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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF! EASTERN EXCURSIONS; DEC 1- 31.1912 VIA THREE EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY LetlibrUlgc to Toronto and Keturn, Lethbi'idge to Montreal and Bcluru, Corresponding low rates to points In Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on Sale December 1st to 31st in- clualvt Good to return within three months Liberal Extension Privileges Tickets issued in connection with TRANS- ATLANTIC TRIPS ou sale November 7th to December 31st. inclusive and liiuiied to five months from date of issue, with privileges of extension. Finest equipment, Standard and Touriat Sleeping Cars. Dining cars on all through trains. Compartment Library, Observation cars on "Imperial Limited" and "Toronto Special Through Tourist Car Service In connection with these eicurslous. For dates of departure and rettorvations apply to local agent. Tickets Via all Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines For full Information, rail tickets annly to S B MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or write to E. G. MtiVEILLIE, Dittrict Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alberta. Excursions To Europe BY THE WHITE tSTARI DONINION LARGEST lu connection with spuds! rates ou the railways ,Nov. 7 to Deo. 31 from Date SS. Laurentlc SS. Laurentlc SS. Teutonic SS Teutonic SS. Canada SS. Canada Portland Dec. Halifax Dec. Portland Dec. 14 -Halifax Dec. 15 .Portland Dec. 21 Halifax Doo. 22 Travel by the "Laurentlc" or "Me- ganitc" the and best, or by :he (II) cabin steamers, Large and aat Excursion Rates Also from New York by White Star iervices 10 Liverpool or Southamp- on; American Line to Southiunp- on; Atlantic Transport Line 10 xmdon; Red Star Line to Dover nil Antwerp; from Boston via White Star and Leyland Lines to tiverpool. Also sailing via one port and re- timing via another. Apply for particulars to nearest ail way or 33. agent, or W. M. Me- Can. Western Passenger Agt., 33 Main Street, Winnipeg, Saturday, November 23, Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions United States Points Return Fare from Lethbridge Minneapolis or St. Paul Duluth Chicago. Kaitsas City CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON..SALE DECEMBER to 1912. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF-JSSUE. on S. B. Mitchell, Tloklt Ag.nt, For further particulars Lethbridge, or wrtce'to R. S. McNEILLIE, Dlitrlct Passenger Agent, Calgary, November and December Sailings Lake Manitoba, Montreal to Liverpool Nov. 2S Lake Michigan, Montreal ta London ................Sunday, Nov 24 Empress of Ireland Friday, Nov. 29 Empress of Britain St. John to Liverpool .....Friday, Dec. 13 Empress of Ireland Friday, Dec. 27 WEEKLY SAILINGS LOWEST Unequalled Accommodation-Saloon, Second, Third Class. Complete Berth reservations can now be mad. with any Railway or Steamship Agent for Christmas ships, or write J- S- CARTER, Gen'l. Agt, 210 Portase Ave., Winnipeg. details on application. Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin 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'. 6th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure the best, It costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam- ship agent or H- E. L1DMAN. General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, California Excursion! from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKE LOW HATES TO OTHER POINTS TRAVEL BY SEA on the bi? Ocean-eoine Steamships PRESIDENT or GOVERNOR. Send for free ilhtstr Hotels nud free H ited booklet of Cnlifor np of the Pacific Coasl Be sure to reserve Bertiis in advance PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. BED. IIDHEWS, Cm. til. Fill. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH. DRINKING MEN CURED OF THE HABIT BY THE NEAL THREE-DAY TREATMENT Every drinking man. in his sober moments, the handi- cap under which he Is placed by his periodical lapses from sobriety. The man who drinks moderately or the one who drinks to ex- cess, are bolh slaves to the habit, and from experience have learned that it Is impossible to stop drinking without assistance. The poison is in their system, and the craving for alcoholic stimulants must be satisfied. Their business suffers, their social standing is Impaired and their self-reopect steadily diminishes. The Treatment conciuers the drink habit effectively and effect a cure In three day's tjime. The Meal Treatment consists of a purely vegetable