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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tune 10, 1011. THE LETUBKIDGK' DAILY HERALD W. B, SHERMAN. Manaaer. PHONE MISS MAY ROBERTS Supported by L. Victor GHIird antf strong TO-NIGHT Farewell Performance "LA BELLE RUSSE" WEEK'S SUMMARY OF THE CROP CONDITIONS wheat. averages about seven ,g JU.Q are up rain has falleji in :he [proper weather conditions inch Since the first issue .of the Herald's .moisture supply which has been ,-n- i weekly crop bulletin last Saturday, during the spring. I conditions throughout Southern AI- jberta have not changed materially. I Very little MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENfiMG 7 to 11 MASINASIN NEWS Masinasin, June district, except in the northern ?nd 'far above the average of western porlioiis of the district, where Spring and winter wheat, v.-iti! heavy thunder showers were reported loim the principal rro.us -lis- Jf on Sunday afternoon and evening1, 'trict, although there ha> Kit-n [which afforded a timely, though not ;fiax than is usual. r 'altogether necessary, supply of mpis-jciop was sown till laic ;i, 'ture for the various crops. On Sun- cases, but. has stnrK-d day night a light rainfall in the ini- 'should aUo give more than ai: mediate vicinity of Lethbridse and ,age yield. southern and eastern points was AS for the crops. po- coined by farmers; but was not heavy Jtatces anil sugar beets, enough to result in much moi'2 than that they also are KM Hi a general freshening up, the ground progress. More potatoes as'.n ev-r itself receiving very little of thc ;iiave ben planted .throughout, rh t-.is- moisture. met. there-being probably thre There is no doubt that a day's rain .the acreage in this profitable coming within the .next week would June is the rainy season serve to fillav the last. Tears of Alberta, and there is farmers, and the threatening appear- SOn to believe that it will ance ol" Hie sky seems to forecast its arrival at. an early date us exiKtUJ. early arrival. All through the district .'Leaving that, question 0111 Ov; ois- farmers seem to be generally sat- 'cussiou, there is only one ''.ng 'hat isfied. The crops as a whole are thriv seems to be giving tue tanner ing. and the growth steady if not so serious cause for worry, and that is rapid as was reported last week. If an unprecedented prevalence of that any one crop stands in need of rain at baneful noxious weed, tumbling runs- the time of writing it, is the winter tard. Fields whore it way rarely wheat, and this case only be-'found in the past, arc this year in- cause the rapid growth of this frop 'fcsted with it, and the farmers are has had a tendency 'to absorb the 'making strenuous efforts to overcome store of moisture quicker than in the Ijts spread, many of them having men case of spring grains. Winter wheat -in the fields Vailing i! by hand, averages about fourteen inches in .which seems to be the only way to er- heigbt. although some fields have :adicate it from the standing crop. been reported where the growth (Roadsides, too, are lined with the pest __------------------.............. ceecicd twenty inches. Experts say that'and agriculturists will have to take ,a real live horse, said horse not to a good soaking rain for two hours'a very decided stand against its furth- jbe under'100 years of age. It was j would bring the winter wheat to a'er spread, or it will gain the upper excellent'easy money for "Buffalo Ike" to'ride jhead in less than three weeks, ind hand, and render thousands of acres IHE greatest strain falls midway be- tween the top and bottom of a one- piece fire-pot, because the live coals arc located at the centre of the fire. This continued strain overtaxes the expansion powers of a one-piece fire-pot and causes it to bulge out and crack at the centre, and through the cracks, dust and deadly coal gas escape and eventually pass through the reg- isters. In self-defence, you have to buv a new fire-pot. Every 2 Piece Fire Pot Oil Cement this joint is absolutely gas- proof, smoke-proof and dust-proof. The layer of cement nets as a "buffer" between the two sections and allows each section to expand or contract independ- ently of the other. This feature prevents the Sunshine fire-pot from cracking. .Less titan I per cent, of Sunshine fire-pots have been replaced. This shows conclusively that the Sunshine fire-pot will save you money, and that's the LOOKING FORWARD A Famous Thanhouser Production A MICA MINE Rhine Fall at Schaffhauser Most Beautiful Colored Pictures Ever Produced Coming Monday and Tuesday THE FALL OF TROY lire-pot you replace is so much added to the cost of the main- tenance of your furnace. Now, the Sunshine fire-pot is built in two sections, which are joined together with our "famous" cup-joint. Because