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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. November IS, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 SHERMAN THEATRE TO-NiGHT and To-morrow The Best Yet Edward's Animals INTERESTING AND AMUSING ANIMAL NOVELTY SURPRISE Marie FitzGibbons SINMNG COMME01ENNE in Songt and Dialect Slorlos. Dave Lubin SINGING, DANCING COMEDY SKETCH "THE HUMMING COON" Bob Harmon WEL1K DREAM" I REELS OF MOTION PICTURES Mifintit Dally at 2.30 p. rr ChttJun Adulti 1Sc. BitUnct NifMly 7 p.m. 5 a.m. Children-Mt; Adult! I6c Monarch Theatre TO-MGHT Grand Diamond Ring Drawing SPECIAL FEATURE "Robinson Crusoe" Coupant 'are food to-night SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY ......AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS I'jidstun, Alia.. Xor.' lady oa the ste'l of iht Knight uhr quarterly conference ol Academy, spoke 00-Kducalion and Kf-1 .taVe of the Church of Christ j flrloncy In Life." The object ol life, j of Latter Day Saints was al' paid Miss C'wier. be to an j Cardsluti oa Saturday and Sunday, titucalloa, physical, mer.ul and splr-j ud notwithstanding tte exceptional itisal.'1 kiuil a sooil crowd uas in attend-j gome ciisapjiolnirucoi eiyrtBB- With the temple lor ihe lhat co lad ariived froai dim church well bffiun, the ,-ke byl aftor Learing tpeakeie on Sunday afternoon, tbe fact was bonie itiat iu the Cauad- iau cliurcli there was luaiorlal could well stand btsfde that provided by the tr.other organization lUe 'soutb. The ctiureb vouie 65 LOW diuded Hid uilh a vi; ioto encc felt that the Mormon people luif surelv come to slay io this land, and the spirit of bcc- vite look of leaders and i many rows of tion Merc voluntarily Prwldent Wood directed, the af- lairs as ltie> oti-urred uhelher in the conference proper or (ti the manv iliaiv meetings which held at deU-gauoo of not more than litter Mine time. President Duce. fust I available ai'ostles iiiiJ (.residents, it councillor to the -stake impossible to eocd rcprwwU- gave tho address of welcome. Mr. (ativea from riali In every conference Duce la ao old, timer ar.ioag rnon people acii his words arc always At the close or Ihr aUertioon pro- gramme, President preseuled names of slake of tic ere, and made ID address ou work R'H1 be done in the Canadian temple, when completed. On Sim Jay iiighl ihe Conference of 11 the Mutual Improvement associations! of the sUkc was held. MT. J. Walter is jiresirte-nt of (lie 6toke work, and under him the quarter lias been ti great Mr. 2. Jacobs, ime of ilr. Low's CDsmciilors, presided, and in Iris open ins address outlined tho work of the Mutual for Iho'coming months. He spofce of cif. character and man's relation to bis work. "The Legend of the Organ liuilder'' as the subject of a reading by Miss Cazler, -Mr. apoke on the sub- ject "Pushing .to the and Mrs.j John Scott told of the p'ace of slory] in the work of the Young Lad At Tori the slorru de- stroyed the ftlia Kmtth also related their missionary experiences in Chicago, .wheie they connected with the Northern Stales Mission; Miss Smith's was trading acd preaching the same as men Predilcat S. R. A., clos- et the morning program an in- address of exhortation the ol ibc of the Church of JKUS Christ ol Latter Day Saints. WORK IN" XIAXITOBA Oa Saturday alteiroon, the large tabernacle" was comfortably filJcii with delegates to conferearc, and many visitors from outside were pres- A. N'Hsonv of Kimball who has rctenfly. r'eiurnfd from mission lo Wimijptj, reported hii in .that city..- The" churcb, he said, was about io erect a meeting house; Ihe firsPof ference. 