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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L ETH BRIDGE- HERALD PAGE WHAT.THE AOINTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS Ljou Thcitre ''MztJng" is ilrocR itory by Wallace, following the of "The Sloty of Adam." and dating back to pre- historic days. We xee the man bis Jiifeky intte by sheer force of brute wrwttns from the lltUft happened to tie jime eterar.j- portrayed by Matt Moore, John C. Brownell, ay- p. later reincarnation. tbe strong uu the pick And the UUlf man It a profeMor. This 'ky of his meatillly, :ho man the girl. The picture interest and itJre up tWhJtht. It IK a commepdable two reel offering. Runner" ii a great comedy, Imply teeming wltfc laughable illua- tioni, QOT friend is toheduled to "win marathon. Bflny a lie and arrlvet an hour late. 'A imill niatlpr of -aa hour Or no difference. and .when lie a gralty girl oc the road, he to make love and even nurrlea Tnls all Ume, but still bo .wins. he Is some run- ner, PofiBibly.'he didn't jet out ot bed at all to win the race, but in any ewe you vlll Iftujh. -WblEe tbe CJiildren Slept" It a liramt of great interest that you will enjoy. Viiit'the Bjjo'u; alwayg wolle. A Grtat Human Irttirett Drama al atari and George Sheldon, a plain mtu of the Middle West, Jiears ef a rlth soitl strike in Ihe Hills, and deter- mtneg to Join a 'wagon traJn of pros- tort, with his family. Daisy, his e, shrinks from the Idea of taking ir two children.' Billy and'little SBlrna. Into the- wilds. In her distress she calls her husband's brother to dissuade George from Joining the prospectors. Ho does s best, but (ieorge will uot listen. icdieJi guides mislead them In Uie deserts, they are loci; and the .water supply U almost go'n'e. Half orazed with thirst, each family Is allolcd a scAnl cupful daily, lie who lakes more belnj punishable -with death. George Sheldon is caught stealing 'water; tlie first time he is acqulltod. but on second offence, the prospectors draw lots to "decide who shall "boot him. Tlie number falis to Jim. lie leads bis brother awar out or sight of the camp. "Co. aud never show your face ?g- ain. If you come I sTiall have lo kill you." One by one the emigrants die Sheldon among them. Prom the liill, the Boating faces ,of Indians, peering over Uie rocks, "vatch them perish. Tiie handful left wanders, half delirious, Becking some water staggering along. lit- tle Selraa In hlg arms, and nlllj- trail- ing -weakly after, over the burning alkali. American troopers, seeing the flames of the wagon hain which the Indians arc looting, come to tbe res- cue of Jim and Selma; but Billy, meanwhile, has fallen behind, gone astray. HU cries Orlns George Shel- don rushing from the spring he. iias found. Scarcely are father and Eon reunited when tbe Indians aurround I kiting George, and taklne the boy Cipllre. Billy Is adopted by the chief and a leader of the Irlbj. How tbe boy lii.Js hi. people ur.cle and his Hltlo sister tow he defends the American fort from Ills concludes rJtU stirring romance of tho gold seekers. "Schmilz Uie Tailoi-" is a Keystone, and may be truly classed as one of the funniest comedies shown In the cl'.y for Eome time. Pleasure at the Emprtis The programme provided for the amusement of ihe patroLS ot the Km- press today and tomorrow is one that for variety In 'subject, and beauty o! photography will commend Itself lo tlie most critical. "The Senator's Dishonor." a powerful dramatic pro- duction the Kalera Co. features those popular favorites. Alice Joyce and Thomas .Moore in characters that fit them like a glove. That standard 'favorite of tlie fre- quenters of photo-play houses. Palhe's Weekly win also be exhibited, this week's being an especially interesting number. .Icghie 5IacV In "Two's Company, Three's In which Biaks turns the tables and puts- the Joke on Binglea. He gets tbe girl ana Blngles gets the laugh In a way. rjiat will create smiles In aJ! who it. A very beautiful scenic picture, "Street