Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, -lime 25.1013 THF, LKTlTBRima-; DAILT HERALD BRIGHTER Chorus of 35 Pretty Girls V "E. o to MAJESTIC THEATRE Special Fair Week Attraction Tonight and Tomorrow Night That Sparkling Comic Opera "THE COUNTRY GIRL" The production is better and brighter than before Seats now on sale at Mason Risch Piano Store FANCIER Prices 25c, 35c; 50c, 75c THE WORLDS MOST BEAUTIFUL FEATURE MISS HELEN GARDNER CLEOPATRA Clown's Rtvtnge" Today '1 ne special Attract.n- tcdav will i-e the two'ml feature. Dealing with of clrc'lf life, this 5'' r thlills and assuredly piove tu j ofltriu: Niiiueroui other fin'. he shoii n on liii- 'jill. iihole ruaVIug up a WE POSITIVELY STAKE OUR REPUTATION ON THIS-THE GREATEST N'OTION PICTURE EVER HADE. Staging and Lighting MAJESTIC THEATRE FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 27-28 SATURDAY SPARKLINC MUSICAL COMEDY THE GIRL With "RAYMOND PAINE" and Company Calchy Miuic Prelly Dances Brilliant Stage Effects Seats now on Sale al Ma'on itud Kiscil PRICES: 25c, 35c, Me, 75c: Matlr.ee 10o ISc. Effects Mining Chemical Civil Mechanical Electrical EN GIN EER ING GOOD CHOPS AT DAUPHIN flauphin. Man, June The pre- sent crop outlook at this point is all that could bo dssirea: a. nice rain ;tll last r.fghl. and with the lute fre- quent showers here, crops are making Kreal progress now. The ground was previously pretty dry, ar.d R consid- erable rilnrall would be CANADIAN EXCURSIONS North Pacific Coast On Daily June 1 to Sept. 30 Return Limit Oct. 31st, 1913 FJHllO) Iffi 01.0 M FERN1E METHODISTS BID MR. DIMMICK GOOD BYE AND WELCOME MR. PERLEY disaster in Buffalo Which may Result in Fifteen Deaths Buffalo, Juna men are known to be dead, and fifty vvcre in- jured, tome fatally, and four are un- accounted for, as the re3'ilt of an ex- Bijou Theatre Again Ian nigbl tie M J cd to capat.it> s> a .u-Jici anxious to ihe KP, mtviioa1 criainlj those that iao'n of j ie opportunity to t ihe Kallm ('u, a splendid sar drama: the beln? brought to a eonelut'o-i lis ihe Hlo- rajfh photo-play, Lesson." TJIC msnaseraenl booked pltndid failures, tho HILUS'I Umpire :atj series lor July 2 aM amJ'The for Jure ami July 1. for tbe so I'vj'i-is. ihey are while. BIJOU THEATRE Vcrr.'.r. H Jinf- Mcllic'lbl ihutch tralpht a vtrv Helen Gardner In "Cleccatra" at Star- land Monday Waal is 'nd fihsolutoly the most pumptuo-jsl; Sotunlful uio-______ lion ylcture ever made, nip the films I of Miss Helen ilic famous aud talented m "Ueo- Countless thousand of men, nien and children seaittKd over ike length and breadth of the hate mailed with Keen anticipat'os. the re- lease of "C'eopaua" h> tbe Helen Geidner Picture I'lajcrs. Infinite pains were laken to irakc the picture the profound of nio- lioa picture art achieved. AB a romance. from pictorial artistry, the picture In HE deep In.- tentltj. its clearness and vigor, Its PRINCESS VICTORIA At the Exhibition Grounds. She; weighs pounds and stands 25Vi' 1 inches tall. She plays and sings. !l Tonight and Thursday Until We Three Meet Again A Lubin Photo Gem In Parts Prisoners of War Kalem War citing. Thrihlna Father's Lesson Biograph June 30-July 1 The Wage Earner War Industrial, Peace Brougiht on the Wings of Cupid July 2 A Glimpse the Future British Empire Navy -Series. the This is o[ tbe best I feu lures sl.onii in city. Miss Ircr.c Alien will "You. ran'l nic JTOIII Joking ;ou." in her Krjo-vn laMuy manner. lOc Matinee Daily 2 p.m. 1 Oc T H R i! 01 cn-inbcrs and adlierrnts a re- ception "'as held loi Rev. P. .M- I'er- the pastor, and lateuclls urre paid to the reining pastor, Kcv. J Y niioroicli, is Ita-.tng ior 1'rircc Ituvell tbe latter part of this "Ihe program of the evening ir.clnd- eil mi-su-al --rleutiort-s anil rejilings. li. A occupied Ihe chair'anii in a wVll rt-.OJCn ed the r.pu- pastnr on behalf ol the ______Isle loda> in the elevator and h'lustfo Hoarrt ol the church. griln of the Htisted iri a nral speech leffncd to Ing Co, Rt Elk and Teaoody i the aijlfi unrk u-htch Mr. Ditnmick Fire followed the explosion, and de di'.ie