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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlnirsrtay March 20, 1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALB Page 3 Tomorrow TOR THE LAST TIME The Three-Reel Sensation "The Lure of the Violin" The Feature we have Boosted-iThe iFea-ture that more than "Made Good" last night. , ' : At Every Show MISS LOUI,SE ELLIOTTE Will Sing "I'D DO AS MUCH .FOR YOU." OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS GRAND HOLIDAY ' PROGRAIVI-EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION "The Counterfeiters'* �' "(TWO RKELS) Excitement Galore-A Real "Reel" Feature LOtJLSE ELLIOTTE "IN HER BROTHER'S CLOTHES" Will also Sing the BIfl Laughing Song Suctess "FOOLISH QUESTIONS" TWO GREAT COMEDIES �> Will. Gonipiete This Great Program fe THE GRIEAT LAUGH PRODUCERS Herald Square Entertainers ; A Mo.st Enjoyable Evening's Amusement Under, the Auspices of - IvNOX SUNDAY-SCHOOL . S. O. E. HaM, Friday* March 21 DON'T MISS IT! ADMISSION: $1.00, 75c, and 50c,-^I'ickcts ciui lie pUixluisecirroni Ridpalh, tlic lailor, or any" Sunday Scliool McJiibers. � ' - Inspiring and Popular Sacred Cantata In Wesley Church, Good Friday Evening, March 21st ^> 'Mr.- Fleming, Baritone, Mr. Petts, T e^or, and Mr. Sadow8l*yReAPiy Vo,sxART:>\^RK.^ Wagrath, Alarcli IS.^St. Patrick's pay was obser\-ed here by the Wo-iiiuii's Reliel' Society, which organization commeniorated the 71st anni-Vorsary of the association, falling as it does on the. ifeBtival of th&'Irish ealiit. Several hundred people aa-ienibled at the Klectrlc Theatre at 3 o'clock-in the afternoon and the festivities were continued until midnight. >Tl)e ^xofimm was most interesting and Instructive, .especially the addresses hy the ladies on the organization and alms of the society. Mrs. 'K. Rasrausseu sa,soclety:^ Secretary J. E. Fletcher of the Ma-grath Creamery association, stated yesterday that the plant would sure be in O'peration by the iirst of April. The association had been disappointed in a buttermaker named .Light, who, after entering into a contract with them, had left ,th% country. Mr. Fletcher said Light had since written' him apologizing for his action:- The association has now secured the seT-vlees of Gordon Palmer, now residing at Chin. Mr.. Palmer is a graduate of the'Ontario Agricultural College and has had eight years' experience in the cronmory business, thus nuali-' tying him for his position as manager of tlie local plant.^ He will arrive in Magrath ou the 27,th and the plant will likely open on the first oX April. It is 'the purpose of the association Morris Theatre To-night The Juvenile Bostonians Andran's comic opera $1.00, 75c, and 50c. to ipiport cream from Ra^fjraond and Stirling and Welling, special rales having been secured from the. CP. The Board of Trade will hofd'tjie: regular monthly meeting irf the t6wn hall Thursday eyerfing next. A good attendance is- urged as many important matters will b'e discussed. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hich returned home from Utah last Saturday -even-' In'g. Mr. Rich is feeling much jm-r proved in health. �>  BRITISH COURT, TO MOURN ^ London, March 3 9.-The British court will-go into full mourning for three' weeks and into half mourning for another, weelc. The Greek minister � on .leaving aiarlborpugh history of motion pictures at Starland lm.s an audience been raised to aiich a height of excitement and riutluisfasm as was last night's big andience over the splendid three reel feature, "The Luro of the Violin." it proved to be possibly the best three reel attraction ever s�en here, for It is one long combination and sncccsslon of exciting climaxes, thrills, and wonderful situations. The love story throughout is subliriie and appealing, whilst the many battle scenes sliown in the first reel are tremendous. Taken on the whoTe it is a feature which Is well worth seeing, "The Lure of the Violin" will- be shown for the last time.s today, in conjunction with a number of other first class attractions. Miss Louise Elllotte Is continuing her run of succes? at StSrland every day, with her clever impersonations "In her brother's clothes.'' she renders the very latest song successes each day, meeting with well deserved applause. For the week end she will sinj? the big laughing hit "Foolish Quitstions." If.