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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. November 17, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALITi Page 3 CITIZENS' TICKET MASS MEETING WEDNESDAY NIGHT at 8 p.m. IN CENTRAL SCHOOL AUDITORIUM lo be ajdfesset) by Senator DeVeber, W. C. Ive., E. W. Alford and the' MAYOR HARD1E and A. M. GRACE Ladies Eipecially Invited. IT WILL NOT BE NECEStARV FOR PRESIOEHT WILSON TO DENTS AT SUGAR FACTORY Raymond, Nov. Hitter warfare is rampaul ai l he Knight. Academy ilieiu Oiys. the seniors and the soph- Yes lord ay an ultimatum issued to the thai ir ibey dW not discontinue tiie senior elms which the Inter aJIt-go were stolen by ihcfr the ribbon be lorn otf by force. But this to say, Owen, who escaped witU his 1 life in a moel remarkably wxs injured but slightly, a few "flesh wounds being the only tnjury done ac a con sequence of the accident. Trycut for Orators On November 23 at 7-30 p.m. ihere Convene la the Sir it ward a tuost notable gatherfug, ibis the date decided on for tbe M..1. A. tryout for orators aad story tellers. Tbe wlnnwt In this compile with lie best speakers in atb, the.tlciors in the contest then the wieners in the other two sections of the Taylor stake and the two who art- i tlie contest v.itl try i-oucluslonB with tie winners In Ihe Aibvru slake- nal honor fhec the vic- arious icaiu.in the final test, they being the team to repreaeat tbe M. A. In Caaadm in ihe great competi- tion to be held lu Salt Luke in June, 2 mm OF Feruie. B.C. Nov. meeting of Daughters of tho Kmpire was held it tho homo of Mrs. John Roger, on Thurfday last, and a piOEmnmc for ihe work arranged, j. S. Seflscr, superintendent IHviGlon Great Northern JJaihv'ay, Fpent Thursday and, Friday.In the. city. While-here he was Interviewed by a JclcjatiOQ of the Board of Trade relft- live to having a more satisfactory train service between Fcrnic and Joining towns. Mrs. N. E. Suddaby returned frini f'algary on Thureday evening, where ilie bad heen lor the past two weclcn. JjfOms Ualazh, a miner, employed Creek mines was Injured Vy hav- ing his hand and font cniBhid on Thursday. He iV now In tiie hospital. The r'ernle .-.Mine Rcaone Station is busy placf, and under the Icatructlon of Mr. George O'Brien sev- enty candidates have.teen granted i ttficatea of competency. To obtain a certificate" the following >ork rauit he performed in the space of two hours, and In a room filled with tmoke: 1. Make fifteen laps over the cast and through tunnel. 2. Erect canvas in the tunnel ami as Jfir (he.top ot the overcast, raateila to" be lahen anfl returned over the ov fcrcasc. i Vaaler said than done, for the j although lacking 'lo Hie learning of itelr foee, were equally strong when it canoe lo brawn and louicle. Mailers tame to a head when after chapel tbe seniors ma.de t sudden rueh on Ihe poor students of the second yetr, tearing the bits of red anil white from their ualty and bruising many heads and arms IQ ihe But lha topba mllieJ forrep, and with that veil for which they are becbm j las furutrre. fieeii themselves from i ibeir assailants, and actually would made the proud Btniors bile the dual, bad nol tiie commanding voice of President llramwell resounded trough the hall. This drew off the canvas and iund. -1. Take dummy man on sirelrbor through the Untiel- and around Hit- room four-limes for each pair ot men. Carry each other mo'jnd the rcorn once, theu take leu lips over i dogs of war for tiie time b'jtnj, but the tnd is nut vol. Meanwhile are still, parading in tbe. red stairway, through iho tunnel, white. add the seniors are.said lio be In secret couclaTe every even- BIJOU To-day and To-morrow BIJOU 'A Moving Row of Magic Shapes That Comt and Go' "Man and Woman" Universal