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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Octobfi 9, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 MAJESTIC THEATRE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 Rubbling ami overflowing with sparkling uonMidy anil tunelul melodies Beck offer the captivating Parisian musical concoction The Girl From Mumms" __ fcjIIOO TWI7 Foremoit of Musical Comedy Comediennes W L 1 il MIOD UL1V EJ V AIL Made "Miu Nobody From Starl.nd" famous, and many others A perfect cast and beauty chorus of 40 PEOPLE 40 Gorgeously'costumed. Every gown a handsome French creation 16 HitS 16 Before 1 Had the Meades" CLEO reserved general admission 25c> Seats now selling at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store TO-NIGHT ONLY STARLAND Sarah Bernhardt in Queen Elizabeth Adults 25c Children 15c LAST TIME Supporting Company The PrUoner of Zenda Four Complete Tht Hcute of Quality The Empress Your Comfort Our LAST TIME TODAY The Vengeance of Galpra FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY "Home, Sweet Home" NOTICE ON AND AFTER FRIDAY NEXT OF ADMISSION WILL BE 15 CENTS. ...'._.. SHERMAN THEATRE, TONIGHT ONLY The Hoyt Theatre Comedy With 1000 Laughs Tears An Exceptional Cast Including Eddie O'Brien and PRICES SOcto "A Bachelor's Honeymoon Seats now on sale at box office LETHBRIDGE .AGENTS- A Great Musical Comedy Stieehan Jt announce tlie Par- isian musical sensation of the season, The .Girl from book by .1. A. Lacy, lyrics and rousic'ny Fred A. flobnSorst, witb'MissfOlive Vail. Am- erica's foremost comedienne, .and a teleci 'cast of principals, as Ihe at- traction at tlie Majestic Octobsr II. "l Few-'rnusical comedies .in -recent years have niet with "the universal proval :aa his "The Girl IVom Tlie' typical French cou- served In iliree courses and ora'e years past week "had a very acute attack -which confined we to the house. About tho hive been faking then at'inltivaU during the earlj of the prejen irinttr, and up to dale have Sad no Mum ol my old I feel better tlun I hive for rears and thisk'thH my old entay hM ranished and all." H. A. JOKES. joe. a bor-6 for bj ifEOtMtUed. Sample tree by writing Dmr and Co. of to marvellous and there was not a'heart. in .ihs consreeation that'wag not touched, 'it is just such as :'hit brought, by Tanner to the yon nj peon! e that urges tiem on to greater things'in life. The musical numbers were also creditably "rendered. -Miss Heap -was heard Cn that ever popular contralto, .olo, "The Lost Miss Myrtle Rib' gave a 'well executed soprano arid Mesdames Fletcher and !raas rendered a. most pleasant du- tt Theje conjoint meetings arc held he first'Sunday in each month, and cordial invitation is extended to all. On IvidAi- en-ening John H. Bridge rill return from the. eastern states, .'hero for Ihe past two years ho has abored.aa a.missionary in the inler- tj-of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saintn. -Elder Bridge ha3 devoted his time In the confuronces of Ihode'lsla'iid1 and'Wen Virginia, and ias enjoyed signal success in hi vorS-. He Is.returning via.Salt Lake Cily, where he attended the seml-an- Constructor) Gang -The storm1, did not'prevent the C P. R. construction gang southwest o .own from, .working.- Mr. Thomas Ramsbiiv. -who. tho hopes to be able to finish the Job before the ground-flnaSly freeze! up for the winter. He has about twi more -week's work with the scrapers and If tho weather Is at oil fai orable, the whole winter Will be oc cupled in handling rock to the banks of the dllch. The C. P. R Is Indeed shoving admirable enter prise In their activities on the canal. Threshirtj Held Up As In the case In, other districi threshing In the. Magratli district Is a a standstill. .If id "the anow but kep off for another (en all of the grain1 would have bei a. number of ma chines, however, tha( claim they sti have two weeks' work; Dudley's ou fit will bo worMrg for al least sliteo days, hut the .Ihreahermen out nort of town say .they will pull In afte 'our days' of straight lyurk. The o' proverb about the 111 .wind is Irue the case of the present storm, fo nothing bstler could have happene to the fall wheat, which, according the farmers, was. actually bcginnln 10 suffer want of moisture. Herald Contest Much Interest has already bee aroused In tho Herald contest, no wlthsUndlns llio'fact thai H has on been announced a few days.'- W. Illndley Is.in tho field from Magrat and he already has visions of a thou and golden beans floating his Bible The Adult Bible class of the Prcs- byleriar, church.has re-orgtnlzed for another season's work. Mr, Qutss, ably led the cbi's In ihe "Sweet Sixteen" .comes but once in her lifetime. Let the portrait preserve the record of that happy age. A visit to the photographer keeps fresh for all time, the budding charms of sixteen or the blopnv of twenty. Think what those pictures, .will mean to you and-to after years. Modern equipment and the natural, homelike surroundings of the up.o-date itudlo, Insure faithful and artistic portraiture. Allison The Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIBGE last, was re-elected and here..is .every indication that .the will'. enjoy a most'beneficial ear'e work. The officers are alive to he pressing needs of the hour, and it will be their purpose-to make Iho meetings, which are held every Sun- day afternoon at source of strength and encouragement to its members In meeting -the many diffi- culties. In life. The study of the'holy- Scriptures' will, the >asls of the coming year's work; but the social and-literary side'will not be overlooked. Mr. A. U. Crichflcld, since Ma- grath sprang Into existence, has been [he moving force in toinfs tlu-atrical, tias sent for several new plays, which Ko contemplates staging during the winter months. Signs are not lacking to go lo show that Magrathi will be a live town this winter, with the var- ious literary ami athletic .move- ments. Need of Boys' Club There is an ever-growing need In. Magrath for fome sort of a boys' club, modelled after the hove' dc-- partmetil of the V. Jl.'C. !A: Your. correspondent feels liut .this should i bo taken up, 50 that the developing. forces of the boy will be directed, in. Iho proper channel.- It Is very', proba- ble- that this mattcr-vdlVbe' taken' up at an early date. Hotels Crowded The hotela ol th'o town are crowd- Mr. Klrby. of that he has turned ed every night. Klrby Hotel, people away every night, simply be-. cause he cooid not accommodate them. The Magrath Holel Is also 'tax- ed ..to its full .Capacity, t ptctW In 10 Ike tm l ;