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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 1013 THE LETHflRIDGE DAILY HERALD To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-dtnj "THE ENGLISH DERBY" In Three Hundred feet of Interesting Fitnv, the Beau- tlful JvUeterpkce in Two "THE LEADER OF HISlFWCK'' ;Bijou, prchestra..- Billyhs Double Animated Weekly Rendering .the [beat Jn Music A dIOT OP LAUGHTER IHE LATEST AND BEST MOTION Monday Afternoon from 1 to 5 Evening from 7 to 11 LAURIE" Gripping Dramas Rollicking Comedies TO OPEN COAL MINE AT COMREY (Spicial to The Herald) One-Four.- 'Ayp; loam thai Dr. Duncan has Eeeunjil a leapo ot LhB coal mino at Comi.'ey, and IB njak. Inp active preparations in uupplv this fall. Coal IE in tnla part oE but-so fnr facilities for mining It nave been-lacklns. We are pleased that the Cbmrey minr is tci as a ftooii qunlity nf IR to bo hail in the Milk Ilivor veins. Political Moderation in Kentucky We beHovn the rottenness of ihe pri- mary in Todd has be'dti greatly exag- gerated. are riot; oven- Jl'-MJDO." spent ftpd the consumed" would not exceed 300 gal- lons. WHAT SCHOOL? Tfini Is a serious question Jn many homes. Wine parents .realize the imjKirtafnca Of .sii- vlroniiiflnt nR wen as mental culture.-. Thousand! have fontid Just the school they required. il'is "riot' tU'fl It IB one .of Ihe'boal. The con- ditions are highly favorable happy and wholesnmo" study of a range of practical, artis- tlo and nqclallzlng aubjeots, Tbfrlx-thJrd. year. Send for and tftrms. ROBT. 1. WARNER, M. A., D. D. SL Thdrriai, Ont. TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A, S. VOGT, Mus. Dot., Musical Director Re-opens Tuesday September 2nd Faculty of tQO specialists. Conservatory reiJdenco .for young lady Year book mailed on'appJicijiijij Mrs. Lincoln Will open her studio at fi08 12th Street's., Monday, .September 8th Where she .will be pleased to receive.advanced pupils and beginners in Piano-foi'le and Harmony. The ttei modern molhoiis emptovert In'thp. develppmsnt of on offfcrive. rapid and dependable ptoo technlciue and the ability to execute rompoiUlona with accuracy, brilliancy and flrrn- nets of louch and with auiBllc Interprefntlon and expression." partltularB, Apply at'Studio.; Alberta Edmonton NORTH SIDE RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL. Including Typewriting, Civil Service and A full Conservilory Course. In Instrumental ind Vocal -Music. A general-Academic Course up to and Including Grail IX. pi the Public EiprosBlon-'arid T' Physical Culture, Domestlc'.Sclence and. Fine. of Raise reABOpftbte.' !.i' j .1. ]t- 2nfl.' For Illustrated calendar; RndMnrormatloni .tpplr'U) .1. H. Rlddell. B.A.. B.D. D D. President -hr Rev F S J Jal. resineo'c'6'on of lie Only ftuclents over IB admitted. TJie lildtnU. {n oleiR loucli with all Ihe Academic.'lite of the Unlver-. el Alborii. t'oolal lire Is juil requlr'ad for young." pnnooi.of.thal.aje. Courses in Grades X. and XI. with special, em- pbllU on Matrloillntlori.. Full Conservatory Courses in Vocal >nd In- Elocution, Physical Culture ind Art. A young iadv Hid Elocution at the college, and English nl the Uni- verBlly.' Ratu Opens Sept. 4th. For calendnr and Information apply'16 ReV- Gv' D, MlMiur, B.A., Registrar, or J. H. Hidden, B.A., B.D., D.D, Prlnei'ral' 1 For In Muiic Royal Academy of Music College'.of Music LONDON, THS I MUSIC EXAMINATIONS 1914 The Jn arfj Theory Will IK teM Ihraurh in Theory only will be held t In Ju. I5thi9ij ippUcAtlca lo nuflt by October lit. An BxfinHlJon vtlacnbgulliooofferfl 1 Ntiiic the o ruminations and AnrJ 2 ALIrer Metialv way he obuiaed ou H. WA1INO 777 Shalcr Mtnlrcal, Ctttadt.) andTtacKeri wUhUg tn Ihflr pupils for the a- 1111 IB should communfcale -with ilie f fcrtttty at OBCROM. Pure and lee GdM Drinlvs BLOCK.OUT-YQUR-TR1P Fall ,and Xmas Sailings To EUROPE Whlto Ljne MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL Ss. LAURENT1C ;8i. MEGANTIC From Canada V. One'c'lats Cjbfh SteKme'rs TEUTONIC, CANADA, ARABIC Also services from :Boalon, Neiv York, nnd Philadelphia to Queeuslown. Soucliainpton. "Dover. Cherbourg AnLwerp snd Mediterranean 'ports. Snlllns Hats, descriptive book. lets and TulJ Information on ap- plication [o railway or BlenmaMp