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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913 THK LETHUKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE D O 5 Every Man, Woman and Child in Lethbridge should see the At The BIJOU Monday and Tuesday 2 p.m. till 5 p.m. 7 p.m. till 11 p.m. 2 o G Today BIJOU THEATRE Today THE EVIL POWER A powerful drama based on the White Slave Traffic An Unexpected Meeting Hubby feigns sickness to 30 to the beach. AccidenUy he meets a couple of ni'ce girls and strolls Into the arms of his wife- Something do- J.gucss. Bink Advertises1 For a Wife He a Udy and she looks good to Binke, but connections are not made. There is some fun the main thing. FIRTH t'.'BE WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO. SAY OF THEIR SHOWS "Ths Missouri Girl" at the Majestic Tonight "Tho Missouri Girl" has broken re- for large business in every the- atre, where return engagements have flaking ot a been, played. Thisshould be a suaran- case In this tee the shotv is alright. The claim Jim 'Blake, that it .is tlic.-best domestic comedy ever written lias.never been disputed, ami a capacity audience will doubt- 1 less. greet the performers on their return visit here "tonight. Scats are iibw selling at Kenny Ailln'a Drug-- Ilpjffe Store. Prices 25, 50, 75 ami Last Day of Mystery Play at .SUrtand Tlie Van Warden Jewels at Star- Jand is well done on a moving net' i film. It is very effective because the contrast which crime offers when Eaudvlched in among the every'ilny actions of society people. As a play It (s dramatic ami well-bred; Hastings, an unprincipled adventur- er, makes tlie acquaintance of tlie Vaii} his- way into tlie graces of Mr. Frederick Van large sums from ,Phil Vaii Warden, "liis announces himself a matrimonial candidate for tijc of Marietta, secretly engaged to i liuF, a clever young-reporter i taste for detective work, "i 'Itr invited, i to spend, "a end nt- the. Van house. Shortly after .-his 'arrival-u messenger from, .a TV ell- I known Jeweler brings to the bouso Warden have.been Hastings, "find- ing little chance of winning'the girl, determines to secure them. There is ail alarm of is hurt- hind in itic confusion' (lie rubies dis- Phil Van is Shilling in the honing lo set 'money from his caught nn- ijer suspicious circumstances. His [rather, thoroughly incensed, accuses him" of Hip theft and disowns him. 1s, How1 Ted Rollins captures the thicl oes to make. Ihla a, .clever mystery -Play. a girl-matures spont developing and acquiring; womanly responsibilities. Again .she lays tjuerlle tu mlml, selfish and frivolous, seldom homeless. "The flaking of a Wommiy. dramatizes the a ranchman, marries Gladys, a j-.retly but and shallow girl from Hie vity. lluncli life s top dull" for her. They quarrel and Gladys; lo get even, runs away. She got loit in the woods and is found by lied- Uolan. an. who lakes, her to shanty, -whdre she nurses his sick child. After a iony hunt finds he.-. Sue lias', bcoii love may really mean and re- turns with her husband. "Hilly Dodges mils" _ is it rollicking preseit a most spectacular act and tbe rendition of the various song numbers introduced is sure" to evoke licai ty applause. IxnvrEe I'rinco are boy mid girl who possess a nalnra gift of entertaining, aud'introduce as aslng a performance as could desired. The Uostoman Harmon} Four complete a [iretrain that tin management especially commend Jo the approval of the theatre-going pub- lic. CVrie" Matinees daily at Prices 1.5 und.lQc.