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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 30, 1913 THE LKTIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD* Paw 3 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies fiir other valuables in one of these boxes KOR FtTRTJ�En INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch - - C G. K. Hoarse. Mgr. An Important. Question is Brought up by Liberal Member in Commons (W. A. P. Report) Ottawa, Jan. 29.-Questions and �unopposed motions for returns took up two hours of the short Wednesday slttinB.ofthe House. The remaining two hours before six o'clock were divided between Mr. Macdonald, of Pictou, and Hon. C. J. Doherty, Minister of Justice, with speeches on the question of Imperial naturalisation. Mr. Macdonald Introduced the subject by moving for all information in �regard to further negotiations with the Imperial government by the minister when he was in London last isummer. In the course of his speech .he emphasized the fact that naturalization within the Empire is in a confused state. Hon. Mr. Doherty, in a careful speech explained the progress form the Imperial authority which have resulted in the introduction of: a bill , in the Imperial House dealing 'with the matter. He explained that difficulties were gradually being removed, and the way is practically clear for the enactment of laws which will make uniform naturalization laws in both Canada and the Mother Country. When the House rose, Premier Borden said that considering the Bank Act would be resumed Monday. In reply to a question Hon- Robert Rogers stated that he had authorized the sending of a private memorandum to Senator GiTroir, of the estimates for Antigonlsh County.. He bad not authorized their'publication. Hon. Geo. �, P. Graham asked if a report of the wreck of the 'Mayflower DON'T WEAR A TRUSS f fcfter Thirty Years' Experience I Hav� Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children that Cures Rupture I Send It on Trial If you have-tried'most everything) felse, come to toe, Where others faill  is where I have made my greatest success. Send attached coupon today fnd I will send you free my illustrated The above Is C;�. Brooks, of Marshall, .Mich., who has been curing Rupture for over 30 years. If Ruptured ' Write him today boot on Rupture and its cure, showing my Appliance and giving you prices and names of many people who have tried it and were cured. It is instant relief when all others tail. Remember I use no salves, no harness, no lies. I send' on trial to prove what I say Is true. You are the judge and;once having:seen my illustrated book and read It you will be as enthusiastic as ray hundreds of patients whose letters you can also read. Pill out free coupon below and; mail, today.;It'a well worth ;: your time whether you by my Appliance or not. t FREE INFORMATION COUPON C E. Brooks, 916A, State Street, Marshalli?Mtph1^,'v ;; .'.*: Mr. Lewis, Allard is at present visiting with Mr. C. Ruelle and is busy looking up a location in the vicinity of the Kippen coal mine, with the intentions of starting a general store and place of business in the near future. A very pleasant gathering met .at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hillis on Wednesday evening last. A very en-, joyable time was spent, though the absence of Mr. Hillis was much regretted . by the company, but Mrs. P'lllis was highly credited as a chairwoman. A. D. Bell, E. Hughes and R. Drake visited Lethbridge last week, A. D. Bell making application for patent. A. G. Invine is busy shooting coal these days in the Kippen coal mine. *.'Oh you 25 below." H. Fraser returned from Lethbridge a few days ago from, visiting friends there.  � Howard Leelie gives a dance tonight in his new home on the Sick-lcr farm. Go to it, Howard, "When a man's married'his pleasures are over." The agent for the* Rural Telephone Co., of Edmonton, has been; in 'this district for the past Few days, get-: ting, enough signatures to enable ; Are., you--one of those to whom every meal; Is another-source of suffering ? ", Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets will help your..disordered;;stomach to. digest any reasonable rrieals, and will soon restore It-to such perfect con-dltipn that. youUL never1 feel'thatvyou have a stomach. Take one after 'each meal, 50c a ,.Box', at your Druggist's, Made, by the National E?rug and GhemicaFQoi ?of� Canada, - , Limited, . iso them to erect a line of telephone from Milk