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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wediiowclji:^', Febiuary 19, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALB BIJGU THEATRE The House of Select Photo Plays Features All This Week WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "RUBE MApQUARD" � In Two Reefs The Famous New York Pitcher in the Most Exciting Baseball Story Ever Told "THE t-ITTLE INDIAN MARTYR A.Pathetic Story of Indian Faith "BlH.y B0GG3' WINDFALL" A Day's Outing-Two Mirth Producers of Merit FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A Splendid Two Reel Subject 'i "THE RED IWAN'S HONOR" Replete With Interest and Exciting Episodes -TWO EXCELLENT COMEDY SUBJECTS-SURE TO AMUSE PRICES: Matinee and Evening. 1Sc and 10c. BOXES 2Bc. Matinee: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT The Latest Fad of New York and Chicago-^Unique Novelty T'v'sa'vrAl^rtfiiiA harold B. meade; � Fiel.VC;IOgU.6 Soldier and Raconteur To the Durbar IN. KINEMACOLOR-NEW STORIES, NEW SCENES SEE 500 ELEPHANTS; 1000 CAMELS'; 5,000 SOLDIERS. SPECIAL PRICES : : : : : : : .25c and, SOo. TODAY AND THURSDAY . '.'THE . STRUGGLE" An Intense Two-lieel Koature. "0.*! THE JOB." 'Twill Stimulate your Laugh Machinery. "JUST KIDS" Cute Catchy Comedy 8CENES.IN NORMANDY Delljsjitful Travelogue "A FORTUNATE RECOVERY^ Well Worth While MISS AMY LAWRANCE � In Songs. Commg Soon "THE MASSACRE " Special Children's Candy inee on Saturday Mat- Morris Theatre TONIGHT "Sundered Ties" Held Over. By Special Request "The Girl in the Gingham Gown" - A Tragical Love Story "Jiin Bcntley's Adventure" A bright and interesting story of the west showing many feats of daring "An Eventful Bur-gain Day" "Po8tniaii" TWO GOOD COIMEDiES MR. GEO. E. FLEiyiING The Famous Baritone' THE MORRIS THEATRE ORCHESTRA . Under Directfon'.of Prcf. Vestook PRICES: ; : ' :� 10c and 15c. jyOGMENTS IN SIJME COUR Ottawa, Feb. 18. - Tho supremo court opened the -winter session, to-tiay, all the judges being; present, Sir Charles Fitzpatnck, tho chief justice, presidine. Ill the following appeals argued last session judgments were delivered : � -Nova Scotia ,Car Worlts vs. tho City of Halifax. Appeal allowed at cost, the chief justice dissenting. Picldcs and Smith vs. China Mutual In.surancc Co. Appeal disiuis-sed with cosLs. Canadian Pacilio Railway company vs: Carr. Appeal ilismisseri. City of Montreal vs. Layton. Appeal dLsmissed with costs. Duniont vs. Krasor appeal aUowcd-Judgment of trial judc;e restored, Davies j>n(l Anglin dissentine;. Houlter vs. Stocks. Appeal dismissed with costs, Mcrherson vs. Mnhrimj;, West Lome case dismi.ssed, with costs, Davies and BroUeur dissenting. Jntcrnational C'a.sualty Co. vs. Thompson. Appeal dismissed with costs, Davies and An,i;lin dissenting. MUSIC ANDDRAMA rConducted by FIDELIO) ON CONSCRIPTION London, P'eb. 18. - Lord Hoberts, who has long been striving heart and soul to induce the nation to adopt tlie principle of a national military At the Bijou To sit in the most comfortable photoplay bouse In Western Canada and see an exciting baseball game be. tween the New York Giants and the Pittsburg Pirates, with the famous pitcher, Rube Marciuard, coming in at the ninth Innings and saving the game for the Giants, will be the privilege afforded photoplay fang at the Bijou tonight and toinorrow. The game' is one of the finest over projected, and the story woven round the game Is replete with sensatlonni and interesting situations, and the demon strations given by Rube as to the various deliveries used is a marvel of photography. The effort to stop him from playing the game and the manner in which the scheme is outwitted is vividly told, and lends an added initerest and excitement winch the spectator at once realizes. Tlio pro gram throughout is an excellent one and includes a pathetic dramatic production entitled "The Little Indian Martyr," and two delightful comedies that compel the smile thai won't comc off. It is interesting to announce the favorite Priesz Bijou orchestra has been augmeinted to five pieces, and the music dispensed is such that compels admiration. Bach piece of music played is selected to suit the subject thrown on the screen, and under the capable leadership of B. M. Priesz is calculated to increase the popularity of this house. For Friday and Satur. day a special two reel feature will be included In a banner program. The title, '"The Red Man's Honor," conveys an idea of the .story, dealing with the dannishness of Indian tribes and the sacredness witli which they hold the unsullied name of the iTlhe to 'Which they belong. Tho subject is a vei-y interesting one and the various scenes throughout of such an interest that one is apt to forget tho surroundings and be transported to the actual scene of the story. � Kinemacolor at Majestic Wonderful indeed were the KJne macplor motion pictures of the Dut bar shown at the Majestic last evening before a large audience. The lecturer, Mr. H, B, Meade explained every detail In an interesting and witty manner., Seeing the pictures was almost as satisfactory as being present at the Durbar in person, for every part of the great pageant was .,,.;,,, shown in natur*'^ own coloring, in a ^tr^ l^yiu^^Sau'^itreXr-"^"-^ ^he -rgeous trap- her defensive forces, has opened the P�Ss of the elephaJlt^, camels and INVESMi'M , MRS OF GRAIN Fort WilUani, Ont., Feb. 18.