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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HHDAY, FKHHUARY LETiinnincp DAILY EIERAUJ People's Forum CommuuicaUoNs imaer Uili Ucatl.og must bear Iho blsuaturei o! Ib" IMCREASEO 'ASSESSMENT ON BUILDINGS Xditor or UIP HoraM: yaur Issue ot Doc. ICIh. un- der iiaragraiili ''Caught un itie Hy." II. makes (he filalo- jneBt Dial as a. member o! Iho tcsemcut oiunilttco years ngo lie moved for :in lucroasc oo Ihc assessment of ImiWiugs in order of outsMo inleM located so lliey tvoulJ Jioltl Ihelr 1 perty autl tltclr taxes to the c'lty. And he seems to tlilnk yft (I Is the culy way lu kecji Iho owners of vac- rirojicrly paying-their taxes. U-t U3 seo tho object tlioso hul iu scquirilig properly In the jilace. It uot for tho imrpoie of tccointDg rich through tho Industry imil enterprise of others, namely, the inep were erecting liie buildings? Jf .the city was all vacant lanj the NOW RAISES 800 CHICKENS After Being Reliered of Trouble by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable took E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound for an or- ganic trouble which pulled me down un- till could notput my foot to the floor and could scarcely do ray work, arid as I live on o small farm and raise six hundred chickens every year it made it very bard for me. "1 saw the Com- pound advertised in our paper, and tried it. It has restored my health so I con do ill my work and I ao grateful lhat I am recommend- ing it to my D. if. ALTERS, R. R. 4, Oregon. Ili. Only women who have suffered the tor- tures of aach troubles end have dragged from day to day can realiza ths relief which this famous root and herb remedy, LydiaE. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs. Alters., Women everywhere in Mrs. condition should profit by her recom- mendation, and if there aw any com- plications write E. Pinkhatn'a Medicine Co., Lynn, Maaa., for advice. The result of their 40 years b at your aervica. and would have no Yfiluo ejtopt as a (arm or coal lands, hut meft camu lo liio and ertt'leJ >uHdiuks, others camb and at'-'iuirod tai-yut land mid erected 110 buildings, itiea a boom caiuc and me-u began U >utld horis and there anil the city ho ;att tu ei'road out, tlicn tho iocmcrs Marled lo got In Iliclr work, nc-w'suli- were ylotled, (aMug in the country lor luilea'arounil. aaJ the city reached out and spread its wings over them ami started to lax the lota vac- ant or other waya, .everything was lovely. We wore Roins Id liava mil- by the gcoro lo use u gambler's torni, ihey started to [iass thy buck, and onco In a MhUc a fellow would out 'uud ivin a pot. kept comiiiK in to ihy euinc. men green at would take a hand and uln u vucant lut and BO il went oa, but all llils time were orcctiiig baJWirKs to make bJers ricli. The; fug tbeir taxes and boaiulQg.llie city. Then the city livwy, up the valuation ol property uye-ry- where, the city niujl have liio juoiioy to iroop up U'ltii-tho Our as- nt up lOCo. then The assessor was MARKETS and Livestock WIXXU'KU. 1'eb. lower for May au-1 lower 'or July. Jlarley closed Hie lor May lower for JuJj. closed IJiu iowfcr for May. Markets Ojieu Close May............ July 67'.i liar ley- May......... WL S5H July......... May 31D Cash Prices N'o. 3 No. 3 CAV-.-fiHs ranging to ihtj great New York caU and 'Metropolitan sct-jiii: produe- to vUH tho Mujtrsiir fur two IHT fsrmances tomorrow, Saturday. Feb- ruary li.Ui. dlrci-t from break- ing busiisces In the Only UK- :urgtr cities of western will KCi this attraction following lUe open- ing wrclj in the west nt Use Thf'utre, Wiuoipi-ff Thy toral man- agement absolutely thi> same Ulstingutehe-1 company must au- jiu'jr hero Intact, aud tlie Las- i gagu car ot scenery, iiu-lining a orchard in lull fruit, aui in tho next :i'.