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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 DAILY HERALD Monday, May TONIGHT (Wonders Xover (Jcaso) TOMOltROW Look a Second Time and See if You Can Beat It An interesting picture shoeing thrilling "Skirmish Scones" and ihe.' Boer Cavalry advanchig'on the KngHsh Linos in irregular THIS IS A FEATURE FILM, in which the photo-grit phy is clear and perfect; and the acting Intelli- gent and dignified. Tin-1 RA PITPT MO This is u COMEDY and k the first film we have 1 JU, IK-VUtll-lAm rt tWVl U1U..UU vpt thc uEAP YEAR POSSIBIL- is a lively refreshing and laughable picture. Grasp the Opportunity. human story portrayed with great skill. H is n "PATHE" production and the name "Speaks for Itself." TTT1? T nVTWbV UV A CTiniV A" ADDED ATTRACTION (belonging exclusively I 111 Li IjUALHJA A L IX ftlllMt lo Everyone admires a Pretty this picture shows the "CREAM" of the prettiest girls in London "OH, YOU'KID" (a) A Sick Man from the East. An Interesting detective story by the Vitigraph Company, (b) Paid iuili.s Own Coin. A story of a law.Buit with aT company for damages (Lubin Co.) (c) The Sign of the Three Labels. A picture that produces a laugh a' minute and should be seen by every United N. Change Daily, .PRICES GET THE HABIT MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Two N Tue.., Wed. May 28, 29 CLARENCE BENNETT COMPANY PRESENT THEIR GREAT CONSOLIDATION "THE SQUAW MAN" "THE STAMPEDE" ...TUESDAY, MAY 281 Ii, THE ENGLISH-AMERICAN PLAY BY EDWIN MILTON.ROYLE, WEJDNE8DAY. MAY 2 THE TIME HERE By. Cecil B. De Wllle, Author of David Warfleld's Great Play, Return of Peter Grlmn, Slronjheart, etc. SKATS .50 SEATS ON SALE MONDAY, MAY 27th, AT ROCHON'S ICE CREAM PARLORS. Lethbridge on New International jftghway from front page) fold when the plans of the Ijighwa Association are realised and Lot! bridge is a landmark along that gren trail." G. A. KEEPER DEAD Ottawa, May "message from Victoria, B. announces the death of George Alexander Keefer. the second and. last surviving son of the late George K, Keefer, jr., civil engineer. Thorold, Out. He. was in his 7Clh year.. He was district engineer of the department of Public Works of Canada in British. Columbia. Born at k Cornwall, he was educated Two Great Plays Heretofore, in the many versions of great plays, the titl-e role has been made to dominate, but in the. original version of "The Squaw which the Clarence Dennett Company will present at the Majestic Theatre Tues day evening, May "S, the character o-f Lady Diana is not subservieut, but will be brought out with unusual strength and grace by Miss Edna -Mar- shall. All the important scenes, so often sacrificed in incomplete produc- tions, have been retained, showing how a mere woman can sacrilico hei 'whole. life to duty. The character of ,Lady Diana is a difficult 'one to por- but, in her parting scene luth Jim, Curston, where all' her feelings must be suppressed, Miss Marshall rises to the occasion as to the manner born, and in her' scene, where she meets Jim, years after, and finds him married to an Indian the 'mo- ther of his little boy, her intense emo- tion, portrayed iu the mo'lern method of .suppressed realism, and, as ,.onlj an' English woman could is a The Landmarks Tlie route is what interests Leth- brldye people most so Leth igi; is concerned in that- route: Here is tho draft of the route.ag map- out by the executive of.the asso- at Upper Canada. College. He made 'Bern of perfect naturalness without .the first exploration" for a direct rail- way line from Toronto to Ottawa, and entered the -government service in 1STJ straining for effect. Probably no announcement of the season will be received with more pleasurable anticipation on the part Aibqrni to Xanaimo. to Vancouver. Vancouver to New Westminster. New to Chilliwack. Cliiliiwjck to Hope. Hope, lo Princeton, to Rossland. to Trail. Trail to Cresiou, via the new bridge over the Columbia .now being erected. Summit Creek and .the Dewdnev trail. .Creston to Maeleod, via main trunk road into Alberta, Lethbridge Is In on It .MaclemI to Lethbridge. Lethbridge to Medicine Hat. Coleridg-e to Walsh and Irvine. Walsh to Maple Creek. .Maple Creek to Swift Current. Swift Current to .Moose Jaw Moose Jaw to Broadview Broadview to. Pleming. Fleming to 'Brandon, Portage la Prairie and Winnipeg. From Winnipeg east the road is not well defined, :but will touch Port Arthur, the Soo, and thence to Parrv Sound. Frqqi" the, latter point it is Ihe intention to follow a course al- most due east thenco to Montieal and Sherbrcoke thence northeasterly through New Bruns- Voting. Today in Five Provincial Ridings (Continued from front page) your own party. You