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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUE LKTIHIKIDGK DAILY HEBAIJV. ft7 TO BE VOTED ON The Happy Medium in Temperature hot or top cold, and ulwuys rcllnblu. Tht8 Is Ihi: iuiportuiit fen- lure of itio ;UI'lmporiniit 1cm of the homo in wlnler. Ihinl: we have h-olveil It iii our Cumey-Ox- ford' )t W.VOH cotil, timo a ml tciuiKM1, and tlilB Hiplc ceonomy Is shown in (lie J'iro-box construction, which keeps t.he fire hunting juitt takes ALL hciit out of Uie eoals. Thou, tliu HOT WATER is the only heating apparatus that is fitted with the iv.iah- nipple. With (his Joint ihu boiler will run for ywarr, with-. 'oat a cent lie-Ing spent on re- pairs, because IT LEAK. Those nnd many other points maku tlio Gurney-O.v- ford Kystotn the ideal system. Write for free' hook and in- fonnHtioii. also carry in itock a complete line of plumbing material. METAL'S, LTD., Calgary. Edmonton. .LETHESRIDGE. At Time of Civic Elect- iona-Council Lets a Contracl IMEECH LIKES THE SINGLE TAX Al tlic oily council incolhin tlito iif- 'lonioon uiio of tho mijlii ilems Ijofqre, lick in civju circles UIBSU ;im! us a resull till' (Wiu- ci! .seKsiuii totiay a slloi'L one. Tin' miiort (it I lie Oily Hiigincer re- sou I'urt was tlic re-survpy of Nurtli l.i'.ilibi'idftC in in sonic regards. OFMSTIPATON lliu meeting WHS a report Troin City Afsmsor Mucch deiilliiK with tlic me- Miod of to lie followed-In ihn future. .Mr. Mraih haa found tho present syslnm of laxatlon very Ijn- One trouble the streets laiil out'lie Invs found ban beon In tlio assess- asci'ssnr shdulil work with Uie clty'moni. of slocks which fluctuate ac- [iroperly it nn.s ilcciiicd Iliat tliC'Cily 'cordine to the seauoii ot tlio year. Otli- fiiRinre'r while 'w.n-k'is wholeaale nicrcliaiits carry n" "lock done Some -lissnllsfucMon prevails 11" lllu a Main other anoinac-j may lie lound y I the streets there arc- cut up, hy divisions, ilou-cver, the were. this t. Single tax. 2. Modified yinyla tax. o. Full itsHcusment. shift will IIP doing this work winter, Uic dufccls will be cilicd. W. IltiiuU-rsoa Co., cliai l accoiiiitsints, will nnljf.ed lo cfipct- i-lnu -their niter of Mr.' pralsvc Dr. Indian Root Mr. Andrews M HnllFu, N.fc, mita: i'For many I Invc been troubled With chropic Constipation. Thii itwot never comes single-handed, and I a Vic) im to ny 'UnesMi that constipation brings tn itt train. after tiicdiciiu; i have taken in order tq find relief, one ar.d all left tne jo the same hupelcsi condition. It irtnied tliat r.olliing would expel from ttie the one that much trouble, yet at last I rend about thcat [ndbo Root Pills. 'That WIM indeed x lucky day for me, (or I vv so with the Halt- mentf niade that 1 dttermined to five thein a fair trial. TbBy re pill a ted my an4 I sci cured of constipation, lad I claim thej have no cquiU a medi- Fpr over hnU a century Dr. Morse'i Indian Root Pills have been curing con- ittpatbn and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all; the ailments which nnult from them. ;Thcy clranse (he whole fjrsteai i.ud-paHfy tiie hicod, SoU] crtrywbcre al Sir. a box. 3 The first method is favored hy the: SURPRISES IN STORE Irity It calls for ussejsmeiit' v of laud values .only as in Vancouver, i where this methud ol' taxation i i, ito have hoeu iiu umnialified SUCCCBS. i Iradc, School Itaml. ami mMm} ,n ill Sociciy accminis be nilciptcd. Alllci.kai ]lml Ulcro Tlic tender of Titos. Slubus lor in the city, construction of .Uie Children's Helen- j single lax is the second iion Home according to tlic jikuis soKtion. BV Mils iilan taxes arc 'taigcd prepared liy II: W. McfC'li. was nc-jby .1 coinljllmtion real' estate and cepted. i was which i bualnet-j Tills plan of lax- .v.