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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July THE LETHB1UDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 SCENES AROUNjD THE ENCAMPMENT. OF CIVIL WAR VETERANS'AT GETTYSBURG. Today only 'A Child of War (TWO PART KAYBEE) FOR GENUINE EXCITEMENT THIS BEATS THEM ALL. To Make I "HER SISTER'S SECRET" OMEDIES You Laugh I Swell Tnanhouier Drarna ONE NIGHT ONLY MORRIS THEATRE ONE NIGHT ONLY 5 Big Acts 5 Pantage's Vaudeville .5 Big Acti S UNABLE TO'irrTLsV SJTRIKE OFi j OF UNION AT STAKE raaooiiTMi U.-Hoa. T. W. Orotbara, Canadian minister of lab- or, returned frotn Nanaimo, hav- iag in assisting a of the coal, miners' strike Iilani. He intimated Ikkftt be could not officially la- the- oDly question'at issue is rMOfnlttK of tbe Uaited Mite ffocfcws si America. -.TV aMv'itin OB Vancouver Island fccw tk> (lion's staAdixrint, .Is get- wane of better. At Cntoberland Canadian, collieries kare 75.peVcent. ol fhe normal TVC pa.r-roH with non-union men. io do v'.tb'il'tr ilfoae Hi r ,'-p Some Trouble Reaching Unan- imity as to Appointment of Postmaster COUNTRY'WILL' at. far tbV annul l oC tie llklttrlvui i of O? ti .Orltnt, wfco.rfetftKl ToriaiSo i to aksiaDM .of .alum twelve -ysvn, Mr. jolMlciafi, and A TO emb or He loot, no New Discovery Whereby the Weather Conditions May be More Closely Fore- casted July o! worM-wlde interest'as to the relation of the tftm'E heat to the earth, dis coverles" which tfc of the world, is wall Its' people, were described today irL an article prepared by Prof.' Edwin B FroiL- director o( lis-Vertcs Obser valory at .wintami Bay, WIs. HI article. Is sued on observations made during recent-tour abroad, ant t suns tip-a close study oMhe work. 01 SaJe OF (WflRIOR HOUSEHOLD FqRNITURE Next, July 1 7th Pr.mlwi, No. 8th 9t. South, astlhc "ttt Ii with to sell "tttettotx witaeut'rMerve tbe following superior bou mirror. 3-Piece Drawing Roosn Suite, Mahogany upholster. te.filk Drawing Room Table. .CoatWnatlon Secretaire ani. Music Cabinet Kartn' Room get Chairs ID Mission Oik, tra'led. Mlwloa Oak Dining Table. Minion Oak Buffet, with heavy 'bevelled mirror and leaded glats Mirwlon Oak Lounge, "upholstered In leather. Oilrntaber AorlHTie Otk .Tardhnlere Mfislon iHk China Cabinet, Kith arfiustAtle shelves. Wroocbt Iron Hanilna; KlectroHer. targe filmed Oak Hall Settee vlth solid leather seal. Solid Brass fitted with ooll springs Ostermoor mattress tollii Bntft "flUed ,witb Dominion Spring and all-wool Drwctr irith extra large plaled ChUToifer. Oak aod SUnd. mlM Oat Dretser aad Stand. Solia CkKonler. Drop-head Sinter" Stwlng Machine in first oUss running order Excellent Refrigerator, "The rhallenge" MnCJary Kitchen. In splendid condition. Baky BugjV Kitchen Utensils. China; Oliii. Crockery, etc. Also assortment of choice Hugs, Carpels and Curtains, in- eluding One Victorian Aimlntter Parquet nug, 16 x 9. One Aumlttsler Parlor 12 V 9. _ AxniiHter Bedroom Carpet, II Z'T. Genuine. Indian Rug, 10 x 12. Tiree >Vlnged Rugs. Rruftaels Carpet Squares. A' (ii'antftr of Willon Brussels Stair CarpednR. Oobelin Porteire, Madras and olher curtains. scientists since the late 1'roE, S.J.B Uingley, -of Sniitbsooiau itntlfution. Eipprts declare that the. theory o Trof. wheEf'pertected' 'svill' make it possible to. forecast' weather con ddious a sEason In advance. lt: wil