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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY-. FEHRIIAIIY 5, 1918 II IE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KFERALD PAGE FIVB RAIES fitter OpposHion in City �nii Commissioners Will Have To Explain Huge Toll By Hun Botorc the proposed tiicrcuHB ot liO t)ov cent In tho clncti-lc Uglitltig ratos go Into effect the commlHslonora will liavo (o ((o Bome lull explalnliig If tlio * Ulk belnR. heard on the atreots Is any Indication of tlie'gonoral opinion regarding tho ralcB. Over In North U^ethbrldge purtlculnrly the residents Rre up In arms over the propoMl and /. -fwlll have none of II. / Tho Herald unflorstnnils tlint there /- is ,by no moans an nnanlmlty of opinion ninong the coniinlsslonors over the . ijropogaU-- It Is understood Commls-lonor Kreomnn Is vory loathe to con-elder the Increase. Mayor llardle pn the other hand Is iofilMtcnt, claiming that something must bo tlono to help f ho people pay their debts, and as they do not seem to he able to do this by ^vayyOt taxes they must do so In some , other mannbr which may distribute the burden moroovonly. The mayor also declares that I ho lighting department is getting u |0,OUU H yeaf advantage which It should properly not get. He says the finance department is paying $2000 � year more for jttreol lighting than it, did in 1.91'), while the street railway department is l)a'yliiB'mpre for power and tho waterworks dcpartmunt, in paying mo?e for jjUDlplng. ;n.�con8idor that the street railway  ml y>_Ught and power departmenuii iih'o.iil(i be considered together.and the . lighting should be made to pay tho de-Xiclli-ror the street railway,"-said tho iiia^.or this morning. Talk on Streets Strong Meantime the, talk on tho streets is Yery strong. ' pay the cost of running tho city through ono 'channel they can ^�ay It through the established channel-the thx roll, so he couhl not see the sense of making a publicly owned utility pile-up ft big profit off tho users to that utility tO; help pay the burden of tho man who uses no oloctrlc light or power. Tho matter is likely to como to n head within a few days and-some warm times in the council clmnibor may bu expected. ONTARIO HOUSE OPENS - \ Legislation to Be Provided'For Taking of Soldiers' .Vote Ovepseas FEAR TO PROSECUTE ALL OF THEM NOW Victoria Having Hot Time Over Prosecution of Lord's Day Act IH HEELS PUT T�ll� Women How to Dry Corn So It Lifts Otit Without Pain- Up a Modern ' high-heeled, - footwear b'uclss Chapter of I. O. D. E. ^ . WILL MOLD a * VALENTINE PARTY AT THE VETERANS'CLUB ON FRIDAY, FEB. 8th The evening h^e been Mt a few days earlier than Valentine'* Day on account of the openlhg of the Lenten Seaaon, , (fARDS AMD DANCING / Vocal Solo* by ' MI88 MAMIE BROOKS and MR. GEO. FLEMINO Tickete 76c each c|in be had from any. member of � : ;,..��.'.�/�. ,: the chapter.'".�,� �.'�^yA;,*, FUNDS FOR PATRIOXiC WORK >y Dancing at 6.30. Mitt /^rnold will provide mtiilc. w WON'T PAY INTERIM DIVIDEND NOW Vancouver; Feb. S;-Directors an shareholders of the British Columbia Electric railway company at their an nual jneeting in ' Lontloti' Ihst month decided not to pay the Interim dlvi dend on the five per cent cunuilativo preference stock, hitherto paid In Jan nary of each year, and to postpone the consideration oC the ilivtdend oiy this stuck until the ond of tho financial year, ' NATIONALISTS HOLD SEAT What the Press Agents Say ho celebrated his V.Sth birthday yesterday, takes one back to the inagura-tion of the iVorth West Mounted Police nd the days when the North West erritories were practically unknu)vu, uninhabited save tiy wandering hands of Indians and resounding to the tread of uncounted numbers of bison. Mr. Bray was born .Tan. I!!, 1S40, in the city of Worcester. England, and obtained his education at Bewdley near that city. At the age of eighteen fired with tho martial spirit of youth ho joined the 10th Mu.