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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911. THE LETJIBRTDfiE DAILY HER ALP Pasre MAJESTIC THEATRE, MONDAY, JUNE 3rd The Mining Play of the Rex Beach's great story of the Alaskan gold fields Dramatized by Eugene Presbury from Rex Beach's book of the same name A complete scenic production, direct from its long run at the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York City Prices 75c and 50c Sale now open W.-B. SHERMAN Mgr. PHONE 646 MISS Supported by L. Victor Giliard and a Strong Cast Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6th and 7 til-Henri Bernstein's Great Masterpiece N. Roberts uses the Translation as played by Geo. Alexander and Irene Vaudrugh at the St. James Theatre, London SPECIAL PRICES 50c, 35c. GALLERY 25c BATHS Good hot baths always ready. Everything kept clean and sanitary. HOT COLD BATHS 3 M. K. Kaake BARBER SHOP I.O.O.F. Al- exandra Hotel r fTV 111i A RAIN i! MAJESTIC THEATRE j W. B. SHERMAN, Mgr. PHONE 646. To-Night Only FREDERICK SHIPMAN PRESENTS ALBERT CHEVALIER ENGLAND'S GREATEST CHARACTER ACTOR Assisted By Edna Blanche Showalter--------- THE AMERICAN BASSO Myron W. Whitney---------- John C. Holliday--------------------------PIANIST Gallery 75c SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT BOX OFFICE LAURIER'S CAUSE London Journals Disagree as to Effect of Position He Took DR. WORKMAN'S COOUNSEL MAKE STRONG ADDRESS Montreal, .Hme i'. In the libel suit of Rev. Dr. Workman, in which he Wesleyan 11. Stephens, K. C.. addressed a crowded court this morning on behalf of Dr. Workman. He said that from evidence heard claims from I Theological College, London, June The London ne'vs- papers are taking active interest m j the discussion of the imperial confcr- of the treaty ot" London, seme j being favorable and some opptwel ito the stand taken by the represetii- iatives of the dominions in the (.here no doubt whatever that Dr. Workman been illegally dismiss- ed, and grossly defamed and libelled and deprived of means of livelihood, i The action of those responsible for dismissal, counsel said, were more worthy of the dark ages than of the -Oth century. A so-called Christian body had plotted to drive a brother Christian of the college. His dismissal was finite irregular and to justify their action his persecutors The International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor Round Street to his teachings. The address for the prosecution is expected to continue the greater part of the day. ,' The Times affirms that if the j defamed Dr. Workman in regard 'speech delivered by Sir Wilfrid Lnur jier regarding the ratification of the i declaration were carried to its ]ogjcaJ conclusion it would involve a com- plete rupture of the connection itween Canada and the Empire. So i long as -Canada flies the British flr-.g jjust so long will she ke regarded In- foreign powers as part of the British Empire and no reasons can affect this JEARTHQUAKES CAUSED PANIC j Charleroi. Belgium, June at 11 o'clock last night in the communes of GoSseli, Runsart and Juniet caused a panic among the poo- Tbewest in this Wholesale Also Carry All Kinds of Fruit and Candies Phone 1078 Give us a. trial, and if you like it tell your friends and if yon don't like it tell us. Pin cher City. June shower of about two hours' duration last night and a bright warm day fol- lowing is the happy news from Pin- cuer Citv today. Better growing could not be had. W. P. Laidlaw is applying a coat M of paint to his .buildings which great- 'ly improves rheir appearance. .Miss Emma Reynolds is visiting 'friends in Lethbridge. L. B. Merriam, chief engineer of 'the new railway which is-building be- tween Pincher City and Beaver Creek coal mines, states that grading on the new railway is progressing very rap- idly and he is hopeful that the road will be ready for the rolling stock by September. L. Wood has started a harness shop here. Miss Hill is spending a few-days in the city visiting friends. H. Galvin. of Leihbridge, was here on a business trip a few days ago. There will be no room 'or the C. V. R. car shops in Pincher City if all who are now planning to build will do so. MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENING 7 to 11 'obligation short of a vote by the Can- The destroyed many adian parliament declaring Canada and damaged the furniture SPECIAL SPECIAL (independent, a state of things w'uch Premier -Laurier himself would 03 the i first to resist. The Daily News also dealing vilh jthe attitude taken by Canada's pre- ifflier regarding the declaration spoke ;of his depreciating the sharing- of the [Imperial government with dominions !in u number of houses. Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will Pay You Wei! to Make Sure There'? been a lot of "guessing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- CLARESHOLM NEWS ROBERT EMMETT A Famous Irish Drama IJoint control mentioned .by Sir Wilfrid i might lead to divider) counsels on the .matter and would certainly commit to I any resulting any dominion which i ,had -been consulted. Mere a situation would immediately arise, points out khe News, which would immediately 'conflict with the autonomy of the I J dominions. j The Express opposing the ratifica- jtion of-the'declaration says it strikes I blow, at nalional and imperial safe- allv, but Claresholm, June S. Hotch- kiss, of Krinronion, was here today. At ihc Rev. H. H. and Mrs. Wilkinson, a Fred "Vanskivc-r sojti ouf his business to Arthur Grice, who comes irorn Kingston, Ont. Tomorrow the football. team and u can be dead sure tiiatTh'ttle i to take part in. NATIONALISTS GIVE TO OVERSEAS DINNER PREMIERS London. June -The Overseas AVIATORS HAD NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Hyeros. France, June ant Luca of the French army and his .