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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta September THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Today's Big Program SPECIAL K E Y S T 0 N E COMEDY Military in 2 D rummer BIJOU THEATRE To-day fie House RefiociKil Today 'The Smuggler's Daughter' A Special Subject In Two Parts. A Riot ot Sensations Two Other Splendid Subjects Bijou Orchestra "Who's Who in It May Be You? Come and tee1' CHANGES DA1LY-A FEATURE EVERY DAY. WTERTON LAKES A TEN CENTS SINGLE COOL The Empress COM. FOR1 MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY- A TRULY SPLENDID TWO-REEL DRAMA 25c. FOR THREE A play that's different The Latest Weekly "The Spy's Defeat' Other Good Ones l Passes .Along a Scenic Route to Develop a Ooiil Claim SERVICE IS I'eoplc Living Abroad Can Now Secure Ex- emption Matinees tnS-15 STARLAKD CtERK OF SENATE DIES Ottawa, Sept. It. W. Stephens deputy clerk of the Senate, and one of the test known officials of Iho up- per house, died today at the ago o 74, of paralysis. Ho had 'been HI fo; number ot months. The deceased had teen an employee of the Domln Ion government since 1SC3. Sage Tea Darkens Hair Any Shade Don't stay jrsy! Here's a sim- ple recipe that anybody can apply with a hair brush The use of Sage and Sulphur for resloring faded, gray hair to lla natural color dates MCR to grandmother's time. She.used It to keen her hair beautifully dark, glossy and abundant Whenever bor linir fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this sim- ple mixture was applied; wllli wonderful 'effect. Hat browing at homo Is mussy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for a oOccnt (rattle of "Wyolh's Sage and Sulphur Hair yon will Ihls famous old recipe can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty U) Ihe hair and is splendid for dandr-jff, dry, fcvcrisli, Itchy and falling hnlr. A well known downtown drug- gist says it darkens the hair so naturally oVenty that no- body cnn tell it has been tip- plied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, faking' ODO strand fit a time. By morning tho gray hair dis- appears, nnd after another appli- cation or two, it becomes beau- tifully dark, glossy, soft and -abundant SHERMAN THEATRE To-night and To-morrow DA NTE'! I nspirlng nstructive E R N O s trikingly pmtual The immortal poet's vision ;of hell Vaturton Ixlkcs, Sept sold cutters are nearlng Boundary Crtek with their pack trail. Gus West bten.in.chargi' and Is doing an exctl lent'Job. A permanent sppoint- ment was made -thls_ week lu the person of Terrll.' Mr. Terrll Is a man .of the mouriuios and knows his and. a continuance ol tha good-work is" assured. As soon as "the roid to the boundary Is complet ed a road up Bertha Creek to Lake Berli'a, a dlatance of two miles, wil be cut Owing to precipitous cliffs on the north east bank of the creek, the road will need to bc> on the south side. 'Beautiful falls.are passed on Iho way and the trim'p promises t be one of tbo most popular in th park. :This .completed, work will be pn on tlio road up.Cameron free coonect- with- tie wigon roa through the. South .Kootenai Pass t Oil City 'and Uritiah Columbia, resting place will be made at Came Berlin, Seut. the military laws Uermany Is lo-luy i-ai: ng on over a hundred thousand mop of her sons each year to serve in -.b anuy. The new regulations, however, create conditions under which Ger- man subjects living abroad may es- cape, military service entirely, and ii. this regard th-iy are of Ir.lfreH to Germans living in Canada. Tho provide that German sub- jects "who have obtained to postpone tneir military service on account of residence abroad and who have acquired u. permanent position there may, upon application to the proper authorities, be excused entire- ly from active service and transferred to the "landsturn" or militia, which is ca'led upon In time of actual In vaslon. The exemption Is granltd only en condiliin Ih2t enterlri; army would Jeopardize cither the po- silion or toe invested capital of tV.e emigrant and there .is reason io br "I AM SATISFIED I COULD_NOT LIVE I) II Weis Hot For Ibt Woiiitftl Fnill Ucikta FKNAC.HVALE, JAST. 1919 five yeais (and I tm now a man over seventy) I bale been a tcnible iiifreierfioniCoaitipalioa, No