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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914 THE tETHRRIDnE PAILY H7SRALD PAGE THREE LOCAL WHEAT PRICES K"o. 1 Kor.......73 No. 2 Nor.......71 No. 3 Not.......68 No. �! Nor.......(;l No. 5 Nor.......56 No. 1 Re� ........... No. 2 Red ........... No. 3 Red ........... Ko. i Red .......... No. 1 Red ......TA No. a Red No. 3 Red No. 1 Red No. 5 Red .71. ,.68 .61 ..58 69 67 fi� 58 PU CREEK HAS SIX INCH MUCH WELCOMED BY FARMERS -OTHER NEWS OF THE FOOTHILLS COMMUNITY The Quickeit, Simpleat Cough Cure f:MlIy and Cheaply Made mt Homo. Saves You $2. THURSDAY'S QRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Mnu., March 'JR.-Win-ftlpeg wheat opened unchanged to "li higher. Outs .unchaiiKed to Va up. und flax unchanged to % lower. At noon the market wan uncbansed, (lax boing a little lower for May and a little hlKher for ,Iuly. Cables closed unchanged to M lower, and this, with no ii�ws ol' Importance from the soutn, lea to an ex- This rcclpo makoB 16 ounco- ^ ough yrup-cnouBli to last a. family" a, lone time. You couldn't buy a� much or aa good cough syrup for 52.50. Pinchcr Creek, March 21. - Just Simple aa it 1.4. 11 rIvc3 almost Instant where that vcnUirosome litllp grass- "dually atops ii.e most obati. ho.;pcr or thai iiicrrv voiced robin, nalo coueh in 21 hours. This is partly reported to have hecn seen in this tlTJViot III' '"^""^ Vicinity .several day.s ago, aro finding i'f-,L'^^^^^^^^ shelter today, we are not prcparetl i^a Vcl u "'^'^fny to say, althoUKh if pushed very hard too. tor whooplnB cough, croup sora we might he able to give an accurate lungs, asthmn. tliroat trouble-?, etc. rt^pol't of tlicir opinion of thi.s allur-, .Mix two'cupg or Br.-muliiied'augar with inif Sumiv AILprt-i "i"^ ^.Mlijr :imi1 stir for two ing huim\ ,\iueti.t. jninu �b. Put --^ o-jurcs oi' I'lncx (tii'iy A fierce snowalorni, and soughing cenib' wortio in a lu-juni-e bottle and wind, havinR set in on Monday even- Tl.'L"'\'^l',f^J',,**.V;"l' '"*P'' P�"-''e=i'>--ing, six mches of snow have already ufrcc hours."'"'""""'  ' ' I'Ine 'm oni! of thn oldest jitl best. falkn and no sign of the storm ahat-ing at present. The vast amount of "the Itnown reniediiU UKcwits for Uie throat membranes, rinc-x in mojit valuable bcauti- concentrated comin-uurj of Nr)rway whito ... . , 1 � ,f.,,. pine extniut. ami Is ri-;h In Kulalcol and ful', hciWOVcr, IS aS balm to our lar- ,,.the other natun.l htalluB GAS EXPLOSION IN MACLEOD �-  , ,, . ,, . -.....- -----..........� ��-......, elements. niprs wounded icelings, lor all past \ other preparations u;i) not vvurit in this "hard knocks " For if when the j formula, trnmfilv dnll miirknt the volumn of . �"'� pia" lias been Im-  on pieni.) 01 sunsiiiiit., miiniui, luiuu nateU often, but never successfully Oat� were even dineter than wneat (hj^ district's benefit than , A Buaranty of absolute satisfaction, or aud developed a weak undertone, but |.,, ,,,-popnt storm ] money promptly refunded, kocs with this .... "-'"^ pithcuL sLijiiii. recioe. Your tlriis;cist h,-is Plner ttr wui fluctuations were narrow. | o,^ Saturday afternoon, March 21st get n for you. if not, send to The PIneic Flai-, though firm, was In the Rume there wa-S a hifi turn-out of the mem-1 Co., Toronto. Ont. rut as other grains. Other lines wer� ]jf.^^^ ^u,j iiitcrcsted in the Agri- Rvldently affected by tiie weakness cultural Society, in the Scott Block. In corn. i:\lr. McNicol, of I.othbridge, had been ----- The weather In Albert and Saskat- expected to he present, hut owing to Shier Family Have Narrow Escape- chewaii is extremely cold, and should uncontrollable circumstances, was House Badly Damaged Inn co'ld wave spread south and unable to do so. However, tlic sub- -- �onthea8t considerable damage may ject for which the meeting had been Macleod. .\lta., March L>6.