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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 18, 1012. TTTK LETIinniDflE DAILY ITURALD Paire To Europe WITH SAFETY, SPEED SPLENDOR VIA (Less than four days at Sea) One Cabin Ships (Second Cabin) LAKE MANITOBA on LAKE CHAMPLA1N Greatest Comfort at Least Expense RESERVE BERTM NOW Foe Christmas Ships Early Applicants get Greater Choice Ruius. Details, Literature from any Railway or Write J. S. CARTER, General Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg. TERPSiFETE A GREAT SUCCESS o- Mr. R. Banker Shaw's Production Greatly Pleased a Large Audience October 28th 1912 FAKE and ONE-THIRD For the Bourn! Trip .HeUvecji all stations Pi. ArUiui' to Vancouver including .brandies Going Dates, Oct..25-28, Return Limit, Oct. 30, '12 tickets to Local Ticket Agent, R. G. McNEILLIE x District Passenger Agent, CALGARY. ALTA. Annual Eastern Excursions SPECIAL KAIL FARES In connection with Trans-Atlantic Tickets Round trip rate from Lethbridge to Montreal, to St. John DATES OF SALE Nov. 7., Dec. 31., 1912 Tiertirn limit months from date issue Liberal extension privileges For flirt hur information, rail and Steamship Tickets, apply io S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or ID R. G. McNEILLIE, Dist. Passenger Agent, Calgary, Afta. Mlss Kckstonn, Miss Neale, Miss Mason and MissMe- Killop, who wpi'c prettily gowned in evening dress. The wee pages, Myrtle Rose, and Kathleen Kail, performed their duties most correctly. The (.Jneen received her crown from the hands of Mr. Clarence Rogers, who knelt in hour-. Tlie ushers were Mr. Leveritt UP The r. hybrid VY-her, Mi. it. iiawson, Mr. II. meaning "a, delightful entertainment" Henderson and Mr. II. lieebe. gjU'ii in this new auditorium Uistj Tlie I Juliet- night under the. auspices ui the The bullet was divided into two Kiinning Hoard oi I'untiol proved to'parts, cadi with four episodes, tnu he a strong drawing card, in tlie neigh first depleting thfi year of fallow with borhood of one thousand people wiW the following'episodes, namely (1) jncssing lite performance which' on the barren soil of the arid regions, whole rcllcdi'tl much credit on (3) awakening of the (3) ro- tliose. upon whose shoulders rested tho Juvenal-ion of the soil, (4) sowing of onus of devising the all'air. Tlie gen- the wheat. The episodes in the fmalo scheme of the. main event of the "year of harvest" were, (1) Spring, levelling iiumely, Hie Dry-running (2) .Summer, (3) Autumn, and (-t) jHiiUef, was not only novel Inn in- Harvest. In tlie foregoing tlie follovv- Islruct.ive and showed the process of ing young ladies danced themselves in- (lic soil's cultivation us to the graces of the- audience, ;in various dances executed hy those namely: Miss JMyrl O'Hagau in the purl in the proiM-am. The open- power Dance, aiiss-Hhutla Wright in iiiuj feature of the evening Ihe the Dance of the I'aiu, Hiss Kla'me, (appearance of the famous Kiltie ripe Cony beam in the Dance ol' the fc3ow- j Hand under the'ill reel ion of Major cr and-also in the .Sunshine Dance. ilKtrne which Kliired tlie blood of the The festival dance of tlie wheat Eair- vast audience with a variety of jps in the carnival of the ripened Scotch dance music and which met! fields drew forth great with wunii recognition. Scvcrni sin-m- an encore hail to he conceded. Taking ber.s of Uie band also rciTav ih'irjthe ballet on the wliolc it was ;v i versatility in strathspeys ;i credit to its author, Mr. Shaw, who which evoked great unc obviously aimed to reveal Dry-Kami I or two mcinliers of the Y.M.l'.A. nl-jing .in 'an enterlaiuing light. The j .so contributed club swinging, paral-[ scenic invest -Hiiro was creditably ar- lel bar and wrestling acts which met j ranged. Special praise must he givet with deserved rerogmlion. Mrs. A. Southard for her Cadi-Us Make a Hit ling and artistic work in the costnm- The appearance of Iho l.elhbridge I ing efTects, and also to Miaa Downer, C'jvdets under tlie direction of Instruc-j who presided at the piano and had tor Kilmer, won tlie instant approval charge of (he music which was aug- of the audience hy ;i series of clever-' mooted by Mr. CJuskell and'his or- ly executed drills at the close ot.chestra. which they fired two volleys. Subse- quently the Duke of Coniuuight's littlt Praise For Natural Gas Natural gas played a pfomiaeni favorite, Max Muscovites stepped on part, in the program as without it the stage anil