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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July TITE LETHWRIDGE DAILY HERALD LAST CHANCE LAST CHANCE A Real Feature Photo Play CARMEN GYPSY CAMP RETREAT SMUGGLING CIGAR FACTORY BULL FIGHT, ETC., ETC., ETC. of Aus Italian Mac' Recalls Famous New West- minster Robbery flldfield, TEN SINGLE The Empress A Rwllitlc, Excitlns, Special Feature 1REE REB1.S-BUFFALO HEELT" Indians, Cowboys. Cow-girls, lironks, Roping. Dogging. Shooting, Racing, Dances and a Thousand and one events making one ot the most remarkable and magnificent pholo pictures of the life'of the'wild west, ever produced. "BRITISH WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES Program Ever Shown In the City Me. FOR THREE No advance in prices TEN CENTS SINGLE 10 ccntt Monarch Theatre TONIGHT The Branded Six i Shooter. The'Strike Breaker King Banforth Utens the Suspect AN ALL FEATURE.PROGRAM B'READ 10 ccnti 10 cenU To-morrow see BARNEY OLDFIP racing k train to Mve human life ,HIS' HEART-i FAILED Fieine'iion, On't, July Hazard, of the C. P. FL, died suddenly, of heart ing- Ironi his work. He'was 52 yean JUST WHAT YOU WANT i Low Good se'rvfce, Up- to-date. Steamers. The Dcnald- line'can offer, ill three. Only cabin and third-. paweniera turrit j. To or from Europe. Don't book bt- our 'rain. Any SteimehTp or Riilway Agent can tell-you. ,t f, H. E, LIDMAN, Agent -MS Main St.. Rhone M-S31J- Man, CANADIAN Great Lakes Steamships Sail from Fort William at 2 p.m. on. Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and SaUtrday.s J'or Port and ronneotirijr ".Sit-nin- Bljou Theatre Tbe public' of 'LethbfidBQ have doubtless -Mtnessed many thrilling and sensational motion p'ctnres at tbe Bljou.and elsewhere, but certainly the feature'' subject tonight, "Tho Hoard" of Gold'1 wiu'eclipje.them all. A' iiractlcal fjlt .oLBenEaticnei draniatic eitti.aUo.UE, vividly.portrayed by the'Vllagraph Co. iri.two reels, tJie safa in Tecom'inetid-' Injjiit as. the. best along'-that-partic- ular line." Another feature, deserving of spc-c- lal mention is the Selig comedy, "Sam- my Orrbeus, or the Pied'Piper Up-lo- Dale." This is'a comedy-ahsolutely iew and unique, in In- corporating trained animals of-mar- vellous Intelligence. An educ'ilional, "Harnessing a. Mountain and a football drama, "Saving 'the Game, completes tbe bill. Last Day for "Carmen" at Starland .Never before iu the history of Stir- land was there such a delighted and Well pleaied- audience- turned out from theatfe as last ev- ening, the occasion' belnj the first presentation of the deathless opera, "Carmen." "Caj-men" isua three-reel" version" of the production, showing all the us'ual saenes, Including the gypsy camp, retreat, smuggling, -cigar fac- tory, bull fight, etc.: As an added attraction, to, "Car- Is being shown-the, celebrated Keystone.comedy, entitled "Foreman of the This is without a doubt one of-the jsnapptest and funniest films-ever produced'by" this famous ich' com pan y. This big feature programme, is being ottered at. the usual prices of be repeated for-the last lime tonight. Tomorrow Htarland palror.s will have, an opportunity of seeing the greatest Keystone feature over pro- duced, namely "A Race for Barney Oldfield, the well-known dare-devil speed king, will be seen racing a train to save a human life. A short synopsis of this remarkable' fea- liire follows: The girl tied to the rallwty track; onrujh'ing train, with desperadoes on the en- gine who will stop'.for1 nothing. Now see. Barney'croeiilng up Ut'ilc by.'llt- tle, travelling- over sixty allies an hour. Xow he rfs even and has pass- ed-the train, and sxrhes 'jarely In time to snatch the girl from tbe'track as the train thundera pasl. k Bread Orawjna it Monarch Theatre Tomorrow The management of the .Monarch Theatre take very much pleasure In announcing one of .their regular drawings io .tafce place tomorrow nfght at 9 o'clock. A programme up to the- standard ivlil be shown on this occasion, and every ones Is Hiisraur.eed Ian evening's entertain, fhent, along 'with two'chnnces to win tfckels. 