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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rri4lay, April 26, lOi:} THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEEALD Page 3 MORRIS THEATRE TONIGHT The Greatest Film Ever Shown in Lethbridge Our Empire Navy IN SEVEN REELS DON'T MISS IT PRICES: Children 10c, Adults 25c Performanceis 7:15 and 9 o'clock Monday EXTRA SPECIAL "The Sergeant's Secret" V/ON-DESFUL TWO PART FEATURE FIRST APPEARANCE HERE OF Parisi The RAGTIME HARPIST THAT BOY CARUSO Magine Monarch Theatre TO-NIGHT 1j-For Profosional Service. 2.-Baby's Dream a-Hypnotic Nell. 4.-Apartment No, 13 ' 5.-Foiling a Fortune Hunter 6.-What Father Did. ' 7.-The Girl in the Arm Chair. A bunch of comedies, each one a big laugh. 10c. Drama 15c. lAi Monarch Theatre Extra; Special Attraction Male Voice Ghoir 18 Splendidly Trained Male Voices Tuesday, April 29th. 8:20 p.m. 4--Animated Pictures-4 Children 25c Adiilts SSc mrnt FITTED WITH DOUBLE SIDES ANDADDmONAL WATlltTIGHT BDIKHEADS EXTENDING.FROM THE ' , BOnOM 10 tbe TOP OF THE .VESSEL . Will SaU from New, Vork MAY 3-MAY.24 and Rcnnlariy tltercaltcr TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc, Musical Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY . APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN NOT LATER THAN MAY i. Conservatory Residence For Young Lady Students YEAR BOOK, 170 PAGES Mailed on Application. CANADIAN PACIFIC Around the World 1 A three months holiday trip. Use any Transatlantic steamship line to connect with EMPRESS OF ASIA From! Liverpool, June 14'th : Ports of call-Madeira, Cape Town, Durban, Colombo, Singapore, Hong Kongi' Shanghai, Nagasaki, Kobe and yokohama. R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passgr, Agent. Calgary, Alberta. BOARD OF TRADE S MORE MONEY REQUEST LAID ON TABLE UNTIL COUNCIL HAS TIME TO ' CONSIDER When will the local Board ot Trade get all the money it wants out of the city council? Several weeks ago the Board sent a delegation to the council asking for $3200 to wipe out the deficit of 5 912, created 'because the council last year cut the grant asked for by the board by several thouBanU dollars. The request was granted. Last night J. B. Turney, John Horne and G. W. Green ot the local hoard waited on the council asking for a further ?1200 grant to meet .the obligations of that body to the Southern Alberta Associate Boards of Trade. They explained that the obligation hid already been undertaken, and unless It was met the Associate Boards would go cut ot existence. There was considerable discussion about the work ot the two bodies in their relation to the city and district, but no decision was arrived at, the request being left in abeyance until another meeting. CITY SOLICITOR SOON SETTLED IT MAY COLLECT SCHOOL TAXES ON SUPERASSESSMENT ACCORDING TO CHARTER Pen-Axngle Union Suits 0 Do Delight 0 Q Those Who Wear Them You will feel so comfortably clad in your first Pen-Angle Union Suit... the underwear that fits and does not lose its shape. ^ Nor has the wash-tub any terrors for this knit-to-fit and warranted-not-to-shrink underwear. 5 represents the best investment in intimate garments your money can find. ^For it retains to the end the (quality that makes it sell in the first place... and that is more than you can say of ordinary underwear that has been costing you the same price. ^You will be satisfied with PENMANS LIMITED. .PARIS.. CANADA SWEATERS HOSIERY UNDERWEAR CURES COUGHS &CCLbS WHITE STAR LINE, 333 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG' TO CURE A COLD (N ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE: BBOMO Quinine Tablets. DrugglBts refund money If It falls to cure. B. W. GROVE'S Bignaturo , on each box. 25o. >NAH)S0NI1NE SCOTCHMEN! IRISHMEN! ENGLISHMEN! Hurryl HurryJ Hurry! If you want your friends lo reach Canada la the early spring, book their passage here, NOW. , We can issue their tickets, furnish all Information and keets you posted as to when they -will v arrive. Still have CABIN and THIRD CLASS � accommodations op all steamers. Sailings weekly; large new steamers; low rates. Apply to S. B. Mitchell, Agent C. t>. R. H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent. 349 Main St., Wlnrilpeg, Phone M5312. House Snap A beautiful seven room fully modern � house on 50 feet, 9th Street South (just off ~ 6th Ave. South.) WeJI built, fire place, gas, etc.  