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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Miiy .13, 1012 DAILY ITERALD THE PEOPLES FAVORITE TONIGHT ONLY The greatest marine. disaster in the History of Ihe Lives :A TeVnarknMc picture, showing .the Titanic .leaving England and' all of tliis terrible calamity. REMEMBER TONIGHT ONLY Don't Miss It. FIRST ANNUAL CONCERT AND DANCE THE Lethbridge Musicians Association KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14 Undoubtedly -the greatest musical event ever produced hy lactil talent in thls'.clty. Concert will .commence at'8-30 ehtvrp, Dance aLll .oTclock. TICKETS 50. cents LADIES.FREE ALEXANDRA HOTEL W..J. J. H-: LEE.NManajer STRICTLY EUROPEAN, UP BEST APPOINTMENTS. TELEPHONES, BATHS, ETC. FIRST CLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION OPEK FROM a.m. to p. m BUSINESS MCN'B LUNCHEON FROM 12 to CENTS Wheii In. Lethuridgc stay at the Alexandra. BE SURE AND SEE THE Exhibition Train which leaves Montreal on May 15th for Fort William; and, Port Arthur, and a six weeks' (our through Manitoba, Saskatchewan and .'.Aibcrla.v Twelve cars filled with exhibits from'. Canadian factories and workshops. Illustrated lecture a I every stop. FREE'ADMISSION to.EVERY CAR MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) PROPOSE MONUMENT TO JUDGE MAEEE Ottawa, May rccognitiou of .the valuable services which ho render od to hag inude.to (lie government'1'iTnu menniE loUera'thnt some fitting'lilem crlnl to the late Judge Mahoe 'shoul erected; either hi i monument or stilue The llroposa: will Ire given earnest Rocky Mountain Sanatorium Sulphur Springs Frank, Alberta 'The fountain Sah.itorlum. located at o-no of- the most: scenic.snots.of the RocklCB, ut nn.aUItude of the most up-lo-dAte hotel lnithe Crow's Neat Pass. It is filled, throughout with -.pyery modern Conneclcd with the Famous Sulphur Springs, the waters of which arc famed for, their curative proper ties'ami. lire', have given relief to scorcg-suiferlDg from gbuV and 'rheumatism. :..Thc boilae has (15 rooms and. suites with every, modern conven- ience, including bathe, hot anil cold water, telephones, etc. The Culinary Department IB in charge of nn experienced Chef. The Hole! has 'lately been put'lindcr new nnd efficient nrnnngcniciit and notlflng is left .undone lo. assure tlio comfort of tho giieels., Trnvellcrs mc-i all trains.-.' Special rates lo families on Duplication. ..All ol the aboro which go to malte-thc llocky. MountnlnB Sanatorium n'very pleasant summer vcsiilonce as well-as n most bencllclnl hoaHh- restorlhg- resort. Vt A Great Play Tonight A play that is said to have valid claim upon the adiiilrallon and patronage ol votaries .of 'the Blase Is "The White the romantic American dram; to be Been" at fhe Majestic Theatre to night nnd tomorrow rilghl. The is by tue acLcT-auihgr, Dalla M. Clarke aud tho, scenes are laid In Miclilga: aboiit" lOO years ago. "Tho Wilts Squaw" is a story of primitive folk of simple custom and stralgblfonyard living and, like strings that vibrate in musical harmony, tlie elements of love, romance, laughter and heart in- terest "ore employed in the making of a spoken and acted melody. There Is not the slightest vesiig-a of vice, vll lainy or sensation lo the play, but it jas already been declared to he one of the strong volumes in the-.the- atrical library of America. The Great McEwen Coming W. B. Sherman has secured fc-r an engagement trie king of entertainers, the Great "McEwcn, who hag delighted New York, Chicago, Uostou, fhlla- lelphia, Toronto and Jlonlreal aud; ences who crowd-ad the theatres at cacli of uls remarkable, performances, and will be seen here nt the Majestic'. Theatre1 for .four nights.commencing May 15. It is seldom a magician, mind-reader or hypnotist has so many distinct qualities as Great MaEwen. i PI is perfonrjances are clever, aiul the situation in which .he places Ills subjects are nn Innovation I There Is a spirit of comedy oE. the effervescent type that keeps on'bub- bling and sparkling as long as" the lasts. Tho en lire" peHovmaiVcB will be changed every night. Prices tluring tfils engagement me T ind oOc Secure seats curly, The Tjtanic Dioaster at Starland iStariand is showing ioniglit only a remarkable picture, showing all nos sible of this, the greater ma- rine disaster in