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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Friday, November 81 h, 1912 if" TTTF DAILY Extra Light Weight Repeating ftifte Shortm Short, .It Lang j wiiiiti iur rarfTRp SSYtandarcf' to made "P W'" Look into it. Catalogue sent freeTn' Have You Ever Investigated Fit-Reform? Ever tried on a Fit-Reform Suit or Overcoat Ever examined the quality of the fabrics and trimmings Ever noted Fit- Reform values If you have, it is almost certain that you now wear Fit-; Reform Clothing. If you have not, you are missing some- thing. Gome in now and investigate Fit- Reform. McKELVIE McGUIRE. laqueur Satisfies the Mofjt Fastidious! J.M.DOUGLASS CO. Canadian Ag-crnts, Montreal FUEL SHORTAGE AROUND MACRATH THE LOCAL CADET MAN'S TO HOMESTEADS MUSIC ANDDRAMA ty FIDCLIO1 Slagrath, Nov. nelson, superintendent of tho school cadets In 'all of the schools south of Cal- gary, was a visitor in (Magrath yes- terday Inspecting the local corps. The Major was more than pleased with the Magrath company anil their trim, orderly appearance, and so well credit for tho splendid corps of ca- promised the captains and Principal Wooir a largo new consignment of equipment. Tho Magrath corp consists of about 55 hoys ranging from 10 to 18 years of age. The Instructors hope to In- croaso tills number to 65 or 70, and they moat probably will as a large number of students, will shortly en- roll for the winter months. The credit for tho splendid corp of ca- dets at Magrath is largely due to Mr. Beazeley and Mr. Scott, both of the active teaching staff. They are two young, e-aergetle fellows, devot ed to the work, and full of determlna tion. They wish to see the compan ies entrusted to them will make a favorable impression at the encamp- ment at Calgary June. Both have had considerable military train- Ing, and are well qualified to eon- duct this essential and imperative department of the school curriculum. Will Build Manse The Presbyterians of Magrath have plans under way to build their pastor, as best for men and boys. Carefully tailored finished in every detail and made li om soft elastfc-ribfacd unshrinkable fabric will-; best lily trimtnmRS. Tifjer Brand gnnncn'g arc ipely niid comfortable Brand Dealer in I Manufactured fay o GALT KlflTTlR Cr CO. Ltd Gait, Ont... Organized Kipp Miners eSl lo the city yesterday, and held a me eting at Kipp, where the miners J. 0. Jones, vice-president ot theU. Mini being organized into a strong lo- of A., IS, return-1 cal. Are Yafsr Kidneys Righ How Do Ycu Know? About two-thirds of human ailments come from impaired action of the kidneys. Rhcu- matism, bladder: complaints and many a dis- tress.'ul and dan g-erous condition .are the result of the kidneys failis.g to filter poisonous acids nnd I waste matter from ths blood. Every human being gets du o: warning of imporfect kidney -5U. It may come in the fonjt of dull ir violent headnches. It may be givon by aching at thij' small of the back or by niter- i action. mittent pains in the joints. The 12 arc many symptoms but oaly ono way to heed the warning. your kidneys without delay. Probably tho best known s-zcciflc is sweet nitre. In days gone by, elderly people to ta [.o sweet nitre in liquid form as a means of toning and stimulating I (he kidneys. To-day DR. CLAUK'S SWJJET NITRE PILLS n.r? They are far more cflef purer and cheaper than the old way. A few taken early in lUic attack, put you right. One tii-an occasionally thcrc.iffcr, wil'l keep you right and .prevent the trouble ever getlingafoothold in njtir system. Isn't it worth while? Sold everywhere at fifty ccr. ti; a box, or mailed direct by jo THE MflBTSK, SiM WV11KE the Rev. T. Smith, a manse ou the vacant lot adjoining the church. Tenders have been called for, and a neat, spacious cottage will be con- s true ted. The location is admirable, and- the manse will be a pleasing adornment to the church corner. Act- ual work will not be delayed after the selection of the tender. .Short Local Hems Threshing is going on first rate in the JIagrath district, about bushels of wheat .being rim through every day. The grain this year has been of an exceedingly fine quality and the farmers are getting a good price for it. There Is a serious fuel shortage In this district just at present, only a very small quantity, of coal having been ship-peti in for''several, weeks. J. L. Fhilayson, one of the.two. coal lias built a large shed for Ms coal in preparation for a coal rush this fall, 'but he assorts that it is next to Impossible to get his orders filled. .Sir. Fin Jay-son handles the Gait coal and when he can not got coal it is hardly .probable to