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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September THE HERALD Page T BIG WRESTLING at the Morris Theatre Wednesday, Sept. 11 M Tifior Bob Sianagoff Local Man, 198 IBs The Giant Turk, 220 ibs. Best two falls out of three to a finish Police--GazoUe Eules to goveni. Two good Prejhriinaries start at 9.30 sharp. Ladies cordially invited. Admission 75c and Tickets, now on salo at Elite Cigar Store. To-day and To-morrow A SWELL PROGRAM HUMOROUS- JOHN, BUNNY IN Captain Barnacle's Messmate FUNNY 7.7 7 WELL JUST SEE IT "The Bully of Bingo Gulch" Replete with the Breezy Western Spirit "The Banker's Daughter" A CLASSY MODERN SOCIETY DRAMA Miss Agnes Errol "With tils Last Rose of "Summer I'll Come Back to You." Coming Sept. "Their Lives for Gold" THE BIGGEST FEATURB OF THE YEAR Notice The Hebrew Congregation of Lethbridge will hold their New Year's ceremony and services commencing on tho evening of SEPTEMBER 11, 12 and 13th, MASONS HALL, POST OFFICE BLOCK Rev. M. SadowskI will con- duct the services. Everybody invited. MUSICAND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) SASKATCHEWAN FIELD SECRETARY Toronto, Sept. a meeting of the G-snem.1 Boar-rl oC Sunday Schools of the Methodist Church, the Rev. Frank Laugfcrd was appointed Hold secretary for Saskatchewan, and Rev. lUanaon Doyle field secretary for On- tario and Manitoba. 1 Entire Change at Starland Today's prograaimo at Starland will be an entire change of Tuill through- out, and the several now features ar-3 excellent. Foremost on Lhe program IB found another of those highly amns Ing fat anil funny John Bunny photo plays, entitled "Captain Baruaute's a snappy, humorous story wound round the matrimonial trou- bles of jovial Bunny. The story is ludicrous In the extreme, and is built for liiiigMih; purposes only. The dramatic end of the bill is wall cared for, Jn the two excellent "The Banker's a modern society drama, and "The Bully of Bingo another of those swell Ebsanny Westerns. With Miss Agnes Errol singing "I'll ccme back to ably assisted by the Starland orches- tra, the whole programme is rounded into a fine evening's enjoyment. An enormous feature to be shown on September 18 and in "Their Lives for admittedly the most sensational feature ever produced. CABINET MINISTERS TO VISIT WETASKIWIN We ta sir! win, Sept. B. Camph-cil returned from a business trip to Ottawa, a few days ago. an-ri announces that Wetaskiwin is to re- ceive a visit from Hon. Robert Rogt-rs, minister of the interior, and Hon. W. T. White, minister oi1 finance, about the first of October, Tire KG gentle- men are taking a trip through the Wear to get in personal touch with the exact conditions. They will like- ly bo accompanied by Arthur Mcigh- an, M.P. for Portage LH PralrE-o. QUEBECPAPER PREDICTS SHUFFLE Says Pelletier Will be Side- tracked and be Re- placed by Landry Quebec, Sept. I.l'jrp Parole, of Quebec, tlie n-pilti'tl orcun of Sou. etijr Choiiuetic. 1'idulgcs in sonio prog- nostications as to the probahlo politi- cal slmSles likely to effect this dist- rict in future. Arguing that the lloa. L. I'. 1'olletler v.-Ill lose his head short- ly after his return at the instigation of Armnnil Lavergne, Senator Lauciry and Messrs. SeviRliy and Lespenmce, it goes to say that the most likely move in the case would be tlie re- signation or Senator Laadry to re- place Mr. J'olloticr and the filling of the post at Speaker of the Senate by Senator Kirchoffer. Senator Landry, i'_ says, would bo the most likely man to succeed Mr. Pellottar for the reason that he would not need to be elected and this would give a French-Canadian minister with portfolio in the Senate-. The next supposition is that Speak- er Spronlc woufd be named Senator in the place of ex-Seuator Sullivan, and Dr. Pauuet, M.P., for b'. Mel, would take his place in the House. This, however, is not likely to he ac- ceptable to luessrs. Sevigny and pera-nce, who are both said to be ont after II r. Pelletier's job and would naturally therefore be opposed to Sen- ator Landry. On the other hand, La Libre Parole is of the opinion that Mr. Larergne is working hard ill the columns the Nationaliste to help Mr. Landry, and Mr. Pelletier, for his part, is said to have a faithful ally in Mr. Berniert