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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 25,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pags 3 MAJESTIC THEAT Entries For Alberta � Majestic Theatre, 2 nights commencing Fri. Mar. 28 THE GREATEST hilT IN YEARS ! Paoked Houses, Everywhere ENtlREUY NEW SHOW Bud Fisher's Original Creation SO People, 2 carloads of Scenery DOivi'T Fall to bring the little ones to see-MUTT AND JEFF. MUTT AND JEFF SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. Matinee Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00 Children, 2B cents Evening, $2.00, $1.50, $1,00, 75c, 50c. Seats now on sale at Kenny and Allln's Drug and BoolNAIDS0N UNE steamship' and nallway Tickets FROM ALU POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this sida and forwarded to your family or trlends., Our -way of handling this bu'slueas is impossible to b'aat. Your pasBengers wtu receive full instructions. 'We advise' you when they will reach their deatinadonB. : RATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS EVRRY WEEK iPor fall iBfoPtnatJon see. steamship vaA railway agents, Or'write- H. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent. ' 349 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man. NTEM WITH SEVERAL APPL Three Favored for Industrial CDmmi&sion Will Come to the Gity � The .family .ramedy, for, .Coushs and Colds ShUob ,coBti so little and does inuchi' OF LIBERAL CLUBS Toronto, Ontr, -March 24.-Keproseu-tatives of thirty-one' Liberal cliibii throughout Ontario, met here this utteruoon and formed the provincial federation of L,ll)oral cluba. TJie obr Ject of the new organization, its prompters say, will not interfere with -ward associations at present, in fact It has nothing to do wltli the machine �t all. What Canadian clubs have been doing for national sentiment in Canada, the Ontario Eedpxation of Ub-cral clubs will do for iaberalisni. ^ Considerable enthusiasm was manifested at the meeting. , . Tb.f! Hotellceepers' Aasociatlon of (yanada-jWas fornied at Ottawa,,Geo. Wi-ight, Toronto, being elected president. The special session, of ' the city-council did not siiccee(i,-in closing out tlie business set down tor _ the afternoon; ' " ' �  ' ' - iVo industrial. conmiissLpner was appoi^ed. There were 40 applications on hand.. These had been-weeded out to three by the industrial conrtmit-tee.'  They arc Messrs. .lohnstone of Winnipeg, Traoy of -Sa^naw, and Stine of Pargo, Tliey have "all' fine recommendations, but the council does not care to make, an appointment until they: liave 'hid personal interviews with the men. They have ail been wired to cnmp at the city's ex-penscj Stine was the only one who answered, but lie asked for more information before coming to . Lcth-bridge. A special meeting will be called as soon as definite word is rc-ceiveil irom tlie prospectiye commis- sioners. How to Make Better Cough Syrup than. You Can Buy A rainlly Supply, SavluK $2 ana B'ully Gnaranteed. Sixlcon ounces of cough syrup - as much as Vou duW buy for - ?2.5I)-can �asUy bo maOA at.Homo. Tfou will find -nothln^r that takiis hold ol au, obstlnata couffli more qulcskly, usually ondlnir It dnslde of 24 hours, nxcellcnt, too, for icroup, whooping- cough, sore luncs, thma, lidarseasss and other throat troubles. Mix two cups of granulated sugar -with ono cup of wsrin watoi-, and stir for two minutes. Put 2Vj ounooa of Plnax (titty cents' worth) in a IB-oimce-bottle, then add the Suear Syrup. It heepB perfectly- Take, a tcaspoonful every one, two er three hours, This la Just laiatlve c-nough lo tiolp cure a cough. Also stimulates the appo- { tlto, which 18,usually upset by a oouBh. MIhe tasto 18 pleasant. Tho efteot of pipe and sugar syrup on the Inflamed, memljranos Is well known. Plnox-'ls the most valuable concontrited. eompound of Norway -white pine extract, rich In �uaiaaol and all the natural healing;, pjne elements. Other preparations -will not work In tills formula. The FInex and Suojar Syrup recipe 1� now used by thousands of housewives throughout -tho TJnltad. States and Canada, the ' plan has been Imitated, but tho old