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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tufrwlfty, January 2fl, 1015. the hvmnnrnoE daily jTKRA*,n PaRc 7 EMPRESS THEATRE lOc-^NO ADVANCE IN PRICES-15c CANADA'S FINEST PHOTO - PLAY HOUSE Prosrram For This, Tuesday, Evening Program For Wednesday and Thursday " A Parisian Stage Tragedy" "A Three Reel Feature" Eclairs' Weekly All the Latest Events in Picture, Also the Newest Fashions in Ladies' Costumes. "The Auto Bandits of Paris" "A Three Reel Feature" The Tragic Triumph of the Cinematic World. The Most Stupen-dous Warfare Against Desperadoes in the Police Annals of History MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by PIDBLIO) MR. H. R. COOPER, BASS SOLOIST, WILL SING DURING THE NEXT FEW WEEKS Extra BIJOU THEATRE Extra Wed. and Thurs., January 29 and' 30 THE ACROBAT'S DAUGHTER 4000 FT. OF THE MOST SENSATIONAL AND REALISTIC SUBJECT EVER EXHIBITED CIRCU8 LIFE IN IT8 THE THRILLING ESCAPES From DEATH on THE TRAPEZE .'f GAIETY -{ GLARE \ GLITTER Coming Friday and Saturday ' k GREAT DRAMA OF RAILROAD LIFE If . ��� THE GIRL IN THE CABOOSE THRILLING, INTERESTING AND EXCITINGi- \ PRICES ALWAYS................... .....15 cents' a$� 10-een?| EXPECTING BEST RESULTS FROM IT JUDGE RYAN'S PUBLICITY WORK LIKELY TO PO MUCH FOR *THE CRANBROOK DISTRICT Cranbrook, B.C., Jan. 27.-The account In. the Herald of the proceedings in the Dominion House in connection with. . Mr. Crothers, and the Canadian Brotherhood of Railroad Employees was read with muoh interest in Cranbrook,. where the strike took mare-'definite shape and' lasted longer: than- at other;points iDT-the- Alberta division ofithe> C.B.B. - Many ol the trtkerssbavw been tak� en back-in their alt bo*itiont; but several ot the more' prominent, arai still lhe!d out in spite of .the *award' of the Board of Conciliation. Mr. W. A. Buchanan's speech waa much appreciated. He showed a thor. ough grasp of the situation as it affects the district he represents, and is a faithful carrying out of the pro-mfee he mad�at the" strike meeting In the Labor Hall, Lethbrldge, and the following evening at the Liberal" rally at the Cafeteria, as reported'in the Herald in. November last, A letter "received here yesterday from Mr. Buchanan gives an indication that he is prepared to make things interesting for Mr. T. W. Crothers, when the latter gentleman tables the papers'in Ottawa, and the matter again comes under discussion. The death of Herman H. BenUey In the St. Eugene .'Hospital last week, is very much.-regretted; The lad, woo was In the Employ of the C. P. R. at Kingsgate, was brought to Cranbrook suffering from appendicitis, and succumbed'after an.operation. He was a bright, promising.lad; of a very happy and genial disposition, and a member of a much-respected family long resident in  Cranbrook. . The funeral service at the. Baptist Churoh was very How to Afake getter Cough Syrup than You Cain Buy A Family Supply, Saving -and Fully Guaranteed. $3 SHIPS THROUGH THE PANAMA THIS YEAR COL. GOETHAL'S STATEMENT CELEBRATED ENGINEER BANQUETTED IN NE~W YORK IL APPROVES FOR THE RACING STABLE Sixteen- ouneps of cough syrup - as much as you could buy for ?2.B0-can' easily be' made at'home. You will find nothing -that'takes'.hold, of an obstinato cough1 more juulckly,!; usually ending it inside of'24 hours, s Excellent, too, for croup, whooping, coushi gore lungs, asthma, hoarseness-and other throat troubles. � V-V ' Mix; two oupi of,granulated sugar with one oup of'Warm- Water,, and Btlr for two i-nlnutea^y Put '2V4 ounces ;of Pinex^fltty cents' woTth) In a 16* ounce bottle, then add the Supar Syrup. It keeps poriect-ly. Taketa.iteaspoonful every one, twa or three hours, ; This is;Just.laxative enough tor help cure a cough. Also-stimulates the appetite, which, Is usually upset, by a cough. The taste, 1^-pleasant. � The effeot''of plnq and sugar syrup on the Inflamed membranes is well known. PInex 1b the.rnost valuable concentrated compound-of Norway white pine extract, rich in 'gualaopl v and .all the natural healing ptno elements, Qthor preparations will Jt9t work Jn this formula.'' The Plnex and'Sugar'Syrup recipe Is row used /thousands of ^housewives throughout 'the United States and,-Gan-nda.- rThe: pla^ bas been Imitated,'  but the old .successful.