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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8, THE LETHBniPGft DAILY HERALD 1'Vulii.v. S. Majestic Theatre Phone 646 W. B. Sherman, Mgr. The ALLEN Players, supporting Miss Verna Felton TO-NIGHT "The Road to Yesterday" To-morrow Our New Girl Saturday Matinee at 2.3O Seats on tale at Rochon's MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phons 641. Two Nights Starting Monday, December 11th GEO. M. COHAN'S MUSICAL SENSATION The Talk of New York BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH GEO. H. COHAN 32 A Star Cast of 32 Hiimlsoinc ;inil Well Drilled Chorus 'Beautiful Srenk1 Production Seati on Sale at RochonV Saturdsy Mi1. Turner's Departure I Although Air. Hurry Turner, tho 'tnimuc.t'i- ol Iliu .Majestic Tht'iilru lu'iv [left afternoon for Hran- don io solng now thoatrlnvl lionit- inirrhused there hy W. II. Sher- man, ii was lonriH'd .Torn Mr. Tumor 'tiluI he wil'i resume the management ui' iho .Majesiie-t'urly In tho spring. Mr. Sherman has decided 10 retal Ills interest in Thcntri'. as lit- lu-lit'voa ihat I he .Dry-Kami ins; Coniu'osg next year will lie worth faterini; Kor isojuethnu Mr, Shor- man has not IHMMI satisfied with UK- box office recoipis at the Mil jostle. A 1 tliirt Mr. iaii remain in control of the (he- it ro as fonditions would eventuijlly ini urove. From my 'conversation with Mr. rurner yosfenlay, 1 gleantui thai Mr. Sherman iw in a more oii'Untistic j miiiil ronccnuni; the future u el fa re of (lie thoutnv One. rniis: again cmplmsix.p strongly tlio icessiiy of sendini; here only atirnc- itions of the hest gnuta olilainable. I.Any business will to the wall un- 'less ir jimirtifi reiiiiiuttuii juuloutOy. ami ?o it is the whosn patrons always expect value for their minify. At the New Morris A picture that nveryone should see win be shown at the New Morris the- atre tomyht. tomorrow matinee ami j tomorrow nijiht, "The t'onstruction of the Famous Panama by the Kdison Co. NO doubt every one has read of this great m'eco of work and now they have an onpoitunity of see- ing it. It. is one of'the greatest piece-s of ensineeritiK ever iinriertnken and the picture should prove interesting to both young and old. Your Vote and Influence Is Respectfully Re- quested for JOHN GILMORE FOR ALDERMAN For 1912-13 ik. The Electric Shoe Shop filh HI. Cor. Avc., opposite Jiiiiik ol' Montreal. repaired by mapliinory while you wait. Only i he besi inaleriiiLs used. All work "'iiaranleed.- Men's iliill Soles, sewed J.MK: Liidics" anil Hoys' Half Solos .sowed Children's Hall Soles, sewed Qiiv equipment means .souietliino- lo Lelhbridg'e. li is I he most modern and does the best work. Our prices offer. you an op- porluuiiy lo save; inoiioy. Try us Avilh your next job. "The Primal Call" at Starland Starlftnd management ivltli f .tiu'ir ulal rntrrprise, have secured for ihu vcek-enil one of..the ...greatest films ever produced, Primal j ying the compelling power oi love, i________________.......____________________ A society motlipr, whose creditors L0 south. They have buildetl more; today means thai he are becoming insistent, ami wishing wisely than they luievv. Let us pal.-Jforee the Home Rule to keep up tier ostentation, bees re.-item by them, ami go and likewise.' lief in her daughter marrying a low- Truly yours, A CANADIAN, ehariietered, pusillanimous millionaire. she peisuadi-s her daughter to accept his proposal arguing that they must have ihe mnney. The gi roes to Ihe seashore to rest before A REASONABLE REQUEST To ilie Editor of the Herald: am not mailing an application io he your editorial staff, the u-eihllng, ami there meets the JNeither am I officially announcing my mate of a" tramp schooner anchored (intentions of becoming a candidate for in bav. -This appeals to her _ n an a o W bcine'so different from i alon !pnmal type ofman She mdu gcs m that dangerous pastime ol fliriiiigj Von to have "5 g both of these lines. comc represomillg the This week-end special will beat 'em all ir Showing the compelling power of love yf with iliis sincere frllow and "when her. fiance visits her, the seaman realizes has been marie the riupe, so h? I seizes (he girl and is carrying her off !orco, riowevcr, suddenly rea- sons that she isn't worth ii and re- calls from her, hul-.she now lhaf slip iriily loves him begs "j him to take her away, so grafclhing her up in one aiul a minis tec who is passing by, in the other, he ilitistles aboard his boat whore the marriage is performed. THE PEOPLES' FORUM The New Morris "WHO GIVETH THIS WOMAN? To the Bdltqr of the Herald: two months ago a noted' Irish journalist' travelling through' the Dominion of Canada spread the news (it was news to me) ho are drawing produce into Leth? j bridge. We have n -matter to adjust llefore harmony and I am tak- ing advantage o! this oportunity whll i iron is hot. This grievance is noi only a beiiefii. -to Hil who are sellini produce on the local market, but it ii a benefit to North Lethb'ridge aiu East LethbHdgo. as well. You agree with me thai