of the shape of the cup-joint and the layer of McClary kind of a fire-pot you want in the furnace you are going to have installed in your'new house. Get thc economical, guaranteed furnace. It's the Al fur- nace investment. Hilary's London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg. Vancouver, St. John, N.B., Hamilton, Calgary. For Sale by STAFFORD-AGNEW CO., Lethbridge warm weather of the past ten days tors of the post on Athabasca Lake .Alfalfa has made excellent progress jaud at- Hudson's Bay than that the na- were i this spring, and farmers who have tak-jtives wore Pieces of bone sus- the two "outlaws" which were 'preclude all possibility of a choice land practically useless. has started all grain and vegetables j brought to him, but 1 believe his con- Drop- off nicely, and with an occasional iscience must have hurt him when ;he j Spring' grains which 7shower from now on, we should have 'took the long green, as neither horse early arc- also showing- good stands, 'en pains to raise a quantity of -this from their ears. He and the a" good season. the wMd and wooly nature, and and those fields which were mt great feed crop will shortly begin to voyageurs, who followed, nam at Yoime'R Ford about it was a very tame affair. 'in until after the late May rai v? aic [reap the 'benefits. In one or two the Indians as the tribe of the 1 ne D1CD1C a.L 1 OUng S rOrtl, H.UUUt I Ppnrl DroilInc r-> nf mi The greatest event of the dav was makin- rapid progress. In iho stances the first crop has already encl faitber live west ot wiiting-ori-atone. i south imn winr miur tho Saturday Tune S brought together ithe'ball game between the Masinasin spring crops show a greater {bcon cut. -but, generally speaking, it :som-junto what is now the panhandle the larrest 'crowd'ever' congregated i Savages and the Milk River team, -luring the past week than winter will come into first bloom about June.0.1 tlie 9f Mano. Thompson in nf tho Milt 'The game was called at 4.00 p.m. The wheat, owing to the fact that they do 20th. when the first cutting will be another tribe of natives, nam- River team were fortunate not make such a heavy call on the general throughout the whole district mg them the Cocur d'Alenes. be" between five and six 8ecure a Pitcher froni or j after Thompson's first, visit ,ahe greater part of whom had other place-at least tMs slab! TnilllTTr TA >r T'-n 4td from eight to thirty miles. At artist had a "H" on tbe front of PA I 1 K1BU 11 I 0 MtMUK I hoon thp had arrived, and !Ws suit- which we were able 1 Vf IflUlf A m ..jtompanr, promoted by John Jacob 'If D TO DI A 717 D ;'Astor- established the Spolvane House, j Uf H. D. -CU. 1 KAIL DLAAtlKinear the iimction of the Spokane and j ithe Little Spokane rivers. Astor ab- iandoued the post in 1S16, and its seeking shady nooks to open translate. It's a sad tale-the way their -lunch -baskets, and if there Savages pounded out the Texas any place in the world where a I leaguers, the bunts, the sacrifices, ev- person is so Jiahle to eat a little more lathing. Thomson and Harris did -.than hft requires, it is at a picnic, ithe twirling for the Savages and HUNDREDTH when the chicken croquettes, at no time in The Sav- Vftc., aws'piled. Around you. After the made a couple of 'bad throws- -p'eople were once more able to move, !whicl1 were and made the a: programme of sports was carried lscm'e doser than would otherwise The race was not of the 49-seconds. variety, hut was very close i ]y contested. ANNIVERSARY OF DISCOVERY OF KETTLE FALLS ON COLUMBIA RIVER a, centennial dinner. Tbe town of jfects were taken over by the Hud- Kettle will'be host, was Bay Company. Five years ai- j jfourfded. vvjmer of 1S90-1, but jterwards the two posts were _ j was" settled more than 40 years ago. dated a short distance above Kettle WHOLESALE A. Brown, Calgary. There is an interesting Indian leg-I Falls, with Archibald McDonald, as once and you will make lemonade ordinary w; score was pokane. Wash., June vet of Kettle Falls and the origin trader. It was named Fort Col- j in favor of the Savages. The 'eran frontiersmen and early settlers of its name, proba'oly handed down'ville, in honor of Lord Colville, then: .game was clean an'd a. fairly good in the Pacific slope country fore- r-ne Cathead tribesmen, who re- ;London governor of the Hudson's TI, inn A f 'bibition of the great American game.' jgather in the town of Kettle Falls, fgrred to them llth-coy-ope, on ac- j Company.