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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 2S, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I'ACE Today EMPRESS Today SEE THE MARVELLOUSLY REALISTIC SHIPWRECK IN THE NEXT GENERATION NOTHING MORE AWE-1NSPIRING THAN THE WRECK IN MID-OCEAN HAS EVER BEEN FILMED' MACLACIlhAN, Tin-. Man in the Kiltie. 15c 'iif lies Weekly Other Ones HOW TO PREVENI ACID STOMACHS AND F03D FERMiiNTAlION By a Stomach Specialist a sjic-oiailst who has imuiy >i-ati in Ih'j iiudy :nnl treatment of ilic Ijrrun and a Mtid v.lug auil Slpins of drcrB- '.vg terrlbli-. It sounded like a riot. (ISdr.'t back at Cm "Carson's nose." After the emnib disappear- i for it iiinft not 'orgottfn OVER 2000 REPRESENTING AtL CREEDS AND CLASSES GREET HIS EXCEL. EHCY close animals and' 3ij Entertainment at StarJar.J i of Hie l and Le.-t unlor- this IT.IS a there ever offered at a toaH list, ivhich the unjour- J lar Staria ualisliu feature of tlio powtunv. Quebec. Jail. Hoyal Higriness tile Duke oS In full :ollilarv uniform, .attended the civic lucerHion given In his lionor at only really etfectl.'e antiuciJ lt. f'tfj-J corrpcttvo known, 'riie av-id will 1. 'uj neutiTilized am! the fermentation ,verc the orators and their a nd tlioatre !i to to- Master Kindlon I: more than Star- by ".Scoou" nlmast immediately and your rionii-.cli at once proceed to JE- xost Hie fooJ In a, heaUhy, normal He sure to ask chemist for the ia, as I liavc forms uilerly lucking its peculiarly v all: 3 Me jiroporik-s. .I. G. Buchanan's RED SEAL Scotch the bouquet of a full 10 years' aging in sherry casks, Red Seal has been a fav- orite for over 40 years. Mellow, smooth and mild.andaGov- ernmcnt ard whiskey. TRY IT. AtiDiHlDnlrf. H.LtL, iU ROBLIN Ctiml Azri! ftr S5ng. who dauhed it all over tiio staff. sossor of a liy liis T.oiulfr.'nl sing. ing. Master is the i-os- "Nonpareil" Lad a siwnsor in the j voice-, remarkable i beautiful liigu soptano office James Gordon Campbell. in ami range. OHR of the principal photo- irtio uasu't satisfied until lie playa be sesi, is lwo_ iu a nicaa and rules, and put neat border all arour.d It. that rnost Important sub- ject, dear lo tho ieait of even' fel- low looking for htE cheque ten days before it is due, responded to by tho KuHcm reel Majesllc. entillcil "Ro- ma'ico Duly." .Mere vrords can- not convey to trie the strength of (Ms powerful play. Some nlayB are so much stronger in dramatic than lit- erary quality that any alterant lo put j them in mere story form must neccs- irtio_ stood for rates, and the sarlly be a ,f not eliminating or free boost., oapecially task. a fi "Romance ]y for membCTs of tbe Blaff. and wouW ;hort of ,tj. -Before tho lock was honored strength ns a motion May, because hy the -galley Flare' Earl Roberts, Fltualions if Scribed In mere end having or.c in which he worda 1VQUlti convev a difreren, tal1: sassy, iho staff got theira j to lhe ,han city hnll last thousand c-if izcHF and over two i cuting classes, jacts and oreeJs. paid respect A ihe Hoyal giinbt. Hoyal Highnc-ss was by Lis secretary. LScul.-Col. Farquhar, and Ms nides-de-carup. Captain duller and Captain GraJnatn. At 11.30 o'clock. Jits Uoja] Ly the Canadiun Pacific Rail- way to Ottawa. During ttie day, and previous to the Whooping CougH pital. tlie Hotel IHcu anil the tr-ndetl a (Jinuor gtvHi in Jiis tior.or b BIJOU TONIGHT BIJOU In the Coils of the Python See the 35 foot snake wrapped twice around a wounded man. "THE .GIRL RANCHER" A Real Funny Comedy Full of Western Life USUAL ADstlSSION Coming Thursday "THE MYSTERY OF THE YELLOW ROOM Union Slory MEN" CHICAGO Clikago. 111., .Ian. liIw'K froiii Ciilcago's nroKt e.u-lusive hotel, polife fouinJ tliroe rr.on living in a cave ihcy hait diijr uut of tbe uarU: brncaili a fomale hlac-k fox, worth (lie properly of T. L. Hnrrowinat: and of which recently escapcJ, -A'as shot near Ahinston by a coiij'le of boys, who haJ no Idea of value of the animal. BAND Every night at the cosy Roller Rink for holding cony and delaying j matters generally. i that rojat nrt-roga- 1 live of every twentieth century jour- i nal'fci. is as uobly accounted for by i the bois F. TliOP. Gallery had just taken tils sent in Uic Itoinan Catholic, church at Elgin, Out, when ho fell fonvanl cxpirerl from heart failure. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE 114 12 11 Effective Oct. 20, 1913. AHIUVALS K.'