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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB TWO THE DAtEY fl, 191S TOUIGHT! QRPHEUM Robert In "THE MAN WHO FOUND HIMSELF" From the Celebrated Play "The Mills of the Godt" By Geo. Broadhurst In Five TWO THOUSAND FEET SCREAMING COMEDY SATURDAY CANDY MATINEE MATINEE-Se and 10e. EVENING -10c and 15c. TONIGHT AX1VTOMORROW Gussle's Wayward Past A RIPPING. GOOD XEYSTONE> "A CASE OF POISOX" .A TWO-PART COMEDY DRAMA THE ARTIST" A THANHOUSER SPECIAL Late Aiitlientic War Pictures ------OTHER EXCELLENT ATTRACTIONS----- SON'O BY GEO. FLEMIN'G THE EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA COMING the Days of Thundering Herd.' COMING "My Official Wife." Summer Fallowing is Extensively Practised "For every acre in crop this year there is one acre in summer fsliow plowing." This was Ihe state- ment made by G. R. Marnoch, presi- of the Board of Trade to the .Herald, after he returned -from an extensive tour of the country north- east of the city in the Iron Springs dislricts. 'Mr. Marrioch, in company with Geo. Stacey, made a careful estimate of prospects and conditions in this ter- ritory, and was more'' than pleased Vitli the reau'it. ''It- is apparent that during last summer and fall when the inhabitants of the cfty'were depressed and pessi- mistic, the farmer had not lost his grip-.bat bad been preparing for this yeaffs crop, the greatest that he ever "sowed. When the 'farmers of the countrj such.cpurage, the. city haji splendid noch, The. hard-working; -president also investigated cither phases of the farmers' activities. He- found that the .schemes advanced by: the exten- sion deoartment of the University of Alberta, of the "travelling libraries and the "Women's Institute were re- ceiving very favorable consideration from the farmers. Sir.. Harnoch reported that he had only seen one example of poor farm- ing on the whole triiv and ttiat was the "result'of bad plowing. "We pass ed half-a-dozen farms looking gram's farm near Sundial, we saw the owner and some of his friends enjoying a feed of luscious strawber- ries. There 4s no doubt that such crops, which are no longer experi- ments will be grown more extensively this fall." On his trip Mr. Marnoch visited Turin, Travers and Lomond and "while he was well. satisfied with the ap- pearance of the crips at all of these localities, -he" especially noted those of Jthe Iron Springs dis- tricts, in1 Vbiiih he said the wheat was practically- all' headed out, and one large' field of oats was all headed lite .real said he tad. excellent wind-breaks "They and, fine kitchen gardens. At.-Mr. In- The regular weekly luncheon 6F the Board of trade -was held yesterday Lethhridge Hotel and was fairlv well In the absence of President Waraoih, Tl T Brym- ner occupied the ohair in the business which followed. The guest of the occasion was Wm. Garland, of the C P H car service Mr Gar- land addressed the meeting upon the Handling of the .big crop by the rail- waj He confirmed the statements SPECIAL PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS The Empress offers a specially so- lecteil programme of short for tonight and tomorrow, one of the best being "Gussle's Wayward by the Keystone. Co. "Gussle's Day of Rest." which wns shown at this theatre a short time ago, was a laugh clear through, and this promis- es lo be equally good. "A Case ot1 Poison" is a two-part "comedy drama by the celebrated.Broncho Co., whose pictures are always of the highest or- der, while the Thauhouser Co. offers one of their specials in "Arty the a newspaper story.. ROBERT WARWICK AT THE ORPHEUM The fact that George Broadhurst's celebrated drama, "The Man Who Found Himself." based upon the suc- cessful drama. "The Miils of the which was for a long time the sensation of two continents, has been converted into motion pictures, which 'eatures the celebrated legitimate star, Robert Warwick, is responsible 'or the -good attendances at the Or- pheuni, where this five-part photo is the chief attraction tonight and to- morrow. The theme of this produc- tion is that of a voting business men who helps his sick sister to regain health, robs his employer of a sum of money. The girl and the theft is discovered by anoth- emoloyer. who tries. to blackmail the young cashier. ENGLAND'S GREATEST DETECTIVE This remarkable production opens with a picturesque fire-side study .of the world-famed detective Sexton Blake, together