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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LTmrsday, June 3. THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Today FINAL SHOWINGS OF THE REMARKABLE FEATURE "LORNA DOONE" THIS IS POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THIS TRULY MORRIS THEATRE 1T1 TONIOHT TONIC TONIGHT EXTRA ADDED WONDER OF THE AGE KCaifwitti Two Heads, Six lep and Two Tails Will ke Exhlkitei on the Stage. No Extra for Adminion. PROGRAM THE CITY BOARDER THE LONG STRIKE A StnMtlonal Two-Reel Feature STORY OF A KISS An Excellent Comedy Drirn a A Good Rollicking Comedy Prices lOc 15c TONIOHT GRAND DIAMOND RING DRAWING 101 Feature 101 "THE FRONTIER MYSTERY" In Two Glorious Reels 3 OTHER FEATURES. 10 cents 15 cents Coupons are Good Tonight ALL AMENDMENTC IS DEM W KDD1SS SEEM MUCH FOR THE BOATS- MEN DROWN nere wrecked, two oC the men being diowuotl. The names of ihcst men arc not Unown, but full paiticulars are. on iho way up Ihn and nlll be sen! later. One of Ihe is believ- ed to lie Joe McNeil. The bodies of Kennedy and Ms corn- fin Dions hare not been recovered TOOJThere are so man> eddies in the can- tiiat ihere ls-little possibility of cbanre cf recover ing them. N'o parsou the accident. The party went thro'Jsh alone. Paris of Edmontoo. June parilc- wlars of the droning In Fraser Kher on iSaturday of men. tn- cludlnj: Kennedy. J. Dlcksoa and the v.ere seen iu an edds1 below. Roih rartles aro suppos- ed to be among the best river men on ihe Kraser. H is said the ment will not allow any ruore scows Government Gifts to Railway Endorsed No Regulation of the Freight.Rates la lt hacds of K. C. faiupbi-ll and C 0 Grolf. Outside speakers, including w A njchanan. Ml', ar.d Dr. M.P.P., will be Invited. Will Be Big Indujlry That the ne-A trick ir.aaufactums plant, n'hlch is to be insulted b; the Canada West Coal Co. ihis summer. [s liable To develop into ao Industry .a-hich will outshadow eicn the com- Taber, June industrial tar., big coal producing plant. is> the lisa on which lias la'jnchrO. .statement or Manaeer Howard, of the lr. Campbell, new Publicity Man Receives Fine Start Celebrate Dominion Day MAJESTIC THEATRE FRl. SAT. JUNE 6 7 SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3 P. K. ALLAROT WOOLFOUK Inc., PRESENTS TiieT1ME PLACE llie GIRL Ot amy to e. good start on Monday when it i business tr.pn's uucbeoa. attended by sitly b-isi- CBS ojeo, the iadui'.rla] loner. F. C. Campbell, iras ialroJuc- d. Mr. Campbell comes Sfcaltle, nd promise of being just the man that Taber coeds to brlnj beTore the corporations and in- company. has announced thai fur ther lesU of the clay made, shoiv that it is admirably adapted tor the manufacture ot all manner of clay pro- ducts. He intimated Ihe company's desire to deielop Ibis Ir.dmlry to tbe fullest limit. The outlook for Ihe nevi brick plant Is so bright that the company is making arianseincnls to lustvial men as an Ideal location for ir.sUl a larger plant than uas orig actorits. The speakers at the luncheon dilat- ed on Tabtr's natural resources, at-d said thit the campaign should centre on getting industries natiic' to the conditions here. Mr. Campbell is now actively engaged In placing Taker's advantages before several concerns, TTho have'shown a disposition to the town's inducements conslfleratioo. To Celebrate July 1 Committees were appointee) at the men's luncheon on Monday nlgbt. to arrange (cr the propose celebration in fonu ca Dominion Day, at which large numbers of outside people are expected. Among the tea- WITH Jessie Huston AND nalty proposed. New Electric Plant Machinery tor the new electric tigh pjar.t is now on the- road, and tin io'jnditlon for the sjstcrr. !s beiui aid ilils The outsiile sjiten :s about completed, so that the com rany wilt be ready to turn on th juice shortly. H is proposed to turn on the current for the first time on Dominion Day, and to celebrate with a illumination. H is the inten- tion of the loan to Icttal cluster lights on the bujlness ttreels. Fine Rain Taber ami district enjoyed a splen- inujjit: aic did rain on Monday night, which con- tureB will he a bfg llluioinaticn from iEiderably helped tho growinc crops, the new -lighting system, anirarmers are enthusiastic ovev condi- auto parade, with school children, elections, and Bay tl.at things have never William Radcliffe U chairman, and been so favorable. Thos. Whiff en SINGING AND DANCING COMEDIANS, MOSTLY PRETTY GIRLS Carload of Scenery and Electrical Effects One Performance at p. m. Matinee Prices lOc and 25c. Evcninn: 25c, 35c, 5Dc, and 75e. Seals on Sale al Mason Ilisch Piano Store of Edmonton, F. J. St. Jonn, ho In charge of Ihe party, sajE t elghl men (vere through e when was bioHen ttro. Four to store, but the heiB Trent down. Tbe acddent has caused contract-- considerable anxiety, as pre-lution has lalsen In making Ihe coT.3 and only eelected men aie haen placed In charge. A report RB been received from Mile 172 B.C., hlch slates that four men went down 1 canyoa last Friday on a raft, run the canyon until inspected and cargo lightened. MEN TO MEET Edmonton, June The. 1913 convention of tho Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Press aasoc ation will be held la ihls city on September 11 and 1C. The convention, promises to be onev of the largest hi tbe history of the association, some 125 newspaper editors, ivith their being eipected. First Principles A kitchen range wa5 originally thought of for cooking purposes. The fuel was placed in the fire pot lighted. Drafts were turned on and the fire burned up. Drafts were checked as soon as the fire was well under way. From the time the first kitchen range was until the Gurney Economizer was invented tremendous amount of heat was wasted, and absolutely wasted. This heat should be retained 1 inlhest'jTe forthepurposcforwhichit was created with, Thi Gurney range absolutely retains the heat with the minimum amount of waste. The Economizer enables you to produce in a few minutes an extreme or moderate heat in the oren whenerer and as often as you desire it. What thit means every woman knows. You are not fair to yourself or your purse if you do not inrestigate the Economizer in buying a new range. At'the same tii-ie you will appreciate the excep- tional value of thevoir.-'j. exclusive features of the Divided Flue, the Special Grate and the Broiler attachment. The Gurney-Oxford is well able to speak for itself. C. W. GRAY 310-5lli St. S, Phone 761 Ottar.r., June much tituc was taken up by parliament in dis- ussing the C.N'.H. G. T-I1. loan and the subsidies to tbe ____Naming .ir.d Northern Ontario railway thai all hope of prorogation joint; reached on Thursday was aban- doned this evening. It is now ex- pected thai it will be Friday before Lhc l.o'-se rises (or tbe parliamentary recess. Nevertheless probably fifty per cent of the members leave for their homes .Thursday night, but !5 there ill remain considerably over quorum to complete the business of the session. The most pronounced fight on Wed- nesday was over the C.N'.R. subsid- ies, the opposition moving several amendments both '.n committee and on third reading viLen divi- sions were taken. feature of tbe debate was a chal- lenge of the ruling of Speaker Sproulc by German, whose amendment calling lor tbe substitution oi a loan or the subsidies was declared out of order by the speaker. Ttie ruhr.g WM sustained. Subse- quently the third reading of the bill as passed on a dh islon ol 82 to 35, a government majority of 47, Mr. Lapointe, Liberal, of Montreal, Tot- ing uitli the government. Hon. Krani- Oliver and Bu- chanan also offered amendments to the G.T.I', loan bill in committee. }lr. Oliver's amendment was the as he moved in connection with the U-N'-U. bill, ft was baser! on a resolution passed by the ol trade, calling for equal- ization of rates between the east ant! west. Mr. Buchanan's amendment de- lared in favor ol the insertion ol lausc providing that rales in Vest- em Canada should not be greater han in the cast and vrcst rates he V. S. There was no division on he third reading of the G.T.J1. bill Sir Lnucicr and his follow is opposed the subsidy lo ihe T. C. 0. railroad on the score that aid ;uen {o tho Ontario government constitute dTScrimmation against other provinces. They claim- ed that at least the government should msibl on tlip T. X. 0. be- ug brought under the railway board. J'remicr