Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TliiirKday, i' 1012 1'liJB LK'IMIKKMXJK DAILY IIKHALP ILLUSTRATED LECTURE Subject: Canada and Her Resources At KNOX CHURCH TONIGHT by Rev.A.G.Cajneron Admission 25c fr Notice To Ratepayers I have opened com- mittee rooms in the Stafford Block W. D. L. Hardie Have Your Christmas Photos Made By La Feitz All the newest styles and fads in photography Studio over Good Company's grocery TODAY Great Mid-Weak Including A Western Coquette' A NOVEL DRAMA Warwick .Weekly Gazette OTHER GOOD COMING FRIDAY AND SAT-" URDAY-, DEC. 13th 14th The Sensation of the Film World 'The lion's Revenge' Yea, wo know that It will lie here on Friday .the 13th, but we arc not superstitious, nor do we believe in "Jonah" days. But we do believe thut this, will bo Llio greatest sensation we have ever been privileged to exhibit here, und you also, will believe us too, after you have seen it. Remember the Date and Don't Miss it THE DYING OFFICER'S LAST THOUGHTS SEEMED TO DWELL ON AWFUL SEA TRAGEDY New Yorlc, Dec. Archibald Gracie, U. S, A., retired, one the two men who actually went down in the vortex when the Titanic sank last April, and who ascribed his escape from death to a miracle, died today in his apartment in the Hotel St. Louis. Though his death is credited to a complication of diseases, his physi- cians, and his wifo and daughter, who were with him 'whe-n lie died, believe that Col. Grade's death resulted, from the effects of the Titanic disaster. During his brief illness, Col. Gracie talked continually about the sinking of the Titanic, recalling the tremen- dous battle he had fought fw life, when he was gripped in the swirling waters of the foundering steamer; and the last night, while In the de- lirium, he called cut repeatedly; ac- cording to his daughter: ''We have got to get them all into the boats. We must get them into the boats." Col. Gracie also told thriliingly of his sensations while he was under- neatli the surface of the sea, in the great vortex caused by the sinking i ship. Mr. Gillespie's Meeting Well Attended Ex-Chief Says He is Qualified Tlie Lothbrldgo Prbgrejslvii Parti- had their Innings in this Majestic Theatre last night audience which Illlsil the auditorium to thrco- ritinrtors of its capacity. S. W. Tuck- well occupied the chah- and made it Ills business to roast the Herald for not detailing in full certain unin- telligible remarks made; by unruly parties at Tuesday night's meeting. Joseiih GillcBpie appeared on the scene and defended his work as chief of police, making It a Biienlal point of going after C. B. In con- nection with bis operations in con- ducting the finance matters of the city. Mr. Gillesple wenj, on to Im- press the andlence that he possessed business ability despite all arguments to the contrary, and read from a copy of his annual -report to tbe council on police matters for certain reforms which lie suggested but which he alleged'were Ignored. What he begged and asked for was refused and given to another man. Mr. Gillcspie did not say much about his platform but left that to his col- leagues, Mr. McCambly and Mr. Mc- Nabb. In closing tbe candidate advo- cated an Industrial policy and said no master who was elected he trusted every support would be given In help- ing to build up a greater Lelhbrldge. Donald McNabb did not contemplate winning the election In the kilts aivd the bagpipes. (Loud Mr. McNabb made an excellent lighting speech in which be drew attention to battering conditions in connection with the work done from time to time in the various civic works. He also made it quite clear that he was not a labor candidate but the repre- sentative of the ratepayers of North Lethb'fidge. In'a and Im- partial manner the indus- trial question and suggested means whereby improvements could be mad-s along tbis line. Dr. Levering. W. D. L. Hardie and other candidates also addressed the meeting, representing largely address, es delivered at previous meetings. J "The Lion's Revenge" With reference to the production of "The Lion's which is book- ed to be Ehtfwii at Starlaud on Dec. and 14, the critic of the London, Lug., says the following: "The production of 'The Lion's Re- which was shown at a private exhibition, at the Marble Arch Cinema Palace, last evening might well be re- ferred to aa a wild animal tragedy. Nowadays there is no apparent limit to the scope erf the motion picture camera, for this production is ono thai will simply stagger an audience with it's daring sensationalism. It is possible, we ask in awed wonder, that. i man will dare what the tumor of these lions dares? He looks to the audience as if he 'were flirting with thn very jaws of death, aptly symbol- by the Jaws of a fierce Hen, the lion in this particular picture being the finest specimen of the king of the desert we have ever seen. "The photography is perfect, and beyond al! praise, here and there the figures standing out with stereoscopic distinctness. The Lion's Revenge' as shown in this Him is bound to be pop- ular with any audience, for in these days of spurious feature films it is refreshing to see a genuine i'eatuve which keeps its prnmiER to the aud- H.