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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 5UP.CH 3, 1SH4 THE-'LE'f HBRI-IHJK DAiM" HKKA1.1J PACK THIIEE MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Ko. 1 Norllit'in. .7J Mo. 2 N'orihpni. .72 No. 3 Northern. .70 No. 4 Northern. Northern. .5S NM. I IUJ No. No- No. No. 1 JttJ. Nu. Keil. No. a Hed. No. 4 Ite.U Xu. 5 70 Ked Ited Close TUESDAY'S GRAIN MAHKETS Man., .Mat-cli opening and closing nrlces on the !o- i-al grain eschiinijV today were: Oten May............ I'51i October........ Oats- May July............ Flax- May 135s! July............. Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern......... Xo. b Northern......... No. 3 Northern......... No. 4................. No. 5................ Xo. 5................ Tfiis DM Gentlemen Cuisd of Rlieyitiatisfl By Bex ol GIN PILLS Y.VKMCL'TH, N.S. "I have with Rhcu- for the pail yetrasd lui'e taken i uiaajdinercnl k tads of medicine tad found uo relitf for it. Ont daj a frit-ud me to try and Utiiig one box cf 1 lite a nt-w nun, 1 thought I wotiUl iMi'.e you a. lo lei YOU know how Ibaukful I tm for the rclitf they Cif. aid. woaU advucall from Rheumatism to lryGISf TILLS." CONTV. Dou't bcthtr with, liciiuents and so- cillcxl "blood 'fbty help your t; causcU iffilij strained or Vidntyt. The only WIT to cute PJLLSv.il! ilo this asr.othing will. Tatft GIN PILLS and be from KhcuciatUm this wia'.tr. 500. a j for ironcT promptly rtfutidej if you are- rot suited. Order ftoni us if jTj'jr dealtr dots not handle GIN PILLS. Sample box sent free. Drug tnd CL-micU Co. of Canexla, Toronto. 173 Today Today Vivid Powerful Impressive In the HO SSvi No. 1 Winter No. 2 Winter No. 3 Winter N'o. 2 C. TV. No. 3 C. W. Kx. N'o. 1 J'eeil SO'.i SS-i S5U 31'i 35 No. 3 No. A ttBOT I REFUSES I BE era a Ko. 1 K. C.......... Xo. 2 C. W............... Mlnneapollt Wheil Open May July........'.... Eeptetnlier........ S'J Wheat July ?9VJ 42'.j i 13SK Close 91 LIVESTOCK MAHKET wcie Ililit at. the slocV yards Monday, con- hadmg was quiet. The de- mud for ml good cattle continues anil supplies unequal to demand. Common anil medium Rradfs difficult ,p sdl. Calves and sheep ur.chanEf Hog niariiot vias active, prices were .were HghI. saiil. i RiliiiE.quotations were as .KXOtt'X AS MfSS WILKY ug Two reel feature full of heart throbs Keystone "Race lor A pretty story "the Oil To-day EMPRESS To-day Harry C. Willis Hazel HARRY C. WILLIS, the Versatile Ventriloquist, inj MISS HAZEL DEtL, tht Girl with the beauliful costumes, will appear at this Tl.eatre fcr cue week cnly with a Repertoire cf JoVes. Dances, ett.. not forgetting Jerry and Sarah ire Comic.; ina.-inikins. These ciass entertain- ers will prese.it a change of program every ol'-.er night during tfceir engagement, and the special atten- tion of the Ladits of Lelhnridge is called to thc_great vzne'.y and beauty of Miss Dell's Ccaluir.et. Two Parts The Express Car Mystery The greatest railroad drama ever filmed_______ TO-MORROW "WHO fouriii jstory of this popular i-huu WILL Uy. MARRY MARY" USUAL EMPRESS POPULAR PRICES A dandy comic Well acted Plains, Mo., March his spare moments to sewing, em- broidering and crocheting, and not in- being seen about the house in a fcimona, 0. Goldby, aa em- ployee OH the farm of Dr. R. A. Sparks iu South Fork, ivas referred [to as a woman disguised in man's Ooldsby denies that- he is not jnan, an3 has brought suit against O. W. Broun, a fatnper, for d agcsT alleging defamation ch'arac ler. WENT TO OX FARM (ioldsby came to West Plains sever al months ago from Stuttgart, Ark.. and wen I- lo work on the- Sparks lit soon became popular among the youiis people ot the community. During thcNday lioMshy plowed, tended to the stock, mowed and pitched hay and did other kinds OL work necessary ou. a farm. During tho evenings and when work on llic farm] was however, he devotod his time to embroidering or crocheting. lie also was cook at the ranchfconse, which is taclielor quar- ters for the. other tnen eniploj'ftl on the Sparks farm. lie made biscuits that melted in the mouth an4 his cate and salads wsrc those Starland Concert