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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 18th, 1JM2. TTTE DAILY HERALD THE GRIM REAPER WORKS Decides in TUDnilPU Mrnirrvrrn nniru. (JUIJ "1 THROUGH NEGLECTED GOLDS A slight cold does not suggest serious danger, hut the suddenness with which a slight cold becomes a serious cold leads to apalling consequences. A slight cold demands immediate treatment. Matli.ieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver. Oil taken at the outset removes all possible danger. It heals the inflamed parts, the tissue and builds up the whole system to defy further attacks. The Tar is the healing agent. The Cod Liver Oil the strength- ening element; combined properly as in Mathieu's Syrup they ara invincible. Large bottle 35 For nale'at all dealers. When headache mil fever arc present witli cold lake Mathlcu's Nervine I'owdcis 10 reduce the fever tlic pain. J. p MAtbfeu Co., Propi.i Slierbroske. Quc. (C) Distributors for Western Foiey Bros., Larson Co. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, saskatoon Favor of Banke (Continued from front Mn.-J. B. -CARLISLE DEAD Toronto, Nor. B. Carlisle, ftgeil formerly 'one of the best known men in Canada, died yesterday in Dr. Hutchinsdu's 317 Sh'er- hourne street. He called at' the doctor's office at p.m: The doctor was absent, and the maid left ilr. Carlisle seated. When the physician came in ten min- utes-later he found a lifeless body irhich was removed to the morgue. MT. Carlisle founded the Manufact- Assurance Co. Thos, Caulfield, an engineer, former- .ly'of Stratford, was killed, in a, train in Texas, in Toronto. lie leaves a sister his had not checked the same, for was shown that when the new ma I'.fior, Dflblo, had checked them th still bore lilngham'ti Initials. Should it "ot he lonsiderod th the bank books wore checked Oui. by. the inspector, and; sur ly, if irregu la-Tit it's were noticed Jh should have been reported on, H such did not appear cas If the head ofllc0 knew that Blhghn was doing-'work which, according tlie .grucu book, he should not ha boon doing, then the rules of (1 green book counted for -iioi Checking deposits would in .no 'wa have helped Douglas to discover ih frauds. In having the offices' oi countant and teller in one person tl bank was taking chtvnees. The Winnipeg branch had Bin ham's signature, and. its attentio should have been drawn to the fa discard pastc-d-in rules, and to givi attention to original rules only. Juryman Farmer here interrupted putting a new complexion on thi case. The checking, he said, could not have prevented the theft of cash for It would only take place after the thieving had been accomplished What constituted the proper check- ing of the cash book? asked His Doble had said it was see- if balances tallied. If every item was to be gone over, then it was or the jury to decide if Douglas -was ponsible. Again, the jury woulc lave to decide it the checking of de- losits was part of the duties of Douglas. If doing so would have in finding out defalcations, nd defendant had failed on what hey regarded his' duties, then he was ia-Dle to the bank for all losses. His Lordship then 'went into the latter of what constituted loss-as in amount claimed by the bank, lums refunded should be applied to out the oldest part of amount ost by the bank, in the absence of pecific appropriations made by the At the conclusion of the case Mr.; Douglas was the recipient of .con- j ratulatlons from his friends. A Correction Through a misunderstanding of iu- ormfition supplied, .Mr. Douglas was aid to have met and married Miss alley after he had resigned his po- tion In the bank. This it appears ow is not the case, he having been larried to. Miss Diilley at Maclcod. fairness to Mr. Douglas, and to revent any unwarranted inference, is fact should be stated. ergeant Bill Lamb Was Arrested (Continued from front "The Red Rose" Delights Capacity Audience Musical comedy certainly has a llrm hold on the people- of iliis city, judg- ing from the vast audk'iice which turned out at the Majestic Theatre last Saturday evening to witness th production of "The Hod a nius cal comedy in three acts. Without any sense detracting from th satisfactory nature of the pen'on ance, one cannot refrain from con menting on the weak attempt of tl librettists to evolve a book which not in any way clover. Harry Smith and Robert B. Smith are a mittcdiy prolific writers, but ihe soo er they turn tiieir minds to origi work the better. The music is pn altogether what it might have bee although Robert Hood IJowers revea Hashes of cleverness, notably in t! second and third acts. There is oi outstanding feature to be noted that is the fact that "The Red Rose lu the hands of a less capable coi pany than that headed by 2oe Ba nett would not fare very well. Th piece requires a strong cast of fu makers and dancers, in addition t a bevy of attractive girls who "at th risk of catching a show handsome gowns and exhibit rime ingerie. Moreover, the scenic effect artistically arranged enhance the pro ductimi greatly. Zoe Barnett in th character of Lola, an artist's mode although obviously suffering from cold, won tiie favor of the audience is an accomplished and petit comedienne whose 'work is usuall marked by refinement. On this occa sion she sang and danced herself int he good graces of the