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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday,'-February 11,1913 THE LETH-BRIDGE IJA1JL Y , HEKALD MAJESTIC THEATRE : : FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14th THE FIRST OF A SERIES GRAND 10 ROUND BOXING EXHIBITION AL. ENSIGN vs. JUDD FOLEY TWO CAPITAL. PRELIMINARIES BEFORE MAIN BOUT Commencing 9.30 Sharp THESE SERIES ARE BEING PROMOTED BY JOHN DOHERTY, WEL L-KNOWN SPORTING MAN. PRICES:-$1.50, and $1.00; RINGSIDE, $2X0; , . SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ELITE CIGAR STORE. B1J00 THEATRE Tonight A GREAT PROGRAM "The God Within" One of those Heart Stories with an Excellent Lesson "Pathe's Weekly" Showing Events of More than Usual interest the World Oyer "A Limited Divorce" Two Sparkling Comedies Tea Matinee, 2 to 5 p.m., Prices 15c and 5c Evening: 16c and 10c; Boxes 25c Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-The Squatter's Right-Powerful Drama. 11.-Swat the Fly.-Educational feature everyone";' should see. 111.-Tfe, "Plan That Failed- Howling., gQod.cofpfedy. 1V.-Thfe; Fighting 'Parsons,-An excellent subject.7!? V.�-Capt. Ben's Yarn-Comedy. Big Bread Drawing 10c. " * TonigKt 15c. 10 -LAST TIME TODAY- THE THREE REEL SENSATION "THE INVADERS" it's simply magnif;cent Two Good Comedies on the Same Bill - MISS AMY LAWRANCE Will Sing "JUNGLE MOON" TOMORROW..... "A Shadow of the Past" TWO REELS OFFERED BY THE C.P,R, Fine Inducement to Farmers to Go in for Tree Planting ZES THE ASSOCIATE ENGLISH ARISTOCRACY SEEM TO LIKE LITTLE ROUGH,. HOUSE IN THEIR FUN Special information to the "World's Sunday School convention delegates- is sent out in a bulletin. It is very desirable that all who expect to attend the Zurich convention from North America should send the necessary deposit of $30.00, to. the chairman of the Transportation, committed � (Mr. ,W. N. Hartshorn, 85 Broad street. Boston, Mass.), without delay. The original deposit required was $10.00, but the time haying come when the second deposit of ?2O.Q0 is due, the initial deposit from this time forward is $30.00: This will provide not only for suitable reservations on shipboard, 1>ut will insure, proper accommodations in Zurich, which is an item of great importance. No further remittance will he called for, until one month before the date-of sailing. Nearly one thousand 'reservations are already' made, and it is none.too early to be enrolled for the trip de-aired. The' next step Is to-get into touch, with the State or Provincial general secretary, and be nominated by him to the "World's 'Executive committee, as a delegate. The general secretary for Alberta fs'F; 13. � Werry, 19 Mackie Block, Calgary. All credentials will be issued by the chairman of; the World's Executive committee, and will be distributed in the early spring of 1913, from the office of the general secretary, Marion Lawrance, 1416 Mailers building, Chicago. /Credentials^for the delegates, from North America will be'distributed through the various Sbate and Provincial general secretaries, and a registration fee of $2.00 will be required from each delegate as they go aboard ship.., Tbe office of the World's association will be pleased to.answer inquiries at any time from prospective delegates or others who desire information concerning,.the various departments of ithe world's field and 'work. London, Feb. 10.-Although several persons in high places, have shown, a ___ ______^ disposition to set their faces against for windbreak' purposes the present craze for.rag.time^ so'far tnat the porestrv Branch are supplying, are three to four feet high . and Many farmers are taking, advantage of the free trees, for the bea'utifying and protection o� their homes and farm buildings, offered by the Forestry Branch of the C.P.R. Department of Natural Resources in connection with their windbreak competition in which cash prizes to a total of $2500. will be awarded. They are anxiously waiting for spring so as to be able to plant the trees and secure as much of the winter moisture in the ground as possible, thus giving the young trees a good start and thereby securing more points for the cultivation, growth, and appearance of the trees in the summer judging. Anyone writing to the Forestry Branch will receive full particulars regarding the contest. If the settlers realized the importance and benefit derive! from having trees around farm buildings, and appreciated the generous offer made by the Canadian Pacific railway, both in supplying half oi the trees and the large cash prizes, there would be from two to four thousand trees on every farmer's land The trees Mr. Finlay Sending Out Bulletins Designed to Get the Members Busy as the ball' room is-,concerned, soci- ing. are three to ety now seems determined to set. ,tbo .Alberta grown stock. � There is only seal of its august approval on rag a little over