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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. DECEMBEK 11, 1913 T11K LKT. HIS RIDGE -DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TO-NIGHT Soul Stirring Drama in Two Parts "Targets Of Fate" Showing a Big Sea Disaster TO-MORROW A Real Live Western 'The Lost Melody" Full of Heart Interest MONDAY Don't Miss the _ "HeartofKathleen" 1 Three Reels Showing Three Reels Ireland's Struggle for Liberty IHEEP DOING ON NEW SUCCESSFUL Masmljj.Dcc. was Hie Of LI tipleildij conjoint SCS3iOL) of Mutual Improvement associa- tion licld last evening, each number on program being en ihc principles o[ patriotism to HID flag mul nation. Thy hhll was crowd- iil. and the congregation seemed lo thoroughly enjoy the services. A large VnLun .luck adorned ihu which Vias fiitiuLjIy decorated for llm lion, 10 rcjnraU'U vails from JUyinond. the Magiath Amatoui- Ura- miic Club play in itic I house at ihc City neu I'riday evening, (.'lauiJe J'Yjer, business man- agir ot ihc company, is busy prepar- j Ing for Hie appearance of the j 'liie animal meeting of-the Dcsc'ret Society., wns liclil. last Friday in the town hall. The election j of otficers- for Ihc ensuing year was j "ciitti item of business orJ, The old ollicers 'and the same lioirdi of directors Vere re-elected, for The society is in a prosperous voiiclliiou, and Secretary .Matkin will (-0011 lo busy on tiie pme list Tor the fair next fall. It is not definitely known what program will be adopted for the winter but there are sure to be number of Institute meeiiups held. 'flic seed -fair will be held In Kcbru- i av.v. j Tlie building 'belonging to Hishop )laikcr between the MagraUt. I'liar- f inacy and the I'ionccr -Meat Market has been moved up adjoining the and will be occupied by A. 11. Hennclt in a fen- days." ".Mr.'Ben- __ now is again going into the barber j business. Another barber slicp will also he in operation shortly, S. Koiv- ler, a "recent graduate .of- tlie 'Molcr College, Calgary, Jjaviiig se- jtnreil, quarters., for .his, shop .in the ifc-w Kirliy hotel. .Uugmtli hunters -Have heen irally' successful this.fal) and' some big game has been bagged by them ill] tlie mountains to the west, Two hunters. Clifford WlilU and 6 on succeeded in shooting Irtu'o fine deer and bringing- them into 'jtown. They both beautiful speci- jmens. especially tho "one shot liv jWhltt.. i nnd Mrs. John Workman and .lie who removed about'three litonths ago to. Vernal, Utah, arrived ]iere from the south .on Saturday They will now locale pfr- 'nancmly In Southern Alberta, as they Jro lonvtnccd thai tins ts the best In the world to Work on the new Lalter Day Sainl 'hapel here U jrroceedfng very salts- although at present tlie of workmen is not as large aa suai due lo the lack'of material. Rheeumen report that their flocks re wlnlering ajilenclidly, tho beautiful j atlier most favorable to the .ioep and mutton industry In Hie JHilli. There are probably more men in tho sheep business in the :srnlh district than 1nJ any ctlicr (rirt in Uio province, and nolione j them feels that ho liasjnatle- a mla- in diversifying faiin operw- ins. (logs arc also getting fat, and and cattle on the-range were yver.ln better condition than thoy arc. The open winter is tho sub- jet of a great deal cf discussion tl -e days, old timers'declaring that "is tiic most remarkable winter they Jve f9r a score.of years. The Hamilton Hoard, ot Education Jjll refuse to cotieUcr salary in- a sos. rou one of Ihose lo vhom '.ry meal Is anolher source of your disordered stomich lo Kiy reasor-abls and will la restore it to such perfect con- on Ihal you'll never lee) that you !e i stomach.. .Take one after jh..rcesl. 