practically all tin produce conies in near the mil hi. So we are asking for a set of city scales io be placed on Westminster rand. It is a groat waste of .energy anil time to Iraw all of -this produce to tbe ex treme west of the town when a large part of it is usetl in North and East Lethhridgo. It means many miles wasted in ihe extra haul in a year's time. Trusting the city officials will sec j the importance of'this and rectify it at. an early da-le. Yours truly, A SUBSCRIBER AND BOOSTER FOR LETHBRIDGE. undertakes to bill through consecutive sessions, if neces- sary, thus making it become effective ii spite of the opposition of ihe peers. Lethbridge, Dec. 4, 1911 To the Electors of the 1 City of Lethbridge LAU1KS AND CUNTUO.MWX; llnvhis been nomliuitcd for Alderman for UH2, i jdedgy you, If elected to work KIKST, AND AM, TIIK TI.MH. in Ilio luluresls of I tin C'lly of eUiUriclso, uol forgetting tliu judicious and rarofiil oxiicildllurc of your money In currying on in works. OUJ TIMERS, YOUNC! TIJIKIIS, make an X- William Oliver htrt On December nth, 1011, ami oblige Yours failhiully, OLIVER Lethbridge, Dec 5th, 1911 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge LAD1RS AND AL the urgent request of a largo number of the ratepayers I have consented to become a candidate for alderman at the coming civic election. As mayor. I gnvc the city the hest service in my power and if clcciecl, he correspondingly zealous in the lesB exaci.Ing position of aldenmin. My only platform is to see that the various public improve- ments initiated under my administration arc carried to speedy completion. If you believe that I can. he of service to you, I would be glad to have your vote. Yours truly, E. ADAMS. Tonight, tomorrow and tomorrow night only The Construction of that z famous Panama Canal I broadcast over the land, -that wives in the West arc treated with scant courtesy; and recently in yeur paper came with a strong in- dictnieni that we (io not properly safe- guard or protect, our womanhood. T have known a good many Southern j people, and what I consider an admir- able and a wise trait in their charac- ter" ;is their lofty ideal of pure-' and true womankind. I am trying to WILL FORCE IRISH HOME -RULE BILL London, Dee. (i. Premier AsquKh announced in the House of Commons this afternoon that the government would use all constitutional means at rts disposal >to i ilie Home Hulc for Southerner, by -the' tone the average educated .Judging "Southerner" of his letter, he is a You have read about ft. Von have heard nboiit it. v Now you can see it. nigliu and a nmtinee .Don't miss ii I g DOORS OPEN BIG SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY, 2.30 H isn't half as Important thai you to your Christmas shopping early, us you don't tlo it on credit. of. the world Is that If a little boy is lot i he will let soup nlono. Children Often Need c.nno. w ctrefu) what you five Injura Ih8 bowels Md for Wa-lonjt troublcj. Th In typical one, and a fair representative of his nice, hut I will pot concede- to fhlni, or any man.'a higher ideal of womanhood than J possess. I bnlieve, and fondly hope, there are thousands of oilier Canadians scattered over this Cfr.aj country who think as I do. Lei the other races speak for themselves, lint 1 have sufficient-faith in humanity to put on record that the lies-' and bravest of them (and -they are 111 the majority anywhere) also think as T do. Then why, may I auk, Is n stigma cap-t upon the men of Western Canada? in this Are they satisfied to suffer under and ...ow Vt to So unchallenged? I have said n lofty Irfoal of pure womanhood s on admirable and a wise 'trait. The gentle Saviour himself Idealized and unctifleii womanhood when He pur ortnert lila first miracle In her honor, y changing water into wine of the fin- st quality at the Marriage of Culm In Galileo, Shakespeare did not think It beneath the HOOIH; of mighty mind to Idealize anil glorify noble wo- j manhood as Jib nlhftr lUiUior, modern has dope. The strong trait In the Southern men f have tried to describe, has Ireland bill during .the lifetime of tli present parliament. He declared this in reply to n. question by Wm. O'Brien, member for Cork, who expressed con- cern nt a recent, report, that Mr. As- rjuith was tryins io get the House of Lords to throw out the Home rule bill when IE roaches the upper house. The premier by his announcement, unit flohorfd'thAm; Jt lias re- acted on tholr character for "their np- llffl. Nowhorti will you find morn nm UlRll Work U'hilo Von .Sleep Calomel and Cathartic Pills are act on bowels us pepper acts in nostrils Take a Cascaret lonigbt ami thor oughly your Liver, Stomacl nd Bowels, and you will surely fee great by morning. You men and womei vho have headache, routed tongue ran't sleon, are bilious, nervous nnsllnes and bowels. Utemember, a Cancaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. A 10- box from your druggist moann OVERCOAT SALE 0 V E R C 0 A T S A L Cloth Overcoats Saturday Only McKelvie McGuire 0 V E R C 0 A T S A L E OVERCOAT SALE ;