-t, Spring, in i- by master directors ilit muat beautiful piece ol itagts tver offered lo the public. Seuia are on eaie now. The ganiblMt were I Estra 1 Feed ...................M'.l y were wlnnlnx auJ fay- No. 2 Feed..55 .Vo, 3 C.W-.-SHi Xo. 4 rtcjecied No. I NAY.C..................3H No. 2 No. CAV...291 Ca'gary Live StocV AT THE MAJESTIC. Tbe Ilegtua papers, comir.tntiiig on Uie perfonnance of Uanunj, the Hyp- notist, say: "Harnum iK- Ilyjmottet has re engaged for Hie whole o.p next at lite Hegtaa Theatre. ThEs engagement i--' owing lo ihc im- mense success anil huge cny.vj3 lhat greeted him last week. It speaks iveU for Daroum whtn it can Lt- said CALGAIIV, Fib. catU-M utter performing Tor'a week. nuking them alt feel Rood Old Urn-jnulrltct Wtis 'Eltong today nl the Saturday night was the largest good spans In Ihe paluiy days be- came poor sports, not pay their lases, and take tbelr IOSSPS. They throw the very men doTvn who were tryius their best lo them rich, the men who had done the build- !ng for iheni, and who siit-.'ered great- CT than vacant 'proper 13' :ttotdcrs in i nuir.hero ol cases'. Thera arc hun- dreds of buildings In our city today that are not brlngtog in cnoupli to fAy taxes, let alor.e Interest or'ileprc- ctatiua, increase the icixts on tlu-ni anil let the gamblers v.-ilh vac- ant lota lura them overdo the city. "The Luro c! ijie WES slroyod. Colonial have for n brand n-.-w filiu nf episode, and it will positively be IIOVVQ ou MosvJay. Tuesday uml .iciJuy or next week. AT STAHLAND, BIG SERIAL ''Wolvos of wliifLi com- :nence> at S'ariand on .'lonihiy or.-t Tuesday. itifft-rvJii from my si1 rift I cvtr iiteviuu.-lv iiriMluf.l. Inblead of u mysit-ry cUanu-KT aii'i a Kirl fa itangirr bt-fiiR tlu' i-hitt mo- tive- pf (he story, as is often Uio case with eerlals in (Tnti'aJ. we Jjavo in. "Wolves of Kuluir" a grippiug nar- rative of the manu.-r in whicii a beau- tiful Amerkan girl folia. and brings to jus'.Ece band of slimy, venomous creatures spy upon war activities of our government, who bribe and cheat and lie anil'kill in order lo servo the master of their foul auJ most unnatural monster gcc-s ny name of e. name stands for all that is the worst in autocracy and ''Wolves of KuStur" is not a war lihn. Hm. it is crammed fuH ot 100 cent. which will make. Iho sji on the edges ot their and stunts wh'c-h maVe you in ys to the daring an.l of the ueloift who thus live-3 in onJtcr to give risli', seaihlance ol reality to ihe auihor'.T ciMictptioii ot what n. serial oughi 10 b.-. Marion I'olk AngeUotti. a well- known wrote Thi- Firefly ot whk-h ran as a. In the i SiturJay Kventns h1 Margaret Turriljull mmlc ii iiuo u JILC- lure, anil Paramount has Rlvt-u ii to tho public wlih Wallace Hei'l UP the star supported by Ann Little a capable company, lUrectd] by Don- ald Crisp. This s-tory concerns the ot a youn? American who becomes entangled in (he mesht'3 ot a CJermau lilot "somewhere In France" autl ai same time wins tlie love ot a beautiful girl; not, however, until he has trustralul plans ot Ihft spies. Eccureil imporunt payers obtained the Hermans by Firetly, an aviator, and turned them over lo tho 1 allies, it is a tlirilUug tale, timely and eutertaiultig throughout. -Tho Firefly of will be the feature at Starlaad tonight' and to- uiorruw. to stutf making from pleasure, very often mixed with a lit- tle" Scotch. Then something happen- ed, it efuulil have iieen tho police, but tho war broke iip Iho game, thou ths lo heifers niatle up to stockera not inuoh in tvfdtncR. sold nl for sctccts, 2C5 head of cattle had been reported at 1.30 p.m.