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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday December 4. THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALI> Page 3 Tonight Starland- SPECIAL KEYSTONE COMEDY- Starland-Tonight ILL HI 1 It? Dec-. Saskatchewan is eH to the trout (u Clydesdale having already secured tuo seconds, one third, ami one sutli prize. The first class iudged was aged jcd with Uratiatn, of Ubremont, On- Clvdralales sUllkm, U was thclario, when he carried ofi nrst and but class ol the breed Uiiglil Smile, who sot exactly same placing last year. Westerners were not- interested In i the three year olil chiss, .but rejoly- Lord. Ull in third wilh NuK- shown in Cbicago. The Sas- f entry was Prince Robert, 1 H. Bryce, uE Arvola, and UJg vl war. 1 was U-lass, fourteen io all, and uwaed'hy II- H. McLean, ol Aicola. had tbwe entries. (Jallanl Buch- SasV. He has Ueu au outstanding lyne; owned cf Arcola, rinner in Western Canadian rings md being Western bred interest was very keen. Ho" got train fever com- Ke61IUU down and the weather here has Pine Vaudeville Offering at the Sherman Apparently the excellent vaude- ville .now helng presented at the Sherman is meeting with the approv- al ol theatre-goers. Tlie acts since tho new policy was inaugurated have and (JJcodale Squire and Kvvie Km- Improving every week, and Hie Bkllfully done. IB beloved ty two men; one is rejected and seeks re- venge. To attain this he joins a band of monks. 'The .Monks of the a cruel body fcxistlDf without the authority of the church and violating conttnuilly its ordin- ances. He .admission; trumps lip a1 charge of tlttevlug against his rival and secures -his conviction. From tUU out the film follows the story faithfully. Il IB very elaborate- Doll .Major's Dilemma." Miss Jessie j produced'and from start to finish permeates with thrills. It should be seen to he fully appreciated. A scientific film, and a comedy compete the bill, one that we are sure will be much appreciat- ed. Bell offers an .attractive and spectac- ular acl, rendering some very accept- able songs in a capable manner. Le Feire and St. John" give fifteen min- utes of a tuneful, nitty oddity enilt- "nirtalion a la a'decid- edly humorous Four of the class of pictures for which this house Is noied completes a bit! par excellence auJ one lliat should" draw capacity audiences. "The Pit and the Pendulum" at the Bijou Tonight A production that is certainly en- tirely different from the average will he presented tonight at the JJljou the- atre. "The Pit and the Pendulum" by idneys Keep Bladder Weak IE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS D NEUTRALIZE IRRITATING v ACIDS Ctdney and" Bladder ,re- froni uric acid says a noted auth- (y. Thft kidneys filter this acid m the blood and-pans it on to the ddcr where it often remains lo te and -inflame, causing a lurn- .scalding sensation, or setting up Irritation at the neck of tho blacl- obliging you 'to seek relief two _e times during- the night. The 'erer. IB in constant rtrcad, the .or passes sometimes with' a ecafd- seneatibn and is very profuse; in, there is difficulty In >avoiding 1 dder weakness, .inost folks call 'cause they can't' control urira- WMIc U Is osiretneiy- annoy and sometimes very painful, this one of the most simple ail lo overcome. Gftt nboul ces of .fad Sails from your phann t and tske a table spoonful In a of water before breakfast, con- c this for two or three neutralise the acids in the urine t no'longer fs a source of irrita- "lo the bladder and-urinary or- wuEcli then act normally .again d Salts IB inexpensive, harmless, fa.made from'the acid of lemon Juico combined with llthia Is used by thousands of. folks who subject to urinary' dleordera r-d by uric add Irritation. Jad is spletxlld for kidneys and no bad effects whatever. -re you have a pleasant effervcs- lithla-water drink, which quickly conclusion arrived at by ah observer of both plays. "TheiPink Lady" with all its brilliancy, failed to produce a singer in front of footlights who approach Miss Dorothy- Young quality of voice and in general singe ability, antl there was not a come- dian in "Tbc- Vink Uady11 who sue-1 reeded in winning Use applause-od the I audience in quite so hearty a man-j ner as did Mr. Fred Rose iri "The' I Country in the rote ol 'Barry.1 "Miss Yquag Mr. Hose assume thc- haraclers oE and "Li" rt tho, second effprl.ot the local oper- atic society nexi-weeir at the Majes- ic theatre, when the society produc- ks "San Toy" (or. three nights com- mencing Thursday.. Play for play.