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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Maich 14,1913. THE LETHBRIDGF DAILY HERALB US you only knew what pleasure the Quebec Doctor Been Working For Two Years on Consumption Cure Ottawa, March 13. - Di-. F. V. Frieilmann-already has a rival. The Uerraan pliysiolaii, who claims l.o have found a serum which cures tuh-orculosis, and who (lemonsUvitcil his methods in Ottawa yeslcraay has had his pretensions overshadowed by those of another, though anonymous investigator, to fluote the statiiments of Dr. A. .1. Richer, of Moulreal, who is attached to the sanatarium ot St. Agathc, Quebec, in an address delivered at a public meeting held jn the Young Men's Christian Associfi-tion, i)y the Canadian Association for the prevention of tuberculosis, last night. That in .iusticc to a medical man of 26 years' experience and undoubted repute ; a man who had two years ago crabarl4ed on this particu-iar pha.se of tubcrculo.si.s work and who hAd discpycred a . serumr which had shown results on animals much more favorbble than those ot Dr. .Kriedmnun'a alleged cure, and preliminary effect of the treatment on hu-wan beings were -most enoouraging, he could not  refrain from, making these results public, though he was not in a position to disclose the name of the man who had made them pos-siblc,_ was- Dr. Ricker's statsment. FuHhcfmore, he maintained, l)r. Friedman's trciiitnicnt. was ho new it.hinE;; . papier.s' embracing all its claims had been delivered last year at an: international medical congress and had not -aroused any furore among the irredical ' hion in attendance. In ptoof of his statements as to the superiority of the serum originated by his anonymous friend, Dr. Richer produced two guinea pigs which had been treat-ed ; one, forn\er-ly tubercular which hi^d been cured as the roRUlt of an inj^ftioi) and another into whicli an injection of 400 times the ordinary strength had been made- to' deinonstrat'e ' the � harmlcss-ness of the treatment. Interviewed later, he said the man of whom he spoke -was not a Canadian. "In August of last year, the man I Bpeak of," Dr. Richer said, "banded mo some Vaccine froin live bacilli that he had been working on arid wished to have experiments conducted on sminiaLs." "They were not started until late in the tall and only recently have I /been ready to do anythinir with them. Ho far as e.vperiraents go, all that can be shown at the present time arc animal experiments on this side. Work has been done on humrin beings with very encouraging results, and ihese will likely'be'published in the course ot time," The speaker then .l,ook a-lid off a wooden case which he had brouglit with him, amd disclosed two guinea pigs, which he had handed around to the 'audi'ence. � ' "The animals," he said, "were ones on which he cxpcriiiiented; with the new serum. One of them had been apparently cured-that is, its symptoms had disappeared-rin "18 hours. "This is better than the results attained at Berlin by the u.se of the Fricdiriann scruar and. which were criticised," said Dr.' Richer^ "where the vaccine imeroly prolonn;cd the life of the animals for a short time." into your home, wouldn't be without one for a single The Bnt Known Trade Mitk in Ihe WorM. 155 Call at any "His Master's Voice " dealer and he will gladly play any music you wish to hear. Send for free copy of our 300-page Musical" Encyclopedia listing over 5000 Victor Records Victor-Victrolas $20 to $250 Gramophones $30 to $125 Berliner Gram-o-phone Co Limited, MONTREAL. Complete Stock of Victor-Victrolas in the City together with 3000 records Visit our Victor Department today and hear your favorite songs by the world's best artists Mason & Risch Ltd. Pianos Victor-Victrola X, $100 Mob�g�ny oc o�k Bryan Block 404 5th Street S. 17 Western Branches Phone 791 wsBBmBBamBom Victor-Victroh X, $100 MaKoguy ot Oak ISICiODMl .INCREASE NUMBER OF JUDGES Melbourne, Aus., JIavch 13.-A new judifiai-y act was passed by the federal parliament to enlarge the high court b�nch. In th^' first instance ihree judges were appointed and then two mqre.w^re addet].' .Now the Liberal government desires to increase it by two more. Specials at Starland The week-end programme at Star-land, which will be given its first showings toda,y, contains a number of very attractlve^and entc.rtaitiirig offerings. Foremost, of the pihoto-pl^ys .is a splendid drama.,-. "The Greater Love,", an Intense story, wltili a novel .�plot, enacted amid'exduisite Califor-nian scenery. Three roaring cojnedies are .also on the sarn-e.