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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Tnly 5, l013 TliE I.ETJTBKTDGE DAILY TIER AT. D_ Pago 3 NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD TO-DAY ONLY "The Great Pendleton Stampede" FIVF OPELS FIVE REELS U-71' 'KR BUCK Hundred! of Cowboy., Cowgirls nnd Savagely Wild Brorichos and Conle.U, Stw CoJch Roping., Hiding arid the whole of THE GREATEST FRONTIER OKLKBRATHLX EVER HELD. NO RAISE IN PRICES Majestic Theatre, TQ-NIGHT MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE Calgary, Alta. FALL TERM COMMENCES Sept. 8th 1013 A hldh class veBiilential ami day College. For boys and yoimg men. slrls and Voting 'men. Courses of study: Acad- emic, Commercial. K.sprensiQn Physical Culture, Fine Arl, Music; 1-aUtea' College courft! lending to Diploma: Prepara- tion for tlniversllles arid Teach- ers' Calendar "sent on aYilieallon. Rev. Geo. W. Klrb'y, B.A., D.D, Principal LARGEST STEAM- ERS FROM CANADA DEPARTURES FROM MONTREAL WILL BE WHITE STAR DOMINION LINE Canada July 12tli MONTREAL and QUEHKC to LIVERPOOL FO1J.OWJ3D BV MEGANTIC, July 15 TEUTONIC July 26 LAURENTIC Aug. 2. and regularly thercaTler. For particulars ask any Railroad or Steamship Agent, or writ W. M. Mci-ted, 333 Main St., Winnipeg. Manitoba Ask About Our Summer Tour of Four for WILSON MacDONALD Canadian Poet Whose Meritorious Work Deserves Widest Recognition TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. VOGT, MUf- Dot, Musical Director Re-opens Tuesday September 2nd Faculty of 100 specialists. Conservatory reoldence for yuung lady students. Year book mailed on application Tlio greatest Driunatic Cast cvi-r Assembled, in ihi' Biggcsl 1'lay ol' HIP THE ORIGINAL A1LL STAR PRODUCTION OF Direct from the AJtor Theatre, N. Y., With lit cast of Prominent American and Stan, Including: Fine Feathers" ROBERT EDESON WJLTON LACKAYK MAX FFGMAX ROSE COG1ILAX LOLITA UOBKRTSOX AMELIA SUMMERS PRICKS: 50r, ?KoO and For ihe accommodation of Merchants and Clerks, the curtain win n ot rise sale ni MPAOU RJsch Plnno Store. -Kdllbr f.oilinriiJfiu -Iler-fild: j Dear Will "yon permit me to say a few wcTtlti concerning the works i oE Mr. Wilson MacDonald, who I mutci'stand fa 'o appear al the Theatre under the auspices of the Gait HoBpltnl Guild next Tuesday nml evenings. I have known Mr. .MacDonaWfor a number of years, have followed his career 'witli very deep tnterfisl. A8 -or V-a quali- ties as an enterUilner, nolliirig need br> added to such words of unstinted jjralfO as Sir Thomas Mpion, Hon. T, WhUe, ilon. Colin Campbell and well known mer. have spoken and written, I can not take space here in (piote. The thing that 1 wish to call your ntlention" to is Ihe motive which lies behind nl! Mr. Mnc- Honald's efforts io entertain; -us every one who has witnessed Ms performances must admit, Mr, M.ic- Donald'a work as a cartoonist., muelc- tan, master of Icgerdomaln, hears tho merited mark of spontaneity, these thinRs are onormcmaly secnmlnry ns more or lees niercenary means to a most elevated and Idealistic end. Every dollar Mr. AliJctJotiald can make "by Bong hit and sleight of hand if, tie- FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN by him toward toinniainlinR a Htile ID u-ltich to write, or a little capital wherewith to pniilish the poetry that la his Hfc-wprk. And that this is a Hfn-work vvWth while is proven not by ihe day dreams of an Idler, but by the solid works which Mr. M.acUonalil has already through ye.vrs oi' hardship achieved. Surely it should set ail Canadians a-thlnking to reti-; such words as these, by Fred- erick Wright, U.A. whom Die late T. Stead described as one of the keenest journalists in the Biit- ialt Empire: "A young literary giant has arisen. In .Wilson MacDon- ald Canada has produced a o( the Hist tvaiei1." Or fhcsp by AJberl Smythe, literary critic of the Toronto World.: '.'WUion MaeDonald has struck the note .yet aUaincd in Canadian literature." Brand WliU lor-k, reformer and novelist, mayor ol Toledo, Mr. "1 air T-'ritliiK JO11 to tell you" how thought your'imem aurt what a noble work H is yon are O'he Shnnte of Society, "published Toronto Star, June 12, -Mi'. Ever ion Miller, classical master in Winnipeg Collegiate Institute, says in a reucn letter to the editor ol the Reglna Mirror, in common diuory reference to the Intter's unequivocal recognition o Mr. Mac Donald's worth as a "ii his productions there nre nobility o expression, purity of diction anc (llphts of ffincy that liim a fore most place iti the ranks of Catiadia t poets." Slay cjnotfl a few verses tliat in my The solitary children chaos bore, .And oji a in pensive mood. J stnnrt Listing thy soiigwnves plash a velvet KT.ch.mUng all the land." Suroly aiiuh R stanza as that belongs to great literature. And there not thrill and thnrni and power in thfi imagnry, and the ideal of ''To the Uncrowned packed full of such sentiments and aentonoos as the J have caught such a light irjioiiy the fiHTo'wed brows of men .whose narrves Lie on pur loiigutis like as is seen To flash on chariots (he railing star. hiive heard ihoir cries of noble an- As lordly as the cry or avalanrlie; have scL'Ji tliem measure (a (he earth Vitb all the sialeliness of ancient BIJOU THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL TO-DAY "Heroes One And AH" THE LUB1N CO. AT THEm BEST: A NOTABLE CAST STRONG DRAMATIC 8ITUA- TIONS, SUPERBLY STAGED. "A Farmhouse Romance" REALLY A COMICAL COMEDY "The Turning Point" SOMETHING DIFFERENT AND BETTER IN DRAMA COMING VERY SOON International Polo Race ENGLAND VS. AMERICA 10 Cents 10 Cents Majestic Theatre, Two Nights. Tues.-Wcd., July 8-9 THE HOSPITAL LADIES' AID SOCIETY PRESENT An Evening of Mirth, Mystery, Music and Dancing ASSISTED HARVEY, MRS, FISHER, MRS, n. J. GORDON, MS. D. H. ELTON, MRS. A. TILLEY, MRS. F. W. DOWNER. MR. E. A. CANNING, MR. V. R.. BROWN, MR. F. ROSE, and MR. WILSON MCDONALD, CANADA'S SOCIETY ENTERTAiNER r. -rt Seats on Sale Mason HIA Prices: 25c, oOc, Risch ptano store, iicu) tuc Souls, fa (n't with (lihst, who heard the clash of hnnds Like rain, ycl hold iheJr'-Tid '1 sing bore of -the glory of bleak Failures of God, 'ere. He designed- a Vanned hy a palm and a rosr-: speak here of the majesty of years .'hlch run np hopeless cliffs on sou- nights. 1 tell heie of the glory of those A'hlch thrust their arms, rock WHS clecl, through the clouds, All hopelessly, to catch a moon." O aH yc men who reach courageous arms After tho unattainable. fcnow.ihte- Attempt doth hold reward in its own And noble effort Is a kingdom pnlned J refrain Erom echoing the words of tlie letter of Mr. Everlon Miller, .referred to above: "Anything that yol: can do through your columns is his behalf, and then in liehaH of tbo ndvsncomant of our Canadian liter- ature, ought, (o receive the nose sin- cero ami hearty commendation." ThnnKiup you for Miir. apace, I am, Yours sincerely, A. CLINTON WATS OX. The Buffet Lunch Next Door to Empress Thoatre Under new management Everything up to date Reasonable OPEN DAY AND-NIGHT ROBT. C. F1T2SIMMONS, Prop. PROCTOR, B.C. Fishing. Boating Bathing. An Weal place to spend your holidays. 'Day Rales and Weekly and .Nionthly Rafeg on application. American plan. G. AND F. SNOW, .PROPS. By Common Sense Suggestions. "Women Buffering from any form of female ills are invited to communicate promptly vrith the private t correspondence de.