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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, rEBRUAliy 10, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRER MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS 'Xo. I Nor.......11 No. S Nor.......C'J Xo. 3 Nu 4 Noi......C'J Vn Xor. -No. 1 Ko. 2 NO. a -Vo. 1 NO. a No. t Nu. j llf'1 No. 5 ItcJ lied I tod llnl lied ......71 t'J ......tiU ,55 t'J GOVERNMENT TROOPS NOW MARCHING ON CAPE HAY- TIEN END IS IN SICHT WINNIPEG MARKETS Cape lUUirn. Hayti, Feb. 16.- Two victories wen- won vrslcrday by IH the .iriuies suit In the north by ire- US si dent Oreste lo auupiess the revolution the leadership of Senator luv.miar, Theodore. The first success gained al Plaibaucr, u town on the frnin An Important Event At The The noted Engliih nctor -------JOHN LAWSON in------- Humanity This actor made the play and himself famous in a night Admission Adults 15 cents Children 10 cents Winnipeg. Mali. Fell. Tlie lo Cape uliere a closing prices on (he loeul 'letachiumt o[ relwl troops May October market today were as follows: Oiieu t'3o.ce Si'li ria> May July iss Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. Northern Xo. X N'orthurn No. t No. f. No. (I No. 1 Winter No. 1' Winter Xo. 1! Wlntrr No. -1 C. No. .1 C. No. I Peed Xo. :l Xo. 4 I'ec'l No. 1 N. W. U 2 C. W Minneapolis Wheat Open May '.'OTi .iuly Chicago Whcal May WJ ..Inly K'.'t SI It 7t touted. The encounter took ['lace at [Jo I'aix, whivh had been it. the li for dityis, IICIK been con- mniHtted, with promises of still higher temperatures before night. his morning's reports from uui- j iioiiils shon that the a'ffll BUS TUB HI? 11' Id 131 C'lOEP 9 Mi 1 'To, holding of police court...55.00" This ivas the uuuiual till that the police commission bid to deal with at their mating Friday afternoon. hill ariws from tbe lact that 'police court was held al the oi the week at the oi P. Innian, in the case of Cony, the latter facing uuablc to j attend the regular siltingb. The I magistrate btalcd that a chaise might be inaile at the time, bin he t.ol say who Aouhi pay it. Hi Tonight at the Sherman From the a U ended Oils iionn! of tbe u-eott, it Is thcatregoins pulillt Uie v; a poor imitalon. mezit at limes admits not as gooil as tlie cliE: worth the 3 that ir tiuusij tbc las; j'uliy evident the Kisity hy manage- staii'lard IB yci un the o' uaomimne-nt is Sherman Theatre Tuesday, Wednesday Dancing Marnells Milanb Duo Ed. and Madeline Franks fumtdy 1'ldVltl, "J'JSt l.ikc a Jack King Quartette .hi Ml 11 4 Of the Best in Photo Play 4 Special Added Attraction For Entire Week Special Professor Zella Co. Special In Scientific Hypnotism AN EDUCATIONAL. INTERESTING AND AMUSING ENTERTAINMENT. INTRODUCED AT EVEN ING PERFORMANCES ONLY. ZHEB3ES LEGUIA IS ACTJNG PRESIDENT OF PERU Feb. [he jinsEcngors on the Carnuuila, -when ahe bore "on Saturday for -Nev-- Vork: -.'.'as lloliert VJ. I.eguia, (trst vice-prestilenl of Peni, who said 3io liad" been called hack to Lima lu tliR office of" president of. the republic during the uucyplred iertn or President Guillermo DUllnghural. "HA-DRW DTSPEPSIA TAMES K fenl VilM U There Is ocly one for Uie of enthusiastic letters we receive praising Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, Uut is that these laWela 'ccitaiaijr do cure any kind of rtomach trouble. Here Ls-a typical IcUer from ilisj Elid Afmswoitliy, Causo, N.S.: "It U witli plcisuie I vrriU totmform you that your Na-Dni-Co TahlcU have proved of great value to me. I tried remedy after remedy bnt Ktlhoot any lasting good. Huinghfard of jour tablets curing such u niitie I decided to cive them a trial. They proved salisfaclory in my case." The ncuiaitablc success of Nft-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is such a success M can only come to a" honest .compounded according to in exception- rlly formula, front