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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta For Boys Illustrated Talk At Boy's Sunday Club Y.M.CA. SUNDAY AFTERNOON At p.m. A Holiday Present That Will Last a Lifetime A Photograph is at nil times a prized asset, awl as aholiday gift is most aecepUldc. Tisc's J'lioloKraphs aro the result of (ho best cITorts in attaining the best perfection possible. Jf you want photos come at once us the time is very limited and we do not want to disappoint any one. Tise Third Ave., beside Baptist Church Free to -every Boy in Leth- bridge over 12 years. T_J YMN-SINGI.N'Ci, according to Plot Is exciting and vivid. THE 'GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM, INCLUDING M Feud in the -Kentucky Hills" A Vigorous "Biojraph" Drama TODAY OTHER 3 COMING NEXT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Wild Animal' Si'niitffn.. Tlie lion's Donaldson Line Direct Service CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS I1.-. Large.new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montroal and Glasgow every Saturday parry- ing One Clasi cabin and Third- .Clais passengers.' 'CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St.' John, N.8.. Dec 12th and 15th, LOWEST RATES UF-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure.Uie best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam- ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, Many oth George 'neruard Shaw, is a er fi-ne films are also being shown or most commendable the same program. when the tune is a jolly one. 'Ami Special arrangements hav0 been .it would sec that in a certain Albert made by the management of Starlant .Hall meeting .that is writ large in for a series of. exceptionally at the annals of the Salvation Army the tractions during the Christmas holi enigmatic irishman, who, as all the day season. Tlie iirst of these will world knows, began his career as a he shown next Friday and Saturday music critic, disclosed an unsuspected in the offerlug of the immense wild talent lor conducting. At any rate? animal production, "The Lion's Re he so decidedly objected to the de- one of the greatest and moil scription oi the vpart he played in the wonderful animal masterpieces evei meeting as published the other day in successfully produced It will tin. a new London labor paper as to sup- constitute the greatest mo- day. The first given states that Mr. Shaw "was so moved by the singing that he iound himself un- consciously joining in and even at- tempting to conduct and lead the singing." Hut in true Shavian style graPh-v- the "attempted" is eliminated in the correction supplied by the principal himself'In the incident. Closely following the above will be shown a splendid presentation of "Henry-VIII." In three reels of won derful hand colored motion photo- .Friday, the 13th, will be a lucky Uay sure." Your good for- tune to witness a showing of the greatest sensation ever ex- hibited 'here, and' our pleasure .to certainly "deliver the goods" with this feature, undoubtedly the most magnificent wild 'ani- mal masterpiese ever success- fully produced. AGAIN WE REMIND MlSS IT" California Excuriioni from Seattle SAN AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKE LOW TO OTHCII POINTS TKAVEL BY SEA on Ih: bin Occln-iroirnr Steamships I-RKSIDKNl' or GOVERNOR. Send for free illustrated booklet of California Hotels nud free ninp of the Pocific Coast He sure to reserve Berths In advnuce PACiriC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. DEO. K. miEKI, CM. 111. rill bpl. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Victoria's Favorite Singer Princess mis also a great adinirci A corner in real estate! That is (he kind ol' stuff ,lrcams aro ol. 11 is a good dream, loo. One of tlio'kind that promises to come true. Let us loll you about it. Perhaps you got-in on it. It is out m J rinco Rupert, a city nursed with the silver spoon of cr0od for- tune. the city.'of Prince Rnpert, 000 of these Jots have been purchased by the public and have not been, put on the market. The lots cover a 1'ittlo less than acres: ol ground, or about three square miles of territory. Tlmt three square nillos represents the total central townsilo of Prince Itupert; beyond thnt to the harbor on three sides and a procipitoim mountain at the back. There Is other available land for city purposes, lots of It, but it means a ferry across the harbor or a tram-lino around the eiid or Mount Mays to the slope on the other elde of, the big hill. Prince Rupert city has just three, square miles. There can be no sub- divisions. Additions will be In the nature of suburbs. Thus it is thnt the owners of the Prince .Kupert lots are Roing to have a corner on the market. They are going to own in the near future the highest priced real estate on the Pacific Coast. Prince