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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 15, X913 THErLETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALB Page 3 Bijou Theatre -WM, and Thurs. April 16-17 "The Cowboy lonaire" hu The crowning effort of the Selig Go., famed for producing animal series No advance in prices-15c and lOc See lobby display and press notice Typographical Union No. 551 IN THE K. P. HALL Saturday, April 19th DANCING 8 to 12. DOORS OPEN 7.30 Invitations can bo Iiad from, any memjjer of the union or by applying to tlie jMoniing Newa or Lejhbridjre Horald. Invitations are limited. TICKETS ILOO LADIES FREE. Mofris Theatre PROGRAM TONIGHT The Dove in the Eagle's Nest A Two-Reel Thanhouser Drama The Wheel of Destiny Rex Drama "TWO INSEPARABLE ' FRIENDS"- AND "FATTV HAS GOOD LUNGS" Two Ambroslo Comedies -Coming- "OUR EMPIRE NAVY" In Seyen re�ls. Waicli .for an-nduncemerits. LUND'BRECK STRONG FOR M,R. POWELL {1 Lundbrecb, April 14.-A large and well attended meeting on six hours' notice was hold at Ijundbreck on Saturday evening, April 12, in. the Interest ot W. B. Powell, the Labor candidate. C. M. O'Brien, the Socialist, and S. M. Caster, for ,the Conservatives were present > and ' spoke during the evening. John Bare, a staunch old-time Liberal, occupied the ohair. D. R. Molvor, of Cowley, opened the meeting, dealing^ In a masterly way with" the topics of the day and dwelling on the good government we have had under the Sifton regime, O'Brien and Caster spoke at some length giving in the same old story. A tremen-5ous .applause greeted Powell when he.arose to speak. He held?his audience to,: a high pitch all f the time he spoke. He positively denied all stories going around here and through the pass that ho was not in the ,field. He has been In the-field and working every minute since he -was announced as a candidate. -He thanked the Liberals for endorsing his candidacy and was not opposed in any -way to the Sifton administratiohv and if sent to parliament he would^rop,r^sent'hls^con Btituency in a faiy^aifdim-partlal in'p,n-ner.  The meeting broke iip with cheers for Powell. .^. Monarch Theatre TONIGHT, 8.15 p.m. By Special Request The California Jubilee Quartette High class oolor(e4.,jSingers, in Plantation Melodies^r Popular airs and Classical Music. Ask for your favorite selection. 2S centB: and 35 cents A LOOK AT THIS! GeL busy Mr, Farmer, -we have fcwo dozen all-leather collars, reft'ular ^$3.00-r-oiit tliey o-o at ......... $2.00 ALBERTA SADDLERY CO., Ltd. 306 Fifth Street South ' . LethhrMge \ wm mm SOUTHERN �� TOWN . HAS MUSICAL ORGANIZATION OF, WHICH IT MAY BE PROUD Cardston, April 14.-The large tabernacle of the Mormon church at Cardston was almost filled to its capacity last night at a sacred concert' by the famous Cardston Choir. Never before in the history of Cardston has there l^een such a talented organization as that which performed last night. , � Much praise is due Jas. P. Layne,-under whose baton thp choir hasiprac-tlced' so faithfully > for ' the past .four years; for the very efficient way .in which he handled the large chorus. Mention should, also he made of'the support that he received from .ji. jT. Henaon, who perforni|ed. so � admirably on the beautiful large organ. It - was a -great-item;towards the Eucoess.* of the evening. r �So' near perfect was' every number that It would'be a hard matter'tb'single out any one" item for conim'snt, tout'mention must, be made of th^ rendering o.f. Mozart's, Gloria. 12th Mass, in - whicli the great master himself would, have, been delighted to have listened lo ilt) I'eadltion. ! V' , i'' , The Program � ... i. .The- following' is -.the '.program; �i!eas. dered: ' � \' -ii Opening selection by the choir- "Hark ten thousand .Voices,"; (Steph-' ens). . .-^�'v' Invocation by B. F. Lamb",'" ' ' V Anthem by choir-"They shall hunger no more," (A'danis.) ' i Contralto solo; Mrs. Fred Burton." � Glee selection, "The song of Victory,",by members of the choir. Thirty, minutes', oration by Elder Hugh B. Brown on the "Life of Eliza R. 'gnow," the composer of some oi-th^^, selections that were being rendered., a. ' Baritone solo with choir accompttiii-meut, "6 My Father," by A, B. Core. Cornet and piano duet by Mrs. Una; Thompson ancl.W.S.Berryessa. Bass solo, "Hand la Hand," by A. L. Smith'. , , / iSelectipn by choir, Mozart's , "Gloria," 12ih Mass. , , ,,, � Ladles' ijiuartette, Misses Ba'tes't 'Aus tin, Cqombs and Sheffield. '?4ano duet, Misses Coourbs qnd M^tipe. i,,, , , V. Anthem by the oholr,' "Nearer. My Ocd to Thee." '; � . ' � '  Benediction, M, A. Cooinbs." ' ' iWokly Htopsi toughs,- cures olds,-andt^e At the Bijou The management of this pr&tty house, always in the front rank in fu-;--nishing exclusive programs for their patrons, take pleasure in announcing-for Wednesday and Thursday of this week the fl,nes-t -and crowning effort of the Selig Co., "The Cowboy Millionaire." The subject is in two reels and as the whole of toe Selig eastern staff took part, together -^s'lth a small army of the most .skilfull and daring cowboys in the country, one will readily appreciate the excellence of the production. The whole subject is itreated in such a vividly roalistic manner that one's attention is held at fever pitch all through the araazuig program. There is an excellent view of humor throughout the play which adds a piquancy to without doubt the vei-y beat film ever released. The action and dramatic value, photography and technique being the acme of perfection. ,I>0'n't forget Wednesday and Thursday. Prices, 16c and 10c; boxes 25c. Everyone knows if it's at the Bijou it's real, good. Once a patron always a patron;  � California Jubilee .Quartette at the Certainly those who took advantage last night of the opportunity to hear, the above-named group of talented singers were amply repaid. Their efforts met with instant success, and every number and reading was- repeatedly encored.', ,>,'jC-6night, by spec-^ ialrequest, the. company wUI again appear In new songs and readings. This is the last chance absolutely ;to he^r the Jubilee Singers, and all are uTged to, take advantage of 'the occasion. Popular prices. wJU prevail: 35 cents for adults and 25 cents for children, .�  � At the Morris The big headliner for tonight will he a Thanouser two-reel drama, entitled "The Dove in the Eagle's Nes't," .an Interesttag and thrilling story. The Rex drama "The Wheel of Destiny," proved to ihe so popular last evening that the management have decided ito run this film again tonight. This (spl.endid progrtomme 'will 'be completed by two roaring comedies, '|Two Inseparable Friends," and ''Fatty has good lungs," The management wish to announce that they have a splendid seven-reel feature coming, entitled "Our Empire Navy." This will he one of the most interesting ever shown in Leth-tiridge. Watch for further announcements regarding it.- PRINCE OF WALES MAY mOLGA LATEST COURT NEWS OF INTER-. -EST TO BRITISHERS THE WORLD OVER London, April 14.-T-lt is �ald hero that coniidential negctlations are on foot "Sor an ultimate marriage "i � :wcen the Prince of Wales and the Grand Duchess Olga, eldest daughter ot the Czar.' It is said that 'i,t had been arranged for them to m,eet for the first time at Herdoero, a charming seaside Villa, jointly owned by Queen Alexandra and the Empress of Russia. The villa is on the shore of Klampenbourg Biay, half tin hour from Copenhagen. It is also said tha,ti the Prince may visit Sli iPetershurg and remain at 'the winter -.palace for, some: time -during the court season there. � Two-gtate balls at Buckingham palace are provisionally arranged for .Tune, For the express event about 2000 invMations will he Issued. The court went into half mourning on Wed nesday last SHOULD HAVE GOT LIFE , Moulaton, Mo., April 14.-For cruelty to her stepchildren; Mrs. Charles Martin w^s sentenced today-t'o two years in 'states prison. ^iThe'sevldence showed''that i-he had bioken the arm of a' ;"islxryeai^old girl, a.9d that .the exposure to which she subjected a boy 'of seven h>d peoessitated the aanpu-Itttlou of his frozen toea. BUTCHER GIVES S VIEWS I ABAITOm THINKS IT WOULD COST $50,000 -PROBLEM A HARD ONE TO SOLVE Lethbrldge, April 12. Editor Lethbrldge I-Ierald: Sir;-I beg leave for space in your valuable paper to correct a wrong- impression created on the public miud through'misrepresentation on the abattoir question, and the attitude of the butchers on same. In Wednesday's paper I see it stated if Lethbrldge district is to regain the meat trade with British Columbia, lost through the enforcement of the government regulations calling for meat inspection, an abattoir must be constructed here, and about the only way this can be accomplished will be by the city making it a municipal institution. If such an abattoir la built the government will Immediately es-tabiisli a meat inspector here. Now sir, the butchers of Lethbrldge have not lost any trade with B, C. for the simple reason th6y never did any business with B. C, don't at the present time, nor intend to in the future, so there is no need here for an abattoir for Lethbridge butchers. As for the farmers in the district, they don't need to hkve it inspected as they are such an honorable hunch the government evidently thought they wouldn't do anything wrong. Vv. Fisher had an interview with the powers that be and he suggested that If the council wants to protect the health ot the community, erect an abattoir, and it such an abattoir is built, he will immediately furnish an inspectoi'. It seems strange to me that a Dominion inspector can oirerrule the provincial and municipal governments. I understand wo have two good and eflScient doctors attending to the health of the people and an energetic sanitary officer to attend to these things. However, it they are not sufhcient and we have to get another Inspector, it is up to our municipal council to engage one and not the Dominion government to appoint one over the hea,ds ot this province and city. To me it seems strange. Yoa also state, sir, that