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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 9, 1913 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page You've observed that in front of the finest homes Ford cars are numerous. We arc selling an ever increasingly greater part of. our gigantic output to experienced automobile owners have tired of the exhor- bita.nt expense of big car up- 'keep. Our hive produced more than a quir- 6J million Model Ts. Prices: Runabout MTS; Touring Car, !750; Car, J1MO- I. t. t. Walktrville, all equipment. for particulars see W. K. VIRTUE Avenue SoirtK H. P. ROBIN30N TRANSFERRED FROM MACLEOD TO GRAND IN FACTORY MSE JHW 1 rejoinder of Ja- Stales note.on Ihe iX Callforiit alien lani'oirner- reiterates that the landjklll tufti by the California leg- iilature rloUtec the spirit of Ihe Jap- treaty by discrimin- ating actlnat the friendly power. It points out that if the qusatlon is an economic, one, it enters tbe domain of International relations, and political question. The note uy> that tie California land Iti- ng the Stales lo grant equal protec- tion under Its laws to all persons within Its jurddiclion. Cabinet Read It Washington, June outline of Japan's latest cote as contained in tho Tokto dispatches, was read'to 'be Cab- inet today, and sent back to the State department to Counsellor John Has- Macleod, Juce 3 -H. P. Robinson, assistant accountant ol tbe Cana- dian Bank ot Commerce here, has >eco transferred to the branch of that bank at Gland Folks, B. C. During his eighteen' months' star in Macteoi, Mr. Robinson has bimscU ifry popular ar.d bis many friends, although glad ot his promo- tion, are sorry to see him leave town. He was verj aclhe in sporl- JBg circles and held the tennis cham- pionship of besides being a good cricket, football and hockey player. Robinson leit !or his new post on Sunday morning and will be succeeded hue by Mr. Bennett, of Lethbridge. The fastest lime yet made by tbe local fire fighters was made on Sat- urday afternoon, when the brigade I ivas called out lo pul out a Ore vbicl had started in the building oc- cupied bf H. Fatvcett as a shitt-oiak- ing and clothes repairing shop, near the Empire hotel. Ficro the sound of the alarm it vas oalr a minute mi a few seconds till tbey were on ttc ground, and had tte Ore extin- guished, after a run of five blocks. The fire started from an overheated iron and the. damage lo the slocV and building will not exceed {50. A. B. Perry anil Dr. J. F. Hurnetl, of tbe R.N'.W.M.P. at Ktgina, and Supt. J. W. Wilson, Rev. Cannon M'Millan Preach- ed Anniversary Sermon (or Lethbrirjge Brethren Headfrd by GUB Neltfg. C.C, Price te Dime An innovation In motion ptciure circles In cthbridge is about to be tried, hes t Whitney, owners of Bijou, hive decided lhat they will augurate the ten-cenl admuslos In this pretty little photo-play house. The Bijou be one of the very few the- atres in the vsllh th? straight dime admlcElon, but the owners slate a step In lo-day Wm. Taylor, Mailer-at- ,hej. are Aims Collier, Letbbrldgc IwJje o[ !thc direction. The fke-ctnt division, spc.-.t Sat in on p0Uce business. sett Moore. Diplomatists agreed ?en- v'c B o( Coronation, arrived erally that the new'polnt referrod to in Matlcod on nigbt on a by Fret-dent Wilson yesterday as daj.s. ,jsit. Mr. Bury expressed ening the for "new nnd inter- grfal surprjse at (hc progress made efiting Japan's t0n-'bv by the town during the last year. te'ntion Ibat the anti-alien land law Sanderson has returned from Calgary, where she has been visiting for months. illation Tlolalo, article S, troaly o! the -Jap- which authorize! .aubjecfa or citizens of the contracting to'ovn or lease which are injeparable parts or real It. 