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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Corning Monday "Tim Him" TTTE LETUPRTDfiE DAILY HERALD Pane 7 Coming Monday "The Hlighlcil Son" TO-DAY Starland's Own Motion Pictures of "The Coress and City" ?very of terest'During The IDEPT. YOUtsipDfl Anil Kh> Motion Pictiu-csT APOTvOGY' OwlnB no-iaiin lay of full pioductlon of films, wo were unable to show afternoon's t.uln, "rrivcB MUSIC ANDDRAMA (ConducUd by FIDSLIO) JVfajestic Tafr e Ofje jjgjrt only-Hoy, 1st Special Engagement of The Ai9rtr In an Inters eating Illustrated t Discovery Of Thetb Pole Hear him and jud ge for 75c, and 50c Seats on Sale 'Kenny and A.llin's QALLERY 25c. INCOMPETENCE IS CAUSE OF DIVORCE MOVE TO START HOME FOR THE TEACHING OF ECONOMICS New MoVrisiieatre NflbEP 1-2 SPECIAL Otto Weis' fllyatouian Musical Confcynpany An entertainment of ter. Comedy, Eongs, music ani'f r and music of all nations, tlie native instruments of eauli 50c, 25c Seats on Sa COMING! MISS VERNA FELTON and, Royal Hungarian String Quf.rtet] [que ordinary rn charac- TibracIng the songs i and with Matinee, 10c, 25c. including; the "The Story aier selections TYIJJL E.S SNADA'S MOSIt REALISTIC'RETER OF LITERATURE THE :ANAClAN BORW RI-ADER WHCEVER STUDIii'D UNDER RENOWNED PRfi 13 UXBURY OF CHESTER, E YM.C.A. Avium I MONDAY, NOVEW 4, 8.30 A Rare Trca f mission 50c Spokane, Wash., Oct. latge proportion of divorces granted are duo .to incompetent housekeeping. More than one-third of the children horn die under the age of five years, and more than one-half of these deaths are caused by digestive dis- orders." Basing its campaign tho above declarations, the Stale Fed- eration of Women's clubs of Idaho, headed by 'Miss Permeal French, dean of women at the state university, has started a movement, to secure a 000 home economics building at th-a university. "The states.of Washing- ton, North Dakota, Illinois, Iowa, York, Kansas, Nebraska, Okla- homa, Colorado, Utah and others mako special provision for up-tp-date training in homo says Miss French, "ft is .everywhere be- ing recognized that It is fully as im- portant to train wcmen to be capable managers and intelligent consumers as it is to make men efficient produc- ers. If the state provides proper equipment we can make an incalcul- able return in improved health and domestic conditions." Congreii Pictures Today Unfortunately, tho full of tho CongresK plcturey did not i rivo on time yesterday, so tho inuniii mont of Starluud wore compelled withhold tho showing, of them. A li (.'gram IWB been received by tho ma agement this morning howsver, the effect that tho balance- of U films will arrlvy on this afternoon Irafn, aud KO the full production wl positively ho shown at Starland t night, and for the buluiico of th week. Alice Neilstn's Visit That dainty American soprano Alice NollBeii. will be heard I this city, at the Majestic, on Wcdnci (lay. November fi, is a lover of horse and horseback riding. Tho Bosto aim Metropolitan Opera House singe lU'tlares that without her dally cm fer {sfio feels lost. During her presen tour, which is being directed by Char les WUgner, the soprano has mor than once found U difficult to aecun a good saddle horse. In ono city she experienced a lonj delay the morning of her arrival in .securing an animal, and finally when the beast was brought to her hole door, siio gasped. II. was a big raw boned horse, evidently used for othei purposes than the one Intended, bii ihe groom insisted that Miss Nielsen would find it satisfactory in all re spects. As the singer is (as tbey she mounted to the back of the steed and moved away. During the next hour she found more peculiar gaits than1 she supposed a horse ever possessed, "f have been brought up on the back of a saddle said Miss Neflsen afterward, in diacuBEing the matter, ''hut I con- fess I never before found one quite like this one. He hud- a sort of a half trot, half pace that made it ne- cessary for me to use every particle of my skill to remain in my position. However, I was after exercise, and I certainly got it." COLEMAN Coleman, Oct. goodly num- ber of people turned out to attend the