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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD STOP! It been many reports made to the eftect that in your section of the country there are several GOOD BUCKING HORSES. Wish to say our representative will call at the various towns on the dates mentioned and will try out all Bucking Horses brought to the Stock Yards. Those found suitable will be purchased at whatever price they are worth. Now all you folks that have the Wild Ones, bring, them in. Our representative will be at the Stock Yards at Maple Creek, Aug. 2; Medicine Hat, Aug. 3; Cardston, Aug. 5; Raymond, Aug. 6; Lethbridge, Aug. 7; Macleod, 8; High River, Aug. 9; Galgary, Aug. 10; Gleichen, Aug. 11. THE Will be the Biggest Celebration of its kind ever attempted heretofore. Write for all information to 706a, Centre Street; Calgary. GUY WEADICK. Follow the Crowd! Two Big Specials WONDERS NEVER CEASE A..big novel.feature, belonging exclusively to the Starland J-lmlted by everyone on account originality) YoU .never taw equal. It Is Amazing, IT IS INSTRUCTIVE. BOUNDER A remarkable .Animal Piolure, depicting A MOUNTAIN LION'S '.Tlils picture is admitted by the Press Grilles to be "The most natural animal picture ever produced." THE PRICE OF BIG BOB'S SILENCE One of those "Western Pictures that you of. action and truth.) A. BOOMERANG JOKE A Roaring scieam with laughter. Miss Olive Richards, "The Starland Girl" MAJESTIC THEATRE Your chance to see The Durbar in PRAISED BY To-night at 8.45 ITSELF PRESS; CLERGY AND LETHBRIDGE'S PROMIN- ENT CITIZENS KING AND QUEEN MARY. CROWNED IN INDIA PRICES: 25c, 50c, 75c and THE PRESS THE OFFICIALS THOSE WHO HAVE SEEN THEM MAJESTIC THEATRE 3 Nights and Wednesday Matinee, Commen- cing MONDAY, JULY 29th THE GREAT Albini-Avolo Vaudeville Co. ALL STARS The'.GREAT ALBINf, Incomparable Magician Humorist, Illusionist FOUR MUSICAL AVOLOS Acknowledged Xylophone Experts BESSIE-ALLEN Dainty Singing and Dancing Comedienne THREE STRATTON BROTHERS Scotch Comedians, Dancers and COLBY andd WAY, The Ventriloquist and Mechanical Doll TOM BRANTFORD, Popular Story Ttller and Mimic, "The Human Band" MLLE. DE VALLANCE Beautiful Phenomenal Contralto WHIRLWIND AND NOVELTY ARTISTE 75c, 50c, and 25 cents- Seats-on .Sale at Rochon's Ice Cream Parlor BIJOU THEATRE L. H. UHL' SOLE MANAGER OF BEST MOTION PICTURES A TWO REEL FEATURE- A BLOT ON THE FAMILY ESCUTCHEON A story of early English Aristocracy, beautifully told and teeming with situations "i Two other subjecti of the High "BIJou" SUndjrd MATI'NEES EVERY DAY AT 2 p. M. ------THREE-PIECE ORCHESTRA ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE------ CHILDREN iOc; ADULTS 15c WE ASK.FOa YOUR PATRONAGE AND CRITICISM club bns purelmned Knoxvllle club of Appalarchtan mnk Davii, A pilCbor, from the league, for immediate da-livery. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Alblni-Avolo Stars Coming this way with a car-load of new and'bewildering illusions and sur- prises, representing an outlay of 000, the Great Albini, beading his own will play a three-nights'.en- gagement here, commencing on Mon- day evening at the Majestic Theatre. The Great Albini-Avolo aggregation of world-famed stars, is a company of artists of recognized ability, and have been so selected that there no conflicting elomonts on the long aad interesting programme. On the con- trary, the performance has been so arranged as to portray all the ele- ments of novelty, comedy, singing, dancing and music. The great Albini has never been before seen at such advantage as this season. He has added so many new features, that he changes his act daily. He has estab- lished himself as a favorite, there be- ling no one In his class, through his devotion to 'the particular line of .busi- ness in which he has been so long en gaged. At Starland Monday aad Tuesday's