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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AVEDNESDAY, APRIL S. 191 1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE No. No. LOCAL I Kor. Nor. Ko. 3 Nor. No. -l Nor. No. r> Nor. No. 1 Ilea No. 2 Reil , No. Urd , No. l Ucd WHEAT PRICES ..7.'i ,.71. ,.(iS ..50 No. I KR(1 No. li l!elu I'i.v-tliauge foda.y wern ii.s follows; Wheat- Opf'ii Jlay............ :"Ms July . . .,........ '!"� 0.., A,,......... ' Feed ............... ... ; Flax- � No. 1 N. \V. C.,,j. ... ' No. 2 O. W ... ,.. .., .,,  No. 3 C. \V................. Minneapolis Wheat Open Jla.y ... ... .. .ST-U � July ......S!i% September........ Chicago Wheat May ... .... 9n:>K .Tilly ., .*....... seii ' September .... .SG'-i, 'HAT'S HOQ DAY SUCCESS fllflLEIHBRIOGEiym REGAINED VOTERS ON WARPATH :5a 1 J HELD EMERGENT MEETING LAST, NIGHT-RESOLUTIONS ON ' MARKET ANP. BAND spur i lulk i 1 :�,.�':, I 11 \ S7'o I.J 711 74 H'.i .S'l--!., .S7IL' S5"s :!( I I ','2 �lii'li �11 41 i:!7 t^lOSP SOT.;, ()\ Pttnty of Ff(rmer�, Hundreds Hogs, Enough Buyers for Keen Competition of Norlh l.cUiliri(l,(;c voUts were on till' \vai|i;itii hi'4 nielli. Tliry callrd a inei'linp; on llic nf I he luoniciil. yrslerday, lo o\fr iuiniirl|ial aiiairs, and went, nvcr ill' wliiilr iHimiaiu nielli. Tlic liall wa.s pai'krii, and Kroat. inlori'st picvaili'd. Tlic pi'opli' in North l,cllibrid!;c want sc'.i'ral tilings. I 'llicy want till' ((iiiinii.ssioners In I bold aimlbrr nii'i'iinfi, ni'Xl 'rui'sdiiy 'jiiftlit when tlipv \\ill iirfscnl. IhiMi-Irlainr. Tliry v.aiil an iii\(';ati(]n j inlip tlu' of t lu>. rity band. A ili'b'Kalion of idiuior inrinbcis m' tin' ! banii atlP/idcd llu' ninctiio;, inaliinK I (|uilc a stir, 'I'iic i I'suliit ions jia.sscd ji-nil.oih I hi' ,nisl of the north sidcrs \ d.sirrs. and arr as iiillow: "Tliat this bodv nf ratepayers lio on rr'.,a)rd a.s beinc: aj^ainst am .ir . 1 an;.'enu'iit, tn lia\i' a city inarkrt in the extipnic s(jiith�est lorner oi tlie city, and that a copy of this lesolu-tion 1)1" sent 111 the coiiiniissionprs." �''I'liat. |)rforc closing any aKrci'iui'nt. \\itb \lr. I'lckstorni, the coinniissioii ers look for a belter location. and tiiat, tli''> suiiinil locations ket site to a refereiidnni vole. We � siiM,p,est, tiie ( iirlina; rink nr tlu' Wes-! irrii SnppK and l-;(|Mipnienl buiUlmi; � on :2iiil .\ve.>' j '"I'lial. .Mr. Hcid be reciiiested li> ; have the Hliic line cars run straight, down .'Iril a\eiuH' instead of by wvv | of the slalion. tuid that, in futu.e ' wlipn any clian?;i' is cGntpniplai;d uh [ the nine line, the .North Ward rate- � payprs he consulleit," "That the North I.pthbridgp \"ot- ' tr.s' .-Issociation is against llip one i iilia." i ''Diat an investigation into tlic af-' fairs of the city band be retinefited ] and that the North Ward bandsmen : "iiave the inslrnincnts 1hey re^jnire \ from the Salvalioif Army." , I "That llie coniniissioncr.s be a.skcd ! to audres.s this organization ne,\t : Ttiesiday nisbt." "Tliat the coniniis,sioncr.s be ve-quested to advise tliis association if there is any tiiilli in the vnmor that city intends opening and opcral- ; il^j; a sarage." Health Restored By "Fruit-a-tlves" | HACttI'..SVII,I.E, OnT., Auk. 26th. 1913. , "About two year.'? aj^o, 1 found my Ilealth in a very litale. My kidney.i 1 Rud liver were not doing their work, ainl j 1 became all nin-duwn. I fell the uecd j of some goof.l remedy, .ind ba'.-inj.; seen | "l''ruit-a-livcs" udverused, I. decided lo \ Iry them. ; Their effect, I found more than satisfHCtory. Their action mild and the vesiills all that could have been expected. My liver and kidney.s resumed their normal aclioii after f bad laken tipivards of a dozen boxe.'S. and 1 rc';aincrl my old lime vilnlity. Today, I am a.s well a3 ever, the best Ilea lib I have ever enjoyed, and I unhesitatingly j;ive you this le.stiinouial for publication if you v," H. A. Kl'LI-V. In hundreds n( lelleis received by the Frnit-a-tive.s Company, the ^ame expression is used *'I'ruit-a-live>', ii the best kidney remedy in the world''. .