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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. July THE LETIIB1UDGI3 DAILY UEKALD 3 The only Local Theatre Always Showing lical Features Friday Saturday "The Great PenrJleton Round Up" IN FIVE RECORD SMASHING; you then vie Guarantee you the Greatest Wild Show of Wild Bronchos I Oevif Coach Ricet and Thoutanda of other ThrfUi and Exciting Incidents GREAT ATTRACTION AT REGULAR PRICES-.............'......... ran Majestic Theatre, Saturday, July Sth 1'ln-v ul' tin- CiMiiurv. The greatest JDnvnuuio Cast over Assembled, iu ilu> THE ORIGINAL ALL STAR PRODUCTION OF Direct from the Aster Theatre, N. Y., With its cast of Prominent Ameucan and Erijluh Stari, Incluomjl ROBERT EUKKON MAX FIUMAX LOLITA ROBERTSON' WILTON LACKAYE ROSE COU1ILAX AMELIA Sl'MMEHS "Fine Feathers" PRICKS: anil fat the of Merchants and Clerks. curtain n ol I'.ti till SMU. on sate at Mason i RUi-b I'ijno S'orc. MINUTE .OF 1 Results in the Various iSp9fts and Contests on Dominion Pjiicher Creek, Jifly The crord-'rhal has' ei-er. coBgr In Pinolwr Creek- in- attend- ance at.tlie Dominion" Oiy'eeltbrittbn programme 'was on schedule time >ilhout a h'tcb.'- details hid bwn carefully thought out and ar- ranged fov the energetic commiUee In cbirxa, with the result liat (here a abieacc of those vexatious de-- between svcnlK that have killed more Iban one celebration of tbls kind la Soutbero Alberta. The procramnie .opened at leu o'- tlotSr In tfct tore'noon allfi a trand itbMmplan parade, and from tbat hour unlil ftlsbl o'clock In the evening it Just a contlnuiU performance, and the jpeuUlors were continuously and interested that a lot of them1 'founfi it rather difficult lo find time 'ior their jawls. In the- parade there .were good floats, but ihe mincer, of parttclpanlit In this -was small. Pat McCuHough cfcrrtfed oft first prtie in the parade 'for MB Impersonation of tbe ai.ffra- while Frtnk CaJlabm, with the 'KnUtojammer fcjds .took second mon- ey. Specfil. manlto'n -should also be made of Ihe "King Edward got He a baby "hufgy for i 'bus and made up quite 'cute contrivance.'1 FIremfln'i r In coupling contest, Jack ko'jlf B. Lynch flrat money, and Taggert took place. In Udder dummy Ktlly again woo lir'st, with Jimmy "Maxwell second.' In Ifae nov- Woo first, and Bos- 'sonb'erry rtecood. Jncli Kally losing WV: EUiiwnderfi" not in yroper worfciiig AthWIt CtmJMiltfani' different athletic were as follows: J; J. 2; H. Levaiicur, 3, KQ yif4 tool Marcellus, 1; Jimmy 3; 3, iUlf-mtle foot Deane, 1; Jimmy Dobblt, 2; H. Mareellus, 3. walking- bobble, W. DBID dHtpiaJJfied for run- oJng. H. H. Forward, who a re- .cord' for walking alio went over "with contestants, but for exhibition only. 1; Deaae, 2; i '.Boys' bicycle Thorolfly, 2. Fat Pellettf-r von. Tn ,a matched-race for len dollars a -side. followed (PeHetW again off the t.though be weight con- two hundred penmds, he 'was ftblVlo turn a bandsprini at tne ffolih. Yvonne 1'. MfiBi Nfule Hahn, I. -GlrlvVice, under I; S. HilverfOn, 2. O. Allison's team iwlled All off their feet Team: McCain, RoberU. Stafford, and Paul Cyr. -Thread and needle'raceV-iliss Demp- ster, K. C. Fouler running: Mrs. J. N. Keules, run- ning j'., _. Egg-and spoon AJclIean, 1; W; Slo'jeley. 2; R. '.Pie-eating Reid and. Hal- ersou, 1; Bratr and .Carneil. Z-.'ilal- Ion and Brati.