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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MARCH 2fi, 1914 THE tETIIBIUDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES No. I Kor.......73 No. 3 Nor.......'1 Ko. 3 Nor.......6S Ko: 4 Ko. 5 Nor.......50 No. 1 Red No. Ko. S'o. 1 Red ......73 No. a Itttl ......71 No. 3 Itfd ......CS Ko. 1 ......61 So. 5 lied 69 Hed ............................_... HtJ MUCH WELCOMED BY FARMERS NEWS OF THE FOOTHILLS COMMUNITY Pincher CtctV, Match 21. Just where till IHU" Rrass- hovirfT or that merry voiml robin, reported tu have Uen in this vicinity several days aRO, arc findibj THURSDAY'S QRAIN MARKET Winnipeg. Man, March wheat opened unchanged to shelter arc aot prcpaial Uke to fay, although il pushed very hard ror wi.oo we be able to au accurate lungi. asthma, i report of their opinion ot this allur- c Allfttu. The Quickett, Simpieit Cough Cure Eully acd Ckoiilgr Miilo liouio. Suvei You f2. This recipe rr.alfes 14 ecOJEh tu lit'- a fair-lly a long time. Ycu coulJn't buy as or IB 1 tcoJ iyrup for 12.50. Slsiple as It if, il gives ai.TOtf Icttaril relief stipes the iocs, obsti- nate co'JSb In ?l Irj'jrv. TJiis Is patlly due to the fact that It it tba astute ai.-l lias an tJcctl- lertl loaU: II Ja p'.c-isar-l tu cuujii, of 1'lr.t-x Cables closed unchanged lo U lov. :r. and Ibis, with uo news of Import- ance from tbe, soulii, led to an ex- i f-r tint: -iiid lr In t'jUitcl and lul', huvrvcr, is halm to uur tar- utncr iners' voumlril feelings. a" part oilier pruMralloi.a no! nurii in Ibis -haii! kiKKls." Kor it when to! rran ,Ms is over '.he wealiier man uiarj- ]Uvt- enJejn.J :i ireinely dull .nurkot, Ihe volume of _ bmlnest trsrmeted being very small J'fV'io cwjiroi the wind, and turns wives In iiw stsu-s sn.i carafei. confined lo professional traders. o( nothing could JJJJJJ tfS'b'jt Oati iv-e-re oven Hun wheat t. this district's benefit than I A cuaitniy ot nVjulr.e MtWa'ciiim. or developed a weak undertone, bul ,h'c stotln. j fluctuations were narrow. QU Saturday atternoou, March 21sl Btt n tor ysu. if cct, 19 1'ir.ex Klav, though firm, was In the was a turn-out u! mem-. Co.. Toronto. Or.t. lul as other er.llnB. Other lines were ierli aud all iutctcsteil in the Agri--------------------------------------------- affected by Uie weakness cultural Society, in the Scott Hlocl.'cAS EXPLOSION IN MACLEOD In 'corn. i Mr. McSicol, o'f Lelhbridge, bad been-------- Tho weilher in Albert and Saskal- eitfcted to l.e prfsrnt, but owing to Shier Family Have Narrow Escap chewaii is extremely cold, and should uncontrollable circumstances, was tau cold 'wave nonlli and enable to ilo BO. However, live ronlhcasl considerable damage may ject for which thp meeting had called, viz.: "Tl.e arranging ol a (air bursting of Houie Badly Damaged Maclcod. Altj., March ipe. w-hicli, it is Tj'e demand IB poor, neither ground r.carcr the was Ihor- rumored, was not deeply enough laid millers or exporters Ehowlns any In- o-Jsbly discussed, aud a. committee by the RHP company, resulted in an elimtlO'i to on wheat at the pre- appointed In meet the council, in ,t- accident here recently, which might sent figures S'rd to huvlng or leasing part ol c-aBily have the deelli or Mrs. Keceluls were about lue average un old reserve, ar.d if possible lo Arlhur Shier. baby, ami her Uet 309 cars inspected transfer it frura the lower to Sn-e-t. About ccver, o'clock- d 