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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AHIII, 28, 1911 THE LETHBR1DOE DAILY HKRAI.n PACE THREE MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES No. 1 N'or. No. 'i Nor. No. 3 N'ir. No. 1 Nor. No. 5 Nor. II CS No. 1 Hcd ......n No. 2 Ued .....71 NIL lied ......CS No 4 Kcd .....Cl No. 5 It.'d ......M Ko Ko. No. ISM Hoi IU-d Hc.l MAllKI'.TK Winning, Aurii ami pricfs U'day won- M-, -J3 91t iiufv yn Two and a Half Houri on Operating Table Specialist Could Not In The Bladder GIN PILLS PASSED IT lor.iETTE, P.Q. "Dariujj last, 1 went to IrealtocwnsuJta is Ihadlx-tn S'llitrritix tt-iribly Stone in lha l llladdfr. lit decided lo opriale said lhe stone tut) icinyvcuild i haid lo cruib. I itliitued home anl WrfS recouunclidfd by a frieud lo try GIN Theyieliived the pain. I took boxes ami ttcnl Uic3c to the He said thc stone ivas smaller but he could not it although he tried for two houis a hall. I relumed huuie aud continued t iVe GIN VI LI.S, and lo my Rreat nuri.iise aud joy, 1 passed Ihe s'.our. CIS I'li.LSare tlie Uit me'licine in lhe ivorld and Uiey dii me 50 much I V-'H recoiniutnd thtm nil Bs" the real of my J. ALBERT I.ESSARD. I 500 a tor f all dtaiers. and back if they fail lo give Jtii relief. Sniiiple free. Nationil EIUR Chem. Co. of Canada, C. H. R. 1 Will Fight it-Government Likely to Guarantee j Bond on Forty Percent Common Slock --Announcement in House Soon aue the goi-j 37 held In 'allend llie caucus in which Frtrnier; Irust. and Is to revert lo the govere- Uorden laid before them Ihe if the company falls to meet its merit's proposed Canullim Northern obligations. Thlb Hallway aid prowsaU. in addition. It eminent control of tLe U understood tu a plan for Members of the caucus, as usual, aid In :lio way ot boud suaraulees lo were very discreet as to the nature the dram! Trunk PiUnc. Three of the discussion, bat they Mid ihtt iniUccj of lhe House ivere lo have ou (be' whole, lhe promulnsB had (net, bul In Uevi- oi tlin Importance of been tlie matter to he discutdtd, and the; Dennett (Calgary) and W. F. inability or members 10 (Kingston) Kit the caucus allend. these did nol convene. 'early, liul nould not anything. It Naturally, there was a great deal js iisey will adhere- to their of interest as to ihe nature o! lhe pro- Of opposing lhe proj-ofnls in regard lo which during the Oj- ,no and left in order 'past two muuths or more there has they'may he free lo adopt this been a diversity ot siiccalatlon. courBC the house. In Iho first place, it will ue recelted The Trunk Pacific proposals, tliat '.t was reported tliat llie fanad-1 )g >aW> are fQJ. a boi.d Ian Northern liiiBht be granted a gov-. .95 ow'c-t.O, lo complete tlio weat- ernnicnl loan, bul this denied oa ,5 uimvoidabie, it ba- the authority of Hon. W. T. White. wllea (or UBder [crnls o! lnB and other mlnlaterg. Since then, company, by speculation has dealt with the proija- Willy o: MacKeuzie t Mann being given a guarantee of bondr, but there has been uo official ur.ouncement as I, to the nature of tho proposals. All statements which have been made contained llie declar- ation tliat the railway fcuighls would be called upou to make certain Hi Tonight only DON'T MISS THE SECOND CHAPTER OF Our Mutual Girl" The Serial Drains In 52 Reels. MEXICAN EORDHR STORY "Repaid" TWO REELS OF THRILLS Keystone COMEDy .MASTER KINGSTON Always The Best Sherman Theatre Tonight Only Tonight Prices 10c andlSc 1 (he internet, and so arrange matters that thc government wculd have the assurance In the ovenl of tlielr failure lo mc.ei their the government and tho country would have ample Eerurily. It is ur.dertlood that ibo proposal laid before the caucus this rr.ornins was for n loud guarantee of forty- five millloTiB to be secured by .the lints of the company In Ontario, Que- bec and IJritlsh Columbia. irhlch the government agreed to guar- antee the cost of the consti-ucllc.ii of he mountain section up to 75 per cent. After tho caucus, bad adjourned, Premier Borden paid: "Tiie caucus waa called for the pose of dlBCUEslnz the Canadian of the Traumerei' Northern proposals. Tho discussion was interesting and satisfactory, and the proposals will ho submllled to Psrliauienl at an early dale." j Premier liordeu was asked if he had any anouncement to make about the dotalls ot Ibe proposals. He re- plied: It is nol