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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January 8,1913. THE LETHBRIIX3B DAILY HERALD PaSTc JACK JOHNSON TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW STARLAND VS. JIM FLYNN famous July 4th Contest Jan. 8-10 It's a Kay Bee It's a Kay Bee i "THE ARMY SURGEON" | THRILLS, 8E'NSAT�ON8, SURPRISES, IN TWO PARTS A FEATURE A8 GOOD AS "PERIL OF THE PLAINS"- MI88 ETHEL WILLIAMS WILL SING TWO OF HER FINE PRODUCTIONS Corning Monday !Srexl sammammmmmm The Law of The West" in Three Part*. IS L ACCEPTED PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION SO AS TO GIVE UNIONISTS A CHANCE IF MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF 'CORBIN/ The Human Dynamo Morris Theatre Oren F. Woody, the Sport Critic who was in Ftynn's Corner, will Deliver a Descriptive Lecture Introducing all the Famous Lights of the Fistic World. REMEMBER! These films were witnessed by 1,000 ladles at Edmonton, ind pronounced free from Objectionable features of any ascription. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DEFEATED DOCTORS IN NASTY SPIRIT REVENGE . THEMSELVES ON LLOYD GEORGE BY HURLING INSULTING EPITHETS THE NEW PASTOR OF COOKE'S ICHURCri.' Rev. John'McNeill, Whp arrived in the city yesterday, is shown In the company of Dr. J. A. Macdonald. 2 Till 111>. in. ADMISSION TO SAM HUGHES AFTER W. C. T. U.-WANTS THEM TO DISCUSS CANTEEN.PROBLEM ' tia in which they arc directly con-! rerncil. The canteen and the cadet movement are two questions which he maintains the women of the country arc interested in as mothers and sisters of the men. It is understood that a special session will he devoted to the discussion oi military subjects in which (lie women can take part. i London, .Jan. i>.-.Mr. Lloyd George should, by this time, be accustomed to hearing himself called hard names by his political opponents, but it is doubtful if any British politician ha� ever been as vehemently denounced at a public meeting in this country as j was the. chancellor of the exchequer I yesterday by 1,800 doctors, who re-[ fused to form the insurance act pau-: el. i All tlio oratory was of � tiery character, the following being a list oi the epithets applied to the chancellor and his methods :, "Mora! leper," "Malign comet," "arch opponent of the medical pro-or," "canting and cunning une ui'leri fession," "Judas Iscariot," "trait-geon, bribery and corruption," and by Uriah Heap," "methods of Blud-"policy of falsehood." The Daily Express heads its report of the -meeting with words from the pharmacopoeia. London, Jan. 8.-The home rule-bill was further considered in the house yesterday when seven clauses were disposed of by moans of the closure. Sir A. Mond moved to amend clause nine by providing that in any constituency which returned three or more members to the Irish house of commons, the elections should be held on the principle of proportional representation and each ft elector should have one transferable vote. John Redmond gave this proposal his assent on the ground that it was a temporary experiment and that it would give representation to the Unionists in the southwest of Ireland. Premier Ar.quith aiso accepted the amendment as an attempt to deal with a particular case and only as regards the inception of the Irish parliament. The amendment was passed by a majority of 230. SUPPORTED BY EXCELLENT COMPANY OF TALENTED ASSOCIATES IN EVENING OF MYSTERr, ENTERTAINMENT ana MIRTH POPULAR PRICES Reserved Seats uow on Sale at Kenny & Allin s Drug & Book Store AN AN J WAS BADLY BATTERED ROUGH SEAS ON TRIP ACROSS OCEAN BY 25c. ALEXIS IS AT HOME 4t. Petersburg,' Jan. 7.-TUe Russian Imperial Crown F-rfnca Max:*, with hin r'iiiher, the Kmperor Nicholas, this afternoon attended the distribution of gifts from the Christinas tree to the Cossacks of the bodyguard at the Palace of Tsarskoe 9eIo. This was the Crown Prince's first public jippenrance since his illncsB, and disposed of the reports that he .had been sent to the south-oi! France. Ottawa, Jan. 8.-At tlie-:approaching military conference. which is to bo held here in February there will be considerable departure from the DOUBLE-TRACK T. & N. O. Toronto, Jan. 8.