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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta uirsrtay, September 4, 1013 THE LETIIBRIDGK DAILY HERALD 3 Majestic Theatre One Night Only Saturday, Sept. 6 The seasons come ;dy hit "KiPT NtW VOHK tCMICACO 0 R A.' Direct from Gaiely Theatre, New York Prices and 50 cents SeaU now on sale at Kenny Allin's Drug-Book Store Good Photo Dramas Quicksands Two Reel American, Featuring Sj Warren Kerrigan Drummer of the 8th Two Reel Military Thriller Two One of the best Sherman Theatre LATE MORRIS Three Nights Commencing Tonight Performances Nightly IX-FIVE REELS PARTS "SATAN Of "THE DRAMA OF HUilAXITY'-' A story tnkuii from the Guitnintcctl the original production Special Matinee Saturday at 2 Ashes One of t Sarah Earnhardt In "Queen Elizabeth" Prisoner of Zenda Five Reel Production The most costly feature A -MICKLE 70 HIT HIM ir YOU CAN.- BiJOU THEATRE To-day The House of RftiBemenl To-day The Tramp Reporter A touching Powers drama in 2 reels. An entranc- ing story of sclf-tacriftce The Panama Canal" AS IT IS TOOAV Two other good ones and the Bijou Orchestra "Who's Who in COM. FORT 30t The Empress WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Sue Simpson's Ambition A SPLENDID V1TAGRAPH COMEDY DRAMA Pathe's American Weekly ESc. FOR THREE SCENES FROM THK CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION Some interesting characters and personalities along the midway at the exhibition irf Toronto. JUST WHAT YOU WANT Low rates, Good service, Up- to-date Steamers. The Donald- son line can offer all three. Only one-cEasi of cabin and third- clasi passengers carried. To or from Europe. Dan't book be- fore atklng our rates. Any Steamship or Railway Agent can nil you. H..E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 HiTn St, Phone M-5312 Winnipeg, Man. PROPOSITION BEFORE BOARD OF TRADE AND WAS FAVOP- A.SLY CONSIDERED Macteod. AHa., Aug. The fact that tie members of fCie Macleod Board ol TrBde are willing and eager to work hand In hiod the farm- Matinees 2 to 5-15 EXTRA SPECIAL, ALL THE LATEST EXTRA SPECIAL Fvcninf 7toll-15 ers of'ilic' community with a view to bettering conditions for all concern- [ed.-wss unmtatakeably demonjtrated KaiEcr elaborated on.this Idea by iecretjry of.. Iho Pincher Creek Hay Growers' Association. Ltd. Commissioner Moffatt brought ui> the] ilueslion ol a local market, and at once the members bp.5ter.ed to ex- press their views. -Mr. -MacDonald was of opinion that'conditions wore not such as to warianl the establish- ment of a inariti, but Messrs. Allen and Kaiser thought It co'.ild be work- j ed. Mr. MacDonild eiplalned that it should be left to the farmers, hut Mr.j Kaiser retaliated by saying that tbej farmers tvontd not .do and added thai It was not the legitimate part of the merchants' business to handle the produce at- all. Mr. Allen thought that Lhere should be a commission man here, and Mr.! NUHSI-: MASSliUSK MANICURIST "Connaught Beauty Parlors" Under tho personal direction of Mrs. A. (I. Allen, late of Vancouver, RC. Phone 1013 CONNAUGHT -MANSIONS Suite Eight Dr. Piochrc Click, Alta., Sepl: -1 E. E. Urouen, Ihe New, York doctor, accompanied by her Mr. (iro. L. Rusby, also ot Neiv-1 York, arrived in I'lncSer this j from their unique in the' mountains of the South Kootcnaf PESS. Leaving Hindier Creek some several veels ago, the city dwelltH i meeting of ths executive oa Fri- day afternoon, when tbt question of establishing a local. marUec arouffht up by CopmlRFloiier Moffatt and discussed.' The pro-, position, which hss rfor some time been a puzzler, was' vle-ed from ail Bides, and it was finalfy decided to communicate with" _the different Farmers' unions thrqiigno-Jt trie ,.ea- district lo tied out if possible what assistance they would glyeJSe Hoard in ttyrns to secure the ser- vices of a commission man, _u-b'o could, by.' har.dlias tiie' 'goods, ensure for .the farmers a constant cash mar- ket for their 7 Win President AMi. Allen in.tie chair, and the members'of Ihe, exec- utive iut en masse, the excep- tions of Messrs. FnwceU and Proud, who vrere out of tovni, those presenl A. D: ['erguepon. J. W, i Kaiser, H. T. MrXichpl, A. J. J B. I'eraber, A H. Alien.'J> W-.