-'formula' has "never tiuen eoualed. , * :'the lake, route. The muoh talked-of �branch line from Cranbrook joining yp with the Kootenay Central at Fort".Steele, is believed, by a prominent local official, to tua- likely--, an ^accomplished fact in the near future; New York, Jan. 28.-An ocean-going ship will pass from one ocean to the other through the Panama Canal before 1913 comes to an end. This is the promise of Col. George N. Goethals, chiet engineer of the Panama Canal. It was made at a dinner in iiis honor, given him by the Lehigh University club, of New York, at the Hotel Astor last night. It was Col. Goethals' first appearance in Nc\v York in the role of an after dinner speaker and the reception accorded him was as warm as any ever accorded to any man at a similar function in this city. The diners greeted him with college yells, they called him the greatest engineer of his generation, they referred to him as the idol of the American people and when a letter from President Taft was read, in which the President said that Col. Goethals should be rewarded with a niajor-generalcy, the diners arose in their places and cheered a full minute. "The question of the completion of the canal," he said, in ending his speech, "is a question of the completion of the Culebra cut and the lodk/ gates. Tliere was'some-delay in the matter of. the gates, but the contractors have! assured me that the trailing.gates will be ready by April r,"tand those at Mlraflores by June 1, J of'this year. This will enable ub to |*admit the water. "The completion of the Culebra cut is simply one of slides. The newspapers have said that new ones have developed since I came to the States. Perhaps so. The sliding section is now 2,000 feet. We are all agreed Mfat when the cut is flooded the counter pressure ol the water will prevent many of these slides, and that we will be able to dredge out the rest. 1 "If a ship is to pass through the canal this year, Culebra . must be flooded in the present season. I expect to put a ship through in the latter part of 1913." > recipe..................... jset It for yort, iv npt, send Unox Co,', Toronto, Put. to The MOTHER OF LARGE F Tells How She Keeps Her Health - Happiness For Those Who Take Her Advice. Likely be Built at Once - Mr. Eckstorm's Market Proposals Endorsed A short meeting of the council called yesterday afternoon by Mayor Hardie to re-pass some byelaws which were incorrect, as passed early last week, resolved itself in its dying hours Into a regular session, and several important matters were discussed. One of the matters of most importance was a communication from the Lethbrldge Exhibition Board relative to the construction of a racing stable at the Henderson Park fair grounds. Although this question had been practically decided upon favorably before, it had never come before the council for official sanction. The subject was introduced by Aid. Aird, who is also a, member of the Lethbrldge Exhibition Board. He stated that George Haag, of Calgary, has made representations to the society stating that he would bring his racing string to Lethbrldge, provided a suitable stable could be built in time. The city building inspector had therefore, been requested to prepare plans, and specifications -for the, building. These are now ready, and tenders will be called for in a few days. It was explained to the council that Lethbrldge would he widely advertised by the scheme, as Mr. Haag is a noted horseman, and. his - coming to Lethbrldge would attract other trainers of note. The council unanimously adopted the report of Aid. Aird, and the stable will be built without delay. Tenders will be called for immediate, ly, and it is expected that the stable will be ready for occupation before the end of February, provided the weather is suitable for building. It is' Mr. Haag's intention to bring several horses to Letbbridge to train for the Calgary Horse Show next spring. On several visits to. the city, R. B. Chad'wick, superintendent of the department for delinquent and neglected children, has complained of the unsanitary location of the Children's Shelter. He objects on the ground that the building is built at the top of a coulee through which one of the sanitary sewers run. Several times last summer the odors arising from a manhole close to the building were anything but sanitary.. He