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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 20, THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HEKALP Page 3 House of Features THE BIJOU THEATRE Coming, To-morrow and Thursday, Su "THE LION TAMER'S REVENGE" Featuring 20 Hm-bary Llous-Tlio most startling mid Picture fcxcr I'mimyiujr lt Tlirillinj: Mury of Lovu, and .Iciilmisv, and tho Fk-iulish of -j. Tamer. SKK LOHHY DISH-AY hh.U.s; LE HBRSDGE Thursday, May ffijfefeaf Last Times To-day IMMENSE TWO-REEL RAIL- ROAD THRILLER OTHER ALL-STAR FEATURES To-morrow The Spectacular War Drama With Lee in Virginia A TWO-PART FEATURE GUIDE Friday Next The Judge's Vindication Watch for this Gnat Special SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY MISS DALLAS ROMANS "THAT TEXAS GIRL" A DISTINCT NOVELTY Jrilish Columbia and Washing- ton State Will Clasp Brotherly Hands ALUMNI ASSOCiATIONS FORMED INSTITUTE IS AN AGGRESSIVE BODY Raymond. May Academ ha? tun closei its most succcssfu jear. were four graduates, lie ber P. Allen, Max Norton, Viola A" ten and Enow. are als 'writing on grade twelve ot the d raylmentai course. The faculty an board gave a. banquet on Fn flay evening lo the graduates ot th past three years, Tour music graduate of 1311, four high school of 1912, an lo-jr of Ifals year's. After the banque im alumni association, -was organize' Ernest lira m well is boo.'president; I P. Sko'json, president; Laura lied Ice-president; Max N'orton, secrciav treasurer, and the oiher graduates a members ol the executive and direc. 00' committee. After Ihe banquet ball Tvas tlie gymnasium Ihe public. The government oiitymologist U ton, and Field Siipt, J. W, Co.'s licet 0 CELEBRATE Crest Wild Animal Picture Coming to the Bijou 1 ho Trainer's Kc-itiige." one of the animal pictures vsiH to shomn at tLe Hijo-i to- morrow and Th'jrsclnv, This iiory is laid in Home. Herman. :i lion umer, and Cleo, his are the lead- ing figures in a, great Roman TLcy become bctroti.ed. and Merman tote's htr.nitli a love that is Intense. Lieut. Alexander, a Y offUcr. iiresints Cleo with a of flowers, Mhlch Is the cause of Her- envj. The Hc'itPiniit follows I Cleo her dressing room, and clasp? I her Hi his arms almost a; the moment Herman enters. Thr lion turner grows more jealous, a3 lie thinks of tlie lieu- tenant, and plans milk some downs to entrap the lieutenant at the lions' cage. They put him in ;nc case v, itli the Ilins. hut, alas, noor Cleo is tberc too. So her bides her from the lions and throws himself to the morc> iho lions. He urefciles them des peraicly. but [hially Roes down. other good pictures als" he shown, nhich will complete a ban ner programme. Morris Theatre The Frank Rich Company will pre sOnt at the popalaT Morris Theatn Ibis evening "The Rollicking Girl. This is a snappy musical coined) presented each Qjaker Uiead licktts In addilioti a great i r :..y -o excelled, For tomorrow U.e 1.1 to-urcd a greal re-I JP.M- 1 Itedemption of White H; nison 10J Co. This .1 ii .n- jeot in cter> wonU :h i ducers surch a i .at At the Majest.e Kvsers the ilu which comes to Ihe Mo.-j day and J7, is; one of the most uitlnue. hi-jrt- hrob that has L- u Awsericaii public a C. Haddcn Chambers tl.. rniLor o( lio piece, IB a natne oceii irominent In London and York ttjt- Hilly Bfls o'it i': tin? I .iii'.l Joins :n tbo fight, t-iiir hoi'ic- is fire is, ji :oriuJi. The pit lure i-i'.h HihfVa negro mainmx cT htr brave black husband for Kihel's take, OtiK-r gootl vil tiiovin on the Edme bill. Empress Theatre Attraction! The two-reel sensations are of the comes (be real hearl bearl of earlier days. Tuey meet and the rneDtinc; bas to be seen to be De- scribed. Xo more exceptional and raturnl situation lias ever been pre- sented on a Ftage. And Mi. Cham- ............