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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June 17.1'.nx TITK LlvTIiKRIDGE DAILY IIEKALD Page 3 ALL AROUND Continues all this Week tf ayor Hardie (o Solve Problem Bylaws Being Submitted Ram It Doesn't Limit The Railway Liability Toroalo. June a judgment liven at Ofgoodc Hall this morning, hppeUle division has settled the Uvr that no mailer nhat coalitions B railway company trials upon Ihe tack of baggsfe checks, the com- pany rjinnot. limit its liability unless It proves that the passfloger assented, to the conditions. HON. HAZEN TO VISIT THE COAST Senate Reform Is On Convention Program OU.VAJS, June Reform, and How to Accomplish is a sub- Ject on Ihe agenda of the Canadian Political Eftcnco association, nhich l! have its annual meeting in OUa in Seplemuer. The initiative, re- ferendum and recall, as proposed In Western Canada, nlll aleo be diecuss- ed. Dr. Adam Shortt Is head of the aseociaiion. In July the burgesses of ihe v.Ul onto n.ore tote on the OJ fthich were tarried on Juai b'lt Tihlch have been Invalidated OK Ing to tho dental error whlrh >as 4rds found In them. They were introduced in council again jesterday fiSven h'TEi and second readings. The bylaws are Identical with the In- correct one submitted, calling for K2.QOO; and 000: a tolil cf 1367.000. The bylaw includes pior-ositions "B acd For furniture and park superin- tendent's house nhich were defealed on June 9. It IB tbojgb passed this lime as it Is now thor- oughly understood lhal the money has alreadi been spent by ihe 1312 coun cil. Lltile Interest SB being tafcen ic the bylaws this limp, and ihe tote III be llgbi. Chief Da-vis Rill not jet his extra police for some lime, and only then T Major Hardie can find that the fire department's IS men are loo many. and he can induce Chief Hardy to be generous enough io ghe the police department a couple. There was f. long flghi yesterday when, the chief's request came up for actiun. Aid. moved that ihe police de- partment bp increased by two men forthwith, bringing it back to the same number as when' Slaffordville Aid. Levering put through a motion to table the matter tettuse they didn't know enough about it. cily made a lurplus oi 4459 during tbe month of April. It decided to paj ekhi per cent. Interest on citj notes heroafier. Mayor Hardie icjtrscte'i in a report on the whole natter of Board of Trade acco-inis, has been a trouble eoue matter all Tbe July 1st celebraiion committee ac and use of the fair grounds for iheir EfO'ts OQ that dile H was decided to drop for the Ume being the proposal to further open up 'th street oortb. A. Buchanan. M. P. wrote re- specting the proposal to have ihe rale paid street railways for earning post men, controlled by tbe Board of Rail way He said the raal ter had been, tabled for a year, bu would likely te brought up again when he would Lie pleased t urge Ihe views of the council. The letter" was received and filed. L. F. Clirrr, deputy attorney gen eral, forwarded the couccll true cople of the findings of the Juries, in th Paul Smith and George McKenzle fat al accidents, for the consldera tioo. The city solicitor requeste o amend the eleclrieat bjlaw makln t unlawful to tamper with any of th rltj'e electric light This is 1 iccordanc'e 'with the rfecomoieadallo of the Jury in the Smith invest. Th chairman of the light and street ra! committee was instructed t iring In a report as to (he best oietl cd of protection of poles carrying ar St. -John's, N. B., June 1J. D. Hazcn, minister oC marine, ar- rived In this cily on Satutdaj. In July fct will go to Ihe Pacific coast 'and will he in Vancouver on the I5th of July, ubere he will represent Ihe Governor-General and Canadian gov- ernment OQ the occasion of the arriv- al oi the New Zealand, ihe dread- nought which Ihe Antipodean colony contributed lo the defence oi the em- ,piie- Afterwards he will visit Prince Rupert acd (JueeD Charlotte Islands oh part mental business. Jfnnle Harding, daughter o! Jtmee and Mri. of Hamilton, dlfrd ai the result of burns received a stove on May 24. was taken into ihe city. Aid said he cojldo't see that StaffordUlle was such' a nui- sance. ate just aa law abiding as people in the rest of the and his jears among them had proven to him the Iruih of his assertion. Major They are rather unwieldj at Hraes." they are edu- cated to the 'he counlr; they be as good citizens as have.' think it would be mistake to underpolice Ihe village the first jear II is in Ihe city." The major has twitted Aid. that the fire department could get along ttith. less men ant inalnlain 1U