'Bishop Tanccr, of Aetna, a speaker alsos'.He. said his ward was. willing to do its share of the as for him- iions of i Etlf, he. was willicg to lay'his all on the altar'ol the Lord. The only other speaker uas" President K. J. Wood. Mr.'Wood pieachcd a sermon from ihe test, '.iOld thitigs are passed all things have, become hew.1' He referred ,to. thls'lile as tiqn .for t lie-nest.. He went. OB to wove the existence of spiritual bod- wot Id i belief in-a rticty "was. an allri- Tute- ol all aad. he "may. in ihit'l-ce earth at the same, time." Saturday, nights alw'ay.s left open so that delegates -may prepare for the strenuous Sur.ilay which al- .follpws the Saturday, sessions of conference. s. s. SESsrox On Sunday morninp thf conference met- in' Siinday- school session, "when Mr: Oeo. E.- Cahoon, ol Sunday for'llic Alborta stabc, presided. Mr. Cahoon report- ed .in his opening.address the cor.di- lion of the .various de-partmciits 'he work "in Sunday schools oi the stake." Miss Speacer, iastruc-tor ia the Cnighl Academy, Rayruond, Kindergarten work in the Sundaj school. MIPS Spencer catnt Eroin I'tal at the fttjnrsi- of- the Canadian to give instruction tn.primary work, Aflierla slake has seven students studying under MUs Spencei now. Principal ICrnrsl Bramwcll, prcsi dent ol fhc Acarfcniy at'Kay moii'l, a'Jtl one of'tlie [calling antler Hies oa'psychology in this'country addressti] the conference on "The Ui vine developing his siibjfc alonR linos. Mr.. IJraro well's at .the conference wil mt-Aa tnuili lo the interest of th stake in the church school in Cannd; Another interesting speaker fro; Raymond was (Jeo. H. cliurc historian for aid clerk Taylnr slokf. Mr. "Biirttl the necessity of Finrere work in or der lo develop spirijual growth. Bishop Antcrson. of Haymond firs ward, was also called upon to sppa and expressed his satisfaction in 11 Activity of Iht bccjhron ol Albert ulake, them God's blpising all their labors. TO-NIGHT ONLY "Message From Headquarters" Three full of suspense ALSO Keystone Comedies Coming Friday The great French novel "In Touch with Death" Three complete ads iesf Mutual, and illustrated her talk' L> reading story. the whole the session of the! was ihc besi of (be entire j conference. The niussca! n'jral'er. whtcli appear in tnls repcm, iv ere weH given." Auxiliary Meetings A number of auxiliary meetings v-ere held hi conjunction with tlie reg- ular conference. On Friday night all slsfce officers met in the basement of the tabernacle, p.nil a review of geaer- al conditions was given. President Wood addressed ihe .workers on the building of Ihc teiujile. No contnrm- LETHBRIDGE THEATRES WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 Nights, beginning Nov. 21 SPECIAL MATINEE SATUROAY BTJou Theatre l of ihis comedy-Tomance must are asked bv a The- management of the Hijou to-j money in order to overromp thft opno- night are presenting ;i prc gramme, Is It ion of a worldly-wise mother, w hich, they have no hefiitatton in re- does not wUh her daughter to wed for eomniendiiig to their patrons. ".Mao hove aloae. and tlie Ramo Co.. Is aj Though the prospective ir. II. D. Folsom invited all hose-present lo nltcniX the niovies at he Hijon. AH mcmbera, with their and sTveethearts, were present. Sunday morulne, the regular priest- ood meeting of Ihe CanJsfon. ward ME liclrt in the meeting house at nine "ciock, Diahop J. T. Brown" in he cnair. ered together to celebrate the Xew: Year festivities. Tbe SLluRtlon is a perplexing one. An honest young man ia sorely at Ihe beginning ol tho comedy be- cause he is in Jove with a charmiug young woman, wbosa raolher frowns on their marriage because of the pen- niless condition the young man iu to-1 (juestion. But he must get financial help in some'manner, or