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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Twaday, May 27, THE LKTHIIIIIDGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE-TONIGHT 8y SpecFat Engagement with Charles GEO. w. MCGREGOR co. London and New York Humorous Humanly Comedy "PASSERS BY" With an Engliah Company Specially Selected from London's Creat- Actors 16 Months at Wyndham Theatre. London. 6 Months at Criterion Theatre, New York PRICES: i 50c, 75c, and Seits Now On Sate at Mason 4. RIsch Piano Store How C.P.R. Will Regulate Levels in Connection With Subway-City Council Meeting to or ivielvc cionihi n alt- rtiauon iu thy ra of ta> touucH a imbhshfU Special EMPRESS Attractions The Sporting Chance ONE OF THE BEST YET Celebrated Palbe's Weekly AND OTHER GOOD ONES MISS IRENE ALLAN COMING TODAY Mils Dallas Big Hit at Star- In nd "That Tens Miss Dallas Ro- manH son re i aa lujroenae hit at Star- land lint In bar ringing of of the very litest song success- es Misa Homtnft has a.-style all her own, and It by ftr (be most original and entertaining lady Starjand has She most cerlnEnly the BbilJIy to "put her tongs over" in a pleailac way, and we can ttfely predict a most tucceisful en- gagement tor her tt SUrlacd diirt the. next feK ireelia. .The pictures Ifiit evening were all that could-be particularly 50 jia the cue of Kelly At ;on6 of the'mosl'darlBg and emsation .al ever secured by SUritttd. A -cumber, of other good pUjt completed one ot the teat- program we hnJ tha priTlUfe of for some 1 PHnce of Tonight d tha most lavlab producllona on tour that of "The ot Adamn, liough muilcJi! tpeotaclo. Tv Tom Avbold-in. the tlUe role, coming to on Mondfty. June 2. H 1 of tee ties In many of the scenes have been ta and c-nacled very spots whero the plot of ihe slorj is laid. The special Star land coocert or cheslra are already rehearsing suit- aule rausfc. nhicli bas set to "Loma and be ID alien ancc on Monarch Theatrt Of all the tvonderful features juo- duccd by the famous Rison 1C-1 Ranch Co., "A Romance of ihe Utah PI fers" iloiihtlfss stand pre-emin- ent. Historically correct, tult of ihrti- Ing situationB, the various scenes, rue to life at that period, the ;.holo- lay jakes a grip on one's interest liat IB fully maintained (o the end. n addition to the above reel fea- lire, three excellent comedies nIH be N'cit. Saturday another Ice matinee will take place. He-member, Kiddles, don't mis; ii. Max Bloom. Soon Mas Bloom in the nifty song show The Sunny Side of UroAtaay" vrlll le the allractton. at tbe Majestic for Friday and Saturday, May 30 anil 31 That he bas not lost hSs ability to at Palm U trans fcJ iiitd of wbere Mr 'Arnold, AS Prtece reirre tor Bfffet, act U at the meg Febe, and an alfresco ban quet on tbe Uws at the Hotel 01 B. In tblg Hit binke of flowers and Itgbts that form IL brilliant iptcucle. Tbe electric a effects alone In kist scene are away beyond aaylblog on a rotd DOK on sale .MkMn t Pitno store. tO, 75 an! }1.5Q. t ''Lorni Do one11 Opmlng to Stkrli 'On Wadnfriday And Tbtraday, Jun 4 and o, the numtgement o? Stirlnn Trill Ukt in offering llvft-reel preienUtlon of "Lom ndapled from tbe lamou Wbo has not read'the dtllghtful, ex citing snd romantic bSitory of Doone, ind revelled ID paies thai ori to (he vlfut that tb-e C. P. K. dad i.rejiaird iimey of. tbcir main llr.e (.MSI eboulug It caier- the tii> through the Hendtrson I'ark. an-J loocliit; ihro-jgh Ar- I'ark to the main lino again at or near ihc IhlrUinth strcel crossing. fect, a i'laa been carried lato ef- tho largest park wouW have n cut In soiling it for lhat com [rleto ty Tbe rta course, and tbe earth r.o-n UK be wasted. It is i-'.vo] :he cut "Alll he wade to- lion al least. Appoint Scalfcld fnspector Tbe council hcaid nature of a bomb IM-IU or Hardle. He said Si- forcced b> a membt-r or i u i and Labor Council a- tup i..