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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 10,1913. THE-.LETHBRIDG.E DAILY HERALD Page 3 fir BIJOU TREATRE MONARCH THEATRE Wed. ?nd Thur. Feb. 12 & 13 One Night Only Fri., Feb. 14 The Most Remarkable Feature Ever Produced 111 n>e. diately after � the introduction tif the Borden bill. The newspaper says that those M. P.'s have already seen Premier As-qtiith and Winston Churchill with a view to prevailing upon them, to alter their attitude toward Mr. I.'cr-deri's" scheme and. thus assisting the Liberal party in the Dominion. Their action has already found expression in statements in the ministerial press, it being urged that we rould discourage gifts to the British navy and1 encourage the dominions to build their own local navies. Cardston, Feb. 8.-The first social evening in connection witli the newly organized Adult Bible class in the Presbyterian church was held In the church on Thursday night when an even half hundred young people turned out. The event marked the beginning of large things which the class hopes to accomplish in the coming months. President H. Mcintosh was in the chair and announced the different numbers. Games occupied the attention of the members for the greater part of the eenlng, and these were mostly of a progressive sort. Much amusement resulted when Mr. Pickup and Mrs. Mcintosh opened one of their prizes and found it to be an icicle. Mr. Smnth, Mrs. Wool-ford, Mrs. Tait and Dr. Lynn were other winners. Messrs. Cure and Pickup contributed a vocal duet which was much appreciated. During the evening the chairman called upon Mr. Tait to tell something of what the class was doing. In his remarks Mr. Talt reported the membership as 28, and the charter still open. No solicitation has been made for membership and Mr. Tait predicted that by the time the charter closes there will be a membership of upwards of 36. The class is interdenominational and all argument and denominational discussion is barred. After Sunday, Feb. 9 the class will m,set at the close of the morning service. Much of the credit cf the success of the social is due to Miss Archibald, chairman o'f the social committee, and Miss Keith, chairman of the literary, committee. A very nice lunch was served at the close. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday night, Feb. 11, when the devotional committee will have charge. Mrs. Hodgson, chairman of that committee; Dr. Amos, teacher of the class, and Mr. Tait, will give devotional papers on interesting subjects affecting the life of the closs. Mrs. (Dr.) V. B. Christie and Mrs. (Dr.) R, W. Lynn of Cardston held their post-nuptial reception on Thursday afternoon of this 'week at the. home of Mrs. Christie. The house was nicely arranged, hyacinths and crimson and white carnations forming the flower decorations. Mrs. Hodgson poured-tea, Mrs. S. H, Campbell cut the ices, and Miss Hamilton and Miss Keith served. ?Jaster Fred Campbell looked after the door. FEBRUARY RECORDS OUT TO-DAY 10-INCH pOUSLE-SIDED RECORDS ARE 90c for the Two Selections. A hint of �iyj*at awa'ts music lovers, among the new double-sided Records.- A urn ' Ast Heart Throbs-Orch. Bells-'Cello ObbM Wm. H. Reitz Vr1 t^Ood Night Quartet from " Ermttlie," - Victor Brass Quartette ^^^'BMUtiful Doll, Good-Bye, r - - :/;_ Americani Quartet LMy Marguerite, t^ntii; /Lauder Hits, - - \Medley of Scottish Songs, Walter J. Van Brunt The Imperial Band The Imperial Band McCormack Renders a Most Charming Number.-- 10-INCH RED SEAL RECORD, PRICE $1.25. 64302 At Dawning, - - - John McCormack -Free demonstrations at any of "His Master's Voice" dealers everywhere. Ask for a Free copy of our 300-page Musical Encyclopaedia, listing over 5000 Records. -, Berliner Gram-o-phone Company, Montreal. Umited. Suffragettes Hard After Kier Hardie .Edinburgh,; l�'cb. 0. - Suffragettes gave* James Keir Hardie, the Socialist and ..Independent labor member for Merthyr Tydwil, a warm ;reception at a .maetlns here i'dnight. Although . he a^su'rpd tliemi of jihe labor party's-I support in having iha next bill made a govewm-rnt measure, the women rose, .one- n�t-r another,, and;.denounced him. He ordered the police to lot tlieni speak,; hut one had .declaimed violently for a quarter of: an hoiuv the chairrr.'.m had her removed. This created a gieit tumult. We carry the only fu&and complete^^stock of Victrolas and Victors in the c-ifr, together |ith:3QQ0 records Visit ourVictprvBarlor^tQ^day, 5th Street South Lethbridge T�nrn nnrnfljo l-ADLK LIDLRHL0 READY FOR FRAY STRONG ORGANIZATION FORMED WITH MAYOR DOUGLAS AT THE HEAD Taber, Feb. 8.-A meeting of the Liberals of this city and community was held in the Cousins Hall on Friday evening, for the purpose of effecting an organization, and a general discussion of affairs. A large number were present, and W. W. Douglas was-elected president of the new organization. Sunday was children's day in the Knox Church, Rev. H; W. Mahaffy preaching two very inspiring sermons to the children. A special feature of the service 'was the large, choir composed solely of children. The people of Taber will have a chance to vote on the'question of grouting a franchise to the- Canada West Coal- Co. for a period of twenty years, to supply light and power,'for the town, it is time that something was being done, for the light situation is anything but. satisfactory to the consumers, although no blame can be attached to the company Supplying the current now. It is expected that the franchise will find no opposition among the rate payers-, audit such is the case the company are prepared to goiahead with the work immediately, and to have "the plant -ready for use in about six weeks. There seemB to be a brisk demand for town lots lying close to Taber and inside property also. One dealer reports the sale- of twenty-nine lots to a private individual living in Lethbridge. Other dealers also report a good many sales during the past week. WOMEN SOLD THE GROCERS APPLES Chicago, Feb. 8.-The Women's club, which recently conducted an egg sale, 'went.into, the apple- business yesterday, and last night it1'wac announced that ablaut 30,000 barrels had be�n disposed pf. The sale'is/on agaim-to-day. .The'apples were on salo iu about half 'the �� 'grocery, stores in  Chlcagp, No money vested by the women, but -they arranged; the :buying and selling' prices, and took ordei'B for the apples. � BIJOU THEATRE To-night and To-morrow, Tuesday A GREAT PROGRAM 11 "The God Within' One of Those Heart Stories with an Excellent Lesson  "Pathe's Weekly" Showing Events of More than Usual Interest the World Over "A Limited Divorce" LIKE THE CAT THEY CAME BACK" Two Sparkling Comedie TEA MATINEE 2 to 5 p.m., PRICES : : 15c and 5c. EVENING: 15c and 10c; BOXES: 25c. The Morris Theatre TO-NIGHT A GREAT TWO-REEL' PRODUCTION OF Scenes, Conditions, and Happenings in Alberta See the great Burns* Fire in Calgary ALSO GRAND INTERNATIONAL 6tepa**fo segregate all -the Indt0fc'8ntf,''&fc*;'^ kon 'Who areyubercula'r.:'-"^fick|)wfe ports 8jay.' that>frem;:'ti^^^0^pm cent, of the^^^Indlansin (he tuli^-jaw' suffering-, from consumption',"'aT^ilR'jj � believed ,tliat it "these Avepe -sepr.a^g'd' fron>qhi"^fia� whites- improved condition^' Nvouia^?-,r' .-suit;'' -" lHl'^ '�'- 'f-'F-nf-( Get Busy! Six room house, on--50-x-,12& feet, 12th St.,'near 6bh :Avenue South. $4,000.00 cash, balance $30.00 7%. Clear Title . $500 month, The S|i(erltOiCk;^l