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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -i 7, l, LETJIBKIPfiFJ DAILY HERALD Page 9 7 YEARS SUFFERING I Was Cored by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Cempmnd Waurika, had female trou- bles for sovcn years, was all run down, and. so nervous 1 could not do .anj- thing. The doctors treated me for difr ferent thinga but did me no good. I got so bad that I could not sleep day or night. While in this condition I read Music and The development lately shown In city In musical rad tlreulrlcal at- lias prompted the Herald with the Idea or Instituting a (tonartiriimt op's olil finoilU lump wii with nlcnt) (I a nrna1 lot Un1 tempo Judiciously contiplled. Despite llu: pace) ul the' choir confined to music news. this number .the cnunclzUoil.dld In future, therefore, nil musical and'not In any way suitor, liy way ot dramatic notices will appear under the caption of ".Muslc'a'nd Urania." contrast lOvans' Welsh iu'otlUM- words; Holt Tloinc'Sweet The department will, be conducted i Ionic" nip ithctic, uttel hv un In tbesa matters, who -fila toiicludnij, numbnis Lab will .lie glad to'Twelve from time "Spanish Ml[ Ruff 8 tinw any lions .of iwinlcaTor dramat-; u u lsl Un .-interest. The Saturday Bsue of j the Herald w 1 In futura contain nrt- ,h Lh by Editor ot Uw i-xcdlcnt soloists -xppeirm( mlh Herald will emlomvor to k-aep Us mua- Uie choir. Iheu mines uc Ml wrote to Mrs. Pinlchnm for advice. In a short time I had gained ray average weight and am now strong ami well." SALLIB STKVENS, R. F. D. No. 3. Box31..Waurika, Okla. Another Grateful Woman London, fed as if I oould hot tell others enough shout the yood Lydia B. Finkham's Vegetable Com- pound has. done for me. 1 was BO weak and tireil-ttet 1 could not rent night A fnc-d recon mended your Compound anJ I fcoon gained health a-id strength Qri'd could not wish to sleep know other women who have, tajcemt for the same purpose and mi in pi iisinir it VJ A BUFM 90j Dime bt Londoi On I ydi i C I'mHinm s1 (getable Com pound h s sualy cui d m inv cases of Umili.ill'- Buchasinh1 immation ulcer .ition. displacements, fibroid tumors, irregulantiiE periodic pains back ache, that bearing-down feeling, iind nervouH prostration. VlNllNEl CABINET trice Langfoiil sopiino Miss Mlth Hooper, linm-tlii, soprano Miss Mabel Scott, soprano Miss Me- gan Hurries, contralto, and Miss Al- Welth Choir Slnaa Lovely icc M- not Wget- Tlicj musical season got .oil to an ting Miss Mir, I ilmumls ,t the hart. excellent start last evening at the Miss Rowlands inidp in Lflicient Miicstic Tlic-itrc the occasion being It is no LX iggeratlon to I ill', cxenmg at the iicsmtpd Seldom dots it fill to UIL Majestic Thi itrt hen i Grind Sac Hi. hnilltr COniJKintet. It that tin, Welsh Uciit) :uid coiiqiiL.cil indet tin direction of Madame t artistic, IluyiLi IlKiins Ihe -lUdiciice ilcinonstialiu ku PI lot of one to hear such 1 nit I choii oi Miigcis ipcop-- il u conceded possess, i uiial- jiu ni nil ihtp U th-u one kHuit which stood out bnl liuith ncning it was the. sup- erb of tone liscloW Ilii llu conttiHo section of the choir which came in for spueial qdmiration from the L-nUnisiaslic audience. The choir eltose us U bdl irerl Recital mil lie yuri iL nine "o'clock. MiKhmi Hughes Thomas m i uiial- :111 interview with Ihu writer, px- pressoil i delighted with the i.ecept-ion given the chou One, ol the numbers on Sunday w'ill ho the singing of "Lord Chord" with humming accom- paniment it should be added'., chat Ihe choir in work calling f i ih'cir opening numbers humminn effects night proved nicss Our beyond ilouht Ont of the bright spots in the tmd Ipt the Hills UIC piognmne wat> Miss which rcn- singing of I aura Lemon s "My Ain which won the au- dience completely Toronto. Oct. is'but with a'despatch fiom wiiich includes I lie following till mttiL lo iht west ntlun in c'osc Umcli Mr: h s to inoh ihle Ihi. i cxl Star. Prmu of W lies both of dcn.-il with appropriate expression and ulmiiiihl iiitonition the litter mim IMF ptuiiHj being sung j of iininmtion, excellent rhythmic ef- fects anil' nicely observed nuances. Lalor in Tear and the Snjli, inu the Hclbh Mm r Merchcd the audience forced once .xgain Lo capitulate to the alluring eltccts produced by the Sacred Recital by Welih Choir on Sunday Evening Th-s rc-appearanca of the Welsh Choir on Sunday evening hare at .the Majestic Theatre-In a sacred pro- gramme should draw an -immense a.u- clienra. There will be a' silver col lection.only and the programnve will not commence until nlae W'hlch will give church goers an op Ottawa'choir, and ;iot until Miidauie Thorn of spi- 'is ind conceded in Welsh the (ami! !iai Met of Ilarlich did even one to heJr tha choir with becunifi satisfied. U may hen; he th Follow m? mcnnoncd in pis ing that Uieic were to Srng America' political (le-iaetualh- one or two Welshman in the .Uni-c. Nordica has-been In nho obMoush nig vlted by -the Pan-American Exposition William Van Ihinin is to be minister. 