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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April. 29, 1913 ^HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Papre 3 TODAY-AND EVERY DAY PARISI MAGINE THE RAGTIME HARPIST THE BOY CARUSO . .THEY ARE THE TALK OF THE CITY AL80 TODAY: A RECORD SMASHING PHOTO-PLAY PROGRAM -INCLUDINCi- TWO REEtS- -�REJAT/K. B. FEATUHE- -TWO REELS THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Pob'cdes or other valuables in one of these boxes \ �OR rmxnBS iNFomtATON fiwvi to Lethbridge Branch - - C. K. Nourse, Mgr. ON M m. m IPPED Navigation on Lakes Now Running Smoothly - Ship Movements Fort William,,April 28,-Carryliiff a full cargo of paokage frelgibt and close to one hundred passengers, the flagship Aasinlbola of the C. P. R. fleet arrived in port this morning on her Initial trip Oif the season. The Assini-liola had an ideal trip, the captain reporting that the ice which stretdhed for forty miles beyond �\VhItefiBh Point, tTvas broken'up and easy to break through. �; The Booth line steamer, America, from Dulubn, also docked for the first time this season, landing many laborers Vifho will work on railway construe tlon during-the summer. The^ Northern Navigation steamer Harmonic on her initial trip docked at 10 o'clock. Arrivals-As8lnartures-Alberta, flour, Port McNlcol; America, freight, Duluth; Davison, Minch, light, Suiperlor. Close to two mllMon .bushels of Srain have been carried to eastern Dorts since the opening ofnavigation. All tSie elevators worked Sunday to relieve the congestion. All passenger lioats outbound are being loaded to the roof with flour, the CP. R. alone having six thousand tons Jn. the yards �waiting deliverry. , The Mutual, Transtt Gorapany of Buffalo on May.8th wdlMnaugurate a four-day ; service between Buffalo, Cleveland and. Fort William to work in conjunction with the 0. P. R. EHIS MILL CARMAN, MAN., MAN WANTS LOCAL PEOPLE TO SUBSCRIBE BUNCH OF STOCK Tabor, April 28,-A public mesting was held toniRht to discuss a proposition to erect a flour mill and elevator here which was submitted by H. Harkness, of Carman, Man. Hark-ness wishes to form a company oi $50,000 capital and he will remove his mill from Carman to Taber. He, himself will subscribe $20,000 it the people of the town;and district will subscribe the romainderv ten thousand 'dollars of the' capital, to be fortficoming at once. 'The capacity of tlie mill will be'200 battels per day. The Canada West- Coal company, have guaranteed power at $25 per horse ;)owei' per year. A committee was formed to canvass for shareholders in the town and amongst the farmers. Charge Made in House of Commons-Grain Act Was Under Discussion GER COLLIDED WITH A FREIGHT TWO MEMBERS, OF TRAIN CREW KILLED-ONE PROBABLY FATALLY INJURED Shiloh- "The. F�mto p^lend for 40 �e�n." -A novel bning reUtrfor Croup and Whoaplnj; Couirli, Baldwin, Wis,,. April ^S.-rTwo were killed, one perhaps mortally hurt and a dozen ormoro slightly in3ur6d,,3un-day evening when No.--2 passenger train on the Omaha Toad .collided head on with an extra frelglit. The dead: B. R. Shute, Altoon:, Wis., passen^ ger enginenr. yN.J. Benson.- 63S Sixth-; avenue northeast, Mlnneapdlis, a \ imssenger baggageman. :,. -' Seriously liurt: Ij. Pa^e, Eau Claire, V/is., passenger fireman.  The other injured were passengers and two mail clerks. Their names could n*ot be learned. So tar as known none of the freight crew was hurt. TRY IT! SAYS SAGE TEA DARKENS AND BEAUTIFIES FADED, GRAY HAIR MIXED WITH SULPHUR .MAKB8 HAIR SOFT AND LUXURIANT AND REMOVES "DANDRUFF The old-time mixture of Sage Tea ftnd; Sulphur for darkening � gray, itreakedand faded hair is i coming in 1 rogue again,; ai^ya a well-known down-, town druggist. , It was our grandmothers' treatment and hundreds of women; and�ni,on -too, are again using ,|t to keop iiheJr hair a sopd,i even color which 19 nijIte'8onB,l,blq ai.we are liv^r Ing in an age *hsn a jputh'ful appfiar-tnce is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays, tl^ough, we 