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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTR LKTTntlUDf il'i HATLY MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT "The Musiciil'KvciH De Luxe" Country IVm.ls The Versatiies In a clever combination of Pierrot Performances and Musical Comedies In the Camp Fire's Glow An Up-to-the-Minute Musical Comedy Preceded by "The Pierrots" PRICKS _ _ _ Sale at Kenny 4 Allln's" Drug' i Book Store Applies Nice Adjectives to Lethbridge Tuesday. lU.v ilu- "Woman About Town" Winnii'CK Town Topics) l.'rar Tt'pirs: ft has q'iim- U) be "abom" thi-s charmi town during the g of the Dry Prices Never Always Show .I-Yiiliires LAST TIME TODAY Tho Sensational Parisian l-'catun- "The Blighted Son" TOMOJREOWANJ) THURSDAY 1 ANOTHER BIG ATTRACTION 'Put Yourself In His Place" A Correct Fllmatlzation of Chas. Reaae's Famous Novel NO ADVANCE IN PRICES SPECIAL Sleepers To MONTREAL QUEBEC ST. JOHN connecting with TDD ATLANTIC L.rK. STEAMSHIPS, November-December Sailings WINTER Rates Sale daily, Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. Reserve berths now for CHRISTMAS. See Local Acfent for details or Writs J. S. CARTER Genl. Agent 210 Pbrtage Ave., Winnipeg IPUPILS WHO WON OCTOBERjfONORS STANDING OF SCHOLARS IN WESTMINSTER SCHOOLS IN .THE DIFFERENT ROOMS Congn'Hg ;unl t'onyn' of Of coulee, tht- dai bo.-n lull of thes4? ii puriant fvt'iits ;ind I not i auythint; about cither of ihei hut 1 iio to pay uboi 1[ vory ambitious of Let I bridge 10 down to Colorado Spring last yvar and bid rfor. the >nrt-ai fyi pross ID anno to Alberia, and a KOO many Included, thougli that hail umk-rhiki-u mor than it could maiiaju- with eredi [u itself and tlie country. However, tin' of I.eihhrid rost? lo the occasion anil it is prettx safe to say tliut (IE) out of every 100 visitors who at tended (be cou_ viill K- mighty slad to come back u Lt'thhridiH1 whenever opportunity IV rs. The outbuilding feature 'was the I reasonable ivriws charged for both ac- roimnodaUon and meals. There was adviuuv in the price or anything opting a "shave." The barbers, it. j appears, put up the price of that ne- I'essary comfort to L'f.c. Everything- else was reasonable and the large crowds the ser- i-iee in most of the [lining rooms, cafeterias! and restaurants was very fair. Prices of fresh fruits were below rhose of Winnipeg and prices of both dry goods and groceries were liule, if any, higher than iu peg. while millinery and furs wer chenpur and fjuite ;is good. It i.s stated that the holding of the congress here cost the. city of Leth- bridtre Slfi.OOO, and it seems probable. One of the civic improvements vned to completion was the fine street railway, which gave an excellent service to the fair ground breathing l-'m-ing the depot ii is HIP thine lo greet the eye of the visitor and is a very charming wel- come. The trees planted around it are, now attaining a fair ami with the white granolithic walks, the red paths from waKie from the mines unti the K lowing beds of ilowerd. ft is u beauty .Indeed. Power is vheap In I.othbridge, am llm-e is ho sparing of electric light Thy system Is ihal of the live eluste on graceful .iron standards. The square l.i surrounded by lights and they are carried through the pare ineius that cross tlie square traverse Iy. A graceful buildinir in somewhat pagoda siyte houses the Hoard of Trade. Tlie upper storey of this building is a line hand stand. The seen-tary of the Board of Trade is an offlct-r' strictly on to his Job, and if is i pleasure to go to him for in while "Jho display of products of district tastefully a i ranged about he walls and, (lie immense blocks of naive coal which guard the doors are ,n advertisement of the pos- ibilities of I.ethbrhlse and the sur- ounding country. All the streets are broad, and th ethbridge folk point to them wit ride and say it is because they were ot laid out by the C. P. K. Be tha s it may, tlie broad streets ihere MAJESTIC THEATRE One Night Only, Wednesday, November 6th TilK MUSHJAL HVliM' OF 'I'll K SKASOX Miss Alice Nielsen American by (lie distinguished MLLE. JESKA SWARTZ Contralto from the Boston Opera Company LUIGI TAVECCHIA Basso Buffo, from Boston Opera Company arlislN. ALFREDO HAMELLA Famous Lyric Tenor JOSE MARDONES Grand Basso ROOOLFOFORNARI World Famous Baritono CESARE CLANDESTINI Musical Director from Boston Opera House THE PROGRAM WILL CONSIST OF OPERATIC GEMS AND A FJFTY-MINUTE ARRANGEMENT OF "THE BARBER OF SEVILLE" PRICES, 75c and 50 cents. SECURE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY Seats now on sale at Kenny Allln's Drug and Book Store Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large neiv twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal mm Glasgow every Saturday tarry- ing One Class cabin auU Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B., Dec. 5Ul and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure the beat, It .costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam- agent or H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, 445 Main St Phone M5312 Winnipeg, jjfQ a 1 i f o r n i a from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED UK'E'LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS TKAVUI. BY SKA on the Stenjiijjhips 1'HESlDKNTorCOVHRNOK. Send for f rep illnsir.itcd Uxiklct of California Ilolels and free uinp of Hit Pacific Const He sure lo re.icr.