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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS >Tb ;AUL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor BMt a Hotil In Albtrli LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN UETHBftlMI Dallas Hotel It But and Molt Convw lint PltM M Dr. Rusk's A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKt Wjite for samples and be convinced. -Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. You can obtain this food from Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Letnbridge, AMa. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelson, B. O. Pacific Grain Co., Cal- tary, A1U. Campbell, Wilson Home, Crorn Feed Produce Co., Calgary, Alts. the following dealers: Ellison Milling Elevator Co., Lethbridge, Alia. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. .Macdonald Co., Letubridge, Ogilvie Milllag Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, DR. DYDE MASTER m HS DELINEATION OF THE WRIT- ER'S WORKS LAST NIGHT PROVED HIS DRAMATIC ABILITY :.Those few who -were gathered to- gether in the basement of Knot church last mght to listen to the Her. Di principal oi Kobert- son Theological: school, Edmonton, vpre prohablv left with a deeper im- pression than was theirs before, of the gemus possessed by the myriad mmd of the immortal bard of Strat- ford-en-Avon. Dr. Dyde in his lecture on Shakes- peare and a number of his: plays not only gave enlightening and .instruc- tive thought but, an.en- tertaining dramatist in many of the well known passages of the poet's works. Dr. Dvde's audience must all bare been impressed that the stage has missed a profound and brilliant actor of Shakespearian drama when the' doctor decided in favor oi the ministrj as his life's work. Dr. Dvde culminated his lecture in a studv of "Macbeth" in which a piece of clever acting was witnessed. audience was transported irom the lecture hail to tne theatre of 'drama; in1 an instant and the breeze that displayed the essence of highest form qf dramatic acting was seem- ingly waited over the footlights. Dyde brought out, that accord- ing to Shakespeare, kingly rule and power must be accompanied by-truth or it would totter and 'This is amply exemplified in "King Richard III." and and Dr. .Dyde -took passages from both these works in making his poinl clear and it was here that his audi- ence witnessed an excellent interpre- tation of 'these celebrated characters, Shakespeare's favorite king was Henry VIII. The saw much that was virtuous in burly King Hal, but the strongest part in the play was the1 appeal oi Queen. Catharine to King.Henry .for just consideration, before her divorce. Shakespeare pour- ed out all. his mighty genius in this womanly .appeal, arid the art of the poet kaew no bounds in eloquence Di. Dyde acted this passage with ex- treme taste, and cleverness, even as he. did in the part of Autolycus, rogue, in the "Winter's when Autolycus "met the clown and feigned many truths that were lies of the deepest dye. .Dr. Dyde pointed out the poet's great charity to the most offending mankind. .There are'none too had o the characters of Shakespeare who have not.some redeeming quality solicits human sympathy. Even in "Flichard and "Macbeth" ther comes a time when they are repent- ant; and had they 'their lives to live again their; course in life would be not likely so directed for evil. Shakespeare in his chaiiU w a great. There seeiiis to have been one great theme in his writings, one car- dinal principal to -which he always clung, to wit: "Forgive us our tres- passes as we.forgive them that t res pass against us." The plays mostly touched upon were "Loves Labor "A Win ter's "King .Richard III "King Henry and "Mac beth." IIL opening his address Dr. Dyde spoke of the universal knowledge the poet his grasp oi history and o human nature in which he was su preme. Mrs. E; F. Layton sang a song from Shakespeare at the close of the lecture and a vote of thanks was ten ilered Dr. Dyde by Mr. J. D. Higin- botham and air. R. P. Wallace. A sil- ver collection was taken. BlliG, that large Dark M Cherry, Grown in Washington and Iho one we limulletl and athcrtiseil so exlrasivelv Jasl ye.u, diiect Iron) tin- grower to us, which means Ihov be absolutely ItWi and will gel Ihein at Hie low- est possible puce. On Saturday Imd a tolci-iani iiom the inun whose Biiiys we hand- led lust venr. slnliim ' lie could stall shipping FINE B1NGS at once, and we inimed- ateh askni" hun In slait making shipments. Thai means that by the middle oi tins them, poswlih sooutr, and then day tluougli- out the season. II HUM- not tned some ol HIPS.C Cheiiies, do so now and von will find that these aie the ncaiest to pei'Jeetion that MW have had. FHESU TOD VY-CLARK S SbKDLlM, STRAWBERRIES, HOME GROWN ASPAIUGIS, EXTRA FIXE P1XEVPPLES Puwne Panes now. Pikes aic at the lowest. Office: THE GOOD CO. Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Min. This Bode Might Save You The Cost of a New Building HAVE you ever heard of or .retailing? Many of Canada's most prominent business men owe their success to this thing. Cultivate your avdlable floor space BO that'every square foot may be made to produce a profit. This new B6olc, "The Eleva- will show you how. Write for it to-day. It may save you might be applied (o YOUR a nc" pointing the way to a better ar- JAVE you ever heard of This principle applied to market gardening has result- ed in a fourfold increase in yield, with a proportionate increase in profits. Has it never occurred to you that the same principle Yangement of your present floor spa. OWN organization, whether, it be manufacturing, jobbing OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY 60 BAY Fill in and mail this coupon now. while the idea is fioh in your mind. Don't put ft. oS forget. Tear it off NOW before you turn .this page. .COUPON "H 58 Ple-ue send me your Book. Name... Address. .J clear ..92 52 Edmonton fair S4 44 Calgan, cleai SO 5J Medicine Hat talr 16 AUcleod, clear St 51 1 Re- feree; E: S. 'Jackson. THE BULLETIN BOARD CITY AND DISTRICT Off to Pincher Creek G. president 'the Let hbrhlgo; Board of Trade, has gone to. PiL'i'ner Creek lor a" few days on business. Big Building Permit The building; permit for the Separ ate 'School, upon which work .has al ready been taken out. The permit calls for a building worth ?45, 000. City, May Get Factory Site James, Duff, townsite agent for the Natural. Resources Department of the ,C. P. "R., conferred .with the commis- sioners this .morning after a tour cf the industrial sites and .the .'city in- dustrial, building-location. It is prao tically.- decided th'at the-city will trade .the old power house site; including about one-fifth of an acre., for a tracl near the industrial building. Mr. Duff also, .looked. over the proposed diver- sion of the Macleod trail, consequent upon a "'correction iu the survey re- cently made. Memorial Service Sunday A general memorial service, 'in memory cf the victims of the Empress of Ireland disaster, will be held next Sunday afternoon in Knox church, In conjunction with the special services to be held by the Salvation Many of the leading ministers in the city, as well as the oficers of the Sal- vation Army local corps, will partici- pate, and the general public is invit- ed to attend. Look Wr-e'a Here Some of the visitors in the city to- day are: G. Baumann, Hanna; F. G. Smith, Milk River; D. L. Howard, dis- trict superintendent of telegraphs, Medicine Hat; A. Cazier, of the Ca- zier Construction Co., Cardston; How- ell Harris, rancher, Bcnv Island; J. T. Hehinser. Welling; .T. W. Evans and .F. B.-E3'iison, Raymond; James Neil, Burdett; Dr. Robertson, Raley, T. H. Navin, Moose Jaw, an'd P. K. More- land, New Dayton. Oil Prospectors, Attention D. J. Whitney, on whose farm the Lethbridge Oils, Limited; will iirill, asks that all oil "prospectors 'wishing to see the location and oil seepages on his farm, call at the farm-house for a short while, until a lane is made to the site. He has had considerable trouble owing to the fact that the-gen frral is not aware of tin; ini- j portithce of closing gates on a farm whcii passing through. Rose lushes For Sale Ifsiwly Grown Uoscliuslics, Xotiiiug better for .bedding out 50 cents each Per Dozen Frache Bros. Florixls-- YOU need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand it on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellison llifli Elevator ICE ICE ICE Did You Ever Think What a Saving you can effect in your Meat, Milk, Fruit, etc., Bills, each month by using Ice. Also the comfort and pleasure of cooling drinks these hot days. Delivered daily to all parts of the city Phone 1163 or 462 for terms of delivery WESTERN TRANSFER CO. LIMITED S. O. E'. Notice The of England, H.K. degree, meets on Wednesday evening, at 8 o dock snarn ra the S O. B. hall, ill members arc leciueated to be present, as the election of delegates to rand to be held in Edmonton on July 1, -will take place. Fly Swatting Is Useless Our Dominion rntpmologist says: am convinced that the practical re- allltb of the 11} swatting campaigns that have bepu carried on by 'some o[ :nr are useless as fly- re- ducers But the fact that .one ten- cent packet of WILSON S PLY PADS s cipable of killing a bushel of flies jroies tntnl to he the best of all fly tillers and recommends their contln- 10 is to good housekeepers. WILSON'S FLY-PADS are sold by ill -racers and druggists everywhere. An automatic, stopper to ;bc, attach- ed to decanters opens when -the lat- ter arc turned to pour out their con- tents, closing to exclude dust vihcn the decanters are righted. Hotel Outlet B; C. G.''and L. Snow, Props, 'FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays WRITE FOR INFORMATION. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY At the Coolest Theatre, The EMPRESS, of Weather reports ior the month n May liicniKli some in I cresting mm pariKcns. The maximum amount raiiiliiirfiiu the year, is -U6 while for .the same licriocl in 1010 wliish will lie remembered as parlic tllarly dry, the prrcipitation iimoimt cd to only 2.31. But for vthe moiitl of May, the rainfall this year was .60 inches less than for 1910, the.'OB ure.i licing, for 111 10, and for May'HIM only. 0.ill inches. The re- mainder .of Hie report, anil the rec- ord for 1910 is as follows 101-1 1910 Max. temperature 70.0 88.0 Mb. temperature 21.2 '18.8 I Mean' temperature fil.afi Rainfall.lor month 11.70 fialnfall for first five. months-.........'........ 'l.-Hi 2.31 of bright sun- shine 3I8.S 2'8.7 Signed, H. K. Kiscnliniior, Oflicial Observer. Oil Stock Brokers Larson, Limited and Cardston Investment Co., Ltd. Joint Stock Brokers Handle, HigH ;Class Stocks See our Blackboard and List of Snaps 828-5Lh Street South Phone COS ;