Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 19U THE LETHBRIDGE OAILY PAGE THREE SHERMAN THEATRE TO-NIGHT Tuesday and Wednesday _ BETTER THAN EVER 5 Musical MacLareDs 5 Gee. Leonard the tand O' Clfees. Charming Singing Comedienne SVctch ..stjg, FOUR OF- THE WORLD'S BEST PHOTO PLAYS MATINEE, DAILY AT 2.30 p.nt ISc. antf tOc. EVENING it 7 and 9 p.m., Adults 3Sc; Children A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION lain! ai per acre Jf tUclr property wore assessed to pay for foweru lu set to ilit; prcperty sold at jwr acre. In view of tfie above: I That IK-Itiuy's Umlted be re- j quired lu show iTial they iiftve IKJ'SPS- of tlm ['ropyriv before tht sewer j uiLesiioii the Henderson Park; Its further coiwiderM. 19- Tliat IWany's Limlied be giv Jen id u Eland thai wheii ibey are That Mr. SheUcn tie ayyoiuled I a jiosiiiua to guarantee thc-Ir ven- j Commission Dis- penses With High Salaried Officia (Conlfautd From Kionl Page) Chief ini Li5-cr Ir.specior to perform 'Ji-j duties re- quired by Title XX. of the I-ethbrldge City Charter at a salary of per month. 10. That a Police Commission com- I-oEcd of tlie Major, Judge Jackson and CSLOU McMiUea. lo serre without bo established under (yy) of Title XXIV. or Uio Lethbrhlge Ciiy L> barter, shall be empowered to draw up police rules and regulations shall go into effect irnen Uie council have approval Uift mayor a tame. 31. That Dr. DeVeber be given appointment of Eanllary Health Ofll- rer lo perform ibe duties required by the Prorir.cial Health Act, nl a salary or J100 per mouth. 12. Thst -Mr. Hardy be given tlic flTipoinlment ae Chief of tbe Fire De- partment a salary of month. 12. That the tar roll be left as it Tvas In 1913 excepting the addition, of neu- buildings, and that notices bo got- ten out Tor a tax payment hi Jimo with a discount as well as hi Seiilem ber or October. K That in riew of the large defaV t-allon in payment of 1913 tancs acd tho iraposElbilltv of meeting the city's fiscal requirements the money due on. tares, distraint proceediags ha entered upon as soon as possible Tor the coTlfcctitir. of back taxes. That the following circular no tlce bfi sent to alt civic Tiho may be affected by tht! re-organ- ization of ttie city staff: "Dear Sir or Madam Us the case roay are -hereby coUflod tbal after the last day of February, ]''14, your services will not be reQUir- liy the city, unless on or be Tow thai date. Yours truly, hat tho rhv -.vlll make urovlsion for ft on Uie city's industrial site, j if the present aite !s not feasible, with seu-cr, water, light and power. '.iO. -After considerable discussion. letter from Dr. Spencer, and a mealing vrlth a conitniUee from the W. T. U., the council put tte foUowing ou lite mlnula book: "That tlic council oi tho City of I.elhbriiige recommend Ibal the new ('otmtiissioners tole the aum of 1000 towards the expense o[ the Travellers' Aid Society lor tho year 1914." The Lethbridse Herald MI edt- torlal agaln5t ttJB, advocating that tho city teka tho agent or the Travellers' Aid over and i-laco her unJ-sr Uie lke riepartrnenl. Many business men hold ttils Eaine view, because It IB Ihpy who iio.Ye to give the large assistance. and To-night To-night "A Venetian Romance" Rousing sword play, dungeons, rack and torture Black Sheep" A two reel Western thriller "The Keystone A riot of fun Quemly a double tax. Therefore. I movo. That assistance to the Travellers' Aid be lalrt on lite table for coDeldera- tion. (Held over.) 21. TJiai the chief cociuble'a re- port be received fcnd on the table for (Held over.) 22. Tbal the fire chief's report ba rwoired and laid on the table for dis- cussion. (Hold over.) Mayor-Elect Hocken of Toronto INTERESTING ADDRESS BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE DELINOUENT CHILDREN DEPARTMENT The [ccture in Central school last 'night, tiy R. Chadvnck, ol the 23. That Miss Dainty be apiwintcd 'department ol delinquent, acd nejlMt- matron of tht Ctilldren's Shelter at chililren, was iairlf well attended, ot.SSO per month, provided she the uumhrr pn-Eent- was not keeps coM of maintenance down proportion to the merit of the ad- s-JKffealed by Chief Skeiton. j diets. That a set of ntles auj lions he drawn up to govern eacJi Coramlssioner In" hla department B-hero the charter is not clear, the view to bavins them presented j later to the Legislature for Incorpora- la tlie charter. 