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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pago CLEOPATRA Monarch Theatre Tonight To-day Only THE BIO "BIJOWHO" THRILLER "A SLAVE'S DEVOTION" (IN TWO REELS) THREE OTHER OOOD ATTRACTIONS MAKIMQ ALL The Glassiest Program In the City (IY SO BIJOU 5 THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL TO-DAY PithVs Weekly TODAY'S NEWS TODAY The Railroad Lochinvar Cupitf Riiee the Iron A Thriller ill tne Thot Hown Dowe The Funnlfrt Funnloiity From FurmlBVllU. Ons that wfll kink your Laugh The Governor's Daughter A flellfl MelO'DrAnnl, COMINO VEHY SOON International Polo Race ENOLAND VS. AMERICA 10 Centl 10 Centi VERYLIIILE Was Autocratic in Attitude am ihe Lawyers Got his Goat" PL! THIS WHOLSSALE LOOTING OF MOOSE JAW CIVIC SUPPLIES 8EH- lATION'AL EXPOSE LOOKED FOR Moose -July Following a "THE 1HECHY-FATHERS Majestic Theatre, To-night and To-morrow Night THE HOSPITAL LADIES' AID SOCIETY PRESENT An Evening of Mirth, Mystery, Music and Dancing CASSI8VKD HARVEY, MRS. FI6HER, MRS. R. J. GORDON, MR. D. H. ELTON, MRS, A, TILLEY, MRS. F. W. DOWNER, MR, F. A. CANNING, MR, V, R. BROWN. MR. F. ROSE, and MR. WILSON MoDONALD, CANADA'S SOCIETY ENTERTAINER Prices. 25c, 50c, 75e. the IlospiUil unch of Interesting Dis- posed of at the City Council Weeds occupied an place n lha council deliberation? yealer- ay, but tbo woedt of the olty will ave sliort now, as a result of hu action tnVen on the matlor. The on the streets are to be cut by ie street department, and Aid. 111 be roapoiialble. Those on The appointment of E, M. Jones, assistant to tho irer, as ptovem, was con- firmed. The city engineer wrote- Bhowing that tho C. H. H-, unijcr their con- tract with the city, roust bo supplied I with gallons of water dally ai five cents per thousand gallons. Last year' they exceeded tills average by' approximately gallons daily. Tbe engineer recommended that flie C. P. R. should bo charged tho regu- lar ra.te of 10 cents per thousand. Tho C. P. R- have for the past year been of rumor, Robert B. Gould, chltf ekee per for tbfe city, was lofll placed' under arriBj, charged with, wholesale the KB from the city atorei. Hta arrest waB ordered, following a confection, by 'Sidney Fonr- ncrec, his asilatant, who 'told of bar- ing seem cUic- materials sold to Tadraan by tbe carload. ID one in- stance.- Goold bad new electric nrlrtnK that It mlebt sold AI Junt. 31 filled i car, and brousht Gould ome from It. It irnn learned to- night that toon AI the trouble cams up lome ons here a wire warning to who now be located. The'tbetts will total at nqpi. the -exa-ct amount of which will yto- hablynaver Jor it hsi been Ko'ng on for aereral years. Other arrwti will undoubtedly fol- low, and It It asserted that men er up will be ImpJioitad. WA8 ASPHYXIATED Mooso Jar. July Johnton, Vhosfl home It In Oregon, wai asphy iated wWlo digging a. for N. S, Edgar, at' Enerley. He wan In the well and called for help; the man ab- ove started to him up, but he fell out of the: bucket and WHB dead when reicued, NEAL 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE 120 W., 405 Brojtdwxy, Winnipeg, Mm, London, July extraordinar. series oJ incidents entirely wilhou precedent and which have been sup pressed by the 1-ondon newspaper have recently- occurred at tbe hig court ot justice here. The incident concerning the attitude ol ona ot hi Majesty's judges tho counsc and members of the legal proJessio practicing before him. The laeU have only become know through their by those immc iliately conceraed, arc ibffse For considerable time members of th legal" profession have febiiQplainpd ie peatedly ot what the ui profeislonal treatriieat jieo-ordcd t them by Sir Thomas Justice Sctutton, ot the King's beao division ot the high r.outts of Ever'since he appointeti In 1910, Mr. Justice Scrutton, Ihe been guilty ol gross di courtesy to solicitors and counsel who are engaged in cases before him. Justice Scrntton Is rated, aa a very able 1-iY-yer, and especially proficient in commercial, law, and for this rea- son most of tlio work on which commercial and business interests ate> concemed, has'- hepn genet ally" sent court. Hut gradually the exceedingly off hand'and cotideecfnd- ing manner adopted, judge aroused an ertvaordibary among tho'se practicing bBEo're hioi. ReoentJy the climar arrived when, as the lawyers allege, Justice Scrutton deliberately out ol hia way to Insult a solicitor who was applying for tbe hearing of a certain action to be postponed. Some of the big firms o! sollcitois in thft city at once' de- cided to-taVc action" and brief; the matter to a head. IB the'morning ihe-y briefed a young K. Chater, to muke thf same Application for poatponem'ent of the action. This occurred in what- is knott'n as a cham- ber court, which that proceed- ings in suoh casca are prac-tically pti- vate, and not reported- Justice Scrutton is said to have made quite uncalled for sarcastic ra- markB to Chater when he 'arose 1o make his appUcaVion. Chatrr had been told might happen and he at- once, arcorctinK to Instructions. proceeded