of Levis, who, it says wants the Post- master General to use his influence to get the Quebec dry dock situated at Levin and is getting up a bamiuet for Mr. Pelletier as soon as he The 'other Nationalists and Con- servatives of Quebec are said to be furious over the question of this ban- quet as they will iind it difficult to keep from subscribing to it and Mr. Pellotier will then make use of'their names to tell Mr. Borden that all.the members of the district are with' him. According to La Libre Parole, Mr. Lavergne says that if Senator Landry were minister hs himself would be Solicitor General, and would have a good chance of carrying Quebec Coun- ty, which Mr. Pelletier would abandon in order to succeed Judge Cyrlas Pel- letior. who is said to be merely keep- ing his seat warm for him, as be has been entitled to be pensioned off with full salary since June test. CRUISER ON OCEAN LINERS FEATURES OF NEW VESSELS BE- ING BUILT BY CANADIAN STEAMBOAT COMPANIES London, Sept. view of the steady rise in shipping shares and fresh projects for linking up the Em- pire 'by means of subsidized merchant- men, convertible into cruisers in time of war, it is interesting to note that two shipping companies, the Allan Iviiw and the Canadian Pacific Rail- way are introducing changes in the hull There will be placed in commission next year, wires a Liver- pool corressnoiident, four AUantic and Pacific liners possessing wholly feat.urea in construction. The vessels have 'what la known as the cruiser" stern whUIi has hitherto been pecul- iar to warships. One of th-ese vessels, of the Camulian Pacific steamship line. l-Zmnreas of Russia, has al- ready hciMi launched; the other three will bo ready for service in May. The Canadian Railway art; also credited wiiii a scheme for construct- ing lluci of liners capablo of doing 1M knots and covering tho distance from Liverpool to Halifax in less than four a half days. It la un- derstood iii LuxTpriol thai the, etinip- immt of liners was one of the subjects dismsscd by Premier P.or- and Canadian ministers at London. WAKNEK Wiirnor, Sept. Hrdman left uinlay for her homo in Min-neapoiis. K. C'. of the Citizen's Lumber rojjfjrtwl the sulo of worth lumber on .Monday. Fred CiimllocU wont, down into Mon- tana on Monday and secured a home- Mrs. M. K. Margin went to UMli- bridge- 02 or. Tlir- fchoal hoi'.rd it- liiwil- inj.7 though will Lake earn of thorn ll. We arc cciitinnully hearing from j grateful jicoplc have had cures of Mks Alice IS. Cooper, t of Xia'gurft Halls, (int., who writes I "I wifli to my gratitude to you for tlit- benefit ret-eivcd from your most v.-oiuU-rfii! Dyspepsia Having taken nthcr medicines without having received the slightest relief, I hfiarcl of vour Nn-Dru-Co Dyspepsia j TnhlcU niiJ iliouj'ht I would give tin-in a trial. 1 have been completely cured j of dyspepsia. I will only loo pleased londviscanyonelrmil-Iedwilhdyopcpsia j to give them a.f.iir Na-DriuCo Tablets not only j fjive the ininirViialu from heart- burn, ilal'.ilmoc, ;i'jii'ily of the stomach but if taken for fi few days or weeks thr y co'mpk-Uiy cine liie most rw.c> of .stotnnch irotible, for joe. you can a box from ycnir why of Mrw. John II. MtU-an, wife of UK? WaEltiimuin anil publisher, wlm lias IK-CJI critically ill with pticuitiniiA. To Shippers of Grain commission merchants members FINE PRIZE FOR THE BKrCQNGRESS TUDHOPE-ANDERS'ON CO. SECURE BIG DISC NOT DECIDED YET Through the efforts of Mr. Allison, local manager of the-Tudbope Ander- son Co., the Emerson Brantiiiiglram Co., large implement manufacturer si of Rockford, III-, have donated an en- gine disc harrow, in and out throw, for double discing. The Tudlmpc An- herson Co- are the agents for the Emerson Brantingliam Co., in Can- ada, ami believing .that the Dry- Farming Congress exposition worthy of possible support willingly made the donation when their local agent told them about the plans for the congress. The double disc will be one of the best, priz-es up lor competition. U. is, not Iviiown yet which class it will be given for, but this will be decided on Monday after the manager 1ms fciTi'd with Chairman McNicol of the exposition committee. It'is estimated lliat the donation of this implement brings the total worth of the ma- chinery offered as premium