be possible, they say, to instance, In Tinier "weather tbe Eunimsr season is to be "wet1' o -The efftct of this Information can be, grasped readily by the farineri It Is known" that1 the gbvernia'fc'n has been making observations, Weather. In the opinion of Profeiio Henry 3. Cot, local forecaaleiy th erajDent will adopt toe ij'stem' o observation of the sun's heat" Prof. Co.i read "the article of Pro) Frost with great Interest. "It is a most valuable article and highly interesting one'to the-lay'ina and the scientist Mid Prof Cos.: "The 'subject, ot the earth's ab sofpllon ;of the, aun's. heat Is .which had interested theiioTeT lb a great degree." We haven't re'nck cd the point of tiiin; the. figures'se forth by Prof. Frost, but I am quit sure that we are in'time Prof.' Klmball hse been making obse vatlons along this line at Mt. er.' "Since the work of Prof. scientlEts have been working on th 1U importance can be eat mated bj the fact that it will That .internal diEsensioo exists in the ranlts of the Cardslcn L'onserva- ive aasoctatiou.'i's tie story wafted lorthvr'ard from Ihe southern town, be cause all being the post- mastership a'nd the distribution of the patronage. Today the post office plum n Cardstoa is rir.e, but none knows to thorn u'.w'lll'fall. A. peculiar state of affairs exist? way.' This morning D. S. Beach, appointed postmaster after John Parrish was awarded nouiinatloD in the pro- vincial'bye-election a little over a year ago.1 left for the-cosEt to take up his residence In Vancouver where he has house. Mr. Beach "wanted his friend, Chas Marsden, tbe postmaster ship, but and.sufficient rea- sons Mr.- MaJfsaen could not do so. .'The tion favored, Ctacl Burt for tbe job, but Mr'-. Beach" wltb'beld.b'fs. consent to Mr. And now.John' Mountain 'assistant postmaster by' Jir. and Mr. Dawson is not.wa'nted Cardston Confieryatlve SESocIatjco, who "natur- ally wish Jo see a.'Cardtton man ot the right-politics "get-tie plum. Mr." Ihe .pos-tmaater, IE in Vancouver." Mr.'bawson, an outsider, aud Bennett Clayton and Alfredo .Marshall, "The ChlpFle and lhe Riliv M-inii "THE SHADY MON'OLO- Marion and Itlllf GUIST.' In a Melange of Senas and Mutlc. 1 Performance.Only, 8.45. 50c and 75c N Reserved Seats Now on Sale 10c Monarch Theatre 10c "SHERIDAN'S RIDE" A Thrilling Thrte-Reel SHon 101 Feature. Sensational, Gripping. 10c One You Should Ste. The Griatett Yet- rlrtuaJiy the while the fayorjte ol hain't had look-lp KO far. TEN CENTS SINGLE The Empress MONDAY-AND TUESDAY GRAND SPECTACULAR MILITARY. FEATURE ft. CHARGE OF: THE LlG'HT BRIGADE 1 A and Realistic Production" A Mexican Love Affair I FALSE ALARM Plaint Acroii I THE GKOST That's CO.MKD1BS .25c. FOR THREE No Advance in Prices SEEN LOITERING AT FRANK WERE ARRESTED AND SENT TO MACLEOD WHITE SLAVE JUaJiFFIC WOMAN QNLV IN -JAIL io forecast the general condUicna for an entire season." "In his Brtlclc Prof. Frost points out dlJcoierieB years In- dicate that Prof. Lanaiey placed Igurcs (or the amount of.heat abaorp- lon by the earth at too high a figure, also declares" that the "solar'con- quantity "of solar a changeable iiuanllty. respectfully a prompt attendance. AUOTIONEER'S AHONE known the White oOij .hreo monlhi, while are .nto-prison tor. long terms for jr-wking windowi knd.throm-Ing acid nto.piHar letter boxes, Intense indig- nation bas-bftn maciteittd by Ruffra- getle