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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta XovcmlHir S, 101 j. TITK LETnnitiDGi; DAILY MAJESTIC THEATRE W. k.lHERtyAN, Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday, November 9 FRANK GOTiCH World's MAHMOUT i- Ths Terrible Turk Prices: 75c GaUirir SOc Routes for New St, Railway Mapped out _____by_Superintendent (Contliliiinl from front page) MAJESTIC THEATRE W, .B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 641. One JVight Only Saturday, November llth Return Engagement of (he Famous Musical Comedy Sherry Great Reduction in lery Plan of Matinee .Every Day At 2.P. Mi To-day 'A'' DRAMATIC S OBJECT OVERAyHELMING IN ITS JIA.GNIPICBNCI3. "IN THE CHORUS" POLli' REEL SUBJECT, PULL OF RD U, DRAM V7 If POWJ511 tight at Start This will muko night cars operating iroiri the start, alihoiisli It tho !ii- Lontlon of the cll.y to buy ten cars, so that there wi'Jl bo two ertra to bo used In ease of n ruuh or ol' an emer- gency at any time. Th-a tenderq will call for two double truck cars, each foot Inches in length, and two single truck cars, each 32 feni (J in- cnen Ions. The cars will finished n natural wood, varnished for the i oody with trimmings of a croam color, on the sides tlie sign, "Muni- cipal Hallway." Use Market Site The site for the car barns nnd sub- station has not- yet been chosen, al- Uiotujh It is probable that the Market sue at the corner of 4th avenue south nnd 3rd slrefet south will bo used. Here the substation machinery will DO placed. The power will be gener- ated in the power station with tbe new equipment for which tenders are now neing called, by an alternating cur- rent generator, and carried to the sub- station at 2200 volts. Hero, by the use of motor generators, it will be transformed into a tiOO volt direct current, which will go directly to the line. It Is likely that the polee in the nuslness section of the city, where tlie line is to be double tracked, will oe placed in (.he middle of the streets, out-in the outlying portions the Ifol- loy wire will be suspended from poles at each side of the street. Power'House Extensions Tbe tenders- -for the power house extensions will be opened on Nov 24th and the contracts let for the machin- ery necessary to generate tbe railway current. The boiler room of the power house will have to be ex- tended there is enough room in ttie generating or engine room for the new generator unit. Altogether the cost of the power extensions necessary for the system -will be about and for tne street railway equipment malting a total of This will ot course include the (ftst of installa- tion. With the contracts let before the new year, and with tbe material ml on the ground, ready for an early, start when the aprins'onens up, Snpt. is of the-opinion that tho ctty win set, a new-record for Installing railway systems, and that tbe system will be working by August. II Tmlu jttniiil Drlvin To Dasiiir By Tie Pain, "FRUINl-TIVeS" CURED HIM ,.f tuirroM, Out. Jan. j9th, 1909. "I dreadful sufferer for ninny years from Stomach and Lirer Trouble but'my. greatest sufFcring was froiu violent They were so dis- lint I almost had to give up my Inisinuss. I weot to Toronto, consulted specialists and wore glnsacs, but nothing. did me nny good aad the headaches became intolerable. I was then induced to trv "Frliil-a- tiv'es" in'd from the beginning, 1 was, better, and in a short tune J was quite well more I threw my glasses away. "l'ruit-3-lives" not only cured HIT headaches, but 'completely cured me of all indigestion, and restored me to perfect health again." W. J. McCOMIS. "Fruit-a-lives" is the greatest cure for headachei in the world and is Hie only medicine made ot' fruit juices. "fruit-a-tives" Head- aches, Indigestion and all Stomach and Bowel Troubles, soc. for in TO or trial size, sjc. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Ottawa. LONG STREET SEVEN PINES ADVANTAGE OF KEEPING A DOG NEW SONG BY R. E. WILLIS Severely Criticised the City Solicitor BABY. BORN ,AT HOSPITAL HALF-HOUR AFTER MOTHER DIES Awistant Cpunty Warden Successful- ly Performi Caetarian Operation Xov. T.