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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, ypovcmhcr 11,1912. im//0(///C�D �Adyj! Never know they're on men, I^ok lit. wimple consfcruotlon. No pulleys, no Imrnesa, "EZ13" cords slide from aide to ftldfr. No ui) ami down tug-(jlng on buttons. Free shoulders, smooth shirt, buttons secure, rust-proof, metals can't strain. Qenulno stamped "BZB" on buokl lutely for 1 year. The biggest 50c. suspender valuei In Canada, 50o At Your Dealer's or Postpaid for SO cents REV. MR. BULL THE KING SU8PENDER CO., TORONTO. CAN I F you are looking for a big, warm, roomy Overcoat, with plenty of style and distinction, this Fit-Reform "Shawl Collar" is it. Fit-Reform's Overcoat creations do credit to Canada's artistic tailoring- and to Canada's best dressed inen. We'll enjoy having you look them overi-and you'll enjoy it, too. Soldier and Preacher Makes Fine Impression on Large Audiences- Meeting Tonight GAVE UP AU HOPE OF EVER BEiNO WEU 'FnR-t-ttNs'CinlTHitlliKilMyDISMH movntain, DMT., DKC. i4th. 1910 "For six years, I suffered from dreadful Kidney Dile��e. My legs and lower part of my body were fearfully swollen and the pain was awful. Five dUTcreet doctors attended tue and all 699 )iim McKELVIE & McGUIRE. KEEL LAID FOR T 1 START MADE ON NEW BATTLESHIP BEFORE LAUNCHING OF OTHER London, Nov. 9.-All battleship building records are to be 'beaten by British navy if the plans of con-L'Al.ction of the latest British Dreadnought are cai-rled out. The new vessel is order to be ready for launching five months after the laying of the first keel plates. Somewhat ot a sensation was caused at Portsmouth when it was officially announced iraraedlately at ter the launching of the Iron Duke that the keel-plates ot the super- Dreadnought which is to follow wore to be laid next Monday. In recent years It has been the practice to allow two or three months to Intervene between the launching; of a new ship and the laying down of another It is said that promises have been made to the Admiralty that the new Ehip will bo ready for launching with In the Ave months and she will he ready for service within one year, thus heating the record of the origin al Dreadnought by two months. It is also claimed the new ship will bo as great a departure from prevail ing types as the Dreadnought was from its predecessors. Provisions for oil fuel will he made in the new vessel aud she will be armored to resist air attacks. Ja^nes Tune's famoun collectioa of naturalist specimens at London, Ont., has been purchased tor the Calgary museum. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH-SUN AND 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 DEGREE OF PURITY THE ^LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LiM!TED PHONE 5S4 HUMAN, in capltsl letters. That Is the Rev. Paul Bull, the noted Bng llsh preacher and soldier, who started a week's mission in St, Augustln's Church yesterday. A man, every Inch ot bim. A man who knows men, and men's problems, from close personal touch. A man who knows that man no mattar how far he may wand-er from the paths of rectitude, has still the essentials of manhood, and who can bo reached for the good and true by being properly approached, Riev, Paul Bull lias led no idler's life. He has shirked no. hardship and appeals to man hecause he played a man's part. On the battle fields of Empire he has shared the soldier's dangers and deprivations; has shared the humiliatloTi of defeat; the joys of victory. He holds that a man is not a thing to bo reproached for mak� Ing mistakes, but a son of Qod whom the Father awaits with arms outstretched to welcome home. Born a son of God: always a son of God, is tho Rev. Paul Bull's message, and it appeals to man. He does not present the wayward prcdlgal as no longer a son of God, an.d God as having ceased to be a Father. The story ot the Father running to meet the way-'ward son Is Mr. Bull's conception of God as the Father and man the son. So much for his theology. His ii)reachlng is attractive, and human, too. No long-faced ascetic is he. He does not mind a ripple of laughter, and laughs, too, when it is fitting. Religion is a bright thing to him. Something to attract, not to repel. Eloquent, not in the sense ot strain ing after picturesque language. Eloquent In that his message is direct and ~ phrased so that any mind can comprehend. Fluent and earnest, he holds the undivided attention. He drops Into simple metaphor at times, and then comes a burst ot impassioned appeal, followed by a yearning to reach tho good In his hearers. � Mr. Bull does not mince. He makes no distinctions. All men are the same before God in his eyes, and the foibles and idle pastimes ot the rich are as trenchantly dealt with as the grosser offenses of the submerged world. Rev. Mr. Bull preached yes terday morning, addressed the child ren and a meeting ot