two months remaining, time dancing. One of the most in- before the trees will"be shipped; and tcresting and elaborate functions  of any farmer contemplating the plant- the season now being held'is a rag jni, ot trees suould send in his order time ball to be, given at the Savoy at oncej s0 as to j,sure getting the hotel. Already extensive prepara- i.tock in coluiition. The company fcions are in progress, and a large i,as secureQ- these trees from a. reli- part of society will certainly be pres- able nurserv in Alberta, which upon ent. The dancing-will be exclusively receipt of instruction from the F0r- A new set of regulations relating to gold and silver marks has been � drawn up. \ rag time, and handsome prizes will be bestowed on the best, dancers. Judging from the applications already received, it will be impossible to accommodate one-half" of those -der. sirous of being present. . At one,of the. later, courts oE the season it is understood'- that Lady | e(j_ Madry Ourzon, the eldest of .the threa daughters of Lord.  Gurzwn,, will he presented. She has only recently completed her 17th year,, but this seem? to he a season of baby presentations/ The court on Feb. .^i^probably, will see a large number of ," J! ^?-tc^ women, and' njen. too, are again using What d�i An English firm wants Information as to Canadian flax, with a view to purchasing in quantities. 2. An English firm wants information as to hides, with a view to masking extensive purchases in Southern Alberta. : , 3. A Swedish importer wants Can-; adian flour, and seeks correspondence with millers. . 4.' A Paris firm wants to buy Nos,' 2 and 3 Alberta wheat, cif Marseilles or Havre, .� ;� In addition to these there have been numerous industrial inquiries, which have.been taken up and: efforts are making to. induce' Borne of the inquirers to. visit Lethbridge and vicinity and meet-the officials..--'..-.  The secretary has a request for the address of a baker who has sufficient capital to establish himself in business in a town of 450 population, well situated, and prosperous. MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) TO PLANNING ACT DEPUTATION WOULD LIKE LAW GIVING AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH CIVIC CENTRES At the Morris The pictures shown at this house last night of the various places in Alberta, proved a great source of interest to the large audience which gathered there to witness them, and anyone wishing to see what other parts of this province are like, cannot do better than see the films. There are also some really exciting pictures of the great cowboy �verut held In Muskogee, Okla., last year. Thesei pictures will be shown again for the last time tonight. Tomorrow night Manager Morris announced, he has secured a great two-reel attraction of "Custer's Last Fight." Most everyone has read about the great stand this man made ag-" ainst a band of Indians, and the pictures should be well worth seeing. * * * "The Invaders" at Starland It was indeed a pleasure to witness a presentation of such an excellent attraction as "The Invaders," which was shown at Starland for the first time last evening. In the average run of photo-plays, one is oftime subjected to an almost complete repetition of worn-out themes, with an occasional introduction of a few new ideas. With the three-reel production of "The Invaders," one is introduced to a succession of entirely new situations, replete with ah. overwhelming array of thrilling episodes, and exciting incidents. It is doubtful if a more interesting, and at the same time highly dramatic feature has ever been sho'wn here, and theatre-goers will find "The Invaders" to be a genuine feature attraction, that is decidedly worth while. The management of Starland announce that this attraction will be .chown again today for the last time. . � � � .  At the Bijou The programme presented at this up-to-date photo-play house last evening was pronounced by all who took the pleasure of seeing the performance as one of the best from every standpoint ever seen in the city. "This God Within" is a beautiful portrayal, of the normal sins committed, and although the climax reached is one that the spectator anxiously awaits, it is one that, unfortunately nearly always In cases where such sins are committed, repentance comes too late. The story is excellently told, and the portrayal of the various characters enacted with a realism that carries conviction. Pathe's Weiekly Is more than usually interesting, showing some wonderful scenes of the-principal events" occurring all over the world. Two fine bright comedies complete the program and should be seen by all lovers of the photo-play. The program for Wednesday and Thursday is exceptionally strong, including 3,000 feet of the most remarkable.subject ever produced. The story is woven round the Chinese headquarters of 'Frisco, and is particularly interesting, showing the inner side of a life of which little is really known. The scenes in thie opium dens, and the, horrors surrounding these haunts are produced in a manner beyond description, and must be seen for any one to get any neal conception of the yellow peril, as it exists today in the larger American cities. In the telling of the story thena is an air of romance, which tends to relieve the dreadful expos 1RITIGAL TIME OF WOMAN'S LIFL From 40 to 50 Year* of Age. How It May fie Passed in Safety. Edmonton, Feb. 10.