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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta September THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tnge 3 To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day A romance of the touth In blavery Days The latest animated weekly Showing Lord reviewing cadetiat "Cheating" A screaming comedy SHERMAN THEATRE SEE OUR PROGRAM THERE'S A REASON IT CREATES A HABIT FOR STANDARD QUALITY To-day To-day GRAIN GROWERS GUIDE A Mammoth Sea Story FLOTSAM ilEBry. Sept- on the eve of reaping the from bar vest of 800 acres of wheat f.'bU-h ht has tu on hfs farm near Btratbnoore, Ihe-jr E. McCano, aged 26. uas fat- ally hurt when a four-horse team lie dririuK (rom Btralbmore to bis farm ran away on Tuesday afternoon, the rounx man vecetvtnf tearful let, when beaty parsed over him. Found on the prairie In a dying condition, he attended by a Siralhmore. physician, and then rush- ed to Calgary on the C. P. H. train. which airlved at 6M5 p.m. last night He was to the Holy Cross hospi- tal, where be received further atten- tion from fir. Graham. In spile of all tbat could be done for him, how- ever, in the way of medical treatment, he rjccumbed to hlR Injuries yesler- day. His arm and leg and several of his ribs .were broken in the fatal ac- cident. McCann came from Ihe east, lbad been ois intention to go >rp for a holiday, when he bad'dis- (posed of crop. Halifax. first islneBa at this mornlos'o mcetics of the Canadian aasocia- lion was tbe dlercuRNon of the report of the Parliamentary committee. A motion providing (or Ihe appoint- ment by the president of lie Canadian Manufacturers' .association of a spec- ial md re- port on" (he bankruptcy act; to were opposed, was carried. It vtM eufe'eaied .that tbe creden- tial saleV In Alberta, op- erated io eacourage rrooHa, arid tbe question asked wtelhw (he otber provinces .nilgljL'-. not follow m Al- berta's footilepVJfl tola respect; On the explanation that the Alberta legis- lature was being- pressed by-western -Mr. of London. "saJd he was- Informed that such was.not.the case, but that tbe farmers found'.nothing .objection- able la the agreements used by Ca- nadian manufacturers, F. W. YVegenest, Toronto, eaid tbe across the border the principal cause of the-trou- ble. Possessing exquisite freshness and a fullness of flavor not found in other teas President Gourlay the assotia- lion' should .work'bund hi hand with the 'agrtculturists-Jn whose .Interest tbe Alberta lepsliUon was beiui made. Nothing Doir.g In answer (o the letter sent by the Grain archers' Guide reques'.ine co- operation In, the procuring of British prererentiaTtalff, ibe cidcd to send the following telegram today: SOME SCENES Terrific sea Ocean palace daihed on the rocki ISO feet dive from cliffs Thrilling etc., etc. Japan is Looking For an Answer ten oeitrs.. WN91.IC COOL TWQ The Ejnpress OIIBAT WEEK-END PROaRAM PATHK UOM. FOR! FOR THREE .TWO REELS "The Governor's Double" of Great. Bwiuty and Thrilling MONrs GflEAT WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONEfl Matiaew 2 to MONDAY XND -TUESDAY .'THE STOLEN SYMPHONY Evening 7toll-16 Washington, C., Sept. IS.-Vis- counl Chinda, the .Japanese finibassa- dor, has ak eagageicent witb 1'iesi- deni to discuss the Califor- nia 'alien land law. He has had sev- rral confereaM-s u-Hh SecreUiy Biy- an but no answer has been made lo Ibe fourth note, tis ago, and, the Tofcio govern- contending Trith plffmcnts at- kiag'the not ooly for "its djlficullies-'wilh China, but- with .ITic United Stales as well .Ms', said, .to be.growing restive under.the delay. CounspJ Bafiselt Moore, .who lias ..franiing-previous to Japan, is away- on a-vacation and. is not expected back-until next MONDAY Sir Sanford Fleming Nation's Path finder In flddition to a big Feature Photo-Phy Program which in- cludes The Winnipeg Auto Races and The Celebrated Opera Tannhauser In 3 Complete Paris I The public of Letli- bridge have their first chance of hear- ing the fnnious Hun- garian Violinist, MR. ANTEL Late court violinist Loodon, Sop'. 