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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .v 22, 1912 THE LETHRRlriefri DAILY HERALD 11 THE REC- OGNIZED. HOME OF FEATURE'S FRIDAY ATTACKED V s BY '.I LION S T A R L A N D GREAT TODAY- IMMENSE 5--Enormous Including COWBOY AND INDIAN FliONTIEK CELEBKATT'DN WHOOPEE The Greatest Rough Riding Feature Ever Produced Positively tho nioat vivid jungle picture in tho history of tho world. Attacked by a Lion Photographed in tho heart of'tho African Jungle, and showing a desperate, actual encounter between horseman mid Infuriated Hon. Miss Errol, Star-land's Charming Soprano. Orchestral Selections from "Flirting Prhiceys" S T A R L A N D FORMER AMERICAN PRAISES CANADA MAKES REPLY TO PURPOSE OF VISIT OF SPECIAL AGENT OF UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Grassy Lake, Aug. SO, 1013. Editor of tlic Herald givo me span) iu your to answer Mr. C. L. Fairer, special agent of the U. S. govcru- n.tmt. I am a U. >S. man and have farm- ed, bought grain anil sold lumber since I've been in Canada. I have here four anil a litilf years' aiiil have never been without a job since my arrival, and had plenty to cat and saved money. I have had n.y 'pick ot the government, land along with MAGIC POWDER .TOCO ONT. MAJESTIC'" THEATRE j cellins any seep hore -for some time. -The leading attraction .being shown todoy, for the last time, Is Cow joy.and_lnd.ian Frontier -Celebration, series o-i pictures taken at. f.hfl recent .Cheyenne, -Wyo. Fairly bristling excite- .ment all through with marvellous brilliance amr.ulearnesu, .the Frontier pictures make .-a very ac- ceptable offering. Tomorrow tb-a tre- mendous jungle animal film "Attacl ed by a Lion" will bo, shown, and fn: tending, patrons aro .advised, to at- tend early.In'the .Errol will also render anotlver her de Jlghtful ballads. HELD CONFERENCE iAT CARDSTON VISITING MORMON CHURCHMEI IN ATTENDANCE' AT THE GATHERING i Aug. tlio "No- Tabernacle" at Cardston, August 17t and a8th was hold tna Quarterly Con fereiico of the Alborta Stake. Never fore In this part of the country least, have tbo Mormon people, or, t give them tholr true title, tho Latto Day Saints assembled In such mini bera. Practically every ward in th Stake was represented, even to Star Llise, Claresholm, and those wards la .the. Iligh. River; district. They truly honor the .cause they represent, as wa: evidenced by .the crowded meeting! of Saturday Tab erhaclo' ihCcribiV though not. yet fulls cornple'te'd, was very artistically decor ated for the occasion with plants different varieties and choice flowers tho pillars of being en twihed-'wiih ferns'1 and evergreen; mak ing altogether a pleasing picture, ant reflecting credit on the artistic taste of those in charge of the decorative work. ,_The special visitors; from Salt Lakery flourishing condition as regards its various organizations, etc _On Sunday evening, the closing ses- sion of CJojiferenco under tLe auspices of thd'. Mutual. Con von tloa, was a very Iteresting. service indeed. The muslca] items'renrteretl flue and (he atldreiaes spiilted and uplift ing, the speakei Miss Beealey or'tlie YX.Arj.A- 'Preg. AIcAIurrln and Bisuop'Niblfey; The last'namcd sneak- er; wllb'haa taken the "opportunity of touring 4he district, spoke very enthu' siastically of'this country, its beautiful lands, its prospects and resources. The Conference closed by the singing of the familiar hymn "God be with and the Benediction being pronounced. On. Saturday the 17th lust, the Y.L. Y.M.I.A. held their Mutual Conven- tion in the'school house, at 3-0 'In the afternoon and at 8-0 in the evening, at ,H-btch Mr. McMurrin and Miss Beealey. the representatives from the General .Mutual Board, Salf Lake City, gave timely instruction and .advice along the lines of mutual improvement v.'ork. The Convention was quite a both .iu regard, to the attendance, nnd also the sustained. interest throughout the sessions Today, August the 39th, Cardston has once more .been', favored by a visit from a travelling circus "the redoubt- able Sangers." Preceding the first per- formance-was great par ade of animals, lady performers and clowns! etc. Cardston and the country side turned out en masse to take In the attractlpriB 9! jthe day. Truly, the show and circus proprietors reaped a splen- did harvest, if one might judge from their entrance fees, the.pat- ronage .they, received. The weather was perfect, an ideal gala-day, natural- ally taken, advantage of, to the utmost Another feature of the day was the great influx of Indians into the. town loads upon loads of hay -intended for sale, the proceeds of which would secure them the excitement asid enjoy- ment they crave of show and circus attraction. The weather here in Cardston dis- trict is'typical harvesting weather gt a result "farmers' hopes are high, and the song of the "binder" is heard on every hand. Feared the Worst A woman in on-a of the wards in Rhode--island hospital was in- formed she had appendicitis and would have to be operated on at once. Much frightened, she reluctantly consented and was conveyed to the operating room. Olio of the (lectors had commenced to administer "the .ether and her eyes were cibsfhg languidly, when ho dls- corercd ho had "forgotten "to Inquire it she had false tooth. He quickly remoVed'the rubber cap and shaking her slightly he said: "Have you any- thing loose in your1 Then, (is ho made a move to put his hand iu her mouth, she opened University of Manitoba. WINNIPEG Offers courses leading to degrees in rts. Science, Medicine, Law, Civil id 'Electrical .The fac ulty consists of twenty-seven, profes- sors, lecturers ami demonstrators, and six colleges are' affiliated; A wider range of courses is offered in Arts "ever 'before, also excellent course in 'Medicine with facilities for clini- cal work that are surpassed in "few institutions oh the "continent The course of study for degree 6fB.Sc., has just been Instituted. For' terms of admit ion details of cur- ricula of studies, Information as to fees etc. 'apply to W. J. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Man. SPENCE, Registrar, her eyes wildly nnd Nothing but my tongue, doctor, and tai saVe vlon't cul that out Monthly. Donaldson line Direct Service Between -Scotland, Coatiriental "point's amis Canada Sat- urday. C' i J and up to date, operated T on the One Class Cabin plan. Cabin" staterooms.' all amid- ships. 531 25 jto Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Bel- fast. 533.00 to Antwerp and Rotterdam. J3G.OO to Sweden, .Nor.way.and Denmark, etc. call any steamship agent or write, H. E. L1DMAN, General' Miin Winnipeg TENTS 8x10 Wall Tents, 10 Complete with poles. Wall Tents ,10 oz. Complete with poles. 10 x 12 Wall 10 Complete Avith poles. We make Tarpaulins, Wagon Covers and Awnings shortest notice and carry Camp Cots, and Stockmen's Bed Sheets. Alberta Saddlery Company, Ltd. PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 9S The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo Co., it's the answer. Samples and Estimates furnished prompfly. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators Avenue Sout'n ;