One ol mtny let- .CT3 this morning, Ml EVES IS IN JjftOPLIGHI MAN WHO MURDER'ED HIS PAPA- MOUR HAS LOST SIGHT AND REASON Winnipeg, July Eves, who Is In custody on .the cbtrge oi the murder of .Mrs. A. Si. Handcock, January S last, was pro- nounced .insane by the provincial gov- ernment medical exintfnera, and wili probably be laken to the Selkirk lum for the Msane today. Eves Is stone blind.' After, the shoot Ing of Mn. linnicoci, he turned' the himself, inflicting a -wound" on Ms left temple, which at the ex-peeled fo prove ratal.. His llfe'wfs saved, but his. as well as bis eyesight, to been lost Tor' ever. Ills greet ma'nli appears to be self-destruction. He has made vari- ous'attempts to life, and slnco bis It been ne- cetsary to Veefi a continual up- on- him. Should the roan recover his rettoo lie W-II1..3II1I be required to Ms Ilriai-for'tlte ntiirder'tWhIcb he-iir be- brthe au'liorlllei to have ccra- 'ilted.-. Jul) wo- said: deputy of the don Sessions offered the suffragists and their friends the deepest Insult possible by sentencing this member of 'Mrs. Warrtn's pr6feMloiLr to siKh a short terra for trafficking in human flesh ami blood, while Mrs. Pankhurst and a tew oilier noble women be- ing done Io dextb'for merely 1'rylng to gel In position ]ia force laws whloh would put an ezid to-jus.i rile trade 'as the Gerald wcrata practiced In her Picxlilly The police raid on Queenle Oerald's establishment was hlfhly seaMtlonal, and had so much -publicity that the contrast between" her sentence thoae of the suffragists qiikkly noticed. 1 Pontage's Back Again Manager Morris has secured the Pantago's for Wednesday nifht. July 16, one night only, when five-big acts will be presented. The acts com-! prise .Cliyton ana-Lennie, In a ppt-i Dourri of "The Eng-J ish Chappie and a sketch that affords great abund- ance of fun; BlUy the" shady monoiogist: Toie.tti and their latest success, "A Dance a perfect eipotition of graceful danc- ing that pleases all: Alfredo -Marshall, the heavyweight juggler, and Brin- berg, Marlon and a melange o; music soclg." Every act is first- claw such an aggregation of talent, there Is no doubt that the the- atre will be filled to overflowing. The prices are within the reach of all: SO acd 75 cents, and resertations can now be At Starland The e.wciacuiar Kay Bee reel feature, Child of bo shown al Slariand for the times today." This .is''easily the best at- traction of Its kind'ever shown here, and Is w.elUworth, seeing. 'the' same And'e'r shorn 'two ot tbe screaraiesi -Lk' P'le comedies the Job" -K- G- Church--and--N. Colston found loitering about the C. station at Frank last night.' and when accosted by Constable Basoford they not "give a satisfactory account of themselves, and wore arrested and ken to tbe ccolor. This morning the jlo weie tried'for vagrancy by 'An- son C. Beach, J-P., and were handed out thirty days in the.Macleod iail. Each roan pleaded'guilty' to the charge. W. I. Huston, former principal of the Public- schools here, is in town foi a few days from his fruit rznch at Kaiso, B.C. He reports that the.can- ana crop is looking fine. The following were among the week-end guests at Kocky Mo.iin lain A: Wilson. -Cal- gary; I. Brown, and .Miss Provo, Fernle: P. "Watson, Chicago; 1; Chambers, SI. Driimm, Fred Liy. Ingston, and O. B. S. Whlteslde, Cole man: Sflss M, ,A. .Murphy, Halifax; Charles Outraette, A.. Hams, Frank Asplnal.i, and J. R. Lethbrldge; G. C. Snovnlon and R. >.l Johnston, Calgary. The Alberta res cue car Is now located htre, and FOR THREE TEN CENTS, SINGLE .PRiCES NOT -The Kprd .Motor Company "Twist "Love and Fire.'1.' both of which are positive rlo.ls of laughter ar.a Ju'nr Closing lhe bill is shown a'pleflslng Thanhouser comedy drama, "Her, 'Sister's an entertalnlns; and.novel aUra.etlon.