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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBllIDGE DAILY IIKHALI) Vrtgc 15 Majestic Theatre Mon. Tues., May 26th and 27th By Special Engagement Charles Frohmann GEO. w. MCGREGOR co. Present the'Lonign and Yirk Humorous Kumjnly Comedy "PASSERS BY" With in Engliih Company Specially Selected from London'; Great- est Actors 16 Months at Wyndham Theatre, London 6 Months at Criterion Theatre, New York PRICES: 50c. 76c. Sl.CO, JV50. and J2.00 Seats Now On Sale at Mason 4. Rlsch Piano S'.ir: Wed. Thurs. June 4th 5th THE GHEATEST ALL-BR1TISH PICTURE EVER MADE "LORNA DOONE" FROM THE STORY BY ft. D. BLACKMORE IN 5 IMMENSE C REELS 0 Watch Space far Further Announcements SWISS LADY WHO MADE A SPEC. IALTY OF SACCHARINE IN GERMANY Varis, May richest in tfeo city of Constance, SM Madame Osel, knonh as the "Queen or the'Stmies.ere." has just been ar- Tesled'-and given fifteen months' Jm- piisoTinifcnt for introducing 'sacchar- inf Infq'Gerroany. jj- For, years Madame Osel has teen directing the operations of a band of who derived good profit from this contraband trade. 'She made not less "than, 150 per cent, on a coniiderable and she rated bv trie commercial agencies as ller favorite method has been to send her agents a the frontier.I'd motor cars They elled ttfeir cars-wore receptacles In Eaccba'rlne bidden. 'On .a recent vIsU to Linden Mad- nme'Osel was recognized the Ger- man police. She jumped her car And'ttarled for the Swtes frontier at JuH speed, hut a telephone, message Children's Sport in Morning, Adults in Afternoon, Jolly Dance at Night London, May Clavton. the Hlctiwoud chemist, is charged vritli conspiring with the militant suf- fracetles, in an arson campaign, not (he only male supporter of the Amazons, for the police nro now look- tag for LL fourteen-year-old boy, who Is eald 10 haie left a trail of destruction behind This boy, mhose name has not been learned by the police, enlist' cd In [be campaign of destruction be- cause bis mother anO sister had been sent to jail where they ivero forcibly (cd. The boy boon surpassed all of his feminine in posibov raid? Operating from hia own home, tlie yuulhful raider is paid to" fired ninety etieet postbores, Postboies his specialty, but he is also be- to hare devoted some of Ms time to the destruction of golf greens. Hecause he not suspected, the boy was able to raid boxes 'in neighbor- hoods tvliero TI woman could not bave escaped detection. The police may have JJQIJJB dlifliuliy In locating Hie boy, who has been persuaded by his family to desist from the campaign on nnnniui sm oj ai paqswIiuoMi; nniT 3tj caia retell (Hy a Staff Reporter) Kullj tropic attfudcd tue celebretioi: .11 Gjaus.v Lake on Sat- urday. tliu 24th farmers drote Iri from er ibo neighborhood Su ftuto mobile s, aud buggies. A large numUiT of people from Lloiv lala'id and Lake- aitended to see their teanis o-n in the games. The i c I eh ration a? a vihole was a decided sutcfcss. KxccHeut 3 prosraw, large and good tiagcment which prevailed maclQ up all Hie rctiuirtuwLls lor a tucccsa- til day's sport. Much credit is tlue o the management for manner LI ubich they eteculcd the proRram. The Bou- Island band furnished ex- collem music for the occasion, jilay- some of Ifaelr best pieces. Uovv Island id jiroud ot ihelr band, which a fine ranee iu their red BELIEVES ANARCHISTS. WJLL .GET HIM FATAL- ISTIC BELIEF PariF, May of haa returned tome. His Paris short, bJt "lot'so-ihe memory ol his fatalistic courage. "When the King Va's lold (hat George ot Greece had beca sin sled his only comment was: my turn next." A close, friend who heard this remark urged the King to beat her to lhe barrier.