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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Beptrmber THE LETirimiDGE DAILY HERALD fc SHERMAN THEATRE Two Nights Sept 10 The Frank Rich Co. E. .1 CHORUS ntirely I ATCHY MUSIO XT iLASSY WARDROBE COMEDIANS Pricei 25c and 50c All seats reterved Now on tale at box office TEN CENTS SINGLE The Empress UOM. FORT 25 c. FOR THREE MONDAY AND .TUESDAY THE SPECIAL TIVO-RBKL, KB.VTUUB "THE FINAL JUDGMENT" A Great Ptoto Play, Thrilling ar.il Sensational by Essanay "THE PENALTIES OF REPUTATION" Featuring William Ilumvbrty and Dorothy Kelly. A Dram of Surpassing Matincet 2 to 5-15 OTHER QOOD ONES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT "THE END OF THE QUEST" Evening 7tolM5 Orange Blossoms and Forget- me-nots Decorate Table-- Friend Wife Toasted New York, September around a table, which was decor- ated with orange blossoms and forget. mo-notB, tiie seven surviving mem- bers of the- Alimony Club ol the Lud I low Strt-et Jill yesterday afternoon i held a Jolly dinner. The affair was j given by Hurry Pacey to celebrate his forty-fifth birthday. Mr. Pacey Recent Depredations Call for Reprisal According to Recog- nized' Precedent Ixjcdba, Sept: 7 taxpayers are worried 'over tho project tbat precedent and prestige may demand unolha.- war against the Mad Mullah la Eoii'ialltaud. Just adjourned the country was' dUturlK-d by newa of of tbe old IL In jail because he declinwl lo Mrt. Hacey (15 a week alimony. He familiar Two liio-isauS o: SHERMAN THEATRE To-night A Standard of Quality A Standard Price Coming Wednesday and Thursday The Frank Rich Co. (Western) An Entirely New Company is ilie laiost member of the club, which already bas more tLan. a Bcore of members, but of these only seveu are now in Jail, fn ifeu of y reaiiliartC'jE to friend wife. It occurred tj Mr. J'accy a feiv days ago that aa ho wouli be forty-five years oW on Sunday he cele- Lrale by glvtag a dinner to the other members ol the cJub. As it could be done for only a few weeks ol caved he ifEuert Invitaiioua lo Ms j in ba-Stlle, and to Sheriff Harburgcr. Just as tho guests pat dowu yesterday afternoon a tele- gram of regrets arrtved Irom Use Sheriff, who was cut of IJie city, and found ft impossible to return in time for the festivities. The dtuner, wbEch was held (n the main dining room, was supplied by a neighboring caterer, and was of the most elaborate ever served in the Jail. There were neat Iktle menu cards for the occasion. These "ere decorated ivilli lovers' knots abdcupld NURSE MASSEUSE MANiCUniST' "Connaught Beauty Parlors" Under (he personal direction of Mrs. A. H. Allen, late of Vancouver, B.C. Phone 1613 CONNAUGHT MANSIONS Suite Eight WINNIPEG EXPECTS TO WIN DECISION Nelson, B. C.. Sept. TviUi a long sfcel rod at a which on one uf the poles ot Winnipeg, .Man., Sept. a forma! decision was not forthcoming electric current trunk {n the caso in which tho city of St. line, Peter McF.adirea missed .the itiutrrel, hit' lire with Ihes pole and fell to the ground der.'J; at Sii- ver Kmg mine iiear'Xelsoii. He leavts power Mullah's Irlbssrrien'aurrounded a Brtt. Ish camel'company of .150 natives, with threo BittlEb oincers, at a oiia hundred miles from Uertere. TUe little force soushl to defend It- self lira, zariba or fenced tauip against superior numbers. "The Maxim jam- are the aign'flcant arid tsconlc words in the official report to headiiuarters. Capt.' CorfleM and 50 men were killed, Cai-l. Sutmcera was spTlO'Jsly wounded, and tte cominautl fell to a hoy lieutenant named Dacn. Capt. Archer, at Burao, heard of tile ambush. At the heau of twenty men he forced his tc> the rescue and successful In bringing In tho re- mains of Uio camel corps, with twenty- three of tha wounded, hack to the coast. The corps lost In killed one British, olflcer'and fifty Battvi-E wear- Ing'.British uniforms, ar.d according to all tradition .this calls for punish- "nent Of Britain's in many To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day 