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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 28, THE LETHJBKIDGE DAILY HEKALP BIJOU THEATRE "tJ^ Tci^aiisht and To-morrow Pathe's Weekly ALWAYS POPULAR lity A STIRRING DRAMA Romance of Ice Fields A BEAUTIFUL STORY MAGiNlFICENTLY TOLD "TWO GLOOM DISPELLERS" To Complete a Stellar Program PRICES: 10o and 18e. BOXES: 25c. Special for Wednesday and Thursday Vengeance of Durand IN TWO REELS A-Marvellous Portrayal of Social Jealousy, introducing the most Vivid Climax ever Attempted In Motion Photography. See LOBBY DISPLAY -COMING- The Land Swindlers The Greatest Episode In the Life of W. J. Biirns, The Famous American Detective BRETiEN ERSARY m \ Rev. A. G. Cameron Delivered Impressive Sermon Eminently Suited to Occasion Fully orie hundred and fiity members of the Independent Order of OddteUoWS from the diRercnt lodges, attended Knox church last night in a body, in anniversary of the 94th year of this fraternal, order's existence. _ ________ .......... _^ ___________ The entire centre of the church was | learning and service with love, therhood is love, according to the speaker, who read a portion of the responsive Scripture reading, I Corinthians, latxiii, "For now abideth faith, hope and love, but the greatest of these is love." "Service without love," said Mr. Cameron, "is of very little value. However eloquent or learned, or philanthropic or charitable a man may be, he is a moral nonentity without love, "Livingstone, whose anniversary we had just celebrated, was full of the master passion of love, and link- To-day i Great Attraotions at the BIJou Self praise is no reconiMendation, |'( but tbe mtuuigpment; have every right to fe�l proud at the suocesB attending their etforta to give the citizens of Lethbrldfe the very-6084 the various ^otoplay, studios Perhaps the culmination drt (th'^ir ambition is the Btoarine of tHe two reel subject "Thei Vengeatwe of DuTtin^." The story h4s been produced by thoise past-�liiMters of the TOotlon picture world, the Vitagra^h Co., and is of such a rdmai*aWy; Wtieiresting character that � th� paltitiniE: of -word pictures would fail far short of the merit it deeerves. The �tora is one so far removed from ihe average ph6to>play that the spec^ Hator durlpB the telling of thw story 'loi�8� ,�igtft at the fsMSt that they are v^t6hiniE;lthe varioius scehes unfold thoiDBelT^ op tlie scrsen, hut are c�r-rlW. to t&c sceh^e of operaition, es-pecdally' so in the closing scenes, and the climax ]� of wuch a thrilling nature one. in compelled to marvel at the Btandaird of excellence thlSobiMaeh. of JZOth century iicienitiflc TeWrolt.. ^ I The ipiujagement aho take great pleasure in announcing . that they Ihave s�t)ufed the sole right to eshiWt KKat'most wonderful aubject, "The liand Swindlers."' This subject is of more than, pasrtng interest, dealing with the greatest episode in the lite : Of the fanoup American detective, W. J, Burns, whose name throughout iite length and hreadth of the con-linent hasibeen,a terror to evil.doers. Thls-foaTleae. minion of the law has done more to impose the innumerable land eharlcs thajb flooded the large American cities than any other man, arid his great coup prompted the Kftlem' Co. to produce a story in Buch_a realistic inainnar that W, J. Biirns' Jiamo will he handed down to posit'erity as one of the greatest detectives of our time;  � Foi- tonight and tomorrow an unusually good program will be presented including the great Pathe Weekly, for which this pretty phoito play 'house has become so popular Miss B. lilnley Jones will be heard in that very pretty melody, "Down by the Old Mill Stream," and will be rendered in lier inimitable manner, which has made her a favorite with BlJou patrons. The class of music provld-ed has always been so favorably commenited on and is certainly the best pTovIded In any house In the city. For a high cia^B performaiice and pleasant suri'oundings the Bijou is commended. -Prices 15c and 10c; boxes 25c. A special .matinee given every Saturday when each child is given an ice gream cone free, supplied by the popular confectioner, F'. J. Killien, 3rd av�nue. * *  Pariii and Magine at Stjfrland Tonight The two classiest entertainers even seen in the city-jParlsl and iMagine- will open their engagement at Star-land tonight. PaTlsi,. the . rag-f;ime harpist, 5s a iwsitive wizard on the strings of this delloaite dnstrument, whil�t Magine, aptly called the Boy Caruso, is the possessor ol a magnificent tenor voice. "The Sergeant's Secret" will be shown today. .�   Excelaior Male Voice Choir at the Monarch on Tuesday The management of the Monarch Theatre are to he congratulated on their successful efforts in securing the services of such a talented group ae the Excelsior Male iVoloe Choin to appear in the theaJtro.' 