2J5 ]n flgQ, higher part ol tl.c hill, the Imildmes Mr. Shfer had occasion to go into tho tmerlcaa -receipts Minneapolis, cellar, and while FO slrm nt: Duluth, K and 19 chased on (ha dp ol the malch at tht aoor. leaving tiif. pari for all dtnleuc dialely a treuitndous explosion oc- sports during the season. curred, hurling Mrs. Shier across The meeting also inquiied into the roonli oul lno kitchen aivisabilityjjf joint stock door and ihruwing Jicr brother hack company. as fol Hlioultz, All. 1'cllrticr, J. J. Uranifi and Harry Jcalims. Liverpool insriot closed ncching- ra to U lower; "Paris unchanged to H Berlin U loirflr: Budapest, vi up, and Antwerp unchanged. Wheat- May .luly October May............ Ju1r............ May............ H2 July....., October MS 92W Wt mi} ui [i00r anfl tnrowinij ner Droiucr nacx y. Ttc committee appointe.1 lhf walli wWch U. A. iraser, .1. fc. out b_ p, lhe doling Prlcet No, 1 Northern No. 2" Northern No. 3 Northern N-o. 4 No. u Mo. 6 .'.i Lloyd, who. has been the guest I of IICT aunt, Mrs. J. Droivn, for the. past few weeks, left on Tivwday on 38 jher rctmn trip to Toronto. Dr. Gillespie receired a "hurry up" call to the Haldeld on Friday night last, on account oi the illness Mr. HaffielJ. The doctor Fortunately r.orte of the occupants of the house were injured althcuph tlio ho'JEO Iticlf was Uadb damaged. DENIES REPORT DESTHUCTION Honolulu, March the destruction of OF OF STEAMER o the Intcr-Istani piloted bv J. Kelly anil arrived safe- steamer Maui. the loss ol raanj i Iv. making a record trip on their re- said today to lie untrue.. and glad to report that Mr. -search oi several Iioure failed lo die- HalWJ was on tit road lo rrcov- any -rrKSsse-of. the-slcarai; erv which wns said to have blown UD of S3'i' Jl'rs. Wi-cdnam, of Yarrow, is vis- I'ml llerbor last night. It is now iling her'daushtcr, Mrs. Dansj'. believed that tho vesiel wilt repnr H. past safely later, weci" in Caljarv, has returned to .No. 1 Winter No. 2 Winter...........i No. 3 Winter No. 3 0. No. S C. W................ Ei. No. 1 Feed............ Ko. 1 Feed............ No. 4.................. Rejected............... Feed.....i............' Ko. 1 N'. C.......... No. 2 C. W............ Minneapolis Whdt Open SI TC 71" 34% 4BW July Chicijo Whtal July Eeptembtr 03 U SS'.i jarr town. 31. H. Itobttis, who leit on Satur- day tast for his field of1 labor, returned Monday for a few days. HiK nuny friends will he to know that the International Harves- ter Co', have arranged that this dis- trict wilf still remain' in his tcrri- j t-ory. Roberts is now selling foe Ihe I. H. C., and .the company arp to be congratulated on their wiiilom in leaving Mr. Roberts litre, as their salesman, as lie lias many times over twn voted the "whitest" implement who has ever invaded I parts. It was the general fcclii.g amongal tl.e farmers this fall, "To i pay or all on acco'Jnt oi lloh- erts. i The many friends ol Mrs. Rohcrfs, 'who also was exceedingly popular, are sorry that the at'ransenieat will r.ot warrant the rcsuruiii; of their home here, MONSTER ROUND-UP PLANNED I LIVESTOCK MARKET All Stccfc t-n Blood lo be 25. AI- Gathered >nd' Cut Out WINNIPEG Winnipeg. Mm.. March Ihuogh trtftlnB at tlie Hvtstofk yards yefteniay vis cot at all active, there Improrement on that of ing to Mr. W. Dllwortli, agent al Domar.d for good c-jlllo still oxlsta In Blood Reiorve, In town at! the one car was shipped the beginning of the week, arrange- Maclcod, Alta., Mnrclt FLORENCE.ROBERTS The emotional actreit, playing '9aph It's the Talk of the Town FLORENCE KOBERTS "SAPHO" The Pavl CINEMATOGRAPHIC HIT TODAY LAST DAY ONLY Matinee STAUTJNX' 2.SO Evening STAKTIXG CONTINUOUS MAUDE FEALY with ".MOTHS" incet Mtrttordmary ilesrriv-Efu oi a i.