\t r>.ny rale, the.ii; lalilets have pin-, rd the bert lo the lnuulrcd9 of men and .V'.ancn who have been cured 'oy lakin;.:^ lli?m. .^oe a box, 6 for J2.,')�', trial .^i^'e, :'5c. At all ile.Tlern or '�cnl oii receipt of price by t'ruil-a li^es i.imitcd, Ottawa, gHERMAN Tonight Nightly at 8.30-25c. 35c,, 50c Matinees Daily-10c, 25c Torcat & Flor d'Aliza And their Educated Roosters Loigi Picaro And his 7 Ame'ican V�/hirlwinds Tracy, Goetz & Tracy Classy Trio of Entertainers The Halkins Those Comedy Shadowgraphists A-Of the Finest Photo Plays-4 TWO NIGHTS AND f/IATINEES COMMENCING Friday, April 10 SHERMAN AND AYLES-WORTH OFFER 'The Holy City' MAGNIFICENT SCENIC SPECTACLE SPECIAL MUSIC NOTABLE CAST, INCLUDING FRANK IRESON SEATS NOW-50c, 75c. $1. $!.50 GIRLS' DORMITORY AT COLLEGE BURNS Vanklon. S.I).. A mil S. The eirls' ilorniitory at Yaiiklon ('cd!e;;'' liuined this morning. All llir ^iils escaped: r a mar ��; .p^^^, j^^^^ S'iu.Oiin. HAIR ALL FELL EA On the Way: �>W �4rX� T On the Way: MARY Ki^lC 11 J MARY PICKFORD PICKFORD Thieves And The Cross 10c WITH. Tin: S.MAIJ.KVS 15c Deals with Woman who Never Had a Decent Chance-When Right Man Came Along-Well, See the Play MONDAY AND TUESDAY MARY PICKFORD IN CAPRICE FAMOUS PLAYERS' FILM COMPLETE CHANGE TODAY "The Pitfall" STRONG 2 REEL DRAMA ^_ _jvgV**^-: SEE! ^ SEE! Keystone Also on Neck, Big Bare Spot on Crown of HeatJ, Cuticura Soap antJ Ointment Cured, (Special to The Herald) Medicino Mat, Altn., April S.- ^fedicine Hat's first "hog day" wan a great success. -Many fanners brousht in hundreds of bo.;s, 'which were stib.loct Lu ;ceaid was 7*.; cents live weight. \- '. � -"-- '!Dr� Morse's sndian Root Pills are made according to a ftermula in wse nearly a dentury aijo among the Indians, andlearncd from tbem by Dr. Morse. Though repeated attempts have been made, by physicians and chemists, it bas been (oiind . impossible to improve the formula or , the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root ; Pillsareahouseholdremedy through-; out the world for Constipation ard II Kidney and Liver troubles. They act [in>iiq)tly and effectively, and ^ Cleanse the System 1 WILLIAM Ai 1 DONALD SPEAK THINK THE RATE REDUCTIONS SHOULD HAVE BEEN MADE LATER Ifl.S riiaplenu Si., Monlroal. Quo.- "Wlirn my brother and I wuni to school wo goti rlti�worin? from the oilier i-liildrtTi and our hair all fell out. Wo had tliotii on our hruds .-uid on oar nocks. For months 1 had a hit' h.'iro spot on crown ofniy head tlin sbfl of a fifly-rjnr. plrre. MoLbcT tried cvorytliing. all l,Linds of oinlmpnts, lo cure us hiir o\ nrythlng fifcmcrl no good until our day slin ;m ad^'eni.s,^menl for Outicura .*^oap and Olnlment. Jt iv:is Cuticura rioap and Ointment, that cured us." (tfigucd) Mrs. M. Blalie, Jlay :)1, J0I.3. $3.00 Window for 3 Days Only OVERSTOCKED ARTICLES AND GOODS BEING DISCONTINUED Regular Prices $5.00 to $7.50 Yom- I'lioice .$3.00 R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweler-Established 1893, ITCHY RASH ON HANDS Terguii, Onl.-"Cuiiour;i Soai) and tJinl-raonl completely cured mo of a rii-sh ou my hand.s. Tlio ranh waarnd liko WiiHTbllsterii, very Itciiy and sore. ScratchinR made them sorer. The irritation was Imd at uighl. 1 tried many remedies ivhicU did not do any good. I used Cuticura. f?oap:as a wa-sh hi "The Open IJoor'' at the Kmpress Theatre lonlglit claiucrs for a capac-vrarm water night, and moridnR -nith CiUi- ; Uy audience. U Is one of Selig's two-reel features, and is certainly deserving. 11 is an extremely strong drama, a story of an only son being Drug Clerk Tells How To Cure Indigestion Recommends to Sufferers the Best Stomach Remedy In Lethbrldge Today. Ottawa. Out., April 8.