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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta M. JV LOCAL. I i uV Ko No k'o Ixo Ma 5 K'or No No PRICES s 4 Red 5 Red n fii 17 TUMDAY'i 6RAIN MARK8T8 luWei, (Man, May 0 open closing prices on the local grain eichinse today were as foi lows Open May Mfc July i 'J'i October........ 8Sy, May 37% Flai- Slay.......' 1J'K July Close n't, 17 W October Cleaina i Northern ;No i Nonnern Feed No 1 Winter Jlo i Winter 139% 11114 Ko. I C. W. No 1 Feed No 3 3 No 4 Rejected Feed T i N w. c Xo J C. W 1 Ko 3 C AV Minneapolis Wheat Open 8S% Julj "OH BeiJtombei Chloass Wheat Stay White Star Dominion Line f Summer Schedule From Montreal From Liverpool MEQANTIC 3at May 9 Bat April 26 CANADA Sat May Id i Sat May 2 I LAURENTIC Sat May >S Sat May TEUTONIC Sal May 30 Sat May il and weekh Book carl} and secure choice of accommodations Secure prepaid ticket! (or your friends coming from Europe We have exceptional facilities for taking care of this class of busl ness Yak about our 1 fteeke' trip to Europe for WEEKLY BAILINGS FROM NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA bj the following lines Amencan Line (one class cabin steamers White Star Line, Lesland Line, Atlantic Tram- port I ine, Bed Star tiine lists now open foi all summer sailings For spare, rates, sailings etc, apply to W M McLEOO, C.W.P A Or to anj railway or steamship agent 13SH 1Z4M Close S6U September 8 H WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg Man. May marketi o'n MoidKr were quiet, tone generally being prices inJckanged for cattle only best finished .steers, realized top quo tittions ot Medium and com BiOn grades were not in demand Cah eej and sheep were unchanged supplies" were scarce Tho the hog market and prices ottered for choice lots., wwe J7 90 fed and watered, and 81 cents more off cars HVeakw martetn east and quiet local demand were factors From the Union yards nine cars of hogs we're inlpped east Monday, and two cars of steelier cattle Quotations unchanged three Honda) were an follow! i C P It 71, hogs, 1BT Tjnlon Guttle J10, 2778 t_ Making an Estimate 'Would you like to so the eptra tonight "What a darting boy you Or course, 1 would, What U the Bill for tdnlshf About eleven dollars I Less Meat if Kidneys Hart SERVICES AQUITANIA LUSITANIA MAURETANIA CRANBBOOK TUB- LETHBttPOB PAltT PAGE TBPXP See "MLLE GREY" In Classic Dances All ONUS! VOW lYVOIEONMnY] COMMISSIONERS SETTLED THAT QUESTION AT MORNING SESSION Haruio "That all voters on last llbt are entitled to vok on Ike market, one-man one-car, and librarv plebiscite Carried That settles UK question u'wd by the street railway men, three of whom vltited the council chamber this morning just after the resolution became lav. wen, given a copy o( the motion, and alter being in formed where thej could'obtain a tew copies of the voters' Jlstb, indicating that they intended to do some elec- tioneering between now and Thuis the; deserted the commission- ers' sanctum for a warmer clime I The plebiscite was the first matter to come up It appears that the citj clerk was in doubt at to who was entitled to vote on suUi ballots He therefore left the tpace blank, and the citr solicitor filled in the word explaining this morn 'ing that the word was intended to convex the meaning "amone on the, instead of burgesses or to. pavers tinh 1'lierc is nothing in the chapter concerning a plebiscite Holt R CUNARD LINE II S B Mitch.M, Agent, Lethbrldge. Preston LocHiart, is dciendeil by J It Palmer, came up lor trial morning before the Supreme Court He n charged on three counts first, with wounding James Jen-1 tie all large New, Fast Service alnoluteb i'K'1 the lowest obtainable Sail inf> from Montreal and Glasgow eierj Saturday The ideal waj to the Cofltin In can be purcbasei from anv Railway or Agent. H E LIDMAN Gen'l 349 Jraln, St, Phone M 5312 Winnipeg, Comb Sage Tea in Hair to Darken It Grait4fni ktpt her locks dark, oioMy. a Tta, Sulphur mlttme of Sage ur r01 darkening aml f balr treatment, and -Mml" using it to keep lr even color, quite sensible, as wo living In ago when a joutbful appearance is of the grcaUMt advantage Nowadays .though, we don't have troublesome task ot gathering and the muiay mixing it home All drug utorM sell tho leadyto Uroduct called sage and Sulphui Hair Remedy' for About 50 centB a bottle It i> ver> jwpulur because nobodj can discover It has been