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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. June 12. 1913 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HICHAM) MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday and Saturday, June 13-14 SPECIAL'MATINEE AT 3 P. M. THAT CLKYEIt MUSICAL'KXTRAVAUASZA The Bell Hop SPARKLING SONGS AND DANCES.' ONE PERFORMANCE NIGHTLY AT 8.45 P.M. PROMPT PRICES: Mitlnet 10c and 25c. 35c, SOe. 75c. Seats Xoft- on Sale Al Mason i Itlsch Piano SUire. I hey are Determined lo get ihe Herald. "We Blood Reserve Leases i township lotnuilucc ao.j is.e> o( 10c Bijou Theatre 10c THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL Program dc Luxe To-night 1. The Story the Desert Told 2. The Girl's Stratagem 3. The New Dawn 4. Fooling Their Wives lOc COMFORTABLE PERFECT I 1CTURES lOc aicolng them up for ttio aL-.cun tte> ibe number of aDimaU the> would run on lhe Th'- ls in ,he caidstoa from 1 hear, i.he> AT( goiofc lo do cierjihete sruund iLc roscne be _ ______ (ore the tni of the ueelc Mfl-lnforming the Indians The tM'atfi Southern! -LSirj firmer resents iht aiiliud? Alberta to Ite (he graiiug jn afternoon arc coiniug from all partE of so southern dittrict, and from round the reserve, and fu most re for tracts In la all amount of stock the applicants Lau to run. Ihls for U fcous ihat ibe intent in all cases is o utilise Ihe leases for Their live lock and not to sublet them, as was one uhcn the last d." They Know a Good Thing Mcefcs Brothers, of Ilsvnaond, in cller t l their applica- ion to acres, wrote: commend you In tbls very iio-jghltul underlaying and do hope ou are successful in this matter." G. Smith, a rancber of Leivi penl yesterday ID Lttbbridge and a caller at the office of the As- ociate Hoards of Trade. "Every far- in Hie IjeAvitt district (E onlbus- aslic orer the work the Associate loards of Trade is riolng In their be- ialf In this campaign to open the night, the Dljou P. ell ruled by an and the division of the reserve iato small grazing iracitj mean the ultimate loss of the Landi to the Indians; and we arc going io tliem the sincerity of ihe farmer send repretentathe inc-ti. to ibo Indians ar.d ?et them rfght. Why. ibe leasing (A lands to fa rue re at io .S tenis an acre annually for grazing will mate that entire tnljc of Indians rich, and they know it, (or the> compare ihe prospectiic ihat they have had ilmngh ihe and it them ihat the best thins thoiu is the farmer enjoying 11 filed TfUh Serif tar; an application to foraard 10 ihe In-iof difliculty to dian tease of THE EMPRESS COMFORT The programs are up to a standard net to a price. "BALAOO, THE wonderful and sensational animal picture by the Eclair Company. PATHE'S CELEBRATED BRITiSH WEEKLY 'WHEELS OF FATE" "UEVI THE COP" Irene Allen will sing. "THE VALE OF DREAMS" Coming Friday and Saturday, tne Great Sensational 2-Reel Feature OF THE DEPTHS" art men I iit Oitf for largely >no township, or acres, not matter of lasie. It be tco much to say ihat ihey ull met universal approval. SalurJa> next ihe iJianagement has decided lo each thill an ice- ready to take a lease right too. aitcream I-OHV uiih their Inlets. Prlcea on which I shall run for -A some 1600 head of cattle, and ai otber sea- sons come 6000 be.nl of sheep, 1 am tc of acncal pay- lent ciav prescribe any reasonable rate men IB the provided they are not. too seme in requirements, ihat make a. pro- hibitive to a small farmer or slock- today came llcscTvc to small grazing inter-! for a lonnstilii each, matiiug the total :si3.M-he to a of the'to date acres. GREAT .RESPECT SHOWN FOR MEMORY OF THE LATE BRIGHAM STODDARO severe electrical the bouth country, not far Irom th boundary. Or.c oEsthc elevators- at Colgate was and a tox car from a siding onto the main line. The lumber yards at Patigman vcrc badly damaged, ar.d one hverj barn was blown and the church damaged.