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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lUomlay, .1. TTfF, T.FTHBRinGK DAILY HERALD TageT W. B. SHERMAN Miniger MAJESTIC THEATRE TELEPHONE 646 Special Engagement of Miss Verna Felton THE mm PLAYERS ALL THIS WEEK "RESURRECTION" o-nignt A of Tolitoi's Famous Novel EMPIRE STUDIO and Shooting Saloon Next Door to the New Morris Theatre, Round Photos Taken Day er Night By Electric Light perdoz. DISTRICT NEWS The Reading Lamp .Opticians agree that .the light from a good oil lamp is easier on the eyes than any other artificial light The Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made. It gives a strong, yel soft, white light; and it never It pre- perves the eyesight o( the helpi and quickens that of You can pay 1 0, or tor other lampt, but you cinnot get better light than the low-priced Rayo gives. Made of solid brass, nickel-pUted, Easily lighted, without ihg shade or chimney. Easy to clean and rewick. milt for lioerlpim ciieuUr Ascl 10 J The Imperial Oil Company, Limited PIRATES HAV'ING IT Great indignationv has lieen THEIR OWN WAY j aroused hy the nttack by piraten on elm Hrltlsli Ertcnmshij) Shiiion a few Mting Kong. Nov. Wosl ivcT- is ilays ago when Chief Officer Xichol- pirnles and aon was murtlered and the popple are traffic to Wnchow In Kwang Si prov-1 becoming clamorous for intervention Into; is 'ssriously some ,o pllt steanvahij) companies ;ire greatly nlarnied are _coiiHidering the sns- of Vlieir services, hut ore coil- lessncss. Canton is sai-d to he prac- tically in the hands of the brigands. itiing for the pTeseiri with armed Grave troubles are feared. Alberta Stockyards, Calgary To Be At Public Auction FO.K i.m'dnr inslnu-liims for S. Esq.' 197 Head of Horses 1 ('o'nsi.slinsi' of .Matched Teams, weighing from 1400 to 1000 pounds; 2, 3, mid 4 year oUI.Mh.r- t's and broken i.mbrokoii, Voni'- i .lings ami .Sucking Colts. Thursday, November 30, '19.11-: At O'clock. Jordison Bros. Co. The vpiiiw liorsos wil! ho sold lii.cmloKil or In lots In liiirclinsura. Jlnlnred, broken homos will Ire told slnnlv or In loinns, in rnr loadn. Full iiiirllailars from I'. O. Calgary KIXNONDALE. Kilinondiile, Nov. house- hold of W. A. Tlhbltts has been en- larged by the addition of a fourth boy. Mother and eon aro doing well. The Misses Bertha and Maud Paul ...iv-a returned from Spring Coulee, where they have been In charge of a cook car. The recent, cold apell has stimulated the output of coal from the Bow Centre collieries, and the staff of miners has been Increased to fifteen, with ah out- put approaching fifty tons a day. The coal is .no, doubt equal to the .Vest mined anywhere west of the grest lakes. A large bunch of Pat Biu'lis' range escaped from his pasture In' IS- IS, and has been ro-aminK about the vicinity to the detriment of farmers' fences and stacks. the return of winter, dances are becoming'-epidemic one being' an- nounced to be held at John Koch's on Friday next and another at Kinnoii- dale store on the following Friday. Those who 'were fortunate enough to escape the hail are wondering wheil they will get threshed.. There are .naiiy stacks containing hundreds of birahels of wheat and oats which would be gratefully turned into cash. W. S. Bailey and family have return- sano, where he has been working all summer. Preparations are in full swing for Christmas entertainments at the many school houses In the district. Two yeai-j ago people drove twenty miles to attend a Christmas tree at John Mos- son's, there being no school house this iiile of tils Little Bow, except one; now there are a dozen or more. Speaking of schools, would it not be a proper move on the part of the Department of Education to call off some of their, inspectors from .parad- ing up -and down the railway lints twice a year, mid let them visit some of the outlaying schools, many of them .n charge of inexperienced teachers and holders of permits. Moreover, the districts that are visited by the inthe districts'that are not visited by the in- spectois lose the government inspec- tion grant, half of which is to be spent in books for a school library, conse- quently these districts are without. >ooks for the children's home A-hlle the town and village schools on: the railway lines enjoy a larger share, of the government's liberality thvm; hey really need. Mr. Wassow, jr., who has txen on the coast for some months, has joined hls: folks on the homestead. He was driv-; jn from his work In B. C. hy the. deep: but .found almost much, and more cold, on the prairie. Miss I.illie Sweelman is with her' -.arents on the homestead, coming in 'rom Colemfin. Mrs. J. Dwiggins and three who have been visiting her