pure ingre- dients, by e-xpert cliemiiU. troubled vrilli your stomach just yoiir Drnrgist about Na-Dru-Co nyspepcii Tablets, compounded by the National Drug and Chemical Co. of Carzda, Limited, and sold Uirwugh Uie Dominion a box. if Hair is Turning Gray, Use Sage Tea Don't look oldl Try Grandmotr- cr't recipe to darken and beautify faded, lifeless hair That Ijc.iutiful, even shade of gioasy hair can only be had by brewing n mixture o[ 3flgo Tea and. Sulphur. Your Ji.ilr Is your clmrni. It makes or mais face. When it turn i grejv.atrcnfeed and looka dry. Mlsjty nnd actaggly, just an npr-llcaliou' or two of and Sulphur appear- ancc a lnmdryrlfold. Don't bother to prepare the lonEc; yon can get from any rtrug slorc ;i SO cent bolllc of "Wyeth's Sage ami Sulphur Hair ready" in us2. This can ahvayB he upon lo bring bach the natural color, thickness and Inslrc of your linlr anil remove dandruft Etop.acaSp .-Kohing-and' falling Ualn Kvfiryhrnly uses Rngo nud Sulphur'1 htrcauPe it darkens FO naturally and evenly that nobody ran fp.l] it has teen ajjj'itcd. Yon almnly dampen a sponge or brush wlih It and draw thin throngli (ho hair, tak- ing ono small .itmud at a time; by morning Iho jsray liair 1ms dlsapifcarcd, and after another applfcntion it lit-comcs beauti- fully ilittfc nud .ippcnrs glossy, lustrous nnil almndanl. .1. Jllginholham ft Co- I-ffl., agonb. 'presumably during a deliriouF condilion, Uie result of an bp noticed that tlie spoon ledger in the 'mm'i. i lure of North Uay lias fallen to advire was so-Jght over the telephone, 3 below zero, a [joint EllJijbut. the cadi wan r.c nearer a solu- a than yesterday. AlLenilate is1 (ion, so the matter was laid the lias been frozen, with :T. Sound tahle he reaches a decision. It arranged, the actB <-ominK witli cx- 18 iielow; Eili-alford. ITi {may he that the at the end of vslloni credeiitials al] cities o.i i London, JO below; Sarnfa, trial will be made to include this the circuit.' Scientific ilerauiislrationa i below; St. Thomas, 15 be'ow, and Xi-! amount, and whoever loies are always aujirecatc-d. and realising Falls, 17 bcTo'w. I to pay up. tho public arc alert lo ihe many pos- sfbililics in the realm uf liypr.otisnt. usefulness in moulding the character of one's lif'--, apart from its value au anaesOJttii: in surgery. Professor Zella t {.'o. have been en- gaged as a special arlUeil Attraction. The Professor" has studit-d the science of hypnotism for a number o; rears, and has a reputation endorsed by the j public, press and me-dieal profession j throughout the American continent, rhany eminent nliysfeians eulogizing is work in very high terms. Coupled vllh Oip usual excellent prograimue, lio'offerins a-t tlie Sherman bids fairj excel any heretofore presented. The management rely on the verdict qf'-its .patrons, and feels confident! hat 'the engaKement of Professor. Co. will meet- with tho ap- proval of high-class amusement. ThriHir'of Which Will be' Shown at the Bijou Tonight-fn Three ReeU tlie rather indefinite title the Apas Him Co. has released a" tbree-pSrl' subject that is almost the last word pin picture mrio- drama. Tho villain of the story be- comes ruined br belllng.on borse rac- es.Vand Is about to.kill himself prftvenled bj' a friend who offers bire asylumf until such time as his for- .lunes may be restored. This bene- factor overatcs a gambling saloon for a high. class clientele, and the vil- lain of the play takes an Interest 11 tiio game to (he extent'of skinnin a ceriatn army captain through the aid of a servant, and Mris liig vkllni r In a scrimmage that follows. After hiding his vctlm in tho bpry. (lie.villain furtiier attempts to debauch his friend's wife and almost succeeds in persuading 'her to run away viilh him before his treachery is discovered. WhMi confronted with tho evidence of ins villainy by the outraged benefactor, the traitor fight, and