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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucsilay, "Jb'ebriiary 18,1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtP Pagre 3 ,today, "The Mosaic Law" (Two Reels) "The Misliken lasher'' �ThejStartdai'dl.Hand Colored 'Ihe I)ea*i)utwilter � i Comedy tomorrow watch for . 1 "THE STRUGGtE'^ A M6Nf.ter two REEIi' SENSATiON Goiliihg-"THE MASSACRE" starCANd stakes its reputation on this, the gbeat-vest. feature ever produced EAN'S MOTION VOTED Conservative Members all Stood Valiantly by Sir Rodolphe Forget Morns Theatre To-night "Sundered Ties" "Just a Woman" \ POWERS 'I ^^Half Shot" "HOVV^iNED GOT HIS RAISE'? MR._ CEO. E. FLEMING tlit> baritone . THE'MORRIS. ORCHESTRA Under direction of-Prof. Veslock PRICES: 10c and 15c. Monarch Theatre TONIGHT Monster Double Program "OUSTERS LAST FIGHT" In Three Repis A guaranteed production. Positively the best war picture ever shown. "AURORA FLOYD" A Drama in Two Reels from the book,. by Miss Braddon AT THE FOOT OF THE LADrJER- A Story fle Luxe" Also Two Excellent; CpVnedles 15c : : ; : : 25c. WAIPSONIINE Steamship and Railway Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on tliis side, and forwarded to your family or friends. Our way of handling this business Is impossible to beat. Your passengers will receive full Instructions. We ad-vfBe you when they, will reach their destinations. RATES THE. VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS EVERY WEEK For. full information see steamship and railway agents, . Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent. 445 Main Street Winnipeg, Man. CURES COUGHS &COLDS NATURAL GAS GO. SEMI \ GOWLEY .BOY WAS . SERIOUSLY INJURED NIMRpD COWLEY THROWN FROM RIG-SUFFERED CONCUSSION OF. THE BRAIN WINNIPEG IS OFFERED SHARE OF PROFITS ON THIRTY AND -FIFTEEN CENT GAS \^ Winnipeg, Man., Fgb. I?.-Eastern capitalists represented"^by^ C^ais: ' H. Majis'ur, Winnipeg, toda,y''"-llVibis),itte.d. a proposition to the oity.council ^ -for supplying natural .gais. they are -developing'in a field witnitt the. prpyiiice at the fdlloWing prices: V . "Thirty cents per-thousand:. cubj^c,-teot for domestic use; twenty cents for ga.s engine, and fifteen.cents ..for manufacturing." It. the .company undertakes distribution it -will . turn' over fifteen per cent. oJ net'profitstto the city and twentyrfive per' cent, -if the ci1;y elects to distribute. The company has spent, considerable sufns in developing, and is. prepared 'tip invest three hundred.^ thousand, more. The present price of domestic g^s is $1.35. Cowley, Feb. IS.-Niiiirod, tlie 12-year-old son. of. Mi;.., find Mrs. W. C. Robin-son, met wjMi' a very serious accident on Saturday. While driving from town to his home .with some furniture he was, thrown from the wagon, the wheel passing over his body and head.. After lying about two, hours, he was picked up by NEW ZEALAND'S ACIi THRILLED THE WORLI London, Feb. 17.-Earl Gtfeyftpoke eloquently today at > the Canadian club luncheon given in honor of tlon. H. .J. AJleu, New Zealand Minislier Ottawa, Feb. 17.-Parliament expects to experience a somewhat unusual thrill oil Tuesday when, if he obeys the summons, R. Gr. Miller, ' president of the l3iamond Light and Heating company oC Montreal, will appear at the bar of the commons to explain why he declined to answer questions put to him by the public accounts conwuiittEe. Mr. Miller told the committee that a tew years ago he spent $"11,000 in trying to secure $117,000 worth of business from the government, but that none of the money went to any one connected with the government or tlie public service. He declined to tell the committee, how he-spent the-money and will now havo an opportunity of explaining the matter to the house. The penalty for not doing so is supposed, to he conlinement in the tow-ftr of