STiCoesBful formula has never been equaled. A sTuaranty of absolut* satisfaction or money promptly refunded, goes with this Toclpe. Your drugclpt has Plnex, or will fiot It for you. if not, send to The Flncx Co., Toronto. Out. Want More. Tnfornt&tion The abattoir question was not settled tor lack of dcfinitb' iiiformition  as to the cost of a plant and the' revpttue .which miglit be expected. It' was stated by thBydelegation that the estimated revenue would pay a dividend of 5 per cent, on $60,000.; Mr. Delisny promised to gather the desired inforniatioi).. Filtration Plant The filtration plant was not decid-,' od upon citlier, was slat,-4 ed for the meeting. However, City: Engineer Blancliard was ready. Ho: had tabled his rejiort sbtting forth the, various, alternative plants. There are tlirec kinds of plants which might be instaUed here ; Hie slow .sand fil-! Iration, the rapid sami filtration .ind the pressure filtration..� The second Jie recommended, as it is cheaper in its 'hrst cost and loss ',expen.sive to opelrate. It also has'the'added advantage that it could,,'be erected cVoscy to the present pumpipB station,.^'- i The slow sand filtrpi'tiDh iilant'^ can be constructed with or'without coagulating and subsidence basins. To accomTOodate .3,000,000 gallons per day the various costs of construction would be 3� � Rapid sand-$72,060. With subsidence basins-$70,050. Without subsidence basins-S.?!,'162. Cost of Hecoinmcnded .System , Owing to the good .service it has given in other cities the engineer is partial to the rapid:.'sand filtration with coagulating and subsidence bas-ms-, the of -which will be ; Subsidence and coagulating basi'ns........................ ... $ 8,280 Low level pumps and building ,..........L, IdjlOO Coagulating apparatus,..,' ______ 1,250 I'uinp well......... ........^,000 Supply pipe between wells......;-aiPOO- Six pressure units 25,500 Building ...... ...... ....i, 12,000- Engineering .,............... 0,920 The-engineer thought the reservoir scheme suggested by Mayor Hardie some ;tinie ago would be-out of the question on account of pumping cost. The reservoir,would have to be la^ge enougU to hold' about 4,000,000 gallons, and would be ^2 x 260 x 200 ft. in size. He advocated the booster system recommended last year, that is, booster pumps at the top of the hill,, which in conjunction with the new standpipe in North Letlibridge will give a pressure of 75 pounds at No. I fire station as against 40 pounds at the Present time. No Decision on Tiilsa'ibit A letter was read from .\rthur Perry along the lines of the article appearing in the Herald yesterday in which he offered to make an exhibit at Tulsa this fall provided the � city would finance him to the extent of $2000. However, there was not time to consider tlie matter carefully,V_al-though most of the council thought it would be the right thing to do if the city's finance minister can sec,his way-.clear to spate the inon^y. It will be Considered at an-eai]5'"--.,toe?ifpV,'ftbput 50 cents; t3om'9 drug^is'ts' make their own but it's usually ,too ;�tlbky, ''s6, Iprii^Jt .vippn 'getting "Wyeth's" wnioh ban be ,ae-' pended upon to restor^.tHatuijaL'color, and. beauty to tho Jiair.sftnd is ithe best ramady for dandrpff/.;jdp',-feyer48hj itchy sbalp.and to stop tailing 'hoir. : Folks like "wyath's - Sag*: aaa ::8ui-: phur" because no one^'tcanf -poaslblyi tell that you darkened youi'httfi',.f'ft8'; it dofes it '80 .;naturftlly-'^'';and'^iev6'(ily,-says a well-known dowijjtown idtug-gist. You dampen a' sponge .Or soft brush and draw it througill your H'alr,; taking -one : smaJl= stran'd'f'atraV-tllhev; This requires but a'fe-^v.nlbufeSntsJ'-by' .morning the-gray .ball': aia^ppeam after .Mother :it)l(lloktl�5fi.: ?jl?s^tW6'is' ; restored to Its natural color and looks Company. > - B PUGSLEY DID NOT RECEIVE TELEGRAM rumor that SIR rufus isaacs cabled' NAVAL bill WOULD have to be re-INTRol duced ^St. .lohn, N.'B.,, Mar..24.