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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June THE LETHBRJTDGE DAILY HERALD MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE NIGHT, MONDAY, JUNE 5 THE MINING PLAY OF THE HOUR Rex Beach's great story of the Alaskan Gold Fields "THE BARRIER" Dramatized by Eugene Presbury from Rex Beach's book of the same name A complete scenic from its long run at The New Amsterdam Theatre, New York City BIG CIRC OS HE! for' lm opened by-'the return of a'show which has made Canada its headquarters 'for iiiSiiy yefti'5 fiuu w'liLC-j is witliout idoubt the favo'rite of 'nil travelling i This is the :Ai Barnes Big Three JRing Show 'will 'give two performances here on the i afternoon aud evening of .luua 2nd. of comparalively small zCi .when here and which uud Nubian Huns, ajl performing; i in the steel arena a> the same lime. Placing his head in iion's i mouUv and feeding raw'mftat from !his lips wh'ile: the entire gro.up of 'snarling creatures is grouped around ihiirs with every opportunity to leap his bade--and crush him to the lonrth, is a o'f his ab- jsoiuU' control and self-conr jfideuee which, lie-disiiliiya with these 1 beasts. MAJESTIC THEATRE W, B. Sherman, Mg'r. Phone 645. First Appearance Lilliputian Opera Company 30 PEOPLE PEOPLE MAJESTIC THEATRE Rhone 646. IS THE HALF-WAY HOUSE FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 2ND The Dramatic Event of the Season. First Appearance of England's.Greatest Emotional Actress OLGA NETHERSOLE (Liebler Co.. Managers) in "THE REDEMPTION OF EVELYN VAUDRAY" By Henri Bernstein, author of "The Thief" Adapted 'fay Louis Staged-by Ben Greet SEAT SALE TUESDAY MORNING GALLERY 75c Closer Relations With Australia Lauriers Speech at Can- ada Club Londono, May exceptional- TONIGHT "The Gondoliers" Farewell performance 75c Gallery 50c MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Mar. PR ONE "646. such a reputation country it has now grown to; mo.us .proportions of the largest animal -show in the i It '.takes, a big train [length'cars to. ..carry them i country.: there-are' 30o- wAl4 :and' do- jmestic.animals, 150 horses for .the mon- ster street -employees. MAJESTIC THEATRE SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. 5 NIGHTS COMM'ENCiNG TUESDAY JUNE 6th MISS MAY ROBERTS SU.PPO.RTED SY L. VICTOR GILLARD AND SPLENDID CAST IN -PLAYS SEEN IN LETHBRIDGE. FOR THE FIRST TIME. REDUCED Gallery Higher. Then these, is'the Challenge group of Royal Bengal Tigers, which -were sbougat 'at an 'expense of from jndia. Lions ride horses, bears con- vulse the with their drink- ing acts and elephants give a vaude- ville performance all by themselves. The big street parade will start from the grounds- at -10 o'clock sharp and ly large gathering attended the Can-i three arenas-inthjR ten.tx..the proceed through the principal streets. i ada Club dinner today, at which j Back tue slogan in i Strathcona presided. AnvonS those at [steel arena wild animal Lhe oamp OJ- rhe AL G Barnes Big itendine were' Sir Wilfrid Laurier military bands Thre6 Ring Allimal sbOTV upon tending r mui a i. lie ,acra? Qf, mimerous de- entering the Dominion a few days ago. iHon. L. P. BrodeuY, Sir Josepti cleanest and hi- for rears been Ward, Rt. Hon. l.-ewis Harcourt, Pre- UhpW-, games of chance lovers of jmicr McBride, K'on. W. .1. Bowser, .has ever visited this country witll a circus ,vhich was loir E Walker, Hon. G. Wr. Brown, _ n0f_ as large as some which see i i o -7 -v features 01 uie snow is t- f i-m- I G. -I. Desbarais, Col. Sam ,T T >m tne cou..se or tiie season DIK Dr. -J. A. MacDoriald, Sir Wm. -Mac-; Kenzie, Sir Donald Mann, Hon. WaK features of the show is trainer, Herr Louis NIGHT June 3rd FREDERICK SHIPMAN PRESENTS r: ALBERT CHEVALIER ETMGLANpV GREATEST CHARACTER ACTOR Assisted By Edna Blanche Shinvalier M PRIMA DONNA SOPRANO'" Myroii W. Wuitue-r -r John 0. THE AM'ERICAN BASSO has won a as the clean- tcr Scott, Hon. A. L. Sifton, fj W. Smithers. i Premier Laurier, responding to-iheR> toast of the Dominion, lengthy eulogy on Lord and afterwards, speaking of growth, said the country 1 only -been discovered ten or twelve years. RotigDf the introduction of 24 Afri- and best making Canada. will I return' for 'two-' performances on .Tune '2nd. This time it will be seen in the pro- portions, 'which were prophesied by all f ITilT ATSDTTD HTC i have watched WILL NOT ARBITRATE Isrowtb. o? the ian Gatkry 75c SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT BOX "OFFICE. EMPLOYERS Teailr! C. 