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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 13, 191fi THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE FIVE instrumental renderings of charming tonal effedls and thythm-at 90c for two selections include "Serenade Falet" and "Toreador et Andalouse by the Imperial Russian Balalaika Orchestra; and Beetho- veen's "Fifth which is played in two parts by the Victor Concert Orchestra. Current Song Successes are sung by a galaxy of popular, artists, and include among many others on the 90c lisl She >s the Sun.hheof Virginia Campbcll.Bu Tun, Back the Universe Give Me Yesterday Harry Macdonouah-Orpheus Quartet Avon Comedy Fou When the Black Sheep Corns. Home Hits from "Pom Pom" Two song hits by.jvUzzi Hajos, the Dresden China singer in the latest operatta successes, 81 12 our! i Evelyn (Fna "ft" b the Dark (Fnm "Pern tarn Mizzi Hajos 1 Mizzi Hajos Red Seal Artists Geraldine Farrar sings "Thy Dear Kreisler plays Caruso presents "Santa Lucia.' Over 70 others One Pri e fro CoaA Io Court .ry Town and Gin Played Everywhere Hear them at any "His Voice" dealer's Write (or free copy of our 450 Musical EncycV pedia listing over 6000 Victor Records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Go. LIMITED rPff] Lenoir Street, Montreal Victrola MASON RISCH, LIMITED The Home of the Victrola Balmoral Block Fifth Slreet S. P Unequalled ft- Monday II If RPHEUM t Vaudeville Next A GREAT SHOW. PICTURES, 7.30. VAUDEVILLE, 9.00. RESISTA YOU CAN'T LIFT HER! GILROY, HAYNES MONTGOMERY A Very Good Singing Number._____ Wonders on Wheels WEBER ELLIOTT Comedians THE, MILLIONAIRE COMEDIAN AND HIS SEVEN BLACKFACE BOYS TWO NIGHTS ONLY COMMENCING NEXT Majestic-Mon.Tues.Oct. 16-17 THE FIRST REAL ENGLISH PANTOMIME EVER BROUGHT TO CANADA. What the Press Agents Say At the Empress Tonight tho charming picUiro-jilay "Bctti.i'i Loved a Soldier" will iju pro- duced. This romance of two American girls in France is laid in Lonyuevul in rural Krnnco. For more than thirty years tho. Abbe Constantin had been cure of tiie lazy little village. The small town is dependent, for its; exist- ence upon the estate of Longucval and (.bus when the Abbe and hiR people j learu that the estate has been sold to foreigners, they see all their tradi- tions and even their existence menac- ed. Mrs. Scott of New York is the purchaser of the vast estate. She an American woman will: a v'ast fortune, who lias caused a sensation in Paris by her lavish receptions. She has a sister, UeUiiia, a girl of seven- teen, who is as wealthy as her married The story that follows is full of-dcliglitful romance. MAJESTIC-ONE NIGHT WED. OCT. 18th. the Visitors Told Them- selves, Was the Real West." nni C the Winning or ara The Strongest Bool, Play In a Decaile. Beautiful Scenery ?nd a Power- ful Cast. Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c A MOVING PICTURE At Starlarirt BEAUTIFUL MAE MURRAY AT STARLAND The g'.'eat romantic drama. "Sweet Kitty with Mae Murray, probably the most beautiful and tal- ented actress in motion pictures, will he shown at Btarland tonight ami to- morrow. This is without doubt one of the most beautifully staged and elaborately costumed photoplays ever shown in the city.. The scene is laid in the Old Country, and the time is tile late 'eighteenth and early part of the nineteenth century. Tlie cos- tumes of that day are exactly dupli- cated iu the picture, and those who F.5tuart-Whyfe facsems his Lamp. Coswiti. OwenraL fltLOOics. WITH THE FAMOUS F.' STUART-WHYTE COMPANY INCLUDING MISS ZARA CLIN- TON, BM-.-Y OSWALD, HARRY HOYLAND. DONALD GRAY, BEATRICE CARMEN AND 25 OTHERS. ALL SEATS AT MEDLEY'S NOW Prices 75f, 50c At the Majestic There ar0 over ten millions of peo- lilo in the United States and Canada, who have read Harold Hell Wright's charming story of tlie great northwest, "The Winning of Harbara Worth." It is safe to say that many thousands out of those millions have asked the ques- tion "Why was the story never dram- atized; it would undoubtedly make a strong It has been dramatized and it has been one of the most suc- cessful plays produced in years. A beautiful scenic production under the management of L. C. Yeomans will be seen at the Majestic next Wednesday, Oct. IS. ,-ADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP" F. Stuart Whyte's elaborate presen- tation of the famous English panto- mime, "Aladdin -and his Wonderful Miss Murray lives her tlie- only true acting. At The Orphcum There is a good Pantages "hill slated for the Orpheum next Monday night. will be given at the -Majestic and Tuesday, Oct. 16 were fortunate eno.ugh to see Murray in her recent success, "To next _Monday Have ami to "Hold" will readily under-'and If. stand much.this splendid drama I In preparing this piece for produc- ts enhanced by her eharmins manner tlon in Canada Mr. Whyte has spared id interpretation of the leading role. J uo expense to mane it the biggest m.u- part, which if The critic of the Calgary. Herald has this to sr.y of. it: Ilesista, the most remarkable girl that has been on the Calgary stage, has ail the patrons of Pantages who were at yesterday's performances talk- i sical event of the year. The in pantomime is a very important item, because, in addition to the twenty-five regular song num- bers the dialogue is all written in rhyme and talked to music. Next in importance.comes the stage setting. For this production they were "LUKE LOLLS IN LUXURY" LONESOME LUKE STRAYS INTO THE SULTAN'S HAREM AND HAS MANY EXCITING AND STRANGE EXPERIENCES. SOME COMEDY, DON'T MISS IT. JESSE L. LASKY