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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1911 THE 1, E T II I! Fl 1 Hfl 10 n A I I. Y HERALD PAfiR Make The Teapot Test Put "SALADA" TEA in a warm on freshly boiled water stand for five you will have the most delicious cup of tea you ever tasted. "SALADA" HAS THfi FLAVOR THE FRAGRANCE 1 THE DELICIOUSNESS that makes Ceylon Tea the beverage of delight. In aealed lead packages BLABK. QREKN or MIXED AND IHE HAIL CardBton, AMn., Jan. lias boon received from Ktmball that at a Jato hour ono night (ant a re- volver or rifle shot was fired through thn atom window cC Frod- Bltnm, nnd crashing tlirough tho ma- Loriktfi hanKing: in thn store went (liroiiffh (hp roar waif. reason be given for a stray shot at that hour of ilie ntRht, and as several por- SOHB wero In this otoro at the tLmo, It wonlil Koom that the had been nl OKO of but went wliln of lhe mark. The matter la bfv htg invc'stlKalwl an if If possible tho cnllty parly "will he made to ans'.ver for thn mi n demeanor. Brandon, Mai.. owner ,1 ifij.ji ler .section, u'fiicb must lir jv.irrly timber land. There were rrics ol but Hit I discussion on and Mr. Simp- j sou made a. brilliant defense of the f'.mriamriitac of tiie TV hi di In.- sit ill (ormc-il thp many hours' labor. Alter Mr. Kimji- j son's speech, die committee report I was catrinl- A motion to uranl no exemption, i the that it Jan. S this m'S'1' wean tl'.r rnisiuc; [il the rate. OL the Manitoba i ft second iippr airmen I- convention, K. debated. For luiH an hour the il'iKCimslon iias a fa TCP. There wcrft RinrniiuLCiifK aineinlnirnts to Die Craiii, iif Lander, declared lie had Ijepn ihinUnE; about Ihe hill all He the lull amount of Uir if or more was in other words, If .-iiMy-dve per cerM. ;i crop was the iniiaimler useless and (MIES ASSAFF IS KILLED FOR M Ihou'cvcr, was defeated, despite I pica 01 sp-veial delegates th: drain Growers' llenilers, of Culross, .Man., and .1. Oakville, vrre re- rlectcrt president and vice-president respcrtivcly. President Menders tnadc the reqiieu tc the convention that he br ailon- r.il to retire ibis year, but the con- vention iHianLmo'Jsly rfcclaied him re- elected. IIail insurance and the rest living problem were the leading topics oE the big gathering this morning- Directly the convention sot down 10 business the- lirsl tbing brought HJI u as a proposal to amend the con- st ilution, increasing the' number of ilirrctoTs ol the central association '-o fonfonn with the rural "dominion constituencies and make the }i blind a r its ol districts coiitoiTn therewith, also that rauli district hpfc tix own dlrrctoi Aftrt considerable ritscusnon it was rlrcideti iioi rhangp consUtu- dtica1 ovtnp, fo tlie iacl that provin- 1 ir ol spats IK uifeu jtar3" l to made. tftcV I'lio molfcio was hy 11. De-Well, Fecondcd by J. llrown. and read. rlalifni, As- saff, a Syrian Iron; Mount Lebanon, and for three >rarn in Halifax, was murdered at a place a little off the Sweet Havhor road, there is rlouhl. He was kilted in order that flic murdnrer rnijht get 5100 in the young jirddlar's [KK-kets and tho hoily was buried under a pile oi hiu-sh at (he rnailsirtd. The body was (ound yesterday alternoon. There was a huge gasli in the. head, which is said to have been ir.fik'tc'I with ;vn axe, and lhe body otherwise badly j haltered. _____ Detective llanrnhan and (.'ounti' j sustair.cil. Krom the L'mlah arrived at Halifax I hire ot tlie discus on, it was evi- with Kau Ara Cook, 22 rtats old, dent that the delegates had got anv- 'and is in custody on suspicion. In (he thing hut a linn gtusp tif the bill, house wl.ctn lived were found It pointed ovit that a man with new pants, hraces, handkerchiefs, and forty made up at een'.s prr n valise and a revolver and a j-old acre for (ns u'finlo ijuarler section had watch mid tin Cook's only lo p.ij- ior the full inaur- j found u pocket book ante, hut some delegates thought ev- AssafT. en this should not be paid by Kinnll j raiiuets. Ttie time for t-laims fncd at jt S Novnober J, a opicmticr 15, be- __ 7f] [j D ft H no action be taken, bui this noiice of molion stand over un- 1il the next- annual convention. IN'SIM' M, l.ako. o! Moose .Jaw, sfcrc- Saskatcheivan conrention. d discovercrt in Saskatth elvan tlmt il was r-ot always advis- ablc 'anneis lo meet in a town tliat'lmt rather in the country school Kclrmng lo the cos( of liv- ProWem he said Jim Hill bad n't the nail on the head when he said: What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows Biff at Sherman Winner "Good wine nopdB no buah." and t-oo Tftudovlllo offerlnK at tho only rocog- nlied houao of hlgh-clagp In the city needs no comment. SB Its merit is that all who saw tho bill last evening were loud In tliolr con- gratulations. Tho honorn are chared (Mfnally hy thii svhole romp.inr. N.ivor lieloro -has such an array or Ultnt ap- pftarrxl here, and it will ho n. matter of BurprfBo and iv.erpit [I capanltv aurll- encos do not reign foi- nott two days. IlllllD in a charming, potite mRlden, whoso romlitiona on ihc vin- Wn and saxaphonft captivated the a-uvll- enco, and the appla FH IJKIH- tanooue and prc'ionKfd tliat was recalled Umo after tlmo. MamoII Clarft are marvels oil i wheels, parformlnif remarkable cvolu- lions on roller nlcatcs. and winning approval by the graceful and capable manner In which they execute tho gyrations. Happy Jo'innir is knoun ibc world over as tbc klnc o! com- edians, and with hlh [inrtjior I.ormg convulsed tho house. In fact, nad the audience their wiah, Johnnto would yet have been niakir.s mirth, i This IR tho best rorr.edy act ever seen hero. j Tne closing act Is Prince Kcirmi Co., whose n-onriflrftil mystical iltu- alons completely held the audience' apelfbound. A v. on! pictirre cannot attempt to do justice to this masterly net. It is and myetlfy- i ijig to a degree, iriph clflss entertain-1 ment is a g-ood advertisement, for Uie j city, and 4t is to bo hoped the man- sgotnent will be encouraged by every citizen to atlK contiinm to bring the JjMl in tho amu3oment TrorJd for their! approval, and to show hy their Pat- j they appreciate the efforts made to uplift the standard ot amuee- TIItiit in city. .Matinees are given daily at 2.30 p.m.; -prlcos, ]S and 10 cents: and the evening prices are F.O Immensely1 pon- I iilar. Jtblldron ,oente, adults 35 A conls, that the K.R.O. aign sliould be To-day Empress To-day ALL FEATURE PROGRAM EXTRAORDINARY The Special Officer A MAGNIFICENT TWO-REEL LUBIN ECt The James Boys in Missouri THREE REELS OF THRILLING EXCITEMENT Johnnie MacLachlan--Tlie M ie an in the SEVEN REELS OF THE BEST MOVIES AND VAUDEVILLE Kilti e 150 MONDAY TALKING ITCTUHKS person was TONIGHT PATHOS AND HEROISM OF "The Veterans" A SEAL LIVE THRILLER KEYSTONE COMEDY Cohen Saves Flag CAN'T BE BEAT MORE LAUGHS "Always Together" A NOVELTY PICTURS Special for Monday A part allegorical master- piece an adaptation of iliu fam- ous poom by AdeLaii'c A, I'roc- tor, entitled "Tho -Lest Chord" lor o-hlch Ihe music was com- posed by Arthur Sullivan. This is one of tho powerful selections in the repertoire of the u-orlU famous Caruso. It is Ideally pre- aentcd with pleasing tints and tones mid of Flrnnff dram- atii; qualities as will rr.idUy classify it with ttia fort'inoet production of modern clnemato- SHERMAN THEATRE A Program Par Excellence Tonight and Tomorrow Field and Loring THE MERRY TRAMP AND THE DANCING GIRL Billie Burton THAT MUSICAL MAID Marnell Clare WORLD'S NOVELTY ROLLER SKATERS Prince Karmi Co. IN INDIAN MYSTERIES FOUR OF THE WORLD'S BEST PHOTO PLAYS MATINEE, DAILY AT 2.30 p.m EVENING at 7 and 9 p.m., Adults 35c; Children and lOc. 25c. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION Torooio, OnL, Jan- labor unions of Canada arc invited by the Miners' Federation League of British Columbia- lo riecJare a national strike of tabnr unions ot Canada until lhe miners imprisoned in Nanaitsio, B C., hill, next spoke on the work 0I the r nmtnitlee chnsm yesterday io in- 1o ieveral ot UIP clauses, lie plead eri for a broad outlook on the mat- tor, but delegates raised con- tention points. Ultimately the whole. bill adopteil n.xc'cption ami (hks i-o tint fileui- "iiiat- no ojic coulci tivenipl liitnsell except- the factor in the source oi taxation. MONEY SITUATION BRIGHTER London, Jan. rate of dis- coiint nf iho B'init of Kngland wns re- duced from FJ to rer cent, tcday. ThiH was linn to tho steady ntreiiRtli- cniifi; of (he reserve anij the improve- ment in continental monetary circles. ttng cHmai to tonight's all With the Price of Meat and Eggs Soaring 'It's worth while to consider (lie. health of using cereal t'oort. Gee It at Star I and Tonight j A 'worth while" shov.