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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 23, 1011. THE LETHBMBGE DAILY HERALD JOSEPH HAD fMip i ni r1 iNSAilABLE Doctor Quotes Modern Instances that Bear out Genesis London, Jan. AV. Saltau Fenwick, in a locturc 611 the "Kceeu trickles of declared that tbe earliest trace of 'insatiable hunger' "is to be found In the book of Genesis, where Pharaoh consulted Joseph about his dream of the fat and lean kino, hi which the lean kine devoured the fat ones without appearing an atom the better for it. That exactly describes the case of the 'insatiable hunger' vic- he declared. "They will cat al- most anything iXct are always hun- grey, lean and Ill-favored." Then he went on to give instances hud known. A girl of eight, he eaid, .who ordinarily at table ate as much as the other seven members of the family p.ut together one day es- caped to the kitchen and there ate a rare codfish, two pounds of tallow candles aud several pounds, of butter. A boy victim, for purposes of medi- cal observation, was allowed 24 pounds of raw meat in the time, besides in- imineruble other -things. A tbird pa- tient, a little girl, was placed iu u garden of shrubs, so tired were her parents of her insatiable ap: petite. But that did-not -stop-her eating, for later they discovered g that she had eaten up all the leaves, all the small twigs, and had started gnawing a bough. Another startler the case of a boy who, on being Khiit. up in an empty room, was dis- covered afterward to have eaten all his clothes. Talking about what he called the "idiosyncrasy of be told of peo pie who plastered their food with salt and never sat down to a meal -without emptying the salt collar. Then lie told of patients whose craze was :to eat paper, these being mostly children, who would scrape the paper off tlie walls to satisfy their strange craving, the result be- 5ng the formation of sodden paper balls in the stomach which sometimes proved fatal. Finally he had a go at the vegata- most difficult people in the world to Dr. Fen wick de- "Prove to them that vegetar- ianism is making them, .shockingly thin and they -will guy: 'Oh, but that's my wiry, nature." They are always cold; they never live to' a great age. They lead a short, but glorious exist- ence. Many 'of them die of self-in- flicted vegetable dyspepsia." AFTER THE CUP ALBERTA HOLDS (Kdmontoti Capital.) A strong effort Is to be made by Alberta this year to secure the annual convention and show of the Interim tlonal Dry Farming Congress for Lett bridge no.xt year. Tbe Congress was neiij at Spokane last year, and will bo held at Colorado Springs, in. Colorado, tills It is likely tliat as strong a tiqu as possible will be sent to Color- j ado Springs this year from this prov- ince, iu an effort to carry the con- vention and have the place meet- ing for next year fixed at nils Is one oi the most important held in the Western States, and if LethbrlUge succeeds iu gecurlug it, hundreds of farmers from an over the Western States will come to Alberta, Big Fight for Trophy A big fight is to be made at the con- gress at Colorado Springs by Colorado and other southern states to take from Alberta, the big silver trophy. this province captured at the-congress a. Spokane last year, for the best Mil maintained at the congress. The outhern states, Including Texas au3 Colorado, may combine iu an effort to re-capture tho trophy, and it is e.v- pectod that they will expend several thousand dollars in putting un an c-x- 111-bit thai will outshine that of Alber- ta. Australia .will be anoi'.ier compet- itor of-Alberta for this: trophy, which is presented by Governor Hay, of the State'of Washington, and which now on tne mautel of the fireplace in the office of Duncan .Marshall, minis- ter of agriculture for Alberta. Aus- tralia last year spent ?10.000 in.send- ing an exnibit to Spokane. Hill WiH Help Jas. J. Hill, president of the Great Railway, is, it Is.believed, be nind a big scheme to re-capture the trophy .from Alberta next year. Last year, Mr. Hill, in company with a 'car- load of officials, came to .Spokane and spent some time looking at the exhib- it from. Alberta. Colorado will take a. leaf out of Alberta's book this year In planning her exhibit- Make Bid for Big Space Alberta will "make a "bid''for big space in the dry farming shov.- this year. Immediately the plans of the snow grounds have been issued Alber- ta will apply for space, and will en- deavor to secure as good a location as trie- provincial exhibit occupied last year, namely a space directly in front of tlie main entrance to the exhibition, tent. LOCAL BUDGET C. B. Hall, oi Taber, is in the city oa busincss.