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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIlBRinOE DAILY HERALD Page 3 To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day "For Life, Love and Liberty" A dulling of Uie Spaniih-American War in three parti Screaming Comedies and Good Music SHERMAN THEATRE __________To-night A (CONNOISSEUR'S SELECTION OF PHOTO PLAYS IN 4 REELS' CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF CHARITIES AND COHREC.' TION MEETING ENDED" TtN CENTS SINOLt The Empress COM. FORT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY 35c-- FOR THREE 'The Good in The Worst Of Us" 2U5-15 A QFIAND DRAMA BY EDISON Celebrated Weekly OTHER GOOD ONES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: THE GOVERNOR'S DOUBLE Erening Winning, Scpl. ite Cea- conference of Charillet OorrecllOM, lids momlnff. Rofue- D eecrotarjr of thft cbarlty orranl- foclaty of Montreel, tpoke oa soda! vork a 'and unfed IB ImporUace of special traiuEng for il eoclay workers. Fauorr loap n did WUIK, ehpuk avc A Ifcortrjgh training. -Torpnto decided upon aj ihe coiiforence neit year. f Caisary and Toronto tlctd the couferoucd aaJ Toronto on. it the EmpreM AaqJf given by nlfht ot tbeir tv- of the aicelleot Quality ot the Tmrlouc thrown on to tie Qood In Worst or Ui" It a dnmn of cluw, appropriate sceoerj-, the clftrer sctlnr of toe characters tbe part of the chinninjly niled by tiny tot. "Orer tte Crib" a very a mill (Irl ylawd In a ben- eTolect iMtltutlixi. wio" re- to pirentg aJtor bringing martl'tse between the irtio adopted her, anil employed to )ier. I., m of the! .lerr. jatirMt, aid wu [raatly KtJoyKl. The of akl-lnj aje "the jumplor being Terj- eltrsrly rMulUng crMted (rut merrlmeirt. l> a one, f full of ruth miit go from etati to Tte "wad" ft real amut, net crated ran or luifiiter. CMloa; ud t grlp- drama In two rteli, "fki GOT. tte ever- cemt Oaunonl'a t At the Brocramme lut a I at' thfa, home ot real entertain- ment, .wac exoeplltfaally irell The feature subject. "The Mod- tra called forth the re ark that bid a better ject rnoirn Iri the city. It li not at.all teniatlanil, but simple In Its 'theme.' a that appeals lo kuman nalurt, and tbe ilroor dirt the Ixtter reellnaa, and li all compelling Iri the powerful jcttm of a ptoto-olay that at once impreastj the auditor ai sometbliif that 1> well Thft other two sub- jects have been selected nitb great care, and the Sherman will undoubted ly -become A household word with cltizwi. The weefc-end pvogramroe IB an ex- cellent one, "The Alibi" being Btronj; dramalicYeatiire. all-abeorblng In MA Interest "The King and the Coffer" In a jcinllllallnj comedy of rnerft; "Dad's Uttle Girl" a dramatic Rtorj of the struggle of the working; man, and there Is a capital reproduc- tion of 'IThe Balaclava Tbe Jailer eubjcct ahould tie seen ky'everyone who mlutee too Brl tlih. Mag, and the Edison Co. should be ifompllmented on giving to the world imd Iteepinit evergreen the glorious "Charge it the Light Tlrimde." ''Den of Tonijhl Only For tbo time tonight moving picture bare their Uat opporlun fly o( seelDfE the great two-reel droua 'In A of This photfrphy without. fme o moit eUrlllng dramas ever and should be seen by nl photo-Una. In Addition fo stupendous attraction' ft nlno ending -patrons can come prepared for a hearty laugh. As the headl.ner of the cocaclete bsnge of pr-ogrararae at Star la ad to- morran- will be offered a pin; story ot the BOB. A ehort ynopsts of this remarkable featur AM foUowe: Captain Welle and Ms life uards-fft.l to shoot a the iblp wMch belnf to pieces oa tbe rocks. Tbe. paiatugere and rew are tho eicepl >f Xflldred, who (e carried on raoun- alcoui fclHoK wbtch aTltepa oier the doomed CapUla Wells dives cm the lop of a. antj taves tier IR Ihe S nbir grown to uromanhood, though sho a artist, but un obltfatiODa to the captain. After marriage the'artlBt comes luto ier life iod the yields lo'ljis entreaties and e.opee. However, ehe comM to i reallHLtlon of her and turns back, jufct a-alhe suspicious captain kaa started In pursuit Th< rpowffrins captaEn h'as foi wife is sufficient to overlook hei tafce, and li rftcelred .nbo arms once mjala. Buffalo, Sept. there no of life In tbo tire M'hJch. swep he upycr floors ot .IJP hotg! Broezt early was a ado certain daybreait rhen the o! ihe who fled" to otter hotels, wa accounted lor. The total loss In fire was divided at foltowt Eureka Coflte Compaay, I20P.OOO Hotel Browel. D opcorn coQptnj, I1GO.OOO. TWO CHARMING PK1NCESSES OF RUSSIA A Mammoth Sea Story Terrific storm at sea Ocean palace dashed on ihe rocks 150 feet