Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursdays January 23V iju;j I OUM Y All-Feature Program ing. "The Raiders of the Mexican Border" IN THREE REELS " Mable's Lovers " -AND- "At It Again" Two "Mable Normand's" Comedies 'l?ALKAX WAR Latest Scenes of the Conflict MISS AMY LAWRENCE WILL SING tomorrow- 'THE BURNING BRAND" A Kaybee At Starland Large crowds were in evidence at Starland last evening, on the occasion of the ffrst showiugs of the splendid three-reel feature, "The | Raiders of the'Mexican Border," a ; production which may well be class-' ed among the best photoplays which j jiave been shown in this city. It was j well received by the large audiences, i who were united in unstinted praiss � for such a commendable offering. The .comedies "Mabel's Lovers", and "At it Again", were the means of raising | one lonp; riot of laughter, whilst the excellent motion pictures of the lat-J est scenes oi the Balkan War, gave a very comprehensive idea of the lat-,est phases of the titanic struggle for supremacy. Miss Amy Lawrence, the talented soprano, won well deserved . praise for her rendering 0f some song . hits. Miss Lawrence is undoubtedly , the most winsome and pleasing little EMPRESS THEATRE CANADA'S FINEST PHOTOPLAY HOUSE Program for Today THE COWARD Powerful Stirring Western Drama MAKING AN AMERICAN CITIZEN Another .Interesting Drama BROTHER OF THE BAT One of those Ripping Comedies PROF. NEWRA'S CURE Comedy. Another side-splitter CALINO'S NEW INVENTION Comedy, with a Laugh Every Minute MATINEE EVERY we are first with latest DAY THE J. B. Gaskell's Orchestra in Attendance Song by Mr. Frank E. Evans, "My Bombay Maid." PRICES : : 10c and 15c PRAYING i OF ALL KINDS Western Transfer 1 Co., Ltd. Office--C.P.R. Freight Sheds -PHONES-^ Office: : J163 and 462 Stable-1064 The next C" M.' B. A. convention will be in Hamilton in September. j lady seen here for some time, and is ['rapidly'winning her way into the fa-jvor of Starland's patrons. The same program will be repeated today, j The management announce another I line production for tomorrow, in the ; offering of "The Burning Brand," a two reel feature. � � At the Empress Crowded audiences took in the pictures at the Empress last evening, and one of the best programmes put on yet was sh6wn. "The Coward" proved a powerful stirring western drama that everybody liked. -'Making an American Citizen,'' a drama which was much enjoyed, for everybody knew that it ivas some hard job and takes consid�rable schooling. "Prof. Neuras' Cure" was full of fun all the way through. "Calinos' New Invention" is a ripping, hilarious comedy, witli lots of ginger, and proved to be one of the funniest films ever shown at the Empress. This is an excellent programme and one well 'worth seeing. Mr. Evans' rendering of "My Bombay Maid" was met with hearty applause. Alderman and Engineer Su cumbs to Brief Illness--Wide spread Regret NATIONALISTS Another Voter Dies in Londonderry But Exile Returns Home K Mte of this and a taste of that, 'all day Vonj, dulls the appetite and weakens the digestion. Restore your stomach to healthy vigor by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after eaoh meal-andcut out the 'piecing*. Na-Dru-Co DyspepsiaTablet* ' are the best friends fer sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Mads by the National Drug and Chemical. Co. oi Canada, Limited. U9 Londonderry, Ireland, Jan. 23. - Another Nationalist has died, but his death is neutralized by the arrival of one from Canada. The intensity of feeling on both sides is not to be measured by the speeches oi the candidates. Col. H. A. i'akenhaui, Unionist, and D, E. Hogg,. Nationalist, which in both cases are notable for the absence oi either sectarian or personal bitterness. Col. Pakenham has expressed his. opposition to Home Rule in a calm and reasoned argument', but the extreme attitude of Ulster to the "measure has found expression in the speech ,of Deputy Lieutenant Held-man of Tyrone, who said : "IE by any mischance .Home Rule is forced on us we in Ulster have another alternative which we mean to use, and that is' to protect ourselves. We will take the. law into our own,hands in North Tyrone. We have fifteen Unionist clubs all (Very much -alive,, all going through drudgery and drill, being taught to use amis so as to be ready. to doey their commanders when the time'conies to defend their country to the death, if the necsssity' arises." ' In conclusion Mr. Heidman ssrid : "The Nationalists taunt- us that TJ1 stef's resistance is all brag and bluster, but we mean'to show them that it is stern reality." Owen Calton had his jaw broken when thrown from a rig at Aylmer. Rev. A. S. Ross of Montreal West, was elected moderator of Montreal Presbytery, which also adopted a missionary-budget of $1,200,000. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKEH, C.V.O, ALEXANDER LAIRD General Manager LL.D, D.C.L., President JOHN AIRJV ' Assistant General Mxnmget CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000 TOURISTS m TRAVELLERS . : The Canadian Bank of .Commerce, by reason ofits large number of branches in every Province of Canada, with direct representation in London, Eng., New York, Ban-Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Ore., Mexico and St. John's.Nfl'?y C/~,f\r�*TA Easy to prepare. Still easier to eat,' . Q^fJZs L/JJLci that relishing, sea-salty taste is so tempting i All its wholesome, ocean goodness intact in sanitary package. Recipes (simple) enclosed. Ask your dealer for "HALIFAX" atid "ACADIA" CODFISH. Will Discuss Freight Rate (Continued from front page> actly the same rate as charged; by the C.P^.R. Theretwas] no advantage either way, but the fact thait there-was competition was a great aid to the merchants iii the way of service. Now goods will cost as much to Coutts over the G.N.R'. as they- will to Lethbridge over the C.P.Rj,. and to "use the G.N.R. freight service will cost the local rate from poutte to Lethbridge extra. " ' .... !'!* :! "Just what course the Boatd of Trade, may adopt would lie hard to forecast for there is a growing feeling that the C.P.R., in establishing. Lethbridge as a wholesale centre, has done a great deal Jor the benefit of the merchants. However, they may have some request* to make oi the C. P. R. which will result in putting-the-city in an even better position as regards freight rates. One of the main disadvantages of the cancellation of the special rate-over the south line, is that it will practically close the Montana market tu the coal and co'ie compauics. A low years ago it- was a familiar sight to see whole trainloatls pf coke under transportation from the coke ovens in the Pass to the big '-.smelters at Great Falls and Butte.. During the recent coal strike, =�the.'Pass c'oftr' corns were unable to fill their orders, witli the result that large orders Were placed by the smelters .wila. eastern United States coke .concerns. . Since then the shipments of coke to the border slate have been very li.gbt, but it wa>s hoped that the market would again be opened to Alberta shortly. The cancellation' of the special, rate makes this impossible unless v,thc Board of Trade can bring about another arrangement concurrence in freight rates between the C.P.R. and the G.N.R. �"',.' --,-. ( MONGOLIAN STORM-TOSSED. London, Jan, 23.-The Allan liner Mongolian, from Philadelphia and St. John to Glasgow, Is several days overdue. The Anchor liner Californian reports the Mongolian having to heave to lor forty-eight hours, owing a gale. ' ' �' ' WILL START WORK IN THE SPRING |||EiF|fA, PEACE RIVER AND %% f |\8TERK|: RAILWAY ISi d'n the new myo'tor fire truck, recently IpStaP^ byi the Webb Motor Fire Apparatus Co., and the machine la in commission (pday In charge of Chief Hardy.'-; Mr. Foster, the expert from'jsthe /factory, who stalled the machine. Hvill remaln;*in the, city until next week, and before leaving will have thoroughly instruct* ed Firemen Gordon and McWilliams in the care and'-handling Qf the truck.' Chief Hardy wajms teamsters to ho careful lor .a 'few; -weeks 'milil iheir horses .gst .aijeuaiomi'd fo'lhtr big car, as there have been already three or four near runayayp, while the ma-, chine was uudev tost., -*'k parHarnehtary report says there are --145,00il)i persons in Canada wlio would be eligible under an old age pension fuii'd. '�' GRANDMOTHERS : USED SAGE TEA' to darkeM;,the hair and re store. gray and faded , hair to its natural >'-�>/ . ' ,, color 1 It is easier-to preserve the color of the hair than tu restore it, although it is possible to do l;oth. Our grandmothers understood the secret. They-madri'a "sage tea" and their'dark glossy lia'lr -long: tifter middle ,,'lifo :7was due.1 to-.tbis fa-pt, ,r Our mothers have gray hairs .before-they arc fl/ty..; but they are'.beginning to appreciate, the Wisdom, of our grandmothers in: using "sage tea" jfor' their hair and ai'e fast following^suit. The present generation has (lhe ad-: ,vaot�fc'e of the past in that .it scan get a ready-lo-use preparation called Wyeth'h Sage und Sulphur Hulr Remedy. 'As a scalp tonic, and color restorer this. preparation is vastly superior to the ordinary "sago tea"'made by our grandmothcjis. > The - sr^tlujMfifl'-ljeftUty^oi- tbe^ha.lr;; depends,jjjva healthy condition of, the scalp. � Wyeth's Kage and Sulpliur Hair Remedy quickly kills the dan-;,, druff germs which'*.rob Jhe:, haiv o'f^its.''| Uf/e;,(Ml*l(yAdj;iustlve, m'ake'b: the.ftls'alp�. . m tt v -.- �,, "-a � i ;-'��'i^'i'-; Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 13 86 Careful and phompt service.