^SBrs, of which the Prince of Wales (afterwards King Idward Vll.) was the colonel. For the next twenty-one years Mr. Bray followed the careor of a soldier atid had many stirring adventures in a!! parts of the world, /In 1873 Mr. Bray came to Cana;la and was the flr.st man in Toronto to oiri the Mounties. that force being organjized ai that time. His ability and previous experience were soon recognliied � "and he was promoted to the rank of sergeant major with Sam Steele (now Major General Sir Sam Steele) and 1j. K. I'^irtescue, who has isen to be comptroller of the R.K.W. M.P., and the three officers licked tho new force into shape during, the winter of 1873-'74. In 1882 .Air. Bray left the police and engaged in rancing in the Pincher Creek .district, but was called Irom his peaceful vocation by the Rell rebellion In 1885, when lie once more donned the King's uniform as a member of the Rocky Mountain Rangers. After peace was established he once more took up ranchine, which he was engaged in until 1892, when he came to Medicine Hat. ' For the next fe.v yeocs he was employed as a forem'.a �at the Public Works depai-tment of the N. W. T., after which he was appointed as stock inspector iu 1891!, which position he has held ever since. He has always been interested In tUo development of the stbck Industry an-.l as a means of promot'lng it he aided in organizing and' starting the flr.st stock ^association ia southern Alberta, of which the first preaident was Mr. J. F. Sanderson and Mr. Bray secretary. The association merged into the RangSiStock Growers' association, and later Into the Western Stock Growers' association. For the first ten years of tlie ^Istence of the' Stock association Mr. Bray Was Its capable and highly appreciated, secretary-treasurer and was largely ; reaponBlble for, the Ciourishing conditions of the stock industry up till 1909, wlien the coming of the homesteader and the introduction of barbed wire on the prairies spelt the doom of the large ranches and heralded the dawn of a new era. Oh N'dv. .16, 187C, at Fort Walsh, ho was joined in marriage with Miss J. McKay,'.who tor forty-two years has walked life's busy way with him. They had thirteen children, of whom ten are still living to congratulate 'him on having exceeded by eight years the allotted span of life, according to the psalmist of ."three score years and ten." � , AT THE EMPRESS Crowds saw "The Slacker" last night at the Empres.'s nnd all were of the opinion that it was one of thp strongest war pictures ever siiowh.^ "The Slacker' will be shown again tonight, and those who did not see it. should not fail to come around and see It. The story is of a >;oung man who absolutely refused to do anythlna in the war until things happened to show him his duty. There is also a sparkling aomcdy, "Her Barebaclc Career," AT THE MAJESTIC The elaborate revival of that most charming of comedy dramas, "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," for a coast to coast tour of the larger cities, brouglit up a discussion recently in the Lambs Club of New York^ as to tho r'easoiis for U� gi-eat popularity, for the play has shown a verllity that promises to equal "Rip Van .Winkle," "The Old Homestead," and the "Music Master." It was finally agreed that it ft'as dUe to Its capacity to please more different kinds of people tiian any other play, combinedi with the advertising that it received from the book which .in Bnglish speaking countries was the best seller for from three to five years, and Is still ottered iu every shop that sells books, regardless of howi small the slock may be. "Mrs.- Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" comes to the Majestic theatre on Friday and iSaturday, with a special matinee oii Saturday attei'noon. Seats are now selling at the boi office. Playfe may come and plays may go, but it will be many a day before an author will succeed In evolving a stage production that is as ta.scinating as Irving Berlin's International s.vnco-patcd musical success "Watch Your AT THE ORPREUM | High class vaudeville is now being shown at the Orpheum together with j a picture program. i AT STARLAND The reproduction of an Algerian village recently Iiuilt in Port L,ee, under tlie direction of Maurice Tourneur for Klsle Ferguson's initial Artcraft picture, "Barbai-y' Sheep," attracted great attention in the New'Jersey "picture" colony. It is the most re-markia>lo