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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Xovcmltw II. THE LETII BRIDGE DAILY HERALI> The Handy Heater You often need some heat in early Fall, when you have not yet started the furnace. In whatever of tho house you want il, you can get it bed and quickest with a Perfection Smokelesi Oil Heater. The Perfection i> the reliable heater on the market, and you can move it wherever you please. L u. Stirt it in bedroom or bittera. tnd you dreu in comloit on mofcint. Take it to the dining-room. emly becomei 1 pleiunt. i! kiSSlly '.nvwlirrr Drums ot plain rteel ot enimelled in blue: nickel tnmmmgi. A 3L2 device make, .nicking impwibfc Bu-nerbody become wedged. All pitta ewly clcined. Dimper top. Cool kindle. Dttleit evtrywWe; or write (or wtuUr lo The Imperial Oil Company, Limited Saturday elated "Who's Why" refers to Iho founder ot the Raymond Sugar I'aelory, and father o( Mr. Hay. Knight, no well known, and popiiliir In Loth bridge. 'J'lte artielo follows: Jinny men have sold mines that' .vcro dniiims, but Knight lire only man I over heard or who sold a dream that was a mine. Uncle Jesso, T.lUe- wise be ban sold a good many other, dreams, or the lesiilts of it conres to having visions cash In for coin of the .I'ealni, Uncle .ross'a makes any other .proiitet, sear or look' Hire a.i'onction- ary who reacted years ago. J Uncle Josse is a Mormon, and lives at Provo, Uloli. tillcd lo have visions. He is a miner; and a developer ot mines.' time be needs a Rood mine iu-bis linsiness he has a .lie CiliVABJ) LINE XMAS vrOW IS-THE TIME to make V reservation ot berths. Do not.wait until the last minute! T.S.S. "Ausonia" from Mont- real...........Nov. 18th New T.9.S. "Ascanin" from Portland....... Dec. 2nd UAMIN TO LONDON AND L1V- and up. THIRD These rates'are the lowest ob- service unexcelled. Particulars obtainable from near- est local agent; or write direct to the1 General-Agent for'the Can- adian West.. H. E. LIDMAN 445 Main St., WINNIPEG, MAN. Prof. Alexander Tonight Prof. Alexander who opens his en- gagement at the Y.M.G.A. auditorium this eveiiiiig. arrived'yestcrilay m'oni- ing from Calgary, where lic.jias hcca a very successful 'series 01 lectures. lie is n Canadian by, hut has spent most of his tin.e in the United States, where he has lectured from N'cw York to Health', and received everywhere Hi for (he extensioi in i wcstorh ilirect of Reed SI tin, application foi HIP eueiiMou hi mt, benii mide last Isprnu In piopuh owneis'in Uii. liis. (net liu citr oficied "itlp I hi, lioaid iil id S7 flOO ind iccoid mr to Judgi Umlers findine; Hie Bond must tiir Ihe citj s mici hi sides- slimlmi; Hie cos! nt the expio pnillou p'ocieditigs Racy Sketch of Jesse Knight Founder of the Raymond Sugar Factory The following nicy ekotcli In tho Post'K much uppl'O- Music and (Conducted by FIDELIO.) Kubtlik Soon to Retire One of the treats of the coming inns- ieal season ''Will he the final appear- ance in Lotbbrldfe of tliitt Rifted vio- linist, Knbclik, who will heard ,al liie .Majestic Theatre on November When the Iflsl tones have been forth from his Hmperor violin he will say to .those music who have hciii'd bim before on nrov- Ions'visits; to this country. It Is four ycary- Blnce the Bohemian musician crossed the Atlantic, lo face audience after audience, and he In said to be a player than ever. I'Yesh from his recent triumphs in L'omlon. where Ihe enui nious Royal Albert Hull, with its seating capacity first time that this renowned tr.ini'.'