-Sir �\Villiani : MacKeuzic declared today that he is i iu)l inclined to taliC a loO opliniistic I vie\v oi the juriKiuent in western | freight rates case liande-d down liy the I{aihvay Coniniis.sion yesterday. ! Sir \Villiaiii said : j '�It is, ill my opinion, a bad time | Hist now 1 rediic-j I tion in wastern freight aftect your railway '>." Sir i^jnald Mann was ask-e(l this morning. "I don't known, T have not sUirt-ied it," was the reply. cura Ointraent and in less than a week it w.ia all gone." (Signed) .Mis. Isabella Oibsou. May 22, 1013. The resular u.:t i: f:aro and liis seven associates arn whirlwiud acrobats '.vlio perform soni>? plienoinena'l stunts, and the audience roar their aiiproval. The llalkins h.tvc a uniiiue novelty shadowgraph act. and some remarkable .scenes are depicted. The nianageiaent confidently commend the to the public, and should be encouraged in their ambition lo supply the Ijcst possiiile iu the amusement world. NOTICE! A SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAM HAS BEEN SECURED FOR FRIDAY. SPECIAL AFTERNOON PERFORMANCES USUAL ADMISSION Mabel IN A ROLLICKING COMEDY it In the Nick of Time > A PRETTY DRAMA STARLAND'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA EMPRESS 15c l:l,The Open Door Sr^t Pathe's Weekly EAST INDIAN FAKIR COMEDY-EXTREMITIES-COMEDY Miss Gene Lewis, Contralto THE GREAT MASTER PHOTO PLAY "The Third Degree" April 9--10 i EASY WAY TO STOP HAIR FROM COMING OUT ^BILL EVERYONE SHOULD SEE Persons .suffering from catarrhal i vaudeville offering at the Sher- In his opinion the better reduclion.s : ^""1."';?'! "Tf i'^" I ihan combined with four of the finest would he one from the (^rcal La.Ues ' to the .Mlantic coast and one from KdmonCon to the Pacillc coast. These would henont the farmers more Ihiin "It is a �jron.dOT some of us h�*-o ^ , , ., �loia�ch� Itift." remarked a wall-j'^''*^ prei-cnt reduction, ho 1hoi!,c;ht. .kno-^ drug clerk recently, "-wyi^ ] "Tl'is, he continued, "would give ' all drug .-jtore^ sell a. score or. mora of stomach remedtcB for which therels a wide demand. nip)t;i^acl] or cure the 6o tiio samp-ppople keep on coming here and bnylftB and using them until they are 5�W �lironic dyspeptics. riWhen anydii?^ Teally asks my advice, I swear by Mgi recommend ordinary bisumted njajneaia, which doesn't dl-jgest the food at ^11 but just acts as an 'antacid �n4 ftweetens the sour, fer-jmeiitlDK couteaUl of the stomach. jThat stops the p�ln, heart-burn, sour �rising, wind, Woatlns, fullness, etc., in Just a few minutes, and the stomach dlgeata its food wlUiont help or traubl�, -which is Iho jji-oper way." "Doctors ma^e mistakes sometimes, ,too," he contiatiod. "My own aunt ,had all kinda of ti'oublo with iier jBtoinaoh for years. She bought and jUsed several ntyles of digestivo pills rbut got worao right along, as naturally �liB would. Finally she went to a doc-(tor, wbo nearly scared .-her to death iby telling her sho had cancer ot tho .tpniach. Bko came to me with his �presoriptlon and told nie whal he said. i[ tlioueht it WAS noosense. 1 sent her ,to auotlier do.�tor whom I knew very well aiid ho didn't tell her anything', but Just gave har this same tljing, bi-mi rated maKnegia. She took it two weeks iwid never had juiy stomncU trouble siace and that's tljree years ajro. She .ay a fine of $10.00, or go to prison for two months for creating a dlBturbn.nco in Hydo Park during the iTnionist rally on SiUurday. to know that this distrossing affliction can bo successfully treatr-d. at home by an medicine tliat in many iii.^lanoes bus effected r. complete cure after all else lias failed. Sufferers who could scarcely hear a watch lick have bad iheir hearing restored lo such an extent that the ticjc of a watch was audible seven ; or oighl inches awav from cither ear. ' l^'Sl'ly inlerestms and amusing, and Therefore, if you know sgmeone "^''^"^ ^PP^^' ^'"''^ fanciers Sev-who is troubled with head noises or : cral of his birds are patriarchs, be-catarpli. or catarrhal deafness, cut out ! itig over a score of years old. Uoetz, this forniiila and band to rbeni and ' Tracy & Goou are the classiest trio you will have been the means of sav- j pver seen here, and thoroughly de-Ing some