Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
25, TITE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 iFBEEMVICE TO SICK WOMEN 87 CWMMO SCBM uj vittd to eocuumicaU Lyan, UtM. YwrktUr trill be opteW, rea4 and BJUWfnd by a woaui beld ta r, A CM I To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day "The Fugitives" Seems lo be Two Factions and They Worked Up a Row Comb Sage Tea in Lifeless, Gray Hair I'inchrr Creek, Alta., N'ov. 35. The annual ratepayers' iccriiDg d the town was held here this evening, and talk of pmaU to a woman; as ,VaS Anticipated, was a .very, warm I j ODC. mayor called IW meeting to about S.3Q aad went oa to ei- j wasj yean Waiict hu never i pjaQ lhe object ol ihe ar.d trokea. kite they asicj a hearing for the i test imonlal or a fe lUr wi ofiwtnt of tbe irriterraad nettr JIM afkmvd confi- Utfen to out of tbrir pw- u of filet will attaiat. e-f tat vast TeihraM of experience which hare to draw from, It h more than powtble that they vowew tta T try 4 needed in yoor Noth- ing k acked in re tarn except ytmr gooJ jj ani their advice bis helped thou- ands, aaj wom an, rich or poor, be glad to talte advantage of thii cenerou olftr of ajmUnee. Address ivdit E. Pialcham Ifcdieina Gx, (con- nUcntial) LjTSb, Krery. woman ought bata T.ydfa E. Pinkfaam's Text Book.' Ills not a took for ieneraU 4Mri button, It ig too X ejtpentfTe. It and unly obU.nfttU Mail. for "s it twtajrV A Real Thriller in Three Reels The elopement via airship The escape from the asylum The Tvild for liberty'in a burning van SEE The Management Guarantee This .Feature speakers who would follow. W, A. KOBE was called on Rive j the school import and after reading j it in detail, and showing ft balance in theii tavor, too.; occasion to coai-; plirnrnt tie staff and hoatd on ]__________ very satisfactory condition existing! 'this department, claiming as THE GREATEST MUSICAL percentage ol efficiency tor the' COMEDY OF THE YEAR scholars as any school in Alberta, J Mesars. FIsuer and Stevens will t-onsiderlnj the number of classes. iprtzent "The Pink Lady" at the Ma- Tlie mayor asked for questions aod Saturday, Nov." 39th.- The'en- Tbos. Jlordea asked if any oce olgagemact is one of His most the touncH had an interest in musical- comedy that has company, atid then asked il the company; paid a rental for WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS use of the streets, or'coiild they he compelled to' pay .one...This ijufstioa was referred lu-the. town Solicitor. yet been introduced to the American public. No production, of a like nature has been known oo our' stage. 'At the Amsterdam theatre, Xe.iv After the auilitor's icport for the 10 i. months had been-read, Councillor Yorx, noted for manj' longhand tri-. liara.son as chairman of the. finance committee, spoVc along his particu- lar. line, ending with a warm denun- "The Pink cialion ol those stole for unseating ol Couccillor AH'son; and; sat down midst applause. A ratepayer _at this point, (he plant, Al-t ilison went to' platform, atd Pio-1 a blacVboatd, proceeded list everj record and turned its 500th per- formance! In Ibat magnificent nousa before its run ended. In l Urm il was ptayed lor twenty.weeks at lhe Globe theatre to 'crowded IIOUE II should be noted that many o! the I New Yorl: and London cmpantes n Boatel. Louise Kay George McE hero. John Man. nnssell Loncoa, Alfred Dwry, I ook Young 1 Common Garden Sage and Sulphur Darkens Naturally Nobody can tell Orandniolher hept her hair beautifully darkened, glopsv and'abundant with a of Safer- Tea and Sulphur. "When- ever her hzlr fell out or took oti that clHtl, farted or streaked ap- pearance. Ibis simple mixturr applied with .wonderful ef- fect. -By a.il-fng at any 'drug eth's.Sago and .Sul... yon will'set a large bottle "of tills, old-time re- ctpc, ready to. use. for about oO cants. This simple mixture can be depended to restore natural color and beauty, to the hatr and is splendid for dandruff i dry. Itchy scilp hair. A Tsell tnqwn doyviitovo g.ii sayB, uses .Wyelb's SasiTa'nH he.