asked the council to consider moving it further out, where a plot of ground could be obtained which could be used for garden purposes. Most of the aldermen, however, were not in favor of the scheme, at ieast at the present time, as they believe the unsanitary conditions complained of can be., removed. If this cannot be done, the council 'will consider the request of Mr. Chadwick at a later date. The Eckstorm Market At the last regular meeting of the council a letter was read from C. J. Eckstqrm, relative to a scheme to open a market in the buildings at the Athletic Park. At that time Aldermen Aird and McNabb, the market committee, were Instructed to wait on Mr. Eckstorm and learn if the proposition was feasible, and what the city could do to help the plan along. They reported back to the council yesterday that the promoter had work od out the details in such a way that the- city would have a good market under private management, and they believed it would he a success. The market would be in charge of a market master, who would be on- the . ground at .all times, and while the regular market day had not been set, the -fact that a special market day 'would be.set aside, would not interfere with sales being made on any day of the week. One of the wishes of the farmers of the district will be met by Mr. Eckstorm in providing the market. A small cold storage plant will be installed, and in this all produce which the farmers do not sell or do not wish to sell owing to low prices, can be stored, and will be sold by the market master when conditions warrant placing it on the market. Aldermen McNabb and Williamson were of the opinion that the market was hardly central enough and the people of North Lethbrldge would not be served properly. However, it was pointed out that the street cars would remove this difficulty, and if the marfcet proves the success it should' be, special market cars will likely be instituted on market day. The committee will report further at the next meeting. At The EmprtM Tti': aU'-n'l;wi:ut on*s and was well T!." big feature of the evening was :i atirilng drama entitled "A Parisian , stag'.- Tragedy." This Is a true pic-tun- of Parisian ptage life, the. story being both romantic and Rtirrlng. Daz-{ z!t:d by the fanif! and beauty of an ; act.r�j�)t th� hf-ro forgets the true-1 hearted love of the girl he is to marry ; and on his wedding day forsakes her, , but thf; hand of fat� ia kind and o-uce I more unlt�>H th�?m in true happiness, | but at the same time brings sudden death to the tetnptresH. Thla Is a splendid three reel feature and one which should draw capacity houses. The "Eclair Weekly" depicting many happenings in the world was aiso a good feature, but there is one Teel that should appeal to all those who come from eastern Canada, and that is one showing a trip from Bala on Lake MuBkoka via Port Carling and Royal Muskoka Hotel to Port Sandfleld. This is a good picture and all who know those familiar "scenes should visit the theatre tonight, and see them, and thus renew old acquaintances. R. 1-1. Cooper, who is a well known local singer, has been engaged by the management for the next few weeks. This gentleman made his first appearance last night and his repditlon of "Simon The Cellerer" was greatly applauded. The big feature for Wednesday and Thursday will be Eclair's two reel thrilling sensation of crime and justice, "The Auto Bandits of Paris." These are actual photographs taken by heroic c-ameTa men in the rain of bullets and during the dynamite duel between the bandits and the French police. The story of Eclair photographers and their bravery was the talk of Europe during the sensational action of the end of the reign of the auto terrorists. It is only once in a life time that such an opportunity comes for the observation of a great national tragedy like this. The papers of all countries were filled with the accounts of the auto bandits, yet the actual depiction of this awe inspiring drama has been made possible by the all-seeing eye of the cinemata-graphic camera, in the hands of men more daring and resourceful than most war correspondents. This feature alone should draw capacity houses on Wednesday and Thursday nights, and Mr. Evans is to be congratulated upon his success in securing for the photo-loving public such a splendid collection of.fllms as will be shown to all Empress patrons this week. OT i i MA! a Today AN ALL FEATURE PROGRAM Including the Great Drama " The Iron Hand A Sensational-Dare-Devil THREE-REEL FEATURE Numerous Other Good tions Attrac- I Morris Theatre PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY "The Gipsy Spy" An extraordinary strong Twer-Reel Drama of a Gypsy Spy's experience with the French Sec-ret Service.