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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .limp I'M BIJOU THEATRE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT ma mm THE GIRL? MISS HELEN GARDNER CLEOPATRA PREMIER OFF 10 1 GOLF CHANGE OF TILK K.Ml'Kl-.SS WAITING AT Tin: ciintcn The tirc of (he TAKE HOLIDAY IN WHITE GOES TO ENG- HOVE Tin- Lure of (ho CHy l-.imiiK Ollt THREE HIGHCLA56 DRAMAS OTHER GOOD ONES "ISS IRENE ALLE'4 MoniUv and 1 lira-lav, "At the Foot of lyjrllta RoSt-rtt'-l cri a consttKn' art- a-- o Hi the> are in N comblct-d cflcrts uiakec for tbe la- dtamaiic "Pino in written b> Walter, who gave iLe stagp Charjt ol at the r.i offer tctir apo- giei (or cot fulfiillof for Istt aigM ar.fi Helen Girdner In "CltopaUj" j( btl and en M In for "AhlbUion ol the moil coatly and masrJfirent feature Siarlst-d be open- a' II m. ou Monday Wednesday and Thursday for a EXCURSIONS BIJOU THEATRE td !n six revlB of dazzllcs perfection. British Empire Navy North Pacific Coast On Sale Daily June 1 to Sept. 30 Return Limit Oct. 31st, 1913 Oiuvia. 10 tralcs cil'slog ili be ibser.t Irorn the tapiUl d-jr- 1 of J'jK. lift !ea'-es the EcifroSd' dtfl col arrive. Sal'it-laj on a Knl.dat trip to IN acil Tie rlsce4 and uili be auai for a ,jreai However. T'-riib I r.r pruve tme.sler bas ter elfcrt. 'irrirr lea-.j: pressure most excellent I f'-'r and although hi? heallh is he is in of a rrst rccrtalicir. He will de- iViC deal of U'jie V.PIIJ. auav. to I.is Minnie o! Eoii Kon Vi" T- minister ol fin si.rt, f the present H deals a theme that Is vitally interesting to ever> man and woman and i In which the author handles his suhject IE both forcible and cere. He unfolds bis story compromise. His charatttTS are tak- al U.o Cn jrch" sn ei ojt erf ihe ad i emu res of ng rr.ao on his to Tht> ic the most t'ln and u ill be for several v.et'na flis trip will bf yf a I.o'.cJaj n.iiurf1, b'_t while in Lon I rir-n ihf nitnistcr ttfll tooV into ssv-1 'The "Tfcelcral _Matt.rb ui h-JSintss, married acicd and c e macoer. "In the Grip of a Charlatan" A Tnrllhog Story of a Modsrri fad and exposure OTHER FEATURES MONDAY AND TUESDAY "The Wage Earners" e of Industrial War, Finale Yo'j'll all LIVe. Lure of the and 'The FEHmg are ".I the beei chss ol photo-playe, and appeal to ibc laste of The com! CE also great mirtb- en froa life, and th-y as would ordinary huuiin licirgs turner! he saiue circuiHslanrej. IQ the play the author presents the spiritual con- flict growing out of familiar conditions selling of Ideals (or a mess of the man fighting for his own and being urn sled It is a ptey requiring1 acting the highest order, acd that is why it is bi-tcg of jromotert, and will cause jo-j all to Irene Allen compile a enjoyable programme by her f of "When I'm alone I'm lone Coming Mondaj and Tuesday, the great sensational feature At the Fcol of tns Scaftoid." j A Great Entertainment 1 One of Paul J. Hfnnej's experience with thai for ferocity she has her mate beaten a dozen Kalney'E hear hounds picked nip the scent one and In lull cry eet off, the party following as fast as I they could. When they heard the [hounds the> knew that close J work was at hand., and BO made all j haste to corr.e up ivith the pack. They j found the magnificent. Honest at bayf jgUlnp battle as best she could with (I twenty dogs snapping at her haimehts antt nipping wherever they could get a hold of her. She was in a furj and >he struck out with llghl nlng-like stroke of her pane. It looked though the dogs io rfeaih. Mr. T. P, Hominet, to July I si, Return Limit, July 4tli. R. G. McNIELLIE, Dltlrfct Passenger Agent, Caljary, Alia. CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION ould he i was operat- ing the moving picture macilne for thi- expedition, sot bis camera Jo jwork, and was grinding out