13. The Times con- tinues Us series ot on repre- sentative Canadians, .and devotes a column to Str Sanford mind, 3( says, is sill] vigorous and un- clouded. iViiefli lie' went to ten years of age, he saHed in .a. eajl- Ing ahlp whtch took forty over.. Landtug'at Quebec ha bad-biit two or three-pieces of "gold. Tie hag filnct a counsellor to the coun- try's Tarious a path- finder for the govomment. and de- voted himself to problems or empire, but seldom has he been Involved m party confltctE.. "The Canadian Manufacturers' as- Eoclatioh, through Its accredited repre- sentatives, is always MlHng lo confer with Ihe' weitern grain growers, or Any other en mat'ers of mt-tuaJ'couccrn. Three jears ago, we made advances in :hU direcliou to the weeteru anil sent one of our eecrotarlea to XViunlyee to extend the InnUUou personally to Ehem. At Uiat time there were. In our opinion, broad matters before tbe public regarding understanding as be- tween farmere ot the west and manu- 'acturersgenerally was desirable. The grain "growers': did not find It conven- e'nt to meet us theo, and ehouM tbey deslra to do so now, no doubt we will iiear from tbrough tbe proper Ft. B. Gourlay, Pre- Tbe election of officers wap held at tb's" meeting, and there 'practically oo unexpected nomin- ations.. The result follows: President, C. R. Gordon, Montreal; ffrat vice-president. E. C. Henderson, J. Montreal: .treasurer, Geor Booth, Torooto; auditor, Wilton G. Eddis Sons. Toronto. Chatmen.oE R. H, 'Champ, HacilHoii; trdLBportetlon, R. Pareona, Toronto; legislation, T. ndlay, Toronto; ineinbc-Tship, NT. A. oivle, fToronlo; insurance, P. Aurora, Ont.; technical cduca-. H. H. Mason, Toronto; work- en's compensation, P. W. EL'.Is, To- nto. A resolution was psaaed. particular- coramending tbe e-jggestion ot the surance committee that the incom- g committee give full prominence In effort to waken membere to a ense of the danger of the enormous nd rapidly groTrlcg fires ol the Do- ilnlon. Another resolution provid- es for tbe appropriation of money rom the C. A. for scholar- lips in the Industrial and technical was passed. CEYLON and Clean to a Leaf BLACK, MIXED OR 1 Sealed Packets Only NATURAL GREEN I Beware of Joyful News for Photo-Fans 5 lull day jroiulses to bo a rlaj long to be remembered by all photo-'oJis wiio visit the popular Startend the- Atre, A finer collection of feaiurc attractions has never before bcea eho'.vn on one programme than those tbat have been secured for iloufiay. he- bad pardoned. How all this is Is shown en tbe screen it nLotography. U is a ture tbe management have every con fldpuce in rcccinmendiag. ar.d decided ly Fho-.ild not fce "Her Hur-banrTs Wife" Is a eleven drama ly the noted Lnblo Co., thai will delight all. Gauraont'a Weekly needs n< commeni. it is of the best There are also some very curious beautiful views of India tbat are ol. jjrpat with bie .spill. IHK salt, opening umbrellas In tba etc. and h'a final cure. Is a g-jre anil will get you ev- time. ariiotTow the management wll! :e the promised Important ,an- neemct.i in this pajterf nnd thtlr patroiiB tLat It will materially "Labor Day iu Winnipeg." showing add to lbdr Cf our futun le Winnipeg fire department in ac- j programme. Coming Monday and th tlon, big street kmda. the famous auto races, faithful- ly portraying the serious aulo wrecks 1 phony. which occurred, will be one of the principal alt rat lion s on this bill. An- Bpons of all jTueEday a Vfcry piece !n Lwo .