2fi. That bytiwa now In effect rercindcd, and new onacled after j .Mr. Cliaiiwtfk spoke oa the work ol the department, and described the type oi child which comes largely der its ELipCEvision. The department, not have lo .1o so OF (ME IB SOUIH iREAT OCTOBER AND NOVEM- BER RUSH NOT MAIN- TAINED Laughter Empress Song Why Girls Leave Home ABSOLUTELY THE MOST LAUGHABLE COMEDY OF THE DAY IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT OF Johnnie MacLachlan THE POPULAR SCOTCH COMEDIAN lOc WHAT THE PKESfi AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THBIR 8HOW8 Fine Programme at Slarland Probably no country or principality in the has eve? appealed EO Ottawa. Jan. Tho tremendous movement of live cattle and dressed msate from Canada to tho United plates has, followed the llon ot tho Underwood tariff bill on the other side, is shown by for the mcviths of October and Nov- vividly to the Imagination of read history as toe Venetian Re- public, Its wealth of color, senti- ment, tragedy, and its years of in- dramatic existence, hare made ts record tinlijuo among European governments. And In choosing a per- od upon which to baso thpir play ths Broncho Co. has selected the moat fa- mous one In Venetian the I ember Tvhen the was at Its ch Qr imb.ritft children. hft WQrj.; JH chiclly tjpe.-children will mlntli to the extent that Ihcy are r hetr.g oompSled by tlie eollcltor, lo between Mayor. W. D. U HARDIK, A. K. CRACK. Commissioner Public ARTHUR HEID, Cotrralsilontr Public Utilities." U. 'Mr- Boiton'a bid of J115 for the police tlathm N'o. 2 sllimted In North Txithbrltlge be accepted. 17, That Mr. Grace ajipointcd Vice-Mayor to ptrform tht duties ra- quired by Title XIII. Eeolion i of the City 'l5, ID connection -with rerolution .ftt last meeting ol 1913 ctl re lo Llmltwl. Mr, Jai. Puff me that the C, P. n. dfd not to register Um plane of thetr labdlrleion fronting on the line or Wial i have hetrd thatj the C, P. R. did not propose to eel find help of different aens1 commllVees Mio arc familiar each subject of a bylaw. right and wrong. Out of 355 children dealt with, about 2J5 belonged, to fhia r-lass. These children come irom every height. Duriog December, however, Dr. Torranco eiates, the movement has not 'been nearly so brisk and it has now- almost ceased. "Tbo with- drawal of thtB vast amount of live and dressed meat from Dr. Torranco explained, has resulted In Canadian prices going up. The result Is thai the live stock can ntfp- procure a price almost as good a1 home as he can fn thr United States market. An eastern shipper juct the In calculating what to do the father and tha Janitor, MID' the' police force as well. ThiB concludes one ol the moat attractiveb Ills that have been shown in the Good Bill at the Sherman Tho press comments on the class of entertainment at this, the only house of flrst-claes vaudeville in the city Is a real Index of the standard of acts offered for pitMlc approval at tlila popular theatre. The hill for the first halt of the weefc Is well in her closing number, beJng hei' own oncepllon ol tba dIstInct5venDS3 ho modern popular eong the old- The programme Is one- dftserrlng t ererj'one -wltnesaing-, and capacity a.-idlencQB ahould sreet this talented: company at each and every perform- ance for the noxt two days. yeart 1380, 1381 and 1332, when An- drea Coniarini D oge, and ih e war with, Genoa 'was more a. for existence iiian for supremacy. IL vhere is anything lacking in this play in the way of material for dram- atlc effects, we bavon't discovered it Council of Ten, disguised mate ens. rousing sword- play, dungeons, rack and torture, very authentic history behind it nil. The bare facts are sufficient to hold ones breathless Interest, but the play is acted so -well that It an audi- ence spellbound. "Tiie Black IB a thrilling western drama, full of dash and go. Unced and was exceptionally well re- ceived by tlio large audience who at- tended last evening. The Musical i MacLar'ens are without doubt tie refined and clever musical act ever seen here. Every member oi the company is a talented artiste and ed the hearty ap- plause giren them at the close ol their act. The musical numbers delightfully rendered, the drum solo by 1'je youngest member of the family deserving special mention. Co. in the comedy skelcl "Slage held the attention o comedy element furnished by the juv- ealle member being very deep and 26. That George U. McK'ar lie m to the of polntrrt a mecnbr-r of tho Sinking Hind !aboHt ten to every one Canadian. Mr. unratttee to fill the vacancy caused I oiiadwlclc advocated that