-t seeelon ol the local .t had been passed s.c re spongib'.e for injurit-a to I..L'. off building tU- bad appointed a The ucu-r ihe notldcd tho cli> tl" manor will be looke-J r 'o. true, the city Lj ftppointtag ihe clly as scaffold Inspector. The cost of fliiW ren's Detenlion Home- n tl.u TODAY ONLY "Texas Kelly at Bay" diiKM KK ALSO FOUR OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS To-day Miss Dallas Romans "THAT TEXAS GIRL'1' IIAVK VOL' HKU? SON'S BUY Commons Discussed new -Criticism was of h'iciully 'vu v ;l e l.arii'ir Lf liu'uJn said lie and is demonstrated by .he reception vrhich be has heenl everywhere. This se'aBon his' vehicle has been thoroughly brought! up to da It. New lines, new "busi- scenic effects, songs and other deiailsihave been provided, and an of- fering on a with any show pre- in many mooas 15 promTped. There not a dull mo- ment in the entire piece. T-anshter is tbe dominant keynote and mfrth j? Sept, on tap from cur lain to curtain. Tbe prfces are popular, 25, 35 and 50 ceois. Seats on sale Wednesday nt Mason ft Risch's Piano store. A Great Sporting Picture at the Empress Say. you Letbtirldgc sports, there's ftght picture at ihe Empress thnt la a. scrap and >ou really can't afford to misc. it, PO got a hustle on and hurry up as tonight is the only chance you frill have of ape'-1- This boys, Is not a farce fight, but a real picture ot a good. Ihc, quick tight In which (be Vnonicg caes perceive' good business. son for Ihc proposed cbange in ro'Jte was to the grade out ot the city to the east. From the depot u the junction tht-re fs a heavy grade. the stock iards the clly level Is reached, antl the deviation nould cut o'.it the grade, ma it possible lo set freight trains of tho city to ihe east without the aid of a second enyiue. houc-ver, the nccc-stii} of delation bas teen obviated. In connection, with the subvtay ag- reement, Hie ciiy has learned ihdl the company has under contemplation a cul in ihe hill at the junction. "Men "HI bring it to the ness level of the new terminals here. This cut. ulll he about nine feet ileep at the deepest io'nt. starting just cast of Thirteenth street, and combg out; on the level again nt-ar ihe When Ihc city Icarucd that [bis cjt lo be made, they uere fit a less to know uteiher ihe company cd taking Ihe dirt Tiom it to make the tight foot, fill al Thirteenth street, and aucordlugl} the signing of the has been held up. However, Engineer Blanchard was la ihe city of Calgary yesterday, he would call on Supermlendtnt Price io nave the matter straightened out. IE the company used the dirt from ibc cut to make the fill ii would cost more, and the city would be compell- ed ur.dtr tbe agreement lo stand its share of Ihe added expense. But if the earth nere brought from uest of the river for the lill (.he coat would be considerably lessened. So Tar as ihe council bas been able to learn the O. P. fl. intends (o tallow Ihc Jatler Ject tf a long dlscubs; So far Ma> ii- tLo] nit never looked Into the those relating j jncd the Officer Laml was to lr. '.fmiu-fiion I Mill the managemeni or tho iiifui'i-j tion. It brought Off'c' r; uas "'l-! 1.a nib iold of the goM 'a'lia- tr I done, and they were that it! yn- ,v.i, .Vit> ,'j K rl.wi Hie I C. K IH-.J- the liuus: .n'ti'iuovu and t'U'ii ItllJ. TllP V Jt. I'OLlitlfli .t (.omparaturl; As K cubltim, ralUa} eslmiaU1-. ate up. Ccu Oralnm, tV former immure, fiaif the trUuiitit. but I.c V.OA tint Jisi'osfil tu -aid n siimi much LC.I.I? j .-in- .if tic iirujecl. He luJ te.ri ji.f ,0r.i ihf- lale (rrui'r.t TCJ- vvlr, M.