- causs it. darkecs .and uob'oflj- can iel! it has been so c-asy to-uaft. loo, 1 eiti.piy .dfirap- tn a coTnfe" or: soft tiria'dh and it thrqiijth your hain Uk- ing al'a time.: mornta; the hair disap- another Application or two, it is reildred tc lura! color and looks glossy, soft aod abundant. Sold by J. D. Higinboloatrt Co., ucnfi a acoat, prowee s the different Hems cm, and Alice MoHalt. Carter. Chas..J. j Hioes.- Lee Abbott Adams, b Ila11 aild Mortimer Meyer. "The success of'lhJs musical thai a phoioftruph'hc-Maie of it. Several ratepayers sppltc, crilicis- ing the rrate charged" by the rompany, but iiilorined that this I dc Is lo uninue was a private companr working of m-jsic, book and dfr a CoutTciHor Kelttes, I production. The -mueic IB 'by Ivan rep rcsenti HE the public works com- Caryll tlian whom no more popular to jsn-tr, which he tdid ui very plain] 'and iranV manner to salisfactica i of all' present. COUNCILLORS ON DBFK'NCR' The board otheaHh, Tepfesshltd.by Coil made, a short address pleased" the trowd. Councillor. Malhcscwi of fhC'. poljce spolce .next ar.d. referred to the charges made in "a weekly- pa- per, sayme tliat if thrra were any charges they sKould -have made lo his dtparlmeni, 'not publisried composer has oeen developed land for-yeatB. 7iie book la from ihcVrencli -'rarce' '.'Le-Satyr'1 hy j Ixiulse .Gill Bjnss; "some old Bongs "ia', Lady's arm and which caused quite a r in reply and ii courteous" hearing, lie .-J1 the, alo'.V'uientipncd articles, was far Ihe hencfi' ;uT the town, and .some- very blunt statements svcre aiadr. Tehi- by After consider able ot a ccndemnatorj' nature by ratepayers In. in. regard. to the. retiring A Pleasing Bill t is usually, conceded a theatrical manager is prone to bbasi any at- traction whether "it is or indif- ferent. This' however Is not tbe pol- icy oE the managetneot; they prefer Tatriftr to_rely on tbe judgment of their and are .satisfied' to stand by.! tbe verdict, willing '-at all to accent suggeations made to improve the entertainment provided. Tbe program- for the "first half ot the week has been aajuagea.oy me audience present last evening as a good entertainment. The pholc play part of the program excellent nothing jnal a series of pwtures calculated to etevbte, inttresl and amuie. part oC tbe menu it served up In excellent style, the choic- est dish beias the eight muelcsl gjth who" are- delightful exponents of art, the EepLeite on the aaso. phones being rendered with a rich- ness, ah'd" beauty thai compels aomlr- atlon. All tbe numbers presented are The Marvelous Tigtr Lily at Emprets Seldom have the" public at Ueth- bridge an opportunity of seeing such wonderful masterpiece in moving Pictures as is presented at the Emp- ress In Tho Tiger Lily. This truly marvelous production )s undoubtedly one of the moet Intensely sensational an mal pictures ever filmed and this intensity ol action is talned. all through the piece. A woman obtains a Divorce from her husband after deserting blm and a yczr.n -aughter and tecomes a famous actress iritb" many admirers. Sbe discards her present protector and fails in with a young artiet who after becoming acquainted Nina will have nonp of her. This dnres the woman, mad with Jealousy and she deduce io revenge hy taching her pet Hgor Prince lo dte like Nina BO encorapasB her death, little knoR-Ioc thai the girl la her own. daughter she deserted years fore. The drama then goea on to the end of the story in'a series of the most