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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July TITE LETHBBIDGE D'XlLY HERALD i j You to Miss the Bargains the put-to-Cost Sale at THE BLUE STORE 606 4th Are. South Lethbridge Whether it be Groceries, Clothing, Furnishings, or anything in stock, the Blue Store sells it for less than any other house. Strong statement? Yes! But we back our promise with the goods. If you question its truth, we are ready to show and see, buy if you do hot wish The Blue Store is here to stay, to protect the people from exorbitant charges. Best for least is the slogan of the Blue Store. Better fill your next order here and thus save big money; PHONE 514 We deliver to any part of the city PHONE 514 THEATRICAL A UNIQUE CHARACTER Col J B Gtueii uho itt in Leth bndge us manager 'ot The Squaw Man Co comes to the Mi] cstic on Mondaj' and Tuesdaj, Juls 24 and a'Unique ami Interesting character in tile theatrical world The colonel .aer.vednn-the Confederate ai- m> He a distinguished officer on the stiff, of that brave and gallant General Albert Sidney John- Bton. the midst of the vie- torj at Shilo and remain? Austin; Texas, the home of General Johnston, where a" modest piece of.marble.tevers the IN THEATRICAL WORLD one of the brayest' soldiers, of that terrible In 1S02 Col. CaveiCwas transferred to the regular Confederate establish- ment, and the remainder Ms'mill tajj service was umlet the command of General Joe Shelb'y. He.went to Mexico with Shelby's army after the downfall of the Confederacy, with' the intention of joining Maximilian The withdrawal of France from Mexico, left- the confederate adventurers v.'Hh out a cause, ami--they drifted -back into the States, after amnesty-was declared Since thf war (01 "TtUS SQUAW MAN" at Majestic Theatre Tonight and Tomorrow NiaHt has" h'een principally engaged In the nev, apaper business For U entl years ho'was one of the owners of the Kansas City Times. Selling his interest he went to Texas, where "he" lost a fortune in, the bustnesq. he was on the of the New York Commercial Advertiser for; a number of'yoars. He was managing editor of the Denver Times until six years ago, since when he has been connected with the theatrical busi- negg in a managerial capacity. a man of delightful personality, utrik ing appearance and distinguished bearing. He has had an unusually interesting career und talks enter- tainingly of men and matters the past forty years. The Colonel says that when the war came between the North and South he had just turned twenty-nine. The border was -aflame with steel ana Hre aml ambuscade and slaughter He flung himself into a band of Con federate soldiers with the Confeder ate flag for a banner- and for riders. What we did we did said OKI Colonel and it was fearful But Ii was When the CIul war closed ue had no hunted} shot at driven awaj ViehdditQ It was our The of our kindred were there We to be banished by the carpet-bag gov eminent Horn our birthright and so we hunted our hunters Mam called us desperadoes but fate made up BO The Colonel in sneaking of the Un ion army and the Confederate arm> said The American has evei been u aajward and "truant race There are passions seem to belong to them bj some strong fatality of birth or blood. .In ewry Island fahipw recked or stranded upon the barren or golden shores of adventure Americans can be founrt tiklnj fate as it deulma) care nothing so u their own countrv except an prise full of wonder and peril What is uppermost finds read> hands No soldier is more daring than lean soldiers the women no more ardent and faithful loyers }ityt aimies no more heroic learn ing revolver craft quickest attyiureet and dung as thoy Une to die, game to the laat.; "THE SQUAW MAN" TONIGHT AT THE MAJESTIC At last we are to see The Squaw Man unquestionably the most stnk inglj 01 iginal it, success an American w right has et ed This is welcome news to all lovers pi really good drama; there is no play, in the historj of the American itafd that has won so large a measure ofi artistic aa well as financial success IB has this picturesque and fully written drama of unle American life fioni the pen of Edwin Mlljon Koyle. "The Squaw been" hailed by innny as the long awaited 'Great American Play.'1 The manage- ment of the la congratulated upon securing i this splendid fraction. The play .be presented under the direction of.iH. 15. Pierce and company tonight .with a superb company, and the entire pro; cliiction