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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 2 LETHBRIDGE DAILY Pager Grand Opening of the Billiard Parlors de Luxe in Alexandra Hotel Tonight, 7 o'clock We swing open to the public the doors of the finest up-to date Billiard Hall in the west. The: public is cordially invited to take part in the Grand Opening. An Orchestra Will Furnish Music During the Evening The 1 CM Club Cigar Mores LIMITED Alexandra Hotel, Lethbridge. Assiniboia Hotel, Medicine Hat- Grand Big Attraction Tonight The Golden Wedding or After Fifty One of the bosl, over 2 reels ELEANOH OUYLEU By Richard Harding Davla. No doubt you have read tlie book, you can sec tho piny by the Edison Co. DAB'S SMASH-UP A .rip-roaring comedy by the Patlio Company. Doors open 7 p.m. Prices 1.0 and 15 cents IMMENSE ACREAGE OF SPRING WHEAT To Make the Prairie (Continued from front page) the whole country. It will provide liomes for nearly famines, if each family occupies one duarter section. At the time none o.e this land is on the market, The leason is that there is no irrigation system there. But this will be remedied dur- ing the next two years, arid Mr Caz- ier will be responsible for the great- er part ot the work. year he began work on the immense reservoir In Chin eighteen miles caul of the city and three miles south of the town of ,Chin. This reservoir, which will collect and hoKl all 'ho water from' the irrigation sys- lem now in use throughout Southern Alberta, will form the liead vater of the irrigation system which is, to sup- ply-water to tile acies of the block now held by the C._ P. R. The Chin Reservoir The reservoir will be completed this summer. In one-half of the work is already completed, and the big dam at lower end of the coulee, which Is feet in height, Is in place to form the head gate of the system. Immediately the reservoir is complet- ed, it Is the Intention of the company to award the contract for digging of all the main canals and laterals to irrigat" the whole block, which will then be placed on the market' What this will mean to Southern Al- berta may be seen froni the fact that, since the irrigation system east to Chin has been completed, land lias in- creased m value from eight or ten dollars, until now it is nearly all held at between J75 ami ?TOO per acre, and is considered'a good investment even at that figure. But this Is Jiot nil tfcs -oik to Ls undertaken by, the company this yean Tho canal system north of Coaldale is to be extended, and a Contract will be awarded within a short time .for the moving of several million earth in the construction of canal ex- tensions in-the country north of'the Crow's Nest line, thus bringing sev- eral thousand acTes of land under wa- ter rights, and thus -adding'-many dol- lars per acre to the value. Altogether the plans of th-a com- pany in Souheru Alberta win mean the outlay of many thousand dollars; and the ultimate addition of millions o'f dollars to the value of tho Lethbridge district as an agricultural community; Magratli district Fanners Work jug on big1 ScaJe 'Vocalist Magrath. May. opera- tions are progressing very favorably in the "'district, and an im- mense acreage has already been'sowu j to spring wheat. Reports from the country are most gratifying, and with- in a -week by far the major portion of the .crop will be hi. lu conversation with G. W. Hcatiiershaw, yesterday, that gentleman said: "We finished seeding our wheat today. In all, we have about eleven hundred acres in, and expect to seed "five hundred acres of oats and the same of flax just as soon as possible. Conditions were never better for a good crop. The soil is in "splendid'shape for working, and the'seed will sprout just as soon as It is placed ground." 'Most of the other wheat barons of this section of the country tell the same story: Jenson Brothers have a j Dig Rang or man uiiu ltMuib Taki on their land, and, co-ild handle a large number moretif they were avail- able. There is a good demand for la- bor, several of the farmers reporting a scarcity. From Spring Coulee comes the opti- mistic information .that the farmers are the prospect? for a -f The fall wheat JS and the spring' wheat is nearly" all in the ground. The fall wheat in Afagrath is also In fine shape, and is showing up well. Thp trees are coming out in leaf, many of the gardens are up, and the, next ten days will see this town con- verted into a garaeu city, indeed. is a regrettable state of af- fairs existing in this town m legard to the coal situation. .It seems, next tD impossible to get a car of Lethbridge coal for love or money. While the local mines are working and.selling a considerable amount of coal, there is still a good demand for the Loth- bridge product. Mr Pinlayson, a lo- cal coal dealer, asserts that