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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta '"1 a\ies(lay, Mai'clill, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALI) Page 3 MORRIS THEATRE Four Nights and Saturday Matinee, co^^mencing To4norrow Night, Wednesday^ March t2th Oliver J. Eckhardt's Ideal Stock Co. IN A REPEKTOIRiE OF NEW AND STANDARD PLAYS WEDNESDAY On The Box" Fioiii Harold Magratli's Famous Novel CHANGE OF PLAY NIGHTLY Popiilar Prices. Seats on Sale at Box Office, 10 a. m. daily. .  Pirst Appejarance Here of , i. Miss Louise Elliotte � "IN HER BROTHER'S CLOTHESM -TODAY- All-Stap Feature Photo-Plays, Including � The Lure of th^ City" A MAGNIFICENT DRAMA' - - -TOMORROW- The Vengeance of Egypt^ A STARTLING PRODUCTION IN THREE REELS Bijou Theatre TONIGHT A PROGRAM OF INTEREST, EDUCATION, AMD MIRTH. COME IN AND HEAR Miss Lin. Jones In Catchy Popular Airs Special for WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY My Baby" A Prettily Told Story Prices: 10c and 1Sc; Boxes 25c mS AGAIN TIEE Apology from Starland /The managoment o( Stai-land apolo-Bise to ttiflir many patrons for the non-sippaaranoe last, evening of Miss ajQuiae Elliotte, 'who was unavoidably tietained, by bad train conneations Ironi Winnipeg. MiaftBlIiotte,arrived iln the city this morning, and will pps-ltivclj:_ ippeai- at, atarlaild, both, this afteiii'ooil^ and tonight, rend'ering the latest -song successes, internllngled ^vith her "In H�r Brother's Clothes" Ret. A splendid programme' of feature l>hoto-playB is 'laGing shown at Star-fland today, including one of the strongest dranjas seem here for some time, in the-offering of "The ljure of *iift City.;'?....., Tompri'oiv and Thui-sday will witness tie'shoVliigs ot'the sensational iJgypflan mystery . story "Tli'e Ven-� geance ot Egypt." )>' t: �_ * * Eokhardt's Stbck Company at Morris Novels* in drfimatized forrii ar^ rap-ilflly becotnlng the most-popular plays V of the .theatrical season, 'flie record tor targe bu^ness in nearly every the.attre axe now lield by plays that lave hffeii dramatized- from a pop-ailar n'ovel':" One of the best plays of ithis type is a dramati'/.ation ot Harold iMagrath's famous novel "The Man on the Box." This is one of the most Dopular and widely � read stories of the jirosent gonwation. The dramatic Tvork'is said to'folidw th� original wapusoript vary closely, malting a Iilay that is intelligent and consistent Es ivell as amusing. . AlthougR thig -comefly has been given a presentation in Keihbridge be-, tore, It is a comedy which .never falls to dellshl, and the. amusing adven-tin'e$ of Bob Warburton never fail- to �]lcJt unbounded mirth, "The Manon the Box" will ho the 1)111 'with which tl)� Eclthardt Stock Co. 'iwili open a four-night's engagement and Saturday, matinee at the Morris Theatre, commencing on Wed-Jieoday, March Xt'th'e'Blj'ou This, the recognizejj hom& of merit >in |iliol;o-play was the scene last night of something novel in the way ot Amusement. ' Miss E. Llndsey .Jones in her rendition of "Starlight Maid," caP; tlvated the large audiences, and the, air'was so compelling that almost tiit-. consciously everyone was singing the chprusj which added greitly to the enjoyment of the performance. Ijn-doubtediy this lady^ has; already sung her way into th� hearts of Bijoti patron^ and harmony .will reign during her engagement.'. The pic-(uT�s . projected are oxcellent, and the ina-nage-ment \yere complimented, on the high class ot entertainment provided. For Wednesday and Thureday another capital programme win be ptesenterl, a very pretty iilcture from the Bio-graph studio, entitled "My Babyf" being deserving of special mentiori. It is a simple story, but told in such, a manner that the spectator reg'rets when the final scenes ar^ brought Into view. .Wss Jones will,be hekrd'ih another popular melody, with a swinging, chontis, and It is certain that the house will ring with the retrain. Come and hear her, you are guaranteed a tceat. MHEALEISNOW TOWN SECRETARY ELECTED TO SUCCEED MR. GUE : AT WARNER-POPULAR MAN LEAVING -TOWN JAMES 1. M'DOiLD Oil STREET SUDDEN CALL CAME TO WELL-KNOWN "OLD-TIMER" NEWS-. PAPER MAN Calgary, iMarcb 10.'