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Edmonton Bulletin 1912-09-01 - 1912-12-31
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Edmonton Bulletin 1912-09-01 - 1912-12-31
MONDAY MO; J SATUfcDAY MORNING .KHMrt-jq r EDMOKTON DAILY BULLETIN- 1 J 1- I - ' La- I ' r MBER 21, 1912. paob nvl and Lily Langtry, Rose of Panama' and j Father and the Boys for Holiday Week Little Talks Of The Theatre Mr. Sli.-rii.uti hui *turl*-tl uU agRlnat (ho C. P. u. tor I2.6VU tor the loss ht- sustatni'd. 1 *+rn. s I AUY M VC11KTI1 Tho lui.at Htory about Robert B. Muntell Is that lu* wsnls to plsy Lady W. B. Sherman Tells of His -r *nrt -etii .' -nn Mani.u i ro- for Saskatchewan a fcl KSSu w gt; r W Alberta, ABOUT A JINX THAT CAUGHT A ROMANCEM Chapine, Dainty Star With Rose of Panama/' Learned More Slang: Than English. THIS WAS A JlNW INUKED, Au ports ot troot have leen tukliiK *4A Uomancc. of the Underworld. which la at the Empire tht- .r loday. Tin. trouble culminated In Calgary*. wiivn the company had to ivnuiln fdlo laat Monday ulKht bwauut- a wholo car load of ncenory had mono natray nomewhere between Calgary au4 Van- couver. j Bill Sherman blame th** whole trouble ou- thc Oreen Kpom Club of Calgary. You know, down lit tht. southern city thoy havo to huve :i ciub that will tell you In advance whether or not to ko to a certain show. Th* people there are not yet sutllcl- entiy well uoqualnlod-tt4t*h the theatre, ono Would Imagine. However* the Oreen Room club ftewba out bulletins every now and then. r*a*L Krlday they sent one out dealing with A lUiinaiiee of the Un* derworld. Jujrt thing wiuit Bill Kit llko when he saw thla bulletin, lt was Issued on Krlday. the 13th, Who num* b 13 and had just l'J lines In It. Horrors* and aKaln Ju rora. So no wamlf r. thought Mr. Sherman, ilmt a whole cur of f lt;cenory was lost. Alao, Yw manager1 and several others lost U- lr tempers. . And now Lyceum Theatre - Ul mon ion*. I'opular playhouw * a * l*h-un- is i.;. Jajtpcr Ave* j TONIGHT AND ALL THIS, W EK i8idntf.J - Wil jficeiSiful gt;' farce i. BILLY ' - * ' -i.* **' lt;- - oi ' ,l:* ' (The Best One Yet) . ?..i ceiitly: Have I any ambition to *ratiry low? torn; my mnbltlon U to play tho part of Lttiy Macl gt;eth. Tluit U MM only woman1* part In Bhakespeure that Id care to play. It In essentially a masculine role. Maude Adams plays tlio part of a rooster, and Sarah Uern- hardt plays Hamhtt a-T wiiy can't I play I dy -Macbeth?* Next Week's Attractions I-lty I tiiK(ry uui Vaudc- np N .III.-; Tlio Rom* at l.nu tiM Ij gt;-tnuu - atlicr aud U * Bonk*1 VAUDEVILLE 4 gt;r Ren t-E at-Us Got 'Us Host Closo Out Entire Clothing and Shoe Stock.in 30 Dayi. Sale Now Going CHAPINE AND S1.ANG. Id an lnl *r -.uw a short time ago. ' huplne. prima donna of The Hose of I'nnamn. which will hv lho * - traction at tho Kmplre theatre for three day*, next week, was asked If sho didn't pick up quite a lot of slang when she was .corning the Sngllsh ) f ace. Thut is Just what X did, replied Chapine. Ono cannot help It where almost everyone speak), slung. Aftor I had learned It I was horrified lo Hnd that I had been accepting the Inngunge of the street for pure English and had heen displaying rer lg- noraiA-e upon the most undesirable occasions. ttfMtM. Vt tv-imsl Popal r., ycpu . Vwlm+m**. KfrillflBs; 2Sc* 33c. SOe, aid Srnt. Mmlnrrn, Children* I5e. AdalU 24c. Xext Urrkl Father and the Boys/' mery vaudeville Hke * liood ake.oh ena irttiiutions and relW la e poclally -me r ;1 tbo l Uy l-tiinxtry uat** next week art ihe wllh the OrphffUm v pluvK'i was adapt* Sardou j gt;lay known erM by araham li SIIKIOIAN*8 BIO PU NS- That w. B- Sherman has large Ideas an to what he proposes to do In the theatrical line In the western provinces, Is indicated If all la truth In