RUNS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA WHERE SHE HAS BEEN VOT- ED THE MOST Vn'AGIOTJS BEAUTIFUL AND MELODIOUS NOVELTY OF RECENT THEATRICAL HISTORY MUSIC BY IVAN CARYLL 500 PERFORMANCES IN NEW YORK 200 PERFORMANCES IN LONDON 100 PERFORMANCES IN BOSTON TWO CARLOADS OF ALADDIN- LIKE SCENIC COSTUME AND ELECTRICAL SPLENDOR SEATS MOW ON SALE PRICES: SOcTO }2.50 'OWING TO THE ELABORATE NATURE OF THE. PRODUCTION THE .CURTAIN WILL RISE AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP. Bijou Theatre Tonight "The Black Lily Gang7' The King of Delectire Stories in 2 Reels Eicaped Prjiontr at-Starland The diSicuHies f which -jji has just ppreciated from Iwen are seldom- -tilt of the condition of or- e like and me. i Xnow. that the i from ir.. If nukes surpriaingly Dy ir'e PUOIIC- the gen- -.fnullj dlscuEsion.'and M on." ?rai Impression, his couras is very a Appeal to tht Boyt. live a strictly, virluoiis life adrirees hegmB in. a sort of j thereafter antf tliank. tbp, goctl Lord strain: "Whatever the lhat his of are OTQT. But c I lhe truth is he is beset with privations.. Jrom moment ho selg foot ouUide the pris- lor ordinary, people in a majotily ot casw affairs, of the nation are becomcB almost impoRsible for him 'wore nor ttua the cora-jto fitd anrf employment, and jusllce andJ This naidest a very clear idea of just what conrfitiong such a man ig ob- lo meet, and- lhe exceedingly narrow ninrgio between and ffrlwg fiJlnre. "The Harwell Way1' IB to be seen Sterbud lonluhL as one the of a big feature rrogratn to he.- sRon tonight is "The Bovllnx Matcb" one of tha ever by the oetebrnted Keyslqno. A synopds of this comedy Hot is cien bowl for the love ol fi4eh bss hfs crowd with him One brlfcei pin boy to place metaj the alley anil the bottom 10 Uiat when tbe other makes a strike the pins immedfately hop bacfc In rlaee The Irtcfc ftttd A riot tflkcs place rlvftl factions, and it necwasry to turn n on tha pry looge- Thftro other big production lo at Startend lonlglil. oil well up lo.the HUrlund atandaM, one of, If not .the the- Vvt, proEram ever offered at this theatre. At th.e be opportun- ity to, see lhe artists at (his housb of refined teitalnmtnt. For. (lie week end A over ia promised. Introduce a diallnct novelty In Ihn mtialcal Tvorln, are rlilitly termed .thft .unsldc- i Bund. One wonitfjr8 how Et ie poBAiMe to play good music RUS- pended from the fcpt In mfd-alr. ItomalM'fc Wilson itftrtfltncrs of the itaTidirOf holh and -Change of Program at the Empire U may seen to nrc-iJ' A "1 lhe iik v r. i Uit.-ii Smpreis mole the .sense tes.' tr a oriu.r' iKS tne subordinatire jnown'frbm slvlcs More things marks the chaigej izatlir.1 which ts tcing i Drama and a Roaring Comedy principnl cccentrtciiy ine'xbaiMible supply of tiiraself an comedian. His a to an hubioroiis sayings and stories; _ killing audien- ces laughing tbe whole time lie Is on Ihe'stase. Maude Policy; the girl with the Iron jaw, is a The. Btreasth. elie has is simply rfnrfui and ber unique cntertalciiifeiit is -apprcciBteri by all have sltien her. Four of tha lieaL in photoplays completes a program Ihat sfcojld draw- capacity houwa at every per- formance, "Tht Pink Lady" tessra, Fieher and will preaent many of the Ke-v YorV and company in "The Pink Lady" at tbe -Majestic, Saturday Nov. 2 5 ML This U an offering go :vell known that it scarcely further inlro- fiuclIoD. "the Pink was play' ert nve handreU times at tbe Xew Amslerdam Thoatro In Nev York and in som'j of the larger cities last s son. In the spring- ft was taken. intact to London and for 30 delighted huge audiences at the Globe Theatre. Everybody, irioro or Ifiss. nun dined or danced to tuneful music of "The Pink feist -such of the numbers as are familiar are ut a part of wnat la by nil odds lha most tuneful musical score of B musical coraody In many years ivnn Caryll. long tXc rnupical diroct or at the Gaiety Theatre In London, has done well ae C. M. S- has provided a boolc which for effcctlvenesa, charm and humor cannot be ftiirpassul. and Stovens are famous lor produc- tions, but they have never done any- thing to surpass this" presentation. Ot the company to here IHllft