he hasn't car of Gall coal two weaks, and that all his effoitfa to get coal from Lethbridge are unavailing. This .is certainly not as it should ber und it is to be hoped it will soon be righted. A. .1.'Mercer, it .was reported in a former issue, hud been retained in the post office, -but this is evidently not the case. Mr. Mercer desires it'dis- tinctly understood that in no way connected with the office when ibis statement' was made. :He -did, however, remain to assist Mr. Ras- mn-3sen in becoming familiar with the accounts. Mr. Mercer has since been appointed weed inspector by the pro- vincial government, his district com- prising, the section of country be- tween Raley and the Pot Hole. He says a vigorous campaign will be wag ed by the Department of Agriculture this year, with a vtew to ridding the country pesi. While the De- partment is not -desirous, of making trcublo for any ;one, the regulations will have to be enforced, and the land Us the weeds are fast spread- ing over the province. It Is a source-of pleasure to. hear of .the success of Magratli boys at- tending college, .at.; various -parts of the country. Cyrus Fletcher, return- ed .this .evening from Toronto, where ho has been attending tho Hoy- of.Dental Surgeons, this be- ing his second year at that institu- .tiorit Mr. Fletcher headed his class last year in practical work, an-J feels confident of success in his examina- tion this season, although he has had no hint at the time of writing. He likea Toronto-very well, and is loud in his praise of the Toronto Univer- sity. Mr. Fletcher will return next fall. Another Magrath boy who is making good in his studies is Ljnn Gibb. This talented young1 man ia attending the Ungham Young university at Provo, Utah, and is now'credited with being oils oC ihe best vocalists in the State. He has perfected his voice to that degree that he recently sang m the great Mormon Tabernacle at Salt Lake, an honor which is appreciated by many of the world's greatest sing- ers. Mr. Gibb will return home short- ly to spend the summer with his re- will then go to New York to further pursue his studies along musical'linear under one of the "best tutors in that city. 'SLUGGISH BOWELS CAUSE HEADACHE DIZZINESS AND SICK, SOUR STOMACH No odds How bad your liver, stomach or bowris. how yoi head ache., how misomhle ami uncomfortable you arc from conaUpaUoii. 1 mllses- "011 WlIOMneBB ami aluggteh inteatlnos-yo.i always set the desired results no remedy lite this. A 10 cent box means health, nnpplnoss and a clear head foi months. No more daj.8 of gloom and distress it you will lake a Cascaret now and then. Don't forget the chil- little insides noed a good, gontle, cleansing, too. .Drug (tun WARM WEATHER CAUSING FRESHETS COLEMAN'S WATER SUPPLY AS RESULT LOSES MUCH OF ITS EXCELLENCE Colcman, May (JulmeUc lias been confined tn lii.s room 'since Saturday lasi, the resljlt of a ner- vous derangement. not of an iimniHliafcly critical nature, the mal- aily is attc'tnlnil with .serious discom- fort.. News of his speedy recovery will be welcome lo his many friends. During MIC absence of Rev. T.. M. Murray, Hie innnse is being occupied liy Mr. :I.PC and family. Tbc concert eiven last evening by Miss Grace lionner imiior tlie auspic- es of tlie C.K.D., was hot as well patronucd as its cu'cllcnce medlfdj Miss Homier is'an adopt in vcnlrilo-. ijuism and impersonation. Her. ven- rler.'ng of tlie drama "Esmctclda" was most creditable, as she did, the eleven various "Dra- matis Personal-" cwicerr.ed. Ibr reacl- liics were also well delivered, anil imii'li artistic linisli. It is iv- urctluble tiuiitfi ui SD I lilgli an order coilld'secuic only such a small attendance. Miss MacKinnon let( labt iiveiimq for Brooks, Situ., nheie she will in iulure reside She be greall) missed m Coil-man social circles The icc.nt n.irm weather has had the elicct of increasing the volume nl wafer in all creels and rivers llil" appaient antithesis is due 10 the In- creased mcliing of the snow on the mountains, DM stieams cle- live Uieir source The I'rrc.: creek, which supplies the town reser- voir, is gieath suollen by the fresh- et, and as a consequence Colcmon's supply of diinling water is not char- lcri7cd bv its usual flavor. Sailings' from Montreal Every Saturday for Liverpool, calling at Quebec May 11, June 8, July 6. June 15, July 13. 25, June 22, July 20 1, June 29, July 27. .S.S. LAURENTIC, S.S. MEGANTIC Largest and Flnett steamers In Canadian trade. Staunch' and steady. Excellent accommodations for all classes. MODERATE KATE SERVICE S.S. Teutonic and S.S. Canada carry one clnss (2nd) cabin only The best, these steamers afford at moderate rates, also-comfortable third-class two, four and Hix-beith rooms. For reservations, rates plans il- lustrated booklets, etc., apply lo rallwuy or (steamship agents or to I W. M. 333 Main Strict .Winnipeg. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) "In Wyoming" Friday and Saturday "In Wyoming" is the coming attrac- tion at the Majestic theatre on Friday and Saturday next. The piece is nof one of the familiar class, but is new m rlofind method of treatment. As a nile the cowboy of the stage gets a mite too sugy, but.not so with Bob nleketts. He is a real Hesb and blood character. He Is not of the powder- bunting kind, but nevertheless can get the readily as any fow- boy on the plains 'Mr. Mack, the au- thor of .the his vacations amuses liimself as a broncho busier on Ins ranch a few miles out of Cns per, Wyo., so ho is familiar with cow- boy life. The plo( of the play is a beautitill lesson, with Rood morals, and clearly shows the high price o'f virtue love .in Ihe west. The play is well worked out, ami the .company gives good effects in dramatic situations. The scenery, which the company carries, Is perfect in every detail and no expense has been spared to make (his one of the dramatic events of tho season. "The White Squaw" Coming .Dalla Clarko, author of tha romantic American drama, "The White to be seen at the Majestic theatre on Monday and Tuesday evening next, occupies the most unique position of any woman In the .theatrical world to- day. Not only IB slio the author of this and other plays, but she appears in the leading role of "The White directed every detail of tho elaborate production and is her own stage manager.' .Miss Clarko is said to bo the only woman anywhere who may claim the title of author-actor- director-stage manager, nnd yet, In the mlcist of all llnda time to Indulge herself In many of those little it THE OLD JJOOK-KISEPER ''jjf-. Quo of those clearly depicted blograph pictures that hold you in a grip of excitement until the last minirte.' turo proving In a convincing manner the old Cluirlty beginB at Home." MERELY A MILLIONAIRE A now liobo comedy, ovoi flowing with settings and extremely amusing situations ttiat will make your jaws ache wjtli hearty laughter. TUE REFORM CANDIDATE "Oh you comedy oil special interest to the Bring your .-.Ives, bring your sweet- hearts, and say nothing, WHO IN DOGGIE LAND An Added Attraction showing "The London Dog Show" in all its isplcndor. and sonic oF the best dogs in the world, at- tended by their aiistociatlc _ Majestic Theatre 2 Night. Only. FRIDAY and SATURDAY NEXT H.E. PIERCE AND. COMPANY Make Known "IN WYOMING" BY WILLARD MACK A beautiful reproduction of Western life and scenes bubbling over with comedy and occasional pathos; PRICES 25 cents to Special Saturday Matinee foibles, frills and fancies-always, dear to the heart of the womanly woman. Big Attraction at Star-land Starland is again-to the front'and secured a mid-week luogram consisting of four pictures of icely raricu nhicli J sio hound to please and satisfy every class nf is entitled "The Old und is a vivid picture proving m a manner the truth ot ttie old saying, "Chanty begins at l.'omii This one of those clearly depicted biograph favorites, that bold you in a of tcnse'ex-cirr mem until the minute. The SPC- ond picture is a hobo comedy entitled "Meiely a the scenery of which is remaikable and striking, and the amusing situations disclosed are enough (o give you the jaw-ache With hearty laughtei. Then ihere is anothel unique- comciiy entitled "The Kcform Candidate" which is hound o piwc a favorite with the sex If anyone has a wife or a sweetheart who is strong "on the "voles for women" subject, jusi- bring them to see tins picturp, is in conclusion there an added attraction belonging cxrius-' ively to .Starland, Limited, that is" bound to acceptable on'accounfc, of its novelty. This picture li en- "'to !r, and is a true portrayal of the fash- ionable "London Dog Show." This notable film clearly shows sorao the finest dogs in the world attended by theii aristocratic owners. The Morri. t management, announces for tp- liighFone hp" best features that i.as over been seen in this city. "-The Wedding" or MAItcr Fitly a feature has been ad-- vertiscd befoie ia this city, but never was shown, and Mr. Morris has bern fortunate enough to secuie this big attraction for tonight and ttcfmorroV night, and every lover of photoplays should nob miss tins opportunity of seeing this, beautiful, production., Thetc aie olhei good numbers the program J Sure they wear them out fast, for boys will be boys Out we studied the question, madam, and offer you shoes that are strong and well made just suited to the healthy pranks of your boy so -far as wear is concerned. They arc neat and smart on his give, him that clean "young appear-' ance makei you proud of him. COME IN AND LEr'ufc SHOW YOU A FEW OF OUR THE PRICES ARE, RIGHT Boy Scouts, Ahrens and Cote's THE- FOOT TOGGERY ;