-. Two perlonnaiices nighi at 7 9. Prices 25 and Excellent Programme at the Bijou Keystone comedy designed just make Comedy nrc'loirjinatcs1 the "Bijo Conference of Centre Party to Result in a Clash With the Government of Russia (o ioulght. "The Unexpected by the Lnior Co.; is a laugh-'ami a gpod one, too. Hubby takes a notion to go off for a little time to the sea- fiibre; He fixes "a doctor of. his declare to: his "wife a tril' to'the mountains', is Yhe only tiling that Ms life. H- starts for mountains, but. at a. con- and place dons slad tbe.EeaBbore. -Kv- ery thing "Is ".lovely: "lie meets'a'nice I little-girlie, and'has a great time 111] Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL HALL 80RCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS KATKRYN As in CAMERON THc Missouri Girl1 at the Majestic Tonight Next Weck's.Capital Bill at the v Sherman The management' tins iioijuhr house vxlcndlns :ttic I also A'soott laugl. urovpker; rind ed considerable laughter last "The Evil Rex Co., in Jwo an absorbing draica based on the While Stave'traffic. The powerful, -the acting all that can he desired, arid the settings, us usual with all Hex ab- jsolulcly sreat. Splendid Show at the Empress inors iterfect'example of the'moy inj n'ctufc plays the special two reel feature, Xe'er to Return which !s exhibited for the lime-' tort ay at the Empress has no: been scon iu many a day, end all wJit seeing'it will lose a the eye, tlie heart nnil 'tbo inteh'ecd Tlie" iilot is worried around stanccs tluit can he read Si. is a varied revival of interest iu how" politics Iu Russia ovaiig to the 3 ag feeling, which naa noticeable session and Is-now still more visible that the fourth Duma will end b coming into direct conflict ivith th government. The conference of th Centre Party, styled Octobrist, be cause it bases itself on the hnuerla Constitutional Manifesto of Oclobe 20. 1305. has passed a series of resol .Ions' of a definitely hostile charactc criticizing the Council of the Rmplr as obstructive" lo legislation demand ing -Inviolability person, an freedom of cbnEcjence, speech, mee Ing and association, the abolition c government by rcxcepUoiial laws, su the guaranteed- freedom of parll uienlary '.Tho 'parly lias'declared that tl liolicy of tlie'government is in call opposition to. the spirit of the 1m lierinl and .as It lacks fal desire to car out.the monarch's will, and obser be apjiearance in the country of a murtnurings and discontent f it h dged Itself to" use every pailianaei the governmen ..The this nmiouace-. .ncnt will'be-understood when it is declared policy ol :h.o hitherto been to endeavor to obUIiaiVeforni by working in irieudJy.'ca.opyjfiUoIi ''e gov- ernmeiit.' is the party: tkadcr, olthough. r.o longer'a on the government. 11 is hcurcver ques- lioiie'd whether thtf'Ociobrists are suf- FDR-HOGS aiket, so the Buyers Say, Has Reached its Lowest V Level CALGARY CRITICISM. !ot Based on Facts According to Local Prevailing Prices ficiently, .united in policy and sufficiently strong to 'carry on" the war'tliey" have declared on the gov- Considerable discussion has been ccasicwied in local livestock circles vcr a statement in yesterday's Cal- ary Alliertan, to the .effect liat ship- lents of hogs and cattle to the Vn :cd States "Calgary were being erloualy handicapped by unworkable ondlttons imposed by the govern- nent at Ottawa, making- it almost 1m icssible (or the farmers to lake ad of the favorable market a ol lie south: The result, according to he Albert an. was a congestion o: togs at Calgary, and tbb consequea1 owering of the price to a point below he market of any' other place on .he continent. liOCiil shippers of livestock do no agree that-a congestion exists at present time, and that if one has isted within the past fev.- a they admit there lias, it vras due to flooding of the Calgary market will unmarketable stock, ffiiuB, roughs an a, for which there was no ma ket at that-lime. The result was drop'in the market, but once thes hogs-were disposed of and the ma ket fed more the prices covered, and today the Calgary raa Vet is on a all other ma xets, excepting .Montreal. Market Advanced Yesterday Tht P. Burns Co. this morning ceiveil orders to huy att the hog available at cent or cents per pound. This price is just 'eoB than the Winnipeg marke and the shrinkage and freight ral would not allow Ehipment to Wlmi g at Shrinkage and Th'e" sahie'is true regarding Ame can markets. Although .the tarift baJ rier- on stock has been, removed, t shrinkage and freight are such th profits, are impossible .at the presc priced In these "markets. The-Po land hog .market is reported tod; as steady at 7.25 to 7.90 for lights, a; 6.50 to 'fi.90 for heavies; while cattle pally At Sherman Theatre To-night Two Perform- ances Nightly A BANNER BILL J. C. Thompson Co. ILLUSIONIST AND MAGICIAN Poor Temple Sisters VOCALISTS AND INSTRU- 'MENTALI6TS The Aerial Macks SENSATIONAL WIRE ARTISTS Marie Hughes CHARACTER COMEDIENNE FOUR OF THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS PRICES! 