Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page S THE LETTinRTDflE DAILY TIER ALP Friday, IQI'2' P )erfect rejection erf act ictures I ULJAT THE GODDESS OF SAGEBRUSH GULCH: An offering which re- tile old "nothing new under the sun" idea: tho most suirl- Hug photoplay ever produced. You will agree.with us whon say It is "Great." SIX LITTLE DRUMMER BOYS: A dashing military story. "HOODOED" AND "HER UNCLE comedies Unit send Into the seventh heaven of delirious, riotous laughter.. REVIEW OF NEW YORK'S POLICE FORCE: All inspiring men in line, action, play and every phase ot the big city's work. EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION NEXT MONDAY "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" A MAMMOTH PRODUCTION. The Scientific Cure i'or Deafness. Cures After All Others.Fail At the Alexandra Hotel August 14, 13, Tree Demonstration Mr J F Landry representing the Pennsylvania Ear Masseur, for the treatment and cure of deafness, head noises and ear dls- will be in TJethbrldge, August 14th. 15th aad 16th, and will demonstrate absolutely free and without cost to ali people who arc suffering with any form of ear disease that they can be cured. No matter how long you have been deaf, or who you have treai- ed with nor what medicine you have taken, this is the appliance that will cure you. It is not a device that you are required to wear, all you have to" do is to use the instrument night and moraing about five minutes etch time, and a cure will result. The manufacturers of this Ma'sseur have heretofore sold them only to physicians, inasmuch as there are so maoiy people who can not reach a specialist without great expense ami loss of time, the companr has within the last few months sold them by re- quest to patients direct This is the quickest and best possible cure of all selected diseases of the ear. During the time that Mr. Landry Is in Lechhrldge his.demon- stration will be absolutely free. He does not represent himself as a physician to treat these diseases in any way. but will de- monstrate to you the use of this instrument which is sufi'icie-it within itself to convince you of .its wonderful curative powers. Those afflicted can secure the -Masseur and treat themselves at. home. This demonstration being freej under no obligation. Call and receive a trial treatment which will convince you that it is'an appliance that can be absolutely relied, upon. Bear In mind that Mr. Landry will be at the Hotel on.the above date only and during that time he.will be pleased to.convince each and every caller afficted with deafness that this truly scieatitic instrument possesses all the virtues. that are claimed -for it. HOW TO CALL ON-MR. LANDRY Take main entrance to Hotel, inquire of cterk to be shown to Mr. Landry's office, where in turn you will be''received. HARD TO GET A TEACHER SCHOOL BOARD IS DILIGENTLY SEARCHING FOR COMMER- CIAL MASTEfl Tho school board hurt trouble in securing u commercial teacher for the now ewmnevdiil (ioiiui'tmtmt to bo opened In the High School during tho coming tonn.Koine timo ago applicu lions were called for, mid a up- pointed to tako of the tk'imrt- inent, but he has'sM.ice informed the Hoard that it will be impossible for jliim to ijonio. The Hoard therefore decided at a meeting hold yesterday afternoon to advertise onco more for a i'ommorciiil sponaiirf. ofterlng salary of willi inertwstis yearly until the maximum of Jl'.OOO runchud. The coal lenders which were culled for at the meeting of the Hoard .Inly were om-ned anil the eoniraci awarded lo .his. AshcrbCt at per ton. Other bidders were McLeuu Coal Co.. per tun. on the south and Sl.4f> on tho north, and the New Barnes mine. on [he south and in North Lethlirutse. The Acme Phimbinj; Co.. t were awarded the contract of installing a vacuum cleaner in the Hi-Ui School at a cost ot SASKATCHEWAN GETS AGRICULTURAL SUBSIDY Ottawa, Aug. agreement be- tween the Federal government and Saskatchewan, under the act for the aid of agriculture, by which die prov- ince gets a subsidy of was ap- proved .by. the Cabinot Council1 today. There now only remains two prov- Incts with the agreements unsigned, Bwtlsh Columbia and Alberta, The for British Columbia hive beenf completed, and the papers vill likely be signed next Cor- respondence with in pro: tress at .present time. DETECJTIVE ACQUITTED Aug. Detective; Seymfour wag acquitted today! In Court of the charge ,of] assault, causing grievous bodily harm, -brought by Fred Richards, a south- .Bide-aaarabOBi. Seymour Trill return !tp the 'police.force from which he re- the.city council had de- manded his dismissal. Splendid Week End Program at Star- "The Goddessiof Sage Brush Gulch" which coraes to Stariand for and Sstunday, is one of the most un- usual and; startling productions ever Is the film sensation of the year. The story deals with almost and is superbly handled fay competent players .of I'thc fa- mous Biograph Co. Another''feature on ,the is "Six Uttle. Drum- mer an exceptionojjy stirring military plarfet, full of excitement and daah.enaction inch of the tvay. For the comedy end or the offering, nvoiOf the