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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1911 T 11 E M5TH BlUntj E... UAlf.Y II It A l-1) pAGETHREr. MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES CONSTIPATION RELIEVED ycuk-ellikecOMiiriglxxik 1 I to tiumk us for telling you a'jouMheiii, No. 1 Nor. No. 'i Nor. No. 3 Nur. Nor. y Xor. 1 Ue4 No. 3 lied Ko. 3 Ited Ko. 1 lid So. No. No. ...CS ......tit ......W then come back any way, HE J xdc us to jive you back is al ......73 strong as we-.'un [ th'S itn-l No. 2 llfd we want t'jinskeil strong, KU 3 ......W lure that Reiall tns the No. 1 ......Cl' Unrel trade. MRS. MABEN WAS MA WELL THE HOLY AN EASTER LESSON TSio lillfs can loach us a. as we ivalch their blossoms uu- fold at Ihe lirst Bentle lhn resurrection period of Na TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS '1'hc a I today were ac follows: .Wheat- October July i Nu- .mi r.K them, and make yon fetl great. They pnvinotr easy urd regular bowel action, i help tn Md aM of M> muth lo ________...... _._ ___illy period two thousand yearn aw. vrtwi sivcolilyieiiijloniiy'ntrf and often leave the watchers in the i-arly the bo'xek in worse condition than ever, tho j They tailo lairfy and Lv-tti clKl'lrc-l ,5 aud like them. They are particalarly IOQ.J for i j, I-1010 children ind for .Iflicatc and Ofcecl pti.pX loft- ltX-.2iX-.5a-. ay The ncthois ol '1..C- Refill 'Stores, and in this lovra only o! us. J. Illgtiibotliain Co.. Limited. By Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- table Compound and Wants Other Suffering Women To Know It. which i r relief and oftfc October........ l Closin" Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northun........... Mo. Norlljern >To. 3 Northern.......... No.- ti................... I'efcd No. I Winter............ >.'o. Winter .Ko. :s No. 2 C.W................ JC0.3C. Ko. I........- Jlejccted................. Teed Ko. 1 X. W. C............. No. 2 C. MlnneJpoljl Wheat Open FLORA HAS 100-LUNG POWER Hl'I i Shrieked Sa Loudly in Police.Court MaalstriU Wasn't In It ,t resurrection IJPIIOJ of :ul do wo recall treat to wnte to you for a long time ,hich have done for tie. I .lawn rf- ioj-M? HEsij- wa i'A- surh tired, worn oat ftv'jngs, rick hevl- and dizzy Doctors Ji'l "4U 33Ti 4414 -11'.i -AiTll Mrs.] Flore IJrnniniond.' the militant sulfra- ?ette. siirleked so loudly ivhen she arraigned today at till po- f.ici- court in couueaiou T.-ith the suffracetto dltlurbances at the domonstrallon hi.Hyde 1'nrk oil Saturday, that she tad tn be forcibly removed. She- would nol allow cither (he maglstarlo or tUe i.tosecutor lo utter an amllble word. When Mrs. bruimnond enierr.l tho i havr- -o wondfrfully stagi-d this sub- lira'.' drama that cno seems to Uve a bail of ibis cry. "The Holy Cliy" will bt-.thu CooJ Friday utlraiilon at Sherman, ,-inl clal malineo.for HunJay school cbss- s be tiic-ii on Friday. S.'als iro m sale at the Has ofliie. a f'jtlercr from female weakness RETURN OF PANTAGES tlw K. fink- haa aix) Sar.ative Wash. 1 am now well ar.