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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MeMay, Augwt THE LETIIBittDfiE DAILY HER ALP Trip lo Dry Farming Congress Has Not Been Abandoned Yet-'Big Vegetable Crop CardEton. Ita., Aug. are delighted' with the ah- rounccnont lhat the Calgary train ever tha Aldersyde Hue Is to bo seut through io Cardston..! U Is wllii'ff easy recollection of-lhe most recent citizens of Cardston that the old A. H fc r. the side seat" i> for .tow running on. this" line. -TJiH ther-Improvement of service may 'taken'as a'a Indication that buslr Indications point to a good eiblbl- lion of ths Cardeion-Arrliulwral so- ciety this year. Tbe department ol ;arden products will be exceptionally wee! filled. Big Vegetable Crop Notwithstanding the unfavorable, re- ports concerning tbe condition of the grain crops In many districts of this province, Cardston is happy in the as- surance of a very lair crop of all gfalub sown. It Is true tbat in tome places the winter -wheat.ids suffered some not laclt molfture. Grain has groa n remark ably well, and all "spring sowing wll yield well. wll ire'excellent the Cirdslon branch1 warrants tho than gel.; The boteli of .the Temple elly the better pas'senger'service .from Letbbridge visitors' will spend at the terminus of ..'the" line', Conitant work on tbe.road- ,bcd is Baking It' first 'class and bet ter time can. now'be .'made'between .tlie no'rtbe'm city amTCardeton. Cardston chOTisters'are to .aen'ted at' the Slasraih Miislcal Festi- val" by a" This Is some- .fhlrig that Cardilon shone brlght- in 'on'former "occailons, and Con- ductor'Nekton, in .certain that his cborustthis; yMr.Vlli' bring the .cup -back' Cardifon. and'the" diE trlct will bo able to put-up a'good show at j tho'fain'this fall. -Forag drop's are always', goqd at.Cardston Abundant niolBlrue this year has raad the growth of grass luxuriant. (TIA othy Is being wlll.begi shortly, in order to .'ship'for tho'bea No' district in wlter exemplifies of ln: ensified and 'diversified, farming: "Mix" Is a word well; understood in 'to-ilts" rightful res'tliwr' place, fon. a-good, prospect that the -Cardston Cboril society.' will; taVeMhe trip to uVe part" In the Drj m H..-E r. I-.. ri li- ran-' lr. i" meets there Charges Soap. Box Illiterate With Denouncing God and Matrimony Kditor Lethbridse Herald It it rather surprising to find, that the no Lorious speaker on the street corner who has been-filling the air with "a gusl-cl random "and'sweeping asser tions, continues unmolested to pull it pieces the laws ol the land. Surely i should not be-allowed, aud the town council "should it stopped. It. I not necessary to repeat any ot hi statements as they are not worth th space in the Herald. Uut the 'write lias" that" he is aa upholde ol the prostitute, as he declares'tha such'ii necessary in the ordinary re giniei'oljsqclcti'. On t stood in "the street aod .opeoly con ilemned the Christian churches an declared that they, were a' great im Farmers ate as possible going out of excluilTe? grain -islng. and jetting horses aricVcatlle. One farmer'.said lo'-the Herald re- cently: "I -tound'l couldn't farm and pay my debts" so I gave up, a large of my wheat laid .to grasses; and am cutting It for .winter feed for hors- ei and cattle, .-t first got a few head of" I have some cattle. What little money I .owed'-wh'eV I started Is ar6 making our payments on'our laud, a'nd are not working as hard as.we did_ be fore vti begin to mil." "While 'Cardston still holds pediment to the prbgtess of- society At the, same time this learned at talented speaker micked the idca'o: God and declared he would not sioo so low as to think ol such was-worshipped, in'.the- Blg Features ot Starland Today Xevcr before In the of Star- md i'as il been able to offer its pat- oas" such" a stupendous feature pre- ucUon as "Heart the big war'spcclal which is being shown as ho" headlia'er' of a'cpmplcte change o! irogram" today- A Ehcrt of bis extraordinary attraction Is as fol- ows: Mary Dates, a Vermont sirl, reb'.h against he'r mother's choice of an 'Idcrly, .rich man, and marries her lahdsome southern er, and goes to ivo-wlth his folks. During the uar a terrible battle .takes place, just as iia'ry is about to become a mother at Iho head of. the Union Jorcei', takes possession of his and 'the husband, with ifa'soldlers, fighting with furious dps Deration, retakes the place. The bus baud-is mortally''-wounded, however a'nd eiplres as no kisses the new-born babe." After the'war Mary goes back to Vermont but" her stern old mothe refuses' to forgive her. Mary Is forcei to work hard Jpr her maintenance ah t'nat'of bef chlid, iad finally collapse's and Is.'on1 tie verge of death.