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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page HE -LKTinmiDGE WEEKLY October 2it, Majestic Theatre Friday, October 25, at p. m. Prompt GREATEST WRESTLING MATCH OF THE YEAR. Jack Taylor vs. John Berg IDS Ito's. Ibs. TO A FINISH POLICE GAZETTE RULES TO GOVERN Seats Now on Sale at Elite Cigar Store. PRICES: and 73 cents. HJXGS1DE. MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT Tonight Tomorrow The Nautical I [717 TAYf OR" Comic Opera DlJULJUl, 1 1 1ASIV Most Goi'S-eous Array of Talent Ever Seen in Special Scenery anil Electrical Elects, Keanf if n lly Staged. Elegant Costumes. inclndins a score of Hie prettiest j-'irls of our city. PRICES 7fw and fiOc; Boxes PATlfrONIZE LOCAL TALENT. Seats now selling at'Kenny Alliii's Drug and Hook Store, next Dallas Hotel. MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Vitit "Billec Taylor" A large audience again attended t-hej production Taylor" by the, Lethurirtge Musical Dramaiic club, in ilie Majestic. Th-eatre lasr. night. 1 hope a still larger audience will he on land to encourage the club this even- ing. The performance last night, went off splendidly. Tae initial production on .Monday Bigiu. WHS not without its hitches, though not of n serious order, and a considerate and appreciative audi- ence was graceful in overlooking the inevitable little breaks which accom. pany amateur, uroduciions en .their first appearance. But last night the production was -without biamish. The choruses were strouser and the princi- Robert- son's Book Store for Victrolas and i pals more accomplished, and, in uict, the whole show was a worthy produc- tion, and may .be highly commended. Mr. .Frank Mr. Harold Cooper and 7t5ss a lu their sons "Revenge." made another hit with the audience, and atu called upon to Miss Elaine Conybeare, too. was appreciated ill the sailor's hornpipe, which irever fails to win the audience, so neatly skilful is she in this little speciality. All the other principals acquitted themselves in most pleasing manner, too. The opera house contained probably n. third more people than on the open, ing night. Taking this for a criterion a packed house will likely greet tha tonight. "The Man Hunt" at Slarland An extraordinary attraction ifc being shown at Storland today, in the offer- ing of the spectuiilar two reel pro- duction. "The -Man Hunt'1, possibly the most sensational feature sei-n here this year. Overflowing with exciting incidents, rapid action, and portrayed in a most marvellous manner, "The Man Hunt." will prove to be a sen- nine feature. Two eventful oneriugs to be shown on next Monday and Tuesday, will he tbo bis three reel thriller. "The French Spy" and the Starland Com- pany's own motion pictures the Congress. Some vary flne pictures have been secured of the latter, in- cluding the principal exhibits, the beautifully ilecorated business section, the crowds on the streats, the lire de- partment in action, the official op- ening, etc. This will afford the cit- izens an opportunity of seeing the city in motion pictures for the first time. Paul Gllmore in Great Play For the first time since the produc- tion of "The Mummy and'the Hum- ming Paul Bilmore, America's well-known uotor-maiuiser. Is uresont- ins to the theatre-going public a play that gives him a bis. vital role, com- mensurate with ills Brail acting Illty. In "The which ho will offer at the Majestic Theatre Ill's week. Mr. Puill Cllmore "ill portray a character of titanic strength. could not have fallen into bet- tor said the Now Vork Times last year. "For Mr. Oilmori- has done nothing more powerful or artistic in his whole career than the portrait of the intense, almost saturnine husband in Sheldon's remarkable play." Young People's Choral Concert Toir.oiTC'W evening in Knox Church, the Young People's Choral Society will render a very superior musical programme, which ouirhi to draw a large audience, Mr. Lavtcn has his singers in fine shape, and there is a treat in store for all who go and hear the choir. MR. READE JUNIOR JUDGE Berlin, Onl., Oct. William M. Rcnde. K. C.j who has been acting as deputy judge, received the appoint- .ment of junior judge of Waterloo county from the Dominion govern- ment this morning. THREE NEW STYLES The Greatest Values Ever Offered in the Greatest of all Musical Instruments, Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 28th First of the season. Grand 10-round Boxing Exhibition TUJ BOTH MEN TO WEIGH JGV AT Seals on Sale at Elite' Cigar Store. PRICES ami 75 cents. Secure your Scats Early RINGSIDE 5EVEN lEOtIB HEARD LAURIER SEAT INTEREf-T BEING TAKEN THE BYE ELECTION IN A WEEK FOR HAPPY MAR- RIAGE New Yorlt, Oct. "Young women should not marry u man who earns less than ?20. a said ttre Rev. Karlc Wilnoy. iii a sermon at the Vermont Avenue Cilristian church tonight. "These men are not good providers, and your married life will not he happy. Lorn cannot thrive where there is an empty pantry. Romantic love is tile curse of this age. It causes nine-tenps of all .the divorces. "Before you marry a young man yor nhotild look to his physical ;md earning abilities. Young women wait and find these things out after they have mar- ried. Then their only resource is the divorce court." Mahogany or oak Announcement Extraordinary Victor-Victrob IL XIV. rUTURE SAILINGS Montrezl-Quebec-Liverpool I-Ake Manitoba......Sat. Oo.t 12 Empress of Britain Fri. Oct. 18 Empress of IrolRnd FTI. Nov. 1 Lake ,.3at. NOT. i Lake ManHooa.