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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thmsflay. Oc-iober 3,1012 THE LETfllUiinGE DAI LV HEttALc AN IMMENSEHE WILL TEST La�t Time To-day THE SENSATIONAL WA� PICTURE ** Orphans of the Plains" POWERFUL GRIPPING AWE-WSPIftING - ' , Also So* Today: Lena and the Geese" A' Quaintly Appealing Story "The Doctor� � A Real. ..Cure for that Tire*, , ..Cure for that Feeling Extra Special COMING NEXT WED. AND THURSDAY OCT. 9th 10th ANOTHER GREAT, FEATURE "The Reffigee's Gasket" A Gorgeous Production In TWO REELS of Glorious Hand Color-, �d Photography IT WILL BE IMMENSE DON'T MISS IT SPECIAL, HEAR RANDOLPH GILBERT, The Starland's Baritone fit Every Performance FORTUNE SPENT WORKING THE PRIMARIES COST LV TO UNITED STATES POLl'-TICIANS DIXON SAYS BUTCHERS PRICES BEEP TO BE CUT UP IN PRESENCE OF MAYOR OF SPOKANE POLLARD'S o'J&T^ FORTY or 'EM ALL \H THEIR 'TEENS Wasliington, I). C,. Oct.. 2.-Sqna-loi- .loscpii M. Uixou,. Col. .UooKc-vcll's polllicnl mniiHKcr, hwl a Htor-iiiy .scs.sioii toclaV witli Uio t'lapp Coinnilllce liiVcsUgiillni!; cumpaipn cx-pi'iidlturcs, (iiiil tPsUficil lie litttl ttpcnl $y(>,00y in the piogri-ssiVK ptimury cnnipiiigii: wliicli was not iiicludcrt in tlic ll(;urcs presented yestiMday hy Progressive TrKUSurcr l'"..ll. Hooker. Senator Dixon renewed his charsc tliai the invcKtlRalion was being directed at, Col. lloosevclt more than any other canilidale, and'chuUcnpcd _-^_ H'P conirnitlce to call ("huilcs I'. ...... .. I- , - .-.I ...^ .1. ,i j Tatt, .Thomas I:-' _ :.Featur8 An 'estraorrtinary feature, to Ij-a ehowji/nt Stai-land'ou Wednesday and Thiirsdayi, October i) and 10, la the latest Tr'arlsljliJmportatlon, "The Uofu-gee's' Cn'sitoji'.' a inaKnificQnt liand-col-t.rsaV-radStci'pletfc in two r^ela of the Jiioat'g(oyeqoii^ anil wonderful motion phot^fa:^h�'cbnceivublc. This groat attniction; lih3 beOri securod esiwulallj? lor ;t)ie' oci^aijlon of the visit ot the DnW of Cp'tinftught, and the management of Starland have no hcsltnlion In staling thill it will go on record as being tho blKgest and most attractive offering of the season. For the laot llmo today, tho �plen did Indian war picture, "Orphans of the Plains," is boing shown. -''i"�- ' Senator Dixon charges ing has struck a roBponsive chord In | ^''f the committee was inVeslipatmB " ' only Col. nooscvclt'.s expenses Spokane, Wash., Oct. 3.-Mayor William J. Hindley, of Spokane, has taken tlie warpath against the ancient enemy, high cost oC living. Ills fight promises to bo a novel one. 'rhe first investigation will be into the cost ot beef. Ih tho iiresence ot the mayor and gpeciai commUleo a beef will be cut up, weighed, invoiced and priced per pound (or various cuts and parts, according to tho present scale of retail prices. Two of tho veterinarians of tlie Spokane health deportment will be present to check the weights and cuts and to render export advice. By this means tho mayor, who Is acting on tho re(|ueBt of retailers, who claim Ihey are not to blame for tho high llv ing cost, hopes to be able to determine just what class is responsilile. Mayor Hindley has not Indicated to what other fields his probe of the national fiuestion will extend. public i:avor. To thbao who have heard "II 'i"rn-vatoro" tlio opportunity of hearing the great tenor solo "Dl Q.uclla Pira" sung by tho great Airierie,an tenor, or hearing tho Htlrring "Anvil Chorus" by a company of selected voices, of hearing'the world-renouncd "Miserere" In the tower scene, and a acova of other famous numbers, will be a welcome treat. To those 'who have never heard this great opera it will prove a most happy surprise. No better proof of tlie hold "11 Tro-vatoro" hss on the jiublic can bo given than t:ho fact 'that those who have heard it once ne\>er Idso an oppor-1 headquarters in .N'cw York, the $52,- and intended to let those of Taft, Wilson, Harmon, Underwood and (-larl>o go unlii it further brought out hitter exchanges with members ot thtf committee, t'liairmati Clapp look the charg^e a.s' di personal rcllcclibn' upon himself, tJui onlv memlicr of t.lio committee that was friendly to Roosevelt. Senator Dixon finally demanded tii.at Charles 1'. Taft be summoned to tell whether he liad spent $80,000 to obtain I'resident Tail's re-nomination and the committee agreed to consider the suggestion. The $!)