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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IhiM'sdiiy, 21. 1011. THIV Hint AMI. rE HAVE a good selection of Ladies' Hand Bags, ranging in price from to Ladies' Card Cases, Gentle- men's Bill Folds, Wallets, Coin Purses, Fitted Club Bags, Suit Cases, Writing Folios and Collar Boxes. All these lines make t i" V i gcod Christmas Gifts. i Our Sale is still running in Harness and general Horse Furnish- ings. Call in and see our prices. Seven more Sale (days. Every p article in the store reduced. GUANO Masquerade Ball At K. of P. Hill, Friday Dec. 22nd ijrinoa will be given. On u'1 Ko- clion'n. SilIU may be routed of GUI. Ncldig, Wood St., and mankB ,ll Red Crost Druj Stort. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Street'South OUR BEST" Flour Leads them all. Tiy it once. You'll like it. INTEPNTIONIS IN FAVOR despatch to thi- Daily Telegraph- says of ttoo "so-called pnlrio.lio bonds amounting to b'eg.in today is really a forced contribution by. vbo I'rincc's Imix-'rial clan from the mclropolitau iind provincial 'o.fficials ranging ftooi Mwo to fifteen percent, of tbrir an- mini 'incomes. .Advices from -.Toklo say filial, ihs entire press is indulging in a delihc.rato. campaign for joint An. glo-Iapanese intervention. Sixteen Bills Receive the Royal Sanction (Continued from front Mr. Remembered Mr however did not (he -treatment th-al Ms bill had linen acuorded and when the Calyary i-har ler amendments oame nn Irier in thtt day showed himself 'one of the moal-active'Critics of that measnif When the m'l] to amend medi- cal profession net was before the lionse. C. M. O'Brien gnve. some var ie-ty (o the proceedings a from aocialistic view point. .The WJ1 is the resulf. of ;i compromise between the mcdioal ajjfrl the osteopaths an-tf vesia in (lie University of- Alberta ihe setting of the examiuations of admission to practice both profemiions iji tlie pro- Ths amendod draft adopted without change. The bill providing; for number or io tlie Calgary charter most of the day and gave rise fo a great discussion. A- number, of clauses vsre amended, Messrs. Boyle and Mackenzie being the princIpHl critics. Theie Now Law Following1 are the nllle'viasenttxl to by the lieutenant governor tonight: An act respecting the amalgtimii- tion of- Edmonton aiia Stvallicpna. An act reipecting the' rtepartmfcm: of railways and telephones. An act respecting the department. of municipal affairn. An act to amend an net respecting public printing. Au act. respecting ttoeed and oper- ation of motor vehicles. An act to: amend ihe act lelatins to CoippriMon Ulmhiisti ut ti ululate. i! i in Of the town of Carniangny A.n vet respect ing Hie medical prp leasion. j wet to tlin Onlgary An utu i'fis.'ttiMtiim- the Kniplre L'OH- servative Club of Kflmonlon. A- bih for the., raising of jnoneys nil the cvt'dif. of the general revenue fund province. A bill io- validate certain bylaws of- the town of CiimroBft, A. lilll'to amend the .Medicine Hat. th u ter CHARGED WITH STEALING BOB ROGERS TO OUST MR. BORDEN George Bradbury of Sel- kirk Makes Startling Announcement Winnipeg, Uec. ihe .rimiial oi lim Winnipeg Conserva- tive Association Tuesday. highK Gco. i J[ Bradrnrj member ion Selkirk, imadc a very important anuoimco- tincnl. which iu effect declared j Premier Monien was shortly to M- ut thL to K s'KCWdcil-by Hou..Robert W. B. Sherman in City W. B. Sherman, the popular theatrl jcai impresario called on the Herald j yesterday, while he was here pn a tly-1 :lag visit milking uiTatiuemems regard- 'ing the new management o''the Majes- tie Theatre. .Mr. Sherman Is purdcu- larly optimistic with.regard to the fut- ure welfare of the theatre in this city and Informed the writer, (hat his in- jteutioii furnish'Lcthbridge with i the hest obtiiltiiible theatrical attrac- Uious. Air. Sherman has inircliased the -local billpostiiiR business, which is an 'evidence ho intends to develop theatrical affaire lit' this city. .He 'stated that, new .manager of the .Majestic would he liore very shortly. 