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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Monday. Inly, au.-'nua. THE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Follow the Crowd! (Monday) WONDtHS NEVER 'CEASB Two Specials A big nbve! exclusively Limited bo appreciated by overymic tin account of its originality- You-never saw Its equal. It In .Amazing, .IT IS INSTRUCTIVE. liikcii at Newcastle, England. 'Knlem" Feature. This la a coptly production and 1s full md action. The scenery is styiicnclous and the acting The latest of thrills, superb. THE PlilCE OF BIG Oiie of those Western Pictures that truth.) V BOOMERA1SG JOKE A Roaring will make you scream with laughter Miss Olive Richards, "The Starland Girl BOB'S SILENCE vou of action and Wrestling Exhibition AT Morris Theatre Tuesday, July 30, 1912 Taylor vs. Wassum Two Good Preliminaries Admission 75c .Ringside Preliminaries at BIJOU THEATRE L. H. UHL SOLE MANAGER EXTRA EXTRA I EXTRA I TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. TUESDAY, TWO-REEL FEATURE "A BLOT ON THE FAMILY ESCUTCHEON" A remarkably Interesting story of EnBlls'h Arliitocracy. Intense- ly dramatic and beautifully portrayed ADDITIONAL "PATHE'S WEEKLY" Showing the world's principal events In vivid colors. An education- lor all. "BUNNY AND THE TWINS .Showing the Vitigrunli Rivoi'Ue Comedian in his happiest njooil. Orchestra always in attendance.; Matinees Daiiy at 2 p.m. Adults 15c, Children 10c We ask your criticism. OIL WELLS AT PINCHER CREEK VALUABLE FLUID IS SEEPING CROPS AS- SURED Pincher Creek, Julv ex- ceedingly fine warm .weather of the last three or four riavs has caused BELLEVUU MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Alblni Tonight Alblnl, the wolMuiown 'inaBicIun, coinmencC3 it three-night's outage- nient, at 'the -Majestic Theatre this ov en ing. Friday iu I Hcllcvuc, July Colemau Liquor Co., sj: Bcllcvue on business. Mr. Putnam, the Blainnorc lawyer was in town Friday forenoon on his way to Maple Leaf. J..-Grafion, proprietor of the Sou- thern Hotel, eaiue down from Ores- ton on Thursday night, and will re- turn' there on Sunday. Mr. Grafton has __ jevcral tracts of fruit land at great jubilation amongst the farmers CrLstoil( some ol which is producing of this disliicl So far tins season lujnrkabh fme crops or appjeSj peaehes etc this >tar J ft Crreiham of Blairmore, was a to this camp J Muira> who was formerly weather conditions been ideal lorn the point of MOW of the tiller of the soil a generous amount if lino drj neither throughout the earlj bpnng which permitted the Bijou Theatre The programme at the Bijou thea- tre tills week is overflowing With In- teresting and educational Today and tomorrow the special sub- ject deals with iho pride or the Eng- lish aristocracy iu having au un'tar iiishcd name and the falling of tliej only daughter Is totd most dramatically, and the romor.se conse- quent on the parent discovering the Vaiire of the sliamc is Portrayed iu H manner that compels the attention of the audience and arouses the dignity of all true manhood. Pathe's Weekly deals with items of interest the world over, giving briefly a pictorial synopsis of all the princi- pal'events'throughout the world, Bunny and the Twins" Is a scream- ing showing 'this favorite comedian in his happiest mood. Wednesday' and Thursday is set aside for the production of "The the most wonderful picture ever produced. armors to finish what work was left charge of Lang Burnett's ITard- store here- CfllITe down trom t algarj on Friday nrght and rrturne, lhli> morning Mr Murray now hvts where he is engaged m Windsor and her niece. Miss Kerr, [left today for a few days' -fishing at m I South fork Mich good uidonc last fall and to do their secd- Ihis wis followed ficqucnt rams which produced a luful gtowtli 01 all grains and grasses rrived the bright sunshine has the lfnl estatc when it was needed most. J. McLean, of Coleman, was I er they will no doubt bring home a few of the speckled beauties for which the South Fork is famous. The IVvsse.s Kobinson, of Kcrnie, are visiting Miss Ruby I twin at the par- sonage. MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT and all the week Albini-Avolo Vaudeville Co. THE GREAT ALL The GREAT ALBINI, Incomparable Magician Humorist, Iliuilohlit FOUR MUSICAL AVOLOS Achnowledjed Xylophone Experli BESSIE ALLEN Dulnty Singing .and Dancing ComedterinV THREE STRATTON BROTHERS Scotch Comedians, Dancers and Bagpipers COLBY andd WAY, The Ventrlloqulot and Mechanical Doll TOM BRANTFORD, Popular Story. Teller and Mimic, "The Human Band1 MLLE. DE VALLANCE Beaut'lful-Phehomenal Contralto WHIRLWIND AND NOVELTY ARTISTE PRICES: 75c, 50o, and 2B cents- Seats on Sale at' Rochon's' Ice Cream''Parlor II these things taken into consider- imn on wa> home from tion, a bumper crop .Is assured Macleod..