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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. -Tune 5, 1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page'5.' W. B. SHERMAN Mgr. MAJESTIC THEATRE PHONE 646 MISS MAY ROBERTS Supported by L Victor Gillard and a Strong Cast To-morrow night and Wednesday, June 6 and Bernstein's Great Masterpiece "THE THIEF" 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 MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT "THE BARRIER" REX BEACH'S MASTERPIECE A thrilling, heart-gripping story of the Last Frontier Prices 75c and 50c. Phone your order early AN All Star PROGRAM A WINNING MISS' What Farmers Are Doing f MOVING PICTURES, ADVANCED 'Wan of Honor. (Bison.) First'Misunderstanding. (Imp.) Mauds Williams (Character Change Comedian.) IsmaiU Market. Scenic Egypt. Bowling. Craze. (Comedy.) TURNER (Refined Singers and Dancers.) THE FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE Doors open 7.30 First curtain 8 p.m. TAFT SHOWS UP THE "INTERESTS ing to defeat it with (From The Grain Growers' ..Guide.) About December 10 last, a handful of farmers met in the office of Rains Halmvast puSuant to a call to coii- Uider the advisability of "'erecting a flo.ur mill. After an interest-in.? dis- icussion of the milling proposition, the [elevator question found its way in. for a share of considerable discussion. It was a lively little meeting and much .interest was shown. Before the olose of the meeting, the farmers began to talk organization, with the result that literature was 'secured, and a mooting called on February 15, at Grady's Hall. I. F. Rowland presided during the dis- cussion of the organization and its ben efits. A recess was taken for securin names to the organization, .with the re- sult that 32 of our'best-farmers were right there with their pencil and. dol- lar. Having, again been called to order by the chair, the following members were chosen as officers: M. J. Conner, [president; H. vice-president: Geo. B. Snapp, treasurer; W. L. Misen- sol, secretary; S. G. F. Wliiv- itle, B. E. Gibson, M. L. Hanger. E. H. Rams and .las. Hale, directors. By this'time'it .was growing late, and it was decided, that we adjourn until -March 4. The general expression and feeling after the meeting was that a step had been taken in the right dir- ection, for the mutual benefit not only of this local but for .'all farmers in gen jeral. have had four meetings to daxe, and look forward to the next one to be. the best yet. as we are expecting a visit from M. Quinsey, and we feel sure that he wil give" us much needed information on The loading platform and elevator proposition. Our local has also taken considerable interest in the reciprocity pact, and framed a re- solution to Sir Wilfrid Lauricr favor- ing same. were very proud to amendments i learn that, the resolntion reached its BIG STRIKE. STARTS TODAY AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, June thousand union workers at a mass meeting last night in the Horse Show building decided to leave their jobs Monday morning.... The street car men and other em- iployees of the B. "C. Electric Co. de- cided not to strike. On Saturday morning the city'coun- ;cil met the Master Builders and repre- jsentatives of the unions in the after- noon but nothing was accomplished. :The .builders'say they have enough men "to keep their jobs going. Both sides seein> eager for the struggle .which promises to ;be 'a fight to a finish. Considerable concern is felt because of the number of unde- sirables that have drifted into the city in anticipation of trouble. If Be Sure And See R. A. Wright's 5 Window Some Articles Are AVorth Four Times This Amount BATHS Good hot baths always Everything kept clean and sanitary. HOT COLD BATHS M. K. Kaake BARBER SHOP I.O.C.F. Al- exandra Hotel 1 a free ferry installed, as the present charge is considered excessive. Alocal union has recently been or- ganized in the Grain Belt district, with a membership of sixteen. The officers elected .are: President, R. S. Laing; vice-president, I. Lepard; secretary- treasurer.. W. L. Anderson; directors, Ole Hustead, .1. Henderson, K. Hoge, C. A. Florence, C. Johnson, Oscar Ha- This union will be known as the Grain Belt Union. No. the U, F. A., and will meet the second and last Friday of each month at the Grain Belt school house. At our first meeting we endorsed the reciprocity pact and sent resolutions to that effect to Ottawa. DRESS OF GEMS DAZZLES LONDON Mrs. Reid, Wife of Ameri- can Ambassador, Cre- ates Sensation NEGRO STRUCK AT PRES. TAFT Guards Grab Him and, Hustle Him Away- Net Armed Chicago, June Tat't arrived in Chicago at o'clock this afternoon, alighting from a spe- cial train at the .Garn'eld Boulevard- station, where he was greeted by a number of prominent citizens. The president was smiling and apparently in the best of health. Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Rheumatism 0! closely worked together-as to actual- ly form the material of cloth. The skirt was plain, but the sleeves and body were hung with deep and heavy fringes of crystals more than a foot long and over this corsage was a network of pearls, besides her other jewels. Mrs. Reid remarked that she could never wear the gown again because of' its great weight. She showed her} fatigue by sitting the greater part of j the evening in. the frig drawing room, j not moving until supper. Mrs. Charles P. Taft, of Cincin- nati, who accompanied Mrs. Reid, wore blue satin covered all over with dove colored tulle worked with dia- knowledgement of its reception. There reat benefits to be de- could not be accepted. The p'actjdestination, as we received the ae- jis not 'being opposed so much by the w farmers as by the lumber and paper many and grea manufacturing interests. He said the c m e farmers were