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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta MAJESTIC THEATRE TQ-NIGHT BILLY "SINGLE" CLIFFORD PRESENTS HIMSELF IN 'The Girl, the Man and the Game' A Merry Musical Stimpede, Bubbling Over With Mirth and Mlleiiy An A Uovj- of Dainty Divinities Dancb, und Uollsht the Eye .PRICES 76c and 50c. ISPECIAU 120 SEATS 26c..: To-day" and I jTo-mpriw ALL STAR FEATURE PROGRAMME "A Conspiracy Against the King" RANK: REBELufoN ROYALLY REPULSED MAGNIFICENT DRAMATIC the Night" 'Here's a picture which we sabotit.1 It's slrri- ply great. 'Getting the Money' A Delightfully, Bewitching- ly Fascinating Comedy. ,i 'Pottersof the Nile' A swell- .Educational and Scenic Production. ies' Errol Miss 'The cute little Starland girl singing "Come Back to Erin" STABLAND ORCHESTRA Special Features at Starland _Maiiy splendid features are to bo found on the new vuwkead program at SHrlanoV and the TV hole one of the most varied und "versatile Eoeft liere for some time The Tanner attraction. Is a startling mystery, story nj the celebrated Essani> company entttted Out of the Night a iroduc lion conceded bj critics to to a real dramatic gem The theme is decided lj original and the scenic and cos tnniic estiture gorgeous A num ber of other fma features arc to be Been oil die program alid "Wi h. I ss Agnes: Errol. -.Sta'riand's sweet-volce-d soprana Back to-Elfin' the 'entertainment leaves littl-a' to be desired in the matter of g od whole Enine enjoyment; Attractive Play Attire Majestic '.'The Girl, -the -Man, and .the played at the Majestic last night appealed in every way 10 the audience, and it is no 'emp.ty {lattery to say that the company, headed by j "Billy" Hilly came the expecta- tions announced by the advance no- tices. The play kept well within the lines of a musical and as such, furnished one round ,of.'fun and-laugh- ter. The incessant demand-lor en- cores, to which a-generous response, testified -to. the iappre- ciation of individual and forts. Not the least 'he items on the program ..was the rioi.k game (if baseball indulged in by and..''lthc .GirUep.V Tins aroused genuine, enthusiasm, and- the fans present could hardly trupprcgs their Billy "Single" Clifford, by his dis- tinctive personality, added'greatly lb the success" of the-entertainment. In song, dance and patter, in li'.s own inimitable ho'Won lar favor, -and the did not have too n.uch .of him. He was i'hly seconded by the. leading-, lady, --If-its Mae Collins, who, as..Dorothy, ;proved the witch she {.was'billed to :bc. Lively, as 'a crich'ut, she perambulated tlie stage, in her song "Hands up, if'you love it was.a. case of iuoth ip amongst a buuch of the gildo-J of Lethbridge, who occupied some, of the front rows. Edward C. Clifford, ,-w-ith his fine baritone.1 'made ;a clccidcd hit in ''Bring back my Bonnie'to and, if the audience.had its .would: have held the boards for the-remain- der, Miss Marie Yt'Et- ter, with her pleasing voice, made huseli A erj acceptable pirticularl} m l Kose of Killarnej Then there uas bntle plajed hv Jack Iramer a fun and liumor all ms own, which ciught hib audience and set them t with laughter Bud Braman, ib Di Jlerrv, went through his part m good style. The ladies .ol the -chorus'wore sprighth and alert, and with tuneful and damt} costumes Jtept the ball of :fuh and .-entertainment ever, on ,tho .roll, To-see his company, is to appreciate them, and for this i ir pose there will be special prices night, ranging from Jl 50, with I'D seats at 25 cents: Cliftotd means to visit, Lethbridge again, TGIFFORD PINCHOT A prominent figure at the Roosevelt frrtd-one of the itaunchest supporters' PROFESSOR HILL'S VIEW OF LIFE FIND AS SWEAT- ING .SEAMSTRESS London, Sept. Leonard Hill, of-Leonard .Hospital, on the, subject "Caged, Daughters of the said "They are the flotsam and cast the tide in .which.all 'oth- ers struggle for existence. Their lives i are no less monotonous tlian: Hie swcatecl seamstress, they become fill- ed with vapors and seek excitement playing with fire. "It seems to me-that the world Is conducted