Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 1, 1911. THE LETHBBIMI^ DAIl^Y HERAIiD The Seal of Approval .23,087,810 Packages sold last year. THEATRICAL NEW >/AUDEViLLE AT THE EUREKA TONIGHT Manager Morrie, of the li]ureka, suys lie believes in giving the public good �\'alue for the money, and the vaudeville portion of the program which appeared in the first show Monday not coming np to the I standard "Al." fldetraclied the wliole bunch and ran a motion picture program alone till he could get In other vaudeville attractions. Today arrived The Great Suren, preatidigateur, in an act of marvellous magic, introducing new and Jiovel inysterleB. Thl� act is said to be a good one. *ronight, in addition, there will be exhibited al the ISureka a program of Home of the beet procurable feature films sent In by special express from iUediclne Hat. The iliuFtr�ted �ong for tonight by �,MiH6 Florence Wright will be "Sister." WEtTERN CANADA MAY HEAR CHEVALIER There is a possibility that England's frreatest cbaractec actor, Albert Chevalier, may mftke a limited tour of wes tern Canada thi^ spring, under the munagemejit of Frederic Shipmau. 'Three years ago Mr. Shipmau made a specia.1 trip to London for the express purpose of arranging with Chevalier for a Caniidian tour, but the terms de-mandeij by the famaus impersonator were, in Mr. Shlpman's opinion, pro-liibltive for Canada, so the tour was .ibandoued. Since that time, how-lioweVer, the Melba lour through Can-iirta has been accomplished, and its phenomenal succesa has convinced .Mr. Shipmau that Western Canada is vvjlling and able to support even the Kreatest artists of thf> world, and negotiations are now in progress with Chevalier which will, in all probability, result in his making a short tour of Western Canada, visiting Winnipe.i;- and Vancouver, and ^/tlroited number of the larger points between these cities. THE KISSING OIRL .X^xas Guinan enacts Una, the "Kiss-iag Girl," in "The Kissing Girl,' and j'S supported among others, by such p'i'ipclpals of eastern reputation as ilnrry Hermson, Dick Temple, Clara Farma and Ida Fitzhugli a recruit of the Berlin theatres. This compnny appearH at the Ma.iestlc Theatre Thursday and Friday, March 16-17. GEO. B. HOWARD CO. AT THE iVIAJESTIC THURSDAY NIGHT *'And ever since then, when the clock strikes two. She walks unbidden' from room to room; And the air is tilled as she passes through With a subtle, sad perfume. The delicate odor of the mignonette; The memory of a dead and gone bouquet Is all that lellB of her �l,ory-yet Could she think of a sweeter vmyV The foregoing lines from Bret Harte's "A Newport Romance," is the foundation upon which A.ugnstus Thomas built his celebrated play "The Witching Hour," which will be presented Thursday night only by the George B. Howard players during their limited nt*y of three nlgbls in l.eth-bridge. That the greatest of American playwright* should find in those lines an inspiration to weave a plot of the raos't absorbing �,nd stirring nature is vaguely comprehensible, yet, the author of "In Missouri," "Arizona," and "Alaboma." achieved what is critically regarded the greatei^t play of this decade. The scenes of "The Witching Hour.' are laid; in Louisville and in Washington, D. C. This famous play which August Thomas endowed .John Mason, is now in its third year, and it promises to live as long if not long er than any ether play yet wj-itteu. That it is such a great piece and that George Howard 'Should fit the role as though It were written arouijd him Is a ten strike tor the Howard company. As Jack Brokfleld, the gambler, the strength of Howard's part lies more in the character which Augustus Thomas has drawn. Although he is the centi-al figure he does not, however, bear the burden for the fact that there are several splendid characters around hini. "The FJasterner," another play of the Howard repertoire, is not the same type play as "The Witching Hour," yet it it a wonderful comedy drama, along different Hues and never Intended as a running mate to the Thomas plflj-. U is Just the sort of play that brings its auditoi-s back a second time. No job is too small for our most careful attention, and few are too large for our facilities HERALD PRINTING is distinguished by original design and a perfect execution From the lay-out of the work by experienced printing artists to the final trimming of the job, every operation is in the hands of a man who knows, and who works with tools, type and machinery of the latest and most modern kind All the latest in-Ball Programs Invitations Banquet Folders Society Printing Etc., etc. THE HERALD iOB DEPT. PHONE 1252 CROWN'S STAR WITNESS TEUS (Continued from Front Page.)  fames Short, K.C , and the cross-fixaininiitioii by I'. �( N'olan, \^X' lmmedi.T,tcly outside the niom whlto-robcd niirse."; were in rciulincss to tile docl,or.s in ca.sp ui cinorgoncv. Fortunately Kelly bore up well under Ilia trying orrical and when ho. Imd given hi.s oviricnci! lie .said that he iclt no ill elTecls from the experience He was politely UianKed by his locd-sliip and llic strange pvncession left the hospital, climbed into the waiting automobiles and rigs and drove back to the court house, where the trial was resumed. There was novli-ing sensational deduced from Kelly's evidence. � It is expected thai the crown prosecutor will commence his ad(lrcs.J'a Wo a friood of Sir John Mac-base an arBumeni on the condilions in j''oijald, said an intimate friend had that ind.istrv, but an iudimtrv regarded j'"''I '^e .igreemcnt was the, a tariff onlv from iho point of view '"i*' ^"'''l" l�>s��"''' be''ntad.e In ,! u= m-f,ri. "'e interests ot (!anada, and ho add- oi Its own p.ofit n,j- fticnd Mr H.