audience, win ning a bis after each of her ntim jers. Particularly during the secom act in the song hits "The Queen o 'anity Fair" the waltz was Miss Barnett found a er uest. In passing one might sug gest that the waltz duet was a tain iff on the "Merry Widow." The onlj nember of the cast who seemed able o use his voic-3 to advantage was David Reese, the possessor of a iighi enor voice of power and excellent aiTying quality. This gentleman hould nave had more opportunities display his. vocal talent. Laura affray'in tho part-of Gyp sang at ractively. The central figure in the omedy Catlett, who in the character of Spiegel kept, the and ienc-e In a continuous state of humor Charlotte Philbrick, a clever corned ienne, as Madame Joyant cavorted all over the stage in her appearances with Spiegel and aided materially in the fun The remaining mem hers of the cast were equally success The Lethbridge Clothing House Old Stand Beside A. I. Bldg. Opp. Gait Park fill in their respective parts. The "Students' Glide" was another version of "Tire Turkey and did not cause aay sensation. The production of "The Red Rose'; on the 'whole, however, reflects credit on the management of the theatre in his desire lo give Lethbridge a better class of shows. Tho attraction wa the bsst in its line we have had here this season. The large audience was proof of the assertion that Lethbridge wants theatrical attractions. The Detective-Sergeant Kroning left this of Majestic Theatre and orning for Cranbrook. The Spokane w- B- Sherman ought to come to- wycr will be brought back to Loth-' sether at once antl Put tlle building Ige tomorrow and will stand trial j in proper shape. There is an unfer- tile charge of Kidnapping and also' tuuate matter which I wish lo call c charge of unlawfully "procvringj attention 10, namely, the fact that e entry into United States ot are- despite the announcement that the lent of Canada. curtain would rise at S.30, scores of Sergt. Lamb was arraigned tliis- people kept crowding in half an hour orning at Uic close of police court! late. Punctuality is a habit: so is be- (1 was allowed out on his own re- ing late. Latecomers should take no- gnizances. j tice and remember that there are The against- procuring entry of! other people to consider. It is under- sidents of Canada into the United stood "The Hed Rose" company will States unlawfully is very strict, the a return engagement here in tup extreme penalty in case of being 25 rears. CAVE-IN IN Wooster, Ohio. COAL Nov. MINE 'Utzelr and William Graybill 'were smothered to death by a of quicksand at the bottom of a sixty foot shaft in the Wertz coai mine at. Dal ton early today. Five othei miners had just left the shaft. The Grandview Motel, the postoffice, a poolroom live stores tit River, Ont., were burned. Less, 000. Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Representing Can. I'ac. Hallway Royal Mall Steamers. Canadian Northern Railway Royal Mail Steamers. Allan Line Royal ers. White Star, Montreal, Quebec Boston, and New York Service. Cunnrd Line, New 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 Steams hip linns. Reduced ruil faros In connec- tion Information as to arrival mid departures of boats of the various lines cheerfully given. Call or S. 3. MITCHELL. Ticket Aganf, Q.P.R. Lethbridga is if the theatre is still operated by Mr. Sherman, which one hopes it will be. Schubert Ladies Quartette The program pandered by the Schu- bert Co. is entirely devoid of waits Pleasing the people is a trade wit) this famous organization, and thej kno'w that tiresome waits are not part of an enjoyable program, Al though Ihcii' program is bright and c-nt-srtainiujj, and contains a great dea. pure fun, it is so refined in character and the laughs so wholesome, that it U endorsed and patronized by HIP most sclent people everywhere. Hero them in Wesley church on Saturday evening, first under ihe auspices of the choir. Tickets Tiic and al Jackson c.o.'s drug store. Interesting Program at Starland A very program is bf ing shown at Starland today, Lhcr being ;ui entire change throughout. Foremost on the bill is a spirited western drama entitled, "A Wife, cf the with the celebrated motion picture actor 0. M. Anderson portray- ing the loinliiig role. Mr. Anderson IK the originator of the popular "Rroncbo Billy" character, and is so en at his best In this production. Another line attraction on the pro- gTOiii is thp drama, "As tho Fate's an exceptionally ap- pealing story. To fill the hill two other soon subjects have bcvMi sn- leoted in tlio offerings "A Hospital a dean cut comedy, and "Temples of Ancirni. another of Hi..' splendid Kaloni travel series. With such a good all round proRram as this, Starland will doubtless bo well (Hied at overy performance to- day and tomorrow. We Start the Week High! with a Program TODAY AXJ) TOMORROW "A Wife of the Hills" A Strong, Vigorous, Taje of the Dayi of Adven- ture In tire Old West. A Powerful Feature. "A Hospital Hoax" Twould make a Sick Man Well. In this, how- ever, a well man plays sick. Is It Funny? Well see It. "Temples of Egypt" One of our Splendid Travel Series, Taken amW the Historic Ruins of Ancient Egypt. "As the Fates Decree" Not Fsie, but Good Judgment Decrees that we always give our patrons the best. Here Is a pro- duction we stamp with our guarantee. Nursing Mission Concert Miss Eva Myloit, the