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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta >luesaa.v>Aprir 1,1013 THE LETKBBIDGE DAIXY HERALT> Last pay The Resurrection "jrSE BARRIER" Two-Reel '"Broncho" Thriller '*BRA,SS'BrTTON.>S''- r Comerfy , LpTitsfUELLioTTE , � , , SlrroinB......... "ROW-ROW-ROW CQMINa NE?iT MONDAY Miss Jessie B^U Lii/eautlful � Singer: of Beautiful ,. \  '. Sonfls ' ^ cm HALL MonarcK Theatre - TONIGHT THE HATER OF WOMEN An Uproarious Comedy An�|.THREE OTHER FEATURE SUBJECTS MISS EDITH JONES IN '(By the Lloht of the Jungle Moon." Thursday, ApHI 3rtl, Grand Diamond Rln'0 Drawing Morris Theatre To-morrow Night Her Masterpiece Big: Two-Reel F�at-(ir� insect Hunting IntereBUng Educational Feature Boomerang Thanhouser Drama Pathe's Weekly All the Interesting Events :. � of the day PRICES ..10c&15c Unrabu'ked S..*,'Su-!." aheie'jcclalmetl vvhen he klss-i her, ','you forgat yfluraelf.': .';Po8�libly/,V replied, calmly,' ''but I-can think of myself any old tim�i ituit no^v*;yoU are ocouiylne my ia-KUvidual- >> att�nUon."r-Bo�ton.. Ti�M- Some Prognpstlgating by the Prognosticators - After Square Site ' The a.vcrage': girl treats a now acv .|n.ualntapcei fa'?- betterthan she does '|p.n oW Irlend-sq ^ the old irien'da .think:... a "I'll tell yo� right now, gentlemen, It is my candid opinion that the time is to come, probably in the' near future, when 13th street will be the main business thoroughfare ol! Lethbridge." The city council was in a prognosti-, eating mood last night,' and Mayor HardieprogDOstlcarted'the above. The members were all sitting round the Tjoard when thp.mayor sprang his opinion about, the necessity of a city hall befitting the; slae 'of the' .olty of Lethbridge and the dignity .of the city fathers. It 1^ a subject dear to his mind, and he expressed the opinion (hat the middle of Gait Gardens would be the right place for the proposed structure, He also added.the Information  that the property is now the property ot the C. P. R.. "It was the Intention of the original owners that when they got rich, from the A. R. ,& 1. company, 'they ."Would ereqt a magnifloent library In^the re-senrvd portion of the sciuare/';he said. "But when they a}l got.rich they forgot, and now khe C. P. R. owns it" -It did not take longr for opposition to the achema"" to develop; and as might- be expected, it came frort' Aid. WilliamBon ot North lleblLbri^ge. Aid. WiUlamaon is eyen more certain that 1.9th street is to jbe the -main street of the city In a f9W;short'ye"ai''8T'than Mayor Hnrdle, a^drhe'thought that; if the city -wore TeQUtred to pay, any large prioe for.the"park ift'fe.-the' citizens as a whole would not endorse the transaction. .However, if the CP. R. would donate it to the citj' for a city hall site he believed, they should accept it. The others were of the same opinion, a,nd on motion o:Traoyj- after:aalonfl' "' ;V^oonfBrenoei with the 'council; dur-^ 't i.*'l.n3,\the. aftftrnoon, ,was-:offered-^lh^.: -'position., .T^hat,.he will, accept'is. ; - .practical ly, assured,: ialthough^h?, rsseryos his 'd�'s''"',u,'"(ti| he can--retufn to SaglriaW an^ .take; fur-' ;-th�r counsel In the matter,?:ir'S^^^ The council last'night took'ita , second big step In its campaign :,'v:;.foh:nowi:ifldU�tPles.v::The flr�t;_W^;8;^wa8.feit that to:completer 'the propaganiiJi as experienced ih->fcdu'8trlal rcommlssionep would hatfe*' i^toibe,appointed. Last night's ac-;: (tlon'.was tlie ctulminatfor) of this \| ^'decision.!,* , , . , : � , ' i � .ii .The;;m'6tion;:to�:ofCep:Mr. /rracy^'^h'e � pOBltioD 'was moved'by Ald.^Aird'aifd aecdftded . by 'Aid. McNabb. ,it "^w^s iPH?'eed;';Ald. Loyering-Vptlhgere-' 480 " factori6r*:'SfflrflI8yfttg ]:2,36S hands, -with an average daily payroll of $27,348. Durlh^-;1912 there were 50 factories added.: to: the large list, adding 1177.employees: with a daily wage of $3101,-. or nearly' $100,000 a :month.-' .��.:",'::.;*- ��::^;ffi>: If Mr. Tracy, comes to l.ethbnd.go it .will be, aSTa,perma%nt c\tizen.