'declares that the-nen- bill the fourteenth amendment io States canititullon, requlr- violated the fourteenth amendment to the constitution. It was accepted that Japan refers George Addison has recently sold to ibat clause which declares that "no out his drayicg business to B. Wat- State shall deprive aoy person of life, K0n. IKjerty or property without due pro-1 Crop conditions in the Maclcod cess of law, nod deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal pro- tection of the laws." The Department of Finance has re- ceived J3G1 as conscience money from an anonymous coTespondent. The envelope postmarked Halifai, N. S. district ate very favorable, althouj-li rain is ceeded. There a slight fall on Sunday morning, but a good tuo days' rain would be very ac- ceptable right now. the Knights Plthlal, pirsdfd to St. Church lait ev- ening to attend thilr annual church EVrvlri In a body. Some tbirtj-nve or forty Knlk'oti in alKnaance ano Iiifflie4 lo a very ser- mon freni Rev. Canon. >lcMil'an. Tticl'ec as hla text St. Jobn IS: !3 ihd love hath no mm thin tbis, that a nlan lay his llfo tor his the mlulsier compared life to the treat Sahara, around 10 many of the legends of the order "woven. The traveller crojslDE the desert welcomes the oasU; the rider on our prairies wel- cones tbo coulee with its sparkling broofc; w In life a man is cheered b> the outtiretched hand of a friend The friendship ot David end Jonalhan mirks one of the most beautiful pats ages In Holy writ. Parallel ulth this friendship Is that told o! Damon and PitbliB. spialier saM he knew uutblr.s of the ritual of the Knlshts of Pjtblai, but If-the-name impller anythlnr, the friendship one for an other of the members must be one o the principles. "TTU friendlblB." he aald, "would be th subject of his sermon. "While there la nothing filer thai the friendship of-two men, wish t carry jou further_than that friendshi that of Him who inspired th Henry Quinnvlltc, aged 40, an em- ploye of the Cornwall Electric Rail- way, was fatally crushed. r Making a Flat World Round When Columbus set out to reach India by sailing wMtwtrd, he met with opposition and ridicule. He' bettered the earth to be round. men held that it was Columbus was mad fall off somewhere if he departed from belief found him a conticenl and made kiat blwseil ol memory, j PUIUICSS World is flat-to some men v shores of Opportunity stretch only BO grandfathers trod. superstition and aftttby have set them confines which they may not pass.' Jw they believe the businow year is a flat one mot alHgW round of trade, with East joining West, wifc saw into Autumn but just two distinct -off edpes Raping into space. Thfy their actiritiM to a Spring trade and to a Fall trife. To tfenre ii no intervening continent with ttorce of waiting wtwlth. Their world is flat. They hare the nid-year months of Summer trade. Jury and Auguat art never-never land. Tc-niorrow The Biggest Indian-Pioneer Feature Ever Attempted ITS A "BRON- CHO" The Way of a Mother IN TWO HUGE REELS words: 'Greater love hath no man than this, that alnian lay down his life [or his The the history of David- and. Jonathan, telling how the was a friend of David Tfhcn the latter fas arranger in the court of the king, and-how. Trben David be- came King of the Jonathan's fric-pdEhip made tte really king kclpred by all his subjects. ritual 'of societies the noblest things in moral life, and "do a great service If they' teach to lead a life onward and 'o.'God, friendship Is flnp. but death removes the friend. But'tkere is a Friend Is with' us. He-'sticVelh closer tbin a orolbir. He Is the.Friend of friends to wkom-all may turn In trouble." the friendship _for which the'Knl jits of Pylhias Etand, the iptakK-, said that no mm vai a true friend Tcbo placed temptation in .the "way-of a brother, nor-is i. .man a friend or true to his'lodge who ft to'itrelch out a helping-band to i brother In temptation. ure ahow is the big drawing card i ne. East. C. K. Wriittaker, proprietor of the loaarch, has taken over the active management of. the Bijou, b'Jt will ontlnue to run tbe Monarch as here- ofore. He states that be will be on film 10 that If tbe puMIc bow Ihty nlEh U, there will be a haoge of programme every nlgbi in loth hO'jEca. Pathe'a Weekly will continue to be me ot Ibe feateuits of Ibe The beatre re-opens tonight undfr tin. new management. i Love in "The of a Mother" Fleeing from a brutal husband wit' her Infant, a woman Is caught in a Indian fight. Is killed and she is Icfl for dead. The fcab Is adopted by the Indians, and afle many years Is made chief of Ibe tribe The woman, fo-jnd by the soldiers, I taken to the fort, where she conceal her past from the Colonel. Allhoug secretly mourning her child, she at the ton for many years, and even ually marries the Colonel, who ha expressed bis great lot-e for he