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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Maich 10,1913 THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD For Rent N. E.,H J^-^*21,ifive miles E. ^Xeth^ t Iwidge Bepot; tAvo and oiie-halJSmiles'iiorth 'i'. Provincial jail about 100 acres in tame ,gra.s.s l and psfistiire. , . i\istur(3-ienoed Hog Tight. Kjcceptionally easy to inigate. south and west. , Three dry farms to rent; It takes water from the north, T. Lathrop FARM LANDS FARM LOANS LETHBRIDGE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTA E TOWN SIDEWALK HOW TWO VULCAN YOUNG MEN CELEBRATED-WHAT'S DO-ING AT BUSY CENTRE. Vu(can,>Iifirch 8.-R. E. Dodds has (purchased a fine new..auiomobile ior his livery. Mrs. H; W. Reeves Is making an e,\-tended visit in Manitoba.. MiSs Jackson, of New York, arrived on Thursday, and will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Mltdbell. H. W. Glover left last wdelt foi: Edmonton, where he will in future re-tilde. Two young men chose rather a novel way of disturbing the peace the oth�r evening, by riding their liorsos at ^reat speed on the sidewalks. They �will appear before Justice Lindsay^ to nswer for th�ir'misdeniea.nor. August Hunt, who-has. been in the employ of Elves Bros, during the winter, left pn,;.Mond.ay for his home in. �Montana. The to'wn council have .hired a man and' team lor general cleanlng-up, grading, etc; Mrs. A. T. Martin, who recRived the aad intelligence o* a fatal accident having befallen her father in Niagam Falls, left'lmmediately, and arrived In time for the funeral. The Caledonian entertalneiis gave their concert in the I.O.O.F. hall on Wednesday evening. School re-opened on Monday, having been'closed Bonie time for whooping cough and measles. R. L.. JSlves has )-eturned from' a three-months' vacation \n Southaihp-tqn, Ont. He was accompanied by his bVother, who Intends spending the summer in Vulcan. A auccesBlul sale of horses was held at Dodds' livery barn on Thursday, March_R. , . The Women's Institute: met on Thursday afternoon-. Mrs. MoPher-son gave an excellent paper on' "System In Housekeeping." Demonstrations and recipes for marmalades were given by Mrs. AllenVand Mrs. Shaw. Musical numherswe^e tendered by Miss Davis and Mrs. Mcpherson. '" ' �; ..... Mr. Fife, of the Foi'festry department of natural �neBOurces, gave a most interesting address on the germination of seeds, and the cultivation cf plants and shrubs adapted to bur climate. The ladies lire planning a competition in which, prices will 'be given for th� greatest improyenj^nt made in yards and gardens during the season. ?!; Dr. Shuttlfeworth. of Blaclcie,--addressed the farmers' meAihg on" Saturday afternoon, ' ' Cf. England left for ClaresIioJni on Saturday nlghf for a short visit, be-' tore returning to his home near Med-, icine Hat. , .....� Guelph hospital directors want the city to provide $30,000. although smaller sums have already been refused. SOME-FIGUKES AT A EO.YAL WEDDJNil:. .Arrangements have..already Ibeen mside that when'Prlnce 'Louise of Prussia is married in Octobttr next,'the Prince'of Wales and his.sister^ Princess Mary will'repreaent the King and Queen of England. Gossip at one time connected the Prlnue of Wales as a possible mate for Princess. Louise, but,the Princess Is oontiderably:oldBr than the Prince. She will marry the D6ke of Cumberland In�t�ad.  , Page 3 the BEAUTIF:i;L GAJMTOL at washington- Where the impressive ceremonies attend&nt upon the inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson, took place, BRYCEGUESIO CLUB Lauds Canada and United States for Peaceful Settlement of Their Differences Ottawa, March 0.