applied Simply moliten jour comb or a soft brush with it and draw thit through your hair, taking one amall strand at a time, by morning tie gras hair dis appears, but delights the ladies -vllh Wseths Sage and Sulphur IB tb.it besides beautl fully darkenlne the hair after a few applications, it also pro duces that''soft lustre and ap pearanoe of abundince which is EO attractive, besides pi events dandruff, itching scalp and fall the hair 'J" D Higlnbotlmm Oo Tonight Tonight Extra Attraction Miss Amy Lawrance Late Star with. Geo. Ed-wauls Opera Company IN THE GANG'S POWER Keystone 2 GREAT REELS EXCITING DRAMA The Crystal Told NOVELTY DRAMA THIRD SERIES OUR MUTUAL GIRL SEES THE GREAT' FASHION DISPLAY ON LIVING MODELS DOMINION 'GOVERNMENT ISSUES Buchanan Fust Class Honors-Margaret Hun- lop, Roger Hedenstrom, Eva Har- greaies, Maggie Asnroft Second Class Badley, Grace Parsons Willu. Harrlion, Tom Logan, Lilhe Miiuieu, Kumar First Class Fox, 4da Fostit, Richard Malltn, Laura MLLB GREY GAVE FINE INTERPRETATION OF SALOME SPRING BULLETIN ON Second Class sou, Mm Ma.n, Etc" Sullnan, Joseph Simm do harm, and cuiture third, in the absence of the Hu in- T the Bonini tents', to work, him bodilj hann IN COUET Botanist, T Gussow, the uomimon uoianisi, _ and it lovers the chief potatoe dis- Gowm Mora Lain, eas.s usualU. transmitted the use, and Clara nea on (By Argua) Poetical interpretation ,of classic music, in dances that called foith the admiration of the large audience verv truth exemplified by MKe Atn more Gre> who appears for the firht time before the public, under her new Honois-Olive Jack- iagur and who brings tne dance classic to Lath j bridge as an introduction ifoWs Grace Me- dajirc, delight- itatlon of such ______ Value Cap hich was daintiness itself, and Spring was the i poetn of motion and spring time In the third dance Mile Grey interpreted Grieg B "Anitras Dance, Miller i Richard nui i" ...----------_ Second ins- muuam ------r------ C F P KC, proceed- ot unbound seed Brown Hilda Hatnson, James Mill- from the Peer Gjnt suite ed tho case for tho Crown The Special emphasis 15 paid to potato Brown Hlion iia LCS_ and m the tourthi tho D info met, James noticanker and Uo A'Mt brawn the Grelgi conclndtog iiiiULiuvk> i ii. i rarnlie In vGL J.lLlH.Jiai'-viii, i i> nwnn-TftTnma with tnfl CllllIVCL Mllu ui...u, most dangerous diseases known the (egetable world Under the DC-, Boulton, omcr strucwe Inscel' and Pest Act of Can- Haigreavesp- present, 'it being stated that he is in ths bijited .St-ite with danger oi rrcst in Canada for a Uiarge prefer- red against him This charge was ada, an> person using for seed pota- lo be M 'I U Ross, that ot toes infected with either of these ..Hint aw'av with a cheque he had diseases u liable to prosecution, and flven Jennings for wages in advance growers art advised to tot herding sheep The last he heard uylance in watching for the appear r that he and an- ancc of them, reporting them at once o theTad arrested at Sunburst, to the Dominion Botanist at Ottawa Moataia, in February, for theft, and The circular describes other corn- that one ol the pair had pulled a gun and JIELEB blight, etc, and it will prove vtry The fieht which took place about valuable to all growers The circu- nJdMghton T V, Ross' ranch, and lar can he obtained by writing to m which it is alleged that Lcckhart the Dominion Botanist, Central Ex stabbed Jennings was, accordiDf to penmental farm, Ottawa, Ont witnesses, the outcome of a quarrel over some whiskj Jennings was said to have accused Lockhart ot MARGARET stealing two bottles o! tile liquor be-' 'ongiafj tnjiim from a wagon ___ Witnesses" examined, deposed to see George Sear, George Sumnci, Stanlc> her delightful Ju Grelg, concluding __ _ programme with the dance of the of Salome, which, to saj the least, is a fitting climai and artistically connected Vith the other four Second Class, Fun Mile Grey sals that the dances_are Harn TaUor, Hilda Morris, each as faithful an interpretation of the music As It is'possible to make them She fotlowg1 the miisic of the orchestra, rather than allowing it to dances are perfect iust ao far First Class Chalm- ers, Agnes Ciiale ILLINGTON VT THS MAI55TK, UUHJ Ratic George, Norman, Isa Watson, Joe Swedish, Olner Moore, Challes Ascrolt, Jessie Lliiie Sumaer, Joe Swedish GRADE II First Class Annetts, Marjono Gurr, Maud "tfooie, George Charest Second Class