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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta PsffelO THE LETHftftlPGE DAILY HERALD Friday, July 12; 1913 Majestic TO-NIGHT UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES A Picturesque romance of the South. JESSE JAMES t Boat and Here this Seaton PRICES 75c 50c; Gallery 25 c. Seat Sale at Rochon'i NEXT Margaret Mlington, July 20. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted bytflDELIO) "A .Texas Rijnaer" The descriptive liney'a .picturesque tale of the Texas usso ciited with scenes such-as the Long Horn saloon. Red Bog and Monica Roae's the Srerra Nevada f snoimtains, is enough to denote the kind-If play.-which was presented at .the Majeitic. Those to whom pistol und kntfe play, 'with a spice of biood and thuader, appeals bad a sufficient .quantity to satisfy their tastes, hand- ed them from the stage. ;Ae characters In a typical cowboy play, who figured in it fully up to the expectations of those to be interestedAand amui- fvd by f "A Texas Ranger" and itsicompauy does not require serious criticism. Whatever the purpose, the play and iti exponents apparently obtained the goodwill and satisfaction of the audi- ence assembled. Tbe 'performance "wan varied by vaudeville between tbe public, the best and most up-to-date moving pictures. As a proof of this is the announcement of reels show- ing the recent disaster which has visited the city of Regina. Once a visitor, always a visitor, is what the management is striving to make each one of.ttie public. If ilie shown are any cri- terion, this it will successfully accom plish. There Is nothing which affords greater pleasure and amusement than clear-cut and life-like moving pictures, this -Is.apart from their educative value. They apppeal to old and youn. alike. Nothing is more disappointing than blurred effects in these. But there is nothing of this to be.appre- hended in the reels displayed at the Bijou. Once It gets the public, it Is the in- tention of 'the -management to hold :hem. For there is no better adver- isement than the reports of those who have a chance to witness the pic- nires daily. The monthly passes of- :ered will cause what the management ias at heart. Bijou Theatre The management of; the Bijou The- l 'tire is using a novel means for at- tracting attention to its .moving pic- ture show, A full description of the tame is given in-Hs today's issue. There is a' af- forded for obtaining a free monthly The hO'ise is engaged in the praise- worthy effort of submitting ip, the Beginning on Saturday first and con Inuing next Monday and the Internationa! Harvester Co. this city, will exhibit a 600-ft. reel of moving pictures at the Morris The- atre. The scenes will depict harvest- ing in the early days compared to the present day methods of doing the work. Views of the greatest plough- ing scene in the world, namely three I. H. C; Mogul tractors polling fifty- five Oliver plows. It is intention of the company to reproduce these scenes during the Dry-Fa ruling. Con- gress week. RYPEN REMANDED ANOTHER 8 DAY BABY WHO WAS SHOT RECOVER OPERATE FOR'1' THE BULLET Colemtin, Alta., July cae ot Rex vs. Rypen, for the allege shooting of little Sinie Decoster; j the home of her father at.midnight o June 16, was again called this nioru lug. The prisoner has .already remamted on three different occn afons, owing to the dangerous eohd tfon of the girl victim. A further'-re mand of eight days was grantee Twenty-two witnesses were in tendance. Y It is little short of miraculous tha the little girl has lived so long, annlhhlSeh, Tennis Eacquets, -Wagons, Eubbei etc. To make room lor our new Drug Department to reduce our stock in lines. KENNY ALLIN, Druggists and Stationers iSuccesisorh to W. G. Kenny r Phone MS" 311 Fifth Street South WniTLA Whitla, showers we have been getting lately are going a long way toward making our crops look better. Every body come to the. dance in Whitla on Friday, 12th; Mrs., F. Smith returned from the hospital at Medicine' Hat today, where, sha has been doctoring for the past week, Mrs. A. F. Doherty, wife ol A. F. Doherty of this place, passed away last Monday, the 8th. She has been suffering with typhoid fever for the past two 'weeks. Mr. Dohcrty's'Oiany friends extend their heart-felt sym ithy Miss- Mabelld M. Richardson ha been visiting at the home of'William Munden, north of for past few daye. Alex Ashton has.been suffering with a severe attack of la grippe G. J; Kcmrn, representing Campbe; Wilson and-HornV. of-- Lethbridge called in