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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, J'uhte 1U13 THE LETHBRIDGjB DAILY HERALD THE GREATEST YET ZIGOMAR WE ASSURE OUR PATRONS "ZIGOMAR" IS THE' AT USUAL PRICES OUR CROWNING TRIUMPH ZIGOMAR J 3 BIGGEST ATTRACTION WE HAVE EVER SECURED 'yCOOU Embreit Program it up to a Starda not dovm to a price. r SEVEN GREAT PICTURES hlfth class beautifully J staged drama....... j Really Magnificently Colore i Pictures Entitled I AND Grand'Cla LAKE AN 'EASTERNER'S PERIL SERGEANTS STRIPES Two Splendid D 'SKIRTS BOY FROM THE EAST ITwo Genuine Outrageously -Funny Comicalities IRENE ALLEN will sing- OF LOVE" BLfQU.THEATREI Monday and Tuesday Patfie Weekly TOPICAL She- Slept Through It All A LAUaKABLE COMEDY COMpDY FEATURING! KING BAGQOT Range Law A DIAMOND "S" WESTERN FEATURE The Hash' House Count A LUBIN LAUGH WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY CHAINS OF AN OATH" Two-ftt'il Vltajraplx Maiterplccc in.. Ask Us for Particulars Any man cr woman vidSdicted to the liquor haW! 'cm cutty- free Ihemi wives mi ftlimfntto at of al- eofcolism from their the NEAL Treatment. Our faith in jthe Neal Treatment U Illustrated by read- ItifBi to ntund the money Vhen the pltlent Ifivira the lastUdie- If bs or] IB not latlsfied. Tbe Treatment. not con- tain Hypodermic Injections and leavts no bad after effects. It 'is a purely compound taken and icU on the entire clear- ing and strensthenlns nerves and braid. for tlie Drug HabU is as as the treat- ment for the- Drink -Habit, but takes longer.' 1 Aik Jor "A Little Joizrrwy to The Inttltutea" by ElbeA Hubiara. NEA1- INSTITUTE 820 Thlrttetith Ave. Calgar Phone CdAonton, farmers ted producerM bo admitted to tbe eMc fary C. Larkin. of Hiddletonn, left 1250, the residue of an estate at 000, Is left to the widow, Mrs, Marj T. LarfclD, cl No. 119 West 329ih street. Of Mrs. William J. Mr. said iu his will: 1-l lea've to her only for ihe reasou that while I fully and generously given to her a father's care 'acd protection from her birib, duricg her entire mic and many years thereafter, she has for many jr-aVs past been iacktog Iu lUe affectioa ami eoiicilude which a cbiM should for .a purcnl, she had ou many occasions done all thai laid wUbin power to Ireat reEpcctfully 'my beloved wife [the only mother ehe knew) and myself, re s of the fact known fuH well to her lhax my wife (as npeH as mjself) had rcadc many sacrificea for her of it character ivhlch should com- mand from her a greater share affection and eateem than ordinary promplinps nbieh the htart of a child should for its }Ier con- icmpt for m> beloved and my at her marriage, ahe Ig- nored and by her secretive methods prevented our attendance been EO disposed) on ihe occasion ol her marriage, and the furlher" facJ that ou such occasion she Etirrousdec herself with many persons who (o her positive knowledge had done all with in their power to injure acd harm her father and his was but the clE mas to many acts of indifference ant disrespect she had sbOR-n. us for years Her conduct has been eucli that she has forfeited any possible she- might have upon me, and for the rea. sons enumerated. It Is my express will that neither she nor any ot he offspring of cer marriage to the sail William J, Bedford nor the offspring t hind axle of tlio Ford is a.masterpiece. "So arc the other nil parts ihaf make the complete cur. But it's the result obtained by the harmonious working of nil its parts that has made the Ford "] More than Forda now In vincing evidence of wo'uderful merit, Kunabout, Touring Car, Town Car o. b. .Walkerrllle with all W. R. VIKTtJK venue South, Lethbrldgo of any future marriage such event) shall in by her any mance share in my estate, except-the" sum mentioned." Anarchy Prevails in Mexico Recent Loan Will Help Some Mexico Cuy.'June tae three noQtbs General Kuerta has beea pro- ildeot of Mexico he has made no sub- stantial bead way 23 air 51 ihe rebels, according to tbe optDtocs of clote and mpartial observers of tbe sUuatloa la bis republic. Unless there Is made a idlcal change in the conduct of tbe .government'i campaign agaiast its enemies, or unless the rebels become muob weaker than they are loday, tor- elgn