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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Woman Haters MR. RANDOLPH GILBERT Starland's Great Baritone TJTR K.B AIJ) TRY TO STOP THE EXODUS TO CANADA o- Senator Smoot Addresses -Irrigation Conven- tion Salt Lake City, Utah. Out, something wrong; n our lu'ws that should be rectified." Tlw speaker declared CongTCrtB had awakened to the needs of the settlor, and that they expected put a stop to the exodus to Canada, "At the last session of he continued, "'more laws pass- ed taws than in all ae i. tllc' other congresses during the last Siutos Senator Smoot, of blah, at- -ton H Uiekeil the land laws in an address yysJU-rdny before the International1 Irrigation Consreas. Kver siney 1UOO the proviaon of our land laws have 'diiigly burdensome, said' feretoforo regulation: have made it almost. Impossible io oh tain homesteads within the forest re- serves, but a Iiuv passed at the lasi session of Congress, 1 'believe. result in turning most of the millions of acres of forest reserve lands into agricultural homesteads. Natural re 'MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Prepare for Early Election Fine Baritone at Starland 1 Rimdolpn S. Gilbert, Starland's Jat- acquisition, made his Initial ap- pearance here last evening, and fairly won hifa way into the hearts of the ]atge audience, with bis rendering; of 'several numbers. -Mr, Gilbert Oiae .1 of exceptional power and clarity, and bis engagement at Star- land will hailed with delight by the uiusiL ers of the city. Man-v great features arc booked for ehovsmg it Starlaml.m the immediate future included in which might be mentioned, the coming of a great .Tvtfstern war picture entitled. "Orph- ans of the Plains." which will be .shown on.Wednesday and Thursday of this n eefle. Special Engagement for Duke's Visit- Joseph F. Sheehan, the Great Tenor To who .have never heard Jos. -Sheehan sing in the grand opera classics it probably sounds far fetch- ed to make the broad statement that lie is the greatest English operatic ringing tenor, and they cannot be cen- sured for taking that view and ro-{ inaimng skeptical, but those who have i Tidd the unmistakeable pleasure of; liearmg "Mr. Sheehan when he was! leading tenor with the Savage Grand Opera Company know that: the above expend ou of constructors wlio had basis of population, a fair proposal t ofy wjtj, lhe linioncr cent, of them had given -consent. This WILS far more than a majority. The Indians were satisfied All legal re- quirements bad been det, and now ev- erything to clinch tlujleane had been done. They intended Veveloning right and keeping with the mar- ket for this class of cdil. Glen Camp- bell himself, as the represent at of the governinen't, had inade a special trip to see that fair play was accord- ed the Indians. A GENEROUS POLICY Rogina, Sept. city of Reyiua to provide hsus-eiiolders free veran- dah lights and current to burn all night, for the purpose of better lighting of the streets, and to make it possible to find hpnse numbers at night. Canadian Northern ANNOUNCE STEAM CHEST EXPLODED Newport, R. I., P. iorris killed atTd eight men were injured today by ihe explosion of a steum chest on the torpedo boat des- troyer, Walice. atop the codus from our j farms, build up rural Canada, help im- 1 write that ihe ycssi they've meastirnbly the people of Kngland in u make.-; sour bread, but their rstrug-gle for existenre and drnwISuan Vr-asi Cukes makt.'P bruail yrain cosor Ihe bonds v.-linU'sonn Snow fcl.i'he mother country. It will be more jRfocers 'J rakes for season on j help to Tiritahi than a hundred div-ul- aampl" irom live (Je: :i Swnii Spices A U'eryals, Toronto, Out. IAPPOINTED SCHOOL INSPECTOR Oer, CJormaM, M. priiic.ipit! of Xormal school and .Mjiior .f. A. MdGrcyor A., princi- pal of Aline school have eil ?oliool inspectors by the Alberta Xinas Excursion Rail Rates. From the West in Connection with THE ROYAL LINE JIosl direct roii'.e to Bristol London iinil the Continent. on sale November Tlh to Decc'inber 31 inclusive, return limit of five moiillis from (hue of issue. Good Going on ROYAL GEORGE tons) From Montreal. Nov. 13 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ROYAL EDWARD (I2.COO tons) From Halifax. Nov. 27th ROYAL GEORGE (12.000 tons) From Halifax, Dec. 1Wi licrlli ivservaiioiis find full infonimlloil from any railway nr steamship jiueni or A. H. DAVIS. GENERAL AGENT. Scott Block, 272 Street, Winnipeg, Man. ;