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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. October 25. TITO T.T.yriTltBTnftT! DAILY 1IKUAU) Majestit Theatre Friday, October 2 at p. m. Prompt GREATEST WUESTLiNG MATCH OF THE YEAH. Jack Taylor vs. John Berg .Ibs- IDs. TO A FINISH POLICE GAZETTE BULBS TO GOVEKX Seats on Sale at Elite Cigar Store. "5 MUSICANDDRAMA by FIUELIO) SPECIAL Tourist Sleepers _-, I 1 U MONTREAL QUEBEC ST. JOHN connecting with November-December Sailings WINTER J Excursion Rates On Sale daily, Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. Reserve berths now for CHRISTMAS SHIPS See Local Agent for details or J. S. CARTER Genl. Agent 210 Portsge Ave., Winnipeg TRACTION POWER EXHIBITS AT THE BIG EXPOSITION Felix Pcutie 'wzs kille-d by light- ning at Xapierville. Que.. Saturday af ternoou. Rev. J. L. McCulloch, pastor of St. Paul's Pres. church, Owen Sound, iias resigned. i An hour spent with the traction power people ut the fair grounds and in the park was worth while yester- day There, are eight or ten exhibitors, some of them having two or three big tractors ou the ground. Tho Savi-yer-Mussey Company have two big steamers and a gas engine land a grain separator at work. i This company awarded Cardston one of its road graders as a spe- cial prize. Two separators are kept going all the time and exhibitions of tractor worlc are continually going ou. Two separators are ou exhibition and the display, perhaps the largest on the ground, is in charge of Man- ager Bell. The Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company ha-ie a gas engine of 30 horse break lest and a separator. S. Cooper of Calgary is iu charge of this exhibit. The Rumely1 Company has two trac- tors, one of which went to -Mr. Holmes as a special prize, thus giving .Mr. i Holmes the distinction of having pro- duced the best bushel ot wheat iu a i world competition. I Sir. Holmes' prize is a 30 break test engine aM weighs pounds. I The Big Four outfit have two trac- tors, both capable of unming either oil or gas. A feature of these tractors the mud lugs of conical form which knocking Why, it's Mrs. Edwards round always ready to lend a hand with the cooking. That nourishing home-made Irish soup of hers is a real dish-of-all-work in a hundred ways. It's fine and tasty by itself. It's the secret of a savouw sauce. It's the making of a made dish. And, to bring out the goodness of your own si up and gravies and hashes and meat puddings there's nothing like adding take the place of the diagonals ou nost wheels of tractor engines. ure disc harrows and gang plows in his exhibit. The Fairbanks-Morse mil the International companies have rectors, the latter also exhibiting an delivery wagon. Case engine ami separators are n steamers and u gas tractor. C. E. Jones of Calgary and 2. Codd have charge of this ezhibit. The caterpillar engines, two of which are on the grounds, are attract- much attention owing to their dif- ferent design in tread from all others n the held. Aside from these a new departure in tractors arrived yesterday from Great This inovation is called the "Olm- Fulls, Mont. s-tead" after the inventor, and is so devised to have four wheel tractions instead of two. us iu the other tractors on the ground. There are four wheels all the same size and all acting alike, power be- ing transmitted to them from a drive ibaft which is driven from the en- gine. This is accomplished by the adop- tion of a universal joint just behind the front axel. Both axels have differ- ential gears and a chain drive is used. It is claimed "by the -inventor that .very pound oi weight of'the machine faces. ilr. Oltustead proposes to promote a company to manufacture these trac- tors in 'Western Canada. A company has already been organized for that purpose iu the States. Much interest has been tuken in machines to all kinds "of break- ing, .back-setting, and discing, until the city has a large tract of ground in the new park .well on.the. way. to good condition for seeding. In addition to. their caterpillar trac- tors, the Holt brothers have their side hill combined harvester and thresher going every day inside the race-track. Three of these