men in the at ternoon, and spoke to a crowded congregation at night. The hymns sung at night ware old-time favorites, such as "Pass mw not, oh Gentle Saviour," "Tell me the old, old story," etc. After prayers ho gave a short instruction on the soul, and In the sermon which followed spoke on the parable of the Prodigal Sou with telling effect. Judging hy the visible effect on his audience yesterday the mission gives promise of grei^t good. The Men's Meeilnfl In the afternoon, Mr, Bull address a large meeting of men. Taking as his text "What shall it profit a man It he gain the whole world and lose his own soul," the speaker went on to Bay that life wag made up of profit and loss, and that In the ledger of human actions, those things which t'Snded towards the ideal in manhood wont to the swelling ot the credit side. Chiistlanlty was tho greatest progressive religion of the age, and one ot the holiest instincts which it helped to instil into the hiunau mind was the love of motherhood. In the conduct ot human Ufa there were laws, Just as there wore in scionco, and the transgression of those laws had to be met with penalties. Man was not hero to follow his every impulse, and to gratify all his api-atltos. The German professor, whoso writing had permeated liOerature, practised what ho styled the gospel ot reason. It 'was that man should follow tho bent of his every desire, regnrdless ot the moral code. Tho penalty he paid for thei,practice ot what he preached was that at the early ago of thlrty-Clve ho was the victim ot loathesome disease, and ended his days as a raving lunatic. The law of evolution was exemplified by the instincts of man, as opposed to those ot tho brute, Tho agility ot the tiger, the cunning ot the fox, were d'avelopcd for a tight against death. The nobler InsUnctB in manhood were liiroctrd towards the presirvntion of llfo. The Instincts of the former v.-ero ?,ulded from hMow, that ot the Intter frcm above, Thq artist in his �"'orld-reno"?.-n?4 picture gained his t'uhiirje injspirotloii by fixing his thcijghifi icwardB the ,?s.tsB ol hoafivsn Tho ophiiovi of two of th',? gro,iteol r.K^difiil iiiiliDrltir.'; In tlm world u'luim 111! iia.'i ei',".�iiiiillv consulted. said it was ICidnejr Trouble, and gave fflc no hope of getting well. A kind neighbor told me to try "Frtilt-a-tlves"-and in a short time, the swelling went down, the pain was easier, and then "FruH-a-tivos" cured me. (Miss) MAGGIB JANNACK. " Fnijt-a-tivea" ia the greatest Kidney Cure in the world-and will always cure Pain in the Back, Swollen Hands and Feet, Headaches and other troubles due to poisoned condition cf the blood. 50c a box, 6 for f i.SOi trial site, 35e. At dcalera, or write Fruit-a-Uvc� Limited, Ottawa. MUSlCAMDDItAIIA (Conduetttf fey FIDBLIO) Hpeclal Feature Week 01 wont to prove that the indulgence of carnal apetite was In no way neces sary for the pTCservation ot health. This was an argument often used hy those who attempted to defend such conduct, and wag rebutted by the test Iraony given. There was a difference between lust and love. Love marked the most glorious period cf manhood, that ot courtship which consummating in marriage, marked the foundation ot a home, whose lintel was marked nith the Blood of the Larah, and was saved from destruction. Self-denial was the greatest virtue which a human being could practise. He was struck by the sturdy type of manhood In this country. The young mien here were not raised in feather beds, and consequently had developed the host characteristics of manhood Thsse, It was important, that they should preserve, and so constitute virile nation, on whom the stability of our Empire depended. There will be services every night this week, and on Tuesday and Thurs day afternoons, there will be meetings for women. Next Sunday afternoon, there will be a big meeting for men. Rev. Paul Bull is an attractive man and well -worth hearing. At Starland Judging by th� number and quality of the splendid features booked for showing at Stariand within the neixt few days, this week promises to be one of the biggest feature weeks In tho biatory of Starland. For today and tomorrow an excellent program blia been prepared, foremost on which is to bo seen the motion pictures of the recent British army manoeuvres. Some excellent views of the King are Included In the subject, and the whole production Is one of vital interest. On Wednesday and Thursday the program will contain the great features, these, lieing the ofllclal motion pictures of thc World's Championship Baseball. Series, and an intensely spectacular wild animal production In two parts, entitled "The Lion Tarn or's Revenge," a lion picture eren bettor thjin the wonderful "Attacked by a Lion," which was shvWn here some time ago.    