-The Dominion Grain Commissioa held tha Iirsl of a series of meetings in Fort �Willidm this morning and showed keen interest m the protection of spals pn. cars of grain. Quantities of grai^n..have'been stolen from the oars while they have been in transit, waiting movement in yards at short periods. From � the manner of the members of the board, it is likely that a serious investigation- will he'held. lEi IN cmRy Caplgary, Fob.lS.-The seventh annual convention'of' Canadian Builders Exchanges opened this miorninB with fifty delegates m .attendance - from various parts of the Dominion. They were formally welcomed to, Calgary by Mayor Slnnott ;in a felicitous .speech. Vice-Prcsident"-'iIarr' of the local exchange, gave,a short address ', of welcome, and the remainder o� the morning session was -taken up with preliminaries. The convention, got down to business, this ^ aiftBrnoonii, ' > PUBLIC campaign for a big army. In a speech at l^ristol, he said the first object of. the national ..service horses, with gay costumes of the natives and brilliant 'UnitormB of the soldiers under the cloudless skies of league,-which ha.1 arranged'the cam-'i India ient themselvc^no the Kinema-paigu wasito insure the safety'of tlis j iolor process in a most satisfactory Lsland and maintenance of the great way. empire. lie had no desire to stir up i well tlie aggressive or jingo spirit of the nation. Peace, not war, was his aim and earnest desire; What he desired to foster and develop was a more manly and more .patriotic spirit. I-lp wanted young men to realize their importance and their responsibility as part of the nation. AGAINST KINGSTON ALDERMAN BEREAVED Kins&ton, Ont:, P^b. 18.-Last night the wife of Alderman Allan StroUd, died suddenly after retiring -to hed. She! had waited uip for her husband who had been attending a meeting of the .city council. NUISANCES; ;  AQAllil. IN COOP London, Feb. 18.-Miss; Zpeli* Emerson, the militant';'Suffragettei--of .Tackson, Mich., who is oawylng ona r!"''^ fri"'!"'^-!"'T!^^ ,' Wa7ker"tw'rmornUrs'in'raulriritt^^^^^ ,r,,i r.j' .....i.T, a warning issued by tho Do- Wiimipeg, Mon., Feb'. 18.-"Canadians who go to the Argentine Republic'to take up land or homestead do so at great Nothing hut dis-; aster has overtaken those, who: have gone there.":  "Thi-s was the statement of Canadian Imm'igration CoimiTissioner Bruce east end of London,,in company with' MJas Sylvla'-Pankburst/ was"agai'a ai--rested today. She was l�imedlately taken before the police magistrate and sentenced tq a terra of , two months' hard, labor. ,, r Miss Emerson and her c.o'mpartions broke all tlie wIndo^v^s.;,of.',l!he Liberal aBsooiation's building, at ,Bow last night.' 'Miss iSylvIaPanlchurt'was-'alaov sentenced by- the magistrato ,.to -two mouths' ha-rd labor. >-,. . ' Coras Ended Foreirer For 15 Cents Please, stop and consider.' ' The corns you,are paring, and dftiilJingr, and doctorinfii can bp; .ended, forever, tin 48 hours. . Aod without any discomfibrt, ' . Apply a little Blue-; jay plaster,' and the corupainstopsat once.' Then forget the corn.' In two days take off -the. plaster and lift out the corn, �" - , v ' This is the only,scientific'way to terminate a corni'  . It is so efiicient that, folks now use it on a million corns a taonth. It is gentle and easy and comfortable, , And Blue-jay does what nothing else will do. Try it oa 'One corn. . � -. � . -, � ~a iri tho picture is tlio soft B & B wax. U loosenS tho coro. *' . ' B Btopatlio pain: and keeps tlio wux from sproadlnir. j. C wraps arottnd tho too.- .THu bo cjbiafortablo.- � i ,! d Is rubtJor adheslvo to tnstonUie plaster on. 'i r �? Blue^jay Com Plasters ^ � Sold by Drusgiats-IScVind 2_Sc per Rackaga / ^ _^ :; I :t Samplo.HttUeiJ'RrooV. .Also Blq&.Jay Bunrotfl'lasters." ; '- (285) Bauer & Black, Chicago & New York, Malccrs of Suroical Dreisiiigs, etc The pictures, are educational as as ' entertaining aaid no one should miss the opportunity to see them tonight, which will be the last e.vhibition. ; TOfMesBTs. Uurbaiiijftnd .Smith, who after twelve years' cons'tant study In the realms of physics, perfected tlie Kinemacolor process we are indebted for the new era which has dawned for the moving picture Industry. In no instance must kinemacolor bo confounded with the handJtinted films or'those machines colored by the stencil method. , Kinemacolor moving pictures are not colored artificially: Nature does the w.ork, and it is this invention or discovery that gives particular value to the Kinemacolor photos. Tlie pro-! cess is highly technical and a full de-' scrlptlon would neoeasitate a long EClentifib disciulsition.  