to maVe a speech'to the judge, tbe Like of which has oeret hwn heard in high courts.. He, told icn acruttoti he WAS the most mpopiilar judge on the bench, that he fast losing the respect and trem of the entire legal profession, that his attitude toward gentlemen engaged in cases hpfore him Tvas in- ultinR and humiliating and that so- iritots Savyecs would reSuse to in'ng their commercial before [hat court. For ten minutes Chater went on in this strain, and at the; conclusion and will be given he> hook by tho park superintendent inder Aid. Skelib's eupervlBlon. Thoso -n public nnd "prlrato property will j be promptly apudded, Licenie In-, .pector Forbes will nee to It, Tbe iwnara of private properly that qualS- ies In ihe weed garden class will be given five days to remove tho pests. after whit'h if not dono, the city will emuva them, tho cost being charged llrectly against the property on taxes. The recent weed decision of -Mr. JUB- Ico Waleh spurred the city on to a Sttle sreatnr effort to yill the weeds this year than last, RS U has been Iitnted tbRt, if Victoria Park were al- lowed to iniTv'eeded, tbe farmers to the couth and east o( the city hare damage clalroB. Sore Ahout The council dcnlt Kith a mats ol correspondence In. connection with matters, but there "was noth- ing new except the announcement ol yesterday's Herald 'that _? of Ihe' bonds bad arrived. It arose In tho perusal ot fries bowavvr, that the city. IB "in had" .with. Wood. Gundy Co., -and' the .Stfrason Co. ovin'g to the granttDg of- options to the other com pany, while one ot tlie companies already trying to Bell bonds held un der an option. CauetEc letters each firm were read. "Closed" The old 1912 accounts of the Board ot Trade, which have a'yeHlablfi bugbear In tbe ears" of the aldermen this year, were marked to good, when the coimcH adopted th mayor's motion to pay J224.47 arts' ing debt to square the books. No Tax Thia Ytar Although the -city has several thou od dollars outstanding tazoa, other unpaid accounts, there will b no tax sale this year, but the secrc tary waa instructed to put forth ever effort to collect all accounts in tbe "heayle'et water users In the city, and on certain days tbo drain on the city from this eourct reduces tbe ssuro v ery co ns !d e ra bly at the Calgary exhibition. Beady to go Ahead Superintendent A. Price oE the H. wrote asking that he be inform ed Immediately after tbe vote on ih subway bylaw on July 16 how it stoo BO that the company be able t proceed with tho vrork at omxj, tf th bylaw passes ac expected. CITY COUNCIL NOTES In the absence of Secretary-Treaa uror Robinson, City Solicitor Call RC ed In that capacity lor the afternoo The Buffet Lunch Next Deer to Emprtti Theatre Under new management Everything up to OPEN DAY AND NIQHT ROBT, C, FITZSIMMON6, Prftp. The Deprartment of Interior, riling in regard, to the city's letter Dg for tbo right to reserve a right Way for a gravity water lino rough tiie Blood Ke'aerve, stated at.aii soon aa a bylaw lo ihia effect pafiEcd by the city, "the matter would ceivc due conaldeialion. The mat- r was tabled. The council haa been asked by Sec itary Norman" S. Rankin to send In itationt to Premiers Bittoo of AUier Scott of Saskatchewan, and Sir lobard McBride of B. O. to attend ho convention of the Western Can da Irrigation Association to be heh ere in August- The end these invitations. council wil H. W. Meech, city, assessor, wrote klng that a court of revision for thl the Emprett All "lovers of and sood pic- :ures should avail of opporlunlly of secins tbe truly re- markable three-reel feature "Tho Ee- oret of the ithlch will be shown at this theatre for the last time today. The story ii of an avar- icious and very wealthy Baron, who Is so afraid ot being o[ his wealth, that he has his house fitted up wltli all manner of burglar and amongst these ii the wonderful safe. His only servant Peter, through spying, discovers the way to thin, andi Is surprised by the Baron, wlio chases! him with s revolver. gle which' tallows is shot. For this Peter is sentenced to fifteen years' mprisonment: While in prison mparts the secret to a fellow prison- er. -This convict, with .others, !i be- ng transferred by railway to anothsr prison, when there IB an awful accl- ient, and the convict escapes. Ho L-S hlB way to the Baron's house, and finds the sate, and attempting to open it Is gripped by the tor.rlblo Iron arms concealed In tho fearful tafe, and left to x horrible fate. The Chanticleer a Funny Stunt Which Provokes Mirth-at the Morris Theatre Tonight BOTM AND SMUTZ AS PEACE TRYING TO PATCH UP LABOR TROUBLES ARISING FROM RAND Pretoria, July Botha and Smutz 'were with the im- lon officials chts aftcnioon in an cn- Selvor to reach a more BatlBactory settlement than that already agreed to. The government has promised to make nn immediate InrjufTy Into-the mattor of caring for the dependents Plthe'a British Weekly is of unus- ual interest, showing the most im- portant events of the old world in 3 rtnJarkably clear and distinct minner Mtsa Irene Allen again sang 'de- lightfully, and added much