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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, .Time 25, TJIE DAiLf SPECIAL (Tonloht Clear as Crystal THE SCOOP OF THE SEASON .Tfie ClaulMt Race In the World. Tho 131uo Rlbafid of 'tho Turf. DON'T MISS THIS ONE. 11 T A feature Dramatic production. jtJ -U-" jug imd1 intense situations. A ing big caot. nnd photogfapby ubovo par. 'iPYIPTTVSi T'TT A A coniedy. that irpleagingi acceptable and dellghttully en- C UJ. iU n UHA11 lj IB "real up-to date and "clean- 'TIB'AN ILL WJLVD THAT BLOWS NO GOOD: (It he only walls long enough) and this picture will prove the fact in a convincing manner. PiU-up Capital, let! to 1Q4 sgdUndivUcdFrotllf OF CANADA Remit Money By Bank Money Orders Baafc Money Orders issued by the :Bank-of Pariada for sums up to cost only from 30 to i5c, according to amount. They are payable anywhere in Canada (Yukon and in the principal United States cities. Jloriby sent in this way is 89 safe as if you handed it direct to the BRANCH G R TINNING, A. B. KING, Act'g. Manager GRASSY'LAKE BRANCH tOND.O.fOENG., BRANCH, f'F.W. ASHE. Si, E.C. M- c UAKT SMITH, ttan.f.r. t Mwugcr. MORE MONEY NEEDED IFOR QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY Toronto, Gor- don issued a statement with re- ference to the .Queen's University en- iiour ajmonnts to paid -in. The principal points out that-the necessity of in- creasing the fund to. so that the promised by Andrew Car- aegle to bring the fund .up to half a million .may be. had. Dean Connell, of the Queen's Medical College, will ask the Ontaiio government for a further grant which Is now: Last year 3294 examinations .were made in the laboratories" for. the pro- vincial board of health. WILL MAKE EXTENDED TOUR Montreal, June was semi officially announced that upoirthe. re- covery of the Duchess of Connaught the Duke at Connaiigbt will make an extended western tour with her. Royal Highness. Princess Patricia .will ac- company her father and "mother. LETHBRIDGE, FRI. JUNE 28 ON THE BALL PARK MULED M08. t EDI, ULimTtl't IRAK THEWESTpASITWAS br (UlEATER AMER- ICA'S GKEAT o'BrDOOR SHOW, hkh tl rauv j th. Iniihta wvLUuiu. Tho Am of N.w York Cltr c Ifc.r bii of _. 1 Largest WILD GLORIES OF THE VANISHED BORDER hobd.r loir ot th. I' d i am and by AM of fbo'biuij B inc vWMrto Eltdusive Western Show in Existence MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FJDELiO) Circus Program Famous cowboys, Indiana, Mexican rojpffrat, broncho-busters, expert and daring cowgirls and other clever peo- ple characteristic of the real life the ranch and prairie, are isud for the 101 Ilauch Wild West, which comes to Lethbrldge this Fri- day, Juno 28. There will be two performances, and each will be com- plete in every way. The 101 Ranch is credited with be- ing a "real" Wild West exhibition for the reason tha't the perforomers have been selected, to a considerable extent, from the actual residents of Miller Brothers' acre cattle ranch n-ear Bliss, Oklahoma, and they authoritatively represent the life with which ithey are familiar. Among the interesting features of the ex- hibition is a reproduction of the strenuous round-up which first brought'the Miller Brothers' bonaazn- ranch into world-wide public notice The opening performance in Leth- bridge will be preceded by a bril- iant and nov-el street parade, hundreds of Indians, cowboys, cow- girls, Vacqueros and similarly inter? estlng people of the real west in Inc. The tableau wagons will dis- )Iay living pictures scenes'1 typical of the old -days when." the pioneers vere "Winning the The prairie -schooners will ,he drawn by ong-horned steers, just as they were in the old days, and Rocky Mountain, of the .last of .he old stage coach re- ve old memories by driving six mules to a genuine old overland mail coach. Bjjou Theatre L, H. DHL, Sole .Monger THE IDEAL HOME OF ;MOTION PICTURES Today JUKI Tluu-s- .day's Program H Slrcii iiNpiiiac A. hi'flBtoriiece from tho Bio- grayh Coy. Dealing with the life among the romantic and picturesque scenery of New Mexico. Back to the Kitchen A screaming farce comedy. The foster Sister A Isli tele A beautiful hand colored historical drama of intense in- It's hard to keep cool these days. Give us a call and notice ..result. Performance dally at 2 p.m. Children 10c. MORLEY DONALDSON NEW WESTERN MANAGER OF GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC Untiring Worker, Endowed With Likeable Person- ality and Business Ability, He is Good Man for the Position