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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta sdiiy. IVovcniiKT G, 1912. THE LETITBRlfiGE DAILY MAJESTIC THEATRE t THE BEST MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON TO-NIGH' Miss Alice Nielsen American Primsi Donna, by the following distinguished aitftlsts. MLLE. JESKA SWARTZ Contralto from the Boston Opera Company LUIGI TAVECCHIA Basso Buffo, from Boston Opera Company ALFREDO RAM.ELLA Faipoui.y Lyric f enor CESARE ICLANDE8TINI Musical Director from Boston Opif.ra HOUH JOSE MARDONE3 Grand RODOLFO FORNARI World Famous Baritone THE PROGRAM WILL CONSIST OF OPERATIC GEMS AND A FIFTY-MINUTE ARRANGEMENT OF "THE BARKER OF SEVILLE" PRICES, 75c and 50 Seats now on sale at Kenny Allln'o Drug and (look Store SECURE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY The TO-NIGHT Miss Verna Felton and The Allen Players present "A CONTENTED lYOMAN" HOYT'S FAMOUS COMEtlY A COMPANY OF 20 PEOPLE CARt.OAD OF SCENERY; A RARE HUNGARIAN sftRING QUARTETTE "Music from the Gods" MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conductod by FIDELIO) PRICES: 75c, 50c, 25c. Theatre Box1 Office Open 10 a.m. CURTAIN at S'.IIO SltjUtP Key to Herald Subscription Contest NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge Herifcld Prize Distribution Campaign 5000 Votes I desire to make tlie following nomination .Name Nominated by nomination is good for 5000 free votes. Only one nomination will be accepted for each candidate. Names of persona making nominations will not be dimlgctf. MRS. VANSITTART DEAD Forest, Nov. occurred here Sunday, at the age of 91 years, of Jlrs. Isabella Vacslttarl, oC tho late Admiral Vansltlnrt, R.X., a British naval officer, of dis- tinction, who died in 1844 stock, where he lived for ten years, and was largely instrumental the founding and building of the town. At-ttM! time of his death he owned two tyrge private estates, Eastwood, in Woodstock, and -Bexley, In the of Victoria, Vansittart aven- Woodstock, one of the in Canada, is named after him in thie Industrial City. "The Third Degree" at the Morris Another triumph for the Allen play- ers, and for that versatile little lady: Miss Verna Felton, who has captured and held all hearts in Lethbridge since she made her initial appearance here.; As Annie Jeffries, she bad the opportunity of displaying all tbose qual Ules which are wont to bo idalized in women, and right well did she display them, enlisting: the sympathy and the applause of an admiring audience. "The Third Degree" is an interest- ug human play, with emotional touch- es which tug at one's heart-strings, and the capable players forming the company fully maintained the iriter- aiid made it a real live event. It is iiot necessary to individualize, wtere aH performed with credit. This verdict was shown in the plaudits of the house. As entertainers at popular prices, the Allen players wili take a. gooi deal of beating. Fine Features at Starland The snccial two-reel film version o Chas. ReatJe's famous novel Yourself iii His has been post poned until Friday and Saturday, ow ing to its enormous success in Cal gary. Book-lovers will doubtless appreciate this living reproduction o of the most popular riovel's ever written, for it will be a distinct- uov elty to watch the characters in. the still 'life of this famous work step out almost living, breathing life through the medium of motion, pic Lures. "Put Yourself in His, Place1 should prove to be a very acceptable end offering at Starland. The next great feature to be shown at Starland, after the above, will be he official motion pictures- of live vorld's championship baseba.ll series, 1912. These are said to be .excellent, nd are those for which the firm of Freres paid an enormous sum or the motion picture privileges of he series. "Put Yourself In His Place" Adapted from Chat, Reide'i novel ThU Special Two-rod hat postponed until Friday and Saturday, owing to iU enormoui in Calgary COMING-World's Championship Baseball Series __________Next Wednesday and Thursday CHIEF ACCEPTS YEARLY CONTRACT HAS ALSO PROMISE OF PROVI- SION FOR COMMISSION IN NEW CHARTER The Monarch Today the management the iMou- rch 'will present three beautiful sub- ects by the well known 'hous-as of Fhanhotiser, Rex, and Eii'air: "Her Darkest "The Greater Christ- and "Three Men and a Girl." Last night a delighted udienee witnessed the Yhanhouger roduction, "The Mercbrmt Ven- and a programme -equal in ex- ellence is guaranteed tctniglit. Chief Davis has reconsidered his re- slgnation, read at yesterday's meeting of the City Council, and will continue In his office. This decision was arrived at taut night, when the Council met as u Po- lice committee. It was then decided to give him a contract for a year, and on the representation of the coun- cil that the new city charter would provide for a police commission, which will likely y the passing of an amendment to Jylaw No. 2, at the yesterday. This bylaw deals with the engagement >f a chief of and until yester- ay provided for his engagement from month to month. The latter words vt're struck