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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mmmwsm^ TWF. T.ETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, MardH 13,1911. MAJESTIC THEATRE IV. B. SHEHMAN. Mnnaner. PHONE 640. BfOSCOPE LECTURE BY Herbert Booth ai::^^ TO-NIGHT An entrancing story of Tkc Earlij Christians Admission 50c, Gallery 25c Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN. MANAGER PHONE 646 f-'---------�-- Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, Mannger. Phone 646. THE SEASON'S MUSICAL EVENT. Engagement Extraordinary Fri. and Sat, Mar. 17 and 18 SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE * MR. >OHN P. SLOCUM'S OPERA COMPANY (SEEN HEflE LAST SEASON IN "THE GAY MUSICIAN." In the New Viene�se Comic. Opera (DAS KU.SSEN MADCHEN) From the German, by Leo. Stein, author of The Merry Widow, adapted for the English stage by Stanislaus Stange, author of the "Chocolate Soldier." Lyrics by Vincent ^ryan. Music by Harry Von Tilzer. with MISS TEXAS GUINAN Last Season'* Prima Donna of "The Gay Musician." ALL STAR CAST AND "THE GAY MUSICIAN" BEAUTY CHORUS Seats ready Monday. March 13th. Reservations may be made by letter when accompanied by cheque or money order. Pricei: $2. $1.50, $1.00. iii:.m)i:kso\ vakk (an:i:Mi(n sis for Vi>ii 1'('iiI FIdwci'.s. I''l(�r;il Tribiiuv-^. I';iiiiis, l''('i'ii> iihd lloii.'^i' I'liiiil.s.. The lai'u'c^l ;iik1 ii|)-l(t-(l:il('f'sla'blisliiiicui ill 1 lie 1!. A. M(�I\.illo|) a.ii'cnis. il proiiiiMirig (ii'liis ni ilic, hitcrij;! I ii'iiiil H.irverier ( orripain-. ' I iiir:,ci|iic'iilly. it iTfipri.cii V ;inr('i!-iiii-iii lit'tuocii Hiis riiiiijiiv .111(1 I'an-; ,iil,; \i,i)lild Uliiiii\lli(rlii\r cxi'pp-Iloii.ilU lii'liflicial 111 till' riiiii|)iiii\\ I'.icli VCiif siiicf 111 a,.ilii/:i I mil l!ic ryii lllllHll lillSllU�.�1^ Ol llll' i'Ullip.UlX lias slio'.Wi prDiiiiiiiici'd jiii|ir(ivfiiiciit j (lllirial- 111' llic llarvi'StiT an- m inm\ acciiril 111 llii'ii npiniiiii thai f'ariada , \Mli I'M'iil ii,illv 111- iini' 111 llii- jnosr priuilllicill anni'lll I illal l-i-lil !(�., nf lllc v.iuld Kai'li vi.'ar laki's I liiiiisaiiils of .\ riirnciii lanirfiis nvi.-r llii' buidiT linr iiid-iiiiiiM liaM' ln'rimic iiii>i)i-ratn-h himIiIi\ tillliiK 11 111' i!s I l.iiiiilliiii. nm . wurks. In I'lni, | iii.iiiiii.iii lUii i.f ('aii.iili.iii r('(|iiirf niciil.'i 111 li.iMf\l iiiK iii.iiluii�'r\ anil I lUaRf iiupliMiii-iiis uas hcf;iiii. Tin,-, plaiil hav ai! annual capanli nf IlO.niKI iii.uhiiii-- and rriipliiv , Saska-ii"iii and l''irdpric-t nil SliiMild till- rccipi DCii.\ anri-i.'iiipnt villi I'aiiada hr cnnsiininiated, il is' .iliiitcrllici llki'ly llia'l the Inicnia-liiiii.il Harvfsler ('iiinpaiiv will ciitpr i tlu' I'muidiaii (icld nu a hmaficr scale � \ililil iniial pi,mis uill |)p rmisl riicli'd ' (i'i'|i,!r.iio|-\ )o incii'iisod fleiiiaml for 11-. iiiai'liiiics 'I'lu'ir IS no qncslioii ili.r. iiTi]ii oci I y Willi ('.111.id.I would i;riMli\ ciiiiaiici' its agiiculuiial pn-^ iiii.n, ,iiiil iliis fac-i. losi'llior wiUi, I'.i'st iiifT niacliiiiorv noiiiti; iiitn raii-j .nl.i ai .1 ri'diici'd ra'c of duly, uoiild | ri'siill 111 jiiiTi'aM'd i'aniiMKs of thr liiU'iii.il loiKil H.nvfstor roiiipaiiy, U'lthtn llvi' In."