-bilj, whipli'.js completed by the latest"'uuriiber of the popular' Gauthoht 'Weekly Gazette. � � - . -. � . ... Miss Louise FJiiiotte, who is by this �lime, the:-rage'.of vtl^e city, will be heard in the very tetest song success, "I'll get ralue when I get bomc tonight." -Mies Elliotte has proven- herself to be the most versatile, and at the same time entertaining, young lady ever heard'in this city,- her act being something out of the ordinary. For Alonilfiy ne.xt) th? management will offer as the special attn-actlon a phenomenal two-reel feature, "The Message in the CoCoanut." The action of this reraarkaWe attraction takes place in New York City, at Coney Island, in FJorida, and on a burjiing ocean liner stranded in mid-ocean. Nothing like it has ever bofcr<; been attempted, and'the.management ot Starlari'd strongly recommend it to their many patrons, as a genuine gea-ture. _ . � ,. A steTling production of-'^^ Tolstoi's famous "Resurrection" -will be shown as an added attraction at an eariy date. , - . -I. .:. , . ', . �*,*�.. At theiBljou � . ., Despite the cold ..snap . and the stormy weather, this popular house of amusement continues to draw' good patronage, and, the programines presented nightly are higtiiy cornrnented on as being the best e'v;er seeii In the city:." ' Miss, E. Lindsey Jones .Jjas become TODAY AND TOMORROW Five Splendid Pictures "THE QREATER LOVE" Powerful Drama "GAUMONT WEEKLY GAZETTE World's Latest News "EVELYN'S STRATEGY Comedy-Drama ,."the PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTER" With Cute Mabel Normand "A TANGLED AFFAIR" Laughter Galore "LOUISE ELLIOTTE "In. Her Brother's Clothes'' Will.'Sing ' � "I'LL GET MINE WHEN ' T'GET HOME TONIGHT Coming Features ' next monday - ' "THE MESSAGE IN THE COCOANUT" ' (In two reels) The action of this remafltable feature takes place in New York City, at Coney Island, In Florida, and on a burning ship In mid-ooean. Over 300 people in the cast. NEXT WBDlsfESDAY "THE lure OF THE violin" (In Three Reels) ~ A Feature even better than "The Alassaore." cobong: soon "tolstoi's resurrection" a favorite, and judging by the hearty manner in w.hicb 'the refrain is taken up by the audience, the songs rendered are particularly enjoyed. For the week-end a capital selection of photo-Plays has been made, two very clever dramatic productions pntitled "Vintage of Fate" and ''.The Burglar's Dilemma," toeing of- a-iehar-acter that will appeal veiy, lll^hly to everyone. T'he stories in 'each instance are capitally told, and portrayed in a manner to satisfy the most critical. "Cupid's Leap Year Prank" and "The Escape of Gas" supply the cqmedy .,,elenient,.,and_are calculated to 'cause even a pesaimistito laugh heartily. "The Octopus" is an educational feature, showing this trionsteT of the mighty deep in various mcods. Those who go dowa to the sea in ships realize tire danger of meeting one of these hideous inhaibitants ofVthe.Pcean and the lay mind will h.ave aft^-jex-cellent opportunity of ot forming, a oonqeptioa of the great strength and viciousness of this terror of the sea. The number of Miss B.. Lindsay .lones has an exceptionally good swtngirig Chorus, come and join in-tlie refrain; ' Special matinee tomorrow, Saturday, at' 2 p.m., children five cents. The ,usua;l dollar bill will be given to the boy- or girl holding th^ lucky coupon. At the Morris ' The old-time rural drama "'Way Down. East," .played by the Eckhardt Co., last, night, was greatly enjoyed, by a crowded .-house. The old drama, with its' simple story of love and sorrow, is too well known to describe. The part of Ruth Walton, the forsaken wife, was .splendidly rendered by Miss. Violet Bddj. Miss Ryan," as Mabel Hnlsteadj^ the village belle, .appealed to her" audience greatly with her sunny smiles and pretty speeches. Mt. 0. j. Eckhardt, as Si Haskins, the village wit, was extremely humorous, and his acting was excellent,, Mr; Yule,' as Timothy.Dawson, the profes-son made a big hit, and his rendering of "Lpvers' Lane" was good. � The balance of the tidmpany 'deserve praise for the way in which they handled their ..respective- parts. ', . The offering for tonight will be tjiat vvell-known drama, "The Deep �Purple,' a Toman.ce of .the underworld. This is one that should draw a capacity house. On Saturday matinee "Baby Mine" will be the bill, and on Saturday evening the strong drama "Bought a'nd Paid For." . Book your seats early, tor there will no,doubt bo a big de- Jlnnagor Morris is to be congratulated upon the excellent bookings he has been arranging for thef amusemfent of the DethbTldge theatre-loving folk just lately, and they will no doubt look forward with,eager anticipation for more In the near future. � Watch the Morris advertisement In this paper, for there are some,coming soon. mm THE SCHOOL GROONDS A Laudable Sch'eme for Tree Planting-Regular; Meeting .1 of School'fioard If planssubmitted at the meeting ot ,t}ie BOfird .of Educatioa las( uigli,t by, (Jhaifiiian- "ThomSOa^'^&ie^Sltes- and Building Committee are carried out, the schools will this yeai-: join hands with the city in making Lethbridge a city beautiful. During the past fortnight. Arch. Mitchell, of Co^-ldale Nur-series, has prepared piins for the gardening of all the school groiinds. The' cost would be as follows: Westminster ...................?168 Fleetwood....................i. llti qentral......................... 131 Manual Training......-...... 25 Galbralth...................... 165 TO ORGANIZE CHINESE AVIATION CORPS I Paris, March 13.-Lieut. Bon,,of the infantry ".aviation corps, has been given the organization of aviation in the Chinese "army at the request' of the Chinese' 'government.- In -the Chinese'military estimates provision is made for the purchase of 270 aeroplanes befpre' the end ' of the year, \vltli furtheii additions  i� 1914i 1915 arid 1916.