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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jinn? THE LBTIIBltlDGR DAILY 1IKKALD FWCMH Bill UPO DIE fend BMdftf N, OMI., JULY 37ih. 1910 tsiKh In ittUfylar fcotbt citnclloiu benefit 1 hue "Fruit a lifiloag sufferer from Chronic n, tbe onlr medicine I 4 to do me tor good n-4-t.frn''. Tb's medicine cured kUed. Also. 1 btd ievert atUeJc of cvupfod with XidtXY nut-a-lives" cured mt. when the RAI REVEALED 1 E How a Theft Was Untarlhed in a big London Hotel 10c B B B B B B B I Mw" ior.Cirotic Comtltwlfctt aad filidfer tod Kidncj TreubUs" JAKES DINCWALt. u the'onlr fatrficine IB ike wcfid of ftult jidtw-ai'.rt i> the jpcAteit kidney, bidder Itv cr taedlatt ever put on the 6 for fz.jo kite, At or postftid on [eceii tof prict by United. QtlMu. MAGRATH SQUADRON SHOWED UP SAY MORE RAlfc IS NEEDED Hurnlh, June "B" ton of the 23rd ASberu Bangers left thin mornlDi; at 3 o'clock (or ihe en- icampvnant at Calgary. The squadron fa r.etr to Uiis locality'and it is very or hptos complete. -The officers took the training course at Pln- Creelt Iwt winter have hfea boosting mud -Jiany- recruits were added. Lan night hi Ihe Electric Theatre T RJ gft en x faneu'ell military b j and thi Hangeis ID tull drees uniform mingling wild tbe weaker and fairer 'iex reminded one oC the historic ball ,ou ete of as expressed (ty ihe "Bright the lights shone o'er fair woman and brave men.'1 The I .will lail about two and town IT ill ho some n hat un4U the b.oys return. SitunM-y mord'Tit last Mary E. TomUson. president ot the Relief So- ciety '.of Matyalh, qjileily pas She been very sick for tome tttae hope was bald o'ii. All-lbe family at '.he bed- side she Uled. including i from City, Utah, who bad -been Eumcitfaed by telegram Mrs. Tarallfion one of MagrRlh's toble. women and and. tncr- Rttic sorter in tha organization oC she was -prectfenl. Her loss be felt the entire community extend lincewet symptthy to the be- reaved onei The mvlcea will he held today m the Electric The- atre. 2 o'clock! The are standing the dry well Aa a whole they baie a nood color b'it rain needed ;to live them the growl h. recmit" ahofffm baie helped, es- pecially the.heavj- ono On Monday, the fantera Though somewhat anxious, are Jllll hopeful of good crops. London, June ME rat j to be a sutfesslul detective elucidatmg tbe ol a robbery from the Berkeley hotel in Piccadilly oailj on the morning of .May J9, atid ihr. work the roiieal rsulttd yesterday in the amct ot Arthur James, one r> the At the tiuir wcea thp robbeiy was discovered tht night porteis were found bound ar.il gaggfd. Ihej were bleedicg severe IQ head, and one ol them was un- conscious. The sate IB the hotel ot- fice had opened anil inocej and to the guesxs were stoten James nas or.c ol the men 'ound 't1 restaurant, but ae was practically his companion was almost killed The ot Stollar.d Yard consistent- ly held to the theory that the rob- bery Mas commit ted through troll'J- sion on the inside. In accordance with this thcoiT James resumed his work and was ap- free From suspicion The Scotland Yard men salt! they had ghcn up hope of solving the and earned for thp privilege the third degree to James. Last a porier no- ticetf a rat crossing the restaurant. He chased it aad to'Jnd the hole in ihe roGcat sought refuge- The engineer was called ijp and after some work he found m a all the stolen checks, notes and gold. Other eudence secured at Ihe same time resulted in the airest ol James. The Qtlccthcs noup have tht com- plete story of the robhery ar.d the names ot the alleged participants, hut so far haic been unable to arrest three other men who nrc implicated in the jobbery as tLe evidence is slight. Tl.ey hope that James will lur.u state's eudtcce. The identity n! the others was es- tablished through a story toM by mati is hose daughter had run off with one oi thi1 men. The girl had notilied i.er father they were living ofi tho proceeds of the robbery. So far Scotland Yard has been un'able to locate the jewels Vtiicli were stolen A Line to the BIJOU THEATRE B Wise To-Night u B There The Chains of An Oath 10c 10c CAPTAIN PAWLING GIVES INTER- ESTING ACCOUNT OF PEO- PLE IN SOUTHWEST DUTCH GUINEA London, June Cecil G. Pawling, the explorer, htt recently given English scientists interesting J accounts