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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday, We are showing-a an'd com- plete line of Curtains and Curtain Mate In all the latest designs arid colorings Nottingham Lace Curtains from 75c per pair up Fancy Cable Decorative Netts, from a.pair up, in white, cream, ecru PROGRAMME Colored Madras French Scrim Sunray Gauze Bungalow Nets The variety of patterns are indeed extensive, so you will have no trouble in selecting a curtain to suit your individual -J If you are in-need of Curtains or Drapery Material we can save you money. Standard Sth Street South Opposite Eureka Ke vision, Nav> apci "Utilities Muiun i! -.ipt "I laigi affnits will uqtiiii tin imimdi lU at trillion o( tlu> llorileii ut p ocilv dpatli. (hi1 Conservatives an within a short time, to. gh ailr.ii! Ion in tho revision pt adiau UirilT, [which Hiirili anil tenders (or struct ion "of teir.vi'.sst'Ss for naturil! likely their favors. con- tin' t'aa- has lie- iaifiau project, which lit1 coiiileum.Mi, 'awl wliich lias been noiiM-cd liyJ tlie. Frciich-t'anailian Na- tionalists of Quebec. Till' lll'n I'rcmici also will have to Ideal with tenders (or an riRlil-milliou dollar harbor work and dry dock'at' St. John til form (of. the I N'ui iuiial Transcontinental Railway. ito a" irai'S, ivIm-IiMi- his 'CJonscryn- have ''denounced as ''an i improvident'.' undertaking. Projects; for j Hie Ihe Georgian B'ay Canal, till jdocpenin Wellaiid Canal atod'. of the St. Lawrence tho are I other legacies From the l.anrier gov- j eminent. Mr. Horden promised, if U'lcct-eii, to increase government own- ership oi such as rail- ways, telegraphs anil telephones, aid the: terminal ele- vatyrs iindei government supervision, tlii'iconstinrtiun of Hie I.luiisqn's ilay Railway, and in sec that a licet is put on the route' between Hudson's Ilay [jortis and Kurope to carry, tiur- i ins Ihe summer 'and fall, all the thi: west'.' WALTER STOCK' CO. MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY, SEPT. 25 -Coriamon is with thy be- Biiilemenl uf Samson, but the Delilah In', -his ease iloses her heart to him while shf wills th'? transient donlin- alter' the fashion Unit SHlvini presented In the play "Sam- son >nd Delilah." And' the end Is the tiiumph of justice and right. in Oiv? phiy. so singularly locnl In Its origin, so In its ih'eine, there are many good actors. Hesldes .Mr. Walters aiul II r. Jackson i-.i the veteran Luke ways n conscientious and n conipe-' lent actor. But the ehlinn of Iho piece in Its 'acting. Is the singularly ditn'eult work of Miss Sara Delmar. the Delilah who surrenders 'to her work singularly well She hits-not the robust phy- sique of the "Ideal temptress. But. she has the winning grace which has age carried the world cap- tive. She unawaken- ed soul, and she rises to compel- ling stature because of 'her contact, with reifgiouB fervor not yet reteas- ed 'from the world.' With such matter, and by such act- ors, .Mtv- Bean gives a big thought to the race. Underneath the banner religions allegory marches human nature, -admirably conceived, unus- ually comprehended. Thv play is morb than a spectacle, more than an allegory. It is a detail in that battle between right and wrong which has be'an in. progress since the foundation of the world. Ami It is creditable' to Utah t.hai one of has set it before the Salt Lake- Hernld Republican. WARNOCK Gets Ovei whelming Ma- ]0iity in Macleod Riding Tin. rUiunc rion Macieoii allow 11i.it is ilrcUll In an u 11 rmjonu intl lltcion liiis .Hlmiiici! his ilfifiit. AIIIOIIC; llu- polls heard irdin arc K-arron Kiilchor ELECTION Tho t'loclinii is lows: Xova Hcnliil Pi J 111 0 I Vi Hi i QllclHl Onhirio 4S 78 1m IS (iS Colemau........IIS Lnndbreck :iS Cowley.........30 Hlllcrest........ 