- Janc Morgan, aged 77 years, moth- er of Mrs. Geo. Gwatkins, died On the ISth inst., on their ranch five miles east of town. Rev. J. E. Murrell- Wright conducted the funeral service this afternoon at the Anglican ceme- tery and interment was in charge ot K. G. Addison, TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Archbishop Bruchesi, in a pnst-T.nl. letter, asks, tho Roman Catholics of .viontrenl'to subs be to the King Ed- ward memorial fund. Archbishop lias crotestcd to the management of Sarah Bern- hard fs tour against the performance of "Sappho" and "La Sorciere" in Mon treal. The Montreal delegation to Wash- ington to protest against damming of the Long Sault Rapids, believed their interests will be duly safeguard- ed in whatever is done. .1 P i m PHOTOPLAY THEATRES are pronounced by world renowned educat- ors to be highest form of education and amusement in the world, and increasing la popularity every day with the reined and educated classes. LEADING Starland Limited Is recognized as the lead- ing and the strongest amusement company of its kind, operating popular price theatres in the Domniion, exhibiting always tho Jatest and most productive novelties in motion' photography. HEAD OFFICE 309 Bon Accord Block 'WINNIPEG CANADA ESTABLISHED 19QS Small Beginning INCORPORATED 1309 Phenomenal Expansion DIRECTORS P. Lemarquaiid PRESIDENT. E. L. Ledoux VICE-PRESIDENT A. LaniRi-quaiid OWNERS OF THE STARLAND THEATRE CIRCUIT WE RECOMMEND. This stock is recommended to Bankers, Lawyers, Doctors, Railroadmen, and all shrewd investors who aro looking for large returns and a sound and safe investment, amongst all of whom ive number friends and patrons. STOCK EXCHANGE The Company has decided to list this stock on the Winnipeg Stock Exchange at early date. REASONS, Owing to the .large and increasing profits, Company does not require any outside money to carry 011 its bushies, but is nqvr prepared to extend its Circuit over the-Do- minion, aud establish a :Starland" thea- tre in every city of sufficient., population. The expansion of the business fcr' the' last thre years, has ben carried on largely-.by tho profits, but the Company has now de- cided to turn the profits to the stockholders next year, and the expansion of the business, which includes several projected new thea- tres for the coming year, will be financed tb'rough this isue of stock. ONLY Only a small portion of this stock will be .ofered in each city where the "theatres, as the company, desires to give-all its friends, and patrons throughout Western Canada as an opportunity of taking shares in this profitable undertaking. However, a small portion of this stock will be available for the general public for tho time. specified. COMPRISING Starland Theatre, Winnipeg. Dreamland Theatre, Winnipeg.- Elite Theatre, Regina. Stariand Theatre, Saskatoon. Dresmland Theatre, Saskatoon. Starland Theatre, Prince Albert. COMPRISING Starland Theatre, Brandon. The Bijou Theatre, Brandon. .Starland Theatre, Calgary. Empress Theatre, Calgary. (now In course of construction.) S'.arland Theatre, Lethbrldge. {now in course of BANKERS CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SOLICITOR Hugh D. Cutler Several other sites have already been secured and many other theatres are projected for 1911. AUDITOR H. M. Cherry Chartered Accountant BRANDON AND WINNIPEG Under supplementary Letters Patent granted under the Joint Stock Companies' Act of capital stock of the. Company has been Increased to divided into shares of S25.0Q each. STARLAND LIMITED NOW OFFERS For -the First Time, Shares of Each at Par IT IS Estimated fay the tht pact t money inverted now will multiply tv year, a i follows: NOW. IN FIVE will grow to will grow to.........feMO will grow to PROFITS Starland.Company's Cir- cuit earned 47 per cent. on. 'its paid-up Capital for the shareholders last year.'- ..The books of the Com- pany are audited monthly "by their chartered account-- ant. TERMS SHARES EACH per share with Application. S5.00 per share in 30 S5.GO per share in 60 days, S5.00 per share In 90 dayt. The Company reserves the right to ac-_ cent or refuse applications in full or; in part, and to allot a portion only of the; of shares -which may be applied for to any applicant. WESTERN INVESTORS Western investors will'have to cure some of this stock before coining in from the East 4 big expected for these shares from Toronto, Montreal and other Eattem ADDRESS All Applications and Communications to C. ROSE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, or STARLAND LIMITED 309 BON ACCORD BLOCK APPLICATION FORM f Starland Limited. 309 Bon Accord Block, Winnipeg, MUL hereby.apply at thy Capital Stock ot Starland -Limited, par value" of 125.00 each. I agree to accept the allotted "to. 'ine or to any lewier number iralch may he allotted to me. I enclose herewith first payment of per .