program at Starland. bids fair to outshine, any program ever shown at this-, popular theatre. It is composed1 of [our full reels, and two of "them alone are worth the price of admission It is seldom that two big features like these can be seen together in one program, and tlic public should grasp thu opportunity, and follow i lie crowd. One is entitled "The ot a 12-Inch Gun" and second' but-nut least is that "Great Selig Ant nal Masterpiece" entitled "Bounder." Apart from these two specials there is a popular western pictuic ana a roaring rollicking comedy and a song by Miss Olive Richards, "The Star- Kami Girl." At the Bijou The program at the Bijou theatie for Monday and Tuesday is talcuLat ed to lie the" best ever.seen in city, The feature subject, is based nn the pride oi the English nobility to carry an untarnished name, and the 1 terrible anguish of the parent he realizes his daughter's mistake is vividly portrayed. The whole story is full of intensely -dramatic situa- tions, holding the audience interested from start to finish. The star} is. told in two reals and is entitled "A Blot on the Family Escutcheon." Two other subjects of the Bijou usual high standard am given in addition, and patrons of this picture house-will be treated- to -a very superior per- formance which should not be missed by any. citizen. Vancouver, July Cowan president of .the. British Columbia La crosse. association, today asked the Westminster officials for a statemen of their intentions regarding the Sat urday game to be played in Vancou ver under the new schedule. "Westmin ster declined to.; play here but pressed a willingness to play in West ml irate- Cowan accordingly announced tha iie would tomorrow award the game forfeited There is no chance Eor.: Westminster to come bj mrprise tprnprrowrand insist qn play ing, as. Cowan has on the strength o: (the! official'statement notified the com mission not to make any appointmen of a. referee for tomorrow Official notice has been received Sir Richard McBrlde, western trustee of the Minto cup, that Cornwall, pros pective champions p-f the National La crosse Union, will come after the Minto Cup this falf Yesterday an receu ed a letter from .the .Premier containing a letter from Mr, James of Tor onto, president of the National, Union in.which the announcement was made WILL REPLAY THE GAME football match between St, Mary's and St. Andrew's, in" the Sun- day School League last night, resulted In fi score of one goal'each, but, owing to the fact that, apparently, no referee had'been appointed by the executive the game, was .started very late, and darkness stopped play prematurely, The -match will he replayed as soon as possible. TO .FIGHT BOUT San July Burns and Jack White, the Chicago lightweight, signed yestej'day t'o-r a ten-round bout in Oakland, August 7. Wrestling Turk Wants a Victim Bob Monagoff, big Turkish wrest? ler, hurls the following defi at wrest- lers in general from his hang-out down in Sheridan, Wyo. if any local grnppiers would like to fake on the 215 pound doll It might be arranged through the Herald, as the Sporting Editor will forward all communica- tions to the giant. Here Is what the Turk says: "I am on my way. to Seattle and would like, to get a match in you city with some wrestler of my weight, which In pounds, and no one Jn [he wrestling game Is .barred. If you a wrestler uf your city in my class. I will offer to throw him three fines In one hour, or forfeit the match, or if they wish U> put up some money, win bet one thousand dollars or .For Every Barn on Every Farm Here's Uio that makes Rverr barn look MtterancJ lut neper. Insures bullding-a pt-ooctn isexnoBs Rurft oee how much bettor it w .look and hovr much longer it will Bom, Roof and Elevator Paint to allotbcrptlntf by rait- foadH for freight cars leading elevator oompanioe throughout Western Uanada. Ovor 30 yeava on sales S" ereaslnir every at prove HE superiority. Bold y Write today ir free book of "BuffeeBtiona )t paint users. GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National Chicago-......000.010 7 0 N7ew York 101 000 B 9 2 fteulbach and Archer; and Myers St. Louis vs. on account of the St. Louis team being delayed en route. Cincinnati 000 400 7 1 Brooklyn ..