______Q........_______ l-ers bas shown hoft.bcautifji cam light than doe-; raticn be memorable no! alor.e par" over 'the Sugar learclilng for samples of cut but (ound The. goernmeDt Is dividing the province into districts, to that the work of getting ncquaint- for wliat it signifies, but for tbe var- iety and unique character ol >ts enter- tainment features. For British Columbia, JJeM.-Gov. aterson, Sir Richard McBride, and all the members of tbe Cabinet, Mill iafce part in tbe proceedings, while Washington will be officially repre- sented by Governor Lister hnd V'.s staff. Tlie tcene ot the celebration will be converted tnto a veritable fairy land throuph the Joint a-CvUicb of the two governments, uhlle ns n iny 6lorv the British Columbia Klec- trlc Hailway Co. will assist In span- ning the boundary with a fiery arch, ftblch tens of thousands of elcc- STAMPER, KING'S MOTOR MECK ANICIAN, ISSUES AN IN- TERESTING BIOGRAPHY 1 May Kciward'? motor mechanician, C. Stamper, In a hook entitled "What 1 pre- Esnts that sovereign in a more made Ihe simple actions of life. Tne cast includes that crent Hngiish net- or Walter Cluxton. was atEouiat- cd with Sir Bcerbo'nn Tree for many Miss Dallas Remans Next Monday at Starland Miss Dallas Itoniins, That TCXP.S tric lamps l be A gcifnine old-time clainliake on the heach will be a noteworthy daylight fcnture, in conneclion with tihleh the loca! with 1bc peats vrill be more prompt nnrt their destruction more effective. Tb0 Farm Woman's Institute i last evening in the Second Ward meet- j r Ing house. C. H. Dufllej gave -i talk on "Cleanliness ol the Homo and Etfwage." Mrs. W. S. Rouse rend ply ft be sufficient, for tbe beaches in" this locality arc famed as the habi- let of tho evasive crab and the slij-ly. Speech-making will be Tentative arrangements (or the cot paper on "SftUds and Dresslnga." The institute discussed the advisability of flflclns a rest room nnd library in the tnsiness part of the mak- ing and beautifying a playground for the children; of co-operating with the council, and building or ImproOng the -or moving tbo electric voles from the centre of Broadway. Mr. FUr Knight lias lust sold In carloads ot borses to Mr. 'Fsrca, of Gordon, iTOtisldea and Fares, of Wlnnl- T-QJS- _____________________ Word was tcccUcd in Drantlorfl ol flic drounins of Kossell Adams pi that city, son of David Adams, in HOSE Lake, Man. ebration made nhen Oorernor Lister ami liis siatf motored into thn fi-ovincc from BtalnCj and things Informally. Not only will Washington join in n fitting celebration of a century c peace, but plans will soon he formula ed for meeting Oils proi.iucc good roads at the boundary.. MUscs Hajmond and MandcviUe scor- ed individual hits, and the perfonn ance bore Ihe standard of ex- cellence which stamps all the Frank Rich offerings. The Rich company is without exception the best musical comedy companj that we have seen here, and a' commendable feature Is that the are ail clean, and notli- ius that could even be said to verge on IHC vulgar o'r objectionable. The motto of the Frank Rich attraction cleanliness in v.