-Hon Wm. Pugsley was much surprised by. the news'Bent out,from Ottawa that he had received a cablegram from Sir Rufus;:Isaacs, Ldeclaring- that the ac-�� tlon: or SpeaKer ^Sproule, on Saturday night in the house of commons in taking the oh'atr ^and t^rderlng dhairjnan Robldeaux out of committee of the whole, 'destroyed the committee stage ot.jiayal bill and made It imperaflv.e to'Te-lntroduce .die bill. Before I'eayi; ing St. John, D.r,,Pugsley said he bad reoeiysd-.^ip sUch-cablegratn and could npt'account in any way for 'the'^riB'-^5ort. He is 'nowi Ip. New, =ybpk eh route to Ottawa. Backache is a symptom of organic weakness or derangement. If you have backache ^on't neglect it. To get permanent relief you must reach the root of the trouble. Bead about Mrs.; Wood-all's experience. � Morton's Gap,Kentucky.-"I suffered two years with female disorders, my health was very bad and! had a continual backache which was simply awful. I could not stand on my feet long enough to cook a meal's victuals without my. back nearly killing me, and I would have such dragging gehsa-'jtionsjl.could hardly I had soreness in each side, could not stand tight clothing, and was irregular. I was completely run dowjn. On advice I took Lydia E.>Pinkham'b Vegetable Com-p6und and am enjoying good health. It is' now more thtin two years and I have not had anache or psin since. .1 do all mV own work, washing and everything, and never have backache anymore. I think your medicine is grand and I praise it.;to.all my neighbors. If you think my testimony will hslp othersi'you may publish it"-Mrs. Ollib Woodall, Mor-, toA'B Gap. Kentucky. , If ypxL \\a,^e the sliethtest doubt hat lydia E. PInkhom's Vogeta-.'>le Compound williholp you,-\vrit( 0 Lydia'E.lMuklutmJllXedlcino Co oonfldential} Lynn, Mass., for ad t,is a credit to Mr. Hill j and may easily be clashed with the best attractions now on tour; The 'piecchas more plot than the, usual I musical show of this type. "Mutt' I and Jeff", the principal characters, are a pair of race' trick followers, who at the close of tlie season � at Saratoga,- find .-tiliemselves "broke," in "the parlanc;^ of the turf. At the hotel they accidentally become acquainted with the-daughter of the exiled president of a South Arererican country, and from her ilearn of an estate that is about to be confiscated by the government i-n power at the time. Further inquiry elicits the information that the land is immeasurably rich with a.forest of chicle, the principal ingredient in the manufacture of chewing gum. "Mutt and Jeff" immediately lay their plans to obtain this landj and'their efforts are intensely funny to the audience out in front. Aboard the steamship "Insurgent", on which tfiey sail to Southern climes, they are given much room for the display of eccentric humor, but even this is dwarfed in comparison to their elforts as general of the Nicadorian government. during a revolution. A bevy of pretty girls -,dd much to the latter pictu're7 during which a popular gem, "Spami'.sh Moon" is sung, which theatreiroers hereabout'will likely sing for sometime to come. Seats now on sale at Kenny & Allin's Drug Book store.  � ���. At the Morris The audience at this popular photo playhouse, last night wer-i treated to an excellent evening's entertainment; The feature, of'tho ovtning was a powerful drama picture entitled "A Strange Case." : . ' "A Will and a Way" is another splendid drama that should please everyone. - , "Two of a Kind," and "Marriage Rev. W. J. MAYERS AND Dr. Barnardo's MUSICAL BOYS Y.M.C.A. Auditorium LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, MARCH 27 At 8 O'clock Admission 23c and 35e. Popular Lecture-Talk on Dr. Barnardo's splendid Llfe-Work for the Children, with unique- COLORED PICTURES NOVEL AND ATTRACTIVE MUSICAL SELECTIONS On Handbells, Bagpipes, Mandolines, Xylophones, Ocarinas, Cornets, etc. Collection for the Bar-nardo Work. Come and See, Hear and -Help To-day Louise Elliotte "In Her Brother'* Clothea" Sings-The Novelty Sona "B MY LITTLE BUMBLE B" Today's Phota, Play Pronntn ' Inoludaa "The Sharpshooter^ Splendid K B Two-R��l Poaturfi , --OTHER FINE SUBJECTS-^' TOMORROW, Tha Great Three^Rae^ �8p*�Irf' � "The Man Front The Outside" a la Carte", are two lunny comedies that -kept the audience-in roars of laughter and should prove a.splendid drawing card tor tonight's perform-.snce.. The management beg to announce,' the return engagement of the Juven-i ile Bosfonians, who are booked to aPt pear on Monday, and Tuesday of next week. . � . -' ^On Monday, the bill will be "Tho. Rose of Blandeen" and. . oh Tuesday "The Daughter of the Regiment."