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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIIK LKTHBRinOK SATURDAY, JUNK 2-1, For Sale by D. Co.. Limited, Lethbridgc, Cleo Ridgler and Wallace Reed in "The Golden Chance" at Starland .londay and Tuesday. What the Press Agents Say on Monday, bich the picture is orchestra will complete a very Pleas urable evening's entertainment. Lale Roy and Alabel Hart, high- class singers, open the bill, and al- though they appear at a difficult po- sition on the bill, they put their act over in a way thai proves that they are by ao means novices. .Annie Fineberg and Company of two hold down-the second position. Miss Fiueberg is a remarkably clever young lady not out of her teens, and Her singing and character work is one of .the hits of the show. The sketch might be called a travesty, for it is between a song turn and a drama. West, Wills and Wolf, featuring the singing wolf in third position make the comedy hit of the show. Mr. .Mills as a black face comedian and cornet- His burlesque costumes are enough for a laugh, but his patter gets them all going. Miss West and her singing wolf, a real, live S timber wolf, by the way, kindly as- sisted by Mr. Mills' efforts on the cornet, work some remarkable har- 'mony. The Olmsteads. physical culture ex- perts, close the bill with their exhibi- At the Empress The next attraction at the Empress ill be Petrova. the popular age and screen star, in "What Will jople a five part Metro feature The story on _ased was writ- n by Rupert HugliRs.. nnp. of Ameri- 's foremost playwrights and novel- Is, and is especially fitted for the fted emotional actress, who is star- d Mme. Petrova is supported by u uora strong supporting cast, in "Whatlist has few.-equals, ill People Say. The production is ounted ou an elaborate scale in epmg -with the Metro standard. Thbse who love sensations with elr moting picture entertainment ill have their fill in the Bluebird to exhibited at the Empress tonight. ider the title of "The Gay Lord v" J Warren Kerrigan plays of their art, le of a spendUirift scion of English bility who goes through a series of Id adventures In his ceaseless ef- o, to obtain money to gratify his At oUU'lttlHl nchant for high living. j One of the most exciting "Tom Martin. A the splendid d realistic, the burning of a tnree-reel 'Sclig feature which was use and the rescue of two people !Bhown at Garland last night will he the hpro of the storv. I 8hown tor tlie last times tonight. The ect is heightened by every device own to the. craft; as flames con- ne a handsome residence, great iwds stand around excitedly sug- iting means to aid the Imprisoned )ple; others form bucket brigades dash into the smoke-filled house an effort to quench the fire. At the Orpheuni Jttle bits of music, pathos, comedy, 1 physical culture all go to make ine bill at the Orpheum on Mon- four reels of Mutual first run vies, and a concert by the theatre whole program, which is1 a splendid one, will be repeated tonight. Each patron will receive a free photo of Marguerite Clark tonight. On Monday and Tuesday, Cleo Rldgely, who made such a hit in "The Chorus Lady" at Starland recently, will be seen in another splendid play, descriptive of modern life in its various shades. "The Golden Chance." The story of the play will be given in Monday's Herald. Operators Suggest 5 PC. Increase; Miners to Vote Calgary, June representa- tives of the Western Coal Operators' Assutialkm lUu! of District US, of Uu> United Mine Workers of America mot yesterday to consider the mlse of wages nskeri for "uy iiiiut-ro. Those present, were Lewis Stockett 0. E. Whltrstde. MeNeill and Messrs. Wllsoii. Uriiumu, Young and CliRrbonmor, all of the operators' as- sociation and the representatives con- of President Urahnm of Column. Vice-President Thus. Biggs of Kernte and A. .1. Carter, secretary. The men had asked an immediate per ceui increase of wages, owing 10 the increased oust. of. living. Yesterday the operators presented some time. They urti In a rather deli- cate mood. Always bo fore this the miners have taken deep prirto in the strict observance of every agreement mii'lo by them, but in these abnormal times, and under present abnormal C-uimiiiuitS -De-Fittutt-utS Ji J3 POS- slble they may sumo abnonnut muvemeut. It no trouble conies it means that the miners will get a certain increase anyway. In addition there Is ten cents H ton the operators are already losing. These tend to (lie assurance of au increase in coal prices. The representatives of Uie miners, say that out 01' a membership of MOO men before the war. and a possible SOOO now under development thnt a counter proposition, which was an promised before the war. they have in mediate increase of five per cent, at present a scant 4500 members. uid a further Increase of two and a Thus the mines are hard pressed for half per cent to Take effect on already. As fur as information alter April 1. UM7. the full increase! in the hands of the miners go there jchitect's department, who luiri been of seven ana one lnilf per cent to few mines stocking tor winter, the remaiu in force until sMari'h 31, im- mediately foMowin gtho end of the European war. It will be ten days or two weeks before the results of the miners' referendum on these new C. P. H. mines ueing the only ones showing a tendency to do so. When fall comes and the iirst min- ing rush is on there is every possi- bility that the lower paid