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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July 25.1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 LOOK! READ! HEED! TO-DAY Barney Oldfield in his Race With Death A FEATURE IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD ALSO THE GREAT TWO-REEL SPECIAL A SOUL OF A THIEF A PHOTO PLAY LONG TO BE REMEMBERED TEH CINTI SINOLE The Empress GRAND WtEK-IND PROGRAM 2ic. 'FOR THREE A NOI4ANCE AN ARIZONA ROMANCE TWO HBA1AV SPLE.VMD DRAMAS TWO LUCKY JIMS THEIR CHILD PETTICOAT CAMP TUrte Ltughlble'Comtdles of the Best Kind CATCHING WITH DYNAMITE SINARIA TWO RBAl, aOOD ONES FOR THREE Tiff CENTS SINGLE Admission 25c. FOR THREE TEN CENTS SINGLE Bip Theatre TODAY AMD TOMORROW "The Stain" A I D ra mat 12 "Following the Star" Mruck Kar Final A FMcfnatlng "Broncho Billy and the Step Sisters'' A WwUm Future with Snap "The Daylight Burglar" Ljtigha. and Loti'of tham. Bfo- V.COMINO SOON taenutitMl Pole Match ENGLAND VS. AMERICA Monarch Theatre GRAND .BREAD DRAWING 9 p.m. TO-NIGHT EXTRA SPECIAL BISON 101 FIATUHE IN TWO GREAT REELS "At Mad Mule Canyon" 10 ctntl 10 LIViD TO SEE 93 YEARS Welland, Ont., Jiilj- death occurred at her home In of Mrs. Maria man, 93 veari of ut She reild- ot Hie Pel bun town- ship. CANADIAN I Great Lakes Steamships Bail Port William at 2 p.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays, .Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays lor Port MoNicoll and conntxiting with " ghip Empress" for Tor- onto and all points cast. Further particulars and tickets from any Caiia ian Taoinc'Ticket-Agent. Depot Ticket Off ice Lethbridge Phone 512 Southerners in China -Want a Genuine Republic Not a Dictatorship Barney Oidd.ld at Slarlind Today Barney Oldfleld in hu' tantatloijal race with death IK seen one of the ru'ny headline-it! of Mmplele change of programme at Starland to- day. In this wonderful production, Same; Is seen racing his avito To see tbe train, sent'J oh .IU .mis- sion of dealh by. Uo of the most'des- perate tbOfa Imaginable, to'see ilin draw even -with and pas's Ulo train arriving- just time' to snatch' tho girl from the track ae the monster en- gine thunders past, blakes a photo- drama long to he'remembered by all see It. ..Another subject worthy- of special mention on tha SHI Js the great two-reel special entitled, "A Soul of a This Is, a gripping drama tbat the attention of the audi- ence to tbe very Uit scene." You loader how it Is 'going to turn out. Then the .li reached, It perfectly logical. Pfcolo fans will do-well to witch the Starland an chingo is go- ing to include the cream of features poKible to secure In the photo world. Thiatre The ever-popalar Bijoa will greet its patrons tonight with a programme of four productions, 'each one a feature, and the in its par- ticular "The Stain'-'.la n high- class drama, displaying i wpalth of beautiful acted irTarfhau. nir superior lo criticism. Following, "The. Slur" 'Is a beautiful comedy drama by the Vitigrsph Co, depict- thfl experiences of a slage-sl-ruck girl, and her return to hoiue-'arid mother. "The Day-Lieut Burglar" Is one ol the motl laughable farce corn- ed ever presented And Is sure to ha 'received with ftals ot laughter. The programme is completed by the Western Billy and the a feature that every one will enjoy, more particularly the children. trctd at the Monarch .atre Tentaht Ton fcht wil] surely 6e a red-leller night, at the .Monarch Theatre. In j of weat tiro-nwi 101 fwUre and other every per. son lo the. house- has> %a opportunity lo win worth of bread tickets. It IB the of the muage- meat to live 110.90 worth of tlekets lo peopls, so every me has 'two obancei. Cknrpons for Iho Ing will be jold up (o S o'clock.- A bumper house, is anticipated, and every one'ls adv-Ued to como early to secure'a Pplendfd Week-End programme at the For the eaterUlnnient oi their pat- this week-end, tbe management tiius provided of unequalled excellence, ud beauty. The two extra ijieelil .western diimiE, "A nange md' "An Arttora are, In their wayi unique, and are remark- able for beauty of. scenery, splendid acting; and perfection of plot. The programme is 'very atrorjg In comedifj, no leas tiian thrnij of the very of their kind.being Includ- ed, viz., "Two" Plucky "Their Child." and "Pelllcont dmp." re, wilhout question, real good busl. are warranted to Ihofoiigh- ly pleate and fiKinafe >lUi their points. Canton, China, July oi the Southern Chinese provinces with a population that ot the Unit- ed States have come to an agreement [or joint action against Provisional President Yuan Shi Kai and the Pebin In the eighth pro- vince, Kwang Si, the troops unfer Gtaeral Lung, sympathize with, tho movemcnt- A force of irregular troops chieQv composed of Hakka HU1 men, left here today ot the North Hiver