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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, .January 17, 101,3. THE LETH-BRIPGfiAiDAILY HERALD Pas� 9 ns TODAY AND TOMORROW V ANOTHER STIRRING "KAY-BEE" "The Dead Pays'' A Master-Piece of Military Sensationalism in Two Reels. Watch lor our Grand Opening AND ALSO SHOWING "With the Mounted Police" Exceptionally Good Story of our.; R. N., VV. M. p. nmversary Hidden Treasure A Cracking Good . Laugh Creator "S. S. Dubuque" Interesting Naval Subject. Coining Monday: Miss Amy Lawrence Recently With Geo., Edwards' Principal London Companies THERE WILL BE SOMETHING DOING FOR EVERYBODY Starland is Rapidly Being Transfo. med into a Veritable Fairyland and will be the BEST Photo Play House in the cfiy in every respect. MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW NIGHT ED, W. ROWLAND AND EDWIN CLIFFORD, (Inc.) -OFFERS- ArNEW PRODUCTION OF HUMAN INTEREST ' The Great New ' York,: Chicago and Boston Success FOUNDED UPON AN EMBLEM OF PURITY \:; v..,.., --By Edward E, Roue--r ". play" 4 pDVAT production CAST A (jIVCi/\I SERMON Wri^'ti* anti^.Staged by the Author of More Successes Than any ^.V;'- !; ('.pother Playwright in the World,.............. ',?^'se'ats,:'oniiSaIe at Kenny & Allin's Drug Store' AM "The Rosary" Tonight The stage settings in "The.Rosary" Rowland and Clifford's play which will be seen at the Majestic Theatre tonight, are very unique. The iirst act occurs in a wonderful  and beau-' tiful grape arbor; the second and third acts are laid in a charming interior, showing the atmosphere of serene home life, while tiie fourth is a new church built by the unbelieving husband for bis friend the priest. After all the discussions of the play, a wonderful effect is, attained by the peace and serene fjuiet of the church, where the man and the woman have suffered, come at last to lay down their burden and find peace. : Candida's Finest Photo-Platy House Program Today and Tomorrow Love vs. Money A STRONG DRAMA. A TWO-REEL FEATURE Evidence of the Film - ANOTHER STIRRING DRAMA Simple Simon and the Elephant i> COMEDY-A REAL, GENUINE 'SIDE-SPLITTER. That Loving Man f : . .'. A FUNNY COMEDY V " MATINEE, ,EVERY. DAY ' WE ARE FIRST WITH THE LATEST J. B. GASKELi-'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE . ... ' illustrated Song by.Frank E.- Evans. ' "TAKE ME BACK TO HOME SWEET HOME" At Starland The great feature at Starland for today and tomorrow will be another of the splendid Kay Be* military spectacles, entitled "The Dead ?ays,": a masterpiece of military sensationalism, showing an episode of the civil .war. The plot deals with a wounded Northern officer who eaves, tie life of a Southern soldier', and fails in love with- the latter's sister. A^South. fern spy, who. is a'cting as a Noythern officer, Involves them in terrible danger, from which the girl extricates them by accidentally killing the spy when he attacks her to secure a con-, fession which he has signed, in order to secure her' consent'to marry.'Mm; On the same program will also be shown a: .splendid -TauhanSef pro'dVc-' tlon, "With the Mounted'.Police,'* a story of bur great North West heroes\ and a ripping comedy,, 'T?he Hidden Treasure," a farce with' g, thousand laughs. ' At the Empress This popular photo-play house still continues to draw big crowd's, ' and judging by the Way last night's "program was received, it wilL contimie-to enjoy favor in the minds of Leth,-bridge citizens. ... " The program for today aiid tomorrow is an excellent one and promise's to be superior to anything yet -'shown'. The big two-reel feature; "fibye" vs. Money" is a strong draina which' should appeal to all. ..... ' ' . .".Evidence, of the . F.ilni.''