- partmtntof the Ly- dJn Med- icine Co., Lynn, I Mass. Your letter will bo opened, read I and answered by a woman and held in A woman con freuly talk of her private illnesa to n woman thus has been establiphed a confidcnlial correspond en ce which has ex tcrkkd over rnnny yeere and has nsver Broken. Never hn-ve they publisbed a or used n letter without tho eonseriLof-ths riever the Company hllowed these confi- dential letters to get'outof their soBsion, aa tho hundrciVof thouBEnda of them in their files will attest Out of tho vast volume of ihey have to draw from, itfs moro -thnn possible Uiat they nossfw the very "knowledge needed In your case. Noth- ing is asked in return except your good TvJJj, and (heir advico has helped thou- f ands. Surely any T7omnn, rich or poor, should glnd to tAkondvontage of this generous ofTeT of nasistance, Address Lydia E, PinlthDm Medicine (con- fidential) Lynn, Mftsa.- TTvery iromnn nugltt to T.jflln T3. Flnklinm'H 80-pnpo Text liook, It is imt a bnolt for gcriernl dlstriliiitloii, ns if la (on It In free anil only liialii AYi'Uo for it I rinottUions innke. Tfmao cxcorpts arc taken random from a row maiui- Hcilpts I have hud tlie pU'asuro Moving Hhe shuttles over tho dcop, i Throujjh lnokcn roasts ALK! spars ,Thn doinluns flew the rents ot woe I VYbere storm gods smote the bars. that rides on slnr-flockod That under the cliffs grow blind. Listless, Backward Children l.ove MmlH with silk and thpn And I lieu wlih iron band: And then comes Kate with r And cnld each precious strand; And thru wo fio njfttfi OUT With dosnrL Maaios .of From GvBitianrR cluff nirt. Otus cry, "Kfstnel, Rlsmol, And after tbe word throe limes was An answer low and .dismal. Moaned walls of sobbing halls, in aea-arcaaes abysmal. These nre from and n poctn alike for of concepiiou and niuaic of Ulfttton. From "The Whlp-roorAVlll." a poem T heliftvc that vnry favorably hears coniparlnnn with Shelloy's "To a Shy- la "l-lmmcd on a leaden sky the huilrflrcl trues Stand like the cvli rtrcfis some blacU ill Ink; When Brcbiis Invades whh chilling Ami .tills blackness to tbe cup's high brink: utghC ilolh Interlink, man race, cowboys' relay race, girls1! Inickttig contest, riding Lucking hulls aud cows, 'fancy roping, snd love j dance by Indians, steer roping-, atagc coacli races, bucking I contests rcsirlcted to the vic- [iotis and wild outlaw horues, anrt a tliouaani! and one oilier real Frontier e rents. These splendid pictures will be osvn for the las! limes today, and itH who avail themselves of this op- portunity to witness tbiem will experi- ence all the thrills ttntl o-scltcuicni of tho big stampede. "Old Tom" Coming The" only-dramatic century plant from which (lowers are always being picked, if one may pardon the anach- ronism, la "Uncle Tom's Things may things may go, hut 'his moving talc. of slavery days goes dosvn tho corridors of lime forever. It seems hardly possible lhaL any one may not have Tom's yet packet! houses greet Lbe famous Stuaon Company, wherever it appears, and count less thousands laugh, applaud as though it were a new cUamattc offering. Such IB the tcnncloua hold that dramit has on the aftcctloiiB of tlieatre-BoerB properly presented. Poor ver- sions of this and poor "Uncle Tom'a Cabin" companies have for years dolled Ihe sea of drama like.so many active tnariuo carry-flUs. Slosl of them arc since atrevn alons the shores ot tlrnc, Hkti-ao many dere- ItCtB. Stotson Company bears Ihe rc- of u rnra-avlc among the pro- dtictlonjt'of this drama, nnil wins the very highest commendation. It ie d 'to dwarf nl] other productions of this play, 'tis the Himalayas rtwart a mole-hill. In Manager Wafihbum'B production It Is ahnosi a new BO morforn and np to date are the accessories to Ua successtul presen- iatiou. Stetson's is a remarkable revival or a reliable- classic-. The house is sure to ho EHleil on Monday, July 7, at Inn Mnjefitic Theatre, iiv-thosn who wish to i-erresb their memories, RE well as .those who delight In'a fine dramatic MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY, JULY 7th A Grand Revival of the Play that will Live Forever. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" "Or Life Among tbe a itupendous and maflnlfieanl scale, with all the added features that have made famous STETSON'S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN CO, Grand Transformation Scent and Mechanical STETSON'S' MlLlf ARV' BAND See the Grand Street Paradn. The real man eating Blood Hounds Hear the Band Concert free at night In front of the Theatre Seats on Sule at Mason fc Rlsch Store.'.Prices. 35c, 5pc. Gr. Morse's Rool Pllrs Many t boy or prl it down aa tionaliy slowj itupid or lazy when it U icalljr a gucidon of inactire boweU, ir.y liver or ilogf-jh kidr.eyi. The growing child, with beiriy ippciiic, certainly cannot long remain healthy and bright if ihe icwerj of the body, boweli and tic kidncyi, ire choked, up with tkat ihouM be thrown off promptly. The muddy complexion, dragging limbi dislike for menul or phyiical effort ihow pliinly that the child needi Dr. In4Un Root PHU to Uit op tbt liver uid kidney i reguhie the boweli. Mirsf't lattian Rett Pith do ihii mort effectively, the whole tyitem, purifying the the digestion and giving plenty of life asd acriviiy. As upon the education obVvned may depend the in life of your boy or to it the general hcilth of the child W ttich that tcudy it tad not a nardihip. Made fromrooo and by W.H- ComJtock Co., Led., at BrockviJle, 'tad iolJ by dealer I at ijc, a Iwi. 6 "Fine Feathera" Tonight Tlie largest and most fashionable! audience of tbe year, judging from the advanco 'will be on ai Hie MBJBStlc Theatre tonight to see "Fine said to IIP ihe big- seal play ot the century, and proBRTU- ea by the finest dramatic cast ]n this company, which fs composed entirely ol prominent stars, tipper Robert EVleson, Wilton Lnchnye, Max Kigman, Rose Coghlan, T.olttn Ilobert- ficn an! AnieKs Summers, and tbe parts provided for them In this play are auch as to display aJi ihelr skill ftinl "artlBtry. For 150 nishta "Fine FcftllierR" packed tho-Astov Theatre. IXeT." York, and for fire months it. "attracted, largo cTowdn to the Cort Theatre, C'nicaso, and n-.-nt fall It is gchediried to upponi at the Sir Charles Theatre London. U comes here almost dl rect from Us Broadway run, and thl? one of only four Canadian cities io be given a view of ihe original Mi- star production. Those who are fortunate enough to aec it will witness a performance to I be long onrf pleasantly remembered. Last Day of the Great Stampede- at, Starland 1 For tho last times today at Star- land will ho Bfcown the groat Oregon Stampede, thp Pendlolon pictures. These pictured vrere shown it Starland last to capacity .lO'.isrB. Tho Pendleton Round-llp ,Ia tho RTcatoat western and northwcaV ern event held annually, thn mo- tion ptcturos of this great gathering show with remarkable clearness ftll of the principal events. Some of thpBO Include the street.parade of con- leilftiitn. the cntrnnr.e to the round- up, ftrc-na charge, fancy riding, Ho- o. Between the acls, Bpt-cial high-class vaudeville acls wlU.be introduced. Tho pnrade Is said io bR ihe grandest ever given by any theatrical company anywhere. Prices. X.S. 30 anrt 75 Seats now on tile at Mason Kisch. UocarTalent Again'to the' Front ivith inn ambition ot inaJt-, ing Lelhbrldge a household word In' tJieatrical circles tbe local celebrities t are prcsentinE for puhllc approval nest