nccrt be said al tliis ]ate day save that the.cMt loeltidee Oiga DoBaugh, Kha von Boslol, of program at ihe Kmi-reas for'today ot my countrymen who nqt'[ a nd tomorrow, wheo .alon p ivith other good things a paUMic drama of 'the 3ea by the great corapatir, Sorrowing Shora" Tilt on IRC screen; This is a- story of a Tvalt ot the, sea tbit vUl arouse your aotl 'intersst! in the highest degree. -Anotber splcn-i Is'tbe Lubtn drwaa, "It I might Han'e Been." Tb.eso Uo are ns in their ufay tuS he appte- ciatti iy 'atht'v Vi'etlily, lac second will our right up to date In all Lhe rery Utest world's Canada, whlcb vill Itably degradB tbe politics and Blunt the ratriotlsm of tbe Canadian people, and can only end in tbe break- up of the Empire." RETLAW Canaes Trouble'' Is KeLlaiv, Nov. track layers have all the sidetracks and (he V laid and are laying ihree or. four miles of main tTAck northwest of Ret I aw to where they will have a large hole aad tanV. It seems nretty nice to ihfl.cars in The Farmers elevator Is al! fin- ished and was fllied in four days. a further adventure ol Mr. Napoleon] Now we need empty care in which tc that very comicol gentto-...... man wbosc many adventures have, createil so amuwment fre- Kay, Harrey, John Mundy, Kuasoll Alfred Aiico M off a If, Carter, J. Hlnes, ficnd, Abbott AdnmB, Jaclt Hall, Mor- timer and a chorus of excep- tional Seatn now on at Kenny and AUln'n Drug-Book of plcturfe Uieatret all over the world. This time the complica- tions are ol the most uproariously! lurniy and will surely de- light yo-i. Coming Friday and Sftliifday, the "BroTvnini; Rivet'1 a grand production in two rtels by (ho great house of Somithing Unique at the Bijau Thentre The Bijou ifi ever the home of the This :s by1 the extraordinary projram to- night. "Tlio Black In two reels by .the Cfnes feopio la surely a Selective story of tbe moat thrilling lyjk.amf one ihat is sure fo bo.well The resls are filled with hair rfilnlng se-ngatlohs from at art to flniBh, is fascinating and the acting sreftt. The comedy cleraftnl is 'well looked after hy lhe PVonller scream, "Rose at 13, Cactun at The Rex one reel "Civilised and In also a npltr.dfil offering that no doubt will trfratly appreciated. David King will give a SCuninUle talk at 9 o'cjoclc on the com- mi S3 ion fom of xovernmAnt and will ecplalp.why he shouSI be elected M CtmunfMloner fcad out the wheat The Alberta Pacific Elevator com- pany have commenced work on their elevator. Mr. .Smith, their is here looking after the work, Mr. Albert Pressige of Irfthbiide ts uilding on liis lot oa Main street. It is to be 24x30 feet and win be cupled by Mr, Chas. as a roller skating hall, dance hall lO-pr room, The Mala McMahon Lumber com- pany are hulldtng a new office build- WHooping Cough ffit-r j I ll Is POOS' ta Wednesday -EMPRESS Ikrsilay The Sorrowful Shore Every Double Causes Trouble It Might Have Been Pathe's Weekly Fri.-Sat, "The Burning Rivet" A wonderful 2-recl masterpiece by Lubin t ing and lumber In their yard, and s and are fenci soon be shape to handle all tbo btrsineas thai cornea to them. Our town is overwheimedi by the demand for sleeping good warm bfd would bilog a premium HOT. Kofle PiftJng school 1s closed for Tftnter. MI 13 K. is bulletins house on tier tot on the >Jnln or cen- ter street and will keep a private boarding bouse. Westre will 'do the building. Our one ifi doinp a land- office business. They serve meals al all and arc busy, Onr say H will take the Ida to out of one's mouth the vray the trade has up since, grain bas beea eold Jn Everyone le on tbo Jump. hta family into his ftno new reslflence on Flrat east. Herv. Mr Faulkner holds Methodist service a( Dercraui every Sunday evening at Exorybody ...Moat everybody has been In town to ace the cars during the past week And all go homo with a smile on their facea. Hurry and push Is the word can sec Roil aw grow every 4ay, BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS H Is alleged that mismanagement o; the Quebec arsenal cost the coun- ty In addfHon to !2 roillfon cartridges previously condemned, more than 6 mtlUon more have also had to be rejected as as steel clilps, .dr chsrgm, ;