-Bv ail opcratioil Jcsterday in the county hospital a oaby'voB born half an hour after Us mother died. One of the first successful opera- tions of-.this kind was responsibV for Julius Caesar being horn. The opera- uon took on the name of the Caesar- ian section, and It Is ran to. ely resorted Thu operation has been performed In Chicago with success before. -Mrs. Emma.E. Simonson, of -IG34 Cottage Grove avenue, was In the hos- pital as: a-patient. The doctors were expecting the arrival of a child. .7ust as the" critical moment was'approach ing, the- nurses discovered'' Mrs. Si mpnton was .being audd'only affected with a, swelling of -the larynx. So flwlft and-fatal is this ailment that ho patient was dead'before anything could' be dond; Dr. pan lei P. Teter, assistant couu- y warden, was; summoned, and con- ceived the id-aa of saving child, le ai, once mad.e the incision. It is said the baby would live. November 21 and 22. CHUSADEltS" T" I-UREST FIRE IN, EARLY-WINTER El) Alum Km S fierce forest ITQ Mged throughout noon and pait 01 ttaa evening on the St Lumbei Corapun s proper j near Birch Lake ten iriiles from cnis One of the camps loca ed ttiere was in great 'danger .but through (Continued from front page) tne efforts of the men antl roreit lingers the fire was, liolC a nay md finallj wiped out A foiost lire so late in the seaEdn. is unusual, out it is thought it was started nj some men who had-been refused work and the high wind prevailing soon ranned it into a hugii'blau. I'if5 a good substantial block in its place.. His request, was granted, on provision that work on' tbe new building ba started by March J next. School Board Taxes The School Board wrote asking for its share'of the taxes, amount' ing to which amount was ordered to he paid uvev to the secre- tary-treasurer of the board. Step Toward Single Tax In order to Iwep the matter of any change In assessment for next year before the council, .Mayor Adams 'ad- dressed a letter to Hie council, with a WEST KENT NOMINATIONS tlhathani, Nov. executive of tne West Kent Reform Association will try to induce Hugh Oummings, a iiinner of Chatham'.township, to op- pose G. W. Sullman, Jr. P. Failing the choice will be Harry West man of Ibis city of John Hinhogan of Wal- mceburg. 0. Tim members- vill to ho sworn in, nil will adjoiirn till tlie Jlith when to elect a speaker. WANT ADULT'SUFFRAGE london, Nor. the next ses- sion of the House a will introduced. Yesterday afternoon of 00 membeis ot parli-i r.unt waited on Premier 'Asciulth in iivor of ulult suffiage foi botn J'lio is pledged to mm iood fluffrage, biit the new bill will be ntroduccd nbile it will not Include vomen. be in' such a form thai i. may be to Include tho vomen The Lamp That Saves The Eyes Children nitutally pever ihtnt of anm en thiir erenghl when poring It is up lo you to ice they do not ruin tTici'r young Ibee evenmgt by reading under i poor llfhl. Lamp B an innir'ince eye Iroublct, (OF young old. The Riyo ii 3 low-priced lunp, but it is conilructed on the Mvndnt scicnlific princjplei, and there ii not a belter lamp made at any price, ll n emy on the eye becwiie its light u to and while and widely Joined. And Rayo Lamp never Biclccri. Ewiljf lilted without removing ilicde 01 chimney; city to ctftn aiwj rewick. Solid with hindwmonickc.1 tinith; tlio in Alk mr dHlrr lo Jiow jaa KM line of R.yo or cimW M Mr tttmer W TW Oil Compuj, few suggeslions as to what might be ilone. He migE'osteU that, the general nsaessmeut next year on the lauil'be raised ton per cent, .dropping at'tho same time the assessment on :the Buildings and improvements by 35 per taking really a fitep in the dir- ection of single tax as outlined iu the report ot Assessor .Meech, siibmit- fed not long ngo. The council cham- ber was very cold during the session, howersr, ami it was decided to table the matter'until tho next meeting.. Chief' of Police Gillcspic wrote'.aik- inj thai the eity purchase seven, fur coats for the use of the night forre during tho'cold winter'nights." The suggestion: was aciod upon, anil .the coats will he bougijtf Typhoid and City Water Alderman Goode was very much iu evidence at the me'3'tiug. I-io brought p the matter of the present typhoid fever' epidemic iu the city, and 'said that it was certainly the council's ntjr to the citizens to me that the supply of drinking water should be made as wholesome as possible. Th6re is some kick iigainst the quality of the water just now, and last spring tho citizens were forced to drink muddy water.. This seeula to Indi- cate that the filtration plant is none too satisfactory. Alderman Gpode applied .the term and brought n a motion that the city engineer he asked to bring In n -report on the ril- trntion phlllt. how to remedy any de- fects, and -the cost of doing so. He thought -lliat the council would only be protecting themselves in doing this. As it la necessary lo how a court of revision on the voters' lists before November 16, the mee-ting was ad- burned till November H at -two o'- clock. DULUTH