dive from cliffs Thrilling rescues, etc., etc. A Mrlkinf picture of Ihe two of the Crar of Russia, Grand and Grand Duchtit Titlana, Thty are both of reglmtnU In Rimla, and to look charming In thtlr military cuiiomet. MONTREAL BOND MARKET Montreal, SepL was tb 'eiture of marfcet. telling of 'rom 23< to 233, tut railing later 1 .be day to 235. aJso pr< at M; the.former Wgh. level, and MacDonild Jumped from 24 to on. diTJdend Power R. little easier, from 216 to 21J, tnd LjQurenllde strong st 177. Do- minion Iron was aid Magratih, Sept. Magrath creamery has already given evidence that ft irilT fulfil the eipectationB of tbe the association Is to be oocpatulatEXj oa the splendid guccees which has far crowned their efforts IB lauachfng the new The' Herald 'correspondent. In a conversation vltfa Mr. Fletch- er, the secretarr-treaaure-, In- formed, that-the company .waa very well pleaatd-wkh the-summer run, and that they irere entirely aactfttd wta tlie given them by the paopte 'of the 'district: Fletoher made a fejv In the flrat, ,bul that was ODly nature! as tve were new the tlbo market ia and not accustomed to other features of the butter business. We karnei by these eiperle-oces and. today the plant Is running Brcooaijr. Ocr butter Is Jim and has a good name on tie market. We aim to treat the raj-mere rlghl aniTour fair dealings with, them fi ihcrvm In the rapidly tnoreastns amount of cream delivered the plant. Thet'Magrath creamery Is up- to-date In every detail, ana our purpoEo Is to put out a clean, Bocae, sanitary product. I honestly b'e- llere we are doing It.'.' A rlEtt to the plant Itself is sufficient 1 n convince one that cleanliness and Firlct pa dilation ob-sc-rved in I ho .manufacture ot the b'Jttor. spot- i less floors, churn, apparatus. all serving to forcibly the observ- jtr with that fact. The unuager ot i the creamery is an ID h's Htw jand iho wholcsonacr.ess o' tho butler Twbich ho places on the market testi- fies lo hie Rbilily. i Tlit farmers arc delighted, your ro- I pre-seiitaUvo failing to Qnd one serious i complaint against the treatment re- from tie aseoclatlon. All aro i anltcd on one volnt. that It fills a long jtelt nefld. The ooiy regret IB that It 'was not established years axo, .The cheques aro mailed to the farmers every fortnight and as one of ihe pat- rons observed, "We always have a ilule money which Is ctrlalnly an encouragement to ihcra. The price of butter fat of course, has fluctuated during tfae summer nionlh-S, No one In particular re- sponsible for this, the price bring based on supply and But during the varying ecale ot Ihe market the Magrath farmer who baa sold in the focal creamery has never ed lees tian 24 centa for his butter fat Tbe outlook is particularly bright Tor butter and exceptionally good prices aro looked for thla winter. The future is bright for the infant Industry here. It has survived the in- itial knocks and setbacks and diffi- culties, and from aM appearance out of the mistakes -will accrue success. COWLEY Covley, finished ipd Uie tbrwhens arc very busy.- Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson left for the! nM (n Montreal, accompanied b Mrs. C. V, Hodson and children, w intends spending a two months vacaUon. J. C, Drawry, well Itnow ranohor, WM In Pincher Tues Mrs. W. T. Eddy returned' from SaslcatchtKpan last. Friday acoonapan- led by her daughter and son-la-laT, llr. and Mrs. Ltrmour, who wlfl spend a ftfir weeks viBltlnr at Willow Rauoh, near Lundbreck. Mrs. R. Day and infant ion returned home from Pincher Creek Memorial boaplUl OP E, W, Bromley returned ,from De- troit, Mich., week, he had for Ing to eerlouR Illness of his "moth- er, who pasaeij r.waj on Sept. 2nd. J. R. Rertlf, of who. has rtKering .Mr.-Bromley, as agecl for t2ie lait" ROW left for Burials, wfcere he intends staying for short time, Mrs. J. Blddell arid children return- ed home last week.after spending a elx months' visit'with in tha east. Tlie Cowloy U, F. A. local-union' Ko. 104 held f.iiefr semi-annual on Saturdsy last, Sept. 13. -Thero'niia a very poor'attendance owing (o the farniera being busy. Miss Christie Shepherd and .Mr. BartloU of Blfltrmore, spent Sunday tftfit with Mrs. and Mrs, T. Cle- land. Simon .loftnaon returneil from Sas- katohewnn accororanlod by his brido( oo Friday evening. QuiU a number ymiog people welcomed them on Monday ereDlng and all report having high old If me, wiehing thorn much Ing shown- comedy, ao in-" Joy and happiness. NURSE MASSEUSE .MANICURIST "Connaught Beauty Parlors" Vnitr tht direction of A. H. Alltn, of Vsricouver, Phonr CONNAUGHT Suiie J613 MANSIONS