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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November S, THE LETHBRIDnE DAILY-HERALD i MONDAY Afternoon 2-5 Evening 7-11 Keystone Comedy As an Extra to an All-Feature Program MONDAY Afternoon 2-5 Evening 7-11 What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows THE PRINCESS CHIC" Starland on Monday As a special extra attraction to the magnificent two-reel leaturq 'The- to be seen at Stitrlaud on Monday, tlie nanayement bas secured one of tae Keystona feature comedies, uhtch are so popular with photo fans the world over. This great comedy, tsititlcJ "Fatty's Day Is without exception the fuuniest of all Key. Etoue comedies. In connection with this Him It will Interest ['alrons of the playhouse to learn that Mabel N'ormanil, the "Keystone' girl, takes the leading role. That is guarantee- of the excellence pf the picture. i Happaned to Tonlgtii at 111: Majestic 'What Happened lo Jlnry." is wlia' O'jshl lo happen to evcrj-.slrl willi a e'.oan inlad, an bonest heart and a sr.nnvd InlelliBencc-. The play. Is iy O-.vcn ami was suggested hy Ihe short stories which, are uppear-j Inr terially In "The ladles World." Since Uie introduction of Jtie "Mary" tlcrlea, the circulation of.thlu period, leal bns Increased over twelve hun- thousand. .Tbelr popularity was recognized by the mpfing pic- prcducers, and so "successful the "Mary" pictures that less than a month the leading theatrical producers were hidding for, the-dra1 I'latEc Mr. Lee 'Morrison se- thesa rights after a-livcly cqm- r.ciltloli. fn six weeks the stase ver- Bioii of "SVhat. Happened 'to Jfary'- given the public at the Fulton Theatre. New York City, last season, AVhero" it scored a tremendous liit. As a play, "What Happened to Is classed with "The 01J "Way Down East" Ac- res." These plays ;are hy everyone remembered, .as during their reglmo- thcy Commanded more respect from theatregoer than perhaps any other'form of" plays that have been produced In the; past fifty years. Happened to Mary" is tweet pastoral comedy in which the charms of natural 'simplicity Is In- tertwined with the duplicity of city ]ife. The play abounds in natural Fixations and is told with a'direct- ncss that slraight to the heart "What Happened to Mary'1 Is being presented on'tour with an excellent cast of players including Anne BnuV NOTED VAUDEVILLE STUNTS TO BE PUT ON AT THE SHERMAN Commencing Monday, tfce much de- sired and long waited for vaudeville will open at this house a lhat Is excellent lu every respect. A Cilice at the' advertisement apptsr Ing 1u today's Issue will convince or. cryone of the bigli standard of enter- tainment the management are offer- ing at popular'prices. The acts arc exceptionally .-p-ell fcalaaced, and all pasthiasters in the art ol entertain menL It be difficult to s'ngh anyone out for special mention, UB si are top-notcbers In their own particu presentment. H is to be hopfia that nearty support vrill be xiven Ibs uianagement In new enterprise, they guaranteeing always a plcEsIng show.' Matinees will be given rtnlly at 2.30 p.m., price 15 Kvenlng, two dlstiaet performances, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.; children, 25 cents, adultc, 35 cents Asthma CmtarrH WftMflMC CWQB STJUJIOCIC UOCi CPUS m UDB K 1 muni BRIGHT WITH FINE OF THE TEMPLE CITY Cardstcn, Nov. 1. The Woman's Institute of Cirdstoa met on Tuesday afternoon in thtir rooms In Ma- Bonic hall and can-fed out an Inter- esting and Jnttructlve proframrne. Mrs. J. P. Leadbetter, the president, wae lu the chair and after opening Introduced Mrs." A, Ca'iler nho spoke Interesting ments In the home. Mra. J. Y. Card demonstrated the different uses ol the apple, making a attlad which was George Wridt and G. J. Allred all afterwards eerved at" Uie lunch pro the heartfelt sympathy oEjvlded by the Institute. Mrs. (Dr.) SIAL Of I VICTIM OF SUGAR WAS CEREMONY THOM HELLEN With the Juvenile-Bostoniaris at the Majestic, Monday, _Noyemtfr" ley, Maud Charlotte Craw- ford, Lillian Jean'. Palritiuin, Lawrence Geo, .Tinlmons, Dean Edwin'- -Maynar'd, Spearing. and 'aniS lliq complete Pulton Theatre, New York City production. HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERPSTATION By a Stomach Specialist As a specialist ivho has spent many rears in the study nr.d treatment ol Itomach troubles, I have been forced to the conclusion that most people who complain .of stomach trouble possess stomachs that are absolutely healthy and normal. The real trouljle that which causes all tho pain and dlfficully, is acid In the stomach, 11311- sliy due to, or aggravated by, food fermentation. Acid Irritates the de- licate lining of tho stomach and food fermentation causes nlnd, which dls- tcuds the abnormally, cans- Ins; lhat full bloated feeling. Thus both iicld and fermentation intrfere with and retard-the process of diges- tion. The stomach Is usually healthy and nnrraal, but Irritated almost past tnd'nrance by tbess foreign elements and wind. In all such cases i-anfl Ihoy comprise over 90 per