as if ten persons Were on an island, and that while five sought the necessities of food, built' shelters and fires ami made clothes of skins, the other Ve strung necklaces of made loin dothes of butterfly with knuckle hones, drew comic pJc-j turcs in the sandror-carved frighten-] ing demons out oi clay and sorheguil-, cd from the first five the larger ahan to their wealth. COURTESY THE ONLY RELATION COLONIES HAVE NO VOICE IN' EMPIRE ,t Postmaster-Gen eral Samuels real i paper before the British Association lor the advance mcnt of! science at Dundee: today- xipon I federal government ni tin. course of I which he said there was reason for holding that tie constitution of tie United Kingdom was over and should properlj develop in a fed eral direction The constitution of the Butish Umpire he added "was "learly under centralized Tht, organs winch sene equalh all parts oi the Empire arc the momrch) the judicial com I in it tec of the Council and the Imperial Defence develop into t inother clnnncl but the populaliou I of the outlung p-irts of the Linpire 1 have no formal share in. its 1 eigntj TUFERE are two smart and snappy styles in 3 button Sack Suits for fall wear. They emphasize Fit-Reform's posi- tion as the leader of the Canadian world of fashion. Men who want something extra good in style and value, should see the new fall styles in Fit-Reform Suits. McKELVIE McGUIRE. BROKERS INSURE AGAINST LOSS BIG RUSHr-FOR PROTECTION AG- A1NST RESULTS OF PRES1 DENTIAL ELECTION London, Sept. under- writers are now 'decidedly of the op- inion.that election is almost certain. Judged 'by premi- ums, his chance is 85 per cent. As a matter of the election of "Wilson is considered so probable that the high rate now demanded io cover the risk in his case is practically pro- hibitive, and it now is hardly worth anyone's while to take out policies on bis chances, even as a speculative ven- ture. The application for insurance, chief- ly on behalf of London and American stock brokers, "who consider they will be affected by the result of the con- test, appear greater than on any pre- vious occasion. BUSINESS Ottawa. is a record year on the raiiway. The and net receipts promise bo tho largest in the history of the road. The former amounts to over ,1 million a month, both passenger and freight departments doing a heavy -business. In the last fortnight the rolling stock has been increased by nin-eteeii new GOVERNOR WAGES REFORM CRUSADE WEf.T Of pREOON IS TRY- JNff TO -CLEAN UP PORT- Portland, Kept. West announced thin afternoon that he will proceed against the so-called "loan sharks" as soon as he lias disposed ol the several cases affecting saloon and brewery interests. The governor said he had not yet determined upon his nrethod of procedure, hut that the loan agents would come up for nt- tention when his saloon campaign was running smoothly (iovernor- West's campaign against vice in Portland was tonight made the occasion of .a rousing mass meet- ing in the Gypsy Smith auditorium, several thousand persons gathering to' hear Uiu governor's exposition of tin-' causes which led him to take up Mio ciulgrl against the social evil in Mii; and in some of the smaller .towns. Mass Meeting Fl Governor'West1 delivered stirring 'address which frequently was'inter- 'ruplcd by applause. The governor slated that his campaign was torccd upon him by the failure of the regu- larly constituted peace officers to ui laws against all forms of the: Asocial evil. He stated that he had I begun, and that he would up the fight until not only; jvas Portland cleaned up, but until piany of the smaller towns in the interior 'of the'state and in the tc 'valley ha-1 shown mirked improve merit. :in their social condition. 