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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -TUBSDAY, Al'mi.28, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAMJ PAGE THREE MARKETS Two and Half I on Operating Table Could Not In Tht LOCAL WHEAT PRICES No. I Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 No. t No. 5 No- 1 No. 3 3 Ko. (Co. -Nor. Nor. Nor. nea ItCll lloj ......71 .....71 ......CS ......01 ......5C Ko. I llC'l No. 'i 3 IU-J 4 HeJ No. 5 Hcil GIN PILLS PASSED IT ......7.1 ...1.1 i 4 lied............... Tl'KSllAY'iJ. Wiiuiij.i-g, April cloiiiig prices U-duy .Inly CM ftals May V tax- May .luly Xor....... JOJ.lETtE, P. Q. "Iluriiix August JsM, 1 went to Mon- treal locojlsuIt a sjK-ciallit as I hid beta suffering tcnibly Yvilh Stone iu Uliddcr. Me Jtcidtd to operate b-it said the stone too large nmioveaud. too 59 Imti to crush. I rtl'.iruetl home .--j recommended, by a fricud to try CIS HI.LS. Tliey rtlitvetl pain. I tool D5! boxts ami went lack to the specialist. _ I He said the iloue was smaller but he 1 could not remove it although he tiifd ilAUKKTK. fortwo hours a half. 1 returned liumeandcoutlnMdlotakeGlN PILLS, j and to my great surprise aud joy, I Open Close GIN f'tLLs'are the bcit tttdicint In 911 the world and became thty did me so 93; much Kood, I will recomtncud them all the rest of lily 17" J. Ar.urRT LSSSARD. tei alldcajers, nor.ty back if they fail lo gire relief. Sa'unile free. National Cliton. Co, of Cauada, y.yiD Will Fight it--Govcrnment Likely to Guarantee Bond on Forty Percent Common Stock in Hoiise Soon Ottawa, Out., Ajril work; In addition, Be- 1 Parliament was Ip-spentlcJ this' curtrs control of l'> HT of the ircornliig, in order that all tho Con- coiiiinon 'stock of the. company, an- amative mejubtrs might be free to'other: 16 per cent. to tiu held In attend caucua al wlili-h J'remler truM, and IB to revert to tlie soven-.- Boriien laid before ihi-a the Kovern-' ment it the company falls (u raeet Its rnent'B. propose! fatiadteii Sortheru obligations. This uou-.d elve tho gor-. Hallway aid iirouDsale. In addition. It j erumcnl control o! Iho tTBteui. its understood to u ulan for further, of the caucus, SI3J SSI 361 r, 1.37} 1.37J Spring 1 Nor No. 2 No. A Nor Nil.- 4 5 No. li KCCJ Winter i Xo. i t. NO. 2 c. w. Nu.-2 Krai No. a -4 Nu. I X. W. C............. No. 2 W................i No. 3. C. MINXK.U'OLIS ....I....'................... 901 July :....i............. 91 i 8S1 CHcDAfiO' S2i .SB; Stpt. 1.37} 1.3B 1.37 Mj RT; 4U 421 1.34 1.111 1.221 871 ss; Sage and Sulphur Darkens Gray Hair this through faded, life-. leic locki arid they become dark, glossy, youthful aid in the way of bond guarantees to. very discreet BP to the nature j the Grand Trunk Pacific. Three cow-i Ot tho discussion, but ir.sy said Ihnl iniliecs of the House to hatejoii. the' whole, the jjrocecdmgs had I met, but b view of the impoitance of; been harmonious. j the matter to ht dlicusatd, aud the j K b Bennett (Calgary) and W. F.' Inability of Conservative to (Kingston) Ml the caucus' attend, these did not convene. i VO-M cot anything. U' Naturally, thero wan a great deal is ,liat adhere lo Ihelr of interest as to the na'.iire of the pro- -o[ opposing tho proposals in regard lo which during the 0[ ,ne S0vorriinei.t, ar.d left In order r past two montns or more there has _ ,hal ,hfj. bc rrcc to adopt tills been a great diversity of speculation. Icour60 ih'the hO'JBe. j In first placo.lt will be recalled j proposals. that I retorted that the fanad- (D_. v Ian Northern might be granted a gov-j to lho lemment loau. but this was dented on !s lt lho authority o' Hou. P. LIVESTOCK MAItKET- Winnipeg, Ainil- de- nianJ lor live slocV on- .Monday at rniuri anJ C. .P. li.t slock yards t'ft'a.s quiet imil receipts' liKhter than 1'liccfi unchanged though "a break may occur any day, trade is Bo iiuiet. cattle, was shipped no. St. il'anliMoiiday.iiiighi- from the T_'nibh Yarrts." C'lioice'slcsrs were nuclei! 