^ '   ... �Total .........................'5603 'The report was not considered at length last night, but a special report will probably be brought in at the next meeting. It will be the first attempt ever made In'this, city to beautify the school grounds, although all ihe schools have grounds surrounding large enough to make the niott beautiful parks. , The business of the evening was all routine. Supt. Hamilton submlt-'ted his i-eport as follows: "Iheg herewith to hand you my attendance reports for the month of February. The enrollment. for the month is 1408, an incrsase of 15% over that ot a year ago. The average attendance has been 120D, or 85% of 'the enrollment. In a number of the roomis tile percentage of attendance has been, quite high. Miss Boles, of Central School, getting the banner with an attendance of 96.2%. Other teachers having 907o or over were; Misses . Hardie, Jackson, Addy and Grey, and Messrs. Shaver and Stewart, ^11 of Central; Misses Currie and Jepaon, Fleetwood; Miss Flett find Mr. Jennings, Westminster; Miss Goodman, Hardieviile, and Miss Bennett, . High School. Ventilation """'- At the Ualbraith school during the past month we have .suffered a good deal from the ventilation system not heing completed. It is now. being attended to, though on account of the mild weather of this iseason of the year It will bo difncult to decide whether the system is adequate or not. It seems unfortunate that the contractors were not able to have this completed earlier. They do not seem to have realized how n.ecessary proper and sufficient ventilation was from the moment the school was opened, nor to have been conscious of the hardships that they have been imposing both upon the teachers and the pupils. "For some reason which We do not seem to be able 'to discover, scarcely any air seems to come up,the ventilating shaft into the southwest .room on the ground floor at the Fleet.wpdd ischool.' DuTliig the 'month this room was often quite uncpmfort-able, though the refit qf the school was;'hieated to the, required ton;per- � turej imleed sometimes-above it. Physical Training for Teachers "I expect Sergeant Roberts here next week to begin classes in physical training for teachers. Fi-fteen teachers have agreed to take the course which will consist, of thirty lessons of one hour each, given after four each school day. Other teachers ruay join r.'hen the course begins. Physical Culture "Owing to Mr. Filmer's absence Mr. Gilmore/ of the, Y.M.C.A.; is taking the physical work in the senior classes. It is, expected that Sergeant Roberts will assist Mr. ,(311more with the military drill. The regular teachers are taking charge of tho work in the junior grades. DefectTve Children "With the growth of our schools the number of mentally detective children becomes more noticeable. At present it does not seem practicable to give these pupils mere than ordinary class attention. In future greater attention to handwork may help them, but, we ought to ke^p theju in mind and if possible find some means of giving them the attention they deserve. Strathcona Prize "The awards for progress in physical education, made in 1912' by the S.trathwina Trust, have 'been made public. For the second time the first prize goes to the Fleetwood School. Of course this district is only entitled to one prize, otherwise we would get more.",. The attendance report showed that the schools had set a new record for the month, the enrollment for the month being over the 1400 mark for the first time in the history of the schools. The attendance figures follow; MORRIS THEATRE TO-NIGHT The Oliver J. Eckhardt Stock Co, PRESENTING "THE DEEP PURlPLE" Saturday Matinee - 'Baby Mine' Saturday Night - 'Bouglit and Paid For' POPULAR PRICES Seats on Sale at the Box Office school buildings were refused, as the /f, board does not care to set a prece- j dent in this regard. '. The schools will be closed during' the week ending March 29. About 26 ' of the teachei's will attend the Pro-' vinolal Convention at Edmonton, and are. endeavoring to charter a Puilmaa i car for the joui'ney.  1 The English language is spoken by 150,000,000 people. ... - ,' ; . Mrs. N. Graber of Los Angeles ] keeps 63 pet dogs. � ' � .'; 1913 1408 1200  85 1449 1912 1223 1046 - 85 1259 Enrollment for month .. Average daily attendance Percentage '�............ Total enrollment for term Average daily attendance for term ............. 1298 '1031 , 'Miss Murray has. resigned her position as assistant in the Westminster kindergarten. Her place was filled by the appointment Of Miss Haiykey. Principal Jennings ot Westminster school wrote asking the board that a tennis court be constructed on their grounds. The request will be granted. Several applications for use of the The Frank Hedley Drug Co., has a Preparation That Will Grow Hair Bijou Theatre THE IDEAL PHOTO PLAY HOUSE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW- SCENIC : SENSATIONAL MIRTHFUL. : MUSICAL : ! ENTERTAINING EDUCATIONAL P R O G; R A M < Come and Hear, the: Vocalist Talented Miss E.LinIey Jones In That Catchy Melody J Oh, You Circus Day! 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