- Stovepipes, and lumber scattered around Pang- nnrt the huge hlack clourt could storm, near Bengough in ranchers in yesterday. Several build ngs wecc struck by lightning, onr of them a residence of A. L. Hubbard, six miles south-nest of Tlic stove was shattrrrrt and rcvcral win-jchar dons knorktd Mrs, llubtiaid ilcnci south I be be.cn fcom WERDER WAS REMANDED June Wcr- rier, Swiss, ev-army 'ofriccr, rc- inanded for a week hero today on Fit charges of theli and lour false prc- The prisoner absconded from and her diiltlrcn ilighily burn- district some rnonihs ago io erf At the same time a small cicioiei Pas0' Toxns- and "rived back In cus- n small to Wdy tiignt. Hurry! Hurry! M. GoiKlinan has .jiisf received direct fnini 200 Pairs of Pants and 200 Suits All Worsteds and Tweeds. All sixes. Those were bonghl n( n bAiik- nipt isale in Hvistot. Kiiglsnul, iuid-scii! lo siio at 706 3rd Avenue ttoulh, lo dispose of llicin 'at aljoui half ihn usual value. Alsp 25 dozen of Shirts at English Prices 'I'liis is a clianei; of a lire-lime as you can- not, gel siicih goods duy. -.Sl'HOIALSXAI'OX Uies' Low Shoes at Kt'Kiilai1 Price nj) to Noic M. GOODMAN 3rtl Avcuuc South. Juu'e funeral ser- vices over the remains of Drigbim V, Stoddard were held in the Opera Jlou5e today at 12 o'clock, nn extra large crowd being in ailendancc. The speakers S. Mecks, Ray mond; J. T. Ucninger and Orson A. Magrath. Th ie financial laarkcts of the world" hy uesUon.'aud tfae farm i act. IhaO after >oa the Morris to nipJit, you will decl.irc (hat jou have just EMU tfiu greatest picture ift life. The programme as a dominating the life of ihe Polar bsar, favorite; but the series of pictures is interesting ;u all !is pro- of Arctic birds and animals, cd ihe lives of their Ksktmo tords. Last Day Remarkable Feature Last day of "Hetrogrersion" at Star- ayd. Kasily the most fascinating wo reel feature crer sho-vn in ibis Ity. is the headline ttractlon on the current program ai itarland. Filmed in a magnificent iariner bj Ihe Tvortd-famous Broncho "HctrogrcsEloa" constitutes he most sensational and spectacular] fftring of tbe entire year, U will be hou'n for the last lime today, in con- uucttoa a number of other splen- lld attractions. Miaa Dallas Uomans also io bo heard in auotber new song. Monarch Theatre Tatron3 tl.at did not nave ihc op- last night of seeing the iS'lendid Imp tv.o-rccl feature "Gold s Not will have the chance igain tonight. This production igaEn be shown along three new :itms, making a flie-recl programme oE great merit- Saturday afternoon and evening one of the greatest features yei produced TJQ "nig Game Atop ol the iVorldY'' This is a stTics of motion pictures showing the manr.er in which (Iicy :iunt big game in Alaska and Siberia, :he land of the midnight sun; it sim- ply teems with interest irom start to inlsh. In spite ol the fact that this Lonsits of Eour reels, anJ has been se- cured at considerable prices ill remain the same, 10 cents for children, and la cents for adults. t More "about "Zigomar'1 lo the unprecedented "E'UC- in of the mysterious "Zieoniar" the dates'ou it be at Starland, been changed j to Wednesday and Thm-tday nett, tn- Uead ol Monday anO Tuesday, as incviously