Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1209, PAGE FIVi TEA FLAVOR Tea acquires a flavor under the peculiar climate of Ceylon that cannot be acquired anywhere elss on earth. The delicate fragrance and delightful aroma of wifl please you. Buy a package today from your grocer. like it. WONDERFUL PERFORMING BIRDS AT THE EUREKA The Most Marvellous Vaudeville Act Ever Staged in Lethbridge The most novel and out 01" tin? or- dinary act yet seen in Lethbridge opened last night at the Eureka Uiou- tn-, when the curtain rose on the -elaborate stage settings and the mag- nificent collection or' Madam Marcel- la's seventy-five performing- birds. The birds alone are worth the seeing without their performing, as the col- lection includes many very interesting and rare specimens, among: which are a black cockatoo, presented to Madame Marzella by Lord Dennison ol' Aus- tralia, and said to be the only one of its kind in captivity in America: the yellow crested cockatoo of Australia, the beautifully plnmaged macaw; .giant black ravens and many others. The performing of the birds is al- most beyond belief of those who have not seen the act. The act opens with a flutter of wings above the audience as a number of carrier pigeons wing their way swiftly from the rear of the hall to the madam's outstretched arms. Then a program or acrobatic stunts, dancing, carriage wheeling, .artillery action (with the actual firing of a small tragic death of cockatoo, funeral -with hearse drawn iincl driven by birds: somersaults, one a backward somersault, which the Madam says is the only performance of its kind by a bird: a merry-go-round ridden by birds, -'and the organ "run by a bird turning a crank: spelling the names of prominent Lethbridge by .birds with letter plates: a marvellous piece of work of a cocka- too in finding various flags placed under, cover of pails and the pails mixed up to suit the audience: and in fact so many other clever per- formances that a person is almost led to the -belief- that Madam Marcella must possess some occult-mysterious power over the birds as they cer- jtainly understand her when she talks to them. To apreciate this act. one must see Its popularity is evidenced by the I fact that it has been twice around the world and has been witnessed by hundreds of thousands, and all ap- parently have nothing but words of praise, voiced through the press of many lands. For Coughs, Colds, BRONCHITIS, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, CROUP, MA, PAIN or TIGHTNESS IN THE CHEST and all BRON- CHIAL or LUNG TROUBLES there is nothing equal Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It contains all "the of the Trorld famous Norway pine tree, combined with Wild Cherry Bark and the soothing, healing and expectorant propertiei of other excellent herbs and barks. 4 44 44 Mts. Joh T T T T T T T Windsor, Nasty -1'v1 WaS -4- Hackiac -i- nas- Cough T ty hacking cough for A Cured 4- Past 8lx months A T and used lot of 44 44 4 4 4 4 different' remedies good. At last 1 was advised" by a friend I to Dr. Wood's Norway Pme Syrup and. with the first few doses 1 found great relief and to-day my hacking cough has entirely disappeared and I- am never without Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup hi the house." The price of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is 25 cents per bottle. It "is put up m a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the trade mark, so be sure and accept npne of the many substitutes of the original Norway Piue I only'by The T. Milburn Toronto, "Ont. Handled Hundred Millions Tons Coal Fort William, Out., Nov. Canadian Pacific Railway will have handled in Fort William when the season of navigation closes on De- cember the fifth, tons of coal. Superintendent Peterson of that company's coal docks stated yes- terday that he expected the coal ship- ments would cease for the season about thp em'l of the week. The steamers Payne and Prince Rupert with full cargoes arrived yesterday and six more American liners are scheduled to arrive. With the ar- rival of these boats, amount of coal to be received here since the opening of navigation last spring will be tons. About the same amount of coal was received here last season by the C. P. R. Trouble Over At Winnipeg Winnipeg, Nov. following statement was given out by the di- rectors of tile Winnipeg Electric Street Railway last evening. "Power from Lac Du Bonnet was brought in this evening for the first time' since the accident Tues- I'day. One generator started to de- velop power at 8.30 p.m., delivering 1200 kilowatts or 1600 horsepower. Tomorrow the company will give a street car service all day as well as a service of commercial power ac- cording to the present schedule. The disabled engine at the Winnipeg steam plant will be put into commission to- morrow, the Vulcan Iron Works em- ployees working at it all night to re- pair it. The company's expert states that in 48 hours they expect to have, two imore generators at Lac Du Bon- nett delivering power to the PICTURES. ADVANCED J VAUDEVILLE., Madame Marzella And her 75 Performing Birds. The biggest and highest priced act in vaudeville. Nothing ever before like it in the West. Pictures 1 Moon-Struck 2 From Christiana, Norway, to the North Cape 3 We're Backing Up, Hold Fas 4 Jack's