-as the lowest of 12 tenders. Ulion is in force In-Edmonton where it On motion of Aid. Cio0dc and Aid. Sives satisfaction. Ashcroll, it was decided lo refer the The otiiei-akernativo is a full nient snch as is now in force, with o, regarding the to OTereome with all papers lo whlch h.lvc bccn Tlio report very full- and clear, IKIt th? council, considering it UrnB-ic Library the cily solicitor, with .instructions lo prepare a bylaw to .he submitted the ratepayers ;ii inc. time oi the would reuqirc too much diseu-jsion at municipal elections [tho present time, held the matter over A w householders on Me- until the next regular meeting. Kav St., fur sewer was al KI (he cil.y. eiiginet'i' he iicxt meet in j; nf the cn JUST IS PROMOTED London, Oct. Canadian As- j------------------ poclatfid Prcas underBtands that. Siri Charles of the Dominion njFW TllWNS department ,-it Tthe Colonial Office, has 1'ij f retired today, succeocied hy Sir H. P. .lust, as chief o-f jjorljl conference secretaries, andVhp jnado an extensive t.our of Canada last ON THE MAP MAKKETS Ottawa, Oct. Kveu- .Journal says 'the announcement of the conij.'psition of Mr. liorden's udtninlsl ration Iw made In a few days. The Jo.urnal un- derstands that it will he a cab- inet of surprises. Names will L-j included which were not expected, and others will be left out which tho public thought to Bee. CALLS ON BRYCE TO QUIT JOB TO RESIGN THURSDAY GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Oct. what opened 93 T-8, closed 9S Xoveniher opened closed 1-S; I-aceiuber opened '3-1, closed fif! U': Old May -opened 101. 101 1-2; .new ..May .opened ;JOI closed 101 ;H-S. opened K I closed n-S; May opened 43 S-8, closed 30 5-8: Hay opened closed op- iinlicat Lauricr and his -call-' in-br. Will hand in their resignations j ,'e ICiirl Grey on Thursday, ami that the cabinet will in ('R' en Saturday. Wilkie, Siisk., siirvpy- iiig anil- (he slafing'ot'ii of twelve, enod B25: NoveniLur lovvasitra un t-hr three new P. 220. closnrt ruads hnni; hllilt from here, will Coin-i WINNIPEG Northern 100 a.' towns lo be 2 Northern 97 1-2, 3 Northern 114 tl this fnil on the WilKic, .V.ooso i 3-4. No. 4 0! 12-, No. 5 85 1-2, No. 6 r, 0 n i r Is sworn r is Wouldn't, you like to own one Coine in 'ar.d ins BtocU. today. Mason Kist'li Do'minion Block. Calfce. On ihe" conilii1 line arc: Tram ping-: lake and and those of 'Cut" Kiiifc branch are.: Tlmckery, (.-loan, Rockhnvcn These towns all be Hiluatetl in Liie riches! agricultural section oi West- ern Tho Tramping and Cut-knife I! C. W. 2.FE'ad-3S. .Vo. S 7-1, No, 4 Rejected 5ii, Feed N. W. 225. _ ".....American Markets opened ,..Mny ened 113 I clnt'jd 108 1-4; 6-S. closed 112 1-2. opened 9S, famous l closed 97 3-4; May opened 1 closed j ilistrict: i 103 M; July opened 100 3-4, closed London, Oct. National Re- view Kays "In. the face of the dis- creditable-intrigue upon which Can- ada has pronounced judgment in so uhct'rtain vqice, Amljassadol, Hryce, :repre.sentaiive at1 Washing- ton would he loo well advised to seek a position of greater freedom and less 'tradin, PEOPLE ARE BEING HELD f Aid. AsHcroft Make Ser- ious Charge in City Council That lne People of ttie city are be- ing held up oji Ihe price of coal In tue prutnt strike .situation aeema to be tho general opinion those (lays. It la heai'd everywhere on the street, and many have expressed the opinion that the city council should follow tho lead of Calgary and make arrangements for !i coal supply, for the citizens. The trouble at present veeins to be thai the coal of the city are charg- ing excetuivf! prices for delivering coal which can be bought ot the mines at very nearly the name price before the strfke. Aid. Asheroft'brought the matter be fore the council this afternoon. He .staled that he was charging tho same at the mine as when all the mineu in the district were running, but that ho hud trouble In getting It hauled as the team owners can get more for hauling coal from the cars for the reason that they charge more for delivery than before the. strike, Ouo Instance was cited In which fl.10 was charged for delivery of a ton of coal while before the strike the price wss eighty cents per ton. To give the council -some informa- tion to work oil the secretary treas- urer was Instructed to got the price coal from various sources delivered at Lethbridge, when the council will take up the matter of having the coal delivered to the citizens at reasonable ji-iees. The'-suggestion was made that F the present exhorbiiaitt prices were tept In force the dray licenses would be cancelled so that the farmers would be enabled to haul coal in the city, hits affording competition which would tend to keep the price of coal delivered down to Us usual price. The general opinion of council way that it was outrageous that any dealers should -be on ihe present situation on Majestic Theatre W. M.n.o.r. PMONI TO-NIC1HT ONLY i M Thai i'liiiny Stvedlsli Comedy "Yon Yonson" With Davul Brsittotroiii and a