Herbert Wilson Late of Winnipeg call at this (Her- ald) office for TELEGRAM Important Theatre In these days of sweltering heat, vhcn to bo as cool as the proverbial ucumhcr is almost an impossibility, t is verj tn be able to iptends that have been CONTEND THAT BELONG TO GREECE Athens, June Italjin fleet is concentrated off Stampaiia with transports cai-fying a landing force of men. ;_Qeneral it appears at most certain that tiqns lie undertnken against CJiiosa and suhseqiientlj Mitylene A prominent statesman discussing the situation said 1 the laws of justice, the is lands should be ceded to Greece as they are mainly populated b; Greeks, but whether justice is done or not PICKETT, Dcmon of O n enjoy an hour witnessing an "cx- ellent show, in coinfoct and feel !UCh retteshed as it the gentle cphyirs were Mowing froin the hoic This is the cxper once of all hose ivho patronize the above- cpay laj-houie The high standard of uality is still maintained, as wit- GES the s) nops.s of today's v hursday's program appended below, he feature is, a delightful biograph ubjcct entitled, suen ot impulse" ealing with Mexican life por- rajlng true to life the voluptuous nd jealous nature of Mexico's dusky maidens A crackcijnck coir.'3dv film "Hack to the kitoben" is so ,rich humor, that one. forge Is entirely the worries and of everyday hfe and Laughs to their heart's content at a young girl's aspirations, proving the truth of the old ndags, "Pride goes before a. fall." A beauti- ful hand colored Foster Sister" completes a progiam which cannot be excelled .and ;sel.dom equal- led in the photoplay 'of today Only "man in I Human Ulster? tver fought, bartfiamiii, a Sail, feiMOl of ttltrf inhibition More more cars, more scats, bigger tents than and all other jiimusement undertakings, depicting lolely frontier scenes and ilicidenta. Cowboys, Wild West Girls, Indians, Mexicans, Rfirales, Vacqueroa, Senoritas, Scouts, Pioneers, Pony Express Celebrities, Champions Of the Gun and Lari d t, Bucking Horses, Buffaloes, Long-horned Steers united in an i enlightening, spectacular tournament, differing radically and .fundamentally from all familiar others. At big and perfect aj show as humanly possible 2P.M.f PERFORMANCE POSITIVE FORENOON STREET PARADE l Advance Sala of tt4ikets at J. D, Hlglribothnm A Co.'c Drug Store. PosiUvety no advance in for early AN AUTOMOBILE AND A PRIVATE CAR Payment for> Resent -.Purchases by Ministers Held up by Auditor- General June purchases by the government are 'leading- to trouble 'with the auditor-general. In one case the postmaster general, Hon. P. an autombbile "for departmental use." The automo- bile has boeii delivered, but the audi- tor-general" has-not yet consented to allow payment, on the grounds that no funds for that purpose were voted i by parliament.. In tlie second case, new government private oar has s been added to those already at the j service ministers. ''It 'was j built In Dayton by an American firm and Is now. here ready for delivery, But hero again the auditor-general is holding up pajment on the name ground.. Thcr-3 were no funds voted. The ministers are ail mere touring around the country (than did the members ,of tho late govern-j nent, ftnd each .naturally wants accustomed luxury of a private car, Tho necessary money to pay for both he" automobile and the private car will probably be provided by -Cover- nor-General's .warnfiit-. froni the Turks be allow ed to fall again under It is .Italy's duty and Christianity to release, the islands from "the Turkish domination beg n uing with Chios and Mitylene GRAND FORKS IS A DIVISIONAL POINT Nelson, B June 3-1 make Grand Foi its a divisional point, to construct immediately a roundhouse of at least ten s tails, Viuachine shops, union station buildings and to estab- lish, joint the-Kettle Valley railway- was agreed to by the C. P. a of th-a Grand Forks city night. In return the city gives exemption of 'naxation for ten years and free right of way for additional trackage that 'will bo required by transcontln ehtal traffic that will pass through the boundary and'Kootenay'.on com- pletion of the tCettle Valley line. J. B. niginbotiunn Co., Ltd., Sell VIGOROL A Medicine that Pro- longs Life VIGOROL will do all we claim for ft. 1C not, we refund you your money, VIGOIIOL not only prolongs life, but makes the old feel and look young. It restores vim ami energy. VIGOROL tokes hold of the Inaide nerves at oycc and braces you 'up. Some of your nerves have, been dor- mant 'for