observers believe tbat Huerta have great difficulty iu restoring to Ifextco. As fo: the rebels. .hey1 hdtre atronser TRUTH IS OUT AS TO AILMENT OF SPAIN'S SECOND PRINCE .Madrid, June Infante Don Jaime, second son-of lhc King and Queen of Spain, now five jcars old, was born deaf and dumb. f For a long time no one Ih'e palace knew of the infirmity and there It Tvas scarcely mentioned except in The late Premier Senor Canalejos announced two years that the Utilo prince had a form of tuberculosis which prevented him from hearing or talkfng. His lack.of hearing was proxen by mating a. loud noise suddenly near the boy. He did not move." Although three years ot age at that lime he had never uUered sound, and already bad, the fixed look and strange behavior Character- iatfc of the deaf and dumb. Spanish specialists adjudged him Incurable- One of them performed a difficult op- eration without beneficial reaull. The child Vias sent to tbe sanitarium oi a celebrated phjsiciao fn Switzerland, bill he returned In the same condition ns before. Don Jaime at present U under the care of Valcnclan ouns whose ralseion in life Is to educate the deaf and dumb. since Huerta became preal- dent, and notv there Is scarcely a Elate la Tvhich their mobUe columns have act bttn operating In defiance of tlie government's superior arma- ment and organization. "The country Is plugged in anar- ftid "El a pro-govern- ment recently. "Brigandage In' a Urge portion ot the national territory; defeated in one place, the bands reappear la another, and they 'carry their audacity to the point. of defying tbe federal divisions their headquarters The ueual esprtfslon of the local' papers, eter, Is ol a different character. For tie most part' thej reflect the care- lully studied tone of tha at the nai local palace, who ol dtkatE, administered here and there, ar.d otten fail to tutfce say menttoo at all of rebel The Military OperitfW Tha military operations of the gov- ernment been divided Into three general campaigns, oae ID the south against the folionerB'of Zapata, con- ducted by General Juvencio Robles; another "tthose centre is Guaymas, In Sonora, and the tbird, directed from against ihe rebels operating In the states of Conabuila, Leon and Tamauljas. In addition to these defined campaigns the mcnt'lroops are riding here and there over a, doien states, forcing their way from one p'olr.t to another, only often to find, when arrive at tnelr llnation, tbat Ihe rebels have cut in behind them, or have torn tho coun- try to pieces oa either side of tbalr line of march. Opposed to Ihe rebels Js the army Huerta, a more numerous tton iban any Mexico nas ever seen. But In IU ranlsB as "volunteers" are ffands of men "recruited11 from the J A Bijou Remedy for the Crumps Have got ihem? They Inflict jou mostly Jn the evening you sit aroucd the house, with >our mind on the- affairs of the day. What >ou need Is a HUte mental re- creation. You want to forget >our b'jsineis and a'nd tbe best way to do so Is to pick yourself up and come to the Bijou. An nour sptal here ttlll freshen you Bother an old picture show, may he TO'jr say. That's aU right, if moUng pJcturcB don't interest you, Is proba- bly because you have seen only poor ones presented Improperly, or else you have 'an Idea thai they are Intend- ed for people Inferior. My, you've a lot to learn. If auch thoughtg as these are 'itf1 jour bead. The kind of piciuros, and the way they are put on at tbe Bijou are pot like others. We will guarautec 10 make sou see this amusement In a DUMA IS TOO GAY St. Petersburg, Junc complete breach has holv, een the Rus- sian government and the Duma. Mem- bers of the cabinet announced today that neither the ministers nor the hcaritf of dop-ir line nig will appear In tho house are estab- lished under svhfch representatives of the government will bo secure from insuit by tho members of JAPAN WOULD RENEW TREATY tt'ashinglOTi, Juiie Chlnda, the Japanese ambassador, bris advised Secretary Urjan that Japan Is willing to renew for another period of five years her arbitration treaty wlttt lhc United States by limitation August 2' different way if jou TVIH come to the Bijou. Consider just a moment. TVe offer ou an hour find twenty minutes of