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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Sjitiirilay, Mmvh 15,'hm THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 STOP DRINKING Nn man can afforti to waste his vitality throiii?h the Insidious aloohoUc poison-reattltant from drinklnjr. AlcohoUflm is a dlfleai* and must ie treated as such. THE NEAL THREE TREATMENT ie a boon to men and women addicted to the liquor habit. The Neal Three Day Treatment is tliorough and complete, elimr Inates all traces bt alcoholic polaoa from the eystem in.Uiroe days' time; '� '  � � NO HVPOpERMlC INJECTIONS, NO BAD AFTER EFFECTS ,/. Th� Neal .Treatment oonslat of a purely vegetable compound taken iaternaUy. , . � ., Our cure, for the Drug Hahlt 1b edually as effective as.dur treaV meryt for thc iilauor Habit. V -y.  r Wflte. fof- Full Particulars lil NEAL INSTITUTE CO., LIMITED 820 Thirteenth Avenue Wast., Calgary. PHONSW. 4525 OORM yp TO M FACT Paris, March 15.-French opinion is waking up to tlic fact that Uormanv, in the sphere, of military aeroriatitics, IS leaving P'rance badly'in tlic rear. Crcneral Lacroix and a numjier ot other sininent strategists united m declaring; that France ha.s iioUiiin>; to show jagainrft Germany's aenal cruisers but a fleet ot "penny steamers," and thev strongly deprecate the attitude taken generally in Franco towards dirigibles. Thoy think the sud-g, tbo supple rtype of airship (avored by the French imi)il;ary authorities is, from the tnili-(tary point of view, exceedingly risky, a pin prick sufficing to' destroy them. The Band Concert The city band arc celebrating St. I'atrick's night with a grand conceit. The excellence ot the concert is gleaned from a perusal of the program as follows : March-"Irish Beauties", Wenrich. Fantasia, "Erin-go-Bragh", Arr. by F.' Clino; City Band. Song' - "The Old Plaid Shawl", llaynes, Mr. G. K. Fleming. Sextet from Lucia, Donizetti, City Hand. Sketch-Selected, ISIr. C. Fryer, Overture-"Donnybrook", F. White, City .Baud. Song-"Ah Irish ,Lovc Song", Mr. R. Lang, Miss C. Simm. Address-"Irelaad and Irish Music", i\Ir. D�ve Elton.  Violin Solo-"The Son of the Pus-ta", Keler-Bcla, Mr. Sam Sartowski. ~~ Overture-"The Hussar's Dream", = |Sanglear, City Band. Airships oE the German rigid type, with their several compartments,, ji.rc capable of withstanding considerable -daniiago before being put absolutely out of action. , OTILIZE BOATS IN WAR London, March IS.^Thc admiralty IS in[[uiriag ot motor boat owners round the coast xyhetlier they would he prepared to form an auxiliary motor boat reserve for service during war. It is pointed out that there are many ways in which motor boats could serve as auxiliaries to the fleet. Tlicy would be extremely valuable tot scouting and for carrying mesaagos. TRe authorities are now in communication with the leading motor boat clubs, and it is expected that 'some scheme'for carrying out the idea wlli soon be arranged.  > Song-"rhcie is Only Ireland for Me", Chas. Bradley, Mr. Geo. Mit-ford. Gavotte - "Stephanie", Czibulka, City Baud. .Song-"KilI�rney", Balfe, Miss C. Simm. March-"Top o' the Motning", Hil-drcth. City Band. "God Save the King", . , , �    Bostenlana, March 18-1S-20 Stardom Is beckoning vigorously to two 'young memberB of the Juvenile Bostonians Opera company, and if the substantially founded hopea of that happy pair are realized, next season will see one-and possibly two-at the head of "her own" com-, pany in. musical comedy. The two threatened young artists are Thorn Hellen and Stubby Myllng. How formidable 5� the threat may be judg?^ from the fact that a team of co-authors of International fame for several months past have been engaged in the building of pieces fit ted to ea'oh. Manager Lang has approved ot the plans -and has given Bijou Theatre the IDEAL photo house play Tonight a Great Program OF Interest, Amusement and Education COME AND HEAR Miss �.Linley Jones � in RAO-TIWE songs his promise that If a satlefactory vehicle Is offered! ,he will back either or both productions. The project became a double nn-dertaking-almost a race between the two misses-becau�e of a peculiar turn a story the authors were weaving for the first piece happened to take. They had started this with the intention