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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta AVedutsdav, June 4, JO 13 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY IIKRAL1) aso 3 FOR AMATEURS DEVELOPING 5, PER CIS. ROLL The B. C. Photographic Co. Sherlock BIdg. Take Elevator HOMESTEADERS AND COWBOYS WAITING FOR BOSS TO PATCH UP OIF- FERENCES Monarch Theatre TONIGHT "THE FRONTIER MYSTERY" 101 Elton Feature in two Stupimiaiu Reels 2 SPLENDID COMEDIES 10 15 centt lee Cream Cone Matinee DISTRICT LEST YE FORGET! DIAMOND RING DRAWING AT THE Monarch, theatre TOMORROW NIGHT, 9 p.m.- A beautiful Diamond, rallied at ?50 to be given holder or lucfcy number. 10 cenli 15 tcntt KIXXOXDALK O. Candy, too and suite lo Tcbei- for the summer iliss U. Smith of Reid Hill Is visit Ing friends IQ this Miss Dertba. aud Maude I'aul fron Brooks, spent Saturdaj and Sundaj at home. Many trom this neighborhood at tended .the sports at Wheat Centre on llic 'Jill: and reported a, very good ilme and a large crowd. Mrs. A. Anderburg anil oaby ar visiting at her father's, A, Johnson. Messrs Alexander and Linholm ar breaking for Bruce McKaH Ibei steam plowing oulflt Ed. ColwcH is putting an addltio lo.hle house, K. M. Paul has irjrchased a ce pump aud wicd mill. The crops around here arc tookins apleudld. Tbe gardens arc coming up, and most of the trees set out last spring are cohered with leaves. EN GIN EER ING Chemical CM MecKatucal Eleclric.l ARCHBISHOP FAVORABLE TO D VISION OF DIOCESE WHEN TIME IS RIPE Winnipeg, June Anglican ot Kuperis1 Land opened this morning at Trinity hall a latgi attendance oE delegates from all ovci the province. Ahout 350 delegate; arc present, 125 of Thorn ate clergj Archbishop Matheson's charge to svtiod reviewed thn. position ot ll Mr. Alwood. who homtsieaJhig. To the Iletald %esterday Mr. Aluood stated that tbe cattle had beer, giving them sonic trouble acd that the hon-fsteadere banded together and the cattle close to the Montana lice, but they did not drive them acrc-sp, aud lhai thd cowboys iverc driving more cattle In their cattle in their vicinity. Of course tbe cattle were tfuing some damage because Oio siiuatters have not yet fenced the homesteads. The boys agreed to let the caule go b and they would until Mr. Me Intyre got be-re from the south, am ,is hat he Eaid would go. Mr. Atwood stated that If Ihe gov- ernn-ent not lake -steps to stop the cattle fronr overrunning their crons that they would cut the fence along the boundary line aud let the cattle roam southward. Tbe government shojld inform Mr. Mclntyre that other rishis nr.d the> muet be respected. Tba greater numter of the home- steaders arc not in a position to fence their laud, and because of this the cowbojs ECCLQ to lake advantage of TODAY-TOMORROW The Greatest Feature Ever Produced "LORN A DOONE" SPECIAL STARLAND ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE MATINEE 2.15 to 5.30- DALLAS ROMANS "THAT TEXAS GIRL- IN LATEST SONGS Jhurm Only One "Broffio Quinine'9 Thai Is Laxative Bromo Quinine IMCD THE WORLD OVER TO A OOLD lit ONE DAY. Always remember the lull name. l.ooV for Ibis signature ou every loi. decided that HolllngtGTeen and Lono Star order a carload of CUTWORMS BUSY AT T PICTURE BUTTE them. The Indians are beginning to come to tonn, as IB tbeir custom year during beet thinning, and later in the fell tthea pulling season ii on. Jhe beet Industry furntehes work for several hundred Indians every year aod this totals up to several hundreds of 'dollars. The Indians are not the best workers, but their stamp or work la a fafr average. The Raymond fanner.1; have sub- scribed the amount of stock required by the government to bullrt an elevat- or and aie now ready to organize and begin v.ork on the'elevator so that wo can handle the crop this year. Rouse ar.d Smilb have brought in three more cars of cattle to piace out their lease from the Standard Securities of Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson McCarty are visiting In, Kayrnond for a short lime. Mr. McCarty has been studying law at Columbia Ur.herElty, Y. Ed., Fulmer just returned from a mission In England, where ha haA been laboring for the past two years. Mrs. McMullln, who baa been visiting her parents :n Idaho, relumed home on Saturday. Miss Mae Fultntr has gone lo Taber She Is visiting her sister, W. Bullock. June excursionists to Ufah and tbe south include M. Y. BrltnhaH of Brim- hall Bros. Machinery Co.; Lee Brew- trton, the Hub Co, who Is taking his lacntton. B. S. Young, ex-local .editor, has MORRIS THEATRE i "THE LAST RUN OF THE OLD SANTA FE COACH" A Strong Western Urania. "THE OLD FOLKS' XMAS" An Interesting Drama. "THE BASHFUL BOY" 1 A Sure Cure for ihe BIuus. PRICES: 10c and 15 cents. VISIT THE WORTH WHILE DESPITE TITANIC LOSS Tfaw York, Juno of the ieavy. lots