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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. July 22. 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 ODDFELLOWS' EXCURSION Lethbridge to Blairmore Thursday, July 24th TielftU: Adult. Children 51.40. For ?ale at Morden'B, People's Drug Store, Red Cross Drug Co., Annitrous and Riwortb. TRAIN LEAVES LETHBRIDGE 7.30 A. M. A WOMAN' WHO IS IN LOVE WITH HEHSELF SUPPLY OF WATER BIG O- City Must Have Mote Pumps to Provide Supply "Boulevards are expcciive luxur- So Mayor Hardle. "Uo you know that our bputevaris require l.OW.OOO nitons of It IB a strain on oar paaplag system when that waler bM to 300 to the city level." A iviefrarn Supl.-Cameron of C. P. R. Medicine Hart, complain- of tbe lack cf water oa Saturday hu once more brought the- walor qvcMloa forcibly to tie notice at city ofiettta. The water used by the boule- vardi k lo be mponiihle for the of praMure complained ot by tbe C. P. R.' The tupeilirUndtnt compUluIng tbat he Is allowed to boulevards only from 6pm. till midnight, while he asts (or from six till tbreo a.m. SupL Reid complains thac be la {jumping at the rate of tbree million gallons per day durjng the njghl when '.he bo'Jlevards are being watered. It this is continued be wants more pumps for tbe pumping station. .The strain, on tbe force mains lead- tug from the pumping station is be- ginning to 'show. Yesterday a tea foot length-of ten inch cast Iron force main just outside the pumping station apllt.ln two. H happened luckily tLat the stand pipes r.ere full at the time and the break was 'repaired wlihoui the pressure In distributing mains be- ing affected. The water question, says tbe mayor 1: the- biggest question the city author- ities have to deal with now, and li will he attacked at an early date. RYAN'S: PROPOSAL AROUSES INTEREST 'WMWniton.-July .that Sec- Ntarr BOM'S prqpOMl tor -a virtual yrvttcttrwfe-aTer-Nicaragua baa be- COIM puWfc, 'department offic- iate are- expecting laqumes from the Ibnpwn. rwpecting-ilE de- UUi. -JJoBt of Ike diplomatic reprc- Ipcweri ire absent summer em- il, fegatiani In tie north, entir. oo views from that art; available, i however, pMti be extended to cover all the ter- ritory, near tbe Caual zone hat the.hMneit Interest In latin 'American circles with. some PLYMWIl KafcrTwhe h utti man liui uiy odwi kKauM.it U known to W BM. Mile by the (MtaUutwTit in tieUitiM itn, UHl.qiiftMtT and beraty H Dall of Jff on ban of f fcve KOatr JIM avoid SPEECHES BY LEADERS OF. FAR MEFIS' MOVEMENT AND 'GOOD PROGRAMME ,5, OF 'SPORTS Cowley, 'July local branch of the United Farmers of Alberta No. IOC, held their annual picnic at R. Coats' ranch on Saturday, The numbered .into gathered on one ol. the most suitable picncing days.that has been available this year. At eleven o'clock the gath eriig commenced. -In tbe afternoon Mr. Woodjbriige, ol tie U. F; A. ic spoke on the-merits ot-th uoioa- He followeJ 'by Mr Swift, travelling repreKntatiye tie (Jrain Growers' Giain Co. Mr Sirift fully-as'his time woald allow, the oirtstanding tea tapes of the company. After thespea tiires of the company. Alter thAYOAY i L parly'o picture' seekers motored lo Ihe Hocky Mountain Sanatorium at Frank for. the lwtek end, Itom Maclepd. The'Party was composed o Mr. and llrs. T: DIckson, Mr. am Mrs. (i: H. Altham and son, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kofter Brown, Miss Cody Miss Bronn', Mr. and Mrs. A. G Gray, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Leather Miss Dr. anrt Mrs, Btuce Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Ferguson ace son. They'lcft for the return trip to Macliod on Suadar evening. Thi patty has, made several trips to the Sanatorium, .and always. pleased with the resort and the seen ery arid climate hereabouts.-. Among Ihe olher week-end are Mr. H. A. Howard and wife, H J. McCury, W. F. McNeil, H.'C. Btr ry, and U. S. TlaTis', Calgnrf J Hanna, W. L. Linton, A. K..Lavan Vancouver J. E. Smith, Fernic; J D. Gillis, Blairmore C. K. Cavan Toronto 0. J. Kaiser, D. Xoimon dv, E. Oaies, F. Cameron, Leth bridge; Miss Freter D. Dimlop, Ot Mr. anil Mis. 