* � ^ At the Morris "Princess Chic," the bill presented liy the .Juvenile Bostonians last night was greatly enjoyed by a crwoded house. Miss Thom Hellen, with her splendid soprano voice, again delighted her audience. Miss Billie, O'Neill, as Charles the Bold, displayed her talent in an excellent manner. Miss Canfield and Miss Jlyllnge, as soldiers of fortune; .^Jis.'J Henry as Cham bcrtin, :and Misa, White, as Poni-mard, were the fun makers of the-evening, and won for themselves loud applause, especially in their auar-tette "How are we to know." The �musical numbers, .scenery and costumes were, all of the best. Considering that "The Princess Chic" is a New York success that has only been put on,by an "all, star" cast, the Juvenile Bostonians are to be highly complimented on the admirable 'way in tvhich they haiidled the heavy and difficult roles; 'from start to finish the comedy went with a splendid swing. �' Tonight the bill will be Audran's comic Optra "Olivette." That the Bostoliians are quite capable of handling the beautiful music of this opera is certain; and they cannot fail -to present the prett ylittle work in their usual brisk and chic style. ' . Monarch^^^lieatre In spite of the frigid atmosphere prevailing during thp'last few days, this popular and ^cozy theatre' has been well -patronize^^. .'In^yiew oi: the splendid' photo-plays'.'pre^ented, 'with the beautiful music, it is, not- to be wondered at. Tonight a strong programme will be in order:: two comedies, "The old love letter," and "on ifacc and lackamoor," being laugfe provokers; while the drama is wel! maintained b.y the western feature "His Little Partner," and the beau, tiful photo-play, "It Happened Thus.". Coupons are now helng given with tickets for out ne.\-t diamond ring drawing, to take place on April 3. Be sure-and keep your coupons; they are valuable and may win thc beautiful prize.  � ' At the Bijou ; Have you seen the programs presented this w6ok?. The films, coupled with 'the singing of popular airs by'"Mi8s'E. Liniey Jones,_,p]ace^ this house in the foremost rank of amusement places. Last night the large aitdience thoroughly appreciated the pictures projected and s.howed their enjoyment of the song number by loudly.applauding. For Good Friday and Saturday a program of unexcelled, merit has been arranged. At the request of many patrons Miss Jones will render some very clever readings and at the matinees both on Fi'iday and Saturday she will give some humorous readings especially, for the children. A very strong drama from the Edison studio entitled "Runaway Doris" is wiell worth the price of al--mission, dealing with a phase of life too often heard of at the present day. It is with, every assurance the management .commend this -, program to thtir patrons. Special matinee Good Friday and Saturday at-2 o'clock. Children-5c. Evening prices, 15c and iOc; boxes 25c. See you get a coupon for the "Mutt' and Jeff- prize drawings. . _ .' �  * # "The Bachelor's Baby" at the Majestic If there's a man who doesn't love children, he'll change his mind when he has witnessed Franc's Wilson's comedy, "The Bachelor's Baby," in which Henry Buckler is appearing this season with so much success, It's an April day sort of farco, with suutihine, gentle tears ouce in a while, and a sweet enveloping atmosphere of selfishness that warms the heart. Mr. Buckler's jiart !s that of a-self-ceutred bachelor, Tom Beach, whose pet aver-slpn is children. It is the Joke of; his intimates and friends. His brother has been lost at sea, and when the missing will is found it contains the news that'Beach is to be the guardian otitis ftve-year-oldr niece, and is also toi receive, a largo sum of money,' He absolutely refuses to accept 'the-.legacy nor will he receive the, child m his houeeh'old, btit while he is fuming over, tljo terms of the .will, the. little orphaned phild arrives,-and, struggle; a^aiiiBt his fate as he .