Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday. December fi. 1913 TITE LETIIBRinGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Monday Another WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT i A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE "Indigestion and practically all forms cf trouble are, uinu times out of ten. due lo there- fore- stomach sufferers should, when- ever possible, avoid food iJu.f IB acid In its uuture, or by j chemical action in tbu stomach de- velops such j arc plearant to tlio tj-ste as well as those which aio rich in btooj. flesh mid nerve bull Jinx jji'Qi'trlies, This'is thy reason why dysueiAks and stem- ach sufferers are usually thin, cina. Mr. Atkin Came Back at Mayor Krom Front I'jj? ''Sanclirronious I e :ilf u J ra u leri zed M a j or Hard EC'S stale-meals made lu iLmim's hull the s octal evil as so gaticlttncmcv.is say- ing that ine Mayor was merely trjhig WHAT THE PAESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS bn'ew iiolliing about the sut-iul. evil Best Programme in the City ling onv "Walk Over'' shoes l is an umlisimied fact that the j will; be given to the hclilcr of the house of are (lucky coupon, donated Ly thc.Iloyal olher than what he had rend in a few bcofcs, while he the vtry best dnss of'Store, "sole agenlB In Leihlridge for vaudeville and pictures ever is; the Over" your tily. For the haH of coupons, anil have thetti with you on spent yoars of his life- .in rilie very un-: ucekf another capital _prbaramuic "'111 partlcubrly neat and piecing act. fill of bisurntetl magnesia In n Httio hot- or cold, water. Thle will neutral- j ize any acid which may be present Mhteh may by formed, anil instead of 1 tlie usual of unc.islhefs aud I illness, find that yciJr j crowd wlien iie asked a coiiplc of mTuJ you, cnly ns. tut questions 1 ans- Questions to Answer "Can il be. possible in Tlie headline, styled Ruff House -AS the name Implies, creates a considerable lot of fun at the expense 'of a school teacher, and during the time (hey are on tho stage city like l assuredly please the spectator. Sev-, ;rees with vou perfectly. Hisurated hethbridge that a man holding ;t posi-'eral musical.numbers are introduced, magnesia Is doubtless the for-i j lion with the dly has taken splrituo-js] making the act very attractive, jorrccllvo. and antacid known. H haj i 1 tutors' into the Children's Home for] An added feature 'will be the nre- 10 direct action of the stomach; ir.it i the purpose of conutniuatlnn the j semmcni of one thousand feet cf iy neutralizing the acidity of the. food charges under llio care.of Mrs. Curry" film showing the progress and manu- .-ontents. and llius removing the Does Mayor llardtc know It? lie has! facluru of the famous "Walk Over" i-hoe. Coupons will be given at each performance, and on Wednesday even- burce of the acid Irritation which iu juot spent five minuter In the Child- lames the stomach lining, it rcn's Hcmcin the whole year." Iocs more than could bo! n tab. by w or ieine. As a of Feast of Good Things at the Empress 'Undoubtedly one of the very best frholo-plays ever exhibited in this city Is "The Lost Million at re." which will bo shown for 'positively the last time today, at this home of the best. Sel- dom, Indeed, Is It thai a picture play taken as a whole IB so perfect. The scenery and effects are thoroughly in keeping with "the very clever and In- teresting story, whilst tho avling IB absolute pfcrfeelioa, aud all habitues ot-plciura niEss this yreat drama will a really vworth while" offering. "Hill" is an amusing comedy drama of a dilatory messenger who has a remedy: for anything that comes to hand, "and whose glaring carelessness of