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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'NwvMiiber 28. K TTIF. LUTlIBRinGE DATLY HERAfJV Majestic Theatre W. Merman, Mgr. Phone 646 The ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Verna Felton TO-NIGHT "The Spoilers" To-morrow. "The Lioa and the Mouse" Seata on at Rochen't lOc ijouTheatre 15c tODAV! TODAY! TODAY! THE'RED MAN'S PENALTY JUST KIDS (Comedy) INSHAVOGUE (Irilh Drama) TRIP THROUGH CHRISTIANIA (Scenic) JEFF (Special.) ILUUSTRATEO SONG (By W. Little) DO NOT MISS THESE. LAST TIME TONIGHT HER SACRIFICE A' Romantic Mexican Drama WEDNESDAY THI; :WALJvK.K Another- Big Feature Drama COMING Worjd'B Champion BASEBALL MISS VERNA FEUTON Who Achieved a Tr umph n The Re urrect on at the Majestic Theatre Las Evening Overseas Club A Special Generil Meeting _will be held in SI. Hull At 8 P. M. foi the umpoM of mnkli 8 iln al ait insements for j club house and other important business. A [nil attendance requested MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) The Resurrection" .Well' Miss Felton as Count" Leo Tols-Loi has sot the world thinking by his deseriptiv-e writings concerning the life of the Russian i peasantry and aristocracy. In his jlinok "The Resurrection" Tolstoi'tiaa evolved on the whole a harrowing and altliougli one might times i he Inclined to doubt the famous novel- ist, still K must he kept in view that he Jtnsw Russian lite perfeofiy." Tile CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES Extra Xmas Sailing Specially chartered, the magnificent one class cabin S.S. "SCOTIAN" Sailing December 9th Second Class Cabin Rates upwards 'Third Class Special Tourist Car, connecting with this steamer will leave Calgary December 4th For tickets and all.information, apply to S. MITCHELL Agent C. P. R. OK J. S.: CAKTEli, Aaent, 210 Portage Ave.. Winnipeg. NOTHING HASTY ABOUT COURTING niplc After Flirtation 'hasting m ileased large, crowds ycs-J.arday. Sia: (1 1 4 1 n I eon in the lead i oc i i tl e 1 est. in jjlmloplays an t lUi 1 i has sei was firi'l f 1 i Hc evcMiing'a pn gr i S i-s a. powt Max TI lit. "Prt-'jiulice i H a "dran'ia, %ith laid amon fisiiermen'. of the coast. "Polish and is n: great comedy. For Wednesday and Thurtdny, '''The Sleep Deer'K and "How She will be the big Miithico daily at '2 p.m. Brjou Theatre (.he_ Irish ili'iuna that 'START MINE RESCUE STATIONS Kilmonton, Alia., Nov. 27. The, provincial government will instal a mine resetle. station in, .the.....'Crows Nest Pass district. .The station will be located at Hhiirinore and one-half the cost of its construction mid equip- ment: will be, ininc oper- ators of the Crows N'esl. The sta- tion ,will, be injly- equipped; with the ,e Wash Xov I inoslj modern mine, .rescue .apparatus 48 v'ears oi age, a lire-long ami .will ;hc in January Miildleboro Mass... andjl, lfll.3.. A be-placed n. Wvnnn'K Brocklebank, a the station, whose, duly it ,r e of'nil rears al, Quincy, Wash., will he to iraia volunteers ,or each .lunu.i MI mii'li man'icii In Spo'xane on Novem- ber 2-1, aiter ft' courtship oi 30 years. They will make ihcir home at be charged with oxygen at, a pressure of from pounds to pounds per Ptiuare inch. 7Ten, two-hour apr para ins, null line, one-hour apparatus will be prouded The will be stored in I'Uindcr.s haling a 'ca- pacity of the one bundled cubic feet and from these ct huiuu-. DXjficn will he discharged into small evlmdeis o( the apparatus The Alheita pomn- mciit is the fust in Canada to talip steps lo provide mine rescue equip- ment. In Hritish Columbia the mines are compelled by Inn to piovide it. Ill Nova .Scotia' some of Ihe big of the mines. Two''or three suelfcorps will be trained for each At'minis have been equipped by I ho op- tho central stating