the following story, whlrh appeared In tho Calory AJbertan ont* day this weak:-- ' Theatres, located In all the principal towns and cities of Alberta and Saskatchewan, every one named thv Sherman theatre, and -everyone tire- proof, with larj lt;t modern ata est,and everyone the last word in theatre architecture, and worth tn the aggre- gate upwards of S2f500,00ft will he Ci nlrolkM. from tht? Calfmry office of W. B, Sherman, westerti Canada's theatrical magnate- during the year 1913. H la thi- Intention of Sherman's enterprises to have oiie of the finest circuttp on the American continent. said Iflr. ShrrnMwi on Monday. Every theatre on the circuit will be fireproof and .piodern in v ery respect, and they will all be bukU- m -thai -eventually they may becoi conae tj- ng links ln one of tho largest theat- r l ai cutt tu 5 the American con- tktnt.T ' -ir 1 /'Though Mr. ShcrnVftn refusedsto say what he meant by the teist some- ed that he left for*. New yor ;/to attend the annual meeting off-Jpie Sm ol AlLinh Jic.is.a. director, and. Ui-oL J/ visit *tn Mc *Vm4-*'mi T 4meOTi* *Ca- uad tun theatrical circuit, contVolie*** from Walgary. which will make eJeq tli* most Waso theatrical manager, la the United State* doff his chap to W B. Sherman ns the real th Tluti portion ktutto-Mfl ti tv-MuLng with1 ptvnty of com akel- h WhlCh the flrM hnlf Kuiplrt I Ilea shows. The cd IriMii u, I.wii nm 'A Wttom 11111. Thin playlet has a distinctly Trench Pavo rp flev fcyptag in moM rwiiarkoblo manner to a struttg and IL.--IV. ihoutrh logical tinirtu Mm l-crngtry. with a beauty which Lime seems not to have linpalrod. Is at her very be-at, and la aupported by a company o* people of real merit in a hlstrfonlc wuy. Mra. l unxtry la not the only act on the bill, huwevur. for there is plenty of ainuaemom of all klnda tn satisfy the most fa rtiUlou* theatregoer. l olo a le-your-old sSlou* Indian girl, prettento a mln.l-iM ulin gt;; net th.*i h 3 b en the sensation or tha ra for thp low *w . ymOFOm Thv settings fpr this act are In keeping wiih thr nicfcil churacieriatk'a erf .llu* lirinciual. Tho ail. If wich k mity he termed, oi Lolo, is called a sixth peps*. There wm i . ull -nonncr of cxplunHttnns of the work done by thin IrU ffMoh Is to My t)ie least, mystifying, gt; -h RoXy Ui Rocrni makes imtlOAy u tlir han gt;, swinging qulokly gt; pleaa- antly* from cUnsio aim to * the rnosi recent M*:;:nir. The harp ba Itoccsa uses has a Mot gt;ry as Interesting us It Is wi*K-loned. lt;icnv e W. Barry and Maude Wol- ford aro song Writers of merit who present one uf . udmillc'if hausjplert mixtures In 15 mlnutea. It ts known W;'(At The Song Booth.'1 and the 'fntcst 'ri(ta composed by tho duo Introduced In Vhis ot. ., WorklliiU: l a gt;::4i ;t ik Wh T arrc*4tts with InternaHoifcil roputa* tlons for tfprinfflng something tiew lh- l l word in u lt; gt;velty aaiio-nE with a corking finish, i. i Pi-w*m i r lt;m i *-wpn *w* gt;i a* -r *a - A**?.* . ..VUl Kltt..was?.-.-4 iU ol a.ii-o4.i . dlstlnctivy line o- patter -h Jt make l+S* m-*rm*mt-t*.'wri**a yrUtTirrtrr t ti' LYONS 277 JASPER EAST. An Openlnc Nltfht, ls the lait-st sketch from lho ien ot lU-onte V. ll* gt;- hart, hoso okcti-h., Moln Ucbchvn ws* seen here t-Cently; with Otis We* InberE In lho -Isadins role. The latest sketch Is announciMi tor an Orphtunv engagement soon. The Jlupert Hushes turec. Miss 3lS, comes soon wiih Jessie i-U l ry ln Sh* l Us ml-.-. 13-lby Bell will dUpnrl for 30 weeks on the Orpheum circuit won le- lt Hupp, ned ln ToveKin. Fifth Street West South Side Vh - v vulu.