--.lames Norman Macdonald, veteran newspaper Man of the west, dropped de�?cl on the street this evening. He 'was born in Listowel, Ont.,.about fifty years ago, and came, west in 18i)3. , He was. the founder of the Moose Jaw 'I'lmes, was for a number of years associated with the pegina Leader, resided iu Liet';-bridge for a time, editing the.News, and was for many years connected with the Morning Albertan, Mr. Macdonald probably Itnew more "old-timers" than any other westefrn newspaper ifian. He was an ardent Conservative, and wag connected witli some of the b^st fanillies in the' Lia-to'wel district. . TreatJ-'i ment. Just as effldent as our treatment, for the Liciuor Habft. / ' Write for Full Information. THE im INOTTUTE c6., LlMiliy ' 820 Thirteenth Avenue'West.,, Calgary.. , PHOf^E w! 4828 : Warnisr, March 10.-.A. meeting ol the dire6l6rs"6{ the -Warner TVgricul-tur'al Society, was held on Saturday evening, when A. P. Vcale was elected .secretary-treasurer, to take .tlie place of JD. 1. Gue, who has left iiie town. A meeting will be held at a later date to arrange dates lor the fair, and other niatter.s oi importance will be taken up. . IC. C. Laing.has leased the old Mc-Neely lumber yard, where he 'Will carry oh his implement business. �. S. LeiTmgwell is in. Lethbridge on business for a tew days. Carl Englehart, who for the past year has been yard foreman with the Citizens I^umber Co. here, is leaving to take charge of a new yard which the company is opening I'lp in Sas-: katchewan. "Ingie" will be much missed here,-especially on the hall team, as he showed last sunimeir. that he was one of the best all-rouniivball-players iu Southern Alberta, ami his aL'^,ence will consirtBrably weaken the Warner team. He carries with him the best wishes of his many friends here for his future success, SPENT FIVE CENTS tY .'Chicago,; March 10.-William 'c. Thorne, vloe-preisident of Montgomery Ward & Co., a mail order house, told the Vice Commission today that a .girl can live oif $8,00 a week, thus: Room rent, $3.00; breakfast (coffee and rolls), AO cents; luncheons, ~ 90 cents; dinners, $1.40; car fare, 60 cents; clothing and lucld'entals, ?1.70i ' The witness gave the following statement to show that the Commission's Idea that there should be a minimum wage scale of $12.00 a week for 'women, is too high. The figures givetn, he said, were the actual expenditures of one of his 1973 female employees. Another girl employee disbursed hor wages as follows: Room and board, ?3.50; loundry, 20 cents; ear fare, 20 cents; clothing and incidentals, ?3;80; .Savings,' 25 cents. The statement falls to account for a surplus of five centB, but this was not explained, and Senator Beall remarked that the girl probably � spent it frivolously. , , A SOCIAL EVEiyiNG Cardston, Alta., Mai-eh 7.-'Dr. and Mrs. J. Elmer Amos entertained-In., their Cardston. suite, in the Central Block, last night, tn.honor of Dr. S: S. W'ray, of Raymond.. Games and chlt-a-ohat ero.ployed the time of the guests, and a dainty lunch was served at midnight; The guests bidden were: Dr, andvMrsl Lynn, Dr. and Mrs. Christie, Mr, and Mrs. W. McD. Talt, MlSs Hamilton; Mlas Keith and Mr. O. "W. ribkufi. " ' CHARGES AGAINST MINISTERS DEFERRED UNTIL TODAY- CODERRE WAS IN MONTREAL Ottawa, March 10.