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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June S THE LETTl BRIDGE DAILY HKKAJ-D 3 Spend Your Vaca- tion at Waterton Lak es UNEXCELLED FISHING BEAUTIFUL. SCEKEBY BOATING AWD EVBKY COMFORT FOR A QUIET ENJOYABLE HOLI- DAY AT SMALL C04T. Go By Way Of Pincher Creek Tb> U to Likes, Klrtt ac- comnodnlon al Hotel Ar- lington, Pinchtr CreeV. tn ro He, Ratil at Jehn Hotel. WATERTON LAKES oo WRITE FOR INFORMATION Rev. Canon M'Millen Delivered Eloquent and Patriotic Ad- dress to Brethren o------ "Waieb quit you In ihe (alia, im-ii bo sirosf c[ the Or- ho at'.pucted St r 10 a Rei od> Usi C'anou McMil- lan d found in ibe ehipter of FITS' Ic union ilit-re li develop- ed b> oae nay or a street lovf. for ibp homeland, to- Mlfa Jeslre 'o rights and jit! bf cited tic (hiMien of loraf-1, and ihPlr i of patrloi'Em had to ucilCce- thtU e lo U> b and In for r Ditn' i To-day and To-morrow ample M pBirlotn 10 fip.ireri. i tbe to ibr- Itfv FhrnUQg from JUl> Touting o-jr 10 cur ccunirj, Or. on McMiHen ss'A ID b11 ooTQ'iecocY- tmK Dominion or forl> ol ihp nrt in looltiri; thio'jjh her thai iht quesuon 10 "What art rioint cdi-.? ol Caoadi UTK- o-.r tftorls 1 Tiie lodgt noi a. plac- AO to r'd ol ifia'.s aati b-jrA-tii of iitxe life, out ;o-] jo to fcfi hpjp to ibc-m, and lo bf >our life The Feature You Have Waited For Is Here Now The mott famous motion picture Miss Helen Gardner in CLEOPAT And supported fay a great company POSITIVELY THE GRANDEST AND M03T EtABOR'TE ATTRACTION ADMISSION FOR THIS ATTRACTION ONLY............ THEATRE OPEN 11 A If. TILL 11 P. EVER PHODL'CSD TV.ENTY-FIVE CE'-.TS day bv i Chriii before ifcR community oj, iolloftcfl the race to this influence in ID of inherent love ol be incrfaied the OreeVs for thtir country. Canon not be gave a api.ropriau PV( 'Canada's Mfe If by of W ihe Greece1 al! Ihe as in toe oT Oca in Canada, ant in o-tr c'ly.j There anout fill-- Foresters had responded to call of their prcttm. inty having paraded Iron i.i- co'jntry in the and ho-A K of hail. -annual promotions Sr. firadef I to VJI. Sn Separate eclmol announced JT at ihe the rlosirg exprfteej. In cases :erm nork taken inio cor.Bidera- uon 1 tf namts o( successful AN WHO VMS EXILE AMASSED ones are 1u order n! merit. IMMF.NSE FORTUNE AND KmiiergarKn to Primary LEi T IT TO NEfHEW Milin. June MarlaunU. ft. ilcVn rterk a; tbp Tuoli Blz-llon ic the iuoirrbs of Rome ai a taUry of a week, hag JUM come in tor i windfall of Forty yeirf ago in unttr. Sfgnor Alltnsandro. Corrandoint, who was Italian consul at Alexandria. obliged to fly for his life during the ADil-CbriMiin persecutios. He pro Kalie t'etras. Bajr.e. Ku- rhenla I'opsoai, Oeorje Honlskl Mar? Honlfkl. Jubn Kostel- (nsalc, Katie Oyoree. UcTa Torasjklnn, SH've Parlniszki. McMnlion.'An. 'nie ttoreak. McCornjsck, John 'Hoinolirt. J'llla U hile. Alex Joe Tetrunla. Joe chollak. John He. 5 rlh rbant'V- Grade I. Beginners Mike nctbasXi. John Marie Lorcnz Kelly. Milas ceeded :o 6uenoj Ayres. where beir.R John Honteko. Mar> KonlsU. Mike of a frugal turn of roir.d and Homulus, CaerasNe. Peier Pe- JDJ be set his uncommon iTimia. wlta to the amassing of a fortune of Jr. Primer to Sr. Primtr lyre. He continued to live Jf.all (-yrier. Dora Noel, >lary on the Intertu till hh tSfath. rhak, Coelin. Mary Se.imen, K'flen hd will opened Jt Homul'iE. John McMahon. Geo be had ail along Intended io Kennedy, Helen .Maurice, Mary Os his eiiatc to bis MHTJ, Kcirh, Mike I'pirunU hid been J.apt In ullfrr fsnorance of Andrew Fiaser, .Inhn Ko'.ch, David nor- the huge fortune availing him. WCYBURN WANTS TO BE A CITY June pftifc. fneorpcralfon IB a city, lad cliims i. population of SU3 ANADIAN Ulrojoal. Marj Grade to Grade II. Herbert Aubre> Tennant, Maurice