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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 9 .TTIK. LETHItnipfl-E. DAILY HERALD Noveuiliu'r 1.101J. MARSHALL MUST CLEAR_H1MSELF Calgary Albertan Refers to Charges Against Min- ister of Agriculture A SEND OFF TO MR. ENGLISH Popular Young Man of St. Patrick's Parish was Remembered Victor Hecords lire real. Their bounty never can grow old. They are not only source of ;i means oi in tho highest sen so of the word. They a fiord :i constant tnul consistent development of the iioliler emotions, which ns IXirwin so truly points out, no one lias a right to neglect. Hero are a few of musical gems, taken from November List: 10-iiurii Double-Sided for the hvo) I I Jock Hazeldean (Poem by Sir Walter Scott) Jno. Young LU' U1 Scots Wha Hae Wl' Wallace Bled___fU-imild Werrennu'a i Dreams of Dill) i 'Sn? The Red R Am. Quartette .nillly ".Murray 12-inch Single-sided 31843 from Bizet Two 12-inch Red Seals By the Greatest of all Brilliants..................................Chopin In G..................................Pnclerevvski HEAR THEM TODAY AT YOUR DEALERS Have you heard the wonderful Victor Puzzle Record? Six selections on one disc. Price BKKLIXEK GliAM-O-l'ITOXK CO. Limited, Montreal BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA to the Herald) 'alt. iry, Xov. major- ity in ('ulpary to oleven hundred and fiftwn. hi Gk'lehon KHey IB about ihrci! hundred ahead witli eight or nine polls to hoar from .which will not i-iJ'ofl tlie result. Calgary Alt-Man bollove: is a reflex of (lie recent goneral election and (iocs not hesitate to blame the influence of the recent grout Carbon, Atta. At noon on Saturday about lii'ty au'inlicrs of this Knights nf I Columbus mill i of St. to lunch CROSS ELEMENT 1SDELIGHTED At Result of Bye-Elections Upon it as Vindication Kiliiiuiiluii, Nov. elco on ot four. C'dnsiM-vnUvcs In Uio bye- ('alhoHc in Uio south of the province 'Hindi's Parish sut yuslenlny, wns greeted with marked 11Ml. Illinium's I'aim Par- j expressions of satisfaction hy those jlors, their guest Mr. W. M. i l.ihuial nicinliera in the liicai legisla- Knsl'Sli, accounlaiil. at the I'nion known as opponents of Premier his policy in regard to the Hank- of this city, who has moled tu manager of tliu hranch bank Alberta and Great Waterways way policy. C'llnrles W. Cross,'e sweep ihronshoiit Ihe Uo-j At lunch Mr. T. I. Traynor acted leader of'the Liberal opposition rail- llin jtime and more in (Provincial affairs ilevclopmenls ialer. Last vein, il will emlorte the government, j tilc nicmliers of St. Pat- night us the rot-urns showed the Con- Some extreme .charges both at this rick's Parish, to which .Mr. Knglish servalivc victories several Liberals, election -.aid during the Uominion elec- 1 niildc a very touching reply. jail ai'dent supporters of Mr. Cross, M'ar-i Hev. Father Roseiithal, in newspaper oflices and they all hesnlei Messrs. K. ,1. English, U. expressed glee at the results. " tion were made against Duncan M'ar-i shall, .Minister of Agriculture. Th MAJESTIC THEATRE W. I. 9HERMAN, Mlnigcr, Phoiw Ml John Cosgrove and Beti Lang. present the Famous Juvenile Bostonians' TO-NIGHT Farewell Performance The Dream Girl' Pricei, Evening, 75c, gallery 50c south u...r .u.. Hie campaign, has not reached as an election crook. Marshall lias j "ulster, (.'onghlin, Kennedy, the city yet this morning. The lid- led ikese and in MeMuhou, Mullens, Bulletin this morning lias no life would lie -.iiifficiesn. Hut jl'icrrie. MeDonnell, and Walsh, of editorial reference lo the hyc-elec- rlic life something Council, Campbell of Ken- lions. The Kdinonion .lournai (Con- The people, quite i ora L'ouneii, of Calvary, j under the caption "Th Hilton government will sa tills aflernoon "Tliere can lie ni questioning Hie meaning of the ver iliet given' .vest-onlay hy Uie sou then ignifies the begin of the Sifton ro CANADIAN PACIFIC il seems in more is nei-cbsa EAST.KJ.lS" CANADA RATES i properly demand a high standard In, Griffin of Hamilton, Gewehr oi lllin- ;illeir mlniMlrrr. and they and Hnlihvin of Hcniiipen Council, about eiMlo.