-p Ucrths in advance PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. GEO. W. 1SDJES5, Gin. III. Flit. Dipl. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, VMSH. Queen's Hotel :ROYAL VIEW d miles-north of Lethkrldge All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meale a la Carte caTi he made for private dances Everything First Class ''Special Siiudiiy Dinner from 0.30 to 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1.624 CURES COUGHS i The Ociober honor roll for West-! luuisler pnhJic school follows the names of all pupils 'who have ob- tained -to per win. of the marks for each subject and HO per cent, of the total number of marks obtainable on du; monthly examination tests: Grade VIM. l Sarah Emerson, Hittiires. B. Scott. M; Sydney timersou, K C. Jennings, principal. Grade VII. Marguerite Stevenson. 70: ilaud Heaton, ill'; Leslie Parker, U. v. Grade V. Arthur -HacMvcnn. Oscar Sea- blmu, 71: U'innk; Settr. Hob en, lunie, 71: Grace Parsons, 71; Her- bert Sntterlee, 70; Fred Webb. CO: Margaret Kirk. fi.S; Andrew Horn, i i-i.iS: John Komar. Koger Htden-l j mom, Kva i Alfred limit, Ia, as Hhnwn on tho plan-! pro- fflos fHod willi (hi; HoHi-d, arc Hfcr-pt- fd, and the KLMIIC are hoi'eby apjuuv- HPHIEUCE During Change of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound Made Her a Well Woman. Natick, cannot express what I went through during the change of life before tried Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound. 1 was in such a nervous condition 1 could not keep still. My limbs were cold, I creepy senaa- jjj lions, and J could not sleep nights. I was finally told by two physicians thatl also had a tumor, I read one day of the wonderful ourc.s made by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and decided to try it, and it has inndf me a well woman. My neighbors and friends declare it has worked n mir- acle for me. Lydia K. Pinkham's VCKC- UliJw Compound is worth its weight in gold for women during this perodof life. If it will help others you may publish my MARION SWEET GRKA- TON, No. IJefferson'St., Natick, Muss. Change of Life is one of the moat critical periods of a woman's existence. Woman everywhere should remember that thtii-c is no otlu-r remedy known to tlie rest of the company at nnt-sa ....i..- their best Hit1 crowded house? thor- _____ up, a good I ollKwy.-pujoyccl themselves. many people .seem to think go. There Special mention must also lie given are not many trees yet, but they tlie Hungarian growing, while the bine skies and tllc "music for the play and during the intervals. This band is composed of stringed instruments, and they made great use of them, several ragtime melodies being playctl with fine gusto. Miss Gladys l-ludars save two fine songsr her "Where the River Shannon Flows" being voraciously encored. The curtain raises punctually at while the blue skies and bright sunshine help you to Forget the wind, of which, there Is more than IK absolutely necessary to keej: nioKtjuitnes away. COP WHO LIKES FEMALE DRESS RESIGNED JOB ON BERLIN FORCE AND HAS BECOME A "LADY DETECTIVE p.m. and the everyone will in good time. NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign 5000 Votes 1912 tojjnake the following nomination: Kesidence nomination is good for 5000 free votes. Only mip nomination will he accepted for each candidate. Names of persons making nominations will not IMJ divulged. tiie medium of motion pictures. The plot, is daring in the extreme, and in in the course of its unfolding, the on- looker is treated to ;i succession of lire dramatic si Unit ions, gor- aml 'beautiful scenic ic management hones goons costuming and be; uleavof to he seated in vest i turn. The action is laid in Nov. of is technically designated as "Tranavtis-j tin the clothes or onpo- arc so fretiiifiW in LVerlin that.; tlioy seldom attract, particular. atten-f tion but the latest aroused much intc-resl. policeman years' happily Big Feature at Starfand special attraction in four parts "The Blighted Son." which is being shown for the last time today at Star- land, may well be classed as a real feature, for the story" is literally spell- binding, and Is one of the most en- thralling narratives ever unfolded by larri-ed and the father of a sixteen year-old daughter, has developed into i lull Hedged "woman doteclive." Ho! >ays that, from his childhood Mi has j md an nrK'onireliable desire to cininilio