tile-apparatus The work of installing inicd b M ,.i ranch The '.rldo journey across the MOOSE JAW HEARS PLEASING REPORT A 50-YEAR FRANCHISE St. John. .Vov. St. .lohll <'lty C'ouneil lias asreed srain i.be New Hriinswick [lydro-Klectric Co. Hfty years' rranchise, not lo be i.oiiipany, within three years to provide power at max- imum rales from JH7.50 io and lis'ri at. rales the maxi- mum for a.Iso st.at.fid. The romjtany have a erew surveying on tile streams'in'Sl. John and Charlotte ronnties. from wllloh power will be derived, and will seek- the necessary leBislaUon when Hie Legisla'ture meets. Another company also has power which may bu available wilhin few "years. Moo i liw hi ralcpuu n citing pnoi to nvtnici pal elections u is held Ksl night He porls shim I In issrismint men tv million mil l'ie vnrs expend ire in the moving picture line, aftra arrived here the morning Of the Inability of Hon. Dun- Claude McDonnell, Ml', of Sotillt Toronto, has moled a lesoltitiou ask- ing ihe Lweuimenl to institute a higher .standaid of foods, j llobt. Hickcldike, M.I1 has intio- duccrl bill to prohibit, Ihe placing ot Trip nercy of 'the aristocrats and as situa- Through is a scenic one [lion jltei situation follows her 'plight that-is inlcrestins becomes worse. She ,ml pouu j. Might bu the damage has been doire u sLCond lowest m (he Kl inle, 1 eho and one of who ,s uas Jhe Imicsl in Ihchis nlnrrving ,0 atollo he has done 'Ihe girl. The hill n........f intliuli Ihe passtge of. i public qtoiy of the play does not make Inliw pin ill IM. of hospit il ipidln libra r. erection of new lire halt, sixty thous- and dollar Clean, Dry Heat Glean, dry heat, with no smoke or odor and with no flying or soot- that is what you get with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. RKCTIO The Perfection n the mott leb- and convenient hdlmg device rein find. It M tlwtys use There no pipe) or iuo or wiret to bother you. You can pick it up and take it wherever extra warmth u wanted. Every mechanical mprwemenl thai experience could moat wn already embodied in ihe Perfection Healer. This year we have tried to add to iti appearance. The dtiiim are finiihed either in turquoise-blue enamel or plain ateel, as you prefer; trimmings; ai ornamental as it coml'jil. A .fctolulrly pr. venli rooking All Gillon I.J, nine houri. Cool M'' Unkit i I" f and su without ftll'ther i refarring to its details I shall, review jlbt of the players. Miss Verna FeKon, a talonted act- ress of much liistrionic abilityj is es- stntia h in exponent, of the emotion- al style of acting. The grant scene last, evening was in Act four where :he. appears as a convict in yard at Moscow. The picture; here' by Miss Felton was ill-deed, a liitiahle and distressing one. iler ve- hement onslaught, on the Prince who set Us to omfori. hei u is a di imalitj efloi.. pi excellence Alain ot he olid ionce seemed lo reRiitl tins scene IT .a joke, as if they had 'alaoil the action tlis.v would have te I served their laughter for (mother day, j Tragic moments are not. affairs, to Higgle al. Miss Felton in this scene to which I refer revealed true identity as an actress and her sue was a real triumph. The lomun Ins members of the cast were appro- priately cast.. Thi) JUten players is a most, gratifying and well baJanced company nml their presence in; this u j to do much in Ihe encour tgenient of all that is good In matic circles. Tjlc respee.Hve scenic iineatiluies of the play were nicely contnvrd I must oraise highly the work of hi Itoyai Hungarian Quartette, whose se- lections from II Trovntora, Soldier, .Madame Sherry, anil the Met-. ry Widow, the ntHllence to in enthusiasm. The qunvlette ulcn an attractive dedicated by its conductor lo Jllns Kellnn. Thn Jlajeslic might, to be well pat- 'ronlMd llnriliR