years, and If are not looked after will dry up and die. VIGOROL reaches the nerve eenlre, imparting life, youth and vigor. That tired, bil- ious feeling f'S removed; all your jiains, and aches are driven away. The most wonderful tonic ever sold Is VIGOUOL, Do not be a burden yourself ahd others; get n battle of VIGOR- OL today and start life over npaln. .T. D. Hfglnbothnm Co.'s drug store is, the only, place in Lethbrldge .where you can buy VIGOROL. Prlco a bottle. Ottawa, Juno a sccon time'within a few weeks in tho a; pointmciit of Morley, Donaldson, div I sional superintendent .of the Gran Trunk in Ottawa, to the position vice-president and general" manager the Grand Trunk Pacific lines wes I of the Lakes, a great transcontincn I a! railway has come to Ottawa, fo Us highest The announcement 01 his appoin rnent came from Montreal tills mon ing. Mr. Donaldson may well t he an Ottawa man, Trub, Scotlau claims him-for a native horn, but i his early days his father, Major aldson, one of His Majesty's start of ficers of pensioners, was ordered t Canada, and brought his family wit! him to this city. tlie "Men of th Time" books Morley Donaldson wa bora iu ,1851. As.a mere .matter o dates that may be correct, but jus the same, olteV the.average man-whi knows Mr. Donaldson the informatioi thai; the new G, T: R. manager is sixty-one years of age, and you wouh be laughed at.. .They-wouid tell-you .have been the date o his father's birth; For Mr.. Donaldson is one of those men who are ever young The J851 date must Ije cor rect, for it has Mr. Donaldson's sanc- but it is neither (lattery nor imagination, min absolute fact, thai Mr. Donaldson would pass for. forty jears of age m any company There is a vouth of mind and spirit which keeps the years at physical bay, and with that rare possession Mr-) Don- 1 aldfjon lubAeen dowered "Made Good" Continuously Mir. Donaldson's career is a series of repetitions. He started work un- der the Shanlys, and was them when tlie great Il-oosiac tunnel uas built....He made good. The Canada UUntit looking tot. a draughts- man, and Donaldson btcnuKCJ he had made good avith the Shanlvs He made foi the next quarter century, his career can. be represented "by placing, one under anothei, m order of increasing im- portance, everj 'position in the gilt of the Canada Atlantic, and. opposite. iaUi position m parenthesis as fol- lows the simple mark, or explana- tion good) Perhaps the most striking quality in Mr. cool- ness of mind, coupled with a huge: ap- petite for information. As a friend of his once said "If the Judgment Day. were suddenly sprung on Morley Donaldson, he would remain at his desk, planning excursions to ihe seat of interest, and figuring things -out so his. road would not miss a single excursionist. And -moreover, he uould keep his uhole stall at work and not a man would get oven as much as a peck at affairs outside, till the railway's business was SOJIIP Cl aractenstici 'Ihe ncv, G T P manager has a low quiet vrjice but jubt the same he can talk doivn the noisiest whether, striker, ag- grieved road patron, or otherwise For, as soon other fellow in- terrupts m the slightest Mr Donald- son stops talking, ,and remains silent till the other fellow is exhausted. You cannot .interrupt'Mr. Donaldson in a business conversation, for a con implies speakers and jit the.first interruption, he closes up, like the pnnerbial clam Hence those men doing w ith him find it, simpler to explain what they the rest to him In fact it is said that. Mr. Donaldson hasn't a great deal of patience will 1he talker.-. Kipling's line "So, the less we shall talk'and the more we shall do, the best 'it shall be in the cud" h'ts his ideas exactly Cannot Re Hurried Another thing, you cannot Hurry Mr. Donaldson. In fact, it is doubt- ful it" in all his life he ever, ran to catch a train. On the. other hand, it is equally sure that he never ul a tiain he had intended to catch it left before its schedule. 