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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETIIItRIDGE DAILY HERALD T Majestic TheatrePollards TONIGHTTheToymaker LA POUPEE October Mikado BY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN COMPLETE MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION FOR MUSICAL COMEDY AND OPERA EVERY SljJGER A YOUTHFUL STAR Special Bargain at 230 P m Pricei 25c MAJESTIC THEATRE October 10 11 The musical event of the Tn lionorof of Conuaughts special engagement of Sheehan English Opera Company Joseph Americas Greatest Tenor and Opera Star Thursday evening H Trovatore The Chimes of Normandy With the most remarkable east of Ameri can and stars ever heard in English gO Trained Chorus Voices 60 Special Grand Opera Orchestra Seat Sale Opens 5th at D Higinbpthams Drug Store Prices 50e MUSICANDDRAMA Conducted by FIDELIO NOTICE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS All members of this order are requested Lo assembleat Castle Hall on the evening of 9th to take part in the re ception of the Duke of MARK of and POLICE COURT Three theft cases relieved tho usual monotony of police court proceedings yesterday who attempted to stock up on Hamiltons turkeys a few nights preparatory to got away on payment of a ten dollar as Joo of who tool Rnoihar gentlemans grin along as IrnveJlhis will Have to aj Tear before Inspector West at the Bar racks for his who stole a coat re cently from the Cosmopolitan Two candidates for Keeleys Gold Cure establishment were Hayes wili lo five days in the guard while an old of get 30 FOlt THE FIRST TIME IN history Lethbridge is to lie vis ited on Thursday and Friday kJ by that sterling operatic artist Jos L j eph whose work with the Henry opera orgaiiizalions j thy cast is j j H will he noticed thai the operas to he given here are to be sung in English so that no one need afraid of not being able to follow the As a matter of Verdis1 familiar II Trovatort and Ilan jucttes The Chimes of Normandy are two very well Itnown The Sheehan Opera campany come here At u time when ilic city will be in gala attire on the occasion oi the visit of and it is to be hoped that will mate it a point of being on hand at one oi the opera perform ances in ihe Majestic I can personally recommend Sheehan as a gentleman and an artist who will give the public of his very The chorus suppoTting tlie star an eilcctive Kinging unit and there will he a selected orchestra of capable This is a grand opportunity for Lethbridge to turn out en inasse and give this operatic organization such a reception as will he long re There in nothing finer than an evening well spent listening to the music of the old T trust every music lover in the city will SRC to it that Sheehans vis it here this wftcv is crowned with Ft istbe big opening musi cal event of the year and yon are cer tain to get value for your Clever Juvenile Opera Co Delight Large Audience Before a large and enthusiastic au dience at the Majestic theatre last evening the Pollard Opera made ils initial appearance in a three nights The hill on this occasion was the old time light opera favorite Sergeant made famous by our old Friend Frank the diminutive comedian in j his palmy has been writ f ten in the advance notices aboutthe lability of the Pollards to give factory After reviewing the performance last night one could not well find cause to disagree with the press has for once told the The Pollards are a company of clevir young Al though they come from no one must imagine they are lilliputi on the contrary they an all voting healthylooking juveniles thor ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT OF TWO OF THE MOST WONDERFUL FEA TURES EVER EXHIBITED HERE AND For Valor A Sensational and Spectacular WAR STORY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Glorious TwoReel Hand Colored Production The Refugees Casket BOTH GENUINE FEATURES out Hie Another sub ject which on the same two is the sensational and startling war entitled For a production crammed full of exciting and powerful The ereiit The Refugees Casket will he shown on Friday and This is the beautiful and artistic two reel handcolored production which was shown at the National Convention in where it created a veritable and the management have no hesita tion in stating that it is a genuine feature OLD CHIEFTAIJM IN ACTION Recent Photographs taken on the pre sent toV of Sir Wilfrid Laurler DESPERADO WAS GIVEN TEN YEARS COLORED CROOK HELD UP TRAIN BUT WAS OVERPOWERED BY THE PORTERS CENTENARY OF THE CORTES celebrations were held yesterday in honor of a centenary of the Spanish The only discord was fur nished by a Porto Rican delegate who in course cf his speech declared that the independent party of Porto Rico was working incessantly to free that country fponi Yankeedomina He urged the South American republics to couie to the aidof Porto JMorefc characterized the utterance of the delegates as the only gad note of the Silkstone Guessing Contest Extended Owing to the harvesting operations years hard la bor was tho seutohco handed out by Magistrate Trant to Alfonso a colored man arrested on a charge of attempting to rob on a train Saturday near aliases are Payton and Walter is the central figure oj one of the bold est at robberyin the On Friday afternoon he hoarded the south bound at Saskatoon and early in the morning was discovered by a porter of number going through tiie cars Hashing a burglars On discovery James held a Colt under the nose of the porter and relieved1 him of everything of James then proceeded to clean up the whole With Camp bell in front of him James awakened a second and demanded his how ever demurred and commenced to Finally James told him to band everything over or he would Picket then bent down while