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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta WiMliu-sdii.v, October Corning Monday DAILY Page Son" Corning Monday '-'The Son To-day and To-morrovrlaind's Own Motion Pictures of "The Congw and City" THK n voui: And Hcc Every Item of In- terest During The Big Week ion Pictures. No Advance in Priw, 1'vices Never Gliangc. Splal Engagement of The Intrepid Arctic Int.n eating Illustrated Lecture o Discovery Of The NPol Hear him and judge for 75c, and 50c. -LBIIY 25c. Ssats on and-Allin's Drug Otto Weis' Musical Co y Gny e and cy llVcharac danciif the songs an ur and with An entertainment of qualfiy, i Comedy, songs, music and n. music of all nations, renders native Instrumento of each co MISS'VERISIA FELTON and TH Royal Hungarian String Quart BORN READER WHO H STUDIED UNDER THE RENOWNED PROFE- DUXBURY OF MA CHESTER, ENG. YMC.A. Audii NOVEM 8.30 Special Attraction at the MONARCH TONIGHT 1 Lady Audley's Secret An intensely interesting Eng- lish Society Drama in two reels. 2 Father's Bust 3 The Widower's Widow Two side splitting comedies that will just make you laugh. FOUL MURDER IN CHICAGO HOUSE BALTIMORE GIRL WAS DONE TO DEATH IN BRUTAL FASHION WARNER WANT! MARSHALL MAY A FLOUR MILL BOARD OF TRADE WILL ASSIST PRIVATE LECTING POST OFFICE SITE Warner, Oct. real live Hoard of Truck) meeting was held last even- liig at which II was decided to assist C. L. llalmrast In erecting a suuill Hour mil! by circulating ,a s'.tbscrln- tlon paper. The proceeds will be paid toward a site, tofflngwoll Egan generously donating ono of ihu two lots required. A resolution was passed to ask the C. P. R, for two cars of cinders, with which 10 Improve the grade and cross- ings to Ule station. The matter of tho location of Uio post office and telephone exchange camo up for a long discussion, and In the end the meeting was adjourned to 10 a.m. today, when a more repre- sentative hody of citizens could be present to voice tlicir choice of the three propositions which follow: D. M. Lossy proposed to move tire present post office building back 1M feet, and use It for the telephone ex- change, and build a 30x2lft. building for the jiost office; or, Loffingwell Egan proposed to build oC cement walk to pass in front of a vacant building they would rent for the purpose; or, Chas. Egan proposed to build suitable building on Fourth avenue, which is already supplied with cement walk. At the adjourned meeting this morn ing a good crowd was out, and a warm discussion took place pro and con be- fore1 a ballot was taken. The final ballot showed 13 votes for the Lose.v proposition, and 10 for the Bgan pro- position, so the post office will be lo- cated exactly where it stands now if the majority vote has any weight with the government. Chicago, Ills., Oct. Sophia G. Singer. 29 years old, daughter of Mrs. C. 1-1. Singer, a prominent and wealthy Haltimorc widow, was found murdered, her iirms and legs bound with a rope, a chloroformed handker- chief stuffed inlo her mouth and tier body wrapped in a blanket in an In- dhuin avenue rooming house early to- day by William B. who ac- companied her hero from the eastern city three weeks ago and to whom according to life story he was to havo been married io-morrow. The woman's skull had been crushed. Charles D. Conway said to bo a high diver and his wife, who also is as Beatrice Rlall and 3Iay a variety actress who roomed in the .same house and who had been befriended by Wiliirthen aro being sought in connection with the crime. NEW DIAMOND WEIGHT New York, Oct. loading jewelers of the United States votad to- day 10 adopt the metric carat as the standard of weight for diamonds. Un- der the new standard a carat will 'weigh 200 milligrammes; under the old its weight is 205 milligrammes. The reduction In weight, is two and a half per cent. The change will be- come effective January J, 1013. HIS LEGS CUT OFF Smlbury, Oct. O'Con- nor, station agent at Naughton, Out., had both legs cut off by the west- bound t-rain tcday. lie was brought to tll-3 hobpitul. His recovery is doubt ful. INDEPENDENT BADLY WORSTED, Berlin, Out.. Ocl. To- turns of I ho liye-clwtimi in North Waterloo, Rive a r.u'jority of for Alderman .Mills. '.he- Conservative candidate. ANOTHER INDEPENDENT DEFEATEn llCTllu. Ocl. 2S.