sister-in- law. Jlrs. .1. A. Tibbitts have returned Brant. Tuesday "The Spoilers" By Rex Beach Special Added Feature THE Royal Hungarian Quartette INSTRUMENTAL Prices 75c 50c 25c Seat Sale at Rochori's (Conducted oy FIDELIO.) West's Minstrels West's Miijstrels played at the Ma- jestic on Saturday evening on their return engagement. A small crowd turned out (o hear -the inn-makers. Several features of their program which attracted attention were the solos of Chief Eagle. Horse and a couple of the dancing specialties i which were really very clever. The 1 company lacks the balance of the good minstrel troupe .which above all tilings, must, be-able'in amuse the crowd without ,tbc of torc- laugh. International Opera Singers Give Sac- red Concert again proved its fonil-. ness for sacred concerts by turning out en masse last evening" at the Ma-. jjestin .Theatre to htar the Interna- jl Opera Singers in a program of sac- j red music. The theatre prac-tic- Tlie Operatic Company again proved thejr ifYtistic ability in the rendering varied selection of "excellent and in- iBi-csting numbers'. The 'program per- haps was not of in my estimation, yet it 'was nicely rendered, The Lucia and Rigoletlo Quartette were repeated by the com- who unquestionably excel in op- eratic ensemble. Mrs. McKinnie, so- prano, contribuied with devotional ef- fect the famous Mascagui Cavaleria which pace more disclos- ed "the fine quality of her voice. Miss Hisiiidrick's contralto voice was also splendid advantage in "How i long wilt fhou forget while Mr. JMathisou again ipstcd thp, lyric qllal- I Hy. of his tenor voice by a very sub- jlinie interprciation of a little. Nor- j Wegian song hy Oieig. .njc "All Mr. McKin- who seek" ivitli .significant religious dcliveraiice, ami in response to an encore sang the familiar little (iipsy sweetheart s0ng. Mrs. jMcKinnie scored an emphatic success by virtue of her rendering of the deliraic liilic Scotch ballad, "Bonnie Sweet Bessie" which found ready response iii the hearts of the :j Scotch nieirmers oi the audience. Mr. Muehling contributed n descriptive pi- ano solo hy Groig, with excellent' ef- fect; and in 'response to. a recall lie played finely, fimil Leibling's Seren- ade, a'composition of clever construc- tion. The concert Cn the whole was presented are as follows "The "The "Sa- "The Lion and the "The "Christopher Jun- "A Stranger in a Strange and "The: Road to Yester- day." Special .attention is given to the scenic equipment of all these plays, and patrons of the Majestic will have the pleasure'of witnessing modern standard dramas, produced by a ahle company.-with adequate scenery. The scats ;arc- on sale, at Rochon's and alii selling fast. Feature Program, at Stirland The throngs of playgoers who at- tended Starlaiicl during tlic past week were exceedingly well pleased with the, programs Jgivcn, and it was evident by the enthusiasm shown that the numerous patrons of the people's favorite theatre arc perfectly satis- lied 'that the management are doing their utmost to procure the latest and best photoplays. This week will he known as an feature picture will be a feature. The opening bill today will include drama, comedy and western subjects. There is much novelty in the plot and-situations oi the clever western drama, "Her Sacrifice." "Prejudice.of Pierre Marie" is a French-Canadian drama the fisherman of the coast, and thrilling, romantic and pathetic in situations and cliniax'. We-are adviseii hy tho management that this is one of the most intensely gripping dramas yel, shown' here: Two comedies are in- cluded in the program entitled Trad- ing His Mother, and Polish ami Pie. These funny pictures will make you roar whether, yo.u feel like it or not. Appropriate music for each film will be Miss Chenny, and spe- cial songs given by Miss Rich- ards and R. 15. Willis. The mid-week- program will include the. great drama "The Sleep and a big In- dian production, "Red Deer's Devo- tion." Bijou Theatre The. Rijoti had a record house on Saturday night, being packed at each performance. For. today a special program has 'been obtained. ;'Insba- the feature, is an Irish his- torical rlranvi of Treat interest tc Program No. 1 Program No. 1 MAVK SECURED THREE GREAT PROGRAMS FOR THIS t VVKEK. TODAY TODAY TODX Her Sacrifice 'i GREATjMEXICAN STORY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THE SLEEPER FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OUR ,BIG WEEK-END PROGRAM ...MATINEE'EVERY DAY musjcal success. The International those who are interested in the early TYKKLL'S LAKE Tyrrll's Lake, Xuv. Mel- itcd her brother. Win. Malice, last jo prownt for their opening bill Kridny. She returned lo her home Majestic Theatre, Count Lro the