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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliiimluy, N'ovemltar I i itcUlA u MAJESTIC THEATRE BIG IGHT o N I G H Concert IT. T. D'Arc, Soprano; E. J. Laytou, Violinist; Rhyml Jainiesoii, Baritone; II. C. Salmon, Pianist. ENGLISH, IKISH AND SCOTCH SONGS Popular Prices, 75cts., SOcts. and 35cts Seat Sale at Rochon's Now Open Mason Risen Baby Grand Piano Used. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conduced by FID6LIO) THE GEORGIAN BAY "CANAL PROJECT URGED Oilfiwn. Out., Nov. Burden IUH! Hon. V. D. .Manic, Minister of Public waked upon by small doputauon -which urged i.he ne- cessity1 or a'n'drtfiycohimenccni-ent of Lbo work.of cniiHtnicLIon on tbo Georg- ian Bay canal. The rtoloendoii, which consisted oT G. H. Brabazon, M.P., Pnn- tiac; Gerald White, .UP., North Ren- frow; K. A. Dmilojj, Pembroke; Mayor Powell, of OttR-n-a, and W. J. I'ouporo, asked thiit an appropriation be. placed did not make uny definite' promisee, however. The members of Llic deputation, HH ivcl us many others, are of the opinion thill the estimates for 1913-13 wll con- Lain an appropriation of a few mil- lions tor Initinl conelruetion work. NO MORE FREE COAL AFTER DECEMBER 6 Ottawa, Qnt., Nov. e'xLfn of the Canadian Gazette iaeued today contains an order in council declaring fiovarnracnt providing for f Use duty on coal imported on the caiimafcH Lo bsa brought down tbe order passed on July by wl tho present seasion of Parliament.' 'he At llic Interview which was private, 'reEui I] til the inemborB of the delegation Im- I pressed upon tho Prime Mlniuter and 1 Monk their view that the coiistruc- J tion of the canal should not be deluy- J 'Mr. Borden, in his.reply. It is nn- jjcteraLood.- asiirecl the deputation- that I the nintter is already engaging Lhc ser- J lous attention ot the government. Mo AIRSHIPS DID EFFECTIVE WORK Turkish Gamp Wiped out by Italian Birdmen Dropped Bomb Tripoli, No.v. A complete Turk-, isli cnniii has been destroyed lij- the. wit" DID JOHN CUMMINGS -r'V' HIS WIFE Cum- min gs, pie 'mah wlio 'le alleged to have shot his her way to her ni'bther'fl Itfuie evcn-i m'ornlng hy St. James 3? Chief De- leclivo off I Co, 'CummlngB stated that he fp make a statement' to; lhe: and "'spoke In u calm-, and -self way, gay: Ing .tljaL. he :had miu'- wab. 'not, Point' Sti .Charles, where tho innrder was'committed InsL night. Alberta and Saskatchewan and Manl-1 Tllis sl-'ows whal thc aeroplane.) He denied all knowledge the crime tpba, shall become inoperative on ancl jean do under real warfare conditions junlii his nrrcat win made. after December G. This action is -tak- on becaus-s ot the resumption of work by tho coal miners British Columbln and MakesNewSnoes AsPliaritAsOlaOncs Flexilh "WondtrWorktr Fracas" slants on tlie unJtrsiJt af tJie innintJt f series oj1 jomts, not unlike tne of fish, loin in ajtfaaranci ana fJexitiJity, Tfjif process makes tnt ordinary VFeJitil loll at flexible and elastic as of a Turn toll, the most flcxitli soli uitd on a shot. SOLE AGENTS W. J. NELSON CO. The Foot Toggery and illustrates lliu (lead lilies of fjrn implements. Early ycsLcrtlay'.Uie Turks crepl up on Uic 1 inn line in an aLtnnipt to surprise Lhc, garrison, hut, were dis- eovoi'eri and in the. sharp which followed fivu Italian airships iycre launched, each carrying several homhs. As the Italian soldiers held thc outposts Mic fast volleying noicc of the air craft engines was (Iroxviicd ia the din and Llic aeroplanes, like huge war iniglcs, soared up from Ihe rear and whcnled over thc heads of the fighting troops. The Turks were, (-error stricken, ninny of I hem never having seen an airship. In I he confusion the Ital- ians charged, driving the Turks back. The aeroplanes meanwhile circled -.ov- thc partly deserted camp of the Tuuks three miles away. Suddenly a boinl) was seen to fall from the lending aeroplane. Immedi- ately the headquarters section of the camp was lorn to pieces by an im- mense explosion, wreckage was thrown high ami the attendants) were" killed. Explosions followed in quick uccession as each airship discharged its homh, and before the rotrcattinji; Turks riincngri the vicinity ;il! tlie'fr stores, horses anil oquipiucnl; were ilcstroycd. The airships, in returning to the Italian camp, were a desultory volley (rnm Ihn Turks, without, uf- however. In their ,llie Turks carried oil twenty-nine (load. is Micved ;is many moro' were tilled in Hits nVJitruction of the Turk- ish cnmp. JTALY TALKS ABOUT ITS ACHIEVEMENTS Rome, Nov. government hus an extraordinary ex- penditure of to cover