Good terms. $6600.00 HOUSES TO RENT" The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. iPHbne 644 TFT Excelsior Male Voice Choir at the Monarch Theatre. An attraction of extraordinary in-teresit is scheduled to take place jit the Monarcli Theatre, on Taeaday night, April 29. The Excelsior Male Voice OholrDOcupy the hoards. �This local organization i havp met with' very marked success, whei-ever they, have appeai'ed, and it iij a foregone' conclusion 'that in this connection their cordial reception is assured, The choiiv under the able direction of Mr. Roberts, have prepared an. enti^rely new solecti'oii o'f high-ciassi numbers, which will be appreciated particularly by those who have heard the choir before. Four splendid animated 'pictures will also be presemted, which will go far towards making the evening thoroughly enjoyable. "The Sergeant's Secret" Here Monday The long-'looked-Ior. ' two-reel feature "The .Sergeant's Secret" . will be the attraction at.Starland on Monday and Tuesday next. This, production is bound to creat^ a sensation here, for it praoticaUy represents the very' last word in motion picture realism, and is surely one of the crowning triumphs of the superb' Kay Boe Com-i'j pany. The management of Staa'land emphasizes ithe fact that It !b' equally as good as any of the recent great features which have been, shown at this popular theatre, and although secured at considdrahle ..extfaj tixpeuse, will he shown here at the;usual prices of admlBslon. , ! Another' splendid novelty^ aib-Star-' land on Monday wlH 'he the first appearance locally of the world f^ous. duo, Parisi aiid iVIagiuo, the rng^-ti'me harpist and the Boy Caruso; These | classy entertaineirs have made themselves immensely popular in all of the principal Eastern cities, and have just completed a lengthy engagement in Winnipeg. ���  � Monarch Theatre Laugh, aud the world laughs with you; and come to the Monarch to do it. The management tonight are offering six good comedies to tickle the i'i'bs of patrons; each one different from the rest and all good. A beautiful drama, "The- Girl in the Arm Chair," will also be shown, Those wiifi desire to forget their troubles cannot do better than visit the Moa-aroh tonight.' The orchestra, which has won such universal praise,'will be^ in. attendance, and will render suitable miislc. i iiii For Women Who Work is the best tonic. It prevents, headaches and biliousness by stimulating the liver and digestive organs to natural action. Rosy Cheeks {allow ita dally ubc-because this pleasantly bubbllnc drink is mildly , laxativa In its action and cleort th? bipod oi impurities. T>lnaBMl�HoatTciltT.__ 3a Shall superassessment be taxed for school purposes? . That was the question that developed into a red hot discussion at the Monday meeting ot the council, being introduced by Aid. Hamilton, who held It to be unjust to tax on the superassessment for school taxes, as all taxpayers, whether in the super-assessment area or not, receive the Earae school accommodation. AM. Lovering strongly supported Aid. Hamilton's protest. City, Solicitor Ball, .however, was present'last night' aad easily put a quietus on the protest. He held that, according to the ordinance, the school board shall collect its taxes on the last revised assessment roll, ot the city. The last revised assessment includes, according to .the chartei-, the superassessment, (h'eretore the school taxes must be levied on the super-assessment. That