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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IVATLV HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE Thurc. Fri., October 10 The'musical event ol' Hie si'iisuii. in honor ol' H. R. IT. Hukc of (.Ymimuirlit's visit, spcrial engagement of Sheehan English Opera Company Joseph I'. Sheolian, America's (iroiilest Tenor and Opera Star Thursday evening "II Trovatore" Fri. "The Chimes of Normandy" With Hie most remarkable east of Ameri- can anil Kiiropraii stars ever heard in English Opera. gQ Trained Chorus Voices 60 Special Grand Opera Orchestra______ .Seat Sale Opens Saturday, Oer. 5th at J. D. Hisrhiliothanvs Drug Store Prices 50c MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by F1DELIO) Fine Programme at StaHand Exceptionally fine productions have Veen secured by the management of Etarland tor ihe niid-iveek offerings. The leading attraction. "Orphans OL the is a startling, emotional "Western drama, with an irresistible appeal-, throughout the whole aciiqu. Interwoven in. the'story are several immense battle scenes between hostile Jndiaos and frontiersmen, ihese be- ing portrayed in a realistic manner. The comedy on the bill, called "The Is one of the fastest, and most furious iun producers seen here for some time, Tne laugh-setting pos- sibilities in this film are for it is a yeritable "brain-storm" comedy. With another fine dramatic feature, entitled "Lena and the and Mr. Randolph Gilbert. StarlantVs sreat baritone, singing "Bright Eyes" in his inimitable style- Radium in our City Lethbridge may in a few weeks ness the marv-els of radium, the revel- ations of which have so amazed the TTdrld. Radium, it will be remembered, is the newly found substance that gives constant beat and light, and couunn- ously throws off tiny particles of it- self, yet without any apparent diwiu- mifju of weight or strength. Its niys will peiieirate a foot of steel, or i through two feet of hard wood. Its 1 cost is at the rate of over j poimd. ami it Is hardly obtainable i even at that fabulous price, so ex- tremely scarce is the present supply. Scientists estimate it is practically iu exhaustible, and that it will couUmie its peculiar manifestations tor thous-; amis of years without sweating I Prof, AVm. B. Pa-iy, uu -expert exhibi- tor, may be engaged for au early pearance liere.' bringing a supply of radium, and demonstrating its 'won- derful properties, also bring if j he comes. :i cbuiplet-e wireless iele- I grapliy and a supply of j liquified air. both oi which will be i instructively and entertainingly i shown. i The cominE of these novelties to j this city depends upon our citizens i shoiving promptly a desire IQ an attraction so Already many i tickets hare spokeu for, and if one hundred more can be disposed oi within the next day or two, definite arrangements will be announced. j Those interested in the movement 1 may communicate their desires to or I obtain information from Superiotend- j ent A. Held, of the domical depan- I nrent, who. recognising the real edn- j catiouiil advantage, as well as the I exceptional attractiveness of the en- tertainment, srs hoping to have pu- j pi la and public improve the opportun- To-day "Orphans of the Plains" VIVID WESTERN WAR STORY, "The Doctor" A "Brain-Storm11 'Comedy "Lena and the Geese" A picturesque Drama of old in Its Simplicity Extra to-night Randolph Gilbert Si' .iing "BRIGHT TUB soug that Set New York Having. HEAR HIM IP KILLED IN AUTO SPILL Dr. Quirk and Wm. Guy of Caigary Were the Victims Here, at Last, is really comfortable underwear for you! Calgary, Oct.' Dr. Tlmmas II. Quirk, of HIM! William. Duy, a paving iiispiM'liu1, lionie i.s Cornwall, Olitann, we re instantly killi'il about 11 o'clock ihis ovcniiiK in a motor urcident. .Hall Nys, a lo- cal man, was also liailty