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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Bcccmlter 9. THE LETITBRIUGE DAILY ITERATE The Best Three To-night Keystone Comedy, The Best Yet Pitfalls, Two Reels of Suspense Wedding Write Up, a Story of the City Next Monday and Tuesday The motion picture drama the world hat ever seen The Heart of Kathleen H Or, Ireland's Fight For Liberty Three Reels Three Parts feet Usual admission MAJESTIC THEATRE I Three Nights December 11 th-12th-13th ESCAPED FROM EXILE IN CLOTHING OF A MAN Famous Rvssbs Agitaior Knonw as ihe Grandmother of the Revolution" Was Later is of Advanced Age and Has Long Fought for Re- form in the Czar's 'Dominion St. Petersburg, Dec. a companion, Antrceff, dressed Mme. from Irkutsk today tell ol a second Ureshkbrskaya's clothing, emerged unsuccessful alttmpt lo escape from-the ho'Jse, supported by Vlad-' elite io Siberia made early tins iimroff. Accompanied-by the police month by. Mme. Catherine Ureshkov- i escort the accomplice hobbled to the Charming Chinese Opera, Presented by The ami Dramatic. Society, Three. Nights, Commencing Next Thursday si XT YTFIVE PEOPLE 7 DC, S.1U at lh. K.nny t Allin Store. BoXCS, sicaya, of the Russian whose case at the time of her condemnation in March, 1910, aroused widespwail. interest in Eu- Canada and: the United States. lodging ot Mme. Bresjj'iiovsfcaya and crawled Into her bed, where he re- mained. The disappearance of the famous Brcsbliovskaya was not discovered un- I Mne. Breshiovskaya was sentenced; til December 4. Hurried'orders for to perpetual exile'alter a trial which; her pursuit were Issued. It. was was intense excitement found, however, that all telegraph throughout e_ She was NOTICE Owiaj Lo dw of the production il will take at least three hours to protJuos "Sin- Tor." the carUtn will rise it 8.16 sharp. _ charged yita revolutionary conspir- vacy -in with Nicholas Tcha.koTjity. tht of the" rero- had been, active for itv si net 1870. The, man was ic- I 'quitted oa tndence (nought from this continent. wires had. been cut to hamper ihe authorities.' Communication was lat- er obtained with IrVutsk and detach- ments of troops and police scoured the country with the result that a body of constabulary intercepted a conveyance speeding on the way of Yakut sir on the river Lena and re I1, Because, she jrould'Dol, plead ior (he cognfzw. among its occupants Mme. .Russian Emperor's Mme. Breahkorskaya" disguised as Ureslikovskaya -vas. incarcerated at penal: settlement four hun- dred miles northeast.ot Irkutsk. Th'c police .kepi .close watch on her there: the would make: an attempt to escape so as to join the scattered- remnants oi the had cording to the Novoe Vremya, Mme. BreshkovEkaya, .on December I, went WHAT THt HAVE TO SAY SHOWS Enfland vi- Ireland at e more iU of- being the first exhffel- i of till tie feature photo- 1 _ In Lethbridfe. In for mtrij the great th-reft-reel eatitlW "EJcgltnd rt Heart of of Monday otriVDiiT.e, SUrlanS secured what IB, wilt out a doubt, ji finest feature, production ever of- _ '-to nwtion plctucep. x attraction which 'I he seen ID three complete j a genuine Irish photo-pUy, Tilth laid ID Jrejftnd. end a story of Ireland's right for In (tais big ipocUl fs to be tn aona of Erin armed oled here' after not to ordain preachers 'who use neutralise these Irritating acids li olf the body's iirlnous four ounces of Jad Sails any pharmacy; fake a l.ible- in I in I .for a WHILE SLEEPING Outbreak'of Ljwleiintit'in ptlumet" Mintr'j Strike. fslinnol, Mich.. Dec. ot water before Harry .lames were killed, Thomaj few days and your jbaley was wounded, and died .liter. l then let flno and bladder This famovii tail 'J: frbitl Ihii aclrt of grapes and and Starr Nicholson was falally In- jured'by line day- light today, Into Ihe apnilihcnt lionst- they lived. The Jniee, combined with llthla, and :fi wed for generations lo clear, I nrolhers came hero Voslorii ij' (ro.ii nlnggfsh kidneys and Toronto, and accepted irritation. ,Tnd Suits is tho Copper Consolidated li'trmlefs and mattes a mine, whose miners are among those 1- elferveiceiil lllhla-water on strike. Miss -Nicholson lived with Tvhlch -millions of men-and men 1 Ukc now and then, thus avoid- kidney and bladder dls- For tale by J. D. lllflnbotiiara