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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i DECEMBER 1913 THE LBTHBRIDGE -Y HERALD PAGE HERE TO-NIGHT THE SENSATION OF PICTUREDOM HERE TO-NIGHT Theatre at 6.45 p.m. 1st Performance Starts 7 p.m. Promptly 3 Reels of Enchantment A Beautiful Love Story The Heart Of Kathleen OR IRELAND'S STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY An Intensely Interesting Photoplay With a Real Plot Also a Rollicking Keystone Comedy OF PRAYER CO-OPERATE WIO- C OF A MO AN- NOUNCED .Local will tlart tba Xew -with a week oL to com- mence on the nlent of January 5, at Vettey church, continued throughout at the different churches. A icetEne Ihe ministers Interested faeli this morning In tho vestry f KDOX church, and the followlag rosraramo adopted: night, at Wesley hall, oung people's rally. Subject, "Christ nd the speakers, Mr. J. P. and Rev. II. E. Grsen.: Tuesday night it St. eabject "Chrht and -tie apwikiprsj Dr. Hlvers and Rev. H. Cobbledick, of Wesley church. nijht, at Knoi church. ibjecl, "Chritt and the Bakers, H. H. Cragg and Rer. J. B. rancii. Thursday night at Wetbniattev 'elhodfct churci, subject' "Christ Jul apeakert, Mr. T. W. and Rev. D, Roas, ot the irst Baptist church.' Friday 'night, at the Baptht :iurch; subject' "Chriri and. the Mr. A. J. Irving id Rev. J.-rf. Pttfcet. On Sitcrtay nljht the mealing will the form of a (e'aeral review of e Veek> work, and Trill ia led by L There will be 1 :lal provided by al! _T- of the afMxiated ch -'choir rendering, a special aura- i i. A coti action to be at ch serrice, the.iurplas over expen-_ 'i to ie derated to the Nursing Mii- ilmllar week conducted last proved. benefit to i.'woo WHAT THE PHE3S AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS MlMOuri.GIrT' Comlnjj j The character of "Zeke ihe country boy In "The Missouri IB j one ol unltjue conception; Among Ihe: many Impersonations, of" the .rural lypen offered to'the thealre-solng pub- lic, there are but-few limited cases where the. author has even attempted to portray this Interesting character as he Is seen. In real life.. The atase character of the farmer Is to thoroughly. Jmpreised on our mlndB that It is alnoet impossible for us to imagine a mini play without the i ImpMBtMe characters, that 'are in rainy cases a "serious to in otherwise good "Zeke" as pi aye J by'the droli com- adltn, Mr. Joe Bush, SB a true portrayal of an honest, bright, COUQ- try boy; dialect and -actions arc both peculiar and droll and he says and does what IB natural. When in city he makes ludicrous mistakes home of the best. This great produc- tion of the Kalem Co. is particularly r.otablc for the high standard of the acting and appropriate scenic and abounds vIUi thrilling and keenly exciting Incidents. Anything more -re- alistic than the great tight between the fanners and the Toxan gunmen, led by "Tlie In which they make use of a nioreablo barricade, and the highly dramatic rusli of the villagers to tho assistance ot the de- feeders, has never: before been pro- duced ID the picture world. It la em- phatically a play that everybody should Fee, it blng a real cracker Jack, Pathe's great Weekly has -anmong many particularly interesting events depicted, a specially the great Panama Canal, tlieso views having been accepted 'by the United States government as official records of this'stupendous "Mr. Jefferson Green.11 is a scream. and his Idea of "city folks" and thelM18 "expert physicians" sure cure his remarks he makes about- 'Ihera- ire aziness.' 'The enforcement of the mayor's law against flirting in "C'pra- irlsing Complications" Is full of' uatlons that provide much merriment. Coming.EOOD. (ho Seltg masterpiece ''ThQ-Ne'er-to-Relurn in.' two 'nil reels of heart-interesting LOSES BEST KNOWN CITIZEN Grimsby, Dec; kaown and; most generally. (_--.'