-3. h'ad to be run in" so the doubled, the couhiuUeVghihg two of eacb. Calcbin? Uie .greasy Jimmv Dobble, The Victoria Cross race was the. on- ly one Ihflt did not-fill, and tils became the members of (he 23rd Al- berta Rargera did not get home from up in ilme to make the preparation Col. Keracois, however, has assured the committee that, this meet Interesting event will be put on at some fnuirc celebration, The Dance In the Evening The dance in the evening, llic auspices ol the band was one of the most successful that has been held here for some time. Tuere -was a crowd preient. and everyone seemed to Ihoro'jgMy enjoy them- In tbe prize competi- and Mia, B. Leiasseur'were awarded the prize. Tournament In the baseball toiirnament Pincher Creek carried off the honors, defeat' ing Dutch Flats by lo 4, and the CoKjey (earn by a much bigger mar- gin. M Football la' tbe football match, n-hlch was played between Twin Butlo and Pinch- er Crt the .latter by score, day's programme brough; to a fitting close by a most display of "There were about fifteen hundred people present during the afternoon. The Bnffet Lunch Nrxl to Thcuirt munagemint up to Roasonable, OPEN DAY AND NltiHT- .ROtT. C. F1THIMMONS, Prop, HOTEL OUTLET PftOCTOR, t.C. Flihlnf, tofttlnf, 'ftathlnff. An place lo your oHdiys. Day tUtfti, and icd MoQtbfy Htitaft on Ti, plan. C, AND F. PROM. The from tbe Medicine Hat Call, refe'is to the factory to established in that'c'fy promin- ent Lethbridge" man: Thai the candy factory, thc agree for Which was'signed on Friday bj- the city officials and J, H. Tabdrv for himself 'and associates, will be manufacturing this fall, if all goes is tbe statement of ilr. Tabor, Tbe- company will he capitalized at and lo hegin with a yearly output an uHl capacity of twice tbat output new company illl be known as J. 11. Co, Ufl. Mr. Tabor, tbe of the company, is a piactlcal candy man, for seventeen years ho assodaled with (he Wbite Candy Co., Ltd., of Si. John, N.8.. and was vice-president of lhal company, lo the year Molr's, Ud, of Hallfat, X.S., Secured the ser- vices of Mr. Tabor lo introduce their chocolates the provinces ol Quebec and Ontario. !a Mr. Ta- bor and family moved to Letlibridge, Alia., and through thP Wat- eon and Brown Co., Lld-j he placed the Molr's chococtales on the market In this ptorince, as ft ell as In Saakatche- wan and Prltlsh As a result of the concessions re- ceived by the company fiom the tfly of Medicine Hat, J. If. Tahoi Co, fAd., will be 'able, lo place on ono of the of ttonery and chocolates manufatlurert In Canada. It U a known fact that the Tlncr the chocolates and o.lher ma- lerUla are ground, the finRr and more delicious the flavor. Wllh free gfva fur. nished, the company will be in a posi- tion to do thla worK 1u a most efflcl- Big End of the Supply is Com- ing From British Columbia With sirawberries rotting un the vines In the Inland Empire of which Spokane is the centre, 'Lelhbrldge- housekeepers are profiting b> the lower prevailing (or this fruit this year, the price at present being ten per tent. than at anj lime during the 1H2 fmlt This U true in i-pite of the prediction at the beginning of the season by a local fnilt dealer that tbe prices would range higher this year than last. At present strawbeiries for pre- serving are selling at from 43.35 to per case of 24 quarts, frhile last >ear ihe price was tne preserving strawberries this year are coming from British Columbia, 'ibo Cteslon district sup- nixing the gmter part-of ibe ship- ments. BriiUh CoiiTmbia fruit) has over the Washing- ton in cheaper rates, and the fact that no'ilutf il required. To ship a crate of berries from SpoKane costs for manifest, and duty. if they can be bought at 11.00 a crate on thc Spofcarie market; itican be seen that it would cost a lay them -down hero. ,Ilut the'- growers 'claim' It does not strawbeiries lo sell at one dollar a crate, so the British Columbia market is beiu-'re- lied on more and more to supply the demand. ,jc Washington berry growers arc.wak- ing up to the tbat they have a real competitor-in British Columbia, and they'see an even "greater .compe- tition awaiting them in the future. Doufehooor promises to'wofX a change in the fruit business In E.C.