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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 DOCTORS DID NOT HELP HER Rut Lydin L Veg- i Compound Restored 1 HeJth- i Cicada. jrtars 1 wont to the Vic Hoipital, iulf erin( with a growth. (aid it'wti a tumor aed cotitd not be death. Tne-yfoandthfttmyorgana were affected, and said I could not live more 1 thinsixmoathimtfcfl condition 1 WM in. "AfterTcArae horuel sawyouradver- i lUement in tW paptr, UVlng t.yjii E. PinVham's Vcjotabld J Compound. I took it constantly for two win, still tike it it times, and feth ray husband ar.d myself claim that j ft was the means' of saving niy life. I fcignhr recommend it to fuffering ORILLA BKAULIV, Johnsai Winoipt f, Manitoba, Can. I WhywillKementiiliechaneeiorilrag j a iieVly. half-hearted existence, miss [inj thret-fourlls of of living, I when the; find health in Lydia E. PiiiVhrun'e Vegeta- ble Compound For thirty jeartil has been the stan- j Hard for tmaleilti.ihd hM re-, ttoreii tie health gf thousands of woman who hare been hlcd witi iti'ch ail- u dijpiaceaienUj, inflammation, j utceration, tojiiorj. irrcgulsriHw, tic. If JOB wtnt'special advice TV rile l.ydla E. 1'lnkliam Med- Idlne Co. (eoriadential) Lrnn. CONDEMNS BEARISH REPORTS, ANO URGES FARMERS TO CON- TINUE PRODUCING MONEY MAKERS Bdilor l.ithiridge Ilcraiii: Dur read jour idl torlal in niehl'i papbr 1 was somewbat surprised al the view lafc-j. en ty Kuther'ord I -.vo'jld like to kaarv what reason or authority the Ijoilor bas for Ihe statement that liliely lo drop iu price as Ian- as Now ll Uoefi uo[ look Itlie gool or good on Hie parl of tbc Botlor lo mate a sta'kVweit of Ihnt (even if he thought so) as a large number ol people are ready to. uellove such j _____leats and al once juake np! IheJr aiind tiial the iioj raising uuii-1 ness is done for all lime, and they j start to do Just what we fir.1 farmers i all over thle district doles at tie; prescr.l time, lhat If, selling their; breeding stoci. and if liiey continue' belling ort that clues at Ih1.- rate for iliree or four uiualhs there will be as largo a shoiuee nest yew as there was last, and the whole sys-j leru of educating the farmers lo! ralte more hois will have to le jute over again. One of liie .reasons for j Ihe decrease in price Is the large j number of unfinished lioxs thai are j put mi the Market Almost 1 3bip contains from 10 lo 'la bVsaJ lint should have iieeh ,fed for Iwq weeks or a month longer, as nearly MAJESTIC THEATRE j Saturday, November 29 FISHER S. STEVENS PRESENT THE INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE T PINK LADY THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL PINK OF PERFECTION SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS BOOK AND LYRICS BY C. M. S. McUELLAH MUSIC BY IVAN CARYLL between (he 125- add ]AMES McELHERN'AND THE'BEAUTIFUL VICTIMS IN "THE PINK. LADY" JJass. ToiirleiterwHIWoixoed, iTheo cytn i! the price should ..go rrart and laiwered fcy a down a jiltle more, we should not get In frltr.lened. I rcaaing a re KIN PEN Hal. Nov. Flrank C. found- guiitr of arson and to lareo >ears In Kdmonton Irtniteatiafy b5; Judje" Simmons. Daley ,raad? a aeneatlon some 'days aifo hr his counsel" during the trial 'alleging the consnlracy of withessts "and counsel to have him (jonvicled. tn :V.e address to the jniy, .1. n. i'almer, in .this5 trial, paid high I tribute' to assistance given Mm by his as Daley'E. defender. port of one of whether it was .Manitoba DaXola: libwever, ttie' report stat- ed" IhaV Iliw-, had profitably fed .11.00 lintlKD wheat to S ccpt hoss. Now we admit that