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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETliniUDOE DAILY French Spy" MASTERPIECE IN THREE ACTS STARLANO'S OWN PRODUCTION OF THE CONGRESS AND CITY" to You In These Motion Pictures-See Yourstlf Majestic Theatre w____--------- One of Th. Arctic i" estinj Illustrated Lecture on His Discovery Of The North Pole Hear him and jud.e for yourselves. GALUERY 75c, and 50c s Seats on Sale Kenny and Allln's Oms "'d BooK WHEA'fOURING 1N1ELEVATORS Perfect li NEW MORRIS THEATRE ONE NIGHT ONLY The World-Famous ONE NIGHT ONLY Chas. P. William's Jubilee Singers riUCEH: and MONDAY, YEM Bi-m 4tli, THE ALJLEX anEitfht. of ivail.. ami emniiier'-e s'lvtitluil the grain Is iwiiilns lutoorii> WIlllHin and I'ori Aiiluir al a tujtfdoiit rale. Fur ilio n-oe'K riulii'S Iliciv was at Ilio uM-minul' bushels (if "heal. aso Ih) tas in tlu> terinlnuls oiili "VBllllon bushels. At ihe Is rrai'rilug heail of "liioa Micro.'Is every ivill In- re. moieil last if a day or so u, wlii'tlii'heYiHHiei-wrllers will a 8O as to period of nitvigalion iiiuriih. 'I Hobeit Ho., ra. who i llllf had iu hope- IIOKS- lUlu (cnili-i when ronr frit'inis till! ixmrillln ,y, make of .vim. niallei- how prone tjiey. are they fanli oitr PHOTOGRAPHS I you yon io a'1'1 lonklii O'UCKS CROWDED IN SMALL SPACE Cruel. Conditions. Found by Humane Officer WhtiV He Investigates Chinese Household "'.Edmonton. Oct. housing conditions for dumb animals is OIIet of the mottoes of Humane Officer Donn has found j domestic pets living'under the w'orstj conditions und n'liile somei 'higher up" in affairs are to obtain better bousing: conditions' for people aid clear the city ot any possibility of having slums, Jlr. D.mvns is dQiBE'bis own ivork ill Ihe of making living conditions for animals better. Jin latest discovery is that a house- full of Chinese on Xamayo avenue have a Hock of ducks living in u little room lit the fear of their shop. The room is so small that ihe ducks are two. and in jijaees three layers deep. There is not'eiiough room for them on the flo01' so wllii '.'round on each other's: buc-ks. In addition.'to being overcrowded tiiey are only 'half fed. They are thin aiid uuiiealthy looking and when he saw 'tliem apparently had nut been fed for some time. Jlr. JJown intends io lay a charge (if cruelty io dumb, animals against the Chinese owners. Uostheni. a site constating of a parcel of land on Rasl Hallway street. The made in fulfillment of an agreement entered into in August last miller which ihe minister of Hie in- terior agreed that as the institution was incorporated, (he laud shoul'' given it for hospital purposes. Congress Pictures at Starland The first copy of the STeat motion pictures of the Congress and city have been received by the manage- iiwnl of Htai-lttnd. and will be given a private showing today. They will be offered as (he special aliraclion a; Stnrland for tomorrow and Thurs- day, and will prove to lie a very novel attraction, for they will afford tbr citizens of I.elhbridSe one of their first opport unit res of seeing ih' selves ill motion pictures. The films have even exceeded the hopes of Ihe management, fm- they are perfect in t every detail, rproduce with wonder- i fill clearness every item'of interest the great week.' anil, to iPlcnilly. really hold the lip to 1-elhbridRe. As there is a-great demand for'Ibis film almost the world over. It will 1'e impossible io retain it hero for more than lwn clnvs- so patrons are asked to early In each evening, as great crowds are expected. The magnificent .sliree-i-eel produc- tion "The French Spy" is being shown fo r'the. time today HIP, wife ffns perhaps iuiip'il. lims, remember the Craig really than a woman who rrJl'! what she j wrought on. her "wa e.eranl -I" ron. Miss Iliitrhinson desfrier for making tin- most ft an NEW STOFFICES l UOTft [lOMOIlll cs "Ml i fo in'.'1 "1 tho 1 t of Novem. j a'i'1 from the of. 1'aitr.on xisisk via Bx- Thurcdli MI-HMII, xaiiliMi. on d from Per- sons. vi'1 edll sd and nrday. Saskiilla sei frow on Wcdiiesii i Ple'py fiom .Mack- lin, on VMdne Coiini" >'lk ledt'fiun Bassauo, via Huitou on inejins monnleii slyli- nil i cd by fashion' 'TIS i 3rd Ave. Baptist Church f t 'TED AGAINST Ion of the rural ALBY VOTED The organij-.at cipality of MclMn was a vole of IS to The i against thp organlzallon was in tho' I -Alby district where vctes were re-1' llcd GIVE LAND TO HOSPITAL Orulwa, Oct. order-in-coun- cil has been passed, giving as a free srant to the Alexandra hospital of LAND BRINGS A FOOT IN WINNIPEG -Winnipeg. Oct. sale of SS tcei on the north side or avenue west from the corner of Garry street, consummated Friday. The price is said io have been over SnOOO a fool, which is close to the mp price. ever paid for Portage avenue front- age. .1. A. Jl. Altkiiis JI.P. the invner of the property. "The Havoc" Attracted Large Audience A unartelte of creditable players headed by Paul Gllmore gave an un- usually smooth performance of H. S. Sheldon's problem'-play "The IJavcc" at the Majesties Theatre last Satur- day cveninii.