17.25 57.50..choice- to JS.25. atd connnnn previously quoted, [logs were, riuot- r-l at. -SS.OO to SS.M for choice wiih .the usual reductions .on roughs, hcav- Se.s anil Killing riilotal-ioiis were ns folloivs butcher steers "1n 57.50 fair to goorl hnffher steers to rhoirc biilfhcr heif- er's lo SC.25; lair to good liuleher heifers 5S.35 fo good liiitclirr cows to fair lows' and hcifrrs H.13 lo' {5.25 Toinmbn cows J2.7S lo 81.50; best tiulls lo comrnon bulls SI.2S lo St.atlj.brst feeders J5.75 to fn.on best slacker's to J.V.50 licst milkers and sp.rinfscrs (55.00 to coinmon lo aiiilkers and sprfngers- to JnO.09. good calves' In 1C.On choice, calves S6.00 to S7 clioke spring laniiis 57.00 killing atiecp 1a 55.50 clioicc'-liogK SS.OO to'58.25'; Ilougli and heavies to stacs S4.SO. Hcceipls tor days eutling 'day were, ns follows Hair tliat loses It3 color and lustre, or when it fades, turns gray, dull and lifeless. Is CMS- ,.d by u lack of sulphur In tbu Mr.' Our 'gratidmother made :i mixture of Tea and locks dark thousands-of .-.omen and ir.en value thut fn color, thit beaultful dark o( hair which Is so at- this old-tlmo recipe. .j.vadnys we Ket this famous by aiklns at any drag ,-tore for a 50.. cent bottle of Sage and Sulphur Hair Rcniedy." which darkens the hair so naturally, so evenly, that .uitody cm jiosilMy tell it has Besides, it takes dandruff, stops scalp itching 'and falling vliRl'r. You just 1 dampen a or soft brush .viUi It and draw thu through your hair, inking one small :trand at u. tlice. By uiorlilDE j gray hair dleapnears; lint the tidies with Sage 'and Sulphur IB uat, besides beautifully dark- ening tlie hsir. after a few It'alto brings :.0 p.ii.l lustre and gives It an of abundance. Hlglnbotham other Siace I Bpeculat on has dealt w.th the pioba- j gOVMainor.t asreed to suar- blllty-oI-MacKenzle 6 Mann belne ,he 'ivrc this afternoon was given but Mr. Chamberlain liim. hearing. XJSstcc was the whole question. The daily_Ulslcr.catethism en -ike" "question the T'rime has recall- ed my attention lo that phrase let me say I think that it was not un- I am not in a position to-make merited Knew at ans- alatement about'suggestions at, the lime he foleranly made-those pro- thijs stagpi o[ lhe uujp posilions thaV we could .not accept sels engaged in Baling off "had declared tlie Premier in 'answer land, announced today they "had re- j that he did- not thcm.' 3Ir. Chambtrlain iwent on to up- the minislty for.their refusal ceu-ed a contribution of Iron 'the v-hcn he would Le able to make such to divulge Us lull "account of their American Ked Cross lo aitl'in the re- a statement. To the surr-rise of b'otli .insl-ructioris to Otneral Paget. As to lief of families, of members of tbe sjllcs there 'was no further statement t-ol. Sccly's resignation, Mr. Cham- JU" declared that Col. Seety's fauJt was', not that be had given am flic question' assurance to General but Chamlicrlain's ttiat it fo wrilintg cr-Soiithern Cross nnd'iier'crcn--af wliich practically amounts. to" Tne 3ate was minister had only hoen a vote of censure on the government; i dupn aiui tool ol and it was calleM on at once. Austen antt he, (Ctiamberlalnl, Knew crew of the-aleamBhip N'ew.'ouDQ-.and., ,ollat'. Irom about ilt tcrlain who iverc lost iii a blizzard. Ulster situation. At 'the- Fame time announcenient husmws after (is made ilmt aU hope for the Gleam- period was Austen 17J. men tccn" abandoned. I OLD TRAPPErt SUICIDES Prince Alberf, Sosk., Ayril Blephen Nicholls, an trapper iti the Candto Lake district, and well Hie Prince A'ibert seclioit, he had Ijeen -liere since 1S8S, was THIS STOMACH REMEDY HELPS YOUR FRIENDS Almost every day some1 grateful