iluring his three >ears ol Etroyed the wooden EectioD of (he ela-hvork licre rir.d on of trie The drarl are: jchurch ar.il corifiregation prescn'ted Mlehael Klog, Jl icars old; Henry him lutli a purse containing S110. Vetter, 45 jcars old: John on-1 An address alsn rfari Mr glneer. and an unldenllficd hoy. 12] Bird, acting for trie Lcaii-e I years old, was rtm Aava by thbland IliUe elass, and DinimicV -the recipient of another purse uith .1 S60 told i splendid setitieisUal continuity and CTippiQS beauty, Its fulinesa-of dram- atic and emotional' 'qualities, sets a standtrd never before attained. te filmed In six reels of beauty, and Till poritively ue at Slarland on Monday and Tuesday (o lie COOL MONSTER HOLIDAY PROGRAM TlIM EMPHHSS COMFORT COUNSEL FOR HIM THROUGH EXAMINATION AS TO FREIGHT RATES Th; En'prnss Program 15 up to a Standard, net Do'.vn to a Price THE Great Drams BOYS' LIFE IN THE DUKE OF YORK'S SCHOOL Under Southern Dick Farrell's Prize; At Sunset Ranch- nil Chicken Thieves; Lady Doctor; Weary Wlllfe as De- tective; Just His BRITISH Kridav k Saturday "AT THE FOOT OF THr. SCAFFOLD" ly enorino'JS ens; En Eecuriiig it, prices Will tie twenU-flve cenla for general Tre theatre nili be oren J contln'jously from n a.m till 11 p.m.] and It Is lo ba rojied that ail oi the tieot in the world of photo- Ottawa, June th? rail- v.ay commissions ripcanl this morn- ing W. A. MacdonaW, counsel tlie citv ot Vancouver, J. the Amcru.in cipert. Mr Mulier saici hc not examined all the data filed in the Vain Oliver rat? play, will 2-.H1 one antl jhe showiuss themselves of this i'Oi tur.lt> to wnneES this truly beautiful B. C. B. C WESTMINSTER. B.C. I ambulance. WASH. To-EVERETT, WASH. ,.'ome (n a f.'Om WAHn. AND RETURN FOR GOING VIA BE. .55 TACOMA AND RETURN PORTLAND, ATTLE and RETURN Via Spokane PORTLAND, ORE., Going and Re- turning Vli rri'lng at Cardiff, md has digested ct S'JCh o' ranlpnl' Thn natural blatary coliectlor.R which are cx- Mllr.B neatly hundtod esses, have tPen to the Natural History Museum J' KcnsLnglon. Those are not jpt un- packed, but members of tho scipntlHc arc attending Iho museum datlr for Ihe I'ljrpofc of them- Trim colirrtlons ars of grolt sckn- tlllc iulcrcct. M I Magnificent Views of Canada's Greatest Pleasure Resort Shown on the Canvas at Y1CJL I! p Saturday Next The- railroA'i shonM nnt r.r disided hnto so many provincial lines. -The said lh.il Imn? in certain f'foc ccrliin ligJils I "Von .ire irorn prcm-1 iscs." said Mr. Mr Donah! The uit- j ncsi obic-lcd tiiis ami j repeated lir had tjicrcU w orkctl out his svsfein provinces tiei-aus? these ueie (he C f'.K divisions and Iririr figures uere him on this Mr. Macrtotiftld's Mr. M'jllec occupitd session. examination all the morning I Secure Free Ticket from Mitford Co. I IN THE TWINKLING OF AN EYE Koro'1, June agpil 'i'i. one o( the best known farmers of Ihe PbcjUon dropped today, as he was tbe road with his Hum, to an adjoining farm. Ho suddenly slrlcfcen u-Uli an attack of beart. and, falling In the roaduny, was dtad before help coifJtl he called. TEACHERS DEMAND MORE PAY nllh ihe existing schedules of snlailes. the entire female leaching staff of Ihe Sask.itoon Public sctiocls, con- sisting of fmvdily-lliree (eachc-fc arc Jcraanding an incrc-asu In salary, Come to the Waterton Lakes To spend your holi- ihiys thero is- llif hcsi of The lake Is about nlno- miles lonK and (he lovrer lake about miles, Jorm Haizard has a hotel sit- iiKtcd p.l the foot of the Ion or lake In a most masnificrnt Epot.' He furnishes thf of r.c-1 commodatlon ol 5-.00 per He also has a gasoline launch and many iioate lo hire He furnishes tackle (or bapcl-nll, football, cricket free. Tbe surest and way to reach tl.e [3 b> r'le way of Pincher Creek. The Molr-l Arlington furnishes the bcsl of accommotlatlon an-I- niJl nsslBiln iniiktns things com- fortable at any time for every-. borf.v lo the Lakes Is one of tlie moFt la'rtea m Iho- norlhwpst. it cona.fcle oi many sltrsction? for the lo'irht. the of and the llred" innn of fs confln- rtl lo Ms ofilce the grcstcr of trie ;car.