'J. M. Windsor Bellevue John j. Burns, Pittsburg Pa.; 0. H. Balitrkpes Moints, Ia. Dr. J. IV. -McKay, A. 1. Blair, and Dextsr McKay, returned Salurda night (torn, a week's fishing (rip t the North Fort, 'fhe'f report an ex cellent trip and the fishing good. Saturday'was pay day at all th mines in tne Pass'and about. JiStt- 000. was paid out ny1 the 'dificreni companies' between Colcman ani Butmis, which- tejieve any money stringency .throughout lie Pass. The btmorithlj- pay Vill comes inlo effect next 01 and alter September the Companies will par- twice each monlh this should be greatly beneficial''to the miners and merchants and everybody in. gen- eral. The pddfellovis will celebrate (he 2iirrairBlairmorc-ana a big" time assured. A circus, js billed lor Ulalt- more on the 24th and will make a attraction fof the ejcurslon- isls irom and Cranbrook and the smaller t.ojrns, along the line. The Deathless Opera in Three Corr-plete Parts See the Gypsy Camp; Smuggling, Retreat; Cigar Factory; Big Bull Fight, Etc. AFTERNOON 2 to 5. to 11 USUAL ADMISSION TEN CENTS SINGLE The Empress The Missing Heir AN EXCITING THANKOUSER DRAMA OTHER GOOD ONES SSc. FOR THREE 25c. FOR THREE COMING Buffalo Bill TEN CENTS SINGLE "Carmen" at Sttrland Wednesday If any one has any thousht about he effectiveness and dramatic power bat lies In .moving pictures let him hurry to the. Starland Theatre- tomor- row and witness tbat Carmen. This is a three reeM'erslon of the famous stage production. All .he usual scenes are given, including tbe gypsy camp, smuggling, retreat, cigar factory, the big bull fight, etc. A finer'Rim production-than "Car- could hardly be asked for..The Is billing it us "the supreme masterpiece of and after viewing these remarkable reels one will not feel contradicting this statement. Although costing a fortune to produce and being secured only by considerable expense, there will he no raiser In'the adrnission to- morrow when it will be1 shown'for the first'.tine iri Lethbridge. Fine Drama at the Empress Tonight there Trill ba'exhibited at thfd theatre, a very fine and.exciting drama by tha celebrated Tannhoirser Co, entitled "The'Mlsslng picture play is renmrttably .well stag-., ed and acted, and.abounds in _those situations tha.t specially appeal to'tha ollons, and Is sura to pleaao.all. "Skirmish'of Warriors in Old Ja- pan" is c very quaint tho celebrated Saumaurf of Japan, showing the use of the old- fashioned cannon. There are er good pictures of'the life and hablfe ob the country. "The Pirales ot 19201' depicts an idea of Iho future air war- fare, "A- Colrl and Its Consequences" IB a comic 'of the hurry scurry kind; and is very funny; "A Runaway Van" is another good is remarkable for the motor race1 and fun. Corning soon: A great feature play, "Buffalo Bill." This" Is a-renl.good one.' Winnlptg, July Dominion Grain CommlHlcm nHH meet on Septeaber 3rd, -AILMENTS Or. Mtrlcl'i for it fttn for 40 ind .by, Pfiyilelnrtt. olhtr. At all drug- 10c. Bijou Theatre To-day Pathe's Weekly Ne. 26 The World's; Newt in Motion; The Man Higher Up AVItagrapri Matrimonial Featuring John Bunny-' Betty aod the old scoot A Startling Western Drama Starring a Wonderful Trained Horse She Mast Hope What's -in a name? Positively Screams COMING SOON ENGLAND VS.'AMERICA Monarch Theatre .TONIGHT WHITE MAN'S FIREWATER CRAWFISH. i WILLIE, KlrVQ X5F -JANITORS. BEN, A STOWAWAY BINKS DID. IT NOW 1 LAV 'ME DOWN' TO 1 A IUC in Will All Like- DR. MAYO. AT VICTORIA Victoria, B.C., July irorW. famous surgeon, Dr. Chartog U, Nfay6T ot Rocheiter, Minn., accompanlod by. famlly; Is imoag the army e( tour- ists now visiting Victorii.- __ Rome, July mutinous (iua'rds at trie Vatican today prcsenttu to Cardinal Merry1 Del ValrJ'apar'sec resiry of state, a memorial rotating to their grletances and conditions on which they arc disposed to remain in the service. Tbo conditions are: (1) dismissal of the commander of (hn Swiss (2) An Increase In Swiss Guards of SO to 100.. (3) The commander and all officers to be chos- en from themsekes. (4) The aboli- tion of-the prohibition against-'tho -.071 tho right Tiber. anr( thV granting of permlssipa 'to JfTeqilent iflne (5) A return lo the orig- inal system, 6( .military InBttuctlona with the of hsyonet "drill, target shooting and climbing ot roofs (o protect the Vatican from Ira- ajlntry assaults. (6) No punishments to be Inflicted .in connection with the present igllation. Cardinal Merry Val afterirards conferrirl for'i long time with the Pope In an e'tfort lo find a satisfactory solution tor tho incident, CANAplAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships -i ij Sail'from Fort William aV. 2 p.m. Sundays, Thursdays, Friirlays and Saturdays Fo'r Port McNicoll ancl connecting..-yyith "Steam'-' ship 'Empress" for.- Tor'-'. onto arid all points Inir.tb.er particulars -and tickets; from ian iVoiftc Ticket Agent. Depot Ticket Office ;