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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'tMliU'.sda.v, November 22, 1011 TMTLY A Great EVENINGS ENTERTAINMENT A Popular CONCE Majestic Theatre Nov. 23rd II. T. D'Arc, Soprano; E. J. Layton, Violinist; Kliyml Jiiniicson, Baritone; If. C. C. Salmon, Pianist. ENGLISH, IRISH AND SCOTCH SONGS Popular Prices, 75cts., SQcts. and 35cts. Seal Sale Ojxens at Eochon's on Monday, 20tliNovcnibcr., Mason Kisch Baby Grand Piano Used. TAXES PAID IN WITH PROMPTNESS CIVIC OFFICIALS EXPRESS PLEAS- URE AT SHOWING FOR THE YEAR .Straight tiix'for UKJ yc-ar... Local improvement lam MUSICANDDRAMA (Conduced by FIDELIO) i MakesNewShoes AsPknlAsOldOnes Flexill, "WmderWorher slothes on the underside of the innenoli a series of overlaying joints, not unlilct thi tcalts of a fish, iotJt in end flexibility, This process malts the ordinary sole as fltxille and elastic as that of a Turn salt, the most flexible sole und on a shot, SOLE AGENTS W. J. NELSON CO. The Foot Toggery For Genuine Ail-Around Pleasure You Canlt Beat u VICTOR- Cold evenings when you are cosy at home and you get tired talking and reading. wouldn't you be delighted If some one suggested souio mu- sic And-wouldn't you be still more delighted if some of tlie great artists called on you and offered to 'sing and play for you. This is what the VICTOR does for its happy owners. Come in and learn how easy we make it for you to own one Mason i Risen, Ltd. Dora. Blk. Phone 791 MACLEOD TO RAISE MONEY' Macleort, Nov. 21. The Slacleod itmvn council has voted to give two dollars to every dollar niised hy this board of (ratio to promote an indus- 1rial public city campaign. Funds Lo 4 he t.ofnt of aro guaranteed ior liiu 1'alance of the year. Secretaries Here Ready to Boost Congress u atcs of Gnel GO YOU WANT TO AVOID SERIOUS GOLDS? Matliieu's Syrup of Taf and Cod Liver Oil. makes the system practically cold proof. The remarkable success of Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil is due to its two prin- cipal ingredients.- The. finest Norway Tar does it work locally healing and strength- ening the affected parts. It re- moves the inflammation and heals the diseased tissue. The Cod Liver Oil, as is known to every one, restores the lost strength, builds up thesysteni auH fortifies it agninst further attacks, In agriculture (Continued from front page) An Early Start Mr Burns is positive that Ills or- ganization will in full working or- jder by January 1st, and the work'of boasting Lethbridge will have four months' sftart on other places. By January 1st the publicity pro- grapaganda will inaugurated and Tor.months literally tons of Iftenu- ture, boosting the Congress and In- cidentally Letbhridge and Alberta, .'ill bo sent out. Just what that will menn to the city can hardly be realized at first glance. Montana Farmera Coming Mr. Burns had a pleasing reception on his journey to' Lethbridge, and he believes the Trenauno State will send scores ot delegates to the Congress. He expects many states In the Un- ion -Eo bfl represented. At Colorado Springs there were forty-five 't'cdornl The combination of these two clemenls in Matliieu's Syrup pro- vides a powerful and safe antidote against, and remedy for colds. Large bottle, 35 cents. AII with n coM take MAllifeii's Ncn-inr I'owders lo reilitcc Hie ftvtr nml nllay Hit puin, J. Matliirn Co., Props Slicrbtonkf, Que. (K) Distributors for Western Canada, Foley Bros., Lirson A Co. Edmonton, Vancouver. present and they all exprcBaed the Indention of coming lo Lothbrlrtgc. The Fortign Countries Another vxpoctirtlon for 1912 Is that, tho foreign countries will have a very largo representation. This Ifi idni- by Inqulrlflfi pouring In nml by the fart that AnMrla-Munffary ntn-rt nd a campaign Colorailo Springs for vhc 1913 TO See the Consuls A change will be tried this .time j In connection with the publicity cam- jpaign for those countries. A I on Mr. Burns wants to go to IWashinglon, accompanied by a repre- ,8-entative of the city and interview I the consuls there and get into more j direct touch with the governments' ;nnd agricultural agencies of the 'countries interested. I There were fourteen foreign coun- jtrlea represented'at the 1911 meet in- cluding China. Nearly AM Are Interested "Over 85 per cent, of the agricul- tural lands of -the world came under the Dry Fanning said Mr. Burns. "That is, they have lose than 20 inches of rainfall." The college conference in connec- jffon with the congress presents a flif- I Cerent problem at Lethbridge, as Al- erta has no college or schools of; but doubtless the ph and other colleges can he got in touch with -through Hon. Duncan Marshall's department. Home Farmers Needed While thorn will he hundreds here from.p outside points the. main thing about. .Hie congress is to the farmers of Western Canada'here. Tlie compress will -fail largely in Its ob- jot-t. unless the' home farmers are reached. The co-operation of news- papers, fanners' organizations and governments will bo util- ized to impress on Western men the urgent advisability or attending. The Woman's Congress