on instructions from the gun manj commenced to rifle his pock Picket had one eye on the man and When a favorable of fered he tore the gun from his liands and with the assistance of succeeded after fight in rendering James Word was telegraphed ahead and on arrival of the train at Regina po lice officials were at the train to re ceive James seems to be badly wanted by His photo appears In n circular issuedby the Pinltertons and also wanted in King Wash1 It was learned late this even ing that James recently robbed tho local postofilco of He called at tbe postoffice and asked for mail ami letter addressed to James was given He found a cheque in the letter and presented it j the hank for He had to obtain some one to identify him and persuaded two local men to give their EDISON IS A BjJLLMOOSER GREAT INVENTOR THINKS TEDDY THE ONLY ONE FOR PRESIDENCY oughly interested in he work aiotid been able to tate advantage of the to The performance would pnt opportunity offered them by to shame inanv an cITort Inadult or R Stephens flic voices arc oil cf ta Silkstono to in progress tlirongbout the the Later for farmers and their wives have not whom the cheque was turn ed up and the two bondsmen had to make A rigid inquiry was made for James but be not ho i Ha is also well known in where he keens a restaur venture a gentle hit or criticism and by steuheiw has at that is thatit might prove beneficial j cracted vory wide attention and many ii one or two of the burlesque situaof the Stephens agents and other linns were toned down t Tooparties have requested the company much horse play spoils aperformance and Irookiiypniblu came dangerous to extend tlifi time of the contest from September 30 to October The Window Cards Circulars Kcporfs WeddingAnnouncements Visiting Cards Letter Heads Tickets Commercial Printing of Every Description Iv close to falling in evil wars en company lias considered it fair to do nvre than one clever little Itlls ns no iias yet tho 1 fellow though he His local hits j Sore anv one jon Irank I has quart of 1 Mayor Hatch Joe Gillespie and beautiful and sanitary new wall nelsons Shoe caught the ianl may in a guess as to the YOUR NEXT ORDER rn Phone A cy oi fhe The solo singing amount of money contained in the oi Xellie McNamara and jur on exhibition at the Winnipeg i Phyllis Pliilijpson aroused ilie audi Imhislml If more than one eiici lo while the of Silkstone is bought a corres liaiint also warmly S One must not forget to award I j special praise to tliat very clever I yotmg comedienne Quccnie whose mimetic ainlity won for her tlie criiiciil verdict of tne T hit as scrgi hivc and and Tne jar holds OIC ninesixteenths stay ought to prove highly poof a gallon of water and is now filalile for is the first LUI filled with bills nine attraction of the local and The money contained is Tonight the company xvill Iess Xew an niton lew at his home in West Thomas A iMison that lie was un ardent supporter of thft third term party in the campaign I am supporting JI Roosov safd beoause I HI him and because I think that ho s the only man is able to hantllf the at Washington nor Mr Wilbon he able to take cine of that eicnul In rav Also I admire his poson How long vou been a Bull Moaser Edisonwas All he adding This country needs a al though believe In trusts if thayaie jiToperly and the third termers ideas of aio cor in my I regard Mr Taft a big bluff He has reached what a commercial man would call the talking point I ia favor the prln Veterans Brigade Orders by Officer Commanding October 9 The VotoranBBrigade will fall in opposite the old A M oillcea on Seventh Street South lit for the purpose of tHklug part in the reception of His Royal High ness the Duke of October 10 Inspection by His Royal High Duke of The Veterans Brigade will fall in on Thirteenth Street at tho corner of Sixth and Thirteenth Street mid will then march to the in1 ejection ground headed by City By Acting All members are requested to gather at the of Fifth Street and at Evening October 9th To greet theDuke of ciples because in the have faith intheir The Lord Dufferiri is the result of five years endeavor by the OrauKeuIle chapterof Daugh has been HE WOULD FORBID CATHOLICS TO VOTE POPE OPPOSED TO CLERICAL PARTY BEING LATE GREAT PRINCIPLE Mote the Date tlic criiiral vcrilict of the f T i 1 fs October 31st five dotlars produce the famous play The lid more than fifty Buy apted from the maker ada French opera i the Feature st Slarland The proiiurtjnn of A Pace in adiati will be at on Wednesday and Thurs will prove o lie a most timely and acceptable for i shows in intricate detail many uiir of lie i oi and all Koyal on The tlLp tUi your at lcorooilnt ot STEPHENS LIMITED MANITOBA I SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE is expected that the Pope will shortly publish a dccit which forbids Catholics copt lo prevent the election of open enemies of tho j The Popo is determined to prevent the formation of Catholic parliai mcntary party on the lines of the lev man on tht ground the J representation of Catholics woulu ply recognition of the Kingdom of The nonexpedit decree was fj lective until the cicctora rei form mcvessed ihe number of olectj It is now feared that at Uio next j election a majority of Catholic j ties will be returned if ori gimizatienK nftrti in the ind hence lite expected action i by the Pope is NOTED PHILOLOGIST DEAD YViiia FOR any feat ures that the custom tailor may be able to youare likely to pay heavily probabjy more than the clothes themselves are You should pay only for two things in and Beyond no single feature is worth paying very much And yet there are points about FITRITE clothes that it isnt reasonable to expect in garments made by the small custom BUCHAN THE MENS MAN 406 Fifth Street South Bryan Block ;