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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March lo, 1011. THF> LETHBKTDGE DAILY HERALD Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, MANAGER PHONE 646 Return Engagement of the Geo. B. Howard and Company TONIGHT "OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY " Thursday-The Marriage of Kitty Prices 75c-50c. Gallery 25c ^ SIX BY-LAWS PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL Bye-Election Will be Held March- 29-Barb Wire By-Law Passed at Last Although AId� Frayne Was Ahsent Th� (^iiy Council at a special meet i proiKjsed bylaws, and the $100,000 foi iiig held liisi, nighi, jjiii ihe I'iaishliig the exhibition bulliJlnjis ihorc wo;ih1 lonches on three hylaws thai, hnvo been , still be a margin of XliTn.oon on the it ^RlaiKlInK lor some time and ea\e ihref i others all three readings. 'I'he bylaws 'city's borrowing powers On Uiis-| year's assessment, after the court ol j .wiilch liad already goi their first and j revision, there would be a inaj-riiii of ai. j I second readliig.s wore those providing proximately |ri',28.00O j !ror Ihf extension of Fifth lUoimdl st. Ti,g discussion came i-. nothing, e\  'and the closing of ICiglith avenue smith , ^ept that, as the Mayor said, ihevi Ihe b.-irbed wire bylaw and Ihe bylaw | ..would get together and do a liltle fig '�. lo amend local improvement bylaw No : uring out themselves' to see If the ani-^ \y-. The new ones were those provid-1oumg asked for in the various .iStini-, .Ing for the holding of a bye-election ates could be reduced. Thev consider I to elect a successor tothe late Alder- pj, i^nt it would be a month before tb, ' ADVANCE VICTOR RECORDS Majestic Theatre "^f^ man Tilley, for the closing of ihe'street voting could be helfl on the bylaws W. B. SMER;MAN, Manager. Phone 646. THE SEASON'S MUSICAL EVENT. Engagement Extraordinary FrL and Sat, Mar. 17 and 18 SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE MR. JOHN P. SLOCUM'S OPERA COMPANY (SEEN HERE LAST SEASON IN "THE GAY MUSICIAN.' In the New VIenesse Comic Opera *The Kissing G (OAS KUSSEN MADCHEN) From the German, by Leo. Stein, author of The Merry Widow, adapted for the English stage by Stanislaus Stange, author of the "Chocolate Soldier." Lyrics by Vincent Bryan. Music by Harry Von Tilzer, with MISS TEXAS GUI NAN Last Season's Prima Oonna of "The Ga^ Musician.'' ALL STAR CAST AND "THE GAY MUSICIAN" BEAUTY CHORUS SMts ready Monday, March 13th. Reservations may be made by letter when accompanied by cheque or money order. Prioes: |2, $1.50, $1,00. and lanes through Adams Park, and Ihe super-assessment bylaw, i 'I'lic city engineer had checked n\. \ \\\u> details of the Fifth stri.-et exion sion. and it was then passed. The i)arlied wire bvlaw provides that nc ^, , r, . . , , , , , . I -J of the grant of $fi,000 to the Roard ol barh wire sha be used inside the b'."'"- The Mayor remarked that ihey would still have to provide by di'licntiire foi the erection of a children's home. ' Board of Trade Grant The matter of snhuiittlnr? the ni'itic.i Trade to a vote of the peo' ] aii'n lioiinded bv Tenth avenue soulb , , on ihe south, Twenty.first street south f','.'' ''"".^J'^.^^'^'^.'l'^i'^ll;;!;!'! .J. and an imaginary extension of that streel to Seventh avenue north on the cil on March 8 had written ihe city solicitor asking his opinion �.'!. There wlli he two iioiiing booths. The south booth will he in St. Augustin's Hall, on Sei-ond avenue, and will bo divided into jy two, alphabetically, to facilitate voting, { ^ iTl'.e poll in North Lethbridge will be f lii-lcl at. the .N'orih Lethlirldge police sta tion. The city secretary-treasurer, G. it WBs the general thori^b' that there was no necessity of faking a vote if it was legal to make the i;rtnt without Aid. Bowman roin'e-'i o'lt ti-^-i the coiin cll could do as it liked with ni'mt>'- pre vided by current reveve, ,tp the Iloprd of Trade grant would lie. ri'.n'ip as a member of the mihUriiv coninn't-, tee, w.i.s in favor of s^wy'^v ivith the , recomniendntioi of the coirr-.'tpo that the grant of l^n.nofi Ko nnrif. .