duplication ' of architecture and "local color" ever staged for a motion picture. There is even a dilapidated horse car of the very kind to be found In Algeria, where rapid transit is still' In its primitive stages, which .play.s its part in the plctnrlza-tion of Robert Hlcliens' famous story. At the' time these scenes were being filmed thousands of motion . picture "fans" from New York and New Jer-.sey gathered on the roofs of houses and streets around the studio grounds lo view the usual proceedlng.s. The photoplay appears at Starland for the Inst limes tonight. - "Mrs. Wiggs" Says: Somehow I njjver feol the good things in this world belong to me. until I pass 'em on to somebody else. The old saying reads that a woman is as old as she feels, but Fannie Ward, Paramount Slar, amends this statement by substituting the word "thinks" for feels." "Show me the clothes a woman wears and 1 will tell you how old her mind is," soid Jliss Ward. "The first TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING Fri. Feb. 8 Matinee Saturday at 2.30 The United Producing Ce., Ltd.. Present a Superb Revival of America's Greatest Comedy-I3rama What Doctors Use for Eczema  A soothing combination of oil of Wintergreen, Thymol, and tither healing Ingredients called D. D. D. Prescription is now a favorite -remedy of skin specialist.'! for all skin, diseases. It penetrates the pores, gives instant relief from the most distressing' skin diseases.-J. D. Hlginbotham & do., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement. WITH MAY B. HURST And a Big New York Cast Elaborate Scenic Production NOT PICTURES PRICES: Nights . .. $1.50, $1.00, 76c, 50c Sat. M.at.......$1.00, 75c,/60c Children.................. 25c e CENTS DE� YOUII,DANDRUFFAND STOPSMLINGHAIR Save Your Hair I Make it Thick, Wavy and Beautiful-Try ThitI Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute' evidence of a neglected sculp; of dandruff--that a>vfnl scurf. There is notnlng so destructive trt the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre. Its strength and its,very life; eventually producing a feverish-ness and iteliing of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die-then the hair falls out fast. A. little Dauderlne 11 tonight-=iiow-any ,timo-^will surely.'' save yoiir hair. Get a small bottlo of Knowlton's Danderine. from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first application your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which Is so beautiful. It will become iwayy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance,: an incomparable glosH and softness; but wAat will please you most wlll'be atter'just a few !weeks' use when you will'actually see a lot of fine, downy hair-^^new halr--grow-Ing all over the scalp.--AdvertlBementr 1 EMPRESS i BS Jbafl ^ TONIGHT-TOMORROW = CONTINUOUS FEItPbRMANCE FROM TWO TO ELEVEf4 O'CLOCK.-NO STOPS. THE'PILM DRAMA of THK HOllR- tMIUY STEVENS iM "THE SLACKER" CHEERS>> TEARS, AND PA-TRIOTIC FERVOR THAT WILL THRILL THE SPINE OF THE NATION, ALICE U} HOWELL " Baick Gareer" A HOWLING SCREAM^THREE REELS. London, Fob. U,-Tho Nationalists i'lavo succeeded, after a sharp contest in retaining the parliamentary seat fpr South Armagh, �which wks made vacant by the death of CharlesO'NeJI, who was killed while fighting at the front. P. Donnelly,.Nationalist;- wan elected, J'oceivlng 2,316 vot08.UKatnst 1,0,I,T polled by Dr. 'rhomau McCnrteu, a Slivi Pelner, Tliey Have Brbugbt Relief THflEE YEARS FOR theft' Calgary, J'eb. 5.-F,'IS. WIIbou, a postal clo,rk,,waB sentonood this morning to three years lor theft from tho malls, - ,  i' ' ! ToThouaanda /fl WHY NOT YOU? SU boBoa f�� tMO i3,v "A BEDROOM BLONDER" aTWO REEL COMEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT:AT SEVEN AND NINE O'CLOCK ELSIE FERGUSON, A BEAUTIFUL STAR IN A BEAUTIFUL PHOTOPLAY SIX REELS. ^'Barbai^ Sheep" --i^^^^^^* ''in bUTCN" - "some nurse" Comediea Wednesday �; Thursday, jessel. lasky Presents FANNIE WARD in an unusual PHjOTO.qrama "On ORPReum. Tanlght and'i!|a'lanee of WeeK. ' PrlceSi2Bc-BOe Level �Mi "QloHa's Romance,:' :Utillt(li OurrAflti ut^ Evsnu and Mutt anik Jtff|Q�fntMf �M= 'v .lit \ 1' 10 ;