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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta E "DAILY HEHALD HPU i- Bijou 1 heatre ASHtCJAL. SERIES of animated utctures at the Bijou Wednesday night for the benefit of Delegates attenitlnj the Irrigation Congress. The inajiaserr.ent of the Bijou take vWy pleasure In announcing-that aiTangemenU with Ebne'utUe the Irrigation Congress, to show special wn-lw of educational animated pictures. "Pioneer Daja la .the for the benefit ol This feature is particularly In much ac a number of tbe scenes -were taken to gMthen Aleerla. A leetme by Wr. U. 0. Armstrong, former Indus- trial ageot ef tin Canedian-raciae'Railway, and an old timer ol Canadian Nerth-West. will add greatly to tho value ot same." tbe iateotlou of the Congress to adjourn at the Slajesiic Tkeatre 8.15 all debates going: from tnero Taeeue, where above mwtloned subject will be ahown. .j Tbe nenageaMBt ni the Bijou It particularly understood tiit their retxlar patrons, and public generally, are perfectly view this feature In addition to the regular program.r- Feeu- reeta. tacUMlnf a. sWklnE two reel dramatic subject "Hearts the nnt will be sfiown. "Pioneer Days In tee rittaJy inaeft, and bslnj preienled oeljr once'diirinjr A Grot Picture at the Emprei at this house is one''of great all round excellence, snd this amply proved by the fre- quent bursts of applause and loud laughter-of the very larie audiences OH fctlftt at.StarUnd toe nioet Jntelllient tug In tie world will tt >een''tomorrow at Sfarland the big novelty feature photoverama, ecUIIixl 'Faith- fill Sheii." A description of this ly the addition of Miss' Ida. My, awl will take the Reid and will re- itaMish order. 'I know that every eneral, officer and Eoldier will fulfill his duty." An army ot veterans and some thou- sands of recruits is being mobilized at the town of Maracay, 50 miles south- weet of the capital. These forces are expected to attack Coro, in the slate ot Falcon and drive out Ciprlano Cis- tro. They will proceed there In two divisions, by-laud and sea. Another army is being assembled at Barqi i, capital of the state of Lara, miles southwest ot Caracas. This force will endeavor to cut oft Castro's escape into the interior. Although business here has.come to a standstill ;and stock values have gone down, the people express nee' that the government will be :e to suppress the- rebellion. TEN CENTS SINGLE i -lee-1 lot ah. -i it a i-! Vil'-a'r truant se.ti V-t; 4 'rr-- Ki: re- -W. Pink Lady" ahd at tbe'Follies Bewe In .New: Weeton. Sistertf wjir'be standing, nt Billy will eat selection of se.tiird. i r 11 '1- wbaid Armed In- neither a for on Is becom Thli h the took today. tiat today he annoiincemeot.o Sril' polioy otthe Unit r fa'tild be came from tVe Whlte.HwstiKrli w; tie would -''an not U> with a capital aa'. BHly rtievfd: But'if It IE Dbrpossible'.fo expert advice, there Eiiree in-wiilch-the farne y''tbe exercise of. ordinary commo inse, 'can .vaally. imp'rove the coi posiUoa.'tp'roduction COOL The Empress Great Three Reel .Production COM. FORT 251 FOR THREE "the Bread of the People" Without question one of the Gncteat Productioas In the Mo Picture World. Ot humin interest; and emphatl- calif a picture to OTHER GOOD ONES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "TBE dp FOR THREE TEN CENTS SINGLE the wood is particularly auapt- d. Maple produces readily, end al- hough not a rapid grower it produces evertheless. substantial revenue when It becomes large enough to tap. >oft woods, like spruce, balum and pine, 'grow much more rapidly ttan lardwoodg, and raigiit be oualy grown for fuel or pulpwood. the most reliable spedee have been selected and -weed trees the woodlot must then be binned until the crowns ot the'best- 'ormed remeinlng trees are aeea to barely touch. An only pro- duce a jlven amount" of wood "each year, and the fewer ireee there an .ol share this yearly Increment, am yet'fully utillie the crown i pace, the more rapid will be Ihe'growth ot these The thliil requisite ii the sciea line fanning ot the woodlot'is.tbJU the cattle la kept out, especially atter heavy cutting, when .rejroductlpn most-desired.' Cattle are just aB'in Juripus to a young crop of Iree.ieed llngt as they are to a young crop ot grain.' They eat- th :rass in the but they. Monarch Theatre TRAPPED A Rjmch Wtaicrn Play. PCX.IDOR AS A. DANCtNQ MASTER Oowtdy'i THE: CAUSE DisMrisi 'An COMINa-FRIOAY "INWAN BLOCD" BRITISH 10UNO Ottawa, Angutt bers ot. ths British farty were so greaily (BuitiljatB1 at net seeinj; Sir parlfamentarT veiled to'allow him'at his home aad pay'thefe ras-'' pecu. T whose prrsrr.' The .flrit rbve the.cLs-.a; ie, u' i BLK- s 111 su be dope b. i ,'v.g 1.1.- a-.. P.. "i. s-v ,v IB t l fr. iV.-'.iV a'ethod ot :r ['he'beet trpee t-.i j ai 'j a-! i are'latt rio': aeeu-iu uie aad to 'gradually crowd out tie better Before. cuttliig tke. farmer sboiiitl oonxider first' the nee to which to'be p'ut, and second the specleicoBippsIfIon of .tbe'woodlot wblca prebably a small.Mreafe arid for tnij .purpoid rapid growjrV such 'as ash'and elm''should''Jtte encbjuraged, which snbuld make of'from one-half "to 'qnre-.'cord Just as' 'soon, 'it. not "Booner, '1 young and'lender1 shoots snd the saine can be in hr. f :nat "there itiU i i.v ,t_: the' besl'relurnB-for will' Se 'in increastnK. de- mand because of Its rapid: E "IV part w'-t: lai.i'. i Dale'very'easily .n :ahtklpatioft 4Bie ol i .Omaia, KebV "An atterflii to. Chiefs oL Defect Slaloney was some unVrion-n per'scn" two.biil 'is i at hiih as ,hV" sat. his pffiM the police stalipn...The 'shots were at On hearing this .Uu'matnbera' of [trie'' unanimeiu'in o .vlsirat his himw the man'who, theV aid, was "Bidie 'prlifeeper of' British -j ti Sir. iarler. that the "membera of the. party.; waa'retting 14 biit dfejskd 'aud' went doirnjq.tlie Rawing roo'm'vh'erej-''- at four reoriTed tbc littlTH: In an' (0 miles 'from (TprlBM j ai My'1 Overland sale, ibiraglit'.Mair, I Mashers.'1 by'the Vitatraph Co.- )V'hat ri her.home in .left! for 'v'Mrs.-H.