with n complete scenic, equip- ment precisely as presented during phenomenal engagement of one thous- and pet romances in New ork City As a rule, the cowboy, of; the is a rather hopeless and hiR cieition at the best but in The Suim Man which will pla> at the Majestic tonight .riin'.ot over one thousand performances at Wall: ack's theatre, tfew. York; individual is U accurate, if one'la to-believe the crit- ics of the. country, v Edwin Milton..Royle, the author of -the piny, was brought lip In .the ter- in which the the plmy arn laid, anil he labored to.; good advantage in placing before'lhe mem- bers of the company the necessary atmpsphoro and (iiiaHty, by real cow puncher will be di ed from the artificial ALTERATION PRQGARM AT STARLAND Extensive alterations.arc now being 'made on the Inferior of Stiirliud Theatre and when completed the man agemeut feel, will niake their house one of the moot attracth e In the West and wtyh this end in Mew the) spared no eipense in earning out their Ideas An addition of twen t> feet li being built and the seating capacity will lie increased about one hundred, h It is hoped to have the alterations completed by Friday of this week and it HIT be necessan to close-the theatre for one matinee, but .this will not be done unless ab- solute Ij necessarj 'To the .pound of hammer and saw three: monster alteration programs the first which .will be given tonight includes some of ;tbe 'best pictures ever produced. Twa' Helland Lads is a screaming comedy from end to end will Certainly laugh this pictupre "Three Sisters' a magnificent drarae, it would take too long !t but once seen it will linger in, the minds of all for a long time Bemlnole Sacrifice is i good tin ill tag Indian pltcure and is also good. A new catchy song bj R C Willis completes an excellent program and a splendid hours amusement dwaitB all who paj this theatre a islt Probable Successor to Lord Straihcor.a JOS. SINGLETON DEAD j The death occjined at the famih residence tins morning of Joseph Mngleton who passed awaj at five o clack The decc ised >aa been Ih Ing m Lethbridge for the last fifteeti months, coming here with his famJN from JIajmrd Mass He leaves to mourn lots his wife and a diughter Mrs W H Johnston of this city He wan yearg of age nnd an esteemed her. of .Maynard Lodge'No. 131M.O.O." P He behind him also cne Bister and o brothers residing in Huduersfteld Eng and d sister in Rochester, N. V. The funeral which will take pi ire from the famih real dehce, Gil Cutbill street, oh Wednes day ..afternoon at 2.30, will con- ducted .by Uev. Al M. Gordon, the service being held. at. the residence. The members of Lethbridge Lodge A Good Defence Again! j the White Plague i No one can afford to lessen their pro- 'r ducmg power to-day, and to have you must halt good raa-llinery. The human body is I lie greatest mm- chine evrr c most wonoer- lul mechanism in the wond It is sheer economic waste not to keep your body in the best condition There is no valid exalt for allowfol I the tissues to become attacked ny the white ptasrue You need your health and Canada needs you. Insure against it by building up your reserve forces and bodily defences The best defence you can get n Nytrt Cod Liver Compound It bmldi up the tissues and prevents disease f- A delicious tonic and a splendid TW41- ker, puts on good, solid flesh, ud oukef you feel fit for any tasL t For the puny and backntrd child thm is nothim; better. Nyol's Cod Com- pound will soon bring the roses to the cheek give rigor and litalfcy.' Vour own Druggist cheerfully %es Nyal's Cod I iver Compoujid. Sold and guarantMd by ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM t. CO.; COPE I W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE The .-'Honbrabl'e'.'.SIr.- Frederick Wil- liam Borden Is C M G, B A M D P.O., wlio. It is announced trom Otta- sliorfty leave for T oiidon as No 2 mdiic" Ixidge No 53 and Canadian High Commissioner succeed 'lodge No. "2 will meet at the Oddfellows hall at 1.30 and attend In a-body, and will iiold-their, service at the 'grave. It Is Not in .the Blood Medicine Taken Internaty Cure Eczema. It Is by Eczema cannot be overcome by or- dinarv treatiiunt, md old fishion ed way of dosing the 'system with drugs. Eczema is caused by a pura- !n" geriii that bores .Into the skin, .is generally a contagious disease. Until'the'parasite is completely de- stroyed and removed.. eczema cannot be cured. Fully one-third "of skin dls eases are in the form, oczcmaJ !We