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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .MONDAV, JANUAItV 12, 1911 THE LETHliRlMtiE DAILY IIKItALU PACK THREK s ry 0) U .So fe-i LO Something EMPRESS THEATRE For the first time in the city GAUMONT'S TALKING PICTURES The most wonderful production of the age New Splendid Two-Reel Essany Feature The Right Of Way A picture of intense interest o2. o. 3 S" en THE TALK OF THE MISS Belle of Yorktown A Gripping Romance During the Great Eng- land-American War of 1870. BIG REELS Wednesday's Special The Lost Chord WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO OF THEIR SHOWS Deep Purple" The uiofei sucoralitlouB people in world arc llie men and roinen nf thu mid one of their favored supi-rslilions Is that an author wlio slon be tco greatly ejtoi'ed. an-l all people who care to be up to he should i.iahe Jt a special .o sec ihese talking luree wlille they are here. Dunne has o vcr ml sue- Majestic Theatre 'ss liiusl necessarily laMo defeat Jn bis next ventuie. ThlE superstlllon I bas been Lome out by the careers of i fireat ir.anv l-it- World's foremost 'IrainallslB. :md many of o'.ir Lave followed their bluest liEls with plays that have fallen flat. Deep I'urplc" gives thlfi super- stition tlie lit. A year before Us pre- sentation, Patil Armstrong had writ- ten "Alias Jimmy ID tho short time of five days. The play won success, _was tte big bll nf llie York and Ctticayo anil twMde it Armstrong's prev io'.is plays paled ir.ia InsiEnllicJiiPii For a. it appeared lhal Arm- strong resting on Jils laurels. lit did liille literary work, spending bift time In (he police and probation courts, rc-fconerating criminals auJ performing a. tLousand and one little JUST ONE NIGHT TO-NIGHT THE ORIGINAL PLAY OF UNDERWORLD" The Deep Purple By Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner A PLAY FOR THOSE WITH RED BLOOD IN THEIR VEINS PRICES: 51.50; S1.00; and 25c- 5Dc now selling at Sherman Jtos Office the r-po chunked k (lie In the be, i.e., F6 UmoF, so thai opportunity he presented u> EOC and hear dif- ferent effects of the speaking, singing ami [list rumen lul music or the celebratfcJ of Ihe world's artists. In- cluded iti each will -subectt, featuring today Harold Jarrls in "Beautiful Isle of Home, amongst otacrE. )wip.c to tbe grcil cost Incurred In procuring Ihls novel specialty tbe prlco of admission to tlie evr-nlap, show'will be -6 and 10 cenlf, so uiucli patronised hy lartlps and children remaining at 15 and 10 ctatt as before. atari and Leads Br always beinp on the lookoiiL to ol wliat uas lo n his wedding day. to name, made ai.d bccarr.e a tutcetp lu bus In a a of HIP churcli. -IVANHOE11 COM. ING 3real Piclu'e Based an Scoll's Novel To Anptar at the Bijou u.ift of llit will hail 'with that tht; '-IvunhO'-" 'is. to .'.-rcsenlp.! :a Ihe Hijon. It [s naifrt on Scott's boy.s" aMl the nrr.c-s ivir-.' ai the old t'istk'. Tho Is loonhig forward tu school iii ihis jjii-wrc ln1- of its InslQtic- and cuticatloiiul ttilue. 'Plie inakiiiff of in ilris'iiiirl 1'V Ihu rc-iJiCbtnlatlVL-s of the- t'nliT-raal Film Co.. a Grand Masquerade Ball Coalhurst Theatre Friday, February 6th, 1914 Dancing to commence at 9 Luncheon will be served at midnight Genls Ladies Free Thirty years later he ic thej Jea] Of attention in Ihe of Cn-at "girl" whom he left ''waiting El the cburoli." See arrives j-al as he Is lit-lnc forced Into a mar- riage wl'.h a sovjr old Ti.ald lo whoni UL- .whose Is ilecds. One ivhile In con reran I ion U'tlson Mizner. WEEKLY Tiic l MARKET LETTQK ii? wccliK niariccl lellcr. like U'hnlcy, of Win- magazine, svriier. ex-goldsoeker In Ihc Yukon, prizefight manager, million- aire, and -wbal not, an idea for a. play presented itself, anO il-e two men rlosoltd Iliemselvcs for four days, c-m- with the completed manuscript of n four-act play. "The Deep Purple." The play was carried lo the Llehler i- Co. offices, where it tvas accepted