-rmiert the opinion of the r-ltv cnl'-iinr, ns he was reported to h.T.p f;ive!i it to thf council of the Roird of Tr?>;p that the grant was perfectlv l�-i'-i|. it w-i-Cr, who wil flee;." anl'lho" de"n"ullerwUl "be"7 H. �"end to the work properly. He ci-ed Kh.e-wood and K. E. .Xeison, ai the "''^ ""'^^ S>.-.ers dug a .snntli ;,aolh, and G. II. .lohnMon at the "^^ erosnncs bad been left opor north. Voting will be held (;:om 0 a.m. ^'e'-'^'es to b,.m,p into until he per to p.m. .\omlnations will be held in ��""">- '^�'J the council chamber from 11 a.m. until ^"'''ent to 'uv.e ruk. put over U,r,n jj^j^lj i He coinmeatp] also on the wav the ' , , X- 1 , � 1 ' planks wore lc;i Iviug around after Fourtesnth street North, which runs i-""""^" v. v. v . h tbrouali Adams Park, and Ihe lanes . . , 1 . ,, u , . -ru other meniJ; n toe council cii.ciiii ninniUR liroug i it wi be cosed. The ... , , ed in these remii.rks, and some one park occupies lots 1�i and H,S. , in uu The super-assessment bvlaw. full ; ^'''Ke"^'' ^'P " T l\ particulars of which were given in the | Crozt\ng Wanted report of the council i.ieoting last week ' Aid. Goode urged that a crossing be wan passed, Ihe usual conditions in the Put across London road on Burdett former bylaw regarding the nature ol �treet to enable the peonle from the the buildings which shall bo known Addition to get up town. It will as improvemenls being included. , be done. m CITY Important Installation by the Coal Co.--OddfeI-ows May Bitiid Block-Masons to Or, ganize ! Diamond Ciiv. .\'ta i March I-t. - gina and Thos. Robertson, of Toron-there was no fiiri her ifc for thetn. TIk' Mr. .lohii Kmu , nw ^^'ll,lrcll, who re- lo. DiaiiAind Lodge I.O.O.F. is taking ccntiy undcrucnt an (i;-cr.ilMiii toi appendicitis at tlic UkiiiioikI t'ilv Ilus- p,.pction of a brick block of pital, rctuiiicd lioino on Moiuluv. j^vo stories, tlic upper of which will I l)r. N. T Hci'tipin, oi Monarch, has be used as a lodge room and the low-rt'iiioveii to lliatncind I'lty and enter- cr fur rent as a store. HON. MR. GRAHAM WOULD MAKE THE C.P.R. HUSTLE I Exhibition Building Bylaw | The .Mayor and Aid. Oliver will see I Aid. Sago wanted to reconsider the General .Manai;er Naismith today about I bylaw providing for the expenditure ol t-be purchasp o' some land for the �$Kin,00ii on the buildings at the exhibl- stores deparlment. tion grounds, but Aid. Oliver thought On Thurp..li.y -he joint committee on that all the sum was reiuirpd, and the Comni.'Ti-v! form of go ernniput tha: it would no' be possible to reduce will meet lo ortrnni/e for carrvinv on tb.'aiiiniint to $T.T,onn, as Aid. S.ifre sug their work. A'.i nowmah ihoui'bi Kesird. Therp.was some disctisrion as a comniMtee -Id fir~t be iiiiiio'-"i ,10 wliether the hiiil-tings would be to dr.-,f; a roip::'i--niin 'M-ni to form .- Western railway:w,a8 taken, and 'he Mil pa-ssed as suh-!,^.,,,,. (, f^, f,,,; ^-ving to the 'I'-^'s of v-or'> ?e-.-p,-al nn.iies o' i-- delay in getting thr- bvlaw passed. i who had nin.-le a study of the suhjofi The aldermen coii = idered th;it. the? were ni'"ii'm-.-a hut this will be 1,'f' c(l |.Mrliicrsi>ip v>illi Dr II. T. D'.Vrc j Horn : At the l.cil'.l-.nilgc Collieries, a son lo Mr ,inil .Mrs .John .Sherrcr The Alberta l|.irdv.,irc I'o is now ; oiH'ii lor lnri!."s. tu.i more additional Ctiiloads Ol .'-loci; .,ic daily expcct- � C(l Loc.ll Masons are taking steps to-w.irds instituting a lodge here, with every prospect of success. Owins to the threatened outbreak of typhoid fever at Diamond City, V-f Diamond Coal Co. took the matter of sterilizing of the water ap and Ottawa, March l:.