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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 5, 1913 THE LE'THBRIDOE. DAILY HERALD Page 3 costs less Nothing! That's the next step less. This long-lasting morsel cost$ less thass a &emt a ".mOck if you buy it by the box. Its pleasure and benefit is a iigtiQnal pastim^. Bright teeth, keen ||||>etites, improved ii^estions, are increasing. Smokers bless its breath-purifying qualities. BUY IT BY THE BOX It costs less-of any dealer-and stays fresh until used. Look for the spear; Avoid imitations Made in Canada B. lyEmo, Adv., Chfcags Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. 7 Scott Street Toronto, Ontario 15 ENGAGED AMERICAN EXPERT ON RATES DOMINION GOVERNMENT SECURED PAUL. MULLER TO HELP OUT MR. BICKNELL Ottawa, Feb. -1.-The latest development -in tho ^western, freight ' rates inquiry is the employment by the Dominion government of Jjin Paul Miller, the United States vatc case expert. Mr. Muller has been retained to assist Mr. BiekncH, oi Tor- ' onto,'and will leave. New York in a .few days and take up his residence in Toronto,, where he will go over the remarkable set of exhibits in .the case,, which was prepared by the traffic department of the C.P.R., . o:il which formed the basis of the defence ���of the western roads. He will devote himself to an analysis of the exhibits with a view to attacking the reasonableness of the western rates' generally regardless.of the question of discrimination. In Ireland when Special is called for JOHN JAMESON Three Star Whiskey is served : : 1 ;�hisfeey  ' HAVE YOU TRIED IT? TO ENTER CHUKUH PASTOR WHO ROWED WITH PEOPLE RESORTED TO STRENUOUS METHODS OF WORK London, Feb. 4.-The unorthodox methods of the. Rev,/DanieL Hughes, Baptist minister, of Pontypool, in entering his church with the aid of a sledgehammer or by climbing through the windows, have been temporarily stopped by Mr. Justice Neville, The trustees of ..the Crane street Baptist church, where Mr. Hughes used to hold the positionvof pastor, have obtained an injunction restraining him from breaking J into1' the church or from otherwise inteTfering until an action dealing with the whole matter is decided. Dispense With Him Mr. 'Hughes was elected mini a ter of the church in 1909, but owing to dissatisfaction among - tile congregation a meeting was convened at the begin, ning of December and -ix was "decided by ballot to dispense with his services on termsi to be arranged. ' ' ' resulted in the holding lof another meeting, at which 'it was^resolved by 80 Votes to. one that the pastor.:,should have three months' salary instead ,of notice. It'was arranged,tt> Keep the church  closed on Sunday;' December 16th.  ' �;," * But .Mr, HugheH nuulo his way through a window. He then cuine out of the front door and broke open the gates with hisvsledgehammer. Mr. Hughes asked to .be given time to meet what had been said against him, and'-jthis was granted, but he was instructed to keep away from, thevohurch. in the' meantime. ITINERARY ANNOUNCED " tendon, Feb.. 4.r-The-first, interim report of the Dominion's royal' commission contains a statement that the commission proposes visiting New Zealand' and Australia, during the month and from thence to proceed to Canada, New Foundland^ and South Africa for the purpose of inquiry. The report explains that in inquire ing into the question of migration they have proceeded under that part of the British order of preference which instructs them to inquire into the possible development of the natural resources of the self-governing dominions. Migration from the United Kingdom into these dominions will mean an'increase of population which will have an important bearing on the development of their resources. WHY ENTRIES FALL OFF London, Feb. 3.-At the National Kiile Association meeting today It was stated that decreased entries for BlBley were largely owing to territorials being unable to spare time to attend that meeting as well as. training camps.' Canada's five thousand dollar donation ib to be. devoted partly" to' encouraging marksmanship of young territorials. The general priz^ list is well supported as usual; A SOCIALIST CANDIDATE- Red Deer, Feb. J --George Paton of Content will be. the Socialist candidate in Red Peer riding at the provincial elections. MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIS) ' At thC( Bijou The feature subject offering at this favorite photoplay house is in two reels of without doubt Die most remarkable portrayal of any historic films yet produced. The story, although mythological, is intensely interesting and the staging and various settingg are carried out on such an elaborate scale that compels admiration. The superb acting of the various characters displays histrionic ability of the talented artiKte, and lends further enchantment to a subject that for excellence in costuming, coloring and tragic climax, cannot be surpassed. The balance of the program is of a versatile character, and two excellent comedies from the Vitagraph studio are of the very best type, Our old friend John Bunny (aptly termed the King of I^aughmakers) beiug again to the front in one of those mirthful roles for which he is so well famed. Friday and Saturday, in addition to the usual high class program, the management has secured "Mother QooBe," a series of fairy story