- Thesc Canadian immiscaiils, who have caused (he authorities end of trouble during the fcu years, may not bf; experts at foiming on the prairies, uiit at fruit growing in the of the coast province ttoy prornlse lo vmake their matk. Thg community spirit :s strong among the. antl already the Nelson .district is tafcing the lead as a 'fruit growing' district, all owing to their industriousness. They cau raise small fniit cheaper tban can other settlers. hey, have "a good marljet; on the prairies which, they can controf oaing to their provlmity and tbe Tact thai they Iiavo no duty charge to counl in on the cost, as have the growers ol Washington, Suofcane fruit grovrers arfc jiist to thU fact and are wondering how much ba rm it >s ill work them. UuU it U worts them harm, H promises to work Lclhbridge niucli good. Probably the low prices .'for strawberries this jear is the beginning of belter pricey in years to fittcJ thc hard-times pocketbook.- TO -REFORM SWISS CONSTITUTION "Fine The rush for seatK at the Majestic Theatre yesterdas for the engage- meat of "Pfne Feathers." which comes here for ond night Saturday, July S, is a sure indication that local playgoers reaiiie the rare opportunity afforded tt'etn ot seeing this famous all-ifar production evea before any of the large cities of tbe taet, outside of New and CUkayo, In'cacl. the coming of "Fine Feathers" is the ruost Important theatrical event in Iceal history, for in this one cast appear a harf-iJonen ttarg of tbe first order, who aldaye appear- ed at the bead 'of ilielr Individual companies. ThU is one of those much discussed all-star organizations but uhich playgoers of Canada bare neter before seen. Not a'slude change has iu the personnel of thts notable orga. ing nigh'. In still numbers actors as atipn> iis Vork, and the cast lions, and will loustitute one of the beet auraction? ever secured by Siai-' land. The {ilms Include pictures ot anil cowgirls, stuge ccach races, hill-dogjlng wild steers, bconclio bnsifr.g, and the whole of the best frontier ceiebraiion staged. The world's champion rough riders are seen in action, asserting their mastery the of horE-i ts and steers. A feature U Eccnj In the covvglrla' relaj laces, iti which all records were brokia. J AH told, the Pendleton Kourd-L'p! films ate Certain to greatly please alt! patrons or Starland on Fridaj and Sat- urday, and there "is no doubi thai the theatre be erov.ded 10 capacity on boih T "Uncle Tom's Cabin" "The survival of ihe amply illubtiafcd in ihe Ions ''Unc-le Tom's which lias before the public for more than of I'nis paper's readers tare remember. This (ruiv American stage ctassIc'E present-day iioimlarliy basj long food for thousht ani-j CDS producing managers, playwright i ?nd the. public generally. That u All! die, but on forever, seems i nn assured fact insofar as the" Stetson! Company is concerned. This famo'.is dramalic organization is" due at the Majestic Theatre on July j in an entirely new and up-to-ihc-miti- ule dress. For tUis season. Manager' U'ashbinn secured a east of all slag favor ft CF, each member having been MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY, JULY 7th A Grand Revival of the Pliy Hurt will Live Forever. "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" "Or Life Among the a stupendous and magnificent scale, irtith all the added features that have made famous STETSON'S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN CO. Grand Transformation Scene and Mechanical Effects, STB1 SOX'S illl.lTAKV See the Grand Street Parade. The real man eating Blood Hounds HMT the Band Concert free at nigh', in front of the Theatre Seats on" Sale al Mason Risch