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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friiiay, February 14,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 THE STAR BETHLEHEM 1HSB A Superb Three Reel Presentation TOMORROW B E T H L E H E M Gorgeous Sublime Exquisite TODAY MAJESTIC THEATRE 3 Nights, commencing Monday, Feb. 17 SPECIAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY Thie Latest. Fad of New York and Chicago-Unique Novelty.,,, HAROLD B. MEADE, Soldier and Raconteur To the Durbar IN KINEMACOLOR-NEW STORIES, NEW SCENES ' SEE 500 ELEPHANTS; 1000 CAMELS; 5,000 SOLDIERS SPECIAL PRICES ; : '.;: : : ):25c and 50c. Travelogue (Conducted by FIDELIO) if BIJOU THEATRE .,,... THE HOUSE SUPREME IN PHOTO PLAY - - To-night and To-morrow . PROGRAM DE LUXE "Gold and Glitter''- A ^o^^-*T. ' "The Minister and The Outlaw." A WESTERN STORY SHOWING NOVEL METHOD OF ARRESTING A BAD. MAN. . . >;'�.*..�-.>;. "The Turiiing* Point"-A dramatic Coniedy' "Jink's Birthday Party," & "She's a Pippin' " TWO SCREAMING FARCE COMEDIES ' SCENES IN CUBA. A SERIES OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE Special Tea Matinees, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Prioes, both Matinee and Night, 15c and 10c; BOXES: 25c, See Lobby Display for. Next Week's Features To-night "The Sheriff's Adopted Daughter'' -BISON " The Weddin March" -REX CO;- "A Noise About A Fortune" THANHOUSER COMEDY Also Another Good Comedy ~- . MR. GEO., E.. FLEMING THE MORRIS ORCHESTRA Under, direction of Prof. Vealock  PRICES: ' 10c and 15c. || Matinee at 2.30 p. m. Tomorrow Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-This Lights and Shadows of China Town, or "the Yellow Peril." . The greatest three reel sensation ever -photo played. f " II.--A Good Live Comedy. 10 Cents �. .� 15 'Cents, MONDAY SPECIAL* "CUSTER'S LAST FIGrMT1* sA -TJirpo- Reel'i Spectacular Military Product lap.- Dr. 'Cousin, a scientist, ilainfs'faiL invention �so- email anrd simple,'-which can be ,used lor prov^okinR, djlsjurb-unces 'of life air' t6 ,.6Udh''fa)ne .'extent that It will overturn aa aeroplane.. - THE CALL ROLE HE SAYS IT ALWAYS DID ACT IN RESTRAINT OF TRADE Chicago, Feb. 13.-The call rule of the Chicago board of trade attacked in. a government 'equity suit as a violation or. the Sherman anti-trust -low, is the concrete expression of a con tinnous struggle between shippers and receivers, according to James A. Patten. Ma-. Patten returned yesterday fyom New York, where he; pleaded guilty to one count in an indictment. chaVg ing him with having a hand in cornering the cotton market several .years ago. He paid . a fine ot $4000. . He took the side of the "government: in the present suit to prohibit the "price fixing rule of the board of trade and asserted the call rule always luid been a regulation in restraint of trade Bince its adoption seven years ago; ��� "The government is Justified, in bringing action against the board of trade on the basis of the call rule," said Mr. Patten. "The rule' always, did opera.te in restraint of trade.I have opposed it from the beginning and many other* with me have fought against it. The receiving' houses, however, were too strong for us;'They mustered enough,votes to adopt it, "The call rule represents; the-strug-; gle going on between the receivers' and shippers. .It gives the receivers all the advantage,,b'u� operates 'datJEl,':"" the shippers. -It,hasVojfc erated, to restrain trade ever since. 'It was adopted. The-'shipper's *fOught'' (igainst: its a'doptlotrmotion picture world will be' presented, "The .Lights, and Shadows; of.-China Town," three reels of. intensely;; interesting drama; sho,w-4ug the seamyi side,;of'Oriental life-}n San Francisco, -and the subject: teems with interest- from .start to fin-,' ish. "A. well balanced programme is'-assured 'by .the addition of a splendid comedy^. "A^NoJse - Like a,'Fortune.'