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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 rf7' "FOR BETTER OR WORSE" intrthprs BIJOU THEATRE The Jealousy of Jane and Idol of Bonanza Camp A progrwn consutent with Bijou quality, at all times the best tL HAVE 10 PETTY THEFTS IN 'FRISCO MINT WILL ENTAIL A LOT OF WORK Quality The Empress Comfort MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY The Springtime of Life" A Marvellous Threc-RMl OTA ma Pathe's Weekly THE FIR8T OF THE EMPRESS THREE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT "A REGIMENT OF TWO" Tha Mott Laughable Two-Reel Comedy ever Filmed Transform Your Home Kith the New Wall Papere The season is you will spend most of your time in the house. Arc your rooms looting dingy'! If so; phone for us and we will advise you as to the host way to make llicm bright-and cheerful at a smull cost. JfOW IS THE BEST TBIE FOR OUTSIDE TAINTING WELLINGTON BROS. PWERHANGERS AND PAINTERS KALSOMININQ AND DECORATING Residence: 613 101U Streot S. Store: 310 ShcrlocV Building. Phone H12. phoab 1752. Grandma Never Let Her Hair Get Gray yoirthfuT, glossy ind with common garden Sige tncT Sulphur When you dartcn your hair wilh Sage Tea and Sulphur no one can tell, because It's done so naturally, so evenly. Prepar- ing tills mixture, UwugliT at .homo- Is muasy and tiouble- aomo. For 50 cents you cnn -ljuy ot aar. drug store Ibc rcadr to use tonto called "Wytth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem- edy." Tou Just .dampen a sponge or soft brusli Jt and draw through your hair, .latins oae small strand at a time. By morning, all "gray hair disappears, alter, another application or two, your hair bficomc beau ti tv] glosBj- and tuzurlant You aleo daodrurt is gone and hulr stopped falling. Gray hafr, though no it a sfgD of old age, arid an we all deBiro a youth- ful and tltractive appearance, get busy at once with fVyeth's Sage and Sulphur and look years younger. Hot on Trail of Train Bandit Oskaloosa, .Sent.' For Rheumatism, Rest and Recreation Visit" Boulder Springs. Mod- ern Hotel, European plan. Elec- tile Lights. Up-to-dato healing plant. Telephones, hot and cold running water In room. The most modern bath house in the Northwest. Rooms ?1.00 per day and up. Cafe prices reason- able. Special ticket at one and one- third fare for lhe round trip. Sold at all Great Northern sta- tions In Montana. V.artington, D- C., Sept. United States mint' at San Krancisco- has been r'obbed, although it is ue-j lievfd the; amount IJ small. Treasury officials today confirmed-, reports olj the coinage plant at] tie coast. it wiii: require a for dolUr count o! o! silt'w atote4 there to" discover the exact low. On- ly 57 hare'betn totud to be missing up to thii but the circumstac- (S indicate that tte suin will be iii- cr-ased. George'E. Roberts, director oi the. mini, today .said undoubtedly thai there had been'a Kfceme of pet-, ty piltejrir.g, "but'he was ronBdent no great amount had fcccu stolen. Tiie stealing, was trom the! great stack of silver dollars stored in j bags containing ji.OOO each. In a tew; oi these bags it-was iound tbai one. or.two dollars had been taken aud: iron substituted. The small amounts stolen from each tag led Mr. i Roberts i6 believe that the, thefts' had not bcca extesBive. GDI BIG SEP HUNDRED -ON THE MOUNTAINS NEAR WATERTON LAKES Larger Hotel at Waterton Lakes Sfiemian liieatrc TONIGHT TheGreat Diamond Mystery IN TWO REELS tnii galmd flr.t prlie tn cchtett offered by Motion Pic- ture World. "Ckckmited" Intense Dramatic FroJuct Slippery Jim .Repents" Piscuer Creek. Sept. R. Low of Cardsion was in town this week and i-eport-s having brought down the argest eheep'tbat Saa bte.n'taken in tlie