The real se crefc of the kinemacolor process Is in the sonsatizing of the film. This ne. cflssitftted exhaustive experiments covering a period of nearly three years. Finally a product was obtained whlcli in ordinary sunlight Is sensitive to color-waves from the brightest of violets to the darkest of reds. "When the 1 kinemacolor camera Is ait work, a If you imder-work your jaws-^ You over-work your stomach. If you enough enough. don't chew your food you don't make saliva Digestion needs it. This chewing dainty supplies it. s .ill So if you nwasi swallow food hastily^" leE this mint flavored morsel give refresKingi improving relief to your poor, tired digestion. Let it steadily improve your teeth and appetite. BUY IT BY THE BOX It costs less-of any dealer-and stay^ fresh until used. Look for the spear Avoid imitations Wm. Wriglcy Jr. Co.. lid; 7 Scott Street , >' .Toronto, Ontario �. jyEmo', Adv., Chicago Made in Canada THE PEOPLES' FORUM empliasiztng the forthcoming presentation of "The Massacre",, which will he shown at an early date. The regular children's 5 cent matinee will bb given on Saturday, at Editor Lethbridge Herald:, ; - , which each child wiir to iriven a neat !' Sir:--Really, things' appear to be, box of pure candv, whilst the most In an awful state In Liethbrldge, /If minion governTiient against: emigration there. The action of the government, explained Mr. Walker;: arises from the fact that Canadians ..who have gone to the Argentine have been  I'ali" of carefully selected, light-filters reduced to penury, and the � Canadian 5Jft the color waves o^ thc scene on to government has had to assist them. LLIS WES! TO DEFEND SUIT ''Loudon, Feb. IS.-Geo. F. M. Corn-Wallis West I entered an appearance .a-t [ Somerset House on January 30 th to defend his wife's suit for divorce. Mrs, Cornwallis West has for more than 30 years been, a prominent figure on both sides of the Atlantic. .Mrs, GornwalIl.s West recpntly ' organized . the great festival .caVled. '�'Shakespeare's England"; aiiattemtipt to m3,ke the England of the days of tile Bard of Avon," alive again' 'at ,____^ , ....._____ Earls Court. One of tho features ^of o7prorram"at "starland, includini; -a the exhibition was an old time joust, massive two reel oRering, "The in wbich the knights: and, ladies were ; struggle.'' flense and dramatic situ-memibers of the, qritish', nobility,. : .It ^^^^^ crowed each other throutihout was .1 great success and Mrs. Corh- ^,his big feature, showi'hg individual wallis West, for a time, had the idea .-encounters, battle scenes, and tho oon- this highly sensatized film and permit thorn to be recorded separately, and in due proportions. After the reel of, film bearing these colon records has been .subjected to the proper developing: and dry Infe processes, it is placed In the motion picture machine, .i This is fitted with somewhat sim-; ilar filters, and as 'the film is run through: and thrown on the screen the color waves are again set In motion. The proportion of colored light then served out to the observers being the same as at the outset, the original scene is re-constructed, as. It were, to the eye. We now see an exact reproduction of every eolor as shown before the camera. ) At Starland Numerous good attractions will be introduced on today's entire change popular child in attendance will receive a hanri.some box of chocolates. At the Morris Another vast crowd ^witnessed the excellent programme that was present ed at this beautiful fiamily theatre last night.; "Sundered Ties," the principal feature; will bc shown again tonight �by. spc'cial reqijest of many of 'the patrons who saw this beautiful feature last night. It Is an^ intensely interesting story of the war between the-North and the South, where brother fought 'brother. Space 'will not allow to giv� the story in full detail; but tho management la running 'the picture again tonight In qr.der to give every one an,opportunity of seeing It before leavIngVhe city. ' : Anoth-er splendid drama and two cracking, good comedies were also shown. Mr. Fleming, the baritone singer, Vecelved such hearty applause last night, that he was compelled to return to the footlights for a repetition of his song. The Morris orchestra under the direction of Prof. Ves-lock is becoming quite popular with the many patrons. See todaly's advt. tor the ^plendld attraction tonight, and dlnna forget that the programme ohangeis every night. "Blowhard" can be 'termed a judge of affairs. Any reader at a ,;7 �'dl^ns say thai; if',tHey lilte, hut " the m�tl(3r foimtrv dois not want theiS assisiiaucc, unless freely accorded. 99 7222 30 ;