injured. He. (..'Hick was driving ilif car, wlifii defect In the steering ini-clianisni caus- til the car to swerve anil it struck a carl. was thrown, out, striking on Ins head and was killed instantly. Dr. Quirk was thrown against'ilic steering wheel anil re- ceived injuries from which he died while being taken to the hospital. Closed-Crotch COMBINATIONS N >t' The part that.WAR always so troublesome in the old kind now sels as siiuii as doesn't strain. ah 'improvement you will appreciate. Some trustworthy stpre you puss every day tins an array of these combinations in stock that includes jjoiir fcivorito weight and style. Ask for Ten-AnUle Closed Crotqfi the new underwear idea, and took for the 'trademark. PENMANS LIMITED SWEATERS HOSIERY PARIS CANADA UNDERWEAR Wfrim'sdiiy. OHolx'r 2, You who have only h alt-liked the union suits of the' past- slip into a suit of tine new, better kind the kind a man can wear with genuine r.omfort and contentment. Just iask for 73 LOCAL OPTION IN ONTARIO OVERFLOW MEETINGS HELD Toronto, (let. 1. ThEs Ontario branch of the. Dominion Alliance lias completed arrangements tor conduct- Great Crowds Lirceted Jit ing local option campaigns in -18 i municipalities for the January elec- tions. Among the towns and larger villages concerned are I'eteruoro, St. Mary's Fergus, Oakville, Mount! Forest, Aurora, Port Stanley, say. Glencoc, Walkcrton, George-1 town, Meaford, Winghanl, and Osha- wa. Wilfrid Laurier at Peter- Meetings iiy utiorited. The three subjeeis are novel, at- tractive and up-to-date, and with the numerous experiments to ticcpniwiuy them, lecturos are likejy to.receive hearcy support from onr intelligent liuhlic. SPLENDID ACHIEVEMENT. IN WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY Berlin, Oct. splendid achieve- ment in wirefess transmission has heen scored by tire steainsliip Cordova of the Haaim-.rg-Ariie'fjcan'line. While en route to Central America, Ihe vessel remained for thirteen days in constant communication with the German wireless station ai N'brdiieich. The maximum Distance covered was miles. The North German Lloyd steamer Neekar. for remained six and one half days in imhroken communication 'with Xordileich. the distance at which messages were exchanged beinir 1.S20 miles. PARTRIDGE MAKES MISTAKE I'eterhoro, (Jet. gave a. Sir Wilfrid Laurier a warm welcome In most oi the municipalities repre- tonight, when he spoke to a seated, local option received a major- Brock street rink. overllow meeting. Kit- Wilfrid was met on his arrival in the. city by prominent .Liberals'a'ml takeii to visit the iuilustrial concerns. Preceding the lueeting a procession was.Ionued at tlic market and the crowd marched to the. rink. Sir Wilfrid was heartily applauded as he. appeared. lion. J. H. Stratum, the first speaker, "referred to Sir as the greatest' Canadian of the day. Hon. Charles "Murphy soon had the crowd in tfood humor. Me- charged that the government "had ticen slandered out of office'-', hc.t said they were, not dis-> mayed and that signs of the times j pointed in'favor of the party. It was; fear, hei-held, that decided Premier j Konlen to call parliament in Novem-i I her instead of January. As to the Guelph, Oct. morning, Mr; finjerley. -caretaker of the King Edward School, was alarmed by a.Joud crash proceed- ing from one. windows. The splinters of glass were thrown the whole length ,p.f the room, which showed th'at window had been struck with gregt.force. On look- ing for the cause of the break- age, Mr. Brieriey was surprised to find a large, partridge fly out from a corner across the room. In a short time, the bird dropped dead, and on examination was found to badly cut in the neck through the window. One Year's Free Insdr- ance (PRONOUNCED EASY) SUSPENDS The Cords Slide When I Move with every pair- "EZE against breakage or dissatii faction.' cords follow. 