Ihe ensascniMIt of H'ne Allen pla.vers. The Starland I, bill n! "he peopl'-V. favijTllc llniatre will eon-iisl of a repetition of tin utellcnt bill which ntirncted and foiirl.lt National Apple show anil tlun attended tjie in honor o? the princesai'S of the empire, where they met a number uf acquaint- C.P.H. at Regina. ances: The. hi iilegroom said that; he and his bride became quaitiied in N'ew Englnnd more than S3 rears ago, when they were school- mates in Plymouth county, Mass. DAUGHTER WAS CURED the 'room has large i ried by. the rescuers in entering'. Sie [apparatus will be Mipcnibed bj the iradc' Ihc-' danger zone of the inine accident, will I Inspector nf Mines continent 1111110- of Nbvcinher'2'f, and within an hour to com? to LijtMbrlAge at she was Ms. Ijiwklebank, scr- 'feeicetion of the vitii' -being read in the presence oi. u I .Control will be left till a few wiliicsses in.llie parlors of a ln" I cal they visilcd the T. K. .Siivagn hasibeeu nranolecl to be divisional silpcrinleuileiit .oi the DAUGHTER OF CANON TRISTAM WOMAN. DIES IN NEW YORK UN- DER PAINFUL CjR- CUMSTANCES N'aw'Vork, X. :V., Xov. mis- carriage of it crude joke caused the death of Mrs. Alice Shanks, said to be Ihe daughter of Canon Trls-tam, Trinity Church, in the opinion of Coroner Shpnguf, who announced today that, several men who were wi'th her when she, took poison, would be summoned today to explain what they know nf the i The woman disci Saturday night in ;a from the effects rof carbolic acid, drank in tho ___________, rant of the Oblf CHID House, in Van- By Lyoia b. PinKnaill 5 com-tlnnd'1'ark. It, was thought that w Vegetable Compound VUUimoie Mil I semi yon here- nith the picture of my lifteen year old Alice, who was restored to he.iilth by Lydia E. Pinlvham'E Vegeta- ble Compound. She was pale, dark circles ttiiAer her eyes, weak and irri- table. Two different doctors treated her nnd called it Green Sickness, but she worse all thft Lydia 1C.Pink- iHble ConipBimcl was rec- sbo had dcliberaUly taken life. after taking three hot- eal Ye onimfttllleu rfliu iin-ci uiiit.t; tles she has Riiincil her health, thanks lo roiir medicine, r can recommend it for all female L. A. COKKIIA.N, 1103 Kutlnnd Street, Balti- more, Md. irundreds of flitclt letters from moth- ers es p owmif tlici r gratitude for what Ijtlii I I'inltham's Vegetable Com- pomrl h t ti Lomplished for them havo b pitieieivtd by the Lydia.K. Pluklialn .Uedicine Company. Lynn, Mass. Votitts Oirls, Heetl Tills Advice. troubled wlih painful i Ma or irregular periods, bitcknclie, lienu. iletie, Inrspe MR. BURNS WILL A1TEND BANQUET GOING TO CALGABV T6 HELP HONOR WESTERN FARMER John 'I'. Rni'ns, executive seeretary- IrraBuror of Ihe FnrmlnR Con- {ivesfi. will leave tomorrow for Cal- gary lo aflend a banquet, which Is being yiven by the Cnnndinn Club thare In honor of tho winners nf the Sbanghnessy prize for -Hie bent hun- dred pounds of wheat, open to Ihe world, at tile New York a short (hue ago. !l is expected i.iult Mr. Whecier, of Itostliern, winner of Ihe first print; Mi' M. .1. Mnclnoil: nml Mr. j will ail lift j present, and d very large delegation i j h by Lydla K. Piiilihani's Vep'. Catholic or Prolesianl cluldicn in 01- phanaires oi foster homes, other ihan of their', emu icligious- peisuasion. ANOTHER PROOF f I EL IK WQULP'S GREATEST MUSICIAN concert-hi Lcilibridge oiy Mnson Cirnncl J'iano' in preference to all MASON RISCH, LTD. Phone Dominion JtlocU F. li. MrCIAW, tnt'ilcCompmind. Tboiisniidahavel restored to health by its use. Wrltt! In Slrn. iMnkliitiii, Mnw., for vice, free. Th i her of Conc rnincliy lieln? lilted stafl will move In tomorrow. EMPIRE STUDIO and Shooting Saloon Next Door to the New Morris Theatre, Round St. Photos Taken Day ct Night By Electric Ught perdoz. ;