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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 14. RK LKTJIJUUDGE DAILY 1IKRALD Page S coot. GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM AT THE EMPRESS COMFORT The Empress Progiam is up to a Standard, not Down to a Price. "OUT OF THE of Itic srealesl ami most reuisrk- Two-Keel rVaturo ever .I'ratwcd, Depicting Ciiuiinll Life lu the most thrilling .Manncv. FOUR OTHER GOOD PICTURES HISS IRENE ALLEN Will Sing "The Old Girl of Mine." COOLEST ANLI MOST COMKMlTAHl.i: IIOI'SK IN TOWN Extraordinary Attraction Carnegie Alaska-Siberia Expedition ROPING BIG GAME ATOP THE WORLD Thrilling 'in the Land of tne Midnight Sun. The Sen- satlgn ol the Amusement World. SEE THE WONDERFUL DIVING BEAR Hunting Polar Bears, Moose and Mountain Sheep within degrees of the North Pole. Hand to Hand Battles with the Ferocious Monsters of the North XCW YORK 1'HKSS: "Wonderful Uejoud Comparison." Monarch Theatre To-night NO ADVANCE IN PRICES FOR THIS GREAT FEATURE WILL BE NliED COUNCIL DISCUSSED THE. ESTI- MATES AND STRUCK OUT AUTO APPROPRIATIONS After cousldorlcg the eitua- lion last night the cd'juell turned to a consideration of the debenture eatt- malts for the year is recommended by the committees, and It not long in doubt that luxuries were to be dispensed with for tola ;ear, for tmc of tie first ItpmB en- countered on the- Works and i'roperty list uas for a roadster motor; It rccehed an icy welcome, being forth- with stricken from tbe 1'st. A few other Items of a luxurious nature vere 1 alf.o blue-pencilled, bMl the council got as far as items for water and setter extensions ieally needed, a halt called, acd before any fur- ther consideration Is by the council as a whole, the various com the Mijemc The Bell Hop, tbe third o! tin. ser- es of plays that started bionth ago at the Majestic, piayed to a rather slim bouse last evening play was full of comely, togeth er "some good hits s-jch is. "It's nice to be In Love on a Ixnel; and "I'm the Kid from the liowery." The comedy well handled, by J. W. Kierett, as "611m Knough." a coon and IJJL, as (he "Bell Hop." A n.ale quartotlc composed of Rood delighted the audience with their The flay' will be repealed tonight. ar.il those wbo want to a good laugh should attend. KITS, EDUCHTIOIt. MZDICIHE. SCiEHCE. Including EROIREEIJHO Krtt Summer Scsiton 2 to 16 HOME STUDY Artt coarie N by t erf oipotlocd, Itudtili BUt O.Y. CKOWH Kit CM. JNIVERSIH ONTARK MAJESTIC THEATRE Imlllees will meet and sift the vheal from the chaff. The mayor chained Positive Riot of Comedy ,t S.arland that while it might be deemed proper later to consider a miration plant and land. will be shown tation, he [and positively the funni Coining Next Sure. For the last times at Star- !s honesib iest and icost ZIGOl extensions to the pumping s, belieicd the city he assured of 1'Mlcrous farce comedy tnaJe by Us financial posllion before taking film manufaclurer in the anv important steps toward expendl- him In question Is 'That Ragtime tures on lirce works ot this nature. Band." and it sure Is "some baud. contains themselves for the present! Ust night's audience bowl- smaikr eipenilitures on light. ,ed and screamed genuine laugh- sewcr and water would ter. Never before In the history of be revenue producing. I'lclwea at Starland, have ratrons been so convulsed with merriment. The management of Starlacd positive- ly suarantee thai this is the greatest. laughiest, screamicst fun producer Incy have ever been fortunate enough to book, and strongly boost H to all of the ntlarlons. On the same programme is also