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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta October 27, 1.9.11. THF JDOE. DAILY HERALD pi i p H A Mylish rail Uvercoats Our Showing is Very Attractive and Contain Models to Suite The Taste of Every Looker Some men will like the short c6at, some the longer, but no matter which style you choose you can rest as- sured that it will be right in Fit, Style and Tailoring. Don't buy a cheap coat, it won't pay, but come here and buy a Good Overcoat at a fair price. Men's New Fall Overcoats in Tweeds, Ulster's any Style Collar and Men's Blue and Black Cloth Overcoats 3-4 lengths Heavy Beaver cloth Overcoats, fur lined, with Persian Collar 50 inch length. Price o A alul MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by riDILIO) Heavy Beaver cloth Overcoats, MarmM German Otter or Persian Collar. Prices Rat Lined Overcoats, Persian' Lamb Our Range of; Coat Sweaters was Otter Trimmed. Prices never more complete, tq or -u Men Raccoon Black Bear Fur Coats, 75c to to Fleece Lined Uhdeiwear, 50c to4l.25 ents for the Geo. A Slater Invictus Shoes for Men Me The Leading Clothiers uire laid down a precedent by ed after the comfort of the delegates Knighthood In Flower' A Satisfactory Performance Those familiar wltli the plot c Charles .Major's remantic story coul lot Jail lo have INCH favorably im irusKeil with Hie performance givcii j by a very capaiile company last even at tho Majestic Theatre before a large and delighted audience. Tin 'play has already been outlined ii these columns. The company on tilt whole was well cast. Miss Anna Day an. emotional actress of engaging stage presence in the exacting role o Mary Tudor, realized the possibilities, iof that character in highly success- jfiil way. Miss Day, although hurry- ing her lines) somewhat reminding one of Mrs. Kisfeo, gave a seizing por- trayal of a part by no means easj of .interpretation. Reed M. Clarke made a capital Charles Ilrandon. R Sherwood, as Sir Edward and Henry jKnapp, as Dauphin of France, both played with distinction. George R. Matison's sonorous voice helped him in the part of Henry the Eighth. Mr. however, might, with ad- vantage, he less vehement, 1 recog- nize Henry was a.., fiery monarch, but not as had as Mr. Malison plays him. However, you did well, nevertheless, Henry. One had almost forgotten to commend that talented young actress, Miss Rosemary Scully, for her grace- ful delineation of Lady Jane Boiling- brook. The play .was as already stat- ed, a success.- The scenic inrestiircs of the piece were well contrived. I 'Nordfca Arrives Today Mine. Lillian" Nordica, who gives a concert tomorrow night at the Majes- tic, will reach Lethbridge today in her private car. Nordica comes from a series of triumphs. Her spring lour- of thirty concerts was one con- tinuous ovation, arid :eacu concert given, with but two exceptions, creat- ed a high water mark for attendance, receipts and enthusiasm. In Pitts- inirg the receipts broke all records for .six years; in Washington, D. C., me national capital ;urned out the (recqrd bouse of the season, packed to the limit the law allowed. Whether this overwehlralng enthusiasm for our greatest American singer is to national pride, her great artistry, or the reports of her superb vocal cotfdi-; tion ,is a question; possibly it is i caused by a combination of all j out the fact remains that at present the public does not seem "to be able 10 get enough of Nordica. Myron W. Whitney, basso, and "Komayne Simmon's, pianist, win as- sist the diva at her forthcoming re- cltal. The sale of seats is now open at Jlochon's. The Juven'le Bostonlant j The'-annual engagement of the ,Tuv- en.ie Bostonians in tins city will com- mence next Monday at the Majestic. The offering will be that delightful treat "The Rose of Blan- with a cast, including. Miss Kos? Henry, Miss Doris Ganfield, Mire Dixie White, Miss Thorn I-Iel'Am, Miss Kate Neil, Miss Etbei Stoddard, Miss Kuby Westering, and Miss Daisy Hen- NORDICA MYRON W. WHITNEY, BASSO. ROMAYNE PIANIST. Majestic Theatre, Oct. 28 ON SALE AT >nd It EVERY SEAT RESERVED MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phon. John Cosgrove and Bert Lang present the Famous Juvenile Bostonians 3 Nights commencing MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 With a special Thanksgiving Matinee at 2.30 Monday Monday Matinee and Night The Rose ofBlandeen Tuesday, "The Ransom Wednesday, "TheDream Girl" Prices, Evening, 75c, gallery 50c Monday Matinee, 50c, Children 25c -WE HAVE SECURED A GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAMME- Behind The Times A drama simple in them eand convincing in preachment The Sentinal Asleep A story o( military production. GAUMONT GRAPHIC Showing wJiat. the .world is doing day by day. SPECIAL MATINEE Foe to Richilieii Three Cull reels colored. Mines May Commence Work Early Next Week (Continued from Front Pago.) Besides tbsse six mines tliore are three others being developed across riveir which wttl eventually'be'ar, 'jarite as those already in use, so 'that within the next year the. daily output coal from the "Leuibridge .district will close to tons. In the coal mines in the PASS, work may be begun at any minute, the min- 5 being-very anxiyus to get back- work. -During the :ii have been drawing strike benefits Work, While You Sleep Sails, Calomel and Cathartic pills are act on bowels pepper acts in noitrlls Tnke a Cascaret tonight ami thor- oughly demise your Liver, Stomach IK! Bowels, and you will surely feel crcat by morning. You men and women who have headache, coated .tongue, sleep, arc bilious, nervous and bothered with' a sick, gassy disordered atomach, or have backache feel all out. yo.u keeping clean inside with to one hundred thousand dollars. While this was sufficient during the summer months, the miners will a'il be glad to have regular pay cheque to rlepfcnd upon during the winter. The total number of men who will resume work in the district affected '-by the strike will be close to SOOtf.'' One Feature of the strike which has been "freeb' commented upon since il began, was the absence of anything In the nature of vfolunce on the part of this .great body of men. The men believed that were in the right ana and that by taking the proper course they would get redress without which the courts may guided. Steel Shares Fell Jjondon, Oct. in the Anvsrican market assembled earlier than usual this morning owing to the action of the United States govern- ment in bringing suit for dissolution of the United States Steel Corporation, and, all constituent or subsidiary com- panies. St.eol 'shares opened nomin- ally at 59 and soon fell to 57 and tlien to 54 1-2 or 5 SH points below par. The amount of strength stocVf changing hands, however, was small as compared with the big decline and Uiei-3 was not much excitement. Er- ne movements were followed by" resorting to the methods-which so of-1 near covering bid to-5fi at ten', characterize strikes of this na- ture. To Lethbridge the seUlem strike means the doubling 01 roll, and to Western Canada ,It means in end to the coal.famine which has the provinces ail ouminer..-.--" Files Suit to Dissolve U.S.Steel which figure buyers were found. At i I. o'clock however, the market was (Continued from Front Pafce.) ient of the jvery unsot'iied and continental advices if the pay eagerly awaited. No dealings in American railways Had yet occurred as holders here were rather frightened at the govern- ment's action but the principal offer- ings appear to have been cabled Over: night from' Wall street. American railway later dropped from ,1-2 to I 1-2 in sympathy with stocks, Init the market hardened fractionally around noon, when in tlio absence of further selling Steel was quoted nti 1-1 tire Corporation would fight the gov- Ciiacarets or merely forcing a pasii- yuit. Preparations cvident- every few flays with; salts, nithortic pills or castor .This is important. Cttscnrots Immediately cleanse and sulate the stomach, remove the aour, ...Kllgesled and fermenting food and foul take the excess bile from liver and carry off the decomposed matter and poison from the in- i stines and bowels. Itcmcmbcr, a C awe a rot tonight will you out by morning. A 10- box from your druggist means r, (r heart and cheerfulness for iitlis. Uont forget the children. ly were made in anticipation of such litigation such as yesterday's decis- ion to abandon the Groat Northern ore lenses and I lift reduction of ore freight rates, together with Cor- poration announcement of Us posi-- rys a bright singing1 chorus of young girls sixteen years of age. All the parts are taken by young girls, there being no men in sight, they being relegated to tho manager- ial and mechanical end. Girls have tne greatest facility for adapting tnemselves to .ill mann'ar of parts and bo it a. boy part or an eccentric1 as-special -representatives of .their old man, Jhese talented girls can al- respective roads; P. L. Naismith, gen-; ways give a faithful portrayal to the eral manager of the A. R. and I.; the part. Besides it adds to the piquancy Club and thc Pike's Club of tho performance. of Colorado Springs, for thoir hospi- tality in entertaining the guests from Sirs. B. Lang continues as director of the famous organization which she this McLelland, organist' organized eight years ago. The girls of the Tabteniacle, Salt Lake City, for navg excellent voices and are be- bis kindnes in giving an orgau recital to bo clever actresses. The for the visitors, and to Quarter Master management has added to this hand- .las .Scroggic of the 79th Cameron ;some costunites, beautiful scenery and Highlanders, Winnipeg, Cor lending suits for the Kilties Band free of charge. Statements of the finances 'of the Hoard will be sent out shortly, and it was decided to ask the city council tor the .remaining fifteen hundred dollars of.the grant.. Borden Will Not Fulfil Promise some vivid electrical effects. As this is tho only engagement for tills season, peopte should get their scats early, the sale opening at Ho- ch on's. Two for One Concert "We want Nordica. Our citizens will give any reasonable guarantee." This is the telegram that Frederic Khipman, manager for Madam Nor- dica, received from Nelson, B. C., im- mediately after the Spokane papers announced {.he Diva's coming to that city. When Mr. Shipman visited Nel- son and saw the limited seating ca- pacity of the theatre, he remarked (Continued from Front i satisfactory solution.of tho A. 