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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DHL TITE LETHBKIDOI-: DAILY HEKATJ) Majestic Theatre W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone. The ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Verna Felton TO-NIGHT "The Undertow" Thursday night, "Second in Command" Seati on sale at Rochon's MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDCLIO) MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHUNE TO-MORROW NIGHT Prices 7Sc. Gallery SOc C. P.: Walker. Presents WILLIAM YULE And Company in Richard BrinsUy Sheridan's Brilliant Comedy THE RIVALS Christian" Allen 1'liiyurs OHsayoJ at tho .Majortlo Theatre a pro- iluutlon of Hill Culno's "Tlio Christ- story Or wtilcli Is already frimlllar to all book lovnra. In spite of tho many liamlicaittj prevui'iintf llio performance us Kivcn by tho players :Wiis inoro than crc'tiitablo. jMiss Fcl- .lon ,stopped into the role of Glory Qimlu and to say that she auccocdoi) In cfroctlng an allosollior salisfaetory .interpretation ol. tho -part. Is not ex- iiK'gofiitins matlwB t'a the silghtost Potion gave n highly Impressive and well studied portrayal of a diffi- cult She 'dlscloxsd a transparent hit of emotional acting in tin- thlni not and her work on the whole unusually clovor. Harry Cornell in the character of John Storm wfts scarcely suited to the part, yet uevnr- Iholess his work was commendable. Miss Ethel Coolcy In tho role of 1'olly did not seem at home In the parf ot a mother who has her nhild taken from hor and put in -the care of some one else. Thc remaining parts wore smoothly taken. Tonight the great political pmy, "Tho Under- tone" will be presented and 1 would advise all Letbbridgu politicians to ho hand and'get a tuw pointers. Elaborate Scenic Equipment" Handsome Costumes Crowds at Star'and Crowded houses greeted Hie man- agement of this theatre yesterday, and those who attended treated to a program of quantity .and quality which will. certainly.-'add'auother link .In the long drain of Starland success- es.'- The bill consisted of comedy, drama and 'western subjects support- ed by a duet by Miss Richards and R E. Willis. The big lieaclliuer, "Jim Mahoney, the- Is in all prob-1. ability the host sensational picture ever shown. This film represents one of the 'most soul stirring events ever depicted, and strikes' all that tho sub- ject involves, the mail and the family. IT'S 100% PURE DECLIHE SUBSTITUTES Michener not Ready; Moyes Adjournment (Continued from front Rev. Sewiill, ni Wimiifred, held ser- vk'u Presbyterian duux-h Sun- Wednesday icr wt out the claims of tin: pro- vince. In Sir Wilfrid explained the delay o! his letter by stating thai hi: hud not ciirlk'C tail tlii: op- portunity to take Ihe mailer up with Mr. Oliver, bill that both Ihe late Minister of the Interior and hiniwlf agreed thai tlic question would con- slilutu a ot discussion without the "ledernl government at the time committing themselves to 'iiiiy distinct policy. Later Mr. Sit- ton lo. Air. Borden the same proposal and the present prem- ier replied that the matters would receive due consideration. Premier Sifton gave notice thai on he 'would introduce a day morning. to provide fur-raising-a loan on the revenue of the province. thy nature temporal1} Tliu body of Con. Sohm'er was found general Sunday morning on the road to his will be home and brought to town. Death is loan. supposed to due from heait faii-j. The Municipal Act Mr. Schiifer was bachelor 50' Attorney-General Mitchell introduc- y old, homestead ing IQ-IO, and ed a hill to regulate the speed of in. no relatives known in this vicinity, j lor vehicles, and the bill rcspoctiiifr ML. mid'aVrs. BnmU Smith enter- towns. The motor vehicle bill pro- A Waltham owper is always pfoud of the time his watch No one ever made a mistake in buying a Walthain. Over eighteen million in use, and not one, dissatisfied owner. To the who wants to mike witch i lifetime investment recommend the IfoMiim Colonial. It is as thin u it is ufe-to make a reliable watch. li is adjusted, cued at the and a timepiece of highest accuracy. Time You Owned a Waltliam." Setlll lor dCKllDtlvc hnoklet or virioun W.llhm. nnrnnenU. WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY, tained several friends inp dinner Thursday. Tin: members of the Auxiliary of the English church al Sunnyvale and their hiishnnds met with Mrs. Chas. at Thahlisgiv- vidus for a speed of nol more than f! miles per hour in municipalities and 20 miles an hour on. tlic public high- Bramley Moore gave notice of two Keene, Wednesday, Nov. and bills tie wished to introduce, one re- sneat a very pleasant and profitable snooting gophers and the other day. 