--A deputation consisting of Clifford Jones, Calgary; and ex-Mayor Armstrong; Edmonton^ had an interview with :Hon. Charles Stewart, "Minister of Municipal Affairs, today, with referenceto the introduction of a town planning act at the -present sessipn. The".desire is to have legislation enabling,-cl'ties of the province to Jay put and , construot civic 'centres, for which purpose they would require-in-oreased borrowing pow'ers;*&nd to;control'the manner in whichi subdivisions* would be planned and put on the market/ Such au, act would have - the strong Jup'port of Ednipnton and (Calgary. The proposed act.is modelled on the lines of the New Brunswick 'Act'. \ " 1 , " "\ So. Wellington.B.C. -"For a year during the Change of Life I was all run down.. I was really too weak to walk and was very despondent and- thought I1 was' going to die, but after taking Lydia B. Pinkham's > Vegetable* Compound and1 Bipod; Purifier my health and strength returned. I am very thankful to you and praiBe your medicine. I have advised several women who suffered as I did tctry your, remedies. You may publish this if you wish." -Mrs. David R. Morris, South Wellington, Vancouver Island, B. C. . No other medicine for woman's ills has received such wide-spread and unqualified endorsement.; Weknowof>noother medicine which has such a record of success as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable -Compound. ��� For: more than SO years it has been the standard remedy for-woman's ills Buch, as Unflammation.r.ukera-t.tionj-:.tumor^i'ynegiuai^Ue8(^pe-riod!'o, pains and nervoua- prostration,' and  we believe, it is unequalled ,for women ^'during the period of /changpof>lifev,_')'"' SI The Morris Theatre Last Time To-night A GREAT TWO-REEL PRODUCTION OF Scenes, Conditions, and Happenings in Alberta See the great Burns' Fire in Calgajy ALSO GRAND INTERNATIONAL Roping and Riding Contest Held in Muskogee, Okla., 1912, (A Great Three Reel Attraction) All these Pictures are Guaranteed perfectly Clear MR. GEO, E. FLEMING, The Well-Known Singer. THE MORRIS ORCHESTRA under Direction of Prof. Vea|ock. Prices:-Children 10cj ~ - Adults 25c. Wed. and Thur. Feb. 12 & 13 The Most Remarkable Feature Ever Produced : "LIGHTS AMD SHADOWS 0rCHl1BWiM A Dramatic Production from the Frisco Chinese Headquarters 3000 Ft. of Thrilling Pictures Portraying Vividly the Horrors of the Yellow.Peril SEE LOBBY DISPLAY REMEMBER THE DATES SPECIAL TEA MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, 2 to 5 p.m. PRICES:-Matinee, 15c and Be; Evening: 16c and 10c; Boxee: 25e, i J/ mm i, i - 1 i � i One of the reading Characters in - "tights and.vShadews^ef. CWna^T^wrtJii. at the Bijou Wed. and Thur., Feb.'12,13, Monarch Theatre, Feb. 14^ W ures of' life in the opium' dens; and, 14tb has been pronounced by the press of America as a subject that all lifer-' ested in a higher standard of living should witness. ' A -pleasing comedy -will ,*nd a; prc*-: gram which for excellence-excels,anything ever yet, attempted! .Speoial per-, formance at the tea matinee .on Wednesday, from 2 to 5 p.m. Brices as usual. :..-' -. ' .;�',:... J eentlng the year's sensationf�fS?^_ � ," 'Lights and Shadows of China TqwJpI'KV or "The Yellow PerlL" ThiBrlBu'yjgi�$ derfult production, in*three ifaal�;jiajBfift^ should be seen by all,.young and^old^.^'3 On Monday night,'the'great mill-taryv^"' "i|eatur�, '"'Custer's L*�t Fl'gW^M three reels, will be'pVeBented. ThU�\j~> production by thc BiBon 101 Kancafff Co., is a masterpiece in itB^own-pajftj^^liv ular line, and should assure''* f'bumiifi'' i,erhouse-_t ^r-m� of' FAMILY <4& m v"; AWFUL . RESULT A FAMILY^. Watertown, S.D., Feb. ,"<10;-:At3ra$t climax of a long, standing .famlly|dt(i| sentlon between. father'and^tepaons,^; w B. O.-Hammond, aged BlrandVcilMorjaTA Jenkins,' agdd 25, Tyere sh^'deadJ^jfd-S^ James Jenkins,".-aged 21; probable tS*-\* v-ally wounded In a'generaliguh:fIgbl, which occurred in Ithe'farmi'home i C* Hammond, three miles "east-of hero today. ( i u ^ ' , James Jenkins 'was',Btiruok7 fo r times by revelver^'bullets, nlk mut serious injury; ^eing th� Result' o* i ball through his shoulder,'which el at tered the shoulder blade. 1 on Get Busy! Six] room hpuse, on B'o*.'x'l2r feet, '12th St., near .6th ''Aven e South. , ' ' '� $4,000.00 $500 . cash,',' balance month, 7%.' ' t Clear Title ." 3 9236 03 ;