Harold Hancock. OriJIle KTltzwIser. Pisco, Richard Finn, Rfljmond Her son Georffi PlECO. John 7.1'iiacb, N'el- Bernard. John Durla, Ales Sea- '1an Mary LfgprsXi. Kooney. Gjorge, Sbtrman Tuf- rotte,'b Andrev Coyle, Cecil Jr. It. to Sr. Grade II.1 Howard Grler, Willip I.loyd. Simon Bpmhari. Charlif- McMahon. Grifak, .Matlf Peiras. Tom mack, ilike Lucriifkl. Miry, Veronica Tcdd, Katb- en MorrlBBey. Beatrice Al- Audet. Annie Pisco, Kane Smhb. .Mar> Km ma C'ocllea Grade III. to Grade IV, Kaii? nakob, Annie Xuback, LuciUe Kelly. Katie Chumic, Bhtibe Katie Emuia Petruaia, Lucy Teresa. Mary SmtrlcV Marsueriie PJPCO. Mike Popsom, John PlEco, George Choilack, John McCo: mark. Tora R; John Hancoct, Alei Rebar, Jce Petrunla. On Zettel Harold Audei, Helen Grade 111. Jr. '.o Grade HI. Sr. Eleanor Bun si, Minnie Gerald Katie Seaman, Mary Cho'lacX. Helen Peuas, Adolf Mayers, Alex Segrcy. Grade IV. to Grjda V. Harold j George Picchik, Stephen I Andrew Zamlne. Mary Ba'xos, j Dales. Eileen Pracbt, Cyril Miron KaiSc Flebar, Antile McCotraack, S1, tan KregofEki. Hatel White. Alic Chumic, Hudac, Dorothy Uor an. Mike Xegrey, John Todd. Mar; Grier. Cora Pelletier. Katie Tennanl Joe Kregofski. Earl Ne" Special Fares Account Dominion Day .man. Paul Ktopah. Budas, Mar- Grade V. lo Grarfe VI. garet VaselnaSt. Gen- Andrew Hasulafc, Minnie Popsotn Zettel. Anntp Whlce. Katie Kree- Myrtle Dtlay, Kmma Me ofslii. Julia Chnime, Sauchuclt. Joe Pisro. Ruesel Coollen Skrukua, Hoycbuck, Annie CiTisack, Helen Miron. ;Lena Van Dotn. Grade VII. to Grade VIII. Grarft K. to Grjdc (II. Mary RnEbaski. Annie Luceasifl. Ytra Zettel. Annie Petras, Mary KOS- e J telnick, Mary Sauer. Margaret Por-sam, Katie PopEom, EUfe Bardet, Kroplnac. Marion j Burrel. Wilson, Annie Kath, -Harold Kennedy, Harold Grfer, eleen Crier. Marion Kcnney. At close ot school a short pr gram was creditably given by ih pupils, who irere addressc hv rather Rosentbal oa the duties 'luring the holiday period. July 1, 1913 Going dates, June 28th, to July Ut, 1913. MONEY STRINGENCY LIKELY TO RESULT IN LARGELY DE- CREASED ATTENDANCE times have bit the seologiste. IE a matter Lllllltj July 4tll. lof moment to Canada, for the I International Geological Congress fa R. G. MtNIELLIE, dlle ln feft ,Mks and the Do- Dlilrkt Paisenger 'm'nfon a-ithorities reason to fear that it will not come in full atreogth, Cjlgiry, Alia. An Iniernatloiial geological ________.______________ is A goorl thing for a country. It num> 'bprs amonp its mernoershlp (hp lead Hng geolORisis of the Many of i them are in touch v-Jth Invest Inj5 Interests anrt are rcRUlariy con by them. The geologists, ahen ,ever Ihey travel, especially in such a geo. loalc-jl as Canada, collect fnfor- I mition and phoiojaapbs which ImaVe of In (o fhelr {rlassM at Jind fn jlng fttticles for scientific periodicals, are largely madr. use of by writers for newspapers and The Buffet Lunch Nent Door to Empreo Thiatre Under new minjgement Everything up (o Prices Reaionable OPEN DAY AND NIGHT C. riTZSlMMONS, Prop. Jrgcd Mob to Imprison Minist- ers to Revenge Mother FigKt Jur.e 2P Vburii. daughttr cf .Mr? Kmu ne Pankhurfit.'the buffraeecce lead ed an part> to [Join ireet ibie afternoon for ibe porp >r ItDprlBOnlr-E the Cabinet The cspediiion uaiiicc'isful. The attempt. 