greal care should he cxoiciscil hy the immii-ra- tion authoritirs in orrfer-that the pro- 001: decided that ho could make as sood I Bingc holdup; big Indian Figbt; a a profit by aelllnf; in Toronto ft? hn' daring rescue. A pretty Iltlla love In Buffalo after charges! story runs through the entire plot. portion nt ctcfecUvc foreign the (Jeith of Ute R. B. Sher- lock. ZT. Thai lite regular meeting of.. the cornmisBlon ho helri on Monday of 'ant- children coming irom each week at 10 a.m. lauds might be reduced. It shall my duly and pleasure to The depailnir'ril is spending tar before you, from Uir.e to Utuo, of money in the care and cor- and tugges-' ruction ol this class, but- the work for the improvmnoat of my de- partment of the city government. I have tie honor to be. Your Co-Com m IB tion er, W. D. L. 11AHDIE, Mayor. is being tJooc strictly j basis. Alberta values her citirenship itn teims nuth higher than can bt cxprrssed in dollars cents, but the u ul lay necessary in saving Ihoae liltle ones, said Mr. Chart wide, is I usually paid for in cilJ7.fnship. Several lantern slides vrcre vt the cblet scenes are as fol- and causing uncontrollable mirth. A" tecriHc Hghtnlng storm; Nell Vsrnon, .in the character oE the stasfe girl, filled the were considered.'" "Tho dearth of Canadian entile, ow- njf to the movement south has result- ed in pdces litre justify and for n time at least, continue lo Justify. Uie shippers patronizing tho home" market.1' It would appear, therefore, tbal tbe farmer now has the advantage of choosing ibelTfeen work together to -retain lability of prices. Increased Thriefold United States ftgiires of imporU just supplied by tiio bureau of ani- mal "industry to tho department here, which makes this one of the best western drama pictures ever shown in ifie city. The feature which concludes the MM at Starland Is a K cyclone comedy, of a very mirthful nature, entitled "The Janitor." Tbe mnn's daugh- ter runs away with the an i tor of the Mock which thoy are living. The oM man b ecomes ver y angry and gives cf.iese to tho couple, vrhtch ends up in a lively fight between the girl, part brilliantly. Tue best part of the act is unitouWtdly the dramatic act- ing of tho male principal who showed marked ability In the dramatic art George Lieonard billed as tho "Prince of MonoJogiEts." deserved the title, his clever witticisms mectir.s wlUi approval and his per- sonality behind, tbe foolliKhis if so droll that ono seca spicy humor eifcr- from every fibre of iiis being. Miss Gladys Miuuieton, !n nor ren- dition of some rather old songs found favor, and was e-sped-lly applauded Vaudeville and Comedy at the Em- press Of all the funny filmB, "Why Girls Leave Home" Js surely the funniest. ft Is chock fun of laughter and fairly sparkles with merriment, and the a-rge audience assembled at the Em- press yesterday showed their deiight In a most unmistakeable manner.- Tlie dominie in tlie play, alter forbid- rting his people lo go, decides he will give a lecture on tbe subject of plays, and In order thai he may have a ftrst liantl knowledge of the subject himsrff. Unlinown to him, iila people do tha'sarae, and the result is a scream. TROSO have not seen, this comedy cannot do baiter than, 1 as today is the last Urns it can ba Johnnto MacUchlan, the man lex the kilts, mel with a great reception, He will undoubtedly become a tavortte with our patrons during nhj Hoot to Make Bettor Cough Syrup than You Can Buy rom i Canada fvnfl Mexico withlheex- Islenl in 5ome of the larger cities. ana during XovembBr Ibs. or a total for Iho two months of Etxieen ounces of coufh ta vnuch you coukl buy tor made at homo. Yc-.i will Uni r.'jthliig that lakes hold of ftn obsllnita eo'jgfr more quEcVIy, us-.iAlly tr.ftlr.g It of 2t hours. flicelKnl, (oo, (or erO'Jp, whooping cougli, lungs, is- ihma, hoiTiencis and olher throat trou- MJi iT.'0 cups of tucif wlih tins cup cf wtrin walfr, an-l for USD Pul o'jciCE? of Tincx (Ilfjy bg. Of Ihe rattJa presided Canada Iho hesl quality it is ad- nilted came from the west, fftt two- ear-old heifers being" numborod g thorn. From the east few fat nttlo fll for Immediate slaughter we gone across, the majority being lockers and feeders. Tlio scarcity of i in the east (s said to be the chief eason for (hie. Price WW Remain High. price ol beef, saM Dr. Toi "Is to remain high. The Jnllcd States cxpt-cted to set a good deal of iPcf from Uio Argentine after from Britain. Tho were assif.rd as follow; For October, for