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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTfF, LKTHBRTDGE DAILY HERALP See Our Window R. A. Wright FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. SELLING OUT. FORMING NEW PART- NERSHIP REMOVING TO NEW STORE. ONLY FIXTURES TO BE REMOVED. THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD THEATRICAL TONIGHT AT THE MAJESTIC, "THE BARRIER.' MISS ROBERTS IB EXCELLENT Company Surprises In Its First Num- ber at the Grand Last Evening A little company of seven people pre- It's many a moon since a better jshow was seen, at'the Ogden Theatre jthan last night's performance of 'The It is'seldom that a pop.ular [se.med "Mrs, Temple's Telegram." a ;novel is dramatized so successfully, j lachrymose farce comedy, to a fair- land not often' is so capable an all-jS'zed crowd at the Grand Theatre last around cast seen here, J evening. For the price the show was Rex Beach's stirring story of Alas-1'he most satisfactory given in Great j THE MARVELLOUS POWERJF FRUIT "FRUIT-HIVES" IS THE ONLY REMEDY MADE OF FRUIT Monday, .Tune 5. CHURCH MONEY Fruit is nature's physician. Fruit juices increase the Hction of liver, bowels, kidneys ami form the greatest known blood purifier. Physi- cians know, however, that it is impossible ka was delightfully told, and ffsve Fails this season, and. leaving tliej to use fresh fruit in practice. large audieuce a most enjoyable ev- rates out of consideration j is made of leninjr. have been many shows for S'.r.O i Miss Helen Ba'rham. as Necia. "the i which were not nearly as good. The jhajfbreed." fascinating in a Very .May Roberts company furnishes a sjood i difficult part, i: is a decided rest to, dollar's worth of excellent comedy in actres? so capable of. inerg-j this play, and the public set? it for ing her own personality in ;hat of to 30 cents. Talk about bar- the character she is playing, and just .sains. _____ word should be said of .Miss Bar- -May Roberts, the protagonist of the In Eve r Wh 'ham's voice; it is wonderfully is one of the. cleverest P e and readily responds to every emo- i men who have ever been SPOIL on the i-aus it is Supplied Free of All tioiJi doai to of the Grand Oiwrn not T ost iwin the sympathv the audience for'barnas any of the "star" women who in making this statement we back it.: [he Necia. !are sent out from New York at the up witn our promise that if our remedy Eczema Is Curable of the juices >f apples, oranges, figs and which contain all the medicinal or healing properties of all fruits. "Fruit-a-tives" acts just like the fresh fruit and ujildly. "Fruit-a-tives" is a tru- stomach certain cure for Constipation and the best Kidney Regu- lator and Klood Purifying .Medicine." 5oc. a box, 6 for 52.50, trial At dealers or. from Fruit-a-lives Limited, daim Character work ot a high class was head of brilliant productions which by Mr. Verne Lay ton. as Dan draw down per sent, because was a jxini hat might have'the star's name is more important tion 01 quibble, return every cent you ;beea easqy overdone, but Mr Laytoa than the title" of her oiav. and be- i cleverly avoided the melodramatic cause people so to see the star and Ke all the risk ;aBd gave a clean-cut interpretation of not the play. "The star's the thing." jau old stage type, the Western "bad and 52.50 is a small offering for ?commend Rexall .the privilege of being allowed to gaze re" In fact all of the company deserve 'or three soulful hours on the ravish-} ou tke zema Ointment, which possesses The first UP the general standard, and, Miss Roberts has a "res." too. That Mr. Win M. Chapman, as John Gale. I is to say she has a "rep." in two ways. a refreshing: sense of relief, and quickly sub-sides and overcomes H did some excellent work. Poleon 'She has a the Doret is not so important a character! and a "rep. en. meaning reputation. meaning repertoire. She I pres It is intended to be applied with a pie' piece appli affords bioi acne, sect and wounds. Eczema Lad irritation of the feet, is ideal for who are tormented with itching, ing and disfiguring skin diseases. Trv box at our risk. Two sizes. 