-iK MI the line should in i Ic j .11-. l lib rn'y ohlcct uas I'uiln tl-al the pioprr hat- hui was i l.ov u He quitj npjircLiat- t-'l llir MC i it wu'Jl'J tost more o VcNoii I !nii was money well Epent. Ilowur. whole matter will be fuJSi cd, and If lliere is any the cost without huriii-g ptjcy ol the departiaem, the effici- 11 uill Lc thai itr u.? i'lai'fm r.i THC Wolk al yn- niarj miH-oss Ulit Cua. U.c silr bad lo WouW iliusrti .unl luvcli Make Schcol Board Pay One way in f.hich tl.e LOEt to il'e ciiy direct rimy be devrensc-rl nould be by making the School Hoard pay more of Officer Lamb's as tru- ant officer. Al present Uc iccoives on- ly from the School Board, but puts In half his time on iJjaj worlr. The schools will be asked to ir.crease their stipend to 56-.SO. The ciiy has decided that, if an agreement, can be airbed at, U uill purchase cniehcd rock 5t 50 per yard, and asphalt at per ton from J. B. Turney lor paving intersections! of "the street raT corner of-Slith a at reft has often and this will be repaired first. The material lo be bought :s tfct> balance 'of Ihe Lloso Co.'c Eiock, Jefi here done to rmalr propertj Olr e 11.41 Uic iliouW -Cl, .oc liecti submitted lo some oulsitlc gici-er of LimRsnce. Hon. F. LVclirjiie sanl the Krpijmc' to minister TO OUR PATRONS Wed. Thurs. June 4ih 5th We shall take great pleasure In Offering "LORNA DOONE" IN FIVE IMMENSE REELS This IE assuredly the most Elab- orate Featur; ever Secured by- THE SPECIAL "STARLAND CONCERT ORCHESTRA" WILL ALSO BE IN ATTENDANCE ON THE "LORNA DOONE" DAYS. .sas Jut1 lo the fad thai pllt IM} to steel laid S '-11- owners liaJ i adt ance. Sonic ut IVe tl-ai thej Had giicn options Knoivin; thai it uas Uic wUo uas aiier tLc lie did think it to secure the vices of an outside engintcr. A .Summer Dav's Lie Mi (iraluiui ;isVrd i( ti-c minister dad ma i te .n, y nrrarigcmcnis for .ste.iinslnp j Mr LVrliratie sint hc.tind urg- uialur upon thp government, .Lul so far not much progress had, 11 -been This H.T; a tliRicuti bCr" tpr to uitli, Tfic gyvcrninenl I hurjlil liavp In ghe Tlm t and Thirteenth been complained of. Just Ijpln'ro siv o'clock Sir Vii'mdi remarkrd Ikn. Mr. Laurlcr IOEC- lo a of urivi-jlJrjliain. m rt'ij.uif lo an article Vih'ch ap- lion I.OKVCMM thru rv- pOAtcd in loday'j, issue of ihe Mont- jprcaU'd his tbai Ihc Iliitl- rea! Gazette as j'dcspaUh from "ay nihvji wtiuld tu be tasia- statemrnl af Sir: a success lilrid lo effect tint he liad dcltvcrrd I in alum (o the Liberal srnatnrs. nr tiauk Olucr a, uhen last fall. This great two reel feature is one ol the very best oier scon In this clly and from the opening scene 'n tho enthusiastic finish fcceus your alien tion and at tho highest ten slon and leaves >ou In a most (om- forting of satisfaction. PUT CARBOLIC ON EYE A Serious Mistake of Magrath Lady-All News of the Garden Giy Magrath, Alia, May meeting of the farmers lias been called ior tc- niglit, when a government representa- tive be presenl lo discuss the qui-tion of a farmers' elevator, cording to the plan of Uic now eleva- tor bill. It is a question lhat ncll advenited during the eiccHon, anil farmers should lake a In e iu- lercst in ihe same. List rilgbl a farewell sen ICQ was given in honor of James Parkinson The other plclures aro of tbe Km- who leaves during the coming week prees high standard, and altogether for a mission lo tbe northwr-stem the proGrarn is one of the best eten states. The following programme wfls of this celebrated house but! listened to by n large audience: Soio, undoubtedly the "fight" Is the thing. breathe the true old 'E atmos- phere, and are so full of Interest? subject now been filmed by Clarendon Company, and raagnl- fieeullr have they dono their work, w I U doubtlesa give pleasure to thousands of picture piny lovers, net only In. England, but all over the world. The that has beer enlnnt- wlth'tte acting of" beaiiliful fa a'n Mie one, and The attention of the patrons of Ihe KmpreBa If called lo Ihe new tton of electric fans. now the hot weather haa eel in, (all to give" great galislacllon antl add lo the many comforts to be on Joyed at this favorite house of the people, and which it is always the object of the management to provide Miss Irene Allen te bcrc Monday sure, so there is nn- other great treat for you. Mr. SloditoTd. jr.; recitation, Hy