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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHPRIDGE DAILY HERALD Clear as Crystal Friday and Big Days at Starland ri 7-1J A vivid and drama ot life on tlio Canadian Sons of the Wilderness jrj- rj A .touching and true-to'-ltte story of a woman's tor- fjer JjOyS nblo sacrifice. _, r 'til One of those brisk, snappy comedies dial all The Little UrgantSt world rellshes-cvea the most hardened "Grouch Tonight and Tomorrow Night IN THE MUSICAL-COMEDY SENSATION "THE FLIRTING PRINCESS" -----------CONTAINS------------ NEW UNIQUE IDEAS ORIGINAL NOVELTIES MUSICAL GEMS Than Half a Dozen Others Combined "Never Choote a Girl from Her Jack Been Kissed' in the Heart's Egyptian Mummy "Tell Her in the Golden Moon" AND HARRY BULGER'S OWN PERSONAL "GO BACK TO TOWN" AND "WHAT US POOR GIRLS GO THROUGH." MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) CREEK PROMOTIONS l} Pinchcr Creek, July ing is .1 list of the pupils m the tonu th.it have beea successful at 'i'lbe midsummer The 'f, Barnes jre in order of mexit. lr Grade VII. to Grade IH Ji'MaxMCIl, Harold Baird, Hugh Bert- Robert Marion Dobb.e, iWillie Bessie Rubin, Ultith McDonald, James Baird, OSKII A.SI- '.'ker GraJe V. to lltrron Miller, Walter Husband, Ren- McK-innon, Grace Robbins, Nel i l lie Srjv, Florence Forster. Grade IV. to Baird, Ilirucc Southworth, Millie iTreunie Long, Mabel Wil.- 'lock, Chas faoutlnuirth, Ku'l Ail in. Grade 111. to Grade Moseley, Alan Belcher, Gordon Tay- lor, Ralph McDonnell, Mary Alder- sou, Mark Reed, Jack Wright, ;J aslier Broadwell, Robert Sharp. Grade III. Jr. to Grade HI. Sr Neil McLean, Jas. Dobbie, Beatrice Savillc, Afiola Se- ville, .Evelvn Miller, Edna Ro'ji'Eisun, Florence Woods, Florence McDonald, Orton Shiirwood, Grant Duthic, Alex, i Baird. Attractive.Musical Play In yiirtiug Princess" Harry liulgcr is said to be. at his best, and liis OKU personal song numbers, "Uu Hack to the Town Where. You Were Born" and "What Us Poor Girls -Go Through" are certainly "gems-pi1 their kind. Mr. Bulger's supporting- coiii pany includus many entirely new faces, imiongst w'hom are Helen Darling; Eileen Sheridan, Dale Fuller, Her bert Hi-ywooil, arid a large "and especially pretty chorus of "American lieautics." The male chorus is also a noticeable feature. The new edition of "The .Flirting Princess" might-aptly be styled a "Terpsichorcan inasmuch as: the phys prominent "Oogic Dance" which is claimed.to be a sensation, given by Dale' Fuller, while the 'Gloomy from .povfcrsVcar- loons of "Glooms and Joys" is en- tirely new. We arc also promised a [jollified version of the much talked of Turkev 1 rot." NO BUBONIC AT HAVANA Havana, Jiilj san.it.iiv an thonties are satisfied that no infec tlon from has reached Havana Thej will continue their rig- orous piecautions, however NEW MINING COMPANY The Esperito Santo Chartered Co., capital and -headquarters at To- ronto, has been incorporated at Ot- tawa for -mining purposes. limit mini Kltllli NIIIH A Cigarette Case From "Carreras" Free tn England ive have just distributed of ths most beautiful Coronation pouvenirs in existence. These souvenirs take the form of an (exquisite cigarette case, inset with the [jxjrtraite of the British in colours. Now we want to make a simitar offer to [our Canadian those who know Virginia tobacco at its the tmoken "Black Cat" Cigarettes. All we ask in exchange ia JO lone of which a now in every "Black Cat" as evidence that you are a smoker of this famous brand. This offer is not to be accepted as any inducement. For are already the preferred Virginia cigarette among men who know, throughout the entire dominion throughout England as w ell. A product of British labor, backed by British caoital, "Black Cat" Cigarettes itand alone, ana first always, in their field. A guarantee of this is in the has stood for the' in tobacco for over a century. "Rlick Cilinttn, plene m that the .round ii unbroken. In ey.ry you will find one Curonitlon CUiretti Cite Coupon. Save tnd WNM you niive iccilBiuliled 50, mil] them (o Your eitmtatt MM will rwcfc by return poil, Addren: CAIREKA5 t MABOANUS OF CANADA, UwlW f of 853 UWNM BMierari Unhid, Qn. Black Cat Medium for 10 Cents MM MUCH BUILDING DONE AT BURMIS C. P. R. -STATION, NEW HOTEL. AND ADDITION TO THE POLICE' BARRACKS Burmls, 'July. A.lurge number ot Hurmis people. took in tlio sports holt' in Frank on Domiiilon Uiiy, iind, ill though ,llio day was not Ideal, still f good programme witnessed. .1. W. Slttlllns, ot liurniis. had walk over in the 100 Yards, also second in the -HO; the latter should have been run over again, a several of the runners wore1 fouled h this nice, one man in particular be ing spiked. ilv; and Mrs. A. Ford are visitors to the Calgary Fair 'this week. Joe Jlarlno, or Blair-more, lias start- ed work on the concrete foundations of the new Jiotel that is to bo built here, and has also -received the con- tract for