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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETHBRTDQE DAILY HERALD CO. Macdonald Block The cold mind you Lethbridge blasts of winter re- of something warm to wear We are fully equipped with desir- able clothing, which we are selling for cash at prices difficult to equal Ladies' warm Tweed Coats in the latest styles, at Special prices for the holiday in Ladies' Costumes and Suits at New lines of .Hand Bags and Ladies' Ties received from Toronto last week, and marked at quick selling prices 203 EXPRESS COMPANIES LOSE Toronto, Oct. Mabee or tiie Board of Railway Coinnrissioii- era'today refused the application of evpreia companies to cancel sched- ule "D" oE llie.exprftss rates classifi- Alion, wliieli 'refers' to shipment'or looks and other, printed matter, say-' ng -that no evidence hud been sub- iiitteil showing the" pi'eseht schedule was not remunerative. The Hearing of .the Ein'eka Planter Co. of Woodstock rogardpEg implements shipped west of Port Arthur ad- journed .until Boards of Trade of some of the western citiea can he heard from. GIVEN SEVEN YEARS Chatham, Out., Oct. of uttering over S2000 worth of forged cheques on the local branch of the Dominion bank, Richard .P.. Canning, was sentenced this-.afternoon to serve seven years In the Kingston .peniten- tiary. 1 Circassian Walnut Mason Kiscli Pi- .ano. used but a short time, original "selling price 1 Memlelssohri Cabinet (jrancl, shop- was 8450, now............... S400 1" Hetify Herbert, slightly used, 'ma- hogany, was 1425, iiow 1 Steinbacli Cabinet Grantl, mahog- any; used 3 inos., was now. :1 iSte-inbiicli Studio, mahoga.ny, slight- ly used, was now I "Stein bach Studio, walnut, worn, was now J.'Player Piano for J3QP All the above, pianos, in perfect condi- tion ami are in stock in our Letlibridgc wareroorns. These pianos must be sold by Tuesday, Oct. 31st. 'The U invited tliese.iiist.rumerits innl otlier designs without Prices quoted arc easli? or wo arrange easy terms. Mason Risch Piano Company, Ltd. F. R. McCAW, MgT- Dominion Block. ACCUSATION AGAINST SALT LAKE MAYOR Salt Lake City, Oct 22 Vccusa tions that Mayor John S. Bmusford, iii-: open of-, the 1 nv aided bi the cu giiijwring department 'from i com- pany of which, the mayor is himself g, officer, are made in an affidavit filed in the countv at- torney's office today by Albert N, Jarvis. Jams, a former employee of Ihu cily, also presented a formal toller of complaint, in which he re- cites that the having person ally approved payment; of the hills which were rendered hy hini'self as an officnl 01 tlic coal was guil- ts o! a misdemeanor [he complaint asks IOL an immcuiitc investigation of llic charges the altoi and the prosecution of Mayor Hinstord IOL alleged malfeasance office. BpURASSA SPEAKS Sayt National.ats Will Treat Harden Regime Same as Launer Ghamtilt Canton Qtie Oct 23 _ A big Nationalist demonstration" uith Henri as tlic chief speaker took plice liorc jcsteidsr in honoi of I H (be new member who put the county o? Chambly Ver chores in the list of opoosition on Sept J Bncharme and the French and English speaking chairmen respectively The formation of a aeries of du'ba to aid in future campaigns was announoed. 1 II Kainville, after a-jkmg his friends for the demonstration declai that the Conservative victory a victory for lira people over those. who refused lo consult, the people on 'mitional Issues. Mr. Botirassa declared that his party would occupy the same with regard to the Borden adminis- tration as -they did in .regard 'to the kaurier regime, mid would hffid them- absolutely independent sup porting the government only, in cases us they deeine'd they deBerVed support. Over 2000 people attended meeting. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT Toronto, Oct. of the manufacturers nud workmen of On- rnrio gatheretl in the Parliament buKd- ings hflre today hufore Justice Alereditli to dteeuas the of n Workman's Compensation Act for On- tario. Many esprcsflions of opinion were heard from both sides, hut no definite outline of nn act has yet been reached. OPPOSE COL. HCNDRIC Hamilton, Oct. Madison of Brunt ford, a "former mom- ftoi' of Ihc parly in the Aus- tnillan pnrliament, Ki being mention- fid HS fho opponent of f-Ion. J. S. Hen- drie in MUSIC ANDDRAMA th.rry Vilnt Hir As fulu laming vehicle Madame Sherry t The 's the iiuiu) is o! musical comedy and on the bills is designed as The hook is by. no UMIU ovci buidoiipd with'clever trum jot tlir hues arc ling'cil luimoioiis diiloguc, which sets l fciBSllne- The music is r jbcve the ot musical coin- lies although lo, lie candid, ono nol like to say what would luppcn lo 'Mad lino" it that cap- unl seductive mcloiiy "Ev'ry lulli inoicminl nere I'limimitcd. I his numbci is interwoven the and seldom fails lo put an audiuKL in a sympathetic 'raiiti! of mind. Reviewing the per- formiiiici last lAenms at the Majcs- licTheaU'e, which hy the way held a arge and dtmonsUalivo uiidience, one ivii impressed the all-round ex- cellence of the company. Througlioul Ihe three'; one or illghl cxciplions, ihe work ot the compam was executed with ma- chine-like smoothness. liss Flhel Hell a clever young ladv. with an aUracllvc stage pres- ence am' soprano voice of ap- peihng sang and danced her into the staccs of her au- dienci, imile an agreeable Yvonne as did also Miss .Ics- Stoner in part of Lulu. The housekeeper Catharine, was very deltlv hindUd bj Miss Marie Horgan, comedienne of marked anility, and a highU striking slagc presence Miss, Ilorgan put over a spccialtv in the second act which was i scicam Mr Waller Callctt, aa un- usually capahic comedian of natural conicdi gift0 captured Ihe admira- tion of .the audience hy the refined nd satisfactory character of his work droll part of Theophilus. Ml C itlcll funny in many ways. Ills facial his dry humor pnncfcualcd occasionally with Ihe- ir- resistibly amusing phrase "Im sur- prised ind the grotesque use of his pedal extremities, kept the house feverish' merriment. Mr. Callett is young and his ability should carry him to grpilcr heights. Mr. Bert in ITi'e role of Edward Sherrj acieci Tuiii fine abandon, and tang vith-.excellent effect. Mr. Hurt Phoenix was very successful as husband. The le- mainin? memheiS lol the, cast filled Iheir put nilh njich acceptance. The Plar mil be rtpealed this evening Forty Five Mlnutet' from ,Broadway" One of the reasons for the popu- larity of all the Geo. jr. Cohan's plays Is -that Georsie underslands so thor- oughly evep department of the tlreat- rlcil buBiness he IB probably one of the most unique figures among the. today When was rehearsing George Washiugton, one of his productions, he was ap- proached bj an English critic, who had been watching the rehearsal. 'JMy f) lend said 'the critic, "who urote all this catchy! I replied Cohan, rlndeed qaid critic, "and who .wpote all the Myself sud Cohan' "Quite i emai the critic, and %ho supplied -the story and the dialogue' J did, slid Cohan, quite modestly. 'Well who mil play! the leadilng part' My gistsr incl said Cbllan Well evclnlmed the-cYitic, in fin- BLACK KNIGHT SfOVE POLISH Hostile "Black Knight" conic !o your home him show you the quick and easy to shine the stoves. Knight" lakes all Hie hard work dirty wort oul of stove polishing. It's n so there is no watery mixture to he prepared. Just few with cloth or brtlill brings a mirror-like thii "you can Mcyonr Afld tile lasts! meild "Ulack Kniffht" folinh. If your dEllsr wpply l I r. r. UMTRB. t. It "T Majestic MMM NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25th Ceo. M. Cohan's Greatest Musicial Comedy "45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY" With a Star Cast and the Famouf BLUE RIBBON CHORUS Prices and 50c. MAJESTIC THEATRE Phone W. B: SHERMAN, Mgr. Two Thursday and Friday, Oct. 26th and 27th WILLIAM K. .R Anna Day A CAST or 20 PRODUCTION In Paul Ketter't Dramatization of Charlei Mtjor'i Romance of Chivalry. KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER" The Play that will live forever in the heart! ant minds o' the eubllc al desperation: "Who paints the scen- ery, you don't do that, do replied Georgia, quite meek- ly, "my papa paints it." The same is true ot all the Cohan lilays, and the finished product has been one that no one has been able to imitate. "Forty-Five Minutes .from Broad- way" was lite first 'and greatest hit, and was what made his name a sy- nonym for .succ'ass. There are more