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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May Jo, TOE LETHBRIDGE liAILY HERALtf SEEDING IS NEARLY FINISHED IN THE SOUTH WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PICTURES YOU WILL WANT TO SEE A SECOND i TIME TNT TrTVTE FftK VHFSS' A "108t picture dealing wJth two rival reporters. Both xii AAJ.TIJJ M. A J.WJKJKJ Ulo. the photography nro novel unil parfcot. .Thle Is, one of tlioao .rare films tlmt aroiiBO Intorest from tlio-very elrirt, IUH! one thut will take "top honors" in any pro. gram 'ttntl. give entire satisfaction. "sumiy a slow from or but ono o end. Please Keep on the 'THE and SCHMIDT TiOTTT Tho oiyiimixjj J1VJUJ tho full and- is a series of big hearty toughs from beginning t Mat and N A Biting. BUKGLAR1 A C0'n8dy tl'uo tlle word. "YOU win 'when you see it, and laugh when you get to hod. Wo don't often. nave pleasure of seeing a comedy of this- .class. "Oh, You Fathcr-ln-law." WATCH THIS SPACE CLOSELY ON IT WILL PAY YOU. ALEXANDRA HOTEL W..J.: J. H. LEE, Manager STRICTLY EUROPEAN, J1.00 UP BEST APPOINTMENTS, TELEPHONES, BATHS, ETC. FIRST CLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION OPEN FROM a.m. to p! m. BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON FROM "12 to CENTS When in Lethbridge stay at the Alexandra. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Tailored Clothes 'In "Male Attire" Tailored Clothes you get the utmost' for your money, in shapeliness, distindion, and down-right You get your money back if you entirely satisfied. v Could you ask more x Come in and let us prove it. If you are looking for exclusive Clothes we eomething thai the other fellow cannot give you, Get potted before you buy. more. 287 BinPATH. CASH TAILORS AND; CLOTHIERS Ave, South, Hull Block, Lethbridge BABY BORN 'AFTER .DEATH OF MOTHER New York, Hay world's first boy to be born after bis mother's death Is now in Fordham hog pital, full of vftality and apparently destined to a long life. By a Caesar- ian child was.delivered ten minutes after the mother had died of apopiexj, and the boy weighed and one-half pounds. Tho case is aaid ,by physicians to moat startling, as showing' that life perafal-3 in the organs following death. The Great McEwan Tonight Why go to the theatre and pay to cry'over some, drama when you 'can'go to see the Great McKwnn and his company and laugh till your sides ache for.SOc. McEwen, the great laugh producer and health promoter will be here at the Majestic for four nights, com- mencing Wednesday, .May 15th, and comes with the most flattering en- lorscmcnts ever given to. a Magician or UypnotisC After a two months' engagement in New York, ten weeks in Chicago, six weeks in tiostoh three .weeks' in Now Orleans, there-must he some truth in the report that McEwen is the fore- most Hypnotist in the world and, presents the smartest, and most unique entertainment on the stage to day. At the Morris When this, popular theatre adver- tises a features-oil can.-always resl assured you are going to see some- thing extraordinary good as was the case again last night, when the 13 uai Cheyenne Gowhuy anii- ImH Frontier 1911 Celebration was'shown in three reels, displaying .marvelous horsemanship ot skill .and daring The two ladies, Miss.Goldic -St. Claiue and the Prairie Rose of Oklahoma, who take an acthe part in this big production, aie the lady champion hronco husters of -the'" world..-. These pictures arr full of tliulling scenes and different times broncos arc seen to buck over high board fences and in many cases were lUnol for the cleverness" of the cowboys they would lie crushed to death! .Too much couldn't be said of this gieat feature, but the best advice is. to see it for jouiself tonight .when they will he shown for the last time m this city. A Good Shower ol' JRain Would bo Welcomed It is Predicted Seeding. In Southern Alberta is a moat over for this year. Such, at an rate, is tho conveyed i the reports from the funning dtetrici in the Lethbridgo vicinity. There i 'probably ''ninety-five per cent, or th spring wheat, needing finished. Muo of. the oat and other coarse grai: crops urie already seeded, while fla is being and will bo unti June 1. That, in a nutshell, ia about tho os tent of tho crop report at. this time The outlook in for a prosperous sea son, "und the runners, while anxious are happy. The one thing needed throughou the at the present time, it> rain. Not that .the croits are suffer ing -for rain, but simply 'that a rain would give the crops an impetus and make the spring outlook safe. Probably, however, it is the farm ng- fraternity themselves who wani rain, almost, as much as the crops. A good, soaking rain, for a day would a. confidence which would be l welcome, and would 1m ve a hen eficial effect on .'business of ever> line. The condition of 'the winter wheat in. the country was never better for