Orchestra ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Miss M. H. Sommerville will lec- ture Friday one day on Capt.Wiard's Experience in the Under World Today BIJOU Today In the Bishop's Carriage with Mary Pickford I Tomorrow Funeral Ceremoniei of the late Lord Strathcona Matinee 2 to 5 Evening 7 to 11- Goldsby came to he known "Miss Wiley." Some of the neighbors came to' West and consulted bulchtr steers J7.10 1o S7.35 lair to good butcher stters J6.25 to S6.75 choice htitcher bcif- era S6.30 to S6.75 fair to good n-iih Prosecuting Attorney 1. .X. butcher beiieis J5.50 to S6; on the advisability of having butcher cows to fair OJTVS Qolcaby arrested, hut ILc coinpiaint Md heilers to 45.25 common i Ti'as not entertained. coTs-o-JS.'iS t-o S3-W M> lioldsby ij more tlian 6 feet "Mall to common bulls 54.25 to and weighs about 175 ]iounds. tiblils- H.50 test feeders J5.75 to S6 best jy finally unit the Sparks ranch' ami sfoctes'SS to S5.50 best milkers came to West Plains, determined to and springers to 560 common j those uho bad been rcspons- Conservatory Operatic Company The first rehearsal of the comedy "Dordl Thursday, March 5th at 8 p.m. At the Conservatory of Music EXCEPTIONALLY FINE PERFORMANCE AT THE SHERMAN JudglDg from the comments made by thp large audience which was Vre- sent ai tie ir.Hlal ijerforuuince of Tom .Marks and !iis callable company, the capacity will be taxed i to tLi utmost during thoir week's en- gagement here. The whole company aro well anil favorite Tom Marks !s a? versa- as he was wo fhsl saw him twenty years afo. "Tho Golden Rulo" affords him ample scojia for that touch of humor in. "which he excels, and his ijcrfrayal of Falher O'Neil, the Catholic jini-sl, beloved by all his Parisntonc'io, "was the hest interpreta- tion Been here for ir.auy raoous. He v.-as ably by the members of his comr-any, in charging ular prices for this class o! enter- taiDinetA the Sherman management have added lo Uieir. reputation. Be- tween at-Js some excellent specialties were fcrulshed by .Mr. W. Phillips and Cliris Allen, and the audience lout! in their appreciation. Mat- inees will he given dally at 2.30 P.m.: prices 10 and 25 cents, A change of hill tonight, "The Hidden Secret." Hox office open each day j af 10 n.m.i prices 25 and 50 cents. It is n source ot pleasure to the ciar.ngt-rnuit to commend this popu- lar corm-p.uy patrons, and to be able to secure such -high class aitrac- tions at prices within tho reach of all. J Tho staging and costuming ot the her expressions take the ?lace anil duclioiLS are a feature in carry lo the" audience the sound and and i-omnare ir.tre than favorably j with the dollar aud u half attractions that are seen here. Matinee, 2.30 to 5 p.m., 5c and ISc IQc and 13c, Boxes 25c FAMOUS PLAYERS AT THE BIJOU meaning of the spoken word. Shi tvas surro.inded by a cast which left iio'.lmig to be desired. story is -well told, its interest Is add- e.l to by tlm manner In -A'bich it is handled by those taking the different. Sherman Theatre To-night Tom Marks and own company in The Hidden Secret Prices 25c and 50c Matinees Daily At 2.30 p.m. 10c-25c Oliver th6 Sep- arate'school at dead in the furhaco robin. S1Q to medium milkers and springers to 150. Choice calves to S7 hearr good calves to S6. COLD CREAM Till.keep your hands and (ace smooth, soft and white, and .prevent roughness, chaps snd sore lips. Apply it in well. The. eifecl Is delightful. In 25o opal Jars, at your Druggist's. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 193 ible for his humiliation. He consulted with Attorney.J. L. Van Wormbr and petition- was drawn up in -which damages arc demanded. The suit will be tried at the May term oi Ihc Hovel I circuit court. The petition charges that mi one occasion li. Kroun said 'Goldsby is a Yes, I sure 'she' is a woman-" Goldsby alleges Unl on account 01 the alleged slanderous charges has hecii greatly injured in liis fa. ings, his name anil reputation.11 Goldsby says iic was horn in At-, laola, (ia., but passed most of his lile at-.Maj'fichl, Ky.. and inv Scott county, Missouri. It is said lie 'has I been married nml that his