-j-m lia.u t-vcr "SHE" Las cJiaatuy, and ibe sia'l courage. "SIIK" ii Innoctnt and yet, nbtn lie Moths r.iVi.. gnawed the eiinine. cu power in iiravt-u or .--ailli can it wlut II Monday and Tuesday SCENE FROM "MUTT AND JEFF IN PANAMA" AT ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAJESTIC "SAPHO" AT THE BIJOU (By Argus) The "Sapho" made .s appearaupe, ai Theatre ast-night. Tho play" hi its "risky" liluro has 'something the man Inhr has earned something of a re mtalioo, aurt was to be won- dered .at that Curiosity as to how it favorites as Wllliain Hussell, Gerda F, Harry Henhain, Mrs. Law rence Marston aud Lila Chester. Today EMPRESS Today TWO REELS TWO REELS "His Best Friend" A .Marvellous Story of Sacrifice and Suffering for Love's "The Big Horn Massacre" 300 Hones and 250 Men to mtke Picture Latt In Realilm. Don't Mill II! COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT, ONE WEEK ONLY MISS QENE LEWIE The Lady with the Contrjiito Voice in Character Songs GLEXWOOD Olenwood, March 'id-Alfred Leav- itt piil Mr. J. L. Radlord vlsiteA "Moths" been described CB the' Ultavtood un thr 13th. most, esuaordiuary deecriptiou. of Mrs. V. Thomas, of Cardstoa, vis- a woman that has even teen penned, ited relatives in Glenw0od during the "Sloths" be offered at Starland past week, (or-two' days commencing on Fanning operations are in full Monday, arid there will be. special swing. Considerable drilling has hwn afternoon performances each day. AI- done and discing and plowing is gt-i- this Is "without exception one eral. of the best anu'tnpst costly moving vould'be 'presented led a laige num-1 ter to' the theatre to see the proluc- ion. Hut while" following the story oi Daudefs novel, there was dous fMtllrc_ Thc rices a, of suggcstivonesa or appeal to sen- wil, 1 alter for the ehoiving of this Leona Ferrill entertained 'a picture plays'ever produced, tlie pol- her friends at a birthday j Icy of the Starland Theatre will not at "ct the 16th. Bol.ces new home is nearly completed. His brother, Arlington has had the building in charge. The friends and people ol Olttiwood pltased to aee Err.est GOOD PROGRAMME liohne back again. a.first class AT THE piayor and "the ball players One of the most, varied and eutcr-' are depending on him for aid in mak- laining -progrnmmeij ever shown at inS fP a lively "nine this season. fnniress will he shown for Hie. last .season he .uu for Innately last time today. "His nest called away.'uom Wenwood COULD NOT STAND ON FEET sual tastes in IHe film as it was shown. It-was an artistic coniblna- llon of and line acting. The role of Sapho was taken hy Miss Florence Roberts, and she presented a rendering in keeping with the char- acter. Thai the teaching o! R moral, and uol a mere pandering to grosser lastes, was tho object of thoi nullior of was tlearlv- tho the slory revealcil. The partteular loves front the disgrace ol her bus- (he special feature, is a play full o' Intense interest, tellies how for love's sweet sake, (hc ball team ivas striously crippled [or the of the-season. Now .that he is 'jack, people are