-022 500 11 1 Davis, .Keefe, Benton and Clarke; Curtis, Ragon and Miller. PittBburg ..000 000 1 6 Philadelphia. 101 001 4 10 AdaniSj O'Tooic and Gibson; Mooro and Kiilifer. American No games were scheduled for yes- torday. In the American league. Association Louisville 2, Jndiaapolis 1. Milwaukee 4; Kansas City 0. Toledo 7, Columbus 3. vs. St. game. International Baltimore-11, Rochester 10. Toronto J ersey City 3. 6, Montreal 4. Newark 12, Buffalo 7. Northwestern Seattle S. Victoria 5. Tacoma li, Portland 3. Vancouver 7, Spokane 3, International Dulutb 9, Superior 7, E-AtF Canadian Guelpli S; Peterbpro 7. Brantford R, Hamilton 7 St. Thomas-8, London B. Ottawa .10, llerlln 11. C.F.STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE Hayp Idw, Co. IRST SPORTS TUESDAY NIGHT AQUATIC CLUB DECIDE TO HOLD "OUTING AT HENDERSON PARK LAKE A meeting of the Lethbridgc Afjuat- ic association was held at the Y. M; 0. A. parlors ;last evening, when a. few new members were "Initiated." J. Gallon was elected swimming; in- structor, and it was decided to hold the first sports at Henderson Park Lake, on Tuesday evening at 7.30. The following contests tiave been arranged: Canoe tilting, between Mr. Nicholls and V. T. Goggin; tub race, between Commodore P. J. Mclneniy and Vice-Commodore R. Barrpwnan. will give AW ,exhibition of- swimming and lifctsaving. Cauoe rac- cs, singles and Undemti 'between :tbe members'.' Mr. Mclneniy has issued a challenge at large to a log-rolling con- I tost. Thcee sporls will be kept up, nnd it j Is honed tint .they vlll bo largely i attended. They aro (p the public.' The deflxmuian of ciub WRB torcd Aquatic. anit the colors will First! Studebaker-Flanders 20 The Siudebaker-Flanders "20" ought to firit" the mind of any man considering the purchase of a ci'r. Low in price, but'not honestly built ofl the bait materials to be had, powerful enough for any road genuine to common cenie mutt make any man think. Where can you get as much? If price and low upkeep coit interett you, if you want a handiome. and roomy, though not a If you. need a car aure to do its duty under all then the "20" i> the car for you. You could hardly ask more and you need not get CANADIAN CAR FOR CANADIANS. Studebaker-Flanders "20" Touring car, f.o.b. Walker- vlllc. With Top, Windshield and Speedometer Send for our catalogue. It will interest you The Studejbaker Corporation of Canada, Ltd. WALkERVILLE, ONTARIO LOCAL Western Auto Company LETHBRIDGE TELEPHONE 1464, with blue stripe, 'arid L. A'.-A; dealers In the goods are requested to end in prices of-the same'loathe ecretary-tTeaeurer, W. HV Cpiiibear, The headquarters of the'ksBo- iation at the lake will >be the boat- of Commodore Mclnenly. Sec- itary Conibear 111 the first lillng "craft on the lake thie-, evening. A meeting will be held next Thurs- day evening at 8.80, nt Rooni.7, 'Hull Block, to make me spbrls All inteiest-ed are come. The association- is graceful to the? Y AI G. A. lor the generous and. lib-i era! way thoy have encomageiX granting the use of the purlors." a vote of thanks was tendered the in- stitution nt the clbie of J night's meeting. Bruco Rhipath, champion of the world, will be, in nt the sports on Tuesday. Our New Perfection Broiler li pleasing many women. It enables the housewife to broil if well on the New Perfection Stove u over coal fire. A ail the hint. h cooks ttcnly, U broils both sida atoaei. k fatn't imokt. And of'courie.yoo ftmiKu witk THE IMPE11IAL OIL COMPANY, ;