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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 11, 15)13 the lhthbridge daily herald i BIJOU ? Today & Tomorrow "The Sneak" ^ Extra Powerful Drama by th� Kalem Company "Over the Phone" 1 A Paths Play full of RIdloulous Situations "The Luxemburg Gardens" Beautiful Scenio Donovan's Division" The Qreatast Railroad Yarn yet. A Halr-r�la�r "The Professor and The Lady" The Ppofeeaor l� a great old bluff, but he wins the lady. Some day perhaps she \Arill find out; but the Profeasor hatet to thirik of It. MORRIS THEATRE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO-NIGHT .WALTER STANTON TJie Original CUaaticleer in a lA��hable Chaatioleer Act Aaalsted by MI�S VICTORIA ORVILLE AND MISS HAPI�Y HARRISON And her aduoated mule DYNAMITE The smalJest, touoMnjr mulu in the world. These acts are direct from the Caieary Fair and are the two most laughable and entertaining acts in vaudaviUfs today. ADMISSISN : : 28c, 35o. .CiHiLDREN 10c \ 3000 Ft. of FINEST PICTURES Monarch Theatre To-Night lOc. 10c. The Gallop of Death A ThrMler froiTi Bejlnnlng to end Fatty and the Bandits A Rollleking Wertern Comedy Animated Weekly No. 53 A Thriller from Beginning to End Sunny Smith Another Roaring Comedy r-COM!NQ- Sheridan's Ride 10c. DISTRICT NEWS wheat centre Wheal, Centre, .July 7.-The EJ-ick-son plowing outfit is li\isy l)reaking for C. Daltoti these clays. The recent rains have made breaking fine and the crops are looking, good con.sidering the dry spell. .loTome Durand and Owen Dalton were up in the Red Deer country and each cancelled a half section. They report everything looking good north of the river. H. Chapman returned home from Brooks last week. He says there is no place like the homesitead. A goodly nnmber of the Wheat Centre folk attended the celebration at Bow City oti the first. They I'eport a big crowd and a fine time. Ellison Brothers are busy breaking. these days. aden ' Aden, July T.-We have had two heavy rain storms of late. Tlie ground iR complately soaked. Wheat and bats are mostly, all headed out and Stand heavy on the ground, and at this-time of the year promises the best crop for some years back. The 1-10 hall taara" won flrgt prixe l.oni l-ll on Dominion Day, and the "Dairboys are all quite Jubilant hsre this week. A, A. Murphy and ,7oe Yates are spending their summer vacation at Brooks. .� L. L. Metcalt and family are vislt-fng relatives and friends at Inverness, Mont., this week. C.Mr, Dawson, our popular horse-nian, spent Dominion Day at 1-11 taking in the sports. A. C. iJVletcall' is visiting his son at Inverness, Montana,' this week. Mr. Metcalt is a Veteran of the Civil War bt Ihe U. S. and took part in that conrtiot with the Slird rillnois regl-rpeiit. He is 73 years of age nnd ihade the trip to Inverness by team. ,i?e seems td be hale and hearty and 'says he would like to attend the national encampment of the G. A. R. this year, to be held In Ohio. NE AL 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE 820 Thirteenth Ave. W, Calgary 405 Broadway, Winnipeg, Man. st. kilda St. Ivilda, .Inly 7.-We have had some fine showers ot late. Crops arft looking extra good and promise a large yield. iMiss Ethel Ttamsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ramsey, and teacher of West Butte school, was taken seriously ill with nppendieltis and removed to the Lethbridgo hospital, where ghe was compelled to undergo an operation which proved successful. She is Improving fast and is expected home soon. Miss Mable Ramsey will accompany Elhel home, when the two sisters vvill enjoy their vacation with their parents and many friends. Carl Aske is breaking witji his steam plow for Thomas Ramsey this week. Arthur Gilder and pony won first prize on Dominion Day at Knappen in the pony race. Theoilore Pool -was the guest of Edward Roseve on Sunday evening. Richard Roscoe has been shearing his 2600 sheep the past week. .lohn .'VlcTaggert will build a new store building to accommodate his customers. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hazel have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Pritchard for a few days the past week. Wald Brothers, August Helberg and Andy McLaughlin have purchased, a new separator and will do threshing this fall. Mr. and Mrs. George Ross were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gilder on Sunda.v afternoon. A. J. Ollder is treating his house to a coat of paint and the young ladies ot 1-11 had better look out. Charles Kerr is spending his summer vacation with friends in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. .John Dradod have returned from Lethbrldge, where he has he.en employed for six months. They bring with them a bounolng haby girl and will live, on their homestead here. knappen NOTHING SO WELL BESPEAKS THE POPULARITY OF STARLAND AS ITS ABILITY TO CONTINUE FIRST AND FOREMOST IN THE ESTEEM OF THE PUBLIC. HONESTLY THE BEST ADAPTATION OF ANY POPULAR LITERARY WORK EVER SHOWN HERE. "The Children of St. Anne" (IN TWO REELS) TORREST HALSEY'S REMARKABLY BEAUTIFUL CREOLE LOVE STORY. A CHARMING. ROMANCE OF OLD LOUISIANA. FULL OF FAITH, CHARITY AND APPEALING HEART INTEREST. -ALSO ON THE SAME BILL- 'Why Babe Mi Home' SOME FUNNV COMEDY ALSO  'Early Okklioma' A VERILE WESTiHRN DRAMA TEN CENTS K^WIfim S SINGLE The Empress 25c. FOR THREE GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM THK .