'The next mourn.; no held specting agreements for tile sale with Mrs: .John U'hitfieid. Tlie, whole lands. family is invited to conic and spend, Attorncy-Ocnoral' Mitchell suhmil- tlie day. I ted tlie annual report of the boaiii of Tlic Young. People's Literary of the University of Al- ciation hclil their firsl meeting at berta. at Hall last Monday and elect- Petitions to incorporate 'the Colon- id officers and planned their w0rk for ial club, Calgary, and lo validate lie year: The next meeting will" be certain bylaws of Calgary were prc- ;Dec. i'lu'h sen tod by L. M. Roberts, and by .1. A very interesting musical program A. McDougall to incorporate the Em- LAST TIMES TONIGHT The best agnsational film ever "TIM MAHONEY, THE SCAB" See the Bjg Fire Scene Extra! WEDNESDAY Extra! A GOOD TURN The odd chance that saved the life of a desperate man. DEC, 12 and 13 WORLD'S BASEBALL SCRIES New Morris Theatre f Big Special Attraction THE MUSICAL KOLARSKYS Hungarian Musicians', direct 'from. Budapest, Hungary ROYER AND TRENCH Singing and Dancing'Comedians, two of the Best. RED CLOUD.'S SECRET A Beautiful Feature. Feet of Moving Pictures Every Number on ithe Program a Doors Open and 35c be is a-big cowboy'pro- duction showing tlie rolliclnng, care- free adventurous life of the ranchers on the western plains, full of the map and daah of the western life you .read about while you were a boy, and which you still read about "with the same in- terest, it' you like western pictures see this one. The comedy picture, 'Conquering is great. If, you enjoy a good do not miss.-this picture, ijs the "fast aikl furious A hour's cntertaiiiuient iwait's you a't'StaVland todsy. At the New Morrlj A Ing crdwtl witnessed one ofytlie best programs at this popular fa'mily theatre last night that has-been feeon n the'; city1 for some time: 'The Musi- cal Kolarskys are artists in theii- line and ivere recal'led time and- lasaih :on their JdfffeqpnJ! tgelection! I Royer and French-'arc'cDmecIians we! entire heu1'Hhe'o'f comedy so differen to'that usually seen, and..are in every respect high class, refined comecUana 'The pictures "dnly.have tq_ be seen t jvi-ove the class and (futility "tout ar< being shown. is being prepared "for a song service at Lindqiilst Hall Christmas !3ve. Alterat.ioas. are. being rapidly push- lure the Union understand club, Edmonton. The Speeches J. A. Cote in moving the address reply to the speech from the .throne, first referred to the honor conferred on him in being asked to make tilt first speech in the new buildings they were now occupying. ed in'H-ouglin's Hall to convert, it in- to suitable 'quarters Bank they contemplate pructiiig an _ Thc. hockey jjiayers have organized spot'c with pndc of ______ and arc rink built in the Canada now had as Gov-crnor-Gencr- Hoaglln H. E. A. Colp ancl al a member Of the royal family, and Roy among the chief the son of the late Qinn-n Victoria. old players Thc trunk roads outlined m wu have niid-thcTiew timber available the sjieech iiict with his most hearty we ought I o have, one of Uiu best appr0val. In the building of these he trams, for a town of 'our sixe in Al- advocated the use.-at prison labor. liulta- The promise of nrorc .railways for Mr. Perriri JJaKei: has discovered a Alberta, brought him the most pica- vein Of coal is Ondihg sure'oE-any portioii the speech, ready sale for ifc among his neigh- thrsc were .of the'gVpalesfc'import- An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to "any room, whether in the country or city home. No home is quite complete without Perfection; 03 Heater. It a necessity in the fall and spring, when it if too warm to start the regular heating apparatus, and too be without heat In the midst of winter it is often convenient MI an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold in a house. The enataded healer always present! a nice u the enamel will not tarnish or bum off. It is not an "enamel paint." but it U the same as tlie enamel of your cooling utenids. The Perfection is the most reliable and convenient portable beabng devke you can fini An automatically-locking Dime spreader prevents turning