wonderfu Australian contralto, who appears a the Majestic Theatre on Thursday evening, 28th inst., under the auspice; of the Nursing Mission, will sing a variety of magnificent songs whicl every music lover in -the city shoulf hear. The concert, which will under the distinguished patronage o Lieut. Governor Hulyea, will be one of the big musical events of the sea son. Miss Hilda wVltken, a brlllian pianist assist Miss Mylott, an< Rhynd Jamiesorij 'baritone, at the re quest of the latter, will also aid in the program. The ladies of the Nurs- ng Mission are anticipating a capac- ity audience. Seats can now be re- served at Kenny Aliih's drug store. This Beats Nordlca In the matter of flesh reducers, Mme. Blanche Arral, the French Jnger, .who has come to America 'or a concert tour, goes Mme. Lillian Nordica one better. While the latter s placing ou the market a remedy whereby she was reduced to her pre- sent graceful proportions, Mme. Arral vroposes to give away, "free, gratis, for the formula for a con- coction that wrought in her a similar change. When Mine. Arral was heard n this country three years ago she answered the descriptiou that Eu- e Field once gave of another prl- ma square-rigged little singer with a number pounds too much." She has now, from all ac- counts, as trim and svelte a figure .3 the concert field can boast. The Yeuch singer states that her "auti- at" remedy was given her by an old Indian doctor iu Bombay, the ather of an "ayah" she had taken with her on a tour Australia. MacDowell's Sense of Fun "What a rich and interesting mind 10 had, well stored with anecdote au-d well read In ail sorts of and curious lore, and iessed of a sense of humor, which ras absolutely resistible. In fact, it vould seem that the comic side of hiiigs vvas that 'which struck him irst. Wittlcisnig seemed to constant- r sparkle from him. He seemed to augh with his eyes, for when very inch amused he would blink them In most comical manner, giving the cct of flashes of-mirth. Then the cli- ax would come in a laugh, which, tough almost entirely devoid oC bois- erousness, would give one the impres- ion of a considerable cataclysm go- ig on somewh-arc in the depths of his F. Gilbert, in New Music eview. Those Legs In the days of the bard of Avon nd Elizabethan courtiers, a well-tuvn- d masculine leg was something to he oasted of openly, whereas present- ay habiliments obviate Invidious com arison. Only heroes of Uio prize Tig and the opera stage are now priv- eged to exploit this ancient claim to ersonal, beauty in their individual ises. With the Quinlan Opera Co., n Us long tour of Australia and outb Africa last winter and spring as the English tenor, John Coates.: POPULAR FAVORITES IN LETHBRIDGE Schubert Symphony Club MUSICAL ENTERTAINERS Under the Auspices of the Choir WESLEY CHURCH Saturday, Nov. 23, 8.30 prompt and 50c. At Jackson Coi's Drug Store Speaking the other day of his experi- ences in Johannesburg, he casually remarked as a "by-t he-way" the fact that "a lady gave my wife- a beautiful necklet in the diamond city, because, I she said, she had seen me as Rha-i dames, and liked my An elo-j :iuent commentary on the standard of rank-and-file music criticism in South Africa! London, Nov. Canadian As- ociiilcd Press is informed that a clieine shortly will be submitted to he shareholders of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation company, 125 for common stock paying ight per cent. The late Lord Kur.- icss purchased shares just be- ore his death, im'mg the'opi'on to a .veil known shipping group here to icquirc his share. Tlie same gLouj) lave options on one or two .small steamboat companies, which will thein a fleet of i75 vessels, thcuehy constituting one of the largest steam- ship trusts known. TISE Photographer All Work Guaranteed 906-3M Are. S. Beside Baptist cluircli HAD TOO MUCH WORK Ottawa. Nov. Frank Co- chraue, because of the pressing dut- ies, has resigned from the treasury board. He will be succeeded by Hon. Dr. Reid, Minister o[ Customs. VALUE NOVA SCOTIA BONDS London, Nov. of Nova Scotia, 1US4, per cent, registered stocks are today quoted at Pagnuelo Water of Quality That delightful, soothing, thirst-quenching table beverage. MAGI possesses a delicious and zestful saline flavor and is an unexcelled preventive against gout, rheumatism and digestive dis- orders. Drink MAGI in your home and olltce. It will you in good health. Sparkling MAGI for Table use. Still MAGI for Medicinal Purposes. Per pint hot. dozen plfltt ilAGJ, Sparkling, for table use 15c. Per Qt. hot. dozen qts MAGI, Still, for .Medicinal purposes............30c. A DAN Every Occasion j- The Perfect Table Water For social hanqueis. cluus, or at-homes AD A NAG meets its greatest appreciation. Us absolute Purity, deHcloun "tang" and perfect blending qualities rendering it ideal for such oc- casions. Next time try A DA .VAC. For at nil the Hotels and Clubs. Bottled by The Caledonia Springs Co., Lid., Caledonia Springs, Ont., ADANAC, the perfect table water.................. Per dozen pints, JAMES BUCHANAN CO., LTD. GLASGOW AND LONDON We arc just in receipt of a shipment of Buchanan's fine Scotch Whipkies. shipped direct lo from Glasgow. Connoisseurs all agree thai Huchaimn's Whiskies are the very best they over tasted. Solocled for our best trade. 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