-C. II. .Mills was el. cc'oil in North Watrrlon 1" the bye- election to the Ontario legislature by an overwnhlmim; majority of in a "onicst with Allen Hie liuM.iMi.H-nt candidate, and M Wcyiuan, in-.' Socialist candi- date Only about half UK usual vote .was conceded an e Coii'-cn itivo can- is the direct and inevitable result at and skin. The undigested (cod other waste mat- ter which is allowed to accumulate poisons t.I.e blood and the whole system. Dr.Morse'sMinn Hoot Pills act directly on the bowels., regulating thcin-oil the kidneys, them case and bio prnpurly hl.lcr the on the rjtui, opening lip the pores. Tor pure Wood and good health take Dr. Movse's Roo4 Pills MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Congress Pictures at Starland Today BECOME PRESIDENT A POSSIBILITY OF THE UN' STATES PRESIDENTIAL CON- TEST jTHE COMB'S MOKNING STORY You know the story the comb tells. Il's n.very discouraging story, too. iDay by day, n few more strnnds arc add- ed, of hair that is turning grey, losing its j vitality, ita strength nnd -its health. hair is as unberoming as old age. Natural pride should have its toy. You wish (o look young end it is your DUTY (o sppcd? so. You can't even LOOK young I! the silver threads begin to show. Ben "Young Woman" in looks, nlwayj. Tiio hairs to the cbeperou and to the grandmother. Stay out of the grandmother class, until your years Justify it, by using, HAY'S HAIR HEALTH 5S.M anil J.0c iJiufi Siorci or itirrci upon of prfri. ,wmn ]0c Hr.y C.: N. J. wiv, Co1- f For and Rscommcnrfed by ,ldcin was In Mercy ;i RED CROSS 3'Ri: 1 8. BOOK CO. Ud. Glirijcoiis, Today uiid tomorrow ...will be big days nt Starland. 'heraldec motion pictures of the Congress and city Imvc arrived, find are being ex- hibited for the first time hi their his tory at Starland. To say they are ab- solutely perfect, does, not overesti- mate their value one-bit, for they lit e rally hold the mirror up to 'Leth bridge. It will be a decidedly novel attraction, for they offer an oppor- tunity to the citizens to see them- selves, their friends, the city in sen- all the principal events or the week, in splendid 'motion pictures Tho prices of admission will remain the same us usual, Tor it is the con tinnal policy of tho management o Starland to present only the latest greatest and best in motion picture? at one standard price admission no matter how expensive or costfo any attraction may be. The next great feature to be showr at, Stariaml 'will be 'the phenomena! production "The Blighted a stu pendous presentation in four parts This will almost constitute an entire evening's entertainment, and will be the attraction at Starland on Monday and Tuesday, next, Nov. 4 and 0. At the Morris Thig comfortable theatre was filled j capacity last night when the Wil-j Hams' Jubilee Singers were the at-1 traction. This company has a wide-; worlil reputation, and after last; night's entertainment they did not belie the good things that were said about them. Being a company of col- ored men and women, the public nat- urally expected to hoar nothing but old-time plantation and coon songs, nut everyone was agreeably surprised to hear such fine renderings of "The from "II and "My Hosnry." The singer of thin lat- tor song was deserving of all the praieo ahc was accorded in the end. 'Several fluo rcmivmngs from tho quartette wore also well received, UK the baas .solo "Asleep in the by Mr. C'ui.lilie. Most people were worry to Jiecr the end of the eon- cert, and it. is to be huped that a re- turn engagement can be arranged. Manager Mr.vris is to -Iw conipli- r.itmiod the class of attraction he in to his house, and If only maintain !.lie same standard the future, he will enjoy that pat-' roiiugc from the public that ts deserv- ing of him. "Lady Audley's Secret" at the Monarch For tonight the management of this cozy IHtlo theatre Iiavo secured tha HAontjfiii fcauire "Lady! Auiiiey'E Secret." This is by the same author aa "East which was preeeiileil some time 11.20, and eo highly tpr.ken of. In addition, two rnniricllcft will IK: shown, "I-'atliorV and "Tin: Widower's I Widow." This is mirrly a i of unusual oxeol- loiice, aiui Is :lt'srrvtiiK Hhoral Mimi a! 7.U.. D. C.. Oct. siren- us effort will ho made hy the Itc- puhllcan and Democratic parties to fill ,ho thre'o