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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, MASQUE! you cannot judge of herbeaucy untiWhfe tke should -not judge the Chocolates the box alone. .charm, of Neilson's 'is ;iin the the difference IS. CHOCOLATES THAT ARE DIFFERENT" T H B 'tBt H BRIDGE DA1T.T H EH ALP PAGE THREE If it lia.d not been fur the strenu- ,us and unliriug efforts on behalf of lie CardstKi lire department, there. night not have been a (.'srdslon lo- "oii Sunday inoniini; lire broke put in lire store of U. a iUtcher and spread -to a Chinese res- ahrant close by. The high winds ;-iuscd Ihe lire lighters miidi anxiety for a time, but. they were assisted in their admirable work by ihc line up- to-date gravity water system which a continuous high pressure stream of water. Tbe Woods shop WES burned to the ground and was a total loss, but the Chinese shop was saved witli a portion of the stock. David H. Elton, who spent the week-end in the Temple Ciiy, brought the news in this morning. -Mr. Elton slatcK that the 'country around Uaymoml and Jlagnilli was Messed with a fine shower on Saturday, with w a the result 'that' the farmers very jubilant. all The Bow-.Island.Gas, Oil and De- velopment company is making rapit strides and'Will soon have a bit in action on their lease near the gas citv. A party of Bow island boost- ers' were in Calgary yesterd deal whereby some-of the most prom Gould Not Walk Jntii "Fruit- a-tives" Completely Cured Him CHATHAM, OUT., April 3rd. 1913. 'I am a veteran of the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny, volunteering from the Royal Artillery into the Royal Engineers, and served under Lonl Roberts during the Indian Mutiny, and urn pensioner of the British Govern- ment. Fierce hand-to-hand fighting anil continual exposure, left me a great suf- ferer from Rheumatism, so much so that my legs swelled tip, making it impossible for me to walk. My bowels wore so cons- tipated that I only had one passage a wee.k until I got to using They cured me of both the Rheumatism, and Constipation. In my regular employ- ment, I wall: thirtymilcs aday and enjoy perfect health. No more Rheumatism or Constipation. You are at perfect lib- erty lo publish this letter if it -will be advantageous to GEORGE VMLKER Don't tuffer with Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago or Neuralgia all this winter. Take "Fruit-a-tives" now and be fres of paiu. a DOT, 6 for or trial size, lie. At all dealers or tent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivel Limited, Ottawa. Empress Shows Pathe's Weekly It would be a difficult task to ferret out the feature part of the E'mpress program for today, for it is an all- featiire offering; Faille's as usual causes incnt Calgary promoters may become I raany remarks to be passed on its holders ol a large share of the stock. merit -when it comes to getting 'there' ii- IT f.Jni'ntt Drill- W. H. .Blcklci o! the Northwest Drill- ing company, Calgary at the present time arranging drilling con- tracts, ami Mr.' Brown, a familiar figure in pow Island gas fields, is ar- ranging1 contracts ior the erection of derricks. J. Geroux; an old timer in '.he California aSd'- .Mexico oil fields, and builder of several of the bur- oil tanks- jn Wyoming, passed ihroiigh the' i-.i'ly' Saturday to take up erertion of stor- age, tanks in-'tilVOkotoss field. Chicago, May 26. V-'Although the wheat market upward slant .today the advance vwas not held ex- cept for May, in which trading lack- ed volume. Cables'afforded the basis for the temporary up-lutn. The fact, however, that, European crop advices .were less that the Eu- ropean visible supply had fallen oft, proved insufficient lo overcome the influence of the flattering outlook tfor lire domestic harvest. After opening unchanged to t higher, prices for de- ferred option receded to slightly be- low last night's level. Continued dry weather'and increas- ing complaints of damage .gave strength to oats. Profit taking by longs served somewhat to check the lulls. ing the morning the market was dull, with .some support qnd notwith- standing the weakness in corn and better American crop sup- port was in eVfilencb as influenced by the Continental.demand, fav- orable development of the European crop promise. At p.. m. 'the undertone was lower, France The weather .generally shows ail improvement with bene- ficial rains. Buenos easier-id. lower with lowered foreign bids. 1 -BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, May 27.