ptrsor. comes into store and tells us of bene- fits received from tlie. use of Rcxall Dys- pepsui Tablets. Knftwirtt how much they have dons others and what th ty are made of; we (eel sure they will hdp you. So great la cur faith in them thatwt urge you to try them entirely at oiir rialc, with our personal promise that if they dcn't do all you expect them to do or.d make your stomach confprtaWc ar.d healthy arid your digestion we'll h and back your money. We. couldn't endorse anytninf any more strongly than we do RexaJl Dyspepsia Tablcta. Containing Fepan and Bisrr.uth, Ivro of the eremites t digestive aids knorrn to medical science, they soothe the stomach, check heartburn and distress, promote natural flow of tJw gastric j'aice, and help regulate the bowels. ii they Ichanihcrlaln reminded Uie house that he did Col. Sfck an in- u-hvn the in March spoke .on I Juslte when at nrst'hc said that his proposals lor altering the Home t resignalioa ar.d its retusa found Jead wltli n hullcl wound idon'tniakcyourdigtMiqnsdeasyiuidconi- fnroiigh Ills in'Jiia cabin lu the Portable lhat'you'can cut.whatever you dnced hy Ttulc bill, lie concluded liis speech had teen a put-up job. with a solemn appeal lo tlie House, and T--Q.S cftenvaids intormwl by Ron- ir Lnw'and Sir Edward Carson that ,'oj'ened the rfdmc season with a inch proposals could not form a basis j acclabHily run to Utlle HIv. motorcyclist ich propi scttlcmpnt. i ant] return. "ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" kept cnlliralled Irom start It) flntsli. The tramp of and re Jill Tonight only DON'T MISS THE SECOND CHAPTER OF "Our Mutual Girl" MASTHU KINGSTON m Always The Best Sherman Theatre Tonight Only Tonight Prices lOc andlSc The Call of the Traumerei' THREE PART SOCIAL DRAMA; POWERFUL, EMOTIONAL AND GO.ROIOUt, PtATURIKa THI GREATEST NUMBER OF TALENTED ARTISTS EVERTOGETHER WEDNESDAY ONLY. "Rorke's Drift" A Thrilring Episode of lhe Zulu War DAYS COMMENCING THURSDAY Frank Morton and Metropolitan Cast In Mullcil of Bill Nightly Seati Now on and 50c. Are You Buying a Cycle? SEE US BEFORE YOU DO All the best.niakes In stock, as BranUcrds, Perfect, Cyrus PbililDs.'and Standard Cycles. Specifications, tbe> Tlesl of Ererythiujr. Beat allowances .on old. ma-, chines. Caeli or edsy. payments.-'- Genuine U. S. 'A. 'Cycles .built to order; and-3-spoed Gears' full line of accessories.- j Plating "and Enamel- 5 IliiE. Lethbfidge Cycle Co. 110 5lh St. S. SElig Chapter of Serill The Adventures of Kathlyn "_ Thrilling Wild Animal Escape from the Lion's Den x i A R.EAL WESTERN COMEDY AND OTHER FEATURES APRIL 30. AND PHOTOPLAY The Lion and the Mouse Sir. Frank Morion, who is tho lead- Ing comedian, Is of the George Cohan type, quick, nervous, snappy, full of v.m and Ufa, and keeps tho audience iling from his first entrance. MJsa GlaAys the prlma- niin, is a remarkably pretty young woman, who can nnd docs wear the meat charming creations of tho mcd- Iste'B art. She has a beautiful voice and knows how to use U, In addition to being a clever actress. Miss Fay belag blond, is an excellent contrast to MJES Vaugh- an'a briiTielte as well as In the various characters she enacts. Jerry Valentino Is a versatile actor of the "Old Homestead" and 'Josh WhUcomb" type. Mr. Jack Fleming delights with bis tucerb tenor All are singers and danco.'a of rb- JHME Biiou, Tonight Dustin Farnum Soldiers of Fortune 10c FIVE PARTS 16c Rfad tlie Frets HopOrt on thla or take our word for it. ITS GHBAT. vldly portraj'rf. But II Is nncl. tire no blood and thunder drama.of tho tho many musical numbers, until the One or the greatest plays ever pro- liw entire company are breat.iVi.M. ny .ovln, .ic.uro There h, J Advertisement, A CARD. To the Citlztns of Lcthbridgt; The following statement appeared In the "Ltthbrjdgt April 27lh, "Tht Herald is in