combination, harv.est- ers and threshers are in use, one at Tilley. one at S.trathinore and one at Bassano. Some doubts are expressed to the ability of this .California -r.cthod to conditions preVUilmg here. iut tho Holt.Co. have the faith .of con- viction and assert fnat they will win their way to favor. It is claimed for this method of har- vesting that the grain can be taken from the straw and placed in sacks at a cost ranging at from Sl.OO to 51.SO per acre. Four men operate the ma- chine and the number of teams re- quired to haul away the sacked grain depends, of upon tile distance which it is to be transported. An Excellent Concert Oil-on by Young I'eople's Choral A very attractive and excellent pro- gramme was .rendered liy Hie Voting People's Choral in Kuox church last night In the presence of n large and demonstrative audience. The feat- ure Item on the pro.uruume was Men- delssohn's an unfinished opera which the composer might have completed had he succeeded iu dis- covering a Illireitisi ivfth tin ideal lof- ty enough to suit (lie muster music- luii. That Mendelssohn would have given to the world an opera of high musical distinction cannot ho disput- ed but the old story of tile niisslns librettist is responsible ami the world is poorer as a result. In" his treat- i liient of .Mendelssohn ex- j The music is melodious .and I makes severe demands on the sing- j particularly from n declamatory i stiiudpolni. Till) choir on this occas- ion gave an exceptionally creditable performance not only in the matter of phrasing, observation of nuance but also as regards fidelity lo pitch considering the fact that the uiily accompaniment was that of the piano which by the way was in the sxvellent cure of .Mrs. YV. ,1. Nelson au -executant who obviously lias had very superior schooling, Tho ladies voices of the ehoir had excellent opportunity of revealing their worth in Hie open- ing chorus as did also the male section deed cannot he denied. The render- ing of the whole work reflects the greatest credit on -Mr. Layton whose musical talent and ability iu construct- ing a programme 1 must highly com- mend. Miss L. Stella Luinbard a mezzo-soprano with a full even voice of power 'and excellent quality took tho solo parts assigned to her with much acceptance. Particularly in the art of declamation this singer excell- ed. This lady's solo Xevin's "The Nightingale's Song" given in the mis- cellaneous part of the programme won for her a well earned recall. Madame Roesing-Vveinberg, a dramatic Ger- MA J E S TIC T H E A T R E, Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 28th First of the season. Grand ID-round Boxing Exhibition Billie Elmore vs.Tug Wilson .HOTH lAIKX TO IN AT 133 Seals oil Sale at Cigar Store. PRICES Secure your Seals Early ''RINGSIDE man mezzo-soprano, created a perfect -Miss Mary Steele Harvey is'the first woman tn he appointed a police of- ficer in Baltimore. The last legislat- ure created five police matrons wit'1 full police powers. Miss Harvey is the first of the live to be appointed. Prime beef and the finest of Irish what Mrs. Edwards puts in it nothing but what's pure and delicious As there is no strong added flavouring, it will blend perfectly with sny other soup. Remember to boil it for half an hour. 5c. per packet. Dtsicculti Soups art male iu th'te Tomato, Wkill Tin Brown varitly is n thick, nourishing Mip prepartA from luif frisk mgclolla. The attar lam are .purely vtgitfrle untps. Lots ol dainty new diihcs in our new Cook Book. Write (or a copy post (roe THE W. H. ESCOTT COMPANY, WINNIPEG Reprfientatlves for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. furore iu a carefully rendered inter pretation of an Aria from Verdi's "H Trovatore" wliieh gained a triple re- call. Jliss Siirim the possessor of a mezzo-contralto voice impres- sed one strongly by virtue of her ar- tistic understanding in. a delightful group oftfive-baby Hurl- stcue's [ren. It wad a praiseworthy example of well contrasted interpre- tation and it 'was titling that the autU ieuce .showered.