Ui her father who occupied one tide of tho Daley apartment. All the vie- were in nhen shot, three kinds of rifle bullets wera Imbedded In the walls of Ihe hfluse ndil the dif- ference in styles of ihe bullets led to ttie belief that at least-three men fired the ton or'..twelve Sii men are under arrest on'suspicion. Tho mtinlerers aroused great Ifidig- nalion the 'strike zone, and mass meetings were held in dif- ferent places today. Speakers con- demned ads of lawlessness, of which the murders today were the latest. ITALIAN DEPUTIES.'IN A DUEL' Home, Dec. Oambaroiu, a.Liberal, was disabled- today. a wound In trie forearm; InfllctM by Deputy Oliistnpo de a the.two had fought twenty-three houti-ln a rapier duel.- The arose oiit of an incident In tho Chftrabe'rof man Catholics In the thirty years from to the Presbyterians to the Methodists-from to the Anglicans from 577.414 ths Baptists from. 298.- 525 .to 3.832.66G, and the Lutherans from to The increase of in thn lut decade Includ- ed Roman Catholics, Anglicans, 272.S8S (iM Methodists. Qreen'.church, Baptists, Jews. Jlennohiles, and 91SO 'Mormeus. The religions classed aft Protestants show an cf but these'probably comprise several other se'cts. The Roman Catholics comprised in 1511 38.81 per cent, of the population, having fallen from 44.3 per cent, in 1881; 41-21 per cent, in 41.61 per cent In 1901. The Presbyterians were per cent, .in 18S1, 15.63 per cent, in percent. In 150L and 16.48 per cent. In 1911. The were percent. In 1891, 17.'07 per cent In 1901 and 14.99 per cent, ia 1911. The Anglicans were 13.35 per cent, in 1881, 13.37 cent. in. 1SS1, 12.09 per cent, in 1901 and In 1911. The Baptists-were 6.S6 per cent In 18SI, C.23 per cent, in 1891, per cent, in 1301 and 5.31 per cent, in 1911. The Lutherans -were 1.07 per cent, in 1881, 1.33-per cent In 1891, 1.72 per cent, in 1001 and 3.19 per cent in 1311. The Green church Brevfran .29 per cent In 1901 to'1.23 per cent In ,1911. and the .Tews from .06 per cent In 1881 lo .13 per cent, in ISS1 to ,31 per cent. In 1901, to 1.04 per cent. In 1911. The Anglican, the Lutheran and the Greek churches, which show the greatest increase.of percentage, are apparently indebted to the arrival o: Immigrant during the last decade The increase In population in ten years, 1901 to 1911, amounted to being an increase of 34.1? per cent. Of this: increase the Eng- lish contributed or 34.17 per cent.; the Irish, or 3.35 per cent; 'the Scotch, or 10.77 per cent.; -the Welsh, or .64 per cent.; the French, or 2.09 per cent.; the Germans, or 4.51 per cent.; the Auslro-Hungarians or per cent. The British races (English. Irish, Scotch, Welsh, make up or pfcr cent, ot the total In- crease, and i'itti Ihe French and German account for or 72 per cent, of the total Increase In the decade. The Scandinavians, Je'i's, Italians, Poles, Dutch and Finnish stand in the order hamed. DISTRICT NEWS SWEET VALLEY Sweet. Valley, Nov. anJ Mra. HcPiicrson .went, Calgary Monday taking IIic boy back to the horhe. there .they hart (alcen out some lirce iio.- Mrs. Bell'werit to Moosu Jaw for a visit wilh their son. yMr..ind Mrs. iiolden their the hotplttl at Ponoki, Alia. Tlie Alii met -with Mrs. HooXer fin Wednesday, We are sorry to'learn thai-Mrs. Jonea not Improving very fart. here! were ID bridge aUendlng court lait veebt SlitrrJeven doilart were laVen In at Ocean Friday night for tbe or- (can-fund. We learned cm Thursday morning of the .sudden oC'Mri. Anioy, after an Mines? of twentv-four hours. The funeral services were held at the house on Uus and Hoy Paulson haulint now the the lumber this weeX (o our1 town of Trave're (or it- bool tall, hope will soon have mall over there. The double store of hardware and groceries will aoon be In running order.. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry rtickelts'Sun- Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre Twlct Nightly To-night, Tuesday and Wednesday DAILY MATINEE Harry Howell SQCIETV ENTERTAINER The Juggling Harddigs THE BOYS WITH THE OLD STRAW. HATS Wilbur and Harrington COMEDV SINGERS AND DANCERS' Schoen's Ruff House Kids IN CLEVER MUSICAL COMEDY Extra Added Attraction 1000 of Educational Film, showlns the Manufacture of the famous "Walk-Over- Shoe. Illustrating the wonderful progress of thll indurtry. Coupons with each admisilon. Drawing on Wed- nesday evening after "flrjt performance for one piir "Walk-Ovtr" Shoes, donated fay ROYAL STORE, FOR LETHBRIDCE To-day Bijou Theatre To-day "The Heart of a Jewess" A deal of Humor: a Touch of Pjlhoi. A production you'll lik< POOR JOE'S DEMISE' .A Guaranteed Laugh UNIVERSAL WEEKLY The Latest and Bert Last time Empress To-day "Saved by the Enemy' THE PATHE'S WEEKLY CUTEY AND THE CHORUS GIRLS Every Hem In this Program Confidently Recommended as COMING; "WHILE THE TRAVELS- ONEFOUR NEWS They are coming1 is those, homeslcaderB" who have been away threshtng. The first detach- ment arrived this when.O. D. Greeno his family'and George Whltewl pulled in. Q..D. brought a load of siding for his house ajad. u-111 go out agatu for barn 'material. Mr. Whitcsel brought a load ot lumber for Basil now house to be built this winter on 31. Alex Lindsay is prospecting for water near Ws. house. He may find oil or gas if lie goes deep enough, as the location looks like tho back of an anticline.. The eruption of the' Sweet Grass Hill a on tho south In an early geologic age caused consider- able-disturbance of .the earth's crust in this locality- forratng areas- that may bear eitiier oil or gas. Cutbanks bordering stream valleys Ehow-much irregularity in the and It is supposed .that, a thorough investi- gation of this'district may lead to the of both gas and oil. v- MltU Duncan has completed, his new house on 27. It la a utat lltUe structure, with cottage roofe and a fpmmodioua basement- of- certainty a credit to the community. Threshing finished at Conrey this weeX and Chrensk.'s" threshing .outfit has pulled back to Poa de Orellle. at the Patrick home. Dancing AND Roller Skating Cosy Roller Rink Stitlons, Skating, 2.30 S-stioni, Skating 7.00 to 10.00 Dancing, to 12.00 ADMISSION FREE .TEMPLE CITY BAND EACH SESSION Roy andAVm, Conncll, were given suspendtii sen- tences, and leave Tlie ico has formed abovo the rnijl dam of _skatcrs cnjoj- liieriiRlvea dailj- while dajrlight FEKNIE Fernie, n. C., Dec. bazaar the-Woman's'Otiitd bl Clmrch of Kngbod oa Friday and Salurdij- a great success and netted the prmiolcrs six hundred and fifty dollars. At the annual meeting ol the Vet- assoctalion on.the 8th..in3t., Mr. PalrlcV fs erecling a windmill Colonel MirVay was elected presi- thls pump water up thretr dfnt; -James Savage, .first vice-pres.; hundred feel. Saturday.night Is the regular mei Ing of the Farmers'-unfon.; Good All Round aids to good to tbe strength, comfort and cheerful- ness which depend 6n theeonrJi- tion of time-tested, safe and speedy BEECHAHrS PILLS I John .Minion, second vloe-pies.; Oeo. Uingsdate, third 0'- Ilricn, secretary C. O'Biien, treas-. urer.- Tlie Uea'suier reported 4 balance ol S.iiiO on deposit in the Imperial haflk, this sum set apart for th'f memorial lo be erected during tbfc coming year. A committee was appointed to vise ways and hitans Increase this sum to, il possible, The association now.numbers nine'ty members and a strong'.canvas 'is he- ing made to enroll; tytfy (fcetvins veteran in the community, also to see thai list; an object in view. Alec Liliclian, chared with fre- quenting the district, was fined and cos Is.- Judje Whi'raster's court on Kitiiiey and Troubles Disappear- Chronic Find Relief After Few Dcisa Croxone If you are bothered with back-' rheumatism, have.dis- agreeable, annoying bladder 'or urinary disorders, to contend sijffer wllh.any-others many miseries'that; come; from "wtalc Sidneys here' la''a' guaranteed remedy you can de- pend upon. It Is a positive fact that Croi- one promptly overcomes ftuch, r it' ioaKs' right. In' and cleans-' out the stopped up kidneys and inalus them filter and sift out the poisonous waste matter from the blood. It neutralizes and.dissolves the uric acid that lodges in the jolnta and muscles causing rheumallsmi soothed and heals the delicate linings ol the biadScr, More than a few dosos of Croxone'aro seldom relieve even the obstinate, long standing cases. You sill flnd.Crojone entire; ly different from all other rem- edies. It.Is so prepared lial.'it Is It without results. .An original package costs -but a and your druggist It "-authorised.', return the 'p'jrchaao price If'. Croxono falls' (o dive' td results the ;