Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
.hum llUft TIII; DAILY Paj-c Last times to-day The Sensation of the Year 7IGOMAR Macleod Canadian Society ol Equity Subscribers Receive Jolt News ol Junction Town BIJOU I0c toe toe ioc IDC BIJOU 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c iOc IOc 10c 10c Packed last night Well, i should say so; but you can see "The Chains of an Oath" again to-night. It's your last 'chance. lOc 10c 10c 10c lOc 1Qc 10c 10c 10c 10 ccnlt 10 cenli CKAS. DICKENS "PICKWICK PAPERS'1 AT THE BIJOU THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JOHN BUNNY IN THE TITLE ROLE 10 cents 10 centi Mlcleod. Ahl, Jum- 17 -r. 1'aied ibt butldlr- Eta- plre Howl, recently by J, Ewlrmarton from Jici ID a raorl- sale, and will la the restaurant and rooming boiie tus- iceis. II. A. Walters, o! He Waimu Heal Estate, agency, has left on a motor trip through the Neil Hiss (o Kerote. He at all along 'be read to tell property In a local a-jfcilnliiOD. and ;IH probibly be away a month. In 130S a farmers' roni.inj orraed In Macleod. slMing themsehes lie Canadian Eocleli of acd their chief purpose lo bjild a re a'l acl ol z vtrj On J E esterday will be at -that ever popular theatre for the lul times' today. Slarland vas crowded to KB utmost capacity Ust nltfit at each performance, many iwple being unable to gain admission owing lo the large crowds. In order to all gfirland patrons who ra derirmu of seeing thls.'the sreftt- attraction ever secured the t will lUrt promptly. at seven and will continue until a much hour than usual. A numbtr-cf really cco4 at- tractlonB are alto helng shown on the "Ztromar" proirwn, the wtole bill' being first In respect. Your Chanei tc a Gtnulne Feature at the Bijou In of the threatening condi- tion o! the Tceather .last aijht. the Jiojmiu Bijou wu well filled by those uxloiu to Me the much, talkedof "The CSifr.5 of an AB came fully vp to and was theroughrr enjortd br Mr. Ftemlsi In jood trim, ud by request repeated for the third time "The Island of a bca'jtiful (election partlculirly tulted to Mr. Klealng's vok9. Frilly an4 Saturday Mr. John Bun- will itar In the charming Bns- Bih .playlet ''Pickwick Paperf." In two reels. This 'Is a guaranteed at- traction aid ill should mike in ef- fort to zee it. Llrllt Olrl Art Y.u Mr. WilHiim. Morris, -many years in rauilcal covedy Held. enabled bin to judge'pretty cloiely Just what tbe public want and In latMt production entitled "Whose have (he offer- tot o[ are on mle Mason fc 'Ulich. piano store. .Tribes 26, 35, 50 and ,760. Special at 3 'o'clock.' Prlcea 10 and 25c. t Grand prawlng at the Monarch To- Nljht Another ot the popular scries of drawings Trill me place at the Mon- arch tonight, at 0 p.m. sharp. Ten SolUre worth of piither Bread tickets will he .divided -between holders of lucky numbers, five dollars worth, goinj lo each pKfoo. As ev- erjone IIss Allen gave great pleas- ure to our patrons kby'ber charming singing of "Good Ntslit. it Is clear that this lady bt-comes more popular day. Coming Friday and Saturday. grand three-reel special feature "Ou of tte Grip of Alcohol." This is truly instructive play and carries great moral laim viuuuvuvu enuiiea wnose A' on interest In nis Little'Olri'Are" which comes to ''lend llmt he would "not permit the MijMtlc Friday arid Saturday of o'.her dogs "to nwlesl it. FOR FEVERISH ,COLDS WKTHi If canaot supply yoti, J. U MlthlEU Co. SherhrooXe, P' I. m rvwix The little monkey, however, nes much afraid of the dogs anil as soon as or.e ol them approached take, a flying- leap for tbe -gazette's back and with his orrai lightly clasp- ed around the- gazelle's neck, he would utter plaintive cries. The ga- zelle, homvcr, did not like this; and he over on the groucd In order himself of his rider. The gazelle grew very rapidly and as be dirl so he became very mis- cbevious. M night he would poke his head underneath the tents and lick Mr.