110 the full i.hn Wnlsh numbers., sung j Committee in San Francisco to tfake oi i nlu his stit Iti In South To jn iii0 tl on Hit lust part of the Pai't in tlvj ceremonies incidental to 1 jnti irisenL niunbei nn me rndul with bohumuui s L.ho bisaking of ground for the expo Udiult Mi Donnell is to bt, r 1 ne and I lyus Snow B.JtIon. on Oc obei 34 by President itli but in (lie unit licncli B0th these ueie fmelj sung but tlicj1 L She Ib asked to oi Ontuno uhtie Ihtu uc i numbt.r with lib hiuntmg ,ind Mtincies melodic struns anpeaied to 11 m Hone t Rogiib ib lo forjoni. is 11 irtiane bit 01 part J rim. Si I iiduwn jnd en Js HOHK; the perfonnincc oi tcr ilie cabinet as minister of labor. oi i mMti oi the micuor Hi W 1 uill he iM union is reyie tnlilivc In Mi Uuidtn s way marked bv nicely cmbipiderctt effectsi. yjcrhaps, however, the out- timu, triumph oi tlie u is the excellence of {he mtetpictation nient i S Ciotjd uill ho chos ii iiom'ojfi Bi.fueh Tu tmibu bi.nitot Loi f lit IM, Hip Mhcitan ui ootim i de Iprinc tie the froji" I' I rotafore vith jVIis1' H topoi n dramatic mczzq so s nons i tistiwlly part pulliWit CDtntirniing oh Un the 'of I to or. ami the part of the un s i t nliusibJe sueui t tiiute ti'ien bv Mjis Vhce I i fljc is tini icliL M T conUdlto possessing jn lifnii n Home It phcitomcml stem unlLLl> Hit Ins igt uuoii qinhtx in its under i eii his letucn nL fiom ac l iic rhou this impressive seer TafL She is asked of "America" just ae PreEid-ent.'Taft starts the work .of TJ- oxposition grounds by turning -over thu first bit of earth -with i silver spaii'3. As Nordica's manage: ic Shipman, has arranged her Paci- ''c Coast tour so that she w be in San Francisco when tire gro'prid is broken, }.hc etna has her pica? ure in afic-epting the invitation. Ill J t A Suggestion There is abundant room in this fcitv Tor a immanent choral is tempi-ail to suggest that some of musical people g-st together, .and i conido possessing a i effect at once an organization of mix of ami pell. one oi i in ill P nil mm to imdt il il e fo'io hu pnhticil P pci iwith bruntulh eFfecli, an 1 in poit ]nice tone tolonnc on its cqnclu- uidiencr bnist into en in uuUiought oi j (hu nsm number repeated spots. drcd voices. Thei-e is plenty ccil-ant nmterial available, whjco. in the hands of a careful and choral director, could wKh advantage be developed and moulded into ft yerv satisfactory ind agreeibfo choral to iht dchi.lt ot the audience Bish lsociety. One hopes to learn of the >00 Cash For A Nanii A-'incrica's greatest ralhvny corporation, the Cunadian Pacific'Kail way Company, has been. loiccd through the tremendous increase of its western business, to establish a new city on tlio Pa- cific Const for its I'rcight and industrial tormina-Is, seventeen .miles from ''Vancouver. The site, as ii well known, is located in the rural municipality of.Goquitliim...... The Coquillain Terminal Company, Ltd., capitalized at which sokUo the Canadian Pacific Bnil'wuy Compiiny the land required i'or tlic terminals, reserved lor itself for poses the acres enclosing the terminal properties. A name is required to distinguish this townsitc .from Ihc lemnining sixty-foui sqiune miles in the municipality of Coquitlarn. A city of at least; people will soon spiing up heie and the inipoitance of a worthy mime is obvious. It is equally impoitant that the name be established ioon, as it is planned to place the townsitc on sale sonic time this lall, but it should be undcistood thjtt no lots are offered as yet. We desire I lie assistance ot the public hi the momentous mattcj of t boosing the name. Although 1500 cash is surely a generous offer, it is still a wise eslinenb on oni pai t to induce the many readers of ..this paper to' strive for the prize, foi the reason that we will have the sugges- tions of thousands of brains, aiid a responsible and competent committee u ill then decide upon the V inner. It needs no argument to show that the 01 moie employees oi the C P R with their families will form a community, a city, in every sense ol the THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY ppent about a million dollars for the purchase of twelve hundred -acres which the) require for their own use, and as stat- ed before, a well-selected lift me for the com- IpS clti which