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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LKTIIBRIDGK DAILY IIJRKALD Pago 3 Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows HalEowell Conceit Ctmpany In presenting tho iiallowell Concert ''oinpajiy 10 the public at thy Empr 'might, Ihe Order ot Mouse wish lo -imcunce that this orchestra on with the fines l concert com- each Individual bejng it school; w.iislciaij, of whom part, pi thvix graduates of sorau .ihe best isualcal schools of tho east, and have ihivcd Ui some of the lineal bauds and of lhe United States, which lnjos tbeni iii u position to render ths ,-Vil ol mush-. Confirm this by seeing itiJ lira ring for yourself.' Standard characteristic and de t LVC. music, popular and standard so- _ r-ciious. Pine solos, played by artists, Something to please jth; Only Genuine Quo Vadls Pictures j ronmnce and tragedy len.Itd into 0110 awe inspiring and cmcmMc Sit George Klelne's yhoto drama reproduction of Henry juFliy celebrated story. :o which wtll be jirescn JxM Eil for thc lirsl time on uilriy ut thc ivitJi vs every day fcr Tills tin- inosl Cw York TO RELIEVE BHEOMATISM the body-waste producing uric add must be gradually arrested and the blood purified. Correct diet is essential Abstain from tea and anything 'containing alcohol; eat meat only once a' day and take SCOTTS EMULSION after every meal.' SCOTT'S EMULSION makes new blood free from the poisonous products which irritate the joints and muscles; its medicinal force relieves the joints; and more, SCOTTS EMULSION stimulates the forces'to expel the poisonous acids by its con- centrated nourishing properties. Phyticiant everywhere prescribe Scott'i Emulsion for rhcumatitm. EVBtY DRUGGIST HAS IT. leads NOSTRILS A31) HEAD STUFFY A COLD CATAUKin My Cleansing, Healing Instant- ly Clears Nose, Head and Stops nasty Catarrhai Discharges. Dull Headache Goes. Try "Elj's Cream Uaini." small Lottie anyway, just to try a little lit thu nostrils snd instantly your clogged nose and rj j Gcopped-up air passages of lhe Head dissolves by the heat of Uie nostrils; penetrates lle and lieals thi lamed, the Frank HI i e. For ECOIMS misyuhuJc, such misery now! Get the stnall liberality, tliejliotUc of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any iKs iiivis iif-ViT lucn and appeal to y commiiiijty.' entertain ir.struct at the sarso time anj ac- store. sweet, fragrant balm L'ont' lya awake tonight struggling for breath, with head sniffed; nostrits closed with pnnto .Ma.ua closed, bawkiiig and Cat- arrh or a cold, "nrith its running nose, foul IQUEOUS dropping Into Uic Ihroat, and raw dryueas Is distressing but tmly needless. Put your faith-----Just "Ely's Cream Ralm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. p.T-.r! the nppep.rancc of tho Saviour to era all shown ivflli wonderful of love for tlio C'jirlstian maid Lygia is related j fidelity nnci Use com-j truth of detail and form a spectacle s-j stupendous no one can afford to The btsl talent, of the Italian stage vnion I'lclurp cf his friend t'ctzoti-! was J1ECd in thc bull dins of the pic- Rrsnl patsloa for his mre and the acting of these players is nothing sbort of marvellous. One Eunice, it fjiithfully shown. flii of lhe tnrly Clirlstian yrt. Hie vain and' cruel temperament' ailj [eels thai he is living among the fcls iniud, dark with Us single pur- Over burn and brae, moorland and upland, he and tbe bill- folk, starling In the beds.1 hear Jiis pipes in passing. "The Rose of Allen Thci-e is a menace, and s fierce, melancholy loveliness In the wailing song, In a remote hunter's lodge ol forgets ue is looking at a photo drama gyle. Mary, his wife, sits soriowfulljr Urn vr'cherl tyrnut Xern and his which, were so gmphfcally '.vn -by Hie author are Illustrated on screen uilh commendable veracity ind cvtn those who have never read lit1 book .canComprehend tho whole "tor., frcrii the tliet the mind to wonder aml'inaha flic ilcoi surge rapidly around tile heart iro pictoriaiized with amazing-truth. "nd pladiaior combats.' the chariot v.cci, Uic burning of llotne, thc dc- oiirinsr of lhe Christians by the lions. lie marvellous feasts of Xe.ro, the coniueat of the wild.bull by kc- giant slave Crstis, the gathering f lho CiiriatEaiiB in lhe catacombo People anil scenes he is looking ;it. All scats reserved. A Highfencf Romance at Filled, with the atmosphere ot Bon- nie Scotland, and telling a fascinating love story brimming v.