-in'-.the; matter of weight, "The 1'ink ligh( in- deed -in comparison with IIP 1'ink faijs in i'ts .effort produce an outstanding and su-. treme figure, though as a whole it nay he correctly termed a brilliant >lay- !'San Toy1! has.'many outstand- ng charucters_ and maiiy catures.i. The Emperor's "bodyguards and Yen How's, and "Six Little IVires" arc features ,which will prove especially id'say nothing of Ihe chorus, whkh'-'is ,the largest and finest yet seen" liecc. opera m professional -wo'rk (or that vihen il is 1'rofeJsor 'J.. matter. There is onlv Excellent at the Empress Tho drama of- 'The Fighting one of the Co.'s clever productions which, along with other good tblngs'ls being aho'an for the last time today at (he Emprwa. conveys a strong, lesson to flirting huslmnils. In this instance, toe hus- band, becoming tired 'of his good wife's homely habltj and dress, mafces love to his. pretty typewriter, -who, believlos him to he unmarried, allows herself to i'ail in love with him. On learning toe sad tiuth, she. being a sensible girl, coufesses to Hie wlffs and the two conspire together to re- form him. and accomplish this in a very dramatic tlyle, all ending hap- pily.' except, for the warru-ihearted girl, who effects the re-union of rcau and wife. "The President's Special" Is a well- acted and staged drama of railroad life. The prtstdenVs con who. through dissipation, Is turned out of home, obtains employ -vlth tie company and Belling manfully to work, over- comes hjs bad habits and marries hap- pily. He Is made of "a spite- ful rleaner, who Is able through knowledge of his former hablla to do him an injury. This, however, is cleared up, and everything ends as you like it. Pathe's Weekly is a remarkable re- cord of Important events, amongst which part Ecu lar alt en tlon may be railed to the very exciting and real- istic swimming race. "The Rube and the Boob" and "Tho Sdheme of Shiftless ?atn Smith" are tn-o rollicking'comedies of the most rnlrth provoking description, and were greatly enjoyed: "Tho the piece de resistance for Friday's programme, is a marvellously effective story- of a lost memory, "and "a'production thai can confidently, bo recommended to out patrons. Population is Giowing-Annua] Meeting of.lne Agricultural Society Macleod, Dec. ol a citv of members present the aanual meeting of the Macleod Agricultural society which was to have, been held at two o'clock today, has-been-post- to the same hour on Saturday, (Stephens, .the principal of rt Eador in school at wjll the local Operatic society is 00 hand to adrlrcss Ihe'assempTy, ed to admit that "The Pink, Lady" au attendance ot about a dozen may prove, equal to ami t _ that'Is in the matter" "6f'siav.c set- ting." It was above the, ordinary, this display of "Thc'Pmk -Lady" hut "San Toy" hopes- to equal or- sur- pass the .stage setting of "The- Pinl; n ot-withstand ing.- Those who ace taking the several iliflerent principal parts in "San Toy sues. will be .all" told in other TO SAIL FOR MEXICAN'WATERS Berlin, Dec. German cruis- ed Dresden being fitted, Kiel to eail for the end of December, rt win replace the cruiser Bremen which' Is to re- turn to Germany for repairs." Th'j Bremen was homeward bound 'after several yeara in the American station when developments in Mexico neces- sitated her return to Vera The new cruiser Karlsruhe, which has been assigned (o the American Madder For sale station, will not tc ready to relieve IX HlgSnbotham fc Co. .Ltd. the Dresden before nest spring. When you are buying don'l forfet that ROYAL GROWN SOAP 6 Big Bars for 25c ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT The valuable coupons arc valuable for valuable premiums The Royal Crown Soaps, Limited Calg.ry, Mr.-Hugh'Macintosh, the president oi .the association, took ".the. _ P. A. JJlack acted as the abs-etite oi W. .who was called up Ibc Pass on Owr ing lo the diminutive atidEence-which constituted scarcely a quorum-there was no attempt made to transact any business, R. J. Kollis and P.. I.I. Mcljean at once moving an adjourn- ment. NEW SCHOOL OPEXKI) For the purpose ol relieving' the congestion at th'e targe public school school which has completed lor the use ol the resi- dents south of the npcncd on Monday. Miss has charge of.the new institution tlic opening day the attendance regis- tered twenty-three, which number, K. G. Mathcivs, the chairman -of the school board he'll eves, will beincr'eas- ed lo at least'fifty after Christmas Up to this time the residents south ol the Irark. have been afraid lo al- low their children to cross the tracks to attend school, but now. that- thty have a school ol their own, there wil' be nothing to hlnrtrr the education a' advancement of the- little The'new-school, which is nowj the fourth in the town, cost in the neigh borhood of and has been" built along residential lines, so that it the [coming of the C.N.Il. creates a rfe- jniand lor a larger institution; r present building may be disposed "o ;for private Macleod now boast! 