!t siv nr seven voars ilie lMlefnat,'ionril llarvesler lias K^eat ly c.vpiiiidefl ill fore conipiun is now earniiip; at the vale ni intire than l.'i per cent, for its r-ini'iinn slock and lia.s a coinpnra 1 n r-ii ).iru;r sur-jiliiK in band, it wiaild seem llial recent action of tlii' i-lu- struiigesi evidences' of any ^city's .'uruwl.h is llie ii)crea.se in it^ I eleplioiic system. That T.eth-Jiridei' I.-- loilit in line with the oilier !pnn;ie>MVe cilies of 1 lie West in this tespiTi. 1^ I'learh .-icen when we are inhilii.eil lhal new leiepluincs are be-inn iii.^lallc'd at thr r.ile of four and IHr a li.n 'I'liere arc now about N.'jH icji'iihiiiie coiinertions in the citv, an lucre.i.se 01 i,.ri i') per cent, since till' all I liiim t ic -service w .is installed. Ai tlie preseiil rale of development il will not be loiiij; before Ihe 1201) line i-\cliaiis;e .'.ow in um- will have lo be added lo , in all probaliilit\ an e.x- tensioti will 'be. inslfalled this siim-mer. Mr. itOi;s, const ruction foreman for the city, slates thai diiriiic: the summer a threat deal construcl ion will he lioiie. .will be laid belwein ."-^t. and Ihe oflicr. and l-!iglilli St., lielwccn the ."-ii-V I h ..\ vc' , 11'liio-, itii: t lie ol' outside Con duit s Thirt-Mi' '1 also a ,1,1.^; : lid pole lines along these iiMUi streets. Indicaljoiis jiuint also to p;reat ac-tivil\ in the C'liistruction of rural lines from tin.-; point duriiiK the summer, and iii.inv millyins disi ricts will be iliven tin iu-m-lit of direct telephone cominiMiieaiiuiL with the cit\. MUCH ACTIVITY AT MACLEOD iSpeci.il to rhe Herald). Marlcod. M.ircli 12-Mr. and Mrs. \W\ \iiiiie. of !.etlihrids;e, are in M.irle.iil I'll ,1 lew days MSitinn ,). .\. \'i 11 I.e. Ill I his I ow 11. lli'ilieri Kooiii, I lie celebrated lec- Tlie Macieod I'olo Club will soon call a iiieelii;'.; to organize for the comiii!; sc.ism:; There are .several new' |)layors win. :.a'.e expressed Iheir iii-li'iitiiii; (i! part in the game tins .suuiniei. .uh; iroui the present tiirei, deliM-red a leci ure on I lie Ka r-' "'111'"''-' "'i'' --I "uld he .some Rood , , , I .1, \T, (i,,,,ii,ii l'"l>' ^aii.es ;�: \i.icleod Iliis" summer u I 111 islMir., In 1 lie MethoctlM ' ChiiMii lirre ,111 i-'ndai evening. The 'I lie re.! i-.M'r business .seems 10 Clinicli w.is erowdeil 1... its utmosl he lu'Coin 11, .�. i.ie active every d.iv. and rvenone went awny greath ^'""I Week and ihe lollowing are the ii.ii's elecled rresident, A. F. (Jrad> . iirsL vice-pres , A. '^Uuiir ; second uce-pres,. \\ 17 Hilliard. secrelar)-treasurer, l-: F. Browu , Council, 1-: Doberer, W, ti. L>iicb, .S. Heap, R 1.. llackett and \V. J-leii- 1 \. ick I The [-ioaid 01 Trade will bold their next luncli ,11 tnc .s.ivov Cal'e ne: eiicv of Ihe ..; is erecting a leiauise just e.isl of the ...u. I 'o 's plant Mr. eaicil the wholesale ai;-I ntei iiat lonal i larvesl er .1, \\. I. lie!! .iiiil liruce Craham, ' uliii h.iii' been sjieiidin.e; the winter 111 ^�, ui-u cslern Alberta, and (iiiMii.i. have returned lo Macieod ,,;ioiil lifty cars of ma and w.ll >luiiiU lease lor Uieir liofiie-: ^,)|,,,.