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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday; September 25, 1013 THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pagre 3 To-night only BPm'lifnr To-night only your favorite, "Warren. in 'The Scapegoat' A two reel drama well worth seeing Yes, its a Keystone I The latest PROF. BEANS laughs I .The best Clever Entertainer Appear in Wesley. is a'First Ranker To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day Within the Limit of the Law An absorbing Eclair tociety drama in two parti The theatre beautiful, with a good seat for everyone Sherman Theatre Salarday, October 4 HENRY B. HARRIS ESTATE'S Production of the Comtdy Success THE COUNTRY BOY By EDGAR A Real PlsUire of New Yorfc'i War." EXOEltBNT OAST SUPERS 10 BE mm Wnntpcg, -Man., Sept. Jag-'th'at Winnipeg was "Kit Ibicleen million dollar loasi tbis year 'lo finance, the Shoal I.aVc water sup- ply scheme, Trench financiers havo jtskcd, through' the Canadian' commis- sioner in 1'aris, for the privilege o liiddiog for ail or part of It. Tlic. loan-, will not be floated this year and.wliezi it- go to the money market offering the. best terms. CHILDLESS WOMEN ta .f j Mdcorre antj faYCWtcf many "Our first bib'y'f itroof md heallhj inH tlraaly usa I oi your GOTO YOSJ-- it, Oregon. "T OTTO my IK.F.D..X0.2, Tior lAlituna, "I >nj kwk I lall'ftTety opothat h I (i TinWum'biby. FUCHKX Qt-, Wa ni U I with ft iwe E. W. KINGSTON JOS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Revised Price List Grntlemnn's LUt Boys' Suits 1'aney Vests Overcoats. Ehort Overcoats, long 'Pants, long FRENCH DRY CLEANING i gulls, plain Skirls, plain Dresses Coats, long Alterations Repairs Jl.QO' 50c. 11.50 75c, r PRESSED ONLY suits 11.00 Suits 41.00 Skirts, plain............. 50c. Overcoats 7S-. Coats, 11.00 Long'41-CO Coals, 75o We Cull for and Return Promptly MISS GRACE BONN EH but- she is no stranger Q Alberta, and >vherpver she goes it s a case of crowdrd bouses and fie- ighted crowds. -Hhc interprets -the highest in dramatic art with wonder- ful ability and'to hear her once is to become a champion her claims to distinction. Sbe has won her way in to the hearts oi thousands aad Lcth- bridge people will" miss much shoult they or'crlook this. Among her sub jects are risrneralda, Uurnctt; The Taming of .the Shrew. The Hour Glass, Veates The Doll's House. Ibsen; Scenes from flays Sketches in Vent ti loan ism, ar.d Shor from the Poets. One admirer has'EaiJ Miss Bonne las ghen herself, ItEding her genius as an instrument.through which th spirits of alt ages may speafc with I IT ing voice to .the world of today 9Upland One of tho finest coltectipn of fea- urc nhoto-jlnys erer- produced is to Been at.ihc .tre tqnlsht. -In addition to (he greal ivo-pnrt drania "The Scapegoat.'' Rnrt latestAVccftly, Jean's a. Keystone comedy eature which win furnish plenty' of for all. Tomorrow tberc-wil] be iliangc of having aa-ihe icadllner, "The Flame ID tha Ashes.' i thrilling of military; life io .Iso tvost, superb dramatic rendi- .iofi. presenting sconea oi batlie and sensation, Bijou Theatre The famous French-Ampilcnn com pany of Cclair occupy premier post Eon at trie Bijou "tonight in the splen lid society drama "WtthfH the.Umit of tho lave." In two .The-set JB are notable for their beauty and elegance, the acting for excellence and :he exceedingly ctever and wcl orkcil-out. A brilliant sea slaty, "DUck jack's and Ihc" sparkling com cdy, "The Knight of Her Breams' complete a very deairablo evening's entertainment We can positively guarantee. Frl day's attraction, "The Head In three parts. Tliose that have '.cad the novel by Wllklo Collins rpmembcr itg peculiar faacinallon and strength It h3H been well said lhal'tho picture 5 worthy of tho author's At the Sherrhan The progTammc last night was thor ly appreciated, and reflects ci iG.A. LITKBOUim, 'I biTft oeeo{ tlia Iflnnt tlrlj TOU I are: C. R. 1012 H. etb BafTfclo, N.Y. "Kow I nlre .br ?'tl, the joy of IT Do _ ...'fcYi Ko. 1IT I So. St.. ior, Mur. oi fiofttlrotir _ now." I Mrf, A. A. RltM. N.Y., T Vr, It on the judgment exercised by Ihc .Vin.isrrrent In the efforts lo flense ho I nblic. of (he ivorkK of Cooper..tho Canadian, r.ovet- jt. Bhoul.