Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
fhursday, July 10, 1913 THE LETIlBRIpGE DAILY HKRALD Page 31 NEW VICTOR JULY RECORDS OUT TO-DAY 10.JNCH DOUBLE-SIDED VICTOR RECORDS ARE 90c. FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS. Another Cantdian Medley and over a dozen late poputtr songs. Canadian Medley March No. 2 f You're a Great Big Blue Eyed Baby VAnd the Green Grass Grew all Around on Silv'ry Moon (Duel) 17349 Land..... ft love Her. Oh 1 Oh Oh do as Much for You Souix't Bind Home Guards Band Heidelberg Qyinletts Atnericin Qyirlcl Campbell Buir Foreigners in Manitoba Grow- ing up Institution is Over- crowded GUIDE TEN CENT6 SINGLE The Empress 25c.. FOR THREE ________ A Remarkable Two-Reel Feature________ THE PANTHER'S PREY A. Truly Wonderful Animal Besti PATHE'a BRITISH WEEKLY WON BY A FOOT f-ateit Edition Comedy TOBACCO CULTIVATION IN MALAYSIA and Dogs OTHER GOOD ONES MISU IRENE ALLEN William Jonei Murray A CHARMING SELECTION OF RED SEALS, 64324 The Brook Cluck 871S9 Your Eyes Have Told Me Enrico Any Mtitet't Voice" delict in any city m Canada will gladly Ibese iccotdi fot you. Ait iot A free copy of our 300 pag; Musical EJIcyclopedia, lining over Victor Recotck BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., Limited MONTREAL Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos 404-5th St. S., Bryan Block 17 Western Branches Phone 791 July minority port signed by five grand jurors, was handed to Chief Juslire Mathers this morning, along with tlic report oi the grntitl jury which bad been inves- tigating various public institutions in Manitoba. Tho "minority deplored the fact Dial many citi- zens of this of loreigc-born parents 30 years ol age were unable to give their testimony before the comt in KngUsh and that there is no law on the statute books of the pro- vince to compel. citizens of for- eign berth to semi their children to the schools of Manitoba to learn the KngUsh language. After the report had fieen read the cliieJ justice announced thai he vould lake pains to put ihe report to the proper authorities. The report .ol the jury that it found the public institutions in ex- ceUenliCondlUun and the work oC the authorities in charge of- those places ivas commended. It recited that- tho complaints ol some prisoners at the provincial jail had hr-fn found f-roxmd- less, '7'he scheme of compensating men at Z'rison Villa for their heartily recommended and alter the report- had been read, his lord- ship said that the recommendation of the grand jury in this particular, met with his hearty approbation. As to the d.cai'an'i dumb institu- tion, the report-said that it should be ascertained that not enough ac- commodation were provided there tor all coiiiers. The jury had iound the pupils away on Ihcii summer va- cations, but as it-had ascer- tained that Inmate's svere there from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatch ewan and Manitoba, and that- there was no sufficient room for at! applv cants from this province, it was re- commended thai sufficient- additions be built to the building, and that no Aiatritcba child1 refused admittance f'The Children of St. Anna" to_3tarland Tomorrow TILU management of Starland have been fortunate enough to secure a booking of the remarkable dramatic a-1 lion of Forrest Haliey'a sublime Creole lovo atory- "The Children of Si. ag- iho apecUl attraction, for I HVJday and Forrest Hal- j ey (p probably one of the mou cap-1 bio novellata of the preseni BRC, y of hts works having been pro- j ucert In motion pictures wth great UCCPFS. Patrons of Starland Mil re- nember the many splondid' llalaoy toriea, which have been shown at i tarland recently, and will doubtless I oak forward w5th pleasure to the j ings "The Children of St. the charming romance full of harlty, faith and apticaling heart in-1 cresi. It is filmed In two reels, and will poelUvcly be shown toniorro'sc ,nd Saturday, in conjunction with a i lumber of other really tine pictures. No Advance in Prices TEN CENTS SINQLE SIllflB ETOUWEDJSIIP GREA1 WEST RTEAMERS CROSSING .ATLANTIC iJCEAN ARE "PUMPINQ IN" THE HOME-BEEKERS HIE SLAVERS JAMES LAMSKIN, FORMERLY OF