-l atrorig and can do all own work. I owe it to Lydia E. I table Compound and want suffer- itif women to'know stout I II. E. MABES, 211 S. Spring, St., Mur- freesboro, Tenn. farrious remedr, the medicinal Daily 10c-25c oo0 Sherman Theatre at o.ou 25c-35c-5Cc To night torcat Flor d'Aiiza Tracy, Goetz Tracy AND THEIR EDUCATED ROOSTERS ENTERTAINERS Loigi Picaro AND HIS 7 AMERICAN WHIRLWIMQS CLASSY TRIO OF ENTERTAINERS The Halkins THOSE COMEDY SHADDWGHAPHIST3 TUB F1XKST 1'HOTO for Good Friday and Saturday _ RIHLICAL The Holy City GRAND BIBLICAL DRAMATIC PRODUCTION A DELIGHT j (By Argus) j Mtjvc j-oats and herta, has for iwarly return 10 the- j-orty yraTR proved to bo a a letter ainlteiiCB lhan that I of the female, organism. Women everywhere beer willing testimony to the wonderful vir- tue of Lyiiia li PinVham's VegeUble Compound. Why Lose Houe. Ko woman suffering from any form r____________ Tn-o jun nours 01 rent cntertiin- j of trouble itould hope un: the .ton of her voice that she j across the'foot-[ til she has siver, I.ydsa E. ftniliam t anyone, hut Uersel; to bu, de- Vegetable. CompounJ a fwr-trial. lizhUul and the conlidence .ir.siiirc-d If sperial adiire irrife (o which greeted the si'Irndld bill Eentcd last night, but once'tilt rub- llc learns that this nounlnr UO-.IFC has jKain succeeded in brinplng sood isudeville lo Letlibridge, better hous- Wlieri Mrs. Drummond enierr.l bc iirisoner's enclosure, ahu Ehoulud at Jul) 0[ renl speak ui-caube.'-slie said.'the magis- trates and 'police courts were dolu's I the dirty work of Premier Af.-iuith. .125U I Close i S7H! SS'5 [She then proceeded lo bombard the court with volleys of verbal ahropuel until sho was carried out by the -lens. sented a vrosraminc that peofle will' ATTEMPTED TRAIN .WRECK elections. cioseil on account Watchman Beaten Into InJencibllily and Spiket of Track-Drawn sboat in favorable vein. feature of the bill V. Hill, insensible, and removed the Eulkes from ft--.rail. Track-wnlkers discovered Mill's plight and bronsht him lo a hospital. Pliy- flriaiis said he misht die without re- gaining consclousncis. ficeU. Miss Edna Tracy li se'enis; Ii: surpassiUK Iie'r is still more or less handicapped steers, 1 cboic'o Jiutiiw and ur. S% to -lOOOllis nnd C.-i en lieifer's to choice ami UP. to good "tat butcher cows am ;ieifers 5.0'J.lbs. and.tip, SVJ to C; good fat buli's, to lat stags. IVa Snrlug. MO- BO'O, VT'41.110, 7; dllto. 400 _ rrs 600; (litlo, owes, C-50. "liinbs-Uhoics srair, fed Is clioice yearling lambs, riolice that >ve have -oa laOllia. to MOlbF. special mention as a clever pianist, j who .has an admirable manner. js gmi nipre or tess nanuicappeu analysis of rag-time is, ' j cold, and sings "Rebecca from and she is a very clever comedienne, j siinnybroofc Kann" Loigi 1'icaro and seven Ameri-. jKouWundo'ableilly can whirlwinds, uphc'.d their cy.clo.nej l-'bur'. shipped [roni l to Con- no is packcii in tin lined wooden huv- es, all'parts building jnalerinl' by -.the natives. -ook Farm" tonisht, wiiieh -malie'a hit with y iwo-rctl feature, en- title, and cvecuted. a, number, of IEARLY DIED OF- STOKE IHjIE BUDDER GIN PILLS SAVEP HIM 513 JAXES ST., 1UU1I.TON-, OST. years ago, 1 tatcn down i with vrhst the doctors callc.1 Inflanma- tiou of The inlcnie. pains I o buck loiua, ind difiicully in unn- nllng, and Hie attacks, which became ;ony. 11 nit; Torcat and Flor il'Allza. with their oue of is iescueil by a educated kings of the barnyard, pro- who iu Iove ilcr ent a higHlj''nitercEting anrt.nova; C.I.