BLAME TO THE C.P.R NO PROTECTING LIGHTS AT MAC LEDD CAUU8ED THE DEATH OF BllAKEMANiMURPHY of TODAY-TOMORROW An All-Star Program, Ineluding The British Army Manoeuvres SEE ENGLAND'S ^ PRECAUTIONS IN CASE OP WAR WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY ' TWO GREAT FEATURES World's Championship Bate-ball Series v AND The Lion Tamer's Revenge The Moat Wonderful "Lion" Picture Ever Sean In Two RmIs Macleod, Nov. 10.-The verdict the jury in the case of B. Murphy who was killed in the C.P.R. yards "That Ve came to his death by falling from the moving train, owing partially to the yards not being lighted there being no lights from the end of the platform to the roundhouse, and the attention of the C.P.R. and Railway Commission is especially called to this fact." From further information received he was going oR duty and intended crossing the yards short road home, when the accident that brought him to his death oc currod. The funeral was held Saturday from the Roman Catholic church to the C.P.R. depot, from which the body was shipped to his hothe in Quebec. John Dunbar, aged 84, died at his home on Beaver Creek, 30 miles west of Macleod, Friday, and was hurled Sunday from the Methodist church. Mr, Dunbar came Uom CoUihgwood 25 years ago, living in Macleod one j'ear niter which he liomestcaded an Beaver Creek, where he was a successful mixed farmer, having raisftl horses, cattle, swiiic and poultry, and was never without plenty of the necessary cash, which lie proved could be had hy anyone who followed mixed farming. He leaves a widow, aged 80 years, two sons and four daugh-tcr.s, all married. Ills sons home-steaded beside him .ind are following his advice and example as mixed farmers. Mr, Dunbar will be missed by tho whole district, as lie was looked upon as the "Daddy" for everyone. In religion he was a Methodist, and a staunch supporter o( Sir Wilfrid Lauricr, and his iiolicy. Prof, Patty delivered his interesting lecture to a full house Saturday night. 'I'lie Prolessor dealt with his throe subjects, Wiiclrss, Radium and Liquid Air, in a very masterly way, giving the audience confidence that he was master of his subjects. The secretary of the Board of Trade will have some .iiinouncemcnts to malto very .soon in cniincction with new arrivals] and new Imsincss houses opening up. His work goes merrily along, evcrv dav accomplishing a little. The municipal alTairs arc quiet. The mayor's chnir will have no opposition, T, II, Stedniaii hiwing given entire satisfaction, or as nearly os any man can, will not ho opposed, R. O, JicDonoU oficis liis services for councillor, providing ion niany meetings arc not held. lie is one who believes in Macleod as Ihe Ijcst town and will assist Mayor .Stednian in maUing it ko. He is a man af experi-emc, unri will he a slrengtli to the council durin;; the coniinj year; IGIS. Kovcmbff l.ith v.'iii be si husy day in Manleod, for those interosted in tho rtocV industry will n".e".t to discuss and advJFo .is to t|ie best methods of prpsr-rvinp, ilin prav.ing districts lying aloni;; the foothill.s for cattle ond hors?s. Eieryoim will he tlicic, t.lla \\n�y.n will ll� Illll. Allen Pli^yera Clever The Allen Players who have been attracting capacity audienoes at the Morris Theatre, took a "night off" last Saturday evening by presenting that mirth provoking farce, "Whose Baby Are You?" Laughter poured In torrents throughout the performance of the play, which was on the whole presented with much success. The respective members ot the company played well together with tho result that everything went with a vim which aroused the well merited ap plause ot the large audience. MIsa Felton's versatility apparently is un limited, as on this occasion her com edy work was deftly executed. She also sang a couple of popular songs whioh tickled tho ears ot the aud ience. In the afternoon the company produced "The Third Degree," which gave Miss Felton an opportunity to exploit her emotional talent. That she took full advantage of the possi-blllties of the role assigned to her cannot bo denied. Miss Felton's' art is broadening along maturer lines since I saw ber a year ago. Moreover, she Impresses one with her ability to enunciate clearly and color her diction to adequately convey the proper interpretation of her lines. In highly emotional scenes Miss Felton acts with seizing power which stands out iu marked contrast to her tender appeals iu moments ot pathos. Just why. Miss Felton should not aim at travelling further alleld In her profession is not quite clear to me. The lady has the qualifications to warrant her appearing in Urst class company It some ot the New York impresaarios investigated Miss Verna Felton's tal-enU it is not likely that it would be long ere she would he starring as an emotional actress.. The Allen Players will appear at the Morris this evening in the attractive melodrama "The Deep Purple."    