intensely stopping charming- and'1 call for 'nearly ap-l ever projected onio a screen nlause. Barlirip'.and his troupe of The great difficulties encountered in dogs.perform some remaTKable evolu- tions oil the-slack wire and give a j i very Miss training 'the tiger, a bad beaat, are clearly Indicated by the vicious snap be makes at the Tiger Rerr and GuIUenuaud, which ran for a" year at the Palais Royal e, Paris. The "American depuiatioa was made by "the past master .of musical coniedf C. M. S. "j'j The Bijou. Learfs in Features any further evidence is required to prove the Bijou supreme land it is tonight's program, 'tV-The in three reels, la cerialnly a thrilling fexture and withal 'a; rare educational Briefly the1 Blpry is as follcwE: Hilda and Eric decide to marry. Pa. bucks 'and- .they filope via Zeppelin airship. Pa. and has Eric arrpsted ot port bt lar.d- Ing placing him in custody as a lunatic. Hilda outfits the supffrlQ; tendeni. of the prison arid ottetls.'.a rescue. To further their ends." they such'a. voice is-most refrcBhlag and thorough- enjoyed: An original noveUy Is intrqduced-'-by changing! 'mal from white to .black in luH view of the' audience." His' performance is most rema-rkable inasmuch as he- has oaly .two iingers to iise." A railroad accident sorae years' ago resulting iu tbe loss. o[ one firm and hand and four finferx-' He keeps -the audience in good humor all the time he holds the stage.-'The programme is comraeaded lor your approval. See it. eeasallon in the audience. The man agement decidedly rtcommend the picture as being Ihe last word n an and advise aU 1overE o the "eictra" ordlnarr to avail them- selves of this, the last chance of see- Two other very excellent items in-' eluded in thfe program are the.great Vathe'e Weekly and a capital comedy, The Love.Letter. Friday and Saturday a Grand Lubin feature In two reels, Tbe Burning' River. secure passage In. a gypBv's but EDITOR RESIGNS Qnl., Nov.' 1 Tor 21 years manajfiny- fdilor- ot the r Adyerlicer, has reeigned, to' become proprietor of a daily parie-r at I -Port Arthur.. .Mr.-Wallace cl the night policeman, R. 0'. Alli- son weni'to the plalforrg ?nd replied they no'sooner jet started than, tbe fo the sratrmenis made in a. paper ivan fire and1 run in regard-to Ihe.light aepailmeal'asi wjw. More is a thrilling sicneV As run under his comrniltee R manage- j one I1ie rushing horses and the swaying, fire-eaten van, the 'slion arises "How far will they go jet a The view of the is exceptionally fine, tbe" land pictures taken from kre inagntilcent. Atkins, Frayne and Harvey Speak and accused Councillor Scott- i point blank as being tho real 'tor of the. articles. Kfs s'petch w-isijj When KMneys Start Acting TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS IF IACK HURTS OH BLADDER you up with backache And dull mitcry i" the Wfaey region focr'Hy you ha.ve too M'Kll cut writ-known authority. Meat forms urio scld overwories the kidneys In their tffort to -Jlter it frora tee blood tnd they oecomc sort of and yo'.ir kidneys get aad you must relievo them. like you rellert' your bowels; renjor- iif all 119 urinoui 7011 bave buekache, sink headache, your etomtch sours, too BUO te coated and when the IB bto you rheumatlr: twinfes. The urine Is clouiy, full of sediment channels often get aore, water icalds nd you art obliged to EMk rollef or three tfnes during tho night. H Idler coninlt a good Tollable pby AicliUi at ouce or set from your phar- macist about, four ounces of Jail Satis a In ti gfast of before breakfast (or s few days nnd your kidneys will then Act fine. Thil faneiss sails la made from the (icld of frriptt and lemon juice com- hlned with HUili, nad has used for generatlois to clean and iilale ilrifgfih also tralize Kids In tho. urine