he may lose the chance to marry tlie girl he loves, Jackson Ives. a counterfeiter, comes to him and offers a prppOEltioo he'guarantees, will 'make his fortune In a of rinya. His proposal is a perfectly legitimate one, 'and Daird finally consents to try the experiment. BIJOU To-night .Only BIJOU- "MAN AND WOMAN" A POWERFUL DRAMA IN TWO PARTS. REALLY A FEA- DRAMA IN TWO PARTS. TURE WORTH WHILE ANIMATED WEEKLY The Latest and the best CYCLONE AT BLUFF RANCH An Unceasing whirl of Laughter CRUSOE" The arVd'out of this sHuation are brought weefc jmany thrilling Eccnes until In the end i -P is'the acme of excellence in everr re- for. martial honors Uo: spect Every act on tbe bill is a head, "rues a very rich man. The casl Includes Robert Ober, Dave Lubin fc Co. present a co! sketch. Introducing some prelty old plantation melddios, and Uie liar- mony is somelhing never before heard -tiie city. Miss-.Marie Fltzgibbons favor '.vilh ner- auditors immc- ately slio appeared, and her delight- manner in telling humorous dialect SUNDAY AFTERNOON MEETIN The Surtdiy afler'noon session the conference w.is a Jed ed nieces j, lioth in Ihe mailer of a tendance and Ihe'spirit inanlfesfcil h the congregation. Preeldcnl: was (he penlal. clialrninn, 'and En hfa .luilrtin ed forth ,T spirit oi opti- mism .rejsriilnj-1 ihe ivorV of Ihc church in Canada, and particularly In Ihis slake. Z, W. rcprtfcntlDg the High Priest's nuofuni. was the first speak- er.called. Admonition with refipect lo IV.c work of the quorum tn Alberln Blakr of the Carifston barrister's anrt his words miisl have had an effect on thoae lo whom (hey were particularly BEshop Hrown, Oardston ward's "Obedience" for his vibjncl. and preached'a'helpful sermon frmn It. Mayileil Caxic-r, a C'aidstoa The IsipcJ tells the. tale o: the Whether Ue's a good tailo: or a cheap sort. Study, the'symmetry of dp. sign of lupel. and shouldc r.'hcii you put fho coat Aflc'r (hat e x am i n lining sml the joining of liniiij at the Then (he buttonholes- It's no trick to tell gopi tailoring if you look closely The snme good tailorin in the and S.20 Semi-read; Suits as in those at am same TAILORIXO The Semi-Ready Stor Empress Brock, Lelhbrlrfgc. S. C, Butcman, Mgr. Douglas Wood ar.d Nena Blake, who have the Ihree leailing roles; Oilier important characters are played by Ihc Misses Adelaide HaEllngE, Mary Carlisle, Estelle Wynne, T. E. B. John'C. Brownell, Mairrice Bar- roll, Clyde Kortb. Walter I cries add5 a rich piquancy to her I John 0. Venton, Clarke Silvernall, Al- ever entertainment. Rob llnimon fc I Maltlson, Giaydon Kqx, Clarence o. nresenL a very orijirinl sketch, eu- lled "A Welsh Rarebit and hile keeping tlie audience (rn' good nmor. myslJiy cvcryoaa with a dls- net novelty in mechanical figures. he cloBlng act Is perhups die f ifce bill: Edwards introduces Rock feller and others. Seats are now on sale at Kenny AlHn's Drue-Book store. FORESTS AND RAINFALL everal of the moFt Intelligent ponies nd dogs that have' ever been.seen, nd deserve the hearty applause gir- n them at th.i close Cm each and everj lever evolution, Tbe manaEemenl deserve the hearty uppprt of citiren in bringing tich excellent entertainers to the ily, ami should be encouraged in heir Good Entertainment Tonight Tonight is the last nigh'l "for photo- ans to see the program at StarlanrJ. Tomorrow there will be 2 complete change of photo-plays, hav. ng SB the hcadliner a beautiful Epcc- Rdiiar production, entitled "The Clown's a powerful drama >f tbe circus rlns io two acts and >--Beven scenes. The comedy pordon jf tomorrow's bill is being well looked after by tbe "Keystone fun-maker? wh) will be seen In what they are pleated, to term as tbeir greatest