rum Rlrie. quartette, Ida Wcofl, Elva Hear, Nellie H. Taylor and Krma Kar ren; reading. lirnesL Bcnnlon; solo Kate ehort ntldrcps on mission ary work, n. L Jensen; quartette, Or son Bridge, John Steele, Mary Kletch cr ,ind Annie Glbb; remarks hy James Parkinson; solo. Erma Karren: re mnrlts by I-evi Marker. A collector was infceti and a tidy ItUle sum collected to assist Mr. Parkinson 01 his journey. On Victoria Day, as expected, Ma grath went over lo Raymond tn grea "ARE YE Then say "The Florentine" Ice Cream Parlor is the Pride of LeUibridge CHy. And the new management, is giving (he public excellent Quality Counts nnd have us for FRUITS, CANDIES, SODAS, ICH CKKAM, ANDREWS CARLILE, ulti- conlract tc coin plot nt.d the rip- lioad, toady elating thai ii did not kill Ihc! Mr. Cucbtanc that the con- tracts rail tor at the end naval tiiil would icsign the Icadcrshiii of Uic Literal 19H. but that conditicus had to ii not a shadow of jbe considered r.umbers. Bat mar.y of tLe contesting foutidatiou for tlie st.itemcnt p-Jb-j "'i v, ill fie rmishrrf hy 1315 any- athletes ut-able lo atteud. by the said Sir asked Mr. Oliver as a result Mag-rath was nol cmphalically, "1 not know "Most said Mr. t'och- sented )n as manj as antici- The young ladies iheir urolc obtained his iufnnnaliori, hut I do f Know.- Ih'ut there is nol a 01 Uic Hay railway were taken up late lonidil. Keplvinp, lo a qucsliun by Hrm. Frank Oliver, the minislcr of raUwavb said thai a ;ames made a clean sweep, ssbile the oung men up well in the entries thzl made- Major Frank Porejih, of the 2Hrd Albert i Rangers, is licosiing for tlie and desires to lake a good full squadron if possible to iho encampment at Canary in Juno. ot and men wouW he eniirc enuipment here and the J.cilt to l ort -Xelson on tnc bDV are out al r.ights drilling, ,cf to tiic Iiar- 'is 1o be Hoped thai many will bor ucvelopnin t worK linn. Mr. Oliver said tltc ncnt aihisrd in nua- ug Port Xelsoti the cost of treating rar.r HID ierinin.iK at l.r 1'as 'en decided en asVcd Mr. Oliver. of truth hi it." "Yes. on the south said the The estimatfs for ilic construction niinislcr. ask- v-ill of the chance to get naming, and put the GardL-7: City on ihe map as a Ine spot in the Thursday night Mrs Atkinson, cf the C.I'M, canal rider, was un- cnoiiRh to be thrown from Spy, Pnd her arm broken. It rirlci a serious break nnd caus- ed at firil, but she Is do- nicely al nrtsenL Mr. Atkinson, nib his wife, only arrived lately to rtSiUT.C INS dilllC5. A raUur peculiar accident happrncrj on four horses on a ilrilt to Hjriini Taylor, ran fid in tuTi-LiiK .i corner in some trokt. die hiiid Its of one of the horses. They flopped and Ihe ii hoiEc unhitched. Although nr.'i'ilc lo Iho borso remained The break was 'above (be knee, and il KCUIJ. Ism of a ralher dangerous mistake w'tcii cJirbolic acid 'ftas applied to one of liis in mislaUe lor an lo- tion. Ik haj lecn sulferiag fronj an affliction ot the cics, tuul was being Licatcci a tcrLiln medicine, niakiiifj the appliciUon, his vlf. in n hurry picked up the bctllc cT acid -Mr- Howes Jit once called fGT the doctor, who did nil stile to tbe effects of the acid, Li'd It Is Ihrngbt that no rcs.ills follow. necessary to shoot ca on Krliiay was t SUFFFAGETTES WERE CAUGHT ON LINKS SI. Andrews. Scolland, May Two militant suflragottea atlernptcrl early tod.i> to damage the golf UnfcF here and so interfere with the open of vlay for the amateur cbam pionshlp of the Tho intercepted near the ITtb crcen by HIP. who have been on duly In considef able force for a owing Ic Iho threats cf militant leaders. One of "the women escaped but (he ether mis Shc.vtaa liberate: after being searched nnd wns. handed over to Ihc po'ice. H.imliton conlroJIers, as {nditld liate declrttfl lo rso after a Toronto Weekly which they has libclleou do not tec SCKJD, The Dowsley-- Kalhern Land Co, Sherlock Building, Phone 544 HOUSES TO RENT' ;