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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KniOAY, APRIL, 1913 Robert Gurbould, Old-Timer in District Passes Away, a 'Flu Victim I- respected citizens of this com- jtuuoily, on account of the honourable and upright life he led genial disposition, and he will be ircally missed by Ills many friends. To make the occasion doubly sail was the tact, that at the time of Us death and funeral. ills wife .who wa; Mbi Prertor before marrlaje was, wltls tbtir mill four months old. critically 111 with the sarce not Informed of death until some days later. The entire cotnmunltv extend their sympathy to Mrs. GnrbouM in her bereavement. THE LETHERIRGE DAILY HERALD jiti JilMtDWTT. April Is with OOP retrot that wo report the death "f Hobsrt Gorbould o( this, place, occurred at his residence two miles north.and one mile cast ol Uur- dett. oi) Thursday.' April the 10th. The cause of death pneumonia wlitch followed an attack of tho flu. Robert GorboukT. was born In Eng- land In 1S7SI. be came to Canada some fifteen ynsrs and .for tho pan nine years has lived on Ills farm here. When uol engaged with work OK his farm, lie has been in the employ of the I'. W. .V, Ons Co., as a rig buildei-. 'I'he funeral -.vhich was largely at tended, took place April 13th, aud was under the auspices of the l.O.O.F. lodge, of which tbc deceased was a lueniber. The pall bearers were W. J. Oliver, las. Held. Philip James, Arth- ur Loinas and J. F There wai largo number of floral UJbutcs. proof.of high esteem In wbli-h.be was held. !lev. Herring con ducted the services. The deceased ivas one of the most CHECKING PLASUE IN BUENOS AIRES BUB.VOS AiRKS. April The president of 'the national bureau o'f LjKteuc said today that there were still some cases of this plague iu sec- tions along the river front, but the bureau -was rapidly, gaining control of the situation and in exterminating rats fn that 'quarter of the city. A new hiSutnia outbreak union; 'naval conscripts >ias occurred, the bureau admitted. Statement Made in House While Answering Questions About Railways chance. important that the rail- way board, be should, as far EB poislble. be given control over tho operation of railways, more parlicular- ly an are no railway boards lu the mwjoiity of the ISM FOR j OTTAWA. April J. 1> i Held, minister or railways, at tlie (opening of the home this afternoon. la reply to Mr. McKenzie, leader o[ ie some detailed In. WONDERFUL SHOW AT COLONIAL NOW CORSICAN DOCKS HT. JOHX, X. B., April 25.-The Corakan here today with 1.349 passengers, including 29 officers, four nursing atsLe'r.i and 41 of other ranks In tbu rallitary purly. were COS dependent B, Including J39 children, also SCO other LieuL-Col. A. Snov; of AMctoria, was in command of the troops. The Cor- Eiciin is (lie last ot the regular troop ships sailing' to this port. SATURDAY MQN. SPECIALS SPECIALS THAT WILL APPEAL TO THE THRIFTY HOUSE- COVERINGS, CURTAINS AND CURTAIN MA TERIALS AT GENEROUS SAVINGS. AXMINSTER RUGS heavy Axminster Kugs in (he hit and mis6 imt- terns. Woven from the short eacls of yarn used in the regular iveavirjy, cizea 9'by 9' '_ JUTE BRUSSELS MATS Tvvivo rnly of tills liafd wearing mat at ft r A price. :'-V JUTE AND TIBRE A Fp.inyliil rug Tor bedroom dr'sumoter use, easy to keep eloyu; mixed size ontv p Jio.UU NEW PROCESS LINO .Three rolls of this make of Linoleum at this special 07! price; per square yard jC i CHAIRS AND ROCKERS SEE FOR THESE GOODS AT LESS THAN EARLY. BAWDEN BROS. 3rd AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 LETHBRIDGE COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Character in Handwriting Cooil lianCwriling immediately convGys a'pleasing Impres- sion. .To write well'you must have a pen btlngs out Iho tharaeter ami individuality, of your wrillng. "WATERMAN" nibs arc made'tn a variely of'points Irom which can be selected the' OHO wlilcli I? exactly -ilgiit (or you. EMepltonal skill -and earn fbnlrlbiilo (o the inanufacture'of Ihe WATERMAN PEN; Hie sn'ioqlh flo-.v r-1 action slve free play lo Ihelliaud. FOR SALE BY The Twentieth Century Book Sure PHONE 613 514 FOURTH AVENUE AUCTION t TUESDAY Next, AT 633 5th ?TREET SOUTH The Entire FURNISHINGS OF THE ABOVE RMtBENCE WILL BE SOLO FRANK WADDWGTON (INSTRUCTED BY Mn.OeO.JtNNIPW FULL 'TdMOfiRdW- BY Ihe formation In regard 10 the Caaadian National Raijway. The Dominion soverpraeut, said Dr. Held, purchased common stock, being the biilancc outstanding in the Canadian .Northern Railway or flO.ODO.OOO, but did not thereby assume the outstand- ing liabilities which remained as debts of the companies. Tut present mile- age of the C. -N. II. wan 9.524 miles and all the mileage taken over was being operated. The value ot the rolling Btock was estimated nt SC7.