-TilQ Bankers Fear a Possible Upheaval York, Sept. hnadred V.ffill Street barters, brokers and merchants .oltericg as a chief reason. :he statement that some clay Sew York's district may fall in-: :o-the hands or a mob, today for- warded to States "'Senator! request that the gov- ernment fcuild barracks on Gov- ernor's Js.BQd quartering a'legiraenl ol the regular army. other feature wortby of special men- tion is the celebrated opera. TS'hich will be shown nf three complete pans. This well-known and popular opera was produced and act- ed -by ihe producers of "Carmen." which was shown at this theatre some time ago. In addition to these stupen- dous photo attractions ihn Letbbridge' public will have their first opportunity of coating Srigety Anlol, the famous Hungarian violinist, who opens a three days' engagement at Siarlnnd on .Monday. -Mr. Antol was late court ist lo his Majesty the Einperor of Austria. During Mr. Antol's stay at Sturland he will demonstrate- to Gtarlatd patrons the truly wonderful music to he from the violin wben it is In the hands of a great artist. J'The Governor's Double" at the Em- prass This I? a picture wtih a purpose, nnd very roniantic, featuring' Paul 1'anzer in a double part in which 111 e illusion Is absolutely perfect. In or- der to investigate prison systems, tbe governor has himself up" by a Governor's Island, owned by, the H, ___-__I__i 'Ill Judge frlend lo h'm at government-, acd York's liar; situated :bor, is only l-welve minutes away (rom the subrtreasuty .Wall Street. The bank piesidents, bankers and oth'ers who signed the request now on its way to Washing- ton, point nut that in case of an, earthquake a of regular Uoops would be invaluable in protecting fin- ar.cial instilutions, iccluding tbe sub- treasury. .-I" I which time the governor impersonates a prisoner he has just pardoned. Thinking tho governor te lost, his fiancee begs the Judge, as ncr friend, to help find him, but while he ts writ- ing the writ lo release the governor, the Judge falls dead. Tbe situation is now very interesting; the governor Is in Jail, where they, believe him mad anJ his position is lafcon by the'inan Bijou Theatre As usual a programme of eaturfs wil! lonigbt be at-. the popubr Hijou. "in Slavery Days.'1 by the Rex Co.. in tvo is a charming romance of tho south, abouinJiug tu jmlhos ar.d rich liuraori- TLc Animated Weekly IB of unufr' ual Interest this week, Inasmuch as II Bliou-g Haldane reviewing cadets at Point. The Weekly shown at West Point is the oest and s the best and latest in the city, ame being only one week old at iKe me It Is presented. v; A EplendM comsdy. vletes P. bill that jwill surely "de- tght the most discriminating. V At the Sherman Ttie prcgramme selected for and- Saturday is one. tbat will com- mend itself to all lovers ol photo- play, and in excellence compares more tl3 an favora bly iv Itb a ny evei shown In tlie city, emlTscing dramatic patriotic, humorous and entertaining subjects. "The Charge of the Light' Brigade" will appeal to everyone, and v. is a capital reproduction of tho nobilv Ity of Britain's brave sons in. time ol warfare. Tine is Oeing eAhihtedi ,bs specal of the veterans wljG _.' glory In the Balaclava Charge as'Uha'' greatest achievement (although Tor) ever accomplished. The pro- gramme is by far the best sented. and is only a forerunner ''ol what pitrons may expect In the near; future. Remember, if Wilson good, it is so. day you are without a is so much pleasure lost o e Emperor of Austria POPULAR COUPLE WEDDED Brandon, Sopl. we rting took place here at noon today of CupUIn Robert Daly JIcQurrrlo to Kmilr Violet Orssr. Holh very popular here. The whols apparatus of tba No. 1