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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta tttt: LirmBRTnr.t? watt.y ifKRALn TncMlay. yovt'iiihcr r�, 1012 it MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT ^ "The Musical Ivveilt Do laixf" ' Thfe Versatiles In a clever combination of Pierrot Performances and IVIuaical Comedies In the Camp Fire's Glow An Up-to-the-Minute Musical Comedy Preceded by "The Pierrots" rRlOl'.S - - - - 7.V. MW and 2.')C. Seats on Sale at Kenny &. AIIin*s Drug & Book Store Applied Nice Adjectives to Lethbridge (Uy cijiu* Prices Always Show IValmcs last time today The Sensational Parisian Tea lure The Blighted Son" GORGEOUS-AMAZING-SPECTACULAR_ tomokkow axd tdiksda v ANOTHER BIG ATTRACTION *Put Yourself In His Place" A Correct Fllmatlzatlon of Chas. Reade's Famous Novel NO ADVANCE IN PRICES i SPECIAL Tourist Sleepers To MONTREAL QUEBEC ST. JOHN connecting with CPR. ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS PRESSES \ � November-December Sailings WINTER itxcursion Redes VOn Sale daily, Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. Reserve berths now for t; ^ CHRISTMAS SHIPS^ See Local Agent for details or Write J. S. CARTER Genl. Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg PUPILS WHO WON OCTOBER HONORS I STANDING OF SCHOLARS IN 1 WESTIVIINSTER SCHOOLS IN i THE DIFFERENT ROOMS IK Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Liarge new twin screw steamers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday tarrying One Class cabin auii Third-Class passensers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail troin St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accomraodatioQ now and Hecuro the beai. It .cstBts no more. i Apply to any railway, steam-�,'�lilp agent' or H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, a. li f o rn i a. '��xcuriions from Seattle $37 SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 3 1 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKC'LOW HATCB TO OTHER POINTS TK.WUI, BY Sl'A Kii the \>\t OicniiBniin: StcBHiBhips I'RIiHlDKNT orGoVKRNOK. Send for free iUu.stijitt'(i bixjklcl of fiiUfornia-iiotels mid free mnp uf the I'UL-ifii; Const Be sure to rescrvr licrth.s in advance PACIfIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. m. W. kNBIIEWJ, Gin. ttt. fMi. Dipl. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH. THE Queen's Hotel ROYAU VIEW 6 miles ' north of Lethbridge All motlorn conveniences Private dining rooms Meals a la Carte 'ArriiDgemont.i can be made for private dauces Everything First Class _ y 'special Sunday Dinner from &.!iU to 7.au p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 The Otiolier lioiurr roll for ^\�eat� luiiisler pitlilio st-liool follows, with tlie nanus of all impilrj who have obtained -10 per iviit. of the marks lor pju'h siibjecr and 2.- X. llalpenny, teailier. Grade IV. Arthnr Roberts ;i7: Clara Jllllins 90; Martha Kergau S7; Jessie Need-ham Sll; Myrtle Gillies 8U; Xonnau KoxS4: .Mavis Hill s:'.; Kate McGuwan S-l; 'Margaret liilUes S:j; p'rank Staine.s 77; Laura Buchanan 77; Jaiiei ..Mctlveua 77; ilenry ,Hiii-'hanaii 7.'i; Aunes Kobert�oi\ 71; Lilian i.Movris. 7i; Moua Walton (Jd; lleelor Ingram r.O.--C. i^. Tiouholme, t�ac-her. Grade III., Senior Elsie Weslcott. Greltu Wilson, Wni. Coffey, Itosie Knowlden, Bertie Mai:-indoe, Katlilefu Diggory, .fa.s, Thompson, Krtiest WlUett.H, Vlctwia Miller, May Flinn. Waller Cook, Harry Hill, Hobert Kergau, Millie Grist, Uilina l-"liddeu. .Tou SzaUo, Theodore Malm, IJavld Kerr, JOrika Olander, Ciordon Grist, Lena Itadley, Clara llealon, Harvlo Gowln, llny.el .Mar.sliall. .fas. Llvie.-A. Gertrude Jaeksiin, teueber. Grade III., Junior iltith Brown, Le.slln Hill, Daisy Holmes. Artbiii' I'endle, James Jones:, j Willie Patehing-, James Millar, .May ! Horn, Willie >Vesteolt. .Marjorle .Smith 1 Ailluir Bu(diunau. .Xoriiuvii Gelgi.