10 capture ning street lied, but the not thout Iierce Bcrimc-.EgiE Both po emea and ftoraun injured. Miss Pankhurst Bpp'.aTed at a de monstraiSon !u Trafalgar Square In fa- number ol geologists from European such as because they are military and not be allowed to have their countries at ihe preseol juncture. there Mil be some hun- dreds come; they nlll be laken Canada from Scotia lo British Columbia, and much gcod is exrxoted to resuH from their visit. ot frfe Bpeecb, She denounced ;he Right Hon. Reginald McKenna, ihe Home for "killing my tben sbe javjied the to go to DOR nir.g street and "tmpriE on tbe ministers in tfcevr bouse-." SuitJcK her Action io her jumped from the wagon, large body of many ol dock Corkers, and jparch d at their head Whitehall, tbe flag of tbe Women's and Political Union, surmounted by a lib eriy cap. The police, had been prised of the intentions of thB d'L and bad tbroa n a strons cordon around strcel. Thi 5 tried to hreaK througn HOI some of the xomen to tbeir aid but were severely handled la ing lo the ground, and the deckers clubbed Many Of them arrested. Fina ly mounted polloo catne to the rescue TtV incident, -'hkb 1rd to rnaicii to Downing strefti was Mis, I'an'sbiiritB to a put to the meeting, because it con- tained no Qirecl Indication ol for "The men on ;his she eaid, refused lo pit the ques- tion of women's vclc resolution That what democrats tliey are.'1 Then, pointing toward Dogmas she continued: "The ministers ,re just a handful of cowards They lon't all go for wcefc-ends, and v.e :onld imprison them In thsir houses >ven Ibis aflernosn. If went here Wbat yon going lo greeted this speech, and TEN- CENTS SINGLE FOR THREE "At The Foot oi the Scaffold" Ezc'lmg and Sensational Two Retl Feature uThe Governor's Daughter" "Cleopatra" at SUMand Today Witb the produiuor, a-- (ho feature atirai- lou, Starlsiiid uih doubtless bt: d to its iurr.051 Lapavity both nd tomorrow, ft dote noi stem sin- gular (bat a uoiiun ihujlo as Cleopatra Ian unto 'le tontMer KIR nsoralb of hur imc- and eipcually iho mamitr acd meUiod of her up. There Is much in her eventful life hai Is not BO nicked as pathetic, ihac I (0 a not 50 good as beautiful ThU at I FOUR UPROARIOUS COMICS MISS IRENE ALLEN FOR THREE Admission 25c, FOR THREE TEN the view of eullghicntd j d COTTON THREAD IS ON THE PREE LIST Wellington, the agent on tLf Mrit: revision bill the benefit of the household, thej n'Ht- nK'nl tbrovjzli It niM (hfti allot tli" late 1-opcd to have the bill by nlgM. (o the t'ril finance "e ity. Itoni her iofancj the hand nnu againtl her. To preserve to iierself "Iiat vvas hers by Ian and to put couon ANOTHER OOSE FOR LAURA threat! en ihe free Ihis Ration followed a Fj-iiited de- body an'l lier kingdom- she was :ill but tonjiellcd to resort iose which ttn.fca, iiiEhonor v-nuh. nonvilhstanding, arc not no- tioeably (.harfioable man. At the of tnelie she married father to her jo miser brother, without cillitr strength or Juno Laura Ger- bale uas carried by inte jdldinp a M the Saf- ihfc of meiuljors of the rcUased from prison. jr.nanco toRmiiitet '.sno clotor.dtd the on n. 10 ill-bpalih broughi 1m ibe bill as it iht house, toddj. Miss is a pn the majoriiy on oi months al hard labor, mce did noi alter. boen convicted of conspiracy to r Simmons. (.haiTman oi tat com- Icoiimm malicious to prorerty. ON i m REGINA LOST COP WHO WAS TALLEST IN CANADA STILL GROWING AND HOTEL OUTLET PROCTOR, B.C. Baatinf. fci thing- AD liftal place to ipend your Day Kal jo, md and Monthly Rates on application. American 6, AHO F. SHOW, PROP6. In ihls wHy a cotinnry gets large anoounl of valuable uriverlising Can- nith HR coal gold, June JoliTiLtonc, the policeman in Canada, Eotir.d rirad on his beat an hour this morning. Brain trouble evidently Ihr cause ol death. There is no suspicion of foul play- 'Ihe deceased stood six feet, be deprived ol a coutee cd at 2 50 iri Ihr of spirits and made the rtmark to the sergeant that he gained pounds since coining to Heglna. One ho'ir later CocisU bral arfioi.icd thai Johnston, stumblert across the body of bis romrarjf, inst outside ihs bal Dark, on the north side. here general to- gelling into line. Miss Pank- hurel JiwiJed the march. Between a ousacd