'G. con.li act- .Air. Silt on had re-j that it would require the theatre fused (o act'ept, any .settlement what-'twice filled lo'make up the necessary except Ihr one which hail plung- 'guarantee. The committee in charge fd the province into litigation and took this remark seriously, with the ruinous expense, preventing tiio result that within twenty-four hours twice selling Steel was nimted atj .tlle house was-Bold out twice or above the lowest. W ror the one concert Wet inform 33 on was extended to fifteen _ He ellough to tho Lethbridge in the Eye Mr. ors UttM lo lhe of All IKcmmis, for by so rioins tlicy would flret of program, and to scat not only upholii Mr. MMicner's pint- tne ,lcw andloncc. per seat wae (Continued from From lion after the meeting of the directors pMnientlng him and Conductor Mor-: tucncy. __, I bill they would awaken till! charged for ench part of tho pro- T tgovcrnnient lo a sense of Ms posi- gram. Many were xvflling to pay .'------i (ion, nnd to the needs of tile consti- and retain the same swat for both jparlH of thc concert. on Sepl. 2i; was teviuence of who hnnd'ied the service so ably 'I'lie meclinii ended witli tlie usual' This concert with relay audiences, Though tho litigation may run llu on tho trip; Mr. JIcHaiiBhey und other chtcrs for tlir King; and candidate, [is entirely unlcille In the realm of course, liowever, it te believed that joilldals of the G. N. Mr, liugg.'of j--------------------------- jconcertdom, and goes to the tho case wHl bo speedily dcclilcil. Dtirllnston Hallway, and Arthur Joseph Hollard, aged 26, rccontly of determination. What thc The reason is that tire Supremo' H. Ayers, of the and R. for thc Stralhroy, was electrocuted in Do- Westerner wants, he wants, and In Court decision In the Standard Oil manner In which they look-1troll. this instance Neltou wanted Xordlca. The Week-end at Star-land Thc management oi the people's fa- vorite theatre arc presenting the week-end a program which is bound to please its many patrons, who arc always certain p[ seping only the in motion pictures. The big feature item on the bill is the drama entitled, "Behind the a pleasing story with a moral that teaches us to hold fast'to the things that have proven good. This picture is brim full of interest and contains some oC the most touching and dra- matic scenes ever depicted ou can- vas. "The Sentinel is an historical drama, a story of. Napol- eon, who extended clemency to one of iiis soldiers on picket duty on account of his sweetheart, A film which will !tc of interest to all js the Gaumont, graphic, showing what thc world is doing day by day, including thc fol- 'Jng events Royal Dublin Show, the Lord Lieutenant attends in state, East end cripples enjoy a hap- )y day's outing in Epping Forest, Kirk with some of her charges, [Jurst Park races, Shcwsbury floral iele, Canadian Artillery competing 'or the King's cup with'a '1.7 gun at Shoehuryness, and many others. Big naliuee Saturday for ladies and chil- dren. JUST RECEIVED! .And now there's no reason why you can't have a Vic- trola in YOUR home.. have instruments to suit every pocketbook, to.fSoQ. Easy terms if desired. nsontV Dominion Blk. COL. SAM COMING WEST Ottawa, Oct. Sam Hughes; minister of militia, will come west snortly on an inspection trip of the various military districts throughout the wear. WIDOW OF CANON PATTERSON DEAD Windsor, Oct. ,T. W. terson, aged Tfi, widow of the late Uanon Patterson, once prominent la the London diocese, died thjg morning at tiie home of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Uattcrsby, in WaterrlHe. Her nusbjind was roclor of St. .Tamei church, Stratford, and later canon V St. Paul's cathedraT; of London. AGED MAN FALLS DEAD Uellcrillo, Oct. Hosie. of the oldest residents of Sidney township, fell yesterday. Ho was in his eighty-first year, was born n Sidney township, and lived all his life. A New Laxative best known to modern medicine (lit; activt principle w H much better (tan ordlntry physics. rfmyigMy they nenr frlpt, purge or ctuse nausea, kud nerer lou their Tf'T'HrfMfT OH ltk> bHI Jf NA-DRU-CO line. lie. km. If your Orufftai hu not iwclixl tfwtn, nti m J ;