splendid special scenery, catchy songs, and ihe greatest living dialect actor. Prices 75c. Gallery 50c. j MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. PHONE His furttier ei-emplified in the appalling hash which he has made of the arbi- tration negotiations by ignoring and exasperating the American Senate." Tlic -National Review today asks home tariff reformers, if they mean to roll audiences that a .vote is a'votB.jor tariff reform and im- perial Preference. SHERIFF OF OXFORD COUNTY, ONT., DEAD Woodstock, Oct. Brady, sheriff of Oxford county, flted at !iis home here at the age of SO years after a lingering illn-aas. De- ceased has. he'an sheriff of this co.nn- ears. irrrchants, ami -tradesniun 100" H. arc already on the grounds and buildings will bu erected in llitisn REMAND IN SENSATIONAL places as soon as slakes have I MORDEN CASE bc-Pii driven. j Mtfrden. 'M-au., Oct.. prelim- 'iiuu-y hearing of ihe ease of George EAGER TO GET thrown, the prisoner held at the pro- vincial court house here in connection 'with the abduction of Alia. Frank OF'TIIRJfFYK5011' nep Prlce been postponed. Brown aro only 8S. deputies in Con- up, before Magistrate staminonltj, a number insufficient, at (hrGe o'ciock tlun afteruoon. ft quorum, hul as .soon as Uie rncjiiis- lleforc proceeding with the ruse iii- IK) members arrive, (he Chumbw !Cpown Bowen asked for n will he convened. Thi: Germnn reinand mui! next Thursday jsiilak- is'siormcd by anxious cilixons lon itccoum of llot boine able m se- i viio arc Uiikinc; for passports thai, wiii permit them lo leave the c-owi- Itry. Yesterday six hundred lefl ihe city nnd today thr Consulate still Iia fminfrii applications with which t ilrai. Those remaining arc Kiibji'ci- (M In hcavj Inxes. The Turkish cable, I to Tripoli has been cut and oflicinls- jnre ignorant of i.s go in a; mi All oflk'ers have linen ordered j Mo H.inrn to their posts. An Kgyn-; tiiui noliihle lias oll'pred to orgamw fniTc of yjt.uOO Kgyplinns In march I against thi1 fiafuns at Tripoli. j Hrrljn, Oct.' was annotinci cure tihat lime.- evidence before ''Stops a Cough Quickly -Even Wiicoping Cough Sixteen Ounces of the Quiokect, Cough 'Rcmitdy for Money Refunded If It Fails. If you havo .in oh-itinati cough, wh'ich refusffs to be cuml, get n. 50- cent Imtllo of mis it, with hotnn- 'cd side of hours yunrnouith wijllwgone.or al Uie Koreign Office todav that Ocr- Ttll7, VCArIy M' ?Vcn whooping-cough is quickly conquered iu l his maiiv would not proclaim her neutral-] A Ml-ocnt buttlo of IMnei, when ity the Turko-Unlian war. I with you 10 Tlin reason ascribed for this decision' was Ihe pruhabiliiy that the conllli wnuld be oi brief duration. N'u lowiirtis meditation aro Trijsolian bv Kalians. Vancouver, B. C., Oct. Tt. .M-ebride, premier of R. C. and .1. Bowser, attorney general will go to Ottawa, leav- ing Thursday, which probably means tliat the former will join 111? Bui-den'' cabinet and the jattcr be made premier of Hritisb Columbia. Ottawa, Oct. to another serious outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Somersetshire, England Ihe restriction which was removed last week on importation from the old country'of cattle, .sheep and oth- er ruminants and swine from Uie United kingdom into Canada lias been reimuo.sod. This order will af- fect ft numher of Canadian importers, some of whom have been for some timii holding animals purchased iu Britain in 1hc hope of being able to bring them to Canada before the close of the John, Cosgrove presents MDL HUGHES THOMAS ROYAL WELSH LADIES' -.One Night Only FRIDAY; OCTOBER 6th 25 25 The Musical Treat of the Season fri.OO; Gallery 50c Seats on Sale WedneMlay at Rochou's BERGERON FOR POSTMASTER Montreal, Oct. a. n. Dorg'sron ex-M. P., and the recent Conservative cniidida'ie in Beauharnois, is spoken of for the vacant postmastergliip of Montreal. EARL OF CRAVEN'S JOB London. Oct. Ear] of Crav eu was today appointed captain of the Yeomanry of the Guard at a salary ot a year. ic and Drama 25c Tuesday and Wednesday 25c The Exposure of The White Slave Trade THE WHITE SLATES OF AMERICA r A slroug, lealistic, plain picture story-of'tlie World's Greatest Crime THE SELLING OF HUMAN SOULS 7, A inighfv plnin talk thai makes Fathers, Mb- Iheis and Daughters ask, what can we-do lo wipe out this cinse of humanity, the blackest that ever stained the man late. SEE IT ALL