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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRII- 13. 1911 THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALD PAGE THREE SHERMAN THEATRE-TONIGHT-TOMQRRQW Only First time in Canada South America With Rooseve Great 3 Reel Feature MATINEE DAILY AT 2.3O Thrrf a A Subject Teeming with interest SHQ That u Claiming the of the WorW PERFORMANCE N1GHTLY _ LOCAL V.-HEVT PRICES Ko 1 No. 1 KM Ko No. 2 IlcJ Ko' 3 Nor.......C8 No. 3 lied 58 X0. 4 Nor.......Cl Ked ......51 No. a Xor. .....M No. S lied ......5 Ko. 1 Ko. 3 Ko. 3 Ko. 4 Ked Ktii Reel STARTING TODAY TONIGHT LIFE AS IT IS BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS TWO REEL SPECIAL CHIEF JUSTICE HARVEY'S JUDG MENT UPSET AND GREAT WEST LUMBER CO. LOSES This time it it charming, delightful KNICKERBOCKER! 63 i Ctfgary. Alia.. 61 important dc-elEton was rendered to- st day by the High Court of Alberta, M MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, MM'-. op- ening and clwln? i'rtccf on the local Brain expanse, icrtav were: July............ Detober........ S'Si May............ July............ "5'i July........... Cloilno Prices No. 1 Northern......... No. Northern......... No. '.1 Northern......... No. f................. No. No. fi.................. Ko. 1 Winter......... Ko. No! 3 Winter........... Ko. 0. Ko. 'i Feed.............. Barky- No. No 4................ No. 1 N. W. C JCo. 2 C. N0..3.C. W. Minneipalli Wheat }IBr RS'i .inly fieplember (Jlose 00 H M'.t ST'.i HO when that tribunal lound in favor ot tbe Northern in its case st Ihe Great West Lumber Co., Ilie still Involving apr.roilinalelj Sf.OU.OC'O. Full costs Tvera awarded Ilie Lank (or the iiroceeilings through oulr liic Court bclns unanimous in un- si-Ulni; decision njjalnM Iho bank, ulilch was given by Chief Justice Harvey at tlio first trial of the action. The action aroae through a denial ..n the i.'art of the- lumber company o! r.Mcseil lieWlltlel. Larfe ad- vances jna-clo the company by tile Ncrlliera Crovin Bank a immlier years ago. thtso ailvances had reached a ceriain sum the bonk, it li .illaBed. loiik an active jiart In the conduct of the burlnbrs. It M'13 tbat tlic control which tin? banV icrtoi herarae an large dial unibfci- comuiny ?.as rolieved from tlie responsibility (or any losses which might liavo. hffii incurred. JJ li smffffoosss 'BERLIN t> SOUVENIRS OF ULSTER 5 7 IS 85 People's Forum Many letters continue to come to Uie Herald for nnMicalion in col- inon which An> not sifilicd hr the cor- responded. The Herald would .Tice more call attention to the new rule renuirinK the names and addresses ol Klilch.wiH uc WE Wai NOT HAVE. HOME RULE Supporle-J by Ernest Truai and Moore Produced by the Famouc PLAYERS FILM SERVICE Under tht Dirictlon of Daniel Frohman A UolieLlfu] Coniedy-Drenia or Society, I.ove anJ the Ureat Outdoors MATIXF.E 2 TO r, MATINEE 2 TO 5 DURING THIS' ENGAGEMENT THE FIRST EVENING PERFORMANCE STARTS AT 7.30 O'CLOCK A GOOD A DANDY Keystone Western COMEDY DBAMA Orchestra HARD .TO EOUAL STAKLAND -Special mention is made rf- Igariling "The Tango Dan- 'cerE." mebe their first appear- ance before a audience One of thy stamps uretl by tbfi j Orangemen of Ulster In ajsunit. Home Ilule. Tlie__ on windows, posls. In railway or wherever they may.