'No Mercy to "Blind Pigs' "Blind piggers" will he shown no governor is determined to break up .the traffic and has under- ground agencies at work ferreting out this .form of law violation, but -will .not disclose the particulars until raids have been made and alleged vio- lators of the laws .affecting, the lirjUor traffic taken into custody The governor also will 'turn. Siis at- tention to the social dufcs which on- derate bars and buficts in dry' tcrri- itpry. This lilt some of th" .West powerful fraternal and secret so- cieties in.the state. Nor will'the campaign st-op.r. here, for the governor Ms going after tht, courts cspecMlh those couits which hear 'drmiK cases and from derisions ippeals 1m; e been carried tu "Mf 'La is book 'of views of Lcthbiidgo, wants all the motlieis of the'oily to lot him take a photo oi their babies. )Ho will ghe you i. A Photo of Your Baby FREE foi youi Uouble in bringing it to his studio He will also give a ol CASH for the Finest Looking Baby .Between the ages of 3 and 18 months. Eveiy mothci should respond to this oftei. JBmig youi child to Mr. La Feitz Studio, 410 5th Street South Above the Lethbiidge Real Estate Maiket, Between the hours of 10 and 4 on Monday ngxt TO DISCUSS THE ORIGIN OF LIFE LEARNED.MEN.TH1NK ARTIFICIAL PRdDUCTIONfOF'LIFE COM- POUND PROBABLE{ London, Sept. joint discussion between chemists and biologists on UKJ subject of "origin of life" has been arranged as a result of the epoch making address President Bcbaefer, of the British Association for 'the ad- vancement of science, before the con- gress now In "session at Dundee, -Scot-1 laud. The of Edinburgh profes aor's j'aensaUonal utterances have stir red them all up, Everyoae, aihstj :the si'tuatlon recalling iortouB duel 'between Huxley and Wll- berforce and Lord Beaconsfield s sub sequent comment of the ansda Sir Raj LanKester the famous ?oo- tjie higher court In connection vith this feiture of the activities 100 or cises POV, on the circuit cmnt docket legist announced todaj that he Is on on appcil have teen issigriLd to j the other side saving The public Judge V I Ct inlcnr-eun bo 'delve into them forthwith, and do until the slate is clran should refrain from The evolution .of the. synthetic human -b LLOYD GEORGE TO VISIT AMERICA WILL CROSS..POND AS SOON AS h HIS MANY DUTIES WILL PERMIT London Sept G deputation of Welfal Americans are promoting "ah" International Eisteddfod, at Pitts- burg jeir called on David of the Exchequer, vestenlay, and invited-him >to attend. They assured him ol the warmest wel- come. Tli-e 'Chancellor replied that it was Impossible, owing to his parliamentary a HIPS to icreyt an invitation.for the Fourtli of July, hut if there were any possibility of fixing a..more -conven- ient date he would take the matter under consideration. said that .nothing would give him greater pleas- ure than to talk in the Welsh tongue to his fcllow-ccuiitrymen'in America Chancellor added that, he bad received many invitataons.. of lafrft years to visit the United he had been too busy to accept... H-a intended, however, to .avail himself of the first opportunity to go 'there. CLOTHES TORN INTO RIBBONS ing Is a billio'ri years lii front' of us I should repeat honeier that the artificial production of life com- is extremely, probable, though 'by no -m-eans certain. Sir1 Oliver 3 Lodge, of Birmingham University, said: "I have already-sug- gested' living material: obtained In the laboratory" some rday. Arcr deacon Sinclair also on the Bids !bf "There is nothing disconcerting in the view-that the -demarcation between animate and inanimate .matter as difficult, to llali. Bishop Dean of Manchester taking an opposite It seems great though Its achieve- ments have been, has stood and still stands'baffled, at the door 'of'.craatioii nothing in Scbaefer's-ad- dress which ought to excite the. slight- est opposition or uneasiness'in'.the mind of any Christian. MILK. BITER. Milk River, Sept. said saw It a few days ago when tender vines, as potatoes, tomatoes and. cucumbers as well as blackened in shelt- ered spots. Wher-3 any wind blew over there-was-a protection. None of the grains were injured. But it has had its effect and a drizzling rain is fulling this Tuesday. No doubt some of the late sown fields of oats and (lax will yet be caught with 'frost, but ther.e miist be a limit. We must re- member that we have a short growing the privilege of the whole of that. J season. We notice too, that they