tho cost of thc war until the end oE Nov- ember. General Ciuiova reports that thc Grenadiers today attacked and killed oC.ArflbB wiih the bayonet and Killed -lii of them. Aeroplanes reconnoit.ei'ed and drop- ped a bomb In a Turkish .camp. An bombarded and WOULD AUSTRALIA E SO DISLOYAL? in Franclnco, Cnl., Nov. NcllHon, a member of tho Anstrnllan pai'llamont, oinpoivorud by Ills gov: eminent to ncgolliila u reciprocity ircnty with the United SinteK, arriv- ed lic-ro toiiay on the liner Sicrrw., nnd will procood at once to Washing- ton. Other ImporlanL mlsaloiiB will on- pftgo Mr. iN'ollson, while In this uouii- Iry, one a study of Irrigation an prac- ticed In the United Slates. Mr. Nolltion will attend Ihvj Nation- al Irrigation conference lo be he'd In Chlcftgo next month. Night uttncks :il ncrenu i werp lepulso'l. COULD NOT RAISE MY RIGHT ARM OliD C. B. "For the past I have been wiLb R lieu mat ism. When I in Hie papers that" GIN' PlfvT.S, ffould positively rhcumvtlsin, I wrote you for a free sample to try. I could not raise my right arm because of. llic nwful pniq in niy not -.hie In (Irinlt. After triting few GIN I wai nble to lift niy hand ind put iL on (he top of my head. At ,the MtjMtlc Tonight people of Lutlibriilge will have an of hi'urlng one of the flnost' popular.uonccrL pro- grains" ever" presented in ihiit city. Tlic entertainment is ciTntlng uiiiul in Lores t iii local circles in of Uiu faCC that iL is Rhyml .lainicsou's, tlw. wcll known baritone, firs appciiraiicc in concert since coming from Toronto. Mr. Jamicson luu agreed to sing "The Ilosary." Tin following is the complete -piograin 1. Piaiin Opus L No, 6, W. 0. .Salmon, 2. Last Hose ot Sum- mer, Irish H. T. IVArc. 3. (a) Rose in the Bud Foslcr'j (h) (Iruy Days, Johnson lU'uwn Kycs, Del Jani- icsou. Solo from Concer- to No. IX, .1. Lay ton. 5. Thou Art Near, Xy- iD'.Are and.Mr. .Jait.JL'SOii. R. Jean, Hurltiigli (b) John Anderson, iMy .lo, old Scotch sonjj (L-) Times 'lioscs, 7. Solo violin (a) Serenade, A. rt'Ambrosio (b) Torch Dance, Kd- warA ,f. -Layton. ft. Illow Tho" Winter Wind, .Jnmin.son. 9. NigliL, D'Arc. 10. My Ain Polk, Lem- on (b) lUolhcr o' Mite, Tours (c) The Rosary, E. Jan.icBoii. Male Quartette Formed Thc IMiile Quartet, under the direc- tion of J. W. 'Jones M-ill apucar shortly by llic name of the bridge Orpheus Quartet. The members are, Messrs. Petts, Lockwood, Woods and Cooper. Bijoy Theatre L'oinniBncing Saturday and every: (lay beginning next week, mat-inc'cs will be given in this popular- new thfialrc. Thc pictures' which arc'be- ing demonstrated .iii. this new Imilrt- arcj of a .care lie- ing taken 'pxhiliit'nothing but what is wholesome an'd entertain- ing. Kubellk qq, Friday: Evening Jan of the .violin. Hundreds of thousands; yes, .millions, know the'., magic "of, that These people, civilized country of thc Elob'e, nlaq fippvocivile th'e magic of .thin inan.'s Fin- hl-3 'temperamental gifts 'j.nd mu- sical There have been i few this most difficult of InatnimcntB within 'the recollection j ot tlib.i: oldbst ,'concert-Epfir, nrid onfftliOBii'r.ewVKubellk stands quite gahins. whoso qualiiiea readily admitted because they cannot be denied. It is two years ginc-e Kuho- ik visited thc United States and Ca- nada. This season ho will again charm ivlth his violin ;ind how, and his magnetic personality, and In the innumerable' other ways that have now come to be known us peculiarly belonging lo Kiiibelik. Although this master musician is near the zenith of hie career, there are few who have la- bored hard AS lie to perfect Jus marvellous equipment. Many, BO su- premely (jiftod as Knbelik, would have felt it unnecessary to practise for hours every day that each detail might, bo mtulo impeccable; but this young man is differently constituted. He 'elt he owed It to himself and to his future public to do all with his en- dowments that ho could, and he still maintains that same attitude toward his work. THE GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT OF THE TO-MORROW NIGHT ONLY KUBELIK Under the Direction of Mr. Fnnk -ty MADAME EVA r.nxMIl HERR LUOWIG Majestic Theatre, Friday, November 24tk SEATS CAN STILL IE IOOKED AT J.O.HIQINCOTHAM OO. "Box Seats extra WILLIS PIANO USED. MAJESTIC THEATRE THE I went to the Islands of St. Pierre and Miqucloii nnd met old fisbtrniati STRIKE 'AT MAGOG Qiie., Nov. Conditions liern -.ire practically unchanged from yesterday. While tho strikers claim to have added to their ranks, the com- pany claim (hat soim-> of t.hooc who went out ycsierday bnve rctunied. There Is a. difference of opinion al- so aa to the number who