i^oor sufferer perhaps from i ggpye the hearty applause given at the A harmless home remedy, compounded principally from the powerful juice of the Periiumbuco shrub of Peru, lias been found highly effective in promiitly checking the falling of hair from the scalp. :Men and women wliose hair is growing alarmingly thin and failing out badly every day, should try it v.ithout fail, as the ingredianis are perfectly harmless and very ine.vocusive and the whole thing cau be prepared at home or by any druggisL Merely mix together iu an S ox. bottle, 2 oz. I.avonn (ie Composee. fi oz. Bay Rum and J-3 drachm of .Menthol Crystals. Shake well and allow to stjuid for an hour, when it is ready for use. The Lavona . In the above is the phariuaceiiticnl reels of photo-plav is one that all lov-| panic for the Pernnmbuco .iulce as di-crs of refined and high-class euler- I tainment should see. Kvery act is a I head-liner, and so exceptionally good ] that it is impossible to single out any I for special uieiillon. Torcat and his � feathered tribe of . performers are "THE HOLY CITY" COMING :Mosl strikingly effective of all the I scriptural dramas ever presented is I "The Holy City," the powerful ajid in-I terestlng play, which pictures with vivid strength and masterly power, the scenes and iucidents leading up to the betrayal of the MD.sler by .hulas. The dance of Salome, the daughter of J-lerodiiis, before King llcrod, is shown, as Is her successful plea, for the head of the great preacher, .-vfter .lohn's death, events move Willi great rapidity and the plot-ling and scheming of the high priest .Tiid the Pharisees with Herod are depicted, as well as the giving ot the thirty nioceg of silver to ,ludae, who promises to betray .lesus into the hands of his enemies. The presence ot .fesus is, ()'� course, only suggested, but so cleverly is this done that the spectator is carried hack two thousan a i veil; get an ounce ot �>tMne aH-d re-' move them. Even the first few appli. , cations siiould show a wonderful Im- , provement, some of tho Jlghtep freok'' les vanishing entirely. jlf ; Be suro to ask the druggist for the double strength othlne; it is this thutj is sold on the money-back guarantee.' .1. D. Higlnbotham & Go., Ldmltwl, Unreserved Auction Sale OF Twelve Registered Scottish Shorthorn Durham Bulls AT THE LETHBRIDGE COMPANY STOCK YARDS, >.";i. FAIR GROUNDS O.V Friday, Aptil 10th AT 2 O'CLOCK SH.ARP a 2 Roan Bulls, two years old 2 Red Bulls, two years old 2 Grey Bulls, two years old 3 Roan Bulls, one year old ? ?!,Ed Bulls, one year old TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH-.Vuctloneer. AUCTION SALE � OF THE..\rBRy BB5ST �'tj.j-j^^^^ Household Furniture Almost new, will take place at 422 Sth Street, 4 doors south ef Knox Church Thursday, April 9th, 1914 At 2.:jO sharp, consisting of the following; One large Mahogany Rocker One large Mahogany Arm Chair 1 large .Mahogany Centre Table One large Mahogany Pedestal One Oak Rocker One Oak Centre Table " One Wicker Rocker One Wicker Chali- One .tardlniere Stand ' Ow Mission Oak Hound Esten- sioii Table, 4 leaves Six Mission Oak Dining Room Chairs One Mission Oak Buffet Two Oval .Mirror Dressert ,V Ono TX'ash Stand Two iron Bedsteads One Coll Springs One Dominion Springs One Woll Mattress One Ostermoor Mattress One Bedrocm Rocker Kitchen Chairs KitOhen Table Conk Range (Hivel Good Cheer) Refrigerator One Toilet Set One Writing Desk Scteeu Doors Screen Window* Klectric t^mp Cassirole Set .10 ft. Garden Hose One set Curtain Stretchers f 2 lai-ge Tapestry Rugs 1 large Green .^.xminster Ruff One brown Brussels Rug 3 small Axmlnster Rugs 2 small Brussels Rugs Two pair Net Curtains One pair Taiicatry Curtains Blankets Coraforterg Pillows Sheets Tubs Silverware Glassware Dishes * i'- ' � One Garbage Can 16 Quart Bottles of Home Preserved Pniit Axe and Shovel Cooking Utensils And other articles too numeroui to mention. ' NO RESERVE-OWNER LEAVING CITY-TERMS CASH R. ROBSON-Owner. GUS NEIDIG-Auctioneer. ;