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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta friday, mrch 2$, 1913 THE "LETHBBIPaE DAILY HERALD Maieslf^^Sire/ To-mght ani To-morrow Night v Ai tfiATiMCc SATURDAY � THE'QREAtEST HIT IN'YEAR8 P�ci-ENTIRE.tV*;^NEW y !Bud[-Fi�her's\Ortj|lrial Creation: -50 People,, 2 carloads ;6f Scenery DON'T Fall to brlh^ the little ories . to aee MUTT AND JEFF. AND, JEFF SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. Matinee Prices 60c, 75e and $1.00 Chi Wren, 25 cents r;; Evening, $2.0(>, $1.60, $1.00, 75c, SOe. Seats rtow on sale at Kenny and . Allln's Drug and Book store. tb-day and To-morrow THE THRHE-REEL SENSATION , , - 'TheJace for the Millions' Mabel, Nojmand In Louise Elliotte 'The Deaf Burglar' :. "In Her Brother's Clothes" COMEDY In Latest gong Successes NEXT MONDAY-TOLSTOrS "RESURRECTION" Morris Theatre m 10 AID m. IN R iL o The Money Market is so Tight M'Kenzie and Mann Turn > to Country for Aid To-night The Thief's Wife ' American Feature Drama y Ahimateii Weekly Showing Current Events of the , , Week vb^iAn Isiiieal A Big Bison Drama A Truant's Doom A Tljanhousep Drama Monarch Theatre I. two TONIGHT � -The Caprices of Fortune A: stupendous > EJclalr reel feature. II.-Oh! You Baby-Simplyja, ' III.-Her Yesterday-Comedy . drama, April ardiiacand-Diamond'Ring � Drawing" 10 ceiits'; v^and^. 15. cents PICTURES CHANGE DAILY c -s- A HELPFUL PLAN �of'! the-Noble; , NoUle.. head .lolmrtation at'tne 'town whicji' bears 'his r.ame, was. iii tliD city yerfterdar He Bays 1)liat his. plan of allowing, the \Yorkmen to le'-invest their wageS^ in tlie properties owned and operated ' by the organization, is proving a great success. It encourages thrift and 'staving, and cieates a better relation between employer and workmen. ^'Mott and Jef^'lTdnlght at Majestic ,A whirjwlnd of meirlm^htiB'-fweepr Ingi down upon I^ethlbrldge, in the furiously funny musi^calpomedy, '.;Mutt and Jeff,'' achuduled: at-tbe. Ma3e8tlc, Theatre v.tonlght ; stud t'omdrrow..- In the" coitipany; are Jnc). feweif'' thaii'fifty peoplej,iall:Ot whom .hav^. been ^elected by ManagW j^'^uiv* |fnij 5; wljth the greatest, care and: .diBCEeClQu',. as 'to; their particular abllitiea for the parts-they were to play. ', 'Jj For. the prlnolpfll>,c)iaracters of Mutt and Jeff, h� has. been entirely succes^r. ful, and the antics of't^eae two chapai ar&a source of unending delight and; amusement. , , - i While there If .c^itlera^te pTot to 'the.p'ieoe. It'is hardly worth mektion-ins, for. one>gets his chief^amuBement In ,th6' situations-and lines In the acr tion^^^of the;plar." Th,ie^,mUUops ol healthy ; Americans, who .;reaai� and laugh at;BudFl8_.)jer'gclevef cartoons everyday,- are-qulte familiar; with-the antics; je did ;iiot seem' possible. The reputation of the .piece is made, and every^ playgoer from Moose Jaw to. Tftlla-' haase and from Wilmington to Bel-' iiin.gh�,m,'win endfeavor to see the play thls?,year.. It is simply a cyclone ,of .good; bo the largest:'attendance here of anything that'has. been this -^ay; A special matinee willj�e giv^n on ;5atuEday,aft?r^'obn.8t^2;30.: All child-' rem 25 cents. Uet the IJiddies. c6me. : j;." .";;* Monarch Theatre ;;.-' 'J.The. Caprices 'of Fortune'; .a stu;' .pendens (:wojreeiifeatui;('.byT,the. Eclair; Co., will be ithe :headIIner.atltlle..ilVIoq-' aroh tonights This;.production ''conies^ OttawA.;.March i-T.-lt. has been rumored for some time that during the present session action will be taken by .Parliament to assist the C.N.W. in its-efforts to .connect Us various lines, and create another transcontinental' railway, and meet existing obligations; Today the Ottawa correspondent of the Wall Street Journal, who has been making special inquiry for some time past, in regard to the matter, sent the following t� his paper; - �; ,-- --.._; , � ('Canadian'Northern financing, with the assistance of the Dominion government suddenly assumed the greatest.