SEE IT NOW Endorsed hy and Clergy ADMISSION 25o AND 15c. on; rough rpnirdythnlniiftsify could buy, i lot, j clear anving of ?3. Very easy to prepa family the jflnesl. (lircciions in i J'incE suothos mid honls tlio inflmmsd rnenihmnt.'S with remnrkiOrto ranidiry. It stimulates tho aniJcHu', is silahtty laxa- ijistl'-cblldren Kicctric'Fixtures v SllAfles anil "General Repairs W. l. mm Co, ELECTRICIANS 7C6 3rd AVB. S. Phone ako, it was said, before f tive. ami'lus _ ______ coast 1ms been occupied i Jfi Splendid for crnup, ntuhrna, bronchitis, throats ticklo. chest pit Ins, oic., nnd a thoroughly successful remedy for incipionc lunfr troiibloa. is specinl ana highly concen- tratwl coiiipcuud oi Norway White Hiue extract, ricn In nnslacol and other hwiHng piiieek'nu'iits. Jr. linsnftca been imitated, though iii'Vi'rsiUcctisfifiilly, I'oruotbinj Simply mix with sugar By nip or strainwl honey, in a Iwttlo.nnd it is rondy for use. Anyone who irii-s PinnJt will quickly LADY DRUMMOND'S ILLNESS Montrcnl. Oct. condition of Lady Drum u'lio iy aeriously HI at tho Jloynl Victoria ed it vllght improvement. Her Elale of health is such that only her only son is allowed lo see her. The gain In tbo American Padent- lion of J.abar since tne Convention of has been mem- bers of various unions. _________ why It. is used in more homes in tho U. S. nnd Cunad.i ihnn any other to oivt1 abtfotutH sntisfaction OP iiionoy TV- funded. of ctmniTitoe luwpWxorwUlKCt Ufofjou. !.o The Plntis Co., Tonmto, Ont. "YON YONSQN" inclement has no -terrors for tho t.hoalre going folks of this "city, ii" one may judse from the large audience in attendance fotion giving an entire ex- posure of the white sjaye trade, were exhibited at Sjtarland- 'yesterday. packed houses; a a iron g realistic pic- ture story 'of the world's greatest crime. vailing of human souls, a plain talk 'that.- -makes fathers, moth- era and daughters ask, what can we do to wipe out this curse of human- ity, the blackest ..slavery, that ever claimed the human You.neTer nor heard anything like before, you will see something you can never forget and you will hear something will be on hand. may be added that a new Byt (hat will ring in youi of scenery will be-in evidence to- mine Who are tho night thereby enhancing the staging of the play. the play'j hearing'. sympathetic nnd Mr. Daviu Hrattsirom dellnentton of the tiile role nf "Yon" obviously appeared peculiarly fitted for tlie part, or tlie ruggod Swede. His work altogether wns free from bl-amish and by way of reveal- ing his versatility he played a' violin oblfBAto to a very charming solo suns by. Grace (Miss Tfatty 1'fell) lowariln tho conclusion of the final act. The two leading lady members of tht> east, Miss l and Miss Kdlth Xcw- both acted creditably while the nninins parts wore Adequately lak-, Mention miiht bo" made of Miss HOYAL WKI.SH CHOIR AT MAJESTIC THEATRE FRIDAY "The voices in ensemble were mag- nificent, UIQ upper parts clear and ringing, and the lower resonant mid big in tone, with a balance and qiwl- Hy that marie eacli number n gem. "From (.he deep fervor displayed in the somewhat weird national songs to the melodious nonsense 6f Genee's "HftMa the Indiee gnve every evidence of high vocal attainment. Tlie dioir'H work wan of the highest order, and tells mightily for .Madame Hughes-Thoinaa' skill as a trninor. The enthusiastic nmHetice de- mandeti encores over and over ihe number bringing four inauti- nbla fsneore fiendw clumorlnfi for more. Times. ears for dayj to white slaves? At- tend Stnrlaiid today or tomorrow and you will go buck home with something to remember Jill your life. "Every man, woman, young boy or girl, should' hear the truth. There is nothing whatever shown In these which is at offensive. Endonwd clergy and passed by the WianiptC board-of censorship. J AT THE EUREKA To the theatre was presented of the Ing iuiereiting In this city lint night.. Lxnwd Operator WHS an intensely i.nttruUn? picture nnd held the bound from, start to finish. The" Stenographer coawdy mid caused, no end of lougtiter, whllt An Irish Honeymoon was alio a picture, illUBtrating the htiftut 1 fill ery Ireland effectively. Morrii IK to be congratulated for t.he first class pictures he producer, and no doubt the Eureka will draw big crowds all this week. NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES the oia tfcMt ni ;