1 The prosrstpmo tonight IB one of excellence, comlsliuj largely The Bijou TONIGHT The Hoard of Gold: or, Buried Alive A Real Thriller Full of Interne Situations Harnessing a Mountain Stream Splendid Educational Saving the Game An Interesting Football Drama Sammy Orpheus The Comfldy Ytt and Some- thing Different from the Ordin- ary. ._________I________. -COMING SOON International Polo Match ENGLAND VS. AMERICA ture" fsV and 'Uae ej citement 'and sensations, are alive Irou. start to finish'at the manj wonderful thrown on tbfonireal 'In .Vew Westminster and studied their ways. A certain clerk always' slept In the bank, -which was also guarded by a Chinese night watchman. Oh the night of September 14, tbat clerk slept elsewhere and a band of expert safe blowers entered the bank of tlie means of a false key, over- powered and bound the sole guardian, and with picks and crowbars made tbelr way through the brick lining surrounding the money vault. Then they penetrated steel that formed the Inner protecting Jack- et of the great safe. After drilling the; safe 'and filling" (he hoie-Wth nitrb-glyccrtne they exploded the UP" by charging the meial of the Mfe1 with electricity from one of the lie'Vas eittadite'd" oh' .that chVrge. Thej-'ll attend of con- dueling his starteglc campaigns from K. J., just acroBs lite ilver from tils clfyTifhere hB.hid.Hrea for yean and .where he was looked upon u a reapectaWe citi- zen. But during tha free- and easy days-of Abo'Ruef and'Miyor tJugene Schmltz lo Saa Fraocltco, run notorious ptacei. called Turtle and Tho Log. Cabin, KB. Iras "In tight" In the.se.tjmea'.'. For money obtained for him protection-protec- tion with a double knitted heel and loe. Tho New York police MacNa- baalc.tnMk aim profestion-' al burglar. They have ilm mugged and numbered and.measured. They know, the his ciri the the of Ma col.tar, oOw'roany a-are he bears and where they are; He> ed and and But the whole of nerve md indifference.''it would shocked; it w6iild grieve hto) lb nanlfert 'sur- prise; and he to' be'a seventh the merTwho throw a drag, net and sort'out the roaoj that got.their Baa and K" curely had 'they wrapped the vault with rugs and_carpets tbat a police- man in the aext-door liou'se was not aroused. Tbe" loot was packed in' bags and oM went the robbers in a stolen motor car in five dollar dollar "Some twenty-five' fifty dollar nnd hundred dollar notes were also gar- nered and large'quantity gold. Off they sped for-the Ftaser river, and on.the way. tbe automobile broke d'oftn. 'Burdened by such a huge sum, the-robbers' cached under a wooden it was'accl- dently found after a year. Then a tdami'n'g small hoy found one- thh-d'in 'gold, bridge spanning the'Fris'tir Wver. Still an- other c in' gqld'-was recovered from a tramp-who had.found it lying in the street In New Weslmlaster'anil started on a glorious spree. George V Buffalo gambling house amazed when he found. LaJ accepted flQOO in bills which the police', showed'! him" were part of the loot and which be bad de- posited Iti tbo bank'. In rounding up'the robbers the tire- less police have already in Jail Cbarles Dean, alias Hoffman, arrested in Los AUCTION SALE -----OF----- Household Furniture VVIIl' be held at the residence of Mrs. A. Wick, 310 7th Avenue A. South, two dcgrs west at Ball Park, Saturday, July 26 AT. 2.30 P. M, Consisting of the following 2 Bedroom Suites 1 L-xtra tt'asastacd 1 Oak Upholstered Morris chtir Stair and ball Oilcloth. 