-JUi life and ac- tion. "A Highland Romance'' Is lifilnR offered as the hcadliucr of an nil-tea- turfi programme at Starland today. Tne following. is -a short synopsis of this great 'twcweel feature: Ucserled by UIs wife, who has I out avtr -the hills. Three months n prisoner In Hot place, it the Majestic Tiioatre last night, it may be said thai it held Us sr'l the audience, as much as the ivca story dees on its readers. to tho dfstinctlve features In their re- spective casts. "The on the whole1, was a play that not only commended Itself in its plot, but in thu living force, which-was given It "Be Boy Scouts 3-ia-Or.e is the old tellable Boy Always put a bottle in your kill Thae are scores of wayj you'd need it when you "hie." 3-ic-One is the original bicycle oil Lubricates, cleans, polishes, peredi j-out rHe or gya n paktl coooiucs. 3-b-Oce c-1 prumei trd keepi pliable txJlgttnfj. Caodlocbue ttllr, loo. Kwoi golf ilkks clean tid And lUiesl ieel icd cU. 3-ia-Ore oHi pekctjy lolla ot ice tooli. g you ci aay toy wai'j la Gel a bottle, they turned their to the brow of the hill, darkening in ihe aiiJ began the ascent. f "What Happened to Mary" Misery plays a remarkable 'part tn the pleasures of life. The basis of nearly all gocd.-rolHcfclng plays Is the trouble In' which the characters find themselves in their consequent misery There would oe little to laugh at In a play In which the people were not in trouble. On the other hand, audiences like occasionally to have their troubles pear so real as to almost become a part of their own experiences. It is that they cease to laugh and cry instead. As .1 production H wouhl be impos- sible to 'excel that of ''What Haippen- cJ- to Mary." The is all ne'iv, tlie electrical and mechanical cffepls heing iiovel and something of an innovation for travelling orgauiza- tricked to the Uuke of Glengylc, McDonald -gets out to seek Lie man be has marked for death. He had never been the Dyfce's intention to j Ttie receive her at the Castle. Cod forgive wilh tnc greatest of car- and in- her! what a cruel wrong she had t Mau" Cooling, done .McDonaia-and their baby. Charlotte Crawford, Lillian Allen, Jean Bbould ehe Bland-it any longer? She Pal'iquin; Laurence Evart, Geo. rises, staggers lo the tlocr. listening. Tlmmons, Dean Raymond. Edwin May- "The Kose pf Allctjrtale" is drasring! McDonld, in bittet reverie, was playing, he felt something uear g and Louis Egan. for only, StTi. Seats now on sale Mary standing, wild-eyed In" de- lirium. Her Ireast heaved, then with bis heart breaking, he stretched out his arms lo her: "Mniy.i-it's no' you I'm me is Fate la no avert- way to She saw. ihe inflexible Wherever Daintiness and Good Taste prevail in; Chocolates is Neiison's. 1 here's a prevailing air of refinement anJ superiority associated with n package Ncilson's that raises it high above the level ordinary CKocoIafes. AnJ the charm Js not only manifest in thc appearance of the dainty white and gold there ia' an exciusivencss in thc exquisite creations found in each package of Ncilson's Chocolates, Tlie Ncilson quality unrivalled. The L idlest anil, purest of Chocolate, and (lie lucious fruits and rare mils of five continents are embodied in ihe delicious Chocolates you ever in the most up fo dafe anJ nioaf chocolate factory in (lie world, him softly- stirring. He looked.up and at aT3d Allln'a firuS-Book slore- Speclil .Week-End