-. T)i(!.s-e are two iirst class productions' and sliould draw capacity houses for eat^h night. There is no'doubt � .'but'' thiiu there will be ai big demand for,, seats and those who Intend to see eitlicr of these shows should make, their reservations at an early date,-AU popular priOes.' For fitr.ther announcements regarding the Juvenile Bostonians watch, the news columns of this paper. -''���� "The Man From the Outside" at Star-' land � An attraction so far ahead of anyr thing yet shown at Starland, and ittf so many ways unlike any of the, re-, cent successes at this popular ther atrci will be "The Man From the, Outside", a three reel dramatic mas--( terpiece which will be the principal attraction for Wednesday, and, Tliuts--day at Starland. -. .-' ' The, story of the play Is possibly:: the unique and original, yet seen in motion pictures, in fact, were it not produced with the aid of the motion picture camera, its presentation:-j would be almost imi)opslb.'e.: . The leading characters, those of the twin I brothers, Burt. and Albert, � are both' acted in a marvellous manner by one person,, Mr. Irving Cummings; the Reliance, company's famous leading man. In several absorbing .scenes^ shown throughout the''action 6f" tlie, story, both brothers are seen at one" and the same, time on th^ screen,'in spite of the fact that both are played by one actor. The familiar "double character" .drama of "Dr. Jekyll and.Mr. Hyde", was considered � a--masterpiece on the occasion ol � its* first presentation,-but judging by the' favorable criticism accorded ''The Man From the Outside'.',-this latter-bi-ds fair to be one of the greatest's' Monarch Theatre TONIGHT , i , 1.-EI Capltan and .The Land 3 Grabber-A splendid 101' Bison - Feature. .( � ii.-Pathes' Weekly., . , lit.-Standing Room Only , .h , A Screaming Comedy.,' ,s IV.-What the Bill Told. - A Touching Drama v.-A Galley Slave- Komance^-iA great Rex ; Drama. Spring Seed For Sale ' - � , "...... � AH Varieties of Grain Start Right and Assure a Good Crop by Sowing ' Good Seed . 4,000 BUSHELS SEED OATS-45tt)s to .the bushel. Government germination test, 99% In 7 days, , . 2,000'BUSHELS SEED BARLEY-99% in 4 days.  3000 BUSHELS SEED POTATOES, Green Mountains, Early Ohio, etc., sorted and graded. , . - * "Book your orders NOW, and secure: your.'seed; T . Hyde: & Saunders Produce aijd Commission Merchants, 1231 Seconal Aye, ' ' P. 0. BOX 112 " , . . ' " PHONE 1244 successes of recent years; It willpbe:|^ the special attraction .at .St^irland'tor .; Wednesday and Thursday next. ^ ' , * '  ' ' ' - ' Monarch Theatre , .r-,). At this, popiilai plai house *onlgbt the management arc presenting a' ,, strong bill of .five reels. " The'lor' f> Bison Co. are well represented bKj.,^X the beautiful drama "El Capltan ana''>/_ the Land Grabbers," a story, of (j^fldv' i| Califprnian life that Isji^bouiiidVJ'to- .On Thursday, April 3, a .gTa'rfdjdlajiS mond'ring drawing will take jpltfof^''-Remember the date, and be~8ure,ta!i'i_j^.i. hold on to your coupons: they'1ar?(|l| valuable. Jk^ The greatest motion picture ;ey'e3r; made ('we state this without reaerv*"^ or fear of contradiction), Dante's '^Ip*" forno,"., In five reels, 'wlU-'beipresajit^i^^ ed. for one night only, on Wednesdayjfj', April 9. Keep this date open; tcVsea'ti this wonderful picture.' " /.'VJ'*^''i TOWN IS QUARANTIN.EDririiv,-. Saskatoon, March" 24.-Tho^ to-wrto ofi^?^^,^' Lenny, about 40 miles'west of Sa'slta'^ff'^i, toon, has beenquai'antlnedjon accojiiit;'^^1^.>,; of smallpox. A man teamed Cheriy;'';,/" from that town, came to Saakajtoonjn' with the .disease, and was P50ipp;tlyi^. i removed to the Isolation hospital,. / rt"''! Farm Snap' Beautiful level 1-4 'section near Iron Springs. 80 acres brok-' enj aU'fenced,.good'buUdingsj $i>95o.oa $750 cash'and ' assume exist-""' Ing loan of ?1200.  %^ The Dowsley -Land Coi, m a. ;