Scenes' In 'anil "The .Misunderstood Roy" complete a very enjoyable programme. Coming, "The Ne'er-lo-Retura Road" Relig masterpiece in two reels of Intense -human interest. MIXED FARMING PAYS THIS RETLAW FARMER Reilaw, Dec, have been placed ia tbe (ollo'-ring houses on route No. 1, coanetUnR witU Jiellaw, during the past week H. lludlieW, W. 10- 3-J7. K. A. Evcritl, S. VT. 10-13- 17. R-lOi-C: ff. Haatttjt, ti'. K. 4- 13-17. nomey, S. W. 3-13-17. T. in Railaw. .R-iOT-Rellav- Trading in Rtt- R-IU9-RethiT. Livery nm, tm RM- R'lC9-Wm. .in .'K-ili-O. K. Reltaw. R-112-G. v. 1'odall, in Reilnw. R-l Hardware Co., in taK Im R-I Hardware Co., in fftlaw. bo.you can-talk to us now. JJie Farmers' bp-operatire fifeva- >r Alberta r'acific Blerator o., and the National Elevator Co. e.all taking' in grain and. ale all rsy every' day. The Ogllvie ir Co. will be ready by the 3Snd. Coulter shipped twelve cats on lasl, makkj 42 ILING WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE of Lif and How Nora 'refTerioc badly with .wkat thi doctors of Lift. that I hid to stay i 3cme cars shipped from herf since S'ovem- ber 28th, or in less than in days, and there still wheat waiting for cars to ioad as many more. The three, cents per bushel extra charge over the new track-has beea removed, :is the line has been taken over by the operative department., Kegular trams will now be Mri. .E. A- rtveriU and soa. Lee, ielt Taber on Ihe Flyer on Tuesday raoraing last tor >I6wa, to spend -the holidayE-and about eight weeks visit- ing friends at'their'old home" In north-west Iowa. .We bate two -restaurants now and two hoarding houses. All are'Iull'all the time, and still'.we need iriore. Tbe basement arid foundation (or .the new hotH is nearly dp'ne. 'it is'to be 34 x 80. three storeys hiirh above baseroeit. This'will not he fin- ished before February 1st. but will aoon be to liimlJh sleeping room.- E. A.'Oerilt took" in to Taber two wajoo loMh of chickens and tHrkejs and sold .them to J. B. Jett A Co. (or cish.' They brought him two hundred dollars.' this r is not hall of what he has sold during 1913; besides he'his made a' big mcreaae in his flock.--II seems mived (arming pays. We presume others have done even belter' than this, but It B doing well. j Toe well drillers aie at Ermsr Domeys aod are starling in to a good supply ol good' water. The Middle West 'Lumber Co. is handling the Bow 'City roall tlie Na- tional Klevator Co.'is selling the coal. There is room for son-.e- to sell the Talier coal. Let's'get Some people, seem to think Uetlaw will nerer cut much" ice as a good, wide-awake town. .Inil wait and sec. .Only you will be sorry you waited, i____ are to cccct a Farmeis' elevator at this place in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Orr visited Mr. and Sirs. J. S.- McBrayne last Sun- day. Alfred Goodwio has juEt fin- ished a new on Ins place east ol tlie work being done or En- lr. ani Mrs. Kred for Minneapolis iad other point vr-Ut tor a trip. It is reported that in the near'fu- ture gur inail lo'Lost will come via Itetliw. We only hope'this' is true, for umlcr ihc pr'ecent arranged roenls via Bon- City it is 'very un- satisfactory on account 61 the cross- Ing of. the liter at that point being sometimes impassable. IN IHE LIVESTOCK Figures Compiled at Ottawa Offer Reasons for High of Living Ottawa, Dec. 15.-The failure of tbe production of dairy product ajad live stock to keep pace with growth oi population in Canada is given as one of the reasons for tbe present high of living and an examination of tbe reports ot such production shows how true this is: The population of Canada ic June, 1911, was found to be In tbe last two years and a half fully a million immigrants have entered the-Dominion. Add to this the na- tural increase in population ot say and Canada's population is now approximately The population is' increasing much faster than ever- before in the history ot the country, due both to the immigration and the stopping of the serious