of a new tribe of pygmies.! found by bis expedition In southwest) Dutch Guinea. These Httle people, as the average 4 feel S5; Inches In height. The> ere found itvtng In the bills .of Ncpare rfver. On ihe approach of the white, men they ran away, but tbe expedi- tion succeeded In capiurJng three whose curioBltj orouaht them camp. At first they were greatly frfghlenpd. but kindness won them over, and a fen1 months later tbe n- ploretK enabled to ealablUh trad- ing relalions with tbe tribe, and allowed to vlstt and slay in their of AVombirmi. Village In Fortst This village is hidden In ihe forest high up Ibe mountain aide, and fwas only found, after many fnittteES attempts. While 'no open hostility to the whites they were Today and Tomorrow T O D A Y THE GREATEST MYST6RY SENSATION OF THE CENTURY "ZIGOMAR" the molt Abounding AUrattion we havt Ever Shown. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES FOR THIS EXTRAORDINARY PROGRAM T O D A Y ALSO SHOWING Rosie's Revenge" Riotous Mixture of Mirth and Merriment OTHER-GREAT PHOTO- PLAYS DALLAS ROMANS will sing "PINKERTON DC.TECTIVE MOON'1 A Real Song Succeift cot exactly received open arms. at "thai time- The three thieves who aie still al large, arc continental crooks and two of them helotig to a particularly dangerous gang. Of thft women and chlfdren (hey nothing, but thcEr EhrlH cries could Toronto, June r.onier- ence should go on .record as unalter- ably oppostd to'the separate school system of thi> prorince, nt being at once discrimination against other religious bodies of the province, and a menace to our Protesiant ideale ol "Tbc time haa come ohe immor- fltity per ae must be included among the criminal offencts offered by Uis laws of o-.ir land. Consent at any age cannot condone the olfonce." By an unanimous vote the above re- solutions were carried by the Toronto Methodist conference this lainside on the approach of a (r. Describing the men Captain Rav- ing taken as a whole, that they nre well made and wiry, while their color ts a darX cbocolate. The hair, usually black, but soictllrnes with a ;ouch of brown or even red, is worn short- Many grow beards, the older men their red. Uke'aH na- live tribes they wear EecRlflts'Of'anl mal bbnes and other small- posses- sions. Tbelr only clothing 'conairts ot a covering around tbe ]olne. Are Well Advanctd ''Their houses and Bays Captain Hailing, "are. ably in of those of their large-framed brethren' of the plains. To the list of Negrito's, which with the Negrillo are tbe known tribes of pygmies inhabiting the earth, must now be added tbo newly discovered Irlbo of Taplros who, sb far as their stature is concerned, take rank next above the Congo The rare flavor and the sustaining 'qualities of Kellogg's Corn Flakes have made it "the favorite cereal of the people of North America. Look for this signature on the package. flcd QU'APPELLt MAN WILL BE WEST- ERN LIVESTOCK COM. M1S8IONER The Chlini of an Oith" it tilt Bijou Tonlflht Oat ot the" finest photo-plays pre- sented "in for some time will be tcraight showc at the Bijou, Tie Chains' ol a Russian. American in tn'o vig- orous reels, by the YiUeraph Co, a company well hnown In motloti pic- ture circles as high class producers. The two reels carry the entrance! audience to HuEEJa, graphically scrlbtar the tyranny ot Russian social conditions, back 1o America Tbe" subject is literally jammed Ttith dramatic sltiiatloas that bold the on> looktrfi entranced from beginning to end. The feature is a genuine treat, ard all thould mike aa effort to see it. The "Zlgomar" at SUrland To- Diy The great day at Slarland nas ar- rived. the invincible, the sensational, call him what you will, will positively be shown at each and every performance both today It'ts al- most an Impossibility to correctly cat- alogue the many breathless sensa- tions, the davcdciil episodes, and the Erira, sardonic grip which "Zlgomar" compals upon tbe attention of the audience, nut It Is a sure fact that IhU remarkable attraction will tlltnte the bigfesf event In the hli- Ottana, .lime 17. Official r.onncpmrnt was made by Hon. Mar- tin llurrcll, minister ot agriculture, today oi tne appointnient oi Dr. J. P. Creamer, ol Qn'Ap'pellc, as rcpuseolalhe oi the livi stock branch tot the department o! agriculture. Tim office Is a new one ar.ri the official designation of Dr. Creamer has not been decided but he will MVely be known as wes- tern live stock commissioner. Dr. Creamer is an oH timer in Western Canada, having come Irom Middlesex County, Ontario, which was his birthplace, to tl.e west I'D 1882. 