has been the talk of British Columbia and Canadian railroad circles for months is of the utmost Importance. This will be a new new the Pa- cific-Coast, and the greatest railway corpor- ation in America will have a monthly' pay- roll .there of five hundred thousand dollars, or more. This, of course, will attract b'iisi- men -tradesmen and professional tnpn, who, together with the employees of the railway company and their families, will at occe make a thriving city, and give In the near future a population of at least 26.000., The C. P. R. with its umial' wisdom, has this site for its western terminals ihd repair shops, for the reason that in s.11 Pacific there is not another place lyell situated for the purpose, as well as for the numerous manufacturing plants that ire "iure to come. With the level land, the water transportation facilities the Pitt and Fraaer, Rivers (here aim ply arras of. the ocean) tho .industrial spurs of the C. .P. R., the cheap 'electric power and splendid trans- portation facilities, the site will be irresist- ible to manufacturers. f Now this is aa likely to'be .won by the plain working man or his child as it is to Ije won by the highest honored college graduate. of our greatest inventions have by the working class. We -mention this especially to show that there is as good a chance for the most hum- ble citizens in the community to win the .prizes as there is for the greatest scholars. In fact, more so, for the former are in the to one in'every connmm We would remind you that the most prosr porous cities nT the world are the cities m which groat railway systems have their -ter- minals, repair shops, etc. Tho reason foi thut there is constant uninteirupted work every day in the year for the men.) unt! tho .'majority of these men are skilled me- chanics, thrifty, home-loving workers who receive not only permanent employment, but'higher pay than the average wage earn- er. The constant, unvarying prosperity which Minneapolis and St. Paul enjoy is caused largely by tho fact that the terminals anti of the Great Northern Railway, the "Soo" Line, the C. JI. St. P., the ty. St. L., the N. P. and other railways are sit- uated there. Consider what railway term- inals mean to Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary Edmonton. Every great railroad centre or terminal throughout America stands for a prosperous, city. Send us yqur choice of a name for Uie city, and if the committee of responsible and competent citizens decide that yours is the best (and it might be the best) ite will-, immediately mall you our cheque for one Hundred Dollars, with our compliments, and (hank you for suggesting the name. If you come short of the best name you have thirty other chances for tho rest of the aa follows: Tvyo Hundred divided into ten priztt of twenty dollan each, for the ten second-best names. Two Hundred Dollars, divided into.twenty prlzei of ten dollars each for the ntxt fol- lowing twenty best names. Thirty prizes In Contest closes October 15th. Head the- little square at the :bottom. Answer 'the questions there; sign your name and ad- dress, and become one of the contestants. Or If you do not wish to contest and only wish information about the neir uitjv simply sign your name and add res B and we will immediately forward you the fullest details. In any case you will be well repaid for the effort. Goquitlam Terminal Company Limited 918 Bower Building Vancouver, B.C. The Coquitlam Terminal Company, Ltd. 918 Bower Building; B. C, Gentlemen: I suggest as an appropriate name for the new city ad- joining the Pacific Coast Freight and Gen- eral Operating Teiminus of the G P R with the hope that it will be accepted. 01 P 0 CItj initiation of such a society, which will or Coronation music: splendor. Tn the a.monument to the city. Tbe pos- middle is a section, or rather a them's spsgion of an excellent choral society that many heard humming IB always an idmirable asset and ad-'.as they 'left the hall, and another of veitlsing medium for city. fascinating rhythm, in which the big drum plays a distinguished part But R. C. M. Sylabus these are nibraly special points in a The syllabus for 19.V3, containing is precisely fitting on regarding tne local occasion for'which it was-1m- inations of the Royal Academy of asfne'd, anil Is on a. far higher plane and the Royal'coltege of-Music Lhan London Fagland, has just been] EVO'II 'new-er than this inarch, how- .were an "Overture to a Greek Tragedy, Eodipus, by Gran- New York .Qpera.