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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May 10, 1912 THE LETHBBHX5E DAILY HERALD Page 13 Majestic Theatre To-night and To-morrow Night H. E PIERCE AND COMPANY Make Known IN WYOMING BV WILLAHD MACK A 'of Western llfo and scenes hubbllng with corned} and occasloual patboi PRICES'......... 23 ceiUs, j Matlnet Majestic Theatre B. SHERMAN, Miniger. PHONE Mon. and Tues., May 13 and 14 DILLA CLARKE'S AMERICAN ROMANTIC DRAMA 'Built upon Love, Romance, and L Heart [nterest A play'of-exceptlonal dramittc worth .Stage Settings that are Historically Correct Big Week-End Program (1) Scenes Among the Eskimos Instructive EdJ.-atlon.i (2) International Heart-Breaker A lively comedy. (3) Cowboy Life _ A Wattern Comedy (4) A Ginger Bread Cupid r Good Rich Comedy Doon Open at 7 p m., Prlcei 10 and 15 een'ti' Children1! Matinee Saturday SERIOUS RIOTS NEAR SCRANTON C Scrantonf Pa., 'May were perlous riots at Cajuga nune, of the -Lackawanna companv this morning Careigners among the mine workeis, omen and boys, attacked men going to work on the necessari repairs The local police tried to disperse the gath Thej_were attached and some badly beaten The Statp police to their aid--Guns were used freelj ana several were wounded, WILL INQUIRE INTO' 1 THE BLACK PERIL Capo Town, South Africa, May 9 H-Jn parliament today Premier Botha, fepljing to questions, announced that a, commission would be appointed to Inquire into the black peril." The government nan been forced- to tnke action by numerous assaults re- ported recently on white women. CITY AND JOJSTEICT MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conduced by FIOELIO) Tonight "In "In one of Ihe finest productions'of tlie present day, will be seen here at tho Majestic Theatre tonight. Perhaps not since "The Vir- ginian" has the stage been offered a hero at onco so human, so manly and BO irrefutable as Mr. Mack's "Bob Richards." The glorified cowboy has appeared in fiction and stage again with his sombrero and his wild antka with a six-Bhooter. The thins about Mr. Madk's that has appealed so forcefully, that he .is real, -lie is a man! He does some things that society (1068. not sanction as proper; but his instincts arc sound, his heart Is big, ho is generous and honorable, and a man to 'OK. trusted with: n-wo- man. He has lived the wild, element- al life of hie kind, but he knows and loves the better way when he sees H. "The White Squaw" Dalla, Clarke, author ol1 tho romantic American drama, "The White to be presented under the direction of John F. Sullivan at the Majestic The- atre on Monday and Tuesday has written a play not upon fact but she has drawn for ma- terial upon one of the most pictures- que periods of this country's hiitory. The scenes are laid In the forests of Michigan just a century characters are practically new'to the stage. The story has to do with two sisters who grow up each in ignorance or the other's being. One ot them Is reared by Indians and is made to be- lieve ihe is their own child. Fate throws th-a sisters together under con- dittonu romantic, dramatic and .appeal- ins, and it Is from this situation of :ender sentiment and strong heart in- tercst that typically American play hns been built. .At the-Mqrrii The programme that has .been se- lected, for this popular theatre for the week end is one that IB mire .he-most, The -selection' consists, of educational: arid 'instruct- pictures, 'aiao cowboy :life "in' the niid o of er good com edies.- .For Saturday the management las arranged a special programme :ar the matinee, and1' win expect a good turn out of the kiddies FRANK MAKES STRONG PROTEST AGAINST! MISLEADING INFORMA- TION BEING GIVEN OUT THE TOWN The-Henild Is In roceiiit of (he fol- lowing tetter.