suppose that cars will 'be given to other con- cerns to ship in their product. John Bridge, the other coal man, tells the same story. He deals with tho Leth- bridge Collieries company, and la in- formed that they are Hooded 'with orders from all over the west, and that they therefore cannot take any more on their books. Mr. Bridge has a car on he has little hopes of it being filled until after the har- vest rush. The threshing outfits re- port a marked shortage also, and if the situation Is not relieved soon there will be some suffering through out the Magrath and Spring; Coulee district, The Women's Institute held a mosi successful social in the Electric The at re this week, and a substantial sum of money was raised to assist In de- fraying the expense attached to the association's display at the exposi- tion of the Dry Farming Congress. Refreshments were sold and the guests generously patronized the ladies. Dancing was indulged in un- til late hour and everyone had a thoroughly jolly time. The ladies mainly responsible for the neat ex- hibit at the Congress, Mrs. J. A. Kaa- mussen and her associates, many congratulations on the artistic and distinctive nature of the display. Excitement ran high last Tuesday evening when the.results of the U. S. elections were coming in. The bulle- tins were thrown on the screen of the Electric Theatre, and an Immense throng gathered to gain what intelli- gence as was received. C. P. K. Op- erator Monroe was worked heavily for about eight hours lo get. the press despatches In order for presentation. Tito stork has been busy during the past, week, and no Jess than six new babies have arrived at various Magrath homes. This is on0 crop in Mngrath that never fails, and thus the town is growing apace. An excellent program was render- ed at the regular monthly conjoint session of the M. 1. A. last Sunday evening. The meeting was largely attended and many valuable things were said. Many homesteaders pass through town every day bound for their ete'adB south of town. All are eager lo get on their land, and one is fav- orably impressed with' the strongly- built, clean-cut type of men who are nettling on the land; They arc all doing their shopping In Mngrath, and the merchants report an increase in business as a connoiimuice, The trade of the .homestead country will soon prove an Important factor in tlie local trade. At tht Morris This theatre was again crowded to the doors last night to witness the Allen Players in their production of ".N'eil Gwynne." With .Miss Vcrna Feltou again essaying the title role, she once more captivated the whole house. While she lierself was de- Hgtitfully charming and emotional, yet it must be admitted that the rest of .the cast, with tho exception of Mr. Geo. ZUZHO, as Lord Jeffries, played very listless. Mr. .fames M. cliell, as Charles II., king of En land, was far from b iug too tame for the position of king. Although the, audience were gene ous in their applause, yet the fact r inains, that last night's show wi weak and uninteresting from a spe tator's point of ;vlew. The scener anil dresses were good, as was th Royal Hungarian .String Quartett With the company turning again t night-to a more recent play and ea ter staged, patro'n's can Ipok forwai to seeloig the whole, .of the compau in characters to. themselve With Miss Feltqn in the lead, "Th Great Divide" will be witnessed by crowded house, as advance sal of seats is good. "Put Yourself in His Place" at Stariind The feature attraction at Starlan. tonight will be the incomparable pro duetion in two reels of Chas: Reode'i famous novel, "Put .Yourself in Hii. place." The only correct, definition of a feature fllih must lay in the stress oh superior quality. Two three, or even four reels of ordinary pictures do hot make a even though these reels may all deal with the -same subject. In other words, while the length of the film is essential, quality is even more essential. The feature film must deal with a suitable subject, there must be something striking and ex- traordinary about the theme. It need not be historic or- classic in character but it must impress the average mind as being a "different sort of picture." Such qualities as these are found in the feature production of "Put Your- self in His 'which fully lives up to ,all these characteristics. OH Monday and Tuesday next, the offering wiHV be the recent British army manoeuvres, whilst on the following Wednesday and Thurs- day, the motion pictures of the World's -Championship Baseball Series will be shown. "The VersatNes." "The Versailles" again held the Boards last, night at the Majestic, and although the- audience 'was