l.C.R, TO WATCH UNPRO- TECTED TRAVELLING GIRLS Quebec, 'July 3. In less than forty- lour hourB over Imroigranls bfcve arrived for the Canadian west. Thli record breaking Invasion due to which delayed etoamers Jtt the Gulf and made arrive in a bunch. Five stegmere arrived yesterday after- noon and one this morning. The Royal Ed want had i.GOO angora 950, the CorBican; the Caafinndra Ibe Scandinavian the Cnnada, 400 and the -Ionian eleven o'clock tola morning- all the new. com- ers had been directed toward ihe Can adieu Pao inc. RODEN HOOPER'S BODY FOUND Edmonton, July body of "Roden C. Hooper, n-ho drowned In'the Iftuach accident of June 28, recovered thla morning on KlRtB. This Is the third body found. The funeral of Hooper's wife and Earl "Morodith ivlll be held tomorrow. BILLY DE GRAVES A HERO Calgary, July helping to Cbect a brisk hUre in Ihe Pryce-Jonen morDantile bouse tonight. Fireman George Gaylord encountered a live the shock rendering him uncon- He was rescued by William .DaGravftS, a newspaper man, who car- ried him down the ladder to Eafoly. Goyloi'd will recover. 10 KEEP EYE ON Ottawa, JuJy flcoordanoe with a statement made by Premier Bordeh toward the close of the session, the 10 C. S, MELLENS1 RECENT 'MOVE- MENTS CAUSED RUMORS ABOUT BIG EASTERN RAILWAYS Tiraes which estimates the IOBS on (picture, "The Culture ol Tobacco In (Processor Percy Foster, of Washing' New York, July thai the resignation of C, S. Mnllen, president of tile New Haver, railroad from tho Dominion government proposes to Uoa'ton. and .Maine the fore- niaka an effort to ilcal with.ihe White j runner of bis retirement from the Slave trnfflc. A special officer. In the great transportation system, which he person ot Mr. .Tames former- ly of tbo J.C.R., hae been appointed IQ work in conjunction with the Domin- ion pollco and the railway a, to protect, young: girls travelling through Cnn- ada. Attention would be tuken by the government of the plans of the Inter- unllonal association, Ea elabor- ating a system for the protection at Rirls travelling Immigrants. The traffic hns not, up to the present, time, assumed serious proportions fn this country.' A Splendid Show Another good crowd witnessed the celleat vaudeville and piccures at he MorrlB Tbeatre last night. v Mr, Valter Stanlon, the Original Chantl- j leer, and his trained roosters, highly delighted the audience, while MJas Victoria. Orville also Fcored a big hit with her coster Bongs and dancing. ,Uss Happy Harrison and hor educat- ed mule fairly brought tho house down whan some young men out of the audience made an attempt o ride tho tricky beast. The pictures were all excoltenl, and with another change tonight, the house should be 2 BIJOU TO-DAY "At Napoleon's Command" A Remarkable Two-Reel Pro. duct Ion, A Vivid Impersonation of the Great Emperor and a Plot through 11 all, "There's Music In The Hair" John Bunny In a Screaming Comedy 'Scenes in Tokyo, Japan1 'On the Mountain Range' Absorbing" Story of the Early COMING VERY SOON International' Polo Race ENGLAND VS. AMERICA TODAY ONLY The Sensational "Broncho13 A Dixie Mother" Story of Maternal Love In Times of War and Strife ADDITIONAL FEATURES Friday and Saturday- Forrest Halsey's Beautiful Love "The Children of Saint Anne In Two Sublime Reels OS i I 1C. E. S1ILL MKHIY The Empress The patrons of tho above iheaire witnessed a groat photo-play in tho special two-reel "The Pan- j screen ngtiiti ton3ght for tho last time. The training ot wild animals] for purposes ot the "movlts" has j a state oT vericcticni that a ehort time ago would have been de- clared impossible, anct 'this picture is a notable case in'nolnt. The nnturaf "nature" action of this panther has to be seen to be believed. AT LOS ANGELES AT BIG INTER. NATIONAL CONVENTION London, July of ibfi ev- acuation ol Koichana and Isttp by Genera! Kovatcheff> army, are con- firmed In a Sofia, despatch to the Los Angeles, July nearly delegates attending from all parte ot thft Christianized world, tbe twenty-sixth International Christian Endeavor convention opened in Angeks tonight. I The multitude attending the gatk- "Divided Interests" Is a capital [crinr TV AS