'This chojr, though comparatively'young, has already made for itself an^Exceedingly enviable reputation in muaicl circles, and those who have had 'the pleiifeure of listening to, them preViousl^ are loud in their pz-aiaos. Such universal favor follows only the trail of su.coe8a- AUCTION SAm OF High-Class Furniture WILL TAKE PLAGE ON Wednesday, April 30th Commencing at 2.30 Sharp, at 617 12th Street South Set of fine diniag eliairs Two solid oak extension tables I'wo louttges upholsterod leather Two �wloker chairs-Two wlotosr roofeers. Large leatlher upholstered, arm chair. Morri* reclining^ohair. Four bedsteads, springs and mattresses. Two dressers and wash istauds, Kitchen Chairs Kitchen table Pictures . - . Cook rajige Cooking materials and other ai-tioles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer. tul performance, and is certainly well deserved. For quite a period the choir have been busy under Mr, Roberts' efficient management in mastering a number of new and beautiful Selections for the above mentioned occasion. Its many admirers will be delighted to liear new music, and those that have not heard the organization before will surely he pleased. The price has been placed well within the reach of all, 25 cents for children ajid 35 cents for adults. A full house is confidently expected and paitrona are advised to come early to secure desirable seats. * *i  Monarch Theatre A programme of unusual excellence will be presented at the Monarch Tiheatre tonight, The 101 Bison Co. come out strong In a sturdy Indian military drama "The Apache Fa'tlier's Vengeance." Little need be said in recommendation of � the feature, motion picture fans are aware that this company are in a class by themselves in the spc'cessful production of this kind of photo-play. Three splendid comedies, "Apartment No. 13,"'"The Black Hand," and "Mother's Bank Roll," with the beautiful Eblalre drama, "The Honor of the Fivm," complete a programme toound to. please ail. Residents of the nm^th sid� of the city are rapidly coming to realize that all that is best In.motion photography can .be seen at Iiome under ithe best possible conditions, and it is no longer necessary for them to leave their own side to he delightfully entertained, reserved for them and they filled it to capacity. The service was of a very fraternal nature, Rev. Mr. Cameron preaching an excellent sermon on some of the essentials of true bro-tHerhood and the choir rendering appropriate anthems., Mr- G. K. Fleming sang D. Pughe-Evans' "Lead Kindly Light", in a very touching turning the dark continent into one 6f opportunity.  As Christ said to His disciples, "By this shall all men know that ye 'are My disciples, that yo love,one another," so should wft in tile fraternal orders put love into all that we do for our fellows." Truth was given by Mr. Cameron to be the third essential to hrother-[ hood, emphasising that if we were way. The hynms, which were heart-1 true to ourselves and true to God we ily joined- in by the large contingent could not help being true to our fel-. of male voices were "Nearer My \ lowman, and in closing, he said : God to Thee", "Onward Christian, "Men of truth were nevej more at a Soldiers", and "Blest be the Tie that Binds", and the singing of one verse of "God Save the King", at the close. The congregational singing was the best that has been premium, and the universal love of God i^ alone capable of producing love of and truth between one another, and as an anniversary message I would pray that you renew JORITY REPOI FAVORS THE IN Decision of Board in C. N. R. Conductors' Case In' creases Pay , Large Auction Sale -OF- SUPERIOR FURNITURE, ETC. -ON-� APRIL 29th, 1913 At 912 6th St. S.i from 10 to 12, commencing again-at 2 o'clock. Instructed by the owner { will cell the following-" Qxt^nston table Oak Buffet Morris Reclining chair Wicker chair ' Sanitary couch' Large Upholstered chair Lounge ,1 Rockers i B Small rugs 0 pieces,of oilcloth Number .of blinds"' 10 pair blankets ?5 sheets 20 pillow,Blips 10 bath towels , Cooking utensils and other articles too numeroug to mention. Z large looking glasses fi dressers and wash stands. 10 iron beds, springs and mat' resses. ' Toilet sels ' ~(l Pictures 8 Centra tables Cook range 011 stove 6 large cai-pets " i Carpet sweeper : /' Lace .curtains ; '  ' 12 Bed spreads. 16 pillows 35 hand towels' ' . >' .TBBWS CASH GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer. Ottawa, April 27.-The award of the Board of Conciliation under ithe Industrial Disputes Act, to' Inqutre Into differences between the Canadian Northern Railway and its conductors has been received in the Department of Labor. The board was conaposed of Wm. Cross, of.Winnipeg, appointed on the recommendation of the C. N. R,; J. N. Hfti-vcy Hair, Toronto, appointed on the recommendation of the employees, and His Hon. Judge Haggart, . Winnipeg, chalrn^an, appointed on the recommendation of the other two members. The demands of the conductors were for seyeral changes in the existing schedules of rules and rates, including an increase iii pay and a reduction of working hours from nine to eight hours per day. The number of mep^ (Jireotly concerned Is 450. The Soard in its report, which Is signed iby its chairman, Judge Haggart, and Mr. Hall, reconimends the adoption on July 1, 1913, of a new schedule, which provides for the payment of passenger conductors, at the average of .