'don't- have the troublesome task of gathering the lage and the mussy ^mixing ho^c, AU' "dr\ig.slorf.a; (fell'-the", ready-to-use l^hui' Hair Remedy" for about 60 cents a '.bottle. It Is the mos(, popular 'se-, cause nobody can discovei' it .'iis been applied. Simply dampen a soft brush or, sponge with 'JWyeth's Sage' and Sulphur'^ and draw this throiJgh your hair, taking one. small strand at a time Do tililE! tonight^ and by .morning; the gray hair,-disappears "and after am other application it is. restored to its natural color. What delights the ladies wit>) Wyeth's Sage and SiUlphur is tl^ot besides .beautifully ddrken!,ng.j,th^ hair Vakt say 'if, produces;. that boft lustre and appearance of abundance w^loK'.is,-,8o attractive; besides prevents dandruff, itchlpg scalp iind falling, r hair. , Here, -you -gray-haireij Ottiawa, April 36'.-Rapid progress was made today -in the commons with minor government measures after which the house went to coni mittee of supply on customs estimates. During tlie aiternoou Hon. W. T. White's bill, providing for an increase in the annual allowance lor the maintenance of the Canaldian branch of the Royal Mint was intro-(liiced a.nd given a first reading after the resolution on which it was based had been adopted, Hon. Geo. E. Perley's gold and silver marks bill was put through the committee stage and stands tor third reading. The resolution on whicli was based the bill amending the grain act was then disposed of. J. D. Hazen's bill providing for the: installatifln of wireless telegraphy on certain passenger steamers was-then-advanced through committee and the hoijse took up supply. The chief discussion which occupied during the .consideration of Hon, J. D. Reid's estimates was in rslating to the question of the cost of collecting the custom's revenue. Mr. Fred Pardee, chief Liberal whip, maintained that the custom's .stifi throughout the country is seriously over-manned for political purposDs. It was a scandal, he declared, that revenue taken from - the . people in taxes should -be spent' in giving av^ards to party heelers. At Niagara Falls, 13 additional men had been appointed, although there was but'a slight increase in the custom's rev-: enuc. He said that there was an increase of cost of collection cf $600,000, - which was out of proportion to the increase in revenue. Mr, Hugh G.uthrie, Mr. Sinclair and other opposition members, declared that the conditions complained of by Mr. Pardee were common to all .parts of the country. The latter said that in Nova Scotia a Liberal appoihtee drew $75 per annum, and was replaced by a Conservative who gets $400. The ministers declared- that there was no truth in the assertions made by the opposition members. There bad been a large/increase m the reV-j enuc which necessitated the.appoint-I ment of many additional offlcials. In I'no case was a, man appointed to ^the service unless the Inspector for the I district thought it necessary and, ' desirable. '' The estimates for custom's salar-, ies, etc, aggregate $3,125,000. Hon, G. H. Perley introduced a resolution providing for an amendment to the Canadian Grain Act, which stipulates' that whsre applica-i tion is made to the grain board for' i special inspection the foes are to le paid by the applicant. Mr. Perley said the bill was to give the board substantial authority to send an in-, speotor into a mill when an inspect, tion was required. The bill was prepared by Mr, Foster and wasj introduced first in the senate. Mr. Ctan-ey asked whether this bill had- anything to do with the establishment of-interior terminals. , Mr. Perley said, in reply to another question, that he expected to get a supplementary report from the grain commission on the questiori cf terminal elevators. This � (juEstion could be discussed when the- estimates were brought down. He would arrange to have Dr. MoGill, chajrr, man of the commission,'here at that time. �; ..,� ', � . , Hon. Frank Oliver wanted to know for, certain whetlicr .this had anything to' do with terminal elevatars. If the