matter whit remedy or physicians I employed, the result vrat always the to get a cure. About 2 years igo, I reitl ihe testimonial ol Hon. regarding I decided to give them a. trial. Ihiveuied'-Fni't-a-ihcV erer tincfr- They are firit and only medicine thaisui ted tny cise. Hitxvere not for I am aatUSed I could cot live" JAMBS PROUDPOOT. Mr, Procdfootiscneoftbeproaunent farmeri of I'rescott Iras been Treismer of Caledonia Township for years. is aold at 500 a sue, 250. bydealerj er from Limited, Ottawa. mm DENTISTS on Falls and oilier convenient places! neve tcat applicant Is not trying At the Sherman In presenting Dante's "Inferno" to night tomorrow, the manage- ment are doiug so with a desire o uplifting the standard of photo-pin; d yiTing-to Uie.public'a "work tha is -met with .umiuaHileu. appfeva ierever exhibited. In reproducing this marvellous sion of Hie Immortal pcct, the Mil- 10 Co. were met with repealed fail- res, owing to the Immense difficulty obtaining men to whom the nrinci- al .parts could be entrusted, but nf- r many months success crowned icir efforts, and the world tdday.'bs 10 hundred scenes-are depicted, sit id marvel at the colossal courage ro- ulred to ever altempl such a prod- gious production. Tho pictured so losely follow the .words and ideas of ie poet that in describing the or.o we help depicting the other, and s so minute iri cvoiy.detail every one may readily unfcrstand it. As a standard of entertainment the .auagement commend it to all pnt- ons. A special musical programme ms been arranged, and ..everything lossible has been Oone to 'make Dante's Immortal creation a series of pleasure and instruction. Bijou Theatre The management of the Bijou'take pleasure In announcing the advtnt of iheir r.env feature service, beginning with tonight's programme. Ths lead- ing subject, "The'Smuggler's Dangh: Is a two-reel.drama of immense interest, abounding In sensational in- cidents and thrilling situations.' The above-mentioned production is-, ac- knowledged by critics ns one of-the best of Its kind yet produced hy tho Rex and It Is safe to say that no belter guarantee of Quality can be desired than the name film. Tn'o other splendid subject ond the nijou orchestra, complete tin evening's entertainment Tomorrow night the startling Bison 101 two-reel photo-play will bo pre- sented "The Indian's Secret.'-'- Tht can be recommended, not as.a hclter skelter war but as a dramali surprise arid In future tho programme wl change dally, pictures being run 111 second night at the Monarch. "The Spy's Defeat" at trie The programme' for Monday- an Tuesday Is aeain of tbe very first or jder. Tho grand two-reel drama "Th Spy's is V story 01 nypno-1 Ism ami Intrigue in a remarkably clever Is full of exciting :enes and Incidents. A Vltngraph drama "What God lias Joined fealuring Anne Rchaeffcr nnd Dcorge is re- plete with human Interest, and ls_ sure (o appeal alrongly to th'e Tho light side of tho programing con. Eisls of tv.-o real good ones: "Tho and "llagllnio. n most laughable burlesque by the Bio- grapli Co. Don't forget that Wednesday nnd Thursday are Iho days for seeing I'atho's celebrated Weekly, tho first of the .two weeklies, shown at Iho Kmnrftw. enroute. .The tramp will he about a milo and.will be one of tbe most beautiful the-w-hole lakes dlblrlu. Notwithstanding, a. flurry of snow on Tuesday the week has been a very pleasant one for campinsr. Nights been cold'but camp warm, and duriug'the day the sun has mado up for'his rest at night. Mr. and Jlrs. E. R. .Low and >IUs Fvslyn, accompanied by Mr. Carl Danielson, came in from Cardston lust Saturday and are staying at tho Hassard Hotel.' The men of the party have fcur torses and-wiM pack into the south Kootenai Pass after big 1 game. All the jieaks in tho pass and lie greater part of Sofa and Cascade mountains .are covered with snow Tho fall was local and no rain fell on th'o prairie. .The'.Talt-Fro'eborn camp broke up to evade service. Officers or officials living abroad may now bo granted leave for two years and excused from reluming for Uio usual military duties, subject only to tbe obligation of returning in case of a genera! mobilization, and this leave may be extended indefinitely pon presentation of a consular cer- Bcate that ihe