-Yours'truly, WINNIPEG CANADA WHEAT GROWING ASA The wiiCdL forming .thirty acres in every shift ni eight hours. Twelve or eighteen, or even twenty-four, furrows may be 11 ploughed simultaneously. J[ neces- sacy three shifts of men will work the whole twenty-four power- ful acetylene searchlights at night. LOCAL BUDGET C. F.. P. Coaybeare returned from Winnipeg Saturday evening. J. H. Milllgan, mayor of Purple Springs, is in town today. A.. Gibbons reports an increas- In.ordcr to leave nothing t0 chance, inS demand for real estate, Montreal acres of the will be havc just, invested tere. 000 W-ll !dcr irrigation. Risk and loss conse ill i ijfint _ tfee occlirrcnce (Ir-v seasons will thus be eliminated, attend J. H. Flcetwoort, chairman O.r jwcthod of Operation Oj! school board, left this afternoon ihc annual convention oi Alberta .School Trustw? London, Jan. The London Daily Tilc first year of the new companv Express has the following interesting be devoted to bringing the land account or a gigantic fanning scherrc- cultivation, the first wheat crop heing harvested in 1912, when acres will be under cultivation. By 19J3 and the to' the- THE HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT OF MONTANA known sc the CARLSBAD OF THE NORTHWEST THE NEW MODERN HOTEL AND BATH HOUSE at Boulder not Springs. Montana, was opened to the public July 21st THE HOTEL is situated in the MOUNTAINS, with the' most CHARMING SCENIC SURROUNDINGS., three (3) miles from Boulder, Montana, on the main line of the Great Northern Ry., and Branch of the'Northern Pacific, midway between' Hel- ena and Butte. THE HOTELJs of the Mission Type, has a capacity of 125 roonis, nirnished, Equipped with an up-to-date Heating I lant, Lights, Hot and Cold Water, and Telephones in every room. THE BATH HOUSE -which is connected to the Hotel, is equip- ped with Private Tub Baths, Private Plungee, Needle and Shower Baths, Natural Mineral Water Vapors. Massage. Hair Dressing and Manicure Departments. The appointments are up-to-date in all departments, and in charge of competent and skilled attendants. T WATERS of ibis WELL KNOWN and POPTJ- L.AK RESORT, come from raany springs, ranging in temperature irom loO to 1SS degrees hot and are NOTED for CURE cr KIDNEY and LIVER COM PLAINTS, VklN' and other AILMENTS. THE douhle. S3.00 single and up; per room location, etc. Tueee rates include 3 use of THE BATHS, with BLANKETS and iREE. THE HOTEL is under the MANAGEMENT OF T E McCOP- MICK. who.has had many years' experience in handling resorts of this ir.nd. All communications should be addressed to J. E, McCORMICK, Manager BOULDER SPRINGS, MONTANA. now being got under way in Alberta. The Express says It is a sound commercial principle that operations conducted on a large scale result in efficiency and higher rim! more consistent profits oti I3in capital employed. This principle- is applied lo railways, to shipping, to the textile industries, to many other producing and manufacturing attivi- j 'ties, hut hitherto has been rarely tended into the field oi agriculture. A new company, tho Canadian Wheat! I Ls.nris, Limited, wilh a capital of j j and a freehold tract oi OQO acres oi the finest prairie land in j Southern Aibcrta, arc about, to applv j modern business organization mcihorls I to the growing o[ wheat. Tlii1 land bas been specially select- "ill be under wheat 101-i acres yielding sonv.; bushels wheat oi the val-'' at Wciaskhvin. The Scott rink has accepted -the green skip challenge from S. .Jackson published in Saturday's Herald. As j the- game cannot be played tonight it' is ;o take place on the first open b. Ives tins morning soul tr, new January 28 uc of AD TO CANCEL So bnd arc We drifts on fhG A. 51. t L St. Mary's branch that the train in from Cardston did not lea-ve at all today, and train to CarJ.-ilon fron liore ruternoou was cancelled. The west bound local arrived froni Stanley Kirkham for G.' J. Hansch a slot wiih 35 foot frontage on j north site oi Seventh Ave., 'between Twelfth and-Thirteenth Sts. }Thp description of the property is a !Portion oi lots 10 ami 20, subdivision of lots o and G, Block E. J. A. Richards, manager of tfir jDawson Co.il Co., EdmojiTon, jiormrriy oi Lclhbridgc, is in the city .for a few days on business. lie ar- rived hrrc yesterday morning nr.rt will probably leave for the north again on Thursday. Albert Sehmerlskc, a halt The tin's full attendance. There .-will a practice Monday night, from .tonight meeting piece to.WaBf. noucced later. Ml copies of "Little Jack requested to bring them S bci'ig'of 35-h p., capable of -Sisis. tho Overseas Sniokcr. Froirspt i-Hty-mne i iciest for thc Great i receipt price. Sold Falls Boarti of Trade excursion leav-j There will bo r- stage practice on j r.i.qht have'Sunday a; S o'clock Sa the after-1 OF VALUABLE JEWELRY at Stock-Taking Sale are spednlists in man- ufacturing jewelry and set- ting diamonds. Have your -watch property repaired at Roseborongh's, ROYAL BANK lUILOlNQ 407 REDPATH ST. purchased. Them is cor.sequent- noon. This practice should bare H ;