'King's1 show in the world. It is indeed a 'credit to. the untiring effort of giving the public the hest in this amusement xy 'field, of the greatest -animal master, Al. G: Barnes. favorites which presenting her now famous riding act. .Wallace .to-a finish. Mile. Martha Florine and'her group of i Then there- are beautiful. Arabian its remarkable' spotted Persian leopards, Herr Louis j-stallions; Colonel Buckley aud hie ;re- gest wild animal Roth with his troupe of.ro.j-al''Beffgal elephants, 'high, tigers and young Mile, j school ponies, bucking mules educated M-ercedes Lamonte, .preHefiting ,one of dogs. fact the- largest and best the many thrills of "the show 'when' slfc j equipc'ed animal show which has vis- feeds the African lions raw meat from [fteS a'decade- her hands. Major Bo'o Thornton, and! There will he two performances -here his funny .bears. Ed win "Kelly entering ion Saturday, with monster street- 'Mackenzie j It was a new in the cage oi the parade at in the morning. j. western sky, a Uind cUloi; .hardy, n en geneial -__________ _ t to ail, of work, or j the and offering stitutions which as has been accepted the apple of her-cye> She' was the the chances are that it.; will i pri'Ie of the twentieth century, a by the employers who j in the i insist that there nothing to arbi- I Sir Joseph he regarded; Canada way house be-, j, tween _ Pacific and; THE 0 MM AND OF G- 4L- A LIL E E L Story of a Freiich Revolution the realized fully- that in would he a; .i' take the j jobs arc-running well -as .an j shop the .men declare -that the j has of all bounds i much original strike- and ada and Australia and New several unions have gone; f'o the was was distance asking ".various concessions jmhilated so-'that'New Zealand .been' told to :l'gp .to- .the that, effect.' no expectation would drawK of New Zea-J: Jesuit 'in :'any- land and Canada and make all j now..-and., next" week parts of tije''eitrpire in one Premier Launef- had already negoti- ated a direct- s-thamship line across is a pure, natural whoiesome and delicious beverage from .Nature's own laboratory. within, days oE or vrords-tt) "th Sand Canada. tayloKfe iwoiild ot New the Pacific 'and now great Britain should .iBekthe same way across the Atlantic, thing .between [and..looks for a' hor men have. the license" com- mission to prdhihit -the sale ot Ii- qr.or during the strike. 'is the only water from the original. Caledonia Spring. Specify it "By name; else you run the risk of getting: merely "Caledonia that is any water from Caledonia County. OUI Will dard than the sparkle and liveliness of WAS I for it is these qualities which have made it the Canadian water. Yet, more merely good to drink, POT RECIPROCITY TO VOTE ALBERTA WILL ENTER RECIPROCITY VOTE POTATO (1 been purchased The property has from F. W. Hay-cock Calgary, .-June silver trophy, valued at will he awarded the individual, .company, municipality, district or ;drganization exhibiting the best potatoes at the New York- Land and Irrigation exposition, to be held in "V.adison Square gardens in November of.this year. The Canadian Pacific Irrigation and and Colonisation company, of this city, has decided to send an exhibit there "is talk oJ n provincial govern- ment, exhibit being sent, and several individuals and organizations have de- ciried to show potatoes in competi- tion .for this big prize, so that n is confidently expected that Alberta will pull; down the silverware. Lfor and a modern livery established. This NF XT Wr IfNPSD A Y Kvery stable in Magrath, H 1 the onejljio'w. doing business being con and Son, shows tie rapidly increasing business Washing-ton, May The !and''tr'affip! fn and around Canadian will] in ihe Mapath district come to a'Totc in tbe Senate wi'-b any'iT1 the prov- Wcdnesdav. ever in