- Mr. McKenzie: "Mow much money have we expended on equipment since ve took over the Dr. Heiil: "We have expended on equipment. This oiiuio- inent can bo used also 'cr. Ihe other government roads." Mr. asked liow much isoney the minister thought would bn necessary for operation and equip- ment during tlie current fiscal year. Dr. Reid: "The estimated 'deficit o! the Canadian after paying ill operating expanses and fixed chnr- for the current year is The estimated amount required for equipment lor the Canadian National Railways for the current year is OOO.COO. This covers requirements on [he entire government system of rail- ways including the-Canadian Govern- ment Hallway's lines. Dr. Held added that the revenue for the calendar year was P55. Operating expenses were and net earnings f3.562.303. Tlie total indebtedness of the Canad- ian National as of December 31, 191S, including funded debt, .equipments, securities and air liabilities outstand- ing amounted lo The present indebtedness per mile includ- ing ctiuipraenlr'Snbsidiary companies securities represented jltlJGG. Mr. McKenzIa: "What the gov- ernment lake over and what did they get for the responsibility and liabili- ties Dr. Held: "The government pur- chased the balance of Ihe common slock of the'Cnundimi Nalional Hail- way and thereby obtained control ot all. assets, .which of.that system rep- miles'. Charge Made ChieC .onton Detective Agency in Liquor Probe TOKONTO. April tlie Mn- vestfgalj'on Iho.charges maile by against the Ontario li- cense department, by Commissioner Sir William Wal- ter Byuncaiit president of Duncan's De- tective Aseucy, declared that Chfet Insiwclor- J. A. Ayearsr Lad shared lit monies, paid -by hla department lo DeUVtiyts Solomon shit Hinch llicy n-ere alleged to lie devoting Ilieir -ivhole-time. according to Mr. Dunran, to tho Duncan Detective Agency. Duncan claimefl llmt lie had engaged Hie two men that if he had had any idea, that they were still dniw- ing their from' the Ontario 'R'ould botli 'f X VETERANS rrurn i i GENERAL MEETING OF THE Q. VV. V. A. WILL BE HELD AT THE 6uUB ROOMS SUNDAY, April 27th AT, J One Proposal Opposed Because It Would bn Rights of Province April possibil- ity of serious infringement of provinc- ial rights was considered j-esiercUy by the special 'committee which IB dealing with the Consolidated Rail- way net. The difficulty arises out of the-ac- tion oL the senate in striking; out of the bill a clause containing the gener- al when a railway op- crating under a provincial charter is taken over a company will granted p, federal franchise and conies f mined- laUly under .the jurisdiction of tbe railway board. The matter dU- at a previous meeting with Capl. Tfiomaa Wflflacc niored tbal tht claiiEft be re-Inserted In the bill, Tb'e Quebec, Central RaiUvay, which his boen taken over' by the Canadian Pacific lla'llwny, but Tvhlch nndev a provincial "charter is affect- ed by the rc-inacrtloii of thfs clause in the bill. Hon. .R, letter, from Sir I.omer. (lonln, premier' artrt or tjuchec, In which tin prolestcd against Ihe propoaed Hallway act. He nrgued that it would lead lo (rouble and in lend to Uie piiblic from developing railways; lion. .V. H. Carvoll, expressed him- self as being In favor of the OTTAWA. April to- ward defraying the tost of subsist- ence of ftiuilles of soldiers under the provision a ut ttic nold'tr settlefeeut act, but who reqtitie a ppriofl of Iraih- iiig iu practical agriculture have be cm jiut into effect by order-ln-oouuL'il JuEt pasied. The allowances are of two cle.isea, namely, [or aoldierB who training at an agricultural training Mllftffe aud their deppinjenls; and for who arp receiving agri- cultural JuGiractlon while employed with the farmer. In of a iiian-iotJ man receiv- ing training at An agricultural centre he may recelrfr a roaiimum or ?CO a monthr which iiKiniies ?o5 for himself And his wife'and a maiimurn of for nil hia children. The hoard may pay to any-settler wi'.c is ins traction at an agrtciiliural tralulng centre allowances for a period not three months on'the following basis: K he is without dependents, ?1Q month If marriedP for settler and his wife, for one Jf; tor