----Sal. Noy. 9 Bmprest of Britain Frl. NOT. 15 Lake Michigan, ...Sun. Nov. 24 Last laiUng from St. Lawrence Excursion Rates NOV. 7tfi to DEO. 31rt Christmas Ships 6t. John and Liverpool of rrslaml Frl. Nov. 29 Manitoba ...Sat. Dec.. 7 of Brttivln Prl. 13 and Ddtalls your local-ageot. or write J. a. Carter, Ganertl Agent' ,Z10 Portr.oo Ave, Winnipeg Man. THE VICTROLA reproduces the voices of the world's greatest singers in so natural and lifelike a manner that you actually FEEL the presence of the living Artist. Double-sided Records are 90c for the two selections. Ask for a Free copy of our 300 page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 5000 Records. Call at any of "His Master's Voice" dealers everywhere and hear your favorite rnusic on a genuine Victrola. When thinking of Christmas Gifts remember the Victrola and the famous His Master's Voice trade mark. Use only genuine His Master's Needles with Victor Records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., MONTREAL LIMITED 120 We carry the only full and complete stock of Victrolas and Victors in the city, together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Parlors to-day Mason Dominion Block Lethbridge Sorel, Quo., Oct. nn audi- ence of over 7000 people gathered from Sorel, find all parts ot RIchlHeii county, and with n large contingent of s'cme thousands -brought in liy ex- cursions -from Montreal, Thray Hiv- cra. Nicolet, Ibervlllc, and St. Hyacinthe, Sir AVilfrid iind ;i gcodly numbtr of his chlrf Libeviil liclpcrs. today made appeals .fbr: the election of A. P. -T. Car-din. Ubenil f-uididato in liichilieu county against 1-i. A. D. Morgan. The chief of the op- position expressed great 'Confidence- in .the result cf the going so "iar 113 to predict as September 21 was spoken as a mumorablti -dntc, Octo- 'ber 24, the date of tho election iu would be another day -.vhich would be referred to. and -ill the ether speakers made constant re- fprences to "the reported intention V. D: -Monk- to resign on the navy ciueetibn, Sir Wilfrid speaking hope fully of it. H3 "chii buginning of the end.1''' He-'said Jlr. 31onk would have de- sympathy and -respgct if he v.-cre resigning to save lus honor, af- ter having node conditicna to -Mr. Bor- before accepting the portfolio he now holds. Otherwise he thought Jiut Mr. Monk showed considerable naivete and guiieleesn-ess. if he ac- :opted the poriiolio without seeing the inevitable outcome. The train Monireai bringing n Sir WiK'-id Laurier was at UIK by Mayor Lafreiiiere, and the leader of the opposition was led tc the itaiid on the park, where already a 'argo audience was gatiicred. Alter ihe band had playe-J, and a large bor of bombs had bean exploded, two young ladies, Miss Anne Uaotte Miss Maricn Casavant, proseutfld two bhmiueta of flowers fcv tho town, and i'or tho Liijeral association. The crowd applauded the speakers libsrally, and tho 'whole afternooi -.lasacrt off without incident, but some of the rithrons objected tn the of tho Conservative candidate, Mr. Morgan, and to a remark lie mads towards the end of the meeting, ami j asked him to go. He. withdrew, after listening to speeches, in which his name wns often referred to.- A Coarse Eribc Sorel, Quo., Oct. plcdg-a my word of honor ihat if you elect Mr. Morgan on Thursday, the marine rail- way will he voi.cc! during; tin; Farlia- mcutary aussion next month. And fl tbo does not keep the pro rntec wliisli waa made to me In writing I will ask Mr. Morgan to resign hia seal, and T know he'will do it." Such was the declaration mails night by Sir H. Forget, ;it a mooting in front 91" the Conservative commitleu rooni Hore, Sir Rodolpho declarc-d he had seen the Hon. Mr Rogers, and minister had given him a written pro- mise' binding ihe government. As tlie day approaches for the final verdict of the electors of Hlchllfeu, the t.wo opponents aro gathorhiK tlieir forces aiid all their reserves com- to the front. Thoimh thy two can- dldnies are engaged in one of llcrcost poHtical In thn his- tory of Ihe country, tho people thoin- selves iivo showing little vntluislasm, THE STARTLING, SENSATIONAL TWO-REEL PRODUCTION Doesn't the Name Suggest Excitement, Rapid-Fire Action and Thrills Galore 7.? EE IT V SEE IT NEXT MONDAY, Another Starland Triumph Official Motion Pictures of the Congress and City See Yourself In Motion Pictures at Starland Soon "THE FRES-CH .SPY." Our Prices Never Change Sjiecia! Eugageinciit for One Sight Only October 26th 1912 Mr. Paul GiliHore and a Powerful -Caste in The Finest Dramatic Production of the Season PRICES 75c, and BOc. GALLERY 25c. Scats now sale si Kenny Allin's Drug Store, Next Dallas Hotel. they attend in crowds reported against Ihn company, at the uumirous ir.oi'.iiiiKs that are hs- This case was instituted by slice ins held all over tho cimstimem-y. 'manufacturers of Quebec when lion. Mackenzie King was minister o[ lau- FOUND AGMNST SHOE COMPANY! or, and has tern steadily pressed, llr- Oltiwi Out Oct The- tioaril cisioli means that lite company's pal-- which' imi'iiiri'd into the charge that entx may be cancelled, ami if It IR- h" niii'il Stales Shoe Machinery noros the fiutling of the hoard it can lioslun, which holds ail lie lined one thousand dollars per day. n'Sits i..r inmtai shoe machinery is This wns the first ".ase heard under tiinihinalioii in restraint oi trade till! anti-coinmncs act. PACKED IN ONE AND TWO POUND CANS ONLY l YOU-ARE USING A CHASE ;