applicant has per- manent position as merchant, busl- ess manager, etc. The officer whose fe work is found in Canada or au- Sier country outside of Europe and he Mediterranean lands may even be soused from returning upon mobiliza- Ion. though ot course it Is almost in- conceivable to think of a German offic- er taking advantage of tblB In caso of war. "Drummer of the 8th" at Starland Keail a short synopsis of Drummer of the Uie best two: reel military feature ever produced in .ilciures.. This, stupendous 'feature .is being shown today in ad- dlllon to the latest Muliial Weekly, the most popular weekly in the world today, and n. special Keystone comedy, vhfc.li conies direct from the fun fac- tory. contains Just enough pathos to save you from laugh- ing yourself to death. "Drummer oi Hie Sth" synopsis: Little Billy rails away and enlists as a drummer hoy. His Wg brother is also a soldier in the Union army, and both are seen in sensational'battles Billy has used an assumed name, .ind his brother' is unable to hn> trace of.hlm. Billy Is captured by the Confederates, and while making his escape, hides In a house where the officers are formulating plans for Uii following day's battle. He carries tin formation to the general, bu Confederates suspect their plan: ivc been overheard and changi iem.' resulting Ir, a different plan o tack, which nearly annihilates' the ntire Union army. Billy is 'badly and writes to his" mother >at he Is coming home. There is real rejoicing in his home, and pre- T.rations are mado to receive the lit-; he hero. He arrives, but In a casket, irricd by sorrowful soldiers, for lit- 3 Billy dies before he can see-'his elks again. BFjou and Monarch Commencing Jlonday, Sept. 15, the charge of admission to the nijou and lonnrch. Theatres will be fifteen cents. The management of the Bijou .nd Monirch theatres after lengthy consideration have decided to ad- vanco tlie general nilmission from ten one cannb't sue tie pictures erfccliy'and distinctly cran- iig.their necks from one side to ijhef ,to: cscaiip :Bomo lady's .hat t ind'tUs interior "decorations 'are'ricK and The music Is splun- lld and toe attendants courteous; The Bijou has always borne an enviable re- xutation'In.respect to quality and pro- jection of pictures.'- The management lavej however, even though they had thought It impossible to improve along this formed alliance with the Allen Amusement who have control over twenty.theatres, the bulk of them costing over J100.000. This corporation are. purchasing over 24 reals a west, absolutely tho cream of the European and American mar- kets, v.-hich they use exclusively for their own houses and a limited num- ber of outside houses that are fortun- ate enough to secure this class of ser- vice. Howavcr, with service of this nature, time Is money, and -KB are only able to hold these pictures In for two Jaye; one day to he shown at Ihc.Bijou and one'day to bo shown at the Monarch." Patrons therefore of the above mentioned the- atres arc- absolutely guaranteed the very cream of the motion picture as it is produced today in its high stage Begins, Sask, Sept dental association has started a free cllnta In the public Echools this mornlni, and are treating children ot poor ents free of charge every Saturday, It is inlended that tho -work will on fir ever, and tie school board provided a room with full iSntil equipment. Dentists take tunw, and In cases rlqulring extended :ontinue the work in their offlcei. this Mr." and" Mrs. Tail, Mrs Robertson'and Miss Oracle Ficcborn to Cardston and ,Mrs. Freeborn to the Hassard-Hotel. The camp ha len for'two months. The .new heiwecn th likes and Twin Butte-ii to, bear Ui name 'parkview and -will he kept.on the NUon homestead, Mr. Nixon also has the contract of carrying mail from Twin Butte twice a week. Tha.launch went up the lakes on Sunday a party'of campers and this probably will bo'lh'e last trip it mike to the head this season. In the going trip two bears and a nuuv btr of sheep -were seen on the moun- tain, It Is Bald that John Hassard, pro- prietor', of tio Hassard will during.the winter. CO some develop- ment work on his coal claim In tho mountains between tho lakes and Twin Butte. If a paying mine can be operated it will be a great boon ClaTcsnolm tas rate has been