-The House went Into committee again this afternoon on the Navai bill ,a.nd the session shows every sign of continuing for another week without adjournment. Just befoiie the government orders were. reached, Gauthler, of St. Hye-cinthe, rose to a question of privilege, and asked leave of the House to itate a case whioh he had prepared. Th� question related to certain charges of Irregularities in connection with the Hochelaga bye-elecfiou, during which Hon. Louis Coderre, secretary of state, was re-elected to Parliament. Mr. Borden,stated to Mr. Gauthler that Mr. Coderre was In Montreal, and requested he postpone the presentation until he returned. The assurance wag given to the member for St. Hyaclnthe that he would have an opportunity to bring the matter up tomorrow.. Sir Wilfrid opened' the debate in the committee stage by urging the rrime Minister tor further. information in connection with the estimated cost of the fleet units built in Ca-ada, 'which he had received through the Admiralty, and the leader of the opposition pointed out that the information which had been brought down wiis merely ah extract of the correspondence received, Mr. Borden intimated that certain portions were not revelant to the cost, and stated that he had no auh-ority to present them to Parliament. Mr. Carvell, of Carleton, during the afternoon and part ot the evening, undertook to analyze the comparisons made between the cost In 1909 and the estimates given by the Premier. J. G. Turiffi of Asslnlbola, followed. Just before midnight, Mr, Borden appeared in the House, a-^d produced the remainder, of the correspondence asked for. Two memorandums received from Winston Churchill, First boi'd ot the Admiralty, were read. In the'first Mr. Churchill outlined the difficulties of establishing ship building in Canada, and in the second I'eferred to the estimates ^ven. LADY POWELL. IS GOOD SOLDIER'S WIFE London, March 10.^-M3eneral Sir Baden Powell's bride/Who was Miss Olave St. Clair Soames has proved IVerself worthy of b^ng the wife of the founder /-and 5'hiyi't-,.of. the Boys Sccuts-of the world'; She has been roughing it In Algeria with her husband,. :^ho is Inured,to hardships. '.'We were living the simple lite In the deeert. We had only p)ie pan, and that had to do for both trying fish and boiling coffee," said Lady Powell, in describing her life as the soldier's wife. The scouts cheered Lady Baden Po!well. who laughed and bowed. The Cigar that pleaay Get a quarter's worth and see if it isn't all and more than we have led you to believe it would be. Of oounse, if you get a 23c. or $35. prire, you'll feel pretty good over your purchase. But whether or not yon win a cash prize, you'll get a prize inpleafuua ' with every "Flor de Claro". GRAJNBY, One. WILL ESTABLISH A SORIG HOUSE ON WEYBURN LIN That was Practically the Decls-, ion Reached'by the Wool Growers Yesterday Backache is a KIDNEY TROUBLES, BLADDER DISORDERS, RHEUMATISM, AND SERIOUS DISEASES FOLLOW. There are other symptoms, such as pains in the regflon of� the kidneys, nervousness, dlzzi-: Hess, tired and worn-out feeling weak bladder, painful,, scaldy ur- � inary troubles, whlch.are just as �dangerous, for the slightest kldr ney derangement If neglected �may develop Into the dealdly Brlght's Disease, Dropsy, or Diabetes. It is not only dangerous, but needless, for you to suffer, and endure the tortures, of these troubles, tor the new discovery Croxone, quickly and isur^ly : ends all such misery. There is no more effective remedy known for the cure ot kidney, bladder trouble, and �rheumatism, than this new scien- . tlflo preparation, because it re- � moves 'the cause. It soaks right into the kidneys, through the walls and linings, cleans out the clogged !up pores, neutrallaes and dlsolves the poiaonotis uric acid and waste matter, that lodge In the joints and muscles and cause those terrible rheumatic pains and makes'the-kidneys fijter the.poison from the blAod and drive it out of the-system. Three doses of Crozone a day, tor a few days Is often ,all that is needed to cure the worst backache or overcome disagreeable urinai'y disorders, and you can take it with- the utmost confld-vence that nothing on earth will so Quickly cure the worst case of, kidney, bladder trouble, or rheumatism. You win find Croxone dlfler-ent from all other remedies. 