the history Ihc world. This lerrililc ealitmU which shocked the wliolc world will, be fresh in the minds of .cyeryonr SKtrcn huudrui! people went to a watery grave in the middle ot UIL, icj Allan lie, nnd these pictures recall -vividly the whole licait-rcudiag disaster in ajl its luc-inspiring nature. On account of the huge jlcinaml far this rcmirx able picture, M; ivill only he shown here Tor one night, ,amt the public should not -miss the oppoLlumU 01 seeing it. Majestic Theatre W. B..SHERMAN. Manafler. PHONl Ml. To-night and To-morrow Night DELLA CLARKE'S AMERICAN ROMANTIC DRAMA "THE WHITE Built' upon Love, Romance, Laughter and Heart Intereit A play of exceptional dramatic worth .Stage Settings that are Hlitorlcally', CorrteW Majestic Four Days, Commencing May 15, 1912 THE GREAT V- McEWEN KING OF ENTERTAINERS Matter Magician, Mind Reader and Hypnotiit. Aoltttd by a com- pahy of capable associates. The fun hi eat ihow'on the rpad Pi-ices 25.cents and 50 cents; Special Matinee Saturday 15c and 25c. SALE AT ROOHON'S ICE .CREAM. PARLORS AT THE MORRIS THIS WEEK people fronra.ll over--the nitsrt Slates anil CnTKina-. to'witnrss )is gtL'iit'. pcrlorniar.ee. Thesu res, Mill pdiilncU be shoi n uuly tun nights Tucbilij mil May malihCL lie gncn for tlie lentfit of chil- afteiuoon fro'm -t to p.m. Thci'c will he no advance in price o[ Donit Fail to see H- I'q.si- tivplj (hi. Lnst cicr uiL- At the Morris Manager Morris, of-Ilia Moiris, ins hooked for Tuesday arid .Wednes- day of this week for his m ui) :ons Ihc 15th animal Cheyenne bov 'Iiiclinn KronLicr cclchralign held nt Lluvpiiiu.1, Wyoming, AngusL 23nl to atttb, 10J1. -Judging from-lhc name il; should prove lo he- onn of tho best wild west bronco buster pictures eVflr presented lierp, as Ihis Rrcat Trontinr celebration ITas isikcn place annually1 for the -lust- 15 years. People from, all: OVCL the n.'idillP null noi.lliwp.sb j slates louk forward lo Lbis Rieat sho'vr ns o revival of tbc old il used to be in days gone by whp.n Ihe Rowhnys cif the plains onl, oii their round-lips. 'J'bc wild niifTalo bucking conlcsls arc one the big features nf Llic show nlso bronco busting contests [or cbampionsbip clinmpionsliip lady bronco busting contest in iyiifla Gplfiic .St- Claire and 'llic fatuous Prairie Hose, o( Oklahoma, almw. (lidr a.s hitly bronco bustcvs f Indicfi'.relay racca, fancy rope Rpin- ninp, hull dnpging and wLr.Cr Indian (var dani-c by the Sioux In-' diju, Tliis srt of pictures of (lircu reels of the .only orlgyial coW- liny crlclirntion nvt-r pro.xonlcd in mn- tir-n Thc'C .iro IflOl) rnnl IKIVS and Inilisin.s taliiin; purl in! this sliow 4vcry year, tlrAVvihii j Musician's Union Concert is llic prograin fnr Municialis' Union lirst aiinuiil concert nl tiuiL- uill J-e held in the I of P I Mil 1 ui dij llih it S JO 11 n 1 City' Hand 2 l-Iciirt-City Biuul 3 Song----------------- MlSs Cameron I .Clarionet solo r li K. C'liandloi: 5 :Vocnl .tluct Miss and Hamierman d Sclcclion City Btiiul 7 Selection City Hand S Sont, Mr. Pctls 9 ''Brass Quartcttr. Cliuc, Vanlicck, IlalkerlKon. Collins Siixopbone solo Violin .solo SejccLioh Mr. Jlilnec I..U. Qasknll City. Band' CHINESE WILL FIGHT THE ACT COWAN'S COCOA 11 Great for Breakfast." A Jay started on Cocoa is a day with a clear head and a steady a day full of anap and life. Cocoa nourishei the body, It La rich in food value and eaar to digest DO YOU use OOWAN'3 OOOOA? THE WHOLE RACE WILL. UNITE AGAINST. LAW PASSED IN SASKATCHEWAN Jloose .Atpy tho new net which wus- passed aL 'the last session of the Lcgishiture jirohibition female, helji in Orleiitnl places of business, tho Chinese of. the city, .following Llia aland taken by Lha Jupunesc arc de- termined to.fight the new Jaw to-thc laet ditch. cam-a force oil May 1, hut.. HO far no prosecutions have been made. Charlie Gliow, ono o[ the best.known local Chinesti, yes Lerday received a loiter Erom the Cltln- consul at Vancouver, urging that the local Oelcstlab get together anil fight the iiew acL In'addition to this the lettei' stnlcs that of .the Chinese rnce will unite in a body to answer this twentieth c-antiiry ques- tion prohibiting members oC their race white.'