-The recent trip of the grain train from the Canadian West has caused a proposition to be made to double track the T. & N. O. Railway, from North Bay to Cochrane track connection with the National Transcontinental at the latter place'. The cost would be between One and two million dollars. scope of v/ork from last year, for 258 miles, so as to give direct double-thu minister of mUitia^ancl-defense and his advisors have decided to invite the provincial and district presidents of the branches of the Women's Christian Temperance union, and presidents of branches of the. Daughters of the Empire, to attend the conference. The object in the. mind of the minister is to have opinions from the women of the country upon : different LOST A FAT COMMISSION Calgmy, Jan. 7.-The action of Leonard H. Keunsrly, against John Hextal, for $140,000 commission in connection with the sale of the Bow-ness subdivision in Calgary, for jl,- 300,000, was dismissed in the Supreme matters in connection "with the mili- I Court today 488 MUNICIPALITIES ON THE DRY LIST ARE MORE NON-LICENSE THAN LICENSED PLACES IN ONTARIO NOW New I'ork, Jan. S.-The British cruiser Natal, which brought home the body of Ambassador Whltelaw Reld, will remain in port two weeks to repair the damage she sustained on the passage from Portsmouth. The crew is painting the ship's hull, reairing top masts and gear, and cleaning up the ship generally, while the armourers are bending two plates on the starboaTd bow that were smash ed in by the furious seas. According to the stories told by the officers and men today, the cruiiser almost went to Davy Jones' locker on the night of Monday, December 23, when she was two days' from the Irish coast. The northwest gale blew 90 miles an hour, and the seas rose over the foretop, crashing down on the decks, and giving the ship a list of 40 degrees to port, which jammed the men on the watch below who were sleeping in their hammocks, against the deck above their heads and kept them in that position much to their alarm. The sudden lurch to port was caused by two guns breaking loose. Two Toronto, Jan., 7.-With the town of Renfrew, the village of Bath, and eleven townships yet to hear from, the belated returns received today at the local offices of the Dominion Alliance show that with those carried searchlights were smashed, a cutter in Monday's voting, there are now j was blown from the davits away into at least 4.8S dry municipalities in j the sea to leeward; the fore and main the. province of Ontario,'leaving 340 j top masts 'were broken off, and the with licenses. According to the lat-1 wireless apparatus carried away. .At est returns, at; least eighty licenses midnight the Natal was hit on the were annulled by last Monday's vot- j starboard bow by a mountainous sea, Empress THEATRE Entire Change of Program Tonight Five-Piece Orchestra Under Personal Direction of Mr. J. B. Gaskelt Everybody Welcome Usual Prices 1Oc and 15c LEADING LADIES' SKATE The very finest skate made, especially for the Ladies, both as to design and finish, is the tight, steady and sure LADIES' GLACIER Particularly steady, gives greatest support to the ankles, smooth.and fast, with the least exertion Imaginable. Best for rink use. "Starr" quality, and fully guaranteed. All dealers. THE STARR MFG. CO., Ltd. Dartmouth, N, S., Canada OPENING OF THE T MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO> EMPRESS DREW BIG CROWD AND PUT ON A FINE SHOW nig. The summary up to tonight is which stove In two of her plates, and let the water into her lower deck in Dry municipalities in 1912, 463 ;. coh- tons. tests this year, excluding repeals,.. Captain Greatrex thought of turn-70 ; municipalities carrying local op- ing tur ."Morse's M Indian Root Pills New. York, Jan. 7.-When his mother refused to let him have his mandolin today, IJarry . Harrison, a young musical' geriiusYlumped out of bed and. slashed 'her to death with a razor. Then he' locked himself in the bathroom of their apartment in Brooklyn, and cut his throat.- He cannot recover, . '.....'...........� - FRANK M:.iR,VAN President of the International Structural Iron Workers, who, .with -trrfrty-seven other*;,- was convicted by Indianapolis jury, of conspiracy and transporting dynamite. Astiima Catarrh WH00?5NG COUCHS BRONCHITIS SPASMODIC CHOUP COUGHS COLDS - nnuiiHW 'taw , A�!fflple. safe and effective treatment for fared*'' .Mali troubles, without dosing the tomacb yrittt drugs, � U�d with success (or thirty years.- ya '.' i ..- Tile air carryrtj the lujtlieptio vapor, toopfretf w)Ul every breath* snakes breathing tiw, Bc^Ulsfi, Uiewr�ttiro�t.BodstooiUeCourtr�iMrtM�r�(M trtfhts. 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