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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tune 23.1013 THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Chorus of 35 Pretty Giris LIVELIER J8- MAJESTIC THEATRE___ Special Fair Week Attraction Wed.-Thurs., June 25th-26th Thai Spark'ling Comic Opera "THE COUNTRY GIRL" The production is better and brighter than before now on sale at Piano Store GUIDE 1HODAY AND TOMORROW Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c Staging and Lighting Effects FUNNIER lOc lOc BIJOU THEATRE MONDAY and TUESDAY Tolstoy's Resurrection In fojuf Thrilling Reels Also Pathe Weekly The film with a Reputation Special Matinee Daily at 2 p.m. IQc lOc PEOPLE LIFTED BY -A Jar Fair Wetk The Interest aroused In the rental of "The Country Girl" at the Theatre on- Wedneiday and Thurs- day Is phenomenal. Is anx- ious to meet the.charming damsel, In- vitations been sent broadcast lo everjont to be present at the re ceptlon br her and her court- iers. For maoy reasons drast'c chan- ges' have been made, notably in the last, tbe result of the changes ei- ceedlng expectations. The cae: hal 'wonderfully Improved, and In the new I Country Girl vou will hardly recognize i the one wbo made her Initial bow'tn j May. IMI. The Amaleur Soclel! are good boojl for the clly, this (act prompting them to agiln prelect Ihemsehes for public approi at. Shows may come, and shows may.go, but tbe Lcthbrldge Amateur Operatic Dramatic so- ciety will have Us name Inscribed on the fifes ot Lethbrliise's history ai one of the ouUlanding features of our fair city. Seiti In great demand or both performances and every read' EXTRA SPECIAL FAIR WEEK ATTRACTIONS EDOENA DE LESPINE IN FORREST HALSEVS FAMOUS MASTERPIECE "THE BAWLER OUT" IN THREE REELS A Senlalionl Drama on Vital Subjsct. Dealing with the Cruel Method! of the LOAN SHARKS ALSO A POSITIVE COMEDY RIOT "HisUps and Downs ONE LONG SCREAM COMING WEDNESDAY "THE CLOWN'S come. The American press through- out the country pronounce the produc- tion lo be" tbe climax in dramatic pro auctions, acd ihe fact alone ot the cast being composed of all stars in the theatrical world, prompts Manager Wllsoa to recommend very highly the production. U being undoubtedly the very best be will be able lo offer [be patrons of the theatre. Seals may nov be booked by mall or 'phone for this twentieth century masterpiece, such bookings Jieing considered before the usual advance sale. A Wonderful Exhibition Beginning Tuesday. July 1 at this PECULIAR FREAK OF LIGHTNING DURING A BIG STOPM AT PARKLAND The Stately Standard p-jbH following: While the farmers were hands nttli themeehes on afternoon bounteous Monday account ot the lower of rain, very theatre, there be- presented the Paul J. Ralney African Hunl c001- THE EMPRESS Program is up tc a Stindard, not Down to a Price A WONDERFUL THREE-REEL FEATURE At the Risk of Her Life .EXCITING, SPECTACULAR, THRILLING, SENSATIONAL FOUR OTHER GOOD PJCTUHES t MISS IRENE ALLEN IQC -------------NO ADVANCE IN PRICES------- 15c FIRE AT SUCCESS Swift Current, SaEk, June Fire at Success, Sask, early this nornlpc totally a house, belonging to the Ploiv Co.; a garage and automobile, b4long.t.5 to John Ixitt. The frrc elartfid-In the-garage, where (be auto -was being repaired: gasoline had leak- I Cone to the Watterton Lakes To' .spend holi- days wliGL'o there is the best of fishing. The upper lake is about nlno long'and the lower bko about four miles. Join Hazzard nag a hotel sit- uated at the toot of the lower like In a most magnificent spot. He furnishes the best of ac- commodation at J2.00 per day. He ilso has a gasoline launch maty row boats lo hire. He (urnlihes UcXIe for base-ball, football, cricket free. surest and easiest way la reicti the lakes Is br the nay of Plncber CreA. The Hotel Arlington furnishes best ot accommodation and irlll assist In making things com- fortable at any lime for every- body to the lakes. Wittrlon Lakes Is one of the most beautiful lakes ID the northwest, It conslsls'of many attractions for the tourist the of nature and ,the llrcd of business n-no Is confin- ed to till offlco llio greater part ot tbe >car. d out and nas exploded by a spark rom a lighted cigarette. The flames pread lerv rapidly, ar.i In a tew mln tcs the garage and warehouee were mass of flames. Tho warehouse, fu! 1 machinery, and the garage, con alnlng the ante, which belonged .ctti was completely destroyed. The oss Is 1S.OOO, only partly covercd'by strange.pranks were being tbe