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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 2, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 SUPERINTENDENT Engineering Deparlmenfs Suff is Very Greatly Cut Down COUNCIL MEETING Matter of Street Car Advertis- ing on Election Day Arous- es a Discussion Council meetlnEB just at the pres- ent time do not create much oppotl- ,ttoa to the caiupafgn excitement, Tlul of yeilerday, tho second last regular vould tbe right fljure to charge Mr. Nelioc of it, and on the ground that he had'zsked for the ex elusive advertising rights, claimec that he had first call on the aide ban nera If granted. Lit ter Mrl Stafford put ID i'bid for aoaia npace it crsw rather complicated However at yesterday's meellBg Mr ia favor of Xelton, reaUzlug Uiat the Ifc'e daln. .The price wai ar awl the itreet car i In alrftadr for. the adyir .tiling-on Mayor ;afld'Aid.' MeKate'voted .sgainst the aifeemeDl, but AJdJ-Alnl ID the c gave tbe daclding vote in fayor. Oas Bulldinj r Gas initailed in fjly. power buildtng. wil ba. >350 proTlded the city uie.-ttiK fuel for Tn li initillwl under the boilers, .tie companf .ip-fles Io aid before He cblef easineer for hi.1! approval. Tho order was dated October -JSth. which explains the reason delay ccEDinencicg coailnictlon. N'o action by the council was con- sidered necessary. Mr. McEacher'n Recrgni Street Superintendent McEachern placed hie reslguatlon in the hands of the council io lake as soon as possible. The reslguallon was ac- cepted. This leaves the engineering staff rery much reduced. City Engineer Han-ey, who r'jBigned last month to accept the nomination as commlESion- :r of public works, leV office Sunday nighl W. A. Adam, assistant, is now charge, one waterworks foreman, i walenvorks inspector, ooe recorder j and one Eleuuyrapher. It Is understood -Mr. McEachem not leaving Southern Alberta. Thi oRicc carried a salary of pe- month. More Bide for ridge bonds are drawing more bids lately tlian lor months pasL A representative' of the Sllmson Co., and P. Xelson, representing, a London firm, both Waited tbe cbnncti ror a chance to buy tier cents. There Is one block of amounting To-night BIJOU THEATRE To-night Positively your last chance to hear "The Musical Eckhardts" Premier VoctlitU, Fun EnterUineri and Instrumentilitti, to see "The Death Stone of India" A picture de luxe in three parts Millnee Dally At 2.30 Sherman Theatre Twice Nightly TO-NIGHT Hal. Stevens Co. DELIGHTFUL MUSICAL 'COMEOY RED and WHITE U PRETTY GIRL3 4m BEAUTIFULLY GOWNED I Catchy Music, Dancing, Elaborate Staging and Electric Effects WHAT THE PRCSS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Great Bill at the Sherman j Never before in the history of tbe! city lias such a talented company of vaudeville artistes been seen, as are appearing at cuts popular .house of amuseimmt Tor the first half of the The beadliner IB Hal Stephens, ivlio urejenta a clever capable" com- pany in a musical melange entitled "Red and White." Full o' rich com- edy, Interspersed with catchjr -tune- ful dances by the beauteous maidens the troupe, the performance greatly pleased the spectators who were very responsive Jn their appre- ciation. Peaieon, in his inter- pratat.on ot the ChEaa town habitue, nol under option to Read t Co.. of stamps him as an artiste of the" bigb.- New York, and both bidding, con- standard. 50 excellent :E bis Im- cerns vrill make offers on this amount One. company offered to take at a equal to SS.IG Tor of personation of the Oriental that the audience in doubt as to his na- ticsallty. many questions being ask- o's provided thu'council would'give a fd management as to this. "Dixie 30 day option on all.unsold but Christy >E as big a favorite hore'as as an option had already been grant- ed till -February 1st- to Road Co., New York, the. council was not iii a position to consider the offer. Offtclil Ceniui Chief Skeltbn made his ;offlcia! re-. port oa the' census! The. figures, publlshex) by ;the Herald -on correct. -The1 popula- tion is dirided; North 3auth Lethbridge '5.589 case I horc build the city. The Co. -required the of that lielng of their contract irhen 'tne floor of the "building from tte city. wbo leaetd of tbe'city'i tracts on the Wiihei the pro- perty" to Wm. Under his lease -he cannot Aeiriru without the clLT'c The.conncH held'that ttc ijrue-ihouU to "irtfiteil. to.the Mil ciiu la order of aprtllciMon for th'e-Uascf. Ordir Subway Corfirmlni; the sucgeitioo 'of the ,rd of fUllWv __" "t it UsL apriof, a copy o! (he botnTs Xo. 20T40, Tola! Of: these Squatters Hiring on C, P. .the river bottom. 