song hits and catchy music in. "forty-Five Minutes rom Broadway" than in any half doz- en musical comedies in-recent years. Whin Knighthood Was in Flower" At the Majestic Theatre on Thurs- day and Friday tfial welcome ro- mantic play, "When .Knighthood Was in will be presented, with lascinating Anna Day in the blellar role" of Mary Tudor. The .captivating play the ros'al love of. mutinous Mary I'udor for the dashing captain ol the king's guards, and its tempestuous and adventurous course, has been one ol the most successful dramatizations of a novel ever niade It embodies the elements of which one, never lires and its popularity today seems to be even greater than in former years. This Is Miss Day's third season as Major's charming and her appearance last season was regarded as one of the roost "enjoy- able events of the year., Unusual care has been exercised in the selec- tion of Miss Day's supporting com- pany which is declared to be one of the best organizations touring the country at present, white no expense hw been spared In fitting the pro.-, duction with a most elaborate scenic ind electrical equipment. At the Eureka A program extraordinary was pre- sented to the p.trons of the Eureka NORDIC A MYRON W. WHITNEY; BASSO. ROMAYNE PIANIST. Majestic Theatre, Oct. 28 ON SALE AT ind W EVERY.SEAT RESERVED MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. PHONE CM, TO-NIGHT MADAME SHERRY Performahce Prices 91.SO, Gallery 5Oc to heuid her, la thing'to be regretted in after-years. Madam at her concert in this Myrow W. Whitney, the eminent American has so, and Romaynie Simmons, pianist There mil be only sli coeceiti given in Western Canada, city may last nisht. Mother's Scarf'hy lndeea congratulate itself on the Biograph people, was a beautiful o{ subject, showing the life of two bro- thers, who left for the fortunes of the west, aftrt for a letter.from then- year, they receive mother, saying she sent them a parcel The boys are delighted to find two scarfs, made by their mother. While rejoicing the one: a letter of Ms mother's death A Com- pany outfit passing by is attacked by Indians, the boys go to the rescue, and Hnd only one survivor, a young girl who they lake care ot as a sin- ter As time goes on the youngej brother falls hi' love with the girl. The older brother seeing this, and be- ing jealous of the girl, takes his scarf and bids them good-bye forever. ".Tim the -Mule Boy" is another interesting picture showing the dangers of the coal miners, and showing a terrible explosion which encases Ihe mule boy aml the little son of the owner ot the mine. After several hard dnya work- in- they ore rescued from their ter- rible suffering and the mule hoy is rewarded for his great care of -the lit- tle son. "Capt. Baracho Chnpcrone" is u Si-eat comedy and :i laugh from start to finish. In all it is a beautiful program, and should not he missed by anyone. Nordica Concert ".Many shall knock, bill few slia'il 'sounds like u scriptural quo- tation; it fnct, it must be, hocunse it wan the expression of a clerical look- ing gentleman accompanied by two ladles wlten told -that there were no seats left for the Nordica concert nt Lincoln, Nebraska. I And if the present sale of tickets for the Diva's appearance here on Sat- urday next is any indication to 30 by, liiei'a will be hundreds of disappointed people, as the house wifi be sold onl many days before Nordica's arrival. Tlic people ot this community are jirat beginning to realize that to have bad an opportunity of hearing the world's draniitic lop'rana, and mil CHANGES AT KINGSTON Kingston, Oct .meeting of the Hoard of Governors ot the Kingston school ot mining, Hon Wm. Hurty resigned his (wsjlion as" ckau man, and D M Mclntyrc, K, C, was appointed m his stead- Dean Dupuis, was elected a governor In place of G. M MacDonnell, K C, GERMANS DEMAND TARIFF REDUCTION Berlin, Oct 23 a l attendance of; ics of State In the Reichstag today in expectation of the Chancellor's regies t to questions regarding the greatly in- creased coet of the iieceasitteu of Hfe r This will become an. m the coming tleettons The are. mak- ing terrific onslaughts on the'tariffs affecting the coat ot food and mg the free imporutiou of American MADAME NORDICA AT HOME ;