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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 6, 1013 THE r.ETTTBRTDGE DAILY HERALD ORDER BY MAIL YOUR FILMS OR PLATES FROM i The British and Colonial Photographic Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ALL ORDERS EXECUTED BY RETURN MAIL PRINTING AND DEVELOPING FOR AMATEURS if [AJII HDBTHEBH gTElSHIPli, ITO. � ATLANTIC ROYALS Now Dales of Sailing from MONTREAL AND QUEBEC Tuesday, May 20 ......,......"Royal Edward" Tuesday, June 17,.............."Royal Edward" Tuesday, July 1............... "Royal George" 2Tucsday, July 18.............."Royal Edward" "ROVERS CONTINENTAL TOUR" From Montreal, July IBth $236.00 RETURN. Ask for particulars and booklet. For further information, illustrated booklet, etc., apply to any Rail or Steamship Agent, or write A. H. DAVIS, General Agent, Winnipeg. ewWMPIC" HTTED WnH DOUBLE SIDES AND ADDtTIONAL WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS EXTENDING FROM'THE BtnOM fo Ibe TOP OF THE VESSEL WUI San trsm Neiv York May 24 - June 14 and Regularly Thereafter V/HITE STAR LINE, 333 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG NAIBSONIINE SCOTCHMEN! IRISHMEN! ENGLISHMEN! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If you want your friends lo reach Canada in the early spring, book their passage here, NOW. Wo can issue their tickets, furnish all information and keep you poBted as to when they will arrive. Stm have CABIN and THIRD CLA3S aocommodations op all steamers. Sailings weekly; large nev? steamers; low rates. Apply to S. B. Mitchell, Agent C, P. R. Lethbrldge, Alberta. H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent, 349 Main St.. Winnipeg, Phone M5812. "THE STAMPEDE" BUCKING HORSE AT THE WINNIPEG STAMPEDE ANADIAN Around the World $639. lO 'A three months holiday trip. Use liny Transatlantic steamship line to connect with EMPRESS OF ASIA ' � From Liverpool, June 14th Ports of call-Madeira, Cape Town, Durban, Colombo, Singapore. Hong Kong, Shanghai, Nagasaki, Kobe and rokohenM. R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passgr. Agent. Calgary, Alberta. TO RBPRBSENT BRITAIN JLondoo^ May 5.-^There has been some uncertainty as to the composition of'the British polo team, which 'Will attempt to win the International polo cup firom the American team at Meadowbrook, Long Island, N.Y., in June, hilt fnts was removed today, when King George ibade farewell to the �challengersi at Buckingham Palace. The chosen quartette to represent the British Isles were Captain R. Ritson, Caiptain Leslie St. Cheape, Captain ,Vivian Lookett and Captain Noel Edwards. The team when he shook hands with Ivheon, wished them luck In their ettortB to ihring the oup back to England. Snap--Irrigated Farm W� hav� 263 acres 3% miles from Lethbrldge City limits,, whioli we can sell for $65.00 an acre. This land is fully irrigated and very adaptable for dairy ifarmlhg. 100 acres Timothy and alfalfa. HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Go. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. . Phone 644 Like every other feature at "The Winnipeg Stampede"  the "Bucking BroncliDs" are "The Real Thing." They are naturally irreclaimable fighters, and their savage and reckless efforts to throw their riders canuot be corrected. They may be tempoi--arily conquered after a prolonged and often dangerous struggle requiring e.\--traordinary agility, skill and courage on the part of their 'Hers, but with every effort >? n:?"- ,, , of the con;. 8 'Ttv. een and Instinct on ,)np, slrts, and brain."-' .and nerve red from the range for this celebration, but are outlaws that ha>-.i defied jnan's efforts to tame, from various jiarts of tho United States i lul Canada. They have been turn' J loose on the rangp in one haad, at i havf� come in con taot vv.lth no .hii! iin being sinte "The Stampede" was leld last Septemiber. The managemcn havi: the moan-time been on tu lookout for horses of this nature, . Iioso, owners have given up in despi'r of ever trying lo gentle them for ,.ractica] use. During the past few months they have purchased eleven ciead lo be added 'o the already larg' i umber tbat are at present on the ruiTe north of Medicine Hat, Alberta on the extension ranch of A. P. Daj who is the Arena director of "The S ; mpede." These horses a"! natural born "buckers" and req re no spurs or quirts to do businejs, vhen once an attempt is made to de them. They are all Ingood healf condition and are put on grain feeii sixty days before the opening- of IJe celebration, and exercised over i'e prairies, so they will be in first olass condition as to wind, and endtir-.;ice when they are led out for aspirart.i tor the title of champion bucking lorse rider of the world to ride at "'. lie Stampede" In August. ilL PASSES RESOLUTl TO Page 3 SOESFORARiRYS o To Rent Truck Farms on River Bottom--Other Routiae Business Towards the cioso of ycilerday s session of th" cit; council \ld. Aird decided to bring up a fev points which hud beon in. his thoight3 for some lime past, and liia su.ggestlons were the only raaltcrs deali with by tlie council oiilsidi! tliK ordinary routine business. As intiniau'd in tiic llernid a lew days ago the council yesterday passed a motion granting the Doniiniou government a fri'c site of tlirei- acres at Henderson Pari; |)rovi(led the militia department will erect an armory here. Tiic site proposed i.s in the northwest corner of thw parit in the space rpservpd for athletic grounds. Aid. Aii'd is also ilie �farmer member of the council. Tlir council owns 160 acres bouplit last year from the A. R. & 1. The land is on 'he river bottom, and yesterday Aid. Aird suggested that the city offer five and ten acre lots of this properly on three year leases at the nominal rental of one dollar per acre i)Rr annum for those who may wish it for truck gardening purposes. His suggestion was adopted, and applications are now in order. The land is good quality and being close to the city would make good garden lots. It is the intention of the iias been revised,and drawn up ii> ihi: liiy solicitor. It was passed \'y liir .duncii yesterday and the cii> bolieinj;- in-structod to prepare a. I>.