deceased Mo. and child ntobuiicd at Commissioners Think They Have Saved City on Subway To think of arranging passage [or your friends and relations In The. Old Country whom you eipeol lo brlns In tlin spring You can fiocuro their tickets here and nil arrangements will be made their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE For Information, rates, etc.; to anr steamship or rail, ivay fluent, or K. E. LIDMAN, Genertl Agent Mi Main Street, Winnipeg from front The proposal contained in Mr, Colc-i man's letter is follows "Since speaking 16 you a few days ago, 1 have concluded that wr. cnulrt, if the city Misli, effect a saving in cost at tlie present to both parilen by e reel ing slerl for two IrackK only, levins the erection of steel for the othc'r'two iracksSor a future date. 7he" concrete io he put in for four, tracks .SQ as nol- lo dis- iurb pavement cr walks that are lo he laH. This is with- out prejudice tn (he rights ot cither I party under the terms ol the agrcc- mpntj and if agreeable1 to tlic I supplpmenlary agreement could bo pared covering this itoin, the cost oi wtiifh would he liornc hnlf and ex tension became R le.srrn the cvpcmlilure about or lo cadi i'iaiiy, Ths comtnLSsiontrs (rcairtl H thus i i Moving niakc A -hid for' The nresentntton of .leading players Ipopularily as. regards the stones Ihc by means of moving picture is a J 1 films portray, net eo much in the sub-, ?ooJ feet matters as in the way they to'.d. Carrying out this Irtea, there men and lias beeii introduced (o tlie pnMlc Pictures or plnp. in He O.cremngof the WdlondcanaK ar.rl the aclual jibotosraohv bring it i to tlie verge of (lie rPflHty, alirt in the: playin? thu sound of Ihc hninan voice j 5 unconsciously not misscil. of Canaiia It gives the general public'. temperance act ballots is dosed aiitl ianre of making isself rarnill.ir now shoi'3 a majority of 21. men and vromen, who in their j riarlic-jtar oharacler the staee Owen Sound council Is not in favor have made national and international 'of-the Cieorzian Hay canal, but favors which lUo leading roles aro tnken actors and actresses of stanriard r.iprit. i plan of sliowius these week has been inlllatcrl by the man- aKcmcnt of'lho lliio'j Theatre. Mary Pickfori] appeared for the first lime before a I-etlibridge auilience- in The play, enlitluJ "In the nishop's Car- ige.1' The ivas not on- but clever in man- ner in wlilcli llic leailhig la-ly makes- Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous EVERYTISINO For Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Cfinaiiian wotr.cn are.continually writ- ing- us such letters as the twofollowiiip, which nrehearlfelLcxprcssicniaf grati- tude for restored health: Glanford Station, Ont. ta- CATARRH OF THE BLADDER 24 That Mr. ColrrnaiVfi- toller ComraisaLoner Oracc iiinlcr date (ng a 27 proposing tliat steel lor two lis ai (lie 13th street sub- be ficctcd for tli1; present, tofal of approximalelv or SHOD lo (l.c city, lor- Ihc lime being and until the tilhcr two trace's ate rfiqnitcrl, ije rcceivcrt, fitrd anil Mr. ffracn (o accept the prnnosiflon :mil have a eonlr or up lo Cover the s.intr." MR. LLOYD GEORGE Tnken on WE 51sl linhday a tew days ngo. Whether you ngrco or dis- agree with the little Chancellor, there is no doubt that he is today the rnosl l.otenl. tho most li-itcil, Icvcd. ft-.-ircd, nml ailmlred (Ig.iro In '.ho Britlsli political arena. Ills career from time lie was a barefookd toy In a Welsh village, Illl now hns been a romance of a triumph of rcrslEt- cnce. Tlie nsc of 51, despite, his'slormy and hard life, finds him as young a? ever, and passing ttiruiigli a rc-sliufllo and disturbance In sccinl and polltlrn' lllo as lie Is, It Is inlcresllng to conjeclure tlonn which the Chancellor choose '.o lead r.r, (r.-.njor.EO pcrsonnl- follci-insr. .Mr. fisoific's fulnre is In any case a problem of cxlrerae Importance to the From Die Tnllcr. pound never found any metiicine lo compart? it. 1 hail ulcers and fall- ing of womb anil .__ doctors ilid me no !'f pood. I snfffml MRS. hi.