- citizen of Grlmiiy died this 'ernooo is the person of Mr. John F Van Dyke, in his 65th year. ''_ if 'Uia'yuf quarter' century Van Dyke kept the wheels of in- -T In the At n money was vcarce and' labor a on the market furnU'nad lly fihe sole "employment upon Ich the general livelihood the nmuoity depended.' extremely comical, but at the lime true toJjfe. "The Mlisouri Olrr.vlll be seen at the Majeatic on Saturday, Dec. 3Bth. Seats on. sale at Kenny: -it AHin's Drug-Book Store. At-the Sherman The vaudeville.'for the first half of the vetic is not up to" the usual stand- rd, none acts for any peclal mention. Delphlne Warner the bill'anil', whtie having voice, hats liouthe art of get- log In touch Tolang are only.fair, the only effort, calling. applause being drum which "d tally reflect" credit on thc' Watte A Lucas employ ies in their ffforts lo'.entertain.-The atle Has "a" very deep bass 'oice but. Is weak_ In' phrasing I ictlon. School. Ac't" I st "one (very ilmilar to that here the liiFt reek, and Is perhaps tho belt of the acts; the quartette Is very weU'rtadcred and the buck dKhc'frig ty one.mernhtr of'adds o the act. The picture program i3 an excellent one .usual of t Hgh ctauclard for v.iilch the houie DipWeria 'here It. taw of than MH yranatcd, ne ey the ottur with i froim colds, brocAltif, catarrli, hold ifereus aJtcaMU, tf put yonr syawwi Into tthy condition to re CHlre Oil Eraulilon prodvcc lubfftaDoai .which t. 'growth. of, dlseMe ieraw In 1, thus putUoc UM Idto 'thy c creation 4U a01p you to f et well asd stroni tt bare aay of above df T diseaMt. H fc food for n Jui't at thlt MMOK of lo mikfti UNM .rnttt a-llraants. 1 'B to hi T ioeriKSUcrt ta-tUcill Olive Oil tie four iTntalni are by jwdlnf "ptiys everywhere in detrlllty, i ii and ItobllEty to tflMaje to the n err w. Purest oae of the diffexted footfi known, being wltfa hrpophMphltn, given tUtiie nourlaiiment through Cba vd to the entire system'. DU who are weak and run-down H. au who appfirentlr well nuw, lUfcle to buffer from various ilimeotii, use 'f Oil ErauWIon.lo get and keep itronr. For the tired-out irn, ntrroui, emaciated or groiring (t la a sensible 'o ilreasth, better splills J- health. II Oil king o ,_Klft.m from of you ant tJly. Pleaiant taiflng, conlafn or dangerous druRi, roy'l about It AS we are you have noted strengthen nrlgoratlng, disffiic- does not help wr. money will bo given lo Itfiont Sold in thi' unlljr .OTly. at .our Thi. Store -one. of. more than ig In L'nltet Britain. i, IMginbothtm Co., Ud., Jru .No better picture: tag 0 exhibited In this city than the tpleftdld three-reel feature, "The which Will tie.Bjiorvn for the ait time today at this comfortable at the Bljotr Wedneiday.- Thursday The slory relates to life in the-pr'inyj ilive ages, 'when might _was .right, when romance played'very'Iitile-part in the mating ot- man- and woman J One" had ripened "to blushing maide'nhood, and aB 'she sa.w the sim: pie smile of'youUi fade into the libs'- or. felt' "earap- >j "little had become be- witched'by the charms-of "Pretty wooed her and brougbl'her'gUfe of game an'd skins. She 'accepted Tii pleasantries and his gifts, b'u't'coque't- tlshly refused .to- "Great had "Pretty and as ho Man" and "Pretty In the -wood- land, he upon them and ruth- lesfllytoasea aside, wtio threats vengeance, yet.realising that he caa- not malch his strength against "Greal One." Smiling at .the-torrent-of rage of "Little he HtU "Pretty in his arms and carries her to bis-cave "Pretty submisBKe to the strong domineering demeanor 01 "Great becomes his mate. The scene changes to modem times the IhrM personalities themselves In tlie form of a woman remendo-jsly Impressed by the trength and ol a common iew- r.dlgger, and loved by a map ot cul- ure: and wealth. The laborer uses he primitive methods of "fireat rind 60 strongly the woman with