River, 30 miles east, in the near"future. Two i weeks ago the people of this district held a meeting in the Kippen school house for the purpose of organizing a local union of the U. F. A. of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Eleven charter members were enrolled. Office bearers are, President, J. Goulding ; vice-president, N. B. Remington ; secretary-treasurer, R. L. Burr. F. R. Gordon is at present visiting at the home-of. C. H. Green. A second meeting, of the local union of U. F. A. was held here in the school house on Thursday evening in the form of a,chicken supper, which met with every success. A very able address was given by the president, J. Goulding, who spoke on the good obtained through this union already throughout the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, and urged that every farmer who, desired to obtain the,best results for his marketable produce, 'should join and uphold this union. Eighteen-new--members were enrolled, making' 29 on the roll. The remainder of ttie evening -was spent in the usual good old 2-12 style. After a delicious chicken supper,, ably-served by the ladies of the district, for which they deserve every credit, the night .was spent in song.. and recitation. , A song by the chorus received the loudest applause. F. R. Gordon from 2-13 is_to.be credited for the able manner in which he rendered himself. At a late hour the people departed for their home, after spending a very enjoyable, evening. Secretary-Treasurer R. L. Burr most deservedly had mention as regards a member of the union ; he actually held, enclosed by the curtain, a corner in chicken and cake for > no less than ah hour and a half. At the close of the meeting a very hearty vote of thanks was tendered the chairman. The next meeting will be held Feb. 27th. Miss Margaret Polinski amd Miss Luella Thompson have been visiting the past few days at the home of Mrs. Hillis. The ratepayers of the Kippen school district held their annual meeting in the school house on the 14th, when office-holders for the ensuing year were elected: Chairman. O. Anderson ; secretary-treasurer, R. L. Burr; director, D. D. Kippen. O'T % tAk Tonight THE STIRRING TWO-REEL THRILLER "In the Ranks" A MILITARY MASTERPIECE IMHnaMHB -OTHER GOOD- M ATTRACTIONS *T MONDAY NEXT Tracked by Wireless" THREE REELS 1 Morris Theatre PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY "HOW SHORTY KEPT HIS WORD" A Story that Fairly Grips you. "THE ANGEL OF THE STUDIO" With Miss Florence Lawrence in the leading role. 3-Big Comcdeis-2 THE BUG AND THE COUNT- One Big Scream "ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A HANDKERCHIEF" A Barrel of Fun Through a Woman's Jealousy THE NEW MORRIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA. The Sweetest Music in the City PRICES-10c and 15c MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) . A $90,000 bTick and artificial stone plant will be constructed near Guelph. ; Rev. J. G. Inkster was '. presented with $150 and his wife with a jewel case, pearl necklace and $100 in gold by the First Presbyterian church of London. They are going to Victoria. DR. CLARENCE T, CAMPBELL .Post Office Inspector at London, Ont.. .recently dismissed by 'Postmaster-General Pelletler. ...The London Advertiser (Liberal) says: ?'lt Is hot even- shown that Dr. Campbell has shown .offensive partlxanshlp-since'his appointment." The dismissal .may be made;'a'political Issue in-westerhtOn; :startas^r..�.'*��.!';��:"��., �"'���'"'"� ,"� '�''>"� At Stariand An excellent program was shown at Stariand last night, the bill being a feature one all through. It is doubtful if a better all round program has ever been shown before. The head line attraction, "In the Ranks," is a stirring military tale, enacted by a large cast, and portrayed in a vivid manner, some of the scenes raising the audience to the height of enthusiasm. It is in two reels of excellent photography, and is worthy of first place on any program. An attraction above the ordinary was "The Lady of Shallot," adapted from Tennyson's poem, and It met with the approval of all. The comedy end of the bill was admirably sustained by two of the most ludicrous mirth producers ever seen, in the offering of "A Football Absurdity," and "An Unexpected Endowment." Miss Amy Lawrence completed the program with her singing of "That Old Girl of Mine." The same program will be repeated today, and Stariand is assured of full houses continually if it maintains the standard of quality of last night's program,' On Monday next the great three reel feature "Tracked by Wireless" will be the attraction.  �  At the Empress The attendance at this popular photoplay house last night was good. The .big feature of the evening, "The Auto Bandits of Paris," created quite a sensation. Only after seeing this picture can one realize the desperate fight for life that these men put up against the police. The picture is one of the most sensational that has yet been shown at the Empress. "Don Qiulxotte," or the adventures of a would-be hero, is a very funny comedy. "The Ambulance - Ventilators" is a screaming farce and guaranteed to produce roars of laughter throughout the whole reel. H. R. Cooper in his song, "Star of My Soul,'.' was w^ll received and will, we venture to say, gain many friends among the Empress patrons.: The same program 'will be shown tonight. t  ;: � At' the Morris The management. of this house have always endeavored to give the- public ot the best, and.it is by this method that they have succeeded in retaining the public. What has been their motto in the past will .also be in the future, and anyone desirous of seeing, clean, interesting 'and at the same time educational pictures, can rely ou doing so by attending theJ Empress Canada's Finest Photo Play House Program Tonight "THE AUTO BANDITS" The Triumph of the Cinematic World. DON QUIXOTTE The Adventures of a Would-be Hero. AMBULANCE VENTILATORY Comic Farce Program Fri. & Sat. Big Double Program SARAH BERNHARDT . -IN- "LA T08CA" "THE SPRINX" Or Love Under a Reign of Terror 10c No Advance in Price -- 15c come a part of the performance itself, will render some lively and catchy music. Visit the Morris-it's, worth while.   a "A Marriage of Convenience" With his entire English company* Mr. Lewis Waller, conceded to be England's greatest romantic actor, will appear here on Thursday evening, February 6, at- the Majestic Theatre, in a play made famous toy him at his London, England, theatre, "A Marriage of Convenience.". While Mr. Waller has played a couple of score of roles, the Comte de Candlae, the chief character in this piece, fits him admirably. It is a comedy by Mr. Sydney Grundy. It was in this piece that Mt. Waller first appeared .at Sandringham, in. a royal command performance for King Edward and Queen Alexander, and their guests, the King and-Queen of Norway. , , Mr. Waller's leading woman is Miss Madge Titheradge, well known both in London and the States. Miss Titheradge is seen in the part of the Comtesse de Candale, a part perfectly adapted to her talents. "A MaiTiage of Convenience" is really a flirtation,- on the part of husband and wife, sparkling with effervescent wit and with many lines that will be remembered, taken home and jotted downrfor your own future requirements. Two young persons are married to eaich other by their parents in spite of the fact that the are quite unknown to each other. Both are in love with some one'else, but covering a period of three days,'the woman falls in love with the,man, and then the man with the woman. The play scintillates with wit and is � brilliancy itself. It tells a aweet story of other days,.and-Is absolutely without preaching. Aside from, the merit of the iplay.s- the distinguished actor on- this occasion/brings with him a company of the very best play: ers. You will find "A Marriage of Convenience" a play-full of laughter, and at the same time, one you will remember. : Police. Court Epigram "That wasn't a bad epigram on the magistrate's part," said the somewhat educated tramp who had been convicted for vagrancy. "What did he say?" asked the tramp's pal. "Seven days," came the reply. "That ain't no epigram, Is it?" "Vva. sure it is. I asked a person: once what an epigram was, and rhe! says,' 'It's a short sentence, that sounds light, but gives .you plenty to think about.'"-London Opinion. , REV, CANO,N- ALE,X/;W\L!LIAMS,' ^An'glleqnV' wjw, j djed," recently ^Jit* th'e age*NiagaraMFalls-cortmki^iv' tee was organized to tryr*to, getia*Wel�f ,',-land canal lock at Ghippawa' insteafi ofWelland. ,'",,{ . Among the private Mils to.ibe lntro!.v \, duced In the legislat-iire- this,session. is one to incorporate 1$hevEvringeHeia^ *'' Lutheran Seminary at {Waterloo."**' ^ auickly: Jtops couehs.'curca: Mld8.tand';he�lat  ,' the throat and lungs. "" - -.ss centi. ' Get Busy! Bsn- , feet, 12th St., near 6fe Avenue.| South. � ' $4,000.00 $500 cash,' balance ^;$30!00 " month, 7%. ' ' H;v Clear Title ' SW.\