cut, and made to read "by 50 that it is now possible for he pass a bylaw hiring Chief Davis in the same manner as the city ngiiieer is engag-ed, and making his contract good for a year! Seen by the Herald this morning, Chief Davis stated that he was per- fectly satisfied with the solution of the difficulty, and believes that he (has every protection necessary to carry on bis work fearlessly. The matter of police uniforms was also taken up at the committee meet- ing. The chief submitted a statement of tlie cost of the uniforms for one year, together with new helmets. The total cost will .be about. This matter was left entirely in the hands of the chief, and U local can give prices anywhere nearas good as those obtained from outside firms, they will awarded the contract. Mayor Hatch stated that be believ- ed the police troubles 'were over for a while at least, and the force will now he organized in detail, and brought up to .a high standard of efficiency. RAYMOND MAN GREAT ORATOR TAKING LAND FROM THE POLES GERMANY'S OPPRESSIVE POLICY TOWARD A CONQUERED THE LAND BROTHER OF LETHBRIDGE MAN 16 BRILLIANT SPEAKER- STUMPED FOR WILSON Raymond, Nov. Salt Lake Tribune in its issuo ol Oct. 27th, Poscn, Prussian Poland, Nov. gives considerable prominence to the Prussia has suddenly put into .force part a Raymond young man, Wilson. W. McCarty, has been taking in the presidential election in of Chas, McCarty, of Raymond, and a brother of C. M. McCatly, ot tbe jMcparty Co., of Lcthbririgc, left Raymond last full to complete his studies in the law school in connec- articlc referred to headed with large f .I force if necessary. It is'said thai mes and containing a cut o the government counts on Raymond young man, as follows: mc tQ "Among the most distinguished it to the blll wlthout campaign speakers-for Wpodrow Wil- exciting the world's notice ings of Pnlisli capitalists, ami Iwd owners were held and passed to all capital fiom 06011.111 enterpriiCb and help evrty Polish undertaking Hibinarck ed the committee the cvpioprliilion bill 2b ago. WIscn marks were in the Piussian diet for the iaid ho hoped that erj cent would he spent bv the fmolous Poles -it Monte Carlo Hut the fmoloui, Poles stuck to tlelr land through thick, and thin, guiui; it up onlj when Ptuif iian gcnilarmcs turned them out at tin, bavonet's point Meanwhile another matlxs spent in an cilort to Germanize .tlie', I'oki in Piuiiia Hut the percent-j age of land in Polish hands has'.re'r' mamed about the same Poles buy tr land fiom Getman coionists whenever tlicj can and make a point of never orders to immediately hand over their selling ifc of their own free.will, land to the German colonisation cum-j The Geiman picis urges the govern- mittee which will piucel it out to'ment to thousand structions to turn the owners out by the Polish expropriation hill, passed four and a half vears which aroused indignation in America as York as Europe. The Polish owners state. Mr. McCarly; who is a son -of the four estates of Zlotniki, Kol- bramb, Dobska, and Lipienki, amount- ing to over '1UOO acres have received son in New York state is Wilson _ The Poles have met the1 blow with C'ariy is a student ai, Columbia Uni- versity, ami was engaged for the slump by tlic democratic speaker's bureau through oratorical brilliance displayed n, W debates. He is ouo of. age and the son ol Chas. to tlicm as oppression has been lightened somewhat lor tlic. last McCarty. He horn at American TWO CONSERVATIVES NAMED Bracebridge, Nov. the nomin- ation meeting today for bye-election .o fill the legislative vacancy caused by the appointment of A. A. M'ahaffy to the position of District Judge foi "UuskoKa, William Lowe, inspector o! government roads of the townshii of Ryde and S, H. Armstrong, o 3 ra eel) ridge, both Conservatives, were ominated, Armstrong is running in practically opposite to the straight irty candidate. Fork, where lie attended the public'. school, but'as a boy moved with his! lather to the province of Alberta, j Canada, where the elder McCartr' has farm. Later he returned to Utah and attended the L. D'. S. University, but went back to Canada a little while later. Then he went to Toron- to and attended Qsgoode Hall and Was graduated. He earned! his way through college by working in a law office. Alter his graduation young JlcCarty married Miss Minerva Woolluy of Salt Lake. He decided he would rather complete liis education in the United States. Hut-he was without funds. Nevertheless determined to secure further training and support himself and.wife at the same time. He ar- rived in New York a stranger, but, with undoubtable courage and ambi- tion. For some time he had been' employed as time-keeper by a subway contracting firm, notwithstanding! Ins employment and application io; his duties his talent for debate raid1 oratory continued to develop until he attracted the attention ol tlic demo- cratic campaign managers. He is re- garded as one of the Foremost demo- cratic campaign orators in the state of New York." As soon as the news spread mcelr SHOT HIS BROTHER Mouueal, Alartmto, who V.AB ai rested by detecth es on the G T R