of "fitting" it to Miss Hellen. Just then they happened to see a performance in which Mt�s Myllng used a fetching and particularly funny piece of "business" and right there the' unfinished story started on a new angle. Tb� Idea suggested by MlBs Myllng's antics was just what was needed to flU out a big second act, and no one but a person of Miss Myllng's meager dimensions would be suitable for the main role. That .was not very satisfactory news for Miss Hellen but she was reconciled when It was propos^ed to abandon al.l the/first draft of the MORRIS THEATRE 3 Nights Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 18-19�20 " " Cosgrove & Lang Oflfcr the Famous "Juvenile Bostonian3"  In the Latest Musical Comedy and Comic Operas. Tuesd^^h^charming *TheDream GirF WEDNESDAY-KIRKE LA SHELLK and JULIAN EDWARDS-NEW YOHK SUCCESSJ]^- -i (Equal to Robin Hoad.-N. Y. Journal.) / " "The Princess Chic" *'01ivette" Thursday-audran's comic opera Pi-iccs .$1.00, 75e, and 50c. Plan of Seats at Box Officei More Power to ^ Why, in the name of all that is good, and beautiful, should .you pay more for your clothes than what they are really worth ? Take a look at the material displayed in the different shop windows at;^3p; $35 and $40, and compare them with what we have for $20, aid THEN YOU WILL AGEElE WITH US THAT TOU'ARE GETTII^G MORE POWER TO YOUR DOLLAR THAN REYOMb OUR DOORS. The Best Clothes at the One Fixed Price play, and use the two dltferenb roles, each of which was bo happily suited to the Individual talents, tor two entirely different pieces. For the sake of company peace that was a happy adjudication. Although Mlas Hellen and Miss Myllng are dandy chums right now, If It cam^ down to a proposition where stellar glories waited for only one of them-well, it's too far ahead now to figure any other way than that both of these pieces are .sure to be hits.  * � "The Bachelor's Baby" at Majestic There is apparently no question about the big and emphatic success that Henry Buckler, the popular conl-cdifln, has scored with Francis Wilson's comedy-farce, "The Bacheiot's Baby." For eight months last year "The Bachelor's Baby" ran at the the Criterion Theatre, New York, to the largest houses in the history of that popular playhouse, a condition which has been duplicated every city in which this comedian iii^rf Vxstiii presented. Mr. Buckler's roie is that of aa inclined-to-be-selfi.sh, child-hating bachelor, not at all bad at heart, biit a man whose mode of living has made him a faddist in his dislike tor children. It is stated that the part allows him tlie widest latitude, for funn�aliing, but there is also opportunity for the comedian to appeal to the hearts of his, audiences, for, despite the merry lines, the mirth-provoking situations and the clever epigram there is a touch'of humanity in soipo of his scenes' in  which the com-cdiaa makes his audiences feel their Features today Great Week End Pregnm Including Greater Love" sterling Dramatic Portrayal -At Every Show Hear- "MISS LOUISE ELLIOTTE" "In Her Brother's Olothst" Singing "I'LL GET MINE WHEN I QtT HOME TONIGHT." SHE'S GREAT Features MONDAY \ ''The Message in the Cocoannt" A Remarkable Two Rael Feature SEE THE BURNING OCEAN LINER STRANDED IN MIB-OCEAN AND A HOST OF OTHER MARVELLOUS SCENES A GENUINE ATTRACTION SUIT or OVERCOAT iVIade-to-Order The day we opened sliop we fixed the price. We � jjiavenot varied it, but we have kept right along making better clothes. ^[ Half the men in town, w6uM'^:be wearing bettei* clothes, and be haying them made for about half the money, if they were, customers of the Scotland Woolen ffills^ Company and that's stating a fact on experience-we know it. ^ Suppose you put us to thetest; -nght now it's seasonable to suggest "the Spring Suit or the Spri% Over can show a rnan the' greatest assortnient of the best and most .stylish weaves. Western Branches: edmonton regina, .sasio^� The British and Colonial Photographic Co. 7th StEntrance to Sherlock Bldg. SH! LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN ! EADED ORAY HAIR-USE >SAGE TEA - Henry Buckler, and Baby Wilson "The.Bachelor's Baby" In rcalit.V.TIic.story of "The Bachelor's Baby" .concerns principally Thomas Beach, a wealthy bachelor, who, by the will of a twin deceased brotherj is made the guardian ot the latter's small daugliter. When the terras are made known to Beach; he is furious as well as paniC' stricken. What will he do with a >ol,- ,;;;-& Either prepare the tonic at home or ; after, another .appHcatlpn-,o,r:^two5(^^^^ get from any drug store a 50 cent-natural color la, reBtored.