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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .TiK'sday, 19, 1912 Tlffi DAILY IIKKALD PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pure, Cream of Tarter Powder Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer of Health of the City of London, Eng., was good enough to say that a long and universal experience has proved a cream of tartar powder the most effi- cient, safe and economical, making food which could not be deleterious to the most delicate stomach. In England the sale of baking powder containing alum is absolutely prohibited. WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ THE LABEL, SELECTED 1HE II Judge Ryan to Have f harge of B.C. Mineral Exhibit at Chicago Big Announcement Crnnbrnok, Nov. IS. The Hon. Price ICHison, minister of finance :iud agriculture, 1ms approved o( the ap- pointment of Judge Kyan Jo take charge of the H. C. mineral exhibit at the Chicago Land Fair, which is bc- i ing held in that city from N'ovemter 23rd to December 12th, and lies di- rected him to proceed immediately to Chicago. It will he remembered that at the; Leihbridge Dry-Farming. Con-, gross great interest was taken hy Last Time To-day Our Splendid Dramatic Program, Including The Wife of the Hills A PEERLESS "WESTERN" STILL ANOTHER WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY A Glorloui, Hand Colored, Two-Reel, Superb Production. Admittedly the most vigorous, wonderful and superb liro- ductlon ever shown by us, .and that's going some, considering such past features as "Attacked by a Lion" "Their Lives for "The Refugees Casket" and the host of other great attractions too numerous to mention. We are safe in saying this feature beats them all. DON'T MISS IT. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO} j the Hon. Mr. Kilison in the Hand Colored Features at Starland For tomorrow., and Thursday, tl: management of: Starland announce tli showing of one of the most beautifi oi this district and he arranged that and superb features ever produced 1 the whole lot should he taken to Chi- th'e showing of the two reel, hand co cago at the government expcnsi: on ored feature, "The King's day, night did considerable damage in Frank. The the tipple. blown oft and several buildings badly .wrecked. Fire broke out in the Miners' Ho- tel at Frank about two o'clock Mon- day morning, destroying several of the upstairs rooms with their con- tents, before it was subdued. The, hotel is not doing business at the present time, hue the late manager with liis family was 'living in the building in the capacity of carc- Colcman, Nov. 1S.-A. gale of wind' "ml HOUSES ROCKED AND THINGS BLEW ABOUT SMALL FIRE AT FRANK NEW ASSOCIATION FORMED WITH GOOD MEN AT ITS HEAD the understanding they were to be re- turned to t'ranbrook. It would be impossible to find a bet- ter man than Judge Ryan to taku charge of this exhibit as he knows both the district and his subject thor- oughly and lie has personally visited every.mining camp within a radius oi many miles of -the city. He has, faith in UK mining possibilities of this locality. The ..exhibit on., this occasion will te practically the 'same as that 'shown at for a few addi- tions which have recently keen made. The recant additions include some fine a11 opportunity of heanng one of th samples of ore from Michael Sbira's world's greatest contraltos in the per 'claims on Lewis Creek and. Tracey son of Miss fcva Mylott at tue Majes i Creek from Shookumchuk Creek and tic Theatre on Thursday, 28th lust from the McNiar. property. Another The concert will be under the dts addition-is a practically pure sample Anguished patronage of Lieut-Cover !of graphite which Judge Ryan rcceiv- "or Bulyea and will he under tli ed a few days ago and which is pure auspices of the Nursing Mission. Miss enough to resist the action of fuming Mylott's singing is always satisfying nitric-acid, the supreme test for g.ra- She is possessed of a marvellous voice phite. Tins is the first occasion n which has few if any equals. The European impersonation of more tha ordinary merit. The hand colore productions...shown at Starland fron- tline to time have proven to he and this offering 'will suredly, prove to be equal to j shown here previously. On the eame program will also h shown the Warwick Animated Weekl a gazette rivalling any of the week lies now being; shown. Nursing Mission Concert Lclhbridge concert goers will hav> which gai a velocity of Edmonton, Nov. officers of which graphite has teen found in thc Kootenay district. No man can es- timate ultimate good which will accrue to this district as a nvning country through this advertisement. Thc of Trade desire it to generally known