home of Mr. Gus Hedluod, who resides near Farmland, which might, however. had a sad and fatal ending. During the electrical storm that accompanied the rain on Monday, a very vivid flash of light- ning was followed instantly by a heaxy peal'or thunder, the electrical current entering the upper ?art of tn'e residence of Gus Hedlund, smashing the window to atoms and badly scorching the window frame. The cur- rent then ''Jiaie run along lo the end of Ihe room, passing though the floor, running down the wall within a few Inches of-Mrs. Hed lund's head, she having sat In a chair at the end of the rcom and close-to tbe wall. Instantly she nas thrown to the floor in an unconscious condi- ;tlon, in 'which state she remained for ;some time. Then followed a strange .scene, representing a realistic spirit- [ualist seance. As byan unseen hand, 10 other occupants of the room, to- ether with the chairs, were lifted up nd IhrOTin around like lale portion doing a stunt as jf prac iclne for great stampede-on he 20th-insl. After sundry -other ligh jinks, the electric current made riuick dash for the 'screen door in he front of the house, passing o'u hrough the wooden panel behind a large hole. Putting aside all nonsense, however, Ihe fam ly and their many friends are try! hankful to a kind providence in p'ro- .ectlng them so mercifully from dir disaster and what might easily hai been Instant death to one or mor members of the family. It was a mir- aculous escape. No other damage was done what has been re- er Is adrlaed to jet their seats early, which come here direct from their rices, 25. 35. 50 and 76 cents, are on {sensational success at the Cort The- ile at Maion i-Rlsch's piano store. Make a special rote to attend on Wed- nesday and Thursday. il Vsrllnd What ii possibly tbe mo-t timely and motion pic- ture e-'ver made, is "The the splendid Reliance Company's dra- matization of Forrest HalEsy's famous book. Deilinf In an Intense manner, on tbe vital subject of the cniel meth- ods of "the loai shirks, this remark- able production constitutes one of the greatest achievements o'. the century. 'talented inl beautiful actress, Mils Edjena De Lespine portrays the leading role, and ii'admlrably eupport- ed by' Irving Cumniirisi, tbe Reliance clever leading man The management of Saarland have no hes- Utlon In atatlng that "The Bawler- ul" is a splendid attraction; which Is ure to maie a ifrong appeal to their any patrons. Ori the samfe'bill a pair of the CAUGHT IT IN. CALGARY "Toronto, June yo'jng lady, re siding on Wright avenue, rvho ha just returned from Calgary, wag tak en to the smallpox hospital this morn ing. suffering from thai disease. atre. San Francisco. These pictures pljytd to Ihe Urgest four weeks' re- cslpls In San Francisco of any motion picture exhibition that has ever been staged. The pictures illustrate in detail tbe famous eipedilion of Paul J. Hainey, the well-known Cleveland millionaire and at an expenditure of JaaO.OOO. conducted the greatest hunting parly known In the world's history. Mr. Hainey, unlike other hunters In search ot big game, employed In his endeators, the aid of one hundred American hunting dogs. These were first trained In hunting big game In Ibe cane-breaks ol Mississippi and Loutiiant. Their-wonderful courage so Impressed Mr. Ralney that he'felt s u N B E A M Morris Theatre SPECIAL FAIR WEEK FEATURES "SUNBEAM" Tbe Grandeat P'cUre ever seen in the Cily. Eee for to FAUST. "THE DUELISTS" THAT OLOOM.CHASER "A PICNIC IN DAKOTA" and "LOCKED OUT" Two Big Laugh Producers Sunbeam-Sunbeam-Tonight DO YOU GET IT? ____________ S u N B E A M T O N I G corded. comedies will ajso be" shVwn." The feature 'for Wednesday and Thursday Vlll be'a-highly Eeasalional entitled ,'The Clowu's Revenge." Tolstoi's Resurrection at the Bijou Today ancJ'Tomorrc-w At (be Bijou .Theatre" today and to- morrow, Tolstoi's In four pitls; nill be presented. The 'Irsl part la taken up with a descrip lion ot life in Russia In all its phrases and the betrayal of Masiova hi Prince DImrtri. The second reel describes Ihe absolule ruin of Maslova, which characler il portrayed by Miss Blanch Walsh in a rocsl artistic and master- ly manner. The third and fourth reels tell of her condemnation for an alleg- ed'crime, her repentance. renuncia- tion and resurrection into a newer, broa'de'r and beller life. The whole play is acled with a faith'f'ul adherence to the Insplralion of. Tolstoi. The photography Is splen- and Ihe ;'Jpport accorded Miss Walsh' all that could be deaired. Re'gular