-Right Hon. J as. Bryce, British ambassador at Washington, was the gUest of the Canadian Club at a banquet in llie Chateau Laurier on Saturday. Welcomed bv the- chairman as one are considering what they will do for co-operation in the inipcrial navy, Tliej- have npt absolutely settled the form which that is to take, nor the amoun't of money which is to be given, but the spirit is there and there is no difference between the Parties a.s to the aim and subject which are in view. ",So you may take it that what '�'ill be done here will be met in Australia and New Zealand in the same spirit, and that we shall have a combined action from ail the sell-Kovern-iing dominions, which will not only of the empire's foremost men and i j.^^^ ^j^, ^^^^ principles, but will who had dim bed the height oE almost, directed to the same end." Premier's Praise Mr. Borden paid a notable tribute to Mr. Bryce. In paft he said : every phase ot Intcllect^ial achieve-nioivt, as a student, idealist, man of letters, parliamentarian, constitutionalist, minister of the crown and diplomat. The warmth of the greeting 'given him on Saturday was a tribute, less perhaps, to his international "Mr. Bryce has spoken of the ne-ces.sary conferences between himsell and the adininistra-tions for the time fame, than to his personality as one being, in Canada, diiring his time of who has in all his visits to the capi^ olTice' at Washington, and I am sure tol, endeavored to cultivate the arts that in  whatever else Sir Wilfrid of gentlemanly courtesy and friendly social .imong those with whom he has been brought into contact. 1 mperial unity was the keynote ot | Mr. Bryce's address,-but in the.course of his remarks, he made an interest- Laurier and myself may disagree, we are united in expressing this, that the interests of Cana'da have been absolutely sate in the hands of Mr. Bryc.e; and ,that it has always been with the Utmost confidence, not only in his very great ability and in his good ing reference to the work ol the Brit-I i"'lgT�'it' which-iare-.iecognizcd all ish embassy at Washington, and do-'through the;empire,. but in lus^ devo- livered a message of good will to Canada from President Wilson and Secretary of State W. .1. Bryan. In part he said : "It has,, been ray. _ privilege to sign either 11 or 12' tteatvjp ies-I affl' liot at this moment: quite tion to his duty so tar as Canada and the whole empire are concerned, that we have entrusted to him every matter that iha.s. c^ji|i^, under his con-Sidexatioji. ' ' "And I am sure t^han,' as he has are*;entirety Uifferent frpm ottnirs 'both'"in their' ocmposl- ;tion"a,nd th^Jr o(fa{li!vTi'oomplflte eva6vi^t(on;;#ttho\i(',f>uvglng or "eliicorfifort. � "250. a box at>your druggist's. " NATIONAL onus AND CHEMIDAI. SO. or CANABA, UMlrilB. sure which,-with the United States spoken of the cordial feeling and good since I went to Washington, and of 1 will tha-tpo'tvade the people of the that Whole number, nine haVe bcfen j United State.s so far as' their rela-treaties relating to the affairs of' tions with Canada ate concerned, Canada. By those treaties,;we havcj!when.-ho--.returns tO.viWashin&ton he I hope, dealt with all.the qupStions-'Wy I'^^'^lf f'-"o'*--"s, as,-indeed, that are likely to arise betweisn the: all tliS' people ;of Canada, ' the United States and Canada-questions, assurance that there is no desire more relating to boundary; questiong le- eai^nest in.the liearts. of the Canadian lating to the disposal of boundai'y iPeople �.th3n that those good rela-waters ; questions, to the'tioiLs, liappy and cordial as they are fisheries in the international waters; at the .present moment, may be at-questions relating to the interests wa tinvbs continued and strengthened have in the Behring Sea, and . many' in the future. It would be a strange other matters,' which it would take! thing if two great nations, having too long to go into at this moment- so much in coimnon to .the purpose of and t am happy .to say that I donotpothy the'best aspirations- of demo-thinlf your relations with the United,t'^acy, should not lie able to deal States ever stood upon a better foot-' ing than they do uqwet' "It