'There Is nothing else like It. It Is 80 prepared that It is practl--cally IrppoBslble to take it Into ithe human system without, results. 'An original  package 'costs but a trifle at any first : class.drug store. AU'drugglsts-1: are authorized to personally ^re-Iturn the puroha'se price If Croxone shpuld fall in a single case.: ,. The meeting of the Wool Growers held yesterday was continued tq some length, with tlie hope that Prof. Arkeli of the division of Sheep Husbandry at' Ottawa, would put in an appearance.: During the discussion several matters of vital importance to the breeder were brought up. In regEird to the establishment of'a warehouse, it was decided that' the best plan would be to wait another year as the season was tpo far advanced. A committee was elected however to go ahead with .the plans considered regarding the erection of a centrar shearing, sorting aiid packing plant. The committee consists of President R. C. Harvey, L. Harker, J.' T. Heninger, Joe Young and- Ray Knight. They were authorized to select' a suitable ^location for the plant, and. it was suggested that some point near the Lethbridge-Weyburn � line from Stirling would he suitable. Some of the smallor;breeders will be compelled to shear, at home, sack their wool and trans-ship it to the ' central"; plant to; be sorted and packed. ' ' '' It would :be: Impossible. to secure'.a place on the range of easy access to every one, on account of the dlfBculty In ti-alling, 'sd' the smaller bands will have to be sheared separ^.tely and the wool then taken to the main shearing plant.. President Harvey submitted plans of a shearing plant that- seemed most feasible. j The sheep will be driven into one side of the pens, and all the owner will have to do w'ill be ;to load his baled wool And brand-his shorn >sheep at the other end. The cost of shearing ,will be cut down probably one cent per head, as the shearer will not need to tie the fleece as formerly, but simply put It >NAIPS0NI1NE Stoarnehip and Railway Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE ~ Can be purchased on,this side and forwhrded to your family or : frloads. Our way': of handling this business is Impossible to beat.Your passengers will receive full Instructions. We advise you when they wlU. reach their desMnatlons." RATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE ,/ SAILINGS PVERY WEEK r For full information, see steamship and-railway agents. Or write-- H. E. LIDM'AN, Gen'l Agent. 4')�. Main Street Winnipeg; Mfin. on a table In front of him, where the sorter will receive it. When sorted the wool passes on to the baler, which packs and presses it into bales Tveigh-Ing about 350 or 400 pounds,. There will be one grader to eaoh'i two shearers, or about twenty in all.' The use of machine shears was discussed and nearly everyone present agreed that, owing to the � inclement weather which usually prevails after shearing the plan would not be successful, as the clippers shear too close dnd the sheep are too easily- chilled. The old proverb that "Ood tempers the wind to the shorn lamb" Is'not always true, and the machine Clippers could only be used where the weather was milder, or where proper shelter could be provided In emergencies.. The problem of shearers was taken up, and a Coinmittee appointed to secure forty shearers and bind them bV, contract. This will not be any easy undertaking. In 1912 the^last man to get his sheep to the pens was compelled to pay two cents per'head .more than the rest in order to get his shear-^ theduty imposed be a percentage of this. If the^ tariff were raised It'would, shut out the smaller buyer completely, and he would be unable to get stock anywhere else to consume bis sarplus teed. It was pointed out that while the undesirable type of sheep was not wanted, yet the small Importer did not bring sheep in for breeding' purposes, but simply to feed ahd dls-. pose, of as mutton. :Following Ig Mr. Buckley's Interpre-. tatlon: He said that the:venj'. same sheep that could be bought now lot drova. 