bill was only intende^i for thfe inspection of the present � mill?, he quite agreed, kut if rfc was intended to -apply to new terminal elevatars, then ,he disagreed. The new-grain business should not: be burdened with special fees. - . - i Mr. Borden assured Mr. Oliver that the - question of the new terminal elevators were fully covered by tTie present act,'and this amendment had nothing whatever to do with them. Mr. McCraney brought before the minister a complaint he hadreceivfed from the ferain growers of Aberdeen, Sask., alleging. that railway employees had been bribed by farmers -to, give them cars consigned to them. Mr. Perley suggested that Mr. McCraney write to the > department and it v/ould bo given consideration. Mr., McCraney asked what was the policy of th6 government In regard to the i establishment of tqr-: mlnal elevators at Fort William'and-Port Arthur. , Mr. Perley, in reply, said that they were building an enormous, elevator at the 'present time. MONARCH THEATRE Tonight--8.15 p.m. The Excelsior Male Voice Choir In NEW AND SELECT HIGH CLASS MUSIC 4--Animated Pictures-4- 1.-THE QOAT GIRL OF BEAR CANYON-Western Drama. 2._WH0'S BOSS?-Who's Who in Boaslandl Are you or is it Your Wife? 3._?" The total vote polled wajs 2686. The unpolled vote was 1327, practically one-third of-the total vote on the en-u'/r.erators' lists. The possible vote in this constituency is 4013. The following tatile gives the details of tlie vote: � �! . . V ^-c- , - JUi =-l cJ g W' a p 3- Fire Hall _........ 62 11 80 149 Courtland.'rfSchool. &Z 14 71 Labor Temple A-U 03 0 124 41 Labor Temple M-Z 59 5 109 58 Central School .. 188 10 324 327 Fleetwoo^d...... 60 4 98 63 Westminster, A  � 56 ,30 97 7G Westminster B .. 69 2S 89 85 Westmin'ster. G ..- S5 20 83 132 Miners'. Hail A .. 83 26 23' 38 Miners' Hall B .. 84 24 25 30 Hardieville..... 26 30 55 75 Royal View...... 6 4 8 4 West Lethbridge . 13 2  22 43 Coalhurst....... 51 � 17 55 44 Diamond City---- 27 . 51 32 ,71 Newlands---- ... 10 0 11 ,4 .Commerce...... 28 8 15 76 Totals......1031 234 1371 1327 ROYALTY WILL OVERIN BERLIN event OF great importance WiLL come' OFF in couple' months New Novelties at Starland Parisl and Magine, the ragtime harp ist, and the Boy Caruso completely took Starland by storm last night. They ar.& hoth versatile and accomplished artists, possessing the capability to command the full attention of their audience all through their entertaining act. Parlsi is simply splendid on hia harp, evoking vociferous applause with his renditlo-n of seveTOl tuneful melodies. Francisco Magine is the possessor of a perfect operatic tenor voice, and for his opening number selectid "In the Shadows," the plaintive little musical geni from Lew Fields' recent big success, "The Hen-pecks."' After last night's reception given to tlidse talented artists, it' is an assuTed fact that Parisl and Magine will meet with great success during their engagement at Starland. A number of really tine photo-plays were shown, the whole making up an excellent programme.' � I Excelsior Male Voice Choir at the Monarch Theatre Tonight  levers of good piuBic have been long anticipating the appearance of the abbve-indntioned choir in new antl select music, foniglit the most dis-Primlnating will surely admit that their anticipations were fully justified. After weeks otttalning under the sklllecl direction of Mr. Roberts, the. ExcelslcT Male Vplce Choir arthc religious rites in Berlin. It is olTicially insisted that the we'dding is to he a strictly private and .family affair, ;but the pros-pectivBi presence of King George and Czar Nicholas, clothes the event in the popular estimation with far-reaching political signifioanco. GERMAN balloons in BIG RACE Dresden, ApriL28.-Of seven special balloons; erfect health returns. , - _ ' "  DrMfrseUInJianReptPillihanheext u jtcorite housellold reiwdy'jn Canj^da for over half a"ccmufy,''iind they arthelr .=pl3tol8,. Mrs. Durand rushes between itham.