are, no doubt, in "a position to give me all the neces- sary, particulars for the purpofle of commencing the proceedings required to prevent and punish them. Both-parities did their test to "paint the town red" on Sntnrda night. The conclusion of the keenest fought political battle in tlie history of the city marked by scenes which made the'day memorable in the lives of those who witnessed them, and in the history of the city. An Eventful Night Never -before have such crowds thronged Jasper avenue, awl never be- fore has such excitement and political enthusiasm' been witnessed: At dusk a'torchllght and automobile I parade, arranged by the Liberals, got under way. .those taking part in Uva foot; parade starting from the Ex- change' JIart, and the autos setting out from KiniBtuio avenue Ihe par Repairs .AUTOMOBILE .PUMP.; BOILER "ENGINE" PIPE FILLING DRILL WORK LATHE WOKK A SPECIALTY Only the belt mechanics employed, an.d'we guarantee the utmost satlcfaction on all work Thomas Nlven MACHINISTS Alex. Nlven Fifth Street, Alberta THE LATE'.KING [FREDERICK OF DENMARK Who was burled on Friday last, among the tombs of his predecessors Hoquiic ilic lumber if ihoy arc to be of a Lasting Nature Bring rnp-iamuncnts or specifications into this jnrrt ami let u flgme together what 5011 tho pike Farmers' Lumber Operating Yards in Southern Alberta Sec our big sign "TirELETHBKIDGK LUMBEK YAKD" Tile yard all material is under ot the theatre ?otrs of thi toun than that of the presentation of "The Stain- J pede Clarence Bennett anl Co. will present at the 'Majestic The- atre the second night of their, engage- ment. Starland' St irland an cxltaordinary pleasing and progidiu lor Monday pntl Tucsdav, uhic.li is bound j to itself and iht house .to capintv it etch performance The IfiiUue is a thrilling Mid hip like nnl picture of the Hder-> War. ienlii- jhd "V I'lmeU lUscue" which uniolds j soniL d.iung and stirring scenes on i ihe field oi a cour- jageoiis and remarkable "rescue scene" j bv a soldii r uho Ii u! hi: pal thai be long irmemherul This ib cc.ittiin'v laj ing plans to interes the easten provinces in the project The Route Tl rough South Alberts In Ubeua the will be u an almost direct line from the.Britis] Columbia boundary at the Great DI vide to the Saskatchewan .-botmdarj east of Medicin-a Hat. There are var ions reasons why this-: route shouli be Lhoion through the ince Through the Crow's Neat Pass there has been, an effort made for years-to construct an automobile road to me ind ptrt of u is in such good th-it lutoinobilists eonsidei it one of the; Uest highways In the coun Ii Fi om MaUeod to Leth oriJpe there is alre.tdv ,i fauh good trail, that used the freighters in the old days when the Macteod trail was a name to conjure It is under stood that followed in the main, "Alberta .in-the-Forefront But it is: of Lethbridge that attention tuins to af the present .line T he pi ov ince of Alberta hrougb Us government has foreseen' the plans of the highway as- sociotions foi onlj lecentlj de ided to construct a trunk road From ads a unique event for the citv No less than aSS motor cars 'ablaze with lights of all descriptions and gay decorations nbeeled down Jaspei av eniie i meeting uas held at the College avenue hand stand, at which Hon. A. G and the Attomej Genet at spoke. Both the addresses reiterated the arguments which have been, used from 'the various Liberal platforms during the progress of the campaign The Ewing supporters resolved nbt to 1st the Liberals have it all their the information which mention must b-a -with regard: to members 'of own way, and, with the aid of'the pipeis, thej succeeded in adding to the excitement was occasioned by dashing "automobiles, bands of the bi had no particulai ob ject than that of: making as much noise as possible. Mr Bnmg hims-elf addiessed a crowded meeting in his committee rooms Both cand'tlates stated last night that they -were thoroughly, satisfied with the eltoits of their workers In the Sturgeon district, it .is ex. icct-ad that Hon. J. It. Boyle willbe lectod by a good-sized majority over L Williamson Taylor. 4n the :dis rict through which the ill-fated A. G W. Kailway would have passed, an ffort is being made to work up a eelhig against him, but this will be ffset in-other parts, lion Chailes Stewart sweep edgewlck with a'large majority -Woblf Safe Cardston Cardston. May the eve of polling, both parties'are lined up for battle, and the Liberals seem confi dent of earning the riding bj or' three hundred majority. Reports from all parts of the riding reveal that Mi He is looked to to en rj both sides ofj the riding "with at least 150 of a lead m both the east and Avest ends in if, the Conseivatnes defeat is evidenced the jams published in advance of alleged biiben or the Liberals U is legaided as making a soft bed to fall on. Busy in Clareaholm i day finds workers on both sides IT TO CARRY RIDINGS 4 That McKenzie win is ,1 (foregone conchisio'h. 