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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VJki TuoRdnjYOdobei-21. 1913 TIIE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Battle of Gettysburg Starland Mon. and Tues. FIVF REELS OF WONDEH to Grow Hair on A Bald Head BY A SPECIALIST Thousands of people surfer from baldness and falling luiv.. who having tried nearly every advertised hair tonic and hair- grower without results, have re- signed themselves lo baldness, and its attendant discomfort. Yet iheir cise Is' nol hopeless; the following simple liorae pie- scriptlon has made balr grow after yeans of baldness, and is also unequalled' 'for restoring gray hair to its original color, stopping hair from falling out. ar.d destroying the dandruff f.erm. It will not make tbc hair greaiy. and can b'e rut up by any Buy Hum. r, o'.mces, l.ayona de Composee, 2 ounces; Crystals, one lialf drachm. If you wlsli it perfumed, add half lo one tea- spoonful pf To-Kalon Perfume, rtieh unites perfectly the other ingredients. This prepar- ation is highly recommended by physicians and specialists, and 13 "absolutely harmless, as it contains none of the poisonous wood alcohol so frequently found In hair tonics. Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT Last Chance 44 1 To See Most Talented Company of artists now on tour TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, the acme of perfection in photo play "THE SNARE OF FATE" Three Reels of the Best from the Motion Picture Studios Majestic Theatre, Fri., Oct. 24th AUSPICES OF THE CITY BAND, THE CELEBRATED SCHUBERT SYMPHONY CLUB and LADY QUARTETTE by the famous Entertainer, MISS HAZEL CROSBY and the American Violin Virtuoso, THOS. VALENTINE PURCELL A Musical entertainment of the greatest excellence, enjoyable alike '.to the Musician and the Mastet SEE OUR SPEAKS FOR ITSELF PRICES: and Don't Miss .this Treat! Seats on.Sale at Kenny A Allin't Drug-Book Store LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS'AGENTS HAVE TO. SAY 1'ir.cher "Creek, 'Oct. 20.-A crowd nned out on Saturday afteruoun lo Stress the'bucking match' in Kettle's The riders were Chappie Clark- and -Wrestler Milligan. The .itch was fur a side' bet of SnO alter 2.'.Srit[ eiliibitjon in by Chappie.Clarksou.. GOING TO WINNIPEG Oct. P. ilrucc -.orntoa, of. Barrie, Onl., was chosen a unanimous vote to llie pastor- f of St. Paul's Presbyterian churvli, .iich has heen vacant since thc'Hev. t'iizrles Stewart accepted a call Newark, X-J.t in April lasl. "The Versailles" Bring. Record'.House to the .Sherman wine needs no bvjsl." TUe truth or tliis was showii crowd- ed auditorium of Ihe Sherman 1'heatre when the Versailles paid their return vlsil, as. advertised, last The jirograni- was entirely novel aud was iHvtiled into two parts. Iflrat "consisted of a number of-vocal selec- tions in costume. ThcEe' were well chosen, and varied (rom the serious J to the comic. Mere eacii member of Ihe company showed individual ca- pacity lor entertaining and- amusing. Tuneful throughout, and with refine- rneut in .the. fun, encores werelrmich in demand. The second part uf the program was ;i musical medley.- en titled gave- ample opportunv ties for the members of the cast to bring their particular talents with ad vantage before'tho public! in s'uUe of j the piece being something of an in it_ fully fulfilled tbe purpose Intended. 1 did not require-a lamiliarily -with houseboats, and the upper leaches o Ihe TEiames, to appreciate the and fuii which ran lUtle. piece. r "Miss 'Zara Clintgu once more gratiated 'herself Vhh her audience. TONIGHT B1.1Q LJ TONIGHT An Attraction of Unusual Interest in the Appearance of Ex-Convict Hassell HIS .WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES ILLUSTRATING LIFE BEHIND THE WALLS OF THE SALEM, ORE, PENITENTIARY. A FORCEFUL EXPOSURE OF BRUTAL PRISON METHODS. Miss Marguerite Her Last Appearance >n conditions, as he experienced them ehind The walls of a prison at Salem, JIaring been convicted, through pre- udice, of an offence that sent him to prison for three years, be look advan.