that if ladies cf the Nursing Mission are leaving no stone unturned to make the concert a srand success. Assist ing Miss Mylott will be Miss Hilda Aitkeii, a very charming and heauti ful artist whose planistic attainments he quite hciivv. The u. generally known that if any person sure to win favor Rhyntl Jamie "lle" building is thc property-of the Cana- "lc Alberta Town Planning and ln iM is 0, baritonei sln two groups ol IlfHISinir i.hi. firct nrr-.Vm- ,1 a a i songs. The scat sale is now open al Allin's hook store where re t-ervations should be ma-de early to prevent disappointment. Schubert Symphony Club 'The Edmonton Daily Capital has the following to say regarding the Schuberts who appear in Wesley church on Saturday evening under leader of the opposition..11 Hon. Pearce, The weather here is ;very mild out again, time of the yrai, aitliouch tlicru-''COAnncd principally to th 'Myas a Fall of snow which measured slnry containing the ,nt 20 inches on the level .two weeks ago. j M.-O'llrien, Socialist n-cm- CaIKary Superintendent ol Schools C. S.in- ber for Mountajn riding, som, of a couple oi in lown totia', one of Ws days in town the latter part of last birthdays, week, inspecting the public; premier; the Hon.: A, pies or their value in 1 Dr. H. M. Tory, George S. Me-expressed himself well pleased with thc school huilding, equipment and .stafi uC teachers em- ployed. Oamu is very plentiful in the cinity of Colcimm, especially so the South Fork. If. is a' common, sight Lo see deer while riding along the trail, and they 'seem in nowise frightened al. the sight of man and, horse. i The high wind which prevailed Swi-j .GOES TO THE C. P. R, Vancouver, Nov. of Po- lice R. F.( Chamberlain, for five and i fi hall' years head of the-Vancouver j force, resigned today id take a posl- Alherta universi strong, J. Mitchell, Calgary. Second Superintend- met her LMit- of Parks Von Auherg, Edmonton. Wray I.cmon, Cal- gary. "The obji'fts of this association nre WATERWAYS COMMISSION SITTING AT WASHINGTON Washington, Nov. interna- tlonal Joint Commission, which deals! the auspices of the -choir: I with boundary and other questions inj The Schubert Symphony club gave dispute between" Canada and thc U. S.' tion with the Canadian Pacific in ihe report o[ lhe way at Montreal. He will probably committee on organization "The object of this association art: to aid municipalities in their im- provement and extension to insure a proper development of thc town ho succeeded by Deputy-Commission- er Fuller. i city on hygienic, convenient and Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twiir screw -steam- ers sailing -from -Montreal and Glasgow every -Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now the best, it costs no more. Apply to any.railway, steam- ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent; 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, CHANGES IN 'PHONE STAFF Cranbrook, R. C., Nov. fftomcr. Jones, who for some time' tistic lines and to secure legislation jpast has been general accountant to looking to thai end. j thc Kootenay Telephone1 company in i town, severed his connections' ARRESTED IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Nov. Mackey, clerk in the C.P.R. superintendent's wanted by the police of Regina for ?.l- odice has accepted the vacant with the company on Saturday last1 Mr. S. L. Coop, formerly chief posi-i Icged thefts there and at Wolseley, j Susk., was arrested here tonight. Charles A. A Ha. Mngrnth, of Lethlmdge, Tourist Sleepers To QUEBEC FT. JOHN connecting with November-December Sailings WINTER Excursion Rates On Sale daily, Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. Reserve berths now for CHRISTMAS SHIPS See Local Agent for details or Write J. S.'CARTER Gonl. Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg PRESIDENT. AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES artistic success. The program was ar- ranged to meet the appreciation of a program last night at the Westmin- today, ster church thatjvas an umiualified in session for a week or mere. Probably tlie most complett; ques tion uken un is that concerning the pollution of the waters dividing the two countries. These include more than miles along the St. Lawrence river and the Great Lakes, and the problem affects a number of the large cities. The proposal to construct a dam for the protection of the Livingston channel in the Detroit river also will be dis- cussed. The Canadian members, who reach- ed hero today, are Thomas C. Cas- graiu, K.C., of Montreal; Henry A. ;HowcIl, K.C.. of New 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 A. Co.'s Drug Store MORRIS THEATRE FIREMEN'S FUND BENEFIT The Season's Most Elaborate