Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, Mimh 3,1911. THE LETHBIRIDGE DAILY HERALD PageT- igar Don't buy a cigar you do not know to be clean. ROXBORO CIGARS are absolutely sanitary. They are made In a model hygienic factory, which Is closely Insnected as to cleanliness, and under constant and close supervision. Thay are made by clean, healthy Canadian workers. ROXBORO method"! of manufacture are In accordance with the most approved scientific opinion on sanitary matters. There is no cleaner cigar In the world than the ROXEORO and the price, ICc, is within everyone's reach. Your Cigar c tore IRRIGATION AND \VHS:/T | C. A. Mafirath Ta:i;s to MonUes' C.in-j adian Ciuh on Sifbject i Moulrcjil, M:' i !i ' '1 i ,nJ-- li'. ,,i �. 1 �^'e and our n.-i;'h: m - lo ilir � >fli 'n | us m'131, lhxt !po ill :iic liin'a'.vdi .-i i.iiili l'.v\y;iy.s of liiirt v.orlil hhJ o ir \.. i-i^ Jiowei'E will lie ilw kp>iintr nf �l;:-.t' ilvalry, dfcl.-ircl rlmrlrs A. .\1 ii^r;:�'i M.P. for l,r;h)>r-l-n, .sjl'd-;:. ' Ing tlif! (';;nr,iijui CI,' nn \\.--- '�>: water t|ue.-";ii.s. imw' n-Ut.i . i � irarks on irri:-;!i!Ion in \''',;i "rn '".in-;i(la. .Mr. .Mairraili oIj-.t . n': Id ' !h' \\'e3t we arc riiniiini; ni.ul. 1 h(' - ve. in the growini; of u liP.it .-itKl our !';>r!ii-(i.s ari' ncii 'i'si iiMiii; il.oir i'.-.frJ* .j as lhe>- Hhu'.lil. Tlio vniiic of irri-.Tfl lands is thai ilioy inalin onii t-rop f.-irm-i ing inipos.sililp." 'lin- sreat nuiiuie ni Uie West, ilic s;ic:ii-.rr f^aid. ll..i> with the popiil.i 1 ill! ii Wd'ild l.o m!. ' uiion to lairy in ibr intiiio it iv:'� (iiieBllm wl:(,'ih('r ilirrr woiih! I.r^ r. i " cient iviU':^]- for donifstir ir-e anil r|,-. workinir of pinvi'lins for it by :;rii-n-tific melhods w.ui no' to ��.(.� (idnyrcl. The sohonr.or Bnitcn. forniPiiy oi PIclon, was hnrni'i! al Kiiif;:-!on. AT FiCHL, NO USE FOR THE MILITIA Vancouver Trades and Labor Council Against -Price of Soft Coal Vancouver, March 3 -Vancnnvrr Trades and I.ahnr Cinnicll propose tc invoke tlie Foderal Combines Investigation Act to the end of a.sccrtaininj; why soft coal is selling in A'ancouvet at J7.50 a ton in a provinre that ha.-; the largest coal measures on the continent and also (he condition.s under which the minrrs work hv siRninp application and Rome; before a iiidtrc. It was explained i1 was possible to have a Royal Commission appoinlcd without cost to .ipplicants. ,\ resolution was passed conrieniniiig militarism. It concluded that the council regards men who join militia or etnplov members of the mililia as dangeroii.s to the working class anil the militia as a useless drain on public funds. RADICAL CHANGES IN THE LIQUOR LAW MARRIES EER NINTH HUBBY AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT I If at ' I'incliei- Creek, Alarcli 2. - I.ast i niKiil ..' U. iMcXioiil, of Lcthljridi,'e, . (ieiivrri'il a splenilid .iildrcss alon,:; tlie ill I's of piililirii V in tlic I'lionis of llie C!:a,ij: IT of I oiiiun rci', .Mi Uiiuui;U h rriiiarl.s were of ll^e p..si prae-tical rliarr'"!"r. and the iiiforniatinn di'n;.eii frnpi tliem will hr of a most iij.'iiil ci.a I iM' In till' ,is ;i''''a t i.iti !\..c,iie.l rii.il:in:; an exhibit of [ ii'ir n-'i.ur'-es, ami one only, i" r: I'lril liiuv lie had dune .s.tni-f.ir 1 .clliliriiiiu' in the Cnit-.,((.'. I lis ri'ii?.uiis were punc-. w (111 o-r.'.-i>'!!-il liiinior.ius aii-.s iif Ins 11\\ !i pi'ici'diirt' in I lie .1 .Alter t'ie ailill'-'S a niiiii.' pifs-nnt paid tinir memhership �r-:. lb" aiiiii^ml i-,iVHi'.; lie":i lixed at. III! 