- ige of the Incarceration to gather the nrcesaary details and weave them into most interest ing-, tale. indeed, stranger than the-mo_3t strange fiction, and >el as true as" the "deepest truth, and as Mr. Hassel! asserts, the only reason for Ihe'conllnued" existence of such conditions because they have not heen given publicity, Associated with -Mr. llaasell in Ma peculiar way of bringing about prison reform, .is that very attractive and highly cultivated soprano. Miss Mar- Marguerite Matthews, who has, by her charming personality voice, so Ingratiated herself In the hearts of the large and cultured audi- ences thai-have for the past week en- joyed her singing at the Bijou. JIatlrinwB, whose home is iri. Glouces- ter, England, was a" pupil Dr. A. Herbert Brewer, the welMinown or- ganist of Gloitccster Cathedral. Her first public appearance was at the brimful in tho -Crystal Palace in London, 'whore she ;ang In. Handel's carrying iff alt honors.1 Sha-afterwards ap- leared in Hereford, Worcester and WITCHES AND GHOSTS Will hold 'V revelry In the K.'.P. HALL Tuesday Evening, Oct. 28 At 8.30 "o'clcck" under the aus- of the VdOfig Ladies' Scd- alily of St. Patrick's Church. "Come and thc'Gheili' Par- ade. MutTcal Program. Admission 10c. Supper 10c lo 2Qc IB- niorrow To- He Did lTot Drink Many men arc good liusbaudB and1 ar.d fathers in every way except j habit oj drinking. They have be- )uf so badly poisoned with alcohol .a llioy cannot stop UrinMnir.'Tbe is unliappiness and poverty for ft? and family. Encourage thpm to jte the Neal Drink Habit Treatment. !e Neal Treatmenl will remove the jving and necessity for drink In :-ee the use of hypo- lajectionn. Write or call the NEAL INSTITUTE, 13fh Avc! Calgary Phone W. -1525 Look Young, Darkei Gray Hair '.IB- Grandma's Sage Tej and Sulphur Recipe and nobody can tell. ..Brufth It through hair Gray 'jowp.ver hanrtsome, lenolcs aihaticliiE age. We all Itie iidvuntagea of a youlii- I'ul Your hair Is voar charm. It makes or mnrn 'he fate. When fl 'ffldea, lurns and looXs dry, tvlspy ani! isgsr, 'cw applications Sago Tea, and Sulphur en- appearance- a. liun- :ttd lion'l stay gray! Ixwfc young! ivlllicr prepare the Ionic at home ,r pf I from any drug store a 50 enl bottle ot "Wyclh's Sage' Sulphur Jfalr llcmcdy." .ho'i'ands ot folks recommend bis rnady.lo-tiBo prcparallon, iccanae It darkens' the hair jcautifully and removes dand- scalp Itching and fall- at hnlri beaMes. no one can -ESlbly tell. it darkens so -turaHy and evenly. You rrtois- en R spohge cr soft1 I, drawing this through llic taking one amaH etrar.d at lime. By morning, (bt gray ulr dlnapiwars; after another -.ppllcatfon or tno. Its natural olor Is restored and it becpmca "it. slotsy anJ lustrous, nnd on appear yearn younger., .1. D. llglnhotham fc .Co., J.lcl........ Miss'Harrie Fawn lias (a way-alt her own" which amuses and attracts.- Mr. Billy-.Oswald added further' laurels.lo Ins 'ability for creating" fun and. diver- sion. Mr. Harry "hoylflrid- .was all there in the character of the which is the latest vocabulary descrip- tion of that species of the human masculluo. Added to these was the tine singing voice of Mr. Charles Car- del ami the dainty .contributions .of winsome Miss Edftli'-Fawn. all helping to raafce up a delightful evening's eii- terlalnmeut. r The "Canadian which the company has gained will bo" repeated tonight. Defence of Th following Is a synopsis of "'The Defence of Montreal.'1 tbe'great'photo- pjay masterpiece which is'to bo seen at Slariand for'-two-'days- only.- com njenjcliig tomorrow. Henri l.lupre, a floldler of fortune, while-vis King Ville Marie, Montreal, loses his hoart to Marie le Bond: To'prove-he is worthy of her hand he goes into the forest to tray. He overhears, a hand oMnxiuola plan the destruction of the warn the settlerfi.' -Uollard des Omieaux ud sixteen companions, followed by Henri Dui-re and some friendly Algon quins set out to try ,ani! prevent tfie ntlart-. After firing on the advancing Iroqupla from an .ambuah, they .rn- Ircat'lo tht'shfltor of an abandoned stockade, which they have fortified. For many hours they desperately hold the savages at bay; The. Algonquins lose -hope and to save their join -the attacking; InrliaoB. Finally Dollanl orders an arqifeliUB into a bomb to throw atn'ong Hie savages. Instead of falling on the outer side of the stofkftde, It strikes Ibc'top of the palisades find explodes'as it falls In- side.