-The result. called, \iL.: "Tlie arranging of it fair bursting of a Kas pipe, whicli, it is The cash demand is poor, neJUior ground nearer the town", was thor- rumored, was not deeply enough laid tnillers or exporters showing any In- oughly discussed, and a committee by the gap company, resulted in an elinatlori to take on wheat at the pre- ajipointed to meet the council, in re- accident here recently, which might sent figures. gard to buying or leasing part of the easily have caused the deiith of Mrs. Receipts were about the average on old police reserve, and if possible to Arthur Shier, her baby, and her bro last week, being 309 ears inspected transfer it from the lower to the ther, Mr. S'weet. About scnen o'cIoci�  Keed......... ... ... . No. 1 Winter ... ... . No. 3 �Winter.......... No. 3 Winter............ 87 Data- No. 2 0. W, , No. 3 C. W .... Ex. No. 1 Feed ... and Harry Jeakins. occupants of the house were injured. Miss Lloyd, who has been the guest ^nhonpu the bouse itself was badly of Iter aunt, Mrs. J. Brown, for the ,,,mfl^prf 145 li fiO% 87 88 li 81 70 71 m* 36 34% her return trip to Toronto. Dr. Gillespie received a "hurry up" call to the Hatfield ranch on Friday night last, on account of the illnesf-; of DENIES REPORT OF DESTRUCTION OF STEAMER lu .vw,.,........ Honolulu, March 2C.-Reports of ,. Mr. Hatfield. The doctor wai ^he destruction of the Inter-Island piloted by J. Kelly and arrived safe- steamer Maui, 'with the loss of many ly, making a rccoi'd trip on their re- "^'^^^ sa'4 Feed ... No. 3 .. No. 4 ... Rejected Feed ... Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.......... No. 2 C. W............ Minnaapolia Whaat Open Pay............ 90% July............ 92 Mi fieptember........ 8�^s Ch(C�B� Whaat Mar............ savi Jily;............ 88% Beptember ........ 8g?s o,47,{, ter Co. have arranged that this dis- trict wilf still remain in his territory. lUr. Roberts is now selling for the \. H. C, and the company arc to be congratulated on their ^viBdom in leaving Mr. Roberts here as their salesman, as Ite has many times over heen voted the "whitest" implement mail who has ever invade� I^b-I erts. Close j 'ptie many friends of Mrs. Roberts, 90% who also was exceedingly popular, , 92% are sorry that the arrangemeat will j S^Vs i not warrant the resuming of their home here. 9314 89V4 88% 34 41! 139% 13�Vi BIJOU MAUDE FEALY with ' MOTHS' MOTHS" T)'.". iiicBl ext.raordiiiury descri'Dtloii ot a wain ;in thai, lias over been ponnerl. SHE" lia.'-i clia:itiiy, and she had also courose. is innocent aKvays and yet, when the .Moths h.ivo gnawed the ermine, no power in iifavea Ol' caitli can make it alto.i^ctlicr what it was. Monday and Tuesday ^ ^ Today EMPRESS Today TWO REELS TWO REELS ** His Best Friend " A Marvellous Story of Sacrifice and Suffering for Love's Saka fo^lr "The Big Horn Massacre" 300 Horses and 250 Men uaed to mak* thia Picture the Latt Word in Reallam. Don't Miss It! ^_ COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT. ONE WEEK ONLY MISS QENE LEWIS The Lady with the Contralto Voice in Character Song* FLORENCE ROBERTS The emotional actresa, playing 'Sapho' ! MONSTER ROUND-UP PLANNED WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET All Stack bn Blood Raatrve to be Winnipeg, Man., March 28. - Al- j Gathered and Strays Cut Out thuoeh tradinr at the livestock yards yesterday was not at all active, there was Improvement on that of Tuesday. Macleod, Alta., March 25.-Accord-,! ing to Mr. W. Dllworth, agent at the l>emand for good cattle still exists In Blood Reserve, who was In town atj the eut, and one car was shipped the beginning of the week, arrange COULD NOT STAND ON FEET Mn. Bak�r So Weak-Could Not Do Hor Work-Found Relief In Novel W�y. from the C.PjR. yards to Toronto yes. terday, and more will be shipped today from the Union yards nients are now being made for a big reund-up ot all the stray cattle on the Reserve. The provincial brand in- There was no oliange in duotations, spector will be present at the round-ehoice eteers being quoted at $7.35 to up, which will take place early in �7.uO, and choice heltera at $6.25 to April, Snd any horses not claimed by |6,60, jtho owners at that time will bo kept The hog market was steady at $8,00 for si.v: days and then advertised tor lo $9.25 'or choice bunches, with un- sale by public auction. As there are �l9ual cuts on roughs, 'bea\ics and , a great many stray horaea on. the Reserve, the I'ouud-up should bo quite BOARD OF MEDIATION TO tags. Supplies v/ere not quite so heavy'an exciting affair. Us recently. Receipts for two days' ending Wednesday, March 25, are aa follows: Union stock yards-Cattle. liOiVB. 