prices will prevail on this in spite of Ihe additional ei- lo secure sucb a fei- sure that the' ioj and not the lion IF the king of beasts. To prove.this, he set out from Am- erica for Africa, and the story of the achievements of these dogs IB told In a series' of marvellous motion pic- tures. Among the pictures taV-en is that ot the which is said by Professor Osbofne, president of Ihe Museum of Natural lo bo the' greatest contribution to. natural silence of the past decade. From the pictures of IheJe'animals, it would ap- Vtar tbst an armistice or truce Isis between them, and that the waler- hole IE neutral ground, where the hos tile animals meet on friendly terms. AFide from the serious character of the pictures, many laughable scenes ap: shonn, that the wild ani- rj als have" a sense As the a lecturer will explain in detail their character -and tb- circumstance's of the expedition. SeEll-Flolo Circui William E Barnes, contracting igenl of the Sells-Floto circus' arriv- ed in town this morning and was kepi busy enough during Ihe day hunting up supplies, pre-empting a lot and making all the other arrange- ments r.eceiiiry for the coming (rl the big show. This Is the nth season that Ihe Sells-nolo circus has ilslted Leih- brldse. It might be said U has al- ways given good performances in tbe past and full value for tbe money, es- pecially during the last u-hen the price reduced to thereby cutting in half tbe tariff which'has been tbe usual charge by the big circuses since circuses began. This year, Mr, Halnes tells us. that ibe show Is greatly enlarged in. many respects, notably from tbe fact that a lavge group of trained animals are now carried and for the first time lions and tigers will be seen perform- ing In tbe same enclosure togelher; a company of Zouaves who execute starlllug manoeuirts In the'way o drills are also being fealured and tbe celebrated Scotch Kilty band from To- ronto, lend their aid to mike the entertainment more interesting. In addition to these fine features are a number ol new attractions and all those which haic been associated with the sawdust ring and really made the lure of the circus as im- perative as it is. Tbe Sells-Floto circus will be here on Saturday, July 12, for a single day's Monarch Theatre Tonight Grand Bread Drawing Ten Dollars Worth QUAKER BREAD TICKETS Given Away Frte 101 Bison 101 A FRONTIER 101 PROVIDENCE Blicn In Two Rceli 101 MISS LENNOX STARVED HERSELF OUT OF JAIL London, June arising from a "hunger resulted to- day In the release of Miss Ger- aldlne Lennox, formerly editor of tbe Suffragette, who was to siv months' imprisonment h> the central criminal court on June 17 for conspir- ing to commit malicious damage to property. .Miss 1-ennox and her companions, all of whom were committed to long terms, refused to eat anything from .tlie moment they were sent to jail. llg Fair onso-nece'ssarj ure. Week Attractions at the Morrii Mr. Morris has secured some excel- The Sibley Diving Girls with the Kline Shows This Week at the Fair Grounds ent features for fair and it Is safe to say (hat all visit this pop- ar theatre tocighl will wilnes'i one of the best programmes'that bas ever jeen presented lo the public. Ihe big feature for to- night is In every way equal to tbe big production of "Faust." The photo- Sraphy Is something -wonderful and the slory intensely interesting. The Duelisls" Is a real gloom- chaser, and one that will cheer you up for all week. Loclte'd Out" is another good com- cdy.'ln which Miss Pearl White gives i true picture of agonies from a lobster..supper after one has retired for the night. "A Picnic in Is another amusing offering, in which a. while girl, whUe out camping, meets an In- dian girl, and pay her sum to' exchange clothes. Complications of a laughable oiture follow swlflly laughter. There IK not the slightest doubt but that who visits the.Morris tonlghlwlll go away feeling well re- paid for Ibelr lime. The programme changes every nlgbt. Get busy, "fl" wise, "B" there. "Fine Ftltheri1; All lover of hlgticlsss attractions are looklnjt forward 'with unusual In- terest to the coming of this remark- able production lo the Mijeitle on Satin-day, July 5. The of such stars as Roie CojbUn, LolIU Hoberlion, Roliert Eilwon, Max Fig- rain ind Wilton Lacktye, mirkc in epoch ,1n the history ol Ltthbrldge from B'thettrtMl standpoint, icd It Is to be reception accorded them of such cordial char- acter thirt this dramttlc treu will be but Ihe forerunner of toed giiui t A special school children's matinee will be given on Wednesday, July 2. Ar an educational feature, all school children should attend. 