�,000 Senator Dixon said was' in addition to the $:41,000 Mr. Hooker told of yesterday handled by the Hoosevelt tunlty of doing so again and again. Add to this tlie fact that probably never before has it boon S'Ung In English by such a famous organization of stars, and nothing remains ;to be said. Mr. Slioehan has selected from his various companies the jirinclpals best fitted for tho different roles, thereby making an all-slai* production. The famous Sheehan chorus and special Grand Opera orchestra, in addition to tho double cast of principals, make an- ensemble of one hundred people carried by this famous company. HOSMER YOUNG WOMAN DEAD Monday, October 7""Sergeant Brue'* GREATEST. OF MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESSES Tuesday, October 8"'*The Toymaket'' , "LA POUPEE" . Wednesday, October 9"'*The Mikado" BY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN COMPLETE MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION FOR EACH MUSICAL COMEDY AND OPERA 3 EVERY SINGER A YOUTHFUL. STAR ___ _ ____ |:H.......................... JH1,50, .$1.00, Toe, 50c, 25c!. 8|)eclal Itiii'gaiii Matinee WedncMlay at 2.30 i�.m. Prices 7.5c, 50e, 25c V Hi NEW COUNTRY AWaLOAMERICAN CAPITALISTS iiEARCHiNQ FOR MINERAL W'EALTHiN'"EASTERN B.C. GREATLY 18 REGRETTED DEATH -FIRE IN MOUNTAIN PROMPTLY TACKLED NEW DAYTON New Dayton, Oct. ].-'i'hc Ladies' Aid hold their annual ba/aar and sale of work on Thursday evening, October lirlday, October 10 and 11, with his, third. Keen interest luis been shown nil-star company, for two perform-j for sonic time by the ladies, and a ances, as a special attraction in honor i large attcjidanco is anticipated. A cf 11. n. H. tile Dulio of Connaught's' program comprising local talent will �visic to the city. On Thursday night i be rendered. "II Trovatore" on Friday "The Chimes 000 Hooker handled "for the New iY^irki local campaign, and the $102,000 William Flinn .said he had given tor Pennsylvania. The $25,000 e.ich con-tribntcd by I^erkins and jVIunsey iind Hauna also were in addition, Mr. Dixon said, to the $25,000 given to the New Vork headquarters by Han-na, the $10,000 given bv Ut. Munsey and tlie $32,000 given by Mr. Perkins. TO HELP OUT DECORATIONS MERCHANTS ASKED TO ENTER COMPETITION FOR THE BEST-DRESSED WINDOW of Normandy." .Joseph Sheehan needs no Introduction; he Is universally acknowledged A window-dressing competition has been decided on by the Congress ot- MVs'.rD'r!) Hccman, oi Magratb, -sis- ficlals. There is no entry fee, and tcr ot Geo. Husk, is visiting at her , the best dressed window receives a brotlier's home. j $25 prize, Mr. Qirinn, of McMaliom and (iuianij These window displays need not ox Lethbrldge, is at tho home of G. 11. : elude the goods that tho merchant has Moreland in connection with some ve-J to sell, as an effective window can be pairs on Mr. Moreland's separator. Messrs. 0. IJinmcl and .Ino. V. Dut- dealgned that will include these, and also grains, grasses and vegetables. GIVES UP lichl, from Ohio, are in New Hay ton order to help promote this class ot looking, after their interests here. Mr. i Y.-in.aow display, the Dry-Farming Ex-limurel lias 320 acres and Mr. l)uf-, |,Qs]tJQ, committeo have decided to Too Sick to Wdrk -Doctot AdvLsed Operation. Restored to Health by L}'dia E. Pinkheim'a Compound. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.-"I run n aew. , , . big machine in a large factory and got home ot Mr. l''eat's sister, Mrs. field 320 south of town, and .lolm Korslin is working all of it. i Mr. T. Mangaii, foimcrly manager; of the Farmer's Lumber cnmpany's yard liere, loft this evening lor Diamond City. The Farmer's company sold tiieir .New Dayton yard to ttuck-or & Yates, and ivir. ilatigan is taking a similar position with the Kar-nierls company in Diamond C'itv. iVIr. and Mis. N. It. I-'eat, of Lethbrldge, spent the week-end at the ..... G. offer a prize of $25 for the best dec orated window. The window is to be considered from the point of its ad vertlslng the agrlcuiturnl posslbilltieg of the district, its advertisement of the Dry-Farming Congress upd its general appearance. They will be Judged by somo of tho Judges who will i)e here acting at ihe Dry-Faming Congress. all run dov.