Mrs, Burns Is organizer and secre- tary for tho Woman's Dry Farming Congress and sh'e too will get, down to work at once. Mrs. Staver, of Win- nipeg, is president this year and she Is epcded here shortly for a con- ference. The object of the "congress has bnon nptly expressed as "Not to Iveiji the fanners to farm, but, to help (hem to live." Tho work of both congresses co- ordinntw nicoly and tho campaigns (irp directed 'from the same headquar- ters. From nuv, Iw prepared to hoar and road mncli about tho Dry Farming Congress at Lotbbridgfl in Don't the big popular cou- cci I tomorrow evening in thp Majes- tic TliuaUc Total taxes Ior tlie year.. Tuxes paid to date The above jilutunu'iit was handed to the J-Inrahl tills morning hy Inry-Trcasurer Kobir.sun, the remark that never in the history of liis olfico the taxes been paid so promptly as this year. 11 was a surprise to him, he said, after hear- ing so much talk or ha id times to see how willingly the people came for- ward iiruj paid their taxes. Of the amount paid, a large proportion was pjiid in time tu avail themselves of i'ftv ten per cent, discount for taxes paid before the end of October, .so i hat in reality, the taxes paid are considerably over ninety percent, of the whole. Mayor Adaurs concurred in the above statement, anil said that to his mind it showed lh.il Lethbrwlge people are on a solid business foot- ing, ready to take advantage of any opportunity which might present it- self for the'coming year. Lust year tfie taxes paid to a corresponding date was in the neighborhood of and this was considered a phenomenal record at that time, tt'ith so many important enterprises on hand for 1912', and with the people of the city in a'.solid financial condi- tion there seems to be very good rea- son for the opinion that 1913 is to be tho banner year of this city. Consid- rably over half a. million dollars' worth of building is contemplated, and will be started in Uir> spring, and besides, the city will spend S-lnQ.OOO for street railway, for pav- ing and close to the; same amount for sewage disposal systems, so that there is a certainty of over -a million (worth of work being started ?arly in the spring. Big Military Picture at Starland Starland, which .lias always upheld is reputation homo -our clothing cleaned at this establishment, but It IB death to clothing bills. Every lull cleaned by us hae the elegance of a freshly tailored suit. Spots, grease, ihlna and baggy wrinkles an ser- manently eradicated wkra cleaned at Crown Cleaning Works Wfitl-v Opposite WetUy Church 474 Hector's inheritance He Inherits Uvo mil- lions, jnid AVnil; and Sec! Uncle Pete's Ruse Military Comedy Drama. Imp. "Girls" at the Majestic Thaatre which has had a long rim in New York and Chicago, snid to be the finest comedy o'-e today 'will be the offering at the Alnjeati Theatre tonight, by the Harry D Marrs' Majestic Stock Co., which closed hero last Saturday night. Wm E. Blake will his seen to great ad van tage. Special scenery and electrlca effects and costumes aie carried for this bill. It might also be said tha' fliis is the farewell performance oi this all-star stock company, anft no doubt tho theatre-goers of this city will '-Mini out and give'these clever artists a bumper house, ae they are (deserving of it. Remember they ap- pear tonight only in "Girls." Magnificent Programme of Popular Songs: Big Popular Concert Tomorrow Keen interest is being taken by the j Letlibrldge people in the grand pop- jirmr cone-art to be given tomorrow ev- jentafi In the Majestic Theatre. Rv- 'ery Scotchman, Irishman and Engllsh- j man will have a great time hearing SOURS familiar to Mieir -enra. The programme does not contain one dull numbvT, so that an excellent oven- inc'fi entertainment Is in store for all. Hhynd .lamieson's magnificent bari- tone voice will have one grand oppor- tunity to distinguish itself in tho the- atre. Mr. Jomieson'K songs arc nil bright, and his singing of them la certain -lo put the audience "in good humor. Mrs. H, T- IVArc, .soprano, will cause much favorable comment. Her voice is glorious in Its duality nnd her singing of the "Last Tlose nf Sum- mer" should move the audienn; to in- j ojithufiiaHm. K. J. Layton's vio- lin numbers will excite tlie admira- tion of Mm aurilfinoo lioyond rloulK. the evening promlsoa to be one of great delight t0 all who may have the good fortune to attend. Those intending to bo present; R-C requested to make early application for ueuts at Rochon's. Again on Saturday West's Minstrels will repeat their engagement at the Majestic on 'Sat- irday next, giving a ning performance. This attraction possesses some very meritorious vaudeville, and a number of vocalists of distinctive style. who did not see West's Minstrels this time will have'another opportunity on Sat' Urday. T I HE first step in. selecting the right Overcoat is lo select the right placg to-go for it. The Fit-Reform Wardrobe is the one place in this city that is truly reprei-fcitivc of all that is best in hind-tailored garments. It will be our pleasure to show the really new things in fine Overcoats. 464 McKELVIE McGUIRE, ;