medlclna tanen internally and does not include hypodermic Injections. Tho Neal Treatment removes every trace of alcoholic poison from the system, it clears tho brain, steadies the nerves and res- tores the body to a normal healthy condition. All this is done ta three day's time and tho patient leaves the Institute with all craving for alcoholic stimulants banished. No drinking man can afford to miss this great you can he cured practically without Ions of time and places you on an! bnalu with your keen minded competitors In business life. Write today for full particulars. Correspondence strictly confidential. Address The Ncal Institute Co., Ltd., 820 Thirteenth Ave. West, Calgary, Alberta. _ TISE Photographer All Work Guaranteed 906-3nl Ave. S. Beside Baptist church Firemen's Fund Entertainment The Hallowell Concert Company which will appear at the Morris The- atre on Friday of next 'week under the auapices of the flre brigade, is preceded by most flattering press no- tices. The Idaho Falls Dafly News in commenting upon the performance says: "Those who missed It missed a royal treat. It is an exceptional musi- cal organization, and t'.ie soloists are music-kins of high merit, while tho j ensemble 3 splendid in flue tone shading and harmony. A violin solo, 'cello solo and harp solo were warmly applauded, the harpist toeing conv pelled to respond twice. The Hallo- Concert Company is a creditable organization and deserves the patron- I ae of the people." The programs given by the accom- j plfshed orchestra are wisely chosen i and contain the popular overtures and selections that are within tho com- prehension of tho musical layman, and yet are thoroughly good music and please tho most technical music- Inn. The I'Mranen deserve great cred- it for securing iliis company for Loth- bridge for It Is Indeed a treat for a community so far from the firea; musical centres to bo able to enjoy nn evening of the world's best music brought ritjbt Its midst 111B CONCENT to be given by tho world-famous contralto Eva Jlyiott, In the .Majestic Theatre, on Thursday evening, Nov ember 2S, under the auspices of tin Nursing Mission, is deserving of tho support of all citizens. Tho work, be- ins done by the, ladies of tho Mis. siou Is well known, and the coming concert should bo an opportunity for giving the -Mission a good lift up. It is seldom that concerts are gotten up in this city to assist poor suffering humanity, and the Jiisslou is deserving of the unanimous support of everyone who wishes to aid u good cause. .Miss Mylott Is a singer who Is bound to create n profound impros sion. Her voice is a phenomenal one and resembles that of the famous prlma-donna, Madame Schumann. Heink. Tho programme 'will comprise many excellent numbers, not only by -Miss Mylott, but by Jliss Hilda Alt- ken, one of tho most beautiful ami cleverest pianists on the concert plot- form today, Ithynd Jamicson. fca-ri- tone, at the reqney of Jliss Mylott, will also assist in the programme. It 's important to note that the concert s to bo given under the diEtlnguish- patronage of Lieut.-Ooveruor Bui- ea. his reputation Is based on those works, largely, in every 0110 there Is n tinge of ragtime, so-called." Like Hit Father Tho late Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's young son Hiawatha, is said to hiive pronounced -musical gifts. Three B's Festival Next spring a special Dach-Bcothov- en-lirahms week 'ho held in Ber- lin, to celebrate Wllhelm II.'s silver jubilee as Ejmparor of Germany. This festival of tho three B's is being ar- ranged by the long-established Wolff Concert Direction, .wll.l take place about the end of April. TJio llcrlln Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philharmonic Chorus, with Arthur NUilsch and Siegfried Ochs, as the! conductors, respectively, will bear the bruut of the programmes: Sembrlch as a Modern Venus de Milo As a woman remarked in the hear ing of W. B. Chase, the Now .York Ev- ening Sun's music critic, when the mob swept down at tho Seimbricl matinee, "You know, Mmc. Sembrlcli is really quite the Venus tie Milo, nj; to a regular godess to i'lese people, and besides she's brok- er; both arms." The speaker looked Last Times To-day Till'] GUKAT MILITARY JKRAMA "A SON OF MARS (Our Week-End Special) ------Monday's Great Feature Will IJc____ HIS MOTHER'S PICTURE A thrilling story of railroad life DON'T FAIL TO HEAR THEM To-night IN WESLEY CHURCH The Schuberts MUSICAL ENTERTAINERS and 50c. at Jackson Co.'s Drug Store'' 'f Schuberts Tonight If you want