-n. I hud to C. McDomilil. give up worlc ,for I could ! Mr, and Mrs. 1). H. "^ales, nnd Mrs. not stand the pains in my Burnside, of Warner, were in New Dayton on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Moreland and Miss Kli'/aheth Moreland, spent two days ot last week in Lethbrldge. Mr.s. Chas. 'I'nylor, who has been visiting at the hotel for the Past her lallier's back. The doctor said I needed an operation for female troublo but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helped m� more than tho doctors _______^ _ ....... did. I hope that every ! week, relumed today to one who is suffering will | ranch oast of town, get the Compound. My This Home-made Cough Syrup Will Surprise You Stops Even WtiouiUng Coogli Quickly. A Family Supply at Siiiiill Cost. Here is a liomo-mado remedy that takes hold of a couBli instantly, ana will uaual-.lohn R. McKay, clerk in the local ,ly euro il.e most stubborn case In 24 pains, nervousness and ' store Iiere, has accepted a position as I'ours, This reoipo makes 10 ounces-backache are gone and I ,,an(iLr,i. ot HislKip Levi Ilarker's enoush for a whole tninUy. You couldn't have gainetl five poundi. I ,,,epp j.^,,^,, t^ve,ty-(ive miles east of ''ZJ\^TL�ln ""'' .iTn!r�ruU L'i!n'wh� , ^�'J^'^'^ !'P "!'nj�lh- -niining engineer, who ^sbecjtt;; connected with the S(i;ideiudh^Cqp6' company, also engaged vvitii iniiiinif;: groups ot, the London Stwfc'lSiohansp and in Johanncst�rg, made the foregsing announcement in Edmonton today. He has taken up with the Edmonton Hoard oi Trade, the question of establishing an assay olhce, where minerals from tlie mountain and north country could be tested tor values. Mr. McDonell intimated that II the ore proves in quality and quantity, | as foreshadowed by prospect, a large smelting plant will be located cither In the vicinity of Tcte .Juan Cache or in tlio Fort George district. Many of j the samples brought in from the tcr-; ritory along the Fraser river run $30 j to tho ton in silver, lead and copper. Gold in commercial quantities has been found on the claims. He said : "Edmonton should ho licadquarters for the mining engineers and prospectors exploiting the territory of eastern British Columbia. The country is enormously rich in minerals, one of tho richest I have ever seen. We have located properties which will be developed by the body of capitalists. I expect to leave for Great Britain in a short time and will return in the spring to supervise the opening up of the mining claims. The product Kingston Oni., Oct. 2.-Thc Bav ot of the mines will he shipped down the Quints railwav train Inbound from l-raser r.verto Ijort George, thence ; -p^-ecd this morning jumped tho track, the second car from tlic engine and MAJESTIC THEATRE Thurs. & Fri./ October 10 & 11 The. musical event of tho season. In honor:o|li.R,H. J3uke of Oonnaujfht's visit, spec'/iaVeiigag'^>nient of Sheehan �^ Opera Company Joseph F. 8li�i(6liitii, Aiiiericu'H (ji'cateNt Teiioi* Thursday ev|iubg 'II Trovatore" Fri. ''The dimes of Normandy" . With the niost vehiarkabic �.5ast. of Auieri-ean and Enro|>eaiil stars ever heard in English Opera. 90 Trained Cb�ni8 Voiveis SO Hpecial Grand Opiara Orchestra Seat SaU>- Opens Saturday, Oct. 5th at J. D. Higinbotiiani's Drno- Store "~ Piices .152.50, .152.00, $1.50, .$1.00, 75i', 50�^ ^'1 QUINTE TRAIN WAS DITCHED ONE WOMAN KILLED .AND SEVERAL OTHERS INJURED NEAR KINGSTON A petition, which has the names ot about 1000 agriculturists in the district, will ask for an armory at Leamington, Ont. overland to Hazelton and the Pacific coast. MAKES A THREAT London, Oct. 2.