50c. At your dealers or postpaid for SO cents. THE KING SUSPENDER COMPANY Toronto Canada promotion of imperialism, the Liber- speak. Thursday evening. On Friday als were a pnny of night he will he at Woodstock, the government went about-preach- ing. The speaker went on T.o ridicule tin- members ol the ministry, ami .Ml DIRECT FREIGHT LINE FROM CROW TO COAST I It is Evident the C. P. R. by Recent Transactions is Making This Possibility in Near Future Murphy attacked Mr. Burden'and his I Inn. .Sydney Fisher claimed the credit of. the-present prosperous con- dition of Canada to the Liberals as a result, of their agricultural and im- migration policies. Sir Wilfrid was yesented with a as he arose to speak, tie diil mil make a long speech, lie took j j up the uaval .question anil charged the j I government with having made no pro- I posals whatever, since taking ihe! reins of power. "i would rather defeated ten times over than win iiy such meth- ods as the Conservatives said Sir Wilfrid in charging the gov- The 1913 Russell "30" is ready Russell "30" Model "R" 1913 Touring Model Russell "30" Model "R" 1913 Torpedo Model Russell "30" Model "R" 1913 Torpedo Roadster Model Prices F. 0. B. Factory There will be A big demand for this car. We are prepared to accept orders for it now, thereby Insuring late Fall or early Spring delivery. Tiic Ifhs Russell "20" surpasses in grace and elegance.all previous models. Its many- improvements, both In design and construction, enhance its outward beamy, provide Si-eater riding comfort, give smoother nmning; power and the simplicity ol its Ml be charmed with this model: It is so essentially a Canadian's car. There is abour it a combination of dignity and power, plus that which immediately the owner's r.-tinement and good taate. As a town car, H is incomparably lux- urious. For hard touring service its strength is immense. BRIEFLY, THE NEW FEATURES ARE: 1. Al.aencs of all wnrkln; purls body liuii to absorb all shi f.. .nemmmtaliK- riir may be avoided. 0. A rim will 7. Moior frpsh 1) S. Klsclrlcally llshtoil I "36-h.: and 4-'n. tires, r, combina- 'clock In rar. The Toimeuu is deligbtfuilv roomy; and ia upholstered in fine leather over onr U-mcn imddins. The complete top includes a dust shield device for the rear seat. worth of eauipment and.labor has-been built into the 1913 Russell .id ab compared with the 1912'model. Scud us card lor an advance descriptive pamphlet. 'ALSO MAKERS OF THE FAMOUS RUSSELL-KNIGHT CAR.___________ RUSSELL MOTOR CAR CO., LIMITED E'V-iCHES Hamilton, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, Melbourne, Australia, s Fr ZMAN, MACLEOD CO., Lethbridge Agents irkin? r-n the body critfel'ul Ull'-3 7liV ivhole Vngtii of" the (Mr. i; Xew Mtartor: ftlectrically operated. '1'iirn ttii- H-.vltch ,ind yuur car if rtaily to pf. lielninfj Iiy generated ill .ar's dyniimo. I'ress a button and you 1 4-tn. tires. L Tliat the t'..P. R. intends losius iip opportunhy to 1mvu its western mu- lcts in Hi.- best possible coniiilion to handle the tralHc westward when the Panama Canal is opened to nrarce. Is evident on every band. From Vancouver coines the report that double tracking on the main line, through tbn inouulKics wil1 lie I ceeded with without delay. The snu-j thorn route is also receiving consid- eration. The company-is preparing to handle a large volume of freight over the Crow's N'est line and to this end have quietly making arrange- ments for completing the missing link on the west side of the mountains. The following from the "Canadian Engineer" of September Mils of the' company's activities i" connect- ing up the various links in the Crew's Xest 1'ass route, anil is of particular interest to the people of I.ethbridge and Southern Alberta on account of the advantageous position Leinnrtdge will lie. placed In with