'There are 177 vacant liouses and shacks dtyjaccord-. Ins to the chtM's report. .v.. should cells provided for female prisoners, apart regulation eel Is at ihe police -'station iR the opinion of Elton, as fettet'Ip Uie councEJ.. The. police, committee asised for a report on thft .matter.' on-- taMe the pi i In which the for a eiibwvy J3th Straw together with the wit" the _' .conMnieted by the C. H. Tin boarfi daUJl stnicture Uf BEAETOFCITT HOTEL SAVOY 8EATTLX In u4i nNMOGY everywhere, else. It is to be regrett- ed loss gua'lained her by the smashing of her beautiful harp on Us trip from Calgary here, as her ex- on this Instrument divine is eiceptionally brilliant; her rlolin playing pieased immensely, and it will be as real surprise if cap- acity audiences are not'seen" her'e'for" the nelx two days. Muiieal Tonight Is your last cliance to bear fao Musical opportun- ity, by tho way, you should not miss. Seldom has a musical troupe of such f-eal excellence .appeared in heth- bridge, and never at such popular prices. The audience last night were simply tlcitled to death, atd tha have no hesitation in st? ,lng that this (eaturc of Hie pro- will please the mMt dis- crlintnAtlng. Fifty minutes of refined music'and song by five finiehed ait- and .a photo-play de luie Is some programme to offer for 25 cents. The Bijou, however, IB always willing to so the limit to nleaee their patrons and It is expected that a bumper house will reward their to- Great Picture at tht Empreis A better illuilration of the pain and hardship of tlie old slave days can not be witnessed than that of "The While; the powerful and sym- pathetic dramV-.Tt-Mch i3 being exhib- ited'for .the last'lime (onlght at'the Empress. Tho story of Zoe the Oct- .Toon, .is told in a most gripping man- ner convlnce'o the spectator of, her. .grief at the Bljeu i when it Is discovered that owing to an Will Pearson The World'! Greatest Chinese Impersonator, In "Midnight In Chlnatcwn." Dixie Christy "THE OLD TIME MELODY GIRL" FOUR OF THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS MATINEE PRICES EVENING PRICES CHILDREN-----.'.........10c. CHILDREN...............25c. ADULTS................ 15c. ADULTS .................Z5c. old standing judgment against Pey- ton, the owner of the estate, her free papers are Illegal and she is still a slave, and as such can be sold as a part of the estate. Her horror and dismav ai her terrible plight fill her mind with Use thought that this is an Insuperable barrier to her marriage with young Peyton, and eo she, for love's aaVe, takes her life. This and the vilMany of the scoundrel slave dealer, who commits mur- der in order to further his purpose of acquiring possession of Zoe, are the prominent features in this very re- markable picture play which is un- doubtedly IB its -way a masterpiece. Pathe's great Weefcly is a splendid number, the trotting races and the hill climbing tests or the automobiles being particularly exciting and Inter- esting. Two rollicking comedies "Building a Trust" and "Love Loses are of the most laughable character and'cre- ate roara of merriment. The management beg to announce that in addition to the usual items on tomorrow's programme, an extra, spe- cial attraction is provided in a most beautiful adaptation Dante's Dream ot Paradise. REV. CAMERON PREACHED. AN .ELOQUENT AND SERMON AT KNOX CHURCHY Uh Dec. government today WriUen apologies to. Ihe, Russian' government In connection with the arrest a ago on board a Russian sleirfier of Kaviili Mustaphav who had'..Voejj lentenced to death assassina- tion of Shefket former Grand Kavakll since died in 5L was recognized. in_ Kr.ox Church Sunday by a sermon in the morning ia which Kev. A. G. Cam- eron spoke on SL Andre'w. The R'-iv. gentleman" delivered ah eloquent1 ad; 'dress in which he dwelt on the fact that SL- Andrew was a. practical man, a man with a message who .went out found other men and won. them to Cbiht through his message.; He dealt with the life hUtory of .the stint and made pacing referenc'es to- Ihe traditional sloiieg concerning "his life and "his connection with Scotland. He tvas one of the earliest Christian martyrs with _.whom the' .cross lias ever been associated. Mr. Cameron traced the history of his connect ion gospel narrative and dwelt par- he was awaitln's exec tion. IB. said to have sulcWe. KavaVH 'waB jiveu'.un to the Turlclih police on their aitertion itat VM a common 'murderer. ,'Aher- warde, Khen the RiiJalati gorernment discovered ho ,was. a oflv'nd: er, It dtmandel .his' Inmiediato Uase.