-l see "The Deerslayer." Tha Is admirably enacted, among scenes nnlch bring very vividly [o nft> mind the pioneer days o( the Ca- nadian grent northwent. Tommy Alklns always hfin the enviable repnlallon of being Indies' man. anil this cxcmpHKed In "A Maid of .where his. wiles and smiles onamo'.ir a Burmese maid- en, and, contrary (o usual custom) ho constant anl -rclurns to India lo be wllh the woman of hfs choice. Dnrinc the slory many cxe.Mleol scenes of this counlrj'. of fanatfclam are stiovn. The progrnmme Is well balanced by H'o cJcellenl mirth producers, and Is one (hat will .commend itself lo all Jove re of hilh-clas Excellent Pic-turei at the A most enjoyable be general verdict of all who the EJmprfss show and same prograrouie will be seen ag- in, The career of the great Beau Brurn- mel vvas aptly In a. eeries plcuires, depleting the actual bap- leatngs of his life, and giving art ei- ellent idea of the quafnt coElntnes nd custoraR bt "the period 'of. the Georges. _ f "j The siacond Ptthe'a Weaklj' ot uu- iisnal and was greaUy 'enjoy- ed.. One of the laughable ways in which to succeed with your and overcome your rivals Is VQ in "Up-to-Date who ly puts one over them. Have you the-echo at the Empress? K riot go and do .BO. In "There AVere lobos this is great endl war- ranted to make smllos of the widest Kind.. f Friday and Saturday, "The Redemp- :Ion." and Gau- moat's Weekly. o Country "The Couutry Edgar Selvyh'a comedy success, which Uie B. Harris' Estate will At- the Sherman -Theatre "on Saturday, .Octo- ber 4, comes here the prestige of a five months' engagement at the Liberty Theatre, N'ew York; -two months tn Chicago, and three monlha in Philadelphia; ao catt and the same complete production that has been such n prominent factor In Its success vlicrover presented. The keynote to the whoTe play can be Bummed up in the npcech of Markel, the newspaper" man, when in tho third of the play, he saja: "Some men have-not slaylDK qualities, and-lay down. Out (hose who have tho right Stuff En them icfuae to as'xnowlodgo they arc. licked, so thoy shut their teeth hard and 'go at It once more, Perhaps they pet another solar plexus hut they're up at the sound ot tho gonK, and they keep coming up' In spite of their knockdowns, world Realizes they can't down, and go la.forced lo make a place lfor A Tlian Is never ft failure Her work' is a. mission her program something more'.than an entertain ment. This is one; of Jjie best things the, enter fainmenV Jir.s tanked Montreal, Sept, ihrec hun- ar.d fifty of ihc Trades Labor Congress o' Canada, at the .Auditoriuri hall, tliis inoming got Ibrough more business in just over an hour "than they had accomplished in the ureUout days. Tlioy deaH TCJsOluilons fiorn the different, ntons" affecifog a variety of subjects, ud wltout exception endorsed them II. They listened to a brief ad- ress froci President W, J. Kirby. ot la International Brotherhood of Car- penters "and" Joiners, who told them h'at their opportunities for work In aoada was unlimited. "Tho following tek-sram wa? dee- atchod to George- who IB n jait at N'anaimo, In connection with he Vancouver1 Island coal strike: "The Trades and Labor Congress of in conve-ntion aEBemblwl In he city of Montreal, extends the sin- ere of- 345 delegalos, enunp wage directly, and indirectly, one fraternal