31 Cayley.........89 Ald'2rsyde.......-S .Monarch..... (Jranum...... Koeky Coulee Prairie Valley Frank Macleod, No. 3 iJrewsters..... Claresholm Alberta Red Star Line Pliun Coulee High Hirer W. High River E. Gre-euleaf Okotoks S. Okotoks, W. Macleod S..... Jumbo, Valley Fail-view Carmangay Hardenville Coleraihe Howe Gladys JfcEwan J. JMne Conine Htannton ii'jauvais Praii ieville Mountain Mill lieauvais Creek Cook tnillngham Lnndbreck Xoble........ r'inlav...... 51 51 31 i ..107 i'O IS -12 7 mai. 70 .ion 15 411 M ..24 .'.'44 .ISraaj. 10 25 S a 171- 1 TO BE KLECTED 18 4 J j SI i 10 10 7 8 GOVT: OPP. OOVT. OPP ELKCTU El.ECT'D GAINS GAINS 10 L 8" J6 lb 25 70 J 4 J 4 IT ..NORDICA'S GOOD NATURE .Mine. Lillian Nordica is noted for her sweetness of. disposition, ft Is said that she has never been known to her temper. In fact, the diva gives aa her recipe for the pre- servation :of youth and bennty. "keep good narured." -Her own adherence to 'that motto was strikingly shown at an afternoon concert which she gave in Washington, D. C., a few months ago. There was a small siz- ed riot at owing to there having been more standing room sold ban the law would allow, and when -Mine, ivbrdica arrived; an ;excited group of.women surrounded her ns stepped from her carriage and volubly entreated her to see that they got "their rights." The diva vas Ivelpless for a moment, then a the outcome oi the elections brilliant thought struck her, and she Premier J.'D. of New i smilingly Invited them all in at the itk The icMilts oii'.'as8 entrance ands there disposed In that Oanidv ,s wings they snjoyed the-concert; n, and there'is-now a. small of t for r'lt.c tooil n i lint for onfti lends south of any Lillian Nor- dica may advocate. Ic is safe to say PREMIER HAZEN ON THE RESULT Says Canada is Not For mi, toil.i tne fnts Yellow .rnahsm Xcl Opposition "'iiins, o-ovcninicnl, -iJ-; clocfions SO .inajority Hit. lute unilii itseiiittl the ef- forts.of ami tlie ansount of inAHfTV' provided liy thi1. icaii tiuUs Tiul put d f( i the nurpost ni the fee pcoj'r oi lit Dominion into tluir iljt-giince to the British (law. Canada .hiis dpcided for all I limp to ciuiic tp continue an import t nil pai t oi lie Untish I mpire and j that if'.suffrage' ever "gets and "Umc. as said to, a senatorial toga for her husband; George Young, that --r-'e cat. count on 1ms in LEADER BORDEN MADE STATEMENT Self-Development by Can- Relations May Continue Has Large Majority Whole of Kootenay Riding mn.M; emplialic terms the sentiment ot the loyal- 5 niaj. 7 niaj. 2! niaj. 15. 35 7S: 4 .n IB 23 Pariilo. Sept. last sent Troin hsre last night on raturns in the Fernie .dis- trict should have vend as Hied copy shows, King received a total of 7S-I votes, Goodevig GOl. ..Majority for King I-N. ThiM applies to the Fernie district alone! Mr. Oood-ave'-j tnajor; ity iti the whole riding '.of Kootetiay is over FINDING OUT THE DAMAGE TO WHITE STAR .LINER Halifax. .Sept. L. don, leader of tin; CoiiKprvaiivcH, dic- taLud llii1 following slalenicnt to tlie We.sicrn Assocrnted Press upon lunrii- __ ing of tlie Consorvative victory to- is no toiiighb.'fuu more than the- hriefcst In .rpjpnt'ini; ,t Can.uia li.is oxprefjHfMl.. hc'r: fuith in the ilevelo'iJincnt, 0' tran'adii which she has purged for many -yt'arSv The; without a mandate from the j.copie, that poliev'and.upon1 v.ihmitlinp; tlieir ac- tioii i.o-thii people wore defeated. conception that friendly Sept. ai.