'ri;e Cjiairl.cr of Commerce i.s 1,, .ihc.id all riu;lil, and will Icjv !)!� beard of nt son;e of the r.e ' ih;i ;nns. fjtlii'r in the.States 1 ar.ol.i d'lrr;'; I be yi a r 'i'here as ,1 !,";.r'' a 11 eiidaiiei- at tbi' meet-.iiid iM'iili en' linsia-iin maiiifesleil \ N ^I'lAa',. fiiriiieil\- i.l ll;.' l-^cllO, � ri.'.sl \ csterdav. (.'lilr-ViO. Mai'-b L'. -T]u' sfriU'i' o; lii.o'.vpt (j; ' !ors |s o\er. President I.Mi''b. of ib(> '!'>!' ���r,.r,!i!,-al riiion. ,1 ilif -.-D-i^^i wa-, il[i,;r.| and unwise. Ii;'.-nialli'i'.:!) Ty: o �rp.j-.iiicnl Vn- Owing- to the length of the play, eo'ipled with the fact that .Tack Rrcok-iaJd fAIr. Ifoward), the leading cl-nr-aeier in "The Witching Hour," enters ' inimerilatcl.i- after (he rise of (he ciir-i:iin, supgeRlion is offend that those who intend going to the Majestic the-;'.lre toi.isht should be seated before '� '.''i o'eloclc. The Oeorpp H. Howard Company will this evening make a rhange of bill, presenting Augnstiis 'lUoniaif' great play with all the elab-ji'.-\(enPEs which mari^ed the original production. John Mafion, America's 1 r"aiesi actor, ha.s been playing "The W telling Hour" for four yenr.s and it i' regaiTb'^d not o:ily as sreatest plei-e bo ever appeared in. but ranks as the ii. i=t sensational play of this decade. Tlie suecpssl'ul o|)pnlng of the limit-pd Howard season last night in "The -l.-nirr" furnished a rare treat to !..^ihbrid?.o theatre goers and evei\ Mulir-aiion p.iints to packed houses during tile reutainder of the engagement. Tomorrow- afternoon and even-,iiig �Hello HiU" will be given. ThI.s Is a liilarioiisly funny faree and rivals o'.en "The .Man From Me.xico " Seventy Year Old Dame Says Average Man Is Useless Evansville, Ind , Mar .3 -Polly Ann Weed, a wealthy niulti-divorccc, 70 years old, was m.irtied yesterday to her ninth husband, Harrison .'Sfrods, who is one year her junior Mrs. Strods was married when IS years old to .James Weed, and a I each recurring death or divorce she has retained his name. .After lie died, she divorced husbands number two and three, husband number four committed .suicide, number five and six-died natural deaths and left hrr conf-fortable. Numbers seven and eight she divorced. She said yesterday she had loved all Iter husbands alike but that the average man is worthless. Ontario Will Collect Five Per Cent on Receipts Over Certain Amount Toronto, Feb. -Three most important bills were intioduced la tlie legislature today, twn dealing with the liquor license situation anil the otITer imposing a tax on race Irack.s in the province of Ontario, Tb.e first hill was introduced by (fi.u. W. ,1, Ilanna and proposes to coliect a per cent, of all the bar receijits above an average of -$10 per il.iy. Tn this ei.'l licensees must make inoptlily leluriis of receipt.s, aecf)i;),panieil bv a fi\e p.-r cent, payment to the province d,irect, through the provincial secretary's department, and in order that the latter may keep a cheek, the bill gives an ofheial of the clipirtment acccr.s to all books of a licensee, as well as to all books of wholesalers. Mr. Ilanna explained that in cutting off of so many licenses remaining hi)li!s were ensured greater increased patronaiie and was felt only fair that a portion of this unearned increment should con'c hack to the people of the province, A large proportion of the smaller hotels in Ihc province would not be affected at all. Another important addition to ; the act gives the province power of Veto over all licenses in the province. I-leretoirre it had had this pow er over !icens"s in unor!:ani/ed districts. It is n.il propn I en the rral con-�' .