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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBlDQg DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1909. AT EUREK Monday, November 29, 1909 The Queen of the Feathered World I And Her Wonderful Performing Birds of All Descriptions. The strongest and high- est priced Vaudeville Act ever playing the Western Circuit. An Act that has played all the principal theatres of Europe. Pic- turesque Settings. See what the Calgary Papers say of it HERE FOR ONE WEEK bNLY THE ONLY STEAM HEATED THEATRE IN THE CITY Your Pleasure and Comfort- Our Aim PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME I5c He. JDELOY'S OPEN ON THEIR FAREWELL VISIT the Lyceum was crowd- to greet the popular Deloy com- pany on the opening of their farewell visit to Lethbridge and. the audience their hearty approval in round after "round of applause. As the eccentric Dutchman and the lean lanky son of Erin, Eddie Deloy and Joe Kelsey handed out the laughs as quick as forked lightning and kept the, audience in a continuous roar evening. Myrtle Deloy as Gretchen Grouse- meyer made as winsome a little Dutch -.Sirl as any one could wish to see. As for hej vocal number, well, "Oh, what's the use." She was Myrtle De- loy, nuff sed. Tolla Deloy was a typical wife for -Grousemeyer and created endless through the evening's performance. A pretty picture subject illustrated .song beautifully rendered by Myrtle Deloy and first class selections by Myrtle Deloy and first class selections "by the Lyceum orchestra, completed "which ranks first with any in our city. Don't forget that -tonight is your last chance to see "The Deloys" they leave a tour of the States on Monday morning.. is generally the result of a cold caused by exposure to wet and inclement weather and may be recognized by a tightness across the chest, sharp pains and a difficulty itt breathing, a accretion of thick phlegm, at first white, but later of a greenish or yellowish color coming from the bronchial tubes when coughing, es- pecially the first thing in the moraing. Cure the first symptoms of bronchitis by the use of Dr. Wood's Ncrway Syrup. Broiichitk Cured. A t Miss Martha BOUT- get, Littlt Pabos, Que., "Last ipring I was very poorly, T_ a. bad cough, tick T headache, could not T" olna-rt 4-irm rJ all time. tired I consulted two doctors, AT THE EUREKA NEXT WEEK The bill being played this week at the Lyceum on Centre St. consists of two real feature acts, besides the us- aal components that help to make this comfortable theatre so popular. The" heacTline'Yct is and her trained birds, an act that has played in all the principal theatres in and both told me I had bronchitis, and advised me to give up teaching. I tried almost everything but none of the medi- cines gave me any relief. One of my friends advised me to try Dr. Norway Pine Syrup. I had scarcely taken the first bottle when I began to get better and when I had taken the fourth bottle I felt as well as ever, my cough had left me and I could sleep welL" "Dr. Wood's" is the original Norway Pine Syrup; It is put up in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the 'trade mark and the price 25 cents. Manufactured only by The T. Milbum Go., Limited, Toronto, Out. SETTLEMENT OF ALSOP AFFAIR SATISFACTORY Valparaiso, Nov. is gen- THE DBS MOMS PLAN OF CHARTER (Continued on Page Four.) Europe and on this continent and al- eral satisfaction here at the prospects ways'headed Madam ajl amicable settlement of the Al- cella has .over 75 trained birds on j claim with United the stage with her, and no more beau-1 f _, _ tiful sight has been seen in Calgary j States. The leelmg is pronounced than her opening .trick, when pure! among the Americans here, white doves fly from all parts of the j business. Each commissioner is but an agent of the council and all his acts are subject to review by that body. If he desires to purchase some material, or sell something held by the city he must first present a reso- lution to the council, and secure the official approval of a majority of the members of "that tody; Commission Not Supreme But even the commission is not su- preme. The five men who constitute it are ever accountable to the elec- torate for their deeds. Should they show incompetency or unfaithfulness, any or all may be recalled. And should they refuse the ordinance, for which there is a great public demand, -the voters can compel its submission to a vote of the people. j Provision For Recallv The provision for -the recall'is that, upon petition of twenty-five per cent, of the voters for the- removal, of an incumbent, an election must be call- the date being not less than thir- ty nor more than forty days after the clerk certifies that the list has suf- ficient signatures. The person sought to be removed is entitled to a place on the official ballot without nomin- Jf Qne Q{ JOIN THE and have your clothes kept clean. 