Tuesday and Wednesday, an evening of entertainment that IB calculated to ado another sueiiiiss to thnt already achkived. The programme is present- ed under (he auspices tbe Hospital Aid society, an Insliluiion de- sewing of the heartiest support ot ev- ery cilixen. Among the'company pre- senting the performance are Mrs, D. H. Eltou, Mrs. Tllloy, Mrs. Harvey, the Misses Simpson, Still, Mr. r. Rose, Mr. V. U. Brown, Mr. E. A. Canning, Miss Dorothy Young (AIIieTttt'B star actress I, Mrs VlsHcr (our own special terpsichoreai and a chorus of Alberta's fair maidens: a "talented company that should draw capacity honees. Tlio var- ious scenaE, anngE and. dancRg aro de- Hgbtnil, and with the naalstniice 'of ML-.' WLlEOn .McDonald, the grcatCBt EO- ciety ontfirtafnor on the Anierlcan con. tlnent, Lethbi-ldge will po favored W'inrilr1 perfornmnce Ihat never been excclJert on nny stage, f Mrs. F. W, Downer, Mrs. Andrew Tllley, Mrs. 0. K. P. Conybeare and Mrs. R. J. Gordon, the ___jllvo of ihe HoBpltal Ijidles' Aid, arc 'working very hard to ensure the success of their efforts, and H IB to he hoped will co-oparatioa of every citizen. Tho prices nre pop ular, namely: 25, 35, 50 and 15 cents. Seats now selling at Mo sen Uisch'n piano store. Book your seats early to avoid disappointment. ore, full 'ciiy fire brigado In'action, met tlirUHDg rescues cf two men.- im- tn the building. The fire en- tiucks and other paraphfonalla j.ve seun leaving the Ore halls and gal- oping to the Of course, there s a. love story as'th0 heginning ami enil ot It all, hut for dramatic scenes and thrillers it Is na-fA beatl and one of "tlie vory( best ever seen here. The city firemen Bhnutrt BOB this, -AlKo-lhe for a hcartod cop fills 'tin innxjrtant role. Also the "hello girl." the Inside work- ings of a telephone office facing ehoirn telephone operator is tlie heroine. The DIJon nlfa-o shoivg piher reels of an InteruBting character. The big firo scene is on the bill again tunlgbt. Splendid Programme at tlie Empress The magnificent two-reel feature '.Whitns of which was greatly, enjoyed'hy very large audience at his house of pleasure last evening, -vlll ue again tonight for he last time. It portrays fn the raoal the contrast In the IVCB of. a brother and sister, who each "work out their lives In a differ- ent manner. The great fire scene in the rframi of "The Railroad one of the most reattsllc photo-play pictures seen in a long time, and created a. great Impression. EXCURSIONS Thriller at the Bijou For a thrill every minute, there Is n picture bclnp shown in the HIJou Picture Theatre, which fakes the inctlnl. R is entitled "HeroeB One nri( Ficitl introciucea a remarkabl firo scene. A bis city office building in TlanKs. immense crowd of specta The beautifully colored adaptation of the great play of Shakespeare's wan much enjoyed. old, iitory of love and jealousy making a great appeal to the audionca. Miss irene AHen, who was In splen- did voice, gave further eTidence of her great ability, and put a fitting ter- mination to very delightful program. North Pacific Coast On Sale Daily June 1 to Sept. 30 Return Limit Oct. 31st, 1913 LETHBRIDGE IO SATURDAY, JULY Ta_VANCOUVERt B. C. B, 0. WESTMINSTER, B.C. WASH. WASH. WASH. AND RETURN CA1 Qfl FOR TACOMA AND RETURN POHTUANO, fiOINC VIA SE ATTLE and RETURN A CC Via Spokane flHH.JW PORTLAND, ORE., Going and Re- turning Via cm Qn Settle........... For flirllicr parllculara nply lo De- pot Ticket .Omce. THcphone or wrllc to R. O. McNEIULIE, Dlltrict PacienQcr Agent, Cslgnry, Alta. Free Circus Street 9 bands, 250 horses, people of all climes in native costumes will be shown'in parade. Two shows (it 2, riight at open at 1_. 7 Waterproof tenta. Admission 25 feme .to ;