sealed in the gigantic can- tells of the wily dower, vass amid semi-tropical ivhd in endeavors to find another or Southern Cnllfor- mothor for his bairns adopts some art-jrria out of doors carried bodily insfdo. ful dodges to aid his Belecilon, and Palm trees irere (lie pillars of tbe ex- aucceedB, ae he deserves to. tenaivc canvass auditorium. _ -_T-..' Uev. Dr. Francis Clarke, of Boston, PaLhe's Drftieh Weekly was aa wel-1 the president of tlie who come as ever, and Is unusually good.'because of his Initials is Uncivil as There IB a beautifully colored presided, anil both Bides as scarttily toss than 000 killed and .wounded. The Bulgar- ian faced the most "desperate fighting; and performed great feats of herolhm before they were routed, suffering the severe that Is a delight to the eye] ton, conducted ibc niuaical numbers ud'ol great Intorest instruction, [of the programme. A" chorus of nine hundred voices Joined Jn an opening MlBs Irone Allen-Bans delightfully, service of praise. nd Kill appear againttonlsht. 'J Greetings presented to tbe con- Coming on Friday'and Saturday, a i ve nil on from President marvellouB two-real .feature, "In a son, Secretary ol Slate Bryan, Dr. Iv. .ion's a great drama of circus JlCovatz, acting rtce-presldent of'tho C. P -R. HITS NEW LOW LEVEU Montreal, July 3. The outstanding feature of today's market the. break fn C. P, R., points lower, car- rying that atock'down to a new" low level of 208 in Walt Street, and In Montreal, from 214 in Wall Street and higher yesterday. naturally reacfed and depress- ed the real of the market, with the re- sult that iTBdlnR was llglit. BrszUIan a-as 'weaker a.t S2V3 Spnnlsti 48% to 47; Power, '20n to 20S; Soo. Iron, 44; Textile, has hiillt up In New England Tvero denied emphatically by him, a'ud bis represeniativeB, todny. A stalement issued at Mr. Mcllon'a d-Terilon tonight, reads: "This chanffo In organization means nothing more tban Mr. itellen will de- vote MB full time to the affairs of the New Haven road and its direct subsid- iaries hereafter, 'and Mr. McDonald will in all respects hnndle- the Boston Maine and Maine Central railroads. "This cfiange does not mean any ES of Interest in tho ntfalrn of, tbe Boston Maine and the Maine Cen- tral by ins Ne'w Haven, and Mr. Mel- en continues on fh'e boards of dtrect- i-R ot both roads, and as. a member of tho evecutive committees. "It has been found impossible for" one man to handle the throe roads sailsfnctorlly, and do justice to ewh, and the New Haven being tlio larger nd more important, Mr. Mellcu.-wiH hereaftor devote to the nffaSrs of that road." JUST WHAT YOU WANT THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O..1.7.. O, U.C.L.. PrMldenl A1EXANDKR General JOIW ATRD. Ase't Manager V. C. BROWN. Superintendent of Central Weitern.Branches CAPITAL PAID UP, FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Canadian Rank of Commerce, by reason ofiue large number of branches in every FroYince of direct in London, Kng-., Kow Vork, San Francisco, Scattlr, Porlland. Ore., Mrxico and Si. John's, NflJ., with Aifcntjt and in every part of rhn world, SB able li> offer iinsiirpass'-.tl OirijHics to travelling' public, enabling tbtm lo Obmin money in Ihe simplest -way ;U any point on their journey the worW over. The Travellers' atid of Credit iisued by Rank overcome Ihc annoying diRirulties of obtaining' funds atfoad, especially m places where itlcntification >a dilTiculi, Cheques and Dm As'on tJ! ihe countries of the dr.iu-n in' Surfel, lire, kronen, ale., can be cashed or purcha-cd c.i reasonable rates, W. 6 Lethbridge Branch1 7 C G, K, Mgr, Low rate i, Good icrvice, Up- to-date Steamcrc. Tho DoniId- con can cffftr three. Only one-clan of cabin and third- state carried. To or from Europe, Don't book be- fore asking our rates. Any Steamship or Railway Agent cnn tell you. H, E, LIDMAN, General Agent 349 fit, -Phone M-5312 Winnipeg, Man. FIGHTING FIRES ON MOUNT TAMALPAIS San Krancisco, July thous- and, soldiers, sailors, and ap- prentices, were detailed by the gov- ernment today to fig.it the flreij still stubbornly Gating info the busli cov- ering the 3tdea of Mount Tftmalpi ElSht