'His Brother A little better than the bett Don't it "Do It Now" A comedy full of giggles "Troubled Waters" Powerful Rex full of surprise! Who's Who in Lethbridge at target practice, with arrow pierced J parts of th'e glolie none have been more costly in liTes and mor.ey, and none more fruitless, than thoso enact- ed against the dreary desert ground of SoffliHIand. A raid by the Mullah, a punitive expedition, a battle, tbe hdarts in abundance. The menu as follous: Consomme Romeo and Juliet Filet de Sole Sunflsh -a-Uh dressing. My Wife's Salad Chocolate Kisses. Tooisle Candy Hoast Squab. Roast Laiub. Roast Heart. Cigars. The gutsts Sweet Potatoes, Cottage Cheese. Cake. Colfec, In evening appeared Winnltre from relatives E. I. at Webs lets' Klnu GtORGE IS restrain the city of peddling: light aud conQaea of the first named municdpality, Cie Ex-public utiltties commtssionfir Intitnatud that Winnipeg city had Just as much rlgH ns any private corporation to.go Into Dervishes scatterirje. then the UNKIND TO MAVJD b'.iainess outside its own limits London, Georgo has adding that the two cities ]iad better refuEpd to allow tho Norway set together on rales. Tuts Is to let Applcton house to an Irreproach. gardcd at-the local city halt as a vwy able tenant. The house, which Is on considerable victory, aa It opens ihs the Sandrlngliam given to door to sale of surplus city power I o her by King Edward for life, but if she private persons of muni- dM not requjre it for her personal uso cipallUes. It wag to bo returned to the owner of SandringTiam, now King'George. The GERMANS ARE' DERISIVE King now hot only refuses lo allow Ilerlin, Sept Bryan's ter to accept a tenant but declined plan to work a vaudtivillo circuit has her offer to sell him her rights for ovokod much derision th-lhe German press. clothes, Mr. Pacey acting as loast- niasier made a few rebaarks on the "Adventvires of Cupid." Tbe others responded lo such toasts as Uct- tcT "Whom God Hath Join> "Love's Labor ''To'Havo nrd to "Love Finds a and "lAve Laughs at Except the Sheriffs." Tim speakers were unanimous in pressing regret that the dinner was a "slag" affaJr, but: tho .voiced that at fot.e (utur when the party, met re would he ladies present. It wasj explained that to the stringent regulations the dining room gucEts from the outside could not be admit- ted ol.' oaAday. At the close of what wag voted to have boea Iho moat successful social ffair ever held by the Alimony Club, U wns urged that the birthdays Da more frcq-.sent. It was also informally decided all members observe their -Vv'edding anniversaries in a lirtn manner, and the date upon'which tho married life was terminated" Before the gay pany ended the din- ers arose and drank a toast lo "Our Absent closing the festivities whole futile: prograame over ago'n. This was the cycle of events for twcoty-flve years .after the British landed on the coast. Finally the tax- payers and the army became dSsguat- v.-ith tbe game, end tbe Liberal parly 1n-1910 adopted the 'policy of as the" Imperialists bitter ly called IL "Tliey the troops Into tInyr-coaEt garrisons and gave Jlohamrnea bln-AbdulIah to un- dOTEtcnd tbat It would he Uands p.ll round. This latest however, may force a change ti I.OL Don't Read This .Le'.hbridge photo 'ana who wish to miss seeing the greatest human Inter- est dramap ever olfcreil at Starland should not read this notice. Those wide-awake people who like' to giin a little Information regard So 5 this great two-reel will do well to read a short syiiopsU of "The Tangled or "In Fear o! the which. Is to be offered for the first time in Lcthbrldge tomorrow at Slarlsrtd. Miss Theliy, a desiening woman who weaves web about boy when lie is Btill In college; causes falm to be expelled, lures lilbi away from his mother's Influence, and laiw, when he wants to cast her off she shoots herself, and; tbe sbot merely grating her temple, she accuses him ot at- tempting her life, and he is sent to prison. EHcaping