-where lie has been working throughout this dibtnct 'this Ul for the Pasi J'. Whiller. the Frank contractor, LOCAL TEAMS PLAYED CRICKET ON SATURDAY LILLE TEAM IS SADLY DEPLETED Football League Affected by Game Protested An interesting game of cricket was plutri on afternoon on the huraUs grounds qetwecn the I eth budge club ind the Letlmridgo oitj 6i.iff which resulted in a win for the- r.ethbridge cricket club by 104 runs. feature of the game was the Bplendid bowling of Dr.. Simmonds pnd B hunei the former grLtmg fl witlvcls foi 15 Luns while W U B'urncr obtained :4 wickets at a cost flf one run apiece the I ethbudge club will pUy ITabcr on the barracks grounds. The following is the score OL Saturdaj's hi itch LKTJIBRIDG.R "CRICKET..CUJB Simmonds b Salt 90 D. Aiken, C. Salt, b TJawson...' fl Nerds b SaU 3 Harris. C. Mooncy b Harvey...38 M. TTincks, C, Uawson.lO C. Shaw Callan :b Dawson Lcc h Bcgg B. Turner c and b Harvey jVlcnzic b'Begg JiV. H. Fcrnie, not out Extras Total i Cm SI VFF RadclilYcj-not out Dawson, 1 h Siniinons Hiodgett b Simmons 0; Siickley b Sinimons. Salt h Turner IJcgg b Turner r-Iarvey b Turner UTooney b Simmons fiaines b Simmons Dawson b Turner T. Osborne b Siimnons Hillcrost, Alta... July foot- ball Lille and Hillcrost at. Hillcresl, snhediiled to take place last Wednesday, was not played on ac- count of the Lille club being un- able ,to get their team together. This is'one of the cons'equeiices of the shut- ting dowa of the Lille mines and coke ovens and the probabilities are that Lille will be obliged to drop out of- the league. Now there is no work at Lille a team to represent the town is next to an impossibility. We shall be to. learn that they have drop- ped out, for as a hunch of sporty play- ers there is no team their equal in the Pass, besides which the consequent shake up in., the standings of th> teiims .remaining in the league will probably cause-much acrimonious cor- respondence between the clubs left in the league. The game between Blairmore and Burmis that should have been play ed last -Wednesday evening was post- poned on account of live wet weather and the poor condition of the ground, Burmis have protested the game played 'by thorn against Lille at Frank last Saturdey evening, on the grounds that the referee was" very unfair in his .rulings, favoring Lille to a very marked .extent. Quite a large party of Hilicrest people, including practi- cally, 'the whole football team, watch- ed this jtftmej and the opinion thej the 'protest and its relation to the game is that had the referee 'done -his; duty ".'Bur-mis would have' finished the game -playing two three men short. Tho chances are very much ttgainst them obtaining replay on, the-r'complaiut laid before the committee, though had either team been defeated We should. lmv-e considered that the ground upon which the game wag played would have been cause enough for a vigor- I A Ins Total ous kick, and would, probably have resulted iu the game being played i j over again on some decent ground. .34 FOUKNIER THE' NOW WITH Montreal, July mix- ed heavy hitting with Baltimore's 01- rors and won today. Fourier appeared Rt first, for the locals and looked good. He hU put a timely two-baggor, acor- rd two runs and had a stolen base to bin credit. Tho Detroit club has pur-chased Ohio O'Mara.of SI, Louis, shortstop on tho Hannibal club'of Hie Central Association. Tho deal was' 'closed tbfouirb Hoi) I.owo, HIP scout, O'Mnra, with "one year's experience, is conceded to he the fastest short- stop in the Central Association. Indianapolis club.of .the Aincri- can Association hits purchased _first baseman Kd. Itolinliorst from the To- ledo club, same Winter wheat is ripening fast, and cutting will be general in a company In el> lew dais Pincher Creek is getting its share 01 pubhciu through the recent dis covery of ail in paying quantities. m other paits of the prounce It Ins been no secret for many years 'that oil exists And is actually seeping oiit at a point some forty or fifty iclles south-west of town. A companv coin- posed of local capitalists has tieto at uork in that foi titiic, but until recently'verv'few out- siders were praciic'a'Ilv tiain brings its quata of oil investors etc all bound for "the oil fields" jind'cohi not a little commotion jis> thus caused loealh who Milled l Oil Citj ab it is called seem to be