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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta l TIIK DAILY HEKALJ) S T A R L A N D ENORMOUS ATTRACTION LAST'TIME TODAY V The Startling and Sensational Animal Pro.duction DISTRICT NEWS Showing -Actual En- counter with Ferocious Man-Eating Lion and Intrepid In the Heart of the African Jungle. 4 OTHER BIG FEATURES 4 Miss Agnes Errol, will sing "Moonlight1 Bay" Orchestral. Selections from "Geisha" and "Flirting "Princess" S T A R L A N D TO-NIGHT W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS MISS CONSTANCE CRAWLEY IN THE GREAT .SHAKESPEARIAN DRAMA "ROMEO AND JULIET" Gorgeous Costumes, Wonderful Lighting Effects Come and see Miss Craw ley as "Juliet" in the Great Balcony Scene PRICES si.fco, 750, eoe. .SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S Toronto j i Conservatory Of 'Music-- EDWARD FISHER-, Mua. Doc., Musical Director '.Tuesday 3ril Cardslon, Aug. locators with capital were this week shown through the...country by Dr. Weeks. One "of these ineii-was E. L. DieiTeii- baclicr, of Daletoh, Pcim., a distant relative of- the doctor's. Mr. DieftVn- ATTENDANCE LAST SEASON wants a large tract some 'two (or three sections. lie was favorably Faculty of One Hundred' Specialists j impressed with the Spencer section LOOKING OVER CARDSTON LAND CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE .for .young lady .students, is baing-greatly be ready for th. 0" Wo'-Cocliraup. ranch, but the -not large enough. Martin Wooli, lias just, put his acre MILK JR1VEK Milk Hivor, Aug. 21. Everyone seems to be cheerful these hot cutys H just what is wanted to ripen itlic grain. Lumber for. granaries is ijciiij; drawn .out. (k'orgc Cimntryman IK building 'leu to. store away at least part o[ lilii liarvcfit. The repairs on Mrs. Ness' hotel are noaring Mr. Jot: lie in lias made a start liis house. The .cellar and cistern duj, tJnuly binall puirit fiuv huu slirttd r.t- letenlU in the, tuss south of the village. P. Hoode has completed his six months' homestead duties and has moved into the village. [r: Parker has jiist dug ;i well and will soon be ready to linisli the photons. HOSMEK 'Hosmer, Aug. Dr. Gillespie of Plncher Creek is handling arrange- in-ents at the hospital during the ab- sence of Dr. May. The mines were idle again on Wed- nesday, owing to the old complaint of car shortage. A. J. Vallee, who has lived in HOB mer for years, left town on Mon- day last. The Hosmer 'tennis club has arrang- ed for the annual tournament to be phiyed off during the next two or three weeks. Up to the present 24 entries have been received and handicaps arranged. the ;YEAR BOOK, 170 application. Every year Western girls avail themselves of the' exceptional educational advantages' afforded by St. Ont Thorough courses- In ..'farm ,south of Cards.um on the mat- Ike t, with an option on another thous- malied .on -acres immediately adjoining it. Dr. .Weeks is now in communication his client, and will probably have-him visit Cardstdri again'and look at Mr. Woolf's land. The second and perhaps niost --im- portant of these investors was B. ;'Hansen, of Scanrore, Hiss-. Mr. Hah- scn is a breeder' of standard bred horses and jersey cattle, and from Music, Art, Oratory, High School, Busi- ness College, and Household Science. Fees moderate. A splendid opportunity to visit eastern friends during vaca- tions. Fall Semester, begins September 9th.' Handsome Cal- endar sent upon -application, to Rev. R. I. Warner, M.A., Principal D. D. PORT HOPE ONTARIO School f.r Boyp FotHitUd 18GS hcnUhy lituaiion, oVtnf Uikc Ontario, with 'J3 acres Magnificent N'cw Covered Rink! Uofs prepared for Ihe ,-craities. R6yal Military College f hrbiijjhowt the courie. Special rnJar itlention given to younger boyi, Wain. Sept. 10th. by, M.I. (Elm.) LLD. MtriMiter HELD IN. HEAVY BA.IL Now York, .Aug. C. SLoinert and James C. White, the po- licemen who 'wore' indicted by ?the Grand Jury in connection with the murder of "Jack" Selig, were arraign- ed b'efore Judge Mulqueen' today. They pleaded not guilty to the in- clictinenls charging perjury, and were held .in bail. ports which come .from'his home state, has the finest lot of jersey stock in tlie stale. His horses are almost famous in Missouri, and it is _Mr. Hanson's intention to get land about, two or from Cards- ton where he can run a small bunch of horses and cattle and where.he will be within easy access a good) track on which be can train- his hors es. Mr. Hansen was favorably pressed with a couple of pieces land near town, and there is a slron] H'Obability that he will locate. Tiie third visitor was C. G. Hall 01" Sioux City, Iowa, and Dr. Weeks reports that he, too, was much im pressed with the Cardston district in all invest iti land here. Hosmer, Aug. We arc glad to. hear that at a meeting of the school trustees- held on Thursday last it was decided to engage Miss C. D. Y. Plt- bladd as second teacher at 'the Hos mer schcol for the ensuing terni, which commences on Monday August 20th. Miss Pftbkido has man friends in Hosmer and was at 'on time associated with the school both at .the old school house on Main street .and .ut' the preseiit new schoo buildings. Chas. Anthony, of the H. R. ciation, has ibeen successful in carry ing off two prizes at the B. C. Jiilaru Rifle association's meeting which is aelng held at Nelson. II. E. Jones is rapidly recovering from his recent indisposition and we nope -to see him around in a day or BO. Donald Brbwiirigg, 3. Marlatt, Tom Stockett aiid W. Downie have nounced their intention of visiting Calgary for the 'big' Stampede. AFTER LONG SUFFERING Two Women'. Health Rettored byLydia E Pink- ham's Vegetable Com- Their Own "Some time ago when in poor hoaltii, suffering from i'em tnine ills, i began t( take Lydia E. Pink Imm'a Vegetable Compound and Live] Pills. I soon better and gained in strength and flesh. A gradual meht continued as took the Compound and from 120 pounds I now weigh 165, and feel that my life has been prolonged. "Ideeply regret that I did not know of your medicine long before I did. Frienda .often speak of the wrciderfu. change in my health, and I tell them that your medicine did J.W.STAN- LEY, CheneyviSle, La Distressing Ca.se of Mrs. M. Gary. Chicago, III have used Lydia E, Pirikham's Vegetable Compound for backache and it has certainly made a new woman of me. After my first baby was born I was left s perfect wreck. I was so weak I could hardly do my household duties and suffered with an awful back- ache. But since I have used your Com- pound the pains in my back have left me and I am strong again. My mother used-it also through Change of Life and speaks very highly of it You can use this letter any way you wish. I think it is only fair for one who. has suffered as much as I, to let others know of your great Mrs. M. 'GARY, 2958 N. Eidgeway Ave., Chicago, 111. 'VULCAN Vulcan, Aug. well Is being drilled on the C. P. R. demonstration fanm..south of. Air. and Mrs. J. A. Lindsay have been spending several days in Cal- gary this week. Misses Jessie and Ollie Huffman, who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. John Gardner, left on Tuesday for their'home in. Oklahoma, roturn- pBSEQUIES FOR FLIES Chicago, Aiigi for flies were held last night in Park Ridge. Instead oE dirge, pall, and mourners, .an opera singer sang