lelegate from the British Tradec Un- ona Congress, repreFAnang of the United Klogdom, and one fraternal delegate from the American Federation of repre- Benting wage workers of :he United Elates, bekAUBe of your im- the jail at Nanaimo, B. C., as a defender of the rights of which proventc you attending this coovention as a. duly SHERMAN THEATRE To-night Methods of t ntertainment and ducation [ethods Interestingly Portrayed TEN CENTS SINGLE COOL The Empress WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY A Grand Vitagraph Production COM. FORT FOR THREE Beau Brummell" Being In tht life of the Greatest Dandy Known, In Hlitory A Highly Interesting and Instructive Play Matineeil 2loS.15J PATHE'S WEEKLY NO. 44 OTHER GOOD ONES Evening 7loll-ia IN SEW RACE elected delegate We lender our jest wishes for your triumph over (he powers against which the United Mine Workers of America are lighting-, and express the hop? that bojb you and your Imprlsoaed comrades will be al- lowed that freedom which the despotic ruling class has temporarily and forcibly taken from C. Waters, president; P. M. Draper. E ecr elary Fred Bancroft, vice-presi- dent." The Congress resolved fo MRS its povrers to get enacted a bill vrfalch will make It unlawful for individuals, corporations, or associations to em- Port Arthur. Out., Sepi. caus? of a piece in the paper they believed ivas inspired by officers of the AsslniboEa and to the effect that the Assiniboia had beaten hcrou a trip across Superior Sunday night, Knglnetr Wilson and officers of the Haraoaic yesterday laid their plans to trim ihtir long time rival on the return down. Things worked out so that the Hamonic, Ihc -Northern Navigation here sis and a half minutes behind the Assiniboia. Three hours later she had overhauled her rival, and at the Soo this Ing were reported as arrived, Hamon- ic at 9.15 and Assiniboia 10.30." Hum- ors of the Impending race spread about the city yesterday and great crowds watched the two giant liners sail out of Thunder Bay .with the black smoVe helching from their fun- in. many a day and 1st -should be. reserved ploy aimed men on their for any purpose. _ Touching on the mailer of pickets tho police altitude towards them, ncls in made by Columns. The time to the. Soo was re.; TO REACH PORT MANN EARLY NEXT. YEAR SAYS REPORT Vancouver, Sept. on he "C.K.R. is wcU up to the 100 mile mark west of Kamloops and is to reach the ead ihc year. Kconi the_Port Mann end of (he line 120 mites'of t-iack has iwn completed. This) leaves a lolal of mites jradcd to te finished and 120 miles oi tcel yet to be laid before the sec- :ion ot the new transcontinental bt- Wccn Kamloops Port JIann is eady for through traffic-, It is anti- thai the remainder o! the grading and track layfng will-be corft- ilete-d early next spring. ntll he admits It himself." .Toe of seats opens at the box office on next." Hamburg, Germany, Sept. 21. tlamhurg-Ameriran line, while- _ Cfnriing- river Kibe during th night, collided with Voc wcgian steamer N'orgc. The fine struck ihCj Norgc a glancing blow o the starboard side, ripping Iwr ope below the The Xorgc san Immediately. There were no ties oireither vessel. "The Oral Wa dmce Iclt Philadelphia for this PUT 11. the delegates resolvtrt to bring pres- near on municipalities to give as fair a measure of protection to the pickets as they do to the other citi- zene, and that" their actions be of a peaceful, Instead of a warlike nature. It iras resolved to hear addresses from the fraternal delegates toinor- morulng. and elect the officers i Friday afternoon. PAIN IN MY BACK BJilLGOHE Since I Sola Ben! Bin PiHs ClTUirCR N.S. January ijtd, "About a I waa .sufferiag so much wilh dreiuKil Back HiprS, thil 1 could notsUndnpstTiiJzlit. I KU lafonued by friend aW'-rt GIN TILLS. I