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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETH8RIDGE DAILY HERALD v. AUGUST 4, 15-09. M M Ste. Your Palm Read Me, Past, Present ,and ..Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY Silver Dart Is No More Bronze Bust Of J. J. Hill PAGE SEVEN As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DLL. MAR, The palm- ist, will read your palm for the small fee of .50c. COME NOW, DON'T OtUY Find out what the future has in store for you. Madame Delmar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident of your life, past, present, and future. Office hours. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Room No. 1, Shepard Block, ,NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE M M va, Aug. famous j Silver Dart aerodrome is no more. It ilies a mass of twisted wood, wires and rubbered silk oa the cav- tf I airy field at the military here. j "An error in judgment on our, part jju making a said Baldwin his reasons for this state I of affairs. J Four successful Uights, each ing half a mile in distance, were made in the early hours of the morn- ing, a fine eu.sy landing being made leach time- A lifth trial the aero with two aboard, after a i forty mile an. hour attempted I to land with disastrous faults. Tht? i front wheel, struck a small hillock. The left supporting surface broke otT j and buriod the aviators in the ruins. jBoth received slight injuries, being shaken some and scratched and cut about their faces. .Luckily the engine was uninjured, :aiKl will IK.' ready to n't into the new 'machine, the Uradock xo. 1. as soon as it is assembled. The f lights w-ere mii'de at sunrise and the aeropianist he was blinded by the sun in making: the unfortunate landing. 'MOTH'S" THURSDAY NIGHT McKELVIE McGUtRE Exclusive Agents. hundred persons are aboard "the Bntish steamer Waratah en route from Sydney for London, arid failure to hear any report of the vessel since -she sailed from Durban. Xatal. on July 26, has caused. alarm. A search is beJnt: made for the steamer. Thursday. August 5, thu popular -Joanne Kussr-ll Co. will niake-l-heir second appearance in TjeUi bridge lor engagement of one week opening with a dramatisation of Ouida's famous nove! "Moths." Miss j Russell will appear as Vtfra Herbert j which is said to be her very best role. t j "Moths" is ;i st.ory of the smart I set of Russia told in the regular JOuida style that is always poetic and j interest "Moths" as a novel I was rated among the best Sellers of j its d-ay and is still immensely pop- I ular. The drama has always beeri .'tvjuully popular. It follows the story I of the book doseiy. except that it eliminates the coarseness, the differ- ent scenes jrivinjj opportunity for j rich costuming. Following "Moths" the company will produce Jesse James on Fridav niyht. and Saturday the murh talked of "The Devil." Customs Near The Record f MOVING .PICTURES ADVANCED 1. Behind the Mask 2. The Treasure 3. Anonym is Letter 4. Silk Btnaet N Just a Little Rocking Chair and You. The Pattersons J Urace In a pretty sketch entitled Trifling Nonsense CONTINUOUS PEBPOBMANCE PRICES I5c AND 25c LYCEUM TENT THEATRE Corner Glya arid Redpath Streets Dawson May, Manager SEVEN NIGHTS STARTING Thursday, August 5th, 1909 The justly popular JEANNE RUSSELL Company in a repertoire of popular Comedies and dramas _ NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT. AUGUST 5 MOTHS" A dramatization of Ouida's famous novel Ottawa. Ont., Aug. cus- aoms revenue of the Dominion for I July show that the receipts totalled an increase of j ovj.-r July last year and within half a million of the record figure set in 1907. For the first quarter of I the fiscul year custom revenue has been 518.003.353. an increase of 53.- 344.408. J.H1LL AND SCULPTOR-. IT H.FRQLJCH.THE- state, caino rf ..-tittle. Wash., ;esuta Johnson. .uuv.Tiior of the her day at. the Alaska-Vn- to Seattle to deliver the kou-Pacitio. exposition by Day address and nnlo-iM- the 11.1 in'. >n-.-ii i.-in Collit-Hi-s. left In-iv on Saturday with his family for "Mr. ;iri'l ilrs. Huniplirifs and i iniiy with lult her.' on ni'i.n irMjn t.o nil iind It-nv.' with n'.eret. thfiir niM-.iy fri-nds wj-hinsr them frood luck in ;i omintry. Uudd left on tlie noon iMiin for Oilgnry Mr. Ki.yoe Millf-r of Cowley is in iou-i) The King Edward THE NEW RESTAURANT Is Now Open The cook here is good enough to prepare King Edward's dishes Between Auction Mart and Pioneer Lumber Yard THE VERV FUNNY PATTERSONS WHO ARE APPEARING AT THE EUREKA UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is snpplied with the BCST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Shop in Collection Btwroent of Olirtr Block ;