the wide high enough to smoke. RFECiriO Dukn wcmvlKK. Atk y roil Ihe Ptrtfaur (or d BOW ISLAND A BUSniNGTOWN BRIGHT BUDGET FROM THE "OLD GLORY" OF GENERAL INTEREST Bow Island, Dec. J. Brat- ton and son Lloyd went to Maclc'od :ind Spring Point Monday, for a Coil- ile of weeks' visit. Mrs. Roberts, of Spring Point, who lias been her guest tile past week, accompanied them. The "OldcTyine" Thanksgiving snp- )er and concert by tlic Ladies' Aid of tlie Melhodisl church, was a thor- ough success socially and financially. Miout was realized. Mesdames Brickluy and Funl; left the first of the week for an extended visit ut Lethbridgc. Mrs. Sidney P.cllamy, oi Sunnyvale, leaves Ibis week to spend Ihe winter with friend.-; in C'arievalc, Sask. Kev. M. Wriirht. preaclted a very able sermon at Lindituist Mall Sun- day evening to a congregation of about 150. i'is uiiliiecti was is she cood for Middlelon knew all about Hie murder. ave..told Mrs. Hill tHat she had seen, Unce, especially in'the north; where her murdered cousin's mitts lyinjj in now' Island .is to have another thousands of settlers' were pouring in a of .blood where lie was" niur- men's outfitting.slorc, Messrs. Spoon- on' the expectation of transportation dercd. Also that she knew that '.'Tip" er Kelly, of Calgary, having rent- facilities. .He hoped that the ed the of the building on the corner. oCMain.SI. and Hroad- way and 'expect to continence business about the middle of. this inonlii. i A meeting Of the W. C.-T. U. will be held in-Iho Presbyterian church Wednesday, UK 4lh, 3 p.m. Thc enterprising jeweller, B. L. Jamiesuii, has presented his friends But worst'of all, Mrs. Hill slates are as follows: Ma isiUvely, .that Mrs. Anderson w- L. Oiiimette, D. Ilyslop. .Coui lot's, H. G positi told her that she was kind of glad it happened. .She would be able to apply for life insurance, biit.if ui, ias presene s rens f n. ,ot the new buiidinp; and the.attend- with a cftdalOffiic .worthy of a c ty the r n. J tt rif iirpinmr n f. i lin of Winnipeg. Stratford will vote on reducing li- censes from IB to 10. Wnt. J. Downey was shot'and, hod- y wounded by Samuel Jqliymore, who resented n remark made while ;hey were at a madhouse near Ha li- ar.- NO QE SICK STOMACH was ttot( far'... distant when Aliief.ta would get from tho Dominion the poii- trol Of hpnuRtural resources. The Seconder Dr. Campbell ia seconding the reply said tbt speech outlined a program pi jsllc get that much, she interest to all parts of the province, jwonld at least get That He touched briefly on tile occupancy mi'i'ls of the police -is .tlte strong- est evidence yet found, and it will be used against -the accused at' tlio 'ini-. pending trial. H is quite likely that Chief Gillcs-: Pic and Detective. Egiln will'he called to Calgary as witnesses in the case, although'the sworn of the women is practically all iho.iiitorin-i- tion which the police here are in po.s- m of. Taken with the evidence contained in the letter from "Tip" Middleton to Anderson, the evidence ance of the preuiiur at the. corona- tion. Speaking of the newly estab- lished experimental farms, he said that they prove1 of great bene- fit, to the farming community. lie approved of the leaching of agricul- ture in the sclfool rather than the es- tablishing of an agricultural1 college at the present time. This, however, would ho a necessity for tnc near tuture. Will Assist Immigration The winning of the world's cham- pionship trophy in Ihe Dry Farming Congress this year at Colorado Springs, and the coming of the Con- gress next year to Lethbriilge would GAS, HEARTBURN, DYSPEPSIA AND 'MISERY IN-STOMACH VANISHES Take, your sour, otit-of-order atom- "maybe you call it 'Indigestion, assist' immigration 10 Alhcr- Gastritis or Catarrh The asylum at I'oiioka and Ihe It doesn't at Lctlihridgc were two excellent trouble, right with you to institutions and highly creditable to 'the province. The railway'policy of government was 'Onu of the north toniach tomach onr Piharmaeist and ask him to open 50-cent case of Pipe's Diapopsin nd let you eat one 22-grain Trlan- ule and see if within'five minutes lere is left any trace of your former ilsery. The correct name for yo.ur trouble Food souring; taken hack to 'by. 'Sergl. The mt'mbei's of. the school t< board arc George Simpson, C, Brar- .en. J Full Field at Coleman i Colcman, Alia., Dec.'. Mayor, incil- fioodeve, W. Mohns- toa, J. J. Johnson, E.'