-.slnS a ministry with I Millll; member in il without a clear bill. Thei v'n I-ndav c'.eninn Albertan not believe the slorios; r t' q 'circulated abonl Mr. .Marjiiall. bin it iSP' l m mnplj ol 'ansh t'hoir assembled the evening at -till! inns of the end confesses that Inrse majority of the! .v .11 -MII.......s people or Albem oil her believe thoj residence and presented Mr. rumors or fear that they are true. Jlr. jw'- Knglish ivilh a' gold-headed j Sold by the .Marshall must take more appropriately engraved. steps lo clear his reputation of .Mr. Knglish', since his advent into foul charges that have been" made j Hie parisli four years ago, has been against him and lie must do it at once, j a very attentive and industrious lllem- j her of liie clioir and as he has recent- FUNERAL OF LATE T. M. VVRAY i ly appointed manager oi a Anonded by Letbiiridgis Orange, branch of the Union Bank al. Cnrbon, Lodge Xo. 1666, and Hie Lethliridge AHa., (he members ot the choir de- Veiemns Brigade in n body, the last rites over the'body! to express their appreciation of New Dominion Block. Leihbridger Aiberta Phone 791 of Thomas !RPV T p .M.'.Wniy this alle his services here and made this i H'f-' occasion lor the Fitter il made file and (Conducted by FIDELIO.) from the family residence on Twelfth j touching .manner spoke of the good street to the public cemetery. After j work performed by English -and jlhc regular funeral'services had been j of his evemp.lary chancier and 'the I read by Rev. Mr. Perry, the service oMoss lie would he to the parish in tak- tho Orange-Lodge was read over the! departure, from the'city. remains, 'and Sergeant Gillesjiie of the I Veterans sounded the bugle call a, the body was laid to rest. The pal "Duty" at Starland Another attraction ,has 'been booked Dy.'tbe Stai'iand management for Fri- theatre informs me that he has al- ways hnrt in view the consolidation of the theatre program, but that mull Mr. Knglisli replied in feeling terms REFERENDUM ON THE NAVY Quebec. Oct. U er. new poslmastnr.general. who was i-3-eIectecl by acclamation In Quebec ounty, .vesterdny_afternoon, speaking n the navy question, declared that as the one he Had taken in tte last elec- tion campaign, that, he would insist upon having, a referendum on the navy question. Thhj referendum would be ho declared. "When I was called to Mr. Borden's bearers were 0. Ilutton, Jai Pimm, S. Tobin, Jus. 1 cival and Edward Pimm. TOOK VOTING LIST New York, his salarv of his sorrow at leaving Lcthbridge, he said, was -not asked of his appreciation of the. es-jjo withdraw a single line of the pro j teem lie was held by all the n.embers j of t-iie parish, as well as by the choir jam! that no matter where his lot be cast he would always con- In the future-as he had done ay and Saturday Of this week, a bigjille advertising apaco is well taken up Deduction entitled one of llite improvement cannot take place representative In congress, Tim- i "le io livc so as to merit fclie prod raps-: thrilling and exciting marine Btorie'o ever attempted striHicgl" effects and grand settings. A large vessel is about to Vo dashed to Pieces on a rocky coast when the beacon light flashes forth in time to Bare the ship which is freighted with precious, souls, and the captain puts tne steamer about in the nick of time. 'J'lie story has to do with tliu> family of. a llgh-t house' keeper on a lonely snore with deeds of heroism and mo- ments of suffering depicted. The nva- enanfsm that propels the revolving iisnts becomes disabled in the ab- sence of the keeper, and the wife and son providentially come to tlie rescue, trie woman by sheer sfreugtb keeping tno lights reflecting on the sea to enable the mariners to steer clear of Tne shoals. The son, a small boy, fig- lires in the story, displaying that hero- ism that is expected In the sou of a ilarlng fatlrer. The keeper kr reward- ed by the caplain of the saved vessel wriu a medal, which he gives to his wife for her heroism. It is a great sea story and one of the most expsn- .Bive films over produced. uther attractions have also heeu'ar- ranged for the week-end am! ill's doors be open at an early bour in order to accommodate the crowds. The Juveniles Agsln Delight "The n short musical com- edy, was the bill essayed hy the Ju- Uostoniaus for their second evening's engagement here al tbc'Mn- jcptio Theatre, which held a Iftrjro and nppreciatlvo audience last night. A quartette of commendable points