50c. .a Box at your -Made by the Natlorsl .g-mi Chemical Co, of Canada, -.lied. LEADING CITIZEN SIONARY FAREWELL SHIFTS AT MILL Kayuiund. Uec. H: Hutld, one of itayniond's old Uinvj-s anil a citizen, will shortly for Salt i.rtc City, wlieri; lie will probably Iccale permanently. Hudd i-i nuvv in C'ulgary on business in connection with ihc of tho .Morbcy automalk- u pal- ent In wlticli.he ftuoresled. Mr. lludil lias jircicnti'i] ilie lo ofticiiils of .'the Canadian I'acilic milnay, ant after a thorcilEli exain- hiation tlicy cvjir'esscO us bcitig sreatlj- interested iu tlie aii- paratus. The Minciple of the patent-is sim- ple, bur if It is successful it tiitans a fortune for the Inventor and ihc orig- inal' promoters: With the automatic j attachment locomotives imn the! lAvitch ineclianicali'y, and wlu-u the last .car at the Majestic TONIGHT By Local Operatic Society oy uperatic Society r- on Full of Comedy Exceilent Music Pretty Girls rlGay OL OZ THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Special Pictures at Starland Co :i i me in-in j: tomorrow r Tor two j Hie gient ilirc'i-rcet s ors, headed Ly Hudd; will tho Invent Eon on. the niarket tf a widely known manufacturing CDJJ- ceni in the east. Tn the departure'tif Mr. '.litre passes oul of. Raymond public HCc, political, religious and social n rctog-'. rr.c-nciii iiijed leader. He came to iho "Ireland's Struggle City when the spot was marked by ajThe Heart.oi Kalli few tents, and has resided here of "motion timiously since thau-time. He has taken an active part hi municipal affairs, being'inayor Cor the town as ue'.l as a nicmhcr cf the council-for a number of years. .Ecclesiastically in tlip front.ranks, aiid-Eervcd the Tay.lor clerk audlhle- i-with, honor and faitlifiHucBsi Politlcallr, Mr.' Bii'Utl is''ii-Liberal, and Ins. lias been a "toner.of Elrfnsth.to.thc pariv, a great deal, of the .credit for magnificent strcugilp'br' the party in Itaymond being directly due lo his systematic" anil untiring "efjforis.1: Mr. Budd was inanuse.r' of tlie 'Sccurliy Investment Company April when 6. JI. 'Snow., waq elecied. man- ager of "Ihe Vceit. trained business eye lie built, up ni large and flourishing "realty an'd.in-j surance concern, Ho has umiRutil j executive ability ami a'clear-vision, and lie good in- his. enterprise. Mr. lludd's family.Is.'alrcady'in'tlic sonLh, ;md he will rejotn jtliem in Salt Lake shortly. TEiomas Allen ami Mrs. (lonIO.on Tueailay become -seriously "ill" of ptomaine poisoning .through" eating- canned meat, and hati it not been for Hie "tioicly aid of-, a physician, fatal ten sequencer might followed- They partaktng-bf the evenln? meal, whphthiy grew .suddenly ill. Growing it v.-.is tliought cill a doc- tor, and Ur. foon tiic scene, lie pronounced It a case of ptomaine poisoning canscit. .throuUi the canned- goods. There is one fortunate ptirl of the case, and that is thai Jlrs. Allen, is how recuperating from, a aovero sickness. L lo.be E.eeu Starhmit for two only, com- for or This is a s tsvery man, wo- und child 'in Letiibridgc sh and cold the fntercsL from the first to tue last Ecutie, leaching she develops into .1 splcndU woman, wailing to welcome her hts- baud, ivhorn she worehlpa, on his re- lurn. ".Mr, iMInlern's Adventure" Is a good comedy drama of how a loveii' quarrel made up through his en- Ci-eat Canadian Picture at Empress night llic at il if Eioirie of tlie best was tn- 'cd bytbe large who saw il. and as today is Ihe 3asl dianc-j of jieilnf the wrong berth on a ._ seeing it, all lovers of really pic- [consequence of the failure of the elee Hires themselves of lights on board, aad was thor-' oiiportuuily. The ehie: iten, "TU onghly enjoyed by the audience. Translation of a Savage" is a Vpry Patbe's Wcokfy is again full of pretty story of a girl born ami bred Jgooii things, and well worth seeing by Matmee Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre Twice Nightly TO-NIGHT Friday and Saturday Wesley Francis Olympia Trio COMEDY SINGERS AND DANCERS IN TWENTY MINUTES OF LAUGHTER Kroneman Bros. a torneii SCENIC COMEDY NOVELTY EUROPEAN COMEDY NOVEL. TV ACROBATS FOUR OF THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS THE BEST PROGRAM. BY FAR IN THE CITY MATINEE: Daily at 2.30 p.m. Prices 15c and lOc. NljM Prices, Children 26c; AdulU 35c. i TWO DISTINCT PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY amid 'ilie rough siirroiindlugs cf the back removed from any civ- illzing- influence, and in more like an Indian than a while wo- evcrybody. Tho cosnedyg are both o[ a very high class order, the'marry widow's for subscriptions for a To-day Bijou To-day "The Beaten Path" A Three Reel Photo-Play de Luxe A Good Comedy and the Uiual Splendid MATINEE DAILY see. It is one or those features that where after, many man, who is married by a wealthy Eng 'v.