'The best Conservatives claim, is that ''JMcJril: Ian has a chance." neavyvRsm at Edmonton .Edmonton, -May ihe iest rain stonif of the year converting the streets into seas of mm! and wai-' ter the das of the most important bje? election in manv jears opened for a vote, although the of the uoikers for both candidates started earh _to round up GOVERNMENT BUSY AT PRINCE ALBERT IN GOOD OLD EL ECU bft TIME Oitawa, Mar 27 Vnangcuients were completed Saturdav with "the department of to have a. 10 foot tanal constructed ai LacalUt I alls on the rnec, where Prince Albert citv is develop- ng horse-power. .Hon.' Roberv Rogels Jas I3 and Maj- or Morton, of I'nnfce Ubert; tlosetcd vvJth Hon. V. Monk and of tliL tor sev- eral hours, and it was finally' agreed. ,lhat a forty too.t canal nould ficienj, K Jlnherto the engineers held out tor a hiU-Icot canal uhich has ll-en the Tt was art ijiittedrtlnt a would he sufTicicnl to carrj anv on the for tiansportatmn Mavoi IVior- ton and Mr McKav ,jtli tic outcome of the? interview, fid .Mr. McKftv left, Saturday niffht, IH the west SHE'RIFF PROCTOR, RESIGNS May Proctor., has held the office since ISSO.'bas been.forced to resign through the per- secution of thp Tones A brother of rh'e -.member'-Tor Bast Northumberland may get .the job. 1.1 .1 pipltv mil, ulielher admit' Lcthbrulge to Island This H or not, and.this picture shows the! the route to b-a followed cream of .London .-HcauUes-at! the national liighw.iv, and this their ome and tlicv arc sinrph "peaches Micm, lln At The Morris hcautifnl theatre is nuu shoe- poition oi the roatl is completed Al hcrta will: De able to lurn over 'to the jjssocifttiori as'a.nnit of their monstei spheme this piovinces poition the exception of d miles, and tht'ie is evei> tbit these links be connected up with the ing sumt 01 Ilif best pic tuns that can U bicn in Canada oi tl.e (nitcd SUies fht progiam on iSitiinlaj highly .ippucialcd and the another excellent j selection tonight the Ihui labiK, is, pitttirc that will interest evm f niled rttid to monv what the Up svs- trm means. "The Sick Man From the Last" is vitliout a doubt one ot llu best dttcctne hioiies ever pro diiced on a 'shows the of a delei'lhe capturing a horse thief.. "Paid In ;His' Own another inlerestlng drama, vvheic a lad) sues compinj for tlanmf'c'f teceivcd in an accident IOOMS IIPI cast1 through Hie 'ihrcttdnpss of the cnnipanj's at- tortuM I lie change ovorj high! pud hj a steady pat- ron of this piipiihir theatre >ou ure aluav, assuied of and host the latest whole within a very short time, Convict laboV ia being used on the I cthbrldg-a Bov, Island trunk road, and those who ti a veiled that pletcd, especiallv sav that It is without doubt one o< the best loads in the province. Motor Club Will .Help To. the Herald, one "of the members tlip recenth fonncd Autoniobile Club recently said he believed that Lethbridge coi'M not do too much help nlpng tho national high- wiij scheme whioh outside of the publicity f oft t lire should he one of the-finest things this city has .ever got hold of He will fnteieit the Motor Club (n the movement, and en- deavor to make Lethbridge tho centre of ihe movement, in Alberta! "It he said, "be the su- preme aim of the motqrlitu of this city to-got tho movement, under wny in Alberta.-', And anything (he of'Lolhfu'idgc caii'do in-the matter come bick to them one hundred V 1- J 1- Have You Seen The ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE At C W. Gray's? THE WASHING MACHINE AT; PRICE y i, Equipped with electric motor or for power belt as desired The only Electric Washer made with a swinging wringer Does your washing while you eat breakfast Our Binding Three Years' Guarantee Each piece material that enters into the con si ruction of -t ho'-May tag Electric or Power is carefully, selected und free from the slightest defects. APler a washer is once InsUlled, In any home, where reasonable care will be given to it, we will, guarantee It against a 11. imperfect ions''Iti1 work- manship, construction and eveij part, including w aRlier and u ringer lor a, porjod of H) Three jcars If anyone Is not absolutely satisfied with Washer, and.lt falls short of bur repreaenlatlons, we --heerfulK refund all monej paid thereon We mint s.iltefv tlie purchaser or there'll be "no sale" This guarantee covers ever} cl dm made concerning peel fi I cat ions. See demonstrations get full particulars C. W. GRAY'S Hardware Fifth Street, Lethbridge, Alberta ;