-importance today, due to the pre-spnce^ of � Sir'i.Thomas Shiiughnessy, president of-theG. P. R., and Sir Don-old Manil,.: vice-president of the C. N. R.',. here. ;-;':,,. ' , , -. . "The Canadian . Northern has applied-to ' the. government for asslBt-ano^'in carrying out Its construction pVop'edt.'.and ;Sir Donald Mann's al-mp.st continuous presence in Ottawa, where.he has been in conference with the head of the government ton �the last two weeks;:;has- called attention sharply to the beginning of a new oii.apter in Canadian railway finance ''Sir Wm; MaoKenzie, president of the C.N...B.,'is in England, in connection, with; C..N. R. financing, the success" of .which depends. upon the outcome; of the ;present application to the;Dominion government. "The outstanding facts of the pre sent situation ; are'that the C. N. R. finds itself in.neied.of-a sum variously estimated;at from thirty to forty million;. dallars.tOi-enable it to Unit up its main line* .between the east and the west, ano'-meet.pressing obllga-,tlons-'in,..connectlon with construction .'work now inptogress, jlt has laid the facts before Premier .porden, taking the .position that, it is quite as-well entitled.Jfo loans--from^ the rig o.vernmont as were th"e C.lE!rR.'�an^ jthc G. T. T. in years � g6ne iby.v:.i;r''.;..-". � "The government has already given, cash subsidies'to' tli6'various C. N.R.; lines; and-;Its :'bonds^ihave been:,-guaranteed extenslvely.-'bi' the western 'Province^.�'�But-the��greartly increased COsT of construotioni^Seg^eolaily In B up on the stage are still fiinnier,' i o.v.^----1,-------------- Fortunately Managep-*Hill has pro- to us very highly T�cornm�*ded,^ and mioh would you pr&fer: toUiold-^yoiir own money until y*6u''liad'USED your 'purchase^,"ox,vto:;gi,a'e it to' somebody' : , to piit to' His useAvhile XOlg;'$eld. tlie bagf' '/"^TOclr seems more reasonal)le: to buy a big stodk of-coal,^ ./avli.if',h should' , w moms more cuiivtiiijLojj.1/. lu uuxu of coaLup cellar stairs, and tlien wait for your fire to get'hot enough to do your Avork? , Which is more^eoonomical: to 'keep a _W goin^f^OI^LY , *1 b'asoa^dlstr,lct;in7t#"' ifieut,-?safd'lnHhe'3nn' high as $145,000 a nllle, and the practical Impossibility of raising more money for construction on bonds on present conditions has precipitated the situation. "The present application to the government Is strongly backed by important Canadian banking Interests, and it is known that Sir Thomas Shaughnessy has been consulted as to .the course to be pursued. The form of assistance has not been determined, but the C. N. R., through Sir Donald Mann, frankly admits that it is not to ibe In the form of Dominion guaranteed bonds, but must be in cash or direct loans. Owing to the ��complexities of C. N. R. financing, and the large number of subsidies, and to the fact that the stock !ls held by the proprietors, Mc-Kenzle and Mann, the situation is unique,: and has resulted in the Premier calling for counsel and advice from; the .leading financiers and administrators in-Canada., ."It is said on good authority that the G. N.R., in order to make the proposal attractive to the government, and to relieve the plan from public criticism, has turned Into the parent company, all of the subsidiaries, including the townsites, the express and telegraph and transfer business con trolled by MacKensie and Mann. 'It Is reported here that the CP! R. stands, ready to step in and take over the western lines If the plan cannot be made to work. The C. N. R. line through the Y-)n town this morning, when the news of a shooting- affray south of town,' be-^ came circulated. John JlcCrea, a' well 'a 'program of merit. .X:"': :, I ..Ettfcrons- should remenib'er;. the date. of Jthe igrand diamond .'-ifing' drawing; April-,3.