-killing several of the tr.ivc rlc- fendf-rfl. The 4s bust open, and Ihe Iraquols pour In. killing and scalp- Ing all the Binvivors. Thoroughly discouraged, though, nt Ihe this email hand had wrought, the Inxiuois deem -it .wiser to rellmiuEah their plan out Ville the French settlers and their families are (him saved. Exceptional Progrimme if the Bjjou One ,of lEiOAe special attractions that, owing to' oughl to he tlassUffd as n rare'educational bo shown at- the -_Illjou TheatrR this evening, llacsell, -the ex-convlcl, lecturer. and attorney, will freely uxplaln his.won- riiovlng1 pictures.' Gloucester In the musical festivals, and camo (o America to accept a posl- ,ion as leading soprano in -Dr. Mai- Ihews' choir, the Hrst Presbytsrlaa' Church, of Seattle, Wash. U was while on a singing tour through the principal cities of the Pacific Coast that she met -Mr.' Has- sell, in Portland, where they .'ere a.fterwards married. She- has become, Intensely interested !in the amelioration of prison'conditions, and licr heart is solely engaged in the vork of her. husband. Tuesday evening witness her last appearance at-the popular where- she uiH slog, by special re- quest, immediately after Mr. -Hassell's lecture, "Ave from Cavallen'a Rusticana. At the Sherman Tonr.'irroiv nlgh't this popuEar.ho'JEd returns to motion pictures, and -thej programme. selected is one of tho strongest and most interesting yet presented. The feature is a EiibjecE, entitled "The Snare ot Houtehold Economy How lo Have Uio Best Coach Sjniji and Save MaViDjc It Homa. and deals in a'nioil graphic manner with the allurements of the Qoti .Mam- mon, is iacrificed youth, love and happiness. To form any Idea ol this picture, it must bo seen, as any Vord-plcture fails utterly to give- one comprehension of its dramatic strength and wonderful pre- sentment. Re'meinher, if you eee it at the good, care being exercised-wttli all attraclloas to please-the theatre-going public. "The Barrier''' Frank well-known char- acter who will he? seen as John pale, tjtie IrailRr in "The which cornea to the Majestic Theitie on October 30 and 31. has an abiding faith .in .the quality of drama writers are forth; There was a time, some fifteen years ago, that Mr. Freson could lend an ear to nothing but Shakespeare and rural comedy-drama, tho first be? cause of tho lofty ideals it frequently inspired, and the latter because from the point of view of the audience it so "universal in its appeal. Today Mr. Ircson believes the "red blood" "dramas that deal with real people and situations instead of the stilted and far-fetched bucolic dramas of-a. decade ago are-.what1, appeal, to audiences. .That ig why Rex Beach, famed for his-Alastan tales, tias von such >1r. Ire- Bon" tliiuks. Heach knows the people aVout'whom he knows'Alaska and the traditions ol the.Inhabitants, and consequently is in. a position to give fiudiences; first-hand-information c.-.uched En as good language and svarkiing with a3 much action and dlu'lpiuo1 as any present-day fiction writer has at his command. Seals arc now on sale at Kenny Allin'sdrug-book store, 'A Prince of Evil" at" the Empress Today and tomorrow (Tuesday) be e'xhib'ited at the Empress a great two-reel feature "A Prince of by the Vltagraph Co. This is The bailie of the Long Saullor the Defence of Jfon- Ircal in 1660, is a reproduction in Molion Pictures of the most stirring episode in Canada's early and an event tlial will go down through the ages as one of the most daring deeds of valor. The production'.Avas staged on the identical ground where {the early historic Canadian pioneers scorned death and courted the fiendish tortures of the savages in their determination to save to posterity what we are now so proud lo call tiie fair "Land of the Maple." Cougu mcdirlnea, aj a rule, contain-a Tarco quantity of plain pyrup. Jl you ITO cups of granulated tagor, add ona cup of warm and EtJr about 2 min- u-good syryp as money; If you will (hen put ounces of ,1'ir.ct (50 In 16-ounce ani ftll It ,'p wilti llio Sugar Syrup, you will have ft? much cough buy.ready mtcSc fpr 1J.5.0. It ke'cpi pei- AnJ flrd It (V.a beat cough yon ever In wiioopljis Adults 1 Sc Children lOc a -'story portrayed in a 'manner thai cough. You can-foci It take ly the most severe courh In- hours. It 3s Juii luxativc erough, has a food tonic tttsie pleasant. Take a ttasroonful" tvery iwo or three hourc. a jplendM remfdr. lo-a, for whoop. Ing cnugn, croup, palnf, I'm ex Is Iho rr.osl valuable concentra.