- The gatclnever to So out on horseback again closed. She racogniwd the in- unless accompanied by'a strong es- b'lc and nuicklv submitted to ar- corl. replied the young man arch, "i anj to be allowed (o go about as I ulsh, I can only hope that GYilkb'lc.and quickly submitted to ar- rest. Stea'dy Bays A man (happened to lose his wife one day In the old country, "were iahlcg her io the cemetery hearse.upset RS they tirm- corrier. The.coffin rolled cut ok'e.- The came lo llf? ,he shock. They hrought her t ana iliorlly' afier- A Her husband said io thsm on TEClV lhe .cemetery. boys, at the corner of. the Ms.J The for the opened a pawcie of the school children Lejdod by the Perry hall Island band, from school grounds, j my (IITII come Five actual attempts have been made on thr llfo of King Alfonso in the past Idn jears, (fie last occurring nt Madrid, April 13 of tlifs jear. THERE IS QUITE A DIFFERENCE between (ho stoct speculator and the real esltto inresfor. The stock buyer'Is rich today and dead broke tomorrow. Tfm real has souic- thlni that cannot get away; something lhat In value all iltne. We have valnahle in inside properly which- Jn telow the marfrel and we can soil same on very isrms. You will ha jorry If >ou do not seo HA soon. Tix Dowsie; Und Co, Shirfock.Building, Phono M4 HOUSES TO COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF IM- MIGRATION D. J. KEEFE HAS SENT IN HIS RESIONA- TION where a gooJ program of rates augeil under the auspices of ttc Lake school sports Uon. Basketball Game Immediately after the iiarade the basketball game lie t wee u two local teams, tbe Jlefls and Blues, under Captains Hazel McDonald and Ora Marler resiiecthely, uas called, resulted In a win lor tbe latter by a score of 2-0. The neU nn thc program the fool races. If. McKellar acted starter arid S, -V. EldrMge and Goo. Porter judges. Kollotting are tEic rtsuUs: Boys under 7 Ileimbcr 1; T. Carroll 2; Holton Hoys, 7 to 1; 'il. Con- quergcocl 2; G. Lyons Bojs. 9 to Simjitcn 1; A Alrsl.uian 2; K. Laushiin :i, Boys, U to Enowden Hagen G. Janus 3. 13 to D.ilmagn (Bow Islsind) i; Valmcr 2; M. Taiutcr (Tuber) 3. i Uojs. 15 to Blue I; A, Marler. 2. Tug of >Var _ of between Taber aud Grassy Lalte. Taber won alter a TiarJ and strenuous pull. Sack SiincK 1; J. Brurabach T. fc'gg and sjmoti Conquer- good 3; A. Snowdeii 2; D. Blue er) 2. Races Unlabeck 2; K.' Smith 3, Girls, 7 to Julius Rais- beck 2; U. Clusman 3. CJlrls, 9 to'. 1; H. Jams 2; H. Barons S. Girls, 11 to ,Jarus 1; L. Smith 2; n. Marlcr 3. Girls, 13 lo Porter 1; J. Rais- beck 2; 0. Marler 3. Girls, 15 lo McDonald 1; L. Bimnur 2; .1. Brumbach 3, Llvel> interest was taken in these fAccs, tbe iirizcg being 50 cents for first, 20c for second and IDc for third. The Taber1 junior baseball team de- feated Grassy I.nkc by a score of 10-5. Afternoon Sports afternoon was spent in tbe Ke-. cieation Grounds, thc rest of .he prosrara in order. The lialf- nilc race track was in good shanty icing last Thc horse races came'off first. Although there was considerable difficulty in setting started and getting the hor- ses together, tlie races ,wureHthoiough- y enjoyed and considerable betting in julfici] in. Tbe first on thc card was tho pony race, 14 hands'high Dolly Borden lirsl, and K. Tames (Bow Island) second, A Thriller the v., :t. the 'streicb I'ttle tried lo cross the tract 'tic aat horse ran over bini d-i.i tre- Usi j one jumped over. Had ou again he L killed, but as u un conscious for About ien ai'tl om last reports LLC: MTV Free for aU trot or pa-1 Orphan Boy 1st; McUonalis Doc -Jr.d (No Couboy stock taddlp, sif L-I.> l6t moj.tj, Mur- phy 2nd, ?2.50. harness rau- TO A Hamilton (Hurdett) let icv.ey. M, Koy B. Calvin 2nd, J5. Half mile I. iiilk-r ladles' race, won b> j.rlze Thc big baseball Grassy Lafie aud Bow ls.hi.