Musieal Offering Hallowell Concert Company ASSISTED BY J. Lester Haberkorn, Baritone A Musical Festival of Standard Overtures, Characteristic and criptivc Masterpieces. Popular and Standard Selections. Friday, November 29th Admission Sl.OO Strauss, ski, Tartini, Schumann and Donizetti vere included in the numbers. The opening quartette, "Grand Valse do Concert" was given quite an ovation. To those who failed to ap- preciate the splendid quality of the that blended, made such har- nony, and the exquisite shading that vas introduced to produce that pro- ferty sometimes referred to as sym lathy in a rendition, there was at east the appreciation of four harming artistes as have appeared efore an Edmonton audience. The oprano solo, an aria from the mad i Leeta cene from "Hamlet" gave i- excellent opportunity to tonal quality and dra- The contralto solo by She's on the warpath again She's always most active when he nipping winds set others shivering. They bring her out about to get ready that basin of warm, satisfying soup which looks so yood, smells so good, and well, just try a basin yourself and see. It's m.'tcle of prime beef .ind the choicest of Irish And ;is there's no over- stronjj, added tlavourfmr, it N ihc in.'iking of ;my other soup or made dibh. 'ordei isplay good tatic fervor, jorlc-Zendt Purcell scored with the udience, for ftliss Purcell has a sweet ivid voice evenly balanced in its an go. Then there was the monologist, an rresistible young woman with a way ith her that established friendly re- lions almost before she had time pen her lins. And last of all there the central of the whole insical organization, T.homus Valen- no Purcell. In appearance this art- it is tho popular conception of what violinist should be, slender, seem- igly swayed by the harmony he pro- nee s from his Instrument. And In he meets with tho approval of even the harshest critics. Though capable of producing an astonishing volume of sound when the piece calls; MR. HAULTAIN WAS PRAISED BY BOTH PARTIES IN THE LEG- ISLATURE Regina, Nov. reappearance of Prqir-'icr Scott in the ently greatly restored in health, gistio references to the late opposi- tion leader, Hon. F. W. from both Sides oi the G. Haultajn, house, moving anil seconding of the address in reply to thc speech from the throne by S. .J. Latta, of Last, Mountain, and Mr. Devlin, of Kinstino, and the maiden speech of the new bppo- sition leader, B. ot iMoose Jaw, constituted the inain. fea- tures of today's proceedings in the legislature. Premier Scott, in re- ferring to Haultain's elevation to Hit1 chief justiceship, said that he felt' certain that everyone in the house and throughout the province would join with him in the wish that1 Mr. Haultahi would have many yearn'-of usefulness in high duties as chief jus- tice for Saskatchewan. Mr. Willuiighhy in his maiden effort expressed bis diffidence'at succeeding such as man as Mr. TTaultain, lie remarked, "of great natur- al ability and a distinguished parlia- imentarian." The debate on the ad- l-Jverv number was received with gon- fa I Arcss hy continued tomorrow by, E. Hradshaw, of Prince Albert. for such, it is when Purcell is paint- ing whin might he described as tonal psstels that his exquisite art shows. uine delight by hall. Thc closed with the whole club in selections from UKJ opera, "Dorothy." The scat, sale is at Jackson Co.'s drug store. POSSE IN PURSUIT OF BANDITS ARRESTED FIVE SUS- PICION SOUPS 5c. per packet. Edwards' Desiccated Soup is mads in three varieties i oinato. The nrowii vaiieiy is a thick, soap prepared from beef and fresh vegetables. The U oil for half an hour. Lois of dainty new dishes in our new Cook Hoolt. Wiiie for n copy post free. Ottumwa, Iowa, Nov. Chi- cago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Hail- way Southwest Limited, between Kansas City and Chicago due here at a.m. was held up at by two bandits between Ottumwa and Mystic. Thc men hoarded the train at Mystic and a [tor robbing thc passengers compelled them to hold un their hands until thc train pulled into tlir Ottuinwn stntic.n. The hiindits rscapod here. Thc jiolirc jind a .slicrilY posfic havo" iiriCKiud live, ESCOTT HARMER Winnipcf] Representatives for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Alberu. 10. M. Criviil, pastor of Iminnn- iitd lOvangefical chnrrli, Hcrlin, Out.. la doad at Drirnit vvln'i'n lie had opcratod on, 'ITi. He died while under tho The Experienced Cook Says: "I ust A 1 fa e r ta's Best Baking be- cause I know from actual test that it never fails me." You, too. will find it invaluab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole-, some, dependable right in quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it. ;