Talbot, J_anet Tenant, Ponech, Imz Wilson. GRADE II. John Rae, Hugh Bryan. Ernest Mercn, Harold ffillctts, Alex. Aex .k Redshaw, Andrew Red- Rcsened seat sale for Within the nuncsbsa utyuuvu n. Law1 is open at tue >Tanic Hed ing Lotkhart chasing Jennings around ley drug store as the rendering of tile masterpiecea are perfectls plaved If the musis is puorly rendered she loses the effect in proportion MtsB Grev IB a London girl, and al though her father is her mother is English, and she studiec undei Signer Rossi, the famous ballet master of London Her dances v" tlie house of T W Ross, and to the fact that both men were under tbt influence of liquor Alvin Ostiund said that on the night of December. 18 Jennings had an open knife in hand, and spoke of going to Ross' born to lie m wait foi Lockhart Geo Ross deposed that Lockhart Jm d t Mt hlm dcep FrMk Sie n Jaafmfli up He saw Hard, Olive Redshaw, Andrew Red- presented here, are> JiovveieK shaw Hazel Reid Mars Seaman, jntBrnrntitlmi 0E the music and James Goldie, Lilian Bourne, Alux nre eiceedlngly original and (Clever Harold Hcaton GRADE I. In changing her name to "Atherva DCR BOTHERS yiwi uutit have meat stick went af-j n citv leaving au- ter him w iin a uniie oi t ruiaj on return I The jurors are W V Porteous, trip to Athalmer I] Watts, of Wattsburg, spent a few davs in town this week and .ucompamed the Hon Thos Taylor, minister of Public works, on a short trip of inspection of the roads and hnd 'f s ot the district' T "VfoVittie spent part of the T Cook, P. Hammer, John Bridle, J H Robinson and J W Hill FERNIE Ttrnie, B C May 1 many mm frie-ds ot Miss Uicdonald of the Pub tho lie school staff, who has been having such a prolonged siege of sickncsi, "evening are pleased to see r again in the fishing season opening no renewed in health and strtngin 1st, many parties arc to be I eslie J inspector of week in the city and attended Iwuqiiet gnen to the Hon Thos 'laj HOW WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS By Taking Lydia E. Pink. bam'. VegeUble Compound, ClerelMd, l.ft lid. me w yean that I to have to an opera- 1 ioo, but the tint lottU I took of E. Com- last night v 111 readilv agree that she EMPRESS iSc L.O.O.M. Convention MOOSE PICTURES TODAY ONLY I The Power of Print "TWO REEL SPECIAL" A Story of Today CAN THEIR CLOTHES WITH DYOLA' LTH. Dya that colon ANY KtHDt the puna in my aide ajxJ I continued IU UM untt! I became and fret from paini I had I Strom, Annie Zak I Class 1 Katar, Laura Gries dale, fatanlej Willie Bi rom, Otto Chemolli, Norman 'Tallon, Freddie Holmes, Diud Briosi. GRADE I. Talbot, Tcddie Rad- ley, Inme Ivotar, lewis Leigh, Lii 211, Clellant, Vlbmi Chemolli, Marion Ralston, Johii'Fozard, Alex Linning, Mike Swedish, John Chalmers, Sid- ney Bourne. Intermediate Hector Peacock, Kathlten Bjird, George Wj he, Emilj Arthur Park, Helen Loggin, Frnest Bodnar, Vlicr Junior Reginald Ross, Tarscina ArmacoU, Vcra Webb, Clifford Mit- chell, Ella Siillivan, James Porter., Willie Fairbanks', Willie Bodnar. PRIJIAR1 I Class. Hauosik, _ Hetty Fuhiicll, Bert Battison, Annie Kropy nick, Lily Admitt, ILirt, Ralston Class B. Annie Berry, Garry Brtrv tiedico, Map, Bern, Mite Kropynick, ?lary Hauosik, Ida Hnrrj his already identified nerself ffith the name. FAMOUS PLAYERS AT THE SHERMAN Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous Cemmon Seme Advlct by t Dlttin- ftulthtd Specialist "Acid' etomachs are cause acid irritates and inflames On delicate lining ot the stomach, thin hindering and anting the proper action of 'he stomach, and leading probablv nine-tenths of the cases of stomach trouble from which people suffer Ordinary medicines and medi cinal treatments are useless in auch cases, foi they leave the source of the trouble, the nc.A is the stoa-achr as dangerous as ever The acid must be and its formation pre- vented, and the best for this purpose is a teaspconful oi Disunited magnesia, a simple antacid taken In a little warm or cold- .water .after eating w hich not The intent displayed in the: Fa menu Plavers sei.es when at the Bijou has nrompted the Sher man management to' continue the same during the temporary closing of the .house.1 prices will be is usual 10 and 15 ceno, with a matinee daily. tation from which acldltj ia develop- cd Foods which ordinarily cause greatest distress may be eaten TVith Impimitj If the meal is followed with u little bisurated magnesia, which