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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. May fi. 10ID THE LKTIUWIDGH DAILY IIKHAU) 1'iisre .1 Men's Suits balance of those specials of Men's Suits made to sell in the or- dinary way, and good values at and but offered here To- morrow, Saturday, the last day at Tweeds and Worsteds, three button models. A full size range from 33 to 42, but not a complete range in any one line. Come and sec what ice offer in our and lines. Big Reductions in all Departments. THE ROYAL STORE Southard Block 512 Third Aw. S. TO-DAY TO-MORROW The Ways of Fate AN UNUSUALLY POWERFUL DRAMA "Gaiunoiil Love A Living Nev-spaptr that Cannot Stcr Photographed in of the Ssa, Glorious CaH-a. CHILDREN'S Water IQc and 15c. Matinee to Our Kid MISS DALLAS HOMA.XS Singing the Huge Song Hit: -CAROLINA" THAT CLEVER TEXAS GIRL" Watch out for Special "Dallas Rorrar.s" Souvenir Night Next Week MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT and TO-MORROW NIGHT SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3 P. M. AtLAROT WOOUFOLK Inc. PRESENTS ThpTIME PLACE WITH Jessie Huston AND Large Meeting Applauds Messrs Hardie, Williamson and Tracy Views Sup- porting it It's a foregone conclusion that the bylaw Jiass on Monday. lor thu installation trcel Mr then spoke oE viork or the cili, and for thu noccFsily of -opeMtEori and "You can't win battles sold- ers, and >on cjin't cities uitho'jt, I don'i iwsess It at two tndUJdiials lo miikc a bus tji-ess transaction ease as tbe number of partici- pants increase. Your council Ins en- If there uere any doubttj as to it's paeslng they all dispelled, last c'ght by Mayor llardie, Commissioner Trary Aid. Williamsun who spoke al the meet tug ot lhe North Leth- bridge ratepayers. Bergman's Hall pretty is ell filled up Chair- man J 6H opened.- the meeting ;Tlial t'-it wire heartily (iroied ci Winced, by the ro-jsijig of extended at the close, and the opinion of all that (ho meeting wa.s a-decided success as a support to the enbtwy. Mr. Tracy spoke first, and In a fev brief remarks imbucrt his hearers with the idea of natch strength. He glad of the onportunitj of meeting the northsiders face lo face to talk on such an. important civic question. Owing lo the short time at hl3 TOBal ainee coming to l.clhbrldse, he had not been able to fuHj Biasp all thfi details in connection the but ho felt that he linew en- ough to urge ratepayer lo get out and support H, Jle congratulated the 'citizens of North on the rapid strides I they had made thus far, am! hopec that that same progressive would be Ilia means of passing the pubnny thus continuing the great foninid movement. "In my judgment, this is a nccei sary public and con "Thirteenth slree nnery of coin fci IhiV'dly; today, and as lhe :lty grows, traffic is hound to irfcrcRSt and the separation of become And the time Uniting he sfuri: "Th "important gaged me as Commissioner of Com- i.orce and Manufacturing. Om pro- sa bo she same as in any uiiie city. Our district is renowned foi it: wonderful rpFouicts. but U takes i.Vo plc lo exploit thost resources, and onl> so far as we able to1 awaken industry, cooperation, thrill and en- terprise in the people ol I.elhbrhlge, three had been brought! up as objections to the subway. One lo the effect that the would be assisting the C. P. II. in grading ___________ their load. Mr. Williamson fell that ot the 13th tlin citJ" hatl a good bargain the C, I'. It, us it was cbeaper o fill than to anyway, and f the C. I'. R. benefited. well Mid good. 11 nas not therefore neces- sary should po lo eitra just to uva'd helping lha rsil'-.ny. Jle alto explained hcnv 1st avenue north ar.d 1st south be radcd up to meet 13Ui street at the nio-jth of tlw The Mayor so far will o'ir "If I were a Iiavo provided for m extend. office jo.i accommoda- Major Uardic firbt thanked the, r.itepJKTs for their rcaolution as for- v, a riled the era] 'Thos.Whiffen SINGING AND DANCING COMEDIANS, MOSTLY PRETTY GIRLS Carload ol Scenery and Electrical Effects One Performance at 64a p m. Matinee Prices 10c and 25c. Evening: 25c. 35c. SOc, and 75c. Kcals oti Salo at Mafuu Risch I' Store larious fiuestions affcfling tlie at large and North LeUibridcp Addlllon ill pattlciilar, Mr. Almar.dcr nioi ed a vote ol tbanks to ihf- and Mr. Tracy, antl the nieetlog adjourned. GRAIN COMMISSIONERS HEARD ARGUMENTS AND WILL COMPILE NEW HEG- ULATIONS Tl'e ol GREAT WEEKEND PROGRAM THE EMPRESS "HER WINNING Special Star