. Knowk'S, H James, Harry Smith, .J. Answorthi W..Fraser, J. Swinn. School trustees, H. Clark, J. S. Pazcr, J. Nasworth. Tucker1 will' play an important na'rt in the prdiniinary A London despatch notes.that Bon- ar Law's naino is pranoiincTd Bonnet. as well as foj- the south. The policy of trunk roads was One that was out- lined by tlie premier in his first campaign after accepting office. It would be of great benefit, especially Digestive organs become Parts of Ihe south of Ihe province. i is lack ot gastric juice; your lie advocated a trunk road from the ' is only hilf digested, and yourwaters of Athabasca' to Next" in Alberta Towns (Continued from Conteit at ClareiKolm Claresholjn.'Dec. mayoralty went to Normnn Holmes bv acclama- Tlie three new councillors will be cnnsen [ron] Mcssrs u. Van Hornc, ioth, C. W. .ley, Try TbUPinei "Sixteen of Cough Syrap" A Family Supply soc, ftivlng QulckMt H.mrfy You UMd or Money A cough remedy that you cnl B guarunteerl to, give ults than anything: elae. Is surely, worth' ryiiiR. And emu tual mill show jou why Pinex ia used, in more In the tJ. S. and Canada than any othir cough Vou will be pleasantly? surprised tr the takes right hold of a cough'ilv- slmdst Instant relief. 'It will usually equaled fer prompt reiults ID whoopinj cough. A 50-cent bottle of Pinex, when mixed with' home-made "Jgar syrup, 'makes fllx- teen of the bent cough remedy ever Easily prepared In five m In- In package. The tiete Is take'It wllllncly. 'Stimulates the appetite and is Hightly .excellent tures.' Splendid for croup, hoaroeneis, 'asthma, bronchitis and 'other throat troubles, and a highly successful remedy for incipient June troubles. Pinex a special and hjglily concen- trated compound of Norway extract, rich In-gualacoj and other nat- ural healing pine elements. Simply mix with sugar or strained honey, a IS-oz. bottle, and It is ready for Pfnex has often been Imitated, L but never successfully, for nothing else will produce the same results. The genuine! guaranteed'to give absolute tlon or money, refunded. Certificate' ot guarantee is wnipped in each package. Tour druggist hns Ptnex or will gladly get It for you. if not, icnd to The j Co., Toronto, OnL Thursday night. Thc How island or- chestra iiu'iiishcd the music. Mrs .S. Crea anfl Gladys, left for Montann Kriilay for a visit, will: pation, pain in glooplessncss, belching gas, 'biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness or innny other symptoms. If your appetite is fickle and nothing you, or you belch gas, or if cst booms the could fcr nn the province. After a brief discussion of the acoustic properties, Mr. Michener mored the adjournment of the debate. In a raid on Frisco's Chinatown, j fnmpnign' to put an end to the opium opium were broken i open and 310 users of Iht- drug were [UTCxlL-iI. Tho raid, M'SIK Hoard o' PharniH''v in traffic in California. Wrn. C'arter.-nnur, and -feed mnr- chnnt of Giiclph. dt-ail in his nnd Smith havo built an atKyou t'oel hloatcd after eating, or youi dition ro liarber shop and will put in up-io-rlate bath fixtures. and Miss Mr. and Mrs. I-Iucltjurt moved out to their homestead, abo'-i 10 miles south, en Saiir.-dav. stomach, you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there- is hut one of undi- gested food. Tlic Iwal telephone svsiem is ali to (that your stoinarh JR List n) work.nj; order wnh M.s.s thc; Pnarl JJurihiir) girl ami hondqiinrlets nl WilmoTs confei'iion- ury. Thc? nf St. Andrew's church iirr1 niiiiiint: [iljitis for n after I.cut. ad ae any; is nothing really wrong, Stop tliis fermentation and begin cat- Ing whfi! you want without fear of disco in fort or.misfjry; J Almost iiiKtant relief Is waiting for yo.i'. It. JH merely n imittnr of how soon you ,Uke a lilUe DiHuepsiu. Forging Chain of Evid- ence in Murder Case (Continued from front tinge) arising from fear that the Hill wo- man would tell Ihp rhicf ahout Ihe cnnvcr.safion which had takpn I'laco lic.f wpcn the l.wo.woinsn.'- And Mrs. Hill has (old some tilings which arc calculated lo work norm llu the Anderson's. She. is s PARTY DRESSES AND FANCY VESTS Laok like 'when French dry cleaned by us. This pro- cess removes every dirt and does not injure the material. French dry clean. Ing of the finest goods our specialty and we thoroughly understand our. hustnest. us show you. Mill ardtrs given curcful prompt itttr.tlon. Wi at, big out of town Crown Cleaning Works to pMltt Church 474 ;