sustained by the Interna- tional Mercantile Marine Co, hy the einklng of the" Tiullc a year' last April, the gross learnings of the company for tho ycaL ending Decem- ber 31, 1912, irero or more than in 191J. Picture Butte, June ThD cutworm has committed terrific ravages in this district during the past week. Mr. Magredy has tost bis homestead com- pletely. Tho old MOBS farm hes al- most gone, A gocdl} porllon of .Mr. HelgheR' and Mr. farms have been de'troyed. About a third, of the old Harry Brady place hp.3 gone also, One or two unfortunates have utre- worms as well. Verily the homestead- er has a tough time. Apart ftoai the peal-ridden fields h.ive some fine fields of grain in this district, notably our genial post- master, Mr. Norman, and T. Kane. There has been on one or two fields not infested a species ol beetle (favouring and dragging cut- worms abouL We hope the Dominion gone to Utah.- -Mr. Young has several propositions offered bim and he may nut return. Mrs. U P. McMillan and her two daughters, T Ott and Mrs.1 E. ilESon. arc going to Heber, Utah. Mrs. E. S. Foulson, Mrs. Ray Knight apd Mrs. George O. Nyc and children are going to Ogdcn, Utah. "Lornm Doorte" Wilt Bt Shown Today The long-lookeu-for five-reel presen- tation of "Lorna the famous book by R, D. Hlackmore, will be at Siarland today ar.d tomor- row. This feature nas teen exten- sively advertised by Surland, ar.d as- surdiy comes well up to the made regarding" it, that it is th" great- est of all Tlritish pictures eier made, Each of tbe five reela are perfect in tvery detail, the action and plot, are admirably worked out, the glorious natural scenery-of" old Devon and Ex- moor serving as-the background for life portrayal by the splendid cast of players; Starlahd will doubtless be crowded to Its-utmost capacity both today and tomorrow, and patrons of this ever popular theatre may assured of the fact that they ivill ne.'s positively the very best feature ever secured by any theatre. In the city. Owing to the expense in secur- ing "Lorna the prices for the evening performances only, will be 25 cents Tor adults, and 15 cents for child re D. The matinee prices will re- main as usual. The special Siarland concert or- chestra, will be in attendance, and MlEs Hotnans will also be heard in an entirely new act. Freckles Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re move Them with ihe Olhlnc Preicrlption This for tie icmoval of freckles was wrSUon by a prominent physician and is usually so removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that It is sold by J. D. Higlnbotham Co., un- der an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it falls. Don't hide your freckles under a veil; get an ounce ot oculne and re- mole, then. Even the first ap- plications should snow a wonderful the .lighter improvement, some of freckles entirely. Be sure lo ask tha drugsiit for ihe double strength othine; It is this that Is sold on the money-back guarantee. MAJESTIC THEATRE FRl. SAT. JUNE 6 7 SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3 P. M. ALLAHOT WOOLFOLK Inc., PRESENTS TIME "flu PLACE The GIRL WITH entomologists l find lime ID Inves- tigate this beetle frttr.d with a vfow to propagating same for distribution to the Inflicted far mem. Wo understand thai Mr, Peterson ftlll deliver bis final sermon nest Sun- day overling at Battersea school- house. J. J. TIGHE BOUGHT WELL- KNOWN FARM NEAR BAR- ESTATE ACTIVE Think How IxJng You've Treated That Pet Corn How many tEmu you'va pared it. Hoiv raaoy- treatments have you tried to ect Yet that corn crtn be ended jn two days. U can be tafccn out entirely, with no sore- ness, pa in or trouble. whit--Jay pt.tstcrs do that. TKcy nre tflVing Out a million corns month, Alt pain slops when apply a Blue-jay. Von forget the coru. In 48 hours talcc oft the JJlue-jay, the corn come1! nut. Don't use ancient treatments, for their d.iy is (tone. Find out how Bine-jay acts. After thai, simply hiigTi nt One package will coiivinccyorj. Blue-jay Corn Plasters SoU br Dnffhlt (nil 25c per fc'Jrecie Mille'I Flee. Also Blue-Jay EUuIco llasEerl. New Voile, Mtker't of Smptfi Barons, June K. Warnock has Just completeil the. snlo of bis 160- acrc fftrra adjoining Harons oit Ihe oa-it lo J. J. Tl'ghe at per acre, which speaks very well for Iho BaVons dislricl. Tho (leal was tor practically all cash. has chased a hardware business in Bar- ons and fs moving In to take charge oT this nolle Mr. Tigtie is Inking DOS session of the farm at once. Both deals put through by tac real estate firm cf Grant, Moir fc Co. Land sales .are again becoming quite active, a numher of farms hav- ing changjrt hanils fn Iho last fen- days al gcorf prices. i. MIOjEli WILL Gtl Calgary, Juno Conscr have announced their Intention of not opposing Hon. C. H. MltchOI In the