settled the controversy. The �superassessment bylaw was given its third reading and passed. stands, or will be amended, for such officers. Hon. Mr. Doherty said that the commissioners, upon the authority of the Minister and by Order-in-Council, may appoint constables where they are required, but he thought he was cgri-ect in saying that there was no man of ithat name employed. He declared that it would be a straight abuse of the statutes if such a thing were authorized. Mr. Oliver asked if there was a detective service' in connection with the Dominion police service. Jlr. Doherty replied that the^re was no regular service of .ouch a kind. The bill was reported and received its third reading. WHEAT CENTRE JA Mias Jessie Patterson and Mrs. Ed ward Brown were callers at Mrs', Dal-ton's on Sunday. Elliff Ettllfson is busy, building his new house these days. . Louis Lachance is working on the Finley ranch this spring. Ralph Booth is hauling water for the Andeberg breaking outfit.. John Stanard of Sweet Valley was a caller at Mr. and Mrs. H. Booth's Sunday last. , Seeding in this vicinity Is about i done and the farmers have their fields in line' condition, and with the flight snow'which fell recently, the grain should. do well. Freddie Lachance is herding hogs fcr Ernest Stouth this. week. . Alonzo Greenman is busy on the Mike Olson ranch these dayS. . P^ter Johnson and Sons finished seeding their crop on section 20 this week. - , BADGE HE WORE IN PROVINCIAL ELECTION WAS A FAKE ONE Otttawa, April 24.-In the House yesterday, H'on. Mr. Doherty moved the sfecdnd reading of the act to amend the Dominion Police act, the design of which is to provide for the various commissioners reporting regularly to Ithe chief ot the Dominion Police at Ottawa, who is the Chief Commissioner, Hon, Prank Oliver said that in the provincial election in Saskatchewan last summer, one, Marshall Jackson, was arrested under provincial Auth-oriify charged with attempting to unduly affect the elections. This man at the time of his arrest carried a badge, bearing the words "Dominion Detective Service," and represented himself as an officer under the direction and control of the Dominion government. Mr. Oliver asked It there was' room under the act, as it now PROFESSOR RESIGNS JOB Vancouver, April. 25.-Professor A. E. Hetherington, principal of Columbian Meiihodist College, has resigned. Freckle-Face Sun and, Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots How to Remove Easily . ' Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face, to try a new remedy for freckles with the guarantee  ot a reliable dealer that It will not cost you a penny unless it, removes the freckles; while if it does give you a clear complexion the isxpense-is trifling. Simply, get an ounce of ot'hlne'-^ double strength from J. D. Hlgin-bothijim & Co., Ltd., and a few applications sliould show you how easy it is 'to Md yourself of the homely freckles and get a Beautiful complexion. Rarely Is niore than one ounce needed (or the worst case: Be sure to ask the druggist tor the double strength othlne as this is the prescription sold underyguarantee of money back it it. fails 'to remove freckles. Large Auction Sale -OF- SUPERIOR FURNITURE, ETC. -ON- APRIL 29th, 1913 At.612,6th St. S., from 10 to 12. commencinfl again at 2 o'clock. Instructed by the owner I will pell the following- B-ictension table , Oak Buffet Morris Reclining chair Wicker chair Sanitary couch Large Upholstered chair Lounge, 3 Roolters^ 8 Small rugs i 6 pieces of oilcloth Number of blinds 10 pair blankets , �25 sheets ' . 20 piUaw Blips 1.0,bath towels Cooking Utenflls and .TERMS CASH 3 large looking glasses G dressers and wash stands. XO iron beds, sprlngs.and mat- ressoB. Toilet sets � Pictures - 3 Centre tables "y- Cook range on stove � 0 large carpets Carpet aweep 1 Gramaphone "' , >. > i Quantity ot silverv,rare,, j:, 'i u'pt.|^'i 24 0388 ??/./:+/.???C ;