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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LKTIIBR1DGE DAILY 1IBKAL1) Paprc 3 THE K 'OMORROW AND THURSDAY EST ALL-BRITISH PICTURE EVER MADE NA DOONE' .s thus made jn IN FIVE IMMENSE REELS flil' lhe cost 0? this ae 10 tho following scale of prices. UMU. AdultsISc; Children 10c. Adults 25c; Children 15c. t clM fOXCKRT CWCI1K3THA IN j ATTENDANCE 10 II'OH hO "Held for Ransom" (In Two Parts) A Real Dramatic Treat A LIFE IN THE BALANCE HOSTS, SCTMTIH, Yells, It's Sou o Uve Comedy. CUPID THROWS A BRICK A Suel! Comedy Drama. Dallas Romans, in Latest Song Successes shall stt SLOPING 5 cts. FOR AMATEURS PER ROLL B. C. Photographic Co. Bldg, Take Elevator CELEBRATE 1. MAGNIFICENT PROGRAM At the Empress Theatre I'lMTlf great Feature in Two Reels. Produced i ilIj 1 lhe fjrst lime jn any photo playhoust ANU THE yoijLOtvi.vis HL'.NCH OF LATGHS PLUCKY BILL PAT MOVES In DIPLOMATIC CIRCLES OH! YOU SUFFRAGETTE. A CURE FOR LAZiNESS ALSO MISS IRENE ALLEN In latest song hiis of the day. Council Decides That it Does not Give the Best Results Other Business Agitation for International Co- Operation in Much Needed Work is Growing From remarks passed at the meet- ing of tbe city council yesterday if- temoon H was gathered that lae pres- street railway scfatdule is no'. altogether satisfactory. Major Mar- die sod one or two other members of the council believe it is not ED ar- ranged to give the bes; Eunice and a general overhauling of the tinit and routes may be looked for Su future. The matter came up in a di as to the advisability or reKourg ihe FLATS I reston. U: C., '2 -The Koot- eniy Late is, risn.g at the rate ot 3 inches to lj indies per and tUe fatmeis on tLc Koolenajr Flats becoming alarmed. Three hai e btrn o'ut here last week, and mote danger. There is more in the moun- tains for this lime of the jear luan any tune sititc "9i11, and the weath- er is favorable Tor verj liigh water. At the present time the water is CONGRESSMEN WHO ARE FIGHTING THE TARIFF BILL June Captftin ot -the Hoyal. Afoubte'd Police In transferred lo Cal- gsry few days Edmonton will A police regime has been marked throughout by mark- ed executive ability and efficiency and conformity' the high Ideals of citlzenshSp, Those come into contact with the-official szy that Captain "ft'orsley combines 'his gifts a wide ftnovladge of .men and a rare faculty of summing up a situation had. made him. a tower of fctrenglh. -in hla magtateiial office. add, Is to be congratu- lated upon her gain, though in that city Cup tain Worsley. will probably confine his attention to his official the Mounted Police, of which be IB a Btnlor inspector. Tbc'outstanding ftmures of Captain Worfilcy'a career are: Superintending native artillery In India, fur trading in the Peace river -an officer oi the mounted Big Program of Spoils Arranged for and! here Will be Speeches A ltd ratio, June monster cele- aironged lor here on Dominion Hay. Elaborate prepara- tions arc being made to furnish the In ilic of entertainment. The com n; It tees will sec that there Kill be abundance of refreshments H-ned at the looths. Come early as the lire's ram is full. And stay to the Wit it) I lift A. 'Hucu.i nail wilt attend celebration here on Jjominion Uay. The siwusmen in 3-10 organ- ized a baseball club under the man- agement of Dae Boyle. Dan thinks that the bunco arc able to trim any (onnshiji in (he south country." Aiid ho is ready to arrange games with is csrlain that K continue to present siding on Slh arenue BC-jth. I higher than am since 9f, and and placing It on the red line in eeii 13th street and Hcrmieison Park, thus gMng two sidings on that, portion" of the line to for operation of more on bufy This was recommended b> Ham- ilton, who wishes to prepare lo hand- le the heavy traffic during ihe fair. rise lor at least 20, Uajs lhe Goat Huer llailroad bridge lias been in ior the past week, but diligent action has. prevented the structure string up to the time, howetcr, the watchman reports Cloat Hivcr 1 inches higher ThiB jWr during fair" the in im" will be no C. P. n. train to lhe grounds minent ar.d i-asEengcrs will therefore be en- TIie tirely ou the Eircet rail- police, acting city magistrate in Ed- monton. He was educated fit King-. Eton military college- and served bilious fans. nu officer in the RoyafArtUlory for ft I XVe hear numbers bpeakitig of at- ycara. nine years toeing spent in In-1, the- picnic at Buffalo Head on dta, there ho had