50c and 51.00. Remember It is only sold at cur RexaJ! Store. J D Higinbotham Co., Ltd.. agents. and the drama as in the story, but Mr.'has made a reputation playing reper- 1 George A. Cleveland got all there was toire. and anyone who saw herein ".Mrs. i SftlGS in Britain-Home Rule Postponed London, .lime" If an important situation is developing at all. it is outside, rather than inside Priests Outwitted th Government of France Paris. June report of the senatorial committee which IMS been! iuve.st.igating the -disappearance of j church funds, explains how the bil- lion frar.c-s which expected to he realized from property Of religious congregations, dwindled to thirty 11 million francs or about enough topryjj vide for the aged members of the or-1 dors This amount is all that is left J in the fcantJs ot tlic statt-. The re-j port shows how rhc church oiitman-j oeuvred the state and checkmated the i scheme of obtaining money for the. secular schools. Legal actions, some- times to the 'number of thirty, were brought against the state liquidator and fought to the highest courts. As generally happened the claimants dts-, appeared, leaving ihe estate liable For I all costs. The report points out that! the congregations obtained the best j legal advice gratuitously, while the j state depended upon the divided coim-1 scl of several departments. This boiler does it economi- cally and well. It is built for sou coal js easily adaptable to wood. It is so constructed that the, water absorbs all the not an atom goes up the chimney unless you use the dir- ect. draft. The flues 'are large and easily they are reached through the doors on front of boiler near top The boiler is built in sections. flniJ can be at any time It fc i rhls for either hot luldins'lou can -jhavc been avoided, has caused FOUR MEN FINISH COURSE TO ROME nsmm i- Were enough to poise last umtment relieves.; Morning _ Examiner. ;and it will be interesting to see how; comment' U is believed that, the prob "The Barrier" will appear at the! she handles Bernstein's role in i icm ?ains a complexion by this i CHEVALIER AT THE MAJESTIC sue handles Bernstein's title role in I lcm a new complexion by this lhe firsi LJ1C Ul "The which she will produce j speech, which is regarded as an indiJ stein's famous "Thief." in has been hof.ravpri i-K-jt i oaturday. In landing. One pi these Heating Systems can be installed at a very reasonable figure. Let us send you information on this system. Send in the coupon now. are the largest supply house iu the for" fine Plumbing Supplies. Metals; Limited Lethbridge Calgary Address, and Edmonton Metals Limited: Please send me information on heating systems. Name METHODS OF A LOCAL FIRM COMMENDED PUNISHMENT .bill on Tues Albert Chevalier has been for many stein's famous "Thief." in which Yfiss has been betrayed, that is that the years before the public, and still the Roberts is pronounced as most excel-j compromise -will cordiale" appears to be as jlenl- iiirm as ever. His humor, fris pathos. jthe cosiness of his talk know no AND BLOOM SETTLED i home rule' be Deponed iinarch ot the clock. To from Many amusing incidents occur In Amorally believed that Mr. Balfour's with a i bittt-r hatred of home rule AND BLOOM SETTLED To judge from he received at Ma- theatrical life'and in dealin Rome, June the fourth titcstaiit to reach Rome, the end of THE GOOD CO., GROCERS, SUBJECT OF AN ARTICLE IN TRADE PAPER In j Une ''n wilicn Lethbridge is re- be reached between i Wlng and a Vropfllcr on his ma- this spring conies Tl-o vptr A i bt'uecn chine were broken secured -i through the eKterprise of one of our u.e bill and the reiormaiion otl becurtu .1 v R o f t, 7 aerouh'ne -uid 11 i cai b. Gooa, of the t .he Lords on the understanding it is to Rome Le a the gold medal for an article en aviator, arrived at Genoa'at 7.15 a. "Co'nstructi.ve written AUTOMOBILE LIVERY We have for hire a.30 h. p. Case Auto, the finest car in Lethbridge. Com- petent chauffeur. Piione 666 J. RHODES, Prop. i jfamiliar. The coster is a distinctly ed." r that is At the district court this t0 the is featured in the Winter found William 'omedy guilty ot causing bodily harm upon jaiier's art that notwithstanding Kmil Smith, at Taber. He was given his impersonation fuliv S T" tbree months' hard labor, fined S50, fearers, with wonderful S m adVertiS' if not paid, an additional three jail the old characters and -favorires months. jirere portrayed. the airman postponed IMS departure 11' for Rome pending instructions "A Winning Miss." Chev- has a contract which stipulates That matter used by the management. When in Si "Standing: an Indian charg frt with horse elected to be tried by the Stipreffle Court. hisbr nis "pearlies" tfe'coner Winnipeg, June. -Bumber. 