\OHUlSK COMPA.N'V'S .M ASTi'^RPlKCF. -"IN A DEN OF LIONS"- One of the Finest 2-Reel Productions ever placed before the public. Throe Side-Splltting Comedies and other good ones. LUCIA ZORA-With the Sells-FIoto Circus Which Exhibits Here Tomorrow ri:tlaw Bijou Theatre ! The management of i.iic Bijou to- : night -are presenting for (he appr;n-a| ' ot its patrons an exceedingly well-balanced programme of all feature films. A glance at our advcrti.semGnl will readily convince one of this. The popular Bijou orchestra, 'under the direction of Jliss -MacPhee, will render appropriate music in a manner bound to win the approval of all. i\lotlon pictures of the polo match between England and America will shortly be shown at the Bijou. The game is covered completely from start to finish, the photography is excellent. 25c. FOR THREE MISS IRENE ALLEN No Advance in Prices TEN CENTS SINGLE stoi'ies ever written. It unfolds a atory of love and passion, adventure :nid romance, and has often been classed as Fon-est Halsey's greatest v.-ork. it should make, a strong appeal to all who witness ii at Starland on either today or tomorrow. .V number of additional fine attractions will also be inci\ided on the programme, including the latest. Than-liouser comedy riot, "Why Babe Left Home," oTie of the most ludicrous farces of the year. Another splendid tional and hair-vaisii'.s thrills ever filmed, and is emphatically a jiictura to see and talk about. The photo-drama, filay Ls represented by two of tlio besr of their kind in "The Best Man Wins," and "A iMex-ican's Love .'Vffair." The smile cultivators are irresistible and in "Absent-.Uinded Arthur," "Mr. .Mugwump's Hired Suit," and "Who Arrives Late Gets the Bones," our pa- Knappen, July 7.-We are getting lots of rain. Crops looking extra good, and a large yield is generally anticipated. On Dominion Day, the 46th anniversary of Cnnada's hirthday, the set-tlora and resldeats of this part for many miles around began to gather about the school house here to cele-Tsrate the day, until some 500 people had assembled. They were most all fi-ora the United iStates only a few years ago but took as much interest in celebrating Dominion Day as they ever did the national holiday of their native country. So close to the United States this celebration, took place, and on the eve ot their 4th of July that the, eagle could easiily have been heard to scream across the way. But many from the state of Montana came over the boundary to celebrate Dominion Day with us. So on Dominion Day here there was a celebration ot good will and handshaking that will have a permanent and lasting effect on the people from both sides of the international line. The score of the ball game was 6 to 2 in favor of the boys JErom 1-10. Quite a number of exciting foot races were pulled off. The honors in the high pole jump and the running jump were \yon by Sidney Glasgow, with Mr. Graham ot 1-12 a close second. The buoTting contest, which proved to he the most e.voiting sport of the day, caused tho crowd to shut their eyes and hold their breath while some of the daring riders were thrown to ' the ground. The horse Icnown as "Sage Hen," owned by Mr. Thompson of 1-13. caused more amusement for the crowd than the rest. This aniinal was flTst mounted by B. W. Baker. Aftei; a few jumps the saddle girth broke and Mr. Baker dismounted without fofrmality, "Sage Hen" w'as soon caught and another saddle buckled on. Mr. Barnss was the next to try his horsemanship but failed, and also dismounted without ceremony. Mr. Baker then made the second attempt to ride "Sage Hen" but after one of the most exciting and heart thrilling scenes he was thrown to the ground a second time. The next broncho buster was ah. expert rider, Vancleve, but he, lilce the rest, came to the ground on his first attempt, but the second time succeeded in breaking, the outlaw broncho. The liorse and pony races were all good and the ntton'ioon was speiat with one continuous round ol\ pleasure. A largo crowd stayed until the music stopped on the morning of tlw 3nd', when, the merry dancers turned their faces homeward, wishing evei'y day was a holiday.  =. Ret law, .July 7.