10c and 15c. Wld 3So. CHRISTMAS .WEEK BILL BETTER THAN EVER "VanWarden Jewels" IN TWO GREAT MYSTERY DRAMA The Making of a Woman" An Dnma Depicting Society Butterfly. Billy Dodges Bills" A KEYSTONE JUST TO MAKE YOU LAUGH Last Time EMPRESS Today EVERYBODY SHOULD SEE THE Ne'er to Return Road" A PICTURE TEEMING W.ITH INTENSE HUMAN INTEREST COMING MONDAY NEXT. OUR WIVES Reels of the Mott Laughable. Farce Comedy, ever Filmed Season's Compliments to all (livorcc do so. with-a sincere wish the .New} W0rldj toW in Ul9 moal Yenr will iifiher In proapcrity. to tli city OUTCRY AGAINST THE. -GERMAN MILITARY MISSION Si. Petersburg, JUec. against tlio Gerinan -Jliiltarj- Mission lo. Turkey seems lo increase rallier than to diminish.._ The great niajorily o( tlie newspapers publish articles on the subject almost dally. Tlie Novoo Vremya'says that.neither today nor toinbrrow .can Kussla allow a third foreign ppver' to eatnolisli ilsllt on the Dardanelles and on the Russian frontier wllh Asia Minor. The simp- est aolulion, it says, is n refusal, as a month or a year can make no differ- ence to the liussbn view. are prirne, 7.75 Id S.OO. Chicago recorts Uio hog market slow; receipts 50.000; lights 7.25 lo count at the present time, although they -would rather foreign cars used. If these are' not obtain- able, C. P. H. cars are furn.ishcdj_arid the Taylor are with au cmiing the mainsprinj nd all-its residents. Kor Khloh'Is iiiollie'r-love; as pa'tfietie I Xmas tlie cfforls put fornnrd lo otluij; tho htgliest class ot vaude- L Is unusual. '.'A Woman's Is anblter splen- did rir-imri, in which n great injury is inflicted on the.husbandi through bis_ intercepted by.his faili- ville liavc resulted id gathering to- gcllicr an array of tajentcd "artistes. For the first half of week a pro- gram versatile and excellent. in ih entirety has-been.: n'rrangort. Jack un-jsual'state of affairs, which are Jlorrissey Co., Australian -solved Bushmen, are. in .the art of ropo twirling, aiid perforri] some re- .markoble. (eats.with ropes and whips, woraan in a woman's and their accuracy iV rifle firing dc- j serres enecial' comment. Brandon I'JIOTOS FORE OlIHIST'MAS V Sec our show case this week. Fine pod- .raits at five dollars Our cniljody nil llic.iinpror- points and excel in soft, bctfi.Jty of finish and tnsic in 'JInkc an appointmont to sit'for us! this weclv. Allison The Photographer In Your Town_ BALMORAL BLOCK LETHHRimiE Plays a most rttlightful little comedy, in uhich Wal- Ho Van scores'.Ji'avily-as tiL.e'.hbilsc- created great and mciriment.' On Monday ne'xt ouv patrons ttill of seeing rrhat cornea to liusbands who ..turn gels" anil set tocfccd iin In actresses' trunks, in the '.screaming two-reel Wives." 7.65; bulk of sales at 7.50 toj 7.70. loading C.. P. K. cars day for Winnipeg reports this morning as'shipment of grain" lo Minneapolis, ao 7.25 to. 7.50; roughs, J that this Is not looked upon as a 5.25 to 5.50. There lias been a hindrance .by local shippers, run oMiogs for some days, JCH4 beingjThere'has'been no live Block ahip- recelvcd from Mooso" direct for'l ments bi'rted from lAtibridge to Am- shipment to .the eastern markets; I erkan markets.thus far, although con- cattle from Alberta have also been j siderablo grain" found Us way received'in Ir.rge numbers, the. cat-1 across Ibe border since, the removal tic' prices here, choice bulciier j of the tariff wall. At tbo same time steers." 