Years pass by, and by this time he child, now chief of tho tribe cf his adoption, leads bis on to battle with the whites. In a fierce eocoanler the chief is captured, and condemned to death by tbe Colonel wbo is. in reality, his' own step-father. The mother dUcovers her child's Identity and liberates him, without'telling him her relationship. Angered by his Im- prisonment, and burning with the de- sire for revenge'actuated hy his life ith the be. returns with a rge force and.overpowers the fort- !BE, in a series of tremendous bat- es. In trying to appeal lo her son he mother Is struck by a bullet, and most with hc-r.dylnt; breath she se- ures a promise from Ibe chief to stop ottllitles. He Is srlef stricken when e learns she is his' own mother, and uries'h'er with-the most solemn In- ian rites In an endeavor (o atone the tragic 'life and end of his mother, the sweetest name in all the "Not for Mine" A Charming Story Abounding in Romance and Humor "Express C.O.D." Loaded Down with Laughter. DALLAS ROMANS "That Texas Girl" Singing ''BOYS" Alice Lloyd's .Latest and Greatest Comedy Song Success lOc 10c Bijou Theatre ALL FEATURE PROGRAM TODAY AND.TOMORROW A GREAT TIME EXPECTED A WAS GIVEN ONE YEAR Snrehr tWs oonotrptiim of Summer as a "dull" season is M fallacMug as the delusion that the' esrlh was flat. Prapb WTB jwl H much money in tke weather and spend quits M fnetjr as Sfxing Fall. they are not buying awl HMFW .iWvds n An just, yet Ihey itebujing staple irttdo. FtrrtWworo, ttmf bun; eye luxumi ud comforti they IB tli. The modern Columbus has discovered this Summer golden West lying between the known o! old beliefs. Departing from established habit, many have made their energies and their Advertis- ing an all-year-round proposition. Keeping up Advertising during the Summer months not only links Spring and Fall, but produces rich har- veaU from the Summer months themselves. your KJTOtrfing proMtms U trtiUbU Oirauit Mf.KcefruKi cr tie SfereUrr of tht Prm AuftcWion, Boom ID Eiqiurjr iarotra M your nitft w Ftmit, B. C., June citi zens of Fctcio propose to put on tb finest lint of amusrmeals and sport (or Dominion Day (hat has ever bet held here. The utv athletic ground tke city patk are being rapidl put into-shapt under the supetiisio ol Aldfrraan Robichaud.. These wi worn completed, as ther will be a half mile rue track mr rouniitj tie lleH. CMIdten's, iport will be belli on Ibe grounds in front 61 tke Coal company's office, and the various attractions are cipecttd to be ot the test. The arrangement! are orld to him. The above is a short nopsis of fro Blory unfolded. In. tbo wonderful feature. "Tho Way of a which will'he shown at Siar- and 'conjunction a umber of other really fine atlrac ions. "The Lost Blockhouse" A great Kalem production in Two Reels. A story of the Pion- eers of the Southwest. "Put Yourself in Their Place" Ma and Pa wanted them to marry. Thereby hangs a tale. lOc Pathe Weekly An exclusive Bijou Film, one should see. Fireman's Drill" The. boys sure can hurtle. 10c THE EMPRESS "THE THEFT OF THE SECRET CODE" Magnificent Three Reel most Exciting and Thrilling Photoplay Triumph by the Vltascope Company. THE DISCONTENTED I AND OTHER GOOD WOMAN I PICTURES A Really High Clais Drama MISS IRENE ALLEN COOLEST AND MOST COMFORTABLE HOUSE IN TOWN us of twenty pretty fiiris, delightfully coitumcd, and capable terpischorean artists. Trices will be 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents. Seats on sale at Mason Risch'E Piano store. One perform- ance nightly at 8.45 p.m. prompt, with j special matinee-on Saturday at1 3 p.m. "Zfgomar" Coming TEC jnyslery sensation of the age he mysterious "something1' that has kept thousands guessing, will be here nest Mo'nday and Tuesday. Who is he? What Is It? Ixiok out, he may eat is a timely, warning to Ihe curious, rteme.mber "Xigomar" is en- ough. The Grcjttit Drama of the Century For tbg InfoVmatlon of -the many people wlio have enquired regarding mall orders for the' engagement of Fine comes with Its original all-star 'cast to the Ma. jestic Theatre, on Saturday, July S, it made 'known' that all such ders will be accepted two weeks ahead ot the engagement, and the re- quests for leats will be complied with in arery instance, as nearly as POE- ,lble regards: to the location de- Blred. Mall ordtrc roust be accom- panied by the necessary remittance. to cover the price ot tickets, and should contain a nelf-addriised, stamped en Seats will be reserved In the At the Emprtai The week's amusement nt this the- atre nill be opened by another great in threo'rcels, by she eel- brated Vitascopo Co, entitled "The elt of the Secret Code." This feature play is brimful "of ei- cment and interest, anil uiil un- ubtedly fascinate who 55 it. 