with his faithful as- sistants Tinker and Pedro (the blood- Wuat thoughts of daring this picture of latent strength portrays. Each of the characters might "have stepped from the pages of one of the numerous books which have been written aro.und this trio. This picture IB at Starland tonSght. The Universal Weekly is more than loaded with" events of interest from near and far. "Dad and tie Girls'' and "Bill Bailey Runs.Away" will sup- ply all the laughs necessary, and the two-act drama. "The Wells, of Para- will complete- the bill. LOBD FISHER'S SUCCESSOR: ADMIRAL SIR HENRY P. O.' Box S23. FOR passenger passen- ger Ford in first -class running order, just.overhauled; electric lights etc. Apply Box 27 Herald offlce MISCELLANEOUS WANTS and think if is in poor shape it is neither rentable nor saleable; repairs done at war lime prices; cement walks, cellar floors; lawn fences, gen eral repair's and. rebuilding; take ad vantrige. now.v as are picking up; we are or call, William J. Williams 1321 fith S. as housekeeper 'cook Apply Box 14, Heiald Office on a ranch or farm, liy.'good economical housekeep er, prefer to take charge entn eiy Ad dress Mrs. E. -P., Del Boneta, Alta. -Remington typewriter in good: order, state how-long in use and, lowest casir price. W." L. Oui raette, -Coleraan, Alta. FOR Leghorn Chick" ens, pure" bred, SOL Also pure white Pekin Ducks. 70c All pure bred Phone Rural316 TO good'room with ail modern conveniences, steam heat show er baths, plunge, etc, apply Y M C A. TO. room, on car line, with telephone connection; per 616 10th st. 103-oa ROOM AND young men in modern-house; good locality; mod- erate terms. Apply 601 14th St. S. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver..Pasteurized quarts for II00 All disease germs unimpaired. Ask sour Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairv Butter Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful iM Prompt LOST AND FOUND "Wednesday, June 23, one- small key ring with about six keys attached. Finder return to Paunch, Quick Print offlce, Royal Bank flO.OO tho recovery of black mare and yearling colt. Brand- ed J" lazy W .on the right shoulder. Apply Henry Stobbs, Hillcrest, Al- berta. f .-175-2 STRAYED in the City of Lethbridge Pound since July 3rd, dark bay gelding .branded bar under an L over D joined, on left hip. UO on left- shoulder. John Skelton, Poundkeep- 1T4-S Notice .to Creditors IN THE MATTER OF JHE ESTATE OF ROBERT CHESNEY Me- CLURE, OF THE CITY -OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, DENTAL SURGEON, DE- CEASED. t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that, all persons haUng claims upon thb> estate ot the late Robert Chesney Me Clure, who died on the seventh day of February VD 1911, are required to send to the "under- signed solicitors (orr.the Bxecutrices on or belore the 10th day of Anjiist, A.D. 1915, a full statement. of their, claims and of any securities held by them duly verified, and that after that date the Bxecutrices -will pro ceed to distribute, the assets of .the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to claims of which notice has been filed' with, the said Solicitors. Dated at the City of Letbbndge in the Prounce of Alberta this 25th dav of June, A.D.- 1915. SHEPHERD! DUNUDP RiCE. Solicitors for the Executrices. A J No R- Notice of Dissoluion of Partnership The partnership existing between N B Good and J A Kritzwiser, do- ing ousmess in the city of Ijethbridge under the name of The Good Com 'as been mutuall' dissolved All accounts owing by the above part- neisnip will he paid b. K D Good and ail accounts due the above part nershlp are to lie paid to N B Good. Dated this 1st day ot fuly, 1915 (Signed) N B GOOD J A KRITZWISEB Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY if jou wish The land will snpport von and pay for Itself An Immense area of the most'fertile land in crn Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from to for faim lariiii with ample rainfall- irrigated lands from One twentieth down balance within 20 jears In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc, up to also repayaDlo In twPntv tit only 6 per cent Here is jour op portunity to increase jour farm how- Ings by getting adjoining land, or so cure your friends as neighbors For literature and particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Supt. of I .indi Oept of Natural Rasourew, C CALGARY OR WILSON A SKEITH Sherlock Building ;