next day. accompanied hy her iToIstoi's world famous drama "Kes- 'Opera Singers is one of the most all- round satisFying concert companies today. Great Play Tonjnht Tonight. Miss Vprna Felton and her popular supporting company are go- brolhcr. who is expected back in few days. and Wnr. d'. made a trip to Stirling last on Friilay- they went (o Tabcr. Kd. Krickson and family are now located at the Skcith farm, whore j Mr. Krickson wil! take rare of the stock during ihe winter. Folcy li'il last for British Columbia, where lie intends lo buy a fruit farm. II. p. Hollas ami "scnr Itollag, of Imvn'ihip li-17 visilfd at the iiiiiiu- of Ifr. Mrs. K. Trotk- stini last Sunday. Al last Ihe school boaid have suc- ceeded in sn'ui nig a new and school coniiiirrKvd Tlfe luuup o! the Ipar.hnr is Miss Nellie Alukii- lish. all struggles'of Ireland for its freodom. "The Redman's Penalty" is an In- dian war story "Just a screaming comedy, and "A Trip Through a beautiful scenic picture. An illustrated song by W. Little. Scotch baritone, com- pletes ihe program. On Wednesday "Mutt and Jeff" picture will be giv- en with others. The, chairr, havo ar- 10c I5c TODAY! TODAY! THE RED MAN'S PENALTY JUST INSHAVOGUE (Irlih Drama) TRIP THROUGH CHRISTIAN1A (Scenic) JEFF (Special.) ILLUSTRATED SONG (By W. Little) Dp. NOT MISS THESE. WEBBER Webber, Nov. Watson Is dq- ing.homestead duty; Neil McPhee left'for Lethbridge on Thursday, on account of the illness ot his son John, who Is suffering from typhoid fever, it'will'be-remembered that John McPliee here last ear. We hope to hear of his early recovery. pan Wlleon returned home from High River lest week. Win. Dick went to Red -Deer on Thursday, to take a position as engin- eer for the bridge company at work at that 5'iace. Mrs. T. Franklsh daughter, Miss Pauline and May, entertained Miss Pike the latter part of lait week. Joe P-'Sld returned.' to re- cently. Mrs. Jledhurst yisite'n In six-ten on Sumlay. Mr. and Mrs. Gua Schinhour and ihiidren returned' from' eltended in. North DukoU. Schln- nour the Stute Fair at Grand Forks, N.' i stag party at the bache- lor home of..Tohn Mttle, Just prevlouB .0 his departure for. Red Deer.- Near- ly nil, the the neighbor- hood'were in attendance, and a good time was en .by .all. The chef, W. M. Whoatley, proved his ability In the culinary line by serving a dandy chicken dinner, and we didn't go home till morning. Mr. and- Mrs. U. A. and Ht- tle aon are at home nfUr a short stay at the Hodges place. Mrs. received tiM-sad news of the death of her father, J. Reid, of Pnsmore, on Thursday, i ember 16. ifr. Reid was well known. in this community, having-visited his daughter hero last summer. Beatty has the sympathy1: of nianjr friends in her bereavement. E. Skelton is patiently fqr favorable weather to resume thresK ing. f (Mrs. A. Matheson Is staying with.Mra J. W, McKinnon, during the absence of Mr. McKlnnort on a trip to GrasBy ;T..Rke. Mrs. Arnold visited the Skeltons'ono day last week. The Chudloigh, boys are homo after having spent the threshing season near Grassy Lake. Leo Doren wag at Webber on Sun- day. It is said that Becker and Chnd- leisfi nre opening a coal mine in Chin Coulee. Kingston school teachers are ask- ing for moro salary. Melbourne, Australia, shoe work- ers set ?.lrS.M a wc'ak; rived and will he as soon possible. The liijou promises to be a I a P'ay which lias spt il'hirope. Illinkifig. Miss will essay the lending .distinctly popular place, of cnterlnin- rolc of Katusha Maslova, the girl; merit. who sinks to the lowest nupthH and Is resurrpclril. WHO HASN'T HEARD NEWS Spcrial scenery is carried for. this I tlomo. Nov. irew production, and the press criticisms jrardfnals who received the red lint F.' proclaimed it as olio ofi the host j today the Popo created another whom ho reserved "In plctoro" (kept, secret I and whose name will be published In a later consistory when (he Pope i Players hnvc ever'nt- Uurin.-: Ilir-ir stay here, the coin- ill ml ternoon. A fpy ipany will olliiiigf! their plays every i wishes .that lo he done. In Home! jliighl, and Ibere will also he A Waltham owner is always proud of the time his watch keeps. No one ever made a mistake in buying a Waltham. Over eighteen million in use, and not one dissatisfied owner. Watch F- on Sal unlay the. phiy.s to In1 of Ihe .I'ope. Onlnrto1 ilM. _ 5ii ikrclt limu. 18 riit'torics uniploy T< To the man who wants to make his watch a lifetime investment, we recommend the Waliliam (Mmial. It is a handsome as thin as it is .safe to make a reliable watch. It is adjusted, cased at the factory, and assures a timepiece of highest accuracy. Time You Oifiicd Srml for ilnrrlplive (.1 mlloiu movimplils. WXI.THAM WATCH COMPANY, i ;