.ro! company, bund and orchestra, lias ever appeared in Ibis section of the country and Is by far the very beat of the many minstrel companies on tour. For years lite West minstrels havo set the pace and the others have tried ill! vain to iinitale, l-'or this lour; which Is under the direction of the well-known manag- ers, Boyle Woolfolh and William slon, everylhlng Is now throughout, wnrdrobe, scenic equipment, etc. More funny comedians, more splen- did singers, more dancers, etc., before been seen in this Don't forget the date, and make your 'Beat now for an iriodate throngs pressing forward j evening of pleasure you will long for places, Kiibollli should slvo ad- remember, ditlonal evidence to confirm tile op- ,j. .j. -J. inion. of. many Unit he is tlie one in- "Srewster't; Millions" comjiariihle artist of Ills lime. Criti- Harry D. .Marr's Majestic Stock Co. .ca'l 'folk': assert that bis tone is big- L-ill open a three-nights' engagement gor anil, warmer than ever, that he uie Majestic Theatre, connmmcing il more ripened musician and that bis Thursday next, when they will put 'interpretative baa further for tue first time In this c'ily'that bro'iideried. success "Brewster's great New York success "Brewster's Millions." This company was to have oirenert here a week aso. but owing ason: to h'elieve thvit the hundred rounding into form, as the saying Presently he .dreamed, the real dream. He dreamed tlmfr'if-ho slatted, digsilis in a certain place, and dug mi-, til be came under a certain, sagebrush., he would make- his. strike. -.Unole Jesse had been peslering a- lot ot pep- pie with bis dreams; anil -they nil thought Ire was a harmless 'bid '.party- and humored him. they would-not invest. This lime Uncle .lease'iva'.......__ _______ suro he had the right sort, of II TOv- mucli 'public, attention. The pro- elation, so he went out and ti-teil to gramme ...ivill delight every one, and gei. six hundred dollars for expenses. ,vin brimful of fascinating songs. They all laughed at him, The artists who will lake part will be bright mining men, and knowing the jfrs. H. T. D'Arc, soprano; .Mr. E. .1. __-.-- OR across'.the musical horizon. Me is giant in music and a vio- linist .sticH as the world meets but decades. -I- Big Concert- at Majestic Theatre on 'November 23 The grand populiu- concert to be given ill' (he '-ifaj'eslic The-alre 01 sdiiy, November Is attractini; ratio between dreams and discoveries, which is as one billion, or any othe yon can think of. is to n million or a portly number Uncle Jesse kept on having" the dream, and saw that Eldorado of a sagebrush every night. Finally he raised tlie six hundred dollars" and dug. U. was a good dream. Right tinder the particular sagebrush he Had seen In his dream be made his strike. That, rtream developed into tile Humbug Mine. AB eveml After that Uncle .Tcsse bad no diffi- -anj cnlty in his dreams. All L. Layton; -Violinist; Mr. nhyml Jamie- suii, baritone, and Mr. II. C. C. Sal- mon, pianist. Every number will be popular, comprising iCugltsh, Irish ycotch songs. Popular price.; will prevail therehy'-giving everyone ail opportunity of hearing a first-class musical 7 treat. More complete ncu'nccments will be. made later. Wm.'H.. West's Big jubilee' Minstrels -evening of laughter, mirth, irer- he had to do was to have a revelation on't know whether he droamed. .tli Uncle Sam mine'or not, hut hw ow-lici hpsly. in authority in the official reve Josse has done more than any "other lution department short-circuited i or grounded Uncle Jesse did tf Brains Rule The World CHARACTER IS CAPITAL Prof. W. G. Alexander In his dcllBhlflil scries of lectures on HUMAN NATURE EVERY MIOHT'lKKliinhlK TUESDAY. NOV. 14, ill. Y.M.C.A. HALL night free; colleetloil inkeii. Crying IJabtefl nOX'T .MISS hearing hie I'IIIHI popular lecture ou LOVE, COURTSHIP, MASRIAOE AND JEALOUSY one an individual ward developing the mineral resources of the Slate. He wouldn't be "tmich of n dreamer if he hadn't the courage 10 back his own dreams; and he is enough of a dreamer to get other peo- ple to bnck them also. He has treen in mining for many years. You hear Utah people scoff