miners, lewieuuum u.i J..U- bimy that the lower miners posals can be known as the matter jabout 30 t must be presented before every local jber wjl, ,argejy ,eave niinfiig (o (afce tllllQIl. The operators, told the miners' rep- resentatives that the mines were al- ready losing ten cents a tou on coal, owing to increased prices of mater- ials. From the genera! trend of the discussion it would appear that there is considerable likelihood of an in- crease in the ccst of coal this win- ter, especially the domestic and steam grades. The miners claim that it needs only a spark to cause a serious condition of affairs in the mines because the men have been experiencing the bur- dens of increased cost of living for advantage of the bis wages paid in the harvest fields. The men working as miners would be drawing per day while in the fields they would draw and 34. Naturally they would} fake the better Jobs. Following the harvest the railroads wilt be busy with grain aa well as j coal. The miners' representatives j think that there is indeed a possi- j bility of another coal shortage if con-' ditious are not bettered, if the mines} do not all lay in stock, and if hard weather comes in January and Febru- Winnipeg, June taking the evidence of four witnesses, .Mr. lustice Preiulurgusl tit. noon today ad- journed the trial of Thomas Kelly un- til Monday morning. It is expected thui the trial will be concluded by ;he middle of the week and the court will then adjourn until July IS, for which date jury panel, out of which twelve men will be chosen to ry the ex-ministers, has boon sum- moned. Evidence today was largely of a routine nature and dealt with doc- iments and systems of payment for vork on imrliauiont buildings. McTavish. clerk in the provincial ar- given a list of documents for whicli he was to search, reported that he could lind none of them. lie brought copies of three telegrams sent from V, Honvood. former provincial ar- chitect to EL C. Sliaukland, of Chi- cago, engineer. George of the oftice of the. executive council, swore that a page was missing from his record containing his note in re- gard to the dome contracy for He did not know when it was taken or by whom. fpf No "rubbing in" is necessary with Mennen's NEW STYLE FOR TOWER Ottawa. June contract j which has been prepared for the re- jstoration of the parliament buildings IS DEAD AT That Sir Claud James Rivet-Carnac. Bart., long missing heir to great estates iu England, who has been wandering round the west for years, ami information of whom is being sougth by the Salvation Army ou QHAVING is a daily nuisance. Why make it worse by abusing your face Because of its particular properties Mennen's Shaving Cream softens the beard without the objectionable "rubbing "Rubbing in" lather with your fingers is and disagreeable, and if your soap contains free caustic, the rubbing works it into your skin, causing smarting, burning, soreness, skin eruptions, etc. Mennen's Shaving Cream is put up in sanitary airtight tubes with handy hexagon screw tops. Just fry iV, on your own face, then you will realize what a relief and benefit it is. MENNEN'S TALCUM FOR MEN after shaving invisible- antiseptic and protective. Re- tains all the high standards of Mennen quality. Has a distinct- ive pcrfuma and package that make a hit with the mascuHnt. Canadian Factory-MONTREAL Salea Afienti for Ca'nodn HAROLP 101 I.CEU] El., Toronto BirifT Iur the special request, has been killed in emu, and came to the west after- MLV I tnfUUn ]5tructure October, 1917. Twelve action at the front, IB believed to be wards 111 A I If I 1 II iiuntlrcfl me" are, but the a fact. The name under which the Commissioner Sovton of the Salva- 11 tvUI jarchitects contend that it will be a young baronet went in the west is tion Army has written all the news- The second annual convention I physical impossibility to have j building ready before the sumniei of fall of 191S. The Electrical Distributing company of Windsor has usked the Hydro com- mission to supply power to bo sold in Detroit. provincial and municipal weed in- spectors will be held at Claresholm i day morning nest and continuing un- til Thursday evening. It is expected that there will be a large attendance of inspectors from all points in the province. A splendid program of instructive addresses has been prepar- ed for the convention. Among those who will speak are Hon. Duncan Mar- shall, minister o[ agriculture. Dr. Rutherford, superintendent of agricul- ture. C. P. R.; H. A. Craig, deputy minister, W. C. McKilHcan, superin- tendent experimental farm.. Brandon, Arch. .Mitchell, of the Coaldale nur- series. Jas. .McCaig. editor of agricul- tural publications for the provincial department. John Perrie, deputy min- ister of municipalities, and others. That the tower of the restored builtl- will be entirely reconstructed and be finished oft" on the plan of the ish house of parliament instead of being rebuilt according to its former style is announced by J. 13. Hunter, deputy minister of public works. This is to bo done at the special request of the Duke of Connaught. the Rivetts, and he enlisted with j papers in the west asking for inform- ciie i-'th C. M. R. from Hassano. when concerning the missing heir, out the war broke out. His name an- it is believed he has made the sn- ST. KILDA NEWS St. Kilda, Alta.. .Tune grand U. F. A. picnic was held at the mouth of Verdigrees Coulee on June 15th; 1S16, and proved a success in every vray. Rains are still visiting the district and the bumper crop for 1916 is fast on its way. Mrs. J. A. Gilder and son A. J. Gil der. have returned to their old home here for a while- Rex. Farrell ha_s left for Lethbridge where he is taking his school exam- ination, J. L. Nelson was in Cputts, Alta., a few days last week on business. Garnet Guest, the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. B. if.