- Th jmesls its grand mo ODAY A two-reel feature of TO-DAY The Great Civil War THROBS A great human interest story not easily forgotten Comedy Passions He Had It's a Keystone A Western Special Frontier Wife One of the big ones faith.'' On.Satuiday the ol matrimony., Tbis, too; he implied, was a sliamCj and Ehould be done away with. inother, and th'e'old" a men goes to he he oiwnly forgiveness, whlc to uphold the Darwiuian theory, yet if his doc- trine; if jt should be honored by' such a name, .were -in Bijou tonight worthy'of "a bumper house. The wor will be 2 Bijou Theatre anlly. It Is full cf 'mines and liu-j or, and exposes in the. most convinc- ug how mUery Is caused through 19 misuse of the power conferred by ches, and caa confidently be recom-; to the serious of 'in a nord, it Is one of. lose ?-nt' powerful productlous hat should be seen by all. 'A Young Squaw's Bravery" is a cautiful tale'of Indian life, produc- d with the best'scenic effects by the elebrated Bison Co., and In ''Cow- boy Sports and Pastimes" will be j hown ho'w- tHe cowboy him TEN CENTS SINGLE The Empress Great Three Reel Production COM. FORT FOR THREE "The Bread of the People" Without question one of the .Greatest 1'roducMons in the Sieving Picture World.. Of Inteuso humaa interest, and emphati- -'call} a picture to see. -OTHER GOOD ONES WEDNESDAY AttO THURSDAY LIONS-' FOR THREE TEN CENTS SINGLE self at play. Both theeo pictures 1 are remarkable for tbe clearness "of he; photography, and'vvill appeal-to everyone. The comedy of "Giriies" is a very clever and'amusing settles of the ad- ventures-of- three girls a'nd'a man, and -Is rmite the very best kind from, start to finish.- Coming.oa.Wednesday and Thurs- a ma'rvellous animal picture In o[ Lions." Q. MORRIS THEATRE SHORT AND EDWARDS A Bis iluslcal CJo'medy ,'Act ASHWELL AND HARVA Singing. Talking and featuring UM "Tango" In'waltz time'.with wooden Ehoes PICTURES 'LIEUTENANT.-ROSE IN CHINA SEAS A big Two neeliEtiropean chdwlng the Xavy "shelling a large city_ Reallillc "TRAPPED BY. FIRE" -Another-Sensation. i'rlces-Adults 25c. Chi.llrenJOc. G a pi as' 'usual, world would go back to the" comedies a powerful Edison dra good, 'rollicking; we ing the ancient Totem period. to ie termed one of. the. largest stock ebmedytis'always'appreciatcd by any Surely the laws of the raising districts in western" Canada, it not to be "openly" dealt w ith'' in such Heiress.': the-Selig Co. large claim to being a are'lald.on.Stllg'a'own Diam rauSi' and arc '-'full of that WINNIFRED FARMER HAD THR1L LING ELEVATOR 'Man He Might title would indi- eedlngly strong Co. and a story, .fries a. The Bow Island Amateur' Dri'malic society "will not DC uotie bounu.lo complete a satls- I muBlc sent "DqC the Miner's oce of the most 'iouching-'dramas over Staged, at the on August- under; the ---v-iT, t Prpmisfe? to' be Standing Fields Monarch Theatre 'Aita.pA'ug: 4 TONIGHT THI" MASSACIIL OF THE IOUK1H CAVALRY" i. War Kir i'l ".irhich "l> being -'held o'n 4ay evpiiig and, which w.ill one the'1 features' of. ii be eding'down a hill, some when .the.brake I t and In ter three H. Mr. and'1 Mrs.'I! team- hlest'.wlthva bpu. ,bau. jr. 'tinil to-be Md iu-the tow i cat: in excellent ll iai} (by. local U fi. p.r- j 'j j I f ielleve at the'Majestic tfl HMalt.'h'a'srsrti.jnVi'taUois I II Oenersl I I .'r I'c.i Hon. H. AI- Itir- .pi mf he had .-'seen in'JM province this s Jliiig'his tor (he uiinmet; He, was i: Cloteto City! t T'p! 9, Rgc. At' Majeitlc siturday, August' 9. :Tjie; pfturiaCe .In day, August day, August' i --.o- iiili'y S._Clifford Jnjt'go title role, sup would b6 ;satlstactory .for V., n r.1ntrnw- aa I U'ftrlf tuS >1 AN HONOR I td here fliii. morning that ho' had' iendrred the' Arclrieaconshi'p ColwnWi-to 'cotei'ttcto; .of 'Siints Anglican ini'.tmti dean.1 11 _ _ Aug.; Yuan Sh'l Kal's forces. are marchinS'igalnsi re- v' belllous greatlr olirmed il ifad'o Tfap-'Contiii Qencril .it Can'toj; ei i I-1'- S. h. i H 15 is'ive'll'-li., S, aiii Aerie This Is a moat desirable of Irrigated "land situated- 5 miles Jrom ;ar-. -for a i have started iiarauls wh'e'af .-ipcnlng.very last. l Ti e'fondallori' ele- laid Just -I of the Mcd'lcine Hat -Milling Co'.'s 1 Mori: The 'capacity, of the build- lag .will cording to the "plans received from the Co.'': -The lo- 1 board .oiiJerlence'd some difficult) getYlng a-'qiiaWyiof 'gravel; thai concrete jiorted 'by a clever company; each work for the meralier" o- Ecas.qn'ha nd a -rc.v been naiisen i alike do cfedlf'io prixlu.cllo and HOTEL GUESTS ON -WHILE WAI'TERS f'' for him.': as very'; The; New tho Prcsbytcvian iiding their handker- fce-cream saclal on osa application was Ter of tho hcr's Illness she1 pt the poaltiori; storm In many years at ..Rlrers ran.ln'Surfa'renue. ler rising over the curb and as'.a' fomo of the I" bellei-id to their CANADIAN PACIFIC hotels along Automobile i appiicallpn will i "bill, the 'tho'. circumstances bf n' I'-.iiK K'vJlri.' i: she.can procu.u a 1 If-1'' n moiher of bniy, and 0. Cku'fch arrived sonie days.ago from Ihe Slit for a VjiU.wlt'h therr ton and ,Cpon ffom the steps.of.the tbe'l'traln .''suddenly' started, ,'a[ fi were tin. uesls" sat f them, 111.'forty "per- r jut' bu'f. from Bhecpshead Bay, had. not'returned M a late hour iMt of. the heavy seV-rtmnSos felt Ihottght that- "lit in 'IhK vlr.lnliy, andit Par Away Hock- .here. i.; In- storm did ;