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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THELETHBRIOGE jOAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1909. PAGE SIVEN A GREAT SPOT IS THH LAKES a Splendid Outing There 1000-1E lire. Accordingly, u stuvt; was iiiov- fire built, benches ami chairs _ _rm__ I provi'dwl (the ladies made a goodly Lethbridge Party Has Been Having of fudge, peanut brink- etc 'arid when it began to tfrow dark thu party gathered. Miss Clark, of Ray- mond, who has pleased a many Lethbridge people by her singing hen- at din'm-nt Limes, was in another camp near the of this u .delegation was sent out by boat to them over Miss Clark brought her guitar over with Ju-r and generously sanw and playi-d a number or songs which were (highly TVtweeu those ivh.- enure party would join in sing- some familiar or soweoiiu Wo'jld tell a story. everyone in ihe parly took hold in the proper spirit !.o help mako i he time pass pleasantly. pro- eart! i-n or wi Lak' irfliitii: niu! pk'itriuiv ainiuci quite a mmi- i' for an first ji-irt of lasf Wi'--k pj-rty 20 CONTORTIONISTS 20 TUMBLERS 40 ATHLETES 40 GYMNASTS 20 EXCLUSIVE FEATURES 500 HEAD OF BOSSES {00 BASE WH.B AfmfiAiS ACRES OF SEATING CAPACITY HUGE SPECTACULAR THEATQRiiJM CLOWNS EQUESTKIAN'iJ, EQUESTRIENNES AERIAUSTS LEAFEP.S "i; iroin iJUT" '..he p''rty u! ,'ie of wiM'ks ;vr-- il'1.. S-'r.- J. L Fr.-ci J. A. Jl. also MY. aii'l Us Link anu i-unilv. Miss Hare Complete known representative cf the Animal World. Mothers and their Youns of every family. Over a Quarter of a C-snfj.-y of Cor.tir.uoas Nc other show in 'kti world can trathfulljr claim this proud distinction. The Hlch' Salaried and Most Accorr.jf.lsh- ed Performers of Europe and America In Feats cf Daring. Sciil, Agiiliy and Grace. MV rr OTJinf ANO OMK THAT EVERY AOT IS A FEATURE, EXHIBITED FOR THE FSRSTTIME EDUCATED DENI- ZENS OF FOREST. MOUNTAIN AND PLAIN. Man's Super- iority over the Brute Creation wonderfuliy. but beautlfullr Demon- ted. The Professional Ranks of Performers of this country and Eu- rope culled, and only the very bolt selected. No other show has as miny High Salaried -Feature Artists undsr contract as has this. Jack .Mv. Hayr. Mrs. _. Mrs. Shannon and Miss Me and a riumbor fo other la- bably deserves fhv gn.-at'-'Kt credit for his ready wit and apparently untir- inc i-lToris to keep t-hinj-s moving. Durmn- l in- night Tuesday the; sky and with tin- sunshine Wfd- Mi-s-day ir.orning everyone was ready for an.ion and making plans for fish- ing, boating or sight-seeing- trips from ramp. The most, of this party will have and the fact that they were a little early for the bost fishing, b'ut most of them madei small catches. "Major" caught one lake trout weigh about 101 pounds, and Capt." U. Clark captured one weighing a pound or two less, which were two largest fish caught by the party, I.ut everyone was happy and one who happened -in on them for a couple- of days ventures the guess that while Lakes camp may have larg- er Parties during UK: season, with more satisfactory catches Of fish, it will, hardly ha'-e a jollier party than thr." one to whioh this item refers There are lots of pi'-asant things to remember after one returns fro if. a trip of this kind, the .seerwy. boat- ing, fishing, climbing- the efforts of host" Lee to make his visit- ors comfortable an-d pieivse-d. and the, .disposition shown by the dilTerent members of the ramp to lend a hand 'when something was suggested which promised enjoyment for 'he aud you can. almost hear again the MOVING 1 PICTURES.1 A0VANCED 'I VAUDEVILLEJ 1. The Hand 2. The Vagabond 3. Merry Widow Waltz S O N <3- CONTINUOUS PERFORMANTE Harry Kingston In a novelty Wire Act HENRY EDWARDS, The Great Equilibrist and Hand Balancer. PRICES I5c AND 25c dies an-d gentlemen from JK. .J. and Elton joined the camp Tuesday night, also Spencer Owen, son of the vire-presi- i n-turnod by Saturday of this week or 'dent of the 0- Kerr C-o... who is Momlay of next, but then; are others spending the summer on his father's coming- and go-ing every fe.w days- ranch nwar Curdston in the Bar-K-2, The party out the past two weeks Finest Siabta of Blue Ribbon Horses ever assembled i Tents of Thorouehbred Horsos for Inspection all Hints. Superb Educated Equine Exhibition. High School Menage Horses of MAGNITUDE, MERIT AND MODERNISM, "United for Educating and Entertaining. STUPENDOUS. GLITTERING CTDCCT PADfiDF MODERN. KALE1DESCOPIC O I IlCC I rlinHMI. GROUNDS AT O'CLOCK AND PASS THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE STREETS. Over Mile in Length and brilliant In splendor. This should be seen whathar the show la saan or not. Immediately after tho parade again at 6.30 p. m. is to be seen THE THRILLING FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITION OB the Show Grounds.