each addit- ional child ?5, provided" that the total amount lor all the children did nut exceed If he is a widower with children, J10 for himself; for one child 315; for two children. f25; for each additional ifl provided the total amount for all the children does not Allowances may lie paid to settlers employed on faror; as follows: 1C he has a wife .and .children a month for wife; J6 a month for one child; for each additional child provided Ihe total amount for the children shall not be more than If tie'is a widower with children, far one child; for more tuie-child for one, ami 35 for each other child. Maximum If he has neither wife nor children, but parents or brothers or sisiers wholly dependent upon him for sup- port. in full for all-such depen- dents. No allowance win be paid for iioya over 16, or girls over 17, unless such children are unable to provide far Ikeir, maintenance, wlievi the allow1 ance may be tontiiiued up to tho age of Xq. allowance shall be paid .fter toe marriage .of such dependent. In allowances men- tioned, ssttlersT'rec'eivlnp instruction al agricultural training centres may" be given free and tuition and settlers receiving practical training while employed on a farm shall bo permitted to- retain such remuneration as they may receive from the farmer. One of the. best of (he season is bslng shown at the popular Colonial theatre this week end. The feature (traction on the bill Is tiie sensational drama "The Cnrlug." In "The Cray Ut' is Berne of the most remark- able photoxrapby ever seen on the screeu. U it a story of a mans against his cravlugs for evil passinns. and his eventual redemption. The pholodranja abounds iu sccues never before equalled for juarreEous photo- graphy. An addition to tlie program for to- day Saturday will be the riotously fnnuy Mack Senneit comedy "Sheriff Nells Tujfile." This will be shown In addition to the other features on the bill which Include Charlie Chaplin in "Tho and Moran in "Damaged Good" another good comedy, ind ilm. latest episode ot "Tbo Lure of The Circus." All told, the bill IF. excellent all through, and makes a floe week-end offering. DAINTY LILA LEE IN FIRST FILM ROLE AT STARLAND acting before tho camera wt'li aston- ishing quickness. It is doubtful if a better vehicle than "The Cruise of tiie Make-ItoHeves" couM hare been ssl fitted for her first picture. Ii is doubtful if any imaginary char- acter and actress portraying it ever had more in common than pretty Mia Lee, the dimlQutive screen act- ress, and the character of Bcssls Mrs- gison, whk-h she assumes in her first Paramount picture, "The Cruise ot the and which iv il 1 be shown at Starland tonight and tomor- row. In this picture Bessie t-c sHown as a big-hearted little girl, highly imagin- ative aud sympathetic In real life that describes Lila Lee. She is sis- leen years old and she combines the charm of imaginative and sparkling youth with the acting ability of much older actresses. She has already had eiglit years' experience on the speaking stage ami she bas assimilated the technique of AT THE COLON FA I, Written by Ruth Helen Davit ('harloi Klein from Uic oriflnal by Francois Coppee. A. U. pro- duction, "The Gullly Man." one of the strongest, most vltallv gripping of recent photoplayi. Brown of.ilie Colonial Theatrt announces its arrival at his theatre on .Mcudiy of next week. The cast Includes Gloria i Hope as the daughter or VlriBn Reed, a Parlsiau woman greatlv by "Ihe guilty which part in turn is taksu by Wlllbn; Garwood. an attorney who lias to prosecute lilt own daiiglite-r for the murder of her stepfather. Kouie of Ihe cafe interiors have beeu copied from well hnotrn'rafes iu Ihe Latin Quarter ot Paris, white the outdoor scenes, depicting rural life in Sunny' France, are marvellously beautiful. Tlie photosrapby by Warren is splendid acd the effects throughout are good. "Tho nullty Man'' It released by the Paramount Pictures I'orporatlcm.- "OUR MBS. CHfSNEY" AT THE EMPRESS, PAGE FIVE "A Doirs House." and "Alico-Slt-byJ the Kire." The latter play sir M. Barrie wrote origioally for Terry. She then appeared in Silver by John "The Twelve Pound another Barrie success, am! "Our .Mrs. which is co-.r' her Metro offftriuj. COLONIAL 3 DAYS STARTING NEXT MONDAY Extra Sptci.il Attraction The Guilty Man (Fiuin Our Own Correspondent) UAVMOND. April court has been busy during the past week. George Bullock ol Wellius and Miss Barbara of "Winton, Iowa, were married last week. Mr. Andrew Paxiuan and Miss Sfrick'and of Vancouver ivere raftrried Saturday. Mr. Paxman is a war veteran. Gordon Brewerton and' Miss Lottie Corless, both of Raymond, hied away Ib'LeLhbridge and there fludinz con- flolatlon in the nnptinl koot. Their many friends wish them a happy journey through the double life they have chosen. Pres. H. S. Allen just rtlarned from Utah.