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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mrsday. September 11. 1013 THE LETIIHRIPGE DAILY HERALD 3 SHERMAN THEATRE To-night The Frank Rich Co. N ew Pricei 25c and SOc CHORUS ATCHY MUSIC LASSY WARDROBE OMICAL COMEDIANS All reserved C Now on at box office TEN CENTS SINGLE COM. FORT OOL The Empress WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY "Master and Man" Great Edlsos Drama PATHE'8 GREAT AMERICAN WEEKLY THE INFAMOUS DON MIGUEL A Tale of tho Cuban War FOR THREE to 5-15 OTHER GOOD ONES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NRXT "THE END OF THE QUEST" tveiiing 7toll-15 fenlicton, II. I'., Sept. S.-Thous- ol ptaL'Uta, luus of 1'isi'icius Iruit, ripe and dflkuuus, lie rotting I ia Otinagun inttaris. The (rowers who have worked so lard to Lrin.; tie fruit to maturity. At Dipping agencies, ar.d com- panies are pov.crlcss to do I lo stop the ttholesfale ruin which has come to such a large rcrtoctagc c! Itl'is year's Kcoril fruit yield. In 1'cnluU'U, where mole ifaitifs are grown than in other points ol i the counlry, atid where, favored by its southern winds at tilt [eitremitj- of I.iVe Okaaasau, tie early or late varieties cf pcarhts mature jubt as fully as in California. though a trifle later, '.It sttrv i last year is repeating itseli, although not in such a great Owing to the failure of the canner- Grand Spectacular Military Production AND OTHER BIG ATTRACTIONS 3B5SH 3 lore Evidence for Ot- tawa Authorities on I the Grazing Issue The surprise ol the cinvasb thit a UittEC !s making of the raised s ol Southern Albtrta who are are DOW engaged in mixed farming, atd who, already realizing the profits to be derived aad the oppor- tunity to liuild up the livestock ol the country, would increase their holdings if they had eheap land or public reserves upon which to feed Ihe stock. The 13L men nave today .ready .to put on the reserve 1M48 cattle and 5535 horses, and they estimate that tbey will be in a position financially ies tc handle Triumph peaches, which constitute about 50 per cent, of the total varieties Okanagan, ite in Southern this class ol fruit will suffer a great loss. In fact, practically tl.c only returns which they will get are from local sales. The shipment oi Triumphs has been curtailed oiving to Uie demands of the cannertes, nr.il LVW the fruit Is retting un ihc trees. REQUEST SUPERINTENDENT TO PREPARE REPORT ON "HOME Hccont press criticism of the of giving homework to school pupiU raised a short discussion in the school hoard meeting last J. D. lUgin- bolljam breathed the subject. He ven- tured no opinion.- In facl. no one pre- sent would express an of the necessity or othcnviEc ot homework, Hut all feu'that .luc whole- should be investigated. Superintend- ent Hamilton will, therefore, make a careful study of homework as II ap- plies In Lelhhrldge schools, during the next month. This will be presented it the regular meeting next mouth, when some action will iiobably le lak- WELL KNOWN EDUCATIONIST QUITS POSITION TO ENTER COMMERCIAL PURSUITS 1JJUUU --i a------ tlie.Hon. Dr. liocbc, minister ol -luastnuch as. this would me Melbourne. Sept. Much political capilal is being made out o[ the ac- tion of State Labor Metnler Wcbucr, the -who on becoming mayor of Richmond, or ge ial a LHSuector in Ihe Jleuicir.c Hal ais- convinced iiepuoiiran, and defended to increase tbtir holdtatE anil -among small holders and thus .in- 1 )jwn intol.racd it rhls conauct in retaining office while multiply- the income oi the creasing Ihe valuation of hvestcck j 1Ir. Brown 'holding anttabnarchical It is on 'n eight years of faithful, elicicp.t I staled tonight that p.-i.liau.enl Is con E. N. Barker, of to As- upwards .o Boards ot Trade ol Southern berta, came up from Cardston yes- evident that- this, it is at Srazin_e; To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day 'Wizard of the Jungle' A two ree! animal sensation, absolutely unique in the world of pictures Don't Miss It Who's Who In Lethbridge 1 ?t Next Wednesday at 'once 1 [uld run on tho reserve beginning; Southern Albtrta have awakened 'to a bylaw which will c'ome hofore con jh next season. Tabtr.also sent in "the fact that this is more than. of the city council on Scp- plicstlons Aestivation oi matter of Policy for the government: lcraber 22. bviaw is tho rcsul thai it Is a Rreat stride forward ot u-0 vcr.rs' nork inaugurated by the iirlr.g rights for 120 heart nest and "one from a mixed farmer the Edmonton district, who wrote t he .would run 300 head ol stock jormilted. the number of agreements received tiatf is which Is .1 very con- rablc number of those who prc- sly applied under first pro- tion to ascertain the number (fe- us of having the. reserve thrown to the use cl farmers for gi'iV- fspecialiy in the summer months n pasturage is scarce, and whieb .Id permit o! their, feeding their .