Weekly Picture Journal Thursday: "ROBINSON CRUSOE" when from every portion of Mormon church will compete. Tbs following Uienied yo-jng people the ones chosen to teV.e part In j tryout, and this number are the two will uphold the first reputation In the com! tig com- HelKr F. Allen, senior A Drama Worthy or Special Mention in Two Parts Cyclone'at Bluff Ranch A Breezy Comedy class orator; Helen Holmes, EtaSor cUss orator from the Y.UM.I.A.; Jas. R. MaciClean. senior class story-teller; Edith Meldmru, senior clfets story- toiler for fadlea; Reno Vance and .Mao onvJunEor elate contestants in ihe oratorical eonUzt; Paul Hedd and Melba Kirtham, Junior class coatcst- ants in the around the room. Krect brick stopping in ihe luc nel one and one-half bricks thicfc" vlth box regulator In- same, then ta'rte ihimmy man on stretcher around .the roe in atid through Ihe regulator twice or each pair of 'meii. Bricks to lie The em-oilmen I at the Academy is (rowing day, and there are 35 moiH attending than there %-erc this lime last year. The fore- j going was ihe statement of coolest. which they will treat! are not yet made known, but they TV th j be Interesting and worthy CopKre. so thai the public'may rest assured that the event will be well worth their at- tendance. 3 The first ward Is also busily cngag- in-rehearsing the strong atetern dramaj "Tbe which they win present some tlrij in the near future. .The comic "PrlscillEi" is alao under way, ftitU the musical director, Wllliaw Stone, in charge. The presidency, Messrs. D. G. S I-1 found. Heraovt 't and notasl lag. S. Crmvl ihirly-sii feet. if. Carry three lirops lo top of slair-. way, ar.d fit them in rilfce deslsnated. JO. Take dorm- props and return same lo place where found, I ideals and one which has already at- tracted one of. the fiuest bodies of students to bo found anjwnere in the neat. Additional equipment lo the amount tliree pieces of Itmlier vroviiei fortheiof is nfitig inslalleil In the afterwards mike, as mestlc science department. Ups possible around the room and orer the viithiii tlie lirail o[ wo granted a ceilificste or Walton Is doing 'a most excellent worl; imons the- girls.' The KrasbiM. ulicse only coaeoln- lion teems lo lie in the Ihoueht lliat the candidate las to pass an oral us- j they have a chance qt becoming' Sen. and not 'only are the quU- iors after-many years of toil, are By lions eiceedingly (eclmical and call no. means asleep. for an'intimate knowledge of the' ap- tiie which, they are forced to out the Etudeat mu'at "also be (lake a-IUi meeV submission .they- aro and ilij> gen- iactually pbniilps .a grand tall. THIS standpoint in iu whole his- tory. I It. Is moving his Jewelry and 'optical business from the Card j I hotel blaok across Broadway lo the building vacattd by tile Bile Millin- ery Co.. Port Huron, N'oY- rvrr.: vas thai-slie would Eniliiil to n'[ the strangest mysterits in tHe lion lull the destrucuon o llcjiiia niust .Sundaf's-iloiru was solved however, 'evSnt iriil-tuVe and tlie rreceoOs will be i'sed In the m- stallation of sanitary drinking fouif- latns in the college building. Separate mettinga held laal I Wednesday. InBtructors' Walton and Cszicr addressed ihe'gtrls O.-.H. the toys. Tiie talks wore fol- lowed doscly the students. i'resicient Bramweli and several members of "the faculty will attt'Qd !the confert-nce of the Alnerta' Btake of Vulcan, Nor. and Mrs. Del from honeymoon" Jast week auU will take up their re- Isldeacen Mr. Smith's farm west'ol. TO-NIGHT The most novel drama produced "The Message to Headquarters" What New York critics said: The moral of the play ie really good. The scoundrelly JSafia sets the -worst of it In the end. as all villains should. The gets the right girl- The Hero gels another one. The defeated