before ihc' first act liad .been read. Its production folio wed speedily and Its success Is fctiowii lo all theairc- Socrs. If iliai of "Alias .limniy Val- eiilirc1' has not been eclipsed it has at least heeu equalled, and Hie pel superstition of R numerous profeFE most emphatically sbaLtererT. Lcllibrldge is to "have Us fJrst vieX ot llus drama, of the harpies and courges of New York's underworld onighl at the Majestic theatre. It will bo presented by a powerful -ast, including several players of na- tional reputation. Seats are on sale at the uuicc- IT "pay cr go to Jail Tor dubi." Then "" pulls the airluga and gets him out- of his predlca- mcnl, arangeB -for bis marriage lo old sweetheart. alno smooihr-s out JLEF brother Tlali'H IOT-J affairs, aad finally rr.arries herself 10 Sljrunt. tlie man irf her choice, aurfevilft More Each Week Popular H very secure all Ihc features for Us patrons. Slarland has secured for heartliner of innJgM's big programme what Is, possibly, the most interesting motion-picture drama ever produced, "Tlie Belle of Yorktuwn, or Hie English-American War of 1770." ThyE great production conic d In three Iho'j- EanU ft el or and telling as U does "a 'beautiful romance, full of hu- man Interest nnd depleting some of the heroic Incidents during this ter- rible struggle, "The belle ol York- lovii1 becomes a subject -which: will draiv capacity crowds lo the popular Starlaud tonight. In addition lo this remarkable [ea- lure, there TVlll also nc seen lonlgni, other big attractions well un to the Starland standard. Special mention is here made of the -rt-at novelty feature ivhich comes to Starland Cor two days- only, com- mencing namely "T.ho l.ORt O'jord." Tliis is a vcrv clever ptallon of the iioem by A. Proctor, tho miiFic for n-litcb was corapcsed by Sir ArUmr Sullivan. The intere5t not con- fined to ijapers, bin extended lo Ihu gene nil prc-ss as svc-11. A ivilt- er or. tin; Daily London went EO far as lo oblaiji an j tunity Jo appear In Ihe picture In ur i dtr UjaL hi- might lyr, be tier Ihe stirring about ll-.c old walls of Castle. Uurin; the making of [lie picture the natives of Ihc town of Chtpsinv.- interest in all tlie ordinary of life. According lo one writer. EQ anxious wore tho (ownsptoplc for the success of Ihe filming o. llie srcat s lory Uial they would have 'wailed on the Dukt of lleaufort to ask UiaL Di- rector Ureuon te given periuiFsioM to do aiiylhinK he liked vith the castle Uie amusement p-jbllt are at last re- anil its evcn If it liaj been alizlng thai the management of Ihi? necessary lo Jealroy c-jstlc In the Jiouse of arnuaemont arc determined final lo the public only tho best The] larjce who look llie ojjpor-! tunity of seeing the for file last of the week, were unanimous in approval, and the management :io hesitancy in presenting ihc gramme ior ihe firal half of the cur- red week, as it is in every reBnecl an excellent one. The ROES Jlros. offer a most inlcresliriE act. entitled "A JJa" In a and Introduce some remarkably clever and fast bosiug. Fitzgerald fc Co. hare a most spectacular present a rion, and In "A Shry. of the South" delight llie audi- ence. lo r.o'.s that Why Asquith and Law are Slow in Coming Together in Conference London, Jan. of the rta- sons for iho delay In The nc- W. C. the aerial contortion- i. Unionist leadtrs on the subject of Ul- supply at the Union Stockyards JiisL iinoui iiif a run ot cattle here Ibis 1V.P niaikct shunrd some iin- The ticmnnil was good th cinsscs ami we hart a strong market. Collie rlioicc slrcis (-.oiild command i7.50. Tlif best oal- lic snld hen: ai 7 routs and some cowu brought SC.2.1. Hulls arc Also strong Ihc best bfll'r.g at S- Rockczs 'ami feeders arc. coining small numbers the Imicrs arr bringing lo G ccnls ner pnuii'l. We look lor ;i strong trade nn c.itlic riglil ;ilong, (rood nic britiginc; Iroui S-J-00 lo snil MC solit a tow this wcrk at the lallcr price. Tho cnrv ami market is in n (Irnioralizcil conclilinn ami it i% altnosl impossihlr Id sell anything cvcopt chcjicc rows. Thc'tr.idc is easily SIO to per liriid The dairymen nil rl.iim Mial- the (rcamcrics arc all rnUJiig the of milk .down and Ibis iiccoiuils ior I IIP. slow follows, iIMivrrcd, led trd Choice sircrs, S7.QO to iT.fiO best inilrhcr Klnrrs -nul hrifcis, lo S7 in good hiiltlier steers MiA lififcrs. Sli lo cinnriion strcrs niul cnuh. J.'i-T'' lo mrdi- mn cov.s hcjfcrs, lo lii.