small, it heartily appreciated tho various musical numbers rendered. Without doubt, the company are the best pop- ular-priced attraction ever seen in Lethbrldge. Special mention must be made 6C the rendition of the "Mis- erere" duet from "II the two members of: the company present- TO-DAY TO-MORROW "Put Yourself in His Place" THE FEATURE YOU HAVE WAITED FOR MONDAY NEXT England Prepar- ing For War See the Britlih Army Manoe- uvres WEDNESDAY NEXT World's Cham- pionship Baseball Series, 1912 Excellent Motion Picture: of the Great Series MAJESTIC THEATRE-TO-NIGHT P. Old Country Pierrots The Versatile! IN AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME Endorud by all who have leen them at the belt combination Mutlcat Talent ever seen jn Lethbridgc at Popular Prlcef MUCKS 50c and 25c. SPEOJAL SATURDAY MATINEE IQc Adults 25c. Seatt on Saje at Kenny 'Allin't Dru8 t Book Store II STMUWD Demonstration I McLaren's Imperial Products. JELLY. POWDER IMPERIAL CHEESS PEANliT BUTTET! PIMENTO CHEESE In charge of Miss Wallace THE BENTLEY CO. The Morris Theatre TO-NIGHT Miss Verha .Felton and The Allen Players present "The Great Divide" ;____ Margaret 'Aniilln'a Great Sueeett______________ A RARE HUNGARIAN STRING QUARTETTE "Music from the Godt" PRICES: 75c, 50c, S5c. Theatre Box Office Open 10 a.m. "OUHTAIN at 8.30 SHABP Matinee Saturday at 2 THIRD DEGREE .-Siata. Now on Sale, ZSc and 50c. ng this number being loudly encored or their effort. It Is particularly iscouraging to the company and the heatre management-to find that such mail patronage., is given such a tai- nted company. Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Representing Can. Pac. Railway Royal Mall Steamers. Canadian Northern Railway Royal Mail Steamers. Allan Lino Royal Mail Steam- ers. White Star, Montreal, QueDeo Boston, and New York Service. Cunard Line, N'ew York, and Canadian Service. Donaldson Line, to and from Glasgow. Red Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Line. Hamburg America, Holland American. Russian American Scandinavian American And all other trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. Reduced rail fares in connec- tion Information as to arrival and departures of boats of the -X'nrlmis lines cheerfully given. Call or write. S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Lcthbrldgo (lull'Is niovbn 10 repeal local r.p- lion. Christmas Trees Order now for delivery when required. Well grown Fir trees, 18 inches to n font hlsli, per foot, Cai-li with order. Local Vefnreiicc piven on re- ceipt of stamped addressed pos- tal card. GLENL1LY VALLEY NURSERIES P.O. Box 163 Cranbrook, B. C. PRAYING 'i pn j. OF ALL K1ND3. VVesJern Transfer Co.. Ltd. Fr.'.jht 462 1'ITY A.M) DISTRICT Will Visit "Hillcrest Tile Bishop of Calgary will visit illcrest oa Sunday next ami will reach at the English church in ti'.c ternoon. The AiiRliean services re- ntly started in Hillcrcst have at- racleil large congregations and hid ir to surpass all other clcnomina- ons. The services next Suniiay will niiiicnce afc 3 p.m. sharp and intend- g .visitors are advised to be on nd early as the accommodation is expected to he very inadequate for the number of worshippers expscted to attend. angue's a waggin' for WHITE HORSE Whisl Mr. Kaake a Candidate iU. K. Kaake announced to the Her- ald today that he will be a candi- date for School Board Trustee at the elections next month. Kaake Is interested in educational it was only after careful considera- tion that he decided to offer himself as a candidate. Steamihjp Arrivals' S. B. Mitchell, local, agent, i re- ceived 'word today that the White Star, line-r, Canada, was one hundred miles east Belle Me, and "would reach Quebec Sunday, and Jibntfeal 'Monday. Western passengers will arrive In Lethbridgo next Friday 'jit. 3.50 a.m. The Allan liner CIclIian arrived at Montreal today, and westj ern passengers should reach Lotli- tridge-at S.50 on Wednesday; Fur Lined Overcoats We're showing some very choice new garments in FUR LINED OVERCOA TS-the coat of coats for win- ter luxury and comfort. Distinctively tailored and beautifully finished garments that in every line and curve display the skill and talent of highly trained craftsmen tOur assortment is complete, embracing a large var- iety of the various furs and combinations Attention is directed to the superior finish of our garments, to the shaping of the shells and to the hand tailoring. No detail that makes for overcoat elegance good service Has been overlooked Fur Lined Overcoats at S125.00 Fui- TO S150.00 Chamois Lined Coats, Fur Trjnmied, Cloth Overcoats, from cp New Fall Suits............ TO THE "2 MY' McKelvie McGuire ;