scoundrels of the Matia set a very comfortable pay cheque for their horrid work. .So every ono is larly the audience. Iti factf if any audiesice could possibly ask for more exciting topsy-turvey stunts and hair- breadth eerapfs than the Messrs. have contrived in this are mighty hard to predict a. long and run for "The MesfiBfie to beg the authors, to carefully nurse their stock of thrillers In "order to avoid running out of material on future successes of a'similar nature. Other Big Attractions iiorlheasl ofisleamrrs went nc this part, as the'Cnarlfs S. Price, 'is 'botne o'.it hy the fact of.ClPTeIar.il. Tim" I'ruc, ,1 steaoier 1'ripf "was (ound 4 feet long, hasj.becn lying in since the storm, willj only the feet of the hotroni ol liet bow abuve water. is said to have, carried 'a crew 'of 2S, all of them must have lost.' Iprtaj: all efforts to identily the ilerrilct had hten" in vain. Ihm.u'Crft.many.conjectures a htr general opinion, a lle- gina llfr-lirlt. ThB litH was found adrift after Ihe sailor had jiunped front -the -sinking hont. -Hhip onnecs aTifi anxious relatives oi Ihe lost sailors of the.ei'ht boats which Vvciit don n in I, Ac Huron during the their ranch south of the Sugar-City. The sheep'were recently (m ported from'Montana and they are doing fint. V: Oliver MacCLean has received a call from Salt Lake City, informing -him thai he Is expected lo leave liiat city MtornV today hrgan another search Ion December 10 for a mission to'the Andjfpr. the bodlrs which arc beinj; [northern States. Mr Mfi'cOiean' many, conjectures to hnspprt .up almost .houilr along the'.now preparing for his is N'ov." Move than 21.000 alnsl LCcfdents at Sugar Factory i Two tnore ancitlenls happened this j week iu Ilie Knight sugar factory. Hichard OwcrRj while leaning ovnr a tank of boiling syrup, .was in a large sinft, and had lie nol been a heavy man, ho would undoubtedly was' reached a{ !Jiavc ucon Every' inch of clMTi- Mr. and 'Mrs. II. IV.'-Ileeves spent a .in Ferole last wee's. Mr. and K. left for Calgiary on Friday vchere they will in future.reside. "P. Peterson left lor.-Minnesota on Monday, where The Guild held a social evening on Thursday. The second edition of "The Vulcan of wit and huraorC was lead during the evening, F. A. Ekes made a business (rip on Monday. Ko'y Sauntfcr.s and hrlde arrived from Calgary on Monday. Arnold .Tones is taking up his real- deuce on the farm so-Jlh of town, which he recently purchased, Mr. Balstad is erecting a new resi- dence on -Minerva Street. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Ward diet] on Nov. S. Mr. and Mrs. David Hives oE, Cay ley, viaitcd their F. A. and II. li. Klvcs last Percy Myers left for Essex Centre, Ont., on November 10. What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows German physicians from awill and country districts have decided lo all over Germany, the example of their profcs- More tban two thirds ot all liie Cer- meetliiB in Berlin of more lhan of Ills shoes and jocks. orelhren'in Grett IJritain anrt declare a "doctors' against FlckneK and accident asso- riatlons established tinder tlie Im- perial Insurance laws. complain agatnil certain regulations under Hie lan-a which. aaj, mllllnlo' against tnero, pirttcularly one'dciiriTlns liic. patient ulio'ls a mombor of nn orjan- hutlon of any in the cliotce of the br whom he deslrts to be tretted. They object, too. to Ihe nliio (iscrellon given .to the In the milter of contracts with phyol- The rtschion lo declare a strilf! at- nians are nicnibors of orgnn- liallons which have their own contract physicians, and the remaining medi- cal field is overcrowded. The number were torn from his body. The other accident occurred in tlie engine room in which Richard an Eng- lishman, broke his loe (n