efficiency, so, although Aid. Lovering's motion the mayor will try to find a couple of new police somewhere without adding to the cur rent expenses of the city. The council meeting jesterdar oc- cupied just five hours. An example oi the dispatch nilh which business was disposed of is seen in one item of business. The committee of the whole debated for 35 minutes as to how a piece' of property in N'orth A woman captured the Union Jack, J'ethbridee should bo subdivided to Leeds. Kngland, June Ed- ward Carson, tbe leading spirit in the tight against Home Rule for Ireland, was ihe head hy a missile thrown by some unknown person, vihlle he was proceeding to the Town Hull tonight. A procession it Inch formed on his arrival resulted in dis- order. The Unionist lender wag not seriously Injured, and ill continue the campaign whfch he has begun _In the provinces against Home Rule. Always Cool E X T R A STARLAND Always Features Always Best To-morrow and Thursday THE STARTLING SENSATION "Zigomar" The moat amazing sequence of breath- less sensations ever offered to our patrons s p E C I A L Usual Prices Will Prevail First Ights. City Engineer Blanchard wrote ask-! ing two s' leave of absence com- mencing June 23, The request granted. The works and property committee reco ai trended: 1. That applicants for water along 15th eupplled by means of galvanized pipe laid from avenue south, the applicants lo pay one- fourth the cost In adraace. Recom- mendation lost. 1 That applicants for garden tracts be notified that tracts arc now Eurvejed, and they may now lake OEEession. Adopted. 3. That, where offers to donate pro- perty for street, extensions in North Lethlridge have been received, the city solicitor obtain transfer, city to pay cost" of transfer. Adopted. 4, That band stand at fair grounds be removed to Henderson Park. '5. That, with "respect to lion to place R permanent awning on S'uepar'd block, a bylaw oe prepared covering the construction of such that tbe city engineer, build- Ing inspector and fire chief confer which one of the anti-Home Rulers nas carrjing in the procession. conform to lie proposed resubdivision Df that part of the city. In the end THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE IOI BDMUKD WALKER, C.V.O, 1.F-D-, D.C.I., ALBLANVBK LAIXD JOHN AIKD CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller, to ninweH with funds n-rthout delay at each point of his journey in A cofivnient yet inexpensive manner. They are ibsucd pa) able ia every in Ike world in denominations of 8200 with tbe euct. equivalent in the money a of the principal coon Mated the face of cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self. and negotiated. Lethbridgc Branch C, G. K, Nourse, Mgr, CHIC A REMARKABLE EXPRESSION OF PUBLIC CONFIDENCE Ti In the ttitement ef this com piny for the flicil ywr ending Mirch 3Ut, 1913, as compared with one year the following tfffurti ire exceptionally InteceitFng. ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1013 ASSETS MAWCFUUU912' Showing a net gain of This remarkablo is evidence of the and practicability of tho C. H. I. C. plan. NEARLY' ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS tOANTT) TO CONTRACT HOLDERS AT "jr? SIMPLE INTEKMT PURINO THE YEAR. -----THE----- Canadian Home Investment Ltd. Old Reliable" Home Office, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B, C. with the and property com- mittee be appointed to draw up con- dltiODt governing same. II Port Arthur, June 16. The injuries .o Dr. J. A. Macdonald, editor oi "tlie Globe, among the members of the Detroit party which was more or less hurt in the collapse of a stair- case at the, Superior Pulp mills, Saull Ste. are not nearly go serious as ere. at first rei-orled. Dr. Mac- donalrt, up this morn ing, though hc'etlll has to vdlh tbe aid ot s. crutch on account of the strain to lis left tower limb. His olhcr Injur- es Arc of quite a trivial nature, and ne first suffered more from tbe shock and shaking up. Mrs. Macdoneld is expected In "the city In (he course of a day GO, when the patient l be quite suffici- At the Bijou Tonight One of the finest programmes pre- sented in the city for some time wag last night shown al the Bijou The- atre. The ever-popular Pathe's Week- ly was up to !Ls usual sUniSard of ellecce, and met with universal ap- The Selig Co. excelled in the Diamond "3" western drama, "Ilange Two roaring comedies com- pleted a bill of real merit, and one hat no doubt will fill the theatre to apacity tonight. Don't forget tomorrow's programme 'The Chains of an Oath." One of the most fascinating and intensely- inter- esting products