-will, declaring MAJESTIC THEATRE SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT Good Friday and Saturday, March 21-22 Francis Wilson's Famous Comedy Success THE BACHELOR A guaranteed all star metropolitan cast, inclu HARRY BUCKLER and BABY WILiSON � i Seats on sale at Kenny & AUiri^s. Drug: and Book Store Prices $1.SO, $1, 7Sc and SOc SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY Children 25c; Adults 50 cents, 7S cent^ and $1 leasing rogram erfectly rejected Bijou Theatre TONIGHT Miss Linley Jones In the Catchy Dutch Soi^g "GRETCHEN" A Program of Unusual Excellence for Good Friday and Saturday See the Great Stage Drama Runaway Doris Special Matinee, Good Friday at 2 p, m. Children, 5 cents Evening prices: 15o and.10c. Boxes: 26c. he will send her to a convent, the baby calmly and with certainty as well as child-like simplicity takes possession, not oiily of his home but of his heart as well. The child also has anotlier uncle. Col. Calvert, a brother of her dead mother, who comes 'to claim the child, and Beach's conscience -impels him to give her over, realizing that he is in no way fitted to bring her up. Colncidehtly it happens that Calvert was a boy sweetheart of Winifred West, a s'tunning young girl In wliom ,Tom has become profoundly-'interested, but who won^t marry - him-because he holds .such strange ideas about 'children. Tom is led to believe that Calvert wins Winifred and then his spirit is broken, for he reali7.03 that he has lost both the baby and tl;^^girl. In the end, however, through a trick conceived by Winifred and Calvert the baby is restored to Tom, and a promise is given that the baby is to have a new mother. Mr. Ivan Wright lias spared no expense in gathering together an all star cast to support Mz*. Buckler this season, and judging from the out of town notices of "The Bachelor's Baby" theatregoers of this city have a rare treat in store for itheni. The �ngflge-raent here is-for two nights only, commencing Friday, March 21, ALBERTA'S MINERAL � WEALTH IMMENSE , Edmonton, March 19.-?-Ore samples tested by competent analysts at the assaying laboratory of the University of Alberta in Edmonton proves that the mineral wealth of the province has as yet only been vaguely Etrr-mised. Some of the ore runs high in gold, silver and copper, while other pieces show iron and lead. Prospectors, who have traniped. over the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, predict that the next big "rush" on the North American contineivt will be Into northwestern Alberta and eastern British Columbia, adding that the vast hinterland also will be a scene of activity with the introduction of transportation- lines. More than a dozen exploration companies- are boring for oil, natural gas and asphalt-ura in districts north of Edmonton and as the tests are highly satlBfact-ory they will continue deveJopraeut work thronghout the season; ESUMAIES Liberals Facilitate Business and the House Adjourns for Easter Holidays Hon. Uouls^Coderre^ Hoehelatfa. (.Quebec, Msmbers) ' , Ottawa, Match 19.-Hy workin-; h,aU an hour overtime the house was able to pass all the supplementarjT estt mates tor thfe current vear and avoid an evening session on the last work* day before the Easter adournincnt.^ When the house rose Premlsr Bordarf; promissd that unless the opposition was otherwise advised, an .oiiportun-; ity would be given on Tuesday next.j when the house resumed to disougs'^ the action of Speaker SprouVe Satutr day evening in assuming the chair: and'; directing the chairman of the com-^r mittee of the whole to resume 'the point of order under discussion.