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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETTTKKTDCJK DAILY HERALD November 20, Victor-Victi ew what pleasure into your home, you one for a single day. Victrola X Any "His Master's dealer in any City in Canada will gladly play any music you wish to hear. Victor-Yictrolas 120 to S300. Gram-6-phones to Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited Carry the only Full and Complete Stock of Victor-Victrolas in the city together with 3000 Records. Visit our Victor Department Today and hear your favorite songs by the world's best artists. DOMINION BLOCK RISCH, LTD. LETHBRIDGE iVictroIas Sold on Easy Payments if Desired! Victor-Victrola XIV O-- THE SLY YOFT1I LIBERALS TOOK NO PART IN i.C.ONSEa- VATivE.jS'ATIONAUST SCRAP Li. S. GRANGERS" ARE TO EMU- LATE EXAMPLE SET IN'.CAN'ADA Spokane, Wash., Nov. enactment oE the parcels post law. While the bill passed is not all the" grange hoped tor, he said it would gel j loyiil support from grangers, adding: I "Hut should, instead of ing our efforts, redouble our energy: to .secure ;i general parcels post sys- leui that will he equitable and just; and which will best serve all our peo-' pic." One of Hie important figures ut the convention is Mrs. G. Hainl, of Minneapolis, the only woman state MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted, by FJDELIO) master, v.'ho lias li "The King's Double" at Starland A feature of worth being shown at Star laud toilay is the beau- litul two reel production "The King's Double." Reproduced' HI natural col- ors, and with a woivdcrful story of ;ul- coiipled with tbe very excellent music rendered by tlio Monarch's own or- chestra, assures patrons a very pleas- IR-II tlie oilier iu j throughout, (his will prove to Xov I urns (V "i for good for 18 years. Mrs. Haiul! IJR one of the best ill tractions b'hown rei-'-hiH- sceie- building next big thingiamiorniees IS hcr last ul siurland for some lime, itf "-he. 'roveni-' as'keil of contrreys bv tlie National snc 's planning to leave lUrniiesotai The management of .Starland is Iii'- blaster the near future. j sparing neither trouble.' nor expense the ilei'isive ma'oritv o'i i Wilson, of IVnria, 111., on the open-; H. Kegley, of Palousc. to secure tbe vt-ry best obtainable in 11j I- C'Ol af the forty-sixth animal grange State Grange Master, 'is over-j the motion picture world, which in believe the public highway is .a public added ilr. Wilson. "There is just as much reason fni! fortll> meets tiurini-; the gr; js j convention. affairs nf the convention. IMrJ is ampJy verified by is chairman of the Farmers1; ment that in addition to ihe above the announce He: "Then you have no objection to admitting we are "No, but why do you want to He: 'Tm going away, you know, and it's such a protection when the annoy Times. combine. There was inii'ieM HI the Oit? Literals deciding not "to contest' the viiltnjr, i improving the. highways as there j preiVrriMg to await ilie announcement for improvinc the waterways. are November magnificent and superb two reel tbril. oi ihe Consiervative naval policy. Co-jsoing after this object in all tnc good, will be the leading at.tractioi I for Friday and Saturday, when the .j magnificent and superb two reel tbri] grangers will visit the liflli Na-j ]er "A Son of Mars" will be shown. j ilerre bad majority at the anti the grange- will not drop 'erai elections, ibis lime he had- j the fight until the govcr There hundreds of Liberals v.'ho' iHd not go to the polls. It. was none j 'Tar I of thrir It was a ]if be- f tonal Apple slmw, iment aids inikami' ______________ 'prs from 33' RANCHERS WANT held in A Case of Work said a book agent to busy editor, ''to tall your attention i a Httle .work thai I have here." replied the ectiior. "Well, et.nie call your attention to a whole lot of work thai. I have change. Baking :-.orla oh a damp cloth will Photographer All (-jiu Avc. S. jilisl ucen 1'rcniiei- Hi "den's man and Kcnluckv heini sUvhile allies. 1307 (if stales arc here for the convention, tin: only slate, having im'inhcrship that was not represent- CAUGHT COLD WHILE WITH THE ARF.1Y--AUSTRIA TO 'HIS RECOVERY nit-r Hor.l As rmk-rrt: jiot iwt (.1 ms ,ipK-giitc3 on ihe opening day. iirity in the Thc visilors pliu.rtainwl at a g division of "Montreal, i.f is. bnUiaiit reception in the Spokane nmniber of: ruriimerce on the opening night, addresses of welcome, being de- ilf: liveied bv Oovprnor Marion K. liny, Washinglon, Mayor Willian? J. dun. Xov. 20. The Austrian el is, disposed to await Servia s King i'clor lias returnei! froui r.skub. 10 rlc.spatr-h to .Muil. v. 