-lth lolhing lhat inieht oftcnd the most astidious. The last reason is the one that -Mr. Rich cittrlbutc-s to tlie flatter- his attractions have inet with throug'ioiit the United States and Canada. Drawing al the Monarch Theatre Tonight Sharp at 0 o'clock tonight uilt ta'K place one of the popular bread ilra ngs at the Monarch Theatre. Hold ers of two lucky coupons which hate been pold attached lo tickets for th her from the first her clever work Homing has been meeting great success roct-ntly uill, no tloubt, (aver wlih local theatre goers on and after 'next. Drama of Civil on Wednesday at Starland Seldom before the hitlnry has such a slu been jvo dnccd and never before in the historj of the Starlaud theatre has siicb a wonderful feature been exhibited as 'With Lee in n resl Droncho spcriA] which ftill be seen as the big beaditnor of tbe m Id-week chance of program al Starlanrt to- morrow The story of this remart- Why Pay Rent? Six roomed house on 50 fcol. Hth Street South, rear 6th South. lialanco per montti; interest al NO LOAN HOUSES TO RENT Dowsley Malhern Land Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. SCHOOL CHILDREN HAD PICNIC STOVAL'S BIRTH- DAY PARTY Stamper tells how, wlicn mot- Nc-s Da; ion. May Hob- tTlEon, of ihc Alberta P.iciric Grain Co.. is In tMs week, loading and Monarch Theatre TONIGHT ..a BEAUTIFUL K tS FEATURES "T SPECIAL TOJIORBOW "THE REDEMPTION OF WHITE A Bison 101 Feature in 2 Reels 10 cents 15 ccntr. orinfi la Spcel at Balmoir.l, lie jndon. Daily Mail In editorial lioartcd .Mitplaccd Ideal- says: Whtn Sccrotary lo.iclly pro. claimed lhat there should tic no during tils (enure of office lie forgo! alltornla and J.itnn. It Is nol probable Japan will proceed 10 hor statesmen are loo "lac to fight on an where MMlern opinion would not support tliem. tier slrength Is nol equal lo a jtnipplc with (tic U. a. Vet it would be for Mr. Bryan to rcTneniber that he declares that rolhlng forrc him to nghl Is Ills opponenls to drlic l''m into a position where It would lie flcnU for him lo kec-p the peace." 'John Ivvorels, a Bict- ton, suceuinbcd lo hh 'inliirios- Mlcr ticing gored b) ji i week agu. What's the use When you can have a shower bath and a swim at The Y.M.C.A. Special summer membership Join Now able production is as follows: The picture or-ens in 1SCI. Billy Girard loies Bine] Blair, both Virgin- ians. Kind's, a Judge, wel- comes UillS" lo his hone, and this embitters Itorton. a r'ual. War I breaks out and Robert K. Lee is seen to decline Mr.coln's offer and Clare for the confederacy, llorloi! to Kthel and is refused. He joins Ihe union army, nilly Olran' and Judge IHalr join-the southern army, tho latter as a colonel. He sends Billy lo Washington as a spy where Billy is recognized by Hortoi but escapes under difficulties. The Dljir home lus been taken by th. federal army and is used as a heatl Quarters. Klr-el, sill! there, gets i liole from BHly which she rearts ond tears up and throws out Ihe window Horton gets liie and pieces (hem logelher. A riiar. lo capture Billy is deuscd I'.orlou dresses a man in confederate uniform. The man pretends lo be a fugitive anil takes refuge in Ihe robin of Ethel's negro servant. Kthel's sympathy nronsed for Ilie fusltive and the sends for Billy. Morion's men capture Billy and Ethel and of their letters :p at the roadsidr-. "Do you me to out the Diving, for he left to the Liiiie to determine position be shouiil occupy. "N'o." answered the siille; "yo.i stop virurc you Then lie liimself to tno Prince of Wales "Hut yen come out of he King Edward had many ol irritation. "Smnetitnes." the tcok says, "if annoyed, he vvould show displeasure by assuming an air 01 (he most complete resignation In plead, perhaps, of upbraiding me if (ho way, he would question mi lo ascertain