to fight the northern' army. They will maie forced marches the nmuntiin iiaas'cs of the province to Kian Si. Other aimies are being organUcd.'arnong the peasants and bill, men..', There arc 100 mountain 'stjn the' arsenalf-here" and much armament One of the n'rinclpil-officers asserts that there "are millions'of- dollars id the, treasury and that the revolution- aries will carrrjm an energetic cam- paign for long time. He declares that the .lapanese are lending aid to sustain the moveinent against Ptkin anj art assisting in other ways. The -orernor-general, in a letter publish- lhat he desires tie estab- lishment of a genuine republic "in and'not "a dictatorship." Pincher CreeV, 'July ar- angements ale now well in band fc-r he Sumrner school, which opens on he Morden Grove here on August [3, and continues (or a ueek. The irogram has been prepared and is LOW in the-hands of the printers ar.d vill be available in a (ew days to any person vho wishes to secure a opy. As intimated in a lecent issue, the orecoc-ns will be 'occupied with ius branches ot study, nblle the al- uernoons will be given up entirely to irganized sports. Tennis, picnics, au- omobilo drives, etc., are ar- anged, and on Thursday afternoon, August Hth, there will be a base- hall match between the Summer school and the town team. The iorm- er will be composed almost entiielr of clergymen, and the local boys ate iusy speculating as to what will uppen when fhey clash with the 'pulpit pounders" os August-Uth. This event promises to he a big at- .faction. Then on tho evening ol August II, n connection with the Summer school, J. M.i.YfeKctt will give his splendid lecture on Mart It s said bf those n ho have heard fhis .ecture that while Mark Twain was undoubtedly a great humorist, he was not nwrly as tunny as Mr. ;tt. Further particulars in connection ith this summer school u-ill be an- nounced later. i.niEDfjf: ACCIDENT IN EXPLOSIVES F AC. TORY RENDERED HAVOC 'AMONS PLOYEES St. Hilaire, Qut., 'July rible explosion took place it '11.20 this .morning at -the works of, tha Canadian Explosives' company, limit- ed, near Beloeil and about a mile and a hall trom St. Hlliiio railway sta- tion, resulting in the death ol seven, oi tbe employees, four men and girls, and injuring a number oj olhcrs. All details are net yet available, but so far as can be learned, the ex- plosion tooV place in the building i which' the girls h so die nitre-glycer- ine. Then- are usually from 12 to 15 girls, at work here, but this morning the full number were, not on duty. .Tbe names of those killed ate as follows j Alpbonse ffuilmeile, E. Larvierre, rhillip l.avallM, and afternoon.- He is'the ItVinj image of pictures of J. Rufus a jemfeeMooWng fellow of a robust the heads of sweat stood thickly on his rrzow he received sentence. A hitter. had teen Toade.for his liberty-by'Sir Charles Hlbhert Tupper, K.O., -who announced to'ilndfe MoTiison.-today' that he would appeal. 'The court admitted tnat.'the contradictory nature of the eiidence left a wide ground for ap- told MoNam'ara that Whelh- er-b'e served his time or not, or 'was released after that this trou- ble should teach a lesson. ,Orte of the shrewdest of criminals, in large, unruffled way, Me- Nrtmara has a notable history. He has never before been ccravlcted in America, indeed his friends In San FraflriKo, where he' kept, a road- houBe, and In New York, speak highly of htm. But he has long watch- ed hy the PinkerlOTis. Following the fantcus' rotibery, was teken, McNarawa. and 'tis friends found they had so much -loot they could not carry it They tried to steal 'the first automobile they could fli.d, which. happened to he TrKiipM, to move their money lo-Van- Quebec, 'July SI Allan liner Victorian amvcd here at five o'clock this'morning, having on board tbe. British parliamentary party with Lord Emmott, under secretary oi state for the colonies, at its head. Not a little importance attached to this empire to members of the British house of. parliament as this is the first delegation tbat has ever from Westminster at tho Invitation of any of the overseas do- minions. To Australia primarily be- longs the honor of inaugurating this movement which, though definitely arranged by the empire parliamen- tary 'association, is being splendidly supported by the government of Bri- tain and the overseas dominions through which the delegation will Pass. The parly will arrive at Baa5 Sun- day, August 3, 10.13 a.m and at 10.17 p m. the cars go up to Laggan. Monday, August 4, at Lake Louise, 12.15 noon, leave Lake Louise, Lag- gan. Tuesday, August 5, at 1 p. .m. airfto'Vaucouver. Wednesday, August 6, sail from -Vancouver or Victoria by, R. M.