Store, Prices 25c. 35c, 50c, 75c.' PATRI- OTIC BIJOU THEATRE EDUCA- TIONAL TONIGHT 'British Empire Navy" Inspiring FRIDAY" AND SATURDAY "HEROES ONE AND, ALL" Two Reds cf the Cream of Photoplay Amu sing 10 cents Rohert: EJescn, .U'ifton Lacfeaye, selected for Ins or special fitness Figm'an, Rose Coghlan; Lollta Hoherl-lfor the rcspetUyeipaite. The AROUND WORLD VIA SIBERIA Moscow, iatr.allORM-Railway held htro Saturday, a proposal msde hy (he CunadUn rac.Hc 'jtallwAy, re- pTCMnlathps 'to the effect thai (he Korean Rail nay be ftdrterl lo the regu- Itr tr ft fan senilco, and 'ftlpo iViat the North China ralluaitr par- Ucipftie in the Rime Tho pro- posal was adoplftd with the Tfinlt (hat Seoul and Pcktn maj' now be on the regular toimd-thc- route via and Berlin, to a rtcs tUi (rom Imporlant rcTorras arc contump.atcil by the_ Swlsa gov- ernment. Jllth'erlo all political pow- er In Ihe government bag been In the hands trf tbc preslat-nt of tbe confederation, and as the preside term of office rfne year, it lons lhat ft tm bceD pursue .any, continuous ol pc fn tbe ImpojlftBl of the S government Kcr some lime U has been thai a rhange In Ibe organhatlo Ibe in this respect, is be most advisable, and a projec reform, tne result of the laton conitnltlccs of tbe national c se'l Just been voted by 107 10 ton and Amelia' Suiptnere. Only ten v.eeks arfe being devoted to the; 'iransconUnepetal lour "which Includes four Canadian H then returns to New York in' the fali the anfl production lea i e" 'for London, they" 'viU' ap- ar at Sir Charles ndhflors, tfW at re. A' great su'iiceefe is prc'dicfed for it l c-' T QrHUh. Empire Navy Pictures at th< xlast night -presented at the popular' "Our.; Empire Navy'-' in seven reels. -The caieer of thc'Jad tliat left his native to join the' Royal Xavy was followed by a. large audience with the keenest attentio_n from the time he boarded the''iraining ship until be reached the proud state of A. B. sea- man. The tkorougtTjoianner In which the. boy Is trained illustrated. and shoe's tho'meth'cd' employed lo make the most efficient seamen In the world, the BrlilEli tar, Jack .believes'in cnjojlog himself, and it is done in a'mimorous manner that .'bringB' forth 'pe'als of laughter. The building of H.M.S.'St Vincent is shown In a very manner. This ivih itself an tduca- ttonal featuVe of value- "Any help Bursts -of applause greeted the "Empire's and It is safe to say lhat few lelt the BJjou last njgbl doubting the Supremacy, of tbp. Union Jack on the high Real Wild West Show at starland on Friday and Saturday Patrons or Ktarlaiid on Friday and Saturday, bh offered one 'of greatest attractions of tho season, ia Ihe PendJclon" Kound-Up "rnotlon pic- tures. The Pendlclon Hound-Up Is one of the greatest frontier, cowboy find Indian celebrations ever held, and attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year to tbq'Orcgon city, Tbe. motion pictures of-this annual eveitl are ail that could be Vlcsired for scnulne excltemfint and novel Eenaa- vJlle numbers Introduced throughout the aciion of the play are features Iu be seen only thc Stetson com- pany. f Prices, 35, oO and 75 Scats now on sale at Mason lUscii's piano store. Grtat at the Empress special three-reel fcatarc "Kelly :fom thtj Emerald'Isle." whlth AVJH be-shown agtiin tonight-fer the last llmo at this popular house, fuilj' Justi-J fiea everything that lias been said of Its Eurpassing -.It is a beauty. Apart from the marvellous and wonderfully sensational incidents In the play u'is a veritable triumph cf acting and splendid and'Urpropriate scenery. The hairbreadth escapes the hero are of the most exciting and hair-raising -description, and ,caused the large audience who filled the house last night'to gasp in astonish- ment aiid wonder. Fathe's British- Weekly great C-Q'sure, with Us presentment of all thc latest and-most important hap- penings 01 er tbe water. those 'who thoroughly enjoy a good lioncat laugli, should see ''The Convict." The- way the audience laughed at this excruciatingly comic picture last'night-was sood to hoar. Thc climax is most' unexpected, anil Is as big n jofcp on the audtence'as it is on his would-be captors. 