his strength that he almost 'rrEne But might xio-longer is right, and tbe" "modern womap, assorting her to mate with whom ehe pleases, accepts the "Little leaving the Great1 One" to ponder at the great Change. In'toclal conditions of the world since the 'primitive period. Double Comedy' .Programme at the Bljo'ii -Tonight Without a shadow of a doubt the :UDnlett ftlui In-tlie land -.vas eihibH- ed at the popular Bijou laeL night, and again -be showa tonight, "The Robbery." Mai Ashcri the great .German.cpme'dlnD, is starred in this feature, and IB supported by a eery capable company of fun makers. Suffice'tb'sfty, that'll kept the house n spasms of laughter all the time, Tbe Animated Weekly was up to Among the many Vas'the departure of'.the thliieeutii White HO-JBC bride, Mrs., Say for her''honey moon trip to. Rival a" Is artery pretty juv- enile comedy, featuring the two clev- erest child" actors and Mattie, of the'POTrcrs Stoc-V Co 'The lody'Beaumorit." by ttijc a drama fiiUy tip to the standard, 'and was much" appreciated ihc het Battle-of "Waterloo" The.greatest opecta.cle" 6' tto shqfwn. at. the theatre beautiful, 'The Battle of Wat in fo-jr Teels.- This production was lo be historic, and certain ly.-Tt comprehensive In every detail, If'shows cleaHy the battle tha finally Vulrninated in the overwhelm of.the great. Napoleon. Correctness In the smallest detal Is the keynote and for this reason Iti lifted above the mere fjlm of excite menl-'and thrill (though. It does no lack becomei a source o education. 'for the make it point to see this most wonderful hat tie pic lure. 24 Vest Buttons Were Picked Up From the Floor of the BIJOU This Morning The audience laughed till their tidei shook. Everybody left with a imile declaring "Great Towel Robbery" the Funniest Film Yet The Honor of Lad Beaumont ANIMATED WEEKLY Tl- of COST OF L. E. STANDEFER OF WETA8KI- WIN MAKES SUGGESTIONS AS TO ASSISTANCE IN LIVE- STOCK DEVELOPMENT (Winnipeg Free Press) The Alberta GoTeraraent could bu> 20.000 COWB and distribute them to the In outlying districts, along the foothills, rivers and lakes where there is a vast amount of graz- ing land and abundance of Tnest could be distributed in lots of 10 each at prices ranging about per head, to ruu lor seven years at S per cent interest. This stock coald all be branded with a govv'rnmenl brand and be under the supervlsior of a government man located so that he could Icok over the .'stock each month. This could be.handled i very satisfactory' manner, It woulre under the axe, 'which will In the way of a vcHe on tho first Monday in January, 1914, and as the result seventy two inunlclpatHka throughout the province.are engaged In a tiot fight for temperance.- The Ontario branch ot the Dominion Al- liance is making big efforts to abol- ish the barroom. being aid- ed this year by .the Onttriq Young Manhood asEOclalloa. Three big attacks are being made; In Ste. Marie, IJarrle .Co- bourg. In the Soo there are fourteen niM, with a population of There are eleven 'llceniej In Barfti, population .6420, and twelve licenses with a population of 5574. The town ol, Napanee is iTso' lieinK there aro eiiht censeg there. TUNNEL WORKMEN HAVE FOUND COLO .DURING WORK ON ROGERS PASS Vancouver, Dec. an ex- citement has caused rail- nay workers1 al Roger's Fast by the discovery of traces of gold In the rock bnlng blasted for tie' entrance of the new CXI'.n. tunnel. Assays obtained in Vancouver show that the rock so far found Is not sufficiently valuable lo justify smelting. WfLL NOT TflY FOR THIRD TERM Ont., Dee. Ora- ham tonight sasoMfsd-si a "home pro.dtfcts" bar.quet attended by 600 binlness men And oltiftrs In tho new Majonli Temple, le would not candidate fof a third term. Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT, Tuesday and Wednesday Kelly's 7 Kappy Youngsters In "CHILDHOOD MEMORIES" Delpbine Warner CHARMING CHARACTER COMEDIENNE Watts Luou NOVELTY DANCERS The Musical Tolans 1700 OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOUR OF THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS THE BEST PROGRAM BY FAR IN THE CITY MATINEE: Diily at 2.30 p.m. PrlcM 15c and Nljhl Chlldmi 26c; AdulU 35c. I TWO 'DISTINCT PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY Last Time Empress To-day EXTRA SPEC- IAL THREE REEL FEA- Time THE INVADERS A PICTURE WITH A PUNCH PATHE'S WEEK- LY OTHER GOOD THINGS Hontehotd Economy Haro Sjrup and Sarc Cough As a rule, contain Urge quantity ol ptiln syrup. If you taV_ tuo cups of granulated iugar, add oni cup of Tuarm writer and sllr about 2-mln- KYA As food aa rnonsy It you will then pul 2H ounces of {59 cents' worth} In a IE-ounce bottle, and flll It up with the Sugar Syrup, you v.1il have ts much syrup you could ES A niost valuable' hot bever- age forcold weather. Oxo fortifies the system against cold. A Cube to Cup. __. readjr mida for IJ-SO. Tt per- fectly. Any .housewifa..ctn .eftEJIy pare it In minute'f, And yo'J trill find It {ha cough >oa In whooping; Alberta he worth In ten Vou can fee) It itops Sevtra cough in 24 hours. It Is Just laxallve a Kood tonic effect, a'nJ lasio la pleasant, Take a tcfipoonfut every one, two or It la a cough, croup, hoftrscnesJ, aslhma, cheat etc. PI tics' Is the most valuable con.-en 1 ra- ted compound of N'orway irhlfe pine (tact, rich In suafacd'and all thn pine (lemenis, No other will worlt In this formula. recipe for making cough remedy wilfi Plnet Sujcar Ryrup Is row used prized In thoumnds of hornea In ed, but The Unitfil Slttes fully. A iruAranty ot absoluteSallafacifon or money refundrd noes n-lih tfila recipe, if iha genuine Pfncx Is Your Tir.tx, or will H f-r you, If you hlr Co., Tcrouio, if not, ttnd he only realtzes }10 per -hcai! clear profit, figuring a low "estimation on feeding basis, selling' his gram at and if he fed 100 head he would liave a thousand dollars, which he would, not have at the "pretent state of affairs. It twenty within a radius of 10, of.. the towns on the railway Iwtweea .Ctltary ind Edmonton, KB an Illuotrmtiop, were to feed '100 Vouid leave to every town along the line. There is enough "hay go'lng to waate every year and 'sold at low prices from Canlatrs Lo Edmonton-to fcsd this number o( cattle. Natural Retcurcti Thts Is the chief natural resource or the country, for the cattle industry in small bunches could be handled as far north as Fort Vermilllon. The gov- einment would "not feel.the burden "of this expendtture and by thus encour- aging the cattle industry It would makfe one of the wealthiest provinces all the Dominion of Canada and could proTide beef enough supply the Dominion. This would reduce the cost cf living so that the laboring man could have hts beefsteak and U would not lake his entire day's pay to buy tho same. It seems about ttme'fpr move to be made on behalf.of the peo- ple of Alberta. CXtsilc to Come, This is just roughly written. I have not Into alt the minor details which could worked out, ThU would build up the live stock In- dustry of Alberta, Take'the hogs and cattle out of Iowa and Illinois and what wo'uld.her farms be worth In tan and put tho into Alberta, mentioned above, and what weriild The writer has been ID the cattle for tho last twelve ycara in Alb aria and has been In every town In the province of aoy slzs during that tiir.e and has had a.fair chance to observe the condition o( the for To go further with H, the govern- ment could secure at pres- ent time so KB to sell the a nlco team of mares weighing' abcwt HOOlbs. each, for of which would Increase the to thb tomwleader and rotlie >iU Ore outlar 'This would 'assure him that he "wag nuking no i _ by taking up such landi, and inateacl ol the government granting tach a