___ THE CONVICT'S RETURN Another Strong Drama SHOCKING HER FUTURE MOTHER-IN-LAW _A good lively drama_ THE NEW MORRIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA. Under the Direction of Prof. Veslock.___ See our Features! Get the habit. PRICES-10c and 15c IS STREET WRECKED BUT,NO,ONE SERIOUSLY HUR'Tr^W^S JT DEED OF REVENalr Paris, Jan 27.^-A terrific explosion of dynamite '�arly>:{tpda^y'i'sh'dok a mile or more of St-.v/^SHlphfocj^ in the southern part of Paris., 'X. great fissure ..was- opened.. in^RUB .-pes.eryoB arii the elcctrio surface' llnes'there were destroyed but nobp^jt, � was1;' ser'lpugly. injured so far as j'^rje-.beeri reported. The, explosive'is ^lieyp^fhy-tlje police, to. have been tatten'., Iro'jjS ^19 construction works ''of 'the 'he\^ ' ifybvyay' by, some workmen-^tfbjjwerg'-'recently Scottville, Mich. -"I want to toll you how much good Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-etableCompound and Sanative Wash have done me. I Uve'on a farm andhareworked. very hard. I am forty-five years old, and am the -mother of thirteen children; Many people''think it strange that I am not broken .down with hard work and the care of my fanv.;' ily, but I tell them of my good friend, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and that there will be no backache and bearing down pains for them if they will take it as I have. I am scarcely ever without it in the house.'  .. ��:. "I will say also that I think there is no better, medicine to be found for young girls. My eldest daughter hap taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-,, pound for painful periods and irregularity, and It has helped her. "I am always ready and. willing, to speak a good" word for Lydia: E, "Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I tell every one I meet that I owo my health and happiness to your wonderful medicine. -Mru.J.G. Johnson, Scotu-illci'Mich,, U.F.D.8. Lydia �E./PIukharn'a Vegetable Compound, made from native roots/an)! herbs, contains no narcotics or HarmfuJid,rugs, � and, today holds the record of being tta J most,$rif ceasfnl raraedy for- woman's ills known. DOESN'T THINK AUDITORIUM SITE PROPERLY LOCATED FOR A CIVIC MARKET Editor Herald : Dear Sir,-In reference to the market question, while I am firmly of the opjnion that Letbbridge needs ... and must have � market, and.that quickly, I am not in the slightest degree in favor of placing it away. down, at the athletic ground. That location is too far a>way from the, centre of the city to be of any real benefit to the housewives, and we must admit that the project  is intended to benefit them as much as the farmers, and through tbem, the merchants. Now 1 submit that to be of any real-benefit the market must be placed in a1 more centrally located position, for suppose a housewife from the south-east or the north-east parts of the city was desirous.of attending the market, but through force of circumstances could spare only half ah, hour;'would she be likely to attend, or would she be more likely to 'stay, home and forego the opportunity of purchasing what she required at toarket,prices ? �,���:any apparently, generous offers, but will give the matter their fullest and1 most earnest consideration. The occasion certainly , warrants it and U Lethbridge is to get the prosperity due; and if the farmers are to be encouraged in mixed farming to which, the country must look for its greatest prosperity, then we must have a" centrally located market, or at least three smaller markets scattered- through the city. Yours sincerely, HOUSEHOLDER. WHEAT TRAIN DITCHED North Bay,"Ont, Jan. 27.-Seventeen cars, of wheat were ditched on the. C, P. R. last night, 70 miles west of White River, caused by a broken Tail. No injuries are reported.  Old folks who need something of the' kind, find most effective -without any discomfort'. Increased doics not netded. 