the time of the year. A preponderat- ing percentage of this crop came winter in good condition, and -got an early start, so that the ields, are now green and healthy. looking. .The acreage is much less than last year, probably by fifty per cent. However, this crop ig not. hurt- ing, for rain, and: would not suffer If no rain came until June. early crops, especially the: spriugwheat "is also making a good start, an-d is now past the stage where rain is necessary to force it ahead. The amount of moisture in the- ground, which' the roots of the spring wheat are now down far en- ough to reach, will carry this ci op along for some weeks yet. The only suffering fiom lack of ram will be to- the late spring crop .which has durhig the pas two weeks tar little of this' ha appeared above ground, and it ia fc the benefit. the. later grain that th why 'anyone Bhotild worry. Thos who have been watching it ho mov IlVOntS Of tliu uiirGfiiuttjr' uUP'Tig :tii pn.st cbnplo of days, jxredict a hoav rain within a short time.' The? mo cury IB gradually falling, >ahd all.-li til cut Ion a are toward a wet spell 1 ing some time. Tho, hot weather o thq past few'days Is, also indl.cativ of this change. There Js one part of the dlatrlc whore rain IB not necessary' nou nor will it he for some time. That'! the Cardstou community. The heav rain aixl snow of the early sprinj, which kept the farmers ofMhe Ian in the forepart'.of th-e season, Js.no showing what it. is worth; to the coui try. .Every crop Is coming along ain azingly, and'there no need of ral; until June. Farmers who are prone to be peas! mlstlc, and afraid that the spring wil be dry. to the detriment of. the crops should remember that the rainfall o last year was six inches over the average of the past .ten years. -Mos this surplus rainfall came during the letter months of 1912, and this moisture conserved in the ground, Is now showing its good effect. Generally the outlook is fine. While the acreage will riot be GO large as crop last there, will be that much less acreage to handle during the, harvesting sea son, which will aid greatly In getting ;he crop ready for the market during .he early fall months when gocti wea- .her is to be obtained. MISS HYSSOP IS NOW A B. A. now. .Howevoivthere.Jsii.no cause o.f.worr as yet, According weather 'of "other year's, the rainy season doe not set in until after the middle May. There is no reason, therefore PREMIER MURRAY RESIGNS OFFICE High-Class Telephones and Construction Materials make the highest- grade telephones on the market. We guarantee them against defects in material and workmanship for 10 years. We handle everything in high-grade equipment and construc- tion materials. We ship promptly. Write for Price List. Also send 'for a copy of our No. 3 Bulletin Tt contains the latest inform- ation on how to hnild, equip and maintain rurai telephone lines. At the same time ask for par- ticulars about bur Free Trial offer, which enables any. municipality or company to test, try and judge the efficiency 'of our telephones investing a dollar. Canadian Independent Telephone Co, .Limited ,1863 DUNCAN STREET, TORONTO t, BUT RETAINS SEAT IN CABINET- POLITICAL CHANGES IN AUSTRALIA Melbourne, Australia, John Murray, Premier of the province of Victoria, and Chief Secretary, has resigned the premiership. He will're main, however, a minister under Hon. W, A. Watt, Slate Treasurer, who now assumes the premiership. Other chnn- ea.in the re-organization of the .Cab- inet, are contemplated, .The Victorian ministry determined upon a further scheme of attracting Americans to the State. The govern? ment have' Instituted in the Canadian papers advertising matter setting forth the advantages of- the country and the resources thereof, in the hope of attracting settlers to that pairt 'of !.he Commonwealth. In addition to this advertising campaign, n promin- ent representative has been id at Vancouver, and later a slmila; office will be opened in Chicago ;he same object in uew. Hon. John Murray, whcso reaigna- Ion o" tho premiership of Victoria is renounced, threatens a libel action igainst The Age, a newspaper of Mel- tourne, -for stating that he (Murray) would have retired from the premier- ship earlier in the year, if jnibllc out- cry hod not prevented him from tak- ing the office of Agent'-General in Lon- don. Cadillaqua Cadillaqua (pronounce It Kadil-akwah) celebrates the founding of'Detroit by Cacjillac. It is to be whole world's fair crowd- ed into a, week, July 22 to 27th. H is going to show tho world that Detroit is niore 'than the igreatest automobile city on-earth. JneideniljY we would like to shake hands.'with yon at the front door of the factory which built nine- tenths of all the adding machines now in Burroughs Wding Mlna Co. Hfggins, Sales Manager, 317 Kennedy St., Winnipeg Man, GALT CALLS REV. MR. WOOTTEN Gait, Quarterly Offi- cial Board of the Ansllo