'to colt! on hi.s Mil t'skub, i.s seriousl_y ;H LIU! cinni n> ihe rajiital may i.c icineil nulejMiiti'Iy. Tlie atleti '-uii.y. MiniJi iliiit lie may be tii bed inr several ueeiis. serious, split among t (liiiiis supported (jenerai election. The Labor ttii; beyond wbat wa? Armand There wiis no anno that there he I'vench-rana- Horrien at had no hi gjiven him Suok.ine, President H. BIG HOTEL FOR TORONTO the f'bamber of Com- mcrce, ;iiiil K. M. .March, chairman oi the local arrangements commit tec. New York is (he only city at' pres- (pnt actively bidding for the 1913 cini- !vention. .Sentiment among tlie mem- jbers the Irrigation except in so far as the lessee ia com-orned.' MR. PRINGLE GETS A JOB part favor-j Oltnwu. Xov. A. Pringlc, K. TS some in id- C., tx-.M.F'., been appointed' a special I'ommiasionor by the govern- ment, 10 into all circum- stances surrounding the wreck of the iUnyflowfM- a week ago in' the .Mada- w a sic a river. CANELAJOS acknowledged everywhere to he the most "up-to-date" musical company (ravelling.1 Everybody likes music, and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh. A delightful blending of pure fun ami tine music is one reason why the above company has won its way to the ton notch of public, esteem. The Monarch Theatre Tho management of this popular theatre have an exceptionally good programme to present to their pat- rails tonight, including "A Urnlieman n Western play of rom- pellinj; interest; 'Thrshted by Prise-il- a roaring British comedy, and the Rex production. "Through .Mem- ory a moral play of great strength. The above photo-plays, Miss Mylott's Singing' On. Thursday evening, 28Ui ihst. In the Alftjestie Theatre under'.the aus- pices Of the Nursing Mission the citi- zens of Lethbridge will have the op: portunity of hearing one of the lines', contraltos in tbe world toduy, .Miss Eva Aiylott. the famous priina dciina. No pains arw bwing spared by tlie ladies of. the Nursing Mission to thfl confer t a grand success. Lient.- Governor Buiyea has kindly 'consented to act as patron. Miss Mylott will have the assistance of Mill Hilda Ait- Ken, a talented ami Rhynd Jamieson, baritone. iMiss Myloti's singing so far on her tour has creat- ed a wonderful impression.. __-.-- At the Morris There wiis'iieady ii full hoiiEn last night to greet the English [mportal Hand rtell Kingers. and, judging by the applause accorded them, every, one was satisfied with the perform- ance given. The company consisted nine musicians and vocalists, for, apart; from the programme of hand boll ringing, there 'were some pretty good songs rendered. Mr. Fred Wil- the comedian, certainly got his hearers in good humor with his. songs, his "1 kept on ing the grealest hit. The hand bell ringers themselvos certainly manipulated their bells 10 good advantage, their rendering oi' "II Trovatore." being the- best. H was noticed that Morris h.ns stal'ed a fresh system of lighting ire. and during the Inter- val, when a film of pictures was run, all the lights could be extinguished, except two in the centre. For people coming in during the picture shows, this arrangement is going to be fine, as now people cfin se-e where they are going to sit. instead erf. stumbling about in the1 dark. FOUR WERE INJURED IN ACCI- DENT AT MAN SERIOUSLY HURT Winnipeg, Nov. men ni d a woman were injured by the collapso of a half complete J brick bull li.V; yesterday ultenmon. Hen Whit oho '.-ic, carpenter, i.s the most seriously in- jured, having been almost buried, ami in the general hospital with t .v'f> rleep wounds on his head, and iihly internal injuries. The wan struck by bricks that -a uc through Ihe side of her kitchen in which she was at work at the tVire, niii'iii llie report from ,M.H- tbe plot I .Spaniiili Premier, was biiirhetl lien narchisl.'i rvic .Mr. Wilson aih'uealeil action by the trunirf looking to a marknlitiK sys-: lein for farm nroducts, designed to reduce COM lo fhe consumer by elhn-j inat ing the middleman. Tn support' of I lie plan lie said i "In my opinion a system of prac-j iiiiuie co-upcraMon can he inaugurated, Senpr whereby (hi- patron of .one section coterie V.f Iran dispose (.f proilucts to the put- j fun or in auotlier section, Nov. information tr'nd- WE SIMPLY CANNOT HELP SHOWING THESE BIG FEA- TURES. ITS OUR BUSINESS. MUSICAL ENTERTAINERS Under the. Auspices -of tbc Choir CHURCH Saturday, Nov. 23? 8.30 prompt and 50c: Drug Store ials eliminating all nitenucdialej particulars; profits. There arc many outside the; tli tin; in- professional Or of.herwisc, who, i nre certain systems of co- iipri'alion, some nf which no doubt WILL BE GIVEN THE1 with I he- "cat" in; snun as lift ''cnttM'.H the the scntc'ncn tin- ibo cmirt of I- today Atfroil iul cnn.suible, wlto bad IIOPII found! Sillily of iwrfiwH. had ready hpon sentenced 'u> four ypiirfl; for rolibcry, whieh ha nisule.iiHO'Ol' siileration of (his body, j "I am not advocating that UuvXa- lidiial carry out tlicse co-op- business enterpriKcs, biH. J do [believe that Ihe combined business in- rifts j lelliireiice (if this bo.iy should be able lormniatc ,1 plan, equitable to all concerned, and send it forth as the his constable's'foil lo houiie time co-operalivp principle be car- carried on I by our individual mem- bership." Wilson siyd the campaijrn of tlie J glance was largely, responsible foe TODAY AND Positively one of the most bcautlfuf. superb and masterful pro- ductions of the century, "THE KING'S DOUBLE" This is produced In I wo rn'Os-of Ihe ma-it, wonderful hand- colored motion photoRrapby and ove-ry Tool, of it is stamped with our guarantee. cannot speak too highly of it, for it IH OIHJ of our crowning triumphs. .FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ANOTHER BIG TWO-BSPL i THRILLER A Son of Mars A fe.ii I lire, (hat will completely be- wilder, mystify nsd1 you. Ono of tin: greatest attractioiiB over shown at Ktarland. DON'T MISS "HUSK (JHKAT ;