! Popular 'priees-, will prevail for this sems assured. y     , ,r> If-�,*^ - * ' *- ' �' " At tne Morrls,' ' ,, The' large .audience' which again attended this'theatre last night, to see CU^^lj&Last Fight," ware highly da li^n^^^tjpOi splendor .of 'this plotuYef$0;l6ng' as the** management'idye'  �l * fir J f *> 7>* We have Fruit and Timber Lands in the Famous Kootenay District OF Large and Small Tracts, Improved or Unimproved, Situated on the Arrow Lakes, Kootenay Lake, Slocan Lake and Hawser Lake, ALSO Lardo Valley, Slocan Valley, Columbia River and West Arm The above-named Districts are in the heart of WEST KOOTENAY Mild Winters. No Wind Storms. Ample Rainfall. Delightful Summers. And the Best of Markets. WiHlelitchange for City Real Estate or Farm Lands at Bona fide Values We Invite the Fullest Investigation. Easy Terms. N NELSON, B.C. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: C. A. VAN HEMERT, Rep. A.* Lethbridge Office Open Feb. 15th P.O. BOX 20761 : ? the public, such class of pictures, the popularity of their house is assured. For tonight, another bumper programme is "announced. "The Sheriffs Adopted Daughter" will be a film sure ; to please all, as it abounds with good acting. "The Wedding March," by the now-famous Rex Co., is also that class of picture that makes visiting a picture house enjoyable. There is a delightful comedy drawn around this picture, and it will be well worth seeing. . Two other good attractions 'will be run, making in all four pictures for tonight's show, which .should be,ample to satisfy all. Mr. .George Fleming; whose fine baritone voice, is. being much admired by the patrons of this house, will continue, to sing .each evening 'with a .change of song each night,:arid .anyone who has missed hoaring, this gentle: j man sing has missed a, treat, as he certainly possesses a -splendid voice, and uses it to great advantage. The �Morris' orchestra is also coming in : for ite: ahare' of praise, making as it does a visit to the house a pleasant great . feature and a crowded house jhour.weli spent.  * �. - At the Bijou ^ The management of this most popu-.lftj.nhQtODlay house iave exceUed.aU previous efforts to cater to their pat-ronB in securing for next week the most remarkable programs ever presented before the public. In future a guarantee will be given by the management of this theatre that patrons can rely on seeing performances -as, advertised through the press or by lobby display. For,Monday and Tuesday, in addition to the ever popular Pathe's Weekly, a two reel feature entitled, "The Last Performance" will be presented. Without the slightest doubt this subject is the crowning effort of the Pathe studio; every detail Is perfectly carried out, and un-'lilte �>any so called feature films, the story is woven In such an interesting manner that carries conviction to all who see it. ' For Wednesday and Thursday next watch these columns; something xmr usual in the line of moving pictures, is promised, For this week-end a capital program has been, arranged, versatile in its selection, meritorious in Its quality and of ai;highly educa-, tional, amusing; "and Interesting character. Tho 'tfrnial,weekly drawing for the children, will, 4ake place- at. tie, matinee on Saturday, and, the program is. one that 'will please- tlie little, ones: Whd are iiot^sl'ow.inapprociating,good, pictures.' Prices,.both matinee�and' aveniuE. aro 15c and 10c; boxes 26c' � "The Girl from Tokio" : One' of the most brilliant and successful farces produced at the Court Theatre, Berlin, in years, and which had the German capital in throes of convulsive laughter for' 215 performances, has been adapted for the English stage by Frank Tannehill, jr., and GeoTge W. Barnum. The translators have the farce for its presentation in this country, "The Girl from Toklo," and It will be produced j at the Majestic Theatre on Friday and Saturday, February.28 and March 1, by a particularly competent company, of players 'under - the direction of Frank O. Miller, of the Manhattan Opera House; New York �.Gity:* "The Girl from Tokio" in the English form. is said to be a very clever fun pro? t ducer, a sure" cure for despondency->; or the blues, and recalls'*(the fijemor-'1 ies of the lamented Hoyt and'hls vs&ll-