assumed command, j the auditorium would have been non This was the signal for an outburst'too comfortable. The officials, how- 01 applause and the audience .became J ever, did their work efficiently, as up- inlciisely amused when little Max di-jon entering the building one was sur reeled his fellow cadets and led them'prised to find a large number 01 gas from the stage at the conclusion of placed at various parts which, their turn. It was the big hit of the'needless to say, warmed up the au- evuning, and Lethbridge has every i'ua- ditorium in mm shape. One also nut- son to proud of her boys. Queen's Coronation Preceding Ha lie t, Miss Kda Hatch was crowned Queen of Ihe Farming; Congress, and with her at- tendants and pages occupied a promi- ed the Hags of the nations who will be represented at the Congress prom- inently displayed. Will He Repeated Mr. George Hareourt announced that the entertainment would he re- nent position on "one side of the I pea ted one week from today, that is, stage. His Worship Mayor Hatch j Friday 25th, at popular prices, thanked tho audience for the honor Tin; following young Misses-took conferred on his daughter, while Mr. George i-Iarcotirl, chairman of tho Hoard of Control in addressing Miss Match as "Your Most Gracious Maj- esty" gave her full authority to rule as Queen during tbr Congress iesiivt- lics. Mr. Harcotirl also paid ;1 l rib- part in the ensembles, viz.: Wheat Fairies Helena Simpson, Mabel Lloyd, Kal-h- Wallace, Leah Young, Gordon, Rhoda Wright, Bessie Little, Bryan, Gladys OH, IMaimic McLean, I'-dna Whitney, Marion McCambley. karth Elves 22 MINERS LIKELY PERISH llobart, Tasmania, Ocf, two still aru at thu Mount Lyell miiKi following the disastrous lire which begun last Sat- urday. There is little- chance thai any of the missing are alive. ule to all who had KO ably assisted in getting up the entertainment, men-[ Avril Little, Adair Simpson, Kath- tioniug R. H. Shaw for his work inileen Gordon, Phyliss ScIiaHc, Doro- construction of the Doris Smith, Avis Stacey, Dry-Farming Hallet. jKdiih Ban-den, Kdith Bail, Jean Glen- The Queen was attended by four lister, Bessie Kerr. EDISON SON SEEKS TO OUIDO FATHER STUDENT AT INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PLANS TO GO BEYOND "WIZARD" Boston, -Muss., Oct. Kdi- son, son of Thomas Ellison, is study- ing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to follow in tho footsteps of his father in making1 a fertile brain produce inventions for the benefit of mankind. Ue ulans, ho admiia, to fry to do bettor than tlie "wizard" has already done. His groat aim is io discover some cheap substitute for coal, which, in fifiy or a Hundred years, lie -says, will 1m bes'Oiid the purchasing power of llic masses. Young ICdison IIIIH escaped public notice during his four years study in Boa ton, which lie it; now coin- tiiiR. The fact that he i? a student at "Tech." with his fa i hep's frc- nt praise of the institution, lias re- vived reports that Edison the !iii- onynious donor of the re- cently to tlie insiitule. Cares Little For Sccisiy Studious to a marked endow- ___ ______-sj cd with the same capability of concen- trating his thoughts on tho deepest problems, as does his noter! parent, Edison, caring little Or social lli'c, r.iid less for athletics, spends most of his time thinking of potentials, bPt- toriea and electricity in general. Charles, who working on a stor- nge battery when interviewed, told how bis father had trained him to be an inventor. "I spent much of ray life vfhen a Edison said, "pottering' around iay father's laboratory. Rut> i never did any actual work there until ibis vast summer, when I went on the jJiy- roll for a month and a httlf, ueiuir my weekly wage." Had To Produce The Goods "My standing hi the laboratory lias been no different from that of tiio other young fellows. 