cent of nil stomach first snd only step r.eccssary Is to r.cu trnlizc the acid and atop fermenta- tion by Inking In a little warm or coW water Immediately after eating, half a tablcspoonful ot blsurafcd mag- nesia, which is doubtless the bent only really effective nntlacld and Md corrective kno'wn. Tlie acid will lo neutralized and the fermentation itoppcd almost Immedfnlcly and your Homach will at once proceed lo di- gest the foot! in a healthy, normal manner. Be sii'ro to ask your chemist for tho bisurated magnesia, as I have found other forms utterly lacking In Its peculiarly valuable F. J. Q. "Ready Monty .William, A., h.radss Ltd., announce the trlumph'.of two countries; "Ready James Jipntgoriwry's com- edy of love, risk and thrills, which also touches on- the financial end of our every diy iives as connected thc'atfalrs pf the'heart, wlll'P ceive Us first, preservation In this cily on Nov. 21st, "lieady lsr described comedy pf three neb. The scene is [aid in the.room of Sam" Welch, the con ot a Vork millionaire. It Is Now Year's Eve.: Stephen Baird, owner of a. Skyroikol mine, is pennl less and Is forced to decline., in the Now Year festivities. James Morgan, from whom he-has borrowed money, is going to foreclose on the mine when Jackson lyes, a man of the world, Induces young Halrd to accepl a loan of In counterfeit mon ey. "When you have, money, you don't to spent! It; you need only to show says Ives. The sight'of such a pile of money, -brings all ot Balrd's friends clamoring for shares in Ihe mine, anil tho curtain- falls with the, bells ringing In the New Year. In the second act. New Y-ear's Day, Balrd has taken In so much for shares In his mine that he- becomes frightened and endeavors to return all the checks to his friends. The sight of airihe'money In his posses- sion, however, makes them confident that the mine baa become productive ind Ihey rclcise to accept anything out stcsk. His association with Ives fcrlngs down upoii his friend's mcnls the chief of the Unlleil States Secret Service Bureau and a corps of assistants who institute an lnv.es'- tlgallon, which ultimately lauds CATARRH or THE BLADDER a notable production, arid the1 atregoers of this city will have'a ,reat in slore for them. A Great Picture at ths Empress All lovers of really good plays should' make a polnt-of seeing Lhe great two-reel Kalem production 'The which will be exhib- ited today for the last "This story of labor lift Is'of the keenest and moat interesting nature, tho hole of the two reels lielng.full of life and action, the setting and acting are splendid, Uie crux of the story be- ing woven round the employer's Ig- norance of the mismanagement of his affairs by a brutal foreman, and. the love of Maggie and Flat Thoma_B. The fight in the burning building one of the moat exciting and.realistic scenes ever exhibited In the cUy. (Jaumont's Weekly again proved tho great popularity of these standard items in the Empress programmes. "Tesas many laughs at the extra vigorous manner in wbivii jack treatuu ihe cowboys lo a "drink" In the barn, and the fun Jn. "Councillor Bobby'1 kepi the bail roll- ing. Our coming attractions next week are extra special, each, programme having Its own particular two-reel feature. Monday and Tuesday, "The Skeleton In the a grand lie-rustling story. All-Feature Programme at the. Sljou It Is ever our effort to please and secure the very beat for our patrons. Tonight's programme fully justified tht above statement, as ono can ily see by glancing at our ad, "ZnXon, tho Social In three reels, Is'a moat fascinating photo-play, exposing tho methods of an evil detective to break the happiness of man and wlfja The manner In which this is'accom- plished, and its final adjustment, Is A very clever manner, and fi thrilling In tho extreme. Tho Animated Weakly of topical ev- il, Nov. tur.eral the late A." Barte't, victim-of the terrible accident at the sugar factory last Saturday, was held in the sec-. afternoon, Uishop -Anderson conducting the str- .vicc.-The ..was filled to over.- sympathizing friends, 1 B .exercises vere tno_sl'jiupi Mormon" church and ciders- 01 lhat church "were the speakers. Bishop" An derson, Dishop ol ihe. second ward, and Elders Jas. E. EllUon, the toramiiaity.-bribe, untimely death Mr. Ellison, speaking for the com- pany, stated, that- the family of the deceased would.in GO wise sutler or go uureuoinpcpsed, but tbat they woultl he well caried.for. Music.was furnished" by the first ward ciioir, 'assisted by a male quao- leCte, whU-h rendered "with much feel- ing the sacied hymns, ''head, Kindly Light" actl "Beauti- ful Isle of Sotncwhere." The floral tributes .were beautiful, testifying to the esieem in which the unfortunate man'was held In: the community. .The. pall bearers werein- Uimalc friends ol the late Bar- retli The remains were ititerrfd ir the" JIduht" Ttniplc" "cemetery, Ray- mond. The employees of the Sugar-com- pany Lave shown a remarkably spirit in estcntlinfj 'relief to the stricken family. They cnllfctfd already, and this, with