Eight How About That Boy of Yours? Do You Think He Will Amount to Much? Of Course You Do, But Did it Ever Occur To You That He You arc takhigibig cbanccs if y'o u 'don't provide.. g'ood wholesome recreation during his off hours. Schooi provides, for 5Vz hours of his (lay. How about (he- otlicr 18M: hours? Hoys .don't go wrong wlieii they arc busy. It's during tlicir idlo inomcnls thnl they make their sli is. Why (akcany chances! Arrange for his off nioniciifs by getting him A Membership in the Y. M. C, A. Boy's Department It will hclj) lo make a iiian out of him. lafe. Do.Hloday! Don't put It off before It's (oo YEARLY RATES Boys 10-12 Boys 12-14 years........95.00 Boys 14-17 It is sincerely to be- hoped that Ma- grain farmers and dairy men will con- tinue to rally to- support ot the asso- ciation, and II they do tils nothing but good can come from It, noth for the members ot the association and the farmers themselves. Magrath, Sept. IC.-Drath visited the Iiome o! Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Godlrcy this morning away their five-months' and carriec ild Viabj at- Last Day To-day In a Den of Lions The best circui drama produced Also i A Keystone ter a short illccss. Arrangements are not yet fully made lor'the funer- al service, but it will likelf be hclt tomorrow afternoon from the'family on Second West street. George Jotason, tlie local i livery- man, is absent Ibis week driving a hog buyer from Calgary through the lOthills country. There is a continual demand ior hogs in tbis district, the dcroacd for good'potter far eicceding tfce- sup- ply. Farmers have realized Tyell. .on their polk this season. Lynn" Olbb, the much-admired bari- tone, of Jiagrath, anil winner ot the solo at the musical month, leaves shortly for Provo, Utah, where lie will further prosecute his studies in the iirigham Young University. Mr. Gibb year, whoa two profitable and at- tractive fields await him, teaching and concert wori. He has not as yet definitely decided which to pursue. Another young Magrath man who is making good -at college is Cyrus Fletcher, who wilt depart neit week for Toronto. Mr. Fletcher goes east (his fall to take iis senior year in the Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, and he ivill graduate .with tie class of 191-1. This young total stu- dent while in Toronto has had signal success in his studies and for two years has led his claps in practical work. .During vacation he has been in Grassy where he bas exptri- cnced splendid success in actual sur- The Herald correspondent has nothing but. best wishes for this ambitious young local hoy. We- arc pleased to rcvort. that Charles Sindlingcr, the prominent I swine breeder north ol town, is safc- j ly recuperating from a long siege of typhoid contracted while ex- hibiting his prize -herd at .the Cal- gary exhibition. WHAT SCHOOL? That U a serious question in inanr parents realize tiie Importance of en--'- viionracnt as as-mental- culture. Thousands-have found-- the required .y It la not the moat eipeoelve but It Li one of the beat. ..The con- ditlons are highly favorable1 for.'- J happy and wholesome study a vrlde range of Ho and Thlrty-UiiTcl Send- arid termB. ROBT. 1. WARNER, M, A., D, SL Wore modern methods of Insulation would have jirevented, the death, electrocution, of Arthur" Jonea, ployce of the C. Q. B, works at boroj according lo a coronerV A HERO IN INDIA Lieut. Alan a son of Mr. E. R. Ropers, Ontario's Inspector of pris- ons, and nephew of Sir Henry Pcllatt who won the notable assaurt-at-arivis M competition with all British officers In India, SUFFERED AWFUL PAINS For Sixteen Years. Restored To Health Iby .Vegetable Compound. Moretown. trpn-: Wed with pains and irregularities for; sixteen years, wid. waa thin; weak and nervous. Kould lie WM going right' down oul of Into some dark and the window curr.. tains had faces that would feck out at me, and when I waj OH t of doors 11 would seem is If something was going to liafw pen. My blood wag poor, .my circular', tioii was so tad I would bo like a deai.' peraon at times. I had fcrnalo weflfc-' rossbadly, my ibdomen tndl'i had awful pa'na. "1 took Lydia E. Pinkham's ble Compound and used the Sanative' "SYasb and tliey certainly for me. W y t rou blcs dis appeared and I' am hble to work hard every d ay. W. F. View Farm, town, Vermont. Another Cisfl, "r GifTord, was tronblcdwftti feraslo weakness, also with dU] mcnt I hai very severe and a rietgKhe, pain in bacV and___ very thin and Ured all tho time. I corn- menfed taking E." Vegetable Cpmpodnd I am cured of' these troubles. I cannbt.praise tncdicino too iHiM ;