-cn .the young lady a burst... of enthusiasm for her A. McGoiigaii tenor soloist of the choir also came in for his share of the honors and had to respond to an en core while George E. Fleming whose ability as a choir soloist is well es tablishcd here revealed excellent mus leal tas'te in'singing k group of Am; Woodford Finden's songs from "A Lover in Damascus." He also had to oblige the encore fiend. The A Oa pella 'work of the choir was one of the features ou the programme specially well sung being Herman Lours "Slumber Song" and Homers' "Where are you going my pretty Harry Br.rcii the organist of the church contributed an organ solo witl impressive effect and also played the accompaniment to the choirs' spirited singing of Lavallce's "O On the whole It was an evening wel spent listening to a choir which is leading the way musically in Leth bridge. Mr. Layton conducted 'with judgment while one must again prtiisi Mrs. Nelson for her artistic and clev er work as accompanist. Complete Change at An entire change of program wil be shown at Starland today, the new bill containing several great features H will prove to be one of tho mos versatile jyi'Ograms of the week, fo the offerings ini'liuie the very esseiic, of the best comedy, druina am travel. With the courteous altcntiui given to all patrons, and thy contin ual high standard of entertainnn-ri I maintained by the mauasf menl, Star j land has proven to be the most nor ular place of umusc-niem. in the citv throughout tile great congress week. On ne.u Monday and Tuesday, Ih StKrland Company's own motion' pic- tures of the Congress will be showii. whilst on tho following two days, the splendid three reel' feature: "The KrVncll Spy." will be shown. "The. Havoc" Paul Glliuore appears In 11. S. Shel- don's "The Havoc" under his own "management at the Majaslic theatre Saturday, Oct. 2tith. Judging from tho manner in which this play has been received with. Mr. Ullmoro in the leading -role, wherever It it will be one of the main theatrical events of the season. Crowded hous- es are Indicated for this ivrtormance. "Managing Mildred" at the Morris The patrons of this theatre were treated to a delightful -burlesque musical comedy last night. The scene Is laid in Long Island, braced two young ladies who are very much stage-struck. They have, how- ever, two young men who are badly iu love'with them, and seek all kinds of means to dissuade them from on he stage. Finally Lee Smith, ndmir- bly played by Sir. Chas. Piccuet. per- imdes his chum', Jack Seton (.Mr. S. to disguise himself as the reat David Belasco. Complications f a very amusing nature arise out of he deception..'The ladies begin, to _.. through the disguiso and out; of hem in turn, disguises uc- Mrs. Leslie larter, aud.stho great David Belasc.e, has to confess he is only doing it oblige his friend. Miss Juanita Kush, as Mildred, is j lelightfully charming, her singing ba- ng fine, and she completely captivat- ed" the house with her songs, especial- y "Wouldn't you like to have me for i sweetheart." Several other num- )ers were given by the other mem- )ers of the company, and all were well People in search of a good even- ng's enjoyment cannot do better than visit the show the remaining two nights of this week. It Is to be hoped, however, people will obtain their seats early, and get seated before the cur- tain rises, as nothing is more annoying than for people to keep coming in late. During the change of acts a film of pictures is run, so there are no tedious waits. ENTIRE CHANGE TODAY ALL-STAR FEATURE PROGRAM COMING 'SOON "THE FRENCH SPY" HUH COMING SOON "THE FRENCH SPV" I ne noust witn the Keputal SEE YOURSELF IN MOTION PICTURES NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY The City and Congress TAKEN BY OUR OWN PHOTOGRAPHER JVIajestic Theatre Special Engagement for One Night Only Saturday, October 26th 1912 Mr. Piiul Gilmore and a Powerful Caste in The Havoc The Finest Dramatic Production of the Season PRICES 51.50, 75c. Slid 50c. GALLERY 25c. Scats now sale at Kenny Allln's Drug Store, Next. Dallas Hotel. THE WASHINGTON WOMEN VOTERS WILL GO TO POLLS FOR FIRST TIME IN NOVEMBER orris Theatre Tonight Tomorrow Night ______THE SEASON'S GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS- Mildred The Famous English Opera Singers and Their Own Special Ladies' Orchestra Elaborately Staged; Beautiful Costumes and Special Scenery CHARLES W. .PICQUET Tenor and Manage JUANITA RUSH Prlma Donna THE MUSICAL PLAY UNUSUAL ci nioliton Y. 