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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8. The Old Folks find advancing years bring an Increasing tendency 'to constipation. The corrective, they need Is NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives Entirely different from common laxatives- Pleasant to take, mild and painless. A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates the perfectly. Increasing doaoj never nceaed. Compounded, like all the !25 NA-DRU-CO pre- parations, by chemists. Money back if 1161 satisfactory. 25o. a box.. If your druggist n'ol yet stocked thsni, 25c. and we will null them. NATIONAL DRUG 4 CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 22 V M C A NOTES fin (mfm nit. will In: hi'Id it I. willi the Hoys' t'ahiwt of tin- C'al- i V t art1 to ivsii by Cal- j i I m s (n ilttntlcil llu1 Koiiuia J i v (ntifuiiiH 01 "Tlio (HITi-mit )i! is a of iit( utiuut iiclivity." Itsltl lull HIH> lias hern ar- T id It t i of in h iisoi i ions gun I o PRIEST SO BY :SCS00L ,1 t ,11 li'li.'iSMim foe will ronliar County, la figuring In :i law i Li cinntd lu double-header. suit at Hryson in which a school; n< 11 t mm., it' o'clock the: Mary Dulguenuli, is su-i frcoiui lecture on electricity hi' him for for alleged (lelivfit-il in the V.M.C.A.. amlitori-: of chanic.ter in remarks said: inn. j lo have been made hy the priest, leading lo (he action dilif i hack about a year father Huge- jiiiaa is said to have discovered that i ione of his parishioners named La-i ireniere.. living a woman i not his wife. Father Ua.fcpnias took action to have them separated v.-ithdrow the action on Lalrenk'p consenting to tin- woman. The M. Thomasson, retiring of the M. C. A. LETIIItTMDGE DAILY HER A OF llonrcl of Trade called for has been Thursday, Odolter J 011.1 CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 i Acadia Block oirtmi..IU, A Wild Fowl Under the Auspices' thn Ladies' Aid Society of Stirling Church Will Served in the Prairie Quee-i Hotel, at Xew Stirlina: 5.30-7.30 All Eiitei'hiinuicnt Will Be Given in the Church at 2 p.m. Admiasicn to both 50c Watch this spsce for Program and Menu. Cause Sensation The Al'ijrstii: T'.walre hold R Inrgi HKlieiK.'o test iiu-.hi, ifco ot'tMsioa be ii inancc uoyi Hroufhvay.." !loapanting (he ore ;m'.ist admit it U '.vrit-cori in the typica'; Uolumpsfpiu sly I Our old 1'riowl 'inter did MO. but Kniiu-r OasprHjiE. i v-as .jihvays an adept at spin- to story. ;hcii obtained information which If-rt him tlie juaii liari another ;tonight only. Thv drmuntizutloii of ;the story ts so complete that not a BliiKlo sentenc-o of In tlia uook IS uiisKlny: from '.In; jilay. From tlitj oponliiK BcuiiL' in Wlmluor Purk "util the cut-tain drops rinal, union of "Mary Tudor" and "OlmrU'K Chanva Major's book Is tit-j lore the uinHonuo. The play is In its season of popularity, and is piov.'ng a greater favorite than ever j before. While .Miss Day's i-I'jvur work is said lo by the; most prominent fat1-! or in keeping nfrosi. its popularity.' the iiJay Ryclf is one thai will prob-: iU'ly live for mtitiy years (o 'come, j Kinitracins :IK it does the t-a'a'jiu RM- J Hires of neiiriy tn'ory rlass of the j' drama, it not only nieel-3 with tho I, ii'iiUnisinsUc uppi-ovul-iif tho lover romantic drama, bin liu- most arduous !j devotee of n.'jloflraiua or even cai comedy rinds ifie liieut in this faHcinatini; .story of life ,iit the court cirelus nf KiiKland tiiir; tin- Tudor period. The suHpon'- TT company of over tv.-enty plaxyrs, '45 Minutes Froni_ Did Not with which Miss Day has been vnr- MUSIC AND DRAMA (Cenriucisct by FIDELIO) FRIDAY and SATURDAY Kora l.o-i splendid niotilli's hiusinoss we a-ro iho .splcjidid viiluos oF otir iisinil wock-tiinl sale Itj-otulcr itssortnioiiLs a IK I higo-er savings for this innsl important .Moulh-Hiid KV.MH. savings not lion- or.slsow'liorc al, onv oilier Linn'1. rounded, linchnU-j ;i luimber of well kiiown artists, while Manager Wm. .