lo make anouncemcnls of this kind they are submitted, to rfcrHaicent. -N'o au- THREE PART SOCIAL DRAMA; POWERFUL, EMOTIONAL AND GORGIOU8, FEATUAINQ THI GREATEST NUMBER OF TALENTED ARTISTS EVER TOGETHER ONLY Rorke's Drift" A Thrilling Eplsodi ol the Zulu War THREE DAYS COMMENCING THURSDAY Frank Morion and Metropolitan Cast 1 In Musical of Bill Nfgbtly Stats Now on and 30c- nouncement be ir.afie until then-" HOPE FOR SOUTHERN CROSS ABANDONED Now York, N.V., Aorll S: Co., agenls here for a fleel of vcs- ,jcciarcri" premier, in answer to Premier Asquith interposing Ihougli it demanded alien- "I lold lhal tliey were liypo- tiwi in the lliuse ot Commons chain- (criei ot ler here this alteinoon was given nut Mr. Chamberlain Hlllc hcarlr.E. Ulster was the wholp "As Itic I'rinie'MinisUr has recall' Tlie Ulslcr catechism td rny atlenlion lo that phrase let the ciucstion paper. I rr.e say I Ihink Ihal it nol uo an' not in a posilion to make The Prime .Mmlster knew at stVn-ont alout suggestions at the time solemnly c[ thc Kale London, April 2S. The ilevican situation, qut'Siion. on I host pro not accept engaged in sealing off Newfound-; land, announced lodny they had ceived of from the I lie aihicd thai he- did he would he able lo American Red CPJSS 16 aid in the re- a To the surrJisc 01 lief of lamilics of members of Hie fliere was lio iurlhtr slalemcnl of tho' steamship the Premier aboul situalion. ivlio were'loal in a blizzard. At the same lime announcement ;.as made thai ail horn for the steam- er Southern Cress and her crew ol 171 men had been abandoned. The business, after poriixi, Anstrn positions Dial we could them." ilr. Chamberlain went on to up nol know braid thc minisliy lor Ihcir reiuaa iiiake'svrf- to divulge Iht lull account ol Iheit to General Paget. As to Coi. Kecly's resignation, Mr. Cham berlain Jeclarti! that Col. fk'ciy' iault was nol lhat he had given'an ihe oueslion lo General Gough, hu Chamb'eSs Ib.fte had reduced it to wrilins -.mounls tn The lale was minister had only the TKJS STOMACH REMEDY HELPS OLD TRAPPER SUICIDES Prince Albert. Sask.. Anrll Xicholls, ail aged irnupcr in Almost every clay some grateful perscr, comes into our store and tells us of bene- fits received from the use cC Dys- pepsia TabVtc. hoTT much good they lave done others and what the yarc of, we Icel SJro they Rill help you. So great )3 our f si Hi in them that we 'urge you to try them entirely at our risk, with our pc.-sonal promise that if thty do all you expect them lo do and make your slonuch comfortable and healthy and your digestion caEy, we'll bind back your money. couldn't endorse anylhing any more strongly lhan do Kexail Dyiofpria Containinj Pepsin and Bismuth, two of lhe jreaKat digestive nids Inomi lo and it was called on at nnue. Austen Chamberlain remimlctl ihe house that when lhe Premier in March apoie on I his proposals iur altering lhe Homo tule hill, concluded Ml spcecli with a solemn appral to the House, wus allerwards informctl by Hon- ir Law and Sir Eiiward (Jaison that such proposals could nol form a basis of settlement. nwlitt! sriencf, Ihcy soolhe the Etomach, check hc-arlbum anJ'distrcss, promote 3. tho Candlo. district, and well known in the Vrince .Viberl scclion, s he had been !ierr> slnco I88S. was i regulate thc bowels. Remember, if they found dead'ulth a bullet wound don't nl ate your digestion so and com- natural flow cf ths gissric juiec, and help men, he, koc now lhal he did Col. Secly an ii jastioe when at he said thai hi oiiginal resignation and its reiusa had been a pul-up job. iiulchison, Kanns, molorcyclls opcncJ llie riJIns season with a 6 mile sociability run to Lillle Kivi and return. 'ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" One or tlio granlesl Hays ever nro- nioving Tdcture ccn- kept enthralled 'rom start lo finish Thc Iramp of armlrE. znd r cues, are vividly portrayed. But it Is nnfl Are You Buying a Cycle? SEE US BEFORE YOU DO All lhe best makes in stoxk. as Brantfords, 1'crfecls, Cyrus Phillips, and Slar.dard Cycles. Specifications, tho Hen of Krerything. Best allowances on old ma- chines. Cash o; wisy Genuiuo li. S. A. Cycles built lo order; 2 and 3-spccd Gears fitted; full lino of accecEOries. Repairs, Plating and Knamei- linff.. Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 5tli St. S. 10c-EMPRESS-75c Selig Chapter of Serijl The Adventures of Kathiyn Thrilling Wild Animal Elope from the Lion's Dtn A REAL WESTERN COMEDY AND OTHER FEATURES APRIL 30 AND MAY PHOTOPLAY The lion and the Mouse Mr. Frank Jlortoo, who is the leait- ng comedian. Is.of the George Cohan ype, rinick. nervous, ananny, full ot and life, and kceus thu auilltTice niling from his firsl entrance. Miss Gladys Iho prima lonna. Is a remarkably pretty young woman, who can and doss wcai- tho mosl charming creations of the mod- isle'fi arl. She has a beautiful voico and linows how to use il, in addition to being a clever actress. Jliss Kay Vvlnst'la, being blond. Is an excellent conlrast lo Jilfs Vaueh- an'n brtnelle type, as well as In the various characters she enacts. Jerry Valentine IB a versatile actor of lhe "Old IfomesleaO" nud 'Josh Whilcomb" lype. Mr. .lack FlenuiE dc-Hshlo with his superb tenor fnicc. All are sinsers and danco.Toi" Eb- LAST TIME Bijou, Tonight Dustin farmim -------IN------- Soldiers of Fortune 10c FIVE PARTS 16c Read llio Preis Report on thin Production, or take our for it. IT'S GREAT. no blood ami thunder drama of lhe common or jjarden variety. Tlicro is thc of llio pulillc. miss any ol Ihls To the Citizens of LcthbrMgs: The following filatement appeared In the 27th, Herald is in reicipt ol a long Idler from Dr. Mason In reply to Dr. Gafbrailh. The letter goes into de- tails 2s to thc value of vjcclnjtion. With this the HerMd Is no! concerned. Neither are the people. What they wanl lo know is whether lhe Health Act of the Province makes vaccination compulsory or nol. and If so, Is the local Eojrrf of Health ready and willing to tee that the law It enforced. The value, or otherwise, of vaccination, Is some- thing to arjue bifore the Itglilalure. It has a remote bearing on the case uniier Therefore, having been denied equal privileges In the columns of lhe Lethbridge Dally Herald, with olher physicians of Ihis clly 111 discuaiinij lhe subject of compulsory vaccination, I take this means of advising the people that, so far as my time permils, I cheerfully answer any on the subject which may he asked by callera at my office fn Sherlock Building. I frankly that In my opinion compulsory vaccination Is. a rible error, DR. L. B, MASON, Physician. com are "SOLDIERG OF FORTUNE" AT THE BIJOU IS FINEST PRODUCTION OF ITS KIND (By Argus) calchy melody and ptenly of ;t, are fealures with the Frank Morton Co., 'al the Sherman Theatre, for three [days, commencing Thursday, April 30. This company has enjoyed universal 'nnd success, wherever Ihcy Amongst tbo many entertaining and especially on Ihe Pnc- Inlcrcsllng tllniB of Iho Famous Way- f M3t niey are prime fav, ers series pul on at the UIJou, Ihe p "Soldiers of Fortune" does nol take, nocond place. II wns n bc.iullful and Ilirlllln? cxhihilion of advenlure and local cteherr. which LI would be licr.ll lo see eiceded. Wllh the Mexican situation loom- ing Inrgn in the popular gnze, the sllrrlng Incldenlj displayed were pe- cullariy nuproprlali! and telllnR. How I easy rovolutlons are worked and on- filhcered in lhe ho'- bedded regions [whcro they periodically fomcnl, cau he nrpreclifed whon the "SoMlen o( Fiitlufic-'1 ia viewed. The story Is dramr.ttc.it1y anil beautifully lold. There In no cessation of Interest, bul, pnleallng with auiltoncolt Matchless helps to women's comfoit, physical to pro- mote healthy, natural action of tha organs of anrl ejimlnilion Ionic, safe and ever reliible BiECHAM'S PILLS cenls. A DELlOHTfUL FILM The Sherman mnna5ernont who arc ilorir specializing in literary and artisllc sub'ecls ol' a high order, nre prefenting for Ihe approval of their palrona, one of the strongest social dramns ever produced. It deals with a problem of everyday life in a most .he story is amid of Ibe mosl dclicHrl'iil and gorgeous fenr- rouuillngs lhat ever have hcon chcs- en in tho world photo-play. The :ilm Is In such demand1 that It bo -.tld only for one day, and lovers of tho photo-flay art are commended to toe Ihls masterpiece ol Iho KOiEon For Wednesday nijhl a patriotic film, reminiscent, of lhe war in and la tlio feature subject. Absorb- ing In Its intensity, "Ilorko'fl Drill" is a subject that will elart lhe pat- riotic Moor! of every lirillsli subject rourelng -through lhe veins, and llio Ihenlre should nng-wllh lhe cheers as tho .nans' deeds of valor, are brought back lo memory on Ihe screen. Tr.ia Is a subject lhat every school i< ;