tableaux, especially to delight the young folk. At the Saturday matinee the children participate in a drawing for a dollar bill. On /previous Saturdays It has been a very pleasant sight to watch the interest with which the children await the result of the drawing, and the unselfishness displayed by the applause given the winner. The prices are always the same this house: Matinees 15c and '. Evening 15c and 10c; Boxes 25c. * * * . At Starrand Attractive programs are being continually presented at St avland, today's being no exception to the rule. The leading attraction for today and tomorrow will be "Two Thousand Guineas Reward," a two reel offering made in England,, and presented hy an all stair English cast. Many of the scenes are laid in the vicinity of the historic old Bath road, probably the most famous highway in all England. The story, takes the form of an incident in the life of Dick Turpin, "The Gentleman Highwayman," and will be an acceptable offering. Another feature on the bill will be a splendid production by the famous Thanhouser* company, entitled "Her Fireman," a.subjectjljristling with excitement, and showing., several great fire scenes a�'�.����:. BOTABUemo 1870 : A almplo, s�fo ami effective treatment for tiron--ohl^k tumbles,-without doslntf the stomach wltft drpgff. , Used with succoss for thlrtjryears. �.: i The air carrying the antiseptic vapor, inspired with every, breuth, makes broathlng easy, soothes the sore throat, and stop3 ttieCoutfb, assuring restful nights.. Crctiolcne Is Invaluable to :tnplhers with young children, and n BOOM to sufferers from � Asthma..... Send us postal for descriptive booklet, "ALL 0RUGQIST8. 'Try crrsolene 1st ANTISRPT1C .THROAT .TABLETS for the irritated throat, > They:are simple, .effective .'>&ml;> untitle ntic. Of-yqur UruMlst or from us, [-yqur drti i, lOlCrcsolena Co. S2"Corl[�!u)tSt.", N.Y. Leemtntl Miles Budding�:: Montreal, Can. 4 M USIC iRTH BIJOU THEATRE PI0&n Where Everybody Goes TONIGHT AND TOMORROW A ROMANTIC STORY OF THE PHARAOHS " Rameses, King of Egypt" Two Reels of Remarkable Scenic Beauty in Addition to Usual Program of High Standard FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A Delightful Interesting Fairy Story "Mother Goose" Especially to Please the Children PRICES ALWAYS 15c and 10c; Matinees 15c, 5c. TODAY-TOMORROW "Two Thousand Guineas Reward" TWO REELS BRISTLING WITH EXCITEMENT "Her Fireman" Thrilling "Thanhouser" Feature "The Christmas Gift" Sparkling Comedy "Almost a Tragedy" Fun Galore MISS AMY LAWRANCE WILL SING "The Pretty Little Girl from No-Where" NEXT MONDAY "THE INVADERS" M onarch Theatre TONIGHT "TOM BUTLER" a great Detective story in Three Reels. A story of Crime and Deatlh and the "Sherlock Holmes' 'logic that solved the Mystery. Four reels in addition, seven in all. Prices: 16c, and 25c TON1QHT ONLY the night-'pictures, on this occasion, being eliminated altogether. These singers are the original company, aad no doubt a good many people remember their previous visit to Lethbrldge and the good impression they made. They are a troupe well worth listening to. Plantation songs, coon songs, quartettes, and, in fact, singing of all descriptions is included in their repertoire. For 'his night only the curtain rises punctually at S.30 p.m., and the man-ns-emen'; hepe e^ecyone 'will endeavor to be sudiud in good time. Seats are nevr on sal^.at the box office.  to 'Tom Butler" at the Monarch1 Tonight The management are, again in a position to offeT their patrons something extra special in the Jine of motion photography. "Tom Butler," the great English detective story is the leader on this occasion. This three-reel masterpiece was produced in England by the Franco-British Film Co., undeh the personal supervision of the author, Sir A. Conan Doyle, the originator of the. Sherlock Holmes' series. This is without question, one of the most interesting photo plays ever presented for the approval of the Lethbrldge public, and all should take advantage of the opportunity to see a really great production. In addition the regular programme of the Monarch wilt be shown,, malting a seven-' reel entertainment of over two hours': duration. to yau-agahuJ "I have $500,000 and Iishall-not ad_d" to it. Hereafter mj twenty-pne-BtojeB will work for the .Lord,1"- ^' lionture; who,.with Wb, wife, hap *s'o'^; long and unsuccessfully attempted, to^,,.. storm -the doprs: of-society. , \ Butif Mr;.-and.Mts. Joel are^noj; i received in- .the bestf society, they^caiui'' not be prevented from spending''mb^'.:�.years ^old.i Aroun^s'. her'neck she wears-a rope of pearl|*j/ which; eost-'her father. $26,OQO,-a0^^: around her little .wrist is a bracelet >4 �of. perfeot DeBeers : diamonds. a �i( r 7' Most people who< have seen. ithek� rope of pearls around the chubby heblj^ take them for beads., -because1 tney^' cannot imagine anyvchild being 'a^Iow-^ ed to carry a fortune .about'ln'*'tHiff^Ji way; but her elder sisterahas a^Toi^?^ of pearls 'which cost five;: tlmes^atf much as the baby's. ( ' J ft' $ Jack .Joel, Solly's brother, w,on,,-ttie;i* \fjjjj. Dtrby with Sunstar,' .but was'\n,^t,C'' aslced to dine , with the King; at.'thfvK' usual Derby banquet. , I 4 Fulton of Fulton's Mills' .............. While E. L. was cutting woodvin thejbush.^the^aj; slipped and all the toes' of hisp left foot were nearly .severed.: ' QUARRELLED