->. lines were under consideration In theT""''^- railway committee yesterday, the ^'^o'\^^^''J^\^^'^^^^^^^':^''''''^'^ particular cases being the protest of committee rose"^ hlurCeorHVl"'^� f^'illf"''!'^'', ^^'"'i committee, the town of Scott aijainst being pass- (Jraham. the uMnis.er ot r,iilw-,vs ,nid"'"'" ""^ ed up bv the r. R R.. and of the peo- that when he was out west last'sum- '^^^'^''^p-J^"^ his statistics out. and eate of ni.h. ,.ppiin.s of the conn-il plo of southern Saskatchewan and Al- mer be had had a loi com- hunt be |"'^^ "^^ ^'7:^1 ' " herta against the slow progress being cause of the deJay i, ooustruclion. M^'J'''''' ^'"'""^ the jnng.uOO m the Mig.__ made by the C. P. U. In Ihe construe- paid a compllnK?iii to ilie energy and; ' lion of their Lethbridge-Weyburu line, aggi'esslveness of i he iwiide who luive /^f/4 D/^ 17 Q AA TAT^^ 1\4 P In the first insttince the representa-. sett led along th^ proposed line. He , L-'ii.rl/V L/X^k5 jr\\jri.IIy kj J I'i.lt lives of the company said that going believed that tlie only thing that could Into Scott would mean tne building of be done would l>e that the government fifteen miles of unnecessary railroad, demand thai the company |)ut u)) a sub __-- lalantial deposit as a guarantee of good Italth, \ W. E. Knowles of .Moose .law who I had brought the matter ir. in commii-' Tl'.e nnu'ial rpciMmg of the directors Proi. Kdwards, of Edmonton, was called down to superintend the in-si.illati.u! of a st-erllizinf; plant. Prof. I-alviar.!s has had considerable cxpcr-ii-!.ce ill put lint;; in water purification plants in tbc east and throughout .\l'crtn and within twenty-four hours Two vacan- a'tiT he was rui the pround the pi.'.nt were rilleil bv was ir,:.ta'!cd and in worltina; shape, pf Mr Ki'tr, of lie- The jdnnt used in the Chlorine sys- aiid Kl--:rr>h'-l : C.i i\a.- la-M \inonr; ll-...... ci-n'. I.'cui ^�al,,l-^^ 'l'!-hull-, .1! \\! ii; Kc'-LiP.!, : I'i-.s CMi the i r-- oi W.r Diaiiiond Coal iicrc last Tiipsdav, � "ii-si-nr uctc the i'rcsi-Cin-. IPah t-a, -(;c".('ral Itidcrwood, Ml 0"o-i � iMi'i ; lawrciicp I-^crr, 'i:d r-thc'-ii reel ora' i tla' ap-' .1 li it tcm which has proved so eSectlTt la. fighting typhoid epidemics dtiring tfeoi past tiiree years. This is the tyitem that so efteotivcly stopped the rcent I typhoid outbreak at Strathcon*. k},./; ; that place Prof. Edwards had tlfip^' plant in operation sixteen hours ter getting on the ground and allow4 ins, two weeks after the install&tionA of the plant for the incubation per�.\ iQd of those cases already inlectsd. \ no now cases occurred that could not \ be directly traced as contact case?, \ This instance, along with mjaiiy others is a remarkable proof of the e.H-cieiicy of th.e chlorine system in fight '. ing water-horn iniections. j Besides its remarkable efficiency the udvantage of the chlorine system is in its rapidity of installation, cheapness of construction and operation (ten pounds of chloride of lime I testing 35 per cent. avaiUblo otilot-iiie, treating a million gallons of ir�� ter) and the freedom of the wtter from all taste or odot. ' The people In the town Md neighborhood arc delighted to know that they win not have a rapetition of l.tst spring's epidemic mnd thkt thev Tray drink the water in the future without boiling it and feel safe. To add to the security of the-ittuttUm the mains and the tanks are belnf: nnehed and cleaned as npl4lr SS; possible The plant is imder the present supervision of Drs. D'Arc and Beeman and tests of the water are being made di>.ilv. FREE PSYCHINE FOR THE SICK � Year Old Girl BEING INVESTIGATEL Let us buy a 50c. bottle from your Druggist and give it to you to try. Her� are our reasons: j Ultawa, .Mari'ii i:i.---Tbp charjr.