dross. Not withstand ing ilus' 10 entorcd UH> army while he was -0! md rose in ilu; rank of sergeant, re- ii-fd from active ticrvlco after nine; and ohtnincd ;i position on the! police j Berlin was IhruHi c-ars by a "Jack tho who' attnckf-d woiinin and girls, slashing them with a kniff. this policeman' liad a clmiic.t! to put his longing wear a woman'.s cosiumc to fjood sci1-; in connection with Ills duties, Clad In Fenihiiiic attire he patrolkul' thr sti-cotw in l ho section of iho lownf the had taken place. Altlionjih the ripper novcr was The Quickest, Simplest Cough Cure Easily ami Cheaply Made at Home. Saves You Paris and Algiers and the production is first class in every respect. For Wednesday and Thursday the great two reol. feature, "Put, Yourself in His Place" will he the main at- traction. ThlH IK, adapted from thr story in Charles Remle's famous no- vel of tho same name, and will prove to be a most acceptable offering at SUrlAud for the mid-week. A Cold Wave Is Coming i A temperature cf thirty degrees be- j low zero is pretty cold weather, but even colder than that is promised in this city soon. 01 ore than ten times thirty below will be the temperature in the tank that contains liquid air, which Prof. Patly will use for ex per- intents next Thursday night, at. the This rccijie makes 16 ounces of cough] Kno.v fihiircJl. Lrjuid air is one of lie to hint a family a long j mosl pnradoxlcal substances Ume. Yun couldn't buy much or as I a nMlljd looking and flowing Ilka WR. Good cough for M.50. j below yet produced JiiiOO abovo xero, in almost the aanie sjiace and at the same period of time. II boils on ice, st.cel molts in it; alco hoi solidifies in it: lin: iron and t her are made 'brittle, and A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Hdward Kennedy, of Merid- ian, Conn., -10 years old, was ad- vised by her physician to try Dr. kartell's Female Pills, she did so willi wonderful results. Thous- ands of others would say the smile. 20 years the standard, at your druggist. ed to have murdered the trapper Mor- in several weeks near Notre Danio de Sangs, Portnen county. HOME SECRETARY HOWLED DOWN London. Nov. Homo Secre- tary, Reginald MeKemia, was prevent- ed from making a speech tonight !n IJolborn Town Mall, bocause of the uproar created by the suffragettes. Simple as K Is, It gives almost Instant relief ami usuuliy stops llifi most obsti- nate coiiiili in M hours. This !s partly One Iu the fact tiial it la slightly laxative. HtlimilatuH tlie appetite and Iias an excel. lent tonic effect. It is pleasant lo ulillureta like it. An excellent remedy, Is niada m bard as steel. nnd rifix with I other.experimxiiits will be per- antl Ftir for two fm-niAd of wjinn iiinntcf. put entu' worth) In antl Ftlr for two ounuen of pines mfly a iti-ounco boitlc. nntf the iiolicGniiiii di' ivssi's pennaiKinlly. thistryingperiod as Lydia 13. Pinkh.m's Vegetable Compound. If you iTiint special aihicc irrilc lo E. I'lnkliaui Medicine On. ilmlinli I..JTIIII, Vnur Idler will lie oiK-noiI, read And answered bj n woiiiHii and hM U strict cenlldcuce. -lclBil to! 'i'lll Dr. .Mag-jail th throe hours. Pino is one of tiin oldest ami known rnncdiiil aiieiitx for titp 1'lnex ly UIB inoat j ooiiecmriutifl oonipotnul of Koriva so snocosshiliy carry women throncli i IJr- tbistryiiift-pcriod a.s LydiaJ3. Pinkhum's !i Mnict. JMul is rich in tujiuli'ol 'imi other nnturnl licnllni; driiu'iits "Ot work recite "Trailsvi'Btilll" wore consulted nndj Tin; prompt rcsnlla from this thi! niwCHsnry ccrtmnntua 1111 oul, I In tin: United States ami Canntia the iianttjon ol llio Berlin pollen was uhlcli why the plan has Wen Im ubtnlncil, the policeman restored from r A jt the lorce uuil la in employ1 mone or a private detei'tlve iu j Toronto, Oni s en inaiity el absolute HiillRfaolliin or prinnntly rrfiin.lnl RUHH with hits Mr. Patty brings specimen's of the new miiusral, Rmihmi, also a wirelesn lolcgraph apparatus, and will give a domonstralion or MIOM three H-onder- ful stiJijocls, It very seldom (bat, an attraction eomea endorsod half so em- phatically jis is HUB novel and instruc- tive trio of wonders. SUSPECTED MURDERERS ARRESTED Quebec, Nov. Saliirilay cvetl- InK last the I'rovluclal Police affect- ed the eaptttre of Xavier and Paul Sauvaya, tile two men who are tillcK- THE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH "Rich, glossy, luxuriant facias ling hair of youth." Why should you not keep it continue to have of soft youthful-looking Jitiii, iu dress in the many styles most be- coming to flint keep you looking young, lhat please you nnd your admirers ton. Don't let the grey hairs they'll make you look your charm and fresh- ness. Besides others notice (hem at once and comment on thum loo, KEEP THE HAIR OK YOUR YOUTH USR HAY'S HAIR HEALTH or ilirtcl ttfinn rrctipt .Ifnil lOc far trial lilies Co., tVwrt, J. For Sale and Recommended by RED CROSS DRUG BOOK C0r Ltd, ;