-J taue and held the croi for au hour aud a half! it r an easy win for the t of 13 to 7. TUe game was full or hotb sides, Grassy :n greater number. A. Kon-j Island's classy tvrfrlcr, iiStchcJ a good game lioldbg cpiioncnt; to -s few scattered hits. In Uke got started and bus and errors netted fHe runs. Tl.e Grassy Lake Position HOA Island Calvin......Catcher......... Smith Gallagher Kotiune HB TO-DAY FIBST APPEARANCE HERE OF MISS DALLAS ROMANS "That Texas Girl" wilh the Today and Givt (his Taltnltii Arli31e a Rousing Rsccpllon KELLY AT BAY" Mair.tuoth Kay-Hep TODAY'S PHOTO-PLAYS INCLUDE: TIRELESS "THE STflONGEn TROMBONIST" CALL" Ar.ciher Great -'fie- liauce" "SUSPENDED SENTENCE" Thriller a Wgh-ebss production played ty a talented company or artistry than Special EMPRESS Attractions The Sporting Chance ONE OF THE BEST YET Cclebrsiteil Halhc's Weekly AND OTHER GOOD ONES MISS IRENE ALLAN COMING TODAY U portrayed in a tnanur-r that appeal to the better Kntlmeal of all. WIlFon le- UndeiTiOotl .First" bat.1.. Carpenter I commends II to I-elhliridgo citizens B. Walker .'.Second one ot the finest pcrforminces A. Walker T. Walker ..Third base...... Kru7cr Ruckert .....U-ft fielil...... llcnin Lang ........Centre fie'.J..... Llewelyn ...night field...... Score uy lirassy 7 island.........Gl" .Football Tater and Gracsy Like a good fast' game of fonMiaH, rLEuLling in a win for Grassy Ija'xo, the score leinB 4-2. Tbe hig a jrjblic dance in Ferry flail. orches- tra furnished excellent rr.usic and the larsc'croud lhat altcr.iled liioroushly enjoied thciaseHT-s. May 2-t will be romrr.'.herru the dtiicus'. of Grassy Like as beins the day lhal il his wit- nessed. from an artistic standpoint that has pver been seen here. Curtain at S.45 p.m. Get your early. Dalfss Remans Tonight at Star- land "That Texas Miss Dallas Ho- mans will make hpr inltiut npiiear- ance at Etarland tonight, and will of- fer an act Jioih new and. novel all through. Sinsinp the very latest pop- ular song hits, handsomely a most rema-rka'dle Washington, May .T. Keefo's resignation as commissioner general of Immigration, tendered May 5, nay be acceded by Secretary Wilson, of the department o( labor, (o toVe effect at such lime after May 31 33 pre- sident may dcalsnale. In his of accephnco the sccrelary wrote: "I de3lro to express to yon" my sir.- cere appreciation of your goorl work as commissioner general of immigra- tion and to personally (hank yo'i for the effective in which yon rme'assisted me. In obtaining i E.'asp of the dclalls of the o( the bur- eau." Mr. Keefe appointed by Presi- dent Roosevelt. During the closing of tho Taft administration Fen ator Naglc iccnuir.icndeil the orUccr's dlsrnlssnl and that- evidence relating to omelal conduct bo laid before tho dejMXmont of justice. President Taft took no action, leaving the mat ler to be'handled bj the Inrninlng H was Announces lhat Anthony A.. Comlnetti, of Coll fornia, liafl been selected lo succcct Mr. Kecfe. ''Plomalne due'to1 canned heirlng. Is auipccted .13 the ra.iec o: tho diath of James Scepl of London, rnfght liave been a mosl ser- ious occurrence took place In (his "SOME HA'E MEAT, AW) GAffitt EAT" So Bobbr Burns tersely describes the rich, btUaUU poor, dyspeptics. But their case not now so desperate m vrhen Bnrtiswrotc. Forihc nun the foot] now can eat wiOiout suilcring for it, if he jnsi the meal wh.'i a TaWst, These remarkable tablets banish the of chronic, tlift nun who Is tiic suficrer from heartburn.' gas on inc stomach or occa- You can eat htiilj vitds digest .tlicni, if you take ccrUirt Ilieir actioa, giving prompt cures. A row I'll yourself for your best bv Inking Hysjicpsi.! Tal'ieta- etyour N.iiloaal aud Co, of Canada, MARY-WANTED TO MARRY KITCHENER ''I Wonfler Kigslng Her and the popular college song, "Her Ryes are Blue for there ts aln-.osi an endless applause. "The 1'riixe of Tonight'1 Is a spectacular