parliament. Only in a few instances have people been summoned to the bar of the commons. The last case was that of E. Cing Mars, member of the parliamentary press gallery, who made statements about Geo. B. Foster to which the latter took exception. On the third reading oi the bill, to increase the capitalization of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation company, W. F. Maclean's amnendnvjnt setting forth that the company should receive tlie consent of the ra'ilway bc.ard before increasing its capital was further discussed. At six o'clock a vote "Was taken, the amendment receiving the support of Mr. Maclean and thirty-five members of the opposition in the house at the time. Seventy-five members to the right of the spealjer voted against it, making majority of 39 in favor of the third reading. � In the evening, Hon. Mr. Emerson spoke in support of a measure calling for a further inquiry into thd qiiestion of express charges, .He. asked that the railroad coiiduct another inquiry ttto the question of express;' charges. He asiced'that the railroad conduct another inquiry covering period of ten years, urging the present .higlL.profits of the company -as a reason, why,.the rates charged should be the subieet ofa rigid inquiry. BIJOU THEATRE The House of Select Photo Plays Features All This Week TONIGHT "THE LAST PERFORMANCE" The Greatest Dramatic Picture Ever Produced in Two Reels. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "RUBE MARQUARD" The Famous New York Pitcher in the Most Exciting Baseball Story Ever Told FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A Splendid Two Reel Subject "THE RED MAN'S HONOR" Replete with Interest and Excitlrig Episodes -PATHE'S WEEKLY- ,,. Moat Interesting and Educational-^The World In Motion. "THE LITTLE INDIAN MARTYR A Pathetic Story of Indian Faith -TWO EXCELLENT COMEDY SUBJECTS- SURE TO AMUSE -SHE'S A PIPPIN'"-- ... ... A Screaming Comedy-Poor Lady "BILLY BOGGS' WINDFALL" A Day's Outing-Two Mirth Producers of Merit PRICES: Matinee and Evening. 15c and 10c. BOXES 25c. Matinee: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Y SPEN SESSION ON liO Busy NE WORK ERSK MR w m CHARGED WITH pURNING PLANT .WITH VIEW TO COLLECTING, INSURANCE. a neighbor, Jas. Bennett. Dr. Donald, \iian"in7tTtutr," r'jVI^ ' -:- beauty, to the hair ,ancl'. 1^ thv^^ljes^t Almost everyone kdows that Sage remedy'for dandruff,' dry, iteverisli, Tea and Sulphur, properly compound- itchy scalp and to stop falHng^Jhalf. ed, brings back the-natural color and Folks like "Wyeth's Sag'e-.Bii,4'lStir-lustro to the hair when faded,, strealc--pltur" because no ohd"'''c^ii-pbAtl^eJy ed or gray; also cures dandruff, itch- tell that you:darken(id;you?:j;ha}r,-as it Jng scalp and stops faning hair. Years does it �so naturially afi'dlevoily, p&fk a agotheonly --'^ ........."'------ i..-"."- f way to get tlilgi .mixture wellrknown.. downtown idriigglSliA'IXdiji was to make it at noma, which is mus- dampen a sponge or "soft" briista and By and troubleBome draw it through your hair, tateliig\pne Nowadays skilled chemists do this, small strand'at a tlBae.'''This reqmria better than ourselves. By asking at but a few moments, by morning-tlie any drug, store for the ready-to-use, gray hair'disappears^ .and 'after.,an- lu-oduct-Called "Wyeth's Sage and other application'or t%yo'ls reBto:;6d'.,to. . , , , - ..-�-��nr Sulphul-''Italr Remedy"-you will get its )iatural,c,olQr,and.looks^ev,pn',^oi;l3 .Oceanic,.9ftnalB. A motion to'tab\^;i| la lai go bottle for about eo cents Some beautiful and glpBsy than ^evar Agents ^"'ricd 7 tD 2 Ssnrtprs Bna^cso, ," .' ' druggists make their own but it's'J. D. Hlginbotham & Company, . H Page and Peroy Bupported it Chicago, Feb. 17.