charge oE the I June'-Ist. native artillery for five years and was' A Institute meeting -was also stiparintendent of the at thc Hraaioy-Gerhlo school deportment. Captain Woralcy Iiasitouse- Masses Sievtns and Yeomans travelled practically all over India, .'addressed t'nc though his duties lay in .the ihe_province of Hyder'abad, and Ihoj Nizam's dominions. On reluming to' Canada Captain traded for some lime in ihe Peace river coun-j try, after which he joined the mount-1 ed police at Rcglna, being subsequent- ly transferred lo Calgary whtmce he came to Edmonton "eight years' ago. He will be succeeded here by Super- intendent Wroughion of Athabasca finding. BELL WAS ACQUITTED Saskatoon, June K. Bell, the former Canadian Pacific Railway hraKeman, nho -was being (ried art the Supreme Court ou a charge of robbing- tho mails of A postal pack- age en route from ihe T. Eaton Co, Winnipeg, to Andrew Pearson, Water- town, 7-as fO'jnd. not gulUj in n scal- ed terdict, and was dismissed by Judge Nev.-lands at the opening of court ihls morning. A. MacMiiian is now" through with his duties as assessor. Sip.nley Bovle reports that he return lo his home on Juno 16, Xo ivatcli for baseball. ATthur Telzlaff, manager of the 3-11 baseball cVjb, lisited -os in the interests o[ that sport. Mr. Staples has obtained the con tract for building the Wild Horse school. The school will be ready fo: teaching about July 15 fias begun on the building in tho Charles school district. John' Bakkau has been appointed a commissioner for taking affidavits. .Mr. and Robert Bonvue hare taken up residence on their home- stead. Allorado.iviU lhe bcsi. school in the vicinity and teaching may be- gin by August 1st. liigli water lias Morris Theatre brought the- reclamation of tnc Kool- wav system. It Is siiKtned ihat a Vhc, ?'c ckedule be arranged so that 6verv ll ls thc tnKcd sr of lhe ten on the Wnke ftl11 co ?p.crale nake trips lo the grounds .tilc BOwrBnwnl in re- H. Smith's sawmill at Centre Blisaviile, N. B, destroyed by fire causing a loss of Insured for CANADIAN SUFFRAGETTE LEAVES FOR INTERNATIONA I, CONFERENCE heir passengers, from parts oi the cltj, and running direct to the parJf. The chairman of tbe street rail- way committee aHo re com me-Tided ,bat a loading fence erected at he entrance to the fair At present during heavy traffic much ia lost loading and unloading lhe care. The fence overcome this. The total of the proposed mprotements is estimated at (509. Yesterday's meeting was a regular houseeleanios of rojtLne matters which had piled up, making way for the tnore important business of strik- ing the tax rate at the ead of the week, A motion to provide a fund of 3550 in aid of the 23th Battery animal camp lost II. Young, Afiqulln'aud DoTrr.ef wrote asX- ing that tho council provide the aid this always been forthcoming from the Board of Trade In pasl yeara. The fanO Is to provide a special fund oi some fifteen cents a day for each man of the Battery while in camp, to augment the stipend from the department of militia. Major Hardle, Tho moved tho motion, 'was the onlj councillor to support the motion. Secretary-Treasurer IlobinEon was granted a two moatas' leave ah- _sencc from July J- There was a long discussion over a reciiwu from Chief of PoHce 'or ?76 toward paying ths expanses :o attend the annual contention of police chiefs at Halifax tbta summer. The proiroaal was finally voted down, Aid. McNabb ghing the ficclding vol. against tbe motion, giving as hi reason for dofag so that (he city should pare possible cxp The vorfcs and property committee reported on several matters. It re commended that the city call for tenders immediately for tbe con strucLlon of ivaler and seuer to the Inlenulional Harvester Co. building anfl the new Terrill greenhouses in Xonh Lethbridge- It also recom mended that the paving lant-s cnay i.andlng, B. C.. to lionner's Kerry, Idaho, and about 923000 acres, acifs on tli2 Am- erican side, and acres on the siilf. Reclaimed, th's would be one of the of. land in tic west, as it is practically clear and the very best 3eep vegetable mould soil. Tl.e surveying and sound- ings been completed for some time and the cost of lhe project not exceed The Honuer's Ferry people arc co-! operating with the Crcston people, and to bring tbe two in elossr touch with each other. To help this feeling, the.Empire Day celebration was made an International day, the business houses in Uonncr's Ferry closing, and over hundred and seventy-five Ferry it ts