-Wheat opened with pressure of realizing -J to Jd. lower, influenced by weaker Ameri- can cables, pressure of ilahttoba of- fers and the decline at Winnipeg. In- dian oliers were larger and Russia continues-to offer more freely. Dur- WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET AVinnipeg. JMay .were) light at the Union Stock Yards on Tuesday owing to the holidays, and trading consequently quiet. Prices being unchanged, as compared with end of last week, and no prime cattle on. offer. Quotations to S7.SO for choice steers; ?li.lO to 56.35 for choice heifers. Tho ,hog market is firm and choice are quoted 57.35 fed and watered. Other Quotations unchanged. GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, May ,t Batch- elor, cattle report average supplies and trade firm. Scotch steers are quoted at He to 16c; Irish at 13c to 15c, and bulls at 11 to 13e. MACLEOD NEWS Macleod, accordance with the bylaw passed last year stores'of Maclcod vifi be closed 'every Wednesday afternoon the months of Juiie, July and -August. It was only the calmness of the evening ami the absence of all wiu'd that saved a the residen- tial district from destruction, the other uiglit 'when a barn, at the rear of -W.. Thiel's residence-find owned by Peard was gutted by the-exter.t of beiris'done! Tbe brigade under the captaincy of Chief Lambert rendered prompt assistance, but tho lire was 'welt under way, tlio Ilamos having worked rapidly ami the hay and oats before tbe alarm was- sent in. Sitting as a court of revision yes terday afternoon, Mayor Stedmim and Councillors Fuwcett, MauDoaasl., Dicltson and Swinarton -heard appeals for some four hours .yesterday against property assessments. The appeals were numerous but with some small re-adjustments the assessment, was confirmed. The party of Winnipeg business men eu route through Alberta on theli snnua'! tour of inspection spent all hour in ..Macleod at noon land "w accompanied in their peregrinations around town by JIayor Stedman and Publicity Commissioner .Moffatt; REBELS WANT TO BE..REPRESENTED Washington; .-May ire Constitutionalists here took steps to re-open tti) fiueSfioii of representa, lion at'the Niagara mediation confer- ence. Dr; Morse's Indian Root Pills arc last the right medicine for the When they are constipated their kidneys are out of order over-indulgence _ in some favorite food gives them indigestion Morse's Indian Root wifl quickly and surely put them rwht. Purely vegetable, they neither sicken, Guard your children's health by keepinr a box of Dr. MWM IndiM Root Pills in TheyM first Pathe's always does it, and some of the latest events of interest are depicted on Uie Empress screen for tbe .first time in Lethbridge. Another feature is the intensely hu- man and gripping story "Children, of the written by John Aldine and staged by the popular-Vitagraph play- ers including Edith. Storey, Ned Fin-, ay, James Morrison and Jack Har- -ey..; This is a two-part film portray-j ng how the hatred engendered by the! rarentB-'is imparted to their .children, j hrougli the marriage of r. son 'and I daughter of the opposing -families, and-1 they succeed ia burying the fa in- ly feud forever. Hall and. .two English 'who have proven so pop- 'will appear" tonight for the last It-is "worth the price of admis- sion alone to see the typical east end the land we read about in the [laving .headlines..... It would'be difficult to imagine a better feature program than the one offered by the Empress management this week. NEW VAUDEVILLE ACT Fontaine and Edna A Great Act by these Clever-Contortionists that' will surprise and please you. Drama Starland The Relic fell Concert Orchestra GRAND FEATURE COMEOY The Chicken Chaser ITS A KEYSTONE lOc 15c it it IN HEABT OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE " of Solid Contort" ihecenbc of aiinw-tteatres nhdBtorcs on Ixith silica. Building marble. EUROPEAN per With JJT -P The Okotoks Oil Go. Ltd. The above company made an issue of shares last week at ten cents per share, which was fully subscribeci, by Thursday evening. We sold shares to Lethbridge clients at the authorised issue price of ten cents per share ne Co. CANCER Positively Cured Without the use of the Knife NO, CURE, NO PAY. For .Information apply to MISS E.. PRILLAMAN, BOW ISLAND v 't HOUSE MAY RISE EITHER JUNE 4 OR 11 Good Vaudeville at Starland Tonight If there is a liner, more wholesome or more enjoyable motion picture fea- ture iroduction than "Tile frankly, Starland lias not heard of it. 