-'Vd to cl-iO hcst to medium Sl.-r> lo il.T-T oven, f I Ijiills 11. Jo to So.2.1 iiieilLnni nud rommon h'lils. il.Z.i lo SI.39 licst focrlin.; slcrrs, Ibs.. In Sr( fciir lo icciUng slccrs, TOO lo fS.75; iieilcis iirc selling about :.fl els. per hundred Ijplou- IhcJ.c prirpj- Ijifilit slocfccr.4, Roorl (jLiallly, iri to Jj.fiQ Ijr.'it milkers sprinters, lo lo nicdium millifrs BjiMhgrrs to 530. Tt.c rrccipls of LOR? lir.ivv, luit Mm OcEii.ind qr.-oO all (In? choice hc'jjs .soJd nt fl.r C. It. >jrds at 8 cciili: of: rars. Vrsierday llici sold nt the I'nion ATfJs al (cd and l( easlcTii inavkcls keep up 'AC dtm't (o srp Ihrni sell lower liar ill v any arid nn i.ilr Urst inals Jr. 17. Talking Piclurtc nt the Empress is one of tiic most notalile dales In Ihe history of the picture piny houses of the cltj-.of ]Jnlh'trtil.5f, up I lie date when the svorld- famouB talking iiicturcs will be intro- duced for tiic lirno in [he city. house of Ganmonl ate Iho oriR- nnd only successful manufactur- ers of. the ereatesl innovation in the field of enlerlAiuincnt in MJO mov- ing nicturo "world at modem dayg, v.-hicii lj absolute to" our patron s of tbc perfection of n 10 ex- hibition. all points of vievr, ciilllic, cdncalional, inslnictivo aud nslnp, llie tmiiortance the occa- "Bunty Pull tht Strings" At last i? coming lo Leihoridgc'.Sho 1ms Rnccepdo.1 in set- linK London, New York and Chie-ngo and the Canadian provinces topsr: turvy and will spread the fever to TV ben "Bunty I'ulls the Strings" opens at the Majestic on Monclaj', Jan. ISlh. The story the aemo of simplicity a alniplo chronicle nf a Hlgli- lainl family, whose daily life IE cloae- ly allied wllli the church, "lliinty Vulls the Strings" to adjust the nionial afftiirg of her father, I brother herself. Her father, years left his bride-to-be on ist. Is a. wonder, performing apparent- ly impossible feats with an ease and gracB that compel admiration. Jac'i McGucktn is a Scolrh comed- ian Tho tings and tells humorous Etorita In a lualnl, criminal way (lift! bound to be appreciated. The Trariagon-iont. respectfui'y com- onds the performances to all Ihe entertainment being entirely free front anything: coarse cr vulgar, and n-hilc- the high siandaid le main- the popularity of, Ibis house Is too'.md to Increase, Matinees arc given dally at p. romances nSjhlly, at 7 ancl 9 p.m.; eliildren. cents; ndulls, S3 let connection an amateur Is being arranged for each Friday even- ing, which will give aspirants for the ifage an'oxcelleut cf Inp tljeir Initial bow. Suitable prizes bt (he applaiieo of Uie oppoailioa U> Home Ilulc, been tlie lack of personal relaiions (he Prime Minister Jiid Honor Law, the leader of the Oppoai lion. In England, nnlll rcceni tiic relations between tlie heads of the two great irirties such that ne- gotiations of the kind rouM very ily be opcnetl at uonjc eoclal function, thus depriving them of thai fonnaliiy vhich to often prevents-EUC'I liucr- from being surcc-ssfuj. -Mr. AEqnilb. and. Arthur Uslfo'.ir. Lbc late Union wtre, ;il though they differed on almost every conceivable pereon- ally on (he most cnrdinl and Intimate terms, and in their informal convcr- were to settle- many mat lers, which otherwise rrfstiL fiavc caused no end of fricliun. Xot ?o Boiiar Law tiic Prime .Minister. was an untried man being the, verdict for first I when he was elected Icaclei- of the honors. Those wishing to nnler must givn and style of act (o the management on or before (1ft3- evening; those entering after that will appear tho Callow Ing week. Opposition, the Unionists, who wanted Austen Chamberlain as leader, and the Cor.serva- Ihrs, who wanted Waller could nol to an agreement. He Is an SIR THOS. SHAUGHNESSY, K.C.V.O, GIVES HIS IMPRESSIONS ON THE PPESENT- FINANCIAL SITUATION .Inn. "ivas "with some trepidation that our Inlcrvinwftr btgan lo cover the forly (cet between Iho doom-ay and ttio flosk of Sir Thomas Shaiigbnessi'e beautltul room hi the- ncv.