was my privilege the day be-; fore vesterday to go and call uponj the President of the United Sta,tes' and secretary of state, aj^id I told them what the sentiments' ot^ tlie government of Canada were, reiterating what I had .said to their-.predecessors on behalf of the governor-general and the administration . ot that day, and they, both of thein, e.vprcsscd in very warm terms the desire of the people .of the United States to live'on co'rdial terms and heairty friendship with the people of Canad.i. The United States have watched, I think, without jealousy, the extraordinary progress . and growth of Canada, during'the last'lO years. Tiiev can afford not to be with, and: to settle any ' temporary matters of difference or of controversy Jn a reasonable and moderate manner and, in that matter give an object lesson, to the whole world." N^vel Libelled the Grecian Soldiers PariSj 'March 8.-The attbntion of Prirtce Nicholas, of Greece, Military Governor oC Salonika, having been drawn- to ai passage in a book of Pierre Loti's, in which the aiithor ' joaloii.s because tliey liave enough tcr-' says that olficers ot the French war-rity of their own and their people, ship Bruix could testiiy to having GOING TO THE COAST ? DON'T FAIL 'rO SEE NEW: WESTMINSTER, B,G.: "i Cominii^ wewteiui grain-export port on freshwater Fi-aser River. Centre of best ag^ii'lcul'ii tiii'al district in B. C. 1^^0R INFCKMATION WRITE. , Secretary, . , ProgTcsslve^A'sjsociatioiT-ij ..4 let us say, are iv people that have a power of genuinely recognizing and admiring strenuous r|unlitics. in other nations as well as in themselves, lust as 1 am. sure than there is no feeling except of friendship and good^^ win on your side, towards the people ot Uie I'nitBd States." seen Greek and Servian soldiers goUiRq out,,the eves o' Turkish prisoners, the Prince sent ,his chief staff oflicer, Major Vlachopoulo. on board the Bruix, with ,a copy of the hook to show Captain 'Delage. ' � The captain iias now written to Prince Nicholas to sav that he sub- Mr. Bryce made reference to his i ^ittyd the statement "in Loti's book visit to New Zealand and X'irstralia. "Hoth in Australia and New-Zea^ land there has been ot laic years "a very niarUcd "rowth of the sentiment of imperial, unitv," :he said, to his olficers. .-Ml were unanimijus in charaolerizijig it as gratuitous, and declared emphatically that nothing that thev had said ' or written ', could possibly be taken as authori/.- 'I did not find, anywhere in Aus-)Jng cite their testimony for Iralia, nor in any political party in j faits. 6[. such a nature, which had Australia auv-difterence ot opinion as. jnevo'r come within their experience, 'Captain Uelage added that- he had to the- fact that it \vas the privilege to the interests of Australia and of Now Zealand, to stand in with all the rest of the British Empire and; to link their fortunes, indissolubly with those' of Canada, South Africa and Great Britain herself. Their spirit is a democratic spirit; I-sui^;-poss there is no othoi' country in which the democratic spirit has goiis further than'it has in Australia '&ntl everythin)5-d6n6' thait can' be done'^tor. the welding of the piasses' ot people; "The spirit of itiiperlal unity,Avhich prevails in' Australia and-Ncw Zea-. land, has taken ^icb-shape, as' itvhas hero, In the desire to-make arrangements tor common deJeiioe, with, the United Kingdom, � thore also thejf drawji the attention ot the Minister of Marine tp the way in which his .officers' nanies.had been invoked without their consent or knowledge, and asked him to request I.oti to.suppress the. statement in question. ;. T>h> Mln'ipter of RalHvftys explains Qiaji ,tbe; Algoma Steel Company was ipeTinltted. to Import 75,000 tons of sted'rails i)nder a, remission of half th9vi�egulai;/seven'doUur, duty, becauBe tile G;',T.'