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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 22, 1913 THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Winnipeg Auto Races Tannhauser Opera The celebrated Hungarian violinist "SRIGETY ANTEL" Late Court violinist To Majesty the Emperor of Austria will play at each jxrformance To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day SECRET SERVICE SAM Special Friday The Dead Secret in three parts PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY Which Make Great Ad- vertJMment: for News of Busy Town B. o! hi, thlf kxUdttj had OWM ku W lUt on Fri- day of Imr eld taucMrt Mr. W. K. Hat- fleld who from Barom tc C. ef blj farm fct Noklv wW ln baroci on Friday. W. J. principal of tie CUresioim Nrm school ipent a abort Iwrt; Tuwday after- noon Ulkitti over wrUi tral fame who eipeot to enter the school at Claresnolin icon. T. K. ot Drovln- rial fUk River, where she has been visiting for a couple, morjthj, T. J. Tasker maie a trip to brldg> In hli auto last Saturday to go rtpatrt for his thrscblnf machine. have so much In tho Lcth bridge Herald lately about the .'bit yields of crops In the "south country irltliout a single report of. tie yield along lie Aldenydt line that w thliik It i> time lomeone In this par setting busy and doing lldl livcrtisfni. note that the to respondents living south of Let3 bridge aeem to think the yields of 2 to 30 buchels of whea't per acre ar BometilDK wonderful. If they "woul come up this "way and hear of soin yields that have been realized her year It vro-Jld make them opoti their eyes. Here are a few ylsMs that have been reported to us so far, and there are many-more like them: McK. Welsh raised 37 bushels of whM'l per acra; J.' K. Warnock 37 bushels; W. J. Shi'rwboa, H bushels; Wm. Rowe, 57 bushels, and D. E. Houie 51 .Tohn Chrlstensqn bad 391.t bushels o[ wheat per acre. 7J bushels of barley and 114 husieti of. oats per acre. think these-wi'l bear comparison with anything report- ed-so far frora tho wuth oo-mlrj.' LOSE MR }oocl Cultural Methods Requir- ed to Overcome Ravages of This Pest 'Alberta's cHmate is not tcspou- sible for half ot'the ciop failuies that are atUihuted to H. tte farmers fail to get the crop eipected the matter should be SHERMAN THEATRE TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW A Versatile Program of Unusual Excellence A Pleasant Evening For The Masses Famous VloUnitt at Starland Today Never before iti the history of Star- land, has any perlornianca Etlrrcd up (o much interest as that to be given at Uiis popular Uieatre tonisht. The occasion Is the flnt appearance in Lelhbrldge of the celebrated Hun- garian violinist. Mr. Antol. late court vtollnlBl to hla Majesty the Enapei-or ot Austria. In Eecu-ring lor its uat- rons such an artist as Mr. Antol, U shows idusively' Uial Starland Is t out. for higher Ideals in the particularly it good cultural methods' .Qjr 0[ providing entertainment for have been used, for the ctl worni, a5 well as the masses. to destruction. the efl worn Ud.jnany other tnterest- looks as H it KCM here to star, and ccenefi which occurred on thie it will united ac- ln winplpeg. Raymond, Sept, in thi district better thati they hive ever been, and are yielding bette titan'vu anticipated earlier la "th Farmers have- flnlsbei threahinf, and know what their re turns are: Al. Carter, off 350 acre an average of 27 buahele'of wheat C. Poteraon, oft 2 huthelB, and aome badly damage ty cut and wlro worms, but Borne, o iis yinMed 3S buibels or better. I Stone's yield far surpassed hla tatlons, ATtragiDK 33 bushels to th acre. Tho Knight Academy opened with heat beginning It baa yet had. Principal Bramvre'.l saya that Jie ex- pects the heat year for tho Academy and that considering the number re- gistered, and the crop conditions, will rome in more rapidly just as soon AS the threshing li over. Holmos left Tuesday room- ing for Uuelph, Ont, where ho continue his studies In agriculture'. Mr. Holmes has Iwo moro years to liut In at tho then tie will bring home his dogrci as Bachelor ol the Science of Agriculture. Mr. Holmes ears tfic school at Uuelph is one of the best on the continent While Mr, Holmes has gone to Ouclph other young people from Raymond nlll attend the school at Clareshohn during the winter monUia. Professor Stephens, the principal, was in Kay mond last Sunday in ttio interests ol tho agricultural school- Since the young people understand the.benefits cf a practical agricultural education