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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta September 21. THE DAILY HERALD To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day ;'War in the Phillipines' Three reels of strenuous excitement A faifare mry day A food seat for everyone Program changes daily wotk.r f iMrinf Mr. Aitol, tte rloHoIM. TSr. tor' vu cturl to'kU th. Awtrlt; lirtU heart 4urtot ato-tttS lonljht. Ai of tie rtion AJiferi, At tfca motion t' of iatareet and Yltajnph Co. to OopWa -worki it, ytrkaji, one of ivortra, and in hull' ot an feljiM frt iawBrrov at tnli 'new at of ,-rtfcsk '.ntcr- t'nanjBard tfarut-- hi Mils raat coo MAGUATH IMH.NG'S WARD CONFERENCE-ANGLICAN CHURCH PROaRea WITH MEMBER'S SPEECH TO- DAY Dr nson JJrama 'and Stttnvkv. 'irjjrl.fiiilififcirfrn't71 nipt ftnfiii i 'The Vte, K Co., ud The Scapegoat A gripping story in two parts Love, Hatred, Intrigue, Jealousy Hear trie celebrated Hungarian violinist Szrigety Antol late court violinist to the Austrian Emperor Sure it's a Keystone Prof. Bean's Removal A irom the fun factory SHERMAN THEATRE To-night ntertainment and d u c a t i o n Interestingly Portrayed in anply at the In W Wl Co.' for of tiili ll Htftlf. Kulu- Hf> rrs to Thlt pro- a.ihi hr Ml.wt are utvnt of ftMVm FAY Is nun rruliw 11 hlfh K.H. mu; Ithorwi an It- teal i karrtit for YEN C1MTV 91NOLE COOL COM. FORT SSc, FOR THREE The Empress WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ..A Grand Vlligraph Production Beau Brummell'' Kllng ttn ol the Oreatfit Dandy Known-in'Hlttory A.Highly fntercBtlng and Instructive Play________ Msyrath, Sept.-33. Ttt cocttrccce ot beM atteiuocr. in tlie au- Jitorlum ot tte public nhool, gtuti- (yir.E tepoits bting sibmlttod tiom all o! the auiclliaty is vfril as from Bishop I.evi }Iaiker. PifsiJent H. S. Allea, KWtr Thto- doif Brandler and 0. H. Snow, tie staVe presidmcy. vcif in anl ssn-.e lictly aa- on matttis ot-imvortaace per- taining to the spiritual and tcnipor- In tepottinj the ward, bisbop slated that so tar as lie was everything vias tunmng-sicoothly. a spirit ot 'content'niKit ptetaillng anong the pMipIt." He severely Mt the ol bis able counsellor, the. late- P. G.'. nhose departure mourned throughout ihe entire mmunitr. SpeaVirig ut the propos- atv chapfl, the sptaVer said that e tllolmrntE had' COT been made, d that vdth the generous o3er of general church authorities at Salt ale to pay dollar.ior dollar, he iiMent.that actual work would he.- a fifteen ibousic'i dollar Mi- ce in a tew reports were by following Mrs. C. Jer.sen, the L. M. 1. A., Mrs. B. Matvin, the. imarr association W. H. Hindley, e V." M. 51. 1. A.; E. Branion, the unday school, anC Mrs H. Loom the' Women's Relief Socirtr. Kid John T. Henlnger, a vtferan arch worker, spoVe btirfty but oiatcdly on The principal address was delivered T Elder Theo. Brandley, ot Stirling, hb 'dwfli chiefly on tie splendid or- anUatloa of the church of God, ointinp out the .po'.er.cy of s-jch ?ertect system- providicg eiery moni- :r thereof was doing his duty. President- Ailed closed the confer- eoce''in'a characteristic address, full wisdom and inspiialioD, He ap to the people io work as t unit in the building of a new church rtd hoped that it be ready tor and U sipected lhat.lf c.ondttlons fa orable, the big building, xvhtch n J txm 71 C Otntacat; liim r.ffii AiM. -I ft M (k tkM wtio aar< ruaWld M MV (4 kM comwc b'Jt to tfn OIIMM a fair Mai" MtaUdU rnrft, OcV U, InntVoi Ciihnra wratovi havt nott lir of It, ikll tU lotb ilcti, turn, olMU miOrttnt, rKti iO-y. skta AdlrWl M TM'.tr Drue DM. V. f. A. vecks. The Edmonton despatch published throw their arms ato'ut each other, jdangfc of cproutlpg Is In It lurnloj; out that raey were- Ions lost broth ore. Kony years ago they him left Berlin two orphan boys, and embarked tn a tailing vessel to st-ck Uielr The ship was wrecked off the coast quantities that trie forces tbetn to demand ship ping facilities. Under present condl- tlonj, no danger of congestion U felt. o[ Auslrnlli and and eogers "were forced to put off in hoate. The hrolbere beoame leparated and r each again untU Uie-y Each had mat each olhor supposed the other dead. CASE WAS WITHDRAWN Regius. Sart., Sept. against James D. Scott; charged witn atte'mptexl murder of tasfnm partnw, H. B. LowU. vaa this morning In Snpreme Coort' BROTHERS MEET IN STRIKING WAY AFTER AN -ABSENCE OF FOBTY YEARS-SCENE IN A NEW YORK HOTEL Xoa- York. Sept B. B. Waldman, of Sydney, Australia, who has been stopping at a ioral hotel on a tour sitting In the rcafn {lining room of hotel on evening, t page passed crying: "Call fonMr, Sup- poaing the call was Tor htm, Y. C, Waldman look the roeasAge. but found U to S. C. Waldman, not for safd Waldman, re- turning the Kiegram. Because of Iho slmlUritr ot narca to hfs followed A ruddy faced rain In a rttiote corner of. the dlnfog room viotsd to he Sam- ThaTGet ,'Em Are Oiled WithS-in-One tue and recommend 3-in-One OfL1 a every gun they Onager, the5 estrtdor, brrak vrttj weiy Ofl Qewii bafreb made and out, roaoves randtie o< black powder. Sinks in .o the pom of the roeUj-and sUyt, tbtcMr pnveating and twmsh in 'alto deani and pob'tKes tKe stock. H tOtd 1Q ftu KOOQ hminTKTCf rocerr wJ Korea, I MV 3 25c; 8 50c, THKEtlW-ONJ Ofl, CO, TS. Oil (or Emy I U." ;