v.hat wrong gravely deplore the way in vnsfortiine singled him out for ho Tlien he to fate. In his i-ounlenarice there itten placid acceptance of tbe! ituation and calm complacency of sorse to come." Stamper declares thit Connaught was the greatest faior- grain to Kort William. The school children ht-ld ,1 suc- picnic at Suiis Loke on TueF- uay. A sumptuous lunch was served jy" the and the hfddies will re- niember their plcjEant holiday for some lime to come. A very successful meeting of tbe Ladies' Aid uas held at tbe home of MTF. .1. WLilcSL-i on Thursday. A large number present. The aF- Lcrnoon was spent in string and con- HEN ALLEGED TO HAVE FORGED TICKETS FOR THE LAUR. 1ER DEMONSTRATION Toronto, May has t cf the whole conn, adding: "Once or twice I had the honor lo dance wilh her. She. was very care :ul to convey tbc impression Ihnt her was lo her as agreeable as to her partner, he might icrsitlon Miss Kii7nbcth MorclanJ, who -itir-g friends in Calgary, is expect cd home this u'tek. _______ Dr. .1. S. Rusk, of Lclhbrfdgc, made' jaij County Crown Ai- a irofeiiional %isit to N'ow Da) ton on j tonicy Corev askir.R that prorccrlings Saturday. be in'stiliitcd for the punishment ot Xonb S'ivc a part> on ft. fj, Leaman. vice-president ol the Saturday to celebrate her twelfth p-jrSht association, birthday. A lime Md and inspector of plumlnnr; at the j fay tbe twelve children present, the hall, and oi V.'. I, i'ums, formcrli' strawberiloa and cream being cspcc- _ license inspector, and an active meni- ally appreriatprj. j her ol the First Ward Conservative Tbe enterprising >oung men of the association, for the offence ol circu- lonu busy" on tlie lennis courli latir.g forged tickets for the I.aurior and we LOW a .meeting m the Arena on May 5. splendid place to ourselves _ When it uas discovered that a verv thlre long summer evenings i large number of the tickets used to Mr. ar.d Mrs. Owen Greeno and Mr.'gain admission liad been forged so and Mrs George left on Mon- that many of holding genuine av for their iiomcstcads fn One-four, tickets were excluded nltogether, or 'ilor man> friends sorr> to forced to iclire when seals had been W. WoIMs serious-i promised, the officers ul tlie Kcfonn iv 11! Wrav of is in at-, association niade an t ndanrp" ftilh tilc oljJcct of ascetlaining the ar.u were'names of persons uho had printed Ra'siwmd" iMioM insl wctk 'lislnbulcd bogus tickcls. K. Rlsinger U n broaJ J smiie Ihe'.e father of ISth. He I? Ihe proud! bab> hoj, born on the Hilly refuses to divulge confederate army Information and Is tonkncnl Duenos May cil of ministers has dcdikd to fctilj mil to the naiion d cougrees a prc posal lo applj a la1! on Ihe exporta- tion of beef in of a IKcd by Ihe government. An offlcHl of Ihe ministry of agriculture has be- gun fin examination of Ihe accounts of the refrigerating plants. The minister of public works an- nounced that a rich course of petrol- eum has been d'scovered at San Cris- lo die. f'.thel remains under, guard, llorloii celehnlcs ami gels drunk. Dis- missing Ethei'" guard he cnicrs the cabin ami gloatingly offer? lier free- dom If she will marry him. She stuns Hrrrlon with i heavy candlestick nnd kills hirn with his bayoncl. Klhcl gels away wllhoul being seen and the old servant Is executed for the killing. arm> day attacks ie of Santa re TO PLAN PI.AVGROUNOS Calwrj, Slav Thomas W. Maw. Hie noted hntlseape expert, w-ho here to iiian the Calgary Beautiful, today by the School Joartl to pi in the city schools. pla) grounds lor IMPERIAL BANK MAN DEAD Toronto, May With great sud