-TrherQjie attended the semi- Annual coherence of. the Mormon churcli. Mrs. J. F. Anderson and daughter Flora, are visiting ju JUymontl. TOT tkla piclurt. It's a vvomlertul story. K-'s, traordhiary chain of circum- stances form. a. plot that, ,for sheer dramatic inlensijy, has few' equals.- The greatest Brpad- way success, of .its season be- comes picture senj, satioii of the year. IT'S A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL FEATURE PRICES: Adults 35c Children 10o Special Ladtei' Introductory Matfrwe Mondny Afternoon 25c i Coed EMPRESSf "At Popular TODAY TOMORROW TODAY TOMORROW ETHEL BARRYMORE Tiie Beautiful Aclresj of international fame, tn EPNA and QEOHOE V. HOIART'S Norel and Staje' Play Our Mrs. McChesney M'hb raaXes thu best barsiin-'-a man or -a woman? liarolil Edcl. manajing [itrector of New York's Famous Strand, noleil fop his nnerrlntr JucJumsnt In' plclifres, set other important .bookings aside (o play this [tore, lie aays: as good as the best specials, and better tfcan Ihe most." Don't the op. portunlly, to this unusi.s] .oHerlng. See it today or Plsylns for tiro days only, Lwt OMMC U Ethel Harrymore. the distinguished and brilliant star ot "Our .Mri. Me- CheRticy." is an aclrr.ss of In'ternat- ional fame, who has endeared herself to the public both here and abroad. She is a member of two of tne most famous American Ihealrlcal families, the Barrymores and Ihe father being Maurice liarrytnore aud her mother Georgie Drew-Barrymore. sisler of John Drew. She was born in Philadelphia, and after leaving school entered dramatic career which was one of raeteroio rise.' Her delrat on Ihe boards wa? made In Guy Carlon's "The Independent Y6UMK with John Drew -and Maud Adann. After that she appeared In "Rosemary" and "The Secret Ser- going to London with the latter company, where she made a tremen- dous hit, and.was also received with open arms into the most exclusive society of England. She beeamo a great" favorlle on- account of her re- markable talent and beauty. White-ill London Miss Barrymore be- came associated with Sir Henry Irvlog and played with Lim-iii "Peter the Great." Charles Frolimari Jben starr- ed her in Clyde Fitch's "Captain Jink.-, ot the Horse "Cousin TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT FEATURE STARLANO SIX-PIECE ORCHESTRA MatliMK Me and 15e; Evening Vkc Mif Mo- ciil Matlrwe CbHdrwl 5 Sergt At'lerton wIM appear at Z 'pjn. aharp Mch day and it wnh tile picture. COLONIAL TO-DAY And Saturday HUNDREDS SAW IT VESTERDAY THE ITS A SMASH INC SUCCESS GRAVING T Packed, jammed Tvlth that iimiari-Dtture tuuck nukes you fairly "LIVE" the spirit of tile story and lesson Jt smashes CPAVINO" !s not plcturs for prudgt, but a liic- tuie every right-thinking and womtn >hould have Iwo more chances to see ud 'lilts it. ALSO. "THE LURE OF THE CHARLIE .CHAPLIN f ,IN "THB MASQUERADER" LYONS-MORAN COMEDY "DAMAGED SENNETT TWO REEL COMEDY -SHERIFF NELL" USUAL PRICES 2Sc awl 1C COMEDY MATINEE FOR CHIUJREN- dC The Last LYCEUM ATTRACTION MONTAVILLE FLOWERS IN IN ONE OF HIS ADDRESSES ON WORLD KNOX CHURCH TUESDAY, April 29th AT Beforo the MonltTllle VH recotniml on aubXcts ot world interest. His preparation In col- lege hh studies for a quarter of a cenlury hare tweti In lory, uolitleii mill Ihe details .of Internntlonat His Vtture on tins reconslructlon of civlliiatlon the WM pfonoonced by very didlnfnlsbed piibllcists 19 the cor- of the whole case of (tie world fir tiwl IM Jbeen put Inlo single address. Hlj present 'ac'Uvitira are directed toward creating ftWr opinion lo develop and suntatn the war. In September, 1S1J. received tne nnanlmoiis election lo the presidency of tlie national Lyceum and, Aasocladon for third tta- nnil was commissioned to defelop lie powers of the asd CtauUuqua movements Wonlavllle Powers' addresses are like cutliedrals-Uiey plan, Impressive ttroclure, perfection in detirfl, Intrhwlf' value parpoee. One has salrt that they are not ttctmt' bot "Instltullons." Tbsy htre style, enut, and ness, inelf effect In Ike of fciVrei bott speaker and speech become dim in _____ j 75, On at Aflnttmnf 4 Maworth'a Wort tf Inm mn Committee ;