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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta :dnesday, May TTIK LETIIUKIDGK DAILY HERALD Page 3 Don't button your coat! Put change in your outside pocket for WRjgjLEYSi SPEAKMINT Always have change handy for the hand} confection. Every package is a guardian of your your digestion. Benefit continuously and enjoy this refreshing pastime as well. Look for the spear Avoid imitations BUY IT BY THE .BOX It costs any and stays fresh until used. Made in Canada Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Lid. 7 Scott Strecl jpnlario Monarch Theatre TONIGHT "A ROMANCE OF THE'UTAH PIONEERS" An Undoubted Feature in Two 10 cents 15 cents Tomorrow "LEAK. THE FOR- 8AKBX" it Monarch Theatre TOMORROW 1 "LEAH THE FORSAKEN1' A Three Reel! Masterpiece AH Should See 10 15 cents .Senator DantJinand inj yoimr jCanadlan arllsls b> giving scholarships for European study. 'New to Gtt Rid of Thoe Iffily Spots .the allghteit need of leellnt yo-jr freckleE, Kf a .rcncrlptlos, double been discovered that is ,to remove tbeie homely ounce of riouilft from J. HlglnboOi- Hm Jt Co.. and apply a littto or it al nlffhi and morning and nhould i sec that ihe worst frecVlss liave' begun lo disappear, whIEe.tfae ones hitve vanished seldom that more than ,8n ounce in nWded to completely clwr ?Vin giln a beautiful clear "Bt Air large dis- crimination in favor of Manitoba ship- .showed a difierence of Nc in favor of Winuipcg as compared "with Kilmonioa for traffic handled the Canadian Northern lo Athabasca landing showed a dis- criminalloti of cents it> favor of stTnnipcg EUmon- ton staled that tiiese t points wero the places to which their heaviest shipments be made _thls ytar. The dlffcicnce on a car- pers shippers in Alberta and load amounted to Chairman Dray katcheuan exists in the rates of the Canadian 1'acilic. Canadian Xorthern and Grand Trunk Pacific was roprf- senleil the Hoard of Hallway Com- met in Edmonton todaj. 11. L. K.C, chairman. presided. The Edinonton board of trade represented by Jl. T. Fishes, made application ur.iler fectlons 314 and a39 of llic Itailuayj the question of seeing that shippers Act for an order directing Ihe three co.ild ship out of Edmonton or other western cities any class of freight in any direction as cheaply as out ol ton said tliat the previous order 01 the board in regard to false mileage operating against shippers cf Manitoba bad been complied anrl Ihe general question of discrimination1 liaio to be dealt iUth at the freight rales fcoqulry on June IS. A much larger question nas rais- il. and tbo comniUsEon take up railway companies to Immediately Is- sue and put into effect new freight latins on classes one to (en inclus- ive on goods shipped from I'orl Avtii ur and Fort'William, Ont, to Kflmon- (on. The inatler WHS before the com- miJEionerd in 1510, and set down again in order to allow the 1-Jdnionton rt of Irade to submit new evidence Winnipeg, STAVELY'S OLD. TIMERS' CELE- BRATION Siavcly, May 27. A meeting of those interested jn the above The board of trade contended that ATI hcld WcJnerday. It was isnanimc-js- order of the be issued (o'hold a celebration on December 10, 1010. Jn the Kegina case. the to issue new tariffs removing discrim- inations complained of by April J. Ill] bad been signalled by the companies. "We snid Secretary Ki slier. "that tlie railways hate (rented the mailer as a Johe, and not. made any reasonable attempt to comply with tho order." New Idcnce Evibmltlod by the bonrd of regard lo a com- parison of combination of lalp.