budincES proves the means of sav- ing bia master's" credit. "The Grocer's.Revenge" is a great farce In" which tbo undoing of the atlngv man is brought about with the R genuine thriller. aid of a elove and a pound of i-utier in a most laughable" way, and "The (iallcplng Borneo" js oae of the fun-' alest elopmeut pictures ever "The Railroader's Warning" is a splendid offering of the best class and was greatly appreciated, On Monday a great production, "Saved by tho Knemy." by the Edi- eon Co. will bo the headliner. Splendid Cam edict at the- Bijou A nrntrrnmma today as been prepared by the management of the Bijou that will appeal to all tastes. Tho comedy end bas been exceptionally well looked after by the two screams "Two .Men and a Mule-" end "Oh. Such a Rolh are a hearty laugh-from beginning to entl. Tho popular Gauniont Graphic un- folds 'before the audience the late news o[ the world' In a most enter- taining form. One Tnust admit-that it. is HOQIO stunt to take a. man from a running automobile to an aeroplane. Yet it Is dono and is plainly shown in the pic- lure. This it; but one of the features that goes lo make this production Matinee Dally Af 2-30 Sherman Theatre Twlca Nightly Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday WITH DAILY MATINEE Harry Howell The Juggling Harddigs THE BOYS WITH THE OLD STRAW HATS Wilbur and Harrington COMEDY SINGERS AND ____ DANCERS SOCIETY ENTEflTAINER Schoen's Ruff House Kids IN CLEVER MUSICAL COMEDY Extra Added Attraction 1000 feel bf Educational Film, showing the Manufacture of the Famous "Walk-Over" Shoe. Illuttnllnj the wonderful progress of thisi Industry.. Coupons with each admission. Drawing on Wed- nesday evening after first performance for one pair "Walk-Over" Shoes, donated by SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE Mr. appeals to the elect- ors for their voles'on Monday. dnilt that I .cannot see the sense of osing an inflamed, auti irritated tomach with Jruga instead of getting id o! llio cause of -ill the rouble. Get a little Msuralcd. is from your druggist 'eat wlnt ou want tio.tl meal "take >me of tho btaurated magnesia as. 3cted above, and see. if I'm r'ot the wording, of.; the Mr. J. T, English, who presided, re- Chief of .PoJJcp o'ut. and' what he knows abouV the. Mayor's In- uSj the, control of that district. Is It possible Uid our police force a police-sergtant who reprimanded a' constable for not directing a man lo the That is a question' and like to liavo it answered. i think. Mayor he were wise, would ah In- vestigation in this ir.atter." startling'insinuations came at the close of the address. While "they were slaggcritijj.'jllicy "were effective. Jtev. Mr., Atkin had sti-. down but was-called back, and in answer to ilagrath, Dec. annual meet- the appeal to say mere iie iiBfcijj.life i fas ol the Woman's luslitulo Was.helj utiestionf, intimating that )Vednesday. December 3, in the Vancouver, when Hurdle's knowledge of the wortings-orj Town 'hall, when llic election of offi- inlclpnl engineer, tendered departments Vas siictr as tfouM jeers for IDH resulted as follows- Pre- uc-h'pf shieiit, Mrs. B. L. first vice- dress the; j las. Anderson; second OT ENOUGH WORK QUIT THE JOE Vancouver. Dec. llio rst instance-on record oE. afpublic his-position because duties we're lob occurred 'eiinesday in ihu municipality of Mill c municipal' engineer, tendered departments Vas s.ich slgnalton for that reason. Mr. AJle- i m out is in receipt of a salary of S30CQ annum, and was formerly engineer r the city of Vancouver. -In his let- r to the council he gave no reason r the courEO he was adopting btiirr an that' there vas not sufficient irk for him to do. .Sfler the council had somewhat rc- vcreil from their astcnlshment. ii a agreed to take time to consider strange and unparalleled proposi- n, that a public official should, job because lie does not think he earning his salary, the Herald to state that through a mEslafce lie curtailed the speeches of Messrs. Hatch mid Frayne leii minutes.