591 Redwood avenue, took rat poison and died- shorily afterwards. He -.vas 52 years old. FIGHT BETWEEN PRESIDENT TAFT AND U.S. SENATE peared in the Spring and Export Xum j the avintion f.n TI r, ber'' has a wide circulation all the auation committee. The Roman over the BrHish Empire Md thrQ W M.p DO YOU t OV I A WINNING MISS committee telegraphed Le Prince that his passage over the Italian stage of the race would ribt registered, as he was not a regularly entered con- testant. Le Prince only asked that ns of his ar- en Pate a Company Bloom Toronio' did Junc 5-A to tile e DYSPEPSIA Can Be Cured. country iles Tvith his conviction that 'E canrt take a out of I." Ali these together "Mrs. '.Enery -Orkins'' and "My Old Dutch" hackneyed though they may i-he, had still about them a novelty, a (freshness and a power of charmina: .p. CHAUFFEURS bill gotten out by the the- President Taft's Chicago speech in special matinee, j favor of the reciprocity bill has ap- d at once protested to Boj'le Vvool- j patently not improved the progress k, his manager, that it -was in vio- j of that measure in the senate. I "is of bis contract, and supposing j efforts to deime the issue as between responsible, j the senate and people has caused re- call his at- I sentment among: the' anti-administra- The tioa republicans. Senators like Mc- received IT-IT The of Xorth Dakota, and La Follette, of Wisconsin, whose stock in trade has been their advocacv of out the United States. I nient. This magazine's gold medal compe-1 He would not tolerate advertising tition was open to all Canada, and the j on holel registers, bill boards and other prizes sbow that competitors isuch H.ke- To him publicity by the entered from all parts of the Domin- medium of the d'aily (ion. The medal is an award for an j PaPers secures the best results for the ong the route outline of the best methods of creat-1 mone-v sPent. Of course, lie changes ing business. The par-1the ads- daily. One of 'Mr. Good's ads agraph, written bv the Editor, reads: !w5l'cb appeared in the was re- "Out in Lethbridge, in sunny Alber-i produced as a specimen of a grocery ta, X. B. Good, of the Good Co., has that sells the goods, been transacting business in such features referred to 'the AAT i systemaLic manner that he has been !aPPHcation of the golden rule in busi- uU tm iSlKIKr worthy a i ness ouying: testing goods at home, position of honor in this contest, 'AS educatfn" the clerks to speak intellt- ________ retailer he has given a most compre- I ?entl-v of good? sold, regular delivery.' hensive survey of the methods he has "Se of tne telephone, handling in car- Over Six Thousand Taxi-'USed in up trade iD 'boi-h Iots' and nothing but the best ajki j tions. All his ideas are clear-cur, and I Drands- Cab Men fn Paris qUlte evident he has neliev-' The store equipment is-described as ed in them sufficiently to risk a con-.! follows: "Xow, as to store equipment- siderable amount of money on their !and fixtures: the Good-Co.'s store is X. well-working or otherwise. There evidently dressed better than manv. to prove that d to ofom may be some of these with which our He says they have a meat slicer, an readers will not agree. The Good Co., electric coffee mill, three computing however, has proved the efficiency of' scales, cash register, cheese cutter, a Paris, June 5. The forty-eight hour strike of the taxicab chauffeurs which way inaugurated last night, was complete this and the itftem' aud for that reason their survey self-measuring oil city was tied up so fur as'travelling'at least' wil1 work harm to no I and fans, vegetable fountain by this method is concerned. Six Introducing New Lines ;in tne window, three silent salesmen. and the Sen- went render life a burden to the Victim of dyspepsia, may be promptly cured i by of Burdock Blood Bitters. j regulates the stomach, liver and I boweis." stimulates secretion of the, saliva j gastric juice to, facilitate digestion, j puriEes the blood, and tones up the entire stern. Mrs- Herman Dickens, Benton, N.B., writes: "I have used Burdock Blood !a'ver: Bitters and !l DELIBERATE WRECK and forty- six of tin's number were detailed as pickets te sec that strike-breakers were not working. Tiie strike is a of introducing lines. Regarding STALAND went to the grill ro investigate j St. Thomas, Ont.. June -T.