train at St Henri on Sunday night, charged with having that and his brothei of "was taken back to Fort William todaj where he will face his brother, wbo is leported as 'being in a critical condition. The accused was identified today bv tVo men -nhp had recently been empIojccU with the accused on C. P R construc- tion work. MORE COLONEIS THAN KENTUCKY COMMITTEES TO HAlTDLE TROOP TRANSPORTS AKto LOOK AFTER CADET CORPS ALBERTA'S PRIDE .'EJEER IS A WHOLE -SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH- SUN AMD AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREJE OF PURITY THE LETHBRiDGE 'BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE'tSS4 Ottawa, iVov. addition to: the militia railway (lOmiiniUee re-i cently announced still another com-! mittee which includes a number of the ckrgy has been ir.imed to assist! the demand in with the department ol' the movement. All the niL'inbcrs ot this committee! live limi Riven title of lieuten-1 ant" colonel, as Folion s Hon. Lieut. C'ol. .linnves L. Hughes, Jcut. .Col. II. Jlactny, Hon. Lieut. Col. Dauth, Lieut. 'Col. J. A. M. j Aikins, Hon. Lieut, Col. Mon. Lieut. Col. tlic Rev. Hubert Johnson, Hon. Llrjut. CoL Rev. Na-; tlianiel lliinvash ami Hon. Major the Rev. E. II. Capp. The members of the railway com- mittee are: Hon. Thomas R. Slrauglmessy, Col. Sit William Mackenzie, Hon. Col. Sir Donald Mann, Hon. Ffank Cochrane, Hon. Col. D. McJacplI, Hon.' Col. E. ChairibMfajn, Oil. W. Waio- arid-Col. M. Pellatt. VIRAGO AT XARQE f No o, n protest t-lio n .jc'.ior. ol Lho lennito Vr.'sgi; ninoiufi HOIK' to the Menu; hill in Ilic Ilol CoiillHOJH, j nfphi sniaslied :i iininiwr ol' (iv'i wout of J.oiulon. Dealers. You HOME RULE IS TAMEDEBATE WAR NEWS OVERSHADOWS IT AND UNIONISTS ARE OPPOS- ING WEAKLY P. O. BOBLIN, CM. THE Queen's Hotel ROYAL VIEW 6 miles north of Lethbrldse All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Mentis a la Carte Arrauseracntfi can bo for private dances Everytbiig first Claps Special Sunday Dinner irttm S.30 io 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 London, Nov. Eclipse of King 'was the subject of a cartoon ill one of the morning papers n few days ago. It showed the feat- ures of the Ulster loader becoming ob- scured by the sudden anpeanmee of! King Nicholas of Montenegro. The! .rtoon consequently hits off the pol-j itical situation. When the newspa-; pars are displaying headings: "Des-j Derate fighting before o-rj "Turks mown down by the the parliamentary debates on the Home Rule bill seem ttime, indeed. t is doubtful whether, in any circum- stances, they would have aroused a very keen interest, for the opposition ms been putting up a remarkably poor ffght against the government scheme. Tlicy seem almost to have recognized the fact that, nowadays Lbe English people have no serious ob- jections to Irish Home Rule, and are incapable of being worked up to any enthusiastic agitation. Many liberals would feel more com- fortable Just now, If they bail a for- eign minister they could trust. air Inward Grey's bungling over the Per- sian affair stamps him in their judg- ment as quite incompetent to deal wisely with so serious an internation- al, crisis, as is likely to arise within a low weeks. No one who remembers the history, of Engljsjl politics d.iiriqg the Disraeli wlir to bi ramjnded that Iho pympathjep of tlie Liberal party as d whole must bo warmly with tbe Bolk'ari Lib- erals will heartily endorse.tbo f Irani words of Mr. Lloyd George, wlien he expressed I he hope Mint, "whatever may bo the issue of thv; foiillict bniwccn the Mtr boundary of frofdom nnd gccd govern-j iifliit fflll be To The Electors of the City of Lethbridge LADIES A1STI) UBNTLEMEN: At the request of ;i number of ratepayers, I liavo docided lo my name to stand Tot iiuiiiijiation for Alderman. respectfully -solicit ihc supjiort and influence oi tho niiepnyui-s in tlu- I'oilli- coming elections. I f yoii see Jit to cloct mo J will use in (lie intoiesls of this fit} Yours respectfully, ARTHUR HAYR Prince Rupert The termlmil of Ille railway with the best roadbed the cnc-icEt grades scrssa the continent. Port of the shortest route iicross tho Pacillc. Transfer point of rtll Alaska and Yukon trade. Headquarters of the world's greatest fisheries. Five mammoth cold storage plants. salmon canneries in the district. Millions being spent in projecting now fish packing plants. Whal- ing stations and oil plants dry dock under construction. Dominion quarantine station with detention buildings and hospital. of graded miles. Ten railed of plnat roads. Three miles of sewers. watc-'vorks Hydro-electric power being developed. 100.000 li. n. available. Civic lighting and telephone plants. Wholesale cenlre. Population 6000. Tributary Hazelton with the greatest, silver mines in the west. Grauby Bay, where oae company alone is spending on developing copper claims. TU'elr pny roll is per day. Ground Hog anthracite greatest coal fllnd slnco Pennsylvania: Several new placer gold districts. Quaen' Charlotte Islands with a wealth ot coal, min- eral and timber. Hig saw and pulp mills. DO NOT OVERLOOK PRINCE RUPERT ;