At Home held in the Institutional Church 011 Thanksgiving night. The object of the gathering was to return thanks for the blessings enjoyed dur- ing tlie past y-ear, and to welcome strangers in the town, and help them get acquainted. Rev. T. M. Murray, pastor of the church, occupied the chair, and in his own Inimitable style saw that the get-together part of the programme 'was successfully carried out. The following programme was rendered most effectively: Instrumen- tal music, Mr. J. Emmerson; French g, ilr. N. Fievey; solo, Mr. J. Russell; recitation, Miss (M. Perry; solo, Miss A. Macliin; solo, Mrs. Wat- son. Short addresses were given by he chairman, and Messrs. Alex. Cam- jron and C. Bansmore, followed by a iainty service of light refreshments. The dance given by St. Alban's In- atltute in the Opera House -on Thanksgiving night was well attend- ant! a success from every loint of view. Whist tables bad been jrovlded on the stage for the non- lancers, and many veteran players 'GREAT DEMONSTRATION HONORS MR. ROOSEVELT CANADIAN PACIFIC Progressive Leader Wa Hero of Remarkable Meeting in New York New Vork, Oct. crowd whlc: jammed Madison Sciuiira Cardci from floor to roof and ov-srflowoi through three blocks of surroundini streets, greeted tho leaders of th' Progressive party tonight at the mas meathiK, marking tlm first public ap [icarance of Col. Kooaovolt, since tin attack made upon him in Mllwauket on October 14. Gov. Hiram w, .Johnson and Oacui Straus, candidate for governor o New York, speaking to tlic Immense crowd, before Col. Koosevolt mtchct ho paved tlio way for a grea demonstration for the former presl dent. A stuffed hull moose, at one end of tho Garden on which the spot Ight was trained throughout tho e suing was a prominent, part of the decorations. The Colonel showed no physical evidence of the shock of his attempt- id assassination. Ho spoke for tour and twenty minutes. For forty-two minutes after .his intrance into the Madison Square iarden, Col. Roosevelt stood :it the dge of the high platform, unable to lake himself heard above the din of heers. Col. Roosevelt refused to sit down r to leave the rail that edged tbe llmsy platform. Senator Dlxon and ov. Johnson urged him to be seat- d, but be maintained his standing po- tion throughout the entire demon- tration, and when opportunity fiual- came for him to begin his speech, -a began with it with a request to le police to maintain order. A Great Scene A sea of banners and a. score of ills greeted tlie speakers as they Vcrna Felton Coming Many and varied are the methods adopted by the suffragettes to further their cause, and to arouse ihe public sympathy. There have been books written on the subject, articles In the papers, and large meetings in all parts of the. country. Until recently, however, the serious side of the question only has been ad. vanced by tho 'writers and speakers, and now we have tlve playwright, who has decided that the best way to gain the attentions and sympathies of the public is to appeal their-liking for comedy. "A Contented Woman" is tb-a latest addition to the list of plays written on on tlie platform, and U was 20 o'clock before senator the hand which made the airman Oi the National committee, realize his desire to bo allowed Chows greu ii'tt every appearance C.'ol. Koosuvclt in the-1 films iind th clii'cring swelled to suuh proportion when speakers appeared upon tli platform thai tin; intervent inn ot tli band was necessary to enable OoV Johnson and Mr. Straus Ui begit their spcechus. Col. Koospvelt readied the hall al o'clock, while Oov, .Johnson wui Kllll speaking. His progress through the streets was greeted with cliem that'penetrated into the hall ami brought an answering cheer from the inside. A.s lie cama up on to the, high platform through a roar stairway Ihe Garden became a heilhun of sound and a mass of waving color. broad smile the Colonel stopped and wavttil his hands in salutation. The Cheers Grew in Volume His gestures for the 'crowd to bo seated intensified the noise. He in- sisted upon standing in his effort to bring the crowd to order. Tlie .dem- onstration lasted forty-two minutes. Col. Roosevelt