vacancies existing In the sen- lie and the live vacancies existing In he house of repre.HonlatlvcH before ''eb, 12 next, the date upon the electoral colleiio will assemble. It Is ihu senatorial vacancies which arc of especial concern, not only to the wo old parties but to the Progressives is well. If these -vacancies shall he filled by Democrats, It will mean in ciaa a! a deadlock in tho electoral college the house of represen- tatives that Gov. .Marshall will stand excellent chance of being inaug- irttted itB president of the United states. There are three progressive Repuh- .leans upon which whom tho Demo- crats are counting to aid Marshall. These aro LaFollefie of Wisconsin, Grohnii of North Dakota, and Works of California. Follette has made t clear that ho prefers tho Democratic :Icket to either Itoosevelt or Taft. Jronna is believed to bo secretly aid- aiding Wilson. Works has announce i formally his purpose to support Wilsou ,n California. Where Marshall Stand Shows. These three meii realize that if no ilectiou shall occur, Itoosevelt would stand an even, better chance o! get- ting the presidency a year hence ra a new election, which congress .vonld have to authorize, than he docs at this time. They-.will not stand per- sonally for lloosevelt, and in order to bear him their inclination would be to put Marshall la the '.Vhlie House. The-three vacancies upon which so much depends aro those in-Illinois, due. to the'expulsion of Senator Lorimer, in Idaho to tho death of Senator Hey- burn, and in Colorado due to the death of Senator Hughes. The Republicans "expect to retain introl of the Illinois legislature, but if it should bo clo-io and the remnants of the Lorimer following should hold the balance of power, there is a pos- libillty of a deal by which a Democrat .nam-.-a to nil the vacancy. I'll Idaho, the Republicans and Pro- gressives are w'irking together to oe- c'lre control ot tiie legislature primar- ily on behalf of Senator Borah, who Is acceptable to both. The death of Senaior Heyburn is likeij to complicate the situation. 1 ley- burn was a stern standimner, and afreet1: with Eo--ah about few matters otaintn politics.. At the same time tile men had a workinjr arrangement for managernemt of political affairs ai home hy thc'r supporters were able to co-operate and Iteei) the state within the Republican column. Wheth- er this arrangement will hold in view of the disappearance of Heyburn re- mains to be determined. ID Colorado the legislature has been Democratfc, but because of factional difference's has been unable to elect. The probabilities are that the Idaho legislature will continue Democratic. Procedure That May Follow. There are forty-two Democratic sen- ators, and every one of tlicac will vote for Marshall whether his opponent should be Johnson of aiiermac. Un- der the constitution, if the electoral college fails lo show a majority for a presidential candidate, tho house of representatives proceeds to the elec- tion of the president. If the house should be unable to I elect then the senate votes for the two men highest on the list. The nuin receiving a majority of the votes of the whole senate, forty-nine or more, be- comes president 1C the Democrats should till the exist- Ing vacancies and secure the voles of La Follette, Qromtn, and Works on- ly one more votd he necessaiy lo make the lunianian tho SUCCO.MOI- of I'rosfdent Tuft. AUCTION SALE Household Furniture Thursday, October 31st Ufc Second Avenue South :it 2 in. Sliarp BY W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEEF1 The llKls, spl-limi; and inattretum; dressers and stands; sideboard., extension table, diners, dnvenport. rockers, klteh- fa cabimrt, 1 (Miolo raiigft with wanniui! closet, feather plllnws. wool blankets, giirdcn hose, disTios, kitchen uieasila, floor oil cloth, and a groat many other articles. TERMS 1023 MAYOR STEDMAN ANOTHER YEAR THAT IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE IN IS ACTIVE I- Private Sale Household Furniture Mai-lend, Oct. j of Trade are pleased .with .the posi- tiou taken by their exhibit at tin- i Dry-Fanning Congress, and'were do-I lighted to find so many districts from Alberta in the competition, thus giving an impetus to enter again, having learned they have all. the, qualifications, and require only an