Street. Moth- odlflt Church has extended a unani- mous call to llov, Frank M. Wootten, Stratford, lo become their pastor at the'expiration of (he term of Rev, A. J. wlUcli expires in June, 1913. HERE WE ARE Ready, willing and able to serve you, K. L. IttcKenzie Co, Next Royal Bank LETHBR1DGE YOUNG LADY GRAD- UATES AT UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA Strathcona, May. degrees onfeired by the University of AI- lerta this year include the following: Passed for the degree of B. Sc. in Ralph Carlton. FOURTH YEAR Honors (Subjects Arranged Alphabetically) (1) In Albert Edward, Summa Gum Laude. (2) In James, Summa Cum Laude; McCall, Francis; Stacey, Summa Cum Laude. (3) Jam Summa Cum Laudo; Mitchell, Thomas, Summa Cum Laude. THIRD YEAR (1) In M Blanche Cum-Laude. Medal. the Alexander Came on Rutherford gold medal in Englial Oltewoll; Albert Edward, the Charl Alexander Stuart gold medal in Cla .ica. University Scholarships Boaomworth, Hubert .-and Rosfor Richard, equal, Arts, firs year. v MacDonald, Stewart, Applie Science first year. Not awarded, Alberta Women's Ai sociation Scholarship. Prizes Holmes, George Henry, Latin prize McCall, Francis Stacey, Ebiglis Bible prize. Harmon, Harold Malcolm, Euglis! Composition prize. PaEvied for the degree of M; Dyde, Walters Farrell. Passed for the degree of. M. SC.T- Robinstin, Decima Eveline. Passed for the degree of B. In Honor Courses, arranged in alpha eticnl 'rancfs Stacey; Mitchell, Edwin Tho nas; Ottewell; Albert Edward. Passed for the degree of- B, A (In General Courses, arranged In al phabeticnl Ethe Cameron; Cairns, Laurance Yeomans; Carr, Albert Lee; Thomas Collins, Drjsdale, James Roy; Hys- Elizabeth; Ketlyls, George Alva; Lloyd, Mary Misencr, George David; Ruttan, Stella Edna; Waggett, John McPhail; White, Julius George; Wilson, Agnes! Kath- leen, STOP LOOK You i' Last Ohanco The 1.3th Annual Oheyciuie Cowboy Cele- hniUon in Three Iteels v A Heal Broncho Busier Show Miss Goldie St. Claire and The Prairie Itosc Okliilioina, tlie Pamous skilJed lady broncho busters. Absolutely .the .Broncho Busting and' Bucking Oontesls hi (he World. Mr. White, tho Sweet Voiced Baritone Singer Boon Open at 7 p.m. "prlcei 10 cents ind 16 cintt' Majestic Theatre TO-NIGHT THE GREAT McEWEN. 1 KING OF ENTERTAINERS Master Magician, Mintl Reader and Hypnotist. a com- pany of capable associates. The funniest show on the road Prices 25 cents and 50 cents Special Matinee Saturday 15c 'and 25c. SEATS.ONi-SALE'AT.'ROCHON'S ICE CREAM PARLORS or UTAH DEMOCRATS ARE UNPLEDGED Salt Lake City; Utah, May only restriction iinposad.iipon the slx- :een delegates to tho con- rention, each with a vote, by tho Democrats of Utah, in State convention yesterday, is that 'they shall support a progressive candidate in a progressive .platform. An effort inailo .resolutions :ommitt-3R to commit the delegates to .he presidential candidacy o-? Wood- row Wllaon .oumuiaih'ied but two Remit Money ly Bank Money Orders, Money Orders issued by the Union Bank of Canada for sums up to cost only from-jc to 150, according to amount. They ire payable anywhere in Canada (Yukon aad in principal United States cities. Money sent in this way is as safe as if you handed LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, G. R. TINNING A. B. KING) Act'g. Managtrl g. Mtnagerl 'LONDON, ENG., BRANCH. w. 51 Threidncedle, SI, EjC. _ I ASDE, C. HABTSMITH, PURE PAINT You boy {Mint tp toft vanttge whtn you get M-lf Piint, bceauM it little much aaiiica. l Savu rtmAy te> aot neccsury.lor pawible ii cfisas Sanderson Hart i- Uu Hart NEWFOUNDLANDER DEAD Montreal, May death oc- urred on Satuwlay evening at the oyal Victoria hospital of ex-Judge A Seymour, cr! Harbor Grace, New- >undjand, ono of the most prominent len of the ancient colony. Judge Seymour was 57 yeara of ,age, and leaves a widow at Harbor Grace, THE QUEBEC ELECTIONS Montreal, May general elections are in progresn to- day, With fine weather a good is heing polled. ONSTIPATp, BILIOUSNESS, COATED TONGUE, HEADACHE OR BAD, STOMACH -NEW DOCTORS OF Winnipeg May the conven- tion of .Manitoba university today, the degree of Doctor of Law conforr- eil on Daiiiot Jfcliilyrc, suncrintcndent of Rohools. and Rov, II. C. Johnstonp, nwislnnt librarian of the Winnipeg Turrcd Tongue, I3ad Twlo, Indigestion, Sallov Skin and Miwrablc hea come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your Homach become filled with undigested Avhlch sours and fermen-ts like a swill barrel. That's the tirut stop toward untold il gasos, bad breath, yellow fakin, mental feari, everything 'that ii horrible d nauseating." A CaacareL tonight will Ktraightan you out by box will Keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and take a Casccre-t now and then to keep Etoiimch, liver and regulated and never know a miserable moment. Don't forget the chil- llttlo insidee need a good, too, occasionally. ;