-from .1. McOownn, chairman of the council of the village or Frank: MAKES ATTACK ON OWN PARTY DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN CALLS SOME-MEMBERS POLIT.OAL GUERILLAS i Washington, May proposals such as. have not been grouped in any bill passed by the present stbslon ol congiess, ncrc regard 'o arllcle in Caltary adopted b Herald, re: position of affairs in the! tilc probably passed formally today the house in ve executive and judicial The estimated revenues Calgary nre SI, as agan-it lor last jear The estimated expendi- ture for 1912 is a-s against expenditures of IT last >ear and the rate of taxation' will he twehe mills A MaciYeil, of the Srolia Iron and Steel V.orks, is in tho citj from Glasgow Thte 13 Mr MacNeil's (irst usit through Western C'an ad a and is mosl enthusiastic about the magnificent opportunities of the country "Aon certamlj a fine stretch of countrj hern on the he said, "and all the boosting Nnng done does not to tell the possibilities It is a great coiintr} for >oung men Despite the competition of electric- it} the coat gas business of England is rapidly expanding. MARYLAND DELEGATES ARE FOR PRESIDENT TAFT Baltimore, Ataj is certain that 'resident Taft's frtendb will coiilrol' he State convention, which meets in his citv next Tuesday That cpiit-ol vas ms-de certain today by the, offi returns from Prince George c'dun- y, which showed the election of-'four 'a't the The olal tft President Taft's friends in the convention, Including timore Taft delegates, will be write such untrue and misleading statements; the fai-t of the matter is that there have only been two mer- chants leave.this town; one of them a jeweller, .who.i -previous to tho com- mission's report, had his business for sale; the other, a man in, the gro- because, having on- ly started here one month before the report regarding the mountain was published.'-he--was afraid to risk'giv- ing' credit. We realize the fact that i we have got to move, but when.we do it will be to our new townsite to the west of the present one, and as Frank been the central business town of tile Pata, there is no doubt on its new site it will be bigger and better than 'We are enclosing to you copy of resolution at a mass meeting of the citizens of .Frank held in the school'hall last evening." "That this meeting ot Ihe ratepay- er's of the village of Frank regret to notice'the incorrect and misleading article which appeared in the. Calgary Herald, of the 7th ins.t, with regard to tbe position of affairs in the vil- lage of Frank, the follow Ing in a, copy oi! the report of the delegates appoint- ed to meet the Hon. A. L. Sifton: "Your delegates .having had a meet- ing the Hon ilr Si'ton, at Cal- gars, Wednesday "Maj 1, at 3 o'clock, at which meeting the whole situation was fully discussed Jlr Sifton .has requested further information ne pro- dded in regard to ownership of build- ing, etc, and also the probable cost of moling same to new toniuite, this information Is now being prepared and will be sent to Mr Smon nho -will ment, jour delegates desire to on record thei" appreciation of the iiindH reflection accorded them by the Mon Mr Sifton" (Signed) W. J McGowan.'A'N Mouat, H Murphy, J Whiller, 'Woods" .The bill now proposes abolition the U. S. Commerce Court and. NEW NAME FOR ENGLISH TORIES London, May ond. reading of the Home Hule-dBill coincKted with the of .the word Conservative as the official designation of the Tory A conference the Liberal Unionist party today I'tfngUy ej a fas.on cf the .parties' under 'the title of Unionist Association" thus disappears CALGARY CAN'T HOLD TAX SALE Calgary, May. _ In the provincial and municipal legisla- tion governing .the city's right sell ropcrty -for tax arrears, have lignr, wh ch show that the city actuil ly .has no legal right to hold, a.'itax sale, and this means .that 'the ;city government has no method of compel- ling delinauents .to pay taxes START WORK pN HISTORIC PARK Queoec. Maj a delav years, (iwork on Battlefiel Park has been started in earnest. Th first step WOT taken bj the emploj ment c; a number of men on th Plaing of Abraham, who are engage in making readv the ground to ero coming from England Ontario and Montreal The Federal eminent th gum of last session toward the work, which Is to be during ihe present summer It wi' take three >ears to complete the u ol the licstoration to the Interstate Com- merce commission ol ail railroad re- gulalions, subject to appeal only to the U. S. District Courts. The creaton of a bureau ot foreign commerce with all the present powers of., the .'so-called, tarif board to be under 'the'.-'jurisdiction of the S3cretarj of comn.'erce and labor The new bureau would absorb tbe bureau of trade relations of the state department'and the bureaus of.