-ooden leg bringing the ;olice after ilahman jn a fit.of anger" i-jd .her in a truly farcical manner. "On lielug jilted by bis for Dumb Waiter" is a screamingly a title. He sends.her loj funny the lazy Mr. Brown be- his.people in England to spH; literally, left in cold by the tfials rind much siamraing ot a door. d not e.it any of the liieal. While nothing Fcrfons came of the incident, It should prove to the pnnltn Uiat (he Inspection goods is not all that is sliui'ild hbr and din I" Him greatest of care should be exercised in tbo selection of prepared meals csrec- ially. Mfisionary In the first ward eliapol on Tues- day evening a farewell aocf.il LAST HONORS i 0 A'GREAT CANADIAN MASON-Fuhetpl of Sir Aemilus Jam's, past icaster of A. F. and A. IL, acd of the Canadian .liar, piece written many years ago by a Mormon eMer and one u-hich.liassluoc been adopted as the national hymn of tho Satnoan people. Alter tho program games and.folk dances- were enjoyed until a'late' hour. AhciiL.-lhroe hnmlred .people were ;n attendance. Two Shifts at Mill The local mill of tnc KIHson ittHing company Is enjoying'on nnprcccdent- ed'run, and the Increasing number of lers for flour and other mill pro Iorj lln who left Hiis morning fdi- Sail from whence, after a Phort sojo'ira, now he will proceed to Ihe norlhcrti honor of MiicHcan. ]t necessary, to put nigiil shffl, Hint the. plant is working five ears of flour is shipped out week- ly, a considerable portion of it poing to Chiiirt. Tho seccnd grarle fTuuf exported lo local Can? :idiau trade deiininds the best able. Manager William Ciemls.slates Hint the mill- in running splentlidly, and ho has never tnanufactijrcd a su- perior prailo of flour liiflii he Is tills year. The .wheat fs of excellent inUI- !ng qualily, assuring them of a sooii, wfiolcsomo Short News Items States mission of the .Mormoii church lo labor in the foreign rniKsio'n ser- vice. The party was 3 line siiccrsf. and a substantial sum was contributed to assist Ihe depart- ing ypjiig missionary. The' program ns follows: Solo. il'Tho A'wnkiinlng." by f'rcd. Tnlk, liesslo of Salt 'duel, Mr. I, Mitchell and Mrs. Tolltlrnp.- Miss Florence lias- Strinc duel, Messrs, narrows and Stone. Address. "Wlmt y. mission dots fo- a yonng man." by. Krvan Carter. Sainoan .Mrs. Henry Oibb. Khort. talks by the missionary, (Jco. II. Dtiild and C; 1 tlsliOpric.1 The selccllcn tri' liy :.Mrs'. (ilMi rather in that it ivhs a ..Macleod, Uec. a policy of public economy, Messrs..J. b. I'aw- cell, Trcnliolme Dlcloion and J. L. were elected here on Mon- day to' fill Ihc Ihf'eo aldiirmanlc va- cancies jn council and In connc.ction with the election is U intcresllng to note, that Messrs. Khwcelt nnd Dick- KoK have en previous occasion served the (own as mayor, while Mr.-Swin- ncrfon was n former ntderman, lie hiving topped the poll al a previous election. Of the defeated candidates Messrs. Grady and Day have' both iftsled of llio fruits' ol public life, the laller having hccn on 'thn co-jnell and the former having servx'tMor years as mayor, rouncillor and president of the Board of Trade, C. Kiley, the third man Rlio lasted of the blltcrnoas of Mr. Cummins has been' ta this coun Iry for a quarter of a century and is one of Ihc many who would net go for a holiday. I'l. Montgomery, of the Standard defeat, had" never held office in the TrnM compiiny, Winnipeg, la at 'prcs- ent In Haymond on business. His company has a src.il deal of money oul In this district, and he Is making his annual fall visit to their clients. He Bays 'ccllcctlons equally 'as good In' llnymond as elsewhere in 'the wcsl. Miss Uosle HeiQlriglrfi and. Mr.