the conditions on the average firm-are euch that those results could'not'bo obtained, bat is a 'wide margin between -wheat and ;the Kice we get. Then we understand that Xo. or even N'o. 5- wheat a hjghei-..fat-j teoing vaJun than -No. I, and na-wej sornolinjes have some of those grades it looks to nie tbit il: would ho IN'ALL HER SCINTILLATING SFLENBOR THAT SENSA- TIONALIZED HER RECORD REARING 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 RISE AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP. 500 PERFORMANCES IN NEW YORK 200 PERFORMANCES IN LONDON tCO PERFORMANCES IN BOSTON TWO CARLOADS OF ALADDIN- LIKE SCENIC COSTUME AND ELECTRICAL SPLENDOR SEATS NOW ON SALE PRICES: JOcTO "The Black Lily Gang" One of the most powerful Detective Preiented in tke city Bijou Theatre Tonight "A Smile With Erery Ticket" WHAT TKE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Splendid Prooramine at the Empress -A more palLetlc story tban ''The Sorrowful preseQted at the 'Km 1ULLGONE biisfneaVfor farmers "not lo allow our- pross last nlghl is seldom'to be'seen Delves to'be ata'mpaJeil nut any picture' house.' The sjid'fatc ing a reasonable proportion of hoss of'lhe yo'.mg girl, who' is first, cast on Ihe farm Onlj of the sureet "P .by the rep. and finally I bave-heard about tile hoc buEtr.ess up iri its depths, is depicted in a series wan told me.b'y a farmer', in'Mils dit-jof the: most sensational and realise t'rict.' when'they were cheap he and.wh'cn they Vere" hljh jp -price" he fcep't .a goo'd sited buhch'-'jicca'JEe >'hen the! were cheap he made a little .money Qiit of. a'r.d when ihsy worp lie; made a lot., a ml !l hat '.they were a -e.'jat" deal oftener' than..thoy and thrilling Inf'jUie Vsclreme. The set tings are beyond reproach and the ting is great. -'The above is a broad statejncnt- to but ire here no N.S. jinuarv a wu s-aStn-af H Mtoch irilh a Back A that 1 coiild not s IwMi.fennsd bja fri PIUS. 1 jot a i UVrt. the pniM aiT baeJc and tips an too' higltly .3 oi. ihe a ifTecti' itrinklns whccevcr he' wan! Hl he bit ujutlly Ike poln He kncrws lin ol ml'ft Surf his boast unaldcil. H :lo of treatratnf. The Nca is a tirmlcss ola tbal will transtorrn th erriblc (or liquor Into IK> abhorrence for anything atcho c in oVe without the use lypoJornlc injections, If you IrlnHnp you look into this, rbu Mend who your inv4slieitioii. Come Ulk it OT6r or wrlle or Iclcphon ioi-' book of {nfornutlfln. NEAL; SNSTITUTE, 13th Avt. West, Cnlgar) W, E RECOMMENDS BIG- REDUC- THE. WESTERN LINES o- the sea ever presented to the public of this'city, I'll. Jllght'Have Been" is one: of the best in a long time, and is very hard lo beat, for its gripping intensity, the attention oi thn spectators tcinj held'firmly Ihe quarrel to the reconciliation. Patbe's si eat is, a? em ark; able number, and gave gr'eal pleasure. In. inii. most emphatically puts one over his pal Mutt. .The adventurous Mr.' Whiffles 'ere- ated great laughter in hislinipersoTia- 1 tion o' the high and mighty aviation society's secretaiy. in "Kvery Double Causes and had'everything Is own way Until the real lurncd up. On find Salurday. a wonder- fully rear feature in reels, "The Ottawa. -Kov. 'important of tli'e Jccstern freight rales ir.- ]iry tills, mornins .wlon p. Muller. the American rale >rt, eraploTed by counsel for the Do- .inioa government, put in exhibits our aid live. These vol- mes contsiniBg elaborate tlatlslics upon Hie oiierattons H. durics ihe .florins, wii .line 30t'J, I9H 1912. 