of the Vitsgrarh iudio, this remarkable feature should seen by everyone. You arc certain o regret it it you doo't. "Zlgomar" at Starland Tomorrow The mysterious and startling "Zig- omar" will be at Starlend for sure to- morrow and Thursday U may be said that "Xtgomar" is -a- Eequence of Breathless sensations, which hold one simply spellbound from beginning to enil, and one might very well doubt whether "Zigomar" has ever been equalled1 for sheer dtszy excitement, in the whole hifitory of attractions of- Cered to theatre-goers. Grim, forcc- Tul and full of, sardonic humor, "Zfp- 1 will be Ions remembered by al! wto avail themselves of the opportun- ity presented tomorrow at Rtarland. Although secured- at an fnormous cost, "Zlgoraar" "will be offered at the usual prices of admission, in conjunc- tioQ with the finest photo-play enter- tainment ever offered In Ihe "Whow Littte Girl Are Youl" Wm. H. Morris and Grace Thurston, nhom Boyle AVootfolfc presents in UlLle Girl Are at the Majestic Theatre on Friday and Sat- WILL CHEAPEN THE Or LIVING 10c. BIJOU THEATRE lOc. Pathe Weekly TONIGHT TOPICAL She Slept Through It All A LAUGHABLE COMEDY COMEDY FEATURING KINO BAGGOT Range Law A DIAMOND "S" WESTERN FEATURE The 'Hash House Count A LUBIN LAUGH WEDNESDAY AKO THURSDAY IA-. Two-Heel THE THEATRE YOU'D TAKE YOUR MOTHER TO. "THE CHAINS OF AN OATH" Mmterplece IOC COOL THE EMPRESS COMFORT urday next, are ft ell io the' throughout the erse, having headed their Wn company for a number of years. .Mr. Woolfolk In- duced them to ontcr vaudeville in his latest mucical farce, and all parties Winnipeg, June hy concerned arc more (ban satisfied, as the millions of Manitoba league, of which Evans is presi- ently recovered to continue his trip to the 'coast. dent, and formally opened 'by Sir Rodir.ond RobHn, Winnipeg's new pub- lic produce market probed a great success on iU'initial daf yesterday, being heavily patroalzcd by Ihe pub- lic, ft bo look advantage of low prices made possible by cutting out the middleman. The market is situat- ed m the market building and faim- CTS delivered their garden truck at one end, ivhilc the consumer made hay with the low prices at the other until heforc Ihe evening the'supply of vegetables was exhausted. Thai H will materially cut down the cost of living is the confident hope of ils promoters. he shaft' is the big hit of the present circuit, which plays the ablold musical comedies. They are urrounded by an exceptional cast and charrAlng chorus. For an hour and a quarter's entertainment. It has net- er been surpassed, and its present en igement in this cily Is being looked lo with much anticipation. Scats ere now on sale at Mason JlfEch's piano store! Prices, 25. 35, 50. and Special matinee on Saturday at 3 The Greatest Triumph of Ihe Century HAD JOB BUT OBJECTION WAS MADE TO QUALITY OF MATERIAL Halifax- June 15. Halifax Dredging Co. the successful ten- derer for Ihe 'Norhs at Carlclon Point, P.E I., In connection wltii the car ferry from Xew Brnnawlck lo Prtnco Kdriard Island. The conlract was The announcement Is. now made that Iho company has with- drawn' from the conlract, on which they had deposited a cheque for ten per cent, of the amount. Tho reason for Ihe wlllidrawal IB that Ehc tender nas based on tho using of lYincc Kdward Island) sands, which Irtc department refuses to ac- cept as unfit for tho nork, aa its dur- ability Is New tfl be cilled WILL FLY ACROSS THE ATLANTIC St. John, X. B, June F. Mon. tague Chambers, who proposes to fly across the Atlantic, returned to tho clly yesterday from Montreal. He an- nounced that bU Irip had been suc- cessful and at least flve Montreal financiers had agreed to contribute towards the irfp. He leaves In about two weeks for France, where he purchase the necessary machine for trip. ''There Is no doubt of m> making the he tald. PREVENTS SLEEPLESSNESS If your CM not tapflr TM, UM J. L. Witt leu Co., p Q, tm iwrtfftld OB The Empress Program Is up to a Standard, not down to a, prlcfc HER high class beautifully staged drama. PHILEMON AND BAUCIS LAKE ZELL Two Ik-allv Magnificently Colored Pictures AN EASTERNER'S PERIL THE BOY FROM THE EAST i Two Grand Western Dramas Tontolml and the Straw Hal; Jones Buys China; Pantaloon Three Outrageously Funny Comicalities MISS IRENE ALLEN Will HARBOR OF LOVE" "Flae l be pre- senled at the Majestic Theatre, on Saturday, July 5, IE a tremendously strong and compelling drama of lo- day, but It is more remarkable for .he company that presents U ibnn fir the excellence of the play Ueclf. With three of the most finished actors America, Robert Edeson, Wilton Lack- nye and