Bordcn, Hon. Frank Coch- raue and Hon. T. While contend- ed that a province undertaking the of a railway, should be lust the same- as a private company. The subsidy should-havct been given before, they sairl. The parcels post hill authorizing Hon. L. P, Pellctier to establish n parcels post system throughout the Dominion, which was discussed at the motning sitting, was put through committee stage and en a third reading. Tt now stands rcaily for royal assent. Many of (he details of ths scheme yet to be worked out- The house rose at 1.30 a m. Pro- rogation is definitely fixed for Fri- day probably after a morning se.i- EMPRESS THEATRE THE GOVERNOR'S ROMANCE SAVED FROM THE GRIP OF ALCOHOL Two Great and Fasoinating Dramas PATHE'S WEEKLY Showing the World's Latest Happenings AND THREE SPLENDID COMEDIES MISS IRENE GIRL BEHIND THE MASK rtEMKMIlER NO CHANGE IX 1TIICE3. erj is of the original production, and ihe costumes bright and alUact- ive. Moreover. Boyle Woollolk, who sending a company to Lethbrldge, lending Js ahle to do it. Tboinaa "iVhiffcn. the original Johnny Hicks from Few Changes hi the Final Chairman ami Secretaries of Dist- rids com- Mtdiclne Hat, June Meth- odist conference closed today witb the announcement of ihe final draft I stations and election of district fflcers. The principal changes made rom the first draft Crescent Heights, Calgary, y. xicke, B. J- Hodgfus. to Mfdldnc Hat. Second.1 A.'II. Roue to Brooks, C. U. Wilson to Glelchen, J. V. to and M. L. Wright slays at _... Island. G. J. Baiu to Macleod South, W. H. Trvrin stays al BeHovue and J, C. Anglm goes to Hlllcresl. Brant, A. Smith to O. E Mann to V. Saunders to Lacombe, E. T, Scragg (o Welaa'dhvio, W. L. Brady to Camrose, (I. J. Bailey to Daj Eland. H. M. >lorrichs to Sedge- W. Webster lo WainwriGM, C. R. Ccrcorati lo Edmonton; Bethel. A. R. Aldrldge, Stoney Plain, D. Simpson. The next oitJer ot business ejection of chairmen for the different districts uliich rca-iHed as follows, together with the financial secretary and Suodar echooi secretaries by Ibo chairmen: Calgary, W. J. Hoggltb, W. E. Oallowa> end W. Holllngs- worth. Last Day of "Lorna Ooone" at Star- land ely teautitul in Its of scenic beauty, and convincingly by a splendid cast of players ibe fhe-reel presentation of Doone" shown at Slarland yesterday proved to be a veritable triumph ol motion picture artistry. The story is produced In an entertaining mar.uer, and at no period whatever through out the whole of the lengthy films does the interest ol tbe spectator wane. The management-of Starland arc to be commended on the success achiev- ed by them, in bringing such a did feature to the city, lor "Lorna Doone" far surpasses anything of a like nature tTer seen here. June begin hero today in the FUJI of the stale of ,Tetas, for pcnalllca agair-Bl Slandard OH and alleged puhaltHary companies violation of tbe Tex- as anti-trust lavs, The suit also is Cusler of ihe alleged Toxaa braiicy g Petroleum Corslcana I'clroleum Medicine Hal: A. S Tutile, M. L. Wright and E. J. Hodgins. Lethbridge: P. E. Bootheroyd, Chas. Bishop and J. B. Francis, Macleod: J. M. Harrtsoo, A. A. by- tie and A. Prichard. High Hlvcr: U W. Dalglelsh, 0. E. and S. W. Mann. Olfls: A. B. Argue, R, B. Flndlay anii'T. E. Armstrong. Red Deer: T. A. Wilson, W. Sannders and T, A. Bowen. Lgcdmhe: R. J. Tale, C. V. Drover and T. Scragff. Stoltler: .T. Coulter, n. J. Merrriam and J. W, Miller. Castor; H. n. T. Har- den aad I. N. Hughson. Youngtlown: A. J. Law. Hi Q. Smith and G. A. Sleele. Wetaalttvln: T. D. Jones, J. N. WU- klnvoo Ar.rt n. K, Swenerton. Walnwrlghl; M. E. Wiggins, C. R Corcoran and D. W, Pomeroy. Edmonton Hast: T. Powell, C. If Johnson and W. A. Smith, Edmonton West: A. Lewis, G D. Armstrong and E. MacXelvln. lament: J. K. Smith, W. G. Shaw and J. Vermtlllon: J, C, Anderson, Cyril Easom ami J. A. Sellar. Truslcca were elected for the Pafcan hospital fts follows: Rov. J. K. Smith, Tfcos. Powell and W. A. Messrs W. T. Cushbg and Dr. Hush. On the Earae programme was alto ahown a really funny comedy, "The one of the breeziest aud laughtest farces of the year. Miss Dal las Romans, the popular "Texas completed the bill, nith her pkasing rendition of "The Hoaary.' Miss Romans bag met witli unprece- deated success at Slarland through- out her engagenienl, and is always a and enlerlalning adiiilion to the programme al this popular atre. Tho raanageiuenl announgo lhat "T.orna end the balance of the current bill V7ill be repealed for tbe' last times today. 