.ME I'ilOJ! DUE TO AKKIVK Crow's N'esl Kootonay Landing 23.40 Crow's ModEcina Hat Koo-Kpolwno Klycr '..opoknns S.Of Myor .St. Faul (-ranbrook Local Mttlidtip Hal 15.30 Local Co-.iits 10. i; 10. JS The Realistic In Movlei at Empreis The management of this popular house lias pleasure in announcing tha tvo-rcct Teature by the Vltagraph Co., "The N'eTst Oeneratton." This thrilling atorj' flhowa how the young shipbuild- er bccombs a greater expert than hia undo. The untie, heedless of tbe fld- vlco of his pupil and to satisfy his van- ity and obstinacy causes the defect- ive ship to bo launched, and sacrifices in a fearful shipwreck the Urea of others and tits oxn. The scene of Ihe panic and the fight for the hoats is ono of the most intensely fearful re- alism ever projected in any picture Tho ctory gets out of the beat- en track, and this, 'with magnificent scenery, and auc.1i actors and net- resses as Edith .Storey, ROPO Tnpley. Dclancy, and Harvey >Morey com- plete a nictnre play that approaches as nenr as (iO5Bfole to perfec- tion, and one that no one should miss. .Toi-.nnio MacI-Rchlan will ajrain dc- Hghl hid man? admirers with his tn- linltnblo Scotch songs, p.nd still furt'n- cr ndd in his ponnlnrity. Coming rriiiflj-, a two-reel feature cxtraorrflnary. "The.T.ast of EPnsaUon ar.d IhrlUs. Local ...........................Calgary Mldersyde branch) lll'K TO UKPART FOI! Crop's Kxpi-esg. 11 MS Hat ..__ .....____ iv Lsudhig SuoSpoknr.o I'aul I'Jycr ..............Spokane Lotn! Locn! M; I.'.. (5 5RANDON TIED UP BV SNOW Brandon, Man., Jan. MIO-.V still falling hcavllr here at noon to- day cr.d huge drifts Ijinc Ilio slrcot railr.-ny tracks 1.1 the onllyir.3 liorttoTis of tlie city, the syst-iin iiiwy hccome paralyzed fnsiilc tliu next tu-o liourft, according tj iriipcrinlond- cnt Antonlzen. Ordinny traffic Is f'CTne carried on unhr grr.T. fii'fi- oiilly, RUSSELL KNIGHT MOTOR Breaking World's Reliability Record Run 216 Days And Nights Under Full Power Without Adjustment, Stop Or Repair NOW RUNNING BETTER THAN AT THE START Fn April of 130SI the Daimler Company of Great Brit- ain submitted two of their Daimler Kniglit Engines lo the severest test that, up lo that time, had ever been undertaken by an internal combustion motor. This run included 132 hours with wide upon Ihruttle on (he bench, then n run of miles on lirooklnnds trad; and a further bench test of five hours. The successful completion of this test is now a matter of history. In December last, in the United States, before the Automobile. of America, the Moline Automobile Company of Molincj Illinois, sub- milled one of their Jioline Knight motors lo a lest. The marvellous of thai engine is fresh in (lie minds of motorists. It established (he world's record for reliability and power production. believe that il is possible in Canada lo uroriuce a product that will meet competition with that produced anywhere in the world. On Wednesday the of this month, we selected from our slnrli, one of our regular motors which had just been assembled and given its usual short run on Ihe bench, but before it had re- ceived its full test. KNIGHT It was lo run day and night continuously until such time it had cither broken all records or required adjustment or repair. Every minute of the time, it was to be under the technical observation of Professor H. W. Price, (Engineering De- partment, University of Toronto) or his It to run constantly, under at a speed o[ 500 revolutions per minute the first day, and increasing by 100 revolutions per minute each day until the maximum motor speed was reached. The motor is strictly a Stock motor in every respect. Up-to-date after nine days constant1 running, this motor broken I wo world's records. T. 11ELIA1MLITY. It has run 21U hours, wilhou! a single iiiljust mcnl, slop ur repair. II. LUBRICATION. It has established a new economy record for lull less than one-fourth (he iitianlity of oil con- sumed by one of (he finest poppet motors in a recent official (csl. Today (Friday) a( .1 p.m. (his motor is running ;it rcvultilions per minute. II is developing h.p.__almost 75% over iis R. A. C. rating of 28 h.p. It has run a total of 21G hours. Il has covered a dislancc equal to miles HILL. It has not had a single slop or repair. Yc( it is running ing smoother than at the slart. Beauty of line, luxury of appointment ,and completeness of equipment arc combined in the Russell ivlth a degree of motor reliability and economy, not equalled in any other car. "Made Up To A Standard, Not Down To A Price" RUSSELL MOTOR CAR COMPANY, LIMITED Head Office and Factory WEST TORONTO BRANCHES: Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, Melbourne ;