- S. Makura for Auckland. MONEY 1RY CO-OPERATION 18 3ECBET OF CHEAP CRMITS FOR ROPEAN FARMERS Winnipeg, July obtain money much more cheaply tliroughoul Europe than.lhey do in Canada, owing largely to among them- Instead .'of paying higher than business men and manu- facturers, they fact Euro- pean ftarlculturlils can borrow money- at within one-half to one per cent, of what their governments have to will, be conveyed to the. Saskatchewan 'government a the result Ot Inquiry Into agricultural in Europe -made by the royal comaluloa which has' Jim returned to'Canada. 'A.. K. Mantle, deputy minister of atrtcullure'for and honorary secretary to .the arrived in lie city last Wxirs'ana WHEN REFUSED DEMANDS THEY COMMENCED TO SING .RE- VOLUTIONARY SONGS Rome, July the yesterday the Vatican .was, in a veritable state ot seige. H was outcome of the mutiny of the Siris.5 Guards whose .demands were .'In the form of a memorial .relating their grievances and setting forth tho con- ditions, on which they remain' In the services, were flatly rejected. Three of -the leaders in the move- ment were expelled from the Vatican. Four oiheis left last night and-twelve have requested leave lo depart for their homes in'Octoher. Those "who left were accompanied lo .the gates of tho Vatican by their comrades.. At the moment'of separa- tion th'ey'cried: Garibaldi." Some of1 them joined singing the iraiseillaisae. Nevejr before was such a icene presented in 'front of the Vati- can." On" Monday-the guards "were re- lieved of their cartridges and yesteV dajvgven their rifles were taken from Lham discovered-they succeeded la concealing'- cartridges. Count Cecoperi, commander' of gend- armes, hae ordered- to -hold himself fa Tsidlnas. 'They''.control all eiist and have Instruc.tiq'ns to pre- vent any' of the guards the buildings vllhout .express permis- sion, or' from .communicating w-ith those outside.-'The entire neighbor- hood is patrolled by. strong forces of police. Serious trouble was expected K-hen the guards were notified that all their claims had been rejected, and It had been arranged that any of tho guards attempting a demonstration should be arrested papal gendarmes. C. N. R. DULUTH TERMINALS .Dululh, Minn., July to unconfirmed reports in circulation here, the Canadian Northern has let contracts for one dock and two ele- vators to be built hore next year 'at a. cost of The -elevators are to. be'ready .for storage at Ihe head of the which had to bo taken out last winter in vessels that "were wintering In this port. AUCTION SALE Household Furniture Will be held at the resilience of Mrs. A. Wick, 310 7th Avenue A. South, doors vitst of Ball Park, Saturday, July 26 AT P. M., Consisting of the 2 Dedruom Suites 1 Ejtra .WasasUnd 1 Oak Uiiholsteri-il Morris chair Stair and ball Oilcloth. 2 Oak Centre Tables 1 Oak 1 Pair Parlor CurUins and Blinds. 1 Velour Couch 1 Machine 3 Toilet Sets. 2 dozen cjl. Sealers 2 Largr Pictures .md several others. Dining Hoom Tables, Chairs and Btoves 1 set Scranton School boots 1 Fancy Electric Light shade TERMS CASH following items: I Charcoal Smoothing Iron 1 Kitchen Table 1 Kitchen Chairs 1 Dining Extension Table and Dining room chairs. Kockcra and 1 bfsu chair 1 Sewing Macblne 2'Screen Doors I Go-cart 1 Child's Iron Cot 3 fiecc Parlor Set 1 leather Setlee 1 New Refrigerator Cook Range and Pipes Kitchen IHenslle, elc., and other articles too numerous to men- tion. GUS. NEIDIO, AUCTIONEER i 11ECEXTLY UNGAGKI) COUPLE .IN KOYAL MAXUEIJ AND HIS JHUDE-TO-BE. On the right'are ex-King Manuel of Portugal and his fiancee, Princess Victoria Augustine o'rHphtnzollern. Next tq the Princess is Queen Ring, and on'trie left Prince William of of the Prlncest. SIR FELIX SCHUSTER SAYS EV- ERYTHING WILL RESPOND RAPIDLY TO REACTION London, July Felix Schus- ler, governor of Ihe union of London and Smith's.nank, and or.s of .the highest "authorilles in Europe on auslness and bankrat', expressed him- self in optimistic terms upon thp out- iook-for the stoct. exchange markets at today's meeting of his hank dlrecl- rs. "A. reaction must.soon set said ir. Palis, referring to the present, rrontary degression (and "why" make ieiiv.cpEion) and takes fecit It win'be'as rapid as was the fall "in prices.-v think It veslors attention win turn itself once more to borne. ylsld .such tempting returnf.-.- continuance or disastrous Balkans and the elsewhere Seatest importanco in irs and I think reflects money'markets the strain tas oeen The 'economic 'has 'been _eiiw- moiiB. "Furthermorei in of preparations.for war on- th'e continent, has .taken filBCo In. varioua'coiintries" and -when-peace .Is ?thB amount ot H la difficult to estimate, tht' money vrlii return lo the monetary centres acd. bring con- Eiderable Cherbourg, France, has a population oi 43.73L .Rcnnes. has people) _.- BR-ITAIX'S LATEST AND ODDKST AIRCKAFT f i airahlp, unique by the reason, oi ftt prew, vrtt It tta.rted on fliul trip from London. ;