1 had to produce the goods, and when I had the misfor- tune to slip up 1 received only the same consideration another employe would who was not the son of the pro- prietor. ".My great aim, it seems to :iow, will be to discover some substitute, for coal, which fifty or a hundred years i from now probably Will be beyond the; working classes. To lind that sulisti-j tuto, which may be hidden now in 1 some cheap by-product, will be my hobby." GOTHAEiCeiCAGO WALK BY TWO MEN COLLEGE AND RAIL PRESIDENTS AND 60, AGREE ON BIG TRAMP New York. Oct.1 since Dr. John II. Finloy, president of the Col- lege of city of New YorU, made his walk around .Manhattan Island recent- ly he has heen besieged with invita- tions to walk in all paiis oE the coun- try. On Friday Rear Admiral Cameron V.'lnslow was giving a luncheon thrt hattleshtp Virginia. Dr. Finley t iiurrn his old fviend, F. D. Under- wood, president of tho Krfe railroad. "Hear you have heen doing some said Underwood. "Yes, had ;t litto pleasure walk all v myself." "Perhaps you thought you did some- thing cpntimiod l.'mlvrwootl. Profit-Sharing Gifts for Smokers We Have Decided to Share Profits the Smokers of Canada Our new profit-sharing coupons are not iven as an inducement to smokers to buy lBlack Cat" Cigarettes, The value and quality of our cigarettes remain as a matter of the best that money can buy. We have obtained the custom of the critical smokers of Canada, and are giving them the best tobacco and the best work- manship, and we will never risk our repu- tation by giving them anything but the best. Our new policy of gifts to smokers is simnly the modern step forward of sharing profits. Our good name and the value of our brands is a guarantee of good faith to the smokers of Canada. Every Packet of "Black Cat" Cigarettes Now Contains a Profit-Sharing Coupon All issues of "Black Cat" Cigarette Coupons areavailablewith the newProfit-SharingCoupons for the gifts described in the Illustrated ;Bq.pklet, and have the same value as the new Coupons.1 Value of Coupons. Instead of receiving a dividend- in cash, smokers receive Profit-Sharing Coupons worth about twice as niuch in obtain- ,ing the described in die lllus- Strated.Booklet fduhd.aiieach packet. the articles "described in the Illustrated Booklet are British-made by well-known manu- facturers and are of the best quality. Black Cat Medium for 10 Cents Mild In every packet of "Black Cat" Cigarettes you will find one Profit-Sharing Coupon and an Illustrated Booklet, giving full particulars and the list of gifts. Save the Coupons, select the gift, and mail Coupons to the address below. Your gift will reach you by return. Address: CARRERAS MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Limited 853 St. Lawrence Boulevard, Montreal, Que. If you do not find an Illustrated Bonhltt of Gifts in the packet write us for one__________ An Unsolicited Analytical Endorsement The London Lancet, t% most authoritative Medical Journal in the world, published on page 04.8 of its issue of August 24, 1912, an analysis of various best known cigarettes including "Black Cat" Cigarettes. shows that the least harmful tobacco .ta. that which con- tains the least Furfural.. In other words The London analyst has proved that '-'Black Cat" Cigarettes are the purest and best for health. "Well, I wnnt you io know that. I'm' ii walker, too. made the dame trip ;iround .Manila t tun Island eighteen echoed the college pros-] idont. "Mnily! It Is one of the am-j bitiuiis of my life to wulk to Chicago. years ngo, and I went you ono better Is it a than thirty miles, for I wound up at the "It, replied Mr. Underwood. Brooklyn navy yard. Xo-.v what's the Special Train to Accompany. mutter with iw taking a walk togeth er some Agree to Walk to Chicago, "Nothing would please me ayly replied the college president. "Where will we asked the president. "Would a trip around Manhaitau Is- land be too much of nn Then Mr. Underwood sprang a sur- prise v.-hfch was to make walking to Chicago a great deal more pleasant than walking fo Princeton in tho dead of night and being held up by a New Jersey policeman as a suspicious char- acter, all of which has happened in the life oi' Dr. Fmley. or to walfring across tho state of New Hampshire, or asked Dr. Fintey, who js 48 years old and In tho prime of life. "Manhattan? Xnt on your life. Let's j. take ;t rtal ij, suggeslcd Or. loy. I AVhat.'.s Hie matter evon around Manhattan island, with all its diversity of life and scenery. Mr. Underwood suggested that they U) finally came from Ihe president of the Krtfl. now more than CO yeara old, but looking as robust as a man of tU. From deep WHter 1" 'he Atluntlu to water in ihe PacisJc tho Panitma canal wtf in length. SLKEPY HOLLOW Ale. Cornwall lias returned fi-om" his visit to Iowa. Children's day was apuroprlately observed at the McKnight Sunday school. Felix Miller's wheat went thirty bushels to the acre. Mr. Jepaon is on the sick list, but Vas slightly better yesterday. The fine weather of the past week has mane ihe threshers smile. H.