'Tnc'ino' mporlanl feature of the eililbHs is a trks of U'ales containing caicnta- ons lendiag to colabiish the desira- ilily of docrnarea of the cxIMIiiE ales on the C. Mr. .Mullcr] ases bin calculation of a l Ion of Ihe cost of the senlco pliis a profit, The re- ucllons nm ns hiKh as 25 per ceni. pv6T_on ejialing charges. Tbtw tables iiot .iaken lonever, when tlie board, met this mornitg but Mr. hfullor ilgnly mme artlcularly In respect lo. the ccst el ho yard terminal handling of com- mobiles In carload lots. Theso char- not a 'particularly Important actor In the CIM, amounting In most to less than one. per rent, of the etui cost of the service. Mr. Mnller explained lhat the table ho propjsel to dlscusa of fire bftaiB on practical' operations. ed on Ihe theoretical minor, than B practical basis. Chairman resied some doubt an lo. wheUipr the liiller souid of raucli real value In arriving at a; uropcr basis. Dunlins be on exhibition. t i Bijou Theatre In presenting the feature subject to: liieht, "The liiack the minagement feel conlidcnt of its.wel- ronie. Seldom has such n tective slory been even at. the liijcu, the recognized home of feat-, ure photo-plays. The plot is ci.ear cut and rapid, liie situation dtaroatic hesitation.'in' The produc- tion niDSt be se''.bc appreciated. the Co., is "also a splendid drama, and Ihe comedy subje'ct continuous laugh. Unique Iht Bijou_-Thea- fn ''accordance -with 'arrangeme made by the inana'seraen'l of the Bijou Theatre, the' firsi of the series talks in connsction with Ihe civic con- tet't now -under way Vill. be-tonight; Civeh by es-AIdernian King. Mr. K will take twenty minutes, commenc- ing at nine o'clock. A Bill Of by UIOEO bave sef'.t tht whtty nerformances a' the house in the tha1 Ihe -effcrls of tbe nianagement .to cater-to Iho public amuseinent1 is no mooting with the encouragement- dc- fieryfld. Tills Is the surpris- 1 ing when It IK .generally conceded that never before has such excellent entertainment been provided at such populnr prices. The entertTise was commenced in response to the many requests made to Manager that if good vandc- vlilb'was brought here. It ra- ce ive the liparly support of the thea- tre-going public, and although the aso and grace ttiat calls for nearly .pplause. i Robinson. Homair.e and Wilson pre- >eni a and planologue urn .that will find favor with all who them. eorge IjAvender is an old-tiiue fa- vorite" of the vAiiflGvllle stage, ami :ceps" the addience in good humor huDiorous stories. WHb four of" tbc'jjest in the. picture woria-tho nrograihme Js offered as the best ev- ening's entertainment.possible at prices, namely: Matinees, daily, chlld- reu 10 cents, nduJts 15 cents: evening, tr.o penormances, T and 5 p.m. children 25 cents, adults 35 cents. Wednesday EMPRESS Thursday The Sorrowful Shore Every Double Causes Trouble It Might Have Been Pathe's Weekly Fri. Sat, The Burning Rivet" A wonderful 2-reel maiterpiece by Lubin of such a ii a'museiv.ent would be NOT TO BUILD SHIPS xir.dou, Nov. to liie Canadian Press lotlay Sir Percy Oiroaard scdutoil .'notion' held in'Rom'o fiuaffcra 'that'tho.Arni-' strong new .Canadian company with armaments or ship-buliuliij. Ail they Intend lie.'said. lilch aradc steel for coa-mtrclsl pur- Tonight Only Exonera- tion" Stirring Drama in Two taken In England and America Big Novelty The Hardest Way Full of Human Interest COMEDY SPECIAL The Bipwling Match A'-.'; Keystone Riot source of regretted, unless better patronage ifi accorded this stop is inevitable. For the week-end another capital programme has been arranged. The Four Aerial Leslers are the heafl-Jin- e-s, and. present" ati act never before aeon in the playing of musical insl-rumenls Buspended by the pedal -Qxtre-niitkf, tlintlfolded, being a most daring accomplishment. Maude .Voiles', "the. girl with the The Event of the Theatrical Season Messrs. Tish'er and Slovens will pre- sent the si-Ufa'V-.