Rupert will be a pop- ulous, crowded city. It cannot get away from destiny. It Is the terminal of the greatest trans-continental railway in the world. It has the world's greatest fisheries. It is surrounded by great copper, silver and gold mines. It is the gate-way to the new anthracite coal fields. Jt is the port where prairie wheat can get the cheapest route to tide water. It is the trans-' shipping point ..for nil Alaska and Yukon mer- chandise. It; is on the new, short highway to the Orient. It' will lie the Pacific naval base' for, Canada. It is the converging point of miles of B. C. coast lino trade. Those are truth! which Prince Rupert cannot get away from. Try to grasp Us magnificent potentialities and theii place the business of that city in a three square mile area. Just to help your mlml.seize the idea compare it with your own town. Compare it with Edmonton which has 26 square miles ot city area; with Vancouver's 25 square miles; Seattle, 51 square miles; Calgary, 36 square miles; Saskatoon 1C square miles; Spokane 45 square miles; Portland 64 square miles; lot Angeles; 61 square miles; Chicago 190 .square miles. Prince liupert has just three square miles of central property. Don't you think' you had better get In on the corner while the getting is easy? Your Credit Is Good AT THE Excursions To Europe BY THE WHITE STAR DOMINION In connection on the railways SS. Laurentic SS. Ljturentic. SS. Teutonic SS Teutanlc SS. Canada SS. Canada special ,Nov. 7 to Doc. 31. From Date Portland Dec. 7 Halifax Dec. 8 Portland "Dec. 14 -Halifax Dec. 15 ..Portland Dec. 21 Halifax Dec. 22 Travel by the "Laurentic" or "Me- garttic" the largest and best, or by the one-class (II) cabin steamers, Large and ast. Other Christmas Sailings adric, New York-Liverpool, Dec. 12 Oceanic, N. ,Y.-Southampton Dec. 14 t. P.aul, N.Y.-Southamp'n Dec. 14 Hnnetcnf'n, N.Y.-London Dec.-4 Vinefredian, Eoston-LIv'p'f Dec. 14 Also sailing via one port find re- urning via. another. Apply far particulars to nearest ihvjtv or SS, agent or W. .M. Me- cod, Can. Western Passenger Agt., r; .U iii Street, Winnipeg. Must Sacrifice will handle. one-half block 100 foet from site of big t. P. R. ihops, Calgary. Sec Barley, at office of A, J. BLACKBURfJE 00'. Acadla Block jolly, one specialize in jolly hymn a Maiibrun and was much disturbed by highly enjoyable, healthy anil rifcrea- soprano. live ex-ercisc. Now the art of'lead- "slie wl" is a very great jing a choir, Or an orchestra, or'any- 'oss> .commented-the iuture tiling else, consists, not in Veing "lor although 1 liked and ad- i.'carried but in carrying other mircd Orisi far mofe than Jlali- pcople away; and this I'did .with -1 many, parts of the such success that a young lady in much, in par- tile Army bonnet took my lianas' as those touching and low notes we left the box at the cud of the Vl''llcn one quite a thrill." meeting, and said, with moist eyes, j'We don't And really i'Composes Training think- we did; so .1 refrained-trom'ox- plaming tt> UK, lady that the Dailv Alberta Outfitters Phono 1735 I 405-6th SL S. (Dominion Block) Money in This Voice Figuring; on the basis of a fee per performance the New York LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE STABLE H. GALVIN, MANAGER CORNER THIRD STREET and FOURTH PHONE 1425 Stock Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Best of care taken of stock left in our charge for corral in connection with stable. Farmers patronage solicited. Prices reasonable and terms strictly cash. Give us a trial. gen, assistant. Mass 8 a.m. Children's .nass 9.30 ajn. High Mass 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at oach service. CMKISTADELPHIANS-r-At 1267 8th avenue A. south. Breaking of bread 4 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will be delivered by Sidney T. Batsford, subject, "Hell, the Hell of eminent Italian Uaritone, in "Ham- -uses his voice ill solos, duets ami recitations for a total of 11-H minutes at the rate tradition, not the Hell of the Bible." Everybody welcome. Bring your Bi- bles. NO, collection. ____ WESTMINSTER S17 a minuteT Joseph Wpodswor'th pas- I tor. will, occupy the pulpit morning MacDowell as a Teacher I and evening. Sunday school aild Bi- While teaching, MacUowell had the ble class 3 p.m. AH are heartily wel- habit of walking energetically up and come. An American girl''in Berlin who is Col'W :lctualll' ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH-Cor- as an anomaly in music is oi.his personality-, net 2nd Ave., and Sth St. Rev. J. E. Henry V. Gilbert in the New MurrcMVriglit, rector. Holy commun- av Impress habitually'' its Kls? Maxwell, of -San Francisco who readers with horrn'r bv describini! me' ldtlloul slightest technical train- as an atheist, and that 1 would h-iVe- inS has aUe an op- sung just as lustily to in a such success that a prom- mosque, or lo Brahma in a temple it inent Condon manager has decided to JSf' tile music had been equally inspired." u- Maxwell's musical Featurcs at Etarland An excellent week-end is ideas are said to be strikingly origi- nal and felicitously expressed, but she is( of course unable to score her work.. She has the creative gift with- out the slightest knowledge ol even and door an.l shout The Gift of Accompanying I were "a pood performer on the A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merid- ian, Conn., 40 years old, was ad- vised by hor jihyslcian to try Or. ..Marteli's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful results. Thous- ands cf ntliyrs would say the saino. 