-' The post remained under; The 100-yard dash was a very pret-. After the ,ml] game a dance wagjWash_f on Friday. June 23. to of the numerous kettles in the j British dominion until 1871, when! h P i isiven in lhe Pavillion. Music rate the 100th anniversary of the tradunon is that a pebWe corporation left the fort to Angus am-Leslie lor first honors: Foley nighed by Olson-s rdea] Orchestra, i discovery of the Kettle Falls on the rushed along the current of the (.McDonald, father Donald McDon- i However, won by an eyelash. Bill !About 75 couples dreamily a-iColumbia river, 95 miles north of here ,Columbia, and found lodgment in 'aid, the present owner of the site. Smart and others 'also ran." A of rip-snorting broncho round for several hours to entrancing 'they will pay tribute to the memory crack of the rock, and, whirled in it; "Among the interesting relics of the phone and "Hoity Toity." Critics have pronounced him funny at all times in the other shows, and funnier than ever in "A AVinnihg1 j Miss." The book and lyrics are by j Bioyle .Woolfolk and Harold A.tter- jidge, and the music by William Fred- "A Winning the favorite raus iericlc Peters, composer of "The May- THEATRICAL "A WINNI'NG MISS" waltzes, etc., with an occasional hoe- of David Thompson, a trail-blazer fprjnew.bed it ground a Wt off the onyx several hundred people were highly J1812. Saturday ami Mon- day are the last two days of R, A. Wright's Big Window, All regstt'd for cost to- tally forgotten. ipleased with the day's pleasure. j 'Miss Blanche Walsh, of Pincher ICity is spending a few days at the The celebration trill be under the At the .bottom of these cavities ;the American centennial. overcharg-i 16 immediate direction of the Kettle ,today are pebbles' Deeper in crude pieC6i whjch wag pjllpk. Falls Pioneer association, headed by the ledge athwart which swirl the from thft of Abraham T0 dc June i that the electric effects and ll> promises to oe one bles are the prettiest'that anv master ed the crude_p.ece. which was pluck- (0f Ule mogt am, could condevfi. So of the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Helmls. A w Sraith George H Bevan vice- twaters of H thousand-lakes and moan- against the aborigines of the [president of the Stevens County Pion tain streams on their way to the Pa- :pacific ajjd blew Qff the shows that 'season. 1 I tms sluts in the show art "Hello, there, "Will o' the Yaitkee lad." IN MEMORY OF SHAW Montreal, June has been de- cided to build a church in the north end of Montreal, to be known as the "Shaw Memorial Church." in honor of the late Principal Shaw. President of leer association, has been selected to the address of welcome, other cific ocean, more than 600 miles dis- tant. was trained at Wolfe's men as i they climbed the hill at Quebec. 117 ,r.he Wesleyan Theological College, for forty-six years was connect- jed with ministerial and .educational jwork. The future congregation has (promised X5.000. and an appeal io another [speakers being Colonel J. M. Fish, j Thompson, who discovered the Ket .years before. 'Dr. B. L. Brigham. W. J. Stambaugh, .tie was the first white man to This piece of brass knew Montcalm 'and Thomas' Ledgerwood. The the Columbia river through .and also had a speaking arcqualntance ter clearly recalls the period when'lake and ravine from the shadows Wolfe: It bellowed at. the red there was only one settler along the the present continental divide, which ;men on the level of Marcus Flats, Coluraibia j The company, beaded by, that irre- look nice in a. jsistiible comedian. Max .Bloom, will pMean "My Irish Juliet" "Jn number about sixty people. Mr. Bloom the Is-Qd of ;wili be remembered by the show-going ft'olks of this city as having been finffy Ruffles wears a Merry Widow and many others. Mr. Thos. seen here in the "Mavor of Tokio." iGrady was stage director for some of. "Sunny Side of "Tele- George Cohan's successes. fiver 'between iFOrt -Col- fhe stream crosses twice, to the long 'as it had belched at the red coats ville and Fort Spokane, the latter needles of iiptilted onyx formation Jon the plains above the citadel hard now designaxed as Miles in the Postal (thrust out into the river below the the St. Lawrence: General Isaac lower falls. Tracing his way along p. Stevens-, the first governor of Wash In addition to fhe exercises there ithe capricious stream he found 'a ington territory, once placed his hand be the annual reunion of "the of red men- of wllom lie could on the old gun. General George B. eariv settlers of Stevens counf.v, and no better description to the fac- AicUellan also stroKe.1 sts smooth .---------------------------------------------.surface when .-he went to Fort Col- j ville on a conference with General Tpn iStevens, after he, had pushed his way 'over mountain and stream in search No. 54 Sherman Majestic Theatre Friday-Saturday, June 16th- 17th "A WINNING MISS" With Max Bloom, comedian And 50 others, including the most beautiful chorus that ever toured the West cordini, .Mntinte- t.Vu jiowever to are 4 75c Yards Without Resting. WEAK HEART WAS THE CAUSE. 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