- AT THE COLONIAL. THE FIRST CANADIAN V. C. and brokers lo the Bank of Kng- land. tbereio "by !Jio [jsrt L'JHRfdians have taken in Mr. Mulie: The men who erected the" buildings greater in a great many eases haJ to borrow ha? lnroush sir" Edmund Walker. Uic money tu hniffl with, and they not, of tho Canadian Bank ot onlyliave to nay life interest, hut in i commerce, preaeiilcd to the Ciinaiiiau numbers of CSEOS arc r.aying on an Collection of Mtwen- assessed valuation of seven times Iho jors tjie Victoria Cross, Edward V1L vnluo ot tho lot the building stands on. coronation medal and Queen's South realize now the great mistake African Medal with 4 bara (Natal, Or- tnaile through the hooniing of value- As it wan only possible to borrow the [money v'e did, through the baoin val- ues, to make so many necessarj' iin- jirovements. We also realize >ve have passed through a hard trying period in tin- Free State. Ilelfast, South awarde.t to'Sergi. A. H. U. Hith- anUun, of Strathcona's anil a member ot thft BILLY BURKE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT One of tlie most elaborate and iic'iislvo photoplavB ever produced is feen at liie Colonial Theatre- tonight :intl Saturday. k U !s estimated to have cuse over 1200.000 to produce. Tht) Co- lonial inanaseint-nt. sesurtrtl this altractlou fl greatly incKased cost, but keeping with the colonial pol- icy, it will he" shown at ihc regular price.-'. Colonial management not juggle the prices of admission. Assisting Miss llillle llurke in the production are Charles [Jay, the Paramount star, and William Desmond, the Mutual star. An exceedingly funny Century Com- _ ___ Horse, jpdy in two featuring the tun- I niC'St woman in the world. Allot west Mounted I'olioo from Muy 7, 1S94 Hoiveil. will 'be added to the program. Tlsta comedy is "In fourth (fie smashing serial. Xovember 12, 1907., We that Mr. Mullens ot- and will not of laughter. anelng the city, but Ihe worst 3s fer is hfing gratefully acteiitcil. The! Giving (a an express car fire j aMy yet (o come-. Great changes tndusutfulntss and generosity which j have to be, made (o enable the work-1 prompted his action will certainly be Ing man to live here anil nay his appreciated by the peojilc ol Canada. taxes and rates to the city and Hvo Sergt. A, u', IlichardEon won the besides. 1 am not writing this letter y. c. on July 5, at Wolve Spruit, a personal protest on the ihcreas-! uerxr Stanilerton, when SS of his regi- cd assesstneut on buililinga. I will ment were engaging SO oi the enemy. I gladly pay my just taxes as long as i After the order to retire bail been I am able, vacant property IncludeiK (given, Sergt. Hiehardson roJo back un- j hut .there are hunrfredo of onr cili-' der a heavy fire to pick un a wouuiled to an increase 'on the as-1 trooper who had been bit in places WALLACE REID THE FIREFLY OF FRANCE" sessraent of become an extra burden, "and any system lhat will let an owner turn his vacant pro- perty over to the city for taxes if ho worth them, is decidedly wrong. Yours truly, OLIVER, REVOKE. THEM OTTAWA. sesson of scarcity in produce is almost over and or supplies be ami Ins horse shot, mid rode with the man lo a place of safely. As the first Canadian lo win tho V.C. Sergt. of Liver- presented by his fellow-Can- ailians with a gift ot ''STATE OF AFFINITY" on and as tho prices in the United iaul -in SI tcsfov produce have dropped to the tiuadian level, thus controlling profits (v he uevvr vVoman Aged 29 Hypnotized 17-Year Old Boy, Latter' Claims NEW YORK, Feb. A. manufacturer of mus- spices, 23S Front street, i-1 :J EMPRESC .......TODAY AND TOMORROW "Its a Golrfwyn Picture" Mabel Normand POSTAL WORKERS' OFFICERS MAGEL NOftMAND PECK'S BAD ClfiP Pictures Al Ihe Empress Tonljjlit onUcn when f1'? twelve yearjj my senior. Sho liad I-'eli. Chilian "ie SererUi, of Victoria, was elected nrca- "That was in lo my We'H ot the Amalgamated Postal filler's in Allisny, Illinois, and