2 Oak Centra Tables 1 Oik Sideboard 1 Pair Parlor Curtains and Blinds. 1 Vetour Couch 1 Washing Machine 3 Toilet Sets. S dozen 1 q.t. Bealars 2 l.arje Pictures and several olhera. Dlnlne Room Tables, Chairs and 1 Stoves 1 set Scranton School books 1 Fancy Electric Ught shade i 1 Charcoal Smoothing Irou L Kitchen. Table ('1' i Kitchen Chairs 1 Dinicg Intension Table- and Dining room chairs. 2 Rockers and 1 high chair 1 Sewing Machine i 2 Doon 1 Qo-cart 1 Iron Cot 2 Piece Parlor Set 1 Leather Settee 1 New Refrlterator 1 Cook Plpej Kitchen Utensils, etc, and othv articles too numerous to mea- Uon. TERMS CASH GUS.' NEID1G, AUCTIONEER. Ajigeles; Charles Butcher, alias "long arrested In Detroit, and "Dayton Red" Foloy, caught In Toron- to. They have never let up in tha hunt, and two more are yet to ho caught. "Australian Mac" does not lack old friends and companions fn jail. LAW FOR WORKMEN WILL BE SYSTEM OF COMPENSA- TION BASED ON A CONTRIB- UTORY BASIS Loniion, July A des- patch .to the Horning Post says that a contributory, workmea's cornpeasatIon act has introduced into the lorla Slate parliament. Thts provides for joint from the state, the employers and tho workmen to a slate act insurance, which is controll- ed by a commiEBlon, which has pow- ed to issue policies to employees. The premiums are: Employees, vioikins 'people; two- sixths; the one-slxtti.': -Pay-; ments are inade_ at death to persorts who depended on the deceased." "-'.If them are-no dependents' tben "medieal and funeral (experiaeX: not ceeding twenty, 'pounds, are paid. In the case of incapacity the payment of half the average weekly earntnes, not exceeding one pound weekly.-wlil le paid, .tne total not to exceed.four hundred pounds. Persons' under 21 years and over 60 years are especially provided for. IS 001 OF PAYING FOR LOTS WHICH HAVE NO' VALUE OTHER. THAN FARM LAND Fernie, B. 6., Trrf. Johnson is enlarging bis busintis pre- mises by a two story addition." The Unaid of Trade and local ptetJ are sparing no pains'' or expense ,m tbe determination of putting a stop. t'p the swindling methods'.' of "tho real estate fakirs, and have peti- tioned the local .and Do'mfnion EOV for a generation to come'or longer. .Many .letters..nave been wiiUen-'fV officials in'the British.Islcs.'w-a'rning. them of the. many schemes aaverti.std by worthless '.stuff ojT or. speculators. ''H is' most staff of tnent has i protecting, unload their st regrettable.-that "--this ir" DEATH WAS ACCIDENTAL .Bridgeport Conn., Engineer' Doherty. n< New f and' was guilty of in I connection with the wreck" 'at St" ford on June 12, according to. finding of Coroner Phelan" of city today. _ The finding is based on the death of Ada Pearl Kelly of Cbicago, one of the sis'passengers, killed In the Pullman car Skylatk which, was te- lescoped. Her death Is classed as fraud, foi could hav- mail for ii John P. CHANUE FOR UNEMPLOYED tfieT'-' ways to bring-into fteir bayves.t discussion une'mployed In the :clly- "would not reduce tue-- number: heeded." v'; toon's unemployed doW at j COO, Man Ukes Pie And takingia moment's thought about digestion-'when crust is light, flaky, Thkrecipe perfect.'jjie crust. Try i Spread with tableipoon- I Swift'e SUMr-Leaf with flour, roll up like jelly toll, pat and roll oat, roll up efSin ami cut eft enough for Iwer creet, IWI.out remainder for upper cnut iiid when oren pat mall Stlver-LeafLaid on lor. Shortening that makes good-pie crust ywill make tasty; pastry of airkindsr t Swift'i SOrer-Leitf Lard is put up in .tight one beari the Government inspec- 1 purity and J wholesbmeneVi j: v ofthejard.. YfMT 0Mder for Co; Edmonton ;