-i.oujr. l.etoenr- relations .can he maintaini'd if each un p-iyro will have country preserves complete an'd en- j ]n tiie police court tomor- tirf.'corilroi over its own tartn anil j row in an-jwor to -Uvo tw.nmona'Is- criters.intu.no enlanglinp; i sued jigalnst them rhargins them 'which illicit impair anil alTcct'that with having, bribed Rone bodnc to control.. Hohprt Laird Hurden DESERTER.FROM MOUNTED POLICE TAKEN IN SEATTLE Sepr. hns been reccivfij] that E; II. Crfc-alman, a de- i i tiom tho ROVT! h '.Mounted Police, has be-on arrested in j foIloAving the desertion, of his j wife there. The woman. Rose Cre-slman. secur- ed a divorce for desertion, and'was "so piqued at her husband -tlm'i: slve informed tho authorities that he was want-ad in Canada for being a desert- er from the mounted' police. man was arrested, but- the advices ifecefret! do not. say whetlrer ife balng held in Seattle or not. KUBELIK Knbelik, ;lhg.'VorId 'famous violin- ist, who will appear 'before a Leth- bridge audtenee on. .November 2-1. In '1900 Kii'belik vissited America, and his debut at Carnegie flail, York, and from the first his success almost outrivalled that gain- ed on the contin-ent and in England. Hy has played, since then, at the shrine of his inimical genius, t're- since the Emperor Franz MAJESTIC THEATRE W, SHERMAN, Minagtr. PHUNE u Walters Stock Company F1VI5 NIGHTS commencing 25 Opening pity CORIANTON Stiged by LUKE C08GRAVE Plice, South Amerlci. 75 B.C. tHE KING OF PLAYS AN AZTEC ROMANCE, by ORESTES U. BEAN. .''.'Co'i'Itintou In no pronolyUnc iphoino; U IB a Chrtallan play, teaching a'.'.leuiiii in Christianity which the whole world might do well to City Star. witnessing Coriimton one In almoat. led to eiclnlm did Shefoa nt Solomon's magnificence: The balMiuu not been told uie.'" Bee. Complete change nightly 25c 3Sc SOc 75c Where Everybody ISTARLANDJ Ewarybody VVE- HAVE -SECURED TREMENDOUS WEEK-END PROGRAM BIG SPECIAL FEATURE THE BOY'S BEST FBIENI) A drama replete -with love and mcrllke, .THBEE'OFTHEM one will mike you laugh for.a THE MISSION NtW SONG HIT JN WltUI8. THE DESERT R. B. Cowboy Indian'' Frontier Celebration 'WHIte Slave Traffic- BIG FEATURES P r AT THE H EUREKA U WHERE SEA AND SHORE DOTH MEET. A great HUES IN CLOUDED SKIES THE MISER'S HOARD and .WORK MAPE EASY OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, and. .THE, VIXEN THE Prices SH.OW lOc and INTERVIEWED Personally Regrets Revei- Would Startle Canada i St. Jolm, New bsef of Austria pr-asented his young Brunswick turned over to the Conscr- with an incomparable Strad- ivarus. It was at the close of his first Am- erican tour that Kubelik was married MUST FACE CHARGE OF BRIBING CANDIDATE .Southampton, Sept. divers I who were in nuking an ex- atnitiKticn ni the White Star liner Olympic which was rammed by the; JJritish Cruiser llau'K, report extens- ive injuries below thi-, water line. .They found thar the hole below the LOCAL BUDGET. jliave him a-lllidmw from Hie contest in Quebec east. This was Ihv! decision reacliofi hy Mr. Justice I.ailk'ilier loday, who dis- missed the objection by Mr. I.etour- Jneau's advocate yesterday. Thi-ve n-ill. ho a lecture, on Ilic 'Christian .Science" toiiiglll in Ihe Y.M C.A niidlioriiim- liy I'rof. ller- maii H. lierinc, a L meniher of Ihe line is much Ijigjer than'Unit Moan! ot Lectureship nf the Mother above. This was due to tlie sliniw ot .I'lmrcl.. Kiisl Cl'.urcli cil Christ Sci- 1he r'am.'whicli was especial-1 entiii, lloston, Muss. Kvnry one designed lo sink ships, The dam- Iconlj.ill; invited lo be. iiresent. I.ec Bga doiio to the cruiser's hull also i tiiro tommetices found to be-'very serious below I luuiieeto. v..