entertainment for 10 cents. Surely jou are not a spendthrift "nhefi you "loosen up'' to the extent of a dime. Do joa give aaj thought to tbe dtmcs you spend during the course of a dar 'or a little indulgence. Certainly not! Well, you are cheating yourself by missing the Btjou shows. Try It to- night; see ff you don't feel b'eJter af- by the way, bring [he wife, too. She desenee U. Notr.el Right? Xomel shall be his name here. has stolen from the very" bank that now employs employed him oa Ms Is. You Bee, the president-of tbe-bank some faith still in his erring employe and when Kernel finished hi3 "Urns" for the theft, the official gave him another chance.- You vlH sec from Oiis that it is aquarely up lo Nome] to keep straight vindicate the president's fatib in him. But at th'e" bank none of his asso- ciates have, any faith in N'orael, any patience or symrathy with him.- Ex- Tbo exception we calJ s of the country and from pris- oners captured in bailie. The recent success of the government in secur- ing a loan, will enable It to pay its soldiers, buy ammunition and other supplies, and otherwise conduct ils military campaigns with greater energy. As a result conditions in Mcx ico arc bound to be disturbed for some Utnc 'to con-.e. TO IN Ottawa, Juno busings of attracting immigrants to "Canada has herelofore- hccn a combination pro- anda on lhc parl govern- metit and the railways. A new ar- rangement is about to be enleredj whereby the ratlnayfl" will confine Ih'ilr effotts to tho tourist traffic, Iho more profitable end of Ihe business and the government will alone attend to the Immigration propaganda. It will augment its worV, however, (o Include not onl> homesteaders hut factory men and merchants. Hereto- fore Ihe railways have particularly looked after this latter class. HON. JAS. YOUNG'S ESTATE Toronto, June Jas Young o! Oak. former provincial treasurer ot Ontario, who dtad recently, left an cslale of To the town ot OMl lie and rjenueete to charity figure largely. to church funds and for. a mortuary chapel "in Gait cemetery Is left The reat goes to tho family and relatives. Seven men were ordained ministers oi lhc Methodist church al London, Ont., by President McAllister ol the To Our Friends and Patrons fo iinnounrc tlinl we will NOT bo in 11 position u> re-, (ail on June itiili, as rumored, btil Commence July 16th her aiiiiounceinent will be published shortly. Frache Broi Ife is paying teller at- the bank, a man -with a most responsible position a and ab'e Is -the girl Nome! loved before' his fall from grace anc child. Uc proves a _truE friend to Xomel. Xomel dtEcovers that1 Hart is lol iog in bis d-Mauilirg The bank president finds large sums missing. He starla 'an' investigation and Hart decides to confess, But Xomel pushes him aside and confesses "eierjtbiag'' to the presi- dent, Tbat official Is and Xomel Is returned to the dungeon! omel diri-not CATC, as he had no .great future anyway, He knejr ,tbat Hart bad-future, wife, and 'baby! Did Xomel do right? Belter bave_a look cnlltled "For Another's in two in two reels The story car-, rles the enraptured onlooker 10 RUE-J lo America and to HuesSa in, and tbo'jgti feelings of tlon owing to the ble nature cf tbe oath, the culmination! brings happiness and satisfaction to e audience. In addition to iho above feature, excellent comedies win be shown, king a well-balanced ot real merit Priceg fcr this be the same: ten cenls to all. StLven Great Ptcturee at tlie Emprcsi The prosracime at the Empress is an great one, consisting of seven really grand pictures. ".Her Sister" is a very' finev and excellent drama by die Rex Is of alto- thor exceptional interest. Two other splendid and exciting dramas arc "The Easterner's Peril' and "His Sergeant's both of the very best class. beautifully colored films of "PhSlemon and the delightful old classic story, acd "Lake a magnificent scenic production, are of the best of their fcind and delight all.- "Pantaloon SbirU" and "The Boy from the arc Uo of the most laughter and fun provoMng comicali- ties every produced al any picture house, and will set up ihe smiles for Ihe grand opera for A 3eason, anfl vaude- ilie Is the gainer thereby. Miss Lew- s' voice Is a mezzo-soprano, one of hose big round nith perfect enutic'ation, and her BOag vlille not classical in. thr. least, gives scope to her extra- ordlnavi talent. This" summer Misa IE ECCS abroad to .study during her vacation, after v.