- It was unintentional and lie deeply regretted IL" Too much praise cannot be given Mrs. Jensen, the president, for her im- tiring efforts, and the same can be said of all 'the officers vrho work with her. The have accomplish- ed a great deal in the year 1913, and hope to. Turn- assistant secretary-treasurer, Mrs.'' nill.be tt.9 raalu feature, also Santa Claus.will be.there. The same even- ing there will be a dance for the grown up's, and refreshments Trill be served. MAYOR'IN OREGON Troutdale, Ore., Dec, aud (he west won another woman mayor when .Mrs. Clara L. Larson, daughter of the lato Joseph l.atcurelle one of the rjiost prominent ptoueers cf Oregon, was elected head of the Troutdolc town government, with only five votes to spare. Her opponent was S. A. -Edmunuson. the mas-or-elecl, has been Ions Identified held la the.: EleclrJo.pThealre on _De- ,-witli women's clubs'and'civic organ- ccraber' 30. under tic direction of Ihe izations. Oregon now has two'women Institute. A decorated .Ghri el mas Ire e I mayors. THE STORY OF SAN TOY Mrs., director, Mrs. A. Metcherv organist, -Mrs.-1 speeches of tho oilier gentlemen their regular and Mrs. H Mayor Hatch declared" that, in spite of slalemMva to' thd cohlfary. he had never personally profiled by the know- ledge lie had gained 'in, piiblic life; Me had to give hia best !tn the cily, and record.he ,'wns williiiK-to rest his chances elec- tion on Monday. T LESS MEAT, ALSO TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS BEFORE EATING BREAKFAST man or woman who eats meat larly ran make a nifalafce by hing tlie kidneys occasionally, a R wfrll-known nulliorlty. Meal uric acid wMch excites (he s, they become over worked, from Flrahi, got sluggish and fall 'to T tho waste poisons from the j'd. ilien wo col sk-Ji. Nearly ail imatlEin, headaches, liver trouble dizziness, stoeplessroas urlvary dlsotdera come frora slug- kidneys. i lie moment you feel a dull acfie id kltJnt-ys or your back hurls or If urine is cloiuly; offensive, full of niftnt, irreyular of passage or at- by H sensation of scalding, eating meat anil gel about fo-jr is. ol Jfld Sails from any nharrn- Uka ti lablcspoonfnl In a glass .aler beTore breakfast ami In a days your kidneys will act fine. foni OUR pfllts Is ninrle from the of grapes ami lemon Jntcc. coin- 1 with Utliia, ana" has been ustd ;encrations to flush and stimulate also to noiilr.ilFr.e the in urine EO it no longer causes lion th UK ending blaJrler ueak- 1 Salts 13 I and cannot c; makes a delightful cffervts- litfauvwalcr drink which every- fake nou- and then to keep Jdnoya clean and active and the pure, thereby serious y coinnllcAtlons. For sale by JHginbolham Co, drug- FriefM tot 40 rtlM for Crwf A r Cwr> .J Kx-Ald. sohi'e.timo de- fending the- n'aat Councils he lind figured, .giving-: figures :.of .Vu rales to show that, they nol .bcon as had beRrt'cIi'arged.' He tlaim-i that tho.ptoper management of the waterworks department, Ihe tales io Ihc onlUiary.'Conauniers..can be en I in and yd a profit llc tiellcvca lhaUthe C. P. Hr should pay trie fame anybody'else, or else Ilifi be matte tip nut of direct taxation and not charged wholly to the water-UEcrs; Ex-Aid. "King a Hit "Kx-Ald. King maitp.a hit.' SOI after the right away, and handled them iin- incrclfully that the crowrl caughl on right awny [hat Mr. King was In rare form-- Ho slated pasL'adjiiinisirstlons and r-lty officials whom he-considers Incompetent to liia heart's content, and the crowd gave hinra measure of applause that aUmulated him to great- er eftorU. JIo i Ms stop by slep. Ho did not tiling ihcre was nincli doiibt aboiil tlic lie liml -'cm all scared. Alcf. Wlllianiton Williamson.