Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE six THE METRO METRO METRO FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN AND MARGUERITE SNOW IN "The Second in Command" Aish: RED FEATHER PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT 'THE YOKE OF GOLD" IN 5 REELS I 1 _ _. St.rybX Robert Wagner; Directed by Lloyd B. Carlcton; Scenario Johnrtone With DOROTHY DAVENPORT and nn All Star Cast of Players. hate and self sacrificing love In a Spanish mission setting. A strong ofd California In five're.ls. "GOOD NIGHT A .croaking Comedy. The Oliver Eckhardt Players in "LENA RIVERS" DRAMATIZED IN FOUR ACTS BY BEULAH POYNTER, FROM MARY J. HOLMES' BEST NOVEL WEDNESDAY NIGHT "THE GIRL IN THE TAXI" -n SEATS AT Popular Prices t OC HEDLEY-SNOW MAJESTIC NEXT FRIDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 and 11. Matinee Saturday at 2.30 THE WORLD FAMOUS PLAY "TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR-ROOM" Prices: S1.00 75c 50c 25c What the Press Agents Say At Starland LIEUT. W. J. TURNSULL WINS MILITARY CROSS "Winnipeg; Nov. H. Turn- bull of Winnipeg has received a cable saying that the Military Cross has been awarded to his sou, Lieut. W. J. (OHiel TurnbuH, who holds a com- mission in ihe Canadian artillery. "Ollie" Turnbull is weli known in Winnipeg hockey circles. THEY ARE CLEAN British Columbia this year has. an excellent crOD of Rood clean ap- ples srown in clean or- chards. Your srocer is now EettlnE his share Lint from the orchards n the sunnv valleys oC rltish Columbia. When you down in- to a box of B.C. apples you will find everv one as good as those at the top, B. C. apples are erood all the way through. GET'A B. C, APPLE Five Faults ot Flo." which will I be ihe feature at Starlaml tonight on- ly, is a splendid drama with a lesson iii reel. Florence LaUndie, the charminj; little Canadian actress, in the leading role, lias an opporiuniiy to display her versatility in the por- irayal of the different faults, pride. envy. jealousy, f and ox- trnvaaaiK'e. A splendid comedy will be shown on the same program. On Wednesday and Thursday, beau- Ul'ul Pearl White will be seen in ail I excellent Pathe Gold Rooster prodnc- I lion. "The King's Game." Those who have read "The Puppet Crown." and I similar stories, will be interested in j this beautiful photoplay. The story ui intrigue, and tlit1. stage set- tings anil costumes are most elabor- ate. The whole play 13 one of intense interest. TONIGHT ONLY FLORENCE LABADIE IN The Five Faults of Flo A Mutual Master Picture De Luxe 1 Showing how Flo. was cured of I pride, envy, jealousy, fickleness and extravagance. Pathe Presents the Beautiful PEARL WHITE Supported by Sheldon Lewis and a Splendid Company cf Artists THE KING'S GAME Also ROSE FASHIONS' and DUET: MISS SIMM MR. FLEMING. Prepare This for a Bed Fine f nil Eanllv Mntlf, At the Majestic That Lethbridge is -being visited this week the best dramatic organ- ization that has beeu here for some considerable time was fully evidenced last night at ihe .Majestic Theatre, when i lie Oliver ETckhardt Players presented "Sweet Clover." Individual mention of tile company would oSvi- ously ho unfair, for there is not a weak member in the whole the cast numbers fifteen. To Mr. Oli- ver Eckhardt a generous -word ot praise is justly due, for the clean and clever performance his company give, and if real talent gets its due, the Majestic theatre should be crowded to the doors both tonight and tomor- row night again. Ectihardt announces that the will offer a dramatisation of 'Lena Pavers" tonight. This play, written from Mary J. Holmes' heat novel, makes a splendid play, and will be veil worth seeing. Wednesday isiSit the company will offer the howl, j ing comedy "The Girl In The Taxi." 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Bushman loved and adored by thousands of patrons of the movies will make his next appearance n the screen in "The Secoiid in Joramand" with Marguerite Snow, an- other popular movie star, appearing in tbe role opposite him. "The Sec- ond in Command" at the Empress to- night is fuli of action the kind that every movie fan adores, with a quota of love interest to impel close atten- tion to the events that are to come on the. battlefield, where the denote- ment is reached. The Quality Pic- tures Corporation is one of Metro's allies and this is .the first of its re- leases on the Metro program. Clean comedy will also he seen at the Empress tonight. At The Orpheum The story of "The Yoke of Gold" will be the feature at the Orphemn to- night. In the days of '49, the aris- tocracy of old California contrived, by fair means or foul, to gather unto themselves more than their rightful share af the precious yellow metal which abounded throughout that gol- den land. There were those among the populace who resented this state of affairs. Luiz Lopez was ono of these. Smarting under the yoke of the aristocracy. Lopez to champion the cause of the people. Ac- cordingly, he set about to. enlist the aid of others and chose Jose Garcia for an ally. Jose, while satisfied to live out his life in the drowsy peac; of old Sam Gabriel where he lived, was easily influenced by the fiery Lo pex and finally agreed to wage a cam- paign against the wealthy aristocrats, Don Ortega and Don Memloza. Tonight! Clean Your Bowels and Stop Headache, Colds, Sour Stomach. Cat a 10-cent box now. Turn the rascals headache, biliousness.'Indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and bad them out tonigh't and'keep' them out with Cas- carets-....... Millions of men and women take a Caacaret now and then and never know the misery cauied by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or an upset stomach. Don't put in another day of distress. 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Splen- didly matched skins, rich, dark colors. Russian Pony Coat, A Handsome stylish coat of black pony. Loose box style. 