and thousand persons her panner, ?inging "Tho stftrtecl the rampage, the suffragette leader left tbe actual di- rection ol alfairs to her supporters. The police hastily gathered reinforce- menls, and cordoned both ends ol street. nding they were unable lo enter ding street from Whitehall, a large conllnsent slarlcd through 51. park intention ot forcing their nay to the ministerial throuab Ihe pirk eofraace the Thlt manoemer was Instantly resisted. The police Etcured the fcanuer aed can of liberty and otb er tropbies. The diiturbance lasted half an hour. Finding tfaemselvea repulsed, PanVhvrrst ami her supporters tnarcb' cd bacV lo Trafalgar Sriuare. In the course of her speeca, deciartd tbat her mother was slowly dylnK. and that her hair had gor.6 nearly In the past vho brains. Having hctself. beauty, courage acd a heart that aloajs true to the cause before she ncier- ES fcubjciled lo heaitbrcaliine iJiatioiii, (hat j p-eakcr man would lesentcd. Perhaps the great secret cf Cleo- patra's poner of winning, as a ar.ter has suggested, the instinctive in- sight she pOEtcsbCd inio men's dls- liositions, and her exquisite tact in dfccot ermg their 'jinerable paints. Eho Julius Caesar by throwing herself into his and von Anleuy's heari b> Assuming rule there. She hc-rtelf to be car- ried to .Julius Caesar: she bade Mart Anton> to come io hrr. She behaved nitb deference and bumiliiy to Cae- tar; she treated Antony to des- and compelled him io be hum- ble before her. Hers vas the poetry oi corjuetry. The management positively anlcc tbis atlraclion as ihe gr that lias heen here. Reduclion of Price of Adnilsiion the Empress The aUemion of the public of Lethbridse U called to the fact thai from todaj the price of ad- mission lo tbis favorite piajhc-jbc Is reduced from tbc old price of 1.1 cents, each, to tents for three pers and ten cents for tine. In makin? this great reduction Uie management wish to emphatically that it "ill not affect ihe high standard, of entertain mont 5l has been their objeci maintain, and that they Mil cor. inuu to tht best productions ti r'.clurc world for the clectaliou of Ihelr patrons. ATTEMPT TO DESTROY TRAIN Britisli Empire Navy Scenes at Bijou Wednesday and Thursday programme for this as the headlintr the The opening week "ill Imc really magnificent o-reel feature At the foot of the Scaffold." This pecial feature is full of Ihe most In- Icnse and Eccsatlonal excUemenl, and s, without question one of the most icinarkable photo-plajs jTeseut- Ed ai any picture theatre in this city. Another drama that will appta! to nur patrons is Che Governor's la full all ttic pood that in.ikc a rca] good play. 'bo laugh-makers are four in num- ber, an1 are guarantee'! to produce the smile that rub out. Ircr.e Allen "ill add lo the enjoyment of excellent program by her alngir.g of liie latest song hit. ComiiiK on Wednesday anrt Thurs- day, a grand special (no-reel fctdire, "Tlwi Whims of Kate." Halle, Germany, June dy namlte cartridjes plxcwl on the tracks of the main railroai running between Berlin, Halle Cftstel. H Is tbe Intention was to dealroy a Iratn as the cart- were faatened to the rails. Sec- (Son hands tru- explosive just ID tlrao to present, an accident- A' LYTTLETON VERY ILL June Hlght li Alfred Ijrionlst member of Parllamcnv for SI. George's, Hanover Squire, has undergone a strlous cjv eration and Ills condition Is critical He Kacrciary of Slnte far luo Col onlcs In oldest- Ford just Ion yea is itli. And iif> -youngest hrolher tiie choice ol'the a bcHor ctiv thnu those Iniilt nol loupf ami sold ;il nearly Uvice price. mnkcs.llic Kurd price low. More than Fords in evidence of Iheir merit. Runabout. roiiring Car, far ol. M'Alkcnillc, ultn all u. VIIJTUJ: >232-3rd Avenue South, Ucthbrligs ;