ITALIANS GO TO FIGHT TURKS Duluth, Nov. Ital- ians are proving their loyalty to thvjir country by departing In .numbers to light the Turks. John lianeil and I'ffier Nord of the Eveleth police force are securing volunteers, for the Italian -army and additional nren are recruit- ing daily. MAGISTRATE HAD CAPACITY HOUSE Weary Willies, Gamblers, and Scrappers Walk the Carpet About sixteen different, species the genius hobo lined up.bufori' the cadi at police court this moniin and Hjich trip to Hie plate: was pro- ductive Of something 'startling. Tho cells were filled iu capacity house for the nigta, and Clituf Oilluspie. was forced to rail tlio, annex into use. They had a reception al lhat, iho boiler of the city hall being OUL of commission, they were forced resort to thc.'.glowing heat of bue oil Move. Although. Ghiisf Gilluspic has not been bothered much during the past with Hie tin-Itorn gamhler, he I thought, last night would he ;i good time to ninku-a around lo all the suspected places. His out- ing was not particularly successful, although lie succeeded in landing four of lliu tribe. All pleaded guilty this morning to Kilting into ;i litllc Al. Crichton was lined and costs for being keeper of the joint, ami R. Lee and H. Smith drew "down ten and costs for .sitting in. Fred Brown was out on bail, not.caring t0 trust himself to the tender mercies of the oil stove, but failed to appear. I.' will be given till tomorrow morning to put in an appearance, when, if he lie will have bis bail estreated. Just as a As the culmination of a regular Slav feud in North Lclhliritlgc, John Lajonskl and Joe Honisko each tabled three bones :unt costs, with strict in- unctions that the next "time they en- ;aged in any wild west stunts they could be given a couple of months .in he cooler to riietlitatc. Five common jags took the usual count, while two'-brother vags were Is a protection and guarantee against alum which is found in the, low priced baking powders. To be on the ufe tide when buying baking: powder, examine the label and take only a brand to be made from Cream of Tartar. AGED 10C: '.CIGARETTE San Francisco, Cal. N'ov 7 a cigarette. God has been good to me and allotted Hie a long'life. Let me die smoking" Puffing the cigarette, and smiling at his deathbed 'attendants', .Abraham Isaacs, aged 106, died today at a local hospital, unable locgei lo heai th> "tight of his years. Isaacs entered' the hosiiital ;Wheu 85 years old, paying for a life berth Mexico Goes in Favour of Republicans (Continued from Front Page riMBERMAN ENTOMBED; SUFFOCAT.ED TO DEATH Dullith, Minn, Aov Hnk- na, a limbermaiV, ..employed the ordered to hit U'o tics ior parts 1111- Mine, Mesaba range, was, known. They promised to rid the city of their undesirable presence. Plaintiff Disappears The c'ase of Morrison against the Russian, Ciroman, on the charge Of was thrown but by the court, Morrl.spn leaving the city in the night. GATHERED IN ON THEFT CHARGES smrocated by being: en torn bed small space by falling tunbei and ore which cut off the air supply last night, urews worked hard, and [continuously in th'a hope of finding him' allvo hut no was -dead they reached him this morning. The Medicine Hat Police Rounded Up a Bad Bunch [HE-COUGH MUST BE CURED, THE SYSTTJBUIL'T .Tbe function 'of Mathien's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil is to do this double duty. The Tar cures the cough. The Cod Liver Oi! strengthens the system. No other agents eqna! these, no other combination is so success- ful as Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver. Oil. So wonderful is this remedy that it is shipped endi season in cnr-loads. Large bottle 35 cents. Sold evrrj'where. liendnche nnd fercr are with rohl lake Nerfita to reduce (he fever and nlltv Ihe pain J I WltbUu C6-, Props., Sficrbrookc; Qne (H) Distributors for Western Canada, FoJey Bros., Larson Co. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon GOOD USE OF THE MONEY London, Nov. Majesty'the uwn JB dovoting- Iior coronation gift rom Maryu of the Empire to atr'iiahlng a holiday home for worliinj irls'ln oonneoUori with Uirla Clul) 'EYe's to you, Wuity, you are a fighting Kipling.' For hia diiuntlRsa cour.Tgo and during. Kipling; Ilhcs the Arab. He Is lovabib, bucausc he lov- his liorac. After vi' long nnd trying journey on the des- ert, Iio attends to the wants of his steed before his own. No doiiht. IIP. would consider IiiniHolf lucky, could ho pro- vide (ho fine fodcter now to bo had In Lethbridge nt less than the cost of the miserable stuff tliaf was sold fast year. I mi) clewing