the butchers of the city have been agitating � the mayor to build an abattoir. No butcher ot this city has aisked the hiayor to build one. The majority,,6f ihp butchers waited on him to stop a hylaw being passed without our consent to make us go Into a certain private slaughter-house run by one man. Many of us have' slaughter houses of our own which would 'be of no use and -would be a great loss to us to have to go Into a public abattoir without compensation, but we stated if thy would build one' and hare inspection we were quite willing, to pay certain prices pQV bead which at presenit would amount to about 190 per week it all the meat-in Lethbrldge 'were, slaughtered' there. At present I reckon one-fourth ot the meat sold in- Lethbrldge is sent in dressed. Secretary. .Finley imade a statement that he knew several shippers in the s6uth who would send their stock here to be slaughtered and inspected and that the revenue from this source would-materially help to pay interest on the outlay. (I alw-ays gave Secretary Finley credit for having .a little sense until I saw that, statement.) 'We �Lethbrldge butchers might as well send our Btock to 'Calgary to be slaughtered and inspected as the shipper from Card-ston and Pincher Creek ,to send it up here and take it, back again. j X see also Dr. Fisher has suggested the woolen mills. 'Now I think that is about the worst location in or around Leth'brJdge. It has been ' a white-elephant long enough; don't To-day All-Feature Program, ' Including His Sergeaut^s Stripes Powerful Military Drama To-morrow A. Record-Breaklng "Bponcho" Thriller ,The Sinews of War In Two Parts Special Notice Owing to the Enormouc Crowds seeing th� The Dayton Flood Pictures In Calgary, they will not be hown here until Friday and Saturday turn it into a smelling one. The most natural and proper place lor one is out near the stock yatds and we say: "Mr. Mayor, when you have the money that is. the place, and we will all help you," but I think to put up an up-to-date plant to satisfy Lethbridge waoits for say ten or fifteen years to come, you will have to provide nearer fifty thousand dollars than the amounts that have been mentioned in your paper. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, in anticipaition, I remain, Yours truly, A BUTCHER. One Killed in Calgary Auto Accident Calgary, April 14,-Carl Zwioker, a flhaufteur, was killed and G, McCarthy was seriously injured when a five passenger moior crashed through a fence and down an emhankment on the Riverside boulevard, opposite the General hospital, shortly after three o'clock this morning. Charlin and L. B! Howey, the fourth occupant of the car, escaped with gome'minor bruises. Howey and Carlln have been' placed under arrest and will he held as witnesses pending .tie coroner's inquest. According to the sitatement of Car-lin the car was running along the boulevard at a speed of fourteen miles an hour 'when a turn in the road was reached. The steering gear � refused-to operate and the car crashed Into the fence. All the men were hurled ouit and the machine was "badly damaged. GRAIN COMMISSION � Winnipeg, ApriM4.-Last night the commission who-"have -been touring through the .vestern provinces arrived liexe' and afiter a few hours' stay in members of the government - grain the city, proceeded east to Fort Will-lam, the headquarters. J. P. Jones and W.D. Staples were the only mem(bers of the"coiumisiBlon who made the whole- trip and they report' that matters are iu" a most satisfactory stat6 as regards pros^ peota for the season all over the provinces.. ' AUCTION SALE -OF- Household Furniture WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 AT 2. p.m. SHARP, 205 5th Avenue South. Piano (full size art style) Piano bench Easy chair (massive with loose. cushion.)  ' Easy ilocker: (massive with  loose ctishlon) Magazine rack-Tabberette writing .desk and desk chair (all of the above in quarter cu,t,,oak, 9,arly,English Finish. Prino^B^ .dresseiTB, chiffonier. Chair., roicker. '.V (n^l Bird's Eje Maple) Brass' Bed (squaro effect) Box Springs aqd mattress Jewel, range : Kltohen 'CRhlnet- (Hastings) �Two rugs (b x'-l2) Washing" machine (Brighton) - Writtger^ ^.......,. Three iron beds (white'enamel) Springs and mattresses , ' Sewing machine Two dressers One sideboard Six kitchen chairs  One Drop leaf table'; Two heating stoves 'Two large carpets One small table . ' ,  One student's table. One'cook range Two small chairs One kitchen table Linoleum, Oll.oloth Sanitary couch Mattress Wash tubs, clothes holler Axe, scoop shovel High chair, dishes Cooking-utensils, eta. All of the above higd-claas goods, nearly new. feed to any; staHon.,in the,Leth-v. bridge district and Prepay all,' freight charges on,..reoeJpt of!-, price, $8.00, Send me ^lld.OO'v' and I will shfp'you BOO lbs., all ' charges paid. ;, . 'j Write today. .Send money by postal note, money order, or '! express 'opder. , J. C. HijkNRAHAN f , Feed Merchant,^Lethbridge. We Recommend 2 lots 13th Street North. 9626.00 Each t ALSO- ''. 3