'Of U leachcra and about.400 pupils I FIHST'SKATIXG IVJ.en. he fell, and struck-his head on tlift ice while skating on slough this aElernoon, Harry Phillip- l.son, a driver for-U.e Dominion Kx- 'press company, became "the victim.o the lirat skating accfdcnt ot the son in Macleod. -Dr. Mlllburn, was present, dressed (he injuries, nhlcli-consisted of a lew bruises and a nasty-cut over thi eye. I! HOPE TO ULSTER THE POSTMASTER GENERAL 'TALKS OF 'SOME ALTER. .ATION IN'''.THE HOME RULE'! BILL Londps, bic. Hon. H. L. Samuel, postmaste.f'-sential, recent expression at. Guysborough ol Ihc belief- that the whole, at the Can- adian people lavor borne rule seems to have caused some controversy In the-'Dominion; sroVe at Kecar last '-t r; "'The he'-said, beld that the ".rears ol Ulster were wholly un- real. unjustified.' Still, they had to recojinize that was not- the view tield by a large portion ol the peo- ple of 'Ulslrr.. Very !gladly, indeed, id they welcome 'any alteration in without impairing its fundamental purposes, would-meet the wishes and calm the.aimeties of He was not without hope that such a settlement might be reached, though at present- he was not sanguine ol its accomplishment. The speech of the prime minister was not intended lo th'e ehesf, and it have the effect, ol'closing the door to an amic-1 alilV setl.lcment opened, in the prern-. ic-r's speech at Ladybink. ST. JOHN' STRIKE John, N. B., Deo. -The strike of Uie Canadian Pacific Haltiray checkers ended last night, when tho Union men returned lo work with Itfj non-union men and the protest against the .employment of the non-ualonlste appears to have been dropped. THEIR MAIDEN SAILINGS Ixmrton, Dec. new Allan line iiteamshlps Altallan and C.ilga'f- fan will make their maiden sailings respectively January 17 and :Kclrn- n, Comb Sage Tea in Hair to Darken It Grandma kept her Toe kg dark, glossy, thick with admixture of Sage Tea, and Sulphur Tho old-lime mixture of Suge Tea" anil' Sulphur for-rjarlctnlng grey, streaked and faded fiatr Is. grandmother's treatment, and (oiks are again using It to their balr a good, even Color, ,'which is quite sensible, as we are living In an age when a youthful appearance Is of Ihe greatest tdvanlage. N'owadaya .though, we don't h-iv-e the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the muftty mixing at home. All drug stores fell tho ready-to- use product called "Wjreth'6 Sage and Sulphur Hair for about 50 cents a It is very popular noljody can discover It has Applied. Simply mofaten ytnir comb or a Soft brush with it and draw this through your hilr, taking one small ftlrand at a time; by morning the gray hair dis- appears, but what dclfghla the ladies with Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Is thai, bcsfdcs beauti- fully darkening the. hair afUr a few. applications, H also pro- and of abutdance which Is so allraelivft; .besides, prevents scalp and fall-; the halr.l.J, D. Hlglnbothatn Co., Editor of.The Herald: reading ar.d listening to the speeches male hy some of tho can-31- dales In thi? election, it seems rather appalling to ma that "men who can get up and "such, ridiculous statements as some .that have been made, can. consider them- selvea fit to hold the positions .for which are .ninniog. In .last nfghl's Iferald, reading Ur.-Loveringa I was led to ivonder whether lha doctor thought the people had to his meander Ings on the possjblQ result of the thing whi'ch no man con foresee. I go to meetings to learn the various policies, and any concrete facia tbat the can- didates may .have, to give us re the city's affairs. Aa for his remarks the Citizens' tlckel-rr'-'lS not going to dictate'to deplore he ilocicr'A lack 'of Intellect, if that his conception of "this organiza- tion; and It certainly would not do 'or a man capable of such confused deaa to have (he ordering of the city's affaire.. It seems to ma it is of ho 'utmost clarity that the" business men, 'according to their rating, ara most vitally, concftrried in the .city's prosperity, oa account "of taxa- ,lon and tho welfare generally. There- 'ore, 1C R representative body of these men sc.t.together, pitting