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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Friday, Mky 2> 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 To-night when sitting around just think how much more cheerful home would be if you had a Victor-Victrola. Any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any city in Canada will gladly play any music you wish to hear. Victor-Victrolas $20 to $300 And let us play your favorite song | ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ MONTL^EAL^"^^?"^t a ^ or music by the world's greatest artists on The VICTOR Victrolas $20 and up. Easy payments can be arranged RELIC OF CANADA'S LAST WAR : Walking stick, presented to Sir | James Whitney, Premier of Ontario. It was carved out of oak taken from the sunken hull of one of the Canadian ships that fought Commodore Perry on Lake Erie during the war of 1812-1813. The wrecks have recently been raised and the cane was carved by an ardent Canadian loyalist admirer of Sir James Whitney. 17 Western Branches Bryan Block, 404 5th Street S. Phone 791 This i)fodiicl:io]i Is ilic ('rowiiiiiu-ElTori of those Masters oi' .Foutm-es. \ \\c \'iiagrapli Co. JCvci'v patron ol'llic Bijou i\iio\vs ilio nioril of lliis studio's output and "Ri|) \'au \\'iiik.i(''" is 2,-uaranleed to Ijc oT Rterliuu' Merit. The Most Attractive House in the City , BIJOU THEATRE ---^ Tonight and Saturday, the Oiii^inal Production of "RIP VAN WINKLE" IX TWO I^AKTS-Washington Irving's JStfi Century Legend. Three Other Excellent .Subjects Prices: 15c and 10c. Box Seats: 25c. PREISZ BIJOU ORCHESTRA Always in Attendance. SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 p. m. Ice Cream Cones Given to Each Child. Let the Kiddies have � Good Time. PRICES: 15 Cents. CHILDREN: 5c. m TOMORRQW FEATURE PHOTO PlyAYS "WHERE DESTINY GUIDES" Splendid Drama. "PAT'S DAY OFF" AND "BROWN'S SEANCE" Two Keystone Comedies "WHEN THE LAST LEAF FALLS" Appealing Romance. "THE SILENT CASTLE" Beautifully Hand Colored PARISI-MAGINE The Rag Time Harpist and The Boy Caruso STARLAND'S NEWEST ENTERTAINERS Coming Next Monday "THE VENGEANCE OF HEAVEN" A REPORI ON SEE NE At Least 75 Per Cent. Finished in All Parts of the West OONT BELIEVE YELLOW REPORTS 6RYAN ASKS WILSON NOT TO CREDIT MISLEADING RE-PORTS AS TO CALIFORNIA Washiugtou, d.o., May ].-Secretary Bryan's latest despatches to President Wilson, contained a note of op-tiniBim over tllie situation in Sacramento. He is said to have telegraphed the President not to credit aloged nilsleading reports of the intent of the jiroposed legislation cxpresisng a be-lelf In the solution of the difficulty satisfactory to the people of California and to the federal government. Bryan leaves for Washington tonight and if he gets there in time will ad'dresB the Peace conference at St. Louis Saturday nigiht. A carload of naval oranges shipped to .fiamilton, which had been frozen, were condemned by government in-Bpectors and buri-cd in a huge pit ut Bridgeburg. BRUSH FIRES mm SILY SPREADING WITH HIGH WINDS -GREAT QUANTITIES OF TIES AND POLE'S DESTROYED. House Snap A beautiful seven room fully m9dern house on 50 feet, 9 th Street South (Juat oft 6th Ave. South.) Well built, fire place, gas, etc. Good terms. $6600,00 HOUSES TO RENT The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING, 7th St. Bomidji, Minn., May 1-Uetjorl-s are current hero t^day that brush fires in the vicinity of Remer, Cass County, about 50 miles wesi; of hero, destroyed a great quantity of ties and poles. The fires also are raging near Black- Duck. Cloquct reports horacsteadrrs west oi the city are burning brush today and' a number oi Cloquet people wnc alarmed at the dense smoke and tlfe approach of tlic fires driven by a heavy wind. Fires north of the city yesterday burned out a farmer named Tribber. Fire on tlie reservation is reported to have burned all day yesterday. ' Destroyed Lmnlior Camp Duluth, Minn., ilay 1.-Brush fires raging at the of Lake Nobago-nion near the Douglas, Wis., village of that name, last night destroyed the old camps of the Lake \ehago-mon Lumber company and four build-iugs of the abandoned Hopkins Sanitarium. , ' � The fire was raging worst ho'twecn Lake Ncbagomon and Winibaujou, which is located on the Brule river, and about 75 homesteaders went out with teams to stop the lire, t nless rain comes, there will be great loss ol property. Winnipeg, .May 1.-According to reports reveivcd froan over two hundred points in the Canadian prairie west, seeding is well on the way to completion. At 114 points, over 75 per cent, of the wheat area is. reported seeded. Taking into account the acreage surrounding the point wbich reports a less amount seeded, it is reasonably safe to assume that fully 75 per cent, cf the land intended for wheat this year has already been sown to that cereal. "Rip Van Winl