'The Relic" is a beautiful play in two parts, "which was produced under the personal direction of Thos. Ince, the recognized peer of all photoplay directors. Telling as it does a gripping love story full of human sho'wins as it does many tense and excitins becomes one of the'tew and far -between plays that grip you hard right at the start, hold your interest every minute, make you shake with laughter, or thrill with emotion. There will also be shown on this feature bill at Starland tonight one of the best and funniest Keystone funny films ever produced. This groat Keystone entitled "The Chicken Chaser" will contain just enough pa- thos you from laughing your- self to death. Ottawa. May is expect- ed that the Houso will pro- rogue either on June -Kb. or June ,11th. Fontaine and Edna will be seen a complete new act tonight These two clever artists have already shown the Lethbridge public that they have a class of vaudeville acts which are very much superior to the majority of so called headline acts which are ffered in this country. Tho conlor- work done ly tills clever team s simply marvellous, while the sing- is ami dancing more than pleases 11 who witness it. Taking all in all tonigiH's bill at tarland is one of the best and strong- si ever offered in Lethbridge. For nursing mothers Na-Dra-Co Laxatives offer the important advant- age that thej' do not disturb the rest of the'system or 'affect the child. sjc. n box at your Druggist's. FRECKLES Don't- Them With a Veil; Re- move Them With The Othine Prescription This prescription.for the removal.0! freckles was written by a prominent physlciun and ia usually so successful in removing freckles and giving o clear, beautiful complexion that It is sold by druggists under guarantee to re'uiKt'the money It it fails. Uon't hide your' freckles under a veil' set ounce of. othine and re move tihem. Even the first tew appll cations should show .a wonderful Im of tho lighter ft-eck les vanishing entirely. Be sure to nsk'llip dntgsls'i. for 111 double strength 'othine; it Is this tha I Is sold on the mliney-back guarantee 3. Co., Limited. CMPRESC 10c-lSc J Hall and Menzies ENGLISH VAUDEVILLE See the Typical East End Suffraciette-_______ Pathe's Weekly The Best Picture Film of Cur- rent Events being "ChUdren of theFued" A GRIPPING DRAMA' Dyspeptics Warned by >rof. Rkgel, vybrld'Famoui Author- ity on Stomach Diseasee, Points Out Lurking Danger Franz .of Clinica Medicine in the University cf GiesEen, pronounoerl the world's greatest autli- jrlty on diseases of the -stomach, uakes the positive statement that pepsin must not be used In treating acidity o[ the stomach. Millions or. icopie are taking all sorts of dyspeyj- iia, tablets liecsiuse they ccntain pep- in which affords slight temporary re- ief. But every dose coatributes to serious harm In time. Wat is need- T is something to neutralize .the ex- cess acid. The best thing for that mrpqse is ordinary bisuratcd mag- nesia! You can get it at any drug store for a few cents. Take a tea- spoonful in a quarter glass of water after each meal. You will get ate and complete relief with no dan get or bad after effects. Authorities agree that acidity 1s the cause of near- y every form of stomach disorder, and if not checked it is likely to lead :o stomach ulcers and cancer. CONTRACT AWARDED FOR IDIVISIONAL BUILDINGS; AT SMAUNAVAN, 8ASK, 1 -Winnipeg, Hay W. Sharp and Son, general contractors, hava been awarded the contract'by the Canadian -racinn 'Railway Jor the construction of the divlsloaal'bulld- Ings at Empress, Alberta, in Swift Current-Basaano extension, and' at Shaunavoh in the WeyDurn- Lethbridge extension. This means an expenditure of at each of these places and :the erecHon of tho following buildings: Sta- lion, round house, boiler house, freight shed and coaling plant. Work on the buildings will .08 started at once. Arbor. Reward In the .Toronto Saturday. Night; is- sua of May 23, -there appears a. full account of theiproceedlnss at.'Hender- son Park on Arbor Day, wliicli1 is-very nattering to the promoters .of -'citi- zen's beau'tifyins and to the city. FARMERS! Important Announcement! We aro the repiefcentatlvea for the Southern Part of the Proy Inco o" the OL.D RELIABLE FARMERS' MUTUAL HAIL INSUR- ANCE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Organized in 1893, in business 21 years, with a rccout second to none -The oldest and farmers 'hail association, on Continent Most liberal adjust ment, no charges out for threshing or Harvesting or marketing, also full privileges foi arbitration of losses If you Imo acrof- to .insure yon it to yourself to iee us The rate is the lovest wo have known ,11 our exnerlenco. We can not write bcyon.! a cer- tain acreage in each district Communicate with us at once V.iy small fee for membership payable October HI M. IP. JOHNSTON Co. SUITU'NO. 2. ALBERTA BLOCK 0. Box -M ;