- ts to be Fften J at Starland tonight. Many ft. good i laugh will bo had from thii Kcystouo comedy "Cohen Saves the Flag1." This Is, without douM, the funniest Tunny are liberated. The miners request over produced, and win be a fit- strike be [lecinrcd on Janu- ary 10, The Toronto locals hnre not s? The P-rMa ,h. i, i, te J __________ j How often we 'hear the older genera- A linn rural 5oTioo] uWTpencil at (Ion that .vouns people to- S. S. 3, Grcenoek, near 1 so lhe CivL1 Paisloy, Ont. Wan To rersona past middle Ufa it is a vh-id (hoy listened to old soldiers tell thrilling etorica of their adventures in tlie camp Mid on tie have heard them in school on Mem- orlal sat on their knees at I home, drinking In tales ot CJettvBburg and "Uncle Aba" ond March, to the Sea. But to tho child- rftn and J-OUHE" people up In Our country, all this Is mere "his- and 'Memorial dar IB nst a holt- day, .'or plcnioias: and The of tlie sixties doesn't exUt for them. This homely drama ot 'Mr. Clifford and iMr. luce brings bacic and mBhcs vlrM all the nathos nnd hftroism of the Civil War dars. It will help to ilwidle, advantage economy ami Wheat and barley are rich in Nat lire's nutriment, and there's .sub- stantial evidence flint cereals give (me greater endurance than meat. Grape -Nuts FOOD made from whole wheat ami nuillcd contains all the nutritive elnncnls ol' these great food grains, including Uuk mill" grown in which arc indispensable (D pn-l'ecf htilance hotly, brain and nerves. Grape-Nuts is and convenient ready to eat direct from the rreain. and a liHIe if desired, BOTH GAINED ancf Wife Thrive on Grape-Nuts The notion meat in neresskry for anri tin: I'oundallon of sulld floah is not now as prevalent nfi fonuerlv. Mxccsyivfi meat osiers irro uMinlly ahipRlsii n )ia rt uf liic time beciiUHt iiii-y avi1 iiul to f'lily disest their- Toe it, and the jiortlon la changed into wlml is a kltnl of jioieoii lhAt arts njinn tho bloo'l HIT vrs. tisn.-. Dotting all ihronpli 1 lit- (.jstoni. "I was a licavj meat man wriic.s. "nutl r.jt lo livo years apo was in vrry pcor health. I suffered with so iliat I only weighed DTi "Tlifi; I i.cavil fooit ami t i Same old reasonable price lor (he fo iry it. M. wife first, Ir.it whim SBuied rn rn'inrU iiiirl fell HO sho tbctig'ii he wpu'd too. N. w ia; and wvH bus jtrnluerl -in uovor have in nr: I M'ldom feel liin havri rid theinsehcs of t.y by Catiad- r. OuJ, toad to "There's a Reason for Grape-Nuts hy Miilt Cnnstrian Poituni Lid., Wlndtor, Ont Poliali Your Furniture with 3-in-One oil Put a few drops ot 3-tn-One oil on Q soft clolli wrune out LQ cold THe wipe yotr pTir.o, n e.ny v tad 6njn touts ditsppcu. Ttss pslish w-jih iy nibbfDg viih lhe ot tte wood (not I'D Original Luifre Rcttored youi eyei, wilh DO vimiiri odor, no No tcfd or tub off oa your cl If n F g to tnjrte artl wi'-h 3-U-Oc? c the KtkiBi ft Hti t O oil la rci nccir Ecceid ilDTU. 1 I0c At the BIJOU That Ihe IHjnn Intends to sustain Its the homo of lush class pictures is plainly evident on its lint of coming- at- I dramatized Friday BIJOU 99 A splendid Two-Rod Kclnir Feature. Full of Deceit, Action, Force, and Stirring Sit- uations. The Pursuit of Fame A Roaring Imp Comedy keep tlie sanlimeiit nf (hose slirring liearini; for ttii first time dnys nlivo in tho ioirls of young and ,the world-famous tiauraoiiL Talking .old. The play really'has a mission. I These nru the very latest :.Vo characters coidd be more tyiJcnl, nnd :ini1 evcryono should nmke to lite, or more lovable, tlian i-rraniemonls to son [liom here, [old Amos Hood and MnrMiEL, -his w'.fe. their plaintive romance, inter- tlio devoted trib'.Ke of the old comrades, cut short only by death, affords us a lingering look I hack into a period of aftectlonutc home life and patriotic sHf-sacriflce i that is Jast paPBine 'with tlie- thinning i out of the ranks o? the old veterans ln fllm "l Chepstow Custle. f.ns- Innii.'svlih King llasgot