Bluff i .1 1 1 LYCEUM 0-NIGHT TORONTO COUPLE DEPORTED FROM STATES Cleveland. Ohio. Nov. Goldberg and his wife. Bella Gold- berg, were deported today to Toronto, Ont., by the United States immigra- tion officers. The couple were taken to the Canadian city this morning by Inspector Cameron Miller. Goldberg and his wife were apprehended" by the immigration officials some weeks ago on charges of being unlawfully in the-. United States. It is alleged that after the pair had once been deported from Buffalo, the j woman being barred on moral grounds the two again entered the United States at Detroit. They came to Cleveland to visit relatives of the woman here. Goldberg told the au- thorities that his wife had eloped from Toronto to Buffalo and that he had followed her. After being sent back to Detroit, the woman again left and Goldberg followed her to Cleveland. BAD HORSE DISEASE IN WASHINGTON Walla Walla, Nov. throughout the section are dying by scores as the result of an infectious disease known as "pernicious anem- which is spreading apparently unchecked. Owners of stock report heavy loss through spread of contag- ion and veterinarians are mystified how to combat the disease. W. P. Reser lost sixty horses from the dis- j ease and others report fatalities al- most, equal in number. A disease similar in nature is said to be have killed thousands of horses in the mid- dle western states last-year. Allen Players Made a Hit FELTON PLAYERS Will Present The Late CLYDE FITCH'S Greatest Success, entitled The Truth To-morrow, Wednesday, Night, they will play pi CHANNING POLLOCK'S dramatization of Mir- iam Michelson's Famous Novel, I The Bishop's Carriage'5 Prices: 50c. SeaU on sale at The Arcade or Lyceum Box Office g played by Miss Verna Fel- ton and the Allen players at the Ly- ceum last evening was something out of the ordinary. This company is deserving of much praise and are to be congratulated for the success of their performance which was greeted oy a well filled house, this being their initial appearance here. Miss Verna Felton. acting in the i role of Zaza. was a treat. Zaza was a poor lonely little French waif who j was discovered with rare talent for j singing, picked up off the streets, uneducated, but of charming person- ality. With a wonderful voice she soon has fame and fortune; falls in love with a Parisian gentleman, but Zaza finds him married and with a child. It is then that Miss Felton dis- plays her rare talent as an actress. Poor Zaza is shown in pitiful disap- pointment and anguish; a piece of acting of winning skill away her audience with admiration. Mrs. Leslie Carter, the creator of "Zaza" was flattered by Miss Verna Felton in her interpretation of this many sided role. It would be a bold critic who would say that anything presented by Miss Felton was dis- pleasing. In the Carter version "Za- Za" does a disrobing stunt in the first act. Miss Felton proved that that stunt is unnecessary to the suc- cess of the play and in fact that the cutting of the disrobing scene is a distinct improvement. The audience more respect for the more mod- est "Zaza" and is in better humor to sympathize with her when she steps across the "dividing line." Miss Felton is ably upheld by-a first class company. Mr. Irving Ken- nedy as Bernard Dufresne, with whom Zaza becomes infatuated, is not of the ordinary type. He has an air of distinction which particularly adapts him for his part. In Cascart, Zaza's singing partner, Mr. George Llewel- lyn would be hard to improve upon. Striking in appearance with fine voice and good manner he distinguish- ed himself and won the good will of the audience. Zaza's aunt, as play- ed by Mrs. Clara Allen, was most original. The company on the -whole made- a good impression and won many friends. Thf Allen Players have been en- gaged to play here for a couple of weeks and have a repertoire which permits of a change each appearance. When cold becomes -settled in the system, it will take several .Hays" treatment to cure it, the best remedy to use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker than any other, and also leaves the system in a. natural and healthy condition. Sold by all druggists. CLARKE CO The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadid Block WE SELL FOR CASH Piles of New Arrivals Make Christmas Stocks Complete The store showing its most complete assortments for early Xmas choosing and ready to serve its patronage as it has never been served before. .For the past week'we have been busy day ami iiig-kt passing into stock the piles of Xmas Goods that our buyer has selected, representing his idea of the most dependable, dainty and in every way the most suitable kinds of gifts for the Xmas season of 1909. New handkerchiefs and linens, neckwear and belts, gloves and hosiery, ribbons and laces, hand bags and combs, waists, underskirts, furs and fur-lined garments. THE STORE HAS TAKEN ON NEW not suggestive of Xmas has been rele- to ihe. back ground, and in their place aredainty requisites in such profusion that the desire to obtain some of them as kind remembrances isahnost irresistible: and the.assortments, in keeptn X with the spirit of the event., are of such wondrousdaiut allusive of Xmas tho. ughts leap past the intervening days and you areglad in anticipation of freely giving -without