- Their cley- r anil reflect wor.deifiil raiicuce of raining.' Whether it is necessary for heir trainers to sive vent lo ihetr spontaneous hubbies of garrulity or not is a question, tut doubtless 'tha birds -aro being taaght Ihp. Euglish arguage.. and- the lessons-- are. -as amusins as their stunts. Ko'.ir reels of 'plioto-playa complete the- lillt. and Iho' drama "The Sword of Damocles." featuring ttie r Irving Cummlnes. is: alone the hisliest price ol auraii-sion, PRICES STEADY The liepartineiit of labor's index dumber' of wholesale prices rosr- Fllshtly in slandme at S3 cotnpareci' with In February, In March, 1313. The moro important increases uccuricd ;n trains anintale nnd meats iDspecially canned sal- iiton nprlcz, beans, ifltatoes. pour, ratn-.eall -licefhides anil mnakrat skins. Important ilccrcascs occurred In egts. Jlite, brass, and Ocad, and in some grades of.pine. In retail prices, beef, real, bacon flour, ..leans, prunes and potatoes were upward, while there .was a sen decline in engs, and butter show cd a .WINTER WHEAT IN U.S. IN- GOOD CONDITION Washington. April av- rraffe condition ol' winter wheat on' April 1, per cenl. of a nor- ivith 9I.C list year; SO.tii'ln 1912, and for Hit: ten yi-ar Deiiirtment of Agricul- ture reported tbtiay. her homo ami eventually his discover she is it'leper. her away, a'ld ho insists on Hoiiis rtith her.. The.end-is rather, extraor- dinary. At a tirre. rrhc-n he rleeps. In preference "to'ruining his life by I stayins with him. she does a'lyay with CUNARDtlNE SERVIC.ES 1 Kentre'fcl Jflir "Ttrpool Adriatic' The Fisusl I'apJcngM Mail -Serricc In AQUIJANIA LUS1TAN1A MAURETANIA 8T. CO., I> WIKMIFIO Essanay FetxlUre Two Reeli Stigma" AN EXCITING TALE OF LOVE AND SACRIFICE The Stolen Plans" A DRAMA OF THE ENGLISH ARMY "When Friendship Ceases" A. REEL OF REAL COMEDY MISS GENE LEWIS, CONTRALTO worlh which Is only 50 f.ents. igony. I btcame so wtak that I could not nilkncroi-s the floor. Mv wile in the ptpcissboulCIN 1'ILLS rent for a boj. From the very first, 1 fell U1N 1'IU.S wcie HoiikU good. The was rtlitvett ,t once aud the 'attacks were leu wtclu, .the Stocc in the how I suffered ami how I 2111 beiilhr able lo'worfc, I ctcnot myself, strongly enough when of what GiN" hive doae for'mtr." JOHN HF.KMAS. lit CIS Se'nl on receipt of if your deiltr dots.not hilidk thera. Simple boxireeif you wrili us.inentlomnRtlln Money GIN'P1I-U5 do not rive National Drug CtKW. Co.of Canada, Winiled.Toronto. MAGRATH FARMERS .PLAN. GOPHER DAV .MegMth, Alto., April romlng' In Irani the country reporl that there is an unusually her this1 year, and thciels n movement on. loot by the Hoard c' n'racle iind UIR Tffn.n Council to hoi a "gqjihcr o'ri Mttsion tveryono tfKf he ackcil lo kill the lit- lie marauQcrs, Tlie Mayor will be iiskcd lo ilcclaVo'Hift day clvlo lioll- day, Vnil the. school hoyf will he rc- Inna'.-d 10 flshl Ihe squirrels, un tho In-alrio Ihc'e aro thousands or rela, and serious damage "'111 he av- erted by destroying them now. CATARRH OTTHC BLADDER Icilndti Comb Sage Tea in Hair to Darken It Grandma kept her locks dark; glossy, thick with a mixture of Sage Tea, and Sulphur old Units' mixture, of Kagc Tea arid Sulphur for darkening srey, streaked-and faded hair-is.. srandmother'8 and tolks are again.using It to keep their hair a good, even color, whlnh is finite, we iiro living in an ago when a -youthful Is. of the 3rcatR3l advantae.e. S'o'.vailxys we don't have Ihe 'troublesome, task ol Ralhcring Ihe sage and the innsay mixing at home. All ding Ftoiefi sell- lite teady-to- use pvoilucl called "Wyeth's K.ige and SnlpHiir Hair Ifcirecly" for about cents :i.hoitie.- It Is very p'opiilflr'hccause nobody csn discover It hcen. appllcJ. Simply moisten your1 comb or a soil In-iiEh >'.