'Cleopatra" Coming' Uf Stirland Next Monday. The management of Slarland ta'xe great pls'asure In staling thai Ihey have been fortunate enough to secure a booking" of In six im- mense reels, for r.esl Monday nnd Tuesday. Owing lo Ihe tremendous cost of this truly wonderful feature, the price's will, of necessity, br raised to 25 cents for both adults and child- ren at each performance. Miss Helen Gardner Is a glorious poem as Cleopatra. The part would lax Ibe ait ol Bernhardl. Miss Gard- ner's rhylhmic beauty and dramatic Instincts, her and delicacy have combined In her work to vivify and ennoble the char- acter of "Royal even as Bern- hardt might have done, at the age of twenty-six. Her costumes are truly gorgeoas, representing not merely money, but ewiulaite taste, thought engagement. The price to see tbe show ID its entirety it still 2ic. v A Marvellous and Sensational Picture >t the Empress Today and tomorrow will be sbowp at this picture bouse one of the most extraordinary pboto-plaj's ever prn. duced. It is a truly wonderful speci- men of moving photography in three i eels enlltled "At the -Hisk of Her and Is chocMul of sen satlonal and thrilling.incidents -from start to finish; some of the adventures jf the heroine are absolutely halr-rais Ina. Picture threatre patrons are ac- customed lo scenes of evcllement, oul even the mosl evrertcnced will be slimulaled by Ihe extraordinary and wonderful happenings depicted in this great feature. SEVENTEEN SOLDIERS OFFERED TO SUPPLY BLOOD FOR A STRICKEN COMRADE There nill be four other excellen and high class pictures of great merit including the funniest funnioslties that will make }ou all Keep on smil ir.g. and culture. In several scents she weirs shawls and draperies and gowns that were made-In Egypt hun- dreds of years ago. and jewils that cost over fifty thousand dollars. You Can StPp Drinking Xo man has an excuse (or being under Ihe influence of liquor htbit. You cin all traces of Alcoholism completely eradicated from your zysltm by NEAL Treatment. All thai is requir- ed Is an-Initiative action by sou In coming to our Institute. The Neal Treatment consists of a purely vegetable compound tak- en Internally, no hypodermic In. lections being employed. YVhun the, patient leairt the Institute ho Is completely restored to health In both'body.ind nlnd. The Meal Treatment for the Drug Habit Is Just as efficient but requires -longer lime. Ask for "A I.illle Journey to The Instilules" by Klbcrl Hubnsrd. NEAL INSTITUTE MO 13th Ave. Wtit, Cllgary, Phorrt v'. Miss Irer.e Allen will also add to" thi pleasure of our patrons-by singing thi leet last in songland. Berlin, June Wilhelm In personal telegram to Col. Eugene lauss, commanding the ninth Batar-- Regiment at Wutzburg today, ompllmented for brasery, patriotism and true German comradeship, sereri- een ofiicers of the regiment, who off- ered their blend to EBve the life 'l'J ick soldier in Ihe ranks. The loldjer ay hovering on the brink of deathvjn garrison hospital. Only blood ransfusloQ could hope to save bo surgeons said. they learned (he man's dsn- ;er, the seventeen bKicers hemsebe'a before the Colonel, and ols were drawn for, the post of honor.' The lot fell on1 Lieut. Dleltmar. one if the youngest of tho sevanteen. "Such'decds as this hrjngs glory to he German army In declared the Kaiser, "and prove liow our gat- ant soldiers are ready to ahed their blood for their corhrades and their country when duty CANADIAN PACIFIC Special Fares KING ALFONSO AND HIS PRIM MINISTER WERE SHOWN OVER THE PLANT Madrid. June _ Alfonso's thirst for information led him recent- ly to Inspect the new plant o( El Im- parcHl, one o( the well-known news- papers of Madrid. In company wjth Count llomanonea, bis prime minis- ter, the young-ruler of Spain went through In succession the editorial rooms, tho business offices, and the composing rooms. In the latter the prinlera set-up an inscription read ng: "Long live tbe King." which His Majesty Insisted on carrying away a: a souvenir. A? he slood watching one of the new rotary, presses at work the King turned to his prime mtnlste and said: "Ah! those are the mach ines for Toasting' politicians." The King later entertained a a luncheon at which all tbe employe! 'of the paper HCTC preienl. Account Dominion Day July Going dates; June (o July 1st, 1913, Return July 4tli. R. 0. McNIELLIE, DTitrTct Panenger Agent, i Allfc ;