.labor, prohibiting Chinese work in the 'ol.. Hone Kong uid .Canton are con- ducted bv British and American, latter, elates (hat although the new act would affect over 1000 Chinese in the- Pro- vlnce ,pf would bo easily offset should ;i boj'coLt GI" 'Chin- esc labor bo b-rouglit about on the commorclal hqiiBca nt Hong Kong city and Canton; Deputy Chief of Police He Hoialter was around the principal Oriental, places of .business where white female hehr is employed, lakiug the naiiicfl of those working, and-wliJlo nothing has been done up to the prea- enl, It IE this opinion of Charlie Chow that there will bn-'Jevornl proaecu- Wong Kwong Shop, Ihe cic cbiigtil at Ottawa, hns been wired for and replied, that'he would be In (lie city- no later than Friday next l.o confer with tho prominent Jocal Chin-., oso III connection with the now law nnd urged that, the Chinese subjects get together, in Uic meantime and tight Ihe now ncl, DOCKET FOR DISTRICT COURT There- Is a comparatively, short dor.KRt ant down for the district court whlctf'opeiiB Tuesday. The Inrgo debt cnsca are; Kcrr Co.. va Shepard; Sliejilierd Diuilojj for Hall for tandunL, .Canatllnn Hnnlf 6r Cemmcrrc vs -Tim Juch; Shepherd Dunlop for plalu- GRAND BIG PROGRAM TONIGHT ONLY One Touch of JVa A. Beautiful Vltagraijh Story (b) in the Baggiigc Coach Ahoiul. was from, this story that the. I'amlllar song, wan written (c) .Broncho JiHly ami the School One of .tho'hest and Idlest western" eomedlei. (rt) Mr. White. 1 Tho nmh ivltll llie swcel baritone voice In classical bslliiil Doom Open at 7 p.m., Pricet 10 jnd 13 cehti Theatre Big Coming Attraction The 15th Annual 1011 Chejennc Cowboy iiiHlTiulian Fronlici' Celebration. Tlic shoxi C'hevejyiP iainous A aeal Bioniho Buslei Shim fool of Exciting Spoils fiom staifc (o hiiish A chance in PILCCS Special matinee 2 30 to 5 p m See the Wild Buffalo and .Broncho Buiting .Contest! for 1911 Championship (I TohiiEtone S. UltchlG for defend it Rogers .Cunningham .Co. vs olihatone Ilitchte'fOT plaintiff; .W, 'for defendant. Gunrow .vs i nldintlff JolinaLono RltcMe foi eleudant. Citizens Lumber vs Hicks 'hophercl Dunlop for plaintiff Pnl ler Lewis for -defendant. -Small Pafet r Ott vs Leech; Sheiihen] it Puulop or ]jla.lnLiff; defeudaiit Lewis, vs'Farrow; Palmer Lewis 01 plimllfl: He Ball foi_ defend lit. fibodo.vs Watcmnan; lyes ft1 .Ball or plniiiliff; Intbiop Iiea fi Bill foi laiutlfC; PTOWSO dotend- nl, Faulhuver vs- Jforgan '.McCulloch Ives.fc plaintiff .B. Hogg Cor defendant. Uloyueeit Van Aasel TV V Ponpst Cor'plain Conybeare.ifc Co. Tor defendant. Porter va Siebonliaar; Johnatone fc Ritchie tor ivlQiiitlff-.-iPalmcr ti'ewls for defendant. AIcAicol Hclue To Albeiln Mis Co. .Ltd.; JohnsLone .llitchle' for iJlttinLiff; It.. A. SluHli.ror: dBfendant Clfiaens Lumber. Co. va Afohrman Dun op defendant In eon: Hums Co. Dysart; Conybenre C Tor ylftlnUft doteLiil8.nt LH ppr son Shepard Stone Palmer S. ICIMS derondflhL. in. pe'rso Cpmpeniatlon! I Bolero va The'Royol Cpljlrirlof) Ltd. I Straighten You Out No Headache, BllieucntM, Stomach, Lazy Liver, or eb Bowim oy Morning" Are you-.keopiiiE .your bowela, liver; and stomach clean pure And freeh or ,'merely forcing a ;ttiroutU: thcae- ailmentiiry J of drainage ".organs, every with 'iilllB, CMtor.OJl; or Stop haMng a bowel washdnj- Let CaacureU thoroughl> cleans? and res remove, gested Eouf and fermeuting food and foul, gases, rtake -tho-Qicesa bile1 the carry out of ;the lyatem tho: decomposed waste iatl, poisons in the intestices and A -Oaacaret. tonight will .make1 you feel great hy morning Thej nork while >ou gripe sicken or CHUBB any inoonvenienue, and.'.'coat: onl] 10 ceniB a box from gist Bullions of men und take i Caecaret now'nnd .then and .nerei- live Headache BIllouEfncGB 'coated ongue, ludigeatlon Stomjch or Constipated Caacarets belonK n hoiiaoliold Children Just ov'e to 'take, them. -for'- plain tiff stone' Ritchie -for. defendant. ArmBtroiiv "VH Pulhier Leuis for pliilntlfC A. B Hogg for defendant. TORONTO TRAVELLER: DROWNED Toronto, May ll.-r-George "Summer, I city ilvy. goods traveller, drown- d bare this at Centre Iilaqd Fit-Reform Suits have the New English Shoulders. They make a man look trim and cleaa-cut put vim and vigor into his tppearancc. Fit-Reform patterns carry out the1 English trend of fashion because the Suits are ina'cJe of Engliih Worsted, English Tweeds, Flannels and English Serges.- The making is wholly Canadian Fit-Reform tailoring from itart to finish. McKEkVIE' McGUIRE. ;