-m.i factures and statistics of the depart- ment of commerce and tabor. Concentration of the distribution, ol public documents' of which millions annually from Washington in tlic government printing office. After a.hitter .fight .the house de- feated a proposal of the committee in charge of the bill to abolish the mints at San Francisco, New Orleans -and Carson City, .and the Assay Offices at. Boise, Idaho; Charlotte, N. C., Deadv.-ood, S. D.; Helena, Mont.; attic" Salt Lake. City. It also relused to. abolish the :position of deputy commissioner of light housa service and on this latter Speaker Clark joined with the opposition to the compnttce The defection in democratic ranks caused an outbreak in the closing hours'of the. which lasted un- til late at night The house under tf misapprehension, had' jtist repudiated the comiultiss rcpolt on' the 'clause nrmnrlmjr ihp rnjirpntrahon In sending out oi public documents by adopting an amendment excepting the agricuUuia! reports Chairman Fitzgerald arose in a chamber crowd- ed with a cheering, hooting crowd. ll sal he-said, ''and haSe seen certain distinguished mem- bets of my own party to BANK CLEARINGS INCREASE The bank clearings for the week-ending yesterday were }li83 ISO 62, as compared with for the. correspond- ing reriod last year Try a, Cigarette Craven Mixture tobacco has been immor- Barne in his "My It has held ihe undying affection of pipe-smokers (he world over for rnore than half a century. And today this special blend for cigarettes .is held in equtlly high esteem by smokers of Graven Mixture A of chotcvtt and Virginia cut, prepared in Jtfirtnt fnm or Virginia dgffetltj And all the exquisite enjoy- the delightful ro- the 'ever afforded is yours in every cigar- ette of "Craven" mike. Try Al Any GoW 10 for 15 cMta-Pay M More CAMIAAS A MAMCtAPfVS Or CANADA, I.lMITtD MONTREAL, QUIBCC iulc committee Working mt-ercsts-of economy and for n the tire carrying out of party's plertgas to that end, forsaken tha1 committee, and if defeat is the pai- ly's portion in November they will he responsible Seeing .Fitzgerald's remarks a veiled attack on Speakei Clark, republican memtcrs deserted that side ot the chamber and around bini. No names were mentioned, howcier, ami although the Speaker if AND YOU DON'T SEE THESE EVERY DAY THE Grand National 1912 A magnificent picture of this famous sporting event, shoeing a splendid Held, splendid weather and a splendid race won'by the veterim oltl steeplechaser This Is a new film and the photography-is perfect, .clearly depicting this biggest cross cpuntry race in the world, the stiffest course of, 4 1-2 miles, which is a seveie test of endurance'for both man'and "horse. THE DTJDE COWBOY: been safer inside with 'drawn" you laugh as you never laughed before. This will mike 'GOOD, AS: USUAL BUCHAN'S 'l.pO Slalei' Hlioos in and Oxford cuts are lenders for quality WHAT TO DO RIGHT NOW Practical by W. J. Glasi, the Famous Wheat Grower of lead. Alberta, who WHC Second the New York Show Contest, Designed to Educate the Farmers on the Requirements of the Present Time. for the Inter national Dry-Farming Congress Bul- letin, Dry-Farming.) Jn answer to your inquiry as to what to do on the farm right now, I will say is time to get busy and Work, get our seed into the soil (especlallv wheatlr go be'matured-before the We should letter writing and studying during the win- ter months Nevertheless, I -sill give a. few hints as to how I -work im land to prepare a seed bod aiid presene the moisture, and also my opinion us regards the best uericda to sow differ- ent cereals v 'D We all know that practically no fall plowing was done last year, fore our land has either to be plowed this spring, or just disced and.diilled. On account of a short time, and so much work to be done, and plow- Ing taking longer than discing, the question ans-es, is it necessary to plow or will discing do7 f Plow Every Year I am a firm believer in plowing ever} year, except on new land which taa onlv had one crop taken from it and is not well rotted Land in this condition and clear" {free from weeds) hurried in from his office during could-be disced a couple of times and aitack he took no notice ofnluhile Mr. denounced the demo- crats