. another, slirrinj; story in which the moving pictures are the means of bringing a confirmed crook to justice. Tlie two mirth producers "Simple Simon and the Elephant'' a,nd "That Loving Man", are 'guaranteed to send the audience into roars of laughter every minute. Don't miss thetn. Mr.' Evans will sing an illustrated song entitled "Take Me Hack to Home Sweet Home/' It you want to spend a pleasant hour go to the Empress. Matinee every day and be sure to bring the kiddies. EMC' VIE ARE BEING AIRED FINANCIERS :GIVE IDEAS ON INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AND CORPORATE POSSIBILITIES Washinton, "D.C., Jan. 17.-Liberty oiL individuals to concentrate money and power to the limit of their ability wa3 advocated today, before the, House ' Money Trust committee, by Jacob Schiff, of the New York banking firm of Kuhn, Lo-eb & Co. Mr. Schiff declared that individuals should be allowed to exert their powers to accumulate fortunes and powers, until the "laws of nature cause the attempted monopoly to fall of its own weight." He was opposed, however, to concentration through corporations and holding companies. Mr. Schiff coulft not say whether concentration had as yet reached a point 'where it was dangerous. The New York bond financier was followed by George Reynolds, of New York, on the stand. Mr. Reynolds told the committee that he had studied (she concentration of money and credit, and that, he believed the point it had now reached was "a menace to the country."1' He said that competition in banking should be revived; . The committee, adjourned after yesterday's session until next Wednesday. When  the committee re-convenes plans for taking the testimony Of-Win. Rockefeller .will be made. lIlLOORABO GifENlJP AS LOST Galveston, Texvr'Jan. 16.-No word [.'has been, receAv?e&4onight of. the Mor-gari line steain'e^nflOtado; eight days ^overdue, from New,, York to Galveston, and General ^anager W. J.  Jurgin, speaking for the. officials of the line, expressed the fear that the vessel, with her crew of 39 men, had been lost. " "I have no hbge.. of. the> s.Wp being, found," said Mm Jurgin, 'who arrived from New York; today/ TV��:SIXTEEN - PERISHED ; . Vigo, Spain, Jan. 17.-The steamer Veronez, with 149 passengers on board,' was - wrecked at an early' hour yesterday morning, off Tekioes; out of , tie port, of Oporto.. Eighty-four of the '.passengers were saved by life lines from the shore, but it is reported that sixteen were thrown out, of the bas-|-ket,.rand perished. ' " PROVINCIAL ASSOCIATION MEETS IN ANNUAL SESSION-LETH-BRIDGE MENTIONED Calgary, Jan. 17.-The Boy Scouts association of Alberta held their annual meeting in 'Calgary Wednesday night, the following officers being elected : President-F. W. Mapson. First Vice-President - Archdeacon Gray. Second Vice-President - Rev. O. Creighton. Vice-President-H. Baker, Medicine Hat. Vice-President-R. D. Davics, Leth-bridge. ' ' ' . Vic'e-PresidenWSheriit Campbell. Executive Committee Dr. Wilson, Carstairs. . .11. B." Chadwick, Edmonton. D. M.- Turner,. Calgary. Mr. Gibson, Red Deer. Mr. Chapman, Cochrane. Mr. Conybeare, Lethbridgc. J. M. Crystal, Medicine Hat. A vote of thanks was made to Col.-Walker.. He said that he always had taken an interest in the boy scouts and that he always would. He complimented the Red Deer and Leth-bridge boys and.said that they were ail in good shape. He thanked the scoutmasters for the earnest work they had done for so long, saying that all. depended upon them and that if they received the confidence of the boys' everything would go along smoothlv. lake The Teapot Test Put "SAL AD A" TEA in a warm teapot-pour on freshly boiled water - let stand for five minutes-and you will have the most delicious cup of tea you ever tasted. TURKEY'S. FINANCIAL PLIGHT Constantinople,- Jan. 1G.