-hich she will re-enter tho opera field again. Miss Ireoc Allen, who met with a most gratifying reception on Saturday night, nill again delight our patrons I by singing "The Harbor of anc complete one of the best programmes ever shown. Thanhouaer reels at Starlaud and tonae-prow, today Powerful Feature at the Bijou Wed- and Thursday One of thn greateEt features jet pro- duced by the world-famous Vtlagraph will be 'weBenled at the Bijou on Wednesday and Thursday of next week: "The Chains of an e DYSPEPSU TABLETS if YifN to Mr b only one for the numbers of fntliti'stottc letters tint nfa-Dru.Co js R success rj can only corne to an 10 t: DniggisJ aliont Na-pru-Co S'A Tablcis, tompayidtA Drug and of TJtnited, aold thQ Doflthafrs it 50c. a tor yotir 1 The Greatest Pfctures Ever Prcduced .Ml the dog? wlilch "Paul J. Hainoy took with IHm on his bunting expedf-1 lion lo Hritish East Africa, motion pictures of which will be exhlbl.efi at the Majestic, July 1 to 3, were picked uy nlfh great care. The main pscfe consisted of bear hounds that had been trained In the cane-breaks of Mississippi. They nre ganjo dogs, willing and Quick (a action, and they possess enough sense to keep out of reach of Iheir quarry at limes when another breed of dog inould be ripped to pieces. Mr. Ralney bad always found them invaluable, and.saw no reason why they should not be just as Valuable in an African jungle as in a cane-brafce. The second set of dojs werc.mon- fcrel In breed, but scrappers of lhc vicious sort. The laller, form- ing on Auxiliary attack, bore tbe brunt of Ihe wllh tbe lions and did the actual tackling, the others confin- ing their work; to taking up the trail and running the beasts to cover. These would he called off Iho lion was ready for a tight, and then the mongrels were unleashed, and plunging into the fray would tacklo the king of beflMs with the. ferocity of bull dogs. One or two of them were killed, but all the bear hounds escap- ed uninjured, ''Whose Little GM Are YouT' at the Majestic Virginia Lewis, prlroa donna with VWhose LUllc Ctrl Arc which' will ho ftl tho Majestic on Fri- day And Saturday next, a voice that bas not been equalled In any of tho vaudeville houses In tho country- Miss Lowis lasC season was h the Chicago Grand'Opera Co., at the Auditorium, in. Chicago, where "of tbe' attraction, her. By persuasion and the promise of A very remunera Mha Lcnls wag coaxed out of REPORT ON TOWN PLANNING TO TAKE JN OTTAWA AND HULL Ottawa, June np'rhe government's scheme of city planning to embrace Ottasra and Huli, the full test of the communication of Ibe Minister of Finance lo the mayors cf both cities niadc public yester- day. Accompanying the letters was a copy of ihe order in council, dated June 5, giving a gsneral outline of the proposal. Briefly, an honorary commission of fiiv Is (o be appointed, of which the two mayors are to be members, and the olher city planners ot recognized standing. They are to have plans pre- pared lor tbe systematic beautifies-' tion and development of the cities along most modern lines at regards parks, boulevards, location und public building and facilities for traffic ant! ransportation. To this end not only .he two cities but the govemmeul commission- and the ,transportation corapauies are expected to co-operate. tbe cost ot preparing the plans s to be'borne by the" cittea and, .he other half by ihe government. EMBASSIES WERE NOTIFIED'OF'MURDER London, ,lune despatch to a news agency from Constantinople says the conspirators connected with the assassination of the" Grand Vfaer went so far as to notify cwtain, of -he foreign embassies of, the Impend- ing outrage, afiurlog of the safety of foreigners, and Inviting them eventually (o land troops. The des- patch adds tbat the embassies failed lo take notice of the communication. You don't often run Up againeCaudi an' opportunity We haic south or chin, wirn 42u acres under Good build- ings, 931.00 each balance "one-half crop.' HOUSES Bowsley-lylfiefii M CL Sh-rleck Bulldina, Phone 344 ;