Rockies (his season, ia company with Carl rjantelson; an old timer in mountain experience, Mr. Low. uj> Pass Creek west of Oil City, in search of hie game. They were but a day when they, spitu a sheep which fell a prey to Mr. Low's rifle. It took part of a day to get the car- cafis down the mountain to the rack trail, where it was quartered and put on ji horee. -TJic carcass when-deliv- ered ot the Hassard Hotel "weighed nearly 400 pounds.. .The. ure something over 17 Inches '.at. the- base and are perfectly formed. .'At soon as Mr. Low returns to his hopie the head vnll'he sent to Calgary for mounting. Another trip Trill be made for hear and Mr- Low la that before going home he will get' a Vi'ntertoa Lakes, Sept. pro- position to link up Waterton lational I'arlj-'with Glacier Park eems. to be taking visible form In the lib a of new hotels and chalets on trail connecting the two. Lewia ros. ot were over it week conferring with Proprietor issard'Of the llassard Hotel, and ark Supt Brown, oa the matter ot reeling at Chalet at the head of Wa- erton. Lakes. An application has J. G.'Brown, Park supt; at-Water- ton Lakes, was in" town'this week o; persons were lield in .the Tucaioosa Ho reports'things "prbo have heec guests of Mr. and Mra. Talt at the manse and at Walertbn Lakes, returned on Fri- day after spending tho summer in the mo'Jnlalris. 5ir. Freeborn leives for his home in Hew'Hamburg, Monday and'will probably return to Alberta next spring. He has become enamored of the and will Invest in land In the yjcinlty of Cardston. Frctborn and her mother, 'Mrs. Robertson, leave at the end of next week and will Join Mr. Freeborn at Winnipeg. W. McTJ. Tail drove put to Waterton Lakes'on returning Friday, Mr. Tail that tho hotel Is about to close pnd the rciort ceiuc to enierlaln tourists al Iho end of this week. The mounUfna west 0! Cardflon aro carrying a plentiful supply of .snow. Btm'.DOlng Monday unow to fall on the high mountains and by Wednes- day (.be were also covered. The hills around ;CalJwell and 'Mountain Vlew'had snow on theni tilt Thursday and W Ved'nMday and Thursday mornings the ground around Cardslon was frozen quite hard, The, electric "lights have been on tho'tetirili court-al SU Andrew's manxfd-'aad ift again th< t "The Country Boy" tells the of many a boy who has gons forth Into the great but, vnfortoA- tive which the Henry D. Harris Estate will present at, the Sh c: (nan Theatre ,on_ Saturday next, October But that the pathway of the country youth In the hlg clly (3 well illuslrnted.hy-the- hoy whn Is Iho central' figure in, tho story' of this play, it took tbe-.oider man who had sounded the o' the city's treachery and 'deceit to.rV the friend to bring them' home in .tine- and are lost In the. whirl ot biff (own and become derelicts' and wriecto along the wayside ofllfe. Beau are now on sale at the box office. Prices 50 cents and Jl.OO.', The Bljou't It Is a matter of constant wohoer to patrona of the Bijou how the rnanaifr raent can show itreh consistently splendid programmes and 'cbansTft (Sally. Vet it oeJng done, as hun- dreds can testify, arid tho class of tertalnment In the future will be evea better. Tonight's programme Is no ex- ception to this happy rule, the subject ''For Belter or a prediction to. credit'any T'_ a thorquihiy rivirt and fascinating mariner It deals'with the a drug user, and his Wife. It is lit- tensely and, rrioreoTeif, brings itlth It a realization terrible ravages ot i' Besl enemies, Tn lighter rein, a splendid coned, la shown, as well u a cm ploto-play. 'TorflpTTOT a fentare of-lmrnente tercat will be tiro feels, Motion: piclnres .are th'oTii at Bijou under ideal c space, good music, a teft from which you oau I ni UM neck. ".'v'-Jj ;