11nsx faculty, in. its Iniger expres- sions, implies sys- tem They Ml Donaldson's rail- way head oflica papers and documents ore the delight of the .numerous men .who have .succeeded to the .various jobs-which Mr. Donaldson has vac at- ,cd on his upward .career. These pap- ers are- indexed and cross indexed and arranged in such manner one clerk can do thn work that in .tlw case of iinotJipr less methodical man uoitld ictjinrf or four In the.larger affairs of the railway the working of this Is seen in perfect equipment under his regln-c. A sliabhv car, i badlj ballasted 1 ed, ,i pcisonul offence to Mr Don- aldson the} do in nincial cir- cles, that he is an expehsive. man at the beginning, but 'after he is let loose on a road for a jear or two thci operating expenses and maintenance charges nn to drop, and moreover the amount usually charged off for accidents begins to be a pure gain. Accidents usually do not happen under him but they do, the) happen the re- ?ult of the same man's, mistake. I Hs-Personality Mr Donaldson a bit the average height. He wears a beard, the usua1 engiuicr's beard, and it ii> straw color, and alwajs reath at- tended. Jn fact, about his dress and personality generally Mr, Donaldson is a bit of a dand> In the stress of an active life have their off fa, days when the) do not appear neat as usual. No-one ever saw" Mr. Uonaldso'n when he was not dressed with utmost nearness no one ever saw him without the'per- fection of'a boot shine and', air the other little accessories that a bus} man sometimes neglects for a few; liouisi, when wore strenuous things engage tlic attention This again it. irobablj a result of Mr Donaldson's o've of systeifi L Donaldson is liked He has liat gift, that last crooning gut often geniuses 'lack, the gift of icrsonal magnetism flus gift, when a man possesses it, means that: he uis, in addition to the fear, also the ect and afieclion of tlie with and under him In the xtreme it meanb, as haid once ol Sir lfnd Laurier, -that often a man lather work on the wrong side' uvh him than on the right side gainst him and perhaps, as much, as nv one quail tj, this has led to Mr lonaldson's final success It has maothed Ihe -road upward that, lie merit which was unmistakabl) liere was eailj and cheerfully recog- ized. WHITE STAR Silllngi from Montreal Slturdiy for Liverpool, It Quebec f Laurentlc June 8, July 6, Aug. f June 15, July 13, Aug. 10 22, July 17 29, July 27, Aug. 24 S.S. LAURENTIC, S.S. MEGANTICj Largest and Flneit steamorj'ln Canadian trade Statmoh Hud steady. Kxccllcnt nccomrjiodatlani for all clauses- MODERATE RATE; S 3 Teutonic and S S Cnnadi. carry one class (2nd) cabin onlv The best these steamers afford at modeiato idles, alto comfortable third-class two, four and fuxrberth< rooms f For reservations, rates II- lusuatod booklets etc, apply tis or steamship agents or W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street Winnipeg mmu nmm mmm The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shorteit Route-to London on Ton Floating Palaett. r St. Lawrence; Sailings- R M S Rojal Fdward June RMS Itoyal George June 28 i Rates of Passage 1st class 50 and upwards 2nd class 75 and upward! 3rd clabs BMstol or 50 Ask any railway or agent for illustrated Boofcjqta rates, or write. A. H. DAVIS, Or S B.MITCHELL, Agent Lethbrldge. WINNIPG C.P.R, I-ORTUNATE SARNIA Sarllia, Tune 24 Mary Brodie1 MacWai'f, the Sarnia young lady was left 1101.000 by the oj tbef late Cook oE Toronto, Js in thar m connection tbft satltin'g ot the estate Miss MucWalt is 'the eUest daughter o-i! Judge Sla? .Watt. 10QO-HEN, WQIEN AND HORSES-100Q 20 CONTORTIONISTS 20 TUMBLERS' 40 ATHLETES 40 GYMNASTS 500 HEAD OF HORSES 100 RUE WILD ANIMALS ACHES Or TEHTS SEATING CAPACITY HtllE SPECTUULM THEATtllUK CLOWNS W I EQUESTRIENNES JQ I LEAPERSjjBi r Jr. Mare mnd Complete Zoological Mollim iKot Tha HlEhcst Salaried ind'BlMtAeecmpliifc- td Ptrformtri cf "Amerlct hi Fats o! Darlnc, Skill, AjllHr ind One.. rifFnV KIT IP FEITIinC ANO "VBIV VMAT W EVERY ACT IS A FEATURE, EXHIBITED ron THE FIHSTTIMC Over a Quartered a Century.ef Continuous Succos" No other show in world "eia truthfully claim this pr EDUCATED DENI- ZENS OF FOREST; MOUNTAIN AND PLAIN. Man'a Super1 lorlty Dior Jha f3ru( Creation but beautifully Domon- Proltuloml Ranki of Performtri ef ihli couitrr and Eu- rope cullad, only No othor many Hith Foature ArMiU md.r con tract as tHii- Finest Stable of Blue Ribbin Norses everawmMtrf Fivt Tents of Tharouchbrad HortM for it ill ttmM. Cducmied High Scftool manage J MAGNITUDE. MERIT AND United for Educating and EoterUlnlnt. STUPEKOOUS, GLITTERING CTDCCT BASIIIC WILL- LEAYt THE KODERN, KALEIDE3COP1C OiluCCI' rMnAUC GROUNDS AT 10 O'CLOCK AND PASS THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE STREETS. Ovw ft Mfla in length ond brilltant In iplendcr. Thh should bs teen whatlwr tha la lien cr not. Immediately iftcr tho pcrsdo and FREE'OUTSIDE EiHiimoi Kiu ImnietJiahly the Parade en Ihe show grounds.. LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, July ;