- .iii place of Mr, Once oncn tnore covered his Klam] In (Ms election. He believes ilial men cf business experience le elected to iTio fmincll, hla reason being th.il tho 'engineer slate, If elected, mlghl give too miicli tho not enough business. He wns Ihc economy man, he said, had voted against ttie aldermrinlc nti'd had aleo voted ngalnit throwing away of Iho people's money on tho If Ability insurance deal. As a busiLctg ruan, pure nad simple, Vcm.lloxi1, a of the first class, hasVdaughter, San Toy, famed for her beauty an3 accomplishments. Tlie Emperor, having heard of orders San Toy to tie sent to Pehin to be enrolled in the court bodyguard, a barid of. women. Yen How, having other aspirations for his daughter, deter: mines to diEgulEc San Toy as a boy, arid sends word tp.Pekin that he lias a son, ;iot a daughter.' Yen How departs on a political mission; "and San Toy is entrusted to the rare of_Blngo Preston, an Kngilsh ofHcer. His son Bobby, teaching San Toy English, falls in.iove with her, proposes and is accepted. Fo Hop. u Chinese student, also iu Jove .with San Toy and equally desirous ot marrying, her, is a few unpleasant and departs vowing vengeance. Yen How returns to claim his and aske Mr. Preston to share 'Inf1lllut.e hfave Ibo-hoapiUHly of the. full moor, feast; which tlie' mandarins arc preparing to b -j, A, thanks, iwas givt-n the. re- tiring of'icers, Mrs. director, rcsncctively; am1, they. honorary members. Much, business was gone though. Tlie treasurer's report: was read. and 1. f total of f24E handled durlng-th'e" year and at prcacnl have In the'lank, ,Qn Hands and Arms, Broke Oiitih FineRash; HadtoGivsllpWprk, Coaid Nqf'Rest.r'Cuticura Soap and Ointnient.Cured, 'u'' Iximhanljr, for Uo >-fhr? itUh ou my handf and .M first my niod-Wko in a fino clftboralc- accepts Lbut a messenger arriving from Pehin Today EmpreSS Today Lost Millionaire lOne of Ihe btst ever In thlt city. MONDAY SAVED BY THE ENEMY. A WONDERFUL PRODUCTION BIJOU THEATRE Today THE L.AUQHIEST COMEDIES YET "Two Men and a Mule" "OH, SUCH A NIGHT" 'War's Red Ruin' A Drama of the Balkan Wjir Showing War Alrshlpj in Action tUumont't British Graphic An Animated Newspaper of Un- Roller Skating AT Cosy Roller Rink Sessions, Skating, 2.30 to 5.00 Sessions, Skating to'.10.00. Sessions, Dancing, lp.00 to 12.00 ADMISSION FREE TEMPLE, CITY. .BAND. EACH SESSION despatches from the Emperor to .Yen How, upsels his plans, 1n the despatch .tlie Timpcrcr .Informs -hira that-lt Is known that lie has a daughter, and to sbnd. lier immediately tb I'efciu, under.pain of b'eing'cut In a thoueand pieces if Ji'c'rc'fuEcs. Tlicrciipon Yen How dcclilnl to send San Toy to the Kmoeror. Having, despatched his secretary. Lf.'to court to tell tlio Emperor Yen lluw- has no ratlnjr complicates matlers. aa San Toy arrives at I'cliln before the secretary, and Li is condemned, to die at cocfccroiv neit morning for his .falsehood. L I.f, anxloys to escape Ills Fontcr.ce, Is helped by Dudley, Poppy's maid, to elude IhD. fiiiardF1. ;.