- rp.ctang'f: of tlie Windsor slalio-" Hut Sir Thomas most, gallantly sliorUupil Ilic Journey nnd Icrl us lo [y ngrfjnl to If during Hie now nnd then the dark n.iluul rich Lokliarn rJK- i'C lilis F.iluallon. ample dignity seemed so fiillnc home Tor HIR brains of so worldwide nn underlaying. Sir Tlionnis foiind no lo be otherwise thnn cheerful. "Tliopo ivlio the Immense iiAlurnl repo'jrcc.i of be bc- "and (he enterprise of Ihosc im fear for Ihe future. If liicrc has In duo to dlstrectlj- at waltiFcoatlng It' was hi and Good Suggestion to Lethbridge People It ii .surprising tlic a mom it of old, foul ninttcr the slmpl'j mil- lure of buc-kthorn bark, glyftcr- Ir.o. elc., fcnowi] ns drains from Ihc syaUitn. This icnuily became by cnr- Ajipondfelllft ni.d acts UOT11 Ilifi upper inul lower IJDW- so Llioro'.iably that. DOSI-j relieves pour .stoniaclir' ga: Ihc Etoinoch and r.onFl'- iialioii slmost 1.MSIEDIATKI.Y. Wi- arc mlch'.y Blf.'l arc fnr Artlcr-lhA. .1. IJIglnbottinm fc Co.. [stringent monetary cornllllons In Ihc world's lias 1'ro- vtded Canadians wllJi an opportunity to audit anrl economize on their mctliods of expenditure. 1 eueafc not only of the cxnc-ndllurc of public hnL also (Jiat of private Tho hlgj cost living which lias recently become a subject of com- ment In ncHS.oapcra Is largely due to the" lost of higli living which over- Lakes those come Into the 1'Os- rr np wggca to which hive not been accustomeJ. "'Tho pauso In the flotv ior info Canartn has tnerefore been fatns- ilclal In Ibat II hag enforced on Caii- atlidns lljat careful And economical himhint, In biiElneca nnd In private affairs which has been dig rfifil secret o' Canada's oast pros'- Polity. "Thp. (low of tinmlgralion into Cnn- nJci cannot for if Is duo to economic condllioiis which show no ot "anaiiging. Wages, ihp price of good land, mid the ovrortunHy for work, and all in iavor of Canada as compared wltn Great UriUIn and Llie Unite J Stales, our former compctUor for Ihis dmnitgr.i- tlon. is no TV IncllncJ rather to restrict than encourage any further Influx. Tflc pooresi laborer corning- into a v country such .is Canada ia Ihe in- carnation of capital for he wllli lilni lh? capacity lo work and to Uansorm syme natural resources Into a Ihinp liiat he used; and Ilius by his lahor creates wcallli. Carp-la Ihcroforo nnial wcl- c-ome Die Immigrant for many years lo come nnd imisl conUnac to provMa Increased facilities of IranGportatlon. colonization and bo'-ship. TO provide ada aro also and a con- siderable number nf American iiun- cturcrsi arc thai It pnys lliem In have branch Ccinadiaii fac- tories, av.d to employ Canadian liihor. Tliis ii a movement which wp hi-arti'y such the Ihiropcan capital- ivelcome, nnd I sure vill Tonight BIJOU "Jean Val Jean" The Outcast Production, Adapted Vicdir nurd's CelcUnilcd "Li'.s Misorublcs" TWO (1001) COMKDIKS 1'ntlic's Aninialcil Coming Ivanhoe" Coming SHERMAN THEATRE The Only Vaudeville House in the City TO-NIGHT Tuesday and Wednesday Ross B '.Ihers Lela FilzGerald Co. WORLD'S GREATEST JUVEN- ILE BOXERS W. C. Forbes AERIAL CONTORTIONIST In a Spectacular "A STORY OF THE SOUTH" Jack McGusken SCOTCH COMEDIAN FOUR OF TMF. WORLD'S BEST PHOTO PLAYS MAT1NEF, DAILY AT 2.30 p.m................... 15c. anif EVENING at 9 p.m., AiJulia 35c; Children 2ic. Special Amateur Night Every Friday inl end the Inverter 'n-lll, In rny opin- ion, continue to fuinlah 'the money, for.'owing to Iho propaganda carrlM J by the Dominion and Iho 