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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 3,1.913 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Pago 7 orris theatre At 8.30 p.m. - MISS VEKN A FELT ON -Anfl the Allen riaycrs will Present- ly eg era! You will enjoy this one PRICES : : : : 25c, 50c.,, 75c. Theatre Box Office Open from 10 a. m. daily. ALDERSYDE IMS TO GET MAIL EXCHANGE SO WRITES SUPT. DAVIDSON TO SECRETARY OF ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE AJESTIC THEATER 3 Nights, Commencing Jan. 6th SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF 'CORBIN/ Ik Human Dynamo SUPPORTED ])Y -AN ELECTRIC COMPANY OF TALENTED ASSOCIATES IN- AN EVENING OF MYSTERY, ENTERTAINMENT and MIRTH POPULAR PRICES Reserved Seats now on Sale at Kenny & Allin's Drug & Book Store J TODAY'S 8PLENDID WEEK-END PROGRAM INCLUDES: - "Pamela's Parly" GREAT DRAMA-See the Wreck of the Boat Express "A Temperamental Husband" -AND- "The Deacon's Troubles" TWO VOLCANOS OF LAUGHTER IN FULL ERUPTION liie Dreamers | An entertaining Story, told with a Wealth of Detail, amid Scenes that fit the Action to a nicety. ewriter REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER AND OTHER MAKES. || Latest models; visible writing. i i Nearly new. Taken in ex-! > change for Underwoods. Your : J choice. ' Gaumont's Weekly' Latest World's News in Motion Miss Ethel Williams ""HE SINGING DOLL" IN LATEST SONG HITS United Typewriter Co. Limited. HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE : : : : :- : ? �> > *** : * > : DISASTER IN SOUTH AFRICA Capetown. Jan. 3.-Seven men were killed, and several others fatally injured toy an explosion this morning at De Beers' dynamite 'works, in the town oC Somerset. The eight towns on the Aldcrsytle-' Lethbridge branch having postoilices will have an interchange of mails hereafter, thus avoiding the sending of mail to cither the Calgary or LethbridRC etui of the branch for sorting and returning, which makes a delay of at least one day. At the request of several of these towns the Associate Board of Trade took up the matter of improving the mail service with Superintendent of the Railway Mail Service G-. D. Davidson, of Calgary, and suggested that it might be advantageous to establish a railway postoflice on the branch, especially as the Canadian Pacific was arranging to put on a double train service the first of March. Superintendent Davidson, in a letter to Secretary W. D. Finlay, of the Associate Boards, points out that the several towns having post offices now have a daily exchange of malls w'th both Calgary and Lethbrldge, and some of them have a pouch interchange between stations, and while the business is increasing in the interchange service, it does not warrant a railway post office Ori the trains, and he will extend the inter-change pouch system to every station making a request for it at once. This, he states, will give the towns on the Aldersyde branch nearly as good a daily service as wouid be ou-tnined from a railway office on each train. Supt. Davidson further reports that he has had no complaints recently of mail being delayed under the present conditions on the Aldersyde route, and promises to immediately remedy any delays that are brought to his attention and give his best endeavors to improve the mail service between Lethbridge and Calgary and the intermediate towns. BONAR LI IS IN HOPELESS MINORITY ON TARIFF POLICY o- Only Seventeen Followers Support Him in Food Taxing Propaganda TROUSERS WILL MO ER BE STYLE CHINESE CABINET HAS PRESCRIBED RIGID FC3M OF DRESS FOR- MEN AND WOMEN : ? > * * > J, L. BLAIKIE'S ESTATE Toronto, Ont., Jan. 3.-The estate of the late John Lang Blaikie was probated this morning. The inventory shows a total estate of $214,601. All of it goes to tho family except $2,000 bequeathed to chariiy. WILL FACE THE JURY Prince Albert, Sask., Jan. 2.-Adam Fish, who is accused by the coroner's jury of shooting and causing the' death of Wm. Porter, in the woods, on December 8, will have to auawer to a charge of manslaughter, on January (>. The . Attorney-General at Regina has Instructed that the cas>e' be continued. INSPECTOR SAGE RESIGNS' Wm. Sage, inspector of the teth-bridge Municipal Railway, has t�n-J dered his resignation, to take effectt. about the middle of the month'. Hls|! successor has not yet been appointed,. TO TAKE A HOLIDAY' J. H. McDonnell, city electrician, leaves tomorrow morning for the East, and will shortly for Ireland to spend a couple of months. During his absence, George Notley, of the electrical inspection department of the city of Calgary, will fill his position. TO QUALIFY AS OFFICERS Nine men of the 25th Battery, C.F. A., left this afternoon for Kingston, where they will talis a special six weeks' course in artillery service, fit ting themselves for officers' positions .j..i. whole