a battle roval (akes place which rims through almost .in entire reel, ending In a deserved death for the villain. To-ni0ht First show starts 7 p.m. Last show closes 11 p.m. "ROBIN HOOD" 4 ACTS The stirring life of the great adventurer known to every man, woman and child Special Orchestra Usual Admission To-day EMPRESS To-day ZKJ.LA. THE MASTER HYPNOTIST. :5 KEELS OL'I? NEW MINISTER 3 HEELS Featuring Josejili Conyers in his criminal role "Darius tte Village in thpf great Rural Drama by Denman Thomjisou and George Ryer. MISS GERTRUDE PULLEY IN A NEW SONG Absolutely the best program ever offerer! in tills city at 10 autl 15 cents. BIJOU Three Nights Commencing Thursday February 26 Matinee Saturday, February 28th ARCHITECTS PRELIMINARY SKETCH OF THE PROPOSED DOMIN- ION HOUSE IN Gfey'bas'gonc; on'his doctor's iiclvlce, on a holiday voyage to Australia and New the DuVc of Nor- folk Iia3 ccnEonttd to lake bis place during Iii.-t absence an chairman of Ihe directors of the Dominion Site tlie syndicate which has obtained on thn .IMwych site-from Council. Ixird Chelmsfnrrl atid Sir Edwnrd Ward have recently Joined the board, Lpid OliC'lmFford ]efl P'ngland for Canada on Ihe Olympic .on Wednesday, al Lord Orcy'fl request, In order to lay detailed plaos.of the scheme- before Mr. Hor- den. Prime Minffter ot'thp nointnion. Tho scheme In Its r.reaciH llirce pTimnry objects. It uo'.ild enable the govern menu of the" jsell-govcni- liip Dominions nnd of the various Sfales ami Provinces.to'concentrate on one central alto thoir now widely distributed in different fiarts of London. Jt would caiisc the ntLondon of the home conatimcr to bo focusscd citccHvcly. ami impressively on the proJuctn of the nomlhJons. give the ntami-' fjictnrcrs of IhftrnitCfl. Kingdom an opportunity of ascertaining and meeting the renulrement-; of Greater Hritnln. "ROBIN HOODV AT STARLAND TONIGHT Packed houses will no tloulH the firot showing of "Robin al Slariand Ilijiljht. There Is no doubl bill Hut all who see this great V-roiIucllon iviM tie. moro llian dcllglit- ed with il. "HoWa Hood" la one ot 'ne.moat beautiful and costly fcaturfp ever i.roiluced. As one critic tipnn "Hcbln Hood'1 rcmarkcil: "Tim nholo is a Iriurr.r'i 0.' real- acliievement whtcli could (in- ly be carried out in moving pictures. To those T.-ho liavo iovcrt Ihe- story of .'lioliln who.have read it In their cliihtl'Ood, and re-read Il-Jusl hctorc brdlimo to Iheir own children, it Is living brcathln.? IloMn Hooii and his men." A special orchestra will he heard in counec'lon with this feature, romplet- ingr one of the oesl prograramcs pos-! siblc to pcciire. Allhough costing a fortune lo produce and lielnst secured only at consirtcralilo expfenso by S.tar-: land, thctc will he no ratsu In llio ad- i tonight, when this eslraor- dinary allractlon ivrtl riiotrn for Iha first time in Lethbridgc Slar-1 lanil. HUNT Seats Now On Sale Grand the I. Tho insnasemenl nnhtsltalinslv at-, firms that the nrogrFirnme provided i at the lor todny and tomor- row the beat ever presented in this city tor Ihe of 10 cents child- ren and IS cents adults. In addition lo the usual sr.cndld al- ways'to to seen at iroiiular SioiiEp. Proftssor Xella, Uie master 'cMiiriny Joseph-Oonyera iti his orlg- liyi'nolisl, wMI coirnicnco an (jnagc-jnni role of Darlns Staitlc, the tillage raent of oni'wccX only, and nil should I conslriWe, in.tlic great rur.nl drama take adv'anrage lo see him. i by lientuau Tiiompson anil (iporgu The great tlirea-rc'jl fe.ilure. "Our Kytr. Threft inlllloii 'people' havr New Is or.o of the master- j at tho nnttcs_of Joseph t.'on- liloccK of Ihe moving iiictiife ycrs as tho cousta'jic in this homely In many years it iiirseiited on tlie .Miss (Icrtnnie I'ulley will again np- irar to ileiis'it Ilic freiiucritera In a nm- sonp, and n-llh othor -pictures fompjetes a I'rogramrao thai cannot' Fte liealen. ;