accomrianir d by brass band, journeyed to Creslo.i. The citicmcly friendly Iceling ca- sting ILe towns, was rought ou'vhea 3ir. Van ilemcrt in short address oi welcome at the lercantile- Hail drew out rounds of pplaijsc at mention of Inlrr- ational s'pirit- L'reston will recipro- "The Prince of Tonight" at Majettlc As a "The Prince of TonSghi" presented a very attract- Ive appearar.ce. and the selieioe of and coloring added much to the gpncrai effect. This was particularly uolicrable in the Sast scene with, Us gorgeo'iiiy set dinner table. The musical numbers in liue is usually expected from of this nature1, and some of the tunes ueie takinff, such as "I Wonder Who's Kiting Her The pro gress of ll.5 piece ft as market! much arilmation, and tbe male in ihe chorus viere average. As in tlie Tom Ar- nold as befitted the pail, the g Fpirit, and his repreJentatlon of the Prince tvas all that coald be desired. Miss Bett> Caldvell much favor from tfae audience, and exhibit- ed much vlvacliy In her Eitiging and dancing. Mtts Gudrun Walberg also took her part Frank tiarfb, as Daniel Stuart, with a particular pen- chant fo: destroying hals, contributed! a good deal of fun. 1 The play was, as describrd, a phan- tasy, and there much merit in many of tlic individual performances. Thai musical comedy of the kind furnished by "The Prince of Tonight" is very popular in manifested by a crowded house, and (t shows that lUeatre-goers here tiavo not been disappointed Tilth the class of attractions the particular klnJ hithctto presented at the Majestic. To-night A Frontier Mystery Tiat reel Bteon 10) Repeated again tonight WILLIE WANTS TO CURE HIS FATHER An Amusing Comedy A DEAD TOWN This Is a gocd 11. THE ANIMATED WEEKLY ritlCES: ..10c. and 15c GRAND DIAMOND R1NO DRAWING Monarch Theatre THURSDAY JUNE 5th 9 p.m. By eppcia! arrangeaient with Mr. R. A. Wright, a ocaullful Diamond will be glsen away. valued at which to Mrs. Flora McD, Denlion, the Toronto suffragette leader (In the centre with the flowers) being given a tend off by In Toronto on her daparture for Budapest, where the suffragettes of the worfd meettnj. Delicious, Wholesome and Digestible The ICE CREAM'.rich, smooth and wholesome. Pure country cream and natural fruit flavoring. This is why our ICE CREAM is so popular. THE FLORENTINE tho Fcrest City Co., be post poned if possible. With other minor recommendations the report was adopted. Motor boats will be allowed on Hen derEOU Park la'xe. Jos. Glllespie wrote QiKfng for pcrmfEsfon to place a motor boat on the there, atal ing inat (I would ba in casi of cmerger.cicB. ThD request wai granted, the council stipulating tha the boat shall br in charge of a com pctent olficlal, and that the 3ptc shall not be more than six miles an The Itoard of Trade asked that Ih council assume .the liability TV- stands against the board for janlto nork in connection with the Boar of Trade building. Thcro was a Ion; discussion oter this and the matte was finally laid on the table. City Kngineer Blanchard reporte on Ms Interview with C. P. R. lals at Calgary In respect to the sub stating that all dlCficuUlea rcla to the signing o( lhe aFrccraeut had been removed, Tho matter was tabled unlit after tfao vote on tho auto-ay bylaw on June 9. ate by the Fourth o! July clchration at itonncr's Kerry in 10 fly. H is stated on good authority that will be commenced on the pro- cct before fail. 'Lorna Doone" At Slarland Tomorrow The biggest photoplay event in years will bo lhe exhibition at Star- land, on tomorrow and Thursday, magnificent five-reel Interpreta- tion of "Lorna JJoone." The showing of this feature here ulll mark an epoch H) the histcry of Starland, for unquestionably represents tho crowning triumph of the art of mo- lion pictures. There has never bo- fore been ft production attempted on such a scale of magnificence, or pro duceil nith such a v.ealth of detail in regard to costumes, sceneo'i por- trayal, cast, etc., as this all-star, all British representation of Blfcckmore's famous novel of Boone Monarch Theatre Special Attraction "THE MYSTERY OF THE FRONTIER" !n Two Keels by the 101 Btson Company Excellent 10 cents 15 centt tee Cone Matinee Sat- London, June Mrs. Flora Dnimincmil, one oJ the militant suffragoltc leaJort. imdervvcnl a au cefsful operation She taken ill during the police court pro- ceedings agtinst ihe sultragettc lead- ers eirly in May. ,v second and more .erlous operallon Is to be performed as soon 'as the "General" IB nell enough to endure It It Is thought that her trial will be Indefinitely postponed. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS DURING MAY The ftcalher otservations lor the month of May. as taken V E. E. Eis- ennauer; were as follows; Number of cloudy days. II. Total prcc'uittatiQii for tnonlb, 3.70 Highest temperature recorded, S3 3 degrees. Lou-cat lemperature recorded, 132 Mean temperature for month, 48-45 ot brjght sunshine, degrees. Total hours 2448 Largest amo-jnt oi bright sjnsblne In_onc day, M.S hours. Average amount of brijfbt sunshine pej day for Jlay, 7.9 hours. Total amount of precipitation from i January 1, 1913, to 31, IDI3, 3.74 .inches. Average amount of precipitation for Earac period during the pant twelve 5.77 Inches, SHARPERS COT AWAY, WITH Toronto, June cashing coun- terfeit tickets on Horron, the winner of the Toronto Cup race at the Wood- bine on Saturday _ afternoon, a gang of sharpers stole 'nearly from the Ontario Jockey Club. The frftirf srifl dtecovorad by the cashier in' one of the booths the winning tickets were pafd, who noticed that an unusual of tho winning tickets were betas cashed. CURE NERVOUS HEADACHE If Tovr detler cannot 1. 1, Mklhlca Co, P. Q., ionif KxrtfBld ou At the Morris So realistic was the production of that big Uipon lOl feature, "A Frontier last night, that the audience applauded many of the scene? throughout Ibc entire picture. Manager Morris has decided to run H again tonight. EO Uiat everyone may a chance to sec it. Two cracking goatf comedies, "Wil- lie Wants to Cure His and 'A Dend sure lo please aH who ilslt the Morris tonight. A'pplendld animated weekly will al- so be shoun, giving the current ev- ents all over the world. Watch' for the date when the great- est fctak of nature the has ever knoun will he exhibited at the Morris. A calf with two heads, legs, and two tails. Extra Attraction at_ tht Monarch TO. morrow At the ever-popular Monarch tomor- row night an attraction of extraordin- ary interest will he offered: "The Mjstcry the by the world-famous tOV Bison Co. This tea- ttrro is even above the average of the usual 101 production, and lo certainly a gripping fealuro from start to finish. splendid comedies will Tje offered, making A well balanced programme of excellence. Prices nilt remain the same, 10 cents and 15 cents. I At the Emprets Irene Alkn raade her first ap- pearance In Canada before the bridge pjblic last evening, and it way st'cnco Vp Ihat she Immediately sang- henelf Into favor by her render- ing of "You Great Big Blue-Eyed and ihe large audience evinced Us pleasure in a moat convincing manner. Miss AUen possesses beautiful and knons how to use It, and It Is lo prophesy tbat she become a prime favorite with o'-ir patrons. A3 the original "Olrl Be- hind the Mask." Mks Allen win ap- pear until Friday ererlng. when the mask will be removed, and all specula- tion find guess a 3 as to her appear ancc will oo set at rost, and wo vcn lure to aay the people of Lelhbrldge will ba pUased they see the lady without the mask, Tho fitnise of a great critic's power through the press, ami the way his downfall Is accomplished hynifiatvs of a (rick played by an actress Is most depicted. in the sveat two-reel drama "The wbfch for timu Some are uorn great and others have grratncss triruet upon them. This is the fate ot Pal in "Pal .Motes In Diplomatic He is mistak- en for a great man, and his efforts lo aioJd the ever present presbnaeii arc most amusing and provoked grtat laughter. "Plucky Bill" ia another great larighmafcer, and altogether the iirc- grammc Is a moal enjoyable one, and j'idging by appearances the largo' audience were mightily pleased. Grand Diamond Ring Drawing at tha Monarch Theatre Thursday Night An opportunity Is afforded the cltl-1 zens of Irfthbrtdge on Tlnrrsddy night next to securo a beautiful diamond ring free of charge. Toe. manage- ment of the Monarch have- made ar- rangements wlih Mr. H. A. Wright to secure a diamond to present to the lucky person on this occasion, The drawing will be conducted al 3 p.m., and a large crowd Is anticipat- ed Prices the same: 10 cent? and 15 cents. Thomas X. Sergeant died at' St. John, N. B. He was a prominent con- tractor In tbe old ship-building days in that city. Let Us Hammer Into Your Head tbo fact that we have the Insldo residential Iocs fh this city. They near tho Mounted 1'ollce Bar- racks, and jUBl off: car line. Our price for a few days'is Terms HOUSES TO RENT Tiw Dowsley: Milkera Land Co. Building, Phone M4 ;