funniest and mcst Mlaiiious-farces.baYe 'been secured in "Hoodoed" and "Her Uacie John." Both these rare excellent, and bris- tle "with the spontaneous variety of fun. To-compete the bill "The An- of the New Yorfe Police will shown, thig finishing up -wbfit pr-omSBss to be the. best pro- gram ever oniered at popular Stur- land; On Jfonday, Aug. .19th .Hiss Irene Stanfeldjt, Starland's ragtime 'make her initial appearance. MONCTON, M.D. IS MIXED UP IN INVESTIGATION INTO ISSUING OF INTERCOLONIAL RAIL- WAY PASSES Moncton. N. B., Aug.. the case of Klmer Ferguson, the wit- Bess in the Intercolonial Pass inves- tigation was brought before Magis- trate' Kay in the' police court this morning to answer to the charge of i perjury preferred by Dr. C. A. Jfiir- ray, he was promptly dismissed. I .Magistrate Kay said that Ferguson was brought here from Montreal as a j vitness in a government enquiry uni I that the perjury proceedings were con j sequenily improper and irregular. H' would not allow fiis court to bo uset [or purposes of intimidation. The pass enquiry way resumed this morning before Commissioner Ada Jasper Sleeves a Canadian Pacific tel egraph vi'ho gave tesiimbn; some days ago to the effect that he had filled in.passes ou the typewritei with particulars, as requested by Br Murray, was recalled. He said he hat on one occasion received a pass 'from Dr. Murray. lie had given it to Jos Connell, and there was some trouble with the conductor about It. Police las pec'tor Tingley, of the rail way, was holding an inquiry and Mur ray told witness to swear he got the pass from Raymond ,Vyef a formei Intercolonial employee. He, (Murray) would do the same and that wouTd settle it. He told Tingley he got the -pass from Vye and Tingley said he was glad of that as it would save 'others from being mixed up in the matter.' The enquiry will be co-ntinued this afternoon. TO STUDY THE LEMIEUX ACT London, Aug. George Ask- chairman of the Industrial Com- mission of the Board of Trade, and famous ag a successful mediator in in- dustrial disputes during the past few years, is to be sent shortly iby the British government to Canada to in- vestigate the workings of the indus- trial disputes' legislation in the Do- minion. Increase Your Earning Capacity By Increasing Your Buying Capacity. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW OUR GOODS! Get next Weather now i AT Tents and Hammocks Splendid' Awortment in Each Line. C. W. Gray You Can Buy S U M M E R GOODS Now at BIG SAVINGS! i We Are Absolutely SELLING At COST I Summer Men's Lightest-Weight Hot Weather Suits Reduced Sumar Cloth is a fabric specially designed to combine strength, lightness of weight and coolness; it is a twisted striped warp fabric in rather an open weave ---the breezes can blow through, yet the fabric won't "pull" and is very serviceable. for .S1S.OO. light weight suits. OTHER SUMMER Keg. S1S.OO 513-50 Keg. Siu.uo Reg. 525.00 51S-7" August Bcrtdolliing; .Bargains worthy of note SHEETS Hemstitched sheets, double- bed size, extra heavy, absolutely no dress- ing. Pillow Cases llOe. All item at Interest to hotelmen and others, who buy quantities, as well as home furnishers. MEN'S EAR I5AKGAINS Suits .___ 70c. Assorted lines, two-piece sails, na- tural balbriggan; finest Egyptian yaiiis. .Mesh net suils, pale blue or pink; all sixes. 51.75'Union Suits tor B. V. D. UNDERWEAR Combination suils of light weight dimity. These suils are of light-weight navy flannel or serge, with white hair-line stripe, skeleton lining. Summer Silks at 35c. Jucquards, 27 in. width all most dc effective de- signs of self colors, nslial values. WOMEN'S NECK- WEAK The vogue of the lace frill is positive. .More these have just come in, too. They arc of lace and ftet. Rattan' Collar and cull's sets, tan or white. Specials in wash belts and 30c. valnos 19f. Cotton Wash Goods elirf- plec'es 'accumulate in thestTpretty cotton wash' goods that ojurpays very little for a wide .range.. of' choice rh wanted sorts. It's thWanted sorts that soonest sell to remnant lengths. Meu's'Silk Thread Halt1 Usual, _50c values, with double heel and toe, also a range of fancy black iisie, similar values. HELPFUL SALE' OF CURTAINS About 500 pairs of curtains of varied makes. Nottingham lace. Brussels net, Bungalow and Biege net curtains, all go in this clear- ance. Xow is the time to nur- chase your fall -needs in this line. floe 11.50 52.40....................... S3.00 Other values hp to at a sim- ilar .discount. PRICES LOWERED IN ALL BOYS' FANCY WORSTED SUITS For a sweeping clearance of these summer garments, for many a lad's vacation wear, we have marked: J10.00' Suits 87.50 Suits ?5.00 Suits.................. 53.50 Suits................... Men's Railroad Shirts Xavy with polka dot pattern, large sizes only. Regular for 95c. Men's Belts 50e. All the summer lines :ot: assort- ed leathers, patent buckles, usually sold at S5c. The Bentley Co., Ltd. _.