95o to- ?3.00 per head, woujd have: ^brought $12 per head eight or nine years; ago. ''It is not because of thclf" poor breeding that the prlo'o has gone ^ down, hut just because they ate a little older," saJd he. . , The meeting was adjourned, at ,5:30 o'clock. Just in time for the members -from the south to catch the 5.45 train. BIG MERGER OF MIES COMPilES ' Toronto, Onl.,'March 10.-The $27,- '. 000,000. company which has. ohtainesdy a charter^ from the Dominion .govern-, ment .called the International -Light,*: Heat and Power company - which, Ing done at all. The shearers .usually i?'^?^ t\�"B^* MacMenzie and get tired along about that'Uiiie, and 1 represents a tremen- want to get into town. But the as-! sbciatlpn are determined to get good shearers, if they have to cross the line to do it.; , � � ' The matter of a warehouse was again discussed, the members 'heifig about equally divided as to tlie loca-� tlbn. Mr. Young was in, favor.- of noft only a.; warehousej but of a mill as well to he located in Lethbridge.-Buyk ers 'from the east, or from, Glasgow ahdvLIverppol,'j purchase on a scoured basis. They make lots of talk about fiaeness and length of staple, but-it, Is the washed basis they are buying oh, and what troubles them most is,'-how much grease and dirt is going to scour out,, A breeder does not relish having to pay freight on from sixty to seventy pounds of dirt and grease to Montreal or Toronto, in order to get thirty or forty pounds of wool there. This matter will be left in abeyance' until the; arrival of Professor Arkelf, when some provision will undoubtedly' be made tor next year. In the meantime the work In connection with the! shearing plant will go ahead, as the association was assured of the gov-; ernment's'support, which assurance is hacked by ?3500. '  Before adjourning President Harvey made reference to ah item which apt peared some tl meago, where a certain; Magrath ismall breeder had intimated that Mr, Harvey wis not looking''put, for the small man, when he'endeavor,' ed at Ottawa to have the^ tajfiffo'in;', creased on sheep coming In from''the f States. Mr. Harvey statdd tliat'he' had the Interests of the whole org'sn-J ization at heart, aiid his ohj'ect in' try-'f Ing to -increase the duty^as; to' shiit-f out a type of 8hW; tbatrfWas.iinde^ir-j able for breed[Ing",purposest Vgpi^e geh^i eral sentiment was'that" the: dli:j;^;;oni sheep should he levied according!, to* a fixed, standard .and not on a percent'i age basis. "That is, a sh6op 'phbuld bje' :wortlV''not]es'8 tlian:'foiir'.''dolIar8":i^ a lamb not less than two dollars, and,; dous scheme of re-organization ol ga? and electric interests of .the; Unite.dv'jl States, and Canada. Thr re-arrange--;';''.';| ment of .the. subsidiary concerns ;,-(}�V,;!i, -the New York house of" Hetiry L.' " Dougherty :& ,Co., is the great: mers--/i*sv> e'r scheme. ' ' ' The plans included no .companjes-:.:';.| oiitside'of gas and electric concerns, 1^^^^^^^^^^ I'and no new stock will be Sold" to' the' , 'i^ public. The Consolidated Cities Light, Power and Traction Co., is to aq-quire for;the Dominion Gas;Co.,r:'otv.;?;v its subsidiaries, the Brantfo'rd;, an^s""'" do., the Woodstock ,Gas Light;;''Goi; l^'the St. Catharines G-as Co., and six''';- other smaller Gas compahies'in Sou-r' thern Ohtario, Orillla council has voted �1500 to-.,-)} w'ard the Champlaln celebration of 1915. � ' Get Busy! Two level 'lots, 7th Avenue South, near , car, line. , . < $550 each. V,On Terms or $500 each cash; The Dowsley - Mulliera?^ land, Go.''.$c' ^ SUerlock BlflfiT. Tth 1^ 20 63074 ?51134 ;