-r, j .\Ury CraigtM). Lily Rains, .Sybil Will-' ianis, IJIsie Sinead, Stanley Ihir-I greaveH, Riil.li Moekford. .lames Hoiil-i ton, Hli-hard lirnwii, Albert Brown, Almlra GlUUUni, WUiulo Slouely. Ada Binning.-Delia M. i'ound, teacher. Grade 11,, Junior .lames Mcl/eod SH; Venia Gray SS; Wloiinor .McDonald Sil; Slierman 'I'nr-.-~Ursula A. Kleil, teacher. the 'Woman About Town" in Winnipeg Town Topics! Diar Topics:-It has boiMi ii'iiile a pleasure to be "abotii" thl.s oliarmliig town during the meeting of the Dry Farming Congress and I lie Congress of Farm Womon. Gf conrse, tile dally papers have Iwen fall of these im-porljint events and I am not going to .say anything about either p[ them. Init 1 do want to say something aboii; l.eilihriilge. It .seemed very anibitioiis of Lethbridge to !;(> down to Colorado Springs last yvar and bid for. tJie ,i;reat con-gre.s.s to cotne to .\lberta. and a good many folk, iiiyseU Included, thought that l.ellibridge had iiiuiertaken more than it conid manag�' with credit lo Itself and the conntry. However, lliv clti/eiis of Leilibrldge rose lo the occasion and it is pretty .safe to i^ay thai HO out of every 100 visitors "ho at tended tbe congress Hill be mighty glad to come back lo Leilibrldge wht^never opiiortniiity offers. The outstanding feature was the I reasonable prlcos charged for both ac-1 commodatioii and meals. There was no advance In the iiriec of anything excepting a "shave." The barbers, it aiipcars. put up the ))rice of that necessary comfort to ITic. Lverything else was reasonable and considering the largo crowds the service in most of the dining rooms, 1 ales, cafeterias and restaurants was very fair. I'riivs of fresh fruits were below those of Winnipeg and prices of iKitb dry goods and groceries were little, if any, higher than in Winnipeg, while millinery and furs were cheaper and (|iiite iis good. It is stated that the holding of the congress bere cost the city of Lethbridge $i.-.,00(>. and ii seems probable. One of the civic improveinents hastened to completion was the fine municipal street railway, which gave an excellent service to the fair ground -three miles from the heart oV Leth-briilge. .\nolht'>r was the beautiful anificlal lake in front of the fair grounds, w here an old slough has been transformed into a tiling of beauty. The concrete walls lo hold the water in and the i)retty motor bridge across the narrowest part of the lake, together with the motor road all around it. must ha^ e cost a peck of money. Then vhe famous si|uare of Leth-bridg'e hus been greatly improved and lieamilied, and all the beds were a mass of bloom and nearly all week the weather was warm enough in the middle of the day for jreople to sit on the benches in the siinare and enjoy the prQspe9t, , ______ ; :,, The fils4ori,; ofHh^squaft Ws toiii | many-scor* times- during" the week, tor it is an unusiiarmark of distinction in a western town. Perhaps all 'J'opic readers do not know it. In the seventies tiiul early eighties the I. G. Hak'Or company, an .American'rival of the Hudson's Bay Company had'a po-st at Lethbridge, though it was liot.called Lethbridge in those days. The goods of the company were freighted across country from Fort Benton, .Montana, and mo.st of the freighting was done with teams of eight mules. It takes a good deal of space to turn a mule leam of that size, and hence the origin of the sciuare, which' occupies two large hlocks. The laud ultimately passed into the bauds of the Gait Coal Company, and was, by the head of that company, presented to tile Pity of Lethbridge to be kept in perpeluily as a beauty spot and a XURES COUGHS &COLDS HAZELTON STATION SITE Otltnva, t.)iil., .N'ov. �),-The order of the Knllway Board r� South llazeliou lownslte Is made public, this morning. It is brief mid to the ptdnt, no reasons being given. If is signed by Assistant Chairman Scott, and reads: "It Is ordered that the location of the applicants' station (Ci.T.P.), at South llav.ifeUon, on Lot 10, Cussady Bti'e�t, In Province of Brillah Colum-bla, lis shown on tho plans and profiles filed with the Board, are accepted, and the same uro liereby iippiov �ea.". Mi{S.GREATON'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE During Change of Life-How Lydta E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Made Her a Well Woman. Natick, Mass.