nsent or to W. M. MeLEOO, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street, Winnipeg ipe JUST WHAT YOU WANT Low patet, Good service, to-rinte The Donald- ion line can r all thretf. Only of cabin and "thlrd- clair paaiengers can-ltd. To or fronri Europe. Don't book be- fore -aiklng our riles. Any Sto'JrithTp or Railway Agent can Ull you. H, E, LIDMAtf, Phone BRANDON. TRADES AND L'ABOR COUNCIL PLACES ITSEUF ON RECORD Brandon, Man., Aug. the Brtmdon and Council haa strong vlou.s on the of militarism in Canada may be gathered by tbe foUowing resolution ly "l.fht, nnfl wh'icJi will ho brought before thn forthcorninE- Trades Congress at Montreal: "In view of the recent evonls on Vancouver Island, the" militia uBfMl to coerce tbe irorters Into aubmtUJnK to tbe impos- ed upon, .them by mine, owners, this council resolves that H la entirely oppORod U> mUltarlfmi, and It TRijueBte the Trades Congress at lls convention fn to place itself on record as being opposed !o unldn men Joining (ho tnflttJa, and (hut U tbe Action of ceHnin inlernatjcrial nn- ioofl .that, rorblrts membership to be mqniborB of tKe The aharo reeolution was agreed to following a Btroni? speech, R- Trotter; 'thn woU-fcncTrn of Vancouver. h.'C.. who Uioy Veie sametlmeB aeXcd they "ft-ouTd Rot the army onco "tho workers got wise. His reply was that they Ti-ould ivftnt nd army when (he era "became wise. It time for Wiom in Canftdft to pui'the death blow on the J30.000.6oo proposition. Inter- naiionfll peare n-ouJtl only. come through the education of the work- era. Mr. Trotter'directed a great'imni' bor erf remarks to the oucBtion of Immigration to ;thls country. Thtft, he Bald, -would be the mus. lion be dlecuBsed n't'the" .TEN CENTS SINGLE The Empress FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAGNIFICENT THREE REEL FEATURE Matinees 2 to 5-1B "Saved From The Stake" A STUPENDOUS SENSATIONAL MASTERPIECE OTHER GOOD ONE9 MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT "District Attorney's Conscience This is a truly wonderful Evening 7to 11-15 XCHSE MASSEUSE MANICURIST "Cannaught Beauty Under the persorml direction of Mrs. A. H. Allen, late of Vancouver, B.C. Phono CONNAUGHT Suite 1613 MANSIONS Eight VOTERS For City CommlAiienera! Hear Dr. Spencer on "Build- ing a City" next Sunday night at the HIJOH Theatre. BB-EARLY "If (ho immigration laws at prcsont" tin.' the statute books were observed, there not to', complain- "said Mr. Vrptter, [rtuving (ho iast .iwb-ycfira aincn, (be. present gov- ornment tiaye been In office, tlicy had been practically a dead letter." HAT WILL CELMTE Medicine Hat, Aiig. Rurke seiilfncod to hint .mbnths for carving up" J. Uance with a knife, nnd was sent up for two months for vagrancy. The men were Pals, who fell out white drunk. Tlie local Trades ami Labor Coun- cil narr preparation !or..tlie celchraiion on Day. -A big Fmg'rhiiJ of sports will follow a pararfc which- pronnses to surpass held. Union arid athletes from out- sirio arc eipectecl to take part. Living Testimonial" "No raan can serve obierved thp good paraon, 'who vlsUJng Iho- ponitervtary. "I Know repiied convict 1313. "I'm fn lierc for bigamy." Do you like, Scotck? THE N E A L: _ Treatment for iht Tviquor Habit ts suc- cessful. U> rhcprfuUy rVdmd your money if you ,ICR not satlaflcrT -loov- liiff the.Inatltule. The Xeaf Treatment la simple nnd (o wke. A vegetable' compound.: taken N'o hypodermic No after, cfre c (s. Th e 1 Trtt.t ment for tho _ Drug1 Habit Is an effective as Near xrlatment for I.tquor but tnkes Write for "A Liitle .Tourney IA'" Thit' Xenl Inatltutca." Elhert Hubbard NEAL INSTITUTE Phono W. 4S26 830 Ulh Wtit, Alberta. A Beneficiary "Does your line ot business dspend on tho larlfft" "Very largely. I am a campaign, oralOT." i Saturday Specials in FRUIT AH highest grade Fruit Just in GrajTii-s, per pound Per basket........................ Per cj'ak1. Tomatoes, per po.imd............. Per bflskct Per crate AVaterniclon, per pound............., CM Plums, per gQc Pears, per dozen gg- Bananas, per, Cuciimbci's, extra large each.........15g Peaches, per dozen 95r COG BlacIvbciTics, 2 bhskols............... 35Q Fine assortmonl of fresh Cout'cciioncry, 4-' International Gaje Good Servipe and Appetizing Menu1 ALL WHITE HELP ;