$165 per mon'th; conductors on mixed and way freight trains at $4,80 iper hundred miles, arid conductors o.n through freight and work trains at f4-Z5, thei new rates involving ceritain increases on those now prevailing, The proposed new schedule also provides that eight hours' work per day shall he considered sufficient, except in extre;m6 cases. Mr. Hall, while signing tlie 'board's ; report, submitted a supplementarj-" report, in which It is claimed 'that the new schedule should he made effective from January 16 last, and also that the mileage rates in some cases are inadequate. A minority report is. presented by Mr.. Cross. , i  heard in Knox church for^some time your allegiance to Jesus Christ as 'the elder brother and light of .the world. The world is in sore need of this love, and the fraternal organizations can give it, and God grant that you may magnify every day the spirit of true brotherly lovo. Brethren, may the Lord bless you and keep you, may He make His face to shine you, may He lift up His chuhtenance upon you and give you peace." ' The entire service waS very impressive to all present, which means the cntirot church full, as both sides of the auditorium were crowded, a row of chairs having been placed alongside the regular pews. and was .largely dtie to the help of the Oddfellows. The choir sang, "Hail to the Lord's Anointed", by Andrews, and "In the Last Days it shall Come to Pass", by Rogers, Miss Lumbard and Mr. McGougan taking the solos. The Sermon  i\Ir. Cameron took his text from I Samuel 18-1, "And it came to pass, when he had made an end of speaking unto Saul that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David,. and Jonathian loved him as his own soul", taking the brotherly love of the-two young men, at a time when Jonathan's father, Saul, the King, wished to/slay David because of his displeasure in him, as the -type of true brotherly love that should permeate all fraternal organizations. Mr. Cameron extended a Very earnest and warm welcome to tlie order, which he said "represented true brotherly love and true manhood, because they recognized the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of Jesus Christ, and bepause of what the .order Imd accPJnJIished in the relief of suiierers and'� the uplift of mankind. He made a plea that those present should endeavor to make the remaining six: years of their first century of existence even inorc glorious, and carry their flag to higher achievements than have been done in the past, as they had ever increasing responsibility, and daify numerous tasks to perform for their feUo^v-man. 'Taking the relation between Jonathan arid David a.�! an exaimple of fraternity, Mr. Cameron pointed out some of the essential features of this relation. . First, he said, there must be friendship, and friendshig, is the key to character. 'Although Jonathan' and IS The Big Two Reel Sensation *The Sergeant's Secret' The Featui^e you have waited for TO-NIGHT (.:-) TO-NIGHT . The Classiest Entertainers Ever Heard Here PARISI and MAGINE The Rag Time Harpist The Boy Caruso Many Prominent Students of International Law Favor Repeal of Panama Canal Tolls Act . Washington, April 26.-Both in set speeches arid discussion, speakers at today's meeting of the American Society of Intsmational Law, maln'tain-ed that the UUnited States was under a moral as well as international obligation to' submiit the Panama Can-David had. vastly different characters ' al tolls cohtroversy to arbitration. It their. friendship gave each the -^^.as held'ibyseverar of the speakers $30,000 FIRE m WINNIPEG Winnipeg, April 28.-Fire staiitlng at B'50 yesterday ipornlng, and burning until nearly noon, nearly totally destroyed, the Warehouse, and �contents of the Continental Oll.Co.,.on,Morgan a,venue, Elmwood. l^ho loss is $30,-000, fully covered by insurance. Thomas .Jackson & Sons, building-supply stores, adjoining th& oil warehouse on the oast was also destroyed with a los� Of $3,000, no Insurance. key to tlie other's character, and they understood, and were friends, Jonathan was a most attractive young man, and had a wonderful capacity for loving, and David, while differing in personality, was faithful, noble, and heroic, and this was.what a.opealed' to Jonathan, through the friendship which followed, Jonathan, who was a keen lover of right, and who "delighted much in David" and could not bear to see him slain by Saul when he Jiad done nothing amiss,was able to save him. Mr. Cameron cited Abraham Lincoln as a man with immense capacity for friendship and attributed his success as a statesman to this part of his make-uj), especially his love for those in bondage. "If _he had flpt been a friend of the slaves, he would have had no'desire to set ihem free, and in speakjng to you as a fraternal organization I want to impress upon yod that friendship is one. of the basic principles of fraternity, and the continuance of the good jvo'rk oE your organization, don't forget this essential," said Mr, Cameron. The.second necessity for real bro- IT IS PERILOUS TO NEGLECT A COUGHORCOLD It^aows the ,seed for, pneumonia or consumption, i D9n*t trifle with syrups llijdribstrums; take Sctiti!* Em^bion^ffh^chcStii:iive\y. tirivins out cold$ and'hiiilda AtkfKrasil INSISTm SCQTTS. Scott