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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June 20, 1013 VllE I>ETITBRID(;]i: DAILY ni:KALD BRIGHTER O fix Chorus of 35 Pretty Girls MAJESTIC THEATRE Special Fair Week Attraction ANNOUNCEMENT FROM That Sparkling Comic Opera The production is better and brighter than before Seats now on sale at Mason & Risch Piano Store 9  o f1> Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c Effects FUNNIER MAJESTIC THEATRE FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 27-28 -WITH SATURDAY MATINEE-SPARKLING MUSICAL COMEDY THE GIRL? With "RAYMOND PAINE" and Excellent Company Catchy Music Pretty Dances Brilliant Stage Effects Seals now on Snlo at. Mason and ivisch PRICES: 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c; Matinee 10c 15c. COLLIDED WITH MILK TRAIN Cnnann, Conn., .)un(> Oni- wo- man was faial'.y injurod, annllicr pro-bahly Tatally, ana half a dozen othn-p.is.sengors wei'e injiu-pd in a collision hoi-p, tills afternoon Ijolwoen a comhuslion train and a milk I vain on the N'ew Vork, New Maven and Hartford, and a switcher on the Central of New Fingland. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes UNEXCELLED FISHING BEAUTIFUL SCENERY BOATING AND EVERY COMFORT FOR A QUIET ENJOYABLE HOLl-DAY AT SMALL COST. Go By Way Of Pincher Creek This Is tho easiest way to re.n.Rli the Lalies. First class ac-comtnodatioii at the Hotel .Arlington, Pincher Creek, en route. Rates at John Hazzard's Hotel, WATERTON LAKES $200 a Day write ran information df.-^irrd, and iliey would he con.^ider ml. "We don't want any morn ra'^ged ends eroppin? up from lime to linje. I.el us ha\e them now," he said. "*\'e have tried to hear every one, and ic iiin.sidei- e.xhihit,';, and ha\inp done so, will make tlip best fist of if or the hest mess We can. l-tut there shall he no moie eniaiiienients or excuses." .Ml-. Cowan iheii said, as hp tinder-^l0'Jd ih' prcsf'nt standing cf the ease, the Board had decided [he railways should be told lliai Hiey must, in order to establish that no discrimination exists, show that western rates are not unfaii as (ompaTed wiih those in tlie east. KMIGHIS OF PYTHIAS ^0 FFICERS Freight Rates Investigation is Adjourned Until ^September - Chairman Drayton's Dictum CANADIAN Special Fares Account Dominion Day July 1, 1913 Going diifc'.'^, flinio '2Sth, to July JsK licturii Jjiiiiit, 'inly 4tli. R. G. McNIELLIE, \ District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta, Ottawa, .hino 'In.-With an indpfin-ite adjournment, which j;overnment counsel wished to he set as late as September I, the now famous wpsieni freight rates case completed another phase today. The Chairman instituted llie foUow-Ini; questions for the consideration of counne! during the inierini: 1-Wheare or not Btatious should be placed on the same rate basis in so far ns jjeiieral merchandize rates are concerned, irrespective of density of traffic in a given district. "-Whether or not distributing points, irrespective' of population or business, should be entitled to similar commodity rates (i.e., traffic). 3-Whether or not all stations at common distances from dislributiu.? centres from which frciRht moves at commodity rates, should he on the same liasls in resiiect of dis!,Tnce and rates.. 1--Whether rates should not be fi.\-ed by the western provinces on the assumption of a atifficleiil e.viating railway mileage to enable the Krain crop 10 lie i)roperly carried, and affording lands settled or fit for settlement with lailway facilities within a. reasonahle distance, or whether rates should he fl.xed on such a basis as will encourage further development. 5-Whether or not rates should he based on the traffic and Tcturns of the Canadian Pacific, irresppcti\e of any density or diversity of traffic and relurnB of the Canadian .Vorlhern and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway companies. 6-Genei-ally, on what principle do you dosiie the freight rates to be considered? These questions, file Chairman commended to Ihe attention of the counsel on both sides, so that, nothing would he lacking when the investigation resumed. "Mr. .Mnller's exhibits should be in the hands of counsel within six weeks at leH,st," he declared. "Thi'oo weeks after that I dosii-o that you file your factuins outlining the principles upon which you desire action to be taken. We are not going to waste any more tinn; on undi-gesteil exhibits." Mr. Pitblado declared that .Mr. .Mnller's theory was only one theory of nany. He himself would like to find out the value of the plant, and the finance of the C.' P. R. "J still feel that this is an important faetoi- before tlie investigation closes," Chairman Drayton asked .Mr. Pitblado to give the references which he Sa.