or const artlili n'ere on duty hi the brush and sailors were hold In reserve. No lives no aorloUB Injuries among the fire fighters are reported. Mill Val- ley nnil other toivne at tho b.tse of tiic mountain nre uuUuvod to be of dnnger. CANAOA GETS EASY MONEY OltAWFt, July l.allfns: Drodg- Ing-Co., having forfeited to the gov- ernment a cheque for ITujOOO, on nc- count of loiluro to go nhead w nit ixjiciiiiiuk Tor (ho Prince Edward Uland lermlnaU, a now contract will be Jet.by the department. Tbe work will cost about N ADI AN Winnipeg Exhibition July 8 to S 16.55 To Winnipeg, mid vetuvr (ioing Dales, July Return Limit, July 19ih J9J3. For further particiiJara write R. G. .McNeUUc, District Pasicnger Agent, MORRIS THEATRE TO-NIGHT WALTER STANTON Tho Origlrml In a. Laughable Chanticleer Act Assisted bs- MISS VICTORIA OHVILLE AND MISS HAPPY HARRISON And hor educated nuilo DYNAMITE The smallest bucking mule1 In the world. These acts are dir- ect from the Calgary Fair sad are the two.most lauglinble and entertaining acts In vaudeville today. ADMIS3ISN 55c, 35c. CHILDREN 10o .re. IS ffi By Hungarian Christian Endeavor Union, and Akalko Akana, president of the Endeavor of Hawaii. The election of officers this after- noon was perfunctory. Dr. Francis I E. Clarke, founder of the Society, WAS e-elected president. All fficers were re-elected.' HE ILLINOIS TOWN SUFFERED HEAVY LIVES WERE LOST 'TORONTO LAWYER I CALLED TO THE BAR Toronto, July Edward V. O'- I Sullivan, of che legal firm ot Dny, Ker- I gu'son O'Sulllvnn, dlerl this attar- noon, as a i-eanU of a paralytic stroke, Ills., Julr 9. lives j which seized htm Eiiddeniy on June lost, houses set afire, city left SO. Although still under thirty, i darkness and hundreds at farm O'SuDivan Mr. had taken n prominont ____ ere' tUtttned by the tall- 'place in !ila and acquired of the northern Illinois gale 'contlderable means ID business. vhich swept across this section of the country late yesterday afternoon. News ot the havoc Icit in the wake ol the storin began to como into Aurora today over crippled telegraph j ivires. The dead David D. Kraser. travclli touched live power iriie IfltlSB. N Richatd Allcnljurg, farmer, killed at Bristol, when wagon blew over j 3000 Ft. of FINEST PICTURES HELP: HELP.' HELP.' HELP! THE j. o. o. T. GRAND CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT Will bo held In Burgmann's Hull 13th Street North. THURSPAY EVENING, July 10. Tho Albion Troupe vrlll play a larce comedy entitled "The CtrcuB also conjuring and Mr. A. S. McGougan. Mr. Scott Misa Joncg and other local talent will assist In the program. Program at 8 p.m. Adults Children tfic. NE AL 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE B20 Thirteenth Ave. Calqury. 405 Broadway, Winnipeg. Man. GREEKS CAPTURE SERES Belgrade, Servitj, July 9. The town of about 46 miles to the north- iveat of Siijonlkif IVSB today onptured irom Uie Bulgarians by the GreoV Army, according to ottlcial despatch- es received here. The Groek flent is reported to be' bombarding- tbe aenport of Cavala, on Aegean the Rulgariana. now In the hands of LETHBRIDGE JULY 12 Injured Perry Keam, 20 years 'old, St. Charles, akull fractured by flying tree, will die. Mrs. Fraser, wife o! the man killed at Geneva, badly burned about arms, at coming to iius-- band. Andrew Nelson, Balyia, Internally injured, buried under roof of house which Iilrft' through the air. The city of Uatavia was in dark- ness last night, anA only part of the circuits were working in Geneva and St. Charles. Stiett" car service was still plcd in IClgin today, the city was practically cut oft from the world with telephone wires down. One, man was killed at Elgin during j the storm- nud damage done to buildings The' storin unroofed several "Aurora houses and stopped slrett cars for a short time. [Jut (he .damage here is not over The loss in the surrounding coun- try, is put at. J12S.GQO, as many head of stock were lost in falling hams, CIRCUS WITH- 1001 WON DERS BL Free Circus Str 9 bands, 250 horses, people of all climes in native costumes will be shown in Two shows st doors open at and.7p.pi. Waterproof tents. Admission it allj'