as explained by Prof. Stephens, tlit-y arc planning lo attend at C'arosbolm this win lor. Magratb, Sept. new.. the. deats iu Xew York City of Ben F Rich, president of the Eastern State mission oE the Mormon Church, and brother to Adelbert C. and Alvin O. filch of this place, created wide- spread sympathy, as the deceased was one cf tho foremost missionary lights of his church, having devoted his entire life since attaining man- hood lo the foreign mission service. His name Is honored by hucdredB'oE people in the southern towns. Many, have labored under him as mission- aries, some have been converted by bis eloquence and logic as an am- bassador of Christ, nnd all have mar- velled at his fearless, untiring devo- tion to the movement nearest Jits heart. Ben E. Rich was a bora mis- sionary, and the expressions of re- gret heard on every hand Is a testi- mony to the high esteem in which he was held among the Mormon people. Preparations are now under way for the opening of the Klllson mill ere soon. The mill is being thor- ughly renovated throughout and a ood run is expected. The company s receiving an immense quantity of vheat these days and all of it'is of u'perlor milling grade. There is carcely any real poor wheat in the ountrv this ypar. of the homesteaders oa the c-ase are- taking advantage of' the opportunity afforded them by the in terior department to assist in. the larvesl. This Is a splendid provision on tho part of the Ottawa officials and t is appreciated by the homesteaders. Xext Sunday Is ward conference, in Magralh. The question of the divls half day. Today all the outfits are ng two separate-wards Is being much discussed and it is noi. improbable that this will receive some attention at the sen-ice tomorrow. The stake presidency will he in attendance, The rain of Thursday afternoon and evening stopped threshing for a half day. Today all Uio outfits a. e busy working at full speed. Josepli E. Alston, who has laborei _j a missionary In the central State misElon for the pajt two years, is ex peeled home this evening fro'n Sal Lake City. Klder Alston has la'iore principally In the state ol Louisiana. ly recently discovered in AlbecU, has been found to be. doing the majority "Labor Day iu Winnipeg." Slar- land's own production. Is another num- ol tbe damage to wheat crops; par- fcer wortby of special mention. in tic-jlarly winter The cut remarkable film Is to be seen the worm evil is just about over, though there will undoubtedly be some dam- age doue yet, but the natural ene- mies of the 'cutworm have doomed it to destruction. But the eel worn big Winnipeg street parados, fire de partment action, sports of i.Il kinds, the famous auto races which resulted BO seriously to three of the TEN CENTS SINGLE COOL The Empress COM. FOR1 MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY SPECIAL LUBIN TWO REEL FEATURE 2Sc. FOR THREE "The Stolen Symphony" v iMTcoccTiwrj awn FXr.lTING STORY 2 to 5-15 AN INTENSELY INTERESTING AND EXCITING STORY PATHE'S CELEBRATED WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PATHE'S INTERNATIONAL WEEKLY" Evening 7toll-15 Big Feature of Exhibition from Standpoint of Intense Interest lion iri'order to Its growth." Dr. C.-Gordon cMH of the entomological bureau ol the Domin- ion government, vlsitei tbe experi- mental farm Saturday, and made the above statement'to the Herald. Ur. Hewitt thinks that the- labora- tory, for entomological research and _ diy In. "Tan the celebrated opera. CranbrooV, n. C., Sept. 19.-The second and last (lay of the East Koottnay Industrial eiuluitiou oprr.cd bright end fair. All passenger trains iKnniuiuKr, i nil! alto be tonight In three had brought tbeir quota of visitors complete completing tbe best i antj one o'cloclc as tbe band lined feature programme over presented at popular Starland. Detective Story at the Bijou up on Main street the sidewalks and highways were a jam ol people and automobiles all heading the one di- rection, i. e., to the iair ground. The evperimcnt will be a great benefit to The- popular Bijou tonight will no i the farmers of-Southern Alberta, be filled to capacity In view of I ptcially as the work ib being done in the splendid two-reel feature the man- j .with the farmers. Kor-.jagement are presenting, "Secret Ser- j it'was necessary to handle all vice Sain." As indicated by the title he work at great dc- this extremely Interesling de was Little girls' race-1, Mar? Minn 2, Kthel Nicholas 3, Jessie Wood- Boys' race, CO W. Argue; 2, B. McNeil; 3, of M uic ;