-rt will doulilo on eouipl-tic-u of High LeT liridge- ThU will be* R 100 11. tre t when th ? city i *n* ar com- plrted. AH tho proposwd belt lines for the onth arid w t uro luitl out on thi* str *ot. You Can Buy Now at Residential Prices 4 lot*. Hlock tS9j Fifth St W t; IViuo 51*5,000 6000 cush. b la -0- G and 1 montha. Double C-h-er, Block : gt;, Parkdale, 132 ft. on Fifth x 77 feet; 1550 eaah, bal. 6 and 12 months; I'rico 3300 We havo exchwivo tfaltlng 0 ibOVe for one wovk.. Prieea will be ndvanccd nl en l of Unit time. Mount-field Graves 71 McDOUGALL AVENUE. PHONE 4104 * : l . *,- t- ' r- mi a lJiec eaiX-i nianaKcr. -r V* The taihous Edmonton HIJACK DIAMOND .**- : COAL Phone 5486 THE GREAT WEST COAL CO., LTD 108 Rice Street (Bellamy Block) ** .. Lot 16, Block 110, New (Jlenpra; cash ' 6000 7 roomed fully modern house on Athabasca Ave., between 14th and 15th Streets; 9.Q0t) agh, or ,J .. , 10,000 Terms. Will guarantee 100 per month renfT 1 nero hlouks for imbdivii.ion puruosoa. Windsor Realty Co, 572 FIRST STREET. PHONE 4654 One Of The Prettiest Homes In * Beautiful Garneau * ir and faciilg the Riv..,*: hulf hlorV Tr---**. . fnivrsity fironmb. On full size, lovely, highlot. All modern convert- fauces; only thn-r short blocks froft car line; well built and beautifully finished. House of Six largo, l.ii rln Rooms, Saniu.ry Bath, full basement. Perfect Hardwood Floors, Splendid Neighborhood. Brand New never been occupied. JThe.. Inst home of this class obtainable this year will -advance in value one* to-two thousand on completion of the High Level I-ridge. 'r * f . ;.. 251 JASPEE WEj3t.. - - -i - l--i-r ai-pwir. f lt; E OF PANAMA ork, u John Corf* productlnn of Bf*rte's Vleflnes* . lt;iper gt;ttt*. Thv R of 3 arlama, will '-be. thn at'racil-ni-t Iho Empire thci lro XSecomhvr- 2Gt t and 2S, with Tho compu-to wpfl ih'.of cosii'mci* and b-fttttiful cen-ry thfti .w-* Impren-rsed tho large audlenc ga ' It patronn.:- durlns ' , iV- moot-at gt;al'y'**ir'h alr , NftwHI season. v . Chapine. the llttlo Fronchwomat*, who captured I-otv Tork In *. *l* iS* nlEl*t, will bo heard in the prima donna role of J--In t . wliilt* many olben* of the metropolitan company hav* been retained tor this lour. Helnrlch Berte' -mualc la perhaps, th*. principal feature t the opera X'' ' core cpntaln* mart: .than t-wenty- really bl ;h cIaas-numb* -- --Oi V.are reminiscent of Tho Pink Lady. Tho Chocolate Soldier and The Morry Widow. but sutflclenUy removed to absolve the compooer from plagiarism. Amontr the beat rouaical numbers in the opera will be found When Your Fortune Has Flown/' Tlp-a-Tap. Make a Night Of It. Love's Fond Dream. * **abel.n and Romero. ou Cannot Blame Me for My Spanlsa Blood. Tb* Hay of Love. Cupids Flirtation, and Oplle Girl of Pana- rrtn gt; PersonaffltTvice. '*-'- r u x ., . .* .** 'HbNE 403 uv Lot M Two Today in . .: it* gt; I * '. * *- . M ' * est leasure i Jj ; . The story is IaIU In a Cwtal .v 'irl**fl rr Hil gt;H* -vhou- l*n gt;J.I lt;tratP Ilvirr tit? VmU more, U -Liixlotui to jurrciider his Job mid tmnsrir *to il sr old Pariw Ht Iuk, how- over, become so popular that .be In main- lulued In olBrc aRalnst hl v*UL When s uvolull.m bmik* OMI h hal-n It with 4tt- Qglit, for hs swti a ptnn to escupa- tin* en res of ottice hy hsvluff lhe rrlt li. vi* v i-crlous. To tills cnJ hi triim.to niU ttwiu. but Is slwuys frnMratcd hy his lofttl sap* iH-rit-rs. Tho pn-iniOor to lhe pn- Mi-ni y Is 6iie Cmmtcrrm. who wouM rrally ruthrr tlo ariy-Thlng i-i*..* hut fl ht. Tlie r iu;i:i' Involve lies prlncli olty in fbo c lt;.urt hlp f*f Msrefl Arnttito, otKt s cow hoy** and ln-n lt;hitd u fjvorltt: t gt;f iht* iU'-Mi-ui .e gt;*e you a 1.. Hard Sand Beaches P Vancouver Islan I, British Columbia ve an Ideal Climate- -l to -'m j i to2t: or Col.i Magnificent the Open Pacific Beating on Your'Front Yard-Sulphur Baths- No Mosquitoes or other Pests Modern Improvements Ss jp-to-date Resort. MRS. LANGTRY (Lady de Bathe) in THE TEST, A-lHj.tv.l by (.ruhain Mill from Sanlott s Play ' A Wife's Peril The Sioux Indian Mystic, LOLO In Startling Exhibition of Mental Suggestion. George W. BARRY WOLFOBD Maude Atthe.Soiig Booth.'' ROXY: LA' OCA- Royalty s WORK AND PLAY American Aeroimi'u: Cuine iv .. . GORDON BROTHERS Singing and Dancing. LEWIS OTONE The Original Topsy Turvy Dancer. STAGELAND GOSSIP Tho -Mirror Uo-icc l tho l a H Parisian terpalchoi-oan fad. Mile. Amcm conifui ov*r tho* orpheum circuit with It in a few .