-bo seen. at the. popular StarlanJ Theatre ten Professor l.avovitch fa Inters be wrllleii on one side of tbe paper only, and should not exwed hundred in leagth. Chlc.jo July fiepteuiber WINNIPEG. LIVESTOCK LETTSR Hict and Wialey, I.iraiteil, of Win NF.W PKE-EMPTIOS AlSa., April i! Kditor Htrald 1 would like io cx- ,.rtis my. opinion and that ol-a large ni'inher'of others, in regard to tbe proposed amendment to the home- stead am! pre-emption In (lie1 first place, anything that shortens the residence duties "ill he I a drawback to the proper develop ss-'j mrnl ol thr country. A resi rtrnce, a or complete reduc lion of the payments, and i: addition trt rompd thr, plaMinn ui for uindbreaVi. seems to be U prevalent with those that spend the iollnwing Jiarkct I.tlltr, under date of 1911 Aptil Bluet! native of Argentina, and is one of the original four, who hio-jebl the Tango dance norlhn-aruV A few o! the prin- ciual tango dances to be introduced n aa follows: Ball- room'.tango, .Berlin lanso, Maurice laoso.'the Me-Che-Che, the Masise, the Hesitation walu, and the original Argentine tanxo.. 'ADVENTURES' OF EMPRESS on the stage, am! is confiderr-d an ideal subject for a particularly suitable- role for liWe Mary. .Mary is j-jst In her artistic element at tlie simple, untausht backwoods girl, who falli in love witii the society man, and luarritE him, dcEpllc his 'alher't prowets that she win plunge, him into social dis- grace. Her husband tries to maXe a ociety orchid of the mountain rose, ritii the inevitable hearliireak. -Mary PickTord is supi-orlcd by Owen Moore aud Hrnest Tmx. 51 SEE SOUTH AMERICA WITH ROOSEVELT Tonight at the Sherman bs preaeuted the most interesting auO eduational feature ever projected on a motion picture, screen. The man- agement of this popular iilajrhouse have careful consideration de- t-i'n T-.. o[ the greatwl pictm-es in ei-jcided that pholo-plays arc. a more e will Ue shovn at the Em- popular amuFcment tbau vaudeville TheatrR today and tomorrow, i or lesitimate prodnctionE, and iti ad- Ijelng sfries Nu..2 in Ad ventures ,of entitle! "The Two animal melo- drama: .-Nearly everyone kuowjKath- EMPRESS ISc Today and Tomorrow THE ADVENTURES QFKATHLYN" And Others opting i he more favbritft form of en, they have made arrange- ments by which J-cthhridgc will Imve the orportunlty of seeing film pub- hose who to. Thejjerts before they are eihiuit.ed Gsc- Ij- is exceedingly tunny, under where in western Canada. to see tr.s country improvr.. "To many tor Ilie past Vards, cnltle 1736, Ai C. V- H. tattle peuplf now are hoinfr- fn Montana, fourteen having }ril ttiis community in tike, up' thnr tlitr, The ,nirndmfn, scrals Io tlio man 1624, 35. SUS. We. had i fairj) of and fair percenter. 1le this f.f good cnltle flTlilc the trade ivan drajn' tke market fat ihoul sleaiiy with .last Ths liuft ol the beat tin- market sola, from S7.MI io S7.75 vitji on; uniaH hur.cii of prime steers to 8 crols, the of thij clan the local pacVms. Tin liiilchcr cmr and Win" inartel con- tinues dull. It takw goort cons to Mil from JS to JC.25. A. .lew -real lal cowl iclil this to lio .Jew hntclteri for (heir trzdc from J6.SD Ihty will tic In" the rnartet no more at Hieee prices wiling (roin S5 (o S5.SO ivlth a ff> clicicc up to with instead' of tV.n.poor rann as it certainly was intends! to.