� Keep your;coupons,'they� are' �valuable',: . The: .matiagemeut.'wouia ^ke'vtheir friends:'to^'keep-vopen-.tw^ daifijd-sfAprll 9 and 'Alpriia^j' the first date on account ofr Dante's i"Inferno," thegreat; five-reel s?ubject;;-;the; lat-te^.')o^%acCount tofvthejBxoe)sibr'.;Mai^ Votee'Choir engagement,..... This or- ;feanizatiori enjoys ajiw'^ltdjserved pop^ ;ntar^ty, aM, "will render .'a number; of "splendid- new munibers.^^i-A -bumper jhouse is assured 'On ibdthj'ioccaslons. /,j'!llereafter pictures- iwill'.change dally, 'the! same::vhlghTClasBr:standard being.maintain'ed. ' , three-reel; .�dram&fe.of;-the.7imoetkexi)ihgiJand^;f^ hilaratlhg:j;lnoWentSiij_6Ve''r>r9qorded!^^^ ;a!;;motion^pi(3ture;j4fo^jdt'!'is'-'llterally|| ;era}rimJ!d;:;full,',';.of�;;'dr^^^ ;thrilllng:--and;be5:mad6-'.:^fithe : splendid^]. seatiis^cenes^ithW. .�'^^^ oape.'.?in'-thevhalioons?!^ lat'eds',,castle;�by?ithe;jherbineS7^ i%ithe waypone-^^^^^^^ and. ..^elightful.liittle 'lla,'dies'' imagih? able. 0ne_ can^lmagine to'-what ends .tfi^kdveinturep' in,tlfB^''st6?l3r'4s prej! pared to''go to,^,when'^it!^ls� understood that the. sum of one" million 'dollars is at stake-to be won by the adventuress should Bha succeed ? in keeping the,.-heroi'he-:QUt of the-way for.'ia aufficient-'length;of.time.' -, a ;In,,conjunctlonawlth^the !big:featur6 't^o, of. itlie.;.popular,;;.]Vf*bell Norraand ,{Ceystone';;comedfeB;:4.will'.->be-.'shown, .ilfiaisMislSBUIiotteci^wlrifalib^ '.|lvery.5';ihbi\??-f;slngingatjik g;?j:'bJ(SiSp;tl^^i?isuSr^ �.:tha/ia;ttrftMoa;'ifa't5/|a5lax^d:^^^^^ aWon^ay'and;l:'u^s(j�i5?. ^'fe;-*,, j'r..^ 0^Ofl,;S Monday :;^nd^^ ^e6k5the.5famo.�B;i,Juy'eiUes'.B^ %J,il|lay;..aJ;teM ....looTic .nnrt "rrhflh'Dautfhtei'JofLtlie','! -traction when they/were in this city a few w�ekB ago 'will'' remember thC clever way in"'Whlp.h -these ybuhg artists handled the jh^^yy male roles, and 'will, no doubt,, lopteiforward with pleasure to this return .engagement. Every thing: possible - has been: done to make these prodmstions the best yet; naw-cdstumes'aiid scenery have been provided, and tbie- ; Orea thereupon seized some hay be-... This condltion>ot affaltsf^has ^ longing to Harvey,'so,the story goes, fcited a rigid enforcement'9fNlij and,the shootirig ' - the result^ .iting hours, as many^Jeople'-hS? M,rv�.Tr ic said to have,-flied poiftbl >wov,er, seems - jld; have been the-only one that tdok.ei- foct. ' *v "^.i ;After'*being shot, Mr. MoCrea ''d|sV' played wonderful, nervejv After �btin^, wounded, he called up the.":^8mqr.ial; hospit^il here, ,told what>ad >happen.> ed' aiid askedi;what He was, of course The Ladlea of LetUbridge May Now'Have Beau- "to deVoted-their akention'to'P)-i| ^__;! 'into the libspital as,quickly as.^^ji);'^ slble, which he did. His *-wound v( attended to and at latest a\, more certam. ' . .V '^.-.if;, . A Serious Accident, v ,f .'^^rs^ A young Im\ named Rein n-, whose ,}^|| .patents live, north' of .the Cad,;M^ i river, was broug-'ht inito the hopPi,ml '^^i platevdnsertedsJIj be,,makin� ^atisiaviuiy o--. ^ .j The Memorial hospital rtatl^ now worked to the limlt^ihc-in^UJIj^^^ tibn*being- full,, and manv^-jt/tMiSW*. -. Cases being 'of a vety^-seri^ous aia.|TO aae.- ine .yicmmg )f4130 in'the-aft l-t^' rTn'TheTe>Sip^f )an"4^ are. askpd to recVernf^them^e coi^mgiy.. . HThe first'gun ,'ini;the'eleftt^ paign will bo flrei herp on . . ingi.of Ajpr.il^^^s*.'' -vy^eir.iSremli ton will 'address/>a;; mefet Trade P,1'".?'^!A.;^"a.,^.MarcTi' '^A^|t1; eraWtitled sopiety ,wpmen,;fq� London,; and ol-lier part8,pf"'Englan,d,l5LttTa^i^d,l by the high prices paid ?p^'|�ck 'pelts, are, coming' tft^;Ed^onton^?We spr'lng.to engage ,in .-fox-Jbreedtj^;^-' central'and ''nqrthe^. Albertai^.,,-;;^'rh^5r'' are'"prepared ! to'"'make :iarge\in'yeBtJ ^rl3ke;^waB^P,<,^^dcyea tilul Hail", The Franks dog? and horses,'TvlU.'engage^ln, the nedley .Drug 0�, m ^2 '.^ ^.^^^.^ The'Article and'Gfuar- at'ii.Bo6, wWe^soid is. Bdmonton^ia|t 7433 ;