Feature -THE HORSS THIEF'S and moit original story cvtr produced in motion pictures" -A RACE FOR LIBERTY" "LOVE'S TEST" "INVISIBLE HANDS" "POSTMAN'S ESCAPADE'1 TWO flOWLtNC COMHOIK3 MISS IRENE ALLEN, WITHOUT THE MASK special hinning in counjr) f'.ciaturs acJ shortages >nd ovfrjgcj, ia ter- niiiul elcMltors was at con- siderable length ticinrc the raniiU firain Commission sitting at the Grain F.ichangf, jestor- Time, the Place and the Girl" Tbe triumphant Trench i audeville revue ci the present ttnatrc feason undoubtedly be Hough, Adams mid Joscj'h T. Howard's nmslcal com- edy attraction, "The Time, 'the Hlacc and the Girl." svhirh tomes to llic Majestic Theatre for today and to- morrow. An excellent singing and dancing chcrns inedouiinatc in this pleasing song shuw, cos- tumes ZT.A elaborate scenery, a [irett; Ucns ot vital menlionctl tday. Sonic thcu'in, auJ Kis WoiBhip proec'ciled to explain some or thorn. c.iiue (he question of cluster liu-hls for iSth blreet.-v.hlch has been that the binmiie should be liv ihe elevators Flioul.l be issued lion, nothing would happen. 1 must have the confidence of ev public citizen In this work, in order to acconiplish any- thing. You may be sine of my de- interest iu promotion of the With the splendid men who coinc here to spend their days and energies; nothing but splcn-Jtd sattess can follou." Aid. Williamson Aid, followed with a brief statement of his position. V.'hen Mr Williamson uas for the street railway in Xorili I.etbbridge he asked lie doing it, as Jt nouli! naturally late away of his business as a merchant, lie re- plied tliai he be -latished vvith a share of tiic business, and that lhe street railway wo.ihl be foi the good of city at large, would tend to growth, and as the tity grew business M'oulti '.nrreapc. antl In the end be far In of vyliat it might have been had he tried to kcn.p the street rail- nay o'it. His nn tbe subway were the f-anu-. "When t inlo ofiice the stnle- ment made that woitdl have (he snljvsar on 13th street within two venrs. anil if the ratcpajers do their d'lty on Monday ue will qet it." Mr Williamson cxplnlited two stalled. near the lirarts of ali l.clh- for a tiicc. j The wayor'woTii hack f.-tlo the of fiyjrco to explain iiy the lichl system had not been in- Ucfore (lie city was through ing on current expenditures the banks closed np, and Ir-ft the city in a pre- carious condition as regard expendi- tures on current expenses. It, was thought wise to delay the HghHtig system until the estimates vtcrc cid and Hie subway was instaH- H he to chanee nil (lie wires at that time. And the lights are now promised before next winter, as the mayor thinks all the debts will be cleared up by that lit no. The dclav in getting out the esti- mates for 1913-uas explained b> the mayor lo be due to the fact tbal cer- llic prodiiccib and at ihc in tlie and caichj music, send1 one from the theatre the tuneful melodies thai "The Time, (lie Place and the iJirl" is brins tain ficgnres liicorrect antl the city wanted a detailed st.itcment of all the dtlclts before going atiuad on any Tlie major's on tbc siib (lueptloii were pretty well expressed in his letter to the burgesses, as p lished in lhe Herald some tiirib ago. lln did not think Mint any sane man could raise any objeclion to it, isnrt that Hie Xortli Lt-thbridge I'eouie. as the ones moat vitally cnncernetl, should gel out and suppoit it, After considerable discussion commission nas. aniious lhe sj'slrn ard would ircului-e ruki and interests oi all At the outlet tl'C rhjinnan staled that the board had received a Rreat many complaints about special bin- ihr cimttmers had quietly nalchrd it- H wns time lo make rules and regulations Thomas Wbiifcn assutnca the stel- lar role, .and was originally starred in lhe 'production thronghcut the coantn, in the original Miss Jessie ilojston Is au.ablc assistant to lo Mr. being a taioiited .dotved with a nud thar m ing During the tngagpmc-m bera of "The tbr matter foi >ear, tcfore so the commission ed gel the vicus of those aficcted. J. A. Manars, ptwjleni of the Saskatchewan Cirain Cirouers1 Asso- ciation, spoke ort i he binning lion. as did K. Grcrn, of the same boJy, and other ncll known men. TO THE RATEPAYERS You are earnestly requested to record YourVotein Favor of Subway Bylaw ON MONDAY NEXT 317 13th St, N., or at City Hall Police Sta. Remember the Foils Close at Five O'clock P.M. "ill also b'j fhcyn. This slaved ar.rt photographed GOING TO YELLOWHEAD PASS Time, Hie