'The Time, the Place and Tht The company Mori Singer'; "Tho Time, the Place and the Girl.' lhat is to hold, forth on Friday and Saturday at 'the popular Majestic Theatre, bear cul the fact lhat it would he one of the best and most entertaining attractions that has ever been offered the-publlc in conden-e: form. "The Time, the Place and the Girl." ivith its pretty, romantic stor> Us'dellghlful music and its fine pos pany, dainty Jeesle Huston, as .Margaret Simpson; Peggy Dale, and a capable cast, and a large singing and dancing chorus, many of were TriJh ihe original company dur- ing its record run in Chicago. applied Ly that prolific E lough. Adsnis and Joseph lion aril, the composers of the "Girl "Honejn'.ooa and many other succeiBCs, is remembered from the pDpjIarily thai was accorded this attraction on its former visit bere. The Eong hits are "Hones 'Thursday is' my Jonah "I Don't Like Your and olbers too numerous to meaiEon. The company carries a Valhers'' in New York and Chicago, the mere monUon of Ihjs caet would aFBure ever; thai belter act- ing could r.ot. possibly lju obtalnefl So what about ibe Written by Eugene Waller, author o! "Paid In Full" and "Tlie Easiest he handlte another big theme all the vigor and brllliarrcy facile pen. And this play, with the original ali si or cast, is announced for en- gagement at (he MajestEc Thratre on Saturday, jnjy 5, coming direct from Xew Vorh. where ii ran for ta1) nights at. the Astor Theatre, new records for attendance and applause. Seats may be booked two weeks in vance, cilhcr by mail cr 'phone. Keep the dale in mind and v-aich for further announcements. sibilHias for an elaborate selling v.il certainly give the putrons a run foi heir money, Tbe production le class, the icy will be continued each cnri, tbe idea hc-ing to present to ihe pub- lic only the besL Seats now on sale at the Mason fc Risch Piano store. rand Diamond Ring Drawing at the Monarch Theatre Tonight In addition to a super-excellent pro- ramme tonight at tho popular Mon- rch, consisting of ihe great 101 Dlson eature. "The Mystery of the Fron- and three other excellent fea- urcE, the minagemeut arc offering feirir usual monthly Diamond ling rawing. Arrangements Ihls month TVC7C made with Mr. R. A. U'righl to ecure a ring cf exceptional nd happy, indeed, will be 'he lucky Be on tbe lookout Cor -Monday's A thrilling story Of tbe R M. P. in reels, "Sllenl Jim." itnsalionct! Animal Picture 31 the The picture of from ihe Gup of Aicohol" is ?n exlvaordinary ex- ample ot animal training, the jicr- 'ormanre of the leopard being eara' service. Are you or.e c goins other hammer and [onps alt through the picture from the firfl accnc to the bit, the uork heing of the most 'energoljc aad "blffy" de scrlptlcn, tho rind-up very com! cal. For I.amont hospital: Her, J. K. Smith, Dr. Archer, Dr. Rush, Dr.. E. W. Allin, Her. Thomas Powell and W. J. Magrath. Kdvard F. Greany died at hia home in St. John, N. B, He one of the beat "known commercial travellers in Maritime ProTincci. digest Sny reisonable meals, and Till jocn restore H fo such perfect con- dllion lhal you'll n-.vtr (eel that you have i. slomacfi. Take one after each meal. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the Naltoril Dnig and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. iso The comedies arc o! very high tandnnl, and the climax in "The Tru- ant HnsbantV is one of the moat aughable tn n long uhile, and provoked lone and hearty laughter. Path.o's Weekly Is this of usual interest, showing 'special and very graphic scenes in the lite in Uuropc. Irene Allen aeal" delighted the ftudtcnce by her singing, anl will appear tonlghl for the last lime as tbe ASL1CEOFTHIS EARTH Is what most uitti long fur. have a beautiful quarter section all broken; all fenced ar.J 30 acres In' crop for mi an-c On the famous Black Sprlnj HOUSES TO RcNT The Dowsley Mulliern Land Co, ShcrlocK Bu'ldlng, Phone 544 ;