the movement of grain to the west over this branch l A New York banking house is in- i fo-med by its Sp'cfcmc representative j that, in order to obtain a water .grade from Kingsgaie to Grand Forks' and also to avoid three mountains. Can- adian. Pacific will build additional mileage through: Ihe northwest part of Washington; and will utilize tlie lines of the Spokane International. Idaho and Washington Northern and 1 Spokane Falls "and Northern. In this] way Canadian Paclnc. will obtain a! new freight line which will occupy an; important position in that general section of the Northwest. Canadian Pacific, according to the same Information, has si-cured from the Hill tnlnrosts the right to use" tlm piirt of the .Spi'khnn Falls! and i'rn kn'own as (be lied Mountain', lino, rnnnluK between N'nrihporl mid 'Hoss- Iftml. a'nd the'fni'iher ot the Hill line to Nelson known as the Xel- Kon aiitf Fort Shepard. At present time Canadian Paci- fic has under way the location and surveying of a new freight line from the terminus at Metaline Falls to Wa- neta at the jttnciion ol" the Columbia and Petid d'Oreille rivers. Canadian Pacific, according to plans recently adopted, will operate its freight to Kingsgate over its own line and over the Spokane International to Clag- over the Idaho and Washington Northern to .Metaline the new Canadian Pacific line to Waneta, and thence by way of Spokane Falls and Northern to -Mar- cus, Grand Forks, the Fraser river and the coast. Canadian Pacific and Great Northern recently entered into an agreement to build jointly the line, over the Hope mountains to the Fraser river. According to Engineer Dibbiee, In charge of the location a very easy grade, between .Metaline .Falls and the boundary has been secured, and work will be rushed on this sec- tion as well as on the projected line I from the boundary to Trail, a distance I of thirty miles. Between Metaline Falls and the boundary line eleven I tunnels will be built. The total length of the line from Mcialinc Falls to Trail will he forty miles and con- struction will cost appro.ximateiy said .Mr ViHliiu in cnarginj; me I crmiifin with haviipj; appealed to i prejudice "We shall try again, we j arc Ir.viiK ninv. We will light the tot- j tic v.iih priyilciscs to all." Him. Maclicruie King'and lion G Graham also .spoke. Sir l.auricr spend to- j morrow in Tori-uto, and will <.-o t'roni i there to where he will i L____'________..........._________ LAST SAILINGS St. Lawrence Ports MONTREAL and QUEBEC VIA EMPRESS OF IRELAND Friday, Nov. 15 LAKE MICHIGAN Sunday Nov. 24 WINTER Excursion Rates On Sale Nov. 7 to Oct. 21 RESERVE BERTHS NOW Early applicants got greater choice Rates, Details. Literature from any Railway Agent J. S. CARTER. Gen'l Agent 210 Portage Avc.. Winnipeg Hotel for Sale Cheap The best, small town hotrl in Alberta. Tor sale at a bargain. F. S. LEFF1NGWELL, Owner, Warner, Alberta Auction Sale of Furniture Will take place in the Dominion Block, 6th St., Opposite the Court House, Tomorrow Afternoon Commencing at Two o'clock sharp, consisting of the following: r, Bedsteads, springs ami mat- Typewriting desk and lyiie- tresses. writer. Child's cot. am! Osier- Kedinius oilice choir ana large ofiiee ilosk. moor mattress 1 rancliiix: '2 pljltfonn scales Berteo t iron -jiiuir Drcasers ;md Ijflrgo miniver oi' car- pcw and rs.gK Kitchen and dining clinirs wicker And oilier .articles too numerous to mention. Shovyis, picks, hoes, :unl gar- den tools. 1 fui! set of carpenters tools, Dishes, Cooking utensils Curtains, blinds, pictures 2 cook stoves ;i heating stoves y coal oil stoves drum outfit Shot and rifle TERMS CASH GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER POST OFFICE BOX 9S PHONE 471 Our Signs Are Signs of llic Times Let us figure on n Sign for You. T1! ni i I he Co Painters and Docorators Avenue South ;