- ft'J comi'onnd of N'orwty white tracl, rich In guaJacol ihe hfillrn rlno elemenifi. N'o other prcpanllon wlit KOrJr In.lhti formula. This recipe for coiifh remedy, Vinex.and Kyrup la now 'ustd ar.d prized In of tomtt in United Staffs and Canada. .The p'an often tftn Imitated, but never (uUy. A'guaranty absolute sallnfjicllon or money jromptly refunded with thli reclpr, it the -fetnulne Is" Your drufKin PEnex, for you, If you ask him. Tf not, lo Tht rinex Co., Toroito, v. will ma'ito Iho picture remembered by all' who see It. the Prince Is intent hurrying a wealthy girl, who loves another'" man, and tho compromising situations he In order to ac- complish Ills nefarious -purpose, keeps tie'spectator on the qui vive all tho time. .The second reel is full o; big situations, the scene where Miss Stewart asHs "how is It all going to Is of .very unusual power, and the1 appeal of tie gambling.' but other- wise innocent wife for the. forgiveness of' her hitabanl. Is a dramatic gem. No man or woman concerned .with the art.'Of dramatic expression should seeing "A Prince, of Weekly, with all'ths latest In picture will te' projected. These- standard Items of the Empress programmes are always keenly appre- ciated and looked forward to. "Pets Tries the Stagehand "An Up to Date- are two. comedies that will be greatly appreciated, while "Scenes on the Kwtlsh nnd ".Making lilrdi two highly interesting fllma complete a m'oti excellent "prog rain me.' ,Co.mlnK ''A.Dash for one of lliei jreatciC two-reel fMlurM ever exhibited In the ctly. Cardston, Oct. Wood and Bishop -Brown, returned from the conference at Salt Lake City, this week and brought with them some very interesting Information regard- ing Cardston's temple. Tho president snowed.the re- an entirely new. set of plans: In tho revised plan of tho building the roof has been raised con- giving a greater height. The is shown in the ap- proach to tho temple has been shortened making the whole more symmetrical. Tho Interior has been changed somewhat and some of iho less used rooms eliminated. Presi dent informed'the Herald'thnt no cxpe.nse would be spared to.make HiSBUDBERWAS TEHRfBLT INFLAMED Pleasure The Empress Comfort Monday and Tuesday Only Prince of Evil" AN ENTRANCING DRAMA IN TWO REELS OF INTENSE HUMAN' INTEREST PATHES WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES Coming -A Dash for Liberty John V. Weller, county clerk Rtiex, counly treteuref, tvdtr Lake, Onl., Muck Me, "I bid beep sufffriBf for'aovx tiine with mjr Kiduejj Urine, I wai constantly pasriftf water, which wit very tcanly, Joaclims as niny w thirty timel a day, the (Mliai hiit awful, aad ib rest at It a model temple.. In fact It is the, pu-poso of tho Pope and Burton, to make It a pattern from which all the future temples of the church will be patterned. Ot Iho delegates.to conference at Salt Lake City, the following .have re- turned: 'President Bishop irown, Bishop Smith of Leavltl and and -Mrs. H.'.D. Polsom. The re- maining number, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mrs. B. Wytider, Mr. and Mrs. Tho3. Low and Mrs, H. B. Brown are visit for a- the state. President and Mrs. Alien of Raymond, and A. Mercev Jr., and A. Mercer Sr., of Magrath, also were delegates to .Utah. night. I krird of jonr UIN TIL1A and to live Item trial at once, 1 coura 60 aoileft to get fatm aad I am pjeased to inform TOH tliat U leM than tir I felt rtlief dajri.llK pd. )Md Uft me entirely. look about tvatf and today fnl a) well as ever aad aay kidneys ate acting qukt natural again. .SID CASTLEKXN. GIN PtLL.S atwtie tbe irriuM llw fick, weak, jttftttl orgins. Money tWy 1 a box 6' (of aatapit (rn if you write XathM.1 DM aad Cimicai U. dreil miles of Dinghampton has beno- fitted from my profits and every charl- ible institution.within this district. "Tue losses from tho fire, above in-' suran'ce, wero heavy, but rhave paid every creditor dollar for dollar. It was right and I feel easy in jny ralnd, begin my life anew. _ If 1 had all'iiiy money back, I would give It 16 restore life to the girls burned-in Jhe'-ftrw.'1; Balnys Own Soap BIG FACTORY WILL IE01N ANEW Owner CtstWni In Which 30 Olrl< Binghamplon, K.' handling' UOO.WKl verth of busineas for 33 B, Vntvi of the BlnibiimptOD ClotSlng Co.. In factory thfriy girls were burned to death'on July 22 lust, %vln btgln life in New York tomorrow ID a commUftlon ftrra. "I kept he ssld lo- night "Every churcb within one tun. ;