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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdiiesnay, Match 5, IVMl THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD MORRIS THEATRE TONIGHT- -TONIGHT- The Man TJiey Scorned . A Special Two-Reel Broncho Feature Two Other Splendid Pictures : : : 10 cents and 15 cents ................ '.......I......, 4.....1 PRICES: -COIVIING- Saturday, March 7th-8th Miss Verna Felton SUPPORTED BY THE ALLEN PLAYERS IN AUL NEW BlILbS. Seats On Sale Thursday at Box Office, 10 ?.m. Bijou Theatre Educational, Entertaining. Meal, Mirthful, Musical TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Special Program "MARY IN 3TAGELAND" A C�pltal Story of the Foot-_ Ii0hts "OUR LADY OF THE PEARLS" A Seautlful Story of High Moral Standard THREE BLACK BAGS A Sparkling Comedy with John Bunny In the Leading Role THE MINERS' REQUEST An Exoellerit Western Story - Special Added Attraction - Capital Photos of the Auto Accident wherein our Friend Henderson (Toots) Narrowly Escaped Death Prices 15c & 10c; Boxes 25c. Appalling Expenditure is Received with Great Disfavor by the Country AND DRM TODAY AND TOMORROW ''ThB Wheels of Oestlny" SPECTACULAR THREE-REEL SENSATION You Liked "the Massacre"-See this one-it's great, .and.worthy of the Starland Name. 6 ALSO TODAY; . AL30 TODAY: "MABEL'S HEROS" "BIRTHDAY PF^ESENTS" Sparkling Comedy A Real Fun Maker. Coming Next Monday MISS LOUISE ELLIOTTE * In Her Brother's Clothes' A Distinct Novelty re TONIGHT 1.-The Lady Barber of Roaring Gulch. i 2.-Making an American Citizen 3.-The Deacon'6 Shoes. 4.-His Lady Cook. 5,-In Tinges of Peril. Three Cr�t,cklng Good Comedies, a Splendid Drama and an edvictvtionai featmc. "The Man They Scorned," Remember the date/ FRIDAY. FOR SALE On Sixth. Street South, near car barns, one tSvo-atoroy bouse, eigfit , roonie, : fully modern, bright tind up to date. $3,500-Small Cash Payment' ... , Will Handle --For particijlars. apply to- C. C. Pagnuelo Co. .PHONE 543 . PILES CURED IN 6 tO l4 D"A^f''s Your druggist, will.refimd, money. M PAZO OINTMENT falls to ciire any case ot Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding Piles fn 6 to 14 days. oOc. - Truth Will 'Out . As'Si)i IHnBtnitiqn ot reat devotion !to the truth,' a \v.ould-be P. told his auditoro'that he "underwent a severe thrashing whea a. boy for aticlc-ing to the truth." I imagine the slck-Jy feeling which came over him when a gruff voice called from the centre ot lire 'audience: "I guess it's cured �yar.,' guv'nor.'-' � THE NEW DUKE OF A8ERCOBN -Who on the death of his"'father recently inherits twenty-five millldn doli lars worth of real estate. He is a prominent Unionist-member of^ thft House'of Lords. � , , .,,.'- Qu'Appclle is to have � new armory lor the housing of Us troop oE the .Iflth Light Horse.  � ' ' Think How Long You've Bothered with That Same Old Corn Perhaps you have pared it an hunr They apply a Blue-jay plaster, clred times and seen and the pain stops instantly, it grow again. Theo, for hours,, they forget ,. vr>,.^-----,i.,..u_,i: kidneys well and Btrortgi- and thuSicute' and ward off Rhemuati!,-' attacks; wodfti � box,-6 for JSKo. Sample free if you j write National Drug aii'l-Chemioal;Go.;; �f Canada, I^iinited, Toronto. Us largely attributed to an ever increasing, tendency to mixed farming in the district. The church Is largely re-,sponsible for this Increase for by every means available the members have been pressed to mix their operations. Mr. Mcintosh, the newly elected secretary-treasurer,- Informed-the press man today that for the month of February nearly'3000 pounds of cream came in and was manufactured into butter. This gave an overrun of 18.9 per .cent. With the first of March the creamery started composite testing. The old method was to test every- time cream came in'., By the ne'w method a test is made-every two weeks. - ^Patrons are thoroughly satlsfiea as are also the stocks holders. The next monthly meeting: of directors will be held on Wednesday, March 12, at 1.30 o'clock. The board of managers of the Presbyterian church met at the home of.-Bt. j. B. Amos lasthlghtin their first meeting since re-election. The board is distinguished by the presence of two ladles on Its membership,. Mrs. Dr. Amps and Mrs. W. McD. Talt. A lot of routine business was transacted. . , The ball and supper given by-th* Women's Institute of Cardston was a success aa to numbers and representation. It was held In the Oddfellows hall and music waS; supplied by an. orchestra of six pieces under .Dr., F.' Layne.' The next meeting of the In-, stitute Is this afternoon in the same building. . The secretary of tjie Associate Boards of Trade Is. making good, use of the Herald's- reports of enterprlpeSj likely to come to Sotithern Alberta;; The secretary ol the local-,boar.dhaB; received several clippings.....usedin this way. . - .....  At the Presbytery of Maoleod held: in Macleod last week; pe'j&ission-iwaB given to move.the-Presb'i>terJan-cburch in Cardston. What'-will Be' dohe wiil not likely b^ made'lpubficfuritU a new, site Is procured.' : There"seemB;tO'^;b'e; a desire on thc part of ^a-mimbar/of the congregation to get nearer the centre of the town.,- 6tljera are ye-luetaut to part with, tha JSrpSent Pi;o-perty. The ojimfqhiaj; S<];un4ary Dreelt Is to be moved to a,' ijoiat tv/c-fis^l^s-west of the present aito. INSPECTION OF ICE The following letter 'was sent AOn the City Council by the Health Om%, . cer: ."-ti'\ "Ottaw.a, Out., 24th Feb. f. "The Mayor and Council, "City,of Lethbridge, "Gentlemen,-Some days ago i; M-'' ticed in the columns of .the Hersil'di: that the Board Of Health had l'nteni-|,i: ed to have, the ice gathered In for cfty � use Inspected, but that' it had not been done. 1 } . "1 am happy to be able to .state that sis';:-this ig an error. On three,separate oc-,,,} caslons I visited the ice houses,' wlien the lee was being stored, andlookedjlt?;;:; over, and I am pleased to 'say tha;t';?* the ice put in storage up to��thatftlnje/'rii; was clear and clean, with'Uttleor'nov. �,' snow ice on It, and. the best articleVi-put up in Lethbridge slnc^ I.bave b^eeur.ai health officer. , '',. "It might be as well to have, th%,,'' statement corrected. I have the- hoBjS:i: or to be, 'your Obedient Servant, ^-j, \ (Signed) "L. GEO, .DBVBBPB/' { '" "Health Officef." ^ 1 .if h "tl Get Busy! Two level ' lots, 7tli Avemie South; neaa* 'oar line. $550 each. On Term^ or $800 eafch^cash. Thci Dcwsley - Miilhecn u .. 'LaiiiMilii 60 ;