-.Jra Hnrrls kivo on tfio ijlii of.ttifs'nioiilh for Snlt.l.ako Cily.. where- they be tnnrrled in the Salt Lake lenipfe. councii but ho has been In tho nn energetic member of the, Hoard of Trade. The personnel of the 1914 council as It nc-w stands Is: Mayor, T. II. Stcdinan, and councillors II. O. MacDonncll, W. C; Ilryan, II. II. HII- Hard. Trcnholme Dick-oil. John L. Ka'ivcetl and Swlnncrlon. "Teddy.1' CunimjnK.'one of. Ma'clooil'i mosl prcminenl citlzcna, rclurned this week, from England, where he hns been sojourning for the past month. Gray Hair Becomes Dark, Thick, Glossy Look years younger! Try Grand- ma's recipe or Sage and Sul- phur and nobody will know Almost' everyone knows that Snse Tc-.i and Sulphur, propeny componnds'd, brings1 back (he natural color and hisirc to the hair Glrcakcil or grey; also damJruir, Itchlnc scalp and stops falling half. Years ago llio only way lo set this: mixture was to make U at liomc, which muSsy anil IronbljEome, N'owiulayg wo slmpls asli at any drug store for "Wj-elh'a Sage and Sulphur Hnlr You will get a large holtlo for 50 rents. Kverybody uses bM, famous re'cfpe, because no one ran tell thai you darkened.your hair, as ft does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft truah with It-ana draw .-this.through your, hair, taklnff one small slr.inrt at a time, by morning the grey hair disappears, and after application or two, your hair .bcconus beautlfully.dnrk. thick and (dotty'and you look years younger. J. D. botham ft Ltd., ngcnls.' Last Time Empress To-day The Translation of a Savage A siory of a daughter of the Canadian backwoods Pathe's Weekly FRIDAY-WHILE THE STARLIGHT TRAVELS A quite different picture THREE ELECTED IN A FIELD OF HOME BURNED Yulcau, Dec. young people met tn the .Masonic hall on Thursday evening to organize a Wliist Club for the Winter months. Miss Hussell of N'anton tias been tlie guest of Mrs. jV, Elves during cne past While W. F. Kaunels 'at 'the on Slondaj- eycning his home caught fire and when discovered Tit had gained such, headway-thai it was impossible to extinguish the flames. Itaunels and children have been visiting in Minneapolis. Al the meeting of the Women's Iii- stHute on Thursday last, officers for the ensuing year, were appointed aa follows: President, ilrs. Fred vice presidents, Mrs. (Dr.) Knowlea and Mrs. D. C. Jones; secrclarj-treas- urer. Miss Loftus. The Ladies' Aid of liic Prcshyterian church htld a very successful (ea and of work on TuesJay cve'riing. An Informal jirograrn was carried out consisting of readings by Mrs. K." Allen nnd Miss Douglas, solos by Mrd; I'. Clark ami Miss Russell and piano sections by Mr, Glover. Tho Oddfellows entertained a large' numbflr of (rlends on Friday evening in the I. 0. 0. K, hall.. Tho early part of tho cvenios was Epenl in whist, followert. fcy a short snlcy program. To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the" Contcnent can be made at the lowett cost, Large new steamers, Weekly sailings. Reserve comniodations now. For- full information asfc any railway.or steamEhip agent, or, H. E. LI DM AN, General Agent, 349 Main St. after whicti dancing concluded I tie oVcntng'3 pleasure." The second election counciilora in the history of tlie towd took'place on Monday nigoL- The five candidates who remained In tlio field were Ei M. Clark, E. J. Charters, T. B. Terry and R. B. Dodds, Of these E. M. Clark, T. B. Lebcuv and P. Terry, were elected. A. E. ieaves shorMy for Rp- where he' will" enter the hospital for tho amputation" of one fcot, which has been troiibUng litm.for several years. The marriage took piace on Dec. 3- of Miss .Myrtle-BameU and Austin E. Held, son of Sir. and Mrs, A; Reid ot this place. The ceremony, per- formed by J, 1'. Cotton at nrxinelta. The young CuuiJie will take up their residence nt Held Hill. Mrs, D, U. Joneg is days in Calgary' this few Trees Trees Suilablc for plantlng'ln. Southern Albert) are being igpplitd by tho British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd. .OF VANCOUVER, B. Small Fruit Plants, Shmbs and Trees for Lawn, for Boulevard! or Garden, all of .'tho duality ?nd Hardy. A RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO SELL FOR US Write for full Information (o 1493 illi Avenue West, Vancouver, B.C. Elehly page catalogue free. ;