-.-The wltolu pro- gram Is .excellent all through end well up to the Stuland standard of per- fection.' t Bijou Theatre It is always visit lhe Bijou If you want to'see real features pre- under lhe best possible condi- tions. Tonljht will be no exception to tie -rule.' A glince at our adver- tisement will readily convince o'qe ot the excellence of the programme. Did you ever realize the value of good music In connection with motion piclurei! If not, come to tbe.. Bijou and be convinced. Suitable-'selec- tions are picked to blend with the various picture's, and are'reodered In manner that hat wen the approval of all Bijou" A splendid feature has lor .Wednesday and Thursday: "Oil and Water." This subject Is distinct- ly fa'sclMlini; throughout the .two reels. Introducing a number of classic dances of exceeding grace and beauty. The management guarantee this subject to be exceptionally good. t- Grind Military Picture at Emprtst There la at this popular plclure house, the lead- Ing feature of which Is a most realli. preieBtalioii of Cfiarge of the Light Brigade." The large audience who aitncssed this last night was moved to great-enthuaiasm at the very realistic effect produced.' The Im- mense number of-horses showing to wonderful the man. oeuvrlct; of the world-famed "Noble Six being most effective. "The Oreatut df.The'rn I.Oo.. Tonlofit 10eV PatteVWeeUy Ths only l_ale- topical" service ihown In the city. "A Blograph1 Acting, t- r SUfilng and PlotVExeellent v An UoproHbble Boarder An Edfaon Comedy that U a. Cimedy A Romance of the Wooda. 'COMING INTERNATIONAL POLO MATCH ENGLAND VS. AMERICA Oil and Water, in Two Faaclnat-'.. I Kg Rtela AT BIJOU, WEDNESDAY AND under the siipexylalon of W. B. Is Instructins claeaes In.firsl aid. Tho London land Erie Trans-, portailon. Co. have refilled their, O.M power, house for use. when- Nlacnra -_. ger ot saliSi, dtnial of the rumor that the company are selling. or propose (o a( special prices varying from Hop per 'car 'to three for 'Tie notlncalKw whki is sent to ail dMlers aad'sub- dealers, slates thai tbe con pony have not considered the aale of Ford cats at anyttiUi other than tie full td- rertlMd prices. tWt there Is no foundiUon in the ranter tie com. puny, wiu: Ito 'orcmlzaUoa of ud Mil dlract to contain- WsC 'ma'c. In'ihe urama "inar's lery tlroa to the audience, wfco much imus- ed'xt the many touches of nature de- pleted. "Plains Across1' one of the best ana ratal Western viajs be- ing particularly well sUged, and the story very "The False Alarm" and "The Chen .are two very comical com- Ur. aearty Lots Lots in Block In Ixits in Block in Block" Lota In Block' Lots In' Block 87. 8P 1550 100 101 HOO 102 each Ixits in Block In Block tots In Block I-ota in Block Lois In Block Lots In block 117' 118 120 m 130' J530 each 1800 1650 Terms, third cash, balance one and two years C.P.R, Land -._.. For full partkulars apply Wilson Skeith AfenU, C.RftCo.r V Phone 1343 ,Opp. Hotel ;