-Halney's face. Tdis was only one of the many mlschevl'ous tricks he did untll'Mr. Rainoy was finally compelled to part with him. He Is now In ihe Zoological Oar- dens at Hamburg, Germany. t Two Speciil Feiturn at the Emprett H is difficult lo exaggerate the mag- nificence -and-splendor-6t "that great the of. Troy." For beauty ol scenery, gorgeous cojlumes and supcrh acting. It has no eo.ua! Tho'Ecenlo rffecls'arc ot the mosl amazing rloscrtpllons. The Great Mm Ihe-soldlers-concealed In- side; Iho Immense number of Ihe gladiators, soMlery and clllzenn; Ihe terrific right In iho splendid palace, and the awc-lnsplrlng scene of the fir- Ing of the rlty nnd Ihe fall Of Ihe grcal building being depicted In Ihe grandest and mosl realistic manner. This feature vlll be to- night for the last time, and Monarch Theatre Grand Bread Drawing mill and elevator to and jot McDonald, Martin t Siacteaiie, ap [radually extend theirsehee ibro-jgh reared for the accused, southern Alberts. Tht A touchlnK scene was enacted tn lhat lime looked good, acd ev- (he court room by the wife or the ery pronainent farmer acd man of the town tooV Block in tie cor- poration. The company, however, neat Into liquidation chortly after- %ftrds, and the shareboldert call- :d upon lo pay each as otpaniza tlou exptnses by tte liquidator, the! Mr. Lyn Dunloc, al timer teller Ja1) at hard 11' alK> lato another at tf-al.cg I H on lb' ifcarge Ite that wanted faj ifae po'icc- o! Monrara '.V M Campbell. KC, prosecuted, aM Jos. Illcki ttttnAe'S. C. A. Johnson, a farmer, a as found guilty cf cattle stealing. allowed o-t on Z'lipended r'jnt ence. It appears ibst Johnson acting foreman on a ranch and a sbeep. uhlch had strayed on lo his'. to tbe tl Meal Co, on the i j advice of two of hU fellow uorsmtn.1 The evidence showed that Johnson' was not entirely to blame, and as counsel, W. M Campbell. In fsvor of bis being Id Ireo. ihls was done by the Judge J. W. McDonald. MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO NIGHTS and SATURDAY MATINEE JUNE 20th AND DtlJgntlul Multil Comedy Fares "Whose Little Girl Are You" MORRIS THURSTON AND CAPABLE COMPANY PRICES: 25c. 35c. IOc. and 75c 'and London, June Liojd in a magazine article, pre- dicts lie adveat of for woBieu houbeholtlers aad (lie whes of elect- ors 3s soon as tbe mililaul tjes "recover their He de- nounces militancy as "sheer organized the Friday Saturday Specials At the Foot Toggery Values Worth While in Men's Special at Women's Oxfords and Pumps. Special at 1.95 Children's Barefoot Sandals Special at 95.C You will need something cool for Fair Week Now is Your Chance at W. J. NELSON CO.'S Sherlock Block Foot Toggery currency hill introduced soon thereafter, liy postponing presenta- tion of the bill a feu" daj s the pre- sident hopes lo obtain absolute har- mony. The pretident today tlcaiid that Secretary Brian had interjected a r.oic ot opposition to the cuirccci bill. Mr. HilFun said there was no dis- agreement in the cabinet and "not a shrcad of truth" in any report oi iriclion. It nas said Mr. Bryan had not notified them oi "anj objection to the bill but bad helped' it along in a general way. measure was presenlcd-by-Mr. McAiJoo, Kcrctary of the treasury, Senator Owen and Representative Glass. It provides lor'the establish- ment of federal bants for the purpose ol furm'shing an elastic currency, af- fording means of redlseounting com- mercial paper and (fce establishment ot uhat the authors regard as a more cficctivc supervision ot banking. It is for shotl, as a "federal reserve act." H carries radical changes in the national banking system in connec- tion, with the, creation ol a.federal reserve board o! 19 members This board would have control and super- vision over not fewer