--1 musical comedy success, .''The ''ir., i-ady." with number of New and'London fav- orites In- the at the Mniestic Theatre, on Saturday, Novomber 23. .In the1 company are Olga Ucnaugh Elsa von Hostel. Louise Kay, Georgie Harvey, -James McElhern. John Mundy, Jlussell Alfred Alice. Moffatt I.ucie Carter. Ch.uiea J. Hirios, Lee Townse'nd, Abbott Ad- ams, Jack Mortimer Meyer. The same elaborate production in ev. cry detail will' bo used here as at the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York, while the costumes arc the ialcsl cre- ations of Parisian monisles. Not a musical piny in many a year 1ms had such a remarkable vogue' as 'The Pink Lady." II will be recalled lhal for Ihe belter part of two sen. sons' it played lo -crowded houses at the Xew AmslerdanT Theatre, New York, and last spring and summer at Globe Theatre in London. The scenes of "The Pink Lady" are laid in the Bardeii of Le Coucou, a popular restaurant In the forest of Compeigne, France; in an antique shop in the Rue SI. Honore. Paris, and In that Parisian land of. Bohemia, on the left bank, of the Seine, the Quarter. Jhowinp a beautiful ballroom at the cerns tho trou-bles a sedate old dealer In to, despite him; self, is desparatel inf.lved in a young Parisian ellorlt lo deceive his ifid. 'incideiiUlIy, to rid himself, ol A'oiiwr-inB InamoVr ila of former days, VI5iV :'iy in "The Pick L-idy" the one bis musical comedy treat of the sea- Owing to Iho elaborate nature of the production, the curtain at the iiing performance will rise prompt- ly at 8 o'cloclt. Seats are now on sale al Kenny Allin's Dnig-Dook store. BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS Goilerich, Ont., Nov. Gordon, 30 years of age. was today sentenced to six years in the roni- lentiaiy for having slain his father, Hush Gordon, farmer of McKlliop township in a quarrel last April. Tin- Grand Jury returned a tnie hill for murder. Gordon and his father had of thei the bam, the youtg man struck one of is horse? with a f trap. This angered le father, who rushed at the son; rie latter picked up an Iron bar Ind fall bis father a (aid ilow on the si-insinB furnituTC of evey descrip play can'n'dt' be outlined In a around with her teeth, with an graph, hut, 'io'pul it 'briefly, it Sherman Theatre TONIGHT FRIDAY. and Maud Policy The Olrl With the Iron Aerial Lesters Novtfl Aerial Melange Robison, Romaine Wilson Sinking and Kcccnlrlo Comedian .MATINBB ,10c.; 15c. EVBNl.N'O Children, 3 56; THE BEST' ENTERTAINMENT IN THE-. SCABBY POTATOES BARRED Wmiinglon. Nov. heir- ng on the. proponed quarantine of rlsh potnlaes from Canada and EurJ ijie, because of powdery.spao, will be leld at the department ot agriculture m December 18. 'flic hearing does not relalc to a present controversy're- garding admission of potatoes from reland. t ...3TROMOEB THAN BO'Slon, Mass., Nov. "Neve- has Iho .International. position bt the. United States been elrongcr than at tno pro .sent C- Tills the view o( economic conditions In this countrv aented by Sir Oeoree PniEh, editor of Ihe London speaker at. a meeting the.commercial club. To The Old Home In Scotland, England and lh< Continent can be ma4e at lowett tort. Lareo iteamera. tailings. Rewrre so comnjodattong now. For full Information ask any nllway or steamship agent, or, H. E, LIDMAN, Ocnertl Agent, MS M. Winnipeg, Man, GET KID OF IT .GO.GET IT CATARRH Of.THC BLADDER 24 4 ;