1,248; sheep, 327. C.P.R. yards-Cattle, 49: �22. 237; hogs, R08EMEAD NEWS Rosemead, Alta., March 24.-H. D. rharter has purchased the stock of Roods ot. Qeorgo Shirley of Sweet Val-ioy, and removed same to Rosemead. Mr. Charter has also purchased the Ktock of goodB owned by J. Arnot of Traverse, and moved the Sweet Valley postofflce to Traverse, and Mrs. Charter is runniug the store and post cifffce at that place. \ .Mrs, Martin is back from her visit to IMrtace la Prairie, Man. There 'will bo a mastiuerade ball at Rosemead on March 27. Farmers commenced work on their land here on Maroh 10. Mr. J, Arnot of Traverse wont to Calvary to purchase a stock ot hardware. He expects to have same ou the nhelvee about March 25. Adrian, Mich. - "I suffered terribly with /emiU* WMkness and backache wtd got so weak thr.t I could hardly do my work. When I washed my diahes I had to ait down and when I would sweep the floor I would get io weak that I would have to Ket a drink every few mhiutes, M I \E I and before I did my � / Ir^i I dustinglwouWhave 1 � " -^LiJ to lie down. I got ______ ^.^^Tv., B^o.urr: �o poofly thst my foUw tfaought Iwb9 SETTLE DEPEW STRIKE ^^4pji^, One day I Depew ,N.Y., March 26.-The State ^ piej^ p^pg, blowing around board oi: mediation was confident to- the yard and I picked it np and read it. day of arranging a basis for setUe- n 'Saved from the Grave,' and r''A 1 ^^^^ i^^'fi' ment ot the strike at the Gould Coup- told what Lydia E. Pinkham'ai V'egeU-ler works, where u regiment of militia ble Compound has done for women. I is on guard. I showed it to my husband and he said, ' Why don't you try it ?' So I did, and after I had taken two botUea I felt better and I said to my husband, 'I don't need any more,' and he said 'You had better take (t a little longer anyway.' So I took it for three months and got well and strong."-Mrs. Alokzo B. Bajcer, 9 Tecumaeh St, Adrian, Mich. Hot Well �noutrh to Work. In these words is bidden the tragedy of many a woman, housekeeper or wage earner who supports herself and is often helping to supnart a family, on meagre wages. Whether in house, office, factory, shop, store or kitchen, woman should remember that there is ona tried and true remedy for the ills to which all women are Krone, and that is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound. ' It promotes that vigor which makes work eaay. The Lydia �. Pinkham Uedicine Co., Lyau, Mass. Local Druggist Mikes Many Frientls J. D. Higlnbothara & Co., Ltd., reports they aro making many friends through the QUICK benefit which I.ethbrldge people receive from the simple mixture ot buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-1-ka. This remedy became famous by curing appendicitis and it 1b the most thorough ibowel cleanser known, acting on BQTH the lower and upper bowel. ,TUST ONE DOSK of Adlor-i-ka relieves constipation and gas on the stomach almost IM'MKDIATKLY. "SAPHO" AT THE (By Argus) The much-talked-of "Sapho" made Its appearance at the.BiJoii Theatre last night. The play in its "risky" nature has something the man Inhr nature has earned something of a reputation, and it was -not to be wondered at that curiosity as to how it �nould he presented led a large number to the tiieatre to see the production. But .viiile' following the story o� Daudet's novel, there 'was notliing of suggestiveness or appeal to sensual tastes in tlie film as it was shown. It was an artistic combination of mise-eu-scene and fine acting. The role of Sapho was taken by Sliss Florence Roberts, and she presented a rendering in keeping with the character. That the teaching of a mora!, and not a mere pandering to grosser tastes, was the object of the author oi? "Saphc," was clearly sliown In the poignancy which the outcome of the story revealed. The particular features of