>,1 by them. cose JAW .Montreal, M^u'-'i :i,-(^nnstab|.> .r. I-.'.";.', .-ir !s of !!�.� \^'f, Ill laiii poii,'? ;or,t.. I::..--, ri.'ei.i'd m-� � fication of bis fippojiii i.,i'i,; ,i.i ..-�.�.�Mill on the new p.oic,. l'i|.o:(l .M. I.-l\.,. '.-'.iHk. Con- .siable I-;.!' . � l.� li:.,, .1 thii'loiMi years I sorviy mi'Iodrtimatic, with some tine siiu.ilions. "The I'^aslorner" is an 1 ap.p.'aliir-; play. The personality of ifltorae 1'., Howard w-as enough to give I life, and 'est to the piece, and to keep ibo a idbmce interestedly absorbed Possessed of a quiet, re-j fliK d. O'.l it may be said, c|uaint hu-.n:o;-. be ever caught the fancy of his d be the ir.M ji,,,^,.,,^ v;,^,. ^^.^^ jacking in his ! niobiilr.-.matic monu-nts, for the part 1 of J.i'in Wardfn was kept'well under jc mirol and irue to nature. It is pleas-jing to wiine.sF .a piny where eharac-lerK are consistently played, and nliere p.a.'-slon i.s not "lorn to tatters." Miss .M:iri.)n Dunn made a good Min-ervH \i\u^,\e\\ lionsei-'peper. and. latterly, wife I'f IKm Koli'.i as. otberwiao C.uy Hiiner, who played the p.Trt of llie sherifl in very api ropriate fashion. Hora .'ohrisoti ;iml .?.".ne(lc Hobbins, hlf daii>:lii ers, were represented by Misg |nor.'ns M.Uih.'v-i and Miss Kva .Mar-jlella, and ibey v.er.-. not wanting in tUfir respe.'ii'. e robis. In a ii'^Ti siieerli ;\Tr. Howard an-inoiinred ib.il th.-re would be a (iper'ijl tr,"at for the la lies this evenlni;, m-lth (t'-tiiir.'s on t'.j s'-ipp direct from I'ari.^, or was it \^t-"."..�(! tbrna;.li a err.- lo- of i'lfantry l;:-f ni.:)ii F"('':r'�� a '^",1 were inj.ire.l. Ki\ of tV.'i'i. i' .-1 '''nr: a llpetunatit, t- i-(.ii-lr. 'I ^iC c.:~;."r'_.r v,--." yfe-npf iiv. : . a-.oid a ;|ir ..n by turtiin;,? ovi of >'�.' ro'i I v.hcn his mnchfiie cot nwa-, from liim. PABLO HAS TO KILL BUFFALO rruapj 7'64MA1NST. -WINNIPEG. 1 ronstahalr.ry. LETHBRIDGE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE III lots ill Posedalp at J1.".0 each-$2.". cash and $.t per month, S lots in fluff Addition, BIk. 24-Str.'i p.-ieh. 1-3 cash. 4 and S monibs balance, Ti-ll us uiiat you w-ish to buy and we can got it for you, McLACHLAN REALTY CO. 11-12 Southard BIk. Phone 538 STEAMER MEETS WITH MISHAP A .)'..-ohama, March 3.-The Etcnmcr AMnii'-.-otn, of the Grcot Northern s eam.sl.ip line wiilch recently sailed fr.jiii iloi..',c K.:'g aad oliam.-! for .-'eattle, ii.ior'el ri'uniiiig to this i'ort as a result of a mi.s'iai. lo bri| mafbiirfery. Tl.c aCvudieiil oeeum-ed ^licn the \easei was ITup miles out from here. SEED POTATOES For Sale ^\'e ar.' impovi.nsr f.-om the C, s, a 'P i.t'T of lb.- f.'b lowlnc '�!! known varleiiis of roiaio'.s lor seed imr posi'.= � Green Mountain, Irish Cobbler, BuiU & Triumph, Early Ohio and C.urbrnk. , Can see samples at our office. Get your orders in eirly as we have but a limited quantity to offer, Marshall & Ramsey Phone 676 -Room 4 Southa,-d Block- Lethbndge They Are a Menace to the Settlers~The Final Round-Up Soon (.Special (o the Herald). Edm.uHoii. Alia , March 3, - Tlie. roundup of t!ie remaining f!0 hiiilalo on Flathe.iil Indian rc-erve in Western Montana will begin on .March I.t, aceording to Howard Douglas, Commissioner of Dominion Parks, who has ret itriieil M otii Aloiilaiia, where l.c ms lic.ai iii.ikiaL^ .inangeiiient s ii.r a Haul ..