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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHBHTDGE DAILY THE FIRST VIOLIN A dtifj) and emotional fuiluie Him ol unbounded bWutj and toellng. This Is a stoij ot BtronK dramatic viilue and bjmniitlietlc hemt Intoicst A MYSTERIOUS A startling ions plot Unit adilb much MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIOELIO) GALLANT an unusu.il offectho and mystei icn to fis you won't forget? Us Interest. .This Ic one.that "FIRST. TO, INJURED .DEMONSTRATIONS BY U.S. GOVERNMENT A blight pleabaut ulctnie which la both Inteiesting and Ilratniclive to both joung mid old THE PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTERS Iloic Is a good Him that ihonld please any audience IMS highly amusing and thoie me lots ot good laughs In It Keep smiling. BEAUTY 3nd LONDON BEAUTY admires a pretty plctu.e shows tlie most beautiful girls In Londoi Clearance Sale of Summer Millinery ALL THE STOCK REDUCED [Inlrimmccl regular lor .25e. ieg. jOo iiml 65c. lor.........35c. C. A. COOKSLEY Next to Bentley Co. Flfth slreeti South IMOVE TO EDUCATE ANIMALS Experiments in Expanding Intelli- gence, of .Brutes Projected Pails, Alaj e- tnentb aie'about to bel tried heie to test the asseition. jiibt made bs Dr IJpenaj, a well known professoi of comparative, psychology, that K the tolligence.of. animals .-ia systematical- ly trained, some .ot.tnem, after sever- ;il generations, an aston- ishing increase. power. "If a Uie attention .now devoted to.toe ot childion, were guen to sajs Di, enay, ;inimajs become nse- fill pliictlcal assistants of then ma's ters, qf ra.ere fets" fflarkable mentaljjower will be shown llembore of the league (01 the as sislance of anlmalt, of w hich Di Lip cnajMs. secretary, will, undertake the scientific training oft certain "higher animal minds bj eiidearamEJto pand theii icasonmg faculties It is pointed out that a 01 Id of difference exists between' this and the .vaude- ville trickb which to anl male at present, and it is urged that one of th-e chaiactenstics cnili- zation of the future will.be services sncu intelligently bj the higher mate to man An lull be hold Jiere by the, league in a. tew dajs, af nhich, it is said, dogB, cats, and otli-er domestic animals ALEXANDRA HOTEL W. J. STOKES, f J. H LEE, Manager Business Men's Luncheon 12 to 2 40 cts. First Class Cafo Open 5.30 a.m., to 9 p.m. "The Girl and The Tramp" "The Girl and The a fou1 auf. comedy, will be Been at the Ma Jefltlu Theatre, tomorrow evening. Tho play was written uy Carlos In and is an admirable vehicle ft Gladys the. clever young EOI brette, and Fred livers', a tramp con edlan, whogo work is much'on th order of that'of Nat Wills. Miss Weibe, iilajmg the jmit of Fl Itundall, is supirasud to be tak'on frqn the. streets, by .a. kind fiimlly, afte she has saved a baby from death. Sh meets the tianip aftei he has beei an aggressor against the family, nn and says but a fev but hers is the greatest fac in it: Wednesday' evening, "Ttu -both plays guarauteec cast and production. Are you one of those to whcm every meal Is another source of suffering will holp your disordered stomach to digest any reasonable meais, and will soon restore it to such perfect con- dition that you'll never feel that you have a stomach. Take one after each mesj. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's Made by the National Drug, and Chemicul Co. of Canada, Limited iso fictoria Day Program Provides Good Sport (Continued from front page) Haymond also be one (of the lout-res, of Interest in this district, and till draw a big crowd from all points The athletic mee.t in connec-. ion with the church Mutual j IJoil Artlnn lud favorably du uont society ib the first m the bib mi; tlie on an agreement wit HON. C. SIFTON PAINTS A PICTURE Can Hardly Exaggerate the Future Greatness of Big City Port ArlJmi, Jlaj further cudenie of '.lie forthcoming ui.iou of the two-dticE of i'orl Arthur and Tort is nou ed on nil hands as a. certaintv of the not far distant future, the Canadian 'duhs of J'oct Arthur and Fort liam united todnv for the enter la meat