Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, November 3. 1013 THE LETHBRI1XJE DAILY HERALD "Page 3 "The Lion Hunters" Today and Tomorrow B I reel Gau- mont production, full of strenuous action B I J O U Hunting The Lion in the jungles of Africa O U You almost feel you are there, it s so real- istic. Seeing is be- ievng-see t Sberman Theatre ntOToDRAMA SENSATION 1 Special Daily Matinees at 2.3O p.m. Pricet 25 cents SO cents IOKEI1LE tllY C.P. H. TO CHANOES LINE MAKE IMPORTAN SHORTENING NEW TO PACIFIC COAST What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows JOLLY TUNCTION AT SOME CASES IN THE COURTS U'. C., Xov. Hal- loR'e'fo daoce gircn Tiy the bachelor ntaUs oi was'a great sucwss anil tfae ladies aw. to congratulat- ed upon.their efforts to'rnakc.it. one o; the functions ever" held in thr The hall wa-s beautifully symbolical of the season, and the mu- sk1, re'resbrr.enls, and-program could nol ot improved the c-om- miUee on-invitations'exercised great care, so that-'ncDC of that.objection- al element that oae-fintis in public paid dances 'iVas present.- Kdward Harrison, a driver-at Coal CrecV miner, met with serious injury niT Situ relay, having his leys, crushed two mine cars. the writing, Ibe extent of his juiies could nol br. ascertained. At Judtt'.TOniitct's Sat- uraar sev- en and costs' for be ing tlrunk and disorderly, _ Qans, charged with indecent exposure, was fined ajid costs. Harry' Qu.gg, and disorderly, remanded until and qc- a djsturiiance iii the restricted disfricf, and At-.the provincial court before Mag- thaw over the islrate K. Trios.- Xcwman and costs-'for drunk-and'disorderly. This-man is a resident-of "Bull Hirer. William. captured by the human ferrit, ,vas- given three months', hardMabdr'in Ha was charged with. ihVit, Vnui-o'jicr, li.'C., Oct. es iu route-of the Kettle Valle railway, owned by the C.P-U. are be- ing made Hith oi securing shorter line Irom the Ofcanagan wts to -Merrill in tbe direction, o! Van coavcr. A, route map showing ionie of the changes along thc-v.esl side o! Okanagan has already been filed i at Ottawa. Great care is being Ukea to get thft .best and most ditect grades in view, oi the fact llal a great part of (he'.C. K.'s shipping westward will go over the Crow's Nest-Pass, route and through lo Vancouver 'over Ihe 'southern1 line railway, rather line further norlb." Following a recent conference .in Vancouver between Canadian -Pacific and Great Northern officials, a large section of the- Kettle line through the Hope Mountains will be constructed at the- joint expense of the '.wo'gi'cal railway systems.- Tht New Policy Much Interest Is ieiog creitcd te- rdins Initial of and pictures at' be ShwmtJi, Tbe opening bill Is a creditable one, all the perform- having ]Mt BAND SIX PIECES TONIOMT. TO-NIGHT WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAYS AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS. CBUB. And when a few newspapers oramented, Mr. jrade a speech neard arou.-n! the and Mr. Bryan's laics became fa- mous an KanaM balleratlltf." good 'for1 to take, gentle in acliofl, do aot irriwe tfct bowt'lK nor develop Iff eonliDUal or .l'