Whitia last weelc' P. H. Coleman was In Medicine Hal .his week: on business Miss Nellie Richardson of Edmon on, visited over Sunday with her parents Mrs. J. S. Lienhart left or Dakota where she will for i month or BO; The-ball game between the Ladies nd the junior team was not as good s was expected, but after the ladle's ractice a little more they will show bem fill how to play ball. Mr. Sanders returned from Hpchei r where he has been under the octor's caro for tbe past three weeks He is Just about the same Robt. of Lethbridse spent uhday in Whitla. at the Richardson' omo There was-quite a picnic on the, .ah f All the frpnufar nd nenr were. present. All report good time. Mrs. Robt. Hcerter of Cardslon la ome visiting her parents, Mr. Oie- angemen of Hillcresl are "beginning to look forward to their visit to Plncll- er Creek next Friday. There are some forty or fifty Orangemen in Hillcrest, snd.it, is expected that, shoiild the weather be at all in keeping with the event, ppractically every Orangeman, in town will make the trip and, take part i nthe celebration, ;which has now become an annual event in the prairie town. Teddy duff, the genial btir-ksep, has quit his job at the Union Hotel and.left. Hillcrest for Fernic on TUCK day evening, last. Teddy was well known by all in Hillcrest and his artistic manner of handling the pull, and transacting business gener- ally met with the fond approval of erous. friends In Hillcrest to learn thatiMr. Thomas Doyle had been quiet ly' married at Elairmore on the .even- ing preceding his departure for the East. The happy bride, was JHss Liz- zie Sewell, lafe of Scotland, one of the most popular Ladies in Hillcresl." Mr Doyle, it will be remembered, 'was em ployed .by the. Hillcrest collieries a number of leaving them ,the end of last'month to go inlo tlve hardware business down East, his cie partnre from Hillcrest, being deeplj regretted by all .with whom he bar come in contact. The Rev. J. F. Hunt er, of Blairmore, officiated, at th wedding, which took place-last Mon day at his residence, only a. few in timate friends of'the bride and groom people in wishing Mr; j and Doylu al happiness arid, trust that their journej from the altar down the pafli way.of'life may, be a prqlonged anc transcemlently blissful one. U.S. DIVINES BEHIND TIMES the majority of his patrons. It is said that Teddy has piloted more schoon ere over the bar "with, fewer wrecks than any of his colleagues In the Pass It was a great surprise to his mini- Certain in results beca use purett in q u a 1 ity; try it and RELIGIOUS NOT 1N'E'NGL.-ANP ERS IN HELL London, '.July up- on Uio "decision1' that LVli is a myth, arrived sit'hy-the Inteniation- al-Bih.lc iSluricrils association, fn ses- sion at this toup- Icti with requests thai minister in Lhc t'nitctl States puhlish his views, Canon vllenslcy Mcnson at VblWv, one of the fort- most divines of (he church, said: "I think that American reli- gious public is hchini! us, although I don't say thai mdhldnal- ly American divines aren't the oqtiala of onrd on an) such question Such discussion as'lhnt is inconceivable in R hodv hne It uas done generation You can't gel 'anj piihlic aboiiI such a nl'altcr .here'. I'coplc would.say you arc 'flogging a dead horse.' 1 "Mv (afttrftard t'niion) Kariat. on publishing his fcopk, 'Eternal Hope'-raised the con-, troversy., but even then the sctioui was insignifican! The Hev R. J Campbell, repre- senting the non-conformist feeling look'the same view, saving seems to to be a verv belated I don't know any clergyman.hcte who believes in eter- nal punishment, nor do I think any educated "clergyman has done so lot many years." HAD ONLY ONE FRIEND Washington, July Houas of Representatives todaj', adopted ]by a vote of 222 to 1, articles of impeach- ment against Judge Robert -W, Archi- bald, of the United States Commerce Court. Representative Farr, of Penn- sylvania, .cast the single vote against the. bill of impeachment. A STEAMER DAMAGED Marseilles, July Peninsular and Oriental liner Persia is.ashore off Causet Point, a little .westof this point Part of her cargo1 has: been" lightered, and it is hoped to get the steamer off shortly. She ig said to be onl ly damaged, A Mte of this and a ef thkl, ill long, dulls the Appetite wukens -stion. wtffre your stsm.ach. to hetllhy vigor by taking a Ma-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet >fter each out ire the best friends for aufferefi from Indigestion dyspepsia. 50c. Box lit your Druggisfi. Mads by the National Drug and Chemical of Canada, Limited. ;