Place and tnc nopu-Ithe sea ccast, is one of the lar prices will prevail: 25, Fill and J best secured h> the mimgemenl of 75 cents. Curtain at p.m. Riarltir.d for some time, and cannot Special matinee tomorrow at i p m., 10 and 25 cents. Special Attractions at Starland lor the Week-End Following up the'immense of the special :nld-Tv.cck feature pro- gramme, the management of Starlana have prepared one of the, very best all- star prcgrarames for lortay and tomor- row, as the extra special neck-end of- every film feature, i Crlninnlon, .lime a difficult matter lo Feltct any one paper men are making elaborate ar- rangements for the IC13 of tlie Alberta and pslen, B. C. Press yssociation, v.hich will be held at Ed- moutoa on September H and 12. This ear's comcntion promises to be the largest in the history of the for the headline attraction. Palrotis of Starland, iiill find iti "The Ways of one of the strong j fst dramas of tliu season. ho-v a life devoted to vengeance was diverted into channels ot love, with an extraordinary sequence of arlvonture- lail lo make a good impression. Tlic comedy, "The Children's Con one cf the delightful (farces >el produced by the Thnnhoiis- cr Company. The Kid appears in tho leading vole, and is seen to great advantage as a fnn loving, niischitvions little rebel. The balance of the photo-play rru- graniine, will be made uo of tlic edition of lhe Grvumcnt Gazelle, the which sues the world's Jafesl news in iKOlion. The j-opnJai Miss Uomar.s, aptly railed That IHtlo Tcv ng girl with the big be board in another of her success- Monarch Theatre To-night "THE LONG STRIKE" A Two Heel Drama of Ab- sorbing Interest OTHER FEATURES. SATURDAY ICE CREAM tion, some 123 newspaper editors incidents Intermingled through- out h their being expected. A [out, anil with a powerful plot, "Tlie feature of the convention w.l] be a j Ways of TJic A Great all star production of which cones here the original cast intact to the Irip to the end of G. T. gleel in the I worthy offering. Yellow-bond Pass, vrlucb is now noing] A production revelling In magmf arranged ITOVC to be n jilc Theatre, Saturday, July 5, up tlie dramallc reviewers of Chit.iso cent sea scenes, entitled "l Love HOW'S THIS FOR A CANADIAN FAMILY? It's nol a lather's family, but A grandfather's family. Ten grandsons, r.nd one grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs, of Alton, Ontario.' They were gathered In Toronto last vseek to attend the annual dfnntr given them by their grand-parents. Their photo was taken on the of the Leolslative Bu lldinfli, ToranU, In Iht fide round city. and York as has oilier malic proiluclion In jears. lh'3 great] play by Kugcnc Waller made Lhe! newspaper writers of Hie cast throw nside their worn phi-nses and seek new laudatory cxpteifion's1. Tor' instance, Ashton Stetnif, the California critic, tne pia> wlien It opcntd in Chuaso. auti here are a lew excerpts from his criti- tlrms- "Fine Withers is a TUbltmal- rtl dr.itna 'Aith a mauiclc oT lite; it reachps of mire aroniati' art; there are senses iviiLtCii with nothing short of insjilration. spuci-lies tlmt thiill and iiltlo that revcil tl-.c Iremendoissness el what "C so often regard ;ta common place. And si'Ch ;i cost as II. H. has pro- vided if, a fact, it a miracle" l-ocal playgocfis will see this same production Unit Athlon Sle> ens re- name in c'rerj pirl the originil ail rlar rast in its including Hob N't Kdeaon, Wilton Mns Klfmnn, Host L, Lohla Amelia finest cast ever EII led on an> sUse. Grand Witek-Erd Enttrtainment at the Empfcsa The show fc; the fit this Ihr. toolCBt and mosl comfortable house li In the cf tho very bf--t. The great special star feature, bj the Mclies Co, "Ilor Is A to.nrtly of the lilghtst jind delight every- body. The comical ''Invisible Hfliifls" ami "The V'ostman's are sure mirth and One of tlic strongest and oris- inal motion picture stories ever prt- tented is "The Horse Thiet's This is really a most fascinating story and ahonltl net be missed, Two drjinas of nnrl evcitln? Interest arc "A Kace for and Tcsi." A wonl to The electric fan aid comfort: installations guaran- tee the freshness and coolness ot the air in tills the home of amuseinenl. Miss Irene Allen will appear ASL1CEOFTHIS EARTH Is Viliat most men lone for. Wo have a beautiful quarter section all broken; all fenced and 30 atrca In crop for an acre On the famous Ulac'K Spring nidge. HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Gullding, Phone 544 ;