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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta iday, xViipist 8, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Feet Tired" So Tired ? Tlx MAKE8 �IOK FEET WELL NO MATTER WHAT AiLS THEM nd at ono� for fr�e trial pack-......  "g* SPEEO TOO GREAT OR CAROSTON IS NOW BUSY D Many Going Insane Through Auto and Other Speed Crazes TEZ itcitii at once and wELkeg tJred, aching, swollen f��t re-majksblr fresh atid eore proof. R"b a remedy, you know, for #TenrthinK that gete tlie mat-tar with your foot. It's for �or� feet and for sweaty, bad-^melltnc; fsot, aiid tor coroa, oal-ItHRS and bunions, too. "B'or 7�an I have been tronb-led\wtUi aore axicl tender feet: auflWnKl intens� pains. Have biklwM aaalRtancA of pbj'Bioiana wlttamit TolM. I bought a. box of TjZ which worked * pwrfeot oui*.\.afl It has wUh a great mafir^'>t �y frisnilia. I would not he r^Klthout It."--A. F. Dreut-�r Ohicago. nZ U AOt a ^wder. Powdara suui ath*T toot Mmediea cioK up th* vwoa- TIZ dra'WB 04it all pol-aMilMu axudaiklona wUch brSns �B aoreiMwa of th� faot, and ia th� oulT'Tomedy that dooa. inxtni Q�rw limp agsin or 4m!i furnished kitchen in the Aiasonir, Hall and will in future give a good deal of attention to demonstrating cooking. On Tuesday Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Ferguson were in charge and fruit and potato salad dressing was the subject of study. Luncheon was served at the close of the meeting. During the afternoon Mrs. Card 1 (Aunt Zina) gave a talk on "Friend- ! ship", which was well received. Mr. : Thos. Duce, and Mr. E. N, Barker i were also speakers. J It was decided to hold a lawn so- I cial on the afternoon of Tuesday, ; Aug. 12th on the lawn of Mrs. Caz- j ier. I New Church Members .\t the evening service on Sunday night at St. Andrew's church, Rev. MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE NIGHT ONLY The Newest Musical Stampede with an All Star Cast BILLY ("SINGLE") In His Latest Farcical Success "Believe Me" 14 Catchy Song Hits 14 Brimful of Laughs, Not Blushes Prices 2Sc, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50. Seats now selling at Kenny & Ailin's Drug-Book Store Gdide Three Good Reasons The question arises, why is the success of Billy S. Clifford in the clever musical satire, "Believe Me"? Several good reasons might be given; fn Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of Mis-| fact myi-iads of them, but the consld- sions for Southern Alberta, will receive members into the comnnmion of the church. Mr. Tait announced on Sunday night that there would he upwards of 25 persons uniting with the church this time, most of them on profession of faith. Dr Ferguson win administer' the sacrament of j baptism at the same service. At the service on the following .Sunday, the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered and Dr. Ferguson eration of a few of the most essential will do here. First-Care has been exercised to get n bill that will make an instantaneous Impression upon the people before whoiii it is presented. There Is nothing at all In the bill of "Believe Me" lacking to make it complete In every detail. The story is pretty, carefully worked out the climaxes are right to the point, and cleverly worked up to. The comedy well defined and pure, the song numbers will drive to Boundary Creek for a � are up to the minute. Second-Choice similar service. The eiders elected at ! of a lead was carefully considered, Cardston last spring will officiate for | and no better one could be secured the first time at these communion | than Billy S. Clifford, who hamdles the services. Rev. W. J. McFadrien, of ; title role. Clever to the extreme as a Morris Theatre VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM TONIGHT Seabury and Price tflrod Novelty Entertainers-The Hit of The Seaac Ashby and Brownie SINGING AND TALKING COMEDIANS 3000 Feet of Pictures PRICES 25c AND 10c. NEW LOAN ON MARKET BACKED BV ALSERTA, aC. AND MANITOBA Owenriaie, .will also take part in the service on Sunday night. New Business Man R. A. Gillies has now become a resident of Cardston, arriving with his tools thvs week. Mr. Gillies is permanently located in Dr. Stack-pool's Drug Store, in the place vacated by S. H.. Campbell. Mr, Gillies | has had long experience in jewelry j and watchmaking and is sure to , build up a good trade in Cardston | Mr. Gillies will bo the only w{L,tch-raaker between Lethbridge and Catiis- lights will be rim, from the church i toii/and he will make visits to Rav-and the whole lot will present a bril-, ^^ond on Wednesday of each week. London, Aug. 7.-Application has been the stock exchange to grant a quotation on Canadian Northern railway four, and a half per cent, mortgage debentures. The Canadian Associated Press understands that a new Canadian Northern railway issue has just been floated. , This issue comprises 1,500,-000 pounds live-year five per cent, notes at 98, less cost of underwriting which is "one and one-half par cent. Security for this is stock guaranteed by the provinces of .A.lborta, British Columbia and Manitoba proportionately. VISITED ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE London., .Aug. 7.