-tilings, cheap grains and strnw .rig the winter months, housing fattening their cattle, and ra- ving the- conditions ol livestock oughoul this portion ol the pror- There is not In the entire list 131 statements received a single from a largo stockman, and there, several En this section in thousand's ol head who would nn it he glad to take part in tho '.ing privileges up (o tho limits- thai the government decided up- A cf thli mda Uilscl ihil, andveaksns Ihi your siomach lo heilAy vlEsr by taking a Dyspipsli -Tablol ifltr andcuiouiihc'flecinf'- Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia ire. Iht tssl friends fir Irom ar.d 50c- Qoi tl your by H has been ffce aim ct Dtu? atld cl IPO throughout lo secure only Iho] Umiiei. iifattens ngrfCinrnls of oung minisler acts as .a epy for his brdtlier. resulting In ai crushing de- i feat for the Confederates, On account I; of his anti-slavery sentiments and oth- I er cir-cumstantial evidence the old pas- I let is tried E.nd condemned to die. The tearful prayers of a little girl for the j j preservation ol the old man so affect the conscicnce-Htricfcen spy that he his guilt, and saves the old man from the firing squad, Bijou Theatre. The Dijou Theatre tonight sJiouId te well fifled, as was tho case last night. IT. view of the excellence of the programme. "A of the Jungle'1 Is a wonderful animal The manner In which the king of the lion, is trained to pboy the will of (he trainer is little fboft of .mar- vellous, and Is clearly demonstrated in tho [ilclures. balance of the programme Is well up to the ttandard, and was enjoyed by every- body, The Winnipeg business mon'e trip to the Pacific coast acd return will be shown Friday and mises to be of great inlcrest, and a bumper bouie is anticipated. At the Sherman Fun, pong anrt dance, combined to- gether on Ihe slage of the Sherman Theatre lo make up a medley highly entertaining. "The Wedrtbg put on by the Frank Rich Co. rang out mcTrlly. and nany .of thote who crowded the theatre last must have gone home with acliir.g si3cs caused by (he bushier brought on by tho fantastic and Jicktng comedy Hashed across tho fcotllghls. The principal .dispenser- of these wares was J. Hoy (Jlalr, who ,is Helnlo Winnipeg Auto Races Alto In ADenlOf Lions Great dramatic feature To The Old Home In Scotland, England, and tiit- Contlnent can be made At .the lowest cost. .Large new steamers, sailings. ac.-. c'onimodations now." v' For fait Information ask "any railway or steamship ageut, or, H. E. UDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main St. Winnipeg, Introduced :e of pro-j parlslcnne and hae been Introduced to Paris by Rolairc, the popular little Parisian actress, one the of arty woman In the world. G, T. R. OFFICIAL DEAD liondOTi, 10.---John MllUr Grant, for many yj-ars con- nected with the 0. T, It., died last Monday at in his eighty- tnUrt year. Me v.-as asslslant-ptcrc- tnry of tho rccd fn Canada until when be became chief eocrotary in I i i E. W. KINGSTON TAILOR, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Revised Price List was immense. He was well backed up by the charac- ters, such as Hcgsle Bowler, ma's and a dudo of the first vater. The chorus, formed of a bevy of at- racllve "Sunphtnc" glrle, was a !ea- urc pi the show, and one of Us mera- )prs executed a brHllant hornpipe lance. Tho whole company played with ad- mirable vim, and It is one which Grntlem.in's List Ladles' List FRENCH DRY CLEANING 52.00 Stilts, iitafn S2.00 tj.23 Skirls, pleated fl.25 Siills Ilnvs' Suits il.ij I'aucy Vests SOc. Skirls, pliln............ Dresses...... Ovcrco.ils, shorl........ J2.00 Oveiconls. long.........J2.M Alterations I'anls, lona 75c. Uepalra..................----- PRESSED ONLY. g.ilts Suits fl.OO Skirts, plntn Overcoats 75c. Coals, long Long Coals, Call for and Return Goods Promptly of hours good fun and ente: u-lll not regret taking a as sung by Mr. Clai Sunshine" girls, and altei performance at the Sherman, the programme will be "My 1 Laughable Comedies at the The Dllson drama "'Ma( Man." is n slrong storr, wel? fectlvclr staged and acted heroic self sacrifice of the reformed burglar to shield the good name of the v.-lfe of his friend and master bringing about a highly, interesting and dram- atic (inalc. Tlio story of the Cuban war, told in "The Infamous Don vorr exciling, the cliase nnd capture of the fugitives and the sensational dive of one of the pfrls In her effort to reach he American camp, being TCTJ- thrll-. ne. Paliie's great American WeaWy, tho irst of tlie two "specials" shown each veeV a', this theatre, Is, as usual, of great interest, and was much elated. The two comedies are the best seen in a long time. "Uncle" In "Ho Had a GUCBS Coming." Is quite' a surprise paciet for nephew Dick, 'who plumed himself on having administered the kind oi dope." The borss In "A Horse on Dick" Is a perfect roarer, a strsr.ge contradiction, but quite cor- rect. If this comic doesn't tuaXo rou laugh, you sure should see the doctor. Coming Frldny ani Saturday: "Tbe bound lo bo popular wherever it an- pears. Those who wish for a couple End ot Wtekly, and Oaumont'l NURSE MASSEUSE "Connaught Beauty Parlors" Under (he personal direction of Mrs. A. H. Allen, Vancouver, B.C. i'lionc -CojfNAUGHT SulU .1013 .MANSIONS ;