election In 13ou Valley, and Mr. Mitchell get thb sent by acdarna- t'on TbiiTRday which la nomination day, Mr. Mitchell, who la nUnfrtcr of public works and acting- premier of the was dtrealct! In the recent election nt Medicine Hat by a narrow majority, and George Lino VHcaleil the seat in Bow Valley to make room for bim, Capital Musical Comedy at Majestic Local theatre-goers will welcome the announcement thai Mort Singfr', production of the French vaudevllli revue, "Tbe Time, Place and th. will pay a lo this city ou Friday and at the Majestl Theatre.' It is a. pleasure to- learn that Mr. Thomas Whiffen'and Mis: Jessie Houston will bo seen in thci: favorite roles, supported' by an ex cellent company of talented artists w'ao "will make this production on' of Ibe best musical comedy shovis t (Jail this city. While this version of the show is condensed one, still the evcr-welcom pong'numbers have been retained, in-j eluding "Thursday IB my Jonah "Don't You "Blow the Smoke and many others. The scenery, costumes and effects deserve special, attention, as ei ery- llilnff Is bright and new and dazzling i Its brilliancy, a whole car being etiuired lo carry Uie production. "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" 133 reduced tbe price admission, hereby enabling every one an oppor- unity to see the big glrly musical pro- uctloh. Special matinee on Saturday at 3 pra.; prices, 10 and 2o cents. Even- ng prices, 25, 3i, 50 and 76 cents. One lerformance nightly at Get our seats early at Mason Rlsch's store. t Great Feature at Monarch Tonight One of the greatest pictures >et ihown In Lethbrldgc will be presented it the Monarch tonight, "The Fron- tier In two great reels. This feature Is Indian and military in char- actfr, and Is a thriller throughout Jessie Huston AND Thos. Whiff en ou SINGING AND DANCING COMEDIANS, MOSTLY PRETTY GIRLS Cirload of Scenery and Electrical Effects One Performance tt p. m, Matinee Prices 10c and 25c. Evening: 25c, 50c, and 75c. EeaU on Sdle at Mason RUch Piano Store El I MISS EMPRESS THEATRE When I Say "FORCE' 1 Mean "FORCE" "Just because this stuff, is flawed and toasted doesn't make it FORCE." Force is wheat and when I eat nothing but cereal for breakfast, that cereal must be wheat. And it has to be good to tempt my morning appe- tite. So 1 want Force." You just try it our chance la as good as the nc-tt one. Diamond Ring Drawing at Monarch Theatre Tomorrow Just a uord about Ihe Rrantl drarc- Rcheduled to take place at the Monarch Theatre tomorrow at 0 p.m. A ring of value lias been secur- ed from Mr. II. A. Wright. Two comedies will complete a bill that all i should maku it a point to SEC. At the Empress Tbe mid-ueefc programme Is again of a most excellent character. The two fisclnating contracts maile here. To a local cof- fee firm the mammoth order of 1000 pounds of coffee was given. From an equally grocery house worth of groceries nas contracted. Two hundred and fifty pairs of shoes were added lo the commissary wagon, three carcasses cf bcof came from a local b'JtchtT, as wet! as pounds of animal meal. An order of alone v, ent to one butcher. Several hundred of bread feed the hungry maws of the circus people daily, and these, too, come trom local bakers. Sfitenty-fne tiuarls of milk1 from the dairies. Eight tons of hay, one hundred and fifteen bufhcli of oalp, tivo ions of straw, and n host of other nccespariea were purchased arc "The Governor's )lo tn the city. All tolJ, nearly and "Saved from Iho Grip of! will be left here as a result of (he fld- Alcohol" These aro dnly just new tke Yankee Kobicson Shows. ulght hundred dollars per day In rail- road fares Is paid by the circus peo- ple. One- of the business men in con- nection with the show Is Peler Iloss, Hie. only registered Bteward in "the circ'.is business, who has charge o! the feeding of the multitude as we! as the purchasing for the hundreds 01 hungry mouths. The- date fcv (he big and It Should be carefully noted, as thfg the only big ono coming Hils year, is Wednesday, June II, at Lslhbrfdge. pictures, and arc of great and ab- sorbing interest, and will appeal to There arc three mou excellent, laughable comedies, Un- der "A Texas ami "The Truant that cannot fail lo cause immense merriment. Irene Allen, "the. girl behind again appear In Ihe Bathe's Weekly, ns usual, Is of the beat, and .dcpIcU nil the latest greif happenings At home and abroad, A fall down cleiator shaft a Denver, hospital, may result In tbe death of Mtss Ida Carlllle, aged Let Us Hammer Into Your Head Iho (act tliat we havo Ihe two cheapest fnslfle residential lots In this cily. They are situsfcl near Ho ..Mounted Polk'C Uar- raclts, Just on car lino. Our price for a fcjr rfays Ss Terms HOUSES TO RENT'. The Dowsjey'- Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bulldlns, Phono 544 ;