and best tinny film. There will also be other 3lg attractions, "well up to the Star- .and standard, completing the strong- est program ever uffereit'ai Starland, s 1 "Reirfy Comlnp almost direct from its Jn Xnw York and "Ready James Montgomery's comedy" of :1ove, ro. mance and thrill wJll be the offering at tho Majpsllc "Thoalre for two Satutdas' matinee, begin Friday. November with Rob ert Ober, under toe fnanagemenl Brady, I.td. "rteftdy ifoney" simply enters Into Rocky Mountain Forssts Increase Ralnfall'of the Prairies. H is commonly liioughl liiat Ih'j moislure which forms clo'Jds and falls as rain is almost enllrely due'lo evap- oralion from Iho ocean, bill sclentinc inTosligations stow thai seven-nlnltis of the rain which foils brer land j areas Is supplied by evaporation over jS'Jcn areas, tdo ccean. supplying only two-ninths, of s'ich precipitation. Dr. tanhael one .of tho foremost in- vestigators in1 America, states that the forest evaporates more walcr ,Jian any vegetable cover and much CITIZENS' TICKET m M o A r1 r1 i o MASS JVfEETING WEDNESDAY NIGHT at 8. p.m. IN CENTRAL SCHOOL AUDITORIUM to be addressed by Senator DeVeber, wl C. Ives, E. W. Alford and the Candidates MAYOR HARDIE and A. M. GRACE Ladies Especially Invited. LARGE AUCTION: SALE OF A COMPLETE more Ihan' free aater surfaces' facl, It r.na bben cstirnalod by In Dr. of the University of Toron- Facultv of ForeElry, thai 75 per cenl. of the rainfall over foresletl areas Is rclurncd to the. atmosphere as wfetcry vapor, which does nuich.lo Increase the amount of rooislure car- ried by air passing 'over aucli forests. Canada, Ihe prevailing winds from ttiS west and Ihc provinces of Albeiia and SaBkalcliewan are largely for their rainfall on air currents wblch come over Ihe H Is a-well known fact thai iviridfl passing over high mountains become copied to aurli an oilcnl that Ihey lose moat of Ih'olr moislure, whlcli falls In Iho form of and hbnce areas for many miles' lo .lliq'leeward of -such moirtitains receive to .'little, rainfall that (hey arc bllcn_arid. But the Ifeeward slope? of these ffiounlalns are covered with forests, in thi the queslloti because the young hero Iho Rocky Mountains, these case oi forests RESTAURANT OUTFIT Will be sojd in small ToU or complete on Thursday, November 20th Commenting" al 2 p.m. Round or Fifth Street, Opposite McKeown Hardware comprising the Large bacX counter-with largo mlrrorF. Fruit counter. H devolving chairs. G Dining Room Chairs 24 Dlnfng Room chairs llefrlgeralor Coffen tirn TMO. water urns die Iron Uar, Stove TEAMS CASH Took Range TIVO Stetim Tables A very large lot of lino.'jum Cash Register Holler Table Clotb. N'apkfna Kruit'Jara Knives. Forks and Spoons All kinds of" dishes Coining IHeriElls and other aril- cles too numerous to'-mention. GUS Auct.- why ihc: ttortvlnton government .'are the forests on 'the casl slope of the RocWeB by the creation of a -.forest .reserve now neirli; arc rnHca In extent. will cvaiioratc and render again avail- able a large amount of the rainfall over these which might otherwise pans off through the under- ground channels, and by reloading with moisture the "winds -blowing over the such forests make pos- sible a nuch greater rainfall than mlglit otherwise the east slope'of the Rocfcy-Mounlaiha cc'mfc denuded of tree growth, It Js Tlkely that much .large'? area's In ".'Al- berta and SnskfttcbewBn would "pe arid lhan IK now the case. ThU but one'o I the many rcasona' which tilted over. Rev. p.- T. Lowis, rector of Hury. has been -appointed Rural Dean of It Is hoirCfl that an, of SSO.OOO will sV.e tho great CVP.K. con- crete grain elevator at., Transcona, Bijou--4 Robinson Crusoe "-Wecl and -v ;