\i.i� in i-aise $42,000. the city's poiiion ,,f ti,,, j.obt of constructing it. It will i).. submitted to a vote as soon as i , un hi: prepared and published. After much discussion r me .-iHii ivyiaw, it was found thai ;lieaf at a cost of $5000. Aid. .-^i.ciili objected on the ground liia,- the eiiy did not have the money, and ilie iiiai-ter was accordingly tabled until further notice. The city engineer was :n.-,'iu'ted to proceed at once to lay v.,iter mains to the new- building being ioii.�ti-\ict-ed by the International liurvester Co. in North Lethbrldge. Over 20 years ago tlif 'i'.^ made an agreement with the A. K 4- I. Co. whereby the latter were lo deliver water to the -city provided a bonus of $30,000 were paid. The old agrei?-ment has never 'been revoked, but the city is now using tlie water at Henderson Park. The liill to; water for the lake, taken from the irrigation ditches amounts to f-'d jKJl-Itlcal conditlonn in ibot coutiiry. At Starland .Ml ?lar featUTp programmes are being shown at Starland of late, today's bill being no exception lo the general rule. Foremost on tlic bill i.q the remarkable dramatic sciisatiou, 'Tho X'engcance of Heaven." an unusual story, filmed in two reels by the splendid Reliance Company, On the same programme is also "The Idol of the Hour," a romance of an artist's model, enacted amid ex-fiuisite surroundings by the all-star Thunhouser Company, Completing the bill i.-; the e\er popular Gaumout Weekly Gazette, and a rlpijing Keystone comedy. I'arlsi and Magine, the talented en-lertainors, appear ai each t-how in an entirely new act. I'be special feature for Wednesday and Thursday will he llie irtMncndous three-reel Broncho feature, 'Tiu Pride of the South." *   "The Country Girl" at the Majestic, May 12 and 13 Judging by the Interest taken in the Lethbrldge Dramatic and Operatic Society's first api)earauce, capacity audiences will greet them at their opening performance. Never before has such an array of talent appeared at the Majestic, and in the vehicle cliosen for their initial prosentalion, scope is given to every member in the cast to show their ability. It is a musical comedy of the very best ti pe with a vein of humor running through it that continually bubbles and effervesces throughout the whole three r.cts. Tiie musical numbers are all of a rich quality, tuneful and catchj, and as the musical part of the program Is in the capabl� hands of Mr. Geo Mltford, the results obtained are far more satlsfactg-ry than the most Hangulne member of the company expected. Mr J. Geo. Harper has attended to the directing of the chorus in the various dances and also to the whole stage settings which are of rare scenic beauty, ills task has been an arduous one. but in the accomplishment ho feels justly proud. Every member of the company has taken such indlvid'jal interest In rehearsals that success is assured. The costuming and scenery has been carried out to duplicate tho piece as presented for COO nights at Daly's Theatre, London. Eng. The pick of Southern AlbcTlr'-x beauty has been chosen for the c us, and it ran safely !>o aald thP' er h-uni-,;- li;!K s.iicli I been sr shown at tbi� pos^ ul4r rMort. A�a fbouid to teen by Dr. Roberts, ^ medical officer of health at Hamilton, thinks ho and bis a^elstanls have Isolated the germ cuiising septic sore throat. Monarch Theatre TONIGHT, 9 P. M. GRAND DIAMOND RING DRAWING 4 Splendid Pictiires 4 Come along, you may be the lucky one. Coupons good tonight. 10c.- -15c. GERMANY'S LATEST DREADNOUGHT Hamburg, Ifay 5.-A now dreadnought was launched here today lo take the place of the old Kurfurst Frlederlch Wllhelm. sold to Turkey In 1910. The ship was christened Gros-or Kurfuorest, by Prince Oskar, a son of tho Kmperor. She is a sister ship of the Koenig. launched on March 1, and was designed to displace 27,000 tons. It is Intended that she is urniei; vWtv 14-lnch guns. pkieomann l� iATISFiKO WiTH SERUM CURi Turouu). S-lir,TriednwBu ar. n��4 is T�rajit� Ibtft murotniF, twd nm \mf (pxsmfBfsy mid r*'taj��tfiis tl>� |i�t{f#ni� wiiom be VimxeA m bis la^l tisH iier�� !( axe, Onl^ �ai wtt�b �ii��tini�fd fti Ike �efiditlii�� tiu� ^itoMii i lfMi#4 in OUttwti 11 i^rttim �^ iImw wm iiuit ti^t i b�4 DOX'T BE DEPEXDEXT on tlie; IliH'luatinj;" j)rifes ol" coal. A sfcriko ill i!u' iiiiiu's tomorrow may double the jiiuotiiii of your fuel bill for next win-u-r. Tlic increase in the cost of coal would pay for the work oi having your home piped for Natural Gas. The boneftts arc too well-known to require elaboration. We avUI quote the price of appliaiice.s of all kinds. Ask your plumber to estimate the cost of installutiou. Natural Gas Company l�HONE 1510 iiiioiiaiiii llllDliaiiK turn ;