___________ j, Deadlock is Possible in City -Council (Continued from front id thinks the 'council has not Jeen quite fair to Cliict Gillespie ing the charges hanging .over him it a ittle due consideration by the coun- cil would, probably clear those charg- es. He believes in ordinary justice to any official in the city's employ. Mayor's The mayor does not know just1 whab to think.. He certainly believes that the council acted hastily, and does not hesitate to say, so. To the. Hcr- lald this murniag be stated his posi- tion in the case jn these words The'action of the council onTucs-! cs and on the strength of the solici- tor's report, we could have arrived at some conclusion committee on which to base a report to the coun- cil "If that advice had been followed, 'ginaj motion, will stand. Nevertheless the council will be divided matter, and something startling yet liable to happen. if there' is 'any'-'chance' of' the deadlock in the city council, there everything would have followed the certainly is very little division of regular course of reports to the conn- on the streets. There the cil, and wo.uld. have been adopted as [matter is viewed in a light not soon as 'the council met to- consider I encctt by any. faction, and': with-few it. But, instead of that, the council exceptions the people are-in favor of took the matter iip on Monday, and city following the course already everyone knows the result. decided upon., .It public'opinion .has any weight with tbe council there will he no hedging in the matter, and if there are any startling disclosures to come out at the -enquiry the pub-' "However, I am not saying that I will not stand by the action the coun- has already taken. The council will meet in adjourned session on Monday afternoon, and it is likely that the question will be reopened." .Skcilh Holds to Position Aid. Skeith, the mover ot the mo- tion, will -stay lirm by the position be taken, and told the Herald so in no uncertain way this morning. dav was forced on them more or less j Ibv' the appearance before the body of ha" 5 i jronsidcred'the matter. He was ready jC. K. Harns inakmg deBl, .for an .immediate enquiry. Ilcwantcai. I i the matter settled before the ing adjourned, and as sonic of the I aldermen were -willing 'to settle it on the spot, he got his wish. for my own part I would have liked to have had the procedure we had decided on followed. When the council met in' police committee on Aug. I, the roen connected with the. C.TSB appeared, and laid certain charg-. cs. They were suspended on the i strength oi those charges, tind told to go to the city solicitor "anil aid him in preparing a definite state- ment of charges, and to let him have all the evidence possible at tiiat in order, that the solicitor might able to report back to the commit- "It w eltor should biek to the com- cM Then mittte, >nd I WM roMttaf et the ttaie Ibe solicitor wns reaily. yc .would have considered the i tho; ho would not hnve been liable to bring them in.if there had not been grounds wollld Kf-r-! i which lo base them. The ..very Sf-r iousness of the charges decided inc that the council had no businem to consider them, and I n-'overi tbe rcso- 'llition calling [or a judicial enquiry. The council w'ould be very foolish lo rescind.that motion now." The other two aldermen who ported the resolution will also lllnly support what they have ilone. A IJcatllock So i! Aid. Aird in a motion -to rescind the motion on Monday next there is likely.to be a deadlock. The motion will ,in all prpbahlltty he upWld by and AW.. Mti Mid Aihcrolt. It will be oppos- w) ty Aid. Slrcitt, ami Wil- liamson, la case it is a vote, the conned voting motion j lie wants to know all about it. It is a public matter, and they demand that nothing be bidden concerning the actions of any of their servants. Meantime the two factions are awaiting the result. The feeling still grows that then1, is an effort ,on 'the part of the friends of both parties to get them and devise some means whereby the whole affair might be. settled out of court. It is known that Chief Gillcspie and Inspector Silliker have bad long conferences, but so far they have not been pro- ductive of results, and it looks as if be fought out to Certain in results beca use purest' in quality; try. it and AERIAL TRUCK SKIDDED Vancouver, Aug. Aligns McLecd was injured at noon toliny, when Vancouver's new aerial truck skidded on a wet uptown inent, and struck the curb. An light standard was smashed iiilto s thousand pieces, and the that bystanders were not killed. i Sing M .will. -t.e-loit, [jitter end. FIFTEEN DEATHS AT OTTAWA SO FAR Ottawa, Aug. yesterday, 3n now cases of typhoid fever have been roported at the City Hall, but Ibis la still a decrease in the rate (it which tho'olillrreak was previously advancing. There are now S7S cases on the official list. Dr. HcUinssworth said today that tbe testa of the- waier sho'wed lhat free from contamination. Dr. SherlK ii making Ictlny to place scrum fdr ,'innociilation againBt 'typhoid on sale at ebst'prJcc it a number ot drug stores. Three more nurses have been secured from Hamilton. TJierfc have been fifteen deaths tip to to-' IN CASH PBIZES FOR BEST BKEAl) AT LETHBRIDGE FAIR t r MADE. FROM OTJR FLOUK- Sec prize list or write UB for full information ENTRIES FREE The Ellison Milling Co.