Ihe sloVer. Officials of the company deplore the acclrjcnlfi, hut they pro- of" medics! studenls in Germany .has rcr cart is taken by the employees rieeii from in 1305, to HOOD, an isucli mishaps can be averted. increase utterly disproportionate lo the of popnlali6ii. The reanii is, according to statistics, that half of all (he physicians have incomes of ('UY K FIIC in00 niftft mJuivmnuniaiint yearly. n( Hcrlfn. Dresden, Ham- burg, and oher large did nol join in the movement', owing., it said. to (he desperate competition .among them. BAND SIX PIECtS MONDAY WEDNESDAY ANO SATURDAY AT TflE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS THE TURNIN' KINO J. Merkhuger, Waterloo, Out, tntliuaiasllcallt llercipctievce wtUi thttn, M >hr. outlines it, explihx whj. "I doubled wfch my nrites. "I Uken so riKtlicine I might wy my more nould only lie it My Moiuach felt raw.. I "Ready Money" "Xothine succeeds like success" tbo kejno'e of "Ready (he comedy-of love, rcmarjco anl tarills which Trill be seen at the Majestic Theatre lor two nights and Saturday matinee beginning Friday, Nov. 21st, with Robert Ober. .Under "the nian agemenl of WJUbm A. Brady, Ud., Stephen HiirJ. the hero, admits this aHer he realizes the wisdom ot those words spoken of a counterfeiter, Tho of "Ready '.Money" Hint of'a who is trying to obtain money to have some real gold dug of ]UE mine, so that ho marry his sweethoart, but he fiuds il very" dilrtcult to get anybody io believe his prospects are good, ex cepi the A New Year's Kve finds him -iown to his last quarter ot a dollar. Through a sories of-numor- during which he ena Blake, Adelaide Browneil, Clarence Rockfeller. Es eile Wynne, Mary Carlisle and rtf ten others, with a scenic environ raent of artistic beauty. A Remarkable Bill at the .Sherman Tonight tho theatre-going pubiii will have the pleasure of seeing tin programme ever offered for ap .Toval, All the acts are head-Hnara tach one being so exceplionally clev r that it would "be unfair to single .ny one act for special mention Youpcs of cleverly {rained animal re always appreciated, and Edwards .ntmals are remarkably clever, per orrclng many original wit: n intelHgenc'e almost human, Maril has a charming person anti her c'ltver rendering: songs interspersed with hum irons stories, is bound make hec a with all audiences, Dav in( Co. and Boli Harmop Co urnEsli original comedy sketches 'an heir acts are so full of'contagiou Tiirth ihe auditors are convulsed wit aiighicr. The management comriien he performance as the best ever pri senleri. Matinee? are given 'dally a four sons aad one daughter are left to mourn his less. In, Kindonan and St.. Andrews it i-t j related that at Ihe last election, ione j of Ihe voters required a KCOi of read of Ni-Dni-Co UKct "practical" pcrs-.iatloti. He threw au( j lml lflme t hint Ibkl ne mlglil'Biijipart a camli-j dMe wno was opposed lo (the, Jor.deri. litnujj Mjlhing Tolcr's) well-known "polillca." The j wrong-vilh his slomach: shovld give voter called on one of the chief men i Xa-Dtn-Co TaWtls t trill, land confeafitd thai chinse nr! llicj will do the My atOHMh li ss he called It almost j BM I em j complete. j i safd tiie chic' so and cast i h'wlial raake joiir The relief they giv< from Ilie accenl on rtnlijlenct, biliousness tnA. Ajtfejmt' but imagine the. rentier-. nutlon ihn tlilef. man when the TOlfrf reappeared-the tte el eel Ion and itaMf 'Jim, I'm 'raid I'm lurcin' afain." good of prompt mid pirmjintnt. 'Try esch make jtm feel like a new person. bar al yoar coni-' pounded hy the Xailonal Dnc and Chemical W lAurf, Xoatnal 144 Taber. N'or. was n fairly large gathering of farmera at the rneolJnf called on Saturday adtrnoon tVdisuisB tiie proposal to secure Irri- gation for the Tabor district, by means