receipt of a long letter from Dr. Tn reply to Dr. Oalbraith, The letter aoet into dt- tsiis 55 tc ths value flf vaccination. With'thlV-the Herald fs not concerned. Neither are (he people. What they want (o know Is whether the Health Act of the Province- makes vaccination compulsory or not, and [f so, Ic trie local Board of rfealth and wlllfng to see that the is enforced.. The valvef or otherwise, of some- thing to argue before the legislature. It has anly a ctmote btarjng bn the caia under .Therefore, having equal privileges In the columns of the L el h bridge Daily with other physicians of thfs'clly In discussing the su-bject of compuEtory. vaccination, I take this means of atMting the people thil, so far as my'time permits, (.will any questions on the subject which may be asked by at my. office In the Sherfock I frankly slate that In my opinion compulsory vaccination U a ter- rible DR. L. B, MA8ON, Physlcfan, ot tlio public. IWn't miss any or this series. AT THE OF FORTUNE" BIJOU 13 FINEST MUSICAL COMEDY OE LUXE UeauliM special, fcenery, bright, catchy melody and plenty'of it, are features stltl: tlie Frank Morton Co, PRODUCTION OF ITS K NO at -tbe ThMlrc' PRODUCTION OF HS KTND commencing Thursday, Aprll'30. (By Arflus) Amongst (he many entertaining Interesting films of .the1 Kttiious Play- ere ecrlea on at the nijnu, tiic Soldiers of Korliinft" doef not fako aeconil place. H WAS a beautiful. anrt thrililng "exhibition of adventure and local scenery, which H would lie dif- ficult to sec excelled. With the-MBxIcair situation loom- ing large In .the popular gaze, tho Plirring incidents displayed were pe- culiarly appropriate and lelllng. How e.w .revolutions arc. worked and en-" glneered In the hot regions whcro they poriodlcftlly foment, can 1m appreciated when the "Soldierg of Fortune" U viewed. Tho story IA drnniiUlcariy and lieaullfuliy lolJ. Thf-ro is no cessation of but, imisiting with rc-o1l5tn( tho audience-la Tufa company lias enjoyed universal I and dcservtd BIICCCSS, wliercver they avc nppcured, ospecfally on (he J'ac- coast, 'rvhero tiny are prime fav? Matchless kelps to wenwn comfort, well-being, Wmly to pro- mote healthy, ratonl tetien of Ox otftnt digettwn UM tonfc, itlt md BEECHAM'S PILLS DELIGHTFUL FILM Tho Sherman management who" are-norir suecfalizuig in literary and artistic subjects of a htgh order, are ,g for the "approval o( their patrons, one of the strongest social dramns over produced, tt deals with a problem of everyday life in a inost and emotional manner, and lho story la tuid amid some of the moat, dcliehittri ftnd gorgeous roundinRS that ever have" been clios- pn In. tho world of photo-iilay. The film is in such demand that II can to litld only for one day, nnj lovers of. llio photo-play art arc commended to see this masterpiece of the- E4teon slutilo. Wednesday nfghl a patriotic film, reminiscent of the ivar In Eiilu- land Is the feature subject. Abmb- Ing in iiB intensity, "Horkflfs Drift" (B a subject that will start the pat- riotic hloqd of every British subject coiirelnjf through tbo the theatre should ring Tvitb tho cheers as the mfttiy deeds of valor arc brought bafk to memory on tho screen. TJiIa Is a subject that eiery erhool, cMld should be permitted to sec, us it la an educational lesson. Watch the paper for -announcements of llio policy to.bp.adoijtccl at this house ot peiftct COMMANDER Second In Command of the Scitt Expedition HIMSELF TELLING .THE THRILLING STORY OF EVANS THE THRILLING STORY OF "Scott's the Soiitli Pole" HluctrAted aiereopticin by H. Q. Ponting and Dr. of pirty. Tht Story Scott Would Toltf He Lived May 4th-Wesley Church nc, SCc, Seal pltn Open Drug Storj. Purest wxl MfMt of all arid Hamlm'iWfuni Oil tfavurite with tiWorstndniJrsfrs for over lUhighqtuUtyinjredienfs w.. irtnTtTfifat ete. HAMUK9 WIZARD OH. ;