-p/and C. P. R. were int ijrg. iinti need .'of them, and the ,farmers heedj^dithe rnil'.vaya to get out their crbpSr-The'Steel 'Compahy; made'ho, propt'on. the deal. At the Bijou This attractive and pleasant house of amusement in presenting their opening p ogram for the current week take pleasure in commending it to all and sundry. Pathe'a �Weekly ot interesting events throughout thc five hemispheres of course needs no recommendation as all patrons eagerly look for this interesting and educational subject each week, the series of cartoons by Bud Fisher b�lng much enjoyed. The dramatic end of the program is especially strong. "T'wixt Love and the Law" and "Pirate Gold" being two. of the best subjects, ever projected on any Screen. A rich comedy wherein our old friend and favorite comedian, Jol;n Bunny, gets Into serious trouble, is a gloom dispeller, and as a grand finale a capital series of-Dog pictures depicting our canine friends of. all classes and kinds is EUTe to interest Lethbridge dog fanciers, and ^i\ea the general public some real idea of dogs and dogs. No doubt many of our citizens will envy some of the various breeds, as the collection is an international one and the cream df the 'canine world are �brought into view. Miss B. Lindsay Jones Is making her Initial bow to photoplay fans, and will be heard in that catchy popular song; "My Starlight Maid." "I^he refrain will sure to be takien up by the audience, at the r special request of this charming vocalist, who will un-doubtijdly add to the popularity she now enjoys with Lethibridge citizens. Music has a 'wonderful charm, and if rendered by a pleasing vocalist, the subtle air of fascination, is trebled. Come in-and enjoyithe best perfonn-aiice ever presented to the public. You will'come again. Prices, 15c and lOc', boxes 25c., Saturday matinee; children 5c. * * a Distinct Novelty at Starland Tonlflht ' One of the greatest novelties -ever Introduced into,: a photo-play theatre will be the act of Miss Louise Blliotte, the charming and talente'd young lady who maltes her initial ippearance locally, at Starland tonight. Miss El-liotte, who, in her act, appears "In. her b-rother'Sjclothes," is.the possessor of a remarkable, and at the same time splendid baritone voice, of great range and strength. Miss Bliot'te �comes to Starland direct from the principal eastern cities,' where she', has met with great success in vaudeville. Mr. W. Ledoux, the general manager of StaTland Limited, whilst on, a recent visit to Minneapolis, happened to be at the Orpheum Theatre in that city, where he saw Miss EJIUotte's act for the first time, and at onoe closed a contract with her, for an engagement over th^ Starland circuit. Miss EUiotte will, tlierefore, of necessity, be seen here for a limited engagement only, after ,the completion of which she will go to Omaha, Neb., to open an'engagement at. the Starland Theatre in "that 'cltj^; ' Miss Elliotte will be the first of a number of real top-notch . vaudeville performers, who ..are booked, for appearance over the Starland circuit, it hslng the intention .of that company to discontinue the engagement of ordinary vocalists, in their places s.ub-: stltutlng the best entertainers obtain-' able, recruited from the ranks of first-class, vaudeville. '  ' I TONIGHT-EXTRA SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF MISS LOUISE ELUOTTE "IN HER BROTHER'S CLOTHES" ' A Distinct Novelty Aieo a Splendid Photo Play Progra;n, ' � r Including ' "The Lure of the City" A SENSATiONAU DRAMA AND 4- other Good Pictures -4 NO RAISE IN PRICE3 j MORRIS THEATRE FOUR NIGHTS -rOMMENOING Wednesday/March 12th The Oliver J. Eckhardt Stock Co, WEDNESDAY NIGHT �' 'The Man on the Box' CHANGE cF BILL NIGHTLY POPULAR PRICES: .. Seats on Sale Tuesday, 10 a.m.. Box Offioa "The Man on the Box" at the Morris The vehicle in which the Eckhardt Stock Company open for a four, night's engagement, commeneing on Wednesday, March 12, is a dramatised version of Harold McGrath's. famous novel, "The