and l.mli Hjfrd heading tlio cast, has broken all i _ honse records wherever it goes. Programme extraordinary EmpreM V0llr Bfavorltr For 15 centK H is ImposRible to pro- photo-play actreas, in -The Girl o1 the vide a profiramme to e.trccrt fn qua lit v j Woods." and excellence that provided by Hit! Llllie bangtry in Xcislihor'a management of this, the people's house, tlie -n-nek-cnd j Laura Sawer and Mouse Peters In Its patrons. Seven vcr-ls of tlie finesi j -An Hour Iteforo are some productions in ttic irorM and more of the coming ntcracJions. vnudcvllle at (his rtsure aro hard to I For tho coming week "The Signal of m-at, and It will bo a Cf-aiidmoMifr'n nnd "Hotter year bj' year. Grand Masquerade Carnival Friday, Jan. 16th, '14 AT THE COSY Roller Rink AT 7.30 P.M. 6 VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN JUDGING AT 9 P.M. SKATING BEFORE AND AFTER JUDGING DANCING from 10.30 to 12 Admiuior. 2Sc. Skates 25i. Majestic Theatre JUST ONE NIGHT I Monday Jan. 12 THE OfUGINAL PCAV OF "THE UNDERWORLO" The Deep Purple By Paul Armbtrong and Wilson Mizner A PLAY FOR THOSE WITH RED BLOOD IN THEIR "VEINS PRICFS: 75c. and 25c. to school this year, and Is already start oil 'wtth a sultefiuHory attendance. CalriweH has a representation ;it work on IVTortnon Temple at Cards ton. Roceir-tB for ivork done art? ItFijpj to all who have with hnullng gravel and done any otljor ivork In connection with the JayiKg oC the foundation. ;timo before thn managemeot ivllt be; Than After Fifty Yearn ahln to repeat such R varied show at J comTortablo theatre (his figure. _____________ Tho principal items are "The Spe- cial a two-reel feature by the Rreat Co., a drama full of those EltuntCona and Incidents that win he nt rUoba telephones yjetittxl province a surplus of iiur- ihe tweh-Q months ending with grip t attention ami hold the intDr- eat of on audience all the time. The great three-reel picture iiy the of tlie James in tho CALDWELL HAPPENINGS CtJdwell. Alia.. Jan. enliool h.iR heen closed tor over a year, and [ho district waft tn of losing Us place wilh tlie tJcpart- tvhfin the ratepayers and board decided that It should he ouened. Tho MiBBourl, comes to us with highest recommondntions, nnd eh own tho life ot these notorious brothers from boyhood right uj> co the time of the shooting of James and the pnrdon of Prank. .Icrhnnle Mac.tach.lcui, man in tho has bncomo such a prime Firhool, nnd It vrouUI ho a regretnble favorite with our patrons, will ngatn jtlilns if the illslrlct was let go. ndd to tho pleasure of the entertr.in- I -iWas Hogfti. alptcr o[ Mr Krnc-sl mont In another now song act. hlcRol of 'Mountain View, who lias Noxt week the- citizens of Lcth- 1 been poi-erneaa at thn Cook ranch bridge will have an opportunity of [on Boundary Creek, hap been engns- lack of children of a schootgolngr Is responsible for this sInto but the probability of some now fam- ilies moving In has given llio trustees Eoine eucrmrnCement to go on and sustain the organisation. tlio upper nan. of tho Cocbrone ranch la settled, Caldwell will bo iho now selling Box Omc TO GROW CELERY Ottawa, Jan. government has been advised that four hundred .Hollanders, who IIELVQ been 11 ring in the Knlamazoo of Michigan, Uie greatest celery raising country, aso migrating to the townahtp of Dun- I wlch In East Elrin. 10 start n Industry there. They havo secured some thonsiiinl aores of law swfunity suitable to celery cul- ttvnlion :ind ohm to start business on an extensive scale. MY CATARRH BALM 11' NOSE AND GO Breathe Fraely! Cleara Stuffed-up .balm dissolves hy the heat of the nos- Inflamerf Note and Head and Stopi lulls; I't net fates nr.d lioals the inflani- C.tarrh.) Dull Headache, Flops u..st> and feoliiiK of Huiiiriins, -fjothhig relief Try "Ely's CreRm Daltn." tconiirs lumiorliutulv. Get R liottle anyway, just to I Uou'i lav tonight try a little in Iho nostrUs for with head noairllrt and instantly your clogged nobo anil stoppfld-up air passflffss of the opun: .you will b re A the freely; and hcadnche disappear. Ityiand raw tiryticds In mornins' -tins cataiTh, cold-in-hoad, or trulj' ntcillc-sn. L-losed, liau-king ;unl tilowltig. Cjii- urrJi or a trutcj with Itt> ruunfng rrosr, foul nuicouB