from Jail he meets and marries a good girl, to whom he never tells the Btory of his past life. Leone meets him again and recog- nizes him. She schemes to get him Into her power again by threatening to tell his wife what he has been. She meets Ruth and accuses him be- fore her. Hut he tells the girl the truth, and she in her hus- band. Leone works herself up into a frenzy and notifies the police, tut be- fore she can fulfill her object" an at-, tack of heart failure seizes her, and realizing Ifant she i3 vsry near death, tho good that is in the worst o[ us comes to the fore, and she writes her confession, vindicating the young man n the eyes of the world. To-day Quicksands' Two reel feature of romance and adventure reason Great Britain ii.y. Tut cuiy holds Somali- is that kind of underwear the kind that cannol sng or lose it3 shape. Every suit bearing llic .famous Iri- angufar trademark is actually knjt lo with exacting care 'to fit types of men, women and children. No. 05 natur.nl wool garrnrnl T land la hecauae !t could be used as a base of operations against the British coaling station at Aden, across tha. Red Sea. Aden la of prime Importan- ce as protecting the southern ap- proach to the SUEZ Canal, tha vital ink in the route to India. Posses- sion In tliii case moans protection, and the reason for strategic protec- tion cannot he ignored. by singing Fellow." "For She's a Jolly Good GERMANY ARMY MANOEUVERS Urcslau, Germany. annual manoeuvres of tbe Gfefmnn army opened up today In tho presence of Emperor William ivho was acting as the supreme umpire; King Con- stantino and tbe Crown Frince of Greece, King Frederick August, of Snxony and the chiefs of the general Blaffs of the armies of Germany, Austria, Italy ami the Argentine. Two army corps arc engaged. A BEAUTIFUL 8ABY S. Newton, Ihe youthful winner of the grand prize at the ex- baby His home it in Montreif, COWLEY Cowley, Sept. D. McKiror e'.ii-ncii from her home In Saskatche- wan on EcpL 2nd. Er. r.Ed Mrs, fiaunders motored from Pincher Creek, and spent a very visit as pleats of Mr. and .Mrs. Kean. they Falls. motored to Mr.' and Mrs. Swltt arc rejoicing over a new son -who arrived at their home on August 24th. Miss Ida Latin, of Blalrmwo !R spending a week's vacation with her mother, Mrs. G. The U.F.A., Cowler local union no. 10i3, Tvlil hold their apml-moninly auc- lion sate on Saturday, September 13th, This sale has aroused considerable In tcrest tfcronpjiout the district and all irdTcatlons tbint to it "oeitig a hummer A fine list 13 ready and there are more to come. MIES Alk-e Ilouthlllier left on Mon- dciy, Septembor 1st for Pincher Creek where she Inlcnrts taking up her slmJ- Ics in the convent. Mr. Harolrl Kstcrbrook had the mla- fortnno of iinrilng hand which has turned to blood poison, and now under the doctor's care, Air. McKar, accountant of the Union hank here left on Soplcmher 2nd for Vancouver, In Cowley Mr. Mclvay made many friends aoJ we all Join in wlfiliine him the best o? luck In h's new ficM. The Rich Co. (Western) A clever, capable company of art- stes are appearing at Ihe Sherman Theatre on" Wednesday and Thursday. The offering on Wednesday will be 'Wedding a musical extrava- ganza, replete with catchy myslv: .and dancing. The chorus consists" of four- teen pretty girls, ail of whom arc tal- ented In the llae ot work allotted to the principals are known from coast to const as entertainers of high merit. The prices have been made distinct- ly popular, namely 25 and aO cents, and from the various reiwrts received by Manager Wilson he commends with confidence tho J.TCS entail on of Frank Rich as one calculated to please the most fastidious." The public of Le-thbrldgc have come to rely on Manager word on aV and are much disappointed If the shows .presented are not up to especlatloa. in this Instance the per- formances given will compare more than favorably with any ever given at the prices. The Latest Weekly The Best See Fatty !n A Keystone Comedy W> fl