Man on the Box," by Grace Livingstone Purnlss. It Is even raoi'e beautiful than the book. The few literary cobwebs have been brushed a^iray, and the gloom, If any, has given -way to a touch of bright 8napp> comedy of the clean sort, �'without rei sorting to vulgarity. In spite of this treatment, the story .remains 'intact and-the reading, public will be>gla&: to see their old. friends, "with bright, smiling faces and new clothes.'"' The characters are human, no/;' overdrawn and ones we'have met during our walks of life." ' t' ' . ' ' It is an Interesting story -well'told, probably one of the best otita kind.' The lilies are bright and quick, and the climaxes are brought out as a natural sequence of the lines and business. - The dramatic'work is paid to follow, th-e lines very closely, making a play that is intelligent and  consistent as well as amusing. The harum: scaniin adventures of Bob 'Wartittrton  are^ known to ev-ery one, and local theatre-goeirs are assured of an excellent production of this bright corpedy at the hands of this capable stock orgadlzar tion. � STAFFORDVILLE Last week the village got-word'trom the city ot Lethbridge, ^at the city had, extended the bouhdaries, .so- as to include the village'of Stafford, and word had been sent to Edmonton to have the charter amended to that effect. '�, . Mr. Joseph Pisko:. has'the. lu'mbet, on his lot ready to build a $900 coi^ "NA-DRU-CO DYSPEPSI/ TABLETS ProvBd of 6real Value to Me" There is.oniy one ezplnnation (or the nuinben of enthusiastU; letters that wc receive praising Na-Drn-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, .and .il^fit is that these tablets certainly do cure auy kind of stomach trouble. , ,  . He. I tried-reine8y sifter remedy but without any lastin); {{ood. Having.heard, of your: tablets cunng such CMes as mine I decided to give them a fair trial. They proved'Satifliactory^in my case." The remarkable success of Na-0m-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is � snob' a sncc'esa as can only come'to an honest remedy, compounded, aqcording to, an exceptions-ally good � foj-Biula, from pure mgre-dients,,by'. .earoertj-chemiiits, v It you art" troubled vfltfi .'your stomach just ask  /onr Druegist" about ''Na-lJru-Go.v Dyspepsia "rablets, conipounded by the National DrUg and _ Chemical Co. of Canada,-Xlmitcdi and sold thraughout the Dominion at soc, b' box ' im' Bijou Theatre Exetptlonally Entertaining Masterful Music The Ideal Honne of'Photo PUy TONIGHT and TUESDAY PATHE'S WEEKLY i Always Popular ' 'TWIXT LOVE AND;'tHE LAW ADellghtful brahnii'tle Production . f - . "PIRATE GOLD" A Unique Story of the Sea "THE STOLEN UMBRELLA" A Comedy of Errors "DOGS OF ALL KINDS" A* Very Interesting Sorles\ tags on William street, and-there ia '-also a cottage already half complet- -ed ofh William street, which is being built by a resident. '' � Mr.' Steve-SterUuk ia getting tin v fever for six weeks, is improving I*-' "! "v.orably, i ; Mr. Mike Vaselenak, sr., is under , the doctor's care for a lew days. . Mr. and Mi;s. Albert 'Bntwistleafld-i*;"';: daughter Lily were in from their , ranch -west of Kipp, ^Friday,- visitip^' ,f'--at the home ot G. Hargraves, WiUlam -.street. . ';/� Mr. Mike Deiaiuth leaves today for -his farm at SundiaL '>:.'Hr'^ Mr; Joe Oswell Is iftwing; in ai ilewc days for Sundial.' ' ^' Mr. Peter Spegar and \daughter hav{>! left for their farm at Lost Lake,t'Ai^> berta. . '  ; A' ' PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS '[ Your druggist will refund money, If , PAZO 0INTME3NT' falls to cure any case of Itching, I Blind, Bleeding, of' fe Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days. 50o.' ' Get Busy! Two level lots, 7th Avenue SoutH, near car line. ' $550 earh. On Terms or $600 each cash, The Dowsley - Malhern Land Co. Sherlock B:iiilg?'%i:^^J MIS.S LOUISE ELLIOTVE , ,, 'In Her Brother-s Ciothes'!' ai 8ta^^!l| land, Tonlsht , m ;