putting in the foundations of the new C. P. R. depot. Ollie Olson and Alec McDonald (king of the have complet- ed the addition, which is being built to the barracks, and will start work on the new school in the course of a few days. Quite a. lot of rain fell here in the last few days, and our local horticul- turists are wearing a "Sunny Jim" smile. Our popular storekeeper, Mr. ,T. C. Chester, spent Dominion Day. in llac- leod. Quite a large party of anglers spout the week end on the South Fork, but did not have much luck, as 'the water was too high and dirty; better luck next time, boys. Onr soldier boys have returned and are looking well after their shorit so- journ in the training camp tit Calgary. A few of the younger set of Burinis foregathered at the home of H. E. .Smrth on Saturday evening, and spent an enjoyable time in song and har- inoy. The many friends of Mrs. H. B. Smith will' no doubt te pleased to learn that she has landed safely on the other side of the Atlantic, after a somewhat stormy passage. Mrs. M. Dave was a visitor to Prank this week. The stork visited, the home of Mr. and Mrs. P." Roelian; on June and left a tine bouncing bo> Mrs. K. T. Fitzsim'hion took in the sigllts of week. HADBIGMY AT 3WEET GRASS MANY FROM'iSOUTHERN ALBER- TA JOINED IN THE BIG CELEBRATION Coutts, Jul> Sweet Grass had a beautiful day for of July celebration, and a big crowd -was in attendance. It was thought 'by the people on the old A. R. and I. system that special cars would be -put on the southbound train this to re- turn attached to the next freight af- ter the northbound passenger. In this they were disappointed, and the three regular coaches, were ipacked their utmost capacity, people tilling the aisles, and .making it almost impossi- ble for the conductor to get through. Stilling and New Daj ton contributed quite a number, but the "big crowd got on at Warnei, with the baseball team or that place. Milk River TOS also welVrepresented. The town was gaily decorated with flags and bunting, and-all 'the citizens were in gala attire The State of Montana sent a good representation, and all ihp linnystpid country to the east tu'rned out en masse. A large dancing pavilion had been erected in front-.of the Internatloal Hotel, and an" orchestra, composed of musicians from Milk River, Warner and Sweet provided music for dancing. After the ball game in the afternoon, thes dispensed music was much enjoved by ill present Sweet Grass had made, ample pro- vision for her guests, and no incon- venience was experienced, either in the matter of hotel accommodation, meals or refreshments. .John Collins was 'present, and -made himself con- spicuous in ,i few but there never was a gathering at Sweet Grass in which visitors were hotter con- ducted. At two o'clock a taaeball game was .called on the athletic grounds, be- tween Warner and .Sweet Grass, which resulted in a score of 11-1 In Warner's f.uor. The hoiie races proved an interesting part of the pro gramme In the pon> class Alchc's "Christ" finished first, with Tom Black's "Prince" second R F. Bolt bees "Jerrs" captured the money in Hie free for all. but chased close- Ij by Dean's "Dicloy." The visitors from the north had to leave at I 30. After this time foot- races were run on the track in tho town, hut the Herald's representative hail to catch the train, and 'we are un- able to make a report. The ;Keathor war Ideal; and tho crowd as large as Sweet Grass has had within Ita limits. STUFF DISHES WITH PAPER In packing china to go any distance one of the most important 'things to remember IB that all hollow dishes should be stuffed with paper or ox- ctlslor as well as wrapped In It, Billed for Monday Last, will be held at 2 o'Clock Program same as was to be held Monday, with one Matched Race added. Admission 25c. j Children Under 12 free; Grand Stand Free SMITH JENNINGS, Managers ARRESTED IN HAMILTON A woman giving the. name of Alice Clegue of Toronto- was arrested at Hamilton charged: with the theft of a Watch which she wrongfully claim- ed when asked if she had lost it. UNIQUE .DAMAGE CASE Chas. Arcliam'baul't. a Montreal law- was' awa-rded his name was not jjrinttd in the directory injargo type as'per agreement- He had asked PROTECTING STREET TRAFFIC To stop street traffic accidents, Montreal's police chief has this .week hud from 100 to 480 drivers ot-vehic- les summoned daily and fined for breaking b'ylawa. 4 Shirt Sale Saturday ....AT.... THE 2 Some of the Shirts we are putting on sale w.e have had in stock; some we have just purchased from well- known makers, such as W. G. R, Cluett, Tooke, Etc. We always clean out our stock at this season of the year and get ready for fall goods. So here goes for BARGAINS Lot No. 1, Saturday Cluett Peabody Shirts; regular prices to On Sale Saturday, all sizes Lot No. 2 and Tooke Shirts; regular.prices to Sale Saturday Lot No. 3 25 Per Cent Off All Hate; Saturday Only. THE 2 M's McKelvie McGuire ;