of Una. Olid'ord Siftou, elm man ot' the Dominion Conservati rammission and at their invitali were gathered at the Prince Arlh hotel this evening 200 of the leadi of the1 plans It n Hie most onthnsmstic banquet in eit cr place and'fairly: bubbled over wi optimism for: tlie future :of .the coi billed porih, esjicciailv when the tonicjed to Hie audience tli MAJESTIC THEATRE Fri. and Sat, May 24 and 25 GRAND MATINEE FRIDAY The Fred A. Byeri and J. Edwin Attraction offar MR. FRED BVERS IN THE LAUGHING COMEDY SUCCESS "THE GIRL and THE TRAMP" BY CARLOS 1NSKEEP With Charming and Wlrnome Mill Floy Minn and i SEE the thrilling 'automobile exploiion, the funnlaat thai daintiest girls; the'.beet show of the.teaiion. Seats on Sale Roohon's Jee Cream Parlors, Thursday, May'ttrd. PRICES tic, SOe, 75c, and ory of. the South country Liocally. -the football and baseball aus will hold, regular carnival, the ootball match being held in the mom I'1 U MU'Mrdv and associates, llaluax, for the establishment in th of n eai uianufacturing plant cost in the neighborhood of four mi twm be the loeal baseball latch or the season, and the llungrj M f'-'t negotiations m iiii have been their surplus completnd slacken? GLOOMY'flCTURE 1 OF MOTHERLAND L DECREASED DIVIDENDS, THREAT- ENED STRIKE AND PUNK- OUTLOOK Lomlon, May 23 inilubtLial disturbances, sagging uiaikcts, with luinors of piobablc faihicc and thu iccluctions railroad dividends and an internation- al o.itlook which noi ci.t.cai, is an oljfcciue and disquieting oue, ele- ments .which" all' combine to render j tlie outlook in England gloomj 'Ihc most senous question is the industrial unrest, London's food sup-1 plv is menaced Fifteen thous- and workers at the port of London are on strike, and unless .a committee- 01 mquin appointed bj the govern- ment discoveis a solution of theyuai- rel, it .is feared that men connected with the London docks wUl idle hv Hie end of the 'J he spectre ot anothei nation il slukc has not been removed Iiidceil, it gdini. gruund hj a resolutioi U'c IHincrs' Federation passed at i meet ing iti London j esterdaj ind-c i> profound dissatisfaction s imc of the awards made bj the dist.K't hoaids cieatel undei tlie iinni'iimn wage act The federation declares tliat Prem- ier Asnuith prpiniscd a "reasonalilc living %age" and that Uie awards not ,it. ing power foi so long that the de- lonstrntion will" be Something to re- [ember. As the 24th Is Victoria Day, and a ay on which Butaiu's gieatness of Empire is one of the uppermost sub jects ill the'minds ot all lojal subjects of the lung, it is fitting that the eel ehration should conclude with a mou- stei pan.otic conceit in the evening Di MoRac, a gifted Cai- garj, will grace the conceit with his and Mann foi h steel plant n B. Hanson, prcsidi-ut, of tl Port Artiiur Canadian clun, presided and other speakers were. T. I Matheui, of Port Arthur, and Dr Bean, oi Tort William, m addition i Mr Sifton, an eloquent M dicss, on the Canadian outlook I Mr. Sifton said that while soul 'jcars ago JK, vas pn en jn his enthusiasm that Canadian wei piesence, and will dehsd an msprr '1mo K1UMI craEEerale poss ing addiess Those who attended o! thou "iimlrv and its re last yeai'a annual concert of the Ov- j souices, his observations, cspeciall erseab' Club will he sine to go again becoming a meiuhei ot the con this jear scrv.ition commission caused, him U To those who wisli'ptjay out in the feel that ll was impossible almost I country, there is gJWa'li opportunity comprehend the great luluie lie r( to make picnic and, per- the.yUiation fiom the Allan haps, this will prove, one of the most Ulc to The enjojable ways of spending the da% tho M, t increased The Countiy Club will be the scene "u-lu'll'1-u of much the golfas espec- 'Vorlh ou shoes tbat are strong and well just suited to the health} pranks of your boy so far, as. wear is concerned. They are neat and smart on his jive him that clean ''young gentlemen" appear- ance that makvc of him. COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU A FEW OF OUR STYLES. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT t Boy Scouts. Ahrens and Cote's THE- FOOT TOGGERY Applications For Membership Already Number. No and No Cliques LoiiUon, >Jay himJred and Ilft> applications e been rp possible on the Cana dian side of Ihc head of the lake anil bound, lie believed, to he one the most important, if nor the mo important, city in the.Dominion. EAST COUNTRY IS FOR WOOLfi The Herald's Milk pondciit wires tliat W Hivcr Corres- A. Jlucluinan, JOB DIDN'T LAST 'LONG Winnipeg, Man., May'' -Judge Cumberland, of Hramlon, has resigned hit, position us Public Utilities Com- missioner. for the- province of Manito- to which be was recently Ttidge Ifobeon, of WInnlpes, has ba. od been would tosto good, because you would M.P., accompanied by K'. ,L Shepherd, know their be no indigestion or Of iclhbiiUge, is Imlilinc, a series ol sleepless nights oi he-adaches or atom m the intcr-st of the Uhei ach misery all tbe next ddy; and, be sides, you would not need laxatives 01 candidate in the district cast of liver pilh to keei) -vour stomach and Hml Warner 'Hit meet- bowels clean and fresh. ings are being largely attended and uccued him. Diapensin can be obtained rlruggifil, contains, more than sufficient in thoroughly cure the worst case of indigestion or dyspepsia. There Is nothing better for gas on the Bfoimieh -sour odors from tbe stom- ach Or.'to cure a stomach headache. Yon Iteop n or mbrd uaeful article iu the Uouso. from all indications this district will give Mr. Martin WooU an overwhelm- ing niajority next Monday. MARINE- ARTIST DEAD London, May De marine artlat, died today. at Napanee in 1004 In order to refute some statements ex- M P, which TV ere of a personal na- ture Outside ol' this he had done nothing. Mr Haycock's friends knew all along that he would he relieved ot his office, ns he bad always ,.been a thorn in'the1 flesh of: the Conserva- tives Tho only surprise has been that he did not receive notice sooner, but it is said that there .were BO inhny hungry politicians after .his "Job" that the government was unable to make a move. When yea use {is tempting fresh, meats sold at this market. We want your fu- ture trade. Try us once make you a regular UtbbriMe Meat lirW J. MURPHY, PROP. Theatre.'Phone IN WILL HE GET 1IQ POtTt Toronto, .-May. here of Bishop McNeil, of VMHjHirtr, has revived the rumor that he'would be appointed archbishop of Confirmation, however, _______________'________ t- PRESENT DAY HATS AND STYLES JN 7IAIK DRESSING CAUSE LOSS OF HAIR WE CANNOT CHANGE THE STYLE S, BUT WE CAN CHECK FALLING HAIR Up to the time we began, to civilize him a bald hea taoumm ils, a bald-headed .Indian was a thing inknown. Wearing nothing on ioad except tlie covering-furnisheil by mtiire and being a stranger to the lise if a Iiair brush especially'tbe public me, tbo scalp and hair had plenty of much sunlight and, hence condition favorable to a luxuriant growth of hair existed at all tiinca II. was the adoption of aJr and light xcluding head gears and artificial end decorations" generally, together ilh the occasional use a common- ly hair brush which gave the dandruff crm its opportunJty, Since this para- to has multiplied to an alarming de- reo until now there is hardly a pen- on who it not troubled more or leus dandruff and falling, hair. Many, to bo sure, have passed tbe orrying stage. Having become ally, bald they realize, ,that, nothing i capable of producing ir them. Let (hene be fi wHnniig to 11 who are experlenciuK Ihe, cant aimoyance of duidniff Am hair. v Uamliuffi which to ;nid falling hair can both be by the regular use of cide. This wonderful scalp the vicious germ, which Ayid- rulT, clefinaoso the scalp and batr from coming out. dastric- tion of the germ.permit! httr to, grow naturally and luxuriantly ai nature Ilorpicide mukes tlie btlr lappy, light and fluffy, Nowbro's Herpicide in end 11.00 sizes ia sold by ail deaJtri who guarantee tt to do all that i If you are not satlflfled your will be refunded. Applications obtained at barber shopa and hair drfatflBf lora. Send lOc. in stamps or silver sample and booklet to the Co., Detroit, Mtch, J. n. Hlginbothtm 4 Co. AtenLi, ;