ASSOCIATED WITH DAVID BELASCO PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL SCREEN. ARTIST MAE MUKKAY IN AN ELABORATE PICTURIZATION OF THE GREAT ROMANTIC DRAMA "Sweet Kitty Bellairs" ONE OF THE MOST UNUSUAL AND MAGNIFICENTLY COSTUMED PHOTOPLAYG EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY. Blue bird Photoplays screen version of famous French "L'Abbe by E.J. Clawson. Produced by Rupert Julian with an all star cast "BETTINA LOVED A SOLDIER" featuring the Talented Screen Star LOUISE LOVELY. QRPHEUM THE WORLD FAMED THE GREAT DR. HERBERT TRAVELUITE KING OF HYPNOTISTS" And Presenting the Funniest Show of the Season. A Laugh from Start to Finish.. TONIGHT ALL THIS WEEK See the great DR. HERBERT TRAVELUTTE in a FREE EX- HIBITION In front of the Or- pheum theatre at 7.30 TONIGHT Watch for his blindfolded drive through the principal streets of the city in his 60 h.p. automobile AN ATTRACTION WITHOUT AN EQUAL Doors Open 8.00 o'clock. Show Starts at 8.30. PRICES 25c and 35c designed by Mr. AVhyte and painted under the direction of Edgar MacKie, formerly master artist at the Drury Lane Theatre in London. Then there is the costuming. No than two hundred and eighty indi- Ing about her. There are several sug-, Tldual had to be fitted and ;estions as to just what remarkable made fcr the members of the cast and chorus. The compam power this little OS-pound girl possess- es which enables her to increase her weight so men day co dead weight that not any of them were icii enames HIM iu muuaac 4.0. company which will present so much that the strongest throughout Canada is head- ;ho tried at the matinee yester- b the comedienne, Miss not. lilt her off the floor. In! Zara includes those two an instant she is transformed into a: star Mr. Billy Oswald land Mr. Harry Hoyland. lledlcy's now. Seats are at to move from the floor. Tile bill is opened with Leo a ___-------------------- Mae Jackson in a cycle act that is QUEBEC GlvEs MILLION 'and a. pleasing variety of new patter stuff. George Primrose, for over a BUSY LETHBRIDGE" (Manitoba-Free !eUibi idge is too b.usy and too to entertain the 'annual con- Yeition of United Farmers of 'Alber- As the ram organizations have grown, it }ias become iEncr.easlngly difficult -to house conventions, 'and it is prpbablj only i short time before Saskatchewan and Alberta -will find that they settle on; a. fixed place for tlielr conventions and provide spe- cial accommodation for them. TMe" Alberta convention will have Brpbibly delegates. -While the of trade of. Cethbridge is natur- convention to go there and find that they cannot. secure comfortable quar- ters .or adequate accommodation. When it is remembered that Leth- bridge ho.used the big Dry Farming 'Thomas to tli White. liatdotic tund. slr Ting-a-ling-a-ling! Indignant that the Her- "Yes." "Does the city of Lethbridge still own a watering "Sure thing.1' "Then, have they adopted a new policy of using it only when there is no wind and no dust "Really, we don't know." "Is the slreet sweeping machine still in "Sure thing.'' "Well, why don't they use it along a little water and get some of i written Si] j cont 1JH1.HUHI. honorary treasurer, j the mud and dust off the streets; me expressing ap- aolos. Aboard the "Good Ship Nancy Lee, 1 in Kidneys and Back. bridae Housed tue 'Oig-ury _ Congress of 1912 it says much for the I Gilroy, Dines and increase of business and the improve- very nice singing number with some .lAmmc.' 1 was very sick, could ment of trade that it is impossible now very clever comedy. Three splendid barfly be [was m bed most of tha to house a similar gathering. The singing voices insertionsnmny of time. Had temble pains m my k-dneyf lly very anxious to. entertain _such important bodies, they have very wise- ly, .notified the officials -that, in view of the influx of travellers and land- Beekers, they have not hotel acccmn-.G- datioh sufficient to make tb.e conven- tion comfortable This is ajmuch san- er and safer policy than allowing the hi the old-time circle. amCalso does j: some of his very neat soft-shoe company Vhenls Tver'y pleSng Had TSfrible-PaiP.S bination of talent in harmony and i merchants are all getting sore The goods in their windows ure all being ruined 'by dust. Go after them. Give 'em Ting-a-Iing-a-ling. house a similar gathering, .convention will go to Edmonton. ONTARIO'S BIG THIRST _______, nro a IIIUL Oct. ,i- singing voices in selections, nmu) time, naa terrmie pains m my moneys which were a little too good to bring and back, so that I bad to the applause which a vaudeville audi- scream sometimes when I was sitting j cncc generally showers on acts that down and wanted to get up, tho paia aro a little more of the slap-stick var- was so great'. _ I had tried a well-known i tiuor dealer, according to the Star, es- timates that worth of liquor Is heing shinned out of this city to Tor- onto and other large centres hi On- tario everj- day by freight or express. One express company here-has over 100 ?.nd trucks carting the stuff for shipment, yet cannot cope with the business from Ontario. -.ice the comedy ORPHEUHAS A ?or aecare omy amy. i feel I cannot Bay enongh for this roedl- Hypnotism is a great science and a, Sincerely, MRS. WM. KEJ.WE. meat truth, so the "King of Hypno- O anccs at the Orpheum theatre, closing; ariring torn to. his week's engagement.winch has besn j kidlievs and bladder ench as backach tremendously successful one; tomor-i row niglit. having played to a packed house every night this week. It would "be much easier to tell you what it seems to be than what it really Queen's