le- ing shown "Bread Cast Upon lha Wa one of the beet two reel features LAST STRETCH OF DELIMITATION ,he This production contains Mining Chemical Civil Mechanical Electrical Applied EN GIN EER ING Geology TO-NIGHT THAT CLKVKK MUSICAL EXTHAVAUASZA "The Bell Hop" SPARKLING SONGS AND DANCES. ONE PERFORMANCE AT 8.45 P.M. PROMPT PRICES: -25c, 35c. iOc, Sears Now on Sale at Mason 4: Pur.o Store. KINOS1QN OfSTARTO ILL COMMIE HE about through the inslrutnen allly of the Ill-treated slcr'on In a I most efreclhe manner. The Greatest Mystery Sensation of tlic Age. LITTLE VILLAGE WAS DESTROYED BY FIRE Winnipeg, June to the continued drought bush fires are do- Ins a lot of damage along the north Ehore of Lake Superior, ar.tl yester- day afternoon one of those east "of Chapleau on' the main line of the "Canadian' Pacific; railway' enveloped destroyed the hamlet of Bisco. burning down tbe railway station, the Eloman Catholic church, a store-and the few small houses vvhieh comprise that settlement. Train operation was carried on with difficulty and wire communication between eastern and western Canaaa vas completely sus- WORK IS TO BE TACKLED THIS YEAH Vancouver, B'. 0., June D. o( Ottawa, uho lias charge ol Iho Alaska boundary suney, said to- day Eceno after scene of tremendous dra- matic Interpretation, scnsallocal and spectacular battle scenes, and has charming and delightful story pervading tbrougliout the whole ac lion. Anothe Uetecll her'great pholo-plav, "The Git ive's the pic This season will probably witness ture programme; and Miss Dallas Ro Hie completion ot the survcv ol the Alaska boundary line along the Hist Meridian iiou Mount St. Klias to the Arctic Ocean, separating 'Alaska flora the Yukon territory. The work from the Yukon to the pcnded ior some lime. A situation ,yrcijc ,vaj finished last year, which was by a fire at Ed--! iast gap now beinR covered by p; en Valley, Minn, a station ot the representing lire United Stiffs Line, a subsidary of tbe Canadian Dominion government is only 8 mans fills the bill with another of hei winiung'numbers.; T _ BIJoy'-Theatre A comedy progra.'nime almost etch Eively will tie tonlgU presented at th THE FUNNIEST COMEDY EVER SHOWN "That Ragtime Band" YOU WILL LITERALLY HOWL WITH SCREAMS OF LAUGH- TER AT THIS "BAND" Ranchman's Mother-in-law" Is a scream anil the imaginary lady ruly a terror and horrifies the lowcicr, all is cleared up to the' satisfaction of all concerned. Dallas Romans "THAT TEXAS GIRL" SINGING ANOTHER BIG SONG SUCCESS A Special Feature "Bread Cast Upon the Waters" A Stirring and Sensational War Stcry Enacted by a Tremendous Cast in over 100 Big Scsrwi. "The Girl Detec-1 tive'sRuse" A "Sleuth" Story With j a Fascinating Plot CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL 'EXHIBITION The popular Diiou. Our old fricnrj John tart- 'in the mirth producer "Freckles': to..great acliantnge, and cific auJ which normally jjro- vldes an altcrnatiro telegraph route to eastern Canada. VICTOR OPERA RECORDS Purple Label 12-inch SI.SO each, 10-inch 9Oc. each 7H73 RitjolelloQuarJct 7I8361 Lucia Sextet 7MM Travialf. (The Oat ol Whan 1 7M85 Louise (EitircceihtDiY) 7W8B Die bfW7 Faust Tib flora PIJTDD Scene lO-inch Double Sided Victor Records, 9Oc. for the two selections turn f Talcs of Hoffman. Bircarolle IFattrjilzlScIcclicin 14811 Oh Joy he ii Saved (Trovaloro Heme la on .Movoliini (Lucia, H pallor funeslo ILucia, Sulla lomba lO-lncli Reiord, Price 7S Cents Anvil Chorud II Tioniote Call on any "His Mallei's Voice" dcalci in any city in Carada and he will gladly play jour favorite opcialic iclcct'ons on llic lamou) Vicltola. Ait (or a free copy of cur 300 pag1. Muiical F.ncyclopidia, listing ovei 5.000 Viclor Records. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., Limited MONTREAL Ihe two Lubin-'c'oniprjles, "Collecting miles long. It cMends through the the "Rest are white Hiver and Chitiana River riis-jtwo screams. The ever-popular G .M. tricls. Anderson aVpears in a th-illlng west- _ltrn feature "Droncno Billy's' Last completing'alpros'ramme of un- excelled merit. It is Ihe desire of the manaBenicnt to make the Bijou "the" picture house of the- and it is with this end In thafsuch pro- grammes are secure das the above. i 4 Monarch Theatre At the Monarch Theatre tonight, one of the most wonderful pictures yet shown in Lelhbrldgc.will be pre- sented: "CarneElc-Alcska Siberia Ei- peditien. Roping Big Garae Atop of the World." Tills feature 'is nearly 6000 feet long, and from start to fin- ish maintains the most strenuous In ItTet. Inlimate views are obtalnet of'bear, valrus, seals, mountain sheep and all the varieties of beasts tha Inhabit the Polar regions. Etcite ment reigns supremo from start to finish, and solid eaterlalnm'ent i. guaranteed worth double the price o admission: 10 cints for children and 15 cents for adults. Mason 404-5th St, S., Bryan Block Viclor Vitloi Optra LutyM.nh Florence Lcrabcil Murf riy CITY WILL RELINQUISH 47 ACRES OF PARK AND BUY IT BACK Otlava, Out., June J3 order in council has teen passed at the re- quest of the city ol Prince Albert, setting aside 'lor industrial purposes a tract of fortr-seven acres of land, being a portion of sope acres ranted lo the tcmn in trust m N'o- lor park puiposes. The land roust T.ist te' surrendered o' thc'Dominion government nhcn it d-ill be withdrawn fiom the opera- ion ol too ouler-in-council passcrt in S87 .and sold to the city at cur- ;nt rate of }3 per acre. RAYMOND Raymocd, June riends of Maratda AKen are de ightrd to hear tbat Ihe has gone to Jtah (o be motTicd. They also wish hat slie TVOuTd-reiurn and make her home but somewhere around Ogden, Utah, on (he McKay farm will ihe nestle. Miss nas been for the list jear stenographer at Iho Bcink of Montreal, is learing. She 1s goins .o Vancouver for a year or more, and ihen sbe is going to return to the old country by way of Raymond. >tisa made many fileiuls wliiie in Raymond and will be misled in aoclfil circles. John PC rrie. deputy ininlEtcr ot mnnlclpalittps, is as In lonn in answer to a petition sent to (lie department WINNIPEG, July S to Ifi The West Premier LIVE STOCK snow Fair Rules and Generous Prizes. in Prizes, Purses, and _ Amusements Entries Clb.se June 21 il frontier Days' Exposition The iiesl. attraction ever brought 'to any Western Bthib- illon or Fair. Hacking Bronchos Horses. Ro-jghriders. The violent, the startling. Thrill- ing Indian scenes. Bee tbis Ihrill- ing Ereclacle at the Winnipeg' Exposition SirWm. Whyle, President. W. H. Evanson Treasurer. F. J. C. Cox, Vice-President. A. W- Bell, Secretary GET THE BIJOU THEATRE .TONIGHT A rip-roarliig, rousing comedy, that irill givei you'the-largest, iongest, loudest laugh ot your life. "FRECKLES" Featuring John Bunny A Rib Cracking, Phunny Pliilm tlial uould mate a Mummy Latgh and you'll lend a Joyous laugh vourseir. "THE REST CURE" A Comical Kihnization Full of crisp mirth and jollity. A wild- ly laughable Photo-i-'ay that's a scream all the t'me. "COLLECTING THE BILL" A Masterpiece of Photography mide by one of tbe leading film manufacturers and full of s'nap- and vim. "BRONCHO BILLY.'S LAST DEED" _ night at the worth-while BIJOU Pianos 17 Western Branches; Phone 