O e GUILTY OF MANSLAUOHTER London, Sept. a Bijou Theatre The popular nijou ftltcd last nleit to capacity an enthusiastic audience, pleasure bent, CertMalv no one disappointed. "Ills ttie heaailncr, was all It could be, and more. "Troubled Waters'1 was a splendid drama, and the comedy, "Do It was immense.' "Who's Who In aroused great Interest and curiosity, which was duly satisfied wren tlia of a populHr young man nas projected on llic screen. The Winnipeg Business Men's trip lo the coast will bo clearly shown via animated picture Friday and Satur- day, as will fxird Ifaldnnu'fl arrival In New YOI'K city, At the Sherman The public are, perhaps, tho beet Judges of what constitutes good eater, l.itnmenl, and'as general nite aru one of the best western features ever exhibited. Tills will be showi for the aBt time, tonight for and Thursday musical comedy win reign, arid manager Wilson guarantees an ex cellent evening to all lovers of tbts class o{ amusement- The price is wltiln the reach of all, namely, 25 and 50 cents. All seats reserved, end are now on sale aL Uie box office. 'Phone Thrilling Auto Races Being tho subject of local Interest- to western Canada, contain- over one thousand feet first- class photography, the Winnipeg auto races come to Blarland. on Wednes- day, September 17 and Thursday, tie Stb.. RS the greatest ar.d most inter- motion picture production ever produced for western people. West- era Canada bas great'cause to remem- ber tleeo for a long time to corao for three of the motorists now lie battling with death in trie Winni- peg hospital, owlns to accidents oc- curring during tho races. Tbe unfortunate victims ot thwe races are clearly seen In these pic- J lures, Ben Davis, injured when hla ar TrrecSed; Billy Powers, who lost control of his machine and dashed in- to the fenco, and Jimmy whose car turned turtle on him. These wonderful motion pictures were taken from a racing car going: at racing speed, and ia without a doubt a picture that every man, wormn and child ot western Canada should take the opportunity of seeing. VS. At the Empreit Tbe special two-reel feature "The Final Judgment" is .a very powerful drama ot cold and dr'eary Alas'na, fin- ishing In New York. The story, of very human Interest, tells of the love of two nien for one woman. The plot i3 well Tvorfced out, Is full of intensely thrilling aud sensational Incidents', and tho great fire scene is one of tba most realistic ever projected. It is a picture that-should not be missed.- Tho staging and acting in "The Pen- allies ot Reputation" are artistic, graceful and convincing. It is filled with bits ot real life, and is sure to please all who like a picture that ap- peals to their Intelligence, eg well as their fcoltaga. The film "Glimpses of Provence" de- picts ;omo beautiful vlewi, the atyla of the magnificently imposing ancient buildings, bringing prominently .to mind Ihe hlstorlo.edlflces of tho tern' pies, etc., of the old Roman days. The comedy, "The Internal tells In the most comical of 1000 feet of the most inter- esting motion' produced in Canada' very outspoken In their criticism. In way lfl, brothtrhood. test catering to the masBca the great pro- iCTaHr of the newly-elected. It la blom Olfllcult of solution In tho am- usement world la lo jileaso oToryonfj, joyed a wrcam tai vu ;eyH. Dewart.K.0. will enter ature as tho representative of ot tie liberal ridings it ths' next general election, for the purpose of assisting ths THE PHYSICIAN Perhspl If lit childreDj xnd tbe "growa-ups" too, tie the right 'qu ami tin tic right toings, H the proper ticna, uxl in cvtrf other jirf obeyed tte ruta of hcillh, rt.frt no in tlx tad 10 need of inedicrne. tire ud DCTtf Will, H III every ftmilf then tn nrc tt M mm or frequent ttttcU of Mi Ui Dr. Mori.'i Udiu They Invigorate cleinK the body of wute ind inpwUoi, die bowcb, ihl ThM Dr. t fOOt nre itit comnxin lilrocnrt tai keep dn Tmily tWy km doing for orer Salf part of tW r- I5c. it ill deJen frm Wj Co., ;