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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta September 20. 1913 TIIE LETIIBRJDGE DAILY HERALD 3 TO-NIGHT IN THE ASHES" A Thrilling Story of Military Life in the West, with Perfect Dramatic Rendition, Present- ing Scenes of Battle and Wonderful Sensationalism FEAR FORM IE Think Too Many Restrictions Are Placed on Them by Governments IT'S A BEAR MIGHTY HUNTER A COMEDY RIOT MARIA ROMA BIG ITALIAN DRAMA Loce'Rcmancc COMING NEX WED. AND THURS. PRISONER OF ZENDA That i rancher B In ibis jjortlou ot Alberta who have Fovcral huodrcnd shunned CJucenstown harbor, wbcre ioe had been haretofore acc (o anchor. H is, therefore, as- wimed tbat the wilte concurred In the Cuntrd llnc'B boycott of Ibo port- Two hiinrtioil pas Fongere and fllteen thousand of'mall wc-re sent out on teuders tc Vie Olympic. TL Ihe In Monday The Place Starland The Girl Miss Portillo 10 thai effect tbat have been received f by the farmer's committee on Dloot Reserve grazing Tho complain is general that tbe pound laws aaN WITNESS-BOX St. John, -N.B., Sept.-. eaacs, arctised of uttering forged doc- imenta. WRS on the stand'nearly three lours this morninp, arid wna o a long acid severe cross cxamalna- ton by Attorney..: Baxter, assistant :o'.meel for Ihe Crown.. Amonff other fncls. Mr. Baxter (ought lo prove-that Isaacs bad the ormg for of land fa Saskatche- wan in a previous instance printed in St John. The Jungc took he" prosecution's TCQiieat to re-optti I heir case in order to allow tho cvi- dence of the proprietor "of the printing i house admitted. A startling- question asked by Mr. Baxter and successfully objccled to by Atlorncy Bnny, for tho defence, attempted to sbpiy that s hati two, ,one in on ar.d one In St. nse of ill the graae under eovernmont nToj ,.r "We'b'ope-you I.'- e a grazing .rate per head ap- peal "to the "people1 and profit- nble-lo. the GOT.C rnoient md lo the TEN CENTS SINGLE COOL COM. FORT The Empress. iREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM irkablt Two-Reel Feature by Kal "The Redemption" 25c. FOR THREE Matinees 2 to 5-15 Intensely Very Impreceive GAUMONT'Si WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT "IN THE SPRINGTIME OF LIFE" A Tiireo Reel Fathe i'la Evening 7loll-15 Grtst Two-Rfsl Feature at The headllner for Ine week-end pro- gramme provided for the pleasure of ir.dlans. Toe government should bejthe patrons of this comfortable bouse as miioh InlereBled In striking a fair of pleasure IE an eitra special and equitable rulo if, we ourselres. feature by the great Kalem Co., and we feel certF.In'this is the senll- [entitled and tells m.eoi ol eiers' stoctman and farmerllu'the highest class of mnvjng ricuire who has applied for (be leasing of the photography, a story of s-jch keen and grazing rights to tbo setUers In Interest that will grip Ihe at- liite'rc-si of advancing railed ot a11 6ee il (rom the Ruit oft It's the oil the wise carpenters always use lor lubricating the action partsotwrcnches.braco and-bils and all similar p tools, 3-m-One oil also keeps all culling, plan- ing and tnaving cdgcj brigKtand sharp bccaute no rurf can form they are not In ItaUo poshes all llw Wood I.ovc in a collage sclrtom stands t the strain- bl- being' Into A nianaiOD. Scene f'om ''The Country at Sherman Theatre, Oct. 4 MEAT NOW COSTS LESS PRICES LOWERED FOR CASH EKKHPEES-OAN KEEP EX- PENSES DQWN "BY BUYING' MEAT KEOM-US All Moats grown- in' the. district. No coltl .slorag'c slufl' liandkd.. Get (lie best and save money at the same time by buying from us for cash. Business Now on Cash Basis NOTE THE PRICES BEEF fltrloin RoflBt......... ,Ilib Roast........... Roast Tblr.k Hih........... Rib Slewing Beef Flanli Huff Hrlaknt Hecf......... Kirloin Stoak......... Porterhouse eieak RoanrJ Stcnk Sboiilfter Slcak CorncJ Ueef, per lb. Home Rendered Lafd I'all lOlb Pail Betf Dripping! 2tb r.ib j'jii IOTb Tail I'firo Pork I'or'K ami Reef Pressed Hcef .......f Head Chceso Itcfld' Cliecso, for per :rb. UVit 501 80c 85c MUTTON Per rb, of Mutton Loin Mutton 22i Rib "Roast .Mutton Shoulder Mutton........ Stew botn Cbops Sho'ilder PORK I.egp. Whole 18< Fillet End Knuckle T5nd trimmed Ixjtns, lint Rnonldcr Roast............ Pork Chops Shanks Pork Heads.............. Boring Lamb, Hind-quarters............ Kprir.g Chicken, dressed VEAL Fillp.t.................. 3Qtf Legs, whole Cut any Shoulder Veal idi of all ttlle to the finale. A most excellent comedy drama is to be seen In "The Ranch Owner's Love-Maklnjf." When It is stated that this picture is the production of the Mron Co., all Jovers of tte movies will know that 11 IK In the very test class and sure to be good. would remind o-jr patrons that the third of (be Empress specials, Gatimont's Weekly, will be projected tonight and tomorrow. These spec lals are unique and should not be mlased. To make you laufih: John Bunny, the king of laughter-makers, will be the leading character In "Cupid's Hir a great piece of fun, and one sure to get you. Coming on Monday and Tuesday The SriVinsllmft of wonderful r.itao rlay in three full reels, and celebrated Weekly. Remarkable Success at the Sherman For the week-end the presentation at this house with an enviable repu- tation is, withou; flattery, the most delightful series Ihe public of Lech- I bridge hare SVET seen. So high class re the productions now being recelv- d, It was somewhat difficult to select fitting programme for the week- nd. but after a very, careful selection result has been obtained that re-. loots credit on the management. For londay and Tuesday a banner pro- ;rarome has been arranged, including two-reel feature entitled "The Great )latnond Mystery." -W3ieu one slops o consider this great 'picture received irsl pilte In The Moil on Picture World's contest for the best story, II needs no better Recommendation. Two a.m.; 2.30 p.m. Westminster Market Phone 1O5S 13th St. N. Co'ojBii] at the Bijou Without. question the slronges drama presented in Leihtridge for sonifl time fill shown -totilght at jibe Bliou, "The Dead adapted trom the novel by Wilkte ColHos. The production Is capably handled and by the Monopol-Film Co., of America, recognized as one of greatest of fcfltuio Tilm manufactur- en. It is utlerlj- Impoealble lo con- vej: an adequqate.Idea of tha strength and beauty, of thin photo pity. Ono has lo sec It to appreciate Its In connection with the above-men- Uoned attraction the regular Animat- ed Weekly will be shown, crabiaclng all Ibo tmporlnnt Croats both In Phi- rope" and America, na well as a ling comedy. H to reraembtC the Animated Weekly shown at he Bijou is rttl hot. It being publish- ed in Now York iveefc Although the Sijoii is without ques- tion ono of the most popular ho-ises En the city, thn monasement feei thai A great many people do not tc-alUo Us superior Ono point In particular rvhtch we would like to emphasize la the fact-that the house Is ?o constructed that thero Is not a single seal from n-falch a can- cot obtain a clear and distinct of tho pictures, whether or not the rotvs in front occiipicd. The ven- tilation ii perfect. The music the best obtainable, and lie pictures clear and of tho bosf quality. If you MO nol.a patron of tho Bijou come tonight and sec-for yourself wholhtr or not the above statements arc justified, "Tha Country Boy'1 The great-big comedy bit the past New York season Is "The Country by Edgar Selwyo, which the Henry n. Harris Estate if 111 present at ne Sherman Theatre .on October The which' vlll present the piece here ls-a ver; strong one, and contains many lo- cal favorites. The name of Henry B. Harris alone Is a guarantee tbat the production be ot the highest class possible, The story of "The Country Boy11 If of a youth who to Xew York to win fame and fortune. Hit took of auo- ceas-'at he to the Hm- Nations of imall town. has a charming home! a good motW, and Eenstbls ill of whteb. he leaves behind. In N'frw York IB soon up In the maelstrom of itlmulus for his ambition, by attach-. busy world', and ioaea sight of tbe ,himself to a chorus girl, lie. wastes his and money oa her, and at I as l comes to the, cud of his rope when he'loses bis position. DIS-, ointed arid defeated, despair es him. When abo-jt to make awaj- with himself, he is caught In the firm grip of a man with a healthy ar.d tlc view of life, who labors hard, succeeds la restoring the sis original self-respect and .entbus-" iasm. The youth rettirm to bis town lo fight anaw'the great etniKle of life. He succeeds, uid wlai back-.' tbe E'T! has never let ber lo'vo' for him abate In the least. The play, teems with character studies of typl-' ad habitues of (be Whlta and aa contract-.we also tho healthy, sturdy ularly indigenous to tho qoun-.- Seats ore now on Rile at. the box-office. ALVERSTON RKCOVEKtHQ' London, SepL 35. Jxwd A ii practka'aly recovered from bit 11 arss, and a retnpBe occurs.'. it Is certain he wIM resnbae Lord Chlrf JufiUce'on October 12. l bring the greatest "relief .to the'" Administration, which Sir Rufun Isaacs for the position, but of tbe popular on Tbt world is all Bull. FA en, eartlfes rllUin on the huibaad in real life, v. IMPORTANT NOTICE Fruit at Public Auction Owing to [lie fad thai Ilic Bye-Laws prohibit Mr. Hay King from selling fruit in (he City, 1 have hecn instructed by him to hold-regular auction sales of fruit in Loth- bridge. Tbe first of sueli sales Vill be held on To-morrow, Saturday at three o'clock At The Corner, 3rd Avenue South, when Apples from the first crir, consisting of very fancy'. Gravensteins, King's Etc.. r; he sold (o the highest bidder. Xo fhrifly housewife' can afford lo miss Ibis snic. FRANK WADDI'NGTON, AUCTIONEER- ;