110 GIRLS -ME St. Louis, June lelftphons operators in the employ of the South- western Telephone (Bel.) struck hero shortly after 10 o'clock Ihla morning About glrlB were employed. OfficlalB or the comptny said Ihal 1sas than fllly cent of tho girls work, b.it union a ay the air Ike affected ail the Bell ex- changes In tho The lines are now tfEectftd. DOMINION DAY SPORTS LETHBRIDGE JULY ht, 1913 Exhlbltlan Groundt 1 pm. Opfn to All imitenr stbletts fn (fce Fire hundred dolUn will flren uray fn prlMB. Admlitlon Me PROPOSED PROGRAM 100 yardi 1-2 }2Q yards throw Shot put One Mile MO yards Pole Vault. Running High Jump, 5 mile run (to be run in the morning the Ht down tffwn) I mile relay (four men) Tug of War (five men to pull on elect i) time- limit. LOCAL EVENTS Obttade race for Id. Nail Driving race for glrli under II. Old Man'a rice (50 and over) 60 Fat Win's race (200 Ibe. and ovtr) 60 Meier Cycle raoe tnfriei for tventt will ooiUlvetx eltie taturdiy, Junt 28th. AddrtH all to V, RT Qllmore, Y. M. C. A., retary 6f thi CommfUet. ory of popular Slarland. The man-j bae decided to keep tbe price I if admtEsIon the same standard as' usual, thereby enabling everybody ol his oae and only opportunity to ness the exhibition ncre ot the mystery ever secured bj Starland. A number of splendid photo-plays will be Included In the programme, comedies of the laughiestl variety, our system by the NEAL Treatment, Al! that is requir- ed Is an Initiative action by you In coming to our rr.Mllute. Tho Koal Treatment consists ot a purely vegetable compound tak- en Internally, no in- jections being employed. When the patient leaven the Institute ne Is completely restored to health {n bolb body and nifnd. Tho Neal Treatment for the Drue Habit Is Just as efficient but requires longer time, (or "A Little Journey to Tlie Inilllutts" by Elbert Hubbtrd. NSA1. INSTITUTE. MO )3th Ave. Phone W46S6 Monarch centi 10 ccnti TOMORROW JOHN BUNNY WILL BE AT HOME AT THE Grand Bread THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY In Charming Playlst Ten of Two Reels lucky 55 worth each. Coupons told, ccnil 10 cintl more tban favorably nith any professional company r.otv on tour. Seats are on sale at the .Mason Rlsch piano store. Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75c. Secure your seats as there Is certain to be a big demand. Mala Mo'.ion Picture at the The most raagnificenl motion picture ever made "The Fall oi n two parts, le the great headltner at tMs theatre. In thU great reproduction of tbe TrojAn war, sre to be seen one thousand armed gladlntorg A PARIS BANDIT Montreal, June A prisocer arrested by the -Montreal police an suspicion of having stolen 44000 worth of Jewelry which he nos offering to: pale on tho streets, has been Identified by the Xew York police aa -Ar mand Paunchet, member of thi Paris gang or automobile bandlti. Ha s wanted In France tor' crimes nnd proceedings are now Eft-Ing on looking to his extradition. conflagrations, stowing tbe giftnl: wooden horea captured by the and tbe sortie In the dead, of night by (he soldfprs concealed fn the animal, ]vr1io set fire to the city; tho terror of fair Helen (the cauce of tho as tier husband, at the head of Iho a'enging Greeks "destroys the Tro- jans with, fire and anord, and kills Paris her lover, and a multitude of azing and exciting incidents, all depicted in photography, tinted and toned compare. This film causes any 'other subject heretofore produced by an> manufact- urer in the world, lo pale Into Insigni- ficance, It represents one of the most stirring episodes in the history "of the world. Is educational and Inter- esting In Ihe highest degree, and should be Fecn by every, teacher and acholar .n the cHj. Irene Allen, who dally adds to her popularity, will again delight uur patrons Kith tbe latest and In the land of sonji. You don't often run Up against such an opportunity as this. Wo ha'vc acres south of Chin, svllti 420 acres under cultivation. Good build- ings, etc, 531.00 balance one-half crop. HOUSES TO RENT DONSley-Nullitrii Sherlock Building, Phone ;