- H is not Ihf rcside.ice or cultivation tlmt weie so hard on us, but ihr: celling ol Ihc cold liard cisli to {b) Another samuie of Uie Ulster Antl-lloine Hole, stamps. yn: those wiiu uum. in western Canada. The .en- ".Xora'8 'Boarders." A tcrprise is calculated to be iioautifrf yoaig Isavos her! experiment, but as all the subjecls boarding and the males do I shown will be of a character both in- llke'ivisn" Seo T.hat "Tha lcrestlns and educational, the pitron. the nn Uic .o fhsuujt-ln stockcis and ieed- rrs.'T-he auprly is lisbt and more- ro'M he iisposed ol at prevailing The trf'aji cow and springer is 'shoving a litiln mil the.rc to be a Itltlr.l_________ Choice sprinjets are! W. A. Pollock, Kotlas. Alfa. MOUNTAIN ViEW CREAMERY HAS CHANGED HANDS Mountain April The View Creame-ry has liande. Harmon West, .lamca S. Parker, Gilbert ifarllcy sntl Payno the origins! oftvncrs Frauk Payne. George 31. Tarktr anrl meni y- tlcndcrEou" liavc taknti It over ant] coiifemjilfttc mating It a v ying huelucfa. They expect to pur aid a number of cows, and furnish It with most ot Ibelr own milk. up Io "MY STOMACH IS FINE We wilt not have HOME Other Woman" will prove, extremely interesting and should not be missed. Be V.nrt gel a coupon, It Io worth iKiniculars nt the Emnress Theatre. age accorderl should ensure success. At the present liir.e llio South Am- ertca'n continent Is compelling the at- tention of- the civilized world, and a journey throuch this pfirt of the coun- try vrilb ex-President jtoosevclt should be enjoyed and appreciated. Headers are Mildly asked to remem- MARY PICK FORD IN '-CAPRICE" AT BIJOU lira. Fiaio's famous success. ''Cap--her the rcrformanco carries with il with Pickforil, in tiie stel- tho guarantee of the management as ai- role, whose baptismal cbaracteri-ito its excellence. Matinees will be. istioii in the [ilay'is will beisiven daily, and continuous jierform- it the touay tomorrow. jances at night. Watch the paper for The I'lay won commendable turcess further annouucernents. STANDING OF PUPILS (a) A sarnplo of the Ulster Home Rule s'Uinps. Anil- OF THE HIGH SCHOOL S7.7S hrst bnlchrr slcfrs anil fcfif- rrs S6.75 to iT.OO; fair (o goo! slccis nnd hrJirrt, to JS.7S 'commj.il fcutfl'.M rifirm, S5.7S io S6.25: fnod Vi ihotfc butcher JG.CH) (o medi'mi covra au-l heifers J5.0D 10 MM (3.00 to oxrn J. MerVnuger, Wa'.erloO, Ont., eathuiil s'.ical re Itii. to 15.SU; Iffrlinj; stears t5.7fi to htsl gnoii (jaality JS.J5 tfi fP.23 btsf and ir> rommcn to nie- milters and rprinscrs S15 to WI-UTOK-O Ihey are so plMMiil and tut wlAr. Th: hoR tuikM week h.. kf. p-erflef J.'1-DruCi) DyVpcpiia Tablets a ility will do tlic rest. My stotMch il fine now and I can any fcxxl." One the Dyspspl1- SIR EDWARD GREY _ A new pkiurc of the leader of tlur in Mr. Following is Ihe suiciding of tbe pupils of the I.etllbridge Hlgb scbool (or the monlhs ol- February mid March: Gride XII. N. CaEcncien, 05 cent.; K. Arm-: stronc ,SO: Cascaden. 5S; A. Mor- pan' 57; C. Sherlock, 55; J.' Kins. S3; .1. Baric, IS; M. Smith, H. Gray, Gr'ndc XI. A. ScrosBis, 7S; M. HilMl. C2: C. JDIsncy, A. Jones, fii; C. Price, 54: J. PIpt-B, 53; 0. 