-anaj^lt^^^^ �Wyath's Sage and Sulphur .comesfglossy and lustrous :and;v'?fW,^^,T HairRemedy." ready to use; butiappearyearp younger. � �Agents,, jfriBi^^ listen, avoid preparations put up byr^Hlglnbotham & Cumpany. ; v ivi'vi.^ to take place and there come interruptions and Mr. Buckler gets funny. i.^J'^'io"'" how to cater shown In the city, and is well worth seeing. It will be shown for the last times today. For the special attraction on Mon-day next an unusual two reiel'feature has been booked in "The 'Message ill' the 'Cocoanut;'' The reraaTkabla drama is portrayed by a cast of over 300 i)?ople, the various scenes being" laid in Ne\V York Olty, at Coney Island, in Florida and on board a burning ship in ,mld ocean. A sterling production of Tolstoi's famous drama "The Kesurrectlon,';,' has also been, booked,..'and will te,1 shown at Starland in the near fut-, ure. At the BIjou ^� Eveiyone Is talking abont the,excellent programs presented .at this: model playhouse, and Miss Jon�s has' certainly �oored a triumph with her rendition of popular songs: "Oh You Circus Day" was received last nlghi^ with 'great applause, and the' chorus was taken up by the' audience In-such a' hearty manner that 'Miss Jones was compelled to respond to an encore.. The-management certafn-td, the public. lULENTFORl half a million grippe cases '.tf ; are reported from  vk enna, austria- ' V Vienna, Austria. March 14: .,^';''*r|eM^ moat;severe epidemic of inflitenzaKaRSil?, lecord is prevalent :jin^the'A:)^stir;^ai^ij 'ijapital. Hsilf a mlUion; ..casiS;*!^^ been reported 'durlhg the .tiast^^OMiA-mbnths and the epidemic' is still jt^-M, irig the'cap.aclty:of. the-hospitah^nui^^^^^^ ing institutions and physicians; Wm^;!^�f?,| lamllies 'appear to '>ei:attapke4;i;;S}ni^|^ ultaneously inS � personsy;ptl^allft;||^PP;|i 'arfe qiraUy'aIlected.'.rThe' difi^aso^'is^i^pti;, jl^l a peculiarly virulent typfc;'iVrth;'seriT^^^^ ous after efleots. Boctors -hope:-.tU6*i.';||,ij setting in of mifder weather .wiU-^lt?ft.^jS mlnish � the, outbreak.. v,v,.,,.;-.iii,.,;,rV,f);.'',;'JiSvVJ** In fact, oven when someth'Fng serious ' and ithe swinging choruses" of the is in view, he turns it intp jegt, aivd , various numbers given by tlie 'ilady the audience is laughing most of the time. V Features at Starland For, the last time today at Star-land is being shown the splendid four featui'e program which aroused uoh favorable comment last night. All four, attractlona'^flxe,,-'''really of such good entertalnlng'^ualltles, that it is hard to discriminaW one above the other. ..From the,'flrs'b flash upon the' screen of the 'splen&id drama. The. Greater, Ixive," , untll\^ the last scream of laughter in ."ThSi'; Profes.. Bor's Daughter," in .which \ dainty Mabel .Nomana::^ppears, - theV aud-, lenoe Is treated to the'biggest imnoh of pictured 4eUgbt flee;^ ,-here s for some time. Special, jupo'ti^ rai^et also be .made-of 'Aflss'^^ulBe'EllUotelB. clever rendition of "Pul;,Your QIaA Rags On," which is th'e cfttchleit I'ag-X time song of the s6as0n. Taken' on \\ the - whole, 'th'e'''Starljtntl wpok'^Snd program is the 'beBt at pres�n� 'being vocalist are thoroughly fln.1o"yad; On Monday, amongst an all feature program, will be the now .eagerly looked for "Pathe's" Weekly, showings Bud Flsher'a .creations -in a Mutt and-Jeff series of, original ;wlt. Without doubt the'BlJou is popular with the. photoplay tans, and -wlU surely be^'i come more so if the class .of .en'terc, tainment now provld'ed. is : sustalnedi � Prices, 15 and 10c; boxes-ZBcij Spec-: ial-matinee Saturday, children So.,? ,, "WJiat 1, am today | owe to my wife," he said'proudly. "Well, what are you?" asked the cynic. � t '; r' ? "I'm the huBban4 of-the<,b6^t bridge .player in o.ur'neighborhood,"'he^re-, plied.-Detroit Free Fim. ' i ' " ' 3P WE HAVE A WELL-LOCAT-ED STORE IN THIS CITY. .Which we can offer you for $47*00; $1500 cash, / ' 'talanoe ^asy' ^ ^ Sherlock Bids?: m Pnone G4 i 95 56 ;