-There is a possibility ot the rift between the govern-lucnit and labor party widening. Ramsay iMacdonald hag made the pledge that the labor members will vote against the government unlofj votes were .granted., to women, but It is doubtful if. �\^^ could, carry tho party with him, four freight wirs, the mail car and a passenger car were hurled down an embankment. Tlie engine remained on the track and brought the news to Kingston. One woman was killed, another badly hurt, and several others injured. Tho accident occurred about lour miles from the city on tlie Kingston and Pembroke railway, over which the Hay of Quiiitc railway has I running rights. THE Queen's Hotel ROYAL VIEW 6 miles north of Lotiibrlde* All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meal* � la Carte Arrangemrata can be made for private dances Everything First Class Special Sunday Dinner from 5.30 to 1.30 p.m. R. C. FITZ8IMM0NS, PROF. PHONE 1i24 i . I .1 St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Wlien a remedy has lived for over thirty years, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe their very lives to it, is it noS reasonable to believe that it is an article of great merit? We challenge anyone to show any other one remedy for a snedal claus of disease which baa attained such an enor. mous demand and maintained it for so many years as has Lydia E. Finkliam's Vegetable Compound. If you want sjiocial ndvico wlto to Lydia E. riiikliam McdIcino Co. (confl� 4out!al) Tiynii, Muss. Your letter will lio opened, ronil and answered by a itoiuau �Bd liuld U Htrict coutldenoe. .Sunday. Mr. N. 13. Teat, of Leth-bridge, also rendered a solo. i\liss N,ellie Alakavisli, of Itayjnond, was n visitor at the home of R. L. Blake last week-end. The following were \isitors to the town last week : T. R. Alexander, T. McNeil, li: JJ. Macdouald, and U. E. Balfour, of Calgary ; L. A. ger, LothbridgB. Mr. John Whitesel and Miss Dora Whitesel were visitors to I.ethbiUigo on Monday. Tlircsiiiiiif bus been resumed in this district, tho wlieat bcliiK for the most part in excellent condition nnd grad- �ei u ror you ing cood. . like It. Braces up tho appotile and la Ellglitly laxative, which lielpa onrt a oougli. � ,.. . -n, , , t ^-i j vou probably Know the modieal valuo !:?!!!:.�^ AV"'1'^:]^"?!!^' l'!^: days at llie mines, owing to the old complaint of ear shortage, and it looks as if ilieri' will bo more enforced lioiidays yel, it the C.lMt. don't hustle a tew empties" in this direction. ,Judge Hrown returned from the of plno In treaUng asthma, bronchitis and olliei- llirout troubles, soro lunRS, etc. Thcie is nollUne t)ett�r. Plncx Id the mo.-il valuable concentrated compound of Noiway wlilto plno extract, rich In gulnl-col and all tho natural healinR pine cl�-monls. Other preparations will not work in this formula. Tho prompt r�8ult� from this Inexpensive remedy have made friends for It In thousands of homes In the United States ami Canada, which explains why the plan haH been Imitated often, hut never KiicecHsifully. A Kuaranty of abaoluta satlBfactlon, or money promptly refunded, goQH with thl� roolpp. "� " � � � - - �> reports having had a good time. He appears to be in shape to rcctc out justice to all the criminals of tho Crows Nest Pass. Jim McCool, ex-mayor of Olsen, latiug the growth 6f alfalfa in the ivri-sale of mine propositions. N'orm.in Henderson, late master rae-i chniiic at the Ilosmer mine, was In town on Wcdnesdav. .... .________, ............. Mlfls Georslna .Mcfllll, of Guelph, u Your UruBBt^st hru^^^me^x,^^^^^ of McMas.er university, will ' ' ' BO to India as a missionary. A T H A B A S c A L A _N D I N G ATHABASCA LANDING Mr. Investor, Look Here! If you aro looking for a good business location. A swell resldontlal site to build your homo on. A good sound invcatmont that will give you 100% interest. Thon you should buy soino property in DOMINION PARK, Athabasca Landing. Why? BfJCAUSIS every lot Is high, dry and level. BECAUSE every lot is .'iO feet by 120 Coet. BECAUSE it iB liiBldo tho city limits. BECAUSE tho prices aro rlghl. BECAUSE tho terms are easy. Lots are sellinn from $175 to $350. Terms 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15 months, or $25 cash and $10.00 a month. Come in and let us tell you about It. The Athabasca Land Company 321 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OPEN EVENINGS ATHABASCA LANDING A T H A B A S c A L A N D I N G '4 ;