-itd It ar.ii draw'this through your lialr, -taking put! small alrantl nt a lime; by morning the. giay hair dis- appears, but what dclighfs Ihe hilles with U'yclh's Safto.dnd Hnlplinr Is thai, beaidca beauti- fully darkn'ninff the hair After n few-applications, It duces lhal soft luslr.e ami ap ]icarance of abundance which Is jb altraclive; lictWcs, prevents dandruff, Itching scalp and fall- the hair. .1. IJIglnbotham Co., COUNT OF MONTE 'CRISTO" SUPERBLY PLAYED AT THE BIJOU THEATRE (By Argot) Whu has not been thrilled by the ling story ol ''The Coi'.nt. ol onte To old and young, it as its appeal to Ihe imagination. The niails of Dumas' novel has hclil ii hrail many a fancy, and helped to elieve the inonolony of-the u; onr. To Him the slor> ends all Iho essonlials for creating ri epresenl.tllon vivid anr) entliralllnir. As a mere mcchnnlcal it raises ntprcst.1 When, however, the pre- cntmeiit is placed-in Iho -halids 'of rtistB. who give fo it n human force, Ills interest becomes tenfold: .-This was achieved at. .the Hijou Theatre 1st night when, in live reels, .brlnE- ng into prominence the life.tlcry .of he Misonr-.r of tile Chateau U'lf, Jas. O'Xeill g-iie a j-owerful and representation, of the rictnrt? as a -whole lack- d nothfniE in Iho way of setting IQ re- eal ihe hacltFtcund of the story, the eaturc of It was the role sustained b> be aclor. Nothlns was led unloucii t-0 to brins; out the tragedy of a biok en life, culininatlns In Iho hunian sat sfocllon of scoring over the- authors Is fale In a great anil-Ealisf; revenge. To read Dumas' story' would oc- cupy ritit-li lime, but In Ihe clne-m r.resc.ntnicnl Iff salient featurft wer cor.'lenscrt inlo rt sllninsr period' eomethinij over an hour and a haif. It g'nvn lo that llmo sulllelpnt Inloreat to keep the playgoer captlvatcil. not; only'wild the intensity of Iho ilrania; in I wiih Ihe forceful tircscnlallon "of he principal Riven by Jas. .Q'Nei.lK To those who know the story of Jdmond Duntcs, jilMsant rccolk'c- were rr-vlvcil. To Ihoic noriam- liar it Iho Incidents, as dhrlay. cd at the tvIK cause them to read for Ihemselves the book as It Is written. This is the greatest compH- mnnt thai can be rnndercd n mnvlnp, picture-film, which for Ihrill and ple.islng dciioiiomenl left noOiinj to bo desired; Attrvitlrely furnlRhcil, atlractivcl) played, "Tlis t'oiinl of has added to the r.hlch Hie fa mous brhulns to Hie Uijw. -The "When Kriehdshii> Ceases." Is exceptionally funny, and keeps tho uudleiicc in real healthy mirth and'lanEiiter. Two men are pressing attentions on the same gill, and while they are fighting a luel over her, ?nrty wins he girl. Tiie two, would-bn lovers flventnalty linJ toiiEolalion in each other's misery. 'The Stolen J'lans" is an Edison picture, uncovering -the. temptations' which an officer KngliKh Army Is liable to in the course of bis career, Ihe maniinei-s of a'ri officer, who has risen 'from the ranks, con- spicuous the cunning ami cowaidlce of Olio of his brother officers ha bought his commission. "On'Thursday und .'Friday, do not forget ".The. Third a master The great mafter pholo play "The Third April 9th and 10th BIGGEST OHAIN CARRIER V'noto-play, and the prices remain un- changed. To think of arraneias pnrsuue for 'your friends nnd relations in Tile Old-Country whom you expect lo bring out In the spring' You can secure their tickets here and all mranscn'.cnts will he rrnilu'for their fcrwardins by .THE .DONALDSON LINE information, dates, etc.. aj.ply to nlty slctunsllip or raii- n-ay agcnl. or H. E. LIDMAN. Central