the films jwhrn the lioness bowled over of the dogs, and made straight for the 1 party. .ind his companions .were i anghi unaware, and jihe bullet thai went crushing through dropped ntr six feet of the camera. in my life 1 seen an? the intervening lietweun the pack and our camera in Ihe leaps taken by that by the most dlEtins'jSEhed w actors ever assembled The slory of "Fine Foal hers1 Is plautible and not C'Jt of the orditsary In modern times It concerns ilstlf with a woman's craving for things and better than can be net the huBband's Income; with an opportunity to increase Ills wealth at the expense of his ideals; with tbe1 wife's blindness to the flner princi- ples involved, urging her husband to grasp tha opportunity, b'ecause a suave, convincing man of typifying the double standard of mor- als in present da; commerce, aisirres her that no harm Tioulfi be done to any one. But foreital] the pleaf- ure of ihe drama by telling It3 de- tails? Suffice to tr.ai H coatains reaches of pure drarnatic art. There are scenes written with nothing short of speeches that thrill bomf. and little lines that the tremendo'jcnesii of wbal we to often FAMOUS DIVINE DEAD London, June Lees, Ihe famous Scottish divine. Is dead, aged requite atAtnlion. Hon. U -I. Roche, minister o! the nienr.r, uho has been ;n some rcciipccatins after a seri- ous operation, nill in the capital tomorrow. EXPANDING OIL OPERATIONS Washing ten, JURE Pearson and Son. Ltd the Rriiish er-giaetrla? j Thtch has developed oil landc! in Mexico, on a mammoth scale, IE into Ecuador for tbe same pur fose. was received here tfcar. Lord Murray of Elibanh, a director of! the firm, 'has signed a contact nith (he Ecuadorian government for I he exploration and development of the republic's oil lands A similar contract recently was signed lombia. Co- Ask for rates by the Donald- son Line- "K will Eurpr.se jou little f he trip w iH cost Tiarge. new Up-to- date froai 3Ion- Ircal Sinrjday. llako vat sore NOW. For information ask S. E. Mitchell, C. P. R. Agent, or write H. E. LiDMAN, Agent. 349 Main Slnest Wjnnrpeg, regard commonplace. It is sub lEoialcd draina that holds the atten- tion from curtain to curtain. It cre- discuaslon between acts. hu- man appeal Is wonderful, and HE grip on life a manaclo. Tnls, and more things of the eamc sort, hare been eald of by thGrevlewere of York and Chicago. And the cast raided by H. H Pra- zee Is a Joy to contemplate, Robert Edeson playing tbe role of the busband; with Loltta. Hohcrti appearing as the wife; with Wilton The Buffet Lunch Next Door lo Empress Theatre Under new management Everything up to dale Reaionable OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ROBT, C, FITZ3IMMONS. Prop. HOTEL OUTLET PROCTOR, B.C. Fltblng. Boating. Bathing. An Ideal place to sj'end jour and and Monthlj Rales on application. American plan. 0. AND F. SNOW, PROPS. FRONTIER DAYS W1NX1PKG, July Slo 10 Broneho-BuBters, Outlaw Horses, Genuine Cowboys and Girl Roughrio'crs. See a Rang- er bulTdog a steer. The vio- lent, the Ihnllmg. A sighl to be long remembered. The Best Live Stock Show in the West The Canadian Percheron Sa- ciely'a First Futurity Event for Colts of 1912. LETHBRIDGE SATURDAY, JULY 12 Sir Wm, Whytc, F- J. C. Cox, President. Vice President. A, W. Bell, Sfcrclary W, H. 1 roasurcr. Free Circus'Street'Parade im, i 9 bands, 250 horses, 35. i people of all clintts in natire cmtumec will be In Two shows nirht at 9, doors open at 1 and 7 p.m. Waterproof Admbtwn lo tee it People Will See Calgary Industrial EXHIBITION _, JuneSO July .5 Will Be Expended to Help Them Enjoy It Reduced Passenger Rates Freight Paid on Alberta Exhibits Live Stock Unexcelled in the West Splendid Programme of Music, Vaudeville, Fireworks, Races I. S. G. VAN WART E. t, RICHARDSON President Manager, Calgary ;