-wliich apparently on the whole delimited Ihe large audience present, Jlr. Gllmore assumed the character of Richard Cralff, man who is more engaged Icoking after business affair's than in bestowing man. or rather a person who believe in marriage, acted There, re one or two Hever tmichos of ipi- ram which Instantly rivet the eut of an audience. The jiiay, however, 'was mil all night have been. As an aclm? nnll aul Gllmore and his iissoclates are inch above the average seen here. Jubilee Singers nt ths Morris Those who have heard ubilee Singers ou their previous earances here ran vouch lor Ihe baracter of entertainment anorncd this great troupe of finished sins- i-B. To hear them once is t" desire hear them again, and there is no Delegates pry" timing -Congress and Others, Do Not Overlook "City of Certainties" West Coast Ocean Terminus oftheC.N.R. GRASP THESE FACTS There will be a thousand cities' "The I'orl Mi the Cniiiidinii yoriht-ni sysfein. hut only Pnc-JBc Port A. huo-e terrilory lilic <'luii'til.-i is f'he j'ouiKlfli'ion upon great, cii-ies ;uv hnsis ol1 1'ort .Mann's M-o.ndur.lul futu-re. The Pnjiaiiiii Canal will make Port ALaun the "front door'' for a many tinics lliau the average Europotin unimtvy or -.American slate. The great porl.s ol: the are located on or at the month of .U'reat rivers. Port .Manns harbor, ihe Fraser .River, is the linest fiTsh- waier harbor on the Pacilio tlevelopnieiil of the country and ihe ainoiint of business offerings by i companies indicate that ihe Canadian Xorrlioni i will have io do in live years what the C. P. .U. 1 had Uventv years Io accomplish in.'' '.I.1, (i. Holt, vifo-pi'-osiden! and general manager ol the Canadian Northern and Pacific .Railway. renliils for indiisl rial sites mean mil- lions of dollars added to the payrolls of Port Mann. shops be the mosl ini- porlant in Win. in the Vancouver Province. .1 line IH. "IfllJ. inleresis conlrol ihe U'l-ealest eoahiiines of the Pacific Coasl. hesitle.s several larii'e melalliferoiis properlies. Port has an iniporianl fill lire as ihe liead- ijiiiirvers of these vast iiiining regions. The l-'raser liiver. Port Manns harhor. is one of ibegreai salmon grounds of the world. Port M.ann is destined Io be the centre of a huge fish-, ing industry, as Mann inleresls a I read v control several of the largest fishing indiisl i-ies on the Pacific Coasl.. Port Mann is ihe logical saw-milling ecu! re for the riches! limber areas of North America. The i- Mills, opposite Pori '.Maun, one of Ihe laru'esl plants in Ihe wo-rld. is conlrolled by X Maun inleresls. which have many millions of dollars invested in limber and mills on Ihe Pacific Coasl. These immense lumber- inir inlerests cenlering at Port Mann are alone sullicieni io assun; a large city. Mail s i-i i Gofclen r C. to le H and SatiudiH ycloci serving Biichiand (.'reek, Cnlina- Brl'io Hmei Alhnl, mer ttuul 3JJ- PETTIPt NlSIGNS Vam'oin i 'Jl-i-lt I Petti-! n s'wtei tl in of thel Trades and U Council was ac-j ineet-: corded in npposliion. is the result of the vo rolling Div. -No. 1. Sunny Hill Xo. 2, Barney No. C. V. Ranch ____ Xo. t, Alhy Xo. Cnrlsliili lie fol'owlnn I'Or ARdiust fi bod installed in his 3d in temlitiii latiotl to the ex-t ciitive and leasons to' the ulselln- unld longer lie ote the taty's '-vorK CIIH work ill connec-j i tion ivith Hie F loBfil demanded! iiis vhole time lieir one stand, liie iniuiat; f tills little theatre Is 111] ing secured them for iheir Ee uppenmiiue. and ir, itnln; so ndeavorins to "H or good thinss is eatahlish this season. The Musical Novelty Co. j In eoiijnnclioii with the shove] oniuahy O.io WelR. I lie famous; .let-man mnsirai comedian and an mnniplllator will he the attraction i .f the 3lorris Theatre on l-'iiday and; Saturday. Nov. I and