to spend an evening enjoyably, don't fail to hear the Schu. berts at Wesley Church this evening. Last year when these clever people apeared at the Morris Theatre, they created a very favorable impression. The re-appearance of the Schuberts i: this city ought to draw a capacity audience. There will be lots of amusement for everyone, so be sure and hear the Schuberts. Tickets may bo had at Jackson Co.'s drug store. Singers Should Marry "It is far wiser that the artist mar- said Pasquale Amatp, the .Met- ropolitan baritone, in an interview reproduced in The "for the married ten lor than the unmarried one who enjoys life too freely, without family respon. slbility and restriction; nor is the lat- ter apt to be so provident, lacking that best of inspiration, a family whose future is in his keeping. The average married singer lasts until the age of fifty or fifty-five, not in the fulness of his vocal powers, perhaps, but singing always with undiminisheU skill." Ragtime Not So Bad Ragtime is not as bad as some peo- ple would make it appear, according to Victor Schertzinger, a violinist, of Los Angeles, Ca. "There hag lately gone up a great hue and cry against so-called rag time in cafes and hotels, as well as in other be said. "Personally, I believe there Is much to be gained from ragtime. "A composer must hearken to the call of the public if he 'wants to make a livelihood. And there Is no deny- ing the fact that there is a real de- mand for popular melodies. "A Bach fugue may be artistically ideal, 'but it does not, produce bread and butter. Take Victor Herbert's for instance. It is one of the most beautiful operas extant, but it IB not a financial success. The rea; eon Is that the general public is not educated musically to apprcqiatft that class of music. Educate the public gradually and then the better, the nobler musical works will bu the popular music. "Victor Herbert's reputation Is not based on classical music. IMs groat- esl. successes, perhaps, are 'Coon The Red 'Habos and or two others, .In I W ESLEY CHURCH TONIGHT around as if, on the evidence of their own senses, her -neighbors might deny all. "Yes, the first time it was the right forearm. She snapped that two summers ago, climbing the mountains in her beloved Alps, I suppose. And only this last suivmer. she broke her left wrist saving one pt her five dogs that sat down in the road of an auto- mobile, at Lausanne. You remember, she landed in New York with her arm in a, sling." Excellent Program at Starland Splendid programs have been pre- pared for all next week at popular Starlaml, and good features will be found on each and every one. For Monday and Tuesday a great four- feature offering will be presented. The premier attraction 'will be "His Moth- er's an intensely dramatic drama of railroad life, full of exciting scenes and climaxes, in ail a splendid subject. The comedy end of the bill will bo admirably sustained by thei MAJESTIC THEATRE DISTINGUISHED PATRON, L1EUT.-GOV. BULYEA Grand Concert (AUSPICES NURSING MISS EVA MYLOTT WORLD'S GREATEST CONTRALTO Assisting HILDA AITKEN, Pianist; RHYNO JAMIESON, Baritone Thursday Nov. 28 TICKETS. 50c. Secure your seats early Seats on Sale at Kenny Allin's Book Store MORRIS THEATRE FIREMEN'S FUND BENEFIT The Season's Most Elaborate Musical Offerino Hallowell Concert Company ASSISTED BY J. Lester Haberkorn, Baritone A Musical Festival of Standard Overtures, Characteristic and DM- criptive Masterpieces. Popular and Standard Selections. Friday, November 29th Admission -151.00 ever funny John Bunny, hi another of lii-s mirth producers entitled "Hor Old Sweetheart." and also by the celebrated Esscnsiy comedian, Augus- tus Carney in tlio riotous comedy, "The Wildmau." A great story of, circus lire will complete tho hill in tho production of "Fate's A.wful a story of life under the 'big tonts. The thrilling military production, "A Son of Is being shown for the last Umo today. Pen-Angle Union Suits Delight 0 D Wear Them You will feel so comfortably clad in your first Pen-Angle Union Suit... the under- wear that fits and does not lose its shape. fl Nor has the wash-tub any terrors for this knit-to-fit and warranted-not-to-shrink un- derwear. It represents the best invest- ment in intimate garments your money can find. it retains to the end the quality that makes it sell in the first place and that is more than you can say of ordinary, underwear that has been costing you the same price. fYou will be satisfied with PENMANS LIMITED PARIS CANADA SWEATERS HOSIERY UNDERWEAR ;