hav- ing to open your purse too wide. Tables, Shelves and Counters Are Filled to Overflowing in our effort to provide abundantly for your every need, affording an astonishingly wide variety of choice; and the various lines are charac- terized 'by extremely moderate'priceing and s'ich dependability of qualities as you would expect to find only at the Clarke store. What shall it be? Let the following list assist you in we strongly urge you to make selections early. Big Assortment of Christ- mas Handkerchiefs daintiest designs we have ever the best values. Pine embroidered Swiss and Linen Goods with narrow hemstitched or scalloped machine made, others hand one of beau- tiful design and excellent quality at the price. Special'lots rep- .The very best val- resenting unusu- ues in plain linen al value at 15c 20c 25C 12 1-2c to 35c Dainty embroider- ed linen handker- 45c to Handkerchief cen- tres, initialed lin- en goods, silk hdkfs. etc. WE HAVE ARRANGED A GIFT SECTION AT THE FRONT COUNTERS WHERE NOTHING IS SHOWN BUT XMAS GOODS MAKING SELECTION A VERY EASY MATTER Fancy Linens for Christ- mas Giving Things that are alwajrs sure to please and make most acceptable gifts.- Lovely new designs in these hand made Battenburg goods direct from. 'scarfs, centre pieces, four o'clock and lunch cloths in a bewildering assortment. arid at prices to suit.any purse. Tray cloths 50c Lunch cloths at to 83.50 to Pour o'clocks 75c Sideboard scarfs to to Centre pieces, 90c Dresser covers 75c to to A list of brief suggestions which may assist you materially in the selection of a suitable TAILORED WAISTS SILK WAISTS NET WAISTS DRESSING SACQUES LOUNGING ROBES SILK VESTS FANCY HOSIERY CORSETS UNDERSKIRTS WRAPPERS HOUSE DRESSES FANCY LINENS TABLE LINENS DRESS LENGTHS SUITING LENGTHS WAIST LENGTHS FANCY RIBBONS Newest Tailored Coats and Suits Dependable Furs and Fur-Lined Garments ALL REDUCED TO THE LOWEST NOTCH to make a month of great activity and splendid bargain 'attractiveness.- Here's news of a sale, we announce for De- cember in garments of newest style and thorough dependability, at prices permitting- of such wonder- ful saving that no one with a habit of thrift can afford1 to let puss. Powerful Price Persuad- Our ready to wear sec- lion throughout the sea- son has always held a high place in the minds of Leth- bridge women who appre- ciate stylish, dressy and exceptionally well tailor- ed wearables. These are the very garments which are going now at close to half their actual worth, and be it remembered that the regular prices- have not been equalled in this section in garments of such splendid make. There are now only one and in some cases two of a kind, so the necessity of early choosing is most ap- parent. is the remarkably low sale price of any coat or suit in stock worth up to S25.00. Some beauties there are too. Made In this season's newest styl- es of absolutely pure wool materials and qualities so fine that you would nev- er expect to buy them at such-a little price. They make nice Xmas gifts. BIG SAVINGS IN XMAS FURS Muffs, stoles, scarfs, fur and fur-lined coats, mark- ed at new selling prices for .December. A golden opportunity for husbands to remember their wives and fellows their sweethearts by the presentation of a gift which, while most useful and acceptablee, can be had at a price as low as though it were bought at the end of the season. Every fur piece in our stock is guaranteed to be of the very best quality of its kind and thoroughly dependable in every res- pect. Read the particu- lars and just note the sav- ings. 575.00. best quality mink rug muff, large size best Quanty uiiiiK rug muff, smaller size at rnink stoles, large size and beautiful quali- ties rat lined coats best double stripe mink collar and re- We suggest these articles as Suitable Xmas Gifts. Assortments of ail are at their FANCY H'DK'FS. FANCY COLLARS BELTS JABOTS COLLAR PINS HAT PINS BARETTES BACK COMBS SIDE COMBS HAND BAGS PURSES CLOVES BUSTER BELTS FANCY TOWELS ALL OTHER FURS AT SIMILAR REDUCTIONS. Christmas Belts and Neckwear .jovely m-w designs in the dain- tit-st novelties of the entire season just to'hand by express and conven- iently displayed in the front counter for quick and satisfactory choosing. Something from this lot is sure to please and you can make selections for a number of friends at a comparative- small outlay. Newest stock collar at .....35c and 50c chiffon collarsjfil; Newest silk and chiffon collars. at .....45c to Newest Jabot col- lars ...90c to Newest silk, net or velvet bows 35c-75c Newest elastic belts at .....35c to Newest Jabot pins, at .....50c to ALL XMAS GOODS CONVENIENTLY DISPLAYED AT OUR FRONT COUNTERS WHERE YOU MAY MAKE A SELECTION TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE AND WITHOUT INTERRUPTION Dependable Christ- mas Gloves Gloves are always a. leading; fea- tur in Xmas giving. We have sup- plied ourselves with, liberal assort- ments in every wanted kind and are prepared to satisfy the most particular taste. Best time to make selections is now when stocks are at their best and the size can be exchanged after Xmas if you do not the proper fit. Ladies' dress slopes Misses' kid gloves best qualities ,90c Ladies' heavy walk- Ladieg, suede ing gloves ,c evening prloves Ladies' cuff and gauntlet gloves Al! of 9lov' to es. mitts, etc.