at Uncle Jesse's revelations, but most of them have lock in his mines, just, the same. Uncle Jesse gives tlie impression of being earnest but in enthusiastic, well-meanins, but not rory aculo sort of a citizen, who is imhllng along witli his visions and Jrcnnis and revelations. Uncle .lasae (gives that impression, 1 said. Gives; 'is the word. Also, that is the exact, the identical Impression TJncle Jesse desires to impart. You can hear peo- ple say he is a hit. touched in the up- per story, as they put it. Ladles and gentlemen, take R from me. Uncle .lesse Knight is crazy exactly like a fox. "They're talking too much about thai be said one day about'6'iiV of his properties. "They are claiming too much for it. II. worth so much as they say it. by a Uncle Jesse's Visions Can you imagine any such flow of conversion from a. miner? You nol; nor could anyone else, person decrying his mine1 said ail the wise oner "lie doesn't want us lo buy into i Wherefore, they rushed io buy into it. 'Oddly enough. Uncle .lessw. Inning is sued hla warnins, was willing to soli' Foolish move on his WHMI if Oh, certainly; but he spid Ihe stock, lie has visions ahoiit. other things loo. One nf liis Illuminating irveh iious was..about land In Alterta; Ca nada. Alberta was not anything much i Alberta was 1101, anyumifc iniiuii place W the police lo be at Theatre, when Wost.g Bls Wbite Jubilee Minst.'-.'.s bumper house on Thursday. -I- Big Cro ds at Starland To 3iiv that Miss Richards made ht Siftiland last night witllAl-i cxanilur's rag-limc tanl1' is praise for a first-class effort. It was indeed, liig attraction and her sing- ing pleased everyone. Every perform-1 ariee was crowded, and the enthusi- asm which greeted the work of Hie singer' certainly means another pick- ed house -tonight. Miss Richards will appear at Starland from now on and will render all the latest New York hits A magnificent array of photo- plays were also given, all of which were exceedingly well appreciated. An intensely interested 'drama, "Ily Reg- istered Mail" is the big one of the most'pathetic chilil stories j ever filmed. 'Another-drama playlet.1 whiclralso delighted the audience was "the liast and the The same program will he repeated again to- night anil should not be missed by those who enjoy ,a high class enter- tainment. On' Wednesday and Thurs- day Miss Richards and R. E. Willis, win render an. Irish-duct, illustrated not run d il-an nce esse However, the Democrats when nomination lime conies no run. o, nohli'natcd Undo Jesse's son, known and if others are wlnnin? with him his dream abour. run- No man in IHali stantls liighcr in _he estimatipn o'C Iho mons and Gentiles alike. He in open- hearted, generous and de Uncle Jesse has veloper oE resources. He cloaks a. as ".T. William Knight, changed his name for campaign purpose's lo Jesse the estimatipn of the Knight, Junior, and came mighty near ADVISED OPERATION Cured by lydia E. Pink- uam'sVegetableCompoiind Ciiniflon, had been a p-eat sufferer for live years. One doctor told me it ukers of the uterus, and another told me it was a fibroid tumor. No one knows what 1 suf- fered. I w o u 1 d always be worse at certain periods, and never was ugiilar, and the bearin g-d o w n puns wore terrible. I was very ill in thedop.loi told me J ,would have to have an operation, and i4tcr ainnif if mil atlvised inn to t.ikc Tjydia C- t, best llledi- w nnndm, rlda over. So he up mill bo mill (hp fol iroiibli-s, few thousand acres for not much nn has cuud nu and 1 did not liava. an" mmef aimn! Falainir >in iiio m pritmii nftitr'nll.' The he nov; aim though SBy. rpnifttiy 101 euriiig .worst lonnsoi ilnclo .lesse is n. Democrat. Two female ills, including displacements, in- fhvee years aeo he had n revylmlon intlarainKtion. libroid tumors, in-cgd- r. i hirilles nerinfllc.nains. backache, lieai'- ilwirnian