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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. June 1913 'J'HL LKTriRRTDOE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT SATURDAY MATINEE- SPARKLING MUSICAL COMEDY THE GIRL? With "RAYMOND PAINE- ..nd Encdknt Company Cilchy Mutie Prttly Olncti BrlHunt Suge EHeclt iiou Sal- dt aij.l Hn.di PRICES: 35e. SOc. 7St, GRAND WEEK END PROGRAM TIIlv MM PRESS Tlic Empren Program fi up to J Slandard. net Do f, COOL GOOD WORK OF THE INSTRUCTOR WAS REVEALED IN THE EXHIBIT AN OPEN LETTER FROM t MIB) HELEN GAPONEP i AND TUESDAY NEXT "Oii'lhe Sli-ps the Ont of Ifce greatest jnd most Sensational Features Shown in this City 'The Slu'rill's SisliTs" An Intensely exciting drama of jealousy and rivaTry. AND OTHER GOOD ONES. Renumber, no cnange In pricti You Can Stop Drinking No mm has ati excuse for Lie lug under ifie influence of ibe liquor habit Von ran ban nil of Alcoholism comu'.eielj evadlraitd from >our lyaiem h> (he NEAL Trpaonenl. AH Ibal req-nr- ed Initiative action b> jou Ea cctolng to our Institute. The fietlJTreatLr.ffnt conilsls o[ a putetr vegetable rompound tak- en no hypodermic In- lining em plowed When patient Iftaies the Inatiltne he completely restored 10 both bodv And mind. KM! Treatment for Drug Habit fs juii us enlclent but wqulnea longer tlree (or "A Little Journey to Tte Insiilutea EJberl Hub bard. NEAL INSTITUTE Wen, Calfliry, W4525 plaint) i (rhool -AOii uiluiou b Work (torn tt lOc 1Sc. lo the K uradta Las betn tHlf-red. and by I'nnclpa! of iW Manual Train- FCboot, and II Nitninoni, drawJu; art M I'attpson, ar.d ui'thaukal drawing ri.d or 'A b> .Mf-x Smllb of Smith Itros ft WjlfOL, and iery excellent are c-xbll.ltM l.y IU- g-1l -A ho a markf-ii aptitude for [tie 'llm prbe -.itrt CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT darning and Violet Grade VI Cashed and itoncd jiall'.iKi shiri Gil- Iciple. 3. Florence Bailey. Grade loaf S. Woslyng Working Grade test draa ing anil alphabet Silfi Ilig- .inboiham. O. Fuller ton. COMPLETION OF THE JUDGING IN' Grade VII uorklcg drawing THE CATTLE RINGS AT fcale nn paper, B. Young CLEOPATRA THE Feature Btiutiful We -vouid tmt the ed. ft be open ccnlln-_c from 11 "CLEOPATRA elaborat- 'rj to eq-j tHlll p.rr V-.r-ptL.9jl attract 131 s-en i '.f-it IAI and Saakhlcon. The IH include [our attx "The oirl Ton Igh t 3 ndi tomor rti s am rd j, ill be seen al (he the ECU clever m'JEkil lablcid Tbe numbers are i citcby, and dacces' something (bit uill to ud i tor Raymond Paine aud Tail lor, the well comedy, and in "The Girl Question" have many excellent opportunities to THE FAIR N, Grtvde Hest orking drawing, The itei mair.der cf the clauses, so unpublished- GALLOWAY bull, an> aso, In gold ntfd bj Bank of K. scali and scale on Sites ihr re- pappr M. Robinson (Fleel- in the 2. It. McBeth (CentralK Hull. TeeE Bull. Tees. >carf 1 and 2 >ear oM 1 jnd W. .Spend Your Vaca- tion at Waterton Lak es UNEXCELLED FISHING BEAUTIFUL SCENERY BOATING AND EVERY COMFORT FOR A QUIET ENJOYABLE HOLI. DAY AT SMALL COST. Go By Way Of Pinctier Creek This the lo resch First class nc- commodatjon at the Hotel Ar- lington.Ptacher Creek, en route. Ratet jt John Hazxard's Hotel, WATERTON LAKES S2-00 Oty FOH INFORMATION Grade IX Beei aorhtng drawing to one section and be made on paper K Hagell 2, L. Dunsworlh MANUAL TRAINING Wood Grade wbiskholder or bPBi W. Henderson incetwooin; I, W. O Fullerlon iFleelwoodj. Grade Best knife bojc or ink Joseph Hop t 'i, B. Young Grade roller or clock M. Robinson {Fleet 2. G. Green stool or otber Email oi 'piece of furniture, staining and finish- ing to be taken tnio 2. A. Reid: 2. G, Grade colteclire exhibit Westminster, 2. Flfietwood. ART EXHIBITS Individual Grade mass drawing of s. leaf George Filtner iFleet- woorU: Albert Vogan Grade simple landscape draw inz, G. Hanscn 2, Jas MacLeod t West- Grade mass drawing ot an animal, G. Shaw- (West 2, Thos. Hardy Grade sketch of a flower, 1 Winnie Sear 1Jamager FandriulBt iCentralJ. j Grade design for a class pennant, "Ce- cil 2, Holt (Fleet- wood) Grade design for a sur- face pattern naler Norman Higmbotham 2, Philip j Grade monogram or de I sign of an historic Roman ornament Pertha Hullon K. Donaldson Grade cartoon, I, Kdnard Hagell. next on the trans-, Grade eAbiblt, Mack and dUpliy their talent. The Eddie Foy I in their Imltadon crate dance are an added feature, acid al- racL a great deal of attention Seats are now on sale al Mason Rtsch's plico Biore; prices, 25, 35. 