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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i'Mlny, June, 2fi, 1013 THE DAILY TJK1JALJ) Pago 3 BRIGHTER to Chorus of 35 Pretty Girls MAJESTIC THEATRE LIVELIER Special Fair Week Attraction TO-NIGHT That Sparkling Comic Opera "THE COUNTRY GIRL" The production is better and brighter than before Seats now on sale at Mason Risch Piano Store O o a i r} o rt> V) FANCIER Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c Brilliant Effects FUNNIER GUIDE EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT FROM NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY MAJESTIC THEATRE FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 27-28 SATURDAY MATINEE- SPARKLING MUSICAL COMEDY THE GIRL? Wilh "ftAYMGND PAINE" and Excellent Company Catchy Music Pretty Dances Brilliant Stage Effects Seals now nn Sale tu :nnl Uiseh PRICES: 25c, 35c, 50c. 75c; Matinee 10c 15c. and ihey would bn wl. "We" don't want any more rasped ends i-roppins 'U) lime to Unje. i.'H us have ihem he I'.aVu tried In hear every one, ;md 10 consider c-xhihils, and having done so, will make the host fist oi 11. or the tiest IIICFS ran. Hut there shall ne j no movo enticements or excuses." ,Mr. f'uwan then iialrl. as he under- sto'jtl (he (irfisrni standing; of (tu: case. the Hoard, had decided the railways should bo told that Uicy must, in or- ilev to establish that no diseri mi na- tion exists, hmv that western rates arc not unfair as (oriiprtred iviib those in tin: east. Superb Production "Cleopatra" Coming j ical Ihealrc-Rocis air IQ wit-1 t Utr exhibition hrvr }Meti portrayal of i on .Monday and Tuff-day I next, HR IL Is asEiuerlh tnr. -remcs', motion picture over in.nlf. The man- agement of SiarJand positively asuert that nothing 10 even truiy JTllfk'OTlt featUrp hm i-Vc: fchoivn. in this city, iv, out a peer in the worM The of ''Hi Helen (thru 11 or players iitulict and (utcrctt beamy of thought, vk men i, aiul Jiunmtic n respect I'u" i fit lie understood by niR'i pyrnpalhy ta rarely r irmllsh world. Above ;ill. ihr nbjerl lag Ijcen Lu rei'.nrd in nSfiurts .1 of this wonderful wfrniiu. cli should not roi injure the> jo.vc'' ''.v I ii Six Rods MISS HELEN GARDNER AMD SUPERB COMPANY IN CLEOPATRA WE POSITIVELY STATE THAT WE GUARANTEE THIS ATTRACTION TO 'THE SIMPLY MUST SEE IT TO FULLY APPRECIATE IT'S EXQUISITE GRANDEUn SOUL STIRRiNO ROMANCE LIMIT. YOU lo Grand Programme at the Empress Thn mid a rc.'il pood cmc, .vill hr niloiv n tonight for llin inU'. There ;nv no than, i- onrs, II-H in of this- lumhrr ine price tsi Hill ihe sunm. COLL1DED WITH MILK TRAIN Canaan, Conn., .IUIIR tii .in wan fatally injures, anniher batily fatally, ana half u Oov.cn other passengers were 'injured in a colli- sion hero this afternoon between a conihustinn train and :i milk ivaiu on the .Von- York. New Havon and Hart- ford, and switcher on tfce Central of New Kngland. Spend Your Vaca- tion at Waterton Lak es UNEXCELLED FISHING BEAUTIFUL SCENERY BOATING AND EVERY COMFORT FOR A QUIET ENJOYABLE KOLU DAY AT SMALL COST. Go By Way Of Pincher Creek TtilR is the easiest way to reach the l.afcc-B. Kirsl clasE nc- ni the Hotel .Ar- lington, Pincher Creek, en Rfltei at John Hotel, WATERTON LAKES -S2-00 a Day KOH Freight Rates Investigation is Adjourned Until September Chairman Draylon's Dictum CANADIAN Special Fares Account Dominion Day July 1, 1913 Going dtuos, Juno to July (si. Ivclurn Limit, .Inly 4lh. R, G, McNIELLIE, District Paisenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. Ottawa. -luriG an indefin- ite adjournment, which government wished to be set MS late HA Kepli-mber J, the n'oir u-fstern' freight rates completed another ullage today. Tue CliHlrinan instituted tin? follow, ins questions [or the consideration uf counsel during the Interim: or HOI stations should be placed on iho same rate