4 suits per month for called for and delivered. Phone Phone Crown Cleaning Co. BOOMS 1 AND 2 WHITNEY BLOCK mayor has no -veto 'power. Three members constitute a quorum -and three votes pass all measures except those on which a two-thirds vote is specifically required. Under no condition can a city which has adopted the Des Homes plan ab- andon it until it. has been in opera- tion six years. The process to se- cure the release is much, the same as that for-its adoption. Twenty-five per cent, of the voters must sign a petition and a special election he held This gives xities power to free them selves if they find, after a fair trial that the new system is unsatisfac- tory. So far, however, there has been no call for a return to the old style in.Des Moines, and if the next four years are as successful as the last two it is absolutely certain there will: be no concerted action to throw aside the commission plan. J. L. Wright. receives a higher number of votes, he succeeds the incumbent till the end of the term. When the people desire to take the theatre onto Madam's arms. Another Many school children suffer from initiative in submitting an Ordinance, pretty trick is when a cockatoo does constipation, which is often the cause i they must secure the signatures of a serpentine dance. In fact there is of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham- j t t f iv.n of the dulv qua_ verv little the birds do not do, from berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cent. 01 me auij qua T __ __ _ _ v 1t reading to the most difficult acrobat- ic stunts. Without exaggeration this .act is supreme of its Herald. This company wili be at .the Eureka next week. are an ideal medicine to give a voters if thev are to nresent child, for they are mild and gentle i the proposition at the next regular s. The Only One in Lethbridge Tai Chens 4t Co Dealers in and Manufacturers of intendents of the individual depart- ments. It has power to make neces- sary rules and regulations for the "ef- ficient conduct of' the city's business. The commission has the power to j POLITICAL POT is create, fill and'discontinue offices. BEGIIS The .mayor is the only member of the commission when elected knows what department he will be superintendent of, the other four de- partments being distributed by the members of the commission as near- BEGINNING TO BOIL ly as possible to their mutual satis- faction. No VHoxPower For Mayor Each of the five commissioners has the- cower to vote on all questions coining before the council, but the Cabinet Positions Are Being Filled- Speeches for the Opening of Parliament The political pofc is beginning to boil ground the Y. M. C. Mock Par- liament building. Premier Davidson is experiencing some difficulty in get- PICTURES. ADVANCED J VaJdars tional comedy cyclists. great spectac- ular and novelty dancer. Dell Magician and expert coin manipula- tor. Pictures 1 Mireille's Sincere Lore 2 Instantaneous Nerve Powder 3 How Kids Got Even Hypnotic Subject Gladstone Virtue, the brilliant young orator member for Ponoka but it is not yet known who the seconder will be. it is likely that the premier will speak on the address at the opening session next Thursday even- ing. The leader of the Opposition, and D.R.Ware, silver tongued orator from Medicine Hat constituency will move an amendment to the reply. The plans of the third party led by George Broadley, the member for Rocky Mountaln are not announced but will be much in evidence at the opening of the House. It is expected that the galleries will be crowded -when Lieutenant Governor Galbraith reads Iting his cabinet positions filled but 'the j he of all parts of' premier has ar- the speaker to be chosen, R. P. Wal- uisLrici. Ca.iis the NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in Commercial and Shorthand branches, Civil Service and English. ,For paxticolars phone7 or write Geo. J. Schmidt, JPrineipaL Garhutt Business P.O.Box 1291 The bye-election for Birtle con- stituency takes place today. The candidates are Malcolm, Liberal, and Thompson, Conservative. ranged that the reply to the speech H from the throne will be moved bv AT THE LYCEUM NEXT WEEK I f >S W? Have Opened a Branch Store in the Sherlock Block, f Crabb Street. Ladies Garments Made to Order r in their effect, and will cure even i election. If they secure ten per chronic constipation. Sold by all j ccnt it must be' submitted at the j next regular election. In case the {larger number is secured the council must either pass the draft without modification in twenty days or sub- mit it to the vote. The proposition of repealing or amending an ordin- ance so passed may be taken up at the. next succeeding general election. The law requires that all ordinanc- j es passed in the regular way receive j three readings and remain, on file in the clerk's office a week. Only when it is stated in the draft that it is deemed urgent and necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety is this provision waived. Cities adopting the commission form of government must at once pass an ordinance distributing1 the powers and duties to the various de- partments. The commission has the power to prescribe the powers and duties of the various departments, but that is. left largely to the super- and Japanese Sflkj Goods qnickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the throat and. lungs. 25 Yes, Give Me The MamifactiA-Ked By N. F. LETHBRIDGE S U P I N A ALBERTA El Presidente Cigars Unquestionably the Best and Most Popular Smoke on the Market MISS VERNA FELTON AS LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY Her first appearance on the professional, THEY ARE HYGIENIC-MADE WITH CLEAN HANDS l W. R. Webster Sherbrooke, Que. ;