than twelve of tr.c national reserve bants fo be Es- tablished and conducted by federal rrsenr banking association, geogra- phically arranged EO as to cover the entire- continent ol States. the United All national 'banVs will be compell- ed to jnin thbp federal reserve as- sociations, but stale banks and trust companies fulfilling a specific require- ment enumerated in the measure like- wise will- be permitted to become shareholders in the proposed federal reserve banks. The nufnber ol federal reserve hanks may hr. announced at the discretion of the federal reserve board. A striking feature of the measure is its provision that all money'in the general lund of the United Stales Treasury shall te united In Ihe. federal reserve banks mlhin 12 months after the bill is enacted. Af- ter then, that the revenues of the goicrnmcnt ate to be; deposited in such banks at regular intervals. The total balance in the Central fund a the- close of business yesterday -wa WILL RUN KELLY' AGAIN Guelph, Ont., June Kelly fcvans naa again selected by (he Con- sopatives ot So-jlh Wellington at Ihetr car.dldalo (or clfdlon to' tbe House.of .convex tlon held la iho Town Hall bcrc lodar NEGRO AGAINST- NEORO Orleans 'juno Clarl: of and Harry Wills, oi New Orleans, negro heavyweights, (ought ten rounds to a draw here last night. Joe Jeanetlc has been signed to meet the a Inner on July 3. Clark will probably face Jemclie. EARLY TEN MILLION ACRES UNDER WAS RATHER Olla-Aa. June bulletin of Ute and Statistics issued to- il gUes preliminary estimates of he areas sonn to the principal gralo :rops and reports on their condition at r.e en.i of May, according to the re- urns received from crop-reporting correspondents throughout Cauada Tbe reports show that the month ol Hay proved and dry with fre- luenl night fronts "aad lhat these conditions, nhiist favorable to seed- ng. retarded the growth of the crops sown and caused them lo ho unrea- backward. The total area under wheat in Can-' ida Is provisionally estimated at acres. or-nT.'iOrt acres more than in the area in spring wheat 15 S.iSO.oOO acres, or 13.100 acres more. Oau occupy acres' compared nith acres In 1SI2, an increase of 391.600 acres; barley occupies acres, an of acres and rya 1-8.500 .icres, a decrease, of fiGlO For wheat, barley and oats taken together the increase represents acres. Tbe estimated acreage under hay and clover is acres compared lib 7.C33.SOO acres last year. For the three Northwest provinces of .Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Al- berta 'tbe total wheat area is esti- mated at acres, aj compared with S.561.E05 acres; that of oatf at acres' compared with 900 acre-s and that of barley at GOO acre's compared with acres, these differences representing in- creases of acres for 293.SOO acres for oats and 42.SCO acres for barley, or acres tor the three crops. On May 31 tbe condition of the crops was reported as generally fay orable throughout Canada. Expressed in cercentage of'the usual standard of 100. taken as representing the' ise of a full crop, the condition on May 31 for the Dominion nas as fol- lows: Fall wheat S0.62, spring wheat 91.55, oats 91.73, barTey 81.15, rje 87.70, peas SS.24. mixed grains 80.15, hay and clover SI.12, pastures S5.0S, and alfalfa 77. At the corresponding dale last jenr Ihe condition of 'fall wheat only 71.46. All the other crops were then above 90, excepting rye 57.24, peas S3.S5 and mixed grains S7.72 The poor condition of alfalfa Is due to the effecls of tho winter and cold spring.' REDCLIFFE BYE-ELECTION Redcllffe. Alta.. election here today, T. .A. Hicks and C. Lydlatt elected to the-Tonn Council. A thii ar.d i tul3 of Ihll, Ibe ar.d Ou Reslers your slorr.ach la hial'Jiy vlfof tlblel Na-Dru-Co ire iht Wtnds for hem inj SOc. your Drujifist'j, V.il: by Ihs Nalloiul On% wd of: Llmltftil.'