'His name for the .present is Urown, and Mr. Sherman, speaks very highly of him. Comedy Coming f The announcement made that the fa comedy- '.'The Bosom Friend of will bo presented .at Ihe Ma- jestic Theatre on Christmas Day, by the clever New York comedian, Oliver J. EckhanU and his big company of tul- players, is both interesting and refreshing news, as this, play is one of trie late Eastern successes, and is isaid -lo lie a laugh from start'to finish, hi this comedy Mr. Eckhardt asmimes H.he role of a certain Mr. .Mcekman, the "bosom friend of into whose little, realm of domestic felicity a cer- tain little trouble, in I nicies in tlm form I of the daughter of Bowser's Tvit'e, who has, unknown lo Bowser, been married j before. The .child iis to.come Jliome-from, ithe girl's boarding school. Mrs. Bowser becomes, i'nmUe, and as a i last resort persuades Mr. Meekman to claim :the child as his'own after con- fessing her previous marriage., Air. Meekihan who has a wife with a i well ilpVeiftjjed mind of her own, j dreads the undertaking for fear that ibis wife will truly think child his (own. This 'actually happenn, and the {fun and 'complications that arise cap 'easily be imagined. The ,hen-pecked LMr. Meekman cuts and ridleu- j Ions figure. The lines of the play are j irresistibly funny, the cast is u strong one, promising the patrons of Ihe Ala- 'jestir. Theatre' an' evening of good, clean "wholesome comedy. "Way Down East" will be the offer- Ing for Christmas, night, followed with a. complete change of pliiy each night throughout, the week. I Hunter an (Wlmet ut Hit imiit I "e o sni at Jlagrath, .savs thai he will .never; Hogors. This report appeared in the. cniiH.- if, again u.. a paper the Dominioii ,lav. story' toliPhy.i ernmenl; in .WiiinipcK, winch .is con- him this mominc in police court by Hon. Rolrcrt Rogers. Oanlci. Oiiv resir.rrtay at: a! follows: "Oping far- o'clock to io' iJtlrtiridKC, and tlisr Hradbtirr .that ere McMANIGAL FACES THE GRAND JURY had hi his jeans the -sum of Mani-ohan would he .premier, eicht imrd-eaninl.monev. ail went wll is dav his wa.I had dwindled away llii: man IK in OUawa ulio all" be could fia.-h was a- pair oi "padded. THE Port. Arthur, A. Hurris, Dominion government immigration agent, in riiimlHCHl. He In the first local office holder to go ninre change in government. Ottawa. sfots. lie Kntnq.it .iMay, of Avlingion Hoti-1, for the deple- tion his 'hunk roll to the- extent-of Whtn he arriMMl in city last. ais'U, Hunter pmctBdisrf to the Ar-, lingtrui wiih his roll, uiid started to lank uji for n'rfrpuhir old Ume, holi- (lay j.iwu- to liaVu -some- An act reipflctiiig the I.eUibridjie; ihing IfMt for tin; inoruiug, V. -M. C.'A. hip says lie-liamM Al'ay ?-IU safe; An act-to the Mien wctil out io visit mercinl Travellers Association of jiripht lislits of ihe- cilv, Hi'ui i coming broke iislrcii May fur his! byiAWK of ciuiIflB nmt Alay then told him he liari Irft l.wt-nl.y only, and tlinl. a mid con sing ohc'Ki's noni tin; iner-t- ing- !lsrtl- An act of to .cv An act. to tb. Albert. IV "f "K cifio railw.y conipany V- accused man May elected lo be An act to validate ierf.iii liylaws i siiiiiniarjly. I [i- is tieini ikiiend- I the ,cllr .of j prl by H. Palmer, and -after tah- (jug eviilencj! {or ovrr an hour, -this' tnornini an adjournment was asH'il for until .Saturday.. PERRIN GLOVES The standard of excellence in kid gloves. .JJMJAL BUlXJIiT The monthly ineeling of the Hoard (if Trado will PC held Friday nltibt in Si. Atigustiti's linll. As there urn 1 several inn tiers of imiiorUncc to 1'fifiiiic for H full n-ltend- ijtiicv is i Hoard- of'Trjidi: .Council wtfl lu'Id Us 'rogulur weekly ineuUng In Chinook chih this availing. i. I'. I1. Couyhouro, hits liecn iu jttteiKlinK u convt-ntion of Tio Law SuciRt.V of is cvjicct- j.r.i to ,retiini .fqday. Our Xmas Hampers NO. es (Approximate weight Sll pounds) 9 Ib. Turkey ii j'ns. Plum PudUing i! Ibs. Cranberries 1 3-lb. tin Mince Meal 2 Ibs. Fiincy Talllc Unislns I New Season's Ml.vud Nuts I New Season's Table Figs 1 Ib. Kiiiioy Conrectionery 2 cans Toma'toea. Corn or French Peas 1 Ib. llunlley fc Palmer's Jlijied Blsituttis I Malaga Grniies I can Bowlhy'n Pears 1 box Somebody's Luggage 1 bottle C. fc B. Onions 1 Ib. Hudson's Bay Co. Special Coffee Fancy 3-lb Un Tetlcy's 'I'M 1 bottle Finos! Hudson's Bay ('o. Old Port 1 bottle Klnesi. Ihulson's Co. Slierry 1 Iwttle Finest Hudson's Hay Co. Hrnndy I bAttle. Finest, [lutlson's Bay Co. Seoteu 1 botllo FiucBt Claret Price Hudson's Bay Co. _____ j l..os DEC. 30.