exo- dus ot former years lo the United States. LIVE STOCK PRODUCTION LESS The live stock industry, on the other of the main- sources of Uie food de- clined. The number ol milch cows in Canada in'1908" was' In 1912 it was Similar- ly the number ol sheep decreased from to while Ihe' number ol swir.e showed a still greater lo The production.ol beans iell in the saijie tour years'from els .The yield .of .corn dropped from bushel's-to The. pdtito was 000' bushels in this year es- imaied bushels in sp'ite'ql an incr'eaEe in the populj- a million1 and 'three-quarters in-tie .five yield of tur- pips in the aame ,n, J0 hay aod lois.to'only tons. BUTtEH AND CHEESK FIGURES aTailable on. tbe production 'ol and cheese show 1'JOf to'E19lO while there was an increase, in-tbe: factory-maJe to an ac- ;tual-'decline, tnllie cBetse production j M5 pounds.VThe number pi butter ud cheese, factories but'sjigtitly Iccreaaed 'in .There '.has been in the last considernble .iicreasc in LOHDON BISHOP'S OHALLENOE TAKEN butter "made on" the (arm' ia the wes- tern provinces, where the butter atJ cheesed factories are not. so numecnus as in the east. There are no figures however, tut. New people arc-coming ererj day: building-is on sitb a we cap't help byt grow. I tvUe Compound and lit rwlptd me from Ant It M the medicine I took that dH help 'rncandl recommend know now tiwikfal and I I yoa )M SIMON Doucem, Co., Scotia, flynpfMM M MMC n E1VCHANT et >vil, timidity, In the eira, of _i, 'ipirfr before' the eyef, irrcpj- tnd anddrninetfl, pnnptlf heeded by.intelKjentwo- are ptrlod in may ttani'i Com- (nrifofatrt am) the Miwrini and Midi op rk e ijitm. It earried i itfelythronfh (Hi crisis. Knohant, Alta Bi- taifcn ar.d a parlv ol neljhbots have just returned from a proving up trip to 0. A. leaves iu a lew days (or Mi old hor.ie at la., to to nfxnd the. holldirs lad'ilsil his mother. Opniinj seera to be in order at present; one at Retlaw, where the new datice hall and roller iiatlng rinlc is tu be thtown opm to HIP. public. Another at Dow City In Ike new hoiel-which.fi rapidly r.earin'g com- pletion; thil hotel will be i credit fo the new town on .the HUer. Mr.-Dillon expectn to open hfs somewhore about the holidays. Tbe Hoterneaii Dtaniatic. club pre- sent the play, "All a MtcUlte" to- night in Charter's nail, jt Hojemead. of the lumen'in this vicinity laving advantage ot tlw fine wea- ther and roads to haul coal' !rom Bow City, and sraifi to Hetlaw. Mr.- Quitiscy, vice-president ol the jive lalk on'cooperation in the large lay Dr. Ingram CjlleJ to Prove fn Gamiia Condon. Dec. Blsnop .of Ixindon, Iho. Right.liev. Dr. Ingram, In a speech at a. purity meeting on Sunday, raid he believed'he was as lit os any man of his years, fifty-Iive, and could "take on any'of them .of the same age at any. game they car'eii to plaj-." Dr.'Ingram Colonel Caraaney, fifli'-five, "arid married, has accepted the. challenge and offered today to meet the Bishop at any of tho games of his own choon- ing. If he will undertake to meet Col. Camaney at three of the lat- ler'a choosing. Tho Bishop is an adept at lawn ten- nis, golf, cycling and'fives. Colonel' Camaney Is proficient .in lards and other.games.. The Bishop is. considering the challenge. Canada Cement Company, has started to operate a new mill at Mont- real ftllh a capacity o'f barrets a day. em Canada. With aconitint increase iirfr'e 'number of rnikh cows' in tbe west as the settlement of the coun- try proceeds, E. rillaaai {evut- on :n i 1 1) Ijn, IVH will; liiic by farmers to a tar rut nt amrernl a at Losi Lake hall last t'rid Mf hi jriiiht. The Lost liake local AND DEVELOPS ;AT ANY ACK llj Dntfi akdwlfe xhtvni it alwa Mart dwfM wftk nt Mi DM timun earrta Mn hi TiktScofl'tErmiiffonWl JV-UJ_________________________ Jo-day BIJOU THEATRE To-morrow "Some Runner" He races, his friend backs him. He over- sleeps, the oOwr fellows get started first. A prcfly girl appears, lie falls in love and marries her and still he wins. How does he tlo if? It's in the picture. .Some runner and some comedy too. "Mating" Mmn irul Wcmtn In Prehlrtorlc Olyi Mljht right, but now intelltet mlct. 