'The Discontented 12 an her of those Ush-clasa dramas that o frcriuenters of, the Empress are accustomed to. Tfco comedies are, as usual, of Ihe r.d that banish carea and worries id send you home feeling good. order of their receipt, and in of the executive ol Fernle Athletic association." In ent to the writers on the day iox office gale opens, which will be fveniig Ihe of Vettran's, Thick was postponed from Empire Day, will be fcivtn in tit Gland The- atre! A ciicus performer named r. L. Flint, Tlo was left behind by the Barns' outfit, as be gathered in on Saturday, June 28. 'Fine Feathers" li by tie police, Honor Judge sentenced by Thompson today to spend one in thf jail at, Nelson (or tde thcit Of a suitcase and other- articles from ihe Northern hotel. He was by occupation a clowr, his work'tot (juife so clownish lti the suitcase, mijht now be a free man. Wen he had opened the at the C.I'.11.; freight sheds and iitm account ol the stocV, he lorth- wlth aUttcd bargain counter and some ol the-soods at (torn five to" ten ?er ol value. This Wotiiedlsiispicioii and the police were hotifml Flint taken into etutody. Wlwi received his stntence tk's afternoon he geVmcd not in (be stlgbt- ireme S. Michel, charged wltk today by it the evidence avMlatle was not sufficient coa- he coming her with tbe tnltref origins! allJtar cast which for 150 nights at the Atlo Theatre, New York, and five roontb at tbe Co.-t Theatre, Chicago, this be ing the Mrtt case on record v.-her there hu not been a tingle change In a cait of such prominence since Ib opening night In this one play local -vi see such -4 galaxy of stars on on slage flobert Efleson, Wlllon Lack aye, Flgman, Rose Coehlan, l.o- Ufa Robertson and Amelia Sumsts. Attraction at the Majettl The policy of a new show and a nc company weekly In the most ular rnuilcal comedies, In condense wllh lull acting and complete equipment of-icener anrl effects, teems to, be (deal Itlnmeit during the summer month and Is mretiBg wilh Uio hearty e of tbc clientele of tbe jectic Theatre. The presentment this week-end w bo "The Bell a musical co edy-full of.catchy dance >nd icreamlng comedy from start Ilnlsti. The coaptuy a ch IT'S A MYSTERY. "ZIGOMAR" .WHO IS HEZ WHAT. IS IT? FIND OUT AT STARLAND SXT MONDAY AND TUES- DAY, Miss Irene Allen will again apl the latest son's hit. The particular attention of the pub- of Lettibrldse. is called to the fact lat tho' installation of tleclrlc'fans i Ihis theatre Is of the best and most 'fee-live description, and keeps-the ousc theto hoi evenings always coal cd fresh. Monarch Theatre; TONIGHT r "Silent Jim" A thrilling drama of the great Canadian Northwest and the Royal North West Mounted Po- lice In Two Reels. 2[ COMICAL j COMEDIES 10 Cents 1C Cents John a prominent Xorth' Easf- hone, OnL, farmer, died twenty' min- utes afte'r being slung by, a LI! PAPER m London, June Manchester uardian, Ine wcighliesl exponent o Jbcral views, declares roundly to daj that Spencer Churchill's statement has plfaifd potiooj. He cannot II 6oth vtaj's, saying one that the Canadian ships arc not lo be taken into account', anrl rtcn when the.receipt of those-ships s postponed, that further ships must consrqutnlly bt provided. The Guardian declares such am- is not lor improvement in the leeling .belnccn Britain Qcr- ny, and the paptt tills once moie against the scheme lor giving Canada' representation ,on llio tmpfr- ial defence committee. "'The for foreign pol- icy must be fixed either in Weslmfn stcr or Ottawa, wdaims the Guar- "H cannot be suspended bo tween Ibe two like Mahomet's coffin between heaven" and earth." ASLICEOFTH1SEARTH Is what most men long for. Wo haio' a beautiful quarler section all broken; all fenced -and' 30 acres in crop for an acre On tho famous Hlack Suing, Ridge. HpUSESTO Tbe Dowsky IMen. Sherlock Building, Phone 544 ;