1'rovlnclfli governments the Canadian I'aclfic railway and other Ir.dygtrlal bodlec, fee labor ami-for profitable Invest- ment of capital, and U Is only the 'temporary financial ilrinsertcy, due chleflr to lie Balkan war, irhldi has caused any apparecl slackening of Burh Invcstmenl. The spier.did in tbe uesl and the conatrncUvo program, tar- ried on pailtcularjy -by Ihe Canadian I'acific, has caused money (o clrcii- prove n. good iinoBdncut for ihe Am erlcane concerned, f'Jn o 'word, I am Fllll, ns always have been, an ontiinlst so far :ia our Dominion Is At close of our Interview Sir Thonir.s ccurleouRly offered lo us tbc room Immediately ruljo own, wherr bis board now i arid where Ihc inrmory of -fonnci' j Ls r-rc-aervod by three striking porlrallF. ono of Lord ytrathcona former prcsiilr-ulR--- hord Mount Slci'hen and Sir William Van Homo. There is space rm liie vails for many porlraltg hi the future; and Ike f of the Dominion In the century yet be In a larpn meaE- lubtralod by other figures, (lie uevl of v.-hlcli and one of.the most nolalj'e will lit that of Sir Thomib hlmpejf. lain i might otherwise nave li lacking, and the'aeBlern farrr.era who contribute so much (o Canada's pro- arc therefore looking forward to ncrL year with bright Man- iifaclnrlns conditions In Kaelern entirely differoiiL (ypc Ilinn the lead- ers I'fiiglanil tins been natd to. Train- ed In a severe Scottish business at- mosphere, he hns uone of-Ihu finesse and diplomacy Unit comes naturally lo ihe Kngtlsh, parliamentarian, who from cbildlioort bas brcn c-ditcatcd lo nmonj Ilic legislators of his country. Mr. has a more dircrt way i with him lEian the average House of jj Commons man, :ind prcoaKy wilhout Intending to offend, very says things iliat .iro not p.isKy forzottcn by those at whom they arc alincil. J'Or ciairrjjle, .Mr. HA I four woitld never have made niialake, as Alp. Law did. of aceuxine -ATr. Asqnlth in Iho [louso of C'QinnionH of having Do and making a rftlculnU'iI mls-statcinnnt. Mr, Asctiillli al the lime roscnlod Hits very bitter- ly, and it slill vanfclca In Iho breasl of his followers. tl.u platfoiui. loo. Ue has a di- refillcfs (hat, wlnlv il ;irouse's an aiidlcnte. nol jippear well in j print, fjpctially conslng from the party pndc.s on its 5onllrmanly inslfncls, Tlicrc-foro. tbc nccotlntlona in re- CALL TO THE COLORS ml to Ibo Muestloii iiiusl be i 1'ietorlj. of Sontli Afrlto, slartcJ by Ilia of the further proHair.alion rall- 'cadcrs, and as fjr aa tbe' CnlcnfMs j Int men of (be dr-fmsr- arc concerned, might be carried lo a j force lo the colors frns Issued hen- iaallty by Iho juniors in the patty. I today. This flop taken l-y Ihc On fno Liberal aide, nowever, tlie aiitlioritlcs in view of the possibility final word must come from Mr. As- j of urlricanreaG dlsl'-fbaiicca Ihe orders for M general strike by (he labor federations. SALVATION ARMY OFFICER GETS PROVINCIAL POST Vancouver, D.C.. Jan. 11. Col- lier, formerly a In the Sa'- Grand Masquerade Carnival Friday, Jan. 16th, '14 AT THE COSY Roller Rink AT 7.30 P.M. 6 VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN JUDGING AT 9 P.M. SKATING BEFORE AND AFTER JUDGING DANCING from 10.30 to 12 p.m. Admission 2uc. Skates Z5c. FRAUD LOSSES York, Jan, arinunl IOSSCH by mcrchanla Ihro-.igli frauds i-ummltl-; I in tills cllly, agyrejatod Armv, lias sup- j 000. lo a committee erlnlrndent of a Provincial Girls Res- cue Home, lo IIP opened on February to Vancouver. ShiJohm The fimily ittr.cdT for Colds. Em.II Jtir- SmiU Kitt ib.c ;S70. lo tiic .Mcrciianls' aFsociation, nnd olhpr leading organizations wlildi railed upon District AUornc} loday with lo :i snri- oiift 'of ilieso The pro'cculor appolnUd Arlliur C. Train, nf hi? to lianOld cases Na Dm Co Laxatives are good for children Ixcr.isc Ihcj art lo tatf, ffnliE ecLiod, do not irrilale Ibc nor dcvtlop o nctr) for conlnnal _or increaserl dostJ. J5C. a boj, >l joir NitiHll Drill Ck. mlol Co. J. 177 ;