'While the Children Slept' A Orami of Heart IntirMt. WATCH FOR THK "BATTLE OF WATERLOO" TODAY TODAY "THE REAPING" Also A Keystone Comedy put to by prlvitlcna IIK) R Paris, Dec. police acd of- ficials of the give fu31 cred- ence -to VJncenzo itory the theft of the "Moaa Lisa." The authorities have closely examined all Ihe details and ijoLliIng to cast doubt on Perugia's narrative. Sej-mour dev Ricco, an artiet, de- scribed today th'p 'oxreiiments m'ade immediately after the "JTona LiBa" i Jlolen. A dummy picture of the aa in e E Lzc and weight, from thirty- five to forty the frame, ivas etalfy poltco.of- ficer, who-had no experience in hand- Hog pictures, and who carried It twenty yards to the staircase where the frame ivas found. Tbe operation required leas lhan oae minute. Another official, accustom- ed to Iriiitportiiig pictures, did tho lame thlnr ia Lweaty secontlB. It has .been proved, that Perugia, 'ihe Lies" some time before theft. The without its frame IB about 2t inches w.ide-by 3D inches! high, and weighs vf jv'e: pounds. The painting oa wood is less thao an inch Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT, Kelly'. 7 Happy Youngsters In "CHILDHOOD Delpkioe Warner CHARMING CHARACTIR COMEDIENNE Watts Lucas NOVELTY The Musical Tolans 1TOO tbi. OF MUSICAL FOUR W THE BtST PHOTOPtAYS THC MOCRAM iY FAR IN CUTY MATINiC: DUl'r lae.fjB. PricM 1Sc AMI. TWO wrrtrtcr NIOHTLY Kegina, Sulc., Dec: sensa- tion was'Caused loday by the state- ment that the "pure miiy sold un- der a'city guarantee 'for habi-s nl thr, poor came from-cova infected' with Huberculosis: Provincial goremment to show the decrease in -the produc- tests resulted in showing that many lion' of 'butler on the farm in East- ol the co'ws were suffering from ttie reduction in the total number cows in the country, as sliowb' above, it is quite clear (hat there'has been a con- siderable' detiease-iii Jthi. number ol milch cows in the eastern provinces, and therefore a decrease in the pro- duction of hutter on' the' farm. The large increase in M production ot butter by the creameries is due to the scarcity o! farm help, which obliges tlie farmers to get rid ot tlie milk in-the easiest way. CANNOT- MEET 'DOMESTIC DEMAND Canada's inability lo .meet the do- mestic demand foi butter is shown by-the.fact that not'-.only has the export to Britain entirely ceased, but the country is importing great quan- tities. In 1H10 the buttw imports totalled for the year ending March SUt'last they to- talled Its. 01 this 022 IDE. came from New Zealand and Ibs. If am. the United States. The importation of also grew from Its. in 1910 to: Us. lor the last fiscal year, i This includes, however, special btands'' not made here. CanaxMan' cheese exports fell oil from 189 mil- lion pounds la 1908 to-165 million pounds last year. OTHER CAUSK Of INCREASED COSTS. Two other causes tut have helped to send up tfie price of dairy pro- tf are the IncfeiUnl production ofi condensed mltk and cream lor the' railway anil consirictkm all i acron Ihe contioent, whernt for a Buipto of both In the bope of tHOSof ray omen which" were very painful. wMhiag mj well ttie Cuticura I nibbed the Cmleura Olnlmrnl all Qndi and wore, gloves lo proYtnt the OInttntnt froa Mng off, tlKn again In waited my bmiU with the Cutkiira Soap. The1 Cotfcara SDM and Ofnlmmt had a ittctlni effect and afur uiinf them for a ihort while I wu prbed to ffd flngen'mixb htt mro arid baglanlnff to a niore appear- had grown under the old r.alU dbappnred and tben ixw sttoag naflfl fomed. ThlR trouble had about months before Cutlcure Soap and Ointment yet after lurng for three Boclhs tny finger r.alEs bad grown j aadcotaplafatriad entirelyfCBe.''. Brckrord. Oct. U. CuHciira 9oap and CaUeura Ojnt mewt are Mid by drugjm' aw dfalen A aingie stt U often For a Hbenl farapM of neb, wltb booK-, tnd poof-card to Totter Drug it ClMB, ;