jtroduciion aaj in point or scenery, and effects (t outclasses eicr [.reduced by the Adems, HougU and Howard irio. Mr. Arnold will be scon here at tho .Majestic Theatre, Monday. June 2nd. with a capable casi and a dashing chorus of pretty girls. Pilces, i'i. 50, 7S, and Seals on salo at MaEon RCscli piauo store, Wednesday, May 2S. Max Bloom Who f-lll appear here tn ''The Sunny side of H at the Majestic Theatre, Friday acd Saturday, May and 31, lias made a PROGRAM Monarch Theatre WEDNESDAY, MAY 2Sth. Romance of the Utah Pioneers" Historical Kcaturo In Iltels 10c. 3 Excellent ,1Bc. Comedies L, OUT A through Cnnafo that lias never been Mils Homans fs sure lo scoro an "e, immense hil with Stnrland patrons. A s pi end id ylio ay lias also been .irrnnsed for fore- mast on which will he "Texas ICclly at tare. A number of otlier fine films lie shoaa, making ia all the Max liims-sif, a IIc- brev boy, who seils cioihins and any. thing else he can, including a horse. Th? Mnv aro really about the Max. The (loom nura- because they talk I nearly as inuc1! cs tcst pr to ho Soc-n in the o '1 he management announce Ihut the greatest nil-British picture ever five imuietije reeK will be shown on 'and Thursday, June -I and 5. These dales uill be well ronieniberiiig, for "Lonia will prove to be thc most remarkable photoplay ever ex- hibitrd to Jocal theatregoers. London, May Princess Mary of agtand, daughter of King George, ias proposed to Lord Kitchener. The prorosal was whispered in thc at Windsor Castle one evening mt Jong ago. Lord Kitchener gallant- ly the little Princess to talk with her father about the alliance. The match is off. j Pioneers" Historically comet, ami The grizzled hero of iJFOiIuced by the 101 Bison Co. hi two Lome for a spell from Egypt, es j subject vifirates with hu- man interest from start to finlsli. Great Historical Feature at the Mon- arch Wednesday Thc management ot the Theatre secured one of the interesting and tbrtllJng feaiurcs for Wednesday next preieuiPd in the city. "A Romance of the Utah cortJng the Princess about grounds. He is jears old. :all, straight as an stern as an Indian chieftain; she is sixteen, shy. and ,1 hero-wor.-hipperi There was i lull in the conversation as tbe> wsik- ed over thc veil-kept grounds, and Princess Mary, r ith her hand on bis arm, (old him, amid some confusion, that she had something important to Hojal dejnands, in CHFPS of courtship between a woman of the royal blocd and a man of lesser r.ohil- lly, tbo pioposal be made by the wo- man. The embanassment'of this what the lit He Princeas iiad in nvind. and she Eliid so, frankly enough, de- spite cf her blushes. She panted lo be- come the hero's aha said, and since she had to propose, she was do- ing so. For the first lime in many jears Lord KUchenrr smiled. He look heroic pains lo conceal hU amaze- ment and araiisriunt, however, boyond this one He told that he appreciated the great honor sbc confer re il upon hint by even con- sidering his eHgfbUity to become her but ihat he too old lo consider ft. Something of the answer had oc- curred to the Princess before she pul the question, and she tras promt a rejoinder. a laugh she waved aside the agn oliJccUon, and snlri lhat her aunl. the Cronn Princess, had married a man many years her cMcr and had a perfectly happy wed- ded life, Thus placed on the defen- sive, Kitchener made no deilnlte reply lo Hie suggesting in- stefld that she taft-lhe-matter oier with her father. A day or two afkrwarda Ixmi KH- chencr lold thc King of the naive pio- posal, antl the monarch roared wllh laughter. Thinking il loo gocd n ]okc to keep, tho King told Queen Mary. Sho failed to seo the humor of tho situation, anil was furious, and thd only tangible result of the little Trln- ccas' efforl fo assert.her royal prero- "wns ft week's