artistic life In Paris brought out some vivid pictures lu a bal masque with the animation and abandon peculiar to those gatherings. The photo-play opens with a peaceful and pretty picture of the vineyards in Gascony, the home of Jean GauBsin. From there it takes the audience to Paris, where he adopts the students' Ute, with its BLhemlun whirl of pleasures. His first meeting with Fniiny Legrand, "Sapho," is ahovra, ending with his carrying the lady up four flights of stairs, and ; the subsequent storj- as Daudet depicts it. I There is nothing offensive In the picture, it is interesting and the aim of the author was realized in the denouement, wliere Jean is thro'wn over by Sapho, while he, abandoning his pro.'jpocts and the country maiden to whom he was espoused, has miide preparations to leave tor Peru v,'i;h the woman wl;o had he;d his passions in i toil. 1 The photo-film is well worth seeing, 1 if for anything to remove the 'wrong i impression which has bccom.? at.'aich-ed to the story. It acts as a. warning of the dust and ashes that await a llfo of irresponsibl'j giving way to the pleasures of the moment. Beautifully staged and well-acted "Sapho" will 'vvell repay a visit. ! V f *. i ; 'MOTHS" AT 8TARLAND ' ON MONDAY NEXT Everyone is talking ".Moths;" 'probably no other play 'which has ever �visited this city has caused more discussion thas this, the great Ouida play of tlie above title, which will be offered in tour big acts at Starland on Monday and Tuesday. Miss Fealy, starred in this film, is laiown from coast to coast as a leglti- ' mate theatrical star, and has positively never been seen to better advantage than in this motion picture play "Moths." With Maude Fealy Is a spo-elal Tli�h"houser ctist, including such favorites as William Russell, Gerda Holmes, Harry Benliam, .Mrs, Law rence Marston and Lila Chester. "Moths" has been described as the most extraordinary description of a �woman that has even been penned. "Moths" will be offered at Starland for two days only, commencing on Monday, and there will be special afternoon performances each day. Although this is 'without exception one of the best and mpst costly moving picture plays ever produced, the policy of the Starland Theatre will not alter for the showing of this tremendous feature. The usual prices of admission will prevail. * * * GOOD PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS One of the most varied and entertaining programmes ever shown at KlU Empress will be shown for the last time today. "His Best Friend," Ihe special two-reel feature, is a play full of intense interest, telling how � the friend, for love's sweet sake, sacrifices his liberty to save the woman ho loves from the disgrace of her hus-i band's crime, and is only recompensed after years of suffering. "The Outlaw's Love" is another good one. Pat-he's Weekly is also a aplendid number. These, with two good comedies, complete a most excellent entertainment. Don't mJes the opportunity tomorrow of seeing "The Big Horn Massacre." This remarkable Kalem feature gets right at the iheart of things, and stirs up the beho'ider to a high i tension. It is strongly recommend-I ed by the management as being abso-Ijlutely the most realistic and sensational story of the Indian country ever exhibited, and quite the equal ot anything ever shown at the Empress the house of big things. GLENWOOD Glenwood, March 30.-Alfred Lcav-itt and Mr. .1. L. Radford visited Glenwood on the 10th. .Mrs. P. Thomas, of Cardstou, visited relatives in G IcJiwood during the past week. Farming operations are in full swing. Considerable drilling has been done and discing and plowing is general. Miss Leona Ferrill entertained a n'.imhcr of her friends at a birthday party at her home, on the 16th. .