after a request to the police to keep order in Logan speaking- The Colonel stibwcd no physical evidence of the shock of his U temp ted assassination. He '.spoke or an hour and twenty miuutus ai- er his entrance into the Madison Square Garden, Col. Roosevelt stood at ihe edge of the high platform, un- ible tti make himself heard above the !in of cheers. Songs and Band Music His gestures to the crowd for sil- ncc server! to intensify the loiscs and when nfU-r min- ;tes oi cheering, Col. Roosevelt made determined effort to begin his pcech the immense audience swung ff into another period of cheering by lie beginning of the chant, want 'eddy; we want Listened In Silence. The attention and silence that, greeted the address by Col. Roosevelt j as marked as tlie demonstration iafc preceded it. At the first at- cmpts to interrupt with applause lie presidential candidate motioned it-h his left, hand for silence and he ccompaniccl this gesture with-a shake crowd to Annual Eastern Excursions SPECIAL KAIL In connection with Trans-Atlantic Tickets Round trip rate from Lethbridge to Montreal, to St. John DATES OF SALE Nov. 7., Dec. 31., 1912 Return limit 5 months from date ol tssuo Liberal extension privileges For further information, rail and Steamship Tickets, apply to 8. B.; Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge, or write to R. G. McNEILLIE, Dllt. Passenger Agent, Calgary. Alta. j California Excursions from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31' BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKE LOW TO OTHCH POINTS TKAVfil, BY SEA oti ihe biff Steamships PRESID1JNT or GOVERNOR." Send for free illustmtetl booklet of Ciilifornu Hotels and free iimp of the Pacific Coast Be sure to reserve Berths iu advance PACIfiC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. CEO. V. AIDKVI, 0411. 111. OtfI. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH: order to permit Mr. Straus as speak without interruption. Colonel c first, speaker to login. "'Our country has said r. Straus, "in fact, that in every och of its development from the he- Dooscvelt adhered to tho. text of his prepared speech, scarcely changing a word throughout. His voice was full and sttoiiK, penetrating to the e.t- nning a leader has arisen who was tone corners of the amphitheatre. best qualified to carry the nationi'Iis right hand, owing to the wound through storm and strife to that high! of his right side, was scarcely moved .plane of: righteousness and justice ,m gesture, although tapped which has builded a nation which to-! phatically several times .upon day stands foremost of all the na-j railing. l-ie gestured throughout lions in the world in interpreting the PALOUSE FARMERS PROPOSE TO ORGANIZE A BIG CO i OPERA- TIVE SOCIETV Wash., Oct. oi thi! Karnu'i's' I r.itit l lal and it operative t.'nion, wi! h aid of oth- er fanners' orgamvM ions ami haiu- ers, .'.re working nut a p'l; :in to elim- inaln in the famous ouse country (immediate iy .south of .Spokane) organizing :i ;athered about tbe tables and fought ong, drawn-out games. Stokes' or- hfistru left, nothing to be desired in lie music line. A number of people present from Blairmore, Frank, nd neighboring towns. The com- liitee in charge report to tliej ood. after paying al! expenses, whic will be added to Iho buildin fund of St. Alban's Institute. The mercury dropped a couple c farmers company to vs zero 11 mn Ol Mores and haniib. i Wednesday morning bore a clecit Jt'Cd to bin1 all stock own-j wintry aspect. eri dirtcth intcrestpt! in ndirt tlie Farmers' Htatt-j bi n sh., is to under-'' uiocK nut finance .the pro- pi unnus ind bankers have Iii fornnil iting tbe plan for; intl ire I in by having I f t, uortli of stock, j I u attained by fttlouse far-1 m uuctniL, ru-opcrativc grain! w. giycs them confidence in: 1 be IIDL.OI plan. UNPRECEDENTED (OFFER H Lots in North Ln thbririge, centrally located No cash required.! Bankable ;e accept- ed. J. R. REVILI. Room I, Kirkhnm niiwh. Pli n lies 1018. FEELS THE EXODUS Ont Oct a of Bulgirbins starteil for to light the Tirrks. civic light and other url. rns bat. come nearly to a H BAY CO.'S TAX 8ILL a Oct 'biggest jtt tpe municipslitj' has In with Its tax levy js the jja Co T he giant corpora tjeoted io settle Us account M and when it pilfers will ho the gainer by cl> (ido A blta of this and a Ualo of that, all day loiiE, dillla Ihe appetite and wetfcens digestion. Restore your stomach to healthy vigor by taMnj s Na-Dru-Cq Dyspspjla Tablet after each out the 'pieelflg1. Na-Drq-Co Dyspepsia Tabled are the best friends far from Indigestion and dyjpspsU. 