-i from Fort William to poValn bejonil Edmon- ton. Traffic handlen over inu G. T, P. lo Tele Juane through, thouch hand- led under (be same conditions find presumably by the same enalr s an 'I an timers' reunion, 011 Friday, Juno 201 Ii. Ttie celebration lake the form of a grand sala day on {be Morris Theatre PICTURES CHANGE OAILV TONIGHT "THE SYMPHONY" A Strong Rex Draira THE DARING OF THE MOUNTED POLICE And Two Good Comedies. lite and 15c Delicious, Wholesome and Digestible The ICE CREAM we make is rich, smooth and wholesome. Pure country cream and natural fruit flavoring. This is why our ICE CREAM is so popular. THE FLORENTINE Summer Membership AT THE wn DOI.l Y M C fi 11IM i Unit'Oil SHOWER BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER GYMNASIUM READING ROOM BILLIARD ROOM OUTDOOR SPORTS FOUR TENNIS COURTS Tennis Court fee extra. Summer Xow I TO-MORROW IMISS DALLAS ROMANS "That Texas Girl" "SAIL ON SILVERY MOON" The Very Latest WOMAN'S HONOR" Startling Dra-na GAUMONT Inc'jding pictures of Rube Mar-qua COMPANY. OTHER TOP NOTCH ATTRACTIONS House of Features BIJOU THEATRE House of Features Coming Friday and Saturday Tlio I'ioliivo Yon liavo Born For. "THE EXPOSURE OF THE LAND SWINDLERS" In Three Keels Dt-it'i-tivc J. ISimis, the World's Fnmous Peleotivo and ilic IVemiev Million I'R-lurc Ac Alice 'Joyce, J'Viilnrcil-iii lliis J'rutliiL-iioii. _ T11K1LLINC! KKALiSTIC SPELLBINDING. livening Prices: Adults, 2.H1. Children: lOc, Mntiiiro. Saturday lOc loo. The EMPRESS THEATRE GREAT PROGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "BOY'S LIFE IN THE DUKE OF YORK'S SCHOOLS" Training British Blue Jacket "THE SALOON NEXT DOOR" "THE FIELD OF HONOR" A Strong Drama A Grand AND "BLACK A Splendid Picture of Indian Life. On Monday Next, June 2nd, MISS IRENE ALLEN will bt here. fair grounds, anrt Mil include horse athletic spoils, football and baseball matches, acd Mil conclude filth a grand old timers' ball In the evening. Also prominent speakers will take part. Siavcly'a brass band will tafce a prominent partin the daj's proceedings. Tlie followl-g' commit- tcrs appointed: President, 0. C. Aniestad: sec-trcas., W. II, llr.ind; finance, K. Itrar.d and horse races, T, H. Clancy and Kd Mo Hac: J. Hughes, Jl Collier and T) Simpson; dance, J. H. Hrar.d anil 0. M. Uropliy; field O Arncslad. The Sunny Side of Broadway Mav Bloom in 'The Sunny Side of Broadway." at the- Majestic Friday acd S.uurdaj, May 30 and 31. The best recommendation that any show can have is thai it (o capacity. 'The Sunny Side of nith Max Bloom ,is star has the record of playing (o more capacity .audiences in tabloid than any other tabloid musical comedy. Max Bloom, Ihe star ot this pot-pourri of jiionEonsc, has played bis role for years, playing cxery of importance with a few exceptions from coast to coast. A that can Eland the ot that many seasons certainly must, possess merit the ordinary. "The Sunny Sida of is said, contains more big hearty laughs than any other musical com- edy of the past II haz of: been called by cntics the Side of Broadway, which after all U just as appropriate as its title. Sea (novs on sale at Mason piano score, 1'riccs. -25, 35 and 50c. Today at Starlanrf Follow ing up her big success of the past two dass, .MJss LJallas Romans, nill agaiii appear at Ktarlar.d toiliij, singing the big- gest song succor of recent "Sail on, Silvery -Moon." Miss Jloni-] .ins doubtless meet another jrreat reception loday, for she ia as-1 iurcdly a enlertainins artiste. Thf_ picturos on today's new pro- gram b? all that coiild be desir- ed, and inchiile a jiOTvcrful drauin entitled "A Woman's Honor." Two Kostonu coii'.cilicSj those of fnn, uill'alEO be shown, and the balance of (he bill win be made iip of a number of excellent comedies. The Prince of Tonight The ''Prince coming to the Majestic June is im- aginative, mclotlSons, regall> arrayed and isi point1 of color, light movement