-> He has a large family, and is prepared to do everything .in his power to make Isethbridge ?the hest-city in the west. He sees the poBsibilitie& here ior a' good commercial centre, and believes that with the' support of the citi'zens of Lethbridge, whom he has found ready to' put/their. shoulders to the wheel to make the city grow, :he can produce good-results. .He ;would say very little to tho Herald of his: achievements. However ha did say that wha,t he had-seen had;impre8sed liim, and he be'lieved; he jwould be E.uppoTled in his i campalgn by: a solid majority of the citizens. for;'two years as.Jndustylal Council Got Busy;Last Night "and-Filtration Plant Now -Assured' Just one more year, of "raw" , water, and then Lethljridge people may look for a crystal' bqver-; '-age'as'clear as from the pool of ' Slloam. The city council at last,^ after' three years of painful de'- ' : liberation, decided last'night that a Wlltratlori plant' must,, be bullf, ' r-that It'^hould^b* buiiv this summer, and that the rapjd-sand fll-i tratlon system* recompfiended ~ the bity englneoK In' his, ,r,eport, and'outlined In detail In the Her- : aid some time ago, should: be the (Style of plant. The cost will be in the neighborhood of $75,000. .Saskatoon has recently Installed' a iiew filtralibn, system which has re^ ieived high ,:pralBe from waterworks lengineers who have:examined It.'That to be installed in Lethbridge will be very slmiiari If will have a daily capacity .of ;i',000,000 gallons, which sliould;; be sufflcient, the: j enginee^^ thinks; asHlie 'dally consumption now is oniyifabout 1,350,000 gallons, in order-TO give .the.engine'er every.vaid-in prepalring plana" for the best, he will .be .Sent.to Saskatoon to: examine the plant there. In tho meantime a-star|;;'.'Win:.be :made on the: detailed: plans, and as soon a.S these are finished vthe council 'will 'decide ::whether': theTvork'shall be done by contract:;oi'i .b.v' the:-^city .engineering dej)artment using day labor. ^ However, ,there is' one; point: about the discussion 'last night worthy of Kotice' -Heretofore "whenever th^"city, wished toibtiild some public utility ihe plans weie drawn, th*e contract let, the work probably aibout half flnlah-edi>'before:anyonethqughtito'bother about^the moneys to .pay: thei.contract-or. Not EO this time.- T.he city got its corn - tramped on.'last'year-to :the tune :.of 'almost $100,000 '' because 1' it; did not'have the money in the jjank tor the atje.et railway'and the filtration plant and all' the rest before starting work; -,Therp:i:arB.istillinotes; to be taken up Avhen-the i'emalnder 01' the money to build these utilities is received. " T,his, yea'h whenever possible .thfe-'oily-willsraise. theinion'oy be^ fore the contract is undfer way, and when the.-contractor turns oyer his woik he, will 'be paid. Howe:y;er :the citizens will have purc water during tHe 19H ?,pr|ng floods "�I Hi La%s' College An Ideal School for" Girls anci, , ' ^ Young V/omen : j'^ RED DEER ' - � J . ' PRESIDENT: Rqv; N. D. -Keith; B.A.^ M.A. iXADY PRINCIPAL: \ J-lrs. J. Muldrew .Spring Term Copimences Tuej;. /,,,^,day, April 1,-,1913 \ , \ (r, f';;^Ef3isTg|?,j^py/r s# State large^"W.;emoJ�nV,;.' -"^.-i ^ Full- preparftftory and "Aoademle^^ courses" given, ^njpJw^Jn^-PubJlc^B ffiS . 'and*High-.Bchp.ol)^)Vprlt, �WH^foi^|;'SX^ Hpubehold Science and Commei- � 'JSpepial �iltt$io:,tfDn "given {o-Musl.cv At Startand ; � vy,,"E^atures � al-waya'^:: aeems-t^^^^^^^ slogan^* at .popular Starland," "!� 'one' .numberrD'gfr'amV8nd| also' that_ Miss LpuisJsVEH dlte -'c9&|| ;pl8{ed:Sthee.biil*'.wljth�;jierps nging'slofl "How, Row,Row,"'-it IB^-Utqe' to^.ii :w^ondered:':atethat;:StarJand4T�'aV^^ ftC'toJip ut4oBt'oapaj2ijty"lapt evei^^gpi [X'.4Whe;; same;.^.exoelle^t#pl'Ogram iiiw^'tf^^ ing shown'for tlio last times't.o'day,, .Rfe^Illt;doubtless^draw)!largc!iSo'i'0^dl tp every show. ' ' ijft i')r^?,if:4;:^;:�fe ;.;.>.;:: *|.^'; * "'ic^^ :'' '"' .� 'At the Morris ' i.-A'.icrowded house heartilyvtenjoyellSj the Juvenile Bostonians in their per-.tftrmance of ;"The, Rose of Blandear^f?: last'nlght. The tuneful Irish operetta s,nlted;;theBt clever; little aithtb, and !j;t;(ioy':iWero at; theljp.^beBt;-' Those who toe'ard.them-' had; an even' ig's enjoy-?ti^ni;>hard: :tQ^;e�uaK ";'J3i(y?ls'GanflBld, th^ cMver little c(?hi-ije^4g)i.:!,Won ; forjiiharseli hearty ap{ la'ule::�ln'! :her:' .'humorcius sofag hit |; fWy>r:AtkinSs";":and was ^lecaUeM "l :::tlmes.. :;; Chom iroirfin,r|^M]; ,^'ssoprano,;iand star onme:;rn '.fbrA^'Uri.� jhui'i' i: 'ipg/plme Wild irisi^'Rose" l,^,'OTji�Sttei*lng for tQuight \i 1 be fhM t iillg,^i>mitan; comedy/j9'i(]ccfBSi'"'','/;Th'ti;| j^er, o'f,''''the^ VRegJint'ot,i.'i. and'f'l whp.:desl];Wto aej^ ''�K'^Xf'SjWfil .rtlstBV^s'bbulrt . �v l9lt.'t'Iiei,^^^H for,'thl^i.la'"'{)fcS,ej' In"' jjpeurill ^^or;this season'|n(rland the 1:4-' -^-nticlam At hlglJ ff^tbe sea ' It^ oeeu Kqlly, of Glue grand ' masterUot the';i*IjroVjp'' Orapgemen . ''i^V^^f; einap 'riuii full J no I o Li-> 'ire,'place/,eic.,'on 52 \ HS'Tti fifth AvenuerA South . < iW,fir.taie';one oi ty,o irmii t) �� IS pai I ]ia niciiC ' HOUSES TO RENT ' The . - Mum 6654797244 ;