looking for which the' outcome ot' r'iriccs Ms liber I y to lave the woman Sherman Theatre Tonight Barnold's Educated Animals 5 OTHER BIG ..ACTS on at Box Office PRICES: 35 >nd 50c. One Show Nlgt.tly il 8 o'clock. featurcs or nrtUtic life In Paris band's crime, and is ohiy recom- The ball met and re-clgaaized I on tkc IGlh lust. Baker So Not Do Her Work-Found Burl Quiriton rc-eiected as rtianager ol thej The resignation of 0. Wight acccpteri ar.d Hnnicr ffifiord was ___cd to the ofiico of captain to'fill splendid number. These, with two vai.aMy r.rMled hy Mr. Wight's ful and pretty picture ot tho vlne-jcooa cometlics. comi.lele a most ex- S.imKel Webster was un- yards In Gasconv, the home of Jean ceiic.nt entertainment. elected for brought o-Jt some vivid pictures lu a Lai rnastiue >ith the. animation nnd abandon peculiar to tlioae satlterings. The photo-i'lay opens with a peace- years of suffering, "The Outlaw's Love" IB anolhor good one. Patie'c Weekly Is also a .Gaussin. From there 11 lakes Iho ioudleucc to Paris, where he adopus D 1 1 !ltlc 8tujeols' lf'C' Ty'ilh il5 In'Novel I whirl of pleasures. His first moot- j ''ing with Fanny Lcgrann, "Sapho." I? Doo'l miss the opportunity tomor- row of seeine "Tbe Bis Horn Mas- sacre.'-' Thts remarkable Kaletn fea- ture gets right at the 'heart of tilings, from tfce C.PjH. yards to Toronto yes. be shipped to- day from tna Union are nov being made for a big round-up of all the stray cattle on tho The provincial brand in- WTTKAT CEXTBE, 'cr.lrc was held in the Thorn Ttar, no change in quotations, specter Trill be present at the. round .helnp quoted nt to up, which will like plsce early in and at to; April, a'nd anr horses not claimed by jthe owners at that time will lie kept Tho hog if.ts steady at fS.fjO for tis days aud then adrcriiEcd for (o 'or cholco with nn- sale oy public auction. A3 there aro lisual cuts on roughs, JiKHlfs great many slray on the ne- dj.j.- jserTO, the iouii'd-up should be nuite Supplies T.'cro nDl quite so lit-aryan escltleg affntr; recently. Recelpls for two i.nillng Wcdncsrtay, Mnrch 25, arc as BOARD follows: stock 237; and alirs up the bcho'tlcr to a 'high with Mid Uckncfcs orii I'ntpn hor.s. 11 rn DEPEW STRIKE Dtrtw sTKint SETTLE goine ,N.V., March Stale, a tlie was realized In Ihe de- iha house of big Ihlngs. the floor I would fit rjiMimni. '.iheji jean is throi-n over------------------- soweaV.tbaf Iis'oulJ Sapho, while he, abandoning lily A lone robber held uii the express have to (lrin' Pralrlc, .Man. There will IjC masiiuerftile ball al on March 27, commenced worV on Uieir on Mircli 10. Mr. J. Arnot of Traverse went to Calgtry to purchase a stock of liani ware. Uo ajcptcw to have same on Hit inches obeat 23. slo'cr post office rftlr- out consumption. One .day I if for anything to remove the wrong of paper blowing aroonl inisirfsslcn which hf.s become atlat-h- sheep, Of medislion wns wnllnenl lo- yard and I ricked it tip and read it. to Hie story. U acts as n warning 45; of arrantlng i basis for settle- jt 'Saved from tha rtc ;iu5t ashes that await r. msiit of the strike al tho Gould Coup- what Lydia E. Pinkham'sVt-seU- lifo of in-eBDOnslliVj giving way to the is lhc [llans IvV' from business and er vvhtre, a resident of mllllia hie Compound has donB for women. I Of the moment, neaullful- erywherc you find tho big jolia in the stock al cost. it to my liusbsnd and he acid, a mA "Snpho" will