-s laid tised on lii.s !io bv I'. K. Blondin against Adelard f^oveinnietii d � FhoulJ liii. p t" tee said that there wcr,- thousands of settlers there rcad\ to i.ui (Ireds of thousands ol acres Cured o* Kidney Trouble Mrs Alex. Moore, of .fames St., Oxford. K. S., .says: "Booth's Kidney Pills cured our little daughter, Chris-j charter should not be renewed without i I Ian, aKe six years of many Bymptoms some good explanation iiy the company' LaiK'iot wpic t.-,l-pii i- ill the e'� i'lp.s and privil.-gps committee yeBterday. -AC by em "lo. p -.J .-ni -U at Sorel, uhil^ O--11 at their work .mi i dock. of kidney weakness. She complained ot being given. H acre back, the kidney secretions Col. Thompson, the v orapanVs !^oIi-. but she did not 1 to b.j r.vaHl.y- Jast Hy syu.lH tlir�u- vW�rMiiy iiv 1 nrnvo Pin 1 TurHff and Martin of the West, Placed t"i;ai" Lu?we learn-'i Amono EUoible. i-hiy i:l,.niie.i. After it is illegally sell-' li-iuor at ihp ('"pi.!- Wo had trtod CABINET "POSSIBILITIES" TJll ""ITs s;;i::;'.-'^'^Ano;^";^;;/'K!^i;r'!;'^,�[i"^;; '--m s^am-Mav he was tmed ^-.r. " ,, , Turriff, of .�Vssiiiaboiii, and Alarlin a wi.il,. > u. wli: ada.ii li i.-^ thf. bo.^t the saiiie .mpnce. Thl. whici .vp wiil f;,';i.|;y you look uvcr .s!.ou!(i you df.-?'.: -', - Think-'of it, a third of a c.T.turv's e.xiiPi icnce v, ith oup ,i!-piiar:i;loi:. a It;.Id ii: a century'.- jiiiiaiai.'- i.::..r.\-lp-.:gp ui' what pxi ra-oaltanry ciir.'.s it hat made-almost a lirotiine! Do you wonder th'a with t'la' pei-f.>ct knouii'.lgp of 1' y. hinc. Mia: .'� e are anxious to bring it to th - n-.i-'p ol s'vpiyanc in t'auaaa siitfi-r.r:;,' Irom disease'.' Do you wondpr thn: lo know '.vho .no us::!!.' OL cui-p. w'ao are not . a,!j who v.-i' knon will :>�� u.-ai-.: .-d .;} Psycliiue. Do you wonrl'-r Cat wp r.in bay hiinJti-iis of i hi)i;-ni: i - o: .".0. ;.! b tnat afflicts the human race. I'.ir ytars, centuries, in fact, it has 0 - 11 rpiognized that herbs arc the most i...i.;n.j"i:-p 'ii rth an.l build vitality A9 t!0 0' li- r pr. : i ration will. That has proven itself In nearly the t-.iid of a ( a'lity's uae as no other lu-i ,t:atiuu iKii proven i'self. That Is a most effective treatment for: below, mall It to us and we'll glTe yaaff druggist an order (for which wo pijr him the regular retail price) for .1 50-cent bottle of Psychlne to be glvaa you free of coat. We will undoubtedly buy and dlstr!� bute in this manner hundreds of thousands of these .50-cent bottles of Pur-china. And we do that to show our entire confldence in this wonderful prepar*> tion. A confidence that has been based on our 30 years' experience with this splendid preparation, with a full knowledge of the hundreds of thousands of cures it has made. i.fx finppo l-.ni. ilfiii.i. rliairen P pc Ma oat Ap.'p--ii.i,i 1- .'.'.lalt' '-V'cfttuca.s IriihpK-iion I'lnr Aiipctito Cliill- .-iiifl Fi-vors .Slcppp r,^rip.j.^ and Nf|-\-in!-; Troubles Pronchlnl CoiighJ Woiik Lungs W'Biik Voice SpriniiT \Vefllrt)eM Early Duel In -0. tnrrh.il .Aifeoiloin Oat-irrh of .siomucii Ni'tht.Siv, 1.1,.. Ob.silnntfl ro"|!rh,i Ijiryiinillii aiid Dy^pour pi'Vr io try a .Wv-. Ivittio of I'^J'I.-.r..- , pr.a,- I'pi'� 1 8l ii�p i:,' .It yoiir ;-vfp'ti'H 1 i-,r. .* full .1 ',0(1. Dt'^ilE.' ot 1 tf.Vftun.. 'll .i'.ir '.li:.s -jimo. K-n.il)- iAmsk my drutgiKt to aeUvsr tint! Ua:(Iu to ma. My Name...........:................... Town....................�............... Street ani Number..., Mr D�ugglBf� Name.., Street and Number.... .\ltcT ptfurta of Pleiiiisy, J'noumoni* arai La Grippe. .Now we don't ask you to take o'jr v.-ord for the tremendously beneficial effect ot Psychine. KUl out the couyon thin (lonpon iflnotgood foraSflr.bottJt of PKychlnn if preeontcd to the driigultt -11 mast b� KCnt im-we will then bujr the M)t; bpttle of P�ychine from your druggNt Hiid direct hint to deliver U to you Thin otter may be withdrawn at finy time without notice. Send coupoe today. ;