featured the performance again on -ibis occasion, namely, the singing ot 'the company, its actinir power, ccenic effects and costumes worn. Not Management's Fault In conrludiiiK my review on (ho is'or- (liea eoiH'erl, which appeared In the Herald "ast Tuesday evening, I look exception lo Ihe form of program now in use at the Mfij'-sllc Theatre. In jnslire lo the management of the. fheatve i! must be suld lhat the objec- tion (vas not Intended to hurl the Iligs of Ihose responsible the pro- mem grain. My remarks were used liintlly i and udUsedly. The mun.Uor of ihiiUiblu une hopes therefore lhat the neccs sary support will he given in Uie form of adequate advertising that tht; management of the theatre can carr; their plans to a'snccc issue. Orchestral Practice Tonight The regular practice of tile Lelh- bridge Orchestral Society will he held this evening in" the Y! M. C. A. audir torium at eight .o'clock. Every mem- ber, is requested to he present. Kubellk.Aa, Cartoonist One of F. C. Whitney's most prlp.ed. possessions is a drawing by Jan Kube- Ilk, the violinist, whom .Mr. Whitney will in n series of farewell concerts during the coming season. It is not often that even an artist can be drawn into making 8 caricature of himself, and it is rare indeed tifai a. musician has either the facility or the d'sslre to thus present himself, but here is not only Kubellk's cartoon, of himself, hut a caricature othy T. Ansberry, of Defiance, Ohio, could take his constituents on tour of Europe just ended, so he did j tne next best thing. He sent them WQ picture jiostr.l cardu. Whon, he arrived on board the steamship Vanderlantt he was wonder- j ing whether the voters in Ohio had en- '3 ough. At any rate, he was sure tlie Nb. 4 voters knew where be had been. 5......... Ansberry's chief'purpose in the Ku-iNo- was to study canals, l Alberta Red istcenr and admiration of his fellow LETHSRIOSE November 1. Northern Northern ___ North-am MARKETS gramme that I have submitted to my electors, and my efforts will tend to the complete carrying out of this pro- gramme. We shall have the referen- dum that we ask and we shall stand hy the decision of the' majority of'th'a i" wnothor in Aiusierdani. Paris or e he found to .daah off a few Hundred brlslu-hued cards to the men nennu, tbej.nots at home. iNo. 2 Alberta Red HOLDS BABY AS HE WEDS Woosler, Oct. a di- force from her third husband, James O'Connell, whom she wedded after a awiuaiiUance, Jlra. Emma O'Connall in Mn 3kln met Mr. Whitney gave Kuhelik a sou- venir of the occasion and asked him lor one in return. Kubellfc said he would send one to. America, and a few 'he Whtney offices, so-Hiat Kuhelik ha ,tanl 3kln lIHle girl, in hlu arms during the and healed! The very (Int SUNDIAL H new reputation for himself as Ut "ili3 arricuHural Smid'al. Oct. Ingrnm left r Winnipeg last Tnosday, whore ho Ml tnlte up cngiii'serlng and farming a wizard of the pen as violin. collcgo. drolls of p. D. D. stopped that awful Itch instantly, yes, the very moment ment the greatest possible justice: GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. Nov. opened 97 1-2, closed 88; Due. opened H 3-8, clos- ed 95; May (old) opened 98 1-2, closed May (nen'l opened 97 3-4, closed 98 J-4. pats, Nov. opened 38 5-8, clos- ed 30 3-4; Dec. opened 38 3-4, cloud 37 1-ZrMay opened 38 3-4, 40; Ftal, 'Nov. owned 196, closed 200; Uec. opened 198, closed 195. Cash Nor. 93; 2 Nor. 9H; 3 Nor. 91; 4 Nor. 83; 5.Nor. 76 1-2; 6 Nor- 70; Feed 66; W. D. 0. D. touched my'skin the torture 3 C. W. 37 1-2: Ex. 1 Feed eased. D.U.O. has been.known for years as MR. MAGRATH GOES EAST C. A. .Magratll, who has been in the city taking part in the election cam- paign, left thta afternoon for the east. jro he will spend the winter. S CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF BRANTFORp Rrantfonl, Oct. r..'lii. Hartman iinitotmccrl hh cnndiclni. for tlip inuytirnltv lionorn iis n uortm- (if the hydio-olcnric iiRfca- Hriiutfonl. Alriv-rniMi !y also ;IH IIDX- as of tlie .Mrs. sr.. and son, Louis, nephew. Arthur, are leaving for i-fie States on Tuesday, where they ox- pent to remain for a wcfiks. filllot closen his term nf school on Friday, and win leave at. once for ftls home fn Ontario Horn to Mr. and Mra, A, nalle.v on October 29, R fine