-The Canadian teacher* visited the Royal Colonial Institute today. They received a cordial measage from Right Hon. Lewis Harcourt, Oodo.nda.\ Secretary, who wrote: � "I trust you will bear with you pleasant memories of your visit, and a consciousness of service which such visits render the Empire." liant spectacle. The Ladies' Aid so-Iciety will have charge Of the social! j part of the day. Refreshments will be served on the grounds and a program of music will be presented. The day promises to be one of the great-1 est social events that the church has ever held. An admission for the evening will be asked at the gate. Advertise in Salt Lake The International Securities Co., ol Calgary is giving' Cardston some � considerable prominence as the Tem-i pie City of Canada. Their advertising suggests that Cardston should become a better city than Salt Lake City, which grew to its present _ prominence with less opportunities I than Cardston presents. The mem- Mrs. Gillies is to follow as soon Mr. Gillies can' secure a house. Hous-jcs he finds are hard to get in the Tetpple City right noV. Miss Neilson arrived home .from Waterton Lakes in her car on "Monday, and is gracefully bearing the distinction of having caught a 16 tt. trout.. This is one of the biggest that | the lake waters have produced this j year. Rev. W. J. McFadden and Roy. Eliot Porter were guests at the manse on Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. Savage, of Qlenwoodville was a visitor to Cardston today. He reports harvesting fall wheat well started in his district. comedian. Third-In selecting a supporting company to a most capable lend, only the very best talent possible was to be secirrod, and one only needs to see the shov^ to realize that such is the case. Mach member back of Mr. Clifford has been especially selected for some one peculiar qualifica-tion necessary, when combined with the balance of the company to make one complete whole strong in the presentation' of the production. Here are three good reasons why this company is having such unprecedented success in their latest creation. They will be seen at the Majestic on Saturday, August 9. Seats are now on sale at Kenny & Allln's Drug and Book store. !It * II Blackhand Drama at Starland TEN CENTS SINGLE COOL The Empress fori FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 250. 1 for three The Popular Week End Program " The Call of the Open Range " A Thrilling, Sensational Western Masterpiece 25c. FOR THREE MUNTJNQ THE 1 mtK OTHER GOOD ONES TEN CENTS SINGLE To-day BijOU Theatre To-morrow Extia Special Week-end Program AT THE MORRIS TO-NIGHT LADIES' AID DID TSUPPORIIT SOMETHING WENT WRONG WITH A DRAMATIC PRODUCTION AT WINNIFRED Wlnnifred, Aug. 7.-Mr. Allem, of the Citizens' liumbiBT Co., arrived home last Monday with a bride. AH wish Mr. and Mrs, Allen much joy. A much-needed rain fell on Wednesday night which will put a smile I on the farmers' face and open up I their pocket books. The Bow Island Amateur Dramatic j society presented ''Dot, the Miner's ' Daughter," in the I.O.O.F. hall, on I Wednesday night, which was suppos-I od to be given under the auspices of I the Wlnnifred Presbytarian Ladliea' I Aid. The players, on arriving,. found ; that the Aid had nothing ready, and I the players themselves had to get ev-i erythlng, even to the stage in readiness before the play could be presented. The players met with a very different reception here than at I home. The players would have, no doubt, appreciated even a hand shake from one of the ladies, but not one player had the pleasure of evem' meeting a member of the Aid, which they took to heart very much. However, the play was a success, as each playei- took their part in the best possible manner, and deserve credit for It and w6 hope we may see an-r other' play given by the , same dramatic cluh. JE VERY HEAW LOSS HAILSTORM CLEANED OUT THEIR BIG CROP-BOY WJRT AT MAQRATH TO BANQUET M.P. Cranbrook_ .\ug. 6.-R. F. Green, M.P., will 'be banquetted at Cran-brook by liJast Kootenay Conservatives. Announcement Is nuide that Sir Richard McBrldeand Hon. Robt. Roeers will be oreseut. Magrath, Aug, S. - An accident which happened yesterday reminds us all again how careful we should be in handling guns. Two little boy.1 were playing with a small gun when it accidentally went off and shot one through the foot. The Ash boy was the one hurt, and the neaghbors, hearing him scream, found out what was the matter, and carried him home, and immediately sent for the doctor. It is not thought to prove serious. The hail Storm' which struKjk this district Monday night was much worse than at first thought. It seemed to go in spots rather than a streak, and completely shelled out some fields, while it wowld almost seem to jump over others. It struck some in the south-east as well as some in the west. Jensen Bros, were entirely cleaned out of the hest crops they have had since coming to this country. They value their loss at over $50,000, and many other smaller farmers were hurt as much accordingly. Many of the younger people are taking advantage of