so It no longer Mutes, thus ending bladder weakness. -.Jzd SalU Is a life saver for reg- ular inMt otters. U la inexpensive cannot injure and maVon a dolighllul. tffevescent lithla.water drink. J. Hlflnbplham Co., drugglils applausf. Councillor Scotf repjirrt to t.hft al- lor the'town. Cotnu-illor Scoll rniri oaly did so when'thn lovri "had n unable to get ibc work done at the other shops in 'town- Scott topk occasion .to score both the cement sidewalks antl municipal huilding during the even- A read endorsing K actions ol the 191.1 .council by J. If. Schofield, all ratepayers, who were iu favor, were asked, lo Tlwre was a good response. meeting ap in a cow at ll.-3i) o'clock. fund of good comedy and the usual iplcle the hill. Mtdicirsc.Hat, :Alfa., Nelson, the hobo who loot a shot at Knginccr Tlobcrt Uordon on the ei- glnc of No. 1, at I'ashlcy, on N'nveni- was found guilty oi atttrnpi- ed 'ml ivas .sentenced lo five years in Ihe pfallMliarr'. Frank Daley, who dismissed 'his counsel in fhe midst o! the trial some days ago, made anolher start today vrilh J. R. Palmer o! l.ethbridjc, de- fending him. Mr. Barker Judging Chokies C'ardston. Alta., N'oy. 25.T-E. N. ker. president of the Associate Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta, aid ono of the Ti-omlnKH poultry men of Can- ada, IB in Calgary today judging poul- try at Live Stock Poultry Sbovi- opened Barker fott to Ornmr Forks, B, C., next lo do a similar duly at (ho Provlncfal tUm. Last Time Two reel special "SUent i Heroes f. A Real Live Feature Thanhouser Comedy IS of clean fun The Latest (Cant1aue4 from Iront After .thft Money -Mr. Fraync was the ffrst, candidate to..admit- that he was out -lor the "I am out.for tbe aH said he. ''but I intend lo give a dollar's worth of'servlce to tlio city that he could get out teod all extensions and That Booster Mr tlarvcyia strongly id favor of the hoostev aystoni of water, suppiy, not tiJcing into consideration the fll-" t ration plant Tbe system vouM without the rHiylnV of tha Trhole the mains, which would -require many "years ot expen- ditures in small lots. Tt now costs the city about 7 foot for repairs on the old wooden mains, whereaa C cents-a fool over and a'bove this wouW pay for an IS inch steel for even- dollar that 1 am paid. What j pipo lo ibem. The standpipe Is any 0119 of candidates out for? Tn Xorth Lcthbridge would' continue Sorao say they are not enticed by.jto %e a mollument so long-as the the salary attached.to the jobs they! booster'system vu not Installed, are so anxious to. Isnd, bat there is enough. .Scotch in all ot (tsta to look out for thit end of il." An Elsquent Speiker -Mr. Atkin touched bristly on several said that bo .would not be an "arm com mission He wfcsl his duties -ivould he, ar.d he would get out and do thorn. Lastly he wan (o give tho resfdents of the side all he could In tbe way of Improvements. That. B.de has col fottta Us due, but he would sea that, it did, j Mr. Addretg W. S- Harvey, candidate for public made a very favorable itnpres- lie rdtfirated his experience a civil has appeared In ,3Ie bad come to Lothbridge as assistant city engineer, from tbe drainage department in Tor- ante, nftor a varied and useful experi- ence Old Coimtry.. He had been' in cliargc of the water works department here, he bad on a.sound basis. "I'do not thinX that Ixsthbridfee voters should lose sight of the. fact tlitt 1 bare fltandardlzed ail the 4pecifiC4tioDS in tbo department They .were in bid shape when I took'them and ihi-'.r efficiency greatly impaired, And I rlo not think that I make a rash claim when I say that they are In good condition now-" Handle Two Mf.'Uarvey wns JL the opinion that he1 could handle both the commission' crship and the clly erigtueer's 'job, thus