-Season linrica Caruso will make his re- app'aaraiiuc at tho Metropolitan Op- era House on opening viiigbt of the season as Dick Johnson in P.uc- cini's "The Girl pf the Golden West, Emmy 13astinn come Coruard as Minnie, the part she j the proaented af. the al Opera enL Ganlan, London and Mr IVatiui a Auiato is to impersonate Jack Ranee, Ho shpr iff. The season, which commences on November 13, 11 The resident secretary is lo- compUta nublication, and contains a Birraingtem Universjty, and a set of casa aclilmeil b> Wolf Fenans one of .nformation regarding the variations for stringed orchestra by act opera Tho of Suzanne varloiia eximinatioas iw- Reeii. "le of tho featl- i the nmnngBincnt of the Alutropolitan Getting On To The Fine Points! When you get on to thr fipe points of Ihc liunbei hnsinoss, t.ho'n >ou Mill bc-i gin lo appreciate uhat it nieHiis to maintain a stock of hmiher in such condition thai one is. justilicd u. harping on To the ontsidei little; oi nothing ahoul 'jrrades'. ol Lumber and (liissificatioji, Lnnibcr IH Lumber, nnd III at all' MKMC lo il Ihnr is a laige in qrin'lit.y and Ihe li.nii Ini'l ind dpin.ind the host sooner, yon .IIK! sndsfnolion The w.iv to avoid- infenoi qna- lity is lo (oinc lo ns foi all matenal. Gome once and be oin IIH ed Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PHONES Yard office 362 General office 334 111 Avenue S. and 121-2 P.O. Box viil orchcBtra, and a capable j Opera HOIIIL decider! to bring Orchestral Society The ib nb? fin copductor comppear." Both of these were 'mark'- j forward anothti In tho same ed first ierformauQ'8, and hoth wore! compos'si Oi this opou which is Lethbrldgs Orchestral by c0mposers. Pl.of. called Donne Cuuo.evho has appeared at Gnden JFijUen. aner, a contralto from Berlin; Etectriv Parks Broivnrigg, an. American .vocal spenki higtUy Hcinuch Ilcnsel German tenor Limbert Murphv nn tenor Merman Weil, a baritone, and Jfarral H Inei ajd Putnam Gnswold, hasa vocalists nnd h The rehearsal of the orchas- tra which bv the way, will number In tin nelgbboihood of thirty or ntpro h-eld in the Y. II. C. A hall next Wednesday evening. A- monj the to be rehearsed will be'tho Hwden No. 2 Symphony in D; two SninlBh dsncds, and Rairnond Overture The orchastn it may be added, is a purely amateur organization, and It s earneith hoped that It will receive support of everyone in 'th-j 3itj It is understood that the or- ihwtra will give a concert in the early spring. Muneal Feitlvnl Clout The great music feitlvnl at Worcea- Ens., has come to a maBnificant choirs particiiinted. One of the features wu Elgar's Coro- nation march, 'which, tho.ugh it "as at the recent Coronation in Veitifllniter Ahb'sy, and aubsc- played the Thanksgiving In St. Paul's Cathedral, yet twpalned unltiiown to the general ilule uijtil this oocailon, when it oc- a principal ulac'j. in the of KillllHr coauert In the It is iti certain sense It Is very lieavlly >Kfl coniposnl for inch Diwulon, In thf mill public lull It nndoiu Bui tlie noiee wai iplelldld node, and the march, which i of 'iiiite nymplionic protKinloni (ally with all the tanoply :odip.us Coloneus from the putting oj'as by his own hand had.designed for him, the earth open- ing and swallowing him. But what- ever tha meaning, the music is un- commonly masculine and vigorous and' if ..somewhat striii-ant I at Munich eight ago title of "Die Neiigi-arlgen .indei J rsuen to the reaching of tbe end th-e gods The story Uea's th.a cunosuy evinced by :i number-of woman ;as to what talfos place 'at a club, of- which their are members Tlmi inability to find is going on worries tlie women a great but SENTENCED FOR'A i 10 YEAR OLD ROBBERY Lima Ohio Oct Gef- gcim nho hv th Supreme Court de- cision nil! haie to aerve hla sentence of seientean 3 ears in the Ohio pen- itentiarj for paitlcipating m a rob- ben ten yearn ago was captured af u font dajs search len jedis ago yesterday, took a haridful of sto fen government hords to a lo tal bank for collection He Mas ar- rested the same day on a charge of hiiiilB stolon the bonds and has a large foi tin 3 In iighti ig the case. NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound There is no question to the yery.bijfh value of.CotlLiv> Oil, properly prepared and nnde KB a or who ire rnM-nojrn Nm-Drn-Co Tasteless Compound contains the t tillable-prope ties of tlit Cod Liver Oil without flavor. 'In fac this preptralicn is decidedly plcutnt -to the taste. With Extra of Malt, Eitract of Wild Uierry, IlTpDplionphites of Lim Soda, Potassium, and Iron it makes a cotnbiiii tioM that puts an cilgc on the the niifl hcl cure 'affection> of the thro.nl llingt and gcnertlly huil and restores health. lfpr delicate chililrcii Is probably no btlter "buildc: tlita Na-Diu-Co Tasteleu Liytr Oil Compound, :lps to it and Ids tip Cod J ;