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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tage -A Good Defence Against the White Plague No one can afford to lessen, their pro- tuang power to-day, and to have power you must have good machinery, The b'-sian bodv is Jhc greatest ma- Chine ever the most wonder- ful mechanism in the world. It is sheer economic waste not to keep your body in the best condition. 'There. is no valid excuse for allowing the 'tissues to become attacked by the white plague. You need-your health anc Canada needs you. Insure against it by building up your reserve forces and boclily defences. The_best defence you can get is Nyal's Cod Liver Compound. It builds up the tissues and prevents disease. A delicious tonic and a splendid vital- Izer, puts on good, solid flesh, and makes you feel fit for any task. For the puny and backward child there Is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver Com- pound-will soon bring the roses back to the cheek and give vigor and -vitality. Your own Druggist cheerfully %es Nyal's Cod J-iver Compound. THE LETHBKJPGE DAILY .HERALD TO ENTERTAIN Sold and guaranteed :TT ALBERTA DRUG J. RHODES, Prop. GRAW PRICES Winnipeg, Jnne prices in Winnipeg and American markets are as fellows" wheat opened 5-8, closed 97 1-2; October opened SS jl-S. closed 5-S. opened 136 1-2, closed 37 1-8. closed Cash Northern 96. 2 Nor- thern 93, 3 Northern 91. Oats No. 2 C. W. 3fi, American Markets wheat, opened 95 7-S, closed 96 3-4; September opened 91 3-8, closed 91 7-8; December ciosed 92. wheat opened S9, closed 90 7-8; September opened R7 closed 88 December opened 89 3-8. closed 90 3-5. BANK CLEARINGS The bank clearings for the week ending; this morning amounted to 390.21, as compared with the week before which amounted to The total for the month amounted to Last month the clear rigs MAY ROBERTS AND HER .'COMPANY ;.f THE MAJESTIC TUESDAY .May Roberts, supported by L. Victor a ffve''n'ightsj engagement at the Majestic Thearte, commencing on- Tuesday, Jstbe: a repertoire of never seen in tae city, which will be "announce; dy at- er. The prices will be within the reach of every one, reduced, to fifty cents top "THE BARRIER" "In a series .of .gripping stage scenes "The Beach's stirring slory of Alaska, was 'given a living portrayal at the Clunie. Thea- tre last night. The, was. virile as the book. The strong char- acters seemed even hav.e' 'been, in- tensified by the dramatization, or, at least, by the possibility of giving I them life. "In the darkened barracks 'of the army post the final death -struggle oetween John Gale aiufDan" Stark waJ ought to a terrible but realistic fin- sh. The light returned upon a cene of bloodshed, with the .gambler lying and the trader but indicated. It was a grewsome sight, ut none too much so for the story; nd it was splendidly done by. botir men. Readers of the book who had the misfortune to miss- the playbill j recaJ] the two characters wbose years of deadly enmity were thus ended. "That was the strongest of four acts, all played with" a deep and! thoughtful appreciation of the story i and of the spirit of. the I where rugged men take the affairs of law and love into their own .hands. "If one actor of the company, de- serves praise 'beyond that won br- others he is George A, Cleveland, who Plays Poleon Doret, the loveable Frenchman. His interpretation of the role is true to the core, perfect in make-up, and as nearly the Poleon Keach created as one can conceive the part. i "As Necia. the lovely heroine, Helen 1 Barham also stepirright out of the j Oook into life. .A NEW FOR .IIINF .v Ji A: telection of the interesting numbers issued thia month. Records 75c. 5841. WeKings Heed Miller, Tenor 5844. That with tLe Raf .Sraallej Billv Murrav and American Quartet Records 90c. two. 4w a Red, Red ..-----Stevenson-Burr Solo) Gialdini 16854. 16859. iMy 1 Quartet Why finned .LiUan ftomesley label Series A Superb Lucfcf a Popular Price Open. Sextette) 70036. ..........Donizetti New Red Seal Records Four Sploadid Records by Mme. Clara Butt The famous English Contralto 03179. Abide With Me............... Liddls' 03178. Kathleci: Mavonraeen........Crouch 03176 Peed 03177. Re3t Io Tie 1 .Mendelssohn Two Irish Songs by McCormtck John McCormack, Tenor 10-inch, wj'th each: 64180. Me If AH Endeanog I Young Do not fail to 64181. Mother Machree........Voung-Qlcott these and the many other records which may interest you. at free catalogue our Berliner Gram-o-phone Company, Limited Montreal IN U.S.A. BY VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. K "capable A ..beautiful, woman I All the Above-mentioned Records are now on V Sale-at the Masoiy Dominion BiiSfiiW r'jt frnrlf ;