who lotcd against their com- mittee as "pohticaj guerillas WILL OF THE LATE GEO. WRIGHT PUBLIC Gives Eleven Thousand to Public of Titanic Disaster Halifax, Maj will of. the late George Wright of Halifax, who in the Titanic disaster, is [wbhshed The figures provide for mymenU ot Irrespective of nny surplus Of the total goes :o chafilv. Mr. Wright's residence on Young avenue, valued at Is eft to the Ipeal.coiincil of women, of vhicb Mrs' William Dennis, proprie- ,or of the Halifax Herald, as presl dent, to be used as expressed in the will, as a headquarters in carrying out their work- a'nd' assisting suppres: sing evils such as he has been writing ibout.and trying to put.down. .The to churches, philan" hroples and enterprises lor the pub- ic good In addition amount fo The balance'of his estate is divided among his relatives, among whom are Harry, Bennett, of Toronto, who gets Thomas .Wright, of To- onto, George Wright, city ingincer o-? London, .Ont., itrg. John Fraaer, Halifax1, a sister, and Mrs. Daniel Johnstons of JInneapolis, n sister, The ex- icutors are W. It. McCurdy and Geo, 5rahi; Halifax, and George Wrig'ht, .oiidoii, a nephew. The will was executed in London he day before Mr Wright sailed on he Titanic. seeded with fairly good results, al- thoqgh, as a rule, one does not get as large a yiehl Immediately afte1' plowing use the pacKei, in? If Tne sooner after nlawlng the better Thl3 is to keep the land from drying out, Tf you haven't a packer, use a float, if you haven't a float, a disc A float is a simple affair made by bolt- ing four, five or atx 2x10x14 or 10 planks together, letting the second lap the flrst, and so on until you get the requhed size Of course, if .you find'your; float'is not enough, you can weight It land, well, old iron or anything will' do .Methods of Cultivation Now, HE to the cultivation after packing or floating before drill- ing, all depends on condition of thai soil H very ]nmp5, disc, i2 harrow will do It should be vated until no lumps remain bigger than a hen's egg would, not in anv case advise us-f mg am implement after Deeding that Ieavc-3 the surface ..of the ground, smooth, as this aids evaporation, and also leases the land powdery, v and wind Is hkelj-jto the j( i As to the time of I bellere from in May it is safe, to oat3 or until the May. v. Land that I had not that T would Rummer 'allow. prV1 t1: fer to sow my oats and barley the last, week In April or tbe first week May and be through seeding by 15th v t Summer Fallawiifg J Just a word about faummer fallow. Do noi leave jour summer (allow too late, but plow in By leavtngi grow they take plant food and moisture from the soil. _. Be sure and treat your grain for smut. I treat with formalin, at the rate of ouo pound to 35 of water, I have never had any smut, but I treat as a preventative. ir your grain is smutty, make your volution stronger follow Is to pour 4 or 5 gallons of "gram m a wagon box, sprinkle wfth ordinary garden sprink- ler the solution over" the grain_and stir until' k-ernela are all shovel, to the ot box, Hhen lot, and Vo ;pn Cover up with a canvas for a couple Of 'lit Haul the wagon out to the1 Held and fill the drill from the wagon THE JOB IS Ottawa. Maj FOR A LAWYER thote mentioned as possible of Judge Mabee, as chairmah of the Rail- way Commission, arc Judge Riddell, Mayor Gear} Sh- Thomas Talt, Judge Lennox, Ljncti SUn; ton, K.C., and M. K Cowan, K C down with stones Oh1' I forgot, noh law provides that the chairman must many tarmers have stones'on their' be a lawyer ANCELS CHARTER OF 8TEREOTYPER8' UNION O, May Freel. of ic International Stcrcotypers and Union, yesttrday look raatlc action against members of je, local stereolypera' union, who quit pork in sympathy with the newspa- er men. Freel and his. associate embers of thn nxec.utiva nnunail nf IA, International Union -for in ally can- ailed the charter of the local union, ecnusc the men refused to return to ork as ordered by Frcel. Ice Cream, Light Lun- ches, Afternoon Teas, Good Music, at ROCHON'S On Saturday Afternoon tbe Orchestra will give the following program: f March Bohemians Selection Chocolate Soldier Waltz -.....Delores Idyll.......Fire Flies Selectipn Miss Nobody from Starland Valse......- Reuie March.....Oeep Purple ;