20 years the your diusjrisl. To -Celebrate .MacDgwell's Birthday The birthday of the late Edward lUacDowcll, the American composer, falling on Wednesday, December 18, the MacDoweil Club of New York will celebrate the occasion by a Christmas festival at .the Waldorf- Astoria. Owing to the anniversary ratiiro of the event it is intended to make it surpass even List year's fes- tival. There will be portrayed the Winter Feasts of, the Nations, with Greek, Celtic, Saxori, and tian episodes. An active part in ar-' ranging the festival -will lie taken by the club's president, John W. Alexan- der, president of the National Acad- emy of Design. for i-ojt Opera A verdict of S750' was returned In- jury in tin; Supreme Court of Ne-.v fork, in tin, suit of Albert Jlildcn- ticrg against the Metropolitan Opera ompany. Mr. Mildenbcrg asked 00 damages because the manuscript 1 an opera which he submitted in he Metropolitan's comreti- ion in I.1JO stolen from an ex- ress wagon while in transit H- th> ud. IK 'nly a mutilated art of the manuscript The Metropolitan cnmrany. in a :atcment on (he verdict in Mr. Mil- dciihorg's favor, said "The opera company hes at all times Men willing to reimburse Mr iMIldenbers (or his actual less, and h.i.-l um'ivti u sum Kiifucient, m its opinion, (o compensate the plaintilT. This offer, however, was refused. The jury this afternoon brought in a ver- dict for the plaintiff assessint; his damages .it S7.10, which sum is eon- j less than tin- amount offered j heretofore rnmnony ami refus- ed by the other side." i tractions. Foremost on the hill is a great Biograph drama, "The Feutl in the Kentucky a tensely dra- scenic settings are superb, whilst, the the :----------------------------------------------_ York I'rtsi. That is if I weren't cut out ior a star and really had a' gilt for the accompaniment. For it i rac 6 DON'T ITLL OUT THE GRAY HAIRS A FEW APPLICATIONS OF A SIM- PLE REMEDY WILL BRING BACK THE NATURAL COLOR FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, liank block. 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting 8 p.m. The reading room is b open to everyone every day from three a gift. I'm told that "there "are flve p is cordially in- thrce or lour accompanists of, 'the! VItea lo nttend- "Pill! out one frni. will Its pliU'c" Wllicll is. to ftrp lakon to t-xu stop and a dozen i old saylnir. it. true, if no cause. When gj-uj- hiilrs appear, it is a sign that Xatiirf. nootls rifJiiistaiK-e. It Is oall for help. Gray hair, dull lifeless hair, or hair tliat is talllns out. IB not necMsarily n siKn of advancing age. for there are thousands of elder- ly people u-llh perl'ed lifiads of hair without ;i siliBle streak of Bray. When uray hulrs ciime. or n-hen the lair seem" to he lifeless or dead, some Rood, reliable hull -restorinr; treatment should resorted to at onre. Spec- ialists say that one of the best pre- parations to use is tlie old-fashioned "sage len" whioli 0111' grandparents used. The best preparations of this kind Is Wyeth's and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a preparation of dom- estic wge and sulphur. MlemiuYjiHy' compounded Inter discovered hair tonics and stimulants, the whole mix- ture nelns carefully balanced and test- ed by experts. Sage and Sulphur is clean find wholesome and perfectly harm- less. It refreshes dry. parched hair, removes dandruff and gradually res- tores faded or si-ay hair lo its na- tural color. Don't delay another minute. Start once and see what a difference a few days' treatment make in your hair. Is offere.t In the pulillc ill lifly cents n end is sold nil iiriiB- .1. n j first rank in ail New York And li FIFT'! AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, i suppose Xew Vork.is quite a typical' Corner avenue and ISlh street city. The fee ranges somewhere inj McKinnon, pastor, n a.m. the rcplon of a hundred dollars for anl nnd 1-3I> P-m- Sunday school. 3 p.m. afternoon or evening. Never much1 Prayer" meeting. Wednesday. S p.m. less, sometimes much more. .The man who pl.iys accompaniments [or halist is one who understands his Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. Ali are welcome. ST. ANDREW'S business, lie both understands and 13th SK and 7th Ave. north licv fees it Ah! Uiere's the .To A. C.