-hi;>i,:e!i! i.f hiilialo to Waiii-wrighl Ibilbil.. P.irk. i "'I'lie i..uiihi|i Uill he out hei..ic the sno\\ Is Kiiiie,' said Mr ni.ii'ii.is "(hir ]iiirpo,a' ill liegiiiniiig iiov, \k in eii.ilile ibe ndeis In 11 acln.i wlc .i.t a P-oiislant i!ien,.ce to iccoii!i�fi-llirs Tlie opening of (he re-r a lo selllenr'tit hss br..iin':t --.'tiVrs on the Und, and Pablo f.. m.l bin -.-'i with the pi'.^l cct of b'' I ,� dainares f.-.r aiiv los-- of ! '�" ' sfritcti'iii of pi-.Peril .,cc:-n itv of Pshio for t'leii ,i(l;..'. � - V !- made S..1c.I- I .-.-to-datc Dress Good.s-In (1 lic'iiitifnl rang-p of colorings,- mnuvc, ffi'ov, green, nav^^ and other .shades. liegular $l.0() and $1.25. Special for Saturday ......,.......,. Ginshams and M\islins-In pretty fkiial and stripe effects. 27 inches Avi(h\ KegLiIar price 25c and 35c. Special Saturday............... TOWELS AND T0^^T3LLING Red Striped Turkish Towels-20 x 45. Kegiilar40c for, per pair.......... . White Striped Turkish Towels-22x48 Beautiful quality and very absorb-eiil. Ilcgular60c, Special, per pair. . Glass Towels-Hemmed, ready for use in blue and red border. Size 23 1-2 X 30. Special Saturday, 2 for....... Shoe Department We Have a Few Pairs of those $6 Shoes for hidies still on hand and will sac-i-ifico them for (these are a snap at tlii.'; price) per pair ............S2.65 A Job Line of Men's Fine Shoes-In x}vi kid. i)nx calf and patent calf ](\Tth('rs. Keg. $4.50 to S5.r,0. Sat-unlax' Sprcinl ..................$2.35 RFP.BF.RS, RUBBER BOOTS, ETC. For Men. Women and Children, at reasonable prices. >. . .. 49c 15c 30c 45c 2Sc WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE lOiTorts are bcinR made at Edmon-lon to et'cci a compromise by which ' oiiimis'^i.iiiei Boullion will bp re'.nin cii in olbcr '/'here ,ire 771 cases of typhoid fever at Ottawa, A ri'.l took place at Sprinp Hill, N S , ill which .ofin strike symprtlhiz-eis pai : u ipa!i.-il. Manager ,'-=harp, of tiie iro'r .\a.s injured, ami tb-' boires i.f \\iP stn'vi;.;; meeliaau , ul'o b.id retarr.cii to work were wiecked. 'troops wcic called nut and tlie streets eicLied Tliirl\-I:',e -Vneriean railways have -'ecideil n.it to appeal from the deci- sion of the rnt^er.sCat* Commerce Com mission denvine the roads increased freight rates. Ontnrio is going to float a provin- � cial loan for $5,000,000. $2,000,000 will be used to carry tht hydro-electric transmission line to Windsor, and $.i,C00.000 on government railway*. j Calvary will spend 5468,000 on j schools this year. 1 The \"eto Bill has pas.sed its second rending, ! .\ deputation from the Bahama Islands will interview the Dominion government in regard to uniting -with Canada, Sasitfltoon has decided to pay its mayor $,1,000 per rear and its solicitor $3,noil per year, the latter to der .vote his whole time to the work. ;� , V (!e. j \\:n\f (^tiislUy, others price. Sensible people gei uciij \^ hen tliey buy m aa :. � . ; ,- .. ai '1', '� -r r; I'.e C- ,-. - ' . n ''. o was 111.; ti" V ' -, .' l.aM"-, i-c- .- -a r-'.....� � ' � . � ! III.. dc''t -ic, , 1 .! ' b,, ! pleieincnt ; in re - ;.i t.. i;-, "i"":.--- .o fore 111' ' r".-e';�'ct, w � r-i-r,i --on. An a m 'tier '.f far; ,t 1!, I'l re, i-o-!h?c! \oy }ho ii.---''ee'-e, d- 'lired � ben the ca.se wa.s ia:'.~.l fba- i::e i)r. , . .-c wi,-l;e(| lo euil I,:-,yt i-r-.i- Knii t'r a le;;b in la KHS [lilie npiM.silr ll;i' Cil;, liaM in, Si. Catlieriiiei-: was iu-arly a"|)h.'xin'cd. ' Blue Kibboi5 Tea. If yon dan't find ttils tea snperioi' in v.hstJ yon have been using', please return ii and get yoiu* money refunded.