- Guest, met with an accident last week when he fell part way down stairs and cut his head open. pea red in the recent casualty lists, as having been killed in action iu the fighting at Hooge. The young Sir Claud is understood to have left home years ago, when !IJK estates were entailed in great debt. Now, it is understood, a great fortune has been left to his com- niauti. He was a South African vet- preme sacrifice at Uie front. GOOD FOR FRENCH-CANADIAN Ottawa, June Dennis, of Hull and his six sons have all enlist- ed for.service at the front. Five of the sons arc married. .Mr. Dennis, sr., is a French-Canadian and his wife is of English descent. MOUNTED POLICE TAKING A CENSUS Rogina, June The R. N. M, P. lire now engaged in the taking of the census of the extreme northern parts of Sas- katchewan and Alberta. This means thousands of miles of travelling by all sorts of means, but chiefly by canoe. "It is a big job" said Commis- sioner Perry, in discussing the work. FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a. Veil; Re- move Them With the Othine Prescription This'prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a prominent physician and is usually so successful in removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by any druggist under guarantee to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a veil; get an ounce of othine and re- move them. Even the first few appli- cations should show a wonderful im- provement, some of the lighter freck- les vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othine; it is this that Is sold on the money-back guarantee. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description' made to order Get our iriccs and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. ..ethbridge Monumental nd Cut Sione Ride 30 Patented by Hudson December 28, 1915 Patent No. I16SS61 Behind This Marvel Motor Watch the Performance of No Other Car Will Content You f I way to know the Super-Six is to take a ride. Its performance will amaze you. After that, you will never doubt the Super-Six supremacy._ The best other motor seems crude in com- parison. You wiil not want a car which the Super-Six so conspicuously out-matches. 80 PER CENT MORE EFFICIENT The Super-Six invention has made the Light Six 80 per cent more efficient. The result is the greatest motor in the world. It delivers 76 horse- power, where this size, hereto fore delivered 42. It gives you reserve power for any emergency. Hills are climbed without effort. Sand and mud don't tax it. The quick response is marvelous. The motor is never strained. In ordinary driving it runs at less than half-load. That means a long-lived motor. NO VIBRATION____________________ In the Super-Six there is almost no vibration, even at top speed. All this extra 80 per to utter smoothness. Thus motor friction and motor wear are reduced to almost nothing. The Super-Six invention, probably, doubles a motor's endurance. A Super-Six stock car was nm for miles at top speed over West- em roads. Another was run for miles at constant speed exceeding 70 miles an hour. Yet neither motor showed any wear on any part or bear- ing. No Super-Six owner will ever put his car to any tests like those. ALL CARS OUTMATCHED Think of he pride in owning a car which out-performs all others. No other stock car in the world has done what this car has done. Hills that All Other Cars Outrivaled At SfieepifieaJBay, under A, A. A.tupffoieion, a f-ptu- tenger Super-Six tlock car exctlltdallformtrtlocltcan in felts. 100 milti in 80 mm., 21.4 tee., aoeraffng 74.67 miles par hour, with driver and paatenger. 75.60 mtfas fn one hour with driver and ptuienger. Standing slart to SO.milef aa hoar in 16.2 During tfttt thm car wmf driven 1350 mittt at top capacity, atspetdexcttding 70 pel part. never before were mounted on high gear have been easily climbed by the Super-Six, while people watched it. Such speed, such endurance, such quick re- sponse have never before been attained in a stock car; And never such power in a motor of-this size. THE LUXURY OF IT _______ The smoothness of the Super-Six gives a bird- like motion. One forgets the motor. And to match this luxury of motion we have built luxurious bodies. There are six new styles, all built by master craftsmen. Each is a study in artistic body building. A VOID YEARS OF REGRET The Super-Six is a Hudson invention, controlled by Hudson patents. No other car can offer any- thing like it. Don't let rivals minimize the Super-Six im- portance. Find it out for yourself. The Hudson factory is running twenty-four hours a day. So orders placed now can be delivered in time, for the motoring season. Wait, if you need to, for the Super- Six. Buying some icar which you can get in a hurry may lead you to years .of regret. wear on any 7-Passcngcr Phnclon, F.O.B. Lcllibridgc Five Other Styles of Bodies HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN The H. T. Henderson Garage PHONE 588. Cor. 6TH AVENUE AND 6TH STREET SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;