Agent M3 Miiin Street, IN WORLD' LAUNCHED Port Arthur, Ont April steamship, Grant' slonlen, built for the (Janaia Steamship' Lines, and saicl tn be the largest grtiin carrier hi the world, was successfully launched j loilay at the local janls of criean Bilip'Jni'idlng Co. Lady Wil- liams-Taylor performed ihV christen- ing ceremony. -The falling water in an eleclric fountain lor table decoration that Uoilon man has invcntr-J supplies tbc power lor changing the color of the lights. CARDSTON BOOTLEGGERS FINED Two Partlst Pay and Costs for Illenal Sale of Liquor Cardslon, Alta., April the po- ice court here last night, John Car- rick was fined and JloC'.Od for sellins lifjuor In a ocii option district. Ilolh .pleaded 'Not Ciiilly." Tbr) boozn has been co'minj: into Cardston At regular in- tervals, nnrl thu police depailmeiit ii.ivc beer. ir.aMng close invostigation. The case was heard bcforu II. 11. Drown, J.l'. JOHN O. FIGURES .IN COLORADO STRIKE AVaslnngton, n.n.; April no'ckefclier, told'thu'House Mines' committee, today that his father own- ed about -10 .per. cent, of the. stock of the Colorado Fuel ft Iron Co.. the cen- tral figure in the' In'd'ustrial slrile in the Colorado coat fields. Mr. R'ockefeller con.leniled -that re- sponsibility.for thccondncl of the cor- poration. Say' not only v-'ith the slock- hnltlers or [ with life-of- fleers of the company. VILLA EXPELS SPANIARDS Washinglon, April; U.-Mr. Hyano; Ihe ambassador from Spain, received oihcial notice today .of Villa's ex- pulsion of Spar.ish subjccls Irom Tor- rrcn ami iirepatcil to nuke a.protest lo Secretary llryaa: Spain not only objects to tl'fir c.vpulbion but also to the ninflscaliiOT ol thfir property, Mhiclt is cslimalcd lo run inlo millions. ______ Proof of Value of the time-tested, rem ot i U power torelicvo quickly, safely, head- aches, the taste, the poor spirits end tho fatigue of biliomness to found in erery of BEECHAM'S PILLS Unreserved Auction Sale Twelve Registered Scottish Shorthorn Durham Bulls AT THE LETHBRIDGE COMPANY STOCK YARDS, FAIR GROUNDS OX _ Friday, Apnl 10th AT 3 O'CLOCK SHARP 2 Iloun Bulls, two years otci 2 It'ed Hulls, two years'old 2 (Irey Hulls.-two years'.old 3 Itop.n Hulls, one year ,ohl 3 IleJ Hulls, onu year old TERMS CASH. -i' AUCTION SALE bf'.THK VERY HEST -i Household Furniture will take plncu Stl) I doors south Qt hurch Thursday, April 9thr 1914 Almntt Kuox Church (InEistlng of the following: Unc largo Mniioe'any Mocker OPO large Jlaiojany.Arm Chaiv 1 large Mahogany! Centre. Table One larto Pedestal, Oiie O.ik Ilocker. One Oak Centre -TiiMc One Wicker Uocke.r'. One Wicker clutlr Ono jBrilinioro'Stand One Mission Oak llonnd lixlen-. slcn Table, 4 leaves. Six Mission Oak'Wning-'-Koonj One JlUsion Oak Puffftt Two Oval Mirror One Wash Statiil.' Two.Iron Helsteaila Unc Springs Ono Dominion Springs. One Woll Mattress Or.c One Bedrocm Rctker Kitchen Chairs Kitchen Table Cook Ilange (Ilivel (Jboil Hclrigcrator Ono Toilet Set One Writing Screen Screen Windows Klectric Lamp C'aECarole Ket ijt) ft Oarden Hose. One set Curlnln Stretchers 2 largo Tapestry HUES 1 largo Green Kn3 Otie brcwn Brussels flue 2 small Axminsler Ilugs 2 small bitisscls Hugs Two pair N'et CilrUlns One lialr Tayestry Ctirtsliu lllankets Comforters Pillows Slitfls Tubs "diUenvare Gldssnare Dishes One, Gnibagc ('an 1C quart Eot'les llome.rre-: ft-rved Krujt Axeand Shovtl Utenjilj And other articles too numerous lo mention. Writing DOSS NO LEAVING CASH '.Q.US ;