30. and 75 cenle. One performance nlghl- y at Special matinee at 3 p m Saturday; 10 and 25 cectE 4 at Sttfland on Monday USB Helen Bull and K. Tetfi n-ftb calf at and 2, K TepR Heifer, y Jears and 2, W E Tses. Heifer, i and 2 E Tees. Heifer 1, W K. Tees and three fema an> age. oanetl b> one and 2. E. get of one bull, any age or and 2. K. GRADE CATTLE (Beef Breedc) Heifer. 2 A. Graham. Hel fer, 1 1, A. Graham; 2, C S. Crest. Heifer A. Graham Fat BtetT, rt >cars old or W. E Tees: 2. Simon and Sons, Carsiaire. (Dairy Breeds) milking or niih How- land De Wimon; J. M oil- son, Saslv. Heilcr, 2 Nees. Heifer, 1 jear R. A. Graham, Heifer R. Ness. on. H. START WORK ON Ollan.1, .Iiine %ill te next week on trans-. konlintntal car shops al tj :cbcc. Edward'Hagell; tliuugli these shops will not hr tensive as at Winnipeg, (hey i will be the Jinesl on the con- tincnt. H cost about ANADIAN PACIFIC pecial Farei Collective Drawing Exhibits Grade selected exhibit and nhite drawing fioin pupils In erect (tic plant, uhcn. when Cm- an, one Ctas5 Miss Jensen's mil ernplr.) about men. 'ronni Tlic diHorcnt huildings arc local-d so (irade Same eThibit-1, as lo alkro lor tnture cvpansion Waterman VnrK FranK Ha7.1 n of Account ominion Day 1, 1913 ing dales, ..hirio 28lli, July I si, 1013. .tirn .July -lib. R. 0. McHIELLIE, Olitrlct Pjjsengsr Agent, Calgary, AIU. WILSONSX FLY PAD: POISON I (vn cent packet nill kill moremeii of any Micky fly killer, Refuie aubitrtulei, which are t-rintd I'op" est of the placer] on a rculi. ihai of tbe :il Theatret, [xd.. In ijeum The new con i b'j'14 a bouse and ixuft mentioned sta Navy at tnt July 2 jni At the poplar H-joa on Jui> _' t. a series of a.citloi iiiciurcj wn! (bit no do'jht to iCEterday tf to e.'trj I at once, jcf Uthbrldge- "UrUIsh Vaiy also staled tbat thty have now [pictures" in teien retfB Tbt 3titlfcd with Mooet .vaiy. in al] Us f.rancbes, is pldttd bt- ihe audlente on ;he BIJo-j screen feat-ire iu a raosi compltte manner. Aciong ihe mac> are Included ir-e building 0I tee dreadnojgl.t M S Si VHicett. tarious photos being from Jan- uary to September; a trip on a SUD- niarine, and a bailie-ship En- of ihe French and Gtr man naviea are This Is abeoluitly non- political In !ts character, and be I enjoyed b> regardless of r- or rellelon- On tbe two dales In quesiion. tbe DIJo-j be open from 11 am. 10 11 p In order to ghe ever> one an opporfunliy to see Ibis wonderful pic- lure. Box Eeau will be resorted IQ advance. Early application should he made for same, as Ihe demand will be great General remain the Eame, 10 cents Fine The prod'jclion of the greatest dra- irlumpli of the twentieth afctoucdiog ,tury. IE an event In tbe history of presentation of "Cleopatra" will be Lttbbrldge lhal IE without parallel. Ihe atlracllon, at. Starland on Monday To see a comrany of Broadway and Tuesday next Never before In! stars, composed of such theatrical the hleiory of molioa pictures has [stars as Robert Edeson. Wilton Lack- such an elaborate and cosily produc-'aye. Rose Gogfalan, Lollta Robertson, lion been attempted. This presenta- Amelia Summers and Max Fignian, lion of "Cleopatra" actually cost j assembled on the at one time, Is 000 to produce, and la faithfully re- {sufficient to draw capacity houEes tn in amazing scale of magnl-jany production, but to see ibest corded on [Sconce. A writer has said of Cleopatra that 'she was bom a. princess, reigned a q-Jeeo.-won an emperor, braved a hero, and defeated a conqueror, while her personal blandishments live, lo the imiglrjattoD ot posterity, ae far tbe facts of hlstorj'." Miss Helen Gardner'e interpreta- tion of this, tbe moit wonderful wo- man tbb world bas ever known. IB a revelation. She I? Bernhardt rejuv- enated, young and fascinating. Her rythmic beauty, culture and delicacy, artistes In (he moat remarkable drama ever.written IF Bufficient to have the house sold o'Jt before the doors arc Seats for this production are al- ready being reserved, sucb reserva- tions taking preference tbe usual adtance sale. Special Programme it the Empress There is a grand programme at the Emprets for the finish of the great Fair week. The headllner is a really