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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LKTinminnE DAILY Monday, XovcniDCr 04 TODAY 'AND TOMORROW "His Mother's Picture" DRAMATIC MUSIC AND DRAM A (Conducted by HDELIO) (i i XlT'S H J e Wild IVlan RIOTOUS COMEDY ll 1 I Her Old Lover Tale's Awfol Jest' c MORE "BUNNY- FUN STORY OF COMING SOON "THE LION'S REVENGE" "HENRY VIII." HOLBR8QKS WORCESTERSHIRE DISTINGUISHED PATRON, L1EUT.-GOV. BULYEA Gra (AUSPICES NURSING MISSION) MISS EVA MYK ...WORLD'S GREATEST CONTRALTO HILDA AITKEN. Pianist; RHYND JAMIESON, Baritone S. 1 Schul.'0't.s Pte.tse Audience II was 1 lilled lust Satnrda.v mi tile t !he einn-ert L-iven iiy the .SrllV.- Club, a Jialty of cleve.- [ledple i-rni j J'our-huliea and one Tlie Scluilic-rts pfj no! eiinn- here imKnmui as last llu-y i" tills cily at jjve nmidred.. The the ilniuense intluenc-e on public opiii-j v.'lieu Madamo Meiba, the (liieen ol i Ty'ler, Liberal, A.' Brooks, Conserva- tive. Tlie Liberals altrihnte the retention ot" the seat to re- turning solidarity, xleclaring at- so that hostility to the new hi- snrance act is dying. The late member, although a Liberal, was wholly against his partv on life dis-estahlisliment of it simply from ihe i and liuauf.e. edilice of civilization, social progress atid human well ics's on iiubiic credit, which is ttie must fragile thins in tlie world. "i .estimate that. Kurope possesses iit present about nom- inal capital iu public securities, repi-e- fcentine; the producing plant, (be working of trade, com- merce, and a-Ki-i'-nitni-e, reserves lor the future, ele. "Ttiese securiUes increase annnally liy tour 10 live tbcinsalld millions, and iroui the .'ant- with wiiicli.Jiiey can he lOliverlcil illlo money, circalate 1'TOnl li.-nnl Id hand, jllsl like c'-illace. The .same Ibiliy Hi bank notes. ks. alul 'I'M.-, ul' I egn Crirastrophe TWO LIVES LOST IN TRACTION COLLISION Uiss Mylolt .ondon under 'Kaiideesd- and Henry Wood, as well 'as receivini; lessons from .Madame Melba, who has always taken the i iu her protege. After singing for the Albert Hall ..oni-eris. Miss Mylott was honored' v.-itii ihe special pwonage of Ibrir oulas was i. The labor vote went overland Io Medicine ilal. Tho Card car, of Kayiuoiui, drove the Iiariy. NEW DAYTON New Hayion, Xov. iiud Mrs. Win. Scott celebrated the fiith anni- versary of. iheir marriage by a dinner, heki at Their home on November -0. Only immediate friends were -present, and Kev. Afr. Toombs -prt-sided. ___ Dr. D. D. McCallnm, who has been at Dayton the greater part1 oi" the TVJRELIVS LAKE TyieH's Lake, Xov. 23.-Mrs. Fn-d Chirk anil KOII is visiting bt-r inirL'uLs at T. Miriian to Spring t'ouli-p on Wednesday and is expected hack next Monday. U. and Mr. and Mrs. Vvni. Nate and one uf tlieir daughters, spent Tuesday in Letlibriilgc. John- left lust SaLurday .forj Minnesuta, wtieut he wilt "spend the u inter. Lasl Thursdiiy Mrs. 0. Chilian re- ceived the sad news from her oh! home in Ohio that her father had had a runaway in which he broke, three, of his ribs. Hugo Wiess has sold the west 1 oi Sec. 2N-5-.17 to one Mr. Uoe.liwall from t.liicago. The basket social and dance given in Tyrell's Laky lionse on the 15tli iiipt-, ;9 success iti every re- spect. Tlie prnccrils amountrrt to SlOC.fiO. As this JK more than isl summer. -Ijut who retnrueil to Ihic, Ohio, for his family, arrived ag- ain on "Wednesday and with his fam- ily has moved out to his farm mist of town. The doctor lias built a fine housa oa.'liiB land, and will make permanent -licme at. New