Max Forgunoti, on the same slagc at the same time, together with such well-kaoKn and popular aclress- ea as Rose Coghlan, Lolila Robertson I Amelia Summers in the same cast production would afford a treat seldom acned theatrical patrons of this or any olber city. Strange aa It may seem, each part .n the play U peculiarly fitted to the talents ol each star. Seats may now bo reserved by 'phone or mall for this remarhabte such bookings lading precedence of the ad. tatice sale. It Is safe to say tlial nothing approaching this event graced the Majestic Theatre, and it U'to be hoped a capacity house wl" greet tho talented aclors and actress- es presenting this masterpiece of the twentieth tenlurj', ft V The FUl'ney African Hunt Plcturei At the Majeatlc Theatre, beginnin? Tuesday, July 1 ,for't1ircii days will be exhibited and described lite marvelous motion pictures secured on an expedi- tion organized by Faul J, Hainey, n Cleveland millionaire and sportsman, leasts of Africa. The expedition, which Mated thirteen months, consist- ed of five iKhlte mc-n, 350 native camp ollowers, and a pack of American- rained hunting dogs. Among tfce most remarkable of the pictures is that taken at ihe -waler- Wltbla a radius of sixty miles, t is the only place where the beasts can drink, and the parade that pass- es before the eye of the camera is, in IE larlety, not unlike that told of in Biblical lure, Xoah gathered his h-rd into ArX. Elephauls, slraf- 'es, rhlnoccri, zebra and a tost of asi- rcils, large nnd Email, arc seen drlnk- ng in harmony, except that the weak- er always gives piece to the strong- er animal. So carefully was the moving pic- ture machine hidden In order to pro- tect the life of the operator, thai the animals did not suspect the presence of a human being. There is also said to be a comedy clement in the scenes at the which keeps the Audience constantly amused. i Hunting scenes provide the thrll! of the entertainment. By means of pictures, spectators fol- low full cry after the leopard, the lion and the rhinoceros. Particularly magnificent, arc toe films said to he show the encounter luth the leopard. He Is seen 'silhouetted ag- ainst tho sky at the top of a tree, sur- rounded by the dogs. Also the-lion at bay, looking disdainfully at the dogs and striking his maestro paw, at any that might come too near. The exhibition is said to be enter- its genera] aspect and un- obtrusively educational in its effect. lecturer, who accompanied the ex- 'nill describe the various scenes and Incidents. Remember the date. Monarch Theatre THURSDAY, 9 p.m. Grand Bread Drawing ______FOUR FEATURES Come early lo secure a seat. 10 cents 15 lo oenelHte the af Circus When come (lo consider the re- markable eriucatrians who from to time have added luster lo the circus ncvrld. It has lo be admitted as a mat- ter of courfe that the Stickney family bold a place second to none in the history of circus' achieiemcrits, The Sclle-F'Iolo circus which bere on July 12 presents amongst tho other Important features of their pro' pram three members of this remark- able family, namely: Emma, Emily and Robert Stlckney, forming rt galaxy of stars such as -no clrcue heretofore lias had the enterprise to procure. These riders therefore need no In troduction lo' the amusement-loving public. There is nothing In liie of bareback equitation which tbey U cot accomplish with a grace and ease IE absolutely astounding.' Tho price of admission tor the Sells-Floto circus Is 25 cents as ha been Eight Qocd Pictures at the For variety and excellence, the pro- gramme at this picture )3 the laige audience, Iho devotion of the younger slater eventually making all things Monarch Theatre TONIGHT "The Love Chase" A Two-Reel Comedy Feature The scene is laid uoout beau-, tiful Niagara Falls. A laugh every minute and a scenic treat. 10 cents 1ft mooth. The rural scenes In. thlg'plc- re are icry fine. It is difficult to Imagine anything r arc beautiful than the colored pres- ntation'of the ancient story raon and Qi a reward ir their charity and faithfulness, are anaformed Into everlasting trees by uplter, so that Ihey shall not be part-. d by death in their old age." ell" Is also a most magnificent'scen- c pfclurc. These two should bo seen y all frequenters of picture Finally, Irene Allen's delight- ul singing of "The Harbor of Love" nt a filling finale ito a very tajoy- ble programme. You don't often run Up ngallisl such, an opportunity as this. We have 610 .acres of Chin, with-420 acres under, Goorl build-- lags, etc., caih balance one-half crop. HOUSES TO RENT Ilmley-Millfiri Irti Ci Sherlock Building, Phone 444 ;