-Bryan will preach. Sunday ser- fcel it Iheres no such thing as a vices at 11 a.m. and pm Sunday good accompanist who is not also an'school at 3 p.m. All are welcome Review. lie made you do ion every Sunday-morning at 8 a.m. And woe to the pupil who -Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school and Bi. he was going to have an easy bio class at 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p. He was always vigorous and m. Gth avenue south, Sunday, Dec. 8, ser- vice 11 a.m.'and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Wednesday cate. chism class, 4.30 p.m.', and Bible study 7.30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST (DISCIPLES) the Caledonian Hall. Rev. J. B. Pickle, 1312 Sixth avenue South, pas- tor. Sunday school, 10.30 a.m. J. C. Lawrence will preach at the 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. services. All are wel- come. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Angli- Eighth avenue and eventh street CanorrMc- -rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Sun- day school and Bible class, 3 p.m. Bap tism, 4 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. I Holy Communion at 8.30 p.m. on the! PRAYING OF ALL KINDS. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Fra'.ght Ihitu 4U 10W Barnes Coal Lump, Mine Run or Screenings, by the (on or carload lota. 'HONE CHURCH SERVICES RECORDS AT McALPIN HOTE Ice. Water Delivered 19 S.condi Afta Call Is Midi ao a artist. I fear we're not all qualified to be accompanists. 'BAPTIST CHURCH first and third Sundays, and at the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sundays. WESLEY T. P. Perry, a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, "Love .Made Perfect.' Evening subject. "A now occasion aiul an old warning.'' In the morning the i tJAl'jlHT CHURCH naming. rii uiu morning lue will hold Sunday services in the Morris choir will sing, "Turn Thy face from Theatre at 11 a.m.. and 7.30 i. Rev. A. C. Watson will preach Bible school will" ho held in ihe church at three o'clock. New Edition of "Opera Stories" Timely interest is attached to the IU12 edition oi "Opera throui'h the recent court decision thai' in printing these condensations of ''ATTER n. era plots Henry I.. .Mason, the S" "ear Y- 5I- c- of the volume, is not "I SSS? my and Rliynd Jamleson will sing a, uolo during the otfcTtory. In i CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF the evening the choir will Stainer's "What arc render! nd Mr. E. these worlds. In tl'c new edition there arc found the stories oi some sixteen operas not included in the previous hook. These include produced at the Metropolitan Opera House last Sans- No Rhynd Jamleson will .sing a solo. Sun- day school and Bible class at 3 p.m. K NOX I'UESBYTEKt Minister. New York, Dec. hi Broadway production began rehearinJ yesterday. The McAlpin Hotel had the first o series of what Charles Mercer, it publicity ma-n, .proudly calls "audi tons." All morning its twenty-elgh floors rang and buzzed as the princi pal chambermaid's waiters nnd elevator men, wen throtigh their parts under the than eyes of department managers, arroec with stop watches. These were the first candidates for a cast whose full complement will number more than At the expiration of the rehearsal some records were with the reminder that the -McAlpin is the biggest hotel in the world by some- thing like Uiree hundred rooms. Just nineteen seconds elapsed from the ringing of a boll in the basement, and the response by one Patrick Dargatt tc n hurry call for ice water from ficv. A. G. Cameron. Services 11 a. in. and p.m. The Rev. Me- ''OOIn 2m' Ave. S. Phone CS3. botli services. Sabbath school' and GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH-' Bihle classes at 3 p.m. Chinese class ha held at 710 at 4 P-ra- Special music at the rnovn- St., North Lethhrite at 1030 in" Mrvicc- Lord is double room, tidied it up, laid a.m., and will be conducted'by the Solo- liev. 0. A. Groin in the German Ian- Mr ,li-..-_- He was unable, however, tc retrace his steps. A young womnu, whose name could niiiui-i! ciass "ot lcnrnecl cinclied her job by the t the morn- desPatco which she entered a room, tidied it towels. com- Sua'-c- The speaking all of the Chicago pany'fe- reperioire Uizet's 'D am to bo performed by the Boston! organization, and the 'Mendelssohn! form by the Ma.icstic Grand Opera! conipnny. Among the additions to the por- Irails of siuiwrs are those o! Mnggir Try if, ns MHisaiuli' Mary (inrn'cn, as Louise Charles Dalitiorc's as .lul- ifn, in Klcaiiwti De (.'is- MAN DOESN'T ALWAYS IMPROVE WITH AGE i Blanch s Delilah Kmmy Dt-stinu and Mauiiltoii POPULARIZED BY QUALITY, DOES-THE OUJERTHE BETTEH-THAT'S "wHAT IT. ;