catty, re- igton and personalities se- ed out of the available material pre- senting itaelf, the men whom consider 'most fitted for the difficult before tho commissioners, and stand behind them, U seems to me most unfair that their efforts should have. the slurs and Insinuations thrown' nt- them, and tho cognomen oS dictators attached to them. In respect vof Mr. Hamtlton'a vapor- gg re the (ax-rale reduction, 1 won- der Ilamlllon on sud- denly realizing that his (1500 salary urould hot strelcti to (2600 expenses, refuse ,to meet past debts Incurred Matinee Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre Twice Nightly Tonight; Friday and Saturday Duo IN A MUSICAL COMEDY "THE DOLL MAKER'S DILEMMA" Jessie Bell Co. "THE GIRL ON THE WORLD" LeFevre-St.John Imperial Japs IRTATION A LA CARTE" :LTY GYMNASTS FOUR OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD PHOTO PLAYS A PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE j MATINEE PRICES EVENING PRTCES CHILDREN ADULTS CHILDREN...............23t ADULTS 35c. BIJOU THEATRE Today The Pit and the Pendulum THE WEIRD AND FASCINATING STORY BY EDGAR ALLAN POE IN THREE REELS OF MOTION PICTURE A Scientific Film: "SEAWORMS" And i Roaring Britijh Comtdy, "ELECTRIC SNUFF" MATINEE EVERY DAY, 2 to 5 P. M. THE SECOND OF THE SERIES OF ELECTION TALKS WILL BE HELD TONIGHT AT 9 P. M., AT The BIJOU THEATRE MR. F. C. ATKIN WILL SPEAK FOR 15 MINUTES The Third of the Series will take place Friday Evening at 3 o'clock SPEAKER, MAYOR HARD1E Before cmd after time-allotted program goei en at uuul. Majestic Theatre Dec.ll-i2-13 CHARMING CHINESE PRESENTED. BY The Lethbrldge Operatic, .and .Dramatic Society, .Three Nights Commencing next Thu'rrtay. SIXTY-FIVE PEOPLE... 50c, 7Sc, Boxct 41.50 Sale at the Kenny fc -Allin Drug- Boot Store Uet jour tickets from tbe members. AT THE KNIGHT ACADEMY Raymond. Dec. The Juniors are husr this week preparing for Mieir big "shadow" dance to be given in the Knight Academy gymnasium next during bis period -of lavljh expenJI- night They say it will eclipse lure, to make his nent year's salary cover his present expenses. I think this is a most'foolfah statement. The Improvements are here, and muat be kept up and various' additional im- provements; are essential to the wel- fare of the city. Our .debts must he paid, or" we will put ourselves In the hands of a receivership, and in doing all theee things -I cannot conceive horw H r. Hamilton proposes to reduce tho faction just at 'present. If he has some practical scheme by which the clly'a running can he ruduc- all well pnd good, but even this cannot, as I can make a very no- ticeable- Impression on the rates in of our present condjtlon. J am only a .woman, and have not a vole, but t'Ve, a great Interest In our city, In" which T have' lived twenty years, .and I (To appreciate hard-head- ed common Be rue In ihcae matters. you' In advance for this apaje, I 'remain, Sir, Voura oSedientlj', MRS. HOWAHD 802 7lh Street S. flood- had receded- Forth Worth. aV Austin anything attempted heretofore at. the Academy. President addressed the people in two of the villages1 west ol Car da Ion last Sunday, and he reports excellent services at bolh places. The president is beginning to feel the strain of a strenuous school year which ?rlth his repeated calls to public is taxing his strength very much. U Is probable that he will accede to the advice of his friends and take a short holiday In the south during the Christmas vac Alton. The kindergarten class, .which Tor tho past'six weeks has done euch-ex cclleal will conclude on the 12th tlio Instructor, .Mlu Bessli Kpencer, returning Irnmediatefy atte lo Salt Mke, her homb. Miss ter has hsd a large claat of apt am enthusiastic students, she Is wel pleased .wllii lliey hav 0. G. CARSCALLEN DEAD Toronto, Dec, Cars callcn, a son of tho Into Henry Carf ot Unmllton, Is .dead, aged 15 He was a grandson oi Uio late C C.urnej', To-day Only A Fighting Chance A to Kuibandi Presidents Special A Grand Railway Dram I Pathes Weekly 25. Splendid ComediM The Lost Millionaire t Stirring of a Lost Memory AND Roller Skating AT Cosy Roller Rink Seulont, Skitlng, 2.30 to itt> Seuloni, SkXIng 7.00 to 10.00 Stolent, Dancing, 10.00 lo 12.00. 'ADMISSION FREE TEMPLE CITY BAND EACH SESSION AGED MINISTER DEAD v X. S.- Dec. Jarats ore' of the tow- rcmaljilns ministers ot th6 Old Kirk synod, whose .beat years were spent, at, Scolsturn In .Ihla foimlry union ol the Kirk churches with the'' PresbsUrlan chorcliei of died here today.''- Rev, Mr, Fraser 72 3'cars of ntid leaves a 'widow, one son twg ;