- It is too late. Carl, not seeing tihe woman in time, pulls the trigger, and' the bullet passes thrbugh her body and she falls dead, and Durand is left alone with his little daughter, whom he educates to avenge her mother's death..,. Part Two.-This "Is blie beginning of the endi In which Durand hdpes to satisfy his revenge and to completely: humiliate his victim. He goes wlth-his daughter to Carl's studio and makes arrangements with the artist to paint Miss Durand's portrait. She refuses to reveal her identity and before the portrait is' completed they fall in love; - Carl calls to see her father to tell him of his Ijve for his daaghtei\ Durand now-makes himself known to Carl, laughs him ^ to I scorn- and tells; his daughter to strike the> blow which will make his trimmpib complete, but she refuses to do so, and In the struggle that follows a lamp is overturned which sots fire to the house, and before Durand can escape fropi the burning building he is struck by falling timbers and killed. This remarkable featureitwlllbeex-.! hibited at the Bijou Wednesday and' Thursday. A great, opportunity'is at-'' forded photoplay fans of seeing to wihat a high.' fltanaardj: of .'cxoelienoe motion pho'togTOphy'has/resfcheduS''"', Tonight's' program is'an excellent one and those who had; thef pleoflure of peeing, it last night were loud in their appreciation. The alnglng of Miss B;" IjlnleyJones was a revelatl'on to many, people, and the chorus -W^aB itakeu - up � with such' enthusiasm [that ;the';Whole house rang with sweet ha^ mony. Come once and y6u will .he a regular patron. � > , J,''--) �I *  ij ] � Eimpress Theatre ; ' The star .set of ploturf^ 'for t^, 'niglit'ls a gre'(it''i;Wb-reeled"'fesitufe;,9n; "iltle^ .i'The Post Telegsajiher,". Tils; Is a fascinating story depiotlng' m'any: of the old-time'scenes whentte Pion NALPSOWIINE; SCOTCHMSNJ .IRISHMEN! ENGLISHMBNI Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If you want your friends to reach Canada in the early spring. Dook their passage shore, NOW. We can issue their tickets, furnish all information ond keep you posted as to when they will arrive. Still have CABIN and THIRD CLASS accommodations or all steamers. Sailings weekly; large "new steamers; low rates.- Apply to S.B. Mitchell, Agent-C, P. R. H. E.LIDMAN, Gen. Agent;! � 349 Main'St., Winnipeg,'-: Phone M5312. _^ - ill Around the WorlcJ $639. lo 1 'A three months holiday trip. "Use, -any Transatlantic steamship line Ho'. connect with ' _ . EMPRESS OF ASIA'T i ^ From Liverpool, June 14th >�', ' Ports of call-Madeira, Cape Town,' ' ' J Durban, Colombo, Singapore, Hori^- ,.^,1 Kong, Shanghai, Nagasaki, Kobe.'and'J'^v-i'-'l Yokohama. J,^"' R. G. McNEILLIE, . ' ,-* V-v,^ ' District Passgr, Agent. ' .>& Calgary, Albertsi. ---�-h-7^-'ff%J eers of this countii'y- endured 'sUch' hardships, and flowed, asi the dians on the warpath, , ^ , There are three of the very ."best,, comedies being shown, which ,,wlll,, /i" cause peal after peal of slaughter: " I bubble forth from the audience; when so much.blood,/| *.''^|^ result of raids by in-'y ,Vf>; terr to Another drama, making iii all five complete reels will complete a' i,'tuU';v' '}t programme,.with Ml�s'?Bthel;.Suth6r- ^ land singing one of her' W8ll-knowtti^X;f rag-time songs. WESTERN BREWERS MET-^j; Regina, April 28.-The fourth.f:!MyC. nual meeting of the Western Canada, i5:;2:5| Brewers' association was'held todKjjj^ ''jj^ with a large attendance. Koutlns'mat"' ters only were taken i^p, and officer?/ were elected as 'follows: ' ' President-R, B. Trumbull, BrRiii'>, don. ' , , ' Vice-Resident-w; H. Sheppard,' Edmonton. , ' Trustees: forManitoba-N. W.vBrad-'iv stock, Winnipeg; A.; Ferguson,,- -Branv � don;' Saskatchewan, G. B. Rumjjerr .'i iig�r,,Regtna; Alberta, A.. E. :Gross,' : Calgary; British Columbia, G, Dubar, ' Fernie,' House Snap .A beautiful seven room fully modern house on 50 feet,' 9th Street South 'fjust off '6th Ave.-.' South.) Well built, fire place/.! gas, etc. Good terms. . $5500.00, ' HOUSES TO RENT Tfae Dowsley - Mulherfi, .s'-., .IianiCo._ '.y.^ SHERLOCK BpiLDIJ>^Gf'7{i^i;3^^^^ ' 'f,, � '^m 11 36 06 ;