40 Indies long. Contrasting collar anil cuffs of natural oppossum. Winnipeg, Nov. Cle- ments, aged 42. a son of the late George Clements, an old time tailor of Winnipeg, was murdered on Satur day in a little shack, four miles west of Jltisavik, near Sandy Hook, Laks Winnipeg, by Mike HyrhovfiEtik, an Austrian. Mr. Clements, with other Wtnnipeggers; wer, down to Winnipeg Beach to lock up their summer cottages for the winter and on finding that a number of ar tides had been stolen they enlii tiic services of the provincial police Clements and a constable then deeid ed to search nolne of the foreigners houses in the district west of Husavik requisitioning a farmer's conveyance the owner accompanying them. On reaching the shack of Hyrhovczuk Mr. Cements identified several of the stolen artielftH. and while stooping tr examine a pail the Austrian reached lor a gun and (Sl-ec-iul Ilfiraldt Feniie, Sfov. mass meeting called by the city council after their meeting last Thursday night, vhich met iii the Grand theatre last! iight, drew a houseful of interested j jeople who-.seemed to be in earnest! :bout the vital .subject for which the j ueeting had heen called to discuss, lainely, the high cost of living. Robert Dtithie was called to' ihe :hair, and after briefly statin4; ob- ect which had brought them together, ntroduced A. I. Fisher, member-elect the new legislature, who had been i member of a delegation which wait- upon the council at its last meet- ng. Mr. Fisher soon convinced his audience that he had made quite a tudy of the subject, which he had been called upon to discuss' before hem. Without spending time .upon the vide range of the at once ook up what he deemed features of he high cost question with which the jeople, through their representatives, joards of trade anil municipalities, could ope to deal with a se- curing relief from the effects of com- linations made for the purpose of cnn- Tolling prices indirectly, through the: control of the outputs in certain lines of industry and production. He instanced the flour supply and irice, which it had been stated was >eing manipulated through the un- necessary withholding of grain in cars and in transit, and the consequent gambling in the markets. He said .hat if governments and municipalities iad the power to prohibit gambling between a few individuals with a few; chips, he could soe no legal obstacle to prevent the enactment of laws pre- venting gambling in the staples of life, thus increasing the cost to the consumer without any gain to any one except those who could .control, to a certain extent, the immediate supply and demand of such staples. The case of sugar he .also cited, and quoted "figures from market reports, showing that the same grade of sugar which was being sold in Vancouver, where the refinery is located, at ?S.20 per hundred, was being sold in Win- nipeg at ?S.OO. If these reports were borne oni by facts, then there was something wrong with a system which would permit of such discrimination. Another article of general consump- tiuu. canned tomatoes, was also gone into, and from trade reports Mr. Fish- er showed that this very necessary article, which had been sold last year at per case, was quot- ed at ?2.15 for the new crop. There should be remedies available to cure such extortion, and if none other was possible, then he would fa- vor removing the duty oil tomatoes until the Canadian packer realized that he could not rob with impunity his fellow" countrymen by combina- tions winch had for their main object the exploiting of the people of the country. -Air. Fisher was well receiv- ed .and" tlrexv applause for some of his very apt and curt remarks. Alderman Jackson, Mr. French, Wm. Mlnton. Mr. Erickson, W. B. Phillips and W. R. Wilson spoke briefly from widely different view points. Mr. Wil- son in the course of his brief remarks stated among other things that the re- cent war bonus granted to the miners liad increased the monthly pay roll of his company about but the amount of increase on coal prices to consumers who had no contract as to prices, would offset that by about ?3 per month. By way of illustrating to the young men, many of whom he saw before him, the difference in condi- tions ot today as compared to.the time when he, as a boy of nine years of age, started working in the coal mines, get- ting up at four o'clock in (the morn- ing, walking four miles to the mine and going to work at six; working un- til the. clock pointed to six in the evening and then walking the four miles over again to his home. He did not mention this by way of self-emulation, but to impress it upon the minds of these young men he saw loitering sometimes too long to catch the mine train, then wasting their time in idleness. He wished to say to these young men that they were not doing ..their duty in these times of stress and strife, when every one owed it to 'his country to do the best that was in him' to keep going the awful struggle now going on that such con- California SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES Go SHASTA ROUTE and see Williamette, Umpqua, Sacramento Valleys by daylight on A NEW TRAIN (Only one night cnroute) Lv. Portland A.M. Ar. San Francisco P.M. Standard and tourist Bleeping cars, dining WT and clinches. Two Other Daily Traini Limited (Extra Fare) S.OO Francisco Express LIBERAL STOPOVERS Ask Local or write for information. JOHN M. SCOTT Gen. Passenger Agent Portland. Ore. tlitions and privileges as we have been enjoying may be perpetuated. When so many of their late comrades, bro- thers arid friends were giving their all to the last drop of their life's blood, that onr country mrty not perish from the face of the earth, it was the plain and urgent duty for every young man as well as old to do all that lay in his power in whatever capacity he might be capable of serving, to bring the awful carnage to a speedy and suc- cessful end. The running of the mines to their full capacity meant more mu- nitions, better transportation, and bel- ter service from tile men at the front, and he besought them to do their best. After some discussion, the following resolution was adopted unanimously: Moved by Aid. Brooks, seconded by Mrs. Marshall; That t-'ie Dominion and Provincial governments and municipal councils be asked to co-operate in an investigation of the cost of the neces- saries ot life and control any undue advance in such cost. if you are one of those who have not yet tried Herbal Healer. 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