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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. June 10.1913 TITE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tage 3 Bijou Theatre IOC ALL FEATURE PROGRAM TODAY 1 Qc "The Lost Blockhouse" A great Kilem production in Two Reels. A story of the Plan- of the Soulhvstit. Pathe Weekly An exclusive BIJou Film, every one should "Put Yourself in Their Place" and Pa wanted them to marry. Thereby hangi a tale. "Fireman's Drill" 10c The boyi can buttle. lOc RED ALL 1 EXCEPT101 Suhway Was Overwhelmingly Carried Defeated Bylaws Involved Money Already Spenl Monarch Theatre TONIQHT "SUent Jim" A RN.W.M.P. Stoiy In Two 3 OTHER FEATURES Q ALL NEW V SraCIAL TOMORROW "SOLD IS NOT ALL" fn Two 10 etnti 15 cents VOUNG MAN AT FOUNDRY TURN- ED AIR PUMP ON HES PAL Wimriptg. June Arthur Dale died this afternoon, the of a practical joke played last Thureday, 'A. Coot, nineteen >ears of age, who played 1hc trick has made a sl incut lo the fioUce In regard lo tbe af- fair and teen allowed to return to his hocoD until after the result of the inquest is Jcnown. Tiic ppllce to slalo whether or not a charge is liable to be placed against Cook. j young men were apprentices In the P. R, yards Cook dusting off his coat with a -high pressure air pip e, which is used .to blow from the .Dale was leaning one ol the beeches at work, -when Cook thought it irould he a good joke to turn the blotter on him, which end Mixed Farming and Projects for Handling Produce is Proper Caper The mixed farming Idea is taking deep root in Saskatchewan, as well as Alberta, and the leading agrlcui tural paper of thai province, the Farmer, as BE rcanj dailies oT Heglns, and SasVatoon been urging upon the goiernraent to look into the projects launched by the recent Mixed Farming" contention ai Letbbridge. This is a most hopeful sign, and supports tbe sound'reason ing of the farmers who participate! in that meeting, while at the same tlmo bringing Lelbbridge and al Southern Alberta Into (he fore-iron1 as progressive. In an article on "Goootcd' down 263 to 152, osing by 13. Both big bylaws, one providing for lll.OOtf to cover shortages on pow- South 'Side North Side Total Majority. for 1J3 132 12S 13 Proposition SI1SI lor office Sou'th'Side It.4...'. .Vorth SiSe For Against 159 109 Majority against 263 of tho promoters, in the opinion of all the delegates. The resolution, 1s as applicable to Saskatchewan ai to Alberta. H IE in accepted fact Manitoba, and Al- berta, that all grain growing not :he permarjcnt nor the most rul method of farming. As the pfcndu- urn swings to mixed farming, our [viEESt men realize that organizations nust be established to provide a mar- cel for mhed farming products. At present there is too wide a spfeid Se- .ween, the prices charged ednsumlrs and the price offered to producers, Local markets are often glutted, .and woiJuuers become discouraged. .Where lies the trouble, and what --the remedy IB ibe object of such buslnesi organlzalioc.5. railway officials and ijisl- L-SI men generally Jn Minnesota end other states arc contributing thous- ands of dollars to promote more roll- ed farming, and to solve the problem. Citizens ot Winnipeg are trying to re- duce- the cost of living by encourag- ing trucfc farming, and a direct market 'rom producer lo consumer. Brandon has instituted a farmers' market which promises good results. "The above resolution that Southern Alberta Boards of Tradfe are finding right at their doors vrork'tfca' ill directly benefit farmers, and In- directly, to a greater degree, benefit themselves, for the cost of living will be reduced, food off farms will be better and fresher than im- ported goods, and the money put Into farmers' hands for tbe will come back to ctlles and towns, there; by Increasing trade. ''There are many centres in Sas- katchewan at which business men and boards of trade might wisely lend a helping band form organiza- tions for promoting mixed, fanning, and the marketing of mixed firming products." OLDEST CIRCUS JN THE WORLD COMES TOMORROW Cucus day Is drawing near and the Yankee Robinson's WHI soon be here, the advance of the the cay and having teen cilenshe. on'y iri the clly but in surroundtog tow and on touotry road, the ad-; lertEslng has been and tbe inhabitant of tho country that doesn't know the big show Is coaling; Is rare Indeed. The Yankee floblnson's circus comes hyre on their own special trains of double length Ckrs, bring- ing a Ehow before equalled in cfrcutdom. Moie trained wild anl- malt Are carried ir the people than all otbi rs combined, every specimen of the beasts performing that man has been able to train, beEides a large number of trained seals, dogs, pontes, mon- teya aod gocte. gotr.etblos sure to please the children. Two performances