and melody beyond lisnagin.i- lien. Us thangps of costume and nre In thtir fro- riuency, anil the final jnciirre. nn al- fresco banquet of flour-rs ar.'l as lirilliant a moment or as one could desire. It is here that llio prettiest in the Spfendld Historical Feature at Mon- arch Tonight The management of the Monarch lonlght are presenting a feature in two ( M'I easily he rccog- as the FCOOP of tlie season alor.K the line of motion photogrnphy. "A Hornance oE the lllah by 101 Hison Co, !s a great pro- ductlcn tn every respect ami one bound to impress on the mind of the onlookers a great and lasting for both of Cannrta And the United Stales. Throe other reels of fitcmros will bo shov.n, making hill of great excellence. As usual the comedy' end will he wtli nminf.ilced. SaluTiJay next arollier ice cream cfno matinoe ivill be irj order. Don't for- get, kiddie? t Ottawa hcara that all the Liberal nators, iJomvillo and Kills, arc slroDply against Oie till, and that Sir George speech Mill R Miter, and that he ulll defy tlordon (o go to IUE country, MAJESTIC THEATRE FRIDAY SATURDAY, MAY 30-31 Allardt-Mooser-WoqMolk Circuit Presents Tabloid Musical Comedy De Luxe COMING Wed. Thurs. June 4th 5th Tht Romance of Ofd England "LORNA DOONE" Filmed in Five Incorrlparable Reels of Peerless Photography, The Special Str.rland Concert Orchestra Will be m Attendance A FEATURE WORTH, THE EVENT OF THE YEAR, Book and Lyric by Boyle Woo If Long Lingering Laugh 3 SHOWS r 8 p.m. 9.30 p. m.; MATINEE DAILY PRICES: 23c, 35c, and 50c. Seals now on sale at Mason Risch Piano Store pby volupluoos, tmdulat- Itij; affair called "You're a Dear Old1 World After in >hich (here is all the melodious swing anil sway the- Viennese Importations fthltb it Seats on sale at Mnsnn Iliscb piano store. Prices; 25, 50, 5. 51.00 aod 50, I 1 Lorna Daone" Coming to Starlanrf: What prove to be the greatest event in the history of motion pic- tures jn ibis city will be l'ie forth-! exhibition ,at Stnrlanrl on and Thursday. June 4 and of Door.e." Filmed In fhe1 reel? of peerless niotiography, acted, singed anrl proilnceil o" the actual spots in old thp ?tory in Blackmor'e's fam- ous bock !s laid. "Lorna Dcone" will enchant nnd delight all who of (his niifortunHy lo wit- ness it The special starlanrl concert or- chcEtra uill be in attendance-, render- ing a rnusicftl program specially set to (hr pkhircff. Splendid Pictures at (he Empress for tbo dclectalion of our patrons there "ill bo shown on Wednesday and Thursday onlj a splendid picture, Hoys Uie In the Dulfo of York's School, Training tho British liluc Jacket.'' This sitbjoc.t In view of the ie6' prominent i-oslt'.on of.CanaJ- at jTcrent, be of great Interest to Iho public. In "The Saloon Door' and "The Black llcatt" will be lisa l-kturcs ol v-oy-erful interest and jgrtal beauty that are to please and delight the frcijiieutera of tiie comfortable and cool hquse ol jiloas- urc, The comedy section of tery picgrnm 13 rntillcd Tiie I Field ol .inil is cnc of ouff usual pcreamsrs ivill be enjoyed by all the smilcrs. Miss Irene Allen, who has ins; great guns in Portland, Oregon, will appear At this theatre on Mon- day and nill ba a great attrac- tion and delight to our audiences. Branlford carpenters want'increas ed pay and shorter hours. j THERE IS QUITE A DIFFERENCE between stock -speculator and Ihe real estate investor. Tho stock 'bdyer is riclt tcd.ty and dead bro'ifc tomoirow. The real ealalc hn.i Eomc- thing that cannot get away: something tliat increases In taluo ail the" time. have something valuable In inside, proporly whirh is below (do maifect -m.l we cnn acll fame on Irriiip. YOJ will ho' sorrj' It jou Jo not soon, Tb Dowsley Mulfiern Land Co, Sdcrlosk Building, Phone HOUSES TO RENT ;