- "I cannot express what I went through (luring the change of life before I tried Lydia E. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound. 1 was in such a nervous condition 1 could not keepBtill. My limbs w�re cold, I had creepy genia-lions, and I could not Bleep nighta. I was linally told by two physicians thati also bad n tumor. I read one day of the wonderful cures made by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it, and it has made me a well woman. My neighbors and friends declare it has worked a miracle for me. Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth its weight in gold for women during this perodof life. If it will help others you may publish my letter."-Mrs. Marion Sweet Grk\-ton, No. 1 Jefferson St., Natick, Muss. Change of I/ife is one of the most critical periods of a woman's existence-Women everywhere should remtimber that there is no other remedy known to so successfully carry women through this trying period a.i l>ydlaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you waut sitocial adTio* write lo r- is literally spellbinding, and Is one of the most enthralling narratives ever unfolded by The Quickeat, Simpleat Cough Curt ICaslljr and liuiiie. Cheaply Made at Saves You NOMINATION BLANK 5000 Votes The Lethbridge Herald Prize Distribution Campaign ... m: > i 1 desire t();nialvo the following nomination: NaiiKv. ... . : . i.-........'......... ........ .Ki+sitlence .....................  �� Noiniiiated by..................  A 11 ii u (if.iJt.>.> *.............,,�...�... NOTE-This nomination is good for 5000 free votes. Only one nomination will be accepted for each candidate. Names of persons making nominations will not be divulged. Tills roclpc makes 10 ounces of cough | wyruii-enouuli to lust a family a lomr time, Yuu coulju't buy as much or as KooU cuuKb syrup for $2.G0, SInipIo as It Is, It gives almost Instant relief .iml usually stops tho most obstl. lierlin, Nov. 4.-Cases of what is technically designated as "Tranaves-tlm"-wearing the clothes of opposite sex, are so fretiueiit in Berlin that they seldom attract, particular, atten-1 lion but the latest htis aroused much Intc-resi. ; A policeman oS years old hajipily married and tbo father of a sixteen-year-old daughter, has developed into it full Hedged "woman detective." He! says that from his childhood hb hasj had an nncontroUablo dcsiro to wear feinlnllio dress. Notwithstanding this be enloved the army while he was '-'0 and rose lo the rank of s-ergeant, retired from active service after nine years aud obtained a position on thenale couiili lu 21 hours. Tlil.^\,�l'�-p�a- e^Z^%^'''^r � '" � ----- three hours. i'lne lb one oC the olUcHt and best, known reinoUlul agents for tlio tbrual mcmbrfinos. Plnex Is the most valuable .ooiicenlrated compound uf Nonvay white pine extract, and Is rich in eululuol ami all till' other natuinl Ucalliii; elemunts. Other preparations w!ll not work m this formula. Tbo prompt results from thU roclpe have ciuleured It to Ihousauiln of boune-wlves In tlic United States and Canada, which explains why the plan has been Im- llie streets In Iho'section of tho town where the outrages had taken place. AHliough the i-lpper iiover was caught, the poUcomuii deddotl to wear dresses permaii-enlly. Or. .Mag-ims illrsclilleld and other authorities! on '"I'rausvestlm" were consulted apd the niicessnry cortUlcates made oul, the saiKtlon of the Berlin police was.............,......._......... ,..,......, ,,,, . obMtlnetl, the poUco.,�� resig.ied^frpin ''�,'�'^,^;f;,*''|,'^^'f ".S^trmuffiian the foi've yuil la now In '" '---------.............."