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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. October THE LETlTmtTnOiK WEEKLY IIEKALD Majestic Theatre Friday, October 25, at p. m. Prompt UltEATKST WUESTUNU MATCH OF THE YEAH. Jack Taylor vs. John Berg Ibs. 17f> Ibs. A FINISH POLICE RULES TO GOVERN Scats Now on Sale at Elite Cigar Store. PRICES: and 75 cents. RINGSIDE, MUSIC AND DRAM A (Conduced by FIDELIO) j Announcement Extraordinary LAST TIME TODAY THE STARTLING, SENSATIONAL TWO-REEL PRODUCTION THE MAN HUNT Doesn't the Name Suggest Excitement, Rapid-Fire Action and Thrills Galore SEE IT------ ------SEE IT NEXT MONDAY, Another Starland Triumph Official Motion Pictures of the Congress and City See Yourself In Mo-ticn Pictures at Starland 'Coming- Hoon "THE FBENCU HPIV Soldiers in Billee Taylor IPOWDER EXPLODED FIVE KILLED DISTRESSING MISHAP AT HAILEY- BURY, FAC- TORY WAS DESTROYED Ilaileybury, Oct. instant- ly killed and QUO fatally injured, was tht toll ol an explosion which dc- stroyud the Energetic Explosive Fac- tory shortly before noon today, while the property damage will reach thous- ands oi dollars. j The explosion by 100 tons, of pow- der was followed by a fire which started in the grinding room of the power department. The exact details are not known and probably .never will be known as tfiosc who knew remained to fight the fire and per- ished in t-lic explosion. The Long, Supt., leaves wife, son and daughter Thomas Pop- pclton, liu, leaves wife and three chil- dren Williert IMcLaughlin, 85, leaves wife and one child Kobcrt- Young, 43, unmarried, home in Ottawa Frederick Herickson, married. j Fatally Fred Hcrjek- i son, hurt by fiying metal anil debris; Crust-afcon. -10, married, jlinrt on the body Otto ear drums injured, suffering from I shock. ISAYING WAS ENTHUSIASTIC HAULTAIN FORMALLY RETIRES AS LEADER OF HIS PARTY IN SASKATCHEWAN Owing to tho great amount ot fav- orable comment on the Congress Terpsifctc (jivcn at the New Audi- torium last week ami the many re- quests that this repeated for the benefit of tlie visitors, Hie Congress officials have decided to abandon their ordinal plan of repealing the pcr- 1 formance on Friday nighl of this week as previously announced and have arranged with the liillcc Taylor management to have the two feature numbers ot the Tcrpsilete, the beau-1 tiful Dry-Farming Hallet, and the i Clover Kuave Drill of the I.ethbridge I I Cadets, interpolated in the evening's .performance of Billee Taylor, Thurs- day night. The Uallct will be given as an opening number, ibe perform- ance ot necessity beginning promptly at o'clock'. Immediately after the ballet the lirst act of llillce Tay- lor will be given. Between the acts j anil as an cntreaet, the I.uthbridgc Cadets will give their new drill that nvot with such favor on the evening of the Terpsiiete. This is Indeed a thoughtful arrange- ment on the part of the men who have these tilings in charge as it would bo a great pity if tho visitors in our city had had no opportunity of seeing this remarkable interpreta- tion of the theory and practice of Dry-Farming. Those who witnessed the original production were greatly impressed with the poetical possibili- ties of what is commonly considered a very dry and commonplace subject, and were loud in their praise of beau- tiful development, in music and danc- ing, of the wheat from the arid soil of the virgin prairie to the flolden Harvest of the prosperous commun- ity. This is a splendid opportunity for those who have not Keen the cadet or the ballet to witness these novelties while seeing that pretty nautical operetta, Billee Taylor. Mr. Oilmore's engagement at the Majestic theatre for one night, Sat- urday, Oct. 2lith, will present, tho actor-manager in a big dominant role of the- type which playgoers liave learned to associate uitli bis name. I "The Havoc" is accuse gripping drama, built upon th; story of a duel of wits between an injured husband ,ami a treacherous guest in his home. j The big role of the play, the hus- i band, oIYqs one of the convinc- ing characters seen on the stage in recent years, and is played by Paul Oilinore: with the quiet power and tense nervous force be showed in "The Mummy and (he Humming The Young People's Choral Con- cert in Knoic church tonight is the musical attraction of the week. The program is an excellent one, and standing room should he at a prem- ium. MAJESTIC THEATRE Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 28th First of the season. Grand 10-round Boxing Exhibition Billie Elmore vs. Tug Wilson BOTH MEN TO WEIGH HV AT 133 Ibs. Seats Sale at Elite Cigar Store, Secure 'your Seats Early PRICES and 75 cents. RINGSIDE Where Shoe Leather is Not Florissant, which lies near St. Louis and was settled by the Dutch, is one of tho oldest cities in .Missouri. Us Inhabitants wore wooden