50t. a Boi n your Druggist's. Made by ths Drug and Chemical Co. ol Canada, Lhniied. the subject, and it is absolutely one of the funniest comedies ever ]ire- s-cnted on the stage. _ Try and imag- ine, if you can, anything funnier or more ridiculous than a man and his wife >both head over heels in politics, and each running for the same office. This is one of the many funny situa- tions which are 'brought into the play, and altogether it is so full of fun that the audience is Itept iu one continual roar throughout the entire bill. The manuscript for the above play was recently sent through the mail (o Mr. P. R. Allen by some person un- known, with the request that it be pre- sented to the Canadian public at pop- ular prices, thus enabling every per- son to witness the production. Jlr. Allen accepted the play, nev-er thinking that it would prove to be one nf the most popular comedies that he has ever presented. However, on reading the 'script ov- er, a new difficulty presented Hs-alf. Mrs. Allen was to appear on the stage in masculine attire, and she im- mediately raiseil an objection to the pLiy being included in the reper- toire of the Allen Players, but con-' sented to give it a trial in Victoria which city company were at that time playing. Tho play was presented for one week, and on the opening night, it was quite evident that standing room would be at a premium for tho bal- ance of ilie wcoii. H wus such a suc- cess thrro were numerous o.ucsts for a repotition ol' the play, .and, of there was now no question as to it remaining in tho rc- portclre of the company. .Miss Verna Felton and the Allen players will include "A Wo- man" in their list of plays to be pre- sented at the Morris Theatre during their engagement here, which Ktjrls on Monday, November spirit of human rights for the high- est welfare of Urn ni'ople; "Washington, JeJTL'rson and Lincoln were tho leaders of the first two per- iods. We are now in the third stage of our liovelopment, tlic struggle for justice, and the leader of third period of our new life is Theodore Roose- velt. "Throughout his administration he gave himself with the devotion of an inspired prophet to enlarge the sphere of the plain people of the land." Air. Straus spoke but n few min- utes. He declared that Col. Roose- velt, who had appointed him Secre- tary oE Commerce and Labor, had told him "to tilt the balance in fav- or of humanity." The crowd which had begun to till the Garden as soon as the doors op- ened at six o'clock was entertained for nearly two hours with moving speech with his left arm. ciii- the his FELL OUT OVER GAME OF CARDS ITALIAN WAS STABBED KNIFE PENETRATING ARTERY NEAR LUNGS pictures tour. of the Roosevelt western GOING TO WEST INDIES Moose Jaw, Oct. special train of seven cars, carrying wealthy Chinamen, en route to the West In- dies, passed through here at two clock this afternoon. Cranbrook, Oct. serious stab- bing affray took place here on Septem ber 27, and as a result a man, named Elib Pionrino, a naturalized British subject, was 'brought before Judge liyan, on the 29th insl-.-cba-rged with wounding Naglmoto Borona, au .Ital- ian, 'with intent to do grievous bodily harm. It appeared from the evidence giv- en at the hearing that on September 27 Iaslfji the prosecutor and ''prisoner with several otliers, '.were playing cards for a box of grapes which be longed to Borona. Every player, ex cept the winner, was to contribute to wards the cost of the A dl: pnte ensued at the end of tho'game between Borona and prisoner, and Borona struck prisoner 'between tbe eyes with his fist. The prisoner then grabbed a knife, and stabbed Borona over the kidney ou the left, side, In flicting a flesh wound about two in- chos