=her cxwuiucd ,0 spe.iK tor ^.^^ harids ex- over two hours at ,lie evening s, t ing I ^ lie said^ hat he prH erred to let farm-; ^^^g^^, g.^. .,,h,. pretty ers sBcak for thoiiist;.Ue.=. and he be- ^1^^^^ ^ ^^^^ lieved the delegation or tai-mers which, ,.,^i,f ^^bout the present oC- wailed upon the jsovernmenl in Ue-; ^.^gi^,, ^.^j^.^^, feeling cember represented the real views of; of ii,p American people when he said farmers all over the Dominion. There ; ,i,ai ,,as belter for two nations was, ho said, nolbing in the agreement | of North America to live togetlier in which would justify .Mr. Siflon in say-j trade peace and an am;;y-of "reiation-ing that we, were throwing away the i rhip. British market. Such a statement was | Nothing in Blue Ruin Talk absolutely unv.arranted. The time was | .Mr. Kisher pointed out that u couple of days ago a Hamlltoni Onl., Industry announced a six hundred thou-Eand dollars worth of extiepslon of I factory and plant. This wi^ an in-Not in Touch With West | dication that the desperate tilings pro-Mr. Sitton had been solicitous. and P^esied by Mr. Litton would never fearful for the West. Inii the speaker; *'^'"� Peaceful reall^attofi. The fast aporoai-hiug. be said, when the markets of Nortti Anieriea will be better than tliose of Great Britain; already they are better In some ways. NOTHING dILBEV'S INVALID PORT *OR BUILDING UP ' ? ; STRENGTH DURING COKVALESCENCE--^^ ^; IT IS A rURE. ..URHT, NM. MEDICATED OPORTO WIKf. FOR SALE BY ALL ! WINE MERCHANTS^c^"^ he could not agree with liim Mu htl conception of the effects of. tfie arrangement uor in the, facia i whick he had brpugfct forward , W. German, of Welland,. anoLtoef of the liibcral members v/.ho_.|lie lilt' derstood to be opposed to the.-aftw-ment. moved tho adjournmeBl,-of the was inclined to the opinion that |,o; eovcrnment had been, endorsed time had been ab.^enl from the West for I ^f'*^'' ^''V'^'-L^'P''^^! t"'' "'"''^ so long that he lia.l ,uov,, .-way from a-'-vHUng e!�e this 6n were Irvini; to influence the feelings^ '. , ' levy taxes on ine iinimpioicu v .�ue . f",,.",.^ ,r Pn,nrt!, -,�nin.u,v..,, ,u,,^^ attended to tmder a;iti-combIne8 one. .As to wheat, ffirmers would not | p^^^^^ pariiamotit last session, sell it to American millers unless they , .^^^ minister Quoted copious tlgur-gol a higher pri-n- nor s ful nation'a slap in the face. In C,-in- The Fruit Industry ! wiieie the lohbery occurred ada \ .Mr. Fisher said that Mr. Martin Price of Barley Ilurrell doufciless spoke In interest ot Is about ri cents while In the ii.iied i'^e majority of his constJaients on the | .State'; it is t;- cents." !^ qiiestiou. He yias trco lo ad-, Coniinuing .Mr. Fisher said iliat .Mr ^''''^ growers of British j Siflon had spoken of I lie idea of re. i organized l,he (inn of Polndester?" & Orr, llvestohk cbmpan}, atlll' in '!>.: deriv.' 110 lieui-ifi: our aci-iiseri of forsaking the l':iii|iire. j agents are amlinrlzen lo refund you. ��Tlie.\ irlpd to ye, ii The.^ iveui j your mone>. Bijuth's Kidne.^ Pills arc .iii iheir knees 10 Wiishingifni and' sold by all druggists. .'iOe b.'x m post : ,liey failed. We liav.- olilalne.l it. ami paid from Tht- Ii T, Hi.otli Co. t>;.l j nil liou-;- iniv begging, and ijiir oiipoii Fort Ifirie, Oiii Solil and ^.i .ran 1 -'il 1 �^n's are jfaloii.-: of inir siic.vss an.I bv .iMCksmt . tine nice of steam plovv land. iMii .AcKis. being section 10-2-24. fenced, flue flowing' creek In the north oast corner, three inlles from elevavor, big grass; All steam plow stuff. ' :)2o .Veres two and one half miles from Warner, fine lying land; All steam plow. ;. Acres, six inlles from Chin on main line of C. P. R. ^.'j acrea broken ready tor the drill, a fair house, barn for ti head, small out buildings, a good well. Everything ready to occupy � ICO Acres one half mile.jroni -Milk River Station, fenced, -iwenr}" acres ready for the spring crop. ItJii Acres in 11-21, 7 miles from Diamond City, an excellent piece -in a good districi. tiiy .Seres ill i;i-25, .s miles from Ciaresholiii, all broken, SO acres .titmmer fallow, ready for the drill this spring, good fencing, Kood 2.1'iuii bushel granary. This piece is an extra snap. AND WE HAVE OTHERS We own all our lands. \u: sell ai ;i reasonable price and our terms well sav. voii will be surprised. .Viiyone can meet them if they have ihe equipment for tanning. Cut this out and cali or write us tod^ FARM SECURITY CO. ALBERTA OFFICE, WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. USfe GAfeoLlWfe! FOR ALL FARM WORK "l''eed Is hard to gc. and very iilgh, liorses are scarce and might die. " Oiir stpel horse eats unly while workin and lives foi;.ev'eV,, Gas Traction Company'^ Engine is the beat ' ' Tile o!il> eiijiiiu-sold with saiisfuctlon, guaranteed ' Kor earh .lellverv'voii ni'isl gt>t in your.oi'der.'flt once., ,^ . -,.,,,,, F. J. CUMMING, WHITNEY BLOCK '  - LOCAL AGENT, _ LETHBRIOCE'� a- ;