the sub- A Care for Drunkenness Within the Reach of All That Akohrtlem Is a Is pov recognized by No m4U in 3 seiires brlngi dlsgrica and ruin on ojseli anil family through choice. Ale Lira the era tin 4 for drink, builds up the system, the nervfef. It Is guaranteed to or beiielU or money after a lair trial. Atcura No, 1. caii be. given eocretely by any or mother want- Ing to restore a dear usefulness. Alcun. No. 2. the voluntary treatment. Can be bad at our itore only fi.OO per box. Aak for our free booklet about Aleura. J. D. HislnboUiam O-o, LetaUidge, Alberta. stantial ajd x'hich is.almost sure to be contributed by the-company, will aggregate a most" gratifying sum. EXHIBITED .WEDDING PRESENTS exhibition of the Corinaught presents clos- ed. K "estimated that people'visited .the exhibition. George Croft, a .contractor, was found drowned in Cnbourg harfcor, lie leaves a widow and five young chil- dren. O. U. Weeks favored the gathering with a street was accom panted by Mr. Jos.-Banner Thirty ladies were in aflendance. The next meeting will be the annual meet- ing for election, of ofBcrrs for the ensuing year. Mrs. Qulnn, a lady from Colorado, who Is Iho owner of considerable pro- perty In and around ICardston, town looking1 after Three years ago Mr. Quinn bought: land south west of Carditon, nmr Beczer, for ?10 an acre.'- After look- ing over it this week, Mrs. fused tor the-'same -piece. No Improvements, have been-made slcce the land was bought '-Mn. QulDn. also Iota in the Darker dlv-ialori and. finds they ad- vanced considerably In price. On Ihe whole Mrs. Quloif .la "deliguted -with tfce town and district- and "will'con- tinue to Invest here. Manager Mclntosh of .the local creamery was at .Magratb on Wed- nesday making c'renm iriio butter at the institution of that place.: Mrl.Mc- lntosh will make weekly" visits to the City for purpose and Mr.'Joa. who IB Rill be a crearaerj" pupil of the ston butterraaVer.- v An accident .was narrowly averted at the cereinony'of turning, the first sod of the new'.temple ground on TVHnesdar. At the reijuest of Pre- sident Wood, ftlr.-JS. Hmrier iraa moving his automobile up1-'for "a. plat- form for the wtea, 1m the of the crowd, it took a IMP forward, Juct stopping where tlie people bad jammed together to vet out ol the Her. D. E. Cameron busy some seeded alterations to. the baru at the nianse. Some new also to be added to the ground as a result of the energy of a ton's new clergy maa, i Cardston ii tbfe reeeirimc a great deal of grain that in fencer years waa thipped from XftaUod, Farmer a in the. Standoff aa4 wojod districts hauling vcutti In preference to golnr north, Is somewhat shorter, and ifith, the exception at heavy haul 'Uiii tide of Belly river. Is better than leod frail. Cars are more available at this termiul point.'than itt Thrice a. week rehevaats are. betnt held by the .ward choir lu paralloa of "Queen wbich.lt is expected will be ready the first week In December. Visits wlli.be made to MagraWi, Raymond and Stir. ling, where the proceeds will be in aid of tho temple fond." Born, lo Mr. and Mrr. F, C.. pickle, Cirdston, on Friday olfiht, .Oitojjer Zlf a daaghler. HOT, Dr. William fpc fourteen years paalor of the Durham Presbyterian church, wishes to-retire on account of illness. joung Datrd and his friend Ives in well up lo standard, and fs cell In the Tomls, where they spend the nTgltt. The dcvolppinent of.the comedy from this point, -concerning tin mnnair In which Iho Secret Scr- men arc outwitted, how ihe ycune' miu finally stralghtenetl out affairs and his combine quite the most .enterfalning cotriedy situations, which" have lately been seen on ihe stage. months In Mew Yprh, clghl months In four months In Chicago and three months in Boston fa but a brief re- cord or the comedy's run In NIC lar- ger cities. It will be a DOtabie cast undoubtedly Ihe beat film of this na- ture In the city. The programme js completed by splendid view a of Italy's crack cavalry troop, screaming comedy. "Robinson and the dates, November 19 and 20. i THRESHJNG ENGINEER KfLLEp Stdloy. Sask., Nor, 7.-rO. W, Viir.or an engineer on a'threshing outfit, wjii almost fnstantTy htlleel by be- tween tho rapidly revolving (ly whee and tho box of hfs machine. OROTITYI To purchase lots at a and on terms that give you a chance to reap a handsome profit within a reason- able period. We have had plated, with us for sale about In one of the best rosideiilial.scclions of Xoilh Letlibiidgo, fo wliich flic cily is due a substantial riiisc in-vulucs on uc- oount of I ho industrial wliich will take place in the spring. These lots are within i'oui1 blocks of Westminster School and we will sell in pairs or-will make an exceptionally at- tractive offer en bloc. Prices from to TERMS: Cash per pair; balance 3, 6, 9 and 12 months or will arrange other suitable terms These lots will not last fang and now is your chance to buy and wait for the rise which is sure to come in the Spring Office: Macdonald Blk. Phone 1034 Office open in evenings while they last ;