saving the city one whole- ulary from'fh'ti The payroll of the depaTtment Is now a month, and iiTh.8 .opf.nbn would not warrant" a, clly. engineer, along vllfc ri cotnmfmioner. --Therftfore the com' misiipner should d man tvho thor- hly iinderslanifl'thc working ot nil UM frrawches dtpArtnu-at, Points not. covered in his former ad- and outdtd tils reputation an orator. The statemeot of Dr. Lov- in pos- seBsion of more today if be bad wanted to keep bis eyes" staggered the minister. is something decidedly said he, 'when a man can .mafcs a statement ftke tnat without being Pointed Paragraph! Betcrvr'are. given" Bome ot Mr. At kins' outstanding remarks: "The development ot a -barrier be- tween tbt; north-and .south aides by tho C. P. R. was fatal, and tte .quicker the subway is completed tho "It will fake some time to unravel tbe knots lied hy the Indiscretions of the 1913 council, but once il Is 'done, the people "will that bad voted for conirnisslon government five years ago." "If elected, I will not only open tbe books of tho city lo every ratepayer, but T help him find what he la looking for." "I'd aas if T didn't sUnd for economy, but economy goes with ef- wllj be economy to spend lots of money in a'good supply of water." "Minliters are n dually pretty good beggars. With a few buildings not In me. and a subscription of wo will-have a library." "To atand-on a record of ten years or fifty is not a stMeciesL of. a definite polfey." "If my brains are worth year, 1 have 4s. much right to it as The meeting wag presided over by A, J. Blackbouriae, fairly wel MAJESTIC THEATRE Saturday, November 29 FISHER STEVENS PRESENT THE INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE THE FAMOUS GnlSittAL OF PERFECTION SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS BOOK AND LYRICS BY C. M. S. McLELLAM i HE PINK LADY IN ALL HER SCINTILLATING SPLENDOR THAT SENSA- TIONALIZED HER RECORD- BREAKING RUNS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA WHERE SHE HAS BEEN VOT- ED THE MOST VIVACIOUS BEAUTIFUL AND MELODIOUS NOVELTY OF RECENT THEATRICAL HISTORY OWING TO THE ELABORATE NATURE OF THE PRODUCTION THE CURTAIN WILL. RISE AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP. MUSIC 8Y IVAN CARYLL 500 PERFORMANCES IN NEW YORK SCO PERFORMANCES IN LONDON 100 PERFORMANCES IN BOSTON TWO CARLOADS OF ALADDIN- LIKE SCENIC COSTUME AND ELECTRICAL SPLENDOR SEATS NOW ON SALE PRICES: Me TO 52.JO Matinee Sherman Theatre TONIGHT Bartino's Aerial Dogs Louise Gill SINGING COMEDIENNE Al, Grossman From "While to Black" a Unique Novelty 8--Musical Girls--8 SPECTACULAR MUSICAL OFFERING MATINEE PBICE5 CHILDREN: 10c. ADULTS: 15c. FOUR HEELS OF THE BEST IN PHOTO PLAYS WITH EACH PERFORMANCE EVENING PRICES CHILDREN: z NOTHING BETTER EVER PRESENTED Monday -EMPRESS Tuesday THE Mott MarTellotuly Sentattonil Animal picture filmed STARLAND TOMORROW! [Comedy STARLAND Manchester, Kng-, N'ov. a woman's suftrago meeting held here night, the resolution was read at passed hy the senate of the Austral; fan commonwealth, declaring that man suffrage in Australia had had most. bw.eficlal lesulle; and tecoin- rr.fr.dfnj the same (o other natins. i THIS COW 18 SOME I MILKER AND. MONEY MAKgP! Wash., Nor. erage of 75 pounds of inllk a day fof three is the reccrd mado by pncheM'HengarveM de reg. istered Iloletein-Freeian cow by the, Washlnfton State college at Pullman, 80 miles of Spokane. dny tho animal gives a trifle oW nine Ktllons of .mills, which at the prevsJllBB for' faraliy'cbi- BAND 3IX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS sumption, would return nearly IS a day. The Duchjso comes from.a good family of milk producers and af. yet has shown, no. IndlcBttpn of, falling off: In. her Milk.supply, A cirefnl record1 of her Is kejt.