the .The chief Item'In the week-end pramcne at this photo-playhouse- is a. drama of surpassing Sntereet, in two icels, entitled "Fathtr and Son, or the Curee of lhe Golden Land." SaUmem leaves his wife and son in Russia, anrt becoming wealthy, forgets and then to'enable him tn marrj- the daughter of a rich manufacturer, obtains a divorce aod changes hla name at the wip.h of his new falhcr- in-l2.ir. Meantime, his wife comes to America, but owing to this change of name cannot find him. She Is reduc- ed to fxtre'me poverty, and finally she and (he boy obtain employment, at a large clothing factory. The manag- ing partuer, the father, wanting a mes- senger to carry a present of floir to his proposed bride, calls for tho boy, not knowing he Is his son. This discovers in course.' of conversa- tion, and all ends happily. This ia a story'full of that touch of human na- lurc that makea-the whole world Wn. The acting ia of the very best, and many of thc tcenes are actual plu graphs taken in the sweat shops of New York, and the management co dcntly recommends it to Ihelr patrons as well worth seeing1. "The Senorita's Repentance Is splendid tale of the west, in which lov.e playa with life, and Is full of the test features of western plays. Gaumont's great will also be exhibited, whilst the comedy 'depart- ment will he of our usuil high stan- dard. "Baby's New Pin" and "Ueatlng Mother To II" are warranted mill "Our patrons will please nole tfcal conae'incncc of the grand concert by the IJallawoll Concert Co.j In connec- tion wiib trie Loyal Order of Mcoso, there will be no pictures on screen tonight, only tbe usual matinee. Sst- urdayT of course, will be ns usual. OTItag Monday and (he Lnbin mafiter piece, "Alter Many Trials." THE CHOCOLATES THAT ARE DIFFERENT" .Sold by leading Druggists and Confectioners everywhere, William Neilsou Limitud, Toronto.' D A ZZL ING BA R GAINS AT OUR Gigantic Reduction Sale Avail yourself of this wonderful opportunity while the goods last and you will smile with sat- isfaction through out the season for the handsome savings you will have accomplish- ed. We have heaps of over- coats and suits of the latest styles, also tremendous quantities of dandy footwear that must go> at any price. Tl Harly and- get the best Read the Following and Act at Once QUEBEC JUDGES AFTER MOKE PAY Qircher, Oct. has tern a sccrsl meeting of thc district judges at. the court hotisS lifrc lliis ivreV lo prepare a petition to the Icderal government asking belter rt- muncMlinn for flit members ol the. tench. Thc jfdws want thc'r salary raised from lo. S9.000, l the judges from the rural iriets deraanil lhal Iheir salaries tin Increased from J5.00D lo with ilic right to reside in IJuelce If.lhey wish to do so. The petition will lie forwarcird (o minister, cl justlfc before the tnd ot The actual cost rif living Is'the rrason advanced fjj-. the bench to uoholJ tbcic demands. FOR LADIES WINTER UNDERWEAR of merit. 4 Qe liegiilar 50c for.............. FliLT BOOTS of genuinenicril. C1 AC Hcgiilar -ja.50 ALL LEATHER SHOES style AQ Regular French CI AQ 3Sc ;SHIRTS of fin, Cloth, Hcg. for SHEPHEUD PLAID WAISTS Hcgnlnr for............ '.CHILDREN'S WOOLEN COMHIN- lor......... ..CHILDREN'S WOOLLEN VKSTS Kcfj. oOcfor.................. CHILDREN'S FALL DRESSES ftir.............. 39c FOR MEN DANDY. OVERCOATS, vitli stylish Re- versible collar. Regular BOYS'. OVERCOATS with standard for lylish He- Regular versiblc Collar. ?7.SO for BOYS' SUITS of nice brown Iwccd, reg. for...... MEN'S HEAVY PIT BOOTS of proven strength. Hcgnlar Oft for...................... SUNDAY BOOTS thai assure comfort, i-cg. for CHILDREN'S "ELK" BOOTS ?i.25 for............. MEN'S FLEECE LINED WORKING SHIKTS.-Kegular MEN'S BLACK SOX with liberal mending Regular 25c per'pair i for N. B. Car Fare refunded Buyers from South Side on purchases over One Dollar Alberta Trading Company Wholesale and Retail Merchants Lethbridge ;