MAJESTIC THEATRE-TO-NlfiBT F. Stuait-^Vhy tc'g Old Country Pierrots The Versatiles IN AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME Endorsed by all yvhe hav* seen them as th� beat combination of Musical Talent'ever ieah in Lethbridge at Popular Prices PRICES - - - - *75c, 50c and 25c. SPECIAL SATURDAY Children's lOc \W\ - - MATINEE Adults 25c. Ssats on Sale at Ksnny-A Allln's Drug A Book Store The ISfortis Theatre TO-NIGHT Miss Venia Felton and The Allen Players present The Deep Purple " A Play with some Fins Dramatic SItuationa A RARE FEATURE-ROYAL HUNGARIAN STRING QUARTETTE "Mualc from the Gods" -' PRICES: 7ec, 50c, 25e. . .Theatre Bex Office Opsn 10 a.m. CURTAIN at 8.30 SHARP, ii ed be had only three or tout' hours "The Red Rose" The wealth of favor that has been ^^y'"* murmured: shown John C. Fisher's latest musical ^" '� - success, "The Red Rose," slooe its premiere at the Globe Th�Btre, New York, attaches �'tiat seems to 'be u firm anxi�ty to witness its preBonta-tion at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday, Nov. ^6, among local theatregoers. This big musical comedy is claimed to be a worthy successor Mr. Fisher's former success, "Floro-dora," which had a remarkable following. Zoe Bamett is seen at the head ot this immense organizutlon, and no better selection could havo been made tor the rolo of Lola. The-comedy eontaina some twenty-tour musical numbers, many of the catchy order, among which may be mention' ed "Come Along Ma Cherle," "Queen of Vanity Fair," "Men. Men, GVIen" and "The Students' Glide," the last nanv ed having crested somewhat ot a sensation during the long run ot this charming musical comedy in New York. The supporting company has been carefully selected and contains many names well and favorably known In the musical comedy line. Walter Catlott, last hero with Madame Sherry, is one of the com cdians. To die is nothing, but to die Vlth-out a priest or the consolations of religion Is hard." These words wore heard by a brother offloer, a lieutenant, who as a skilled aviator, had accompanied the column with a monoplane. Exclaiming, " IwUl find you a priest," he dashed to his machine and flew t I^ag-haout. Reaehaa Victim In TImi Five minutes later the priest was in the air with the lieutenant, praying and holding to his bi-odst the, little silver box containing the consecrated host. Alighting at the eamp, the priest, filled with emotion, hastened tos'the tent of the dylag man, who, buoyed up by hope, had been struggling against death for tour hours. "I thank thee, O Ood," ho criqd faintly as the priest, after hearing his confesaton, placed Ui� sacred, water on his lips. A few moments afterward the oflicor died peacefully. NEW POST OFFICES Ottawa, Nov. 9.-During August, September and October, ITO new post offices were opened throughout the Dominion, the majority being in Western Canada, to keep pace with the tide of settlement. Tho present postmaster-general has sanctioned such intelligent names tor new efllees ag Ground Hog, Molly QibsoB, Dirt Hills and Ferguson Flats. Happier choices are Sunkist ^omesM* aiid Zorla. During the quarter some 70 offices were closed, ot wbleh 30 were in Ontario. FLIES m HOST TO THE SAHARA PRIEST RUSHES TO DYING MAN IN AN AEROPLANE Lethbridge Employment Bureau HELP FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE WANTED ALL KINDS MENI MENI W4'VTtm ^^Nt MEN MEN! MEN! ' . MEN! MENI 300 men for lumher camps and saw mills. We ship Monday*, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Small shipments made daily. 150 men shipped last week, .. NOTICE TO EMPLOYER You lire never without good' help when you place your order at tho Letlibrldgo Kmployraent iBiued", for both mole and teraalo help. Wo charge you liothlng aud guarantee satisfactory help. We are always at your service.. Our greatest asset Is a satisfied customer. We ore increasing our. assets dally. Why not become one of our assota. Mall .and telephone orders receive prompt attention. The largest and.best;located employment agency in Lethbridge. 312.l5t Avenue 8. SANTWIEU PHONE 1404 Between Windsor and Arlington Hotels Lethbridge, Alta. �J Paris, Nov. 9.-A romarkablo ac count by a witness of a priest's ua preoedented aotton ot currying the viaticum through the air on a inono; plane to a dying man In the midst ot the Sahara desert has just reached Paris. A few days ago a llerce skirmish hetwoon 500 aharpshootlng Spahls and 2000 Toiiaregs, resulting In tho rout of the latter, took place at Cheb-Ua, one of ths iflbnt desolate poll-tudes In tho desert, a tv/o days' rottroh from Laghouat. Brother Officer Flica For,Priest In cor.sefiuonoe of this conflict ono ot the French oiTic^ra, Commandant LarROst, was mortally wounded by a bullet In his chest, Ou bfcing inform- PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX N Specials Write, phono or Our Wall Paper Arc every day specials, call for sampler. All grades and prices. The Revlo Go. Painters ami Ceeorators 1260-Sfd Avsnuo Seutii ;