baby hoy. Moth- fir and child are doing fine. -Miss Lfthfil Armstrong and Mr. CreigMon, of Vet wood, were Sundial cullers on Sunrtny. .MPHSVS. Ulushl 9iir] Shode hrovifitit nni two loatfy of liiinhrr for 0. K. Kiij-'on's harn. .Mrs. K. .F. Jnhnyton is ;it jtroscul Hia.vlif" at Mr. ftlmiU'K, looking lUH-r I Hit; ohHUivn. i the only absolutely .reliable Kcjiema cure. .IiiBt a mild, soothing, pleafant wash made of Oil of Thy- mol, and other ingredients, but tbo 1 Feed 1-2; 2 Feed 35 1-2; Barley rejected 83 1-2; Feed instant relief kinds of skin troubles D. gives to nil like mlrni-le. and when ii-sed with D. D. D. Soup keeps the skin in perfect condi- tion. If yon Iwve any .kind of skin Psoriasis, Salt It hen in. no inat.l.or what it even nim- ples, invosllsafe the wnudcrful D, j American Market! opened J05 1 4 viewed 105 H-8; .May opened closfld S4; July op'ene'I 1.10 closed 110 T-S. opened 36 IS, closed P6 1-8: May 101 3-4. 3-4; July opftiieri fln 1-2; closer} 95 3-S. the Proscription, kiio hits vouch for it. D, D. D, never do exactly as is claimed. The n. D.. P.. Laboratories Dflpi. L. II., Colliorne SI. Toronto, will glad- y send you a (rial bottle if you write liijin, or call ju our store cot, a jHttte. It. will relieve; all skin trouble I .Jncksoii K. f'bpu, Uriigglitttv and Hlnnetlng" was Rfv' ;V v" hnt.D.D. al Westminster church last 'night. Air. Itunnels is- one of the OJaitisholm, Oct. Clares- olm AgricijStiiral Society, held an In- Utute meeting here today, when C. larker, of Calgary, Dairy Commls- oner, gnve a very interesting ress-on "Dairying- and 'here was a fair attendance. J. K. Miller, having sold, his resid- ence on Shelver street, sold off his fur nlUire by auction today. Tliere was a i'iai'6'5 attendance and good prices were. A large number of cattle and horsjea iiave heen soltl and shipped lately. James rtobbie this ws-ek sold off a ama'il bunch of horses for A fow drunks are helping out the town exchequer ihase days with pettj' A large number are going from h-arv to" .bear Madame Nprdica in Calgary. There was a local competition, in prize winners got tlie priv- Starland ENORMOUS MID-WEEK PROGRAMME Mutt Jeff And dog catchers. Those humorous comedians again. As a Boy Dreams A strong portrayal of life aa it is. Bengal. Coast Replete with scenic grandeur. FRIDAY A SATURDAY Duty One of tho moat thrilling and exciting marine stories ever attempted. MONDAY AND TUESDAY Froin to Eich- ilieu in Three Paris. Whooping Cough CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDf Smrt (or AU. DRUGGISTS Trr throtil. Of from M. 10e. In NCREASE IN CUSTOMS REVENUE ilege'of having thuir paid to bear Nonlica. There 'is a scarcity of gasoline which, is keeping back ironic of-the threshing which, is going.-to be very late thin yuar. The car shortage i-3 with, us again, with about SO cars filled and over on order things are boAind to be alow. The records of the Lethbridge port of cuatoniB for the month of October are a great increase over last year. The total this year -was compared -with for the cor- responding month last year. This is an increase of nearly or 55 per cent. It is also an increase over the September records of almost 000. ALL SAINTS DAY Today being AH Saints Day, the Do- minion Land Office was closed. AWAY GO PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, SORES, ULCERS AND ALL BLOOD DISORDERS Plmiiles. blotches, scales, ulcers; sores, eczema and chronic twcltingR aie cniiBcd by bad blood, but, don't become other '.rouble Is KO easily overcome. Cascaruts aro wonder-workers in the cure of any by or Impure blood. Tlioy elimiii'nte all poiaoiw, build p and cnrjcii the-blood, enabling it to make new, healthy Pure bloofl mnnns perfect health, find if you will UEC Cascorets they will Jve yon good and a skin, frco from pimples nnd blotches, TO try Cascarets is to like them, for never before t tit-re produced ua pci foct rfiid u i blood nnifiei and stomach rogulftoi Lu tin IB Candy (Sthartlcl Be sure to tahn Caavarfts nnd you will surely Bond, pure, heiUhy, blood and no nuire tions or di.-fiEiiremnnta. A .ID-cent box of Cag- ,carets will truly aniuxc you. mhst piitril speakers this over heard. Montreal hears that Pope will the Semite, nnd (hut W. G. I't.-Ool. I.abofle and son will be Imrtiur Jfl StlK ;