791 "Zlgomar" the Invincible Coming SUrlind Nest-Wednceday and Thurtdav be big days at Starland, when th much heralded "Miomar" will be th principal attraction. It Is almost a imposslbilltv lo fully deec-rlbc. many 'thrills, seniittoni, and Intense! moments cor.lained In but U Is sufficient to that local Ihe- atre have never before had an opportunity erf -nilncsilng Biich a strangely myBterlouis, enticing, and out of Iho ordinary attraction. "Zlgo- ir.ar" days at SUrlaud will be real Dig days, for It Is the Intention of the management lo add lo Ihe program several new and noval attractions, In- cluding the special StarlanrJ concert orchestra, which made such a decided hit recently. "Zlgomar" will bo shown for sure on Wednesday and Thursday nevt, and patrons of Starland are ai surcd It Ss really a genuine headline attraction. 9 Great Picture at the Emprett Tho neeX-end program provlrjed 'or the patrons of this picture house is indeed one of great excellence. Tho special tuo-reel Mllano feature "On of the Depths" being a really firs class photoplay, both as to acting scenery and excitement. The sub- ject Is handled In a masterly manne and the situations arc moat sensa llonal, and the repentance and alone ment of. the revengeful convict beln most dramatic. All people- who deltgh In sc-olDg a really good picture pla of tho best kind should certainly this clever picture. Another excollcnt drama, ful tells tiow the accfdenta wrong mlslng of medicine proves th means of reuniting Iho old lovers. In FJrutal tbe pu Ishment of cruelly and villainy in regards to money matters anil licenses. Ed. Fulnier, Sr. and Jr., have gone down just Routh of Medicine Hat to go on their Messrs. -Wride, T. 0. King, Wiesenbnck and Uectl Can! oSu Taher in the tercEts, of the Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs, B, S. Young of Lcth- ridge were visitors to town on eaday. John Revill and fieorge Green ere in town on business Thursday The accident which Mr. Speakman ne of o-jr local school teachers, met Ith last Is more serious than as at first supposed. He Is yet un- able to attend to his duties In the school joom.' Jlrs. Joseph llarfcer of Cardston Is with parents. Mrs. Fred Burton of Cardston spent last Tuesday with her mother. Miss Elheljn Young has cone to CarrjEton to spend her, vacation. iiEEes Jiaydell and Lila Cozier ore leaving for Utah, where they will speud the summer months in school, returning here about Sept. 1 for the opening of the Academy. f II. S. Allen has gone lo the Uni- versity of Utah to attend summer school. He will be liack in August to tench In the Academy. The Kajmond elite who attended ORRINE CURES DRINK HABIT So uniformly successful has OR- IUNE been in restoring the victims of the "Drink Into sober and use- ful cl.feons and BO slrong Is our con- fidence in its curallvc powers tbal nant to emphasize the fact that. OK- RINB is sold under tMj positive guar- antee. If, after a trbl, iou get no enefit your money will be, refunded. flUINE costs only Jl.OO rer boi. 6k for Freo Ilooklet. Red Cross Drug Store, Limited, cadia Block. M. K. KAAKE, Opposite Alosnndra Hotel CARE AND CLEANLINESS ic bachelors ball Thursday night in agrath were: Sir and Mrs. Cros- II, .Mils Maydell and Lila Ca'zler, liss Wasrjen, .Miss 3IIss. Vhltbeck and Miss MeQvrtjr and leasts. Koclcback, Skouson and Sel- ian. AH enjoyed a fiuc timo. I You don't often run Up against such an opportunity as "this.'-We.have lilC acres south of Chin, witfi 4SD acres iinrjer cultivation. Oood build- Infi, etc. .balance one-half crop. HOUSES TO RENT ini .Co. Sherlock Building, Phofie ;