struck at thirty-five mills on the dollar. The schBoi gets 7K mllte; debentures, ICVi mills. TO MEET. IN VERNOM Edmonton, Sept. af- ernoon the Alberta and Eastern Brit- sh Columbia Press decid- cd to bold the next annual convention i Vernon, B.C. Medicine Hat, Macleod and also sent Invitations to the asiocia-. tlon, but it vras considered that as., this year's convention was held in Al- berta, it was the turn ot British ft I-. umlila to have the honor of entertain- Ing Uie newspaper men. The stoita- is In 1914.'J to fiflcen cenla: The Illjou from every possible slands unquestionably the "peer" of nil the theatres in bridge. The ventilation Is perfect There is not a seat In the house from of. development Tho. manager of the Bijou and the Monarch is willing to stake bis per- sonal reputation on the truth ot the above mentioned remarks, and will be glad to prove that the Btatementa are absolutely true, and not exaggerated In any particular whatsoever. CANADIANS SAIt FOR HOME London, Sept Comrals sioncr Draylon of the Canadian mil way commission sailed oh the Lusll- anla today. Dr..and Mrs. Anderson, Lieut Col. fluff, Col. Mitchell of tho Salvation Army anrt Dr. Ti. O. Parkin of tho Rtiodis Trust, sailed on the Victorian. to settlers in tie lakes district- All Waterton 1-akes Park needs now ts a hot mineral spring. Several of the resident1; of tho mountains have been prospecting for such a spring, and It is not considered oul of JJic range of possibility that ona will be discovered and some day used Tor. bathing and medicinal purposes. The men on tht park roads are find- Ing tho walk to 'and from work very tiring and have decided to camp near Bertha Creek and employ a cook there: Mr. and Sirs. Allrcd will prob- ably leave for home next "week. Tbe question has.arisen as to whe- ther the school land provisions of tie Dominion Lands Act applied to tho parks. The matter was submitted to the dapariment of Justice and an opinion received that the provisions In question do not apply. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Adcock of Cardston came Into Ihe park on Wed- nesday and were guests at Ibe Talt- Frecborn. camp till the' camp broke The most modern and sanitary building and equipment in trie province PURE MILK AND CREAM Good service that you're satisfied Phone rural 114 E. Pelietier, prop.. 4 miles of Letbbridge up. Mr. and Mrs. A. St. A. Campbell, who have been out oa their home- stead at Twin Butte for ten days, re- turned to their summer camp at the lakes on Wednesday. Mr. Burford left the hotel tor Card- ston on Tuesday. Ills colleague, Mr. who was .unfortunate en ough sprain Ills ankle, is still at tho camp.; CANADIAN NORTHERN SUIMG FOR Ottawa, Sept. meeting of jlhe Exchequer Court to bo held ID Winnipeg on September-23 will bs presided over by Judge Casselli. A number, of imporliitit are to a claim.ot (be Catv adian Northern against the Crown for two and a half million dollars. -The case arises over the actlon-of Uie government In expropriating land owned by th'o C. X. Fl..in order to se- cure terminal facilities for the Na- tional Transcontinental Hallway at Winnipeg. Tlt-2 1'.aring. of the enlarged Read Man's Island case Is not expected to take place October. Save One Ton of Coal in Every Six The Economizer will do it While'the cost of living has undoubtedly been at the same time it is true there are some inventions that will offset this increased .cost of, living, and the careful house- wife takes advantage of these inventions. On every Gurney-Oxford range there is Economizer which controls not only the drafts but also ;the entire combustion or fuel to create heat This Economizer will save 1 ton of coal.in' every 6 that you would, use with the ordinary range. The Economizer is a simple device, absolute :n' its control. By merely mcmnf the lever you can obtain any degree of even heat in the oven. This insures the satisfaction of having light, delicately crusted fcread and biscuits. The kitchen fire ceases to be a, worry if the Economizer is on your stove. The Gurney-Oxford is the final result of experimental thought. Science hai given it a Divided Flue, a new Special Grate, and Broiler attachment. This Gurney-Oxford range primarily: a Slyer of money, time, and energy. C. W.GRAY 310-5th Su S. 781 ;