got a box.. helped immediately. I fuvt Ulten about twelve boxes tnd the piios in my back and hips are. ill gone. I cannot speak too highly of the wonderful eff eel s of your GIN B. C- DAVITX Liniments and vton't cure caver Tttc'o the part JacaiiHnf tbe pain, The U witblbt KWnr.ys and yon Bias I cntft the Kidneys la order to the piife GIN PILLS cnire aickt KfiJt Dublin, Ireland, Sept. settle the strike here have been nitialed by the Lord JIayor, is on the subject ith members of PnTJIamcnt from lha ;ty with a view of finding a basis or opening negotiations. It is leportcd that'Sir George wlth. the Board of Trade's "strike set- who has-Just settled the trou- lea of tbe London 'bus men, has been nrited to mediale here. The Xalional Transport Workers' "ederatlon at a meeting in London, lecidod lo try aod arrange' to have iim open ncgoUations for a settlement >f thbir ttpubK GIK drite every joe. a box, 6 for you write National Umifrd, ToroaJo XAfcOA-TONB 1LOOD AND NEtVR TABLETS My 199 m SEIHDT is Borne men tnow arp not doing (heir best somebody. unless they are doing A Scene From The Country A Boy Ocfober 4th At the man Theatre AUCTION SALE To-morrow, Friday, it 11 o'clock oa the premises, comer of Sth St. and 7th Ave. FRANK WADDINGTON (s favored with Inelnictlons by'Mrs. M. leaving the city, to sell by auction anfl without reserve Household Furniture and effects, Oak Dining Chiirif, Eitendlne Dining Tabla, Sectional Book Casts, Solid Oak Rockers, Massive Oak Morris Chair, superior Oak Roll Top Desk fitted Tvith drop drawer system; -Manhattan Typewriter, Solid Oak Office Cbair, Dining Room Carpet, Axrainster Square, 14 voluraea Modern World Dictionary, worker of Rooeevelt, IS volumes; breech loading Shotgun in, by L. C. Smith, OaX Chiffonier, Sanitary Couch, Oak Dresser and Stand, Brass Mounted Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Ostermoor Standard Treadle Sowing Machine, Curlalns, Bed Linen, Oalna, Glass, "Leader" Refrigerator, -'Majestic'' -6-riole Range tn splendid condition; a quantity of bottled Fruits. Sealers, etc. The Sale will o'clock in.the morning when tho smaller articles win be sold. The Furniture, Beds, etc., will be offered at tho afternoon sale at 3 o'clock. TERMS, CASH. AUCTIONEER'S Paris, France, Sept. French government, it is understood, today ndtcaUti lo the leading Ftanch bank- ers that It. still not consent to any for- eign loans being issued on the market or admitted to the Bourse af- ter the French government iias effect- ed its ovrn loan lo meet military re- quirements. This decision applies also to the Balkan states, whose agents nave re- cently been very actiTe In arranging loans In Paris. Mciko Is also Includ- ed. SLATED FOR THE BENCH Vancouver, B.C., Sept. is re- ported ibat W. A. Macdpnald, former- ly a Well-known JlanltoTiii lawyer, who for some years beep practicing In Brltlslh Columbia, has been chpien by the Dominion government for the Su- preme Court bench here. Mr, Mac- donald lived in Briinrfon, Man., from JS82 lo ]897. He i member ot the city council of Brindon In 1S93, and became leader of Ine Conservative organization In the -Manitoba'legisla- ture, lie practiced In N'elson from to 1909 ,whco ha moved to the coast IMPORTANT NOTICE Fruit at Public Auction Owing lo the fncl thai the Bye-Laws prohibil Mr. Ray King from selling fruit in the City, I have been insfruclctl by him lo hold regular-auction sales of, in-Lcih- bridge. The first of such sales will be held on Y Saturday next, Sept. 27 three o'clock Al The Ilcil Corner, 3rd Avenue South, when'Apples'' from Hie first car, consisting of very fancy Gravenateiiu, King's Etc. Will he sold io ihc highest bidder. N'o thrifty housewife can'afford lo miss this sale. FRANk-WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER ,j ;