- - � - - the medium of motion pictures. The plot Is daring In the extreme, aud is In the course of Us unfolding, the onlooker Is treated to a succession of rapid lire dramatic sltuationB, gorgeous costuming smd beautiful scenic Investiture. The action Is laid In Paris iind Algiers and th-e production Is Ilrst class In every respect. For Wednesday aud Thursday the great two reel feature, "Put Yourself lu IIIB Place" will be the main attraction. This Is adapted from the story in Charles Keade's famous novo! of tho .same name, aud will prove to be a most accejitable offering at Starland for the mid-week.    A Cold Wave Is Coming A lemperaluro ot thirty degrees he-low zero Is pretty cold weather, but i oven colder than that is promiaod in this city soon. lAlore than ten tlmos thirty below will be the temperature In the tank that contains liquid iiir, which Prof. Patty avIU use for experiments next Thursday night at the Knox Chtii'cJl. Lquld air is one of he most paradoxical substances known- a liquid looking anil flowing like water, but absolutely dry; :'.12 degrees below zero, yet produced heat HFiOO above zero, In almost the same space and at the same period of time. It bolls on ice, steol mells In It; alcohol solldlfieB In It; tin. Iron and rubber are made brittle, and tiulcksllver Is made as hard as steel, These, and many other.exporlnrouts will be performed. Mr. Patty brings specimen's of the new mineral, Kadhim, also a wireless telegraph appiiratiis, iind will give a demonstration of Ibesa.three wonderful subjects. It" Is very seldom that an attraction comes endorsed half so emphatically as U this novel and instructive trio of wonders. A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Kdward Kennedy, of Meridian, Conn., '10 years old, was nd-vi-sed by her physician to try Dr. MartoU's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful results. Thousands ot others would say the same. '20 years the standard, at yoiii' druggist. or ed to have murdered the trapper .Vlor-in several weeks ago near Notre Damo du Sangs, Porlnou county. HOME SECRETARY HOWLED DOWN London, Nov. L-Tho Homo Secretary, lieglnald McJvenua, .was prevoiii-eil from making a speech tonight In llolhorn Town Mall, because ot the uproar created by tho suffragettes. SUSPECTED MURDERERS ARRESTED Quebec, Nov. l.-On Saturday even- the'employ' money promptly refunded, boc.i with thU : Ing last the Provincial Police affect- . - ... . ni' .1 leriflhi' iii-lvnto (intni.tlvo liiireHill dni(SHlHt linss Pl^o,^;. or will ol ,1 loticiitivr piivate detective, buieau^g^ , f^,, ,f j^,,^ ^^^^^^ la lierlin^ > .1 fc'o.. Toionto, Out,. ......, Ied the capture of Xuvler and Paul Sauvaga, the two meu who are alleg- IHE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH "Rich, |loi>y, luxuriaat facinatinc hair oi youth. why ahould you not keep it lo-continue Co have it-plenty of toft youthful-lookin4 bair, to dreii in Ihc many tlylci moat becoming to yon-that keep you looking young, atiraciive-lbai please you and your admirem too. Don't let the grey hairs in-they'll make you look old-lone your charm and fresh-aess. Betides others notice them at once and comment on them too, KEEP THE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH )ti l.( )t >K II I' '.V n 1/09 and SOc at Drug Slaret tr illrrti HfitH rtflM ^rictand dralrr-, nam,. Send Itc ftt Irial tmk.-l'kilt Hay Stieciallies Co,, Nimart, N, J. For Sale and Recommended by RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO, Ltd. ;