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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET H bl Fuge i ONE NIGHT ONLY Ay. B. SHERMAN, Mgr. Phone WM; Prcseiitatioit-: oi tlie Pixley Comic OiMira Triumph GUS C. WEINBURG Ana over half a OTHERS Saucy, Bevvitching Cliorusf KANGAROO GIRLS FAREWELL PACIFIC PRICES '50 SEATSONSALE AT fcOtt TELiEGRAPHJC BRIEFS Henwood, for many. years RH- excise officer-af-Victoria, B.'-C. is ..Currie- Bros., r departmental store .best .corner ..lot 111 .Jti Tickets JjrJnted-in. both Frenclr and .lingllsii ,the lJacItic_Hajiway. .at' ye'ster- flay. The company had' not' made' pfe' paration for thejximihg into force'of the Lavergn'e" bill on January but- late ias't' week a Qecis- 'issue" the >PLU.S FOR ROUND TR1R -Frpni all stations in Ontario, r ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to ancouer and Success of ty TAFT WELCOMED AS A KING 'lashing Swords and Royal Anthem Greet Him at Theatre. .Washington, D; C.; .Jan. G.--Nervous and 'apprehensive statesmen today arc liscussing wha't they aie convinced is an atienipVto. establish a Taft royal the republic, tia'ns- orm the, historic- east- room -oi the into a throne room, and fer-bnlVice PrCsidcnt'Shermari life title of Ear'" of. Utica.. with pow.ti; organize at once a house of lord's." -'The incident that gave rise to '.this' ipas'rii of terror.occurred last night Taft attended the theater.-. The inveterate llifr; .ersber.-VAj.ways when he nlayhbuse7.i-.lic-' orchestYa -and players" suspend until he is seated, the a'udfc' ence the orchestra pla'vs "Tile .Star. Spangled .Banner." Tbeii'. the play is resumed.. bwords Flash a' :When Mr. Taft. and-his family erT-' iered the presidential--box. last njglvt- the play was1 in', progress. It imported musical comedy and chorus and orchestra were recruited wi' t.liB sound of: Bow Bells; thp president was >to 'attend, -.the .management had1 arrayed of .the chorus men military trappings, and; when- Taft.entered, this.martial band ed! .the :and-'stood- at salutci until the .president: was-seated. highly effective..'': leader. raised .'-bis held, an .in. ly. ...The orchestra ..promptly launch 4 .into; the strain to Be; Comforted -1 The 'nervous and apprehensive states me'n 'refuse to be comforted announcement (that loathe same music the QI-'-'My that affair marked.. of AVOID OVER CONFIIPCII i 11 WORK UNTU.M riill Candidates Should not Stop Now, Thinking They Have Enough Vptca-The Remaining Days; of 7 Contest are just as Important as the Days are Passed OF Ntw aoo Old 1500 4500 '7500 moo .tCrooked spr i? Spli n tV, A r Li fi cial, to 1095 raoneyjurn- >J- -to worth iCOREY RESIGNS Giveitl.Up Jpb'cai President .of, Will Probably Have Successor offerj-.which clbaefl oh Wed fiejlast''turn ''in the great voting cbhVest.: f'rCan'- dictates'..'are .the j noi stopping' or I taitering.'; {hiugs "avoid ov- erconndjence.-VlfrlB.-'jrery; 'great I many strong ou "the -notlikely that any of his or Jicr choice the race is continu- ed, .The new club offer votes lesc-l'iori each: -dollar's; iub- esv one -titan another.'': the return Tickets bn'sale December. 15. and 17. 1910; January 20, 21, 22 and and February 1911; sgod to re- turn within, three from'aate'o' issue. to nearest C. P.- Ry. for'full information. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers "Hay, C5rain and Produce by caiylowest prices. Phone 676, P.. O. Box 2060 ..MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG. AUCTION SALES Conducted, on short notice. Sat-' Isfaction 'guaranteed. liive stock ind implements" a' specialty. J.A. Smithf -J14. Wood St., Lothbrldge, -Regular, sales at J. C. Grams' Sale .Barb, .Wood St., cm and fourth Tuesday, of can make: tliVhrbad'state- ment. tlic depehdsMargely upbnj'the the land 'oh Trhich' the. One-kind of Maud brings the'.greatest recurn certain crop; piece of land qualityjwpulri perhaps yield-a t very.' small return if crop.: Finding oiit- ihe particular class of crops the land suited to growing is'.therefore a .very.-important matter for the wide: awake.fanhei., A. splendid example of what can be gafn'ecl by' the. intelligent adaption. of crops to soil conditions is to be found ia the countiy'. of Norfolk, Ontario.. In certain'parts'of that are considerable'areas of _ sandy land that cannot hope to compete with heavier) richer soils in the and far- mers to' grow' these crops found that their profits were not as-satisfactory as might de- sired. -Some years ago, however, a few men noted that the" soil and cli- mate of the country were well'suited to growing fruit, especially apples. The Norfolk -Fruit Growers' Association was forthwith starte'd on a reputation making campaign. All members'agreed, to care for and spray tneir orchards as stipulated by the rules of the association. .Incidentally too, all fruit be marketed uirough .the centra] acency. The re- sults have been little short, of pheno- menal. The orchard. acreage has been largely., increased, Norfolk ap pies are .now. held as second to none in the markets, of the world and the profits have been most gratifying. As a consequence, land Values, in the last six years have .doubled. .And this _has been "accomplished mainly be selectihg the crop best ad- apted to tne soil. The work that