-U, ntislaklng the maid fcr nn English lady ot rank, lias ;lier. At the last momeiil Kmpcror kestows San Toy on Jlobbie Preston, Yen Ifon is raised'to Ihc rank of'Viceroy, and LI receives the Dudley. Thcabcitc is but a vcrj- brief syn- Here, luo. tlie socie'iy expects to of MX play, uhicli only makes make 3 hit. Co'nditctor Kobcils has lo ilie most oulslancling fig- bm" a of-malc voices who iircs of Ihc nlol. There is more than wl1! dul> lo latlics in front of them and some double the number mentioned alwe wonderful hiriuonj1 has taking interesting minor'parts inills- his painstaking efforts. olil nndburnlnfc irfrofoltail I had to scratch'till far hands and arnsUcil anil Eland 10 put. tficm In pcnsible lo (lie thread 61 thsstbry.! Here is a fill cast of Ihc charac- ter. 1 lo Tho LcllibrMgc pro-jtcrs, nol-' including llic cliorislcis post to give the. plaj1 In (is entirety -Yen ,S3. Young. ivJicn'ttiej- stage it at. tfic Majestic! Hobby I'rfsion-JIr. (1. B. Fleming. next. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday-! Sir Hiujo Kranii Wad- tvcnings. Xol only the most princi- tlington. pal characlets and all, Vred minor parts .ind details havo been I Harvey Tutkcr-Mr. II. A. iS'lchol- given careful attenltai. Fn sftaic cftccl somslhitij; thai has pvo up my work. Tficn It spread slloc'r 1 mild no! nslafnltfit iti Ibo Itcd clylhra would Irritnto thepniju'lnn ovcry lino nouidMIr or uiavo my hands.' tried t'olwalrninUKHnnpcach'afalf Irl.il they failed to euro Rtw Iho advertisement In paptr atout .Ciltlcura .Soap and Omlmcnt so t Mnl for d 1 >K'gan to Uffi Ihtni wllh very Illtro hot (o my surprise I found rcikf froal tho TCry' nrst- I wasted my lunils In itaim Cullcur'i Snip and U.-fel ihrm rWtSi. tlicn 1 init llio Cullcuu Ointment on and liandajcil tlica ullh soft rlolh. I uMj'l.o ot tt.a Cilllcura nlnlmeiit llio Cullcum Soap them Jtfady for tni) months find tnltrely turrU (.'jfgn-jy Mnt Helena K. 17, loij. A Mkcof Soap Una" twi .of Cutlrura.Olnlrnrnl Bro tuffclcjit Tlicn ill cIso liai Sold by. and everywitif6. taciplo of "ch injllwl :itllli 32-p.' stla HooV. poil-carJ 1'oltor Drug ClKK. not hcfn or equalled here_____ is_ tl.i.e- society claims iot "San Toy. Ami nnolhcr department o' the. play that tne .society is verv, proud of is .the. excellence of Its choiusj es- pecially Its pretty It is a lor- tunatc amateur operatic society that claim holb beauty anil ability in the forward line- of ifs chorus.ranks anil not only the society, but I.cthbridg'c at large will have reason to Ifel proud of ils feminine talent when San I Toy is over.' I IJllt gills o( the CnOTU9, JWoiilil'C t i, l. the boys 7 Jaequ son: Klcli.inl llincls. .San Dorothy Yoiing. ifnrvcy. K, ,f. 'Kchl. Fo Hop-Mr. K. 0. Ciuilhaulf. Sing Hi-Mr, (tl Hohinson. Ko Agnes Dowjjclt. x Wun Snell.- .Wai !Io-Mf.- Hall. llu l'i-Mr: KVcd 'Dowtifr, jr. Wives Yen.llov.---.MIctc: Klhclyn Stilt, Gllicspie, Wright- and Hen'dric. Body (luard Dow- Olive Diser A GRACEFUL SUIT IN VELVET AND CLOTH-Sklrt in while clolh, Majestic Theatre Dec. 11-12-13 CHARMING CHINESE OPERA PliESE.NTEO The.Lelhbridge Operatic and Dramitlc Society, Three Nlghti Commencing' next SIXTY-FIVE PEOP.IE 75c, Boxes Sale at the Keiiiiy Allin Driig- Book Store Stratford city council voted (or school extensions. Rev. Loo Blegcll, In of tlio R. C. parish at New Oermany, died (rom heart disease after five- hours' "Tness at.Formosa, aged 26. A Core for Drunkenness Within the Reach of Ail That Alcoholism, is Q discaco Is now by Science, man In his senses brltigB disgrace and riiin oa himself and family' through choice. "Aloura stops the craving for drinK, builds up tho system, .steadies Ih9 nerves. It la guaranteed to ciire or, beneftl or money refunded" after a fair (rial, Alcura No. 1. can he given fecrelcly by any wife or mother want- ing lo restore a flcsr on.S to health and usefulness. Alcura Xo. 2, is tho voluntary Can be had at our store only. per, box, for our.free booklet bout Alcura. C.o, Lfmlled, M j. Donald. dlati rcd'vslvet with a toi collnr. Lelhbrldss, Alberla.