hands of young men. Tbe appear- a mis Why don't you try It J' So I did, and n visl, of aso tllacrcdlls your aWlilj'. Ictuining Bow City after hob" taken two bottles I felt, jYoulh and etlicliiiiey arc first cousin; friday evening. The shall ol his betteranrllfoidtomyhaabiwi.'idon't lln the eyes or bnsincsi men. causing hini to-speni need any and ho said 'You haJ i Don't Itt r, grey tairs spoil now CHy. bolter tako It a lltllfl longer aaywty. MOTHS AT chiudcs when it's SD easy to pre- he cstr.pcil without injurr, Sol took it for Uirtejuonths and got, ON MONDAY NEXT vciU j Jf Uotnlpkc are vislling well and Btrong." ALONZO E. F.veryone Is talking pro- Hair Hc.iUH ttatores Hie nal-' s 1UXER, 9 Tecnmseh St., Adriftn, Mich, laably EO other play which haj over UIil1 fo no nne Not Well Enoujrh to Work, ;visited this city has cnnscj more dla- hnoK J0., it.. words is hidden the trascdy jciisslon thns this, the Oulila play of the rbovc title, whlcl, v.-jll be .offered In four bip acts at Slafland and lory, ihop, slow or kllch'en, I Mlsf Fcaly, starred In thh film, Is I on gusrd. Local Dtuggist M ikes Many Friends Co., l.ld., repons they aro making many friends ll'.ronch the (JtllCK ben- olll which l.etlibrldgc peo'plu re- ceive from simple mixlurc of biirVUiorn bark, glycerine, clc., known ns Adler-l-ka. This rein, edy Income- famous hy curing appendicitis and II Is.the most thorough bowel cleanser knonn, acting on DOTH the losvir and upper bowel. JUST ONB DO8K of Adlor-l-Kn relieves constipa- tion ar.d cas on the stomach al- most Majestic Theatre TwoNighit Unn 97 itarling FridBj "I01 GUS The Most Gigantic Musical Com- edy Success in Mcdern Thoatrl- .col ilistory Mutt Jeff In Panama Depicting Ir> Real Life, tin Two Images of a Clever Mtr.d, In -Their Dally Stunts as Printed In .More Than Five Hun- dred Other Prominent 'News- [arera In A'merlca and Europe. It's Record llun of H in New York: (5 Months In Chi- cago; Months In Doslcn FIFTY CLEVER PEOPLE Two Carj of' now on Sale at Fruk Hcdloy's Drug Slore. TO It Is not a ilyo. It U a hair tonic that ro-iavlscr.'.lcs Ihe roots and __________.___. __, Iho rcalp, supplies new nourishment, isficJ with them as killed a r-f life for your Inir, coyotes. 1-rl'King its natural rolor and 1'ho Katmers1 l.'nion their Mrs. C. Hodgson ol ItcHaiv. Jlr. llaltcy, v.-ho recently p-jtchascd two bloodhounds, gave them a 'trial Moore's ranch. He was o v. o jinown from coast to coast us a legltl- It removes ilnnilrjfl. n local nt Uoiv City and take truj remedy for the ills to which theatrical slur, and has r.rone, Owtls LjdiaB. guarantee- it to do this. Your recently. They have obtained a l been Been to teller nrtvan- wiil le refunded U it falls membership anil are RfltirR along an In (his mollon picture I'lay al'icr a trial. Empress MASTER PHOTOPIAVS COMINO The Third Degree Jn Five Reels. Tho grcattat hit of recent years in Hudson Theatre, N'. Y. Xo play front Ihe "speaking sUge" ever lent Itself so per- fectly to motion (ind no finer tenure film lias 'over been sligiit injuries. Another of his hpiseJ fell iloan an old well, bul'he Suc- in recovering it wltho.ut, an) namaje Icing sustained.'A Koise he- to Mr. K. Ham fell ewy i'Mothn." With Maude V'caly In 11 fpe- 51.00, 23c. Oct it at our store. H. K. Motion kicked ly one of la wdl also, hut could not roorri Tlish'houser inclndinz such -j. u. Hlsinbollma K Co., Llrallcd. his horses'sUlnine only 'ttti. ;