-Representatives, of an; international group have had several interviews with the Turkish finance minister, with a view to arranging a loan to relieve the pressing , wants of the Turkish treasury. Little ' progress has been made, and it is feared that nothing can be done until peace has been concluded.. HAS THE FLAVOR! THE FRAGRANCE! THE DELICIOUSNESS o* that makes Ceylon Tea the beverage of delight. In sealed lead packages ONLY. BLACK. GREEN op MIXED DEADLOCK ON THE POWER SUPPLY CALGARY COUNCIL REFUSES TO SIGN .LONG-TERM CONTRACT FOR JUICE ' Calgary, Jan. 16.-Representatives of the Calgary Power. Co., the, concern which furnishes  the municipal lighting department with electricity, and the city council, are at a.deadlock in the negotiations for a renewal of -the contract which expired Jan. 1. At a meeting held tonight the power company submitted a proposition to furnish the city with.15,000 horsepower at $2li, with a sliding scale reducing the price $1- per horse power per annum on every additional 1,000 horse-power used until the price reached $20, whicli would be the minimum, conditioned on the contract having a life of ten years. The aldermen refused to approve oE the long time contract and, the- representatives declined to recede from their position, and the matter went over until January 27. � IE 1915 COL. GOETHE EXPLAINS PROGRESS AND REQUIREMENTS Washington, P.C., Jan. 17.-Col. Goethe, chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission, told the House of the progress of the Panama Canal, aver which he expects to send a ship or two experimentally in the autumn, He and half a dozen bureau chiefs of the war department, spent the day at the Capitol explaining the official estimates of 56,700,000 that the/government wants provided for in the coming sundry civil appropriation bill to cover fortifications, batteries, camps and the like daring the next fiscal year. Ultimately the fortification expense- is estimated at ?16,000,-000. The date set for the opening of the canal is January 1, 1915. The kitchen of the � Beid: Line steamer Spokane 'was destroyed by Are at the Sarnia dock. wear PRICES' 10c AND 16c. EBERTS RE-ELECT TO SPEAKERSHIP B.C. LEGISLATURE OPE'NED YESTERDAY WITH USUAL CERE-. MONIES-NO LIBERAL ,l MEMBERS Viotoria, Jan.' 18.- The first session of the thirteenth legislature of British' Columbia was opened this evening by Lieut.-Gov. Patterson, with the usua{ ceremonies. Mr. D. B. Eborts, K. O;, was re-elected speaker. The speecli from the throne referred to. the- exceptional prosper ity throughout, the province during the past year j'1jq,-.'.tlie unprecedented influx of immigration and to the progress in the niiningVindustry which had in. the past: twelve-months..greatly surpassed-.any simpilar period ' in the 'hfst&rfrai''tyoaovineev-"~Thff poll! tax will: lie atSofished-at this session. The-legislative program is of a non-contentious char&Utgt&'antt rthe session' is^not likely .to exceed five weeks. The legislature does not contain one Liberal member. NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT Toronto, Jan. 16;-It hm been decided by the C- P.- R. to create- a department of investigation in charge of Mr., Robert Chamberlain, who until recently Mas been -connected' With the police commission at Vancouver. HE FELL , FORTY FEET Edmonton, Jap. 1(5.-A steel worker by the name of Abraham Connors, 24 years of age, employed on the pa'nfftges Theatre -building; at Second and -jasper', -streets, was precipitated foftytffe^t this afternoon, and sustained, serious injuries TTT  COLD WEATHER-SUGGESTIONS Cold'weathor suggests the replenishing of the Whiskey Bottle in the Medicine Cabinet. Wei have a splendid ,stock of alV.-tUe.' ljest known and reliable brands. , , :  ,, -, ;� button shoe; reg. .^3;00 to $4.00 ... $2.65 ',1 m i 79 I? r .. Sheep Lined 'Mo.Q^smsV and Wanigans for %> iTeamsters at reduced pnees-.1 -You can't afford to ; ?be cold at the pricesi \ye;;are selling WARM F?DGTWEAR Scene at "The Rosary '* wl)ich opens at the^'jestic ^Theatre'Tonight I- mm ;