of except LuS hjstoryi that offered br Senator Roof' will conditioas for a have any chance of being considered, and it will be considerably modified before being accepted. Officers of .the Associated Press, and the Ameri- can Newspaper ssocia- tion will appear next Monday t-o'Au- swer some questions .vuip an-i paper. It is'acknowledged that the lumber, paper and woollen manufacturers -of- fered'to contribute funds "for the cam- fnchtfes :in height and looked healthv CONDITIONS AT MAGRATH' Austin-: Bro-tii.ers, of Cardstpn, will i shcrtly-.commence the erection of a May thousand large, up-to-da.te livery, feed and sale j people heard Monk, aiici La- stable-on r.the property upon -which j vergne open the Nationalist campaign j: now stands -the -blacksmith shop of j nere tonight, -Mr. Monk criticized the government for the clandestine way -j in which the reciprocity agreement j was negotiated, and for threir refusal j to submit it to a vote of the people i before adoption. He said the Nation- i alists wanted Canada to remain in the empire and to fulfil its duties in that connection without abandoning one iota of its rights or impairing its le- gitimate expanson. He spoke of al- leged corruption in the. government party. .Boarassa spoke generally of the ideals of the Nationalists but had lit- tle to say on reciprocity. La vergne said the government was rotten and reciprocity had been un- dertaken to hide its rottenness. On the other hand, the Imperialists and a crowd of Toronto financiers could not persuade the people that recipro- city meant annexation. more favorable than the present time. Bvery- is at a phenomenal the waving fields, stretching out as the eye can reach, is a picture never t.o be forgotten. A trip (through rural districts reveals accuracy the immense i-esources of the district, of fall wheat was brought today that measured twentv jpaign against the, agreement This province is Admirably suited j waged by the National Grangf, for the growing of potatoes. Some farmers' organization.' at, .the exhibits at district fairs in Chairman Underwood, of the Ways Alberta during recent years arc said'j Means Committee announces by experts to have been the best pjemocratic leaders in the House record, The points on which competi- tion will he decided will be acre yield, proper care, marketabln quali- licsi, stnopU) appearance, flush sycs, of size. The spring grain is ab- inches on an -average.' A. Montreal .private .detective i? ac- cused of assault on a l.ibor organiser UNITE FOR PEACE 'Washington. May proposa.1 a.11 the churches in the United unite in a movement tO'bring will fight Bryan in the party caucus, together the religious and at the next National Convention 'of the world to secure international because tions. of his criticism of their ao-iPeace, was made.to President Taft I tfoday-.by the Very Rev. W. Moore Bde, icSean of Worcester, England. The pres- jiident said he was much interested. IN To.uiqije. Chili, May CHILI Calm vails.today following the recent prfe-i MANNA SAYS C. N. R. QUARTERS WiLL REMAIN AT TORONTO Ing between Chilians and Toronto, May H. Hanna. when a mob attacked the Peruvian i of the C. N. railway, denies tjio in Montreal; where union loaders com-.clnb aQfl bjiraed a Peruvian flag. that, the road remove Tts piain Ihey are rojisiiiijllv iniilitTry -authorities have the from Toronto to Mont- in hitiiil. -r ATTEMPT TO ROB J BANK AT DANVILLE. QUE. Danville, Quebec, May lit- i tie village was the scene of a bold attempt at hank robbery last night, i Two clerks sleeping in the Eastern j Townships Bank branch hare were j a'waTcenert an early hour this morn- Ing -by. lights being flashed into the Dank, and upon investigating found a j num'ber of tough looking men trying j to lorce the doors. The clerks im- j mediately opened fire upon the mi's- i creams who fired.-a volley in return and fled. By the time a posse had neeri formed to pursue trace of fire in on was lost. A want- ing EPJlt OtJt lo towns, GOOD To DRINK prepared by Nature, -possesses -properties which tlie most expert cliemists have never Been able to imitate artificially, is distinctly. a -specific cases of stomach