Uie Commission of Conservation has un- dertaken of classifying lands accord- ing to the character of the soil to termine what crops can "most profit- ably be grown, is therefore a task ol no small importance. If the'-.Commis- sion points out the crops that pay the best on different soils, both the far: mer and the nation will be the rich- er for it. corpora'- at the pleasure of with him LhefiTest1' wishes of-all cbnriec ted. with says the statement leaves .with feelings and all. fits" g is said, of--hi3 the: United; ..States today and; t he will DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT tVip or prevent from up irt one Of course, it Eupugsed that'thereVvill be ahy-quit- tersV'in; this Tliere are "too many good any candidate to -is very true-that or, or by :huilding' lots. The rjfridua- 'nou b_E thei.. prizes allow -every at the pleasure of works :to. the finish accordiag .to the amount .of "ime and put; into' the -cbrifeist; is no-short road >to "success "Mr.' WESTERN HIDE Highest market prices paid for 'and junk. We" also buy and'sell all kinds of' second-hand furniture, ladies' and prints' furnishings, jewel- ry musical instruments. Office snd vVajenousc Crabb Herald office P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridgc, Alta. llgistsj 5 y- be Relieved workers the suilragej membersrof exclusive 'clubsrand scores of.-working women in Spokane writing letters jo Governor Marion E. liay; -urging "him to deny the -petf- tiohs of women electors requesting to be .relieved from jurv it called upon for service. I. asked for the privilege.of .Mary ...Ark? ot the Wash- ington" Equal Suffrage League, "I was j ready "and willing to accept all; the requirements. I. am willing to oti a'jury and will do so without pro- test, iftbe greatest number.- of. ac six'-in. ...all; represeht- District No, lisa Columbia district.'--.- MI8S'; EDITH' 'MISS il FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY or write us for quotations on car Load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary Post Cffke Box, Calgary, Drawer 107 ing; Taberj Macleod, Frank, Med- .compet- "rtowns. jBve'ryone" is a likely witaer. :j Uls'trict'Np.'.-4. the "small contains two competitors over 200-000, with Bow Island Doming .The other' candidates are not out of '.the running by: any means, aeard from before January 2if.'- District 1 contains 'three. candi- dates vsrEo -hare gathered in in the paper, and "no tellin'" how in reserve.: This Vote is'-.what keeps. everybodyr No. 2 exhibits. :four good out to win. What iis.lack- ing in quantity in- this- district is made up in quality.. The pony, division has gifted down to seven who covet Bouncer." Awhile the vote in.the'paper is hot so .very high, the LndJcatlona are that a "rum be stirred _up vamong the a very McLaughlin-Buick Car' A copy of the 1911 catalogue oC the McLaughlin' Co. was received at the contest department- The No. model is certainly a" beauty- large, graceful and powerful, and looks It, tOO. .Messrs. Saunders" have a letter from the factory saying the Her- ald's car will -be not al- ready on the first con- signment of .I' for Alberta. It is estimated. that this stiipment'will get cere about .the .time the contest closes, or. he first of February. After 1UU see 'the. model YOU will be will trig to the" car gets here. However great your anticipa- tion, realization will be a greater pleas- ure. JOHN R. 'GEORGE D. R. rWAREj: Medicine......... District No. tiih Columbia, underv twpulation: At least two. of.: the; prizes fd.i to p.''L.. MISS KATHLEEN Altai MISS-EMILY SHETLAND'PONY DIVISION A separate con test-" for of REGGIE CRAIG, 1252 SELLENS, 90SrSeventh r.St- Wilson WALTER Grassy. Alta. 1104 :Courtlahd- St. JAMES Stafford Village ACTOft IS SUED TRIM CAREFULLY DAILY HERALD For any Tegiilarly.hominated candidate m Daily Herald's Grreat Prize Gohtesp (Name 'of District No. (Address.) This package contains ;.v. v> -votes .'._ Marks Charged With Malicious Arreit at Cobalt Cobalt, Ont., Jan. Terry to- day started suit against Alex Marks, actor, for damages for malic- ious arresL Terry and Wm. Ormandy were Charged by Marks with stealing diamonds valued at hut the cnarges were withdrawn after the men nail.spent two days in jail. The diar monds have not been recovered. Af- ter having, been seen with Terry, Marks returned to. his hotel apparent- ly drugged and'with a wound in his head, but neither he' nor.Terry could remember what had happened. Marks Is a member of the well-known thea- trical .Marks family. CUT THIS OUT GETS RICH BLACKENING VJOOTS Paterson, N. .T, a profit in blackening boots. Michael halli will sail Tor Italy tomorrow Kith Jn American gold to invest in his native country.' He arrived thir- teen years ago with just enough mon- ey to land. TO THE HERALD: Lethbridge; Alta. I to help _- Natae of candidate. by scription sub' suo address, for months, The Herald. ..years, and inclose cover subscription, beginning Votes, if new..... A..... Vctes, if old Address State whether by mail or carrier. get the, votes on the sibove cash must accom- pany the order.' A person now.taking The Herald receive according to the making any payment on subscription, provided the above form is sent to the conteet depart-' went with the money. ;