* .;.... Quorao f*bnn, who haa bevn playing: Tre Sign of the Una* on tho i-- glllmato circuit for several months. bring* tho samo Idea in the form uf a one-act aketch on tho Orpheum time. Mr. Beban haa made the character of tho poor Italian lintniKrant world-famous .Thomaa A. Wise, ot The Gentleman of MlwU-alppl fame, will be Been here .-illy ua lhe headllner on the or- pheum projeram In a condensed ver- m * -. -i- - *- Don*t fail to call today and get the details get the facts first and then think it over see the photographs of thia great . property learn about the plan of development find out abonl the offer of 10.0(M) for the ln*st. nunie. Uritish Oolorabiana ore just awaking to the realization that, among other big things, Vancouver Island possesses the very finest natural pleasure respVt in Canada, seleeied by exp-ens ufter a careful exaiuin- ation of the possibilities of the entire western eouniry. This property s simply aeai- eveq in ite roEfgh state, and -wiih ihe PXicufMve improveint-nla to br undertaken, .it- wilt.be-devekiped rapidly into ono of the gnai si resorts of America. HARD SAND BEACHES AND SULPHUR SPRINGS are outstanding featurea of this property. There are aome nine miles of these beaches, wide and long, of pure white sand, firm and resilient, perfect for sand bathing, for games, even for automohiling; quite equal, saya those who have seen both, to the famous hard sands of lY-lin Beach. Florida. Tlie sulphur Springs re natural, and. r-e.-ntly. entirely new springs havo A directly behind the hotel site. These springs wifl be fully Utilized: for bat In and spa. Th** development planned by the company owning and controlling this report include a modto*. hotel, steel stairway, board walk. .;. pleasure pier, bench baths of the newn t type, and a sanitarium. Ijots now lK ihg offered are all approximate quarter aires and all havt gt; full beach rights, with ni-ScnczU p lt; l tn''' on each to erect a reasonable bungalow or cottage. THE PRICES ARE NOW MINIMUM 50 TO 150, ON THE EASIEST OP TERMS EVERY PURCHASER TRIES FOR THE 10,000 OFFERED FOR THE BEST NAME. The remarkable eeutrnlity of this property, the ease with Which it can be reached by means of accent, now being 1 from Victoria. Viiinimiwr. Seattle, Portland, Tacoma imTN-e-v.-ii San -T -i *CO, will insure ita popularity 1 among th** people of those eities once its charm is known. To the people ni tin- Middle West it will be a veritable Godsend. AS AN INVESTMENT THIS HAS FEW EQUALS Matinee Daily. 2:..0; 2i gt;e. 35c, 50c; Evening, 8:10; 25c, 50c, 7i gt;r, 1.00 All Seats Res?rv.* lt;r*t gt;m*-AVx 'k in Advance. ator. Blanche WaUh In announctKl for on early engagernt-nt on tho Urphoum circuit In a thrUUn k**toh of plou and Intrlicuea in Ruwtta. The akotch in known as Th** Countou Nailint*. mnd wiu written by Jovopb A. Golden, Sidney Ayres. who played hero recently with th Orpheum thowa. In A .Call for U gt;e Wild, haa offered 1,000 to any Oakland, California author who can write a good vaudovill.- jketeh f r him. . i LEO. SAVARD Edmonton, Alta. 136 JASPER AVE. WEST, P.O. BOX 1603. AGENT PHONE 2131. t M0NK,1 0NTEITH CO. Ltd. Members Victoria Real Estate Exchange, Cor. Broughton and Oovernment St., Victoria, B.C. Oeneral Sales Agent*. ' CUT COUPON AND MAIL lfl
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