- is 'esHniated liee. w to commcnt llpoll relllrn9 liaslj 111 practically complete, Champ Wor.'t Talk Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., Sept. Hark. Speaker of the Ilonan of Eepre- ontatlves, refused to commit him- on early returns from the Canad- ejection's The lost re- S..3I1. juirns'sceii hy him did not make cor West dl Hie Mmitilccl I'o-'iain tho defeat is of "reciprocity. Tie oi OKI cntiser's Vjll be replaced, Itavc that he. had been in polities This year to date 11R.OOO Britishers have emigrated to Canada. Rev. Father laniard Vanghan will sail for Canada from Eugianrt on Saturdnv vativus today, three seats occupied in the. last parliament by Liberals, Ihe Liberals captured the city of St. John and elected lion.'Win. Pugslcy, to the beautiful Countess [Julilic Works, who is one a s.cion of onfl of oldest families of the lUniBariau ncbiliiy. In this ro- mantic way the peasant hoy became master the anctent Castle Byclior and its far spreading estate. The success attained iiy members of the present cabinet to he re-elected. Mis majority M votes. gain oi three Conservative was only Today's scats cuts the New Brunswick Lih- Knbellk has its attractive side. The Ural representation in parliament to gross receipts of his first fifty Am-1 eight members and gives the Conser- erlcan concerts amounted to I1B5.000. jvatives five. In the last parliament On Sunday night, Nov. 10 last ysar. Conservatives occupied only two Kllbelik gave a concert at the New whjle Liberals held 11. In York Hippodrome, on the occasion of his third tour of the United States. N'o than people paid for new regret that the country has decided a statement tonight Mr. Fngsley said, "I have the greatest personal admission. This egtablfelrad record for receipts, the concert says: "The demonstration Tlie of was, without any doubt, the greatest evidence of Ladies of CnWnre and Kcfiiiciiieiit Use Salvia T, any noufii., me Hail1 TOIIIC. ot g.jniua and Ihc-lfair Beautiful. That Dandruff is caused by germs is accepted by every sensible'person. At last i'. remedy has been discov- ered that will positively destroy this pest. Ms the root of hair Dandruff evils. SALVIA will kill the dandruff germs and remove Dandruff in len days or money hack. The Alberta Drug Co. guarantees It. It will grow hair, stop itching scalp, falliiiK hair, make the hair lUck and abundant. It prevents hair from turning gray, and adds life, and lus- tre. SAbVIA is a hnlr dressing that has become the favorite with women of taste and culture, who know the so- clnl value of beautiful hair. A large generous bottle costs only SOc, at. leading druslflx's everywhere, mid In I.ethbrldKC by The Alberta Co. The word "SAWA" (Lmtln.tor 4p AU everyi bottle. either instrumental or vocal. When Kllbelik 'was finally allowed to teave stage, a crowd, composed seem- ingly of every one In the house, awaited his d-epartura from the stage door. Here again be was greeted with tho applause of the multitude, and th'3 aid of the police was neces- sary lo clear .the way. 'He flnslly reached his carriage, somem-hat tired, hut very hnppy. UNDERWOOD DISAPPOINTED Dlrmlngham, A1U.. Sept. SI. Con- ..ressman O. W. Underwood, chair- man of the Ho.use Ways and Means Committee, when Informed of tlie of the Canadian elections, said: "I am gfeatly surprised and disap- pointed lo learn of the defeat of the reciprocity pact in Cunada. I be- lieve reciprocity would have resulted In good to both conntrlea." against reciprocity with the .Staks on natural products. United It is irc- impossible to overestimate the nlendous inductices which were to beat the government. 1 am. satis- lied that ii the extent and nature of these influences should all he disclos- ed it would startle, the people ol Canada. Under all circumstances, and particularly in view of the, anti- Imperialistic and anti-Canadian pol- icy of the Nationalists ol Quebec, I regard the defeat of Laurier as a national calamity." IRISH RAILWAY EMPLOYEES CALLED GENERAL STRIKE Dublin, Sept. Amalgamat- ed Society of Hallway Servants to- night called a general strike on tire Irish railways. The companies began today to lock wit large bodies of men employed in and other works and sent, out an order to the strikers