souled condemnation of the Times and Daily Mail for themselves given a whole souled condemnation of food tax. Today tariff papers make much of an article in the Montreal Star declaring the belief that sooner or later Britain might impose a tariff on products which Canada supplies and exempt the Dominion. On the other hand there is a statement to hand from Ottawa today affirming once more that Premier Borden is as strongly convinced as Sir Wilfrid Laurier that the Canadian ministers should not interfere in domestic politics here. fr =3� w O CO   I CO c British ambassador, among others ol note. SATURDAY CIALS Men's Black and Tan Bluchers-�r Regular 14.50 and #5.50, for ..... $O.Qd ALL FELT BOOTS- Price...... ....... WOOL SLIPPERS- Price............. $1.35 75c Get in on these, as they will surely,cost more shortly. RUBBERS and OVERSHOES, OVERGAITERS & CARDIGANS in all sizes an J prices* Keep Your Feet Dry t J. NELSON & Co. Sherlock Block Week-End at Starland Several attractive offerings are being shown on the week-end programme at Starland today. Foremost on the bill Is a melodramatic story, "Pamela's Party," an English production, in which 1b shown the wreok of the Dover Express. The plot is vivid and exciting, and la portrayed by a cleverly ohosen cast oi players. Two gloom dlspellers will be found in "A Temperamental Husband," and "Tie; Deacon's Troubles," a pair of bright comedies of high order. Gauriiont's "Weekly Gazette" is included ia the programme, and gives the latest world's news In motion pictures. A refined dramatic feature, "The pream-�ers," completes the bill, and with Miss Ethel Williams, the "singing d�H>" rendering the latest sqng hit, Star-land's week-end programme is well up to its UBual good standard, O 9 * "The Deep Purpla" At the Morris Theatre last night before an appreciative audience the Allen Players. -presented once again the stirring drama, "The Deep Purple." Miss Feltou, in the role of Kate Fallow, played her part with great spirit, her imitation of the "Bowery vernacular bringing forth mueh merriment, and also won for her loud applause on several occasions. Miss Hudlers again delighted the audience with her singing. ; The Allen Players will produce a stirring drama of the New York underworld tonight, entitled "The ftfr generation," and on Saturday night the comical farce "The Widow from Tokio." For Sale Or Exchange Automobile 45 Horse power, nearly new Grand Piano Large size, nearly new. 1 Mahogany Grandfather'* Clock With Chimes, hew Mahogany Regent The library (table that play's, sings and talks; new. Will sell at a bargain or exchange for city property. .... -APPLY- A. SOUTHARD CITY . 1 BIG RUSH ON PARCELS POST Han Francisco, Jan. 2.-San Francisco's post office Is swamped with matter consigned to the new parcels post. So great has been the demand for stamps that the $475,000 requlsi-*�: tion made at the outset is already reaching exhaustion, and Postmaster Fislte Issued an order today, limiting sales to $20.00 to any one person or firm until urgent telegrams to Washington bring fresh supplies. M A BLUE F Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 13 8 6 Careful and phompt service.  t SPANISH POLITICAL PARTY QUITS BECAUSE OF RECENT CHANGES IN GOVERNMENT Madrid, Jan. a.-Practically all the Conservative senators and deputies have resigned their seats/following the. lead of Senor Maura, their .leader^ who announced that he purposed to retire from public life. The resignations .are attributed to vexation at the solution of th� cabinet crisis in favor of the liberals. It Is believed that ail the Conservative members of provincial and municipal councils throughout the country also will resign. The Epoea, the Conservative organ, declares the resignation of the members of parliament were ha'nded In because they were convinced' that it was impossible for the Conservative party either to collaborate with tho present government or to assume power until the Liberal party radically modified its political methods. Premier Romanones told Interviewers today that he greatly regretted Senor Maura's resignation and. 'would do his. utmost to Induce hlm^ to reconsider his decision to retire* from public life. > ,-; la a letter in the Bpoca, Senor, Ro-' manpnes explains that, i he ciown did not consult with him before settling the recent cabinet crisis and sa?s that the financial disorder, hrcugbt about by'the disastrous management of the Liberals as wsJJ as1 fchfl indulgence of the goveromeJA' towards Jlte ^publfe, can>; co8Btjfttf�i"{t gyav� 'passer to the"toon^rctyy'. " '. , �?....... SHERIFF ,WA8 -AfcLgEP/ Brunswick, iGa., Jan. 2.~*lt, sjras seated on reliable authority here tor day that Wm. Rockefeller, vwho is wanted by the Congressional process servers, is stopping at apartments ia this city. together-,wlth his innaediate family. It was^Bald tha,t^Mr.aaiaawas