62; J. IS: K. Sang, 44; J. Jlilchcll, 40; M. Illchards, 31. Gride X. A. 91; K. McPboe, 81; A. Reid, M; A. Kerr. CS: F. 60; Kaa'rte, L'nur.sworfn, 58; J Vafelenak, ui; V. Oropn, 57: 0.! Kjr.-j. tl: A. I.lv- .Insstonc, 51: M. Slrainots, N. [Cormack. IS: H. .Cnucron. '17; M. Frame, H; C. Piny, A. Knbert- [son, -13: A-. 43; C. Mitchell, 30; F. Hontiell, 33; Jlnrray, 36. j IX. F. Haeeil, SO; W. Ttenfcam, K; H. Mnin. M; R. 7S: K, Mnsnn.. 7H: D. Sang. 14; K 74: Allceu .lonts. 72; O. Wiilinmf. 71; M. Ford. C. W.orlon, 6S; T. Home, CS: II. nichards, 66; J.'KobUon, Cfj-. C 6i; Y.. (Irani, Cl; II. Ham- illon. Coacaden, C2; M. Freo- ton, 53; A1. Skelth, 58; A." Gilmer, 51; Webster, 51; n. lloulton, S3; H. N'eleon, tS; 1. Drown, li. 17; Ballantyne, S. Jieirl, 1C: M. Donaldson, 4C; JI. Por- ter, -14: Young, 43; K. Wallace, -13; H. Itlcliardaon, 41. Grade Jojie nrcen, G5; John Shand, 05; Hermann Mayer, 61; George Green. 60; flcrtiert C'ripna, 59; Joe sS; Beulnh Kenny, 55; Ida JlcAdop, ilci.nic jicK3y, 54; Joseph Giiltcs. 81; Frame, 50; Maurice, Mlrcn. from "ADVENTURES-OF: KATKLYH" at Ernpren tonight. 45; Galo McKain, 3S-. Hazel Wallace, 38: Lllllr.n liallej-, 2S. Khoila Greene, 76: .lar.et nichards. 75; PortineuE Grc-eno, 6J. Mary Mrpss, 18. Gordon, 55; M. RoWson, .W; I. .Sraitli. 58; M. O'lfjgan, f.S; Smllh, 57; N. Squires, A. Wash- "1 consider that the organization of Industrial anil I'ublicllr AESO- cir.lior. o! Alberta, at Mctiicir.e Hat on is o! 'gre-.it import- sa-M Cminnissioncr Tracy this wr.rnir.p tn the Herald. "We nr- rivtd at thit stage of (icveloji.icnt in where, it- is necessary'Io as- sociate ihc cities lor the. promotion of insnj- mutual inl'.-rcsts 'will IT asyc'ciatidn. The that farticnlar attintinn to a consideration the ul ihc high cost ot ol Mttlc- n-.ent at the crRanlzaHon mectini; is that great, .gnoil. .will rt.iult from ihr onjecta oi thc.associAtlon, as crntaivri io the rmsiltnliou nrc.: "lo standardize, modernize ,ui'.l thc- industrial anil ot- ganiEations within tlic province'ot.Al- ;UrU ta advance all worthy and b-rt- oin'ble methods of civic, comrccrcip.1 anil industrial rfevolopmciit, the tnil that the agricultural, cpnirner- cial and industrial opportunities, oi the'province mar liecomt' 'better kcown to the world." The constitution stales that fix or- ganization shall consist ol .individuals who clovott their, entire timo to dtistrlal or publicity vork, wr.elhfr in Ihc employ ol a government, mu- nicipality, industrial bureau, o! transportation' company, laad or irrigation company, manulac- lurers' or any-other pub- lic body o! men engaged in advanc- ing the p'jllir welfare ot tho pcovinc9 throur.h commerce, finance-'or the me- chanics arts. These arf ;tl.o active there, is provision fut- ther lot afsofiate, bonoiaiy and con- tributing. The next meeting oi thc'organwa- tioti is to he held in Kdmonton on Jlay ICtJi. BIG ITALIAN RAILWAY STRIKE MAY FALL .THROUGH Ilotic, Italy. April o' the illfaffocts'd Italian railroad men who bltherto havn declined to conf- er any compromise, aro bcginnini: t'j qacation tho advisability .of calling a general strlko on Wednesday. inirgcr, 62: K. drier, f.l; A. Goodman, PRETTY EARLY syMMER BLOUSH Composed of two-toncil Jlacrnmo Jico edged with fur and lined ivith cliltton. ;