Dayton. Mvs. G. C. .McDonald and Miriam, accompanied by Mrs. .McDonald's mother, Mrs. Peat, who has been school Tioiist1, tlie teacher decided! to start a school library with the: money that may be left after the-- origan has lieen bought. i While I-'.. Trockstad was on his way! to New Dayton last Tuesday his dog: was atliU-'ked hv two coyotes about; two miles west of his home, and it! took.Mr: TYockstail some time tieiore, lie succeeded in get tint; tlie from them. he reached Fredi Clark's place lie told what had spending the summer at New Dayton, j pcjied and a short time later "Mr.; i ft dark fiad the hide of one of the. loft on "Wednesday night for Petrolia, Ont., where they will spend Ihe win- ter. Mr. McDonald is to down later. Florence .Rusk, professional nurse, sister of Mr. George Rusk, is visiting at brolhcr's home, south of New Dayton, coming from Swifl Current o'n Thursday. W. jicD. Taii. of Raymond, was a v....... New Dayton visitor on Wednesday, machines have in oper-i In the afternoon he accompanied C. j ulion in this vicinity this fall andj T. Cousins to inspect a. large tract of j ihe threshing is now about finished. I land west of Warner, a deal i'or which coyotes hanging on his iiarn John Nelson is going into, sheep I ising. Mrs. C'. Muhuii was a.visitor at tbe Drake home last Wednesday. Mrs. Krii-ksnii and the- youngest L'hililre'n are .si 'Mr. K ess lei: pulled home with Iiisl Thursday. Four, and Queen (tli.iv 1'rini-e and instantly KilN-d. anil Cundac-ior This icivat sinyer at .Maji'Htii.- Tht-iitre on Thursday even-1 inj; iiiidT'r ihe. nf 'Nurs-1 with uriisis. j t! alvut may tie had at Kenny .t Allin's. j KiHunan, of this v.a< fauili jmvd oh oi" Tr.u tioii carii on liir I.oiiilou I.Cr; Tniii.sportaiinn lin a mile liiis i-ity ihi iny. 1111 i-i! was ;t uoi'Mi- bonml car and in charii'' (.-1" rnii oiiu-r, r. is pending with an eastern capitalist. Mr. Patterson. Mrs. Scott's brother, Is a visitor at tlie Scott home. Paul Moreland has heen laid tip with an affection of ilnj throat, caused froni a wheat beard lodging in it. Mrs. Wm. Cnrlwrltfhl, of Letli- is a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .V. Mori-land. A loan agent, and an insurance as- cuc left. N'fiw Dayton this week, driv- A. Trockstad has moved into his i ne MORE CARELESS WORK St. John, Xov. Boud- veaii. a youns hoy, was shot iu t-he eye today hy Georsc Stanley, another boy, who was cleauini; n rifle, ihe turn solng off and the, bnllst. borlnfi ihrough a aiul st-rikins Hondreau iu tlie eye. The injured hoy is still j -lUl-H I The War in Picture ET ilSFIRMED SYSPEPTSO Now Fiiiils it a Pleasure to Enjoy Meals Here is a cast: which sr- and as hopeless riin i i.'issMy Lc. Thisislheexpf MT. II. j. Hn.-wn, llallnirst St., ToroiUo, in ovai words "1 hr.vt- nnicli in ro yuit hciuiiis received from your and can rcc'-iinii'-iiu tht-in. I nil the adveitiM.'.if MO "S'ou havf: 'in Xa'-13ru-Co Tablets the, bi-sl emotive 1 find. It is now Mich :i to i r.juy meals' with their uicnt thiit T v-i'-it io mention Ihis for Ijeneilt of olhers." u quickly ihis'sti-rlinx 1 vitti reliifati'l start ycnr Hitdoh-n't yourmoucy hack. .v.c I n aLyoiir'ilnipMyist's. I ol Caiihda, I.iunltd, Montreal. ui Band Concert 'lie ivntlfivd by Uio fiiy Mafostfc Tlu-iitre .last Destruction of D'eitrich Gate ntrancc after ii hat) been snollecf Sonic idftri of the moilt-rn fire, of the fortrcs tome houra batterlea OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN EVI1RY SACK ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD.: MOOSF-'JAW CALGARY j ;