'ilorald. WAS TEBRIBW INFLAMED GIN PILLS Brought Relief Larder Lake, Ont., .March 26th. "I had been suffering for some time with my Kidneys arid Urine. I was constantly passing water, which was very scanty, sometimes as many as thirty times' a day. liach time the pain soiue'.hiug awful, snd no rest at night. I heard of your PH.LS and decided to give thciu a trial at once. I sent my chum 60 miles to get them and I am pleased to inform you that in leas than six hours, I felt relief. In two days, the pain left me entirely. I look about half a box and today I feel FIS as ever mid my Sidneys are ac'Jm; quite natural again." S.'D CASTLEMAN. GIN PII.LS soothe the irritated the sick, painful strengthen both these vlliil organs. .Money back' il they fail. foiT. a box, h fnr Saulple free if you writ-; National Chemical Co., ol Canada, Limited, Toronto. 139 Spokane, Wash.. Oct. a total Spokane registration of approximate- ly 113.000 when the books closed for the general election, it is estimated by city olllcials that about or cue- third are women. This will he the lirst opportunity to vote ar a general election accorded to women of Wash-; ington. The official, count has not' been ma lie, but the figures are sidcred a fair estimate of the propor-1 __----_ .ion of women roalatered. The newly-, s ,lml rmlrth piac.es enfranchised women did not start ,'Cgister so early as the men, bill, they appeared in overwhelming numbers during the last few days the books were open. Various organiaztions, us. well as all candidates, have urged the! ported irom women to register, and "registration i the most preceded by tea at eents lu'.vu been in fashion, the women ing to the city hall in parly attire. as. not during the whole evening a weak.numher, while t''cin were genuine musical treats, such as the people ot tave in opportuaity of Nelson News m-nv Son Frolic of Mirtli and Music" u not a chill "number in the entire program, amM! nfUy ..-stated as tho musical cvcm of the he tit .Mmrnul. Scats on Sale at Box Office -the treatment ot tiea prolongs; their life by ten yours. It is estimated that at least 850 million feet, hoard measure, could he 'Saved annually through this process- PRESERVING TIES in 1010. wor" Sawn ties cents a hewn ties, Would Save Canadian Railways Vast were the mo- Sums Yearly cents. _____ Only Ottawa, Oct. were 13.C83- of the total erbs's-ties purchased in Canada nreaerv.i1' 1011, according to statistics compiled ever, this is P1'-'1'1 by the Forestry branch of the Depart- over 1910. 'lvo Sir William Off to-Edmonton Ont. Win. Jtc- acenmiKiilied hy Chief counsul I. Phippcn of tho Canadian Northern railway nrrivcd iu tho city this liioru- ment Qt' tho Interior. This Is an increase of I-1S.5 per cent) over the mmtber purchased in 1910. The increase Is largely dnei to railway construction, which '.vas es-1 pecially noticeable In the western prov- j Inces on the new transcontinental j lines. The replacement of ties on ox- j Istlng llnc-i amounted to about 000. Eighteen kinds of wood were used, .lack Pine standing lirst in Importance numerically with about 40 per cent, of the totnl. Tamarack stood second with almost 19 per cent., DouglaH Kir with 14 per cent., tuid Hemlock with 12 per l'S are price of ties in Hill le cent more tlinn in ties at im- United States wrre i'.'e, and spriice ties at cheapest. The sawn iu 1'uvor, evidently, as _ per cent, more than I product, of the mill. left at the average, 11 Edmonton. Sir Win. declined cents more than -00" or he object of m in ,o 10 the hewn ties lhat expensive by three confcrcnce with presi- dent Curl Gray and sfltieral manager Crrber of the Great Northern railway treatment" How" at St. Paul regarding the stragetlc pp. illyu clear advance of tho Canadian Xorthera raib treating establish-., way in Minnesota and tho middle operation. On tlio west. ties, or 1.5 per cent. PHONE POST OFFICE BOX 9i Oer Wail Paper Specials Arc every day. specials. Write, jilionc or call I'm' samples. All grades mid prices. The Revlo Co. Painters Decorator, 12CO-3rd Avenue South ;