-;k*t(u(iii, .Time 2.').-The election of ollicers whic-h came heUirc the (jraiid Ludge ot the K(ii.i:hl.s of I'y-Ihias tills morning; resulted in Kred K. Copelaiid, of Uaupliin, .Alan., being I'lei-teii (iraiid I'hancellnr. Following is Hie list in the order the} were elected ; tiruhd \ ice-Cliaiicelli'f-.J. .VI. Wen /.ell, Hegiiia, Susk. (iiaiiil rrelai.e - l.uclyii .Xesbitt, Winnipeg. (Hand Keeper of fjecords and .Seals -Frank (.). DcLoiig, Winnipeg, (reelected). Grand ;\iasler Exche(|uer-Thomas .VInntgonicry , Winnipeg. (rPelcclod). (H-anil Mast.er-at-.Arms - P^. \V. Ahinre, Aielville, .Saslc. Grand Inner Guard-Jo.seph .lack-son, Moose ./aw. (iraiid Outer Guard-Leo. W. Donnelly, Winnipeg. Grand Trustees ('i years) - .John Watson, Dauphin ; (2) rears, .John O. Mare. \Viniii|)eg ; (1 year), ,J. \V. .Johnson, Winnipeg. Siiprcine Representatives-\V. M. lieniiev (3 years), Dauphin ; J. F. G. Mc.Arlhur, (1 years), Winnipeg. .Alternate .Stipretno Representatives -Win, Wlliott, ('2 years); Chas. Jeffrey, (i years). Gdidb Superb Production of "Cleopatra"!] Coming r.ocal theatre-goers ii:r i god to witness the exhibition lic-vr (,f Miss: Helen Gardner's portrayal of ' i'lrri|.;itra" al Starland on .Monday aurl Tiifsday next, as it is assuredly ihf un'aie.-^! motion picture over in.i'l'^. Ihr management of Starland pe.^i li, nss'Ti that nothing to even i-'iu.^! thij. iruly magnificent feature .vi.i Iji-cu shown in this city, fo'r :� -i.unls without a peer in the world The ti-ratincnt of "^'\'i-,-.:'r; a rpai gocfl oni'. ;in will he show ii toni):hi fo; ih.- la-' liinc. Tiieri' iirc iin less than i' ^oo,-l one.s, hut in s|jiip of Ihi- lai'.; i number the price is Mill the saim'. "Thp .^Ip^il�all" i-rtrania. and the oibc: of ihi' host class. a truly ::i'hu di'ii.iiia,^ riTP a sympathy is rarrly p\i. ndid h\ a prudish world, .\hove ali. ihr objert has been to record in piciMr;..; a story of this wonderful wf.ni.ni, I'leopafa. wbicli should not Jar r.i.u injure the tendercst suseeptibillt:r> "Cleopatra" is filmed in i;i-i wonder. fill rtels, the whole fon?iH'iiing a rare evening's entertainnicm, Owing to the great length of in' fiaiu.e, and its enormous cost, the piici -for Hie two days only. AJondj;, ami ruesday next, will he twenty-fivr- crut. at each performance. The iiiauauement strongly recommenris ihi^ to every onii of their patrons, ami ulso to any V ho are not steady pa: nn-. for it is unriuestionably the iimsi magnificent photo-play ever produ-erybod; iiouie feeling good. Coming Fi'iday and ^.Saturday, a great sensational feature ".\t the Fool of the Scaffold." This picturr' is one | of the best ever sliown in tblF city 1 and shoiilil not ln' missed. COMING The Wage Earners THREE REELS OF FRENZIED INDUSTRIAL STRIFE JU,n;E 30-JULY 1st "British Empire Navy Series" OUR EMPIRE'S NAVY IN PEACE AND WAR. MOTION PICTURES OF ALL BRANCHES OF THE SERVICE IN lOC SEVEN REELS-JULY 2nd and 3rd 1 OC NMGir lOEABiG o- Public do not Seem to Tire of Production - Last Night's Performance the Best Yet Nl LIFE IS N LIQUIDATION Toronto, .Jime 25.-Chief .Justice I-'alconhridge (his morning made an order winding up the t'nion Life Aa-surance company. The application �ivas made yesterday. .J. i). Finlayson, of the department ] of insurance, Ottawa, is interim liquidator., Negotiations for rc-iiisur-ntice ill the Metropolitan life are progressing satisfactorily. EGAN CASE REMANDED The case against Pat Egan of threateninB bodily harm to r. i'. Fit/,-simmons 'was remanded this afternoon until Monday. The alleged fracas took place at the Fair grounds. The public know, liov in appreciate ;i good thing, This forcibly prov. cd by the pi-eseuce el ilie large crowd (vhich, in spite of a raiin nigbt. came 10 the Majestic to ^'ept "The Country Girl" on its second presentation. They found that the plav had not belled its repiilatioij. bin nas, if an.y-tiiiug. more cha/ining than before. "The Country Girl," it appears has taken the