-IICP by being- markedly better than the average so called feature produc- MR. CLEMENTS' WHARF POLICY Ottawa, Dec. Clements, of Comox-Atlin, has notice of a re- solution declaring that in British Col- umbia, and in other portions of the Dominion, where similar conditions exist, the construction of [wharves should be by day labor, under the su- pervision of district engineers, and that, as many whurves are in frequent need of repair, and new wharves are often required, the money for wharf construction should ho voted oj> Par- liament in a lump sum, sufficient to meet all the needs of the country. INTERESTING FACTfe: BROUGHT OUT IN HOUSE ABOUT C. P. R. MELON CUT CANADIAN PREMIERS SPOKE AT CANADIAN CLUB BANQUET AND SAID NOTHING Ottawa, Dec. new light was ihrown upon the issue by 'the C. P. R. or last Scp- j tember. by questions asked in the J Commons ibis even fas by Mr. W. F. j MacLeaii, of York. Mr. MacLcj'.n naked as to the part which the government played in the transaction by whifh the company is- fcr what the speakers did not suy; j sued the ad-diiional If the com-1 llievc- 'was not a single direct or hail made application, asking reference made to the naval ivith Sulpli nyjiig such pre- [s-nubli! or making It. s Wtn ovei-fonic "jy M! Cotniiany of Xuw need on the market aiion of Sage, com- ur and other vtilu- r (luiiilriiff, itching' scalp, and thin, fjiliin? hair. The licauty ot the tlcpends mere on ;f.c rich, cxx-ii shading than riso. Pon'r have dry, horsh fr.dpfl hair, when a Eimple, harmless remedy will bring back the color in .1 few tiay-s; and rton't lie tormented with dandruff, itchin? scalp and loose, fall- Inp and Sniphur Kalr Remedy will quickly correct thos-i troubles ar.ii give colcr. strength snj beauty to ycmr hair. Get o fifty battle from your loiiay. provo this to i yr-ur rstiifactlon. j rull it, iir.der thai llic without the kno'wltdgc or consent oC the government, and if the communica- tion by the company and the govern- ment between the filing of application and October 20, 1IU2. the date of the meeting of the C. P. It. shareholders at Mr. White, In reply, stated ibat ap- plication had been made to the ornmcnt by the C. P. R. for the sanc- tion of proposed increase of par value of ol the authorized share capital of the company. The -first communication with regard to the matter v.-ag addressed to the Prime Minister, and came from the presi- dent of the company, Sir Thomas Siiaughneasy. The application made by the company was not passed upon by the government. Tim government, said Mr. White, understood the com- pany had increased Us share capital by par value, on tbc nuth- crity of Section, chapter 35-ao and pp. Victoria, The 'government was informed of tlic intention the company to make this increase. Sir Thomas Shaugh- ncsay had verbally informed the Prime Minister cf the intention of tbe com- pany to issue cngh money by robbery to Iteep them i-n supplies, along the route cf several hundred miles they intend eel to travel. After covering'seventy miles of their proposed journey the highwaymen ran out of gasoline, and pawned a robe to obtain sufficient money to come to this city. The night of their ai-rival they ;held up a store- keeper, obtaining and Webber re- turned to Didsbury ,to bring on. She machine, in order that the me-n might continue their journey. Webber was scared away, and re- turned without tlie car, only to fall into the hands of tbe police heTe. His two companions wore also cap- tured about the same time. When the nien started on their trip they were heavily" armed, but were without funds. THREE MEN STARTED OUT TO EMULATE AUTO BANDITS BUT HAD NO MONEY Calgary, Dec. confessed highwaymen, who started from Ed- monton on an "auto bandit" tour to rhf- Pacific Coast Saturday, are lodged in jail here, with their stolen motor car stalled at Dldsbury, thirty ffiiies north ol Calgary. They are Kaytnond Webbar, Pcder- !clc Dunu, and F. Reevts. The men confcEsed to having, robbed a grocery stcve here on Tuesday night, find are of having blown a safe in llio C. X. .11. depot at last robbtira planned to make DRAINING NATION'S MANHOOD London, Dec. yesterday issued a decree calling up for service all the men in the country capable cf bearing arms, according to a'news agency despatch, from Sofia. Xmas Photos That Are GUARANTEED TO PLEASE YOU IN EVERY DETAIL TISE 906-3rd Ave. South. Beside Baptist Church sum CURES COUGHS fr GO TO THE International Caf< SOS-oth Street South For your Fruit, Candies, Cigars and Meals. Cafe now open under new management. Best meals in town for the money. Come and give us a trial If we please you, tell others, If .we don't please you, tell us. Our ilotto: "Quality and Quantity." Try our Sunday Dinners, strictly a la carte. niEODORE IIOESSLY A. G. MILLS, I'ropriclor Manager.