-USIUM K- has provided a most elab- M. Cohan's and electrical etiuipnivint 1 for the iiroducUon. Whitney Nordics Myron W. WltHnuy. the basso, who will in- heard Xordica, is son iiiiinosake of the 'Hug the epigriim. Qeorge is clever 'all- Myron W Whitney, who delight- ana his is eaimljy so. but earlier gtinontiiiiii and was coil-, which played it hero last sid.-mi the "jn-atcst basso of his I the reilueteil glory of his father's narne. IVhitnev. the flder, was opinions of her own and refused'To i ruled by dictates of the clergy or the church." Father Dagenais, according to the plaintiff's allegation, spread stories arunnd -the village concerning her and i euid that she was "'iiving a life worse I Jinan Lr.frenicre." In consequence of j iliese. stories which Father Un.aynais j is alleged to reported to the J Miss Anna Day in Julia Mar- schpol neault was dismissed. f With these exceptions, not forgetting icnt .from that of his noted father. He itlic creditable work of Mane Camp-' is a singer wiili rare natural qtmlifi- ioeH in the popular role j cations, while his musical, heritage [the performance was not a success.; eviifo.-.a'il in thai- he rlors Theiv appeared to be a large con-; :5 espcciallv noteworlliv frnm' nngcnt of juvenile in the company. .Iramaiic with which "When Knighthood Was in nllmbor is madc f Tonigfu Only iiuw UlUvIV ulvcl When Knighthood Was in maV r.rat-tcr how widely divergent the irien to tne juss Anna uav in Julia .uar-' .Miss old role of "Man- Tudor." is able'lo convey them to aiKliml'S his rnro ;i-n [announced for the Majestic Theatre autlilors by Iii3 rare tntnrpretivn pow- t Unity Hall, North Lethbridge EveEi; SPEECHES BY Hon. Minister of Agriculture t W. A. Buchanan, MJ and S. J. Shepherd The Liberal Candidate GOD SAVE THE KING irr. Whitney lias Irecn n-itli Mn-p. A'nnlicp.-in all con- jcprl lours during the past three jyears. '.I A' the Eureka .I A spiyndid program wa-s again pre- jsented to the theatre xoers of Lelh- j bridge last niglit.; or "The j-Tison bSairtifn] sub- iiject. The this boautlfnl and romantjc'picture occur- jred the lime of'Napoleon Bona- ;pai-te. Corato de Cliafney is sentenc- ed to life imprisonment. In the same I prison Ciriiardi, an Italian, is confin- !ed. Ho has n heajitiful wno visits iver father and I sees de Charney exercising in the I prison yard. Her eyes follow him as ne bends over to examine a littl-e Mower springing.uj) between the pave- [mems, and hears him explain "Piec- rola." or little flower. Theiusa in her visits to her father, notices the growth of the plant, and the careful consid- eration the Count gives it. De Char- r ney is stricken with feiur. The jailor j remembers the medicinal (I'lRHtieg of II the "Piecrola." plucks the leaver and j makes -ihe tea and administers k to IK prisoner, who, recovers. Theresa i carries a petition to the'Emperor ins perinisaiori to remove two stones i which are crushing the plant. j liolcon appears in person and gives Permission to remove thy stones, ami: 'tho "Piecrola" lives. One.month later; .Napoleon not only pardons Conrie de j I i Charuey, but also pardons Theresa's j rather. The Count and Theresa em-1 IJiirace and you can gncss the answer.; T.VO other big features on the blilgive complete and interesting and should not l.w missed by anyone.' i At Stsrland i The mid-week program which wash given a! the people's favorite theatre yjnterday and to be repeated -again M ictiight, is one that will he hard to iewi.'il In motion photography. Tito hit or the bill is the rip-roaring comedv, tho