-Witli !0rtic AfcN-anigal, confessed dynamit- tor, placed when: lie could sec. every witness called in the federal flic federal grand jury con.'mcnceil the. invcsligatir.il of alloge'l national-wi.ij dynamite conspiracy tliis nfleriioon. There were uiiesppcted in file mornins when McMauigal uvs- brouglit face to face with 1C. A Clancy, a San Francisco labor er, in the private, offices of tins ROV- ernmt'lH. officials.- Wbal 'connection the morning lucelinp had with rlu: mention in -Ilie McManignl's confes- sion that be bad lifen told by .1. .McN'amara to niErei a man named Clancy in Siin Francisco when lie came west upon ;1 dynaniit-ing expe- dition, could only be conjectured. Clancy left tlie pfu'c.'S pale, ami weak. McMatiignl was the lirsb person oth- er that, the officers to enter the grand jury cliamher. It was .said he appeared merely as wh.ness and .then was p.tsU'it in the ante-room I jlhrouzli which all olhcr witiu-ssfs bad to pass. 11 was icporled the jury would proba-hly return from four to six indielmeiii.s at'the i.nd of the wi'ek. TONIGHT Chrlitmas Special'No. 3 Welcome of the Unwelcome Our Big ChrUtmat Special No. 4 for Friday The Gipsy Introducing .Florence Lawrence NEXT WEEK STILJj ALARM Big Fire Picture 'SOON HEBE LOST 'liVTHH .ILTNGLE: COLLEEN' In Three IIlMIKC Of Comfort Uualit.v I BIJOU House of Comfort Quality -A DAUGHTER OF THE NAVAJOS One of, the .best Indian pictures ever Hhown ill the Weit KIND HEARTED SISTER A Heart-Touching Drama. FROM BUD TO BLOOM Something new and novel arid both educational and interesUuc THE HAUNTED HOUSE An exciting drama tinged with mirth. R. BALLARD Piano Organ pictures alwayt clear and LITTLE Baritone Matinee 2 p.m. --v. Evening! 7 p.m'. LOOK OUT for-the famous two-reel dramatic "The Cour- ier of our special Xmas treat, coming Monday and Tuesday, December 25ih and 28th. Majestic Theatre W..B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646 December 25 Mr. Oliver J. Eckhardt, the clever com- edian, supported by The ECKHARDT Company Special Christinas Day Matinee At 2.30, the celebrated New York Comedy. Success The Oosom Friend of Bowser Xmas "Way Down Eatt" 2ftc and 50c. Evening, 25c, We and 75c SEATS AT ROCHON'S SECURE THEM EARLV ALLEGED SAFE CRACKERS ASK' FOR JURY TRIAL liHinilton, beiim MM? nwpetriitors of tho roblicr-! ies" 'Hi llid Kjioross Coiu-j h'iiid otllco" on Sept. wlitin nioiicy '.iiioliitges contiihiitii! wore sioiftii P'om ii vajilt iind the nighl clerk, (icovjiP liinhongh. bound lumtl. and foot; on the lloor, .f-.iiiK'p ('liilmitn Joceph AcluiKoii Jippeared bpfore AlHslatratc .Tells and HJet'i.od to, be fried by Jury and wern commitTed for (rial. .Ilotli GOOD 4-PIECE ORCHESTRA I PLEASANT SURROUNDIN08 BEAUTIFUL PICTURES I A COMFORTAiLE SEAT An Ediion drama. A Sldt.lplitting comedy H_riIE Tl liKIrSH i: A Scllg comedy HV TIIK CONY LEST YOU FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PRICES 10c and 15c. NEW MORRIS THEATRE THESE ARE FOUR REASONS FOR THE BIS HOUtES AT THE NEW MORRIS THEATRE PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT LE AX WOLF'S A Beiullful Kalem. THK OX THi-: HI .OTTER nml" Kinnuugh, tho night initi'i'hed tlio court, ruoin at. Ihy head o' crown Kin- noiiKh arrusled after tolling H sloi-y nf liou- tlie robbers shvU'Utvcd the glass in the mnlinger's private oJIhe, covered him at point a vovolver and hound him up while Hit; rifled t.ho money pack- Kinnough it is uudorstoodVvlll play :tii purt in' the ci'oivii ;