nf ilwinoolliis. lift nppolnt years aeo he had n rnvvimon iitarainKoii. ro umors, n-cg- i I .in in run for BoveTfior on i laritles, periodlcpains. backache, liwir- r-d a setrciary and made a' tpsccli I W tolling of Ihe needs-of the nniversit, tlic Oemoriaiu ..LKCI. M n HUUU t l nervous U coals ,7 i KtiimM-Hicd -JWA revelation. Moo; Intl. IIA la Hit. way but a trifle to try f. he llftd 'V b mL lo n f.iiA.i tllOUSUld' dollBrB for 110 stick, If lie is, still of the same mind great nalural shrewdness with, his homely manners and speech, and has always a faraway look in his eyas. However, his mind is ncveivfar away, but always, inevitably and invariably on the spot where business is being done. lieing of n kindly nature, he lets oilers into his being! simple as a child, always retains the j controlling 'interest himself. He has developed fifteen or twenty mines, some good, and some not so good; and he still has those dreaming qual- ities unimpaired. Uncle Jesse's father was one of the early converts to Mormonism, and was the close friend and advisar of Joseph Smith, tile original prophet, j The marriage of Uncle Jesse's father and mother was tiro first marriage Prophet, .loseoh Smith ever perform- ed.. This was fit Kiilland, in 1831.' his parents moved 'So Nauyoo, Illinois, where Jesse was horn in' 1845.' After his father died his mother took her coven children to Salt "Lake, where the. Mormons had became a school teacher. JftKce-worhed at anyUimg. lie could find to a scout ill' the.'Black Hawk and In-180S was a. freighter and teamster on the: building of the Union Pacific He -was at TIntic ivhen the" first-mines were dis- covered: had his first dreams there t dn during the I wrote to my made spine locations. -He fl llSlliesti lilld inio larill- t MAJESTIC THEATRE W. e. SHERMAN. Manafxr. PHONE Three Nights Commencing Thursday, November 16 Harry D. Marrs presents The Majestic Stock" Co. THURSDAY "Brewster's Millions" Friday and Saturday bills announced later Special Saturday Matinee Prices 75c 50c 35c Gallery 25c The, Theatre Which Pleases All Special! TONIGHT THE EVER POPULAR MISS OLIVE KIGIIABDS WILL SING 'Alexander's Ragtime Band1' -THE BIGGEST HIT OF THE SEASON wkbNESDAY AND THURSDAY DUET BY.MISS RICHARDS R. E. WILLIS Special! STAR LAN D T A R L A N D Nov. and 21 "The SOON WORLD'S CHAMPION' BASEBALL SERIES 1911' .Informal Opening ol the- New Morris Theatre November 16 ISdiiibert jC The ruinous Always never better.than now and k SCHUBERT LADY QUAETETTE (he pccrlcsV vocalists, undei- I lie auspices of j Stars 'Music for t He I. Mirth, for the Mirthful, and tli.e -H-igliost Amusement for all THOMAS VALENTINE at five .yean, of age a at' twciity years of ago an artist. ANNA PEARL CHARMING 1ST. A. E. MOKEIS, Manag'ei- ON SALE AT JACKSON COPE'S DRUG r" MOVING .PICTURES lierc VVcdiiesJliiy'aiid -Eriday tale of two cities' "No iiilvnncc in pritrcs into the cattle liusiiiess info farin-j ing. but lie kept dl'eaming of ind finally dreamed .the Humbug tbat titne has become started to sit down, -hut. aiiotiier Ihouylit struck him, and lie lalked some more. As he concluded hit; sec- ond speech he subscribed two thous- and dollars for his wife., Just, as he was about lo resume his seat lie was impelled lo lallt asain. He finished mis aeetlou by siihsci'lblng two tlious- aiul dollars for son who> in Alberta nt Hie lime in the sugnr rue and, who was, an alumnus of Hie university. That seemed about, all, but afler.the secretiiry.'hiul pulldown thn' subscription 'for his .son, Uncle iesi-M had another line of thought. hlch hi tlaboHitttl llainiK com 'this he two thousand dollars for his daughter I lien lie did sit down. Now-. Mr. said .a mnil in tlie meeting, "I move this meeting do adjourn Artluti Reed, of Widdlfleld ihlp, 1ms lir-en jrie tednt XorlluBay, >n thartes metcircd iiil. V w ;