Workers at their convention hero to- aaked mo (o drive her to her home. day. J. A. ElWcti, ol Winnipeg, was liolorc. we rcp.elieil our destination she chcsen secretary-treasurer. her anu3 around me while Provlticial' vics-presitleuiH are: V. alllin? in the bussy and besan lo Knowlcs, Vancouver; 0. BDOllunan, ting and kiss She was the first Calgary; E. Jliley, Saskatoon; B. IL.woinan who hart shown me M AT THE EMPRESS TODAY Peck's Bad Girl" By Tex Chnnvaio. Directeil by Qiarlcs Olljlyii. Tlie slory of the scauip ami' tlic city vamp. COMMENCING MONDAY AND TUESDAY Button. Winnipeg; Arthur. A. 1-6gan, Port The convention will be continued tomorrow. "And was your i ftsked the courl. jMOTrtER BASCOM AND HER PEACHES IN'TURN TO THE 4ft.T THE MAJESTIC SATUROAY, "I thought i( was tho grandest ihing tliat ever rc'ponrted Lnsk. The declared that (he de- fondant hatl promised to marry her after n year's courtship and that she made preparations for a wedding and left Clinton, Illinois, where she lived, in 1SS2, while wailing lo gt> lo St. where Ihe weddiiis ceremony, as-sho supposed, was to he performed W7icn she met Ihc defendant, slio said, .Ihey In live together as man nnd.wife without the "formality" ol a religloua or civil ceremony. "Wo came to New- York in 1000. and were always known as Mr. ami Mrs. she testified. "In Ihe fall of 1907 he began to abuse me, and 1 was compelled lo live alone in one room, tearing lo go mil for fear he would kill It "Turn lo tho wllh its home- ly philosophy, Its evcry-rfny folk, its atmosphere of domesticity nml Its ex- position of mother love, has Song since- proved lo the world that the public Tvill support a comedy clean- cut and wholesome- Playing twice tioforo President Wilson and luree weeks ago before His Ejcollcncy Cue ot Devonshire In Ottawa, "Turn i to tho Kiijht" Is Uio one big New) York success at the moment touring' western Canada fn to the Pa- cific coast. Knowing full well Ibo vaiuo ot this preat Mtrflctlon, Manager Krown of the Majejltc ThKilro must fee! od at Uio success he has liaJ In ar- MrUtMIt Tomorrow, Feb. 15 Matinee at 2.iO First Tour After One Solid Year on Broadway WINCHELL SMITH AND j. J, GOLDEN'S SUPREME- COMEDY SUCCESS TO THE RIGHT Comedy Will Live York Sun. Presented by the inmt Briniint Alt-Stir Cast after A special performance before tho Duke of record His Majetty's, WlUon Saw It Twitt, i ScAta on Sale Now. Evening 75c, SOo Matlnei 50s to EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY FIFTEEN EPISODES. THE GREAT PATHE SERIAL. LEAH BA1RD IN A THRILUNG, SMASHING PATHE SERIAL' "WOLVES OF KULTUR" Continuous Performance From Z to tt p.m. Monday and Tuetday COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY ONE OF THE SCREEN'S GREATEST OFFERINQS THOS. H. INCH PRESENTS DEt-IQHTfUL MISS BILLIE BURKE SUPPORTED BY WILLIAM DESMOND AND A SUPERB CAST IN THE PRODUCTION OF. IN SIX PARTS PEGGY SPECIAL ORCHESTRAL SCORE Colonial Theitro management have secured tliis mag- ultlconl attraction at a expense, but, in. keeping withitha Colo'nlarThcatrc iiolity, H will lie shown fll ilegnlar Prices. By stcailily rntrontsing the Colonial yon .will always be assured'of n "square deal." We are proiul to endorso 100 per.cont. photoplay. ON THE SAME PROGRAM Alice Howellin "In Dutch" The Funniest Woman in the World in Jler Xewcst I.ausilng Seosation. SPECIAL KIDDIES MATINEE SATUROAV MYSTIC- Wed Jeb. 18 Laugh! Here He Comes! Laugh! THEKIHGOFFUNMAKERS THC CHEAT BARNUM WORLD'S, ONLY RECOONISSD HYPNOTIST In His Own Original of Hypnosis, Mental MasWry ProfQnr.d Psychological Eiperlmenls. An' BuhlbUlon ol Scientific That Stsnda la, .tic Annals o( Modern ScKmce. A Thousand Without a Tear, LAUGH PRICES; .H.M, TScTStc UUCH SPECIAL CONSULTATION MATINEE FOR ONLY .THURSDAY AFTERNOON, ;