so.thoroughly believe that Rex- nil Eczema Ointment overcome nnd allied skin ailments, that i ing Loid Stiathcona who is retiiing Is the sori'pE the'late Jonathan Rorden, and was born aVCornwa His, N. S., May 1847 He educated at Kings College Windsor, being giaduiiod B 4 in I860 subiequenth attending Har Mid Medical School Boston lie was graduated from that institution an 1868 and practiced medicine it Cm S.V where he was also agent for J Hall fax- 'Banking Company. In 1893 a 'member of the Prpvln: cial Board of .ITealth.y, He was appoint: ed issisUiit surgeon in the 6Sth Regi ment, and, by prqmption, honorary 'sur geon Lieutenant Colonel in Octobei ol Sn Frederick has been twice mar ried his tirsL wife being Julia M daughter of I H Clarke Canning, N S and SUB second wife being Miss T5eb sie B Clark also of Canning io uhom he was married In June 1884 (ho same He was first icturnod uw.viuib ii'i'v.. mcii, i we unhesitRtlnsli promise to prompt Delected Sir for Parliament' for Kings Count} N S m tlie goneial elections 1874 and was re-elected at'the-genernl election in 1878. bm was. defeated In 1S82. He IMS agim fleeted foi the same countv in and in 1891 On n petition the 'election was declared void, but he was lv in any way be unsatisfac- tory to' the user. Because of its remarkable cleansing, antiseptic germicidal, toothing and i hnling Influence Roxull Fcremn Olnt- therefore, been 'elected ten times and defeated once- He.wns sworn In as Privj Councillor nnd appointed Minis- of Militia in the Laurier adminis- ment has a %erj pronounced in IMP ,lf'n in charge of the rcieni itas a piuiiuuiituii m r th, trUtment of Al, ialjy where the form of nllraent Is "chronic, aggravating iort W e highly recommend it for the diy acaly [prm or the weeping type, where theie constant flow of itl-Binelling ex cretion. Rcull Eczema Ointment, is very fifornpt in relieving pimpleB, blotches, ringworm, acne, nettle raeh, tetter, ulcers, In- cect. hitcl, and for healing and It Is n pleasant .sinelllng, gmylsh-while ointment, and Is very cfeanly for use. Two sixes, 60o ii.OO. Sold only at our Store. J. U. Illginbotham ft Co, Ud., were sent to South Africa. Snh- lie Ihe deuart- ment, appointed18 Militia Council, and established, a ifroal national military camp and enlarged ind strengthened the force and all over Canada.' He'has. plans for a naval re- serve .and has made the commence- ment of a .Canadian Sir Fred- erick re-elected by acclamation appoinlmeilt to office in 1896, and created, b> P'lward, on-the occasion of Majesty's Coronation n 1902 a Knight Commander of the dlHtlligulBheii order of St. Michael and Si. George., His favorite recreations EXCURSION TO CROW'S t Tlie following is the list pf stations time and fare of the flchool excursion on1 Thursday next Stations Time Faie, Chlldreii Lethbridge 700 tl 10 Momrch 1 iO 2 00 100 Macleod S 00 In 00 I'llicher 100 Hi TO ISO 105 V Mltirmore 18.40, Coleman 10 50 45 Arriving at Crow's at 11-30 a. m Hellirnins, pxciiraion special will leave Crow's Nest at (i p.m. sharp, arriving in Lcthlmdgc at 10 p nl A HORSE CASE AT CHAMPION Champion, Julv 22 F. AN cock, T P, on Thuisday the Wm .lenson was charged with unlawfully.. allowing a stallion to run at large. Defendant pleaded not guilty Geo, Cliffoid testified io seeing and catch; ing the haise whi-ch be Kept in barn brothei corroborated his cadence Wm Jenson, sworn, denied the allegation and pioduced her of witnesses to nrovo that the horse had shoAii a tendency to get out. The magistrate read the ordinance w hich proved defendant guilty moderate fine of and im- posed. MACLEOD LAWYER IS Macleod, Julj 22-W M Campbell, of the firm of Campbell and Fawcett, .wtia taken to on Friday afternoon and is nov, thientened typhoid fevei tMis Campbell ,and family who werp usiting at Banff, re- turned on evening A dance held in the Parish Halt last, night was one of the resaful yet to be held in this bulldtaff.) It is the intpntion of the English church Tennis Club to'' these' dances even' Saturday night through; tlie summer months Maunsell Bros shipped about aOO head of cattle to Vancouver.', -ihia; week from Peigan Biding There were several people who went from town to .witness'the.loading of the animals. Waterton Lakes Resort ;fr is now open nndcir' management' of Jensen Bros., successors to W. 0. Lcc. New Hotel, Good Fishing and Boating, Mountain Scenery.' Automobile daily from Cardston. J t information address Jensen Brothers Waterloii Mills T.O., Alberta. ;