-r-Frederick W, Buokinster, secretary of the Northwestern Car Co.,l arrested la Windsor, Ont, yesterday, who is said to be implicated in the operations, of the "arson trust," was arraigned before 'Mun Icipal .Tudge Scully' today on charges of arson and burning to defraud. The cases were continued until Febiniary 27, and the court fixed the bonds at $00,000.^ � The charges against BuckinsteT grew out of an alleged incendiary-fire at the plant of 'the Northwestern Car \'Jo,.May 22, lail. Mo.rrls Friedmann, president of the 'company. Was arrested a week ago on a charge of arj&on in connection with the same fire. .TOi day a r warrant, charging him with burning to defraud, was sworn out before .Tudge Scully and Priedmann later surrendered In open court. N STAFFORDVILLE Siaffordvllle is In a pickle over-its boundaries. 'Stafford says their boundaries take In Mine Centre. Some iither people say it comprises nothing north of the northern boundary .j)f the s.e. Vi of 7. The provincial government has written the city assessor that, while Mine Centre subdivision is 'not Included, all the rest of the n.e. M_ ,of 7, east of the spui; to No. .6 is In th^ city, and'tlje taxes collected on It are, therefore, legal. �VtIiIs still leaves Soafford'VIUagO'In; an, unienviable position as regardstitaxi escolleoted on Mine Cen(*e property, but the sum which may have to'be'jre-turned is not nearly go large as 'was; at first mentioned. It will not now amount to mo'rc than $700 probably. STAND' BY' TAFT 'POLICY Washington, Feb., 17.-fienatOT Root's proposed amendment to,tho Panama Canal law to,repeal the pro; vision gl.vlng fi;ec, passage to American.'coastwise ships wad rejectee^ today by the'Senate.qomiBitlee of Intei> What Was Done After Herald Went to Press on Monday the YESTERDAY'S COUNCIL SUMMARIZED Gave bylaw to raise $45,000 of city'.s share of 1912 local Improvements first and second reading, and set polling day for March 14. Gave bylaw setting forth new and' larger superassesamcnt area first and second readings. �Passed bylaw to raise $100,000 voted upon some time ago, giving it its third reading. Accepted Pa'rfc Superintendent MitchelJ's resignation with regret. Decided that the Board of Health.j^was right in its contention ttiat it should not pay more than $1250 for the Reid street house, ,A win for the Board of Health.*  "I Passed motion unanimously to buy 281 instruments for the band at a cost of $1500, thus relieving the citiisena of paying subscriptions. Rebated taxes on St. Andrews church. North Leth-bridge amount-./ing .to about $30 f'p'r 1912. Once, more referred the much talked of; salary increases to the committees affegted for report to council. Decided to carfty firemen and , policemen on diityntree on the sti^et" cars "tor th's'tShie belngr. " Turned oyer tol.the city solicitor for report and' advice the various claims for refund of taxes on the famous elRhty acres in dis-ipute in North Lethbrldge. For the arhount of routine business disposed of yesterday the city council hung up a record which will stand for sometime. Three bylaws were dealt with, that passed by the ratepayers some time ago raising. $100,000 being glven-^lts final reading. Another will be voted on on March. 14, providing for $45,000, the dltferenice in the total ot the-city's share of 1913 local improvements and the $100,000 already voted., The new debenture' issue will carry five per cent, interest. In connection with matters financial, the city has not yet signed the agreement submitted by the Bank of Montreal, whereby the latter are appointed fiscal agents for Lethbrldge. ,In the meantime the bank officials have notified the council that they win retiuire one-quarter of one per cent, instead of oiie-elghth of one per cent, for handling the bonds in the future. On motion of, Aid. Skeith the secretary was instructed to write the bank that one-eighth of one per cent, is considered " high . enough, 'even though other municipalities do pay more, Tlie estimates of the parks department as published in the. Herald yesterday 'were referred to the Parks and Boulevards committee.' These were the only estimates received at yesterday's meeting. The salary increases brought down last week were left in the same position. 