grand, exciting and highly sensational ,11, L'AtiLlUE rtUU IJIgUIJ bt Uli A the undivided ..Al ,he Fo th bcld ScaJtold." This is unloubledly one of spellbound thrtrjghout the whole M- .he fjDeBt i tlon of tbe play. "Cteo-pafra" Trill positively be shown at on .Monday and i Tuesday next, and win doubtless ere-' ale a genFttion on'lhose two j A Lasting Succcu members of the Lcthbridge Music and Dramatic Society undouht. edly scored ihclr grfaUst success In ihnlr laat and fifth production of "The j are also olher gooj pictures, in tbe city. A drama of surpassing merit is, "The SherlfCs Sisters." This picture Is pro duced and the scenes are in tbe t al- ley of El Cajon, Southern California. and IB of EreM beauty and excellence. Another drama that will appeal too is "Won by Counlij al Die MajesLL- of tne acd most approved atre last nfght. On Wednesday night Oracle selected exhibit v.atcr color drawing, pupils of one class Miss-McXab (Central) Rrnde Mr j Shaver i Orade ethibil, black and 1 while drawing monogram Mlsr- Sharman i _____________I______ ;WHY THE DELAY i IN GETTING BQNDS Delays m rcccivmj; the lithographed hord fornri Tor the sold to Ihe Gundy Co. months ago continue to the finance commit- tee ot tlic cotittCil some worry. A uire was received from Wood, Qundy Co. stating, lliat Ihcy u'ere to pay over the soon as tlic botids arc reccUcil by tliein in Toronto. The council cannot understand Ihr tlclnj r and Mayor illntdic inlimaicd Ihla afternoon lhat, 'Manager Harmon of Ihe Hank of Montreal, is on the point of going give a militarj display at the boarding school. The Marleod baseball team will lay a gocd number of games next eek. if ihe weather man fit to allcm them Leihbridge plays here on Tuesday morning, and Mac- leod KOts there to play at night. Warner 7-ill again try to pull of a double-header in Macleod on Wednes- day, and will also play iiacleod again at Sweet Grass. Mont, on July The laieHE estimate on ihe lax rate lo be made by the council is slightly under eleven mills. If ihls rate Is struck, it will be ihe lowest rate for any lonn of MacleoiJ's size in West- ern Canada. Ralph MEggs, rnor.oline operator of the Advertiser, has relumed from Re- Etna. Rbere be has been spending his holidays. E1NIE CORDIALE POICAIRE AT BANQUET TO KING SAYS FRIENDSHIP IS GREAT- LY STRENGTHENED London. June 26- "Today the friend ship between [he i nations becomes 10s 10- BIJOU THEATRE Friday and Saturday "In the Grip of a Charlatan" AN EXPOSURE OF A MOO- ERN FAD I OTHER FEATURES 10 Monday and Tuesday "The Wage Earners" A STORY OF A BITTER WAR CAPITAL VS. LABOR TODAY ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM The Stupendous Military Thriller "A Southern Cinderella" In Three Parts A Feature of Overwhelming Sensationalism 2 REALLY FUNNY q COMEDIES "Cleopatra" strengthened and re-affirmed. Co op- eration continues between them htcli does not exttade the co-onf-ratiori of any other power, but on the conlrarj-. 10 Jhc mafniamence or European peace, and establishes be- tween Great Britain fraternal confi- dence anil common gcod will." This was the keynote of an elo- quent speech President Poln- care delivered at a luncheon in his honor In the Gulldnnll yesterday, li Is farther emphasized In 'a stlrrlns message, which SI Po' has siren to the British nation. The President's ifslt to the city was a triumph He received ,1 great ovation as he through the rtcnstlj crowded streets List nigbt Polnrare enlerlaintd King George .it the Freprh Embassy. "Ihe narqnet OEII iri respect FYench. The the valuable plate, the decorations, and eVen the ends coming from across the channel. I Oc Wednesday and Thursday JULY 3rd AT THE BUOU THEATRE British Empire Navy MOTION PICTURES IN SEVEN REELS INSPIRING INSTRUCTIVE EDUCATIONAL PATRIOTIC Ifjc From 11 a.m. to II p.m. BANQUETTED APOSTOLIC DELEGATE lime Stagni. Papa] deleualc. nas [he gucsl ot lion, or at noon todaj- at a hanqtiel tender- ed by Ihe ladles of ihe Altar Society of Hie Holy Rosary Church of Reaina. Among those present Lleut.- Oovcrnor Brotin. W. II. .Martin, MP.: Ulsliop Mathteu. and all the Catholic clergy of the citj. This evening a public reception lie given tbe Papal deleeaje at [he Hail. Magnificent Views of Canada's Greatest Pleasure Resort Shown on the Canvas at Y1C.A, UO Saturday Next Secure Free Ticket from Mitford Co. ;