shoes 100 yours iiKO, and the inhabitants of the Prince Albert, Oct. COD- j servjitivtj party of the province to- day held the largest convention in its j history and decided to organize them- selves for future victory, lion, l F. W. Cl. Haullain made a farewell {address to the party as leader, ami j retired from active politics. Me was {accorded an enthusiastic n-eoption and good-bye. The convention decided to jchoose his successor at a later date. j In the meantime one of the Crmserva- _____________! live mem hers of the Saskatchewan house will be chosen to guide the John A. Laut, editor of the-Florissant tinies Of the party during the se News, says his people an; not behind tho times, neither are thvy I'oor, but they wear wooden shoes becaiKK! they present day wear wooden shoes. Col. j cr shoes. arc more comfortable, healthful, and better iu every way than aro leath- John Davis, former chief inspectoi of Inland revenue, is dead at AVInd- SCT, aged 7fi. KINGSTON'S BIO INDIAN LIST Over Hundred Names There Keep the Bartenders' Minds Like i City Directory Kingston, Ont, Oct. selling liquor to an interdict Michael Lawless, proprietor of the Anglo-American ho- tel, was mie morning recently fined and Lewis Martin, of the Revere Hotel, was fined and costs for the same offence. It came out that there are 106 names on tho "Indian List" in Kingston, and that the bartenders are kept busy keening track of them. 100 x.125 I'cct on 5th St. South (flic main business si root) Hood terms. This is revenue producing. 320 acres near Lethbridgc, about 7 miles from station. per acre. Terms. All this land can be cultivain! and land adjoining sold for more than double this spring, but. owner needs the money. We handle trades, no matter where property is li Open Evenings Rooms I', Mix-donald Xou'ii 1 III niiUl f 1 )Oil U 1 fir IndijinnpoH-i Hie riay bfiforf! lie sbfii In Mllwmilcce, Mf. Is lltTK iiddft'iB u crowd. ieistic Theatre State Commissioner Qf Agriculture, Austin, Texas SCORN THIN SHIRTWAISTS Girls Too Lightly Clothed, Says Dean of Women University of Oregon, Eugene, Oct. man could live in comfort, or, in fact, without actual danger from cold, with the amount of clothing worn by the Oregon girl in winter time, ac- cording to the declaration. oE Miss1 Ruth M. Gnppy, dean of. Women, to the freshman, girls of the University of Oregon. She says the lack of suffi- cient clothing worn by man co-eds in cold weather is not only ridiculous, but dangerous, and an effort to make popular sensible dressing will be made among the university girls. The dean epolte in reference -to low necks with, open throats, to thin lace-like shirt- waists and to toy-like shoes that leave poorly protected ankles open to the clilll of the midwinter gusis. Special Engagement for One Night Only Saturday, October 26th 1912 Mr. Paul Gilinore and a Powerful Caste in Havoc The Finest Dramatic Production of the Season PRICES 11.00, "nd 50c' GALLERY 2Sc. Seats now sale-ai Drug Store, Next Datlat CLEVER NEWSPAPER WOMAN Kate Wiltshire, editor of the "Tat- ler" page on the Calgary News-Tele- gram, fa attending the Congress. Miss Wiltshire Is a daughter of the late Horace Wiltshire wlio wrote un-j der tho lion do plume of "The Finn- eur" on the Toronto Mail Empire for nearly twenty-five years. She in-! herited her clever parents journalistic gifts, and has contributed many val- uable and interesting contributions to various journals. Miss Wiltshire, who was formerly connected with the 'Hamilton Spectator" likes the spirit if 'the west and is greatly impressed with the possibilities of Lethbrldge. Credit "Your Credit is Good' NOTICE! We beg to announce that we Have removed to 405-7 6th St., S.; Dominion Bldg. and have added Furniture and Stoves to our line. Now this is your opportunity to furnish- your home at a yery .small weekly or monthly payment. Our -'stock is new and our prices are right. See us before buying elsewhere. The Alberta Outfitters 405-7 Sixth St. South Lethbridge The value of the total mineral out- put of Alaska in IB estimated at compared wltb In In the production of rlcft and cfffi foo the United Statoi ranki tenth, compared w-ith other countries the world. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY- While visiting the Dry Farming Congress at Lethbridge this week call at the Warerooms and let us explain our From Faclpry to Home and One Price selling system of our Pianos and Organs. AFew Bargains in Players Upright, Mahogany case Upright Mahogany ease Upright, Walnut: case Upright, Oak case Upright 'Mahogany case 88-Nole Player, Mahogany 88-Note player, I-I. H. Stuyvessant All the above mentioned mstnmionts are in first class shape and fully guaranteed, by us and can be bought on very easy monthly pay- ments. MASON RISCH, LTD. HOME OF THE VICTOR PIANOS Store Open Block, F. E. McCaw, Manager, -f) ;