'Mayor Hardie said however that he.had heard a great deal of objection to granting the. proposed Increases, and asked that the finance committee be given a chance to say something about It when the various committees make their recommendations. He alBO said that he had heard that the heads of departments were reducing the wages of outside men; while recommending Increases for the men on the department staff. This he thought should be looked'into carefully. The mayor was appointed 'to adt with . the secretary of the board ofr trade to make arrangements for the seBslon of the Grain ^gommlsslon t6 be held.in the city on March 13, The Terrill Floral Co; asked if they coiild have 'th� council's assurance, that: water 'would be flonnected with their new, greenhouses -in North liO'th-"bTidge-hy-June 1. The qlty engineer will bie asked to report on the matter. H�; will also report on.;several petitions for water, sidewalks and'sewers presented "at . yeaterday'ev , meeting. Moflt'?of the extensions asked 'tor.are lHViNorth Lethbrldge,. ;�.)_ ^ 'T. ^.�}Jtft'W8on;of; London, aid Vajar; i^co'tiver is' have secured a great feature; entitled; v,^ "The Starbucks," with the well kno\yn ; dramatist, Ople Read, in the title role i : of Jasper Starbuck, ,, Head this column tomorrow, for fuU,^' details of this splendid feature. , ,    , ' At Starland , . ^ ' An excellent four-reel ^programme,^j, is being shown at Starland today,- tU^:f; '"aS leading attraction on which , is "4The(|^,^ Mosaic Law," one of the best two-re.el",^ ic.^ features seen liere for,some,tIme.',*'lD['ji'*^| this picture som-e wonderful scenes,* '"Ma oi a desert sand storm a're seeji,, i^.-^^' '^is termlngled with the most daring plpty^/ yet attempted In motioni pictures.^ - '|. On the same bill are also. �belnSfi' -shown two of the popular Mable Njprv'^ ^^p^ mand comedies, entitled "The -MlV'i' HUNTER PR07.EN TO DEATH wltted.," comedies in which the dalntyi.''> little Mabel is seen to good &dykp" tage. ^ P m Miss Amy Lawrance, the charmlne,* ^' soprano, also sings "My Alplnc Girl,*-*'*', In her Inimitable manner,' whilst .'tl^',"" Metapedia, P.Q., Feb, 17.-A hunter, named Emll Plante, was frozeB to death In, the woods near'here a 'f�w days ago. With a friend, he. had gone on au expedition. His friend went through the ice while crossing-a creek and it was decided that; the. party should - retui'n. As Plants did nojt reach home, a search party went out and found him dead In the middle-of a road with his snowshoes still on. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance l^olici^s or other valuables in one of tJiese boxes, 'roR rnniwsR nwoBjiATioN Am-K to Lethbrldge'Branch/- . C G.K.N6tirse. Mgr. balance of .-the programme' igs-a'dm; ably sustained by "The Sta'nda'rd," oHit^-f of the.aplendld Gaumoht hand-coI6rScilF''l''l dramatic portrayals^' '� �'--'�^r-^i^mr, .'! X The majiagement announce'. thatlth'^K^j-^S dates have been sat f or - the" shawA ing at Starland of the phehdme^amS^'�'.t .ture "The!.'.Massaore;'^:-whlfcifl'Ipf^l?S questionably the greateBt''Rcc6m'^l^''i�:i^^^|^ ment of motography. ' ^'y'iWi' print; works D.ESTROYEo'/'^l Trenton. N.X. Feb,'; 17.-^Fiiiefto^�l destroyed the;:Colum^Ia-;Print:;fmriiSM at MontyiUe,,. two, miles-'from s-hw^"^*^ with a loss o1:,,$76,0;Q00., An.areii$� more than, two acres was bumed'fty Get Busy! : Six. room house, on 50 x 126 f^et, 12th St., near  11 Vitni o S6uth, $4,000.00 baU III I' ' $500' -cash, month. 1%. ' - .Clear Title $19 0 The Dowsley - Mulharn; . >Uii�o.;. -MerlocicBlttg^.-rttSfi m 29 09 65 ;