j extra effort on tlie part o! somebody i to prepare and install the fruits, nt the farm in an attractive .way. With, the addition of the cups year the Slaclcod Hoard of Trade will p attractive display. A. Bruce Grady, who has beun with the Mountain Park Coal 250 miles west of Edmonton, is spending Thanksgiving at home in Macleoil. From here he goes to Vancouver, n. ,1. K. McLauglilan, has contractor in Jlacleod for a niinjli'er j of years, leaves this week for Vic-1 toria, 11. C., where lie will continue as a builder of homes. His A. F. i: M friends hade him a kind fare- his seed from F. A. Adonis well last week in tho lodge of Macleod. at the last Provincial presented him wilh a Past Master's fair held in Macleod, thus giving iewcl i .Southern Alhorta the double honor of Building continues unabated, rtvcr- producing the best wheat i. the. al new dwellings have been started world._________________ NELSON NEEDS JAIL Nelson, Oct. tho Nfllson provincial jail Is obsolete for the needs of this large and growing dis- AT 214 FIFTH AVE. S. Carpets, stoves, beds, tables, chairs, sofas, grate, cooking utensils and everything, found in a well furnished house. All these furnishings are near- ly new and in first class condi- tion. Call Any Hour j the past week. Among these is one j 1.1 MnNjnlltl ivlll for W. II. McNabb, who will in fu- ture reside in town, and visit ills farm occasionally. His new home will he an up-to-date one in every re- spect; and no pains will be spared to I trlct, and that a modern structure niake it one of the most modern. [with n large open space where priaon- is called to the fact that I era could be provided with healthy Southern Alberta kept the lion's employment is needed 'is the dechvra- share of the prizes awarded at the i tion of. tlio grand Jury, which mada a Dry-Farming Cuucircss, and the cx-j presentation to Mr. Justice Gregory ccu'iivc of the Southern Alberta As- nt the assizes today, sociaicd Hoards of Trade are consid- RAILROADER DEAD Chicago. Oct. .Mnnro, Whiteinau, vice-president of the Chi- cago and Northwestern, tiled today... He was horn at Elbridse. S.Y., BOV- enty-fivo years ago. The fellow who is always looking for a job is generally r.n adept at liniling fault. cring a banquet at their annual ir.eet- ing "to entertain the winners of -the variofs in tin: district' covct'.-d by the association. This .annual meeting will be held in Jlacleod Dec, 1012, at 10 a. m. for the annual report and election of olficers. important subjects will b.e taken up I by prominent .speakers, which will] prove interesting. j The old firm of Heap McLean has been dissolved. Mr. Heap continues the business. i Municipal affairs are quiet, pros- 1 peels arc that Mayor Stcdman will] remain for another term without op- position, and llic vacancies in the council will he looking ior men to fill them. The application to the leg- islature for a commission form uf government, giving the mayor the commissioner's salary and also the members a regular fee for 'each meeting they attend, will .thus jinak-c the future oi the council vi-.ry interesting ior those who mav he 1 members. The continuation of the i present, system will have the. effect of low rate of taxation for all time, and even a low rale should he given to the fortunate owners of real cs- jtatc in the town of Macleod. Favorable wcater ,s hemg trunk sowers. and Schrank from tiring a I The winner of the Umiilcy prize I second shot. M Your lastn in style and colors hns been carefully consulted. Some store convenient to yuu will show you these hcautifnl garments for men, women and children. 77 PEMMAN3 LIMITED PARIS CANADA Useful, pretty and smart are these improved knit coats For drivina or as for a hundred oilier ouliiiicr enjoyments-yon will be filnd of your Pen-Anfile Sweater Cent on windy days and chilly evenings. I1 or though they feel so fleecy to the touch and set so lightly on cho body, they aro wnnnth-ijiving indeed. Knit hy I'cn-AnSli! process, from wools of the choicest; these useful ifnrmenls possess a smartness and style not known to the usual knit com. Anrt they retain their shapely lines, because they ore care- fully shaped to lit snug to Ihe figure. That shapo stays m them because it is knit into Pen-Angle way. Your exact physical type is included in the wide range of ;