basis In so fRr central merchandize rates fire roneernerl, irrespective of density of trntlsc in a Rivun district. or riot rlfstrlhiidnK pnfnis, irrespective' of or business, should be enilUed to similar commodity rates (i.o., 3- -Whpthfi OY not nil sialions at coninion from d ct-nlree from whic'n freight inovca at commodity rntes. s lion Id he, on the s-nn'.o bflRls in rcfpeci of distance .inft rates shnuM not lie ri.v- ed by the western provinces on ihu "nssumplion of u sufMclml oxiMhiR (rntlwny inlleaRO to cnnlitc the jtralu [Top lo he jiroperly cairled, anil af- fording J.'tnris seitleil or tii for settle- ment with i ail way facilities wtthiu rpnsonulrle distanco, oi1 ivhethor rates should he flxntt on n basis as ivjll enconrase ftirlhcr (Jevelopmcnt. or r.iles ftiould he hnPCil on the trafEic anrl returns of the ('aimdian Irrespective of uny rtensiiy or ilivctsity of anii reinrns of ilie Nnnlirrn and (he Grand. Trunk Pacific UaJluaj- tmnpfitiies. vail on What principle do yon doMfc the freight rates to he sifloreri? These questions, (he Chairman com- mended to ntienllnn of tlie uonn- sel on holh ?lrlofi, so Hint, nothing would be luchhii? wliPn the resumeil. "Mr. Miillcr'fi e.vhihiJ.s slmiild he the hands of t'O'.insel within'six ssecVis at It-BSC." lie declared. "Thrpn weeks after Mi at 1 desire IIGHIS OF PYTIS ELECTED .Sa.ikrilooH. .I uric elect hrfi.rc l.ho Cir.iiift oi Knii-fils tit t'y- 11n as this resulted in Krcii K. I'npoland, of DiUiphiu, Man., heitij; ch'rlcd (fr.nnl r'nllmvijip is Ihc in tlir orrlct tliri CTJIMl M. (iiadd I'lclati- livrlyii NcsUill, Ctc.iittl Keeper uf Hrrcrrds atiil .Seals II. llcS.Ong, Winnipeg, dc- II. MIKHT, .Melvillr, Sa.sk. Oranrf diner J.ick- .smi, Monst! .law. (.raml Outer W. Dua- nolJy. Ciraml Truslrrs (-1 yrais) Jplin U'alson, n.iufiliin years, .Mm O. I lure. -I. Hcntlcy (2 Dauphin; J. K. Li. JKMrilnir. Winhtpcp. :1 llrjiresienlativca Wiliott, (1 Chas. Jet- troy, mi i' suiniir Tlin a Iril1> Cl1 V. 3 r'idrpiiiii, nml llio oilie, dr.unufi air ciasa- nlueaikjnat ]''-l-tlirc' nf at. the nl York's I In- ihe Inrfic- "I'nihc'a British of il-r u.suri) high slandartl, and was j appVfciatod. itre Ri'c.ii t-crcams and iiervinicnt. ami nent fv-j ClcorMra" is filmed h: ?ii fill rtcls, the whole Lor.Eti rare evening's entertainment (he great length uf rhc fcat'irn. and its enormous the -for ihnj '1'hc ci'ifiu two days nnly, Mondj) und Tuesdaj '-creiUid Rrnu levt, u-ill he iwentv-iivc it-iiu at oacli I ervhodv IJUTJHS ii-rilnK [j or formal ice. The I strons'ly this u> every and n in- of their patronb. ar.il :ilso to any I.event sensational feature "At tbe Tuot ho am r.oi steady for it IB! of iho Sraffold." This jsiclurn is one nqtieg lion ably the mon musuJIicouL i of the best uvcr shown in this ever prtirtutpii. [and should no; lin missed. 10c BIJOU THEATRE Until We Three Meet Again A LUB1N DRAMA IN TWO REELS Prisoner of War A flATTLE FEATURE Father's Lesson A STORY WITH A MORAL COMING The Wage Earners THREE REELS OF FRENZIED INDUSTRIAL STRIFE JUNE 1st "British Empire Navy Series" OUR EMPIRE'S NAVY IN PEACE AND WAR. MOTION PIC- TURES OF ALL BRANCHES OK THE SERVICE IN IOC SEVEN 2nd and 3rd 1 Oc M "COUNTRY GIRL" ONION LIFE IS Toronto, June .Insiicc this looming timdr an ordrf winding up tiir I'uion J.ilr As- surance company. Tlic. apph'rntion made ycsfcrday. J. Kinlayhon. ni Ilir dopnrlnipni, of insurjini'e, Ollaivji, is Inlerini h- mice in Ihc Mclrrt'Mitan life are pro- prrsRing sal isfactorih EG AN CASE REMANDED Tlip cnse aRAhi8t Pat Kpan of thrtatcnitu; liodily lo II. f. siniinonn was remandnf this nftenioon until .Monday. The nlloRcd fracas look pjjire ot Ihp Knfr grounds. Public do not Seem to Tire of Production Last Night's Performance (he Best Yet The public ho--. 