-The Dominion Day celohratiou came off .splendid. It was a nice day aiid there was a crowd of SOO people all ot whom seemed to enter right into the spirit of tlje day. The big baseball game ca,me' first, when the noted Brunetta club lined up against (he home team. Everyone expected to see a good game.of hall and were not disappointed. At; the end of tho ninth inning the score was G to 6. It was necessary to play the tenth inning to decide the game. The Brunetta secured two runs on good Iiittlng and the home team secured a goose egg, so the sccre ended S-fi in favor of Brunetta. Wc hope a return game can bo arranged when we believe the result will bo different. Other Contests '] Half mile pony race-1, Billy .Andrews; 2. B. Blake. Half mile horse race-1, Goring; 2, Gyr; 3, W, Crist. 100 yards dash-1, Biake; ;i, Jones; S, Dart. Pat man's race-1, Odmar; 2, Ce-crist. Girls' race-1, Ida Wenzel; 2, Agnes Brand. Boys' race-1, Lee Evcritt; 3, E. Wenzel. Married ladies' race-1, Mrs. D. Cyr; 2, Mrs;. J. Dion. Egg race-1, Mrs. Cyr; ii, Edna Hemphill; 3, Reta McAndrews. Mr. Coins from the Little Bow won the bucking broncho riding conteist event. Some ponies that were' never ridden before were provided and he subdued them and gave as good an exhibition as we ever saw. After celebratipn they ever saw anywhere, and shows clearly the exciting situa-On the afternoon, of .luly ;) Rose | tions throughout the game. By ex Plains school closed for ji two weeks' perts the match is declared to be the and feature of the bill will be "Early Okla homa," a strong, virile story ot the i ''"'"s "^ay rely upon a good crop. early West, which literally breathes j - the spirit of the plains. It will con-1 Wisb Irene Allen will be there also' ,,1 ^^i. t . 1, , , . , � slitute a fitting climax to one of the ; to add to voiir uleasure bv hfir,riB� vacation. Miss^ Ethel Hastings gave best ever, and it was characterized!,,,, programtLs ever secured hy ight'rl .ingin- ^ ^ a program. There was a large at-1 throughout by tho best of feeling and i g|.j^j.j.,'j ^ , ngnu.u siugni tendance and a splendid list of songs,! sportsmanship. 1 recitations, drills,/music, dialogues and I _ plays. After that came refreshmeuts for all and then outside contests, and lastly the awarding of prizes, .Mike Skatch 'won jirst place. He spelled the boy fath Waldermar Domey 'Children of Saint Anne" at Starland Today By far the best production seen in j feature by-the celebrate'd Nordisk Co., Wcek-End at the Empress Today and tomorrow (Saturday! there will be a remarkable two-reel All voted iiand for today and tomorrow. This 1 cessories and clever acting is unsiir It depicts in tho most vivid miinner the life of the pealing heart interest, and is prohably | circus, aand is full from start to tin-one of the most fascinating love ish ot the most enthralling, sensa- all these contests were ended the big j Bow river, and says the cars will be bb'wery dance, which was very nicely j on this side of the river in August, decorated with bunting and Chinese j Frank Conover is still (luite sick won the several fool races, x^.i y^i.^<.L i , . ^ ,j ,    i vi ^ i it a gocd program, a good time, and "''f . '^^^ all were very ntiich surprised to see | �^ ^'^'^^ ''"'^ i""^' conv.nclns the program Made by the whole Bohool. Mr. Copeland and Mr. Podall deserve much credit for their efforts in making it such a success. Every one went home happy, feeling waU paid for, the al'fernoon's time.. George Cooper and family, and Ed. Whltsou and family were here at the celebration on .luly 1st. and all left next day and went to JMontana to take in a celebration there July -!. . Now is the time the -weed inspectors should get in full time. There are some fields that need plowing under. No use to fool about this matter; it's very serious and must be attended to right now or it will cau.se miich trouble and expense. A stitch in! time 'will save millions in this case. | Mr. Reed, manager for the Gregor! Hardware Co., of Suffield, was here | this week letting, the contract for ^ their new store building. It is to be .30.\(iO feet, two storeys high. While here he- said good progress was being' made by the steel bridge builders fori the G. P. R. bridge across the Big | NINE MONTHS FOR MARY Winaineg, Julv 10.-.Mary McCouvt was found guilty of concealment of child birth today.'and was sentenced to nine tnonths In the provincial jail. The plea 01 not guiltv of murdering her infant was civanged--withi th^con-sent of the Crown, after the jury had failed to reach an agreement, one juror holding 0111 for a verdict ci murder, and the others for a veidict ot guilty of concealment ol child birth. lanterns, was opened, with good mu sic, a good crowd and a good time. Wm. Connor won fiist prize for best gentlenian waltzer and Miss Reta .McAndrews won first for lady waltzer. Everyone voted it the biggest little and we sincerely hope he will soon \ recover. He is under the doctor's: cai'e at present. . 1 Mr. Patrick and Mr. Deveraux and' families spent the 4th at the Sweet] Valley celebration. i This Victor-V complete with 5 Recor( Albums with space for 82 records $100 Easy payments if desired (plus smal! charge for interest). 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