'The wife in "The Husband's Jealous is a" terror indeed, and her mania caus- ed great merriment. TEN CENTS SINGLE The Empress "KELLY FROM THE EMERALD ISLE" 256. FOR THREE In Three Paris. We confidently assert that this gr'tat production is well worth paying 25 cents to and.that this sum has been paid at oilier picture houses to see PICTURES NOT'AS GOOD. Thret Other Splendid Pictures 25c. THREE "The Irish Miss Irene Al- len's song, ivas most appropriate, and callcJ for an enthusiastic encore; STEFFANEON OFF TO ALASKA Seattle, Julv SleHan- son.-commander of tbe Canadian Arc- tic coloring expedition; sailed for Nome, Alaska, tu join hla ship, tbe whaler. Karluk, and Ihe gasoline now- cr boat Alaskan. With hini sailed Dr. n. SI, Anderson, bia Iftoenanl, ana James Murray. -MISS IRENE Comlna FrI. and Sat. "Whims of Fate" TEN t I f _ 25c. CENTS AflmiCCmii 'FOR SINGUE THpEE -TEN .CENTS SINGLE THAT IS OPINION OF MR. F. M. HORNER BRADFORD, ENGLAND "Of flaftano ilself I could say -much It occupies a most position and Is Ijound to be a city of consider- able importance. I am delighted with its progress sjjice I ,nas last liere. The slgniftcancC'Of biis happen- ed Is lull of- importance lo Ihe town. Snlfi CurreDl has passed from Hie region of surmise to one of Sctualitj-. "And in the nay a year hence jctt may readily see both the C, P. R. Coronadon to Lcttiliridge line, and. the C. .V. II. Hanna to Taoer line in llie sainc categor) nf .cpopunimatctl facts! "You are now iho electoral centre of 'tbe Ikw Valley district nitb-a minister cf'puhlic Norks as youv re- The" railwaj program for the immediate future com: pleUd will place voj, in my opinion, next only (o Calgary and Edmonton. While -'rnUu-Ry activity does It locales larao centres of popu- lation." This was cne ot the declarations o! F. M. Ho-rncr, of Uradforti, Kngiand, irho passed through Bassimb last Jlr. Uorner is a "ho has had sufficient faith'In Ms respecting Bassano to "put Ihousanil dollars into clpfo-in prcperty In the ton n. only last plementlng' his large, holdings' by i further eighteen-blocks. JIf has made several Ensland" lo Canada, and has some striking maltei eApressing surprise ai the growth' of Uassano and pltasure-at its prospecls- in A lengthy with ihc minutes. York, .liily an cttort tq break, (he record for a trip-around the world, John lUmy' alvicM man, sailed here on'the steam- er" Manrelnnfa at" one morning. Mr Mcars, who is-'traVfil- ling- iu interest of ,a .nenspapfrV plans to Journey by way of London' V.ladivostcck and. Yokohama to Vic-' and Seattle and thence here by rail. His schedule calls August 6. His total lime, should ho his Eclicfiulc, will'be 33 days, ?l hours, 35 "jninutcs, The present cord made In VD11 fay Aiidrp; hour's and.43 CONVICTED OF BRIBERY Wtbsler Sprirgs, W. Va 'July Slale Senator Smith ivas convictc bribery last nlghl in connection accepting lo vote for Col, niour n candidate tor United States Senate. After longed trial tlic case went lo the jury yesterday afternoon, Senator Smith (s the first racmter ot the West Vlp glnlo legislature ue convicted ol such a charge Principal Members of the Original All Slar Cast in Fine Feathers" at the Majestic Theatre, Saturday, July 5th. From to right ire; Robert Edesori, Rose Coghlan, Wilton Lackaye, Lo'ila Robertson. Nfax.Fienwnd and Amelia Sumeti ;