25c. a box at your druggists. '-' Jitltnil Drue and Cfctml^l.Qa, of Canada, LlnilUd. At the Morrla Laugn and grow fat, we are told Those people .who visited thiB house last night must certainly have added to their corpulence, for the pictures shown were a delightful bunch of comedies, keeping the house in one continuous uproar. In addition to the above comedies, there was. one very interesting drama. Tonight will be shown another real feature, entitled "The Gipsy Spy," dealing with the French seoret service. "The Convict's Rieturn" will also be a real topnotcher. The MoV riB orchestra will be there to dis course lively- and appropriate 'music, Visit the Morris-it's worth while;-''   The Feature- of the: 20th Century at The Bijou Photo-play patrons ..- recall with pleasure th6 "Four, Dare-Devils," shown here some time back,'arid the production of "The Acrobat's Daughter," to be shown here on Wednesday and Thursday, January 29 and.30 (a sequel to the "Four Daro-Devils") is sure to please motion picture fans. The press ot the motion picture world acknowledge this subject to excel in realism and scenic effects anything ever b9fore attempted. The story is most interesting and" enthralling, portraying in vivid scenes the life of a circus performer, showing the many vicissitudes encountered, and the hardships undergone by these travelling troupes, and the fascination the life has for those who are associated with life under canvas. The^plot is an exceedingly clever one, and, the many scenes leading up to a thrilling climax hold the auditor spellbound. A bright coinedy completes a programme,'which, for sterling vworth; cannot be surpassed . The management have also secured for Friday and Saturday a-great rail-! road drama entitled '/The Girl ln'the Caboosie," one of the very best /ail-road stories ever produced, Prices always IB cents and 10 cents.'"'Special tea matinees on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Bijou special orchestra always In attendance;  ^' Lewis Waller's Visit . -Mr. Lewis Waller who' appears. In "A Marriage of Convenience" at the Majestic Theatre on*Thursday, I>eb. Qth, was born of English' ^parentage In Bilbao. He first appeared off"Vth.e professional stage in 1SS3 as' Hon. Claude Loyriraer, in ".Unc>e -Dick's Darling" at Toole's .theatrej In. Lpni don, and in the',' many .''parts � played by Mr.' WaHer sin'ce then,- her has ^w�jri for him,syf a reputa>Opp,-:tiof;,bfinsfvdne. of the very finest roiriajntlc actqrp^Qf his generation. It w'asrK'OjirloaiB fbi,t of fortune for Mr.'-W^irei^-.f}r|t?,Jap-pearnnce.- tp have .as - one 'of .'his,-^ud-ltors^bis. late .MajeWty; -ttieiuJ^naa/kof Wales^wbo from that) flrsfcfytehufber came, one of Mr. -Wallerfa 'ar.aent'iiid-' mirers and It follow^ 'that^jWa^ Next Monday Tracked by Wireless fnONALDSON IIWE Steamship and Railway Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on'this side and forwarded to your family or friends. Our way of handling this business is impossible to heat. -Your passengers will receive full Instructions. We advise 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. UDMAN, Gen'l Agent 445 Main Street Winnies* Mj>ri. ler had more royal commands from King Edward VIT., than any actor pas^ or present. - Mr. Waller appeared in many parts previous^ to his engagement-with Sir John Hare at the Gabiok Theatre, London. .Here be appeared in "�fha Profligate,, "La Tosca" and "Nixie," Even as a juvenile actor, Mr. Walker became a great favorite, and the parts that followed would take a column of space to enumerate. Monsieur Beaucaire, was one"of his late great, successes, and in this piece he appeared at his own theatre in London for many months. It is probable however of all the parts he ihas ever played, Comte de Candale In "A Marriage of Convenience" is one which shows him at his best.. ALL FAVOR THE CHIEF Guelph, Ont., Jan. 26.-At. a^- morning session of the investigation of the cha-rges of drunkenness preferred; against Chief of Police Randell, there was practically no evidence offered,  but the witness for the defence in every instance, declared that he had never seen th chief under the .Influence- of liquor. The inquiryv-vvasv adjourned until Friday next. BRUCHESI IN ROME Rome, Jan. -26-The Pope today received in private audience the;MoBt Rev. Paul Bruchesi, archbishop; of Montreal. ' < 266689 28 ;