satisfied that oil exists there in practically unlimited quin tities, but the work of development is rendered almost, .impossible at -present owing to the luqfeioKrarlu u facilities. if-oil ex- ists there the railuatb will sopn come. Lots of Binder Twine There docs not seem to be aiiv likelihood., pfs a shortage of binder twine in this' distric't this fall. There was quite a stock on hand from last season among local dealers, and in addition to this a large quantity of twine WES unloaded here last week. But what the farmers do greatly fear is the possibility o! a car shortage.. They point out that for weeks past the mines in the Pass have been run- ning on short time-because of a lack of cars also to the fact that last year's crop lias not yet all been re- moved from the elevators, and t-hev therefore very naturally conclude thai there are difficulties ahead in the nnttci oi gnm trinspoitition And j following as this season docs, two j 'ears-of light crops, life farin- rs'-ure more than ever anxious to get, their .grain to the market as ai it is to ship that such a bumper crop, is assured, this problem docs assume rather ser- ious proportions. Pleasing Resort A large number 01 our citizens have I MMted lakes Park during the past week or so Thev appear to. he more than ever in love with that ,ul picturesque summer re- sort, and state that more people are summering at the Watcrton Lakes this than on inj prcMous ocei sion. A Cowley correspondent to the Herald. complains that newspapers have Riven Pincher Creek credit for producing the now famous North was in town Friday making arrange ments to "start, the building of the new Union Bank here early next :Thc bank will he two-storey building with living rooms for the staff above the office, ami'should add greatly to the appearance of Main street J. ''M. Windsor ancl T. L. Ferguson; managu ind accountant of tht> Union Bank here, accompanied by Mrs MAUSOLEUM FOR GALT Contract Signed With Toronto Firm For One to Cost Gait, July afternoon Mayor Scott signed a contract with the International Mausoleum Co. of Toronto, whereby the company ac- quires a''perpetual-lease on an acre of 'Mount View Cemetery, Within a month work will be com- menced on the construction of a con- crete, stone and inarblg mausoleum similar 16 that erected Toronto, only about half- the size. The will be CIRCUS' WITH- 1001 WON DERS Free Circus Street Parade a.m. 9 bands, 250 horses, faiZfSSSHS people of all climes in native costumes will be shown in parade. THO shows at 2, night at 8, doors open it 1 7 p.m. Waterproof tents. Admission 25 cents to see it ill MURDERERS STILL AT LARGE Now York, July anticipat- ed breakdown und confession of oiie or moro 'of the men now'under arrest in connection nith the murder of gambler .Herman Rosebih.al, -has ffiil- ed to The real murder CTS ire stllj at large ind District At tornev has been balked so fu in Ins eftorts to show how the actual consniratois were behind the plot to kill Bosenthal. This is the Range I GURNEY OXFORD" Fork polo team, and claims Cowloy; as the home of tins team. As a! matter of fact, the irsmbcrs of the, North Fork polo team belong to the! North Fork district. It is just as in'-1 correct to associate them with either pincher Creek or Cowley, as it would be to say their home is in Spitxliar-. gen. Of course, we regret that we cannot claim them for Pincher Crcekj but they won groat credit for their own district and (lie people of this I own do not wish to rob that ilis- Iricl of its just due in this matter. 'Miss Atkinson, of Ktytinn, is the; guest of lirr sister, Mrs. (Rev.) A. When a range recnmrnended by one woman to another, it has met the final teat, The ttaunchett of the Gurney-Oxford Range are thoie women who have experience with it day in and day out. They know how dependable it is; they know that no other range such constant and unvarying satisfaction, not simply in management and economy, but in cooking The Gumey-Oxford works constantly for owner's peace of mind, and it her efforts to make each meal one of absolute satisfac- tion. Every woman who has had experience with the Gurney Economizer cannot help telling her friends the satisfaction of being able to regulate the fire by turning up or down one small lever. She about the that make and keep the oven always evenly heated, but above all she U enthusiastic about the golden brown the light delicious bread and pastry, the and fowl done to the queen's taste, that her Curacy-Oxford turns out The Gurney-Oxford its popularity to the recommendtion of those for whom it works. C. W. GRAY PHONE 761 LETHBRIDGE ;