dally, rain or shine, thfc show commenc- ing promptly at 2 o'clock and lue evening performance at S. DoorB open In each case exactly an hour earlier, for the band concert. The grand free Ftreet pageant the show grounds at 10 am, anil Is followed by a free exhibition upon the show grounds, this same free exhibition taking place again at 7 o'clock in the erehlng, absolutely free to all who care to see it. Col. Will H. Godfrey, chief of detecttves, with an ample forc'e, bandies and protects the immense crowds without any, trouble or fric- tion. Zigomar? What is it? The greatest Merles of amazing n terles gathered together will be at Starland on Monday and Tuesday BXt. Merer be'fort in the history of Star- aud has such a rayBitfylng aitraclion booked. Patrons of this popular heatrc tiiH have ah bportunlty of un- ing the conundrum on the above days this startling "Z mar" will be offered ss-tbb special at- "ractlon. TO-DAY LAST DAY OF THE WAY OF A MOTHER A MARVELLOUS TWO-HEEL "BRONCHO" FEATURE THREE OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS DALLAS KOMAX.S SINGING "BOYS" TO-MORROW NOW COMES THE MOST SPECTACULAR PICTURE EVER MADE RETROGRESSION (IN TWO PARTS) Positively the Greatest Aggre- S2tkn of Sensational and Devil IncTd'ntE ever Filmed. LOOK OUT FOR "ZIGOMAR" BRITISH DOCTORS', PUZZLED BY ILLNESS WHICH GREATLY 'RESEMBLES DIFYHERIA June English doctors ire puzzled by a- new disease nafch in the west country and wtth almost lU rapfdltj of an epidemic. Tbe chiel symptom of the diseist the appearance on the ton- Kilt ind. back of the throit of a mem- brine resembling that of diphtheria, a swelling of the lymphatic glands from (he necfc, very high tern- pcritture, severe .e sweUtng In tba joints and heart failure and other syraplomE. -Tne heart i olteti persists indefinitely afttr all the thfoa't symptoms bave at first thought the disease was diphtheria, hut. Ihc from tbe tfiroal was examined by the clinical research .ansociation In and no trace "ffas found of diphtheria. Slncft then It has been suggested disease may prove to'be a lypMck] variety of icarlel fever or measles. Paris ia suffering from a i and there (he death rate among children affected averages 15 to 20 per cent, which is WOT if, than the mortality from diphtheria before the of anti-toxin. HAS NOT Calgary, June RESIGNED B Braltheviile, of -University denies tbe report tbat be bai reifened He fcka no such iQlenllon. The BIJou Theitrt programme in the ctt> last night presented at the Bijou Theatre, faefore-a large audience. The "athe Weekly was. up to its UEU; standard, and was enjoyed by ho iy. "The Last by the Ki .em is certainly a asterpiece in its' own line, while Ihe Vilagtaph comedy, Vourself In Their kept eyery_one good natured Thts programme will be repeated to- and who have not seen the same, should make an effort to do so The B'ljoU general admission will prc rail, 10 cents. The Morris Menu For Eveninj The program _ that Vlanager Morrti for tfilj. evening promfee to be the be it. yet. The bill Is com prised of tip-lop dramas, sfde-BpiiUing comedies and patrons visiting the Morris lonlght are, assured of a rar treat a's far aa pood photo-play goes The is'an intense and thrill Ing drama, tnal surety appeal t< the most pVrltcular it depict a man's cravjng for gold, and Is mos IntereBting, holding one from begin ning (o end. Another excellent offer- ing entitled "Eva" and for a clean tip-top drams, this one cannot bo equalled. The balance of the bill la completed with a roarous comic that will send one "and away with a hapnl smite. Entire change of' pro- grom tomorrow night, Watch for an- nouncements regarding Ihc big four reel feature, "Roping-Wild" Game in the Polar one of the blggesi yet. Watch papers. "Trie Bel.l While there Isn't" a great deal in Ibe title of tbe musical comedy tab- loid "Tbe Sell coViea to the Majestic for Friday and Saturday neii, to express tho type ol COOL THE EMPRESS COMFORT "THE THEFT OF THE SECRET CODE" Magnificent Three Reel most Exclttnj and Thrilling Photo-play Triumph by the VlUtcope Company. THE DISCONTENTED I AND OTHER GOOD WOMAN I 'PICTURES A Reilly High CUti Drama MISS IRENE ALLEN COOLEST AND MOST COMFORTABLE HOUSE IN TOWN June the .pending "billion mark bill" appropriating for -German. is not cnough'to satisfy German mil- itarists'. A 'campaign for in- creases in vlbc German army, to bo- gin' as soon nt tho present legisla- tion is out of the way) already Is signalized and'the direction In which non-official pressure on the govern- ment, so successful in the catft -of the pending measure, will be applied, already. Is, Indicated. Tho proposed additions to. Ger- ma'nj-'s great -as tTicy are, constitute'-.only "tho extreme of what is neccisary, -In tbq opinion of the N'allonal Dctctico ;hM a membership of and