out the cele- brated Barrfe Buggies and Wagons, clicajt cash, or will exchnngo for hay or era In. HAY, GRAIN A FEED Wholesale A Retail J. 349 Athtetic Park 'Medicine Hat. Nov. North- West Mounted Police have of late been prosecuting diligent inquiries in their -investigations of horse stealing and other cases of theft, arc reported to them. ,with Ihe result Dial almost an entire family has been gathered in on various charges. Following the conviction of the two who were sentenced by Magistrate Kealy ycste-rriay on a charge which the mag- istral e reminded the prisoners enme dangeiously near burglary, the bus- band 01 one of the prisoners, Ora Ehrenrcich, was brought up before CapUiin Parser on a charge of steal- ing .a team-of horses, and Claude Lcary, another close relative of the ing a team of horses from -iacX" Wygmlny, who lives 'a few miles from Suflleld. Another charge, that of stealing a set of doithle harness from William T. Buzzard, 'who appeared as chief witness against the two women was brought up. Two witnesses, Wy- odiiy and ItlcmU Hhrenreiclis, were placed in the box. Uhrenrcieh was charged with stealing a team from j Max Con and also a set of double harness from Captain I'arfcer found sufiieienl> evi- dence against Hit' accused lo warrant Lheir being sent up for trial and they wi'll appear al. the district court be-, fore .Judge Carpenter. j Women Sent to Barracks j It is understood that'the Mounted Police have been prosecuting diligent enquiries inln these cases, and the arrest, on a suspicion of having been j concerned in the case of horse steal-j ing was a result of the original charge of t.hnit having been, made. Three months hard labor at Cal- gary willi a recommendation that, al j the expiration of Hie term she be de- Imck lo the United States, was the sentence imposed by Magis- trate Koftly in the police court on Mrs. j.eary, the 19 year old who convicted of stealing from William T. Huxzar, of Suffiold. Mrs. Ehrcnrcich, mother of the young naii, was sfiilenml to four nionllis' lanl labor foi: a like offence. MAINE IS STILL .A PROHIBITIONlSTATE Augusta, Nov.'- Maine re- tains constitutional" prohibition. ernor Plaisted tonight, decid rections in the vote of four towns, cast in the special election in Sep- temliei, thus reieislpg tlie lasult as in Maryland Baltimore ins city nnd state i elections, yesterday; indicate -thnt ior the second time sinco-: the.- civil war Maryland has elected a Jteptibli- cun governoi. Philips Lee Golda- ooiougb Flgtifee so far received ap pear to show he has earned the city uy about and counties bj OH much more. Candidate Won: i-'inladelph'a, one of !nost bitterly fought elections "in the iiistoij of Philadelphia, RudolphT ounkenbmg, fndet'ai.dont Republican, popularly known aa the "war- lorse of yesterday, defeated; H ILai'e fr, Republican organ ion foi major, the small plurality. Foreigners Would be Welcome d and IIIR latp ded tlie co 1 {Continued on bacK indicated omcial on -ihe face 'of first MORMON CHURCH PATRIARCH .DEAD Halt Lake Xoi. Srallli ror thlrt} jea.s jircsidinE pntnaicli or tile Moimon Churoli and nepliev. of its foumlei .ind ffrst MCC .Toneph Smifi, died hfie arier three oC pnouraonln 'Jo was 70 yearH old.. HO-IVHS bom in Kirkland, Olilo: v Fighting at Nanking at Nan- King commeneod at nine b'dock this iimrmnj 'Vhe "Vlanchut a. e afcroogh entrenched on PurnlR Hill, which ummamls tlio cits, and unless thoy dlshe.ntoned and voluntarily siirrendsr, tliclr posiilon is DeliaVoil ne imprcsnable. ALBERTA- utlnwa. to Ihe eporr of he department ot Indian 'inalrB, Alberta has 808S Indlani but ol a total population of A Strong Poinl of Superiority in a Sask-Alta Steel Range 11 the easy working lift top broiler opening, adjusted easily by a simple pnll .it an cold handle. See the generous opening for receiving your broiler or toaster or for replenishing fuel Better, all smoke and odors are carried into tlie chimney and out of the kitchen The same lever so the top remains do n, leaving an oblong opening at the front end when desired. A Sask-Alta 1 Steel Range! 'has every. improvement that a first class range could have. It is constructed on practical ideas down to the last little bolt. It is made for service and it. gives it now to thou- sands of users who are more than satisfied. The nearest McClary ngent will show you why; and convince you that it combines' economy in long life and reduced coal bills. Address the nearest McClary branch for booklet A petition, Blgneil liy shs for n Inral option vota In Pon 'William londn, 'Ti Moglrol, Wlnoipu. Situs K. Johp, K.l ;