Announced. It really impoESible to catalogue the thrills of it is enough lo record thai they rim Hie whole gamut cf sunEKtions, and constitute the most rcmarkabjc allraciion over offered to local theatre goera. Pat- rons of Star land, hate tbe assurance of the management "Zigomai-1' is really the best attraction the> hare suture.! Tor sonic considerable time, and although costing un unusually lar.ie amount for exhibition hcrp, will uc slipvin yl (Iic'usual prices of admib- LAST DAY OF Retrogression MasBive Two-Reel Sensation 3 OTHER GREAT FEATURES. AN'D, DALLAS ROMANS IN NEW SONG NOVELTY DO YOUVKNOW THAT ZIGOMAR WILL COMPLETELY MYSTI- FY AND AMAZE YOU AT STARLAND NEXT WF-DNESDAY AND change In Dates Carnegie Alaska-Siberia Motion Pictures at the Morris Tonight I.onilon, June Ihe house o commons lodaj ChurcMM vtply lo l.orii Ch.nlts Ucrcstor said Uial it in consequence lie situation created by tlic icjectio of the I'anaJian naval progtam tha his Majesty's goierAinent was di terniirictl to advance construction c three contract ships o! this year shipbuilding program. He coulit not guarantee thai thcic would be no rlelaj' in their completion and quite aware, as thft notlc lord ha3 pointed out, thai (he Conqueror, the Princess Koyal and the Audacious not completed until months after thcli: allotted datts, and likewise thai the New Zealend was not completed -until thret months alter her dale and that the Ccnlurlon and.Australia were .not coincided until two months slWr, ALL AROUND Begins Friday Morning See Page 8 of this Issue Monarch Theatre "Gold is Rot All'- A' thrilling Two Reel Feature' THREE OTHER FEATURES. SATURDAY: "HUNTING 'BIO GAME ATOP OF THE WORLD'' IN FIVE Something Sensational at the Empress Jjtcrjonc who delights in seeing a really excitingly thrilling and sensa- tional' picture should Usit the Em- ps tonigbt, and see the gnat two- reel feature, "IJalnoo the being the last as Ihe pro- gramme will be tbdugcd after tonight. Palhe's ccUbrdEed is tt supreme interest, and was much by Ibo large nudience. As a rcvcHtion in running, jumping, clmihinc, Tincl (jenerally, the course of tTalnlOR undtrtaXen in the "Training of the nrltish Blue- jacket." is a eritable caution, and the rnyakal tondition of the men who go through It notblng short of per- fect. Ottawa, Jur.e ar.d accounlnnts of the drparlment of ar.d canals will ininiediato- 1> the Mork ol invtsligating the construction of those" lir.es of ,th'c Canadiau Northern railway Vupon TUiich suljsMics aggregating million dollars "tojcd by parlianirnt. There is liUlc here that the assistance already granted the C.N'.K. is all'that uill be It rather that Ihis yc.it's subsidies tides a fin- nncial sUingencj' and ihat jtat sec a renewed ap.ilication. Miss Irene Allen sang "The Vale of In a manner that called Cor (be great applause of tho tiudlen This larly is in splendid voice and will again delight our patrons tonight. L'oming on Friday and Saturday: (lie great sensational priolo-ptay, "Oui of the Depths." Thla Is a Uo-rcel cviminal feature., and Of the grlpnicsl kind. PETER OLSON DHAD Ont., June M.P. for Kast Middlesex, died at hi home at Hyde Park, lonlgiit, alter an Illness of several months. He born in township VJ ago and was elected lo the Commons a tbe last three general elections. ASLICEOFTHISEARTH Is whal wo all long lo own, why not get >ourg now? have 160 acros of fine lanJ, near Por- pte Springs, with iO acres brok- en, all fenced, house, barn and Sraiiary. JIJ.OO per acre. Kssy lenns can bp arranged. HOU.SES RENT Sherlock Building, Phone Mt ;