in her own Tooms, This feature will be r.houn one ilght. The night ''Liah a great Ihrec-reei feature will he The Prince of TonirjM It is a kcoun fact that lhe majority of Ihealre, goers prefer musical com- edy to clrjitna. Its conibiiinlion of comedy, harmony and life attractively enough presented to variant such a generous appeal, and from this standpoint tiie splendid rcliicle "The ['rince of in which TORI Arnold is playing lhe lead- Ing role, fulfills ciery expectation. As The eaEt is the same that played in lhe higher priced Iiouscs throughout the country and the prcducllon. is en- tlreij new, luihiE bten built espec- ially for lhe vaudeville lime'this sea- son. Any oac who laugh hear catchy niuslc and see prctly dancing should not irilss "The Sunny Side of Hroadway." Seat Eaic Tues- day at the Jtason [jlano sicre; prices 55. 35 nnd EOc. Tv.o iiigliUy, curtain S p.m. and 9.15. Matinee each day at 3_ o'clock. Prices 10 and 25tr. Empress Thsatrc A special-feature for today and to- morrow, "Sporting the head' Hner of our prcgrauimu, is One the st ,irfd host features rce Jiavc been able to secure >et, and'it behoves our patrons to 3cc tliis to enjoy a real gcotl (liinff. 'As usual Pathe's Weekly nlll he the of Interest; Other good features of the class lhat holds this photo theatre as the most popular place of entertain men) there is. Coining soon: Miss lrenc Allan, the popular singer, vrith the latest songs might be Mr. Arnold, who for several seasons has played load- ing roks in Ad.ims. Hough and How- ard successes. Is admirahlj united for Uils most role, lhat oT the Prince, in "The Prince of The rolo Ihfit lie is poitrtying of a penniless college youth, who ac- cepts n position as life aaicr anil swimming Instructor at the hotel Palm Heaclj, Florida. I-aler ho ia transformed into a Prince of (lie mythical land of Ijjnilauia, while in the rolo of the Prince Mr. Arnold is seen at his host, yet an- other in lhe garb of the lifcsmer, or the robes of tho Prince, he impresses yon as one wlio will mafce pres- ence felt. HP Is gifted 'with an ex- cellent ami during his Ihrco lmilnlicrjg Col YrtA former Ireasu G( (he Klglfl t.Q.O.F., Is charged with and convert- [ng ia his own use (COO oft (lie en- funda, Will Never Conic SHE DANCED J71 TIMES AT WED DING AND CLEANED UP Edmontun, May >Trs. John G. Luro.ki Kobolfky, MemMip OCT. AT THE UKTIL GST.) SHOWER BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER GYMNASIUM REAOINS ROOM BILLIARD ROOM OUTDOOR SPORTS FOUR TENNIS COURTS Tennis Court fee Summer Membership Join Now ilegc of dancing wUh her, In accord- ance with an old FoH.ib custom. The celebration started shortly after tho noon hour and continued until datt'n the following morning. The director of ceremonies said tbat such a as censoring thc "chicken grizzly" find "bunny" were oat at the question. Mrs. Luroskl, is a comely young woman, recently from Poland, told several of her'coun- try women that, while she 13 pjroud of having established n record in America, she will never dance again. .i forrr.erlr Marj decMrcd lhe winner I San Francisco, May 23. One hun- tired and nlnety-Uo thousand poundB ot .meat, ical, ar- a marathon in Edmon- ton South tho o'.ber night, when shcjia danced tvUh partners Rl the cele- bration following lier wedding. !ncij dentally, the bride gathered each partner for the priv- it jcatcrday on the steamer Sonoma from Australia. This lhe third shipment of meal re- from lhe Antljiodes' in the cam' jiaign to combat the high prices re- ceded by locAl Tha meat Is consigned direct to retailers. "ARE YE Then say Florentine" Ice, Cream Parlor is the 1'ride of Ldtibridge City. And llu; nmnngowciil is giving1 lhe. public excellent Quality Coiuits'anil Inivc Try us'l'or F1JUITS, CANDIES, SOOAS, 1C 13 CKKAM, J ANDREWS CARLILE, Props, ;