-Mac Donald, R .McReni .and Industria Commissioner Iho meeting E. W. KINGSTON TAILOR, 706 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Revised Price List Ontltman's List Suits Veatfl Ove-rcoAts. abort long 1'tnts, Suits Puts I LOBE Overcoite'. FRENCH DRY CLEANING Suits, plain M 25 Skirts, plentod 50c. (1.60 Skirts, plain Dresses Goats, long J2.00 Alterations ___ 75c. Hopafra RRKSSEO ONLY It.OO Suits ,___25c. Skirls, plain 75c. Coats, il.OO Coals, short J1.25 ;i.oo Jl.OO 50c. 75c I We Cull for and Rlturn Goods Promptly i opened with the reading of the mln to hotel in uies of ihe preceding meeting i tnn l.aVps Hark. From that point which were adopted as read. The re j they started, on foot lo tour Dort of Ihe Commissioner followet ton Lakes ar.d Glacier National Park. I anjT on motion Mr. I'ember, it The Inly was dressed in brown cor-jto0i was duroy with slifirt skirt and laced j .Communications were rea boots with their tanncil soles. She i rronl ctiavlci F. lloland: of Winnipeg canicd ihe eatables, which consisted asWn-g ihe ilo.ird to' take'a booth i (ol a small amount ol flour, :ttl, Canada I.aail and Apple Show dried cr.tese, anil a small piece of; ,fom ,he i.dhbrlilge Hoard of Trade lirealdast b.u-on, the whole I thal a resolution be vasse weighiliR something like -10 pour.ds. cjl.-itlishraent In Albert The man had a sail-cloth lent and markets at Kdraon about 50 Cal aml Lethbritiso; from The first point tuuchvd ivas 1 aid Lake in Glacier National Park, iar.d with the chalet thtrc as a ecu- i Itrc they tramped every part oi the! ImouDt.iins. Returning by another toiind by Hanger Cosley across thc.j boundary without food. Th2 lady, had the misfortune to lose her hat.' was eaten by a porcupine. -The for cupine later became food for Piekett, of Hosmer, U.C., callin attention to the manner in which ce tain Allierta real estate men are b prosecuted In certain places British Columbia; from the Calgar (Hoard of Trade, enclosing a resol lion favoring tho request ot a loan i from the government fi 'rl'.tho ptovince of .Alberta; .and fro "Huay Man asking f 'MOTHER AVIATOR KILLED raisburE, Oerroany, Sept. Osnnan military avlstor, a Commissioned officer of Ihe namo ahl, died today ns tho result ot In- !s received in an aeroplane ac- )L lie was risking a trial i his machine fell 100 feet. The tank' hnrat ;cd. and ho was badly 1 travellers. Mr. iupplieJ them I for PamuWptB. All five con _________________________.. ifrom'iiis uisc at the hfad or immlMtlons were ordered to bo fll, _ )on LakH thcy tho sccreUry was A SCIENTIST'S ESTATE journey, at I'ir.chor this; lake no action in rfgard .to any London, Sept. late ivofcs-l wceV. Krom'herc Ihcy go to the: them. reading courteous anJ Inters letters from llarkct Mast ixjrnon, aepi. mo jaie i juies-1 ,-iuin nm iu ti.v. eof John Milne iioled mining engliieEr! foa5'. watcr lo Caliloroia. I "seismologist, who actively Inler-j Touching, at New Orleans In Ing ealed himself in Iho development of south tl _ British Columbia ar.d Newfoundland, City. Dr. Uroutn left an estate, valued at He "cmcd in no way weary, bhc is bequeathed his scientific records and ot Instruments lion. to the Kritleh associa- old traveller and climber, thoroughly prospected the mountains o! California. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ating that ho couW have a stand st Urge onongh for the" purpose, BO at he could get a price In Macleod, the merchants would not positive- handle the produce at a loss. Mr. leu auKKieled that a copy of the tier from Market Master Wells be nt to the Macleod Agricultural So- elv, so.thai tho fanners could see themselves the prices that were einp secured In Calgary.; Besides. Tonight at the Sherman sincn the nuccuhcemeDl he question was an interesting one (made through these columns., that the farmers, itnd It was only right hat they cliould discuss It In view of he suggestion tbtit emanated from bo Hoard of Trade early in tfco ear.. Mr. vrould pay the Far- acrs' up.ions to have JJr. they should have place where" they could always de- end on having a cash inarktt price. Jlr. ought to be Blaged and costumed. A numbsr otter attractlona will lie- sbovtn on t eatne hill. v bio to such a place. Ambrosia's masterpiece, was to be presented at this atmisfrmcQi house of ambitions, everyone has been waiting with expectancy for its pre- sentation, tonight the public will un- doubtly ta1ie advantage of seeing the most remarkable motion Pic- tures ever jroduced- The subject is Intensely Interest inc. The., company of players have discovered the great r-oriibilitlcs, and powerful acting. Bijou Theatre Consistent with Ibe prosrammeB ol real excellence usually presented at the theatre-beautiful, tonight's enter- taintnent will be sure "The Tramp In two-rcelfi is a well-acted drain a, although the plot is certainly wcai. Tbe settings are natural p.nd good. It must be ad- mitted, and the management" hive EO hesitation in doing so, that this play is not up to the Bijou s-landa-.d." The-Panama Canal arc really splordid, anrt are well worth the. price of admission. As an educational sub-' ]pct St IB unexcelled. The -comedy "The Terrible makes one and feel while tJie music Is undoubtedly the- Excellent Pictures at the EirpriSs There Is another rctcellent gramme at this favorite playbo'jse. The comedy drama, "Sue SimpsorTa" The question" of the manner in the fanners had treated the facleod Creamery, at this en- tJie dispute, aficr which falser, Etatlrig.thHt farmers had no rlRlit to- expect tho local mer- rhants to handle their produce as hey received only the low grade tuff ioft after (Le towp had been supplied, moved that a letter he vrllten to each of the un- ons In the district aslilng to'what extent they would co-opeiate In (n- a juan to start, in the com- mission bualncss. In order thai a con- stant cash market for their goods he secured. Mr. Fergueson seconded" the resolution, which pass- ed unanimously. The secretary was (hen instructed to tender ,the lhanks of the Hoard to Mr. of the Creek association 'tor hl3 very kind letter, and offer to go-to Macleod at any time to talk the matter" over. Mr. Pember here commended the valuable publicity campaign that was being carried on by -Cpmtnisstorier Moffatt, arid the mcmtlrs all themselves as uelng In fa vor of sending the Commissioner east for a month on a semi-business have onrtellUhea tho. story in such j a ruEi or fua from the manner that the most sanguine have been icorc from the pen of the famous novelist Broods. In this .drama, Irving Cummlnga portrays a ttlp, a portion only of the expense of starting at 20 years 'of age which will bo borne by ihe Hoard. On Jn lsfil ana Mr, Fcrgueson's motion, tho meeting adjourned. SIR EDMUND WALKf-K. C.V.O..LUD., D.C.L.. XAKDBR LAIRD, GcmrnlManner JOHN MVl Central V. C. BKOW.V, Superintendent of Ctnfr.I Wctletn .WFIWl BUB'IIP, MM FUND, OURISTS AND TRAVELLERS fhf Canadian Bank of Com by reason of ils Urge number of branches T.. ry Province of Canada, willi dirocl rcprcsc relation in Lcndon, line., NcwYorkj-l Mf'an if .ScallTcj IVrlbnd, anil 