pruiss inr the exposition up over the mark. GIRLS RAN AWAY ONE MEETS DEATH ESCAPED FROM THE, DETENTION RAIL ON ELECTRIC LINE KILLS Aurora, Ills., Sept young sirls who escaped last night from the. Geneva state home for girls, and af- ter tramping through the fields for liouis at midnight, struck Ba- tavia branch of the Aurora, Elgin autl Chicago Third Rail "laterurbah ami mounting the rails set out "to find a tpwii." To keep their balance they walked with linked ha-nds; one of the girls on the third or power -rail Tad joining the tracks. The girls had gone but a few pacea when they were hurled from the rails by several thous- and volts shock. The girl who WHS walking on the third rail was'instant- ly killed. The other two were render- mi unconscious but were not seriously I.Injured.. When_ they Caroused 1'rom DLu'n'br and saw their companion lying dead across the rail, they ran wildly for a farm house several hun- dred feet away. While, they wore gone for aid a car speeding at -15 miles an hour, bore down upon the. girl who still lay ou (.lie rails and cut her to pieces. .Montreal has a smallpox scare and. thirteen cases are reported. Trusses Like These Are A Crime Get Rid of Elnstic Bands, Springs and leg-straps. Such harness has forced Thousands to un- dergo Dangerous Opera- tions Trusses like those the belt find leg-sirup, elastic and spring contraptionH sold by drug- sioreii, surgical sunply houses and many self-styled "Hernia Siicclfil- life miserable for every body who wears them. when drawn so tight you can scarcely stand to keep them do no good what- ever. Instead ihoy oCton do immense. squeeze Urn runtnrc, often cnusfiig in- to the pelvic bone in against Iho sensitive spliml column at the hack. Tho Plain Truth is This explained in our free he relieved or i-un't oven he- kept from constantly held in place. Just as a broken hono can't "iuiii" unless the mirts arc held securely together. a-.i a ItandaKO or splint is way a broken bone'ivn right kind of is the only thing in tin? world that a rupture from coming What .T difference it will make when you get that kind or truss. And you can get exactly UKU Iclml of risking a cent of your money. It's the famous Cluthe Truss or Cluthe Automatic Massagcr. Far more than a more thnn inoroly a device for holding tin? rupture in place. .So (HlTflccnt frdan; uvorylhlns- for rupuiro Hint ll IIIIH ivcelvutl IS simanittt i.alt-nts. Hoy it comforlublo H.H their dothlnK. bull, Htmi'i: bolt or upringp iiirioiiil yr.iii1 iirni no Ic-fr .straps I" pinch, cltnfo, or titiKl. Sclf-rctfUlallns. aclf-mlJtJsJlr.E. II iu licid In pn.Hitlon fhlft or only in We'll give you 60 days time to test it doesn't keep yoiir rup- ture from coming out, when you are working and at all other if it doesn't put an end to the trouble you've heretofore had .with your you don't get bet- ier the truss won't cost yon n cent. How It Strengthans and Heals hi addition to holding tlie rupture, the Clulhe Truss or Cluthe Automatic Mansiigor is constantly giving a sooth- Inn, strengthen I no massage to weak ruptured parta. All massas.e goes on all day Ions, nil without any ul- U-nllmi whatever from you. This fca tell strengthens just iis cxcrolse slreiiffthen-s a linn so rcnuirkixhly in cuacs out of every rupture Ixwlus to fiec from tho diiy'Ji Cluthe truss i.s put on. The World's Greatest Sook on Rupture Don't go on lotting- youi- rupture get speml it iiccount of yonr riipi'ii't-' until you our Jjook (if two i-tuitn for u stamp a penny for a bring TJii-s reiiwrkftblt! plMlormidiic tisover -10 yeiirs to UK Hint to finii 0111 till the u-e'vt: put In It. l! oxplufn.s ihu "URi-ations .-mil why tlifiv ahvayn cure, to stay oin-t-d. 'Volis thti pro- u-ciiuli of the pnbll-.- drugstores sluiitlil not in- allowed (o .-i.-ll trunsoa. why 1-filt. and tilii.i- the humbug And willunit Ihc Clulhn how it it Rives (ins It Is Wiiter- ftfoof how It ends a rxpcnac how vim it on UU irifil and invert iiiitni'H and of ox-nr people win. hiivt- trlfid U and want you to it now about. It. Writfi for U don't put It this hoolc may bf tho means of tidd- liit: tufiny ynurs Iu your lifti ann of rt'StoriiiK you .''trcnitth and use- I'uliicjJs. ,liril uw tilt; '-oupon, or wlniply Hay in fr loiter or iioKlnl. 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