- The Turkiih yovornment now with the pos-ibility of a com- for an. autopsy, has taken fur- ther alepi of Ailra Btyt BX- perfect of police, been pro- moted to be governor, uf tlio proviuce of Adana after arrest jog Kavakli, Wm. B. Leavens, tVie largest fruit- grower in Prince Edward county, died suddenly at Picton during an opera- tion for appendicitis. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE IOKWVD WAIK EH, C.V.O. LL. D., t 6ni1 sympathy. cruelty on the of her htis- Captain Hugh Ronald Krencri, yet inexpensive miiniier. They are issued payable in coustrj in the world in denominations of with equivalent in the moneys pf thc principal countries staltd on Iht face of cheque. They are economical, absolutely stit self- and easily negotiated. Branch R..T, Brymner, Mgr, of the tourlti batfallon, (terri- of the Yorkshire Mgime-vl, formerly ol the serenth dragoon ;i: Ko rtelensf was ofifred a'rd Mrs. was glvtn the cujlodj of tho child ol the matrlj'je.' Waller .Ionian and A. two wctMtDown Windsor business men, were quito seriously hurt In automobile IN Stalten made a strong pica for con- sideration of lioy nature and used severnl fine illustrations. He urged a pleasant norae life, good food, plenty of sleep.- exercise and play and said the lather should advise and consult with his tor on all these points. IFEAREO THAT HOME. RULE RIOTS DUBLIN WOULD SPREAD SHOT Xov. direction, spiritual life were if the fathers taVi hoys as urged Vy Mr. SUtten, there will be many, hoys who will receive a new vision ol life. The address was most impressiic. Ur. proposed the health of the mothers and. daughters, which was honored with fo: "They arc jolly good Ifllows." The gathering dispersed with sing- ing "Home Sweet llome." NEW JAPANESE iATTLESHIP LAUNCHED Japan, Dec. new Japanese battleship cruller "Klrls- klmt'' Uunchcd today. The big veticl, which xa laid down H, 1012, la one of a division of four vessels of th'j class. Thc Klrls- tons and Is fitted with turbine engines of 70.MO horsepower. The U 5S knots. She has a coal capacity of tons and Units to contain 1000 tons ot oil. Her armament conslita of eight. Inch slxleen 6-inch guns and S torpedo tubes. .Saturday to.prevent 'tnc oi tnc Home Uule riots lealt with and out on Friday nif. interest in the sir Carson and Uonar Law were- making speeches. The dam- age dor.c in the rioting whtch was led by students. Is estimated at 000. The streets were littered with debris, as windows in buildings and street cars were- smashed, arc lights weic pulled dow-n, doors torn orl, property destroyed. One woman was shot. She is believed to be a suf- fragette, as many women took a leading part, trying to kidnap l.aiv as he tvas being driven to lie residence ol Lord Iveagh. Hon. W. Mackenzie Kin? ad- dressed 400 members of the Cleveland Ohio, Chamber of Commerce, "In- dustrial Peace" Empress To-day IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE GREATEST White Slave A GRIPPING STORY OF THE' DAYS OF SLAVERY Wednesday EXTRA SPECIAL Dante's Paradise A lublime and beautiful adapta- tion of the Great Italian Poet'i Dream Friday The Lost Millionaire BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS 7iSO Curtouslj- cnou'sii, Newfoundland, with )ts scant population, "was Caii- best market for butter bcr, taking S0.370 pounds, while United SUtes took pounds aod Gtcat Brllaln only 226.pounils. LAKES DISASTER. FUND .Toronto, Dec. dlsuste fund vu boosted to thi morning, when the Hull contributions from Mreral OnUrio The sulwcriptlon llsl closed lodar and it will Uke until the end of tho veek to collect an the outatindfng' funds. The government arnouril to ;