being buncoed by the jseed oats purclmsed through .Die Grain ________ [interests Into believing that recipro- Growers' Grain Company, o.c' Calgary, icity would injure them. He showed (thereby making a saving of tTnrleen Chicago, June Taft 'that the lumber and paper manufac- 'i cents per bushel ou elevator -charges. made a strone plea for the reciprocity tirers were not being treated unfair? !Our is thinking strongly of nut- _, iv tinjr urr f.n elevator r-nd anv inTonr-a- agreement before the Western omic Society -in this city last night. He exposed clearly the plot of the 'KILLED IN STAGE "interests'- to defeat the pact and ex-! COACH RUNAWAY plained clearly bow, the pact would Yosemite, Cal... June a stage every class in the United coach runaway in the Yosemite Val- Statcs. He flung down the gauntlet jley late today one man was instantly to the opponents and declared he was [killed, three women were seriously la the fight to 1 injured and seven other persons He said that Senator Root was try- tained minor injuries. riOT) from any local or organization of farmers upon this olevaror 'nuesiion would be most gratefully received. In conclusion. I wish to state t.hnt our membership has reac'iod fifi.j--five and the Drospects are good for double that number. We also wish to thank the officers of the central for the interest they have taken in us in our childhood days, and look forward to the time when we may be a greater power and force to the central U.F.A. "Let food digestion wait on appetite, and health on bath! They will if you take They correct stomach disorders, assist, digestion, and make life worth living again for the vietirn of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail them. 35 F NatimMl Drue -nJ Company LimiM. At a meeting of EIMsmere Union held recently it. was decided that as we rould not have our present, secretary- Fred Archambiv, with us during the summer. Harry Davis should fill the vacancy during his ab-1 sence. It was also decided to request tiie central to use their influence to have the bridge which is built over the Belly River, at Diamond City, moved further down the river to War- jreh's Crossing, or failing that to have Rheumatism with its kindred ailments Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc., usually results from lodgments of uric acid in the joints and muscles. Now the chief-function of the kidneys is to properly filter this poison from the' blood. Only when they lail to do this is Rheumatism probable. Kidney weakness starts in various ways. A sudden chill, after perspiring- freely, sometimes settles in the kidneys an unusual strain may cause it. Poisons which should be filtered out of the system are pumped back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, the real cause of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc. j In the early stages Nyal's Stone Root Compound will stop it. j Will start your kidneys working prop- j erly so that the Uric Acid is rcabsorbed i and eliminated. j Away jroes your Rheumatism with it. I Perhaps these early warning twinges i have passed unheeded, and your Rheu- i matism has become deep seated. J Muscles all snarled up In knots as it were.- Then you'll need Nvai's Rheumatic Cure. Ask your own druggist about these remedies. His option is worth while. Sold and guaranteed -ft S5. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. KlGiNBOTH'AM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHSRlDGE A supposedly negro frighten- j ed thousands gathered in Garfield London, June-3. Mrs. Whitelaw j boulevard to greet the president 1-v Reid, wife-of the American ambassa-1 riishing to Mr: Taft's side as ne Ws dor, amazed London by the dress she j entering an automobile and attempt- wore at the duchess of Devonshire's j ing to strike him with his fist, at the hall last night. It was made of >same time shouting wildly mother of. pearl and crystal beads so Bm mi The negro was seen worming his way to a position by the side of the president, but he made his rush be- fore the police could restrain. As the president half, turned; at the Iran's shouts. Captain Morgan Collins and Detective'James Farwell, vho fonn-j ed part of the president'.? body guard, broke through the crush abtut the president and seized the disturb-j er. The president-watched the proceed-j Ings calmly. IT was with difficulty that the police hustled their prisoner out oi the way of the dense press of spectators. j Other police officers pushed backj and pearls as jewels. Society i the 1hronK and the search-; extreme gracious- Cfi for Capons.. None was is talking of the ness of Queen Mary to Mrs. Taft. She. conversed uith her a considerable time, and us she left; the queen shook hands, and turning to go, look- however. The negro was to be; Batts, a porter employed! in a saloon in South Jtjalstead street, j HP said he bad worked'for Mr. Taft for seven months some years ago. .He I was particularly pleased to meet I was tllc >'olice ml'l{ the with Mrs. Taft. one of the i SKlent hafl slartefl away in the auto-j nicest women I have met in a long j j while." ------------------------_ j Douglass, manager of, the j Gait will spend to extend j Thousand Island Steamship Co., has j the Hvdro-Electric system there. i resigned. ed over her shoulder and said One for each everydiy ailment The International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor Round Street Try Our Delicious Ice Cream The best in this town. Wholesale Retail. We Also Carry All Kinds of Fruit and Candies Phone 1078 Give us a trial, and if you like it tell your friends and if you doirt like it tell us. Rex Beack' a rugged. story of Alaska, the last Frontier M Majestic TONIGHT Barrier teeming with trie reckless daring of trie Gold Fields 1C TONIGHT II' Full of Situations is tke seasons strongest offering, estic TONIGHT ;