popular taste and fancy, ft evidently is ilie kimi of thing which the tlicatre going public of Oethbridge enjoy witnessing, for many in the audience were those who were attending thi. jicrformance for the tliird, nay. the fourth time of asking. Their ajiiilauso and the encores were all so many signs of the pleasure the play had afforded and was continuing lo afford. There was nothing of staleness in the performance, one and all had got the 'spirit of the play, and gave vent to a verve, an animation and a sprlght-liness in action, song and dance that were distinctly pleasing. Their spirit was fully shared in by the one or two new importations into the cast. However well the different members of the conijiany acquitted thein-selvcs. the greatest credit, and this they tliemselves will ungrudgingly avow, is due lo .Mr. George Mitford, the musical director. He 'wa.s certainly the genius of the occasion, for so far as perfection can be obtained lie had brought his amateur troupe up to the highest degree. The work of a musical director is necessarily a wearijonie one, unless he is enthused in his object, and to Mr. Mittord it assuredly must have been an occasion tor pride and satisfaction that his labor of Io\c had met with its reward in the expressions of favor "The Country Girl" called forth. Mr. B. S. Young, who had taken part sla^f manager is like'n'ise to be complimented. To come to the individual performers, .Mrs. Bourque was charming as ever in her inipersoiiatloii of .Madam Sophie. She glided through her pait w'Uh all the grac" and the affectations belonging to ii which prt-viously distinguished her. Airs. Peicrs gaNc "Nan" the same liicasing cliara.f fi'isf :cs wiili wliicb siie luid invested the Devonshire liiss before, ,\l!ss I.Hirutliy Vouug played ibc jiait of the Princess of Hhong with Hie ex-ouisite ease which railed lortli all th" commendatlous she so richly dci-prv-ed. There was I'.ll thai little diableiip evident in action and expressicu which acyentuates the particular lines in which the character is cast.. Her singing of "I'nder the Deodar'' made a decided hit and she had lo apjicai-three times to satisfy the demand for encores. .Miss Itnth Freeman with her pleasing voice made the 'Country Girl" as acceptable as she was when she tiriii introduced hersell on the .Majestic stage. As the Kajah of Bhoiig Mr. 11, S. .Voting was simiJly iuuiicnso. ills ptr-fcrmance was greeted with a fusiladc of clapping, aud if the audience had its way he would have been kept on the stage, with his laried stanzas of "Peace, O for some peace," until the early hours of the morning. -Mr. Fred Rose, as Carry, held Ills ground as the popular favorite he had made' himself. I-lis acting in every way justilled the applause it. called forth, and naughty .Mrs. .Brown with all "her" attractiveness Was undoubtedly the belle of the evtning. .Air. G. Fleming esstiycd for the first time tiie part of Geoffrey Clial-loner, and his fine melodious voice added considerably to the signal success he made of it. Called unexpeet-tdly to lake the role, and with only five days' practice, ho made a capital showing. Atr. Rhodes, another upwconier. took the clinractcr of l^orj Gvassmero and marie his bow to the public in a distinctly pleasing manner. Courtly and debonair, Mr. George W. Robinson represented Lord .\n-chester, and Air. F. Waddingloii made Ills mark as Sir .Joseph A'eriiy with the sincorlty he played the part. Atr. H. Nicholson, as Ihe monocled "chappie." gave a well conceived iiii-porsonatiou of Douglas Verity, and Granter Alummer was thp country COOL MONSTER HOLIDAY PROGRAM COMFORT The Empress Program is up to a Standard, not Down to a Price THE MEXICAN-A Great Drama BOYS' LIFE IN THE DUKE OF YORK'S SCHOOL Under Southern Skies; Dick .Farrell's Prize; At Sunset Ranch- li!i,\M,\S. Chicken Thieves; Lady Doctor; Weary Vv'illie as Detective; JUBt His LLick-COAHCK - PATHE'S BRITISH WEEKLY- Comiii'.; Friday & Saturday "AT THE FOOT OF THE SCAFFOLD" : pprsnnnlity Air, .kirvis made of liim. .�^Ir. \'. Ii, H'rowii is well dcsoiving of iiieniion in the pseud:; dignity with iwhicli lip iiup.itcd the man sto-date service. S;iliinsf? from Alon-treal every Saturday. iMake your reservations NOW. For iiiformatlon'ask S. B. Mitchell, C. P. R. Agent, or write H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main Street Winnipeg, ;