\'bner Bohne's new home is nearly ronipletod. His brother, Arlington Bohne, has had tlie building in charge. The friends and people of Glenwood I generally, are pleased to see Ernest' Bohne back again. He is a.flrst class ' busebaii player and the ball players are depending on him for aid in making up a lively "nine" this season. During last season he unfortunately was called away from Glenwood and the ball team was .seriously crippled for the rest of the season. Now that he is 'jiack, people are looking for good baseball again. The ball team met and re-otgaaized on the IGth inst. Mr. Burt Quinton i was re-elected as nianager of the ' club. The resignation of D. O. Wight wa.s accepted and Homer GiUord was elected to the ofiice of captain to 'fill the vacancy created by Mr. Wight's resignation. Samtiel Webstei was un-I animously elected for secretary-treasurer. Sherman Theatre Tonight Barnold's Educated Animals AND 5OTHER BIG C ACTS O Seats New on Sale at Box Office PRiCKt: 35 and 50c, One Show Nightly at 8 e'eleek. A lone robber held up the express ! messenger on a Santa Fc railroad train, near Beaumont, Texas, and is reported to liave secured .$14,000. Gray Hairs a Handicap Tendency of Modern Business Is To Favor the Young Men This is the young man's age. Everywhere you find the big jobs in the hands oE young men. The appearance of age discredits your ability. Youth and efficiBiicy are first cousiiic in the eyes of business men. Uou't let a fftw grey hairs spoil your chances when it's so eaay to prevent or euro thsm. \i!:y':i Hair HealUi restores the uat ural color to gray hair and no one win know you use it. It Is not a dye. It is a hair tonic that re-invigoratfis the hair roots and the I'calp, supplies new nourishment, a n\v leJ'.Ee ot lite tor your hair, thus bringing �back its natural color and luxuriance. It removes dandruff. Wo guarantee it to do this. Your money will )e refunded if it fails after a fair trial, $1.00, 50c, 25c. Got it at our store. J, t>. Higinbotham & Co., Limited* WHEAT CENTRE Wheat Centre, March 19.-A Socialist meeting was held in the Burdock school house on Saturday the 14th. Mr. E. T. Smith had promised to address the meeting on some of the momentous questions confronting the Canadian nation, but owing to the inclement weather he was unable to he present. However, Mr. Will Uo-onicke ably filled the gap and delivered a most interesting and well thought out lecture on political economy. The audience was the largest yet aasemblcd to hoar u political address. The Rev. Mr. Kop, of Brooks, preached last Sunday in place of Par-.son Sinclair, who has gone on a business trip. I Mr. Mitt & Son, who operate the store and post olficc here,, are retir-in;.': from business and selling out their stock at cost. Ed. Brown met with a slight mishap while returning from Bow City on Friday evening. The shaft of his buggy broke, causing him to spend the ni.;;ht at Bow City. Fortunately he escaped without injury. I Mr. and Mrs. Roepicke ate visiting ' with ttieir daughter, Mrs, C. Hodgson of Ketlaw. . . .: : Mr. Hailcy, who recently purchased two bloodhounds, gaVe them a trial on Moore's ranch. He was quite aat-islled wltii them as thay killed two coyotes. ' , � I The Farmers' Union have organited a local at Bow City and Badger Lake recently. They have obtained a large membership and ate getthig along sijlend dly! S. F. Horton was kickpd by one of his horses fortunately suist^ining only Tw.Ni,bU ,|i,p_2? Majestic Theatre Two Nights Starting Friday GUS HILL PRESENTS The Most Glgaivtic Musical CO;m-edy Success in Mcdern Theatrical History Mutt & Jeff In Panama Depicting- in Real Life, the Two Images of a Clever Cartoonist's .Mind, in Their Daily Stunts as Prlnt<}d in More Than Five Hundred Other Prominent Newspapers in America and Europe. It's Record Run ot 14 Momtfaa ill New York; G Months in Chicago; 4 Months In Boston FIFTY CLEVER PEOPLE Two Cars of Scenery Seat� now on Sale at Fraak Hedley's Drug Store. PRICES-SOc TO $1.S0 Empi MASTER PHOTOPLAYS COMINQ The Third Degree In Five Reels. The greatest hit of recent years in Hudson Theatre, N. Y. No play from the "speaking stage" ever lent itself so perfectly to motion plctuPSB, and no flner feature film has ever been exhibited.__ slight injuries. Another of his hprs^i fell down an old well, but he ' sue coeded in recovering it without au) damage being sustained. A liorse bf,< longing to Mr. E. L. Ham fell 1nt� a well also, but could not be .reMV< red. ;