51. John's, NflilT, nilh Afrrnia'j r i 21" wcry pArt of Ifin %VijrW. is able to ofTnr iinttirpisscd farifilri-.q L WEATHER RECORD FOR AUGUST I j Observer Kis'-nhaiier- thai meteorological observalions for Aos-1 ust PS follows! Number of cloudy days, t'J, Precipitation (or the montti, iToclpllallon from January 1, 1313, i lo date, U.GCin. IKplicsL Icmp era tyre during the monlU, fti.S degrees. Lowest temperature during the month, 35.8 degrees. lomper.itirre the month, lie Iravcliinjj p-jblic, (licni to obtain money in ihr WAV al nni' nt on their jonrrcy world over. The Travellers' Chi-qycs .ntid I.cttm c'f xJit by Hank ovrrcomc the annnj'lni; difficulties of obtaining funds pad, in id ion i.i rliffifiill, nnd Or.ifts rlw, life, kronen, ail ifio comilrics of wr.rHt riVi ran be cashed or purch.tFcrj Pi rrflj sterling1, Trancs, c.'-atci. W. 6 hbridge Branch L Brymner, Total hours of bright s'.inahlne. j 321.3. Largest amount of bright sunshine I in H.4. Avergae amount of hrisht sunshine each (iny, 10.35. tirlglil RLinshlne has teen recorded every day for dayi OTTAWA "CATHOLICS MUST SUPPORT CHURCH SCHOOLS Those Who Taxet Cholcs to Public May Be Dinled Sacraments by very start, the Sue In her" alteinptlng tlie role of the moving plc-> jture star is excraclatingiy fanny, and. The from and heaily laughter. "Minnie, the IE a clever comedy, ami on mane shows In a niosf a music 5 manner how papa aJid the ed a scheme that satisfied the.i'omau- ilc-minded Helen, and finally brought; about the desired marriage. The, two. are really tunny, and full of good busl.V 163S. Coming Friday and Saturday a gretl." wo-reeler by thu Vttagrapii Co., fn- Itled "The and on Monday and Tuesday next a magnificent Essanay masterpiece In two reels, "The Judgment.1' "Offfcer 666" "A riot of clean fun" exactly des- cribes Augustln MEcHugh's famous melodramatic farce, "Officer which appears at the Majestic, Satur- day, Sept. tj. and which nearly a at the Gaiety Theatre In Ncv: York, and when Golhamites continue lo laugti.nnd applaud a comcdy'-for. that length of time, It must be "some play." "Officer GS6" Is a sure enough. play. In connection II Is absolutely novel, and Its many scenes are so full of action, Its climates so tense In expected surprises, that Its audience are treated to liirtU after thrill In perfect maze of mystery. If you lo la-jgh wllhout Interrupllon, for two mortal hours eee Seats the fall of our first until the present time. As the various scenes are unfolded tho very of man is stirred, as we see the 'many machin- ations of the Evil One in his eager ittempls to overcome the uood- The whole subject leema with stroug and vividly realistic Mtuatioca, and holds the attention of the audience in n vice-' like grip till tho final denouement. As a sermon it is Inspiring. As, rational feature" it is one that all stud-! ents should see, and U iR so enthral- ling in its Interest no one should" tnlss the performance. '_ A special matinee will be given on" Saturday. Parents, let tho children come, it will do them Love ii Al'l As the headliner of, a cqmpleto change of program at Slarland.wlll be seen Irving Cummlngs'_ latest dram- atic triumph, During i aciion of the play, Mr, Cummlngs wonderfully interprets no lesa than five different characters, the .whole i airing one o: tbc greatest efforts oi _Tolean. acting ever recorded before the camera. He ably supported I by the all star Reliance company, nnditmw on sale at Kenny and drug the whole production is admirably1 und book store. Ottawa, Sept. 2. Announcements were mode (n local Catholic church-J a .power Vftuxhaii car. The far travelled 700 miles' at an average of SS miles an PURE MILK AND CREAM Modem sanitary equipment, high grade dairy cows, milk and cream always fresh, cool and sweot E. Ptflrtin ;