- II. SOMERVILLE TO LECTURE AT: The of humanity has noth-' ing lo record tbal IK inorn marvel- i ions Ihan andden and widespread I interest tliat lias been awakened in i the civilized world on [he subect ot j what has been so justly nemerl "the; wlilie slave deiicate i (lipme. Ar.d from whom could that Unlh beniorp appropriately sot forth Ihan by u sou! is stirred to i1s very do-Hh by j tlie iniquitous and degrpding praclic- i nr. Ihal have been nllonerl to so for-! ward rlov.n into the vt-ry opening of j tills most enlightened cf thf centuriPE. The slory in (Ms lecinre, and j amply lllustrnted t; Ihc lalest stereoptiean slides. Is r.ot wholly. even Inrr.ely 'lie Ipeturer's It is .1 iiounlar sellin; forlli or the rcpulls of the experiences of faplain Owen O. Winrd, detective, social survey ex- pert and Frobabiy no I Filigle person in tlio -worh! today knows as and rrlm- ir.fils as does Mrs. M. II. Homrner- ville. wlin will deliver her Elirrlng lec- ture at Stflrland. for one day only, .rtidRV. March H. There will be a .TL-itinpe trcni I' lo Nine-tenths of AH the Stomach Trouble Said to be due to Acidity A PhysTclan's Advice and Cure en Ciuie il I begun taking j your medicine. I nl-j po recommend it for EX-BAILIFF IS DEPORTED is i l tliat Hie coiiinilt'oe (o Jnvcflttgato Uin comincrdM III of Ihc Georgian Ray canal to componeil of pvMayor "If Ihc of said AW. It. A. cf Montreal, "attempts to heJge around wllh secrecy the In- veElizalion Snlo Iho water situation, t ford of cTinlrmnn, Ehatl 'invite tho of nnrt Col. V. S. Melghen and come rtown to Iho Clly Hall and Oolhtor of Montreal, break in ibo door." non'ousncss and in- digestion Mrs. i Ludwig Halmrjal Has Complet- C1.ARK, Glanford Station. Ont. td. Prison Ttrm Taken Across the Line Chcsterville. Ont. "I heard your' medicines highly praised, and aycnr npo I.udwig Halmrast, who represented I began taking'them for fnlling'of womb himself as a tlicrlff> with anj ovarian trouble. liradnnartera at Warner, nnd My left side pained me alli the lima ft sk-raontlis' term'at just before my which fhe iM for ,hcf( Et Medl- irreKUlarsml painful it would be ivorse. Tas. lo the Un- down cnuscH me snd.snrler- Inspecior A. E. Humphries, Is well In the country Fouth of LoMihrMge, helnp for some time lo- cated at Warner, he hv ilift local noliro nn a of- forgery, but was allowed like them. I have taken thorn ami 1 his freorlorn, when It TV as learncrl thnt Youmay he p'jhliah Uiis (c.-tirnoriiAl." STK- niKS' MARTIN, Ontariu, T. 0. Korayth of Ilerlln is dead aged TanaJa. fifly-ta-o. be non'ous time- times that I could not to are any or.eorhearany one speak. Littleupccka would deal bo my eyes anil 1 nlwAyA T cannot loo much for E. Pin'xliAm'n Vegetable Compound and for there are no medicines A faTno'Js physician whose successful researches Into the casse and ciire of atomach anil intestinal diseases have earned for him aii international rcputa- lion, said tn the course of a re- cent lecture thst nearly all in- testinal troubles, as well as manv disease-) ot the vlta.i or- were directly traceable lo n tieraiiRed condition of the stomach, which In turn was due nine times out pi tun to eices- acidity, commonly termed storanch nr which nol Irritated ami-in-- tlamfid (he delicate of the slomscii. but also set up gas- trilij and stomach nice-re. "H Is inleresUtig to note that he con- demns the UBS of iialent. med- icines' as..well of< medical treatment Eor "the "slomach, fifat- Ing that ho and Ills colleagues have Eecwrc'l.- rcmarkahlo re-: siiHs by tho use of ordinary-.ht- Biiraled magnesia, vhich, by nEHlrallzlne the- acidltj- ,of th.c. food, removes liifi source oi thri. trouble. lie contends lhat Is as foolish to treat the stomach itself na U for a men who stopped on a tack to rub liniment on toe foot v.-Ithoul first removing ihe tack. Re- move the lack and tho foot heal Us trail EC the1 acid and stomach troubles will dis- appear. Irritating medicines and medical trcalmenlr are use- less, so long as tlie contents of the stomach remain actd; re- move the acidity, and there will be no ncod for Inflamed lining of Rfomacli is 111 then hes! Itwlf. Suffer- ers from jtcldltrr stomacli. or heartburn sbntild set a ?rnnll fcettln of IIWILI itic-ir .ufutKlei and uhe.