-of its foreign policy ;tnd said that the pain across back came trom de-hhe postponed celebration there. The creased kkinev action. j h The duty is to filter the blood j tiniioriiis are. due to arrive short W. A. Cornwall, of the Bank of one on a month's like absorbent coiton in a funnel filters i the impurities from polluted When the kidneys are nor working you has are bound for one of two holiday. betes and Bright's Disease or Rheuma-j The'lvin" posts -is lived hv the tism. Lumbago and Sciatica. The for-' 1hC mer course is usually fatal, .and the latter are nmv up. They are always painful, hut. you need not have sn'ong posts with a pipe for they buth can be easily pre-ityinsr on. The posts are puinteii green jwiln metal on lop to .prevent horses I-rentiers guests cf City Na- j passenger. M. Mennequin. had a.-nar- tionalists at dinner at the '.House Commons last night. There were no speeches.-but Mr. Redmond said: "We owe deep gratitude to these great countries which haye given a home to so many of our row eecape from death today while attempting to conclude the first stage of the Paris-Rome-Turin aero- plane race. Each man sustained- a broken leg. The aeroplane was. .de- molished. erv be5t for all i i ins. >.ti y ucni ;n ipi ivn IIH an ivia- :t-y but there will be no slackening in ney troubles is Aval's Si one Root Corn- j jthe tremendous forces arrayed in op- I pound. It is no felR WILFRID CANNOT GO TO GLASGOW Glasgow. June Lord Slayer Jja.s been informed by Sir Wilfrid Banner that it will tbe impossible foe htm to visit that city and receive its freedom with the other Overseas premiers on July 6. SERIOUS EARTHQUAKE IN DUTCH WEST St. George, Grandia. D. W. I.. June violent earthquake shook this city and neighboring villages at. 3.14 o'clock yesterday. A number of hou- ses were destroyed and several per- sons injured. {position to iis rarificarion. j The Morning Post i Premier Laurier a ratification as a, meant; by medicine, I fa vnr of Thr uiajuriiy arc in ise L'larcsholn? is a scientihc prescription composed _ sr remarks that as Ot and other 1 reincrjics ot proved tnan ippears to regard that. it has bc-t-n nrovc-d bv thrwarjds a i, it v who have had relief from its use. p'n w.hich the of Canada mighl be assured j nothing quite ?o miserable as !without, militarism it is easy to under- i th? rfraSsin? reruns of sick kidneys. I stand by the foreign 'sMtement is well cultivated to Von are "s you wiili your own future so simple a precaution. will be. The risk of ac- il is small, though of course, a way might do some damage. The hiisier appearance with n. nurniier of tied up on the streets and it is ai! risht in the summer at .jthe adhesion of Canada iy the dec-! Stone Root Compound when results" are 'laration. The Post also assert? that i certain. !Sir Wilfrid who prefers the urgent Jt gives i vow rest, and rouil.-ir! al and makes (position of -treedor.i tVl'lt j as a pleasant Jionie treatment with Nyal's anv S. C. blad-Jc: so that v.-hen jjfe rtnce j Britain is .at war. Canada might give j The iivcr gnci bjaddo' are all jher as much or as little help as she j dependent UHOTI one and Xyal's J (please? or in fact stand out altos'otli- ier if she saw fit, T'niiappily. how-i ever, foreign powers the j i right, to treat tho wi-oip empire a? belligerent if it suits (heir purpose r-articularly 10 So'd and guaranteed ] or no resvui'd to ships or commerce of Canada, except for !capture or molestation. SHOE POL Needs just a daub, a rub? and you have a. last- i ing and easily revived shine. Polo conies m the BIG- hox. At all grocers and shoe stores. 1 "Good for the Weather" INSPECTOR DEW GETS DAM- AGES FROM MONTREAL STAR London. .Tune Dew's I action against :he Montreal Star for jlibel wap settled todaj, but the terms [were not disclosed. ALBERiA DPUG ii COOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSCN COPE W. P. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE J.ewis lu'S gone to Pincher (.'reek 10 iriiin the sirni (Jrcasy Peie, ilu-rp 'P'c AuriruHnra! Society meel next to .cet busy on the Fair ar- lUi.feim-nis. T; io lutvc ;i of sports. ViiciriE. on Co! iT'i: TJierc uouiii he ;iiiv lii'rse rueinc; to niirnun! nnyJliini''. ilutt hpino; ove Kair. JERE'S the very thing you'll want thi JL JL "IDEAL" Hammo-Couch. You can tell to look at it how much more comfortable and serviceable it is than the saggy, skimpy, shifty half-moon kind. Has springs, and a soft, substantial mattress on a steel frame base. Covered with heavy tan drill. Strong and roomy. Built for real comfort and good service. Sup- ported by steel frame, or sold separately to hang from ceiling. Write to-day for FREE Ramino-Coueh booklet and of stores where you can see it, sit in it and realize what a treasure It is. Adiiress our office nearest you. Ask for Booklet No. SIR WILFRID'S SPEECHES London. June 1. The "VV SDEAL BEDDING C LIMITED i'Jazeue. regard inj: Sir Wilfrid Lanr- i ler's spef'chos today says i.haf ihey ahva-v? bf 2 Dourer of pride to the Frencli-Cianadian who pavp PIK-H TORONTO Ons for Be get the