i. lieiiis for two night? only. This of entertamers K've otic ofi ;he most pleasing ami unique musical: and vaudeville entertalnraoais thai; lui? ever heen seen in the WPFI. Their: nitlsU- i'Onsists (irincipaily of the na-i live nawaiin mnsie 'whirr, is iiii'incp-j tionably a hannuei of listtessj inherliiii' haniuitiy en aiei native InEininietits. One tan imagins] the inyslie Hnwaiin rausir played he llaivaiin li'io on the wonderful in.; itritmeuts nf ihe Hav.'iiiin that 'lie ILsfetlins to restless, haunled; liiusii: of the waters avo.ind thr-m.' from any other known niusii' and ail-; mirers of music, as well as crllii-s of, ability are unanimous iu their dec-lam-i lions thai the music of the Hawaiiti; trio this company is Ihe sweetest and most delightful music, havej ever heard. The entertainment lasts for nearly Iwo hours anil the auditor! a'wav wishing that could: hear it, repeated, and are lulled in' slninher rememherins tile ilellglilfnl. catchy airs of our new Otto liie Ocrman musk-al eotn- riliun. is a whole show In himscif and received numerous encores for liisj rendilion of the inusle of all ualicua on the accoi'dir.n. as as Ins ahiiity to <-onvfrse in tr-n 'liffereut language, which ho doe-s lo the stir- I prise of rhe audience and his roiiversalious with Ihe rulers of (the different is a second i surprise equal (o the tirsl. WESTERN OFFs TO TAKOIU6 Ottawa Oct oiders is- sitetl cti nit three] western Davis of] Alhertii Hodson J ill the iOth Ms'h.'e.land 'Lie-in. .1.1 A, t'ritchloy ot tifiiight Horse.] have been electnttead the Ions! course ir.'.- oflicer-balens at theji Hoyal Military Xov. !th. UNRESERVED Aultion Stock Yards, Cilga.l Thjfeday, Oct MfM 1 o'clock sharp Bfiinicted by Messrfa MIICRC IHJO t Roa'ton. Tho arc life ilfc of their horses, and some Jo? sheep. I will sell ire buentiorjed: 12 Head Horses head of mares ,'--om 3 to S (cars old and weighing from 250 to 1400 Ibs. each.I _ 35 'head of gildings Ip 5 'Ors from M. 450 tbs. each. 30 head'of suckers. BL t OLD SET- Plise. one of tustpr-ttlors iu! this ilisirici. Mr I was a rcsideii't 1'" He tame ;o Winnip and wasj conticcti'd wiih i1.-iil for many! years as yard fij toj this he and! had bei-n very Iflilff He wa years of age. 1 Registered StalHon w Special" 'The above horses are tho lot of Clyde breeding I tare oier had the pleasure of exposing for Alberta.. .The-males 'are mostly all young, and their sires and arand-.iires were imported "JlesBi-s Mnckle. Hoople and Henton are well known all over Mbertn. for their good Clyde VhorneB and anyone In want of Btock. will do well to at- mil this sale. "GtitleniGn are to nave Kir horses hro.iislifln.to Ihe feck yards for tho convenience JfintcmHng purchasers. Cash. No Reserve LAYZELL, Auct. East, Calgary, Alta. rarm Lands Ihilf-rfec nortliea-S't of i" 518.00 per per acre Ciislt, halance over elfrlli One of t tllliroved sections of land in th" l.elhhridce. district. sood fences aid all fully-improved. Price 550.00-e; terms given. west of I.ethhridpe. good btiildincs and fences; all 'Itivition. Price J35.00 per acre, on easy terms. Our Listtngn Wods and City Property is Most Completo. and Investment irripany, Limited OFFICE 411 PHONE 1214. Cheetiind Best Buy in me City Five Millions to be Spent at Once on Port Mann I'roperlics. I.imile.l. (lie n.ajor of the Imsi.M-Ns an.l resulen ml C. O. J AMUNDSEN SON, Ciaresholm, Alberta Headquarters dunns-' Cons-'ress Week. Dallas II otel, PACIFIC PROPERTIES, B GREEKS LEAVE HAT j Ah'rlU-ine Hat, Oct. i-peks f mm M edicine Hat ml i h e district h'ft lust niplu fnr New Yorkj I'roin wliet'p they will sail 10 ihft l.-tndj of Mi (Mr birth help light in Hie ii in til. Some tlnriy-fivf more ai'fl licrc ami nrr: money. Thciy! will leave in ;i ihiy ur so, Hi'iiiPd with ii liii-ge flreok and wiiitft silU, with !i Five north, on Seventh Avenue Sotilli, water; near Fifteenth Street time only Frai MacLeod Co. VICE-PRESIDENT SHERMAN ILL N.V.. Oct. S. Shcr- man, vice-iircsidfjnl of the Tniioii Slalf'K, is Fpriously ill ami steadily failing. IL; his lioinp liis! liliystaiun, F. II. IVck, liclievcaj Ihcfc In no immediate! daugi'i' of dc'ntli. llio dUUugtiUlied fondition is sucll thai. is a niat-tcr of ronjccniro how nuicli longer In; can withstand t.hc ravaso-i of the disease willi which be U aftllcud, PHONE <71 POST OFFICE BOX 95 Paper Specials .Arc pvd' Specials. or i-iill for-i- gnidcs and prices. 3'IRevlo Co. Avenue Sauth ;