10 appreciate n good thing. TIll's foivihly jirov- od by the incKeiiuc of ihc large crowd in spite a miin iilglij. came to the Majestic to grer; "The Coisnivy Girl" on its second prcFctntation. They found nul bi'- Jletl its repntatiou, but svus, it any- 11 g, -iiiOTc than before. "The Country it ay pears has in ken (he popular taste fancy, It evidently 'is the kind of tiling which Ihn tbe :t ire pulng jmhlio of tii bridge piijur'- Tor many in the were who wci'c atteiiiiiiif: tin. for the tliird, uav, the fourth time of ask- ing." Their applause and the encores were, all so many signs or the pleas nre tbe play hail afforded and was continuing to afford. .There was nntlunp of slaifness hi the perlonnance. one and nit hod got tho-'spfric. of the play, and gave vent to a verve, an intimation and a sprlght- liness hi action, song and Bailee that were distinctly plrasing. Their spirit vras fully sharcil En hy the one or Inipoitaflons into the cast. ilo'vcver well ihe ilifferent mem- bers of -the coriip.my ncijnltted them- selves, the credit, ami (liis they themselves will avow, is due to Mr. George MItforU. the musical dtrcctor. lie was cer- tainly the gPiiiuF, of the occasion, for 50 fur as perfection f. Nicholson, as Ihe mouocled gfnc A weli t-oucclvcd Granfcr Miinniur was the country himself thoi-onuhly out to make the ocrafltui Irh.is hcen (.roposcrt lo ihe to n Life. niid tune- i.'-mdinal Vanrultelli or fnliirsH ilisliiifiuipbcil the nieinlK rs of I di.'i.il Keir.iKa us pKiinl i slate. The rciia IH dlslrusseil by tltc and has" endeavnreil in thi- chcvup as liorelofore. inn! tu who i'ri> present cOsihi not have heljusl hut- awny P. rerojjcilc the hut without recollfciioii us a mouuntij of As a illrcei result of thtir visit lo the c.vhiinlioii, dhiPl ccnjferc-nce ivit.'t The hicludeil: The Missus l.i'eu'h. .fohiiFcm; flcnflile, holiness yesterdiiy funiicily papal in j ton, may i Stltl, rattcratu'1. Hinds. Yo-.mer, PrErc, j ton, may he i-alloil to iftfj- he Imd vainly al- to hiinsrlf, JnJin Snl- lick hnamr so iingrv that Ho killed her iiinl liis iimv diildipn with a MintiHrl ibis is s a provinrtaf tux I'dllrc.'cr, lias inorti'siv 'I'hiR innruint; IIIR wiir fonmt jliiui nui stilt nlivc. -Slir sev- eicil the rui'u and SaUeli Uecanic, I inhiriiitrtl (H.it he [Mt-Xcrl up hatcb- ;HII! killed tl-.e uoiuan, ;iltrr n-Jiirh siHijUtt ntit their chitili'en ami iiighJcreil .tiicni- Magnificent Views of that yon our fnrttitns outlining tJio principles upon wJiicji you desire ncMcm to not RO- Ing to wflsto :niy more time undi- posted exhibits." Mr. IMlhlailo rieclare-l that Mr. Mtil- It'r's theory u-ns only (Itcnry nnuy. Ho hi in self would like lo Chul oui the of the pl.inl, ami (he fi- unnce oi the C. IV II. "I still feel thai this is .-MI ant far-for before tire closes." Ch.iinnan Drayton -ushoil Mr.. Pit- [blado tu givn tho references which Canada's Greatest Pleasure Shown on. the Canvas at UO Saturday Next Secure Free Ticket from Mitford Co. ILEFFINGWELL WILL CO-OPERATE Womc, .Inne some time _____ icimn.-4 been cirrrPin that sev-J Soattlc. -Innp Lelflng- eral powerful men of du: rollfge ofjwoll, the Avctk csploror, who hns i-rinlinalA hur? timer win rtf to 'Jr-wnml tu-o ivijis to tlie fftr North In re- fiom the Pope the relief of Ccirdhialp l'tiu saltci1 fur Alaaka- today, (a inpet Stefansrroii. who "'tit ..len-y ne i.al their Arcltc exneduion. of pntciicnlly onvnino-j He will arrange with Dr. titctaiisson CRIII. nowcv. Thefe rc-noits, to cooperate with the Canadian cM'C- ing to e in h roil the vailcon !a further dis- j pnlrs, such as those between ihe I chuveti and France, Portugal and Spain, The liberal tlo not IT WILL PAY TO Ask for ratos hy the- Donald- son Line. Il -.vlll surprise you" liow little Uic (rip cost, ateameis- U date service. Sailings from Mon- treal every Saturday. Mnke. your reservations NOW, For information'Oak S. B. Mitchell, C. P. R. Agent, nr wrlto H. E. General AgoV 349 -Main Street Winnipeg, ;