Kllrt." .It's simply grea-t ]and ahonmls in unique situations. Xothing so as a laugh, its a curej lor the darkwt ii-is and it lightens the doctor's bills. Bridget gained .ever- lasting appreciation Irom vile very minute she appeared on the screen. "A Redskin's Uravery" is a strong "iOry of jealousy which led an Indian to invent, u cunning jilot for revenge on Ills successful, rival. An added oj-' cell out feature Is the drama' entitled IJ'Thc Human .untiuestionably j ouu of (.he L'asl of iis kind ever ntadt; I by a motion picture manufacturer. It i Is [icrfect from every iphntography, production, scenery and talent. The. audience simply gasped v-'illt admiration at the astounding 1 worth of this ntory as it was unfolded, j A sp'.ymlld hour's awaits Ji'il who pay thiy theatre a visit. The j visitor Is fiure to find iilenaaltt on-ter- lalnment nt Rlnrland during the fall nnd winter tUiintlM. It's An ECONOMY SALE in it's TRUEST SENSE and BOUND TO BE A HUMMER These pricw tell a forcible .tor, out of the grdin.ry and demonitrate in no saving import.nce attached to a here tomorrow and Saturday. NII nwd .For a long about flic various involved. We let: the prices toll the most important story. Fqr.ffoods a.i-o all up to UIR well known Ingh sraiulanl of all inerciuuidisc'tliat admission to this store. MONTH-END RALE OF 10 Ileiivy Fliinclette........ llcjyiilar 15c JUKI ISc values. Lislll anil nialiiini colored. atriueB also Dhiin ivhite. pink and blues, in width ranging from 83 Friday and MONTH-END SALE OF17I Pilloiv i'2C licg-iilar 2'n: valm.: Shown in sizes 40 and made'o'f SDlen-llcl iliiality full bleached cotton. spienjm Friday and 1-2c. SALI: OF 171 Fine Grey Flannel Regular value. Light and medinni sliacieK of gntvi jilnin 80ft finish, 27 ins. wide. Friday and 1.2c. MONTH-END SALE OF QC Larg-c fjil.SJ5 value. Heavy .Marsullles quality, fine and closely woven, Biilendid to wear; largo enough for. 4 ft beds. .Friday and MONTH-END SALE ol 'Newest Millinery, includ- ing our entire stock, worth up to A ridiculous price for :i Tlia clearaiH-e. SST. rr r 20c MONTH-END SALE OF KinioiKi Crejie value. Handsome floral -and Oriental designs; splen- did weight cloth. SO ins. wide. Friday and MOiVTli-EiVD SALE OF nr OF MONTH-END SALE Flannelette Gmyiis l.25 95c Made of extra strong, heavy weight cotton; and free from dressing. Friday and 95e, MONTiT-END SALE OF c. Wool Made of splendid ..uality white flannelette, neatly trimmed with .tucking and stitching Friday and Saturaay 35c. value. Splendid .aualitiesj shown in; grey red; all absolutely pure wool 'and good weight, MONTH-END SALE of Newes( Tailored Suits, in- Hurting- our entire worth up to A golfien to supply your needs. Some tliirtv-odd carmonis in this collection affording splendid variety of. MONTH-END SALE OF AC Newest Corsets...... C r value. Two ppniilar.iind perfect rittinc tilr-, tiled Inm 'and finished with, supporters. front and sides. Friday and MONTH-EN I) ,.HALE OF I JC Fine lluioit Siiits value. Fine and sofl, with, slight mixture of cotton: crcam'and white; medium weights. All sizes Friday and 1.75. MONTH-END SALE OF AC Heavy Walking' Gloves Regular Jjil.25 valjse Warm and splendid to wear; made In the new mahnlsli effect; finished with one dome at wrist. Friday nnd WONTli-END SALE OF CC Heavy Winter Vests Regular value. Splenditl in the famoua Watson make; pxtija heavy and warm. 'Friday 'k'titl .'r, nt't.fxV MONTH-END SALE ol Hress at a AC ridiculously low price HeKiilar and "w values. KJni! creni! de sole III mixture of silk ind wool very rloh.isorilsiirt-. clinging-. Alalios un hcRiii'lfully for tin-present alvle ol .owns -.liovn in.loyolv -Mndcs of Alice, old rose, reseda, cream, navy. chamWne find hi tck 11 inn whin Frld.y and Saturday ;