th<; lovely weather we are now having and are leaving town in bimches to spend their summer vacation at the Kootenay Lakes. I As the big headllner of a complete I change, of programme at Starla-ndj to-j day will be seen "Runa and the Black-hand," one of the most gripping photo-dramas ever produced. A short syn-I opsls of this remarkable feature is as I follows: i Runa, a spoiled little girl, resents I the arrival of a baby brother, who takes atteintlon from her. She and the nurse ajid baby go to the park, and while there she sees a stork, and Is told by the nurse that the bird brought her little brother. She decides to make It take back the intruder. While the attention of the nurse Is attracted elsewhere, she removes the baby and leaves him by the stork pond. Some time before' this Runa has investigated the pall of a workman who Is tarrlpg a tree. 'When the nurse returns she finds the print of a black hand on the bench where the baby was. It Is quite clear to the police that the child has been taken by the Black Hand. Angela has had a quarrel with her lover, Angelo, owing to the fact that she has no dowry, and therefore cannot marry him. She Is weeping in the park when she hears the baby's cries and goes to It. Her pity overcomes her amd she takes It home. Angelo, returning once more to beg her pardon, finds the child. All Hail to Ihe King A Comedy Burlesque. You'll Scream and Laugh. The American Princess Distinctly a Dramatic Novelty The Honour of a Soldier A Story of Love vs. Duty The Winning Hand A Wonderful Drama, Unusual and Enthralling lOc COMING SOON lOc "It Made Him Mad" REMOVE THE AUDITOR Edmonton, Aug. 6.-At a city council meeting Mayor Short reoommeml-ed the removal of the present city auditor. The. development followed the exposure of defalcations in the j telephone department. Absolutely Free! If you will write to us at once we will mail you a copy, post p8,id, of our remarkable free book, "Health and Beauty." This book should be In every household and explains how every woman can rid herself of facial blemishes, such as wrinkles, sallow and unhealthy skin, etc., etc., at home without the use of patented nostrums, powder, rouge and other cosmetics. The Bonnie Lassie Vacuum Massage Machine �We will also make you a rock-bottom offer on the wonderful vacuum massage machine that is creating such a: furore among the ladles of this country. This is not an electric machine, nor does It require any battery. It Is not cum-bea-aome or unwleldjy and coSts less than any machine manufactured for the purposes for which It is intended. We obsolutely guarantee results or your money back, SEND FOR IT TODAY! Smith Scientific Specialties Department F 630 Homor SL, Vancouver, B. C. 5 Today Today Complete Change of Program "Black Hand" The Most Gripping Drama Ever Seen in Motion Pictures and is suspicious. The girl thea e.x-plains the finding of the baby. He discovers the print of a black hand on its clotheg. They are terrified a/Ud decide to return the child where they found It. Before they can do so, they are arrested, and hrought to the station house where they meet the unhappy paren'ts. Runa now repentant, confesses, and when the baby is restored the lather a;nd mother embrace her. She leaves the print of her little black hands on her mother's dress. All Is then discovered. ' She e.Kplalns that she returned the baby to the stork because since It came nobody loves her any more. Father and mother realizing how they have hurt the child, forgive her. Angelo gets her dowry through the reward offered hy the father for the restoration of his chlid. ; * ' * * Another Good Show at the Morris  The.inew vaudeville bill at the Morris last night was highly appreciated, as was plainly shown by the numerous rounds of applause that greeted each of, the artists. Seabury and Price, in a refined novelty and singing act. In which Mr. Seabury displayed some very clever comedy cartooning, while Miss Rose Price held the large audience with her sweet voice. Their closing number "Moonlight Bay," sung by Miss Price, and beautifully Illustrated by Mr. Seahury_ scored a tremendous hit. Ashbey" and Brownie, comedians, put over some very good jokes, and were also well received. The pictures were all � excellent and the prograwmo in all is'one of the best. Another Popular Prosframm* �t th� "i Empros* . The headllner for this �weefc-end Is a great drama entitled "The Call of' ' ^ the .Open, Range," by the noted Amerl- � ' can Co. , This Is a westenni maiSter-piece, depicting a pitched battle between the mountaineers and cowhoya, running fights through the mountains ^ and. a. most thrilling and sen'sationul' j^, rescue. .' "Hunting the Panther" fs a ^plcture-': of great beauty of scenery amd stac- ; ing, the effect being most realistic,' and win surely be of gieat Interest to all, especially to big game sporta-,;; men. ' . /.:� The Indiaa drama, "Wenona's Brolt. en Promise," is a particularly fine ox-: ample of this type, acted and stagetf; In that perfect and efficient manner.;^ the celebrated Bison Co. Is so wall known for. Among other great attractions will'\^ he t:wo most excelleint comedies.; "Lucy's I-