6.75 lo 7.G-J-- American markets are looked up-. Montreal quoted .choice lioga at I on as profitable, if it were not 9.35 to 9-50. but the. freight and jfor excessive- freight, and- shrinkage B.C. LIBERALS .TO MEET call has sent out by the lead ere. of the Liberal party for a convention lo be held in thin city during the sitting of the legislature.1 It will open on Wednesday, February 25, "under the presidency oE Al. A. MacDohald, K.C., president of tbe Provin-. cla'l Liberal shrinkage make shipments from Al- berta unprofitable, and little is go- ing to that.'market'from here. Calgary hog price's look the best to local shippers, in jnite ot the Al- bertan''rileution' to'sthc contrary; and the" condition of-the market Is steady, there being no congestion nt the present time. Dominion ReguFatfons The Albertan also states that.these iogs are not passed by the veterinar- ROBLIN REBUKED BY QRANT, Refers to Famous Phraie of Manitoba .Prcmier-ln Reference to Mr. Samuel. Ottawa, Dec., 'the l-Aundiaii Club hcrt Prof. Grant, pro-1 fosaor of history nt.Queen's Univer- sity, administered a .rebuke loVPre- inier ftoblln of Manllobn for his-now i famous philippic Kt. Hon.' Her- bert Samuel, tho British poslmastcr- gcncral, T.. Prof. (Irani was .dealing with 'a.'dijJ- lomatic letter sent (o the' Washinglon authoTllles In regard .to a matter In-Urilisb. Columbia. Tlie Ict- ler was couched Iri diplomallc.'sintlc-' manly language, yet consHluics ai tovV ero rebuke.' Pausing, Prof. (Irani re- marked lhat'thfg was a gentleman's way fif calling.dowri a geiillcman'.and "The. other .way. is. to'.'call lilm a scandalous meddlesome, jell? The big crowd cheered the EC- buko ODD SUPERSTITION FOUND IN MUSKOKA r Dec, cur- of iuperstf. Involving Inhuman .cruelty, have ccme before llie Toronto Hu- mane lociety.. It hii been'diKOVr that certain.famllieft in the dittrict held a belief that by removing'the ikih from, can while 'if ill apply- them to the abdomen in cases of Affection will diuppear 'a> the fUyed aiiimaU die. Ths deiling'with theie crimei, For Sale 25 shares Hudson's' Bay Insurance Co, 25 shares'Hudson's 'Bay Loan and Mortgage Corpora- tion Apply At Once on long hauls. Swift's buyer is In tho district, to- day looking for tilteen carloads at sis cents. 'He predicts that the market vfillgo higher, and.thdt-it has reached its lowest level. Hozs 'n good de- mand.'. OLDEST ORANSEMAN DEAD' r co, es, and. that they cannot be shipped o Seattle .-without this inspection, onscquenlly are a on the mar- ket. The Dominion regulations provide fiat sbijitiipnt? .of llvcatoch, in order o enter a foreign- to 10' inspected'at 'point of and .local shippers state that where Ills is done, iio difficulty 'is exper- enced. also claimed here thai a certificate granted by, Canadian veler- narians have no weight with veternarlans at point of entry, although such certificates! might be the means of releasing1' slock from the Calgary yards. Tho American officials are decidedly strict, and no diseased slock could enter the shipment .Vas ed by a dozen Ca.nadlan certificates, fiirthcrmore, tho Canadian .veternar- :eg complained .of arc bound absolute- ly hy tho regulations of the depart- ment, and the Inspection of Mock and meals Is enforced rigidly, BO that they could, not pass these rtlpraents for transfer fo the StMcfl, e.tcept at point of shipment, oven If they wanted (6.. Vte of. The Alberian.also charges that the C. I'., n. hfr.der slock' trade with American roafXcts by not allowing shipments In any but foreign- .cars. necessary because of the heavy traffic In grain, and the C. P. R. (hat If they had'allowed their own- cars used for foreign live stock, there would have been a shortage of for grain'aiilpmen'ts. Tbo C. P. R will tpl'l up no. shipmciil on Uils ac JTilyerton, Onl, Dec. Scott, the oldest. Orangeman in On- tario, and probably In Canada dead, 'hie was a native of Sllgo, TreUnd, and came lo Canada in 1820. He was .In hls'gUli year, and had been a member TheHaJBstic TO-NIGHT of the Orange association for over 71 yeart. THE NIPNG MISSION r'roviacs visiting Lfor ma- lornlly arid all medical and surglcil cases