- The probabilities arc that an ar-' rangement will be arrived at to have'' an anucahle discussion of the matter on a motion to adjourn the house, but i[ the spealaT: does not agree to this the motion will te one of cen-' sure. That the former course will te adopted is however alniost certa-n. During the consideration of the cs^ timatcs today there were a numbe;: of intercliange discussions in regard to different matters, including . the Stetannson expedition , to the far north, for which an item of $40,000 was quoted. It was-stated by Hou.^ Geo. H. Perloy on tiehalf,:of the government, that the expedition w�s-. ex-; pected to cost about S80|OOO...vPe':'ly-^ ing to a question by HoA. Frank" Oliver, the .minister sa'id that-no eltoft would bo, m-ado to reach the" North Pole. A strong plea was made by western and Ontac'o members for an increase in the scale ot the pay allowed court judges. '' There were a few further echoes ot the disorder of .Saturday night this afternoon in the shape ot protests against inaccurate ncw^paner repor'.fS. � P.remier Borden quoted the Toronto'-Star in a statement that purfOfted' that .Speaker Sproule apolori'/ed to' IJr. Michael Clark: , He sa'id ttes w'as an absolutely incorrect apprcciatioascjE^ what took place. The speaker had-, declared Dr.' Clark out of order and'; he had appealed to the meiiiber'''-Joi?-Red Deer to place himself morder? and ; the latter � did so iii a7 "matilsr-  way." , � . Hon. Br. Pugsley found a number; ot inaccuracies in the Halifax Herald i report, the chief being ,tlie. allegation; that he^had been violent;,t0^^fard': the' chairman, and also that the disorder, had been planned by the Eiberals. These charges he denied. Dr. Clark'.s Xjew Dr, Michael Clark was next on his' feet, but in a soraiawhat dilterant Itnjood. He saici that as tar as lie was ;'Cp)tlcei;ned, lie agreed with the old Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.-"The Old .Love Letter." : i,,; Comedy drama. ; 2.-"His Little Partner-v Dashing Western drama. 3,-"Boniface as a Blackmoor",. Roaring Comedy. '.i 4.-^ltallan Castles. ' Beautiful scenic. 5__"It Happenied Thus." Splendid drama. 1Q,cents and � n15 cents; proverb' that the more one iumped in^ a puddle; the wider ifr splnshed, and' he said h'e was quite content,'to_le|i', the historians of the" future find 'out,, what he said from Hansard ,; itselt^^ He suggested , that .the ho'^sB'.-.v get. down to 'business. His-suggeBtioni.was,'-soon-followed. - � Hon. Mr. Lemieux asked 'alioul ' newspaper reports that the-;� jfo'vern?; hient would guarantee the bonds' the QitebBc and .Saguenay Railway.' Hon. Frank Cochrane said "he-kne^y^  nothing of it. The 'governfneiit" ba^;"- ' never been aslfcd to guarantee' these.V ' bonds. ' '�, ; : In question hovrr, Hon. Mr. G-rahamrf;," was infornTad that the changes", .'"iji*'" ; grades, bridges, and trestles- on'.' the' eastern division of the N. T: R.''had'*'^;: been recommended by the chiel, engiT,? ncer and would mean an estimated' saving of $27,797. Ho further, siatetf that no yards or divisional:-poinjj^r'pn-",:: the eastern division had; teen re'duci ed in area, trackage, etc., Iroraj;, tlje)>:i: original plans. ' -> ,W. A. Buchanan, ot-Medicine Hat,'.;/;'.' was inforniefl 'by the acting mJnisleii, ot the" interior, Hon. T. ;W. ' -ri t vs. \ that the property ot.the Police Pointf;;;?' Reserve,had not been transferred to-the , municipa'lity ot Medicine: Hat. )', � FORTUNATE CALGARY Calgary, Ma-rch 19.-The Mer,* ' chants Bank of Canada will proceeds'* this season with the eTection 'of 'a-' four-atorey bank ' building In,this felty ' to cost $600,000. The;: structure'' wiU'' he situated on the corner of;" Eighth;;::; avenue and Centre street,' now ooou;', pled by the Royal Hotel. U',''[ 1 - Beautiful - level'- 1-4 -section; � near Iron Springs. 80. acres broken; all fencedi good  buildings: $1,950.00 $750 cash and assume existing loan of $1200. The Dowsley - Malhertf, LaudCo,' ;: Sherlock Bltlg. 7th 6250050?77 63 ;