Immediate BlAugh- (or stockers and for .brooding 739. fc-r immediate slaughter, 39.086; for stockero and feeders, for dairy and breeding 225. Tho bulk of the slaughter cattle from Canada, while -Mexico fur- nished four-fifths of. the stocltera and feeders. -o ,i itciiOJs- Thtiicctins took the (mm of providca tht. buft of Proof of Value to "f vl-nilloth save very forctful urgrd by their Cana'diP.r, hitherto, have hold aloof, it IIICJI I Ihtmseh-es with tlie schrmc. Th oters ha hrconntng associated with l.cadrc in OTIC'S youth.. the Mr. lo'sell SIMCC lo (he value 'he same linos of SO 000 pounds ;anrt lo'd scvcral Intercoms stones i to great surcessts fine lo jrncly nlliaicc with Christ. Wesley iclioir occupied (lie lull. The mcrlinj! Branlfonl, .Inn. grist mill Ifonight is in HI. Andrew's I'resby- of U. McCfp.cken, al nurford, was lie- church, the subject being, ilroyed tire, wllh ils contenls j-cs- and the Heart." Dr. Hirers GRIST MILL BURNED larnl Hcv. U. !1. CobbkJkk will speiic. of tho home of its power torelievd quickly, lately, suroly, the aehei, the sour (asie. tho poor cpiriU Rnd the faliguoor bilioseneis bo found in dose of BEECHAM'S PILLS Is a decided to tho country. I should susses' 'hat something might bo dono to tend 'buyers to Jlunfeeal and Toronto next spring to theso calves from tho butc-ber and save them for the wfrslern farmers, who Features in tho EraprMf are: TomorroV, A Klein Coae's in two reels; Friday, an equally sood Lubin ofrering, c-ritltlci also rsele, and oeit Troek thi mEDBgomeint have pleasure in. Kminclnj tha fact that they hava completed for present. ing for Ihs fjrat time In I-etttbridse lha marvellous Gaumont Talkins Pto tures, which are admitted to Ve tnf In the would be very to buy them. British Columbia did something In Ills line to prooure dairy cattle, and successfully competo-1 with the Amer- ican burore. It fa tmpomible to pre- vent tlio farmers from selling their fcmfllo cattle, -but certainly something should be done to replenish lha herds. "Tiiey can't afford lo buy breeding cattle from Ur.lted StaUs, even if they wero for our duty fs too high for craelinles Dr. Tor. ranee. YOUNG MAN SUICIDES Orlllia, Onl., Jan. Ora ho duty i< as removed, but she has lo 1 ham. 21 years old, who came to Orlllia compete "ilh Great Britain for tho I from Colllngivood two weeks ago, Arsentine meal and the rush thas not teen ns great as she expected. Cun- aria cannol raise enough for home con- sumption and 'will slop exporting as scon as prices rise. Australia Is too far away, There Is no considerable source, of supply and prices are fure to remain at a high Dr. Torrnnce Is fully aware of Ihe of l-iio export from Can- ada of female caltlo and expc-cts a great shortage In stock for breeding next scaion. "A serious ho declares, "la.the fact that tho farmers appear io ha anxious to sell off calves. There is a de- cided glut of veal on the markel ev- ery spring. It seems lo me that this committed Bulcldo'Saturday by taking poison. Xo cause is assigned for the young man's act. SOUTH BEND DISASTER South Ind., men were killed, thro iMioinly injured ind penon.B 'on (he ilreet narrow eicapet when a building cot- lapsed here IMt today, The build- ing bttn remodelled and the removal of the centre wall Is thought to The Wllbert Churchill; Delbert Hlbbert of Mich.; tang Hono, employee of Chin- ese rettnurant. Sage Tea Darkens Hair tc Any Sbade Dsn't grjyl a pit recipe anybody apply with a hilr brixr) Tho me of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faried, gray hair to Its natural color dates back lo grandmother's time. She it to keep her hair beautifully dark, Abundant, Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this aim- pla mixture was applied with wonderful effect. But brewing at hoias Is rausjy anil out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for a 50-ccnt bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair you will get this famous old recipe CP.n be depended upon lo restore natural color and beauty to tho hair and Is splendid for dandruff, dry, feverish, Itchy scalp and falling hair. A well known downtown drug- gist says It darkens the hair nstnrally evenly that no- body can tell it has been ap- plied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this Ihroush your hair, laklng one strand at a time. By morning Uie gray hair dis- and after another appli- cation or two, It becomes beau- tifully dark, glossy, foft and abundant. J. D. Hlsinbotham t, Co., I.W., drugging.