In length. The men then clinch- I ed with one another, and prisoner ami have a sweet, healthy" baby, and our struck Borona Dottier blow just, be- i------ j low the collar bone, inflicting a ftir- I ther wouiul three inches in length and penetrating to the lungs. For several days Borona's condi- tion was highly critical, and there was considerable hemorrhage- from the artery on tlie tenth day, according to die evidence of Dr. King, who ntteiuled Horoim, I Tlie magistrate expressed his snr-j prisft that, the man's life was when there 'was a sign of huge from the principal artery nf Hie lungs. Afior a long hearing prisoner! was committed for trial. MRS. WILKES' JLESSIN Her Dearest Hopes Realized Health, Happiness and Baby. Plattsburgr, E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound has proved very beneficial to me, for now I am well and have home is happy. "I was an invalid from nervous proa- tration, indigestion find femnle troubles. Four Hundred Mouses (n Park, A remarkable schom-o baa been in- by a co-operative society of 400 workfugmen. who, b-aving ected together tbe sura of ave purchased tliQ park and Cbateau f Pravell in the Seine ot Olse. Four undred dwellings will be erected in bs park without ID any way spoiling ts notural beauty. The choicftet por- ous of tbe will be set apart for 10 henefH of Ihe community, The liahMiit ItsoH' in to becomn the com- ion houKir, end in lis rooms aro to be tlm shops will f' tlu; liibit.ants. "I think I suffered every pain a woman could before 1 began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, .ind I think it saved this baby's life, as I lost my first one. Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing from. Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Clan cabin and Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from. St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and 12th. LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure the best, It costs no more. Apply" to any railway, steam- ship agent or H. E. E.IDMAN, General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, Tourist Sleepers To MONTREAL QUEBEC ST. JOHN connecting with ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS HOYM.MAIl. INPRBSfS November-December Sailings WINTER Excursion Rates On Sale daily, Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. Reserve berths now fop CHRISTMAS SHIPS See Local Agent for details or Write J. S. CARTER Gcnl. Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg A GIFT TO CALGARY London, Oct. The city of Cnl- is to be tho recipient of James "My health has been very good ever i Turner's famous collection o[ nntiiral. since, and I praise- your medicine to all ist specimens, J. L. Moody, of that my Mrs. VEBNA WILKES, R. city, having purchased it from the F. D. No. 1, Piattaburg, Miss. London owners for the Calgary Muse The darkest days of husband wife are when they come to look forward to ch.ldless and lonely old age. Many a wife hea found herself incapa- ble of motherhood owing to some de- ringemeirt of the feminine system, often curable by the proper remedies. and The specimens of birds, animate, curiosities havo been collected for tbe last half century. M. P. P. GIVES SCHOLARSHIP Calgary, Oct; first scholar- ny UK proper ranMies. ship to be tor tlie University once childless ther. L Calgary comes as a Thanksgiving children because o the fact Lnnou The doIMr ,6 aaE.Pmkn.m'.VegeUbUCorn. L. In many are now that Lydia E, pound makes women norminl, healthy 1 IF yon ivHnt special irrltfi to E, I'inkli.un .llcdlrltie Co. (wKfl- liential) Your lotlcriTill (iptMioil. and by a trmimii 4iul hold iu strict, conJliUujcc- ley, Esq.. M. P. tin: Harold W. Riley scholarship, am] will consist hi an award of ?iiO for mogi proficient student of Ihe llrKt year in the department of THE Queen's Hotel ROYAL VIEW 5 miles north of All modern conveniences Private dining rooms Meals a la Carte Arrangements can be for private daucea Everything First Class Special Sunday Dinner from 5.30 to 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 PRAYING Or ALL KINDS. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Frelgnt fhstt ;