|.^. ,,|,n:e r.'.id 10 Macieod. The liiteriMlien.il Co. have seen the ad- v,iniaf;es !;.it M.iclcod has as a di,-- sleaii- near Ked Deer. 'I'lie se.ils for Ihe liu rmiau \'ari- eli I .iiini!, wliieli is heiiej; gi\eii in | t rib.it 111,.: IhmiI fni southern Alberta I Ihe r.mn Hall by local talent under and loi lln' reason have given the "i* � V,.. lor ibe V.'esi 10 Mii'i.'tf- i prdiTi-al iinir whicti ivili i-'.ipru (liJ-ongli all ;li(- .i'lHiJiir, Iraversed liy Sir Wii iiii: l.aiir er hini siiminor. ^ �Hf ^ ^ �9' KILLS SELF WHEf^ DAUGHTERS  ADOPT THE TROUSERsS SKIRT ihi' ii,,ia,iLeineiiI of Messrs. (lamnioii ,iiid li. 'eli, l:,i\e .ilreaih all been sold and .i- ll'eie is still .1 large demand fill ilein It ha^ been decided to hold agency t'l ut 't "Uiu;. Toniglil .it 'it '-ill a lire alarm w.is .leit 1:., w t.en Ihe building 1 ,1 2(nh s: leel iisi-il by T. ISirlieck a- .1 luii aeri.iriii.iiices. one being on the ).,,,ioiii:g ,,:'d iliing shop, caught hu. but tlic nil Hi'iiu'. .M.neli II -Til,. Iiari'iu skin e.. ilireelis responMiile lor 1 be ileaiii i'.i one ol ;h'- proiiiineiu iiii-ii ol ibis i ii . Tlu' viciim is .\laj. Ilossi. a iii-'i, m 1111 ii-ipa I f lie'iona r,^ . who coni nm.'-d suiiide Hi.- iiliuids aiinoiiiK" '11,,- i.e eiiili". liir life lA'ca.iSv' lie wa-fiiii ,i Willi ^hame and disgiis! op 10 i .iniu ol lii.s d;iiij;bli i's. .'ikciI 2:: and M' Hcioieiue tin- iioiiSeri- skill a-i pan o' ' 1 iii'ii , r-i dii^* i-iiHiiinif. Iiilh .ii;d I !ie oilier oil the IKtli till.-, i.'.oiiili. The Concert is being i,r-i;,,|(|e ,iiii\eii. gnen m llie .ild ot the Macieod Hen- i,,.,, ,^ iiiiKi."Wn, ei .il w,is out beffire the tiie eii. The Ciiise of II e but it is thought .--liila! and promises to he one ii,.,, ^,,|,,,. inline caught fire from ihe he,11 '1. nearby stove There was no li,linage done tn the building, as the (ire did not gyl a veiv liig ill' iiei' ,11'i.iirs of ibis kind ever ; a i'eiiil'ieil hj .iinaleurs in tins town ! .\fiei iilawng in .\lai.leod Hie com-, pain . uiiei' is Tiiite large, iiilend siar^ T:ii.- is Hie third time ih,it I holding, '111' ;)ei Oit niaiiee in oihei lo- Hms buildin'i has stalled lo burn, cal l.iwii-. such as i ,cl iibridge, I'iiich- ihei,. h,i\Mig lireii two (ires m il el Cieel>, lli^li Kiver, High HiVd when ili. biiil'.ling was u.sed aS a bak-.lUtl Niifi 1 oil. fi 1 . "To the Public of Lethbridge^' Re Geo. H. Ling, Insolvent The Hardware business formerly carried onbyHAYR BROS, and for the last six months by Geo. H. Ling, will now be under the entire management of ARTHUR HAYR the Creditors* Assignee for the estate. I have now put in a large new up-to-date stock with which I hope to share your patronage. All orders entrusted to me will have my prompt and careful attention. Thanking you for past favors, I am, Yours truly Arthur Hayr Assignee ;