-Deswe at l S tlllie as il coracs and returning asked Air. Bloom to ac-ithe tnat last week's IvI. R.! holidays, company him. "The man -behind the wreck, .af R'dgecown, when two men! bar- said all he knew about it was change" of program is one t if) men bad come in and ordered rare excellence and would be a .Miss Cocktails." and wh-n hard proposition to choose which one he had tried TO collect thev had U-as the leading feature, all being of "Why these are on and' .x__nigh class standard, depicting ed to a nwriv ._ were killed, was after all an accident, i CROWN PRINCE OF SIAM it can be stated positively that the that the week was deliberate. this the article reads as follows: j "Success nas foliowea every effort, j An old superstition prescribed that To put it into his own words: Our those, who were affected Vith ague lirm were enabled to secure -the sole j would visit at dead of night the near- agency for a line of canned goods, est crossroad five different times and had never offered to the ljlea new-laid egg, the disease S ed to a neatly framed sign on give suck relief in HvanencJ-s i scenery, which are the. back .bar which read: id find that few medicines can exquisite photography, acting and h, t relief in dyspepsia and stomach which are the leading attrac- W T was trmiMfirf fnr o tion in I "Try a Winning Miss Cocktail With Max Bloom. .troubles. I was troubled for a number of years with dyspepsia, and could get no relief until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters. II took three bottles and became cured, and I can now eat- anything without it hurting me. I -will highly recommend it to all who are troubled with stomach trouble." Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. tion in picwredom. This program should not be missed as it is one" that cannot be surpassed. Tor Wednesday and Thursday he paid the management, have secured a big" fea- ture, namely, "The Fall of which is an absolutely authentic re- production of the Troijan war Th's film cost to produce and is one of the most magnificent pictures ever put before the public. i Bloom took one look and fled, but bill. PLANS FOR NEW POSTOFFICE at Night. Back Was So Weak. Tokio, June Russian volun- teer fleet steamer Ryasan, while bound j for Vladivostock today ran ashore on a jree.f near Nagashahi. All of the pas- 'sengers. among whom were the Crown Prince of Siam, were saved. The Jap- anese warship Iwato has been dispatch- ed to assist the Ryasan. public before in the Lethbridge dis- trict. We filled the window with these goods, and advertised them ex- be buried. If the experiment failed, they, attributed it to some un- lucky accident that may have befall- }Veak, lame and aching backs are the primary cause of kidney trouble. When the back aches or becomes weak it is a warning from the kidneys that evcrv- thing is not right with them. Heed the warning: cure the weak, j lame, aching back and dispose of any chances of further trouble. _ If you don't do this, serious complica- tio_ns are very apt to arise and the first thing you know you will be troubled with Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's Disease, the deadly forms of Kidney The deputy minister of public' threVmosi orKs. Ottawa, jn reply to a ques-i Trouble. by Senator De Yeber. as to the! n sign'of anything now post office at Lethbridge, Kidney Pills be takenT ''that the chief architect has the -v ?0 tr) the of the trouble and tion or accommodation under strengthen the kidneys, thereby strength- 1 the back. A Surprise In Store For Y Vsion with the post office department 'VIrs' John PuiSh- Man., soon as th- offic- ,haveuVsed Kidney J in-, anrj fjrjj Knot r i Pi'is and find nothing to beat them i quired i.s decided upon plans could not rest at night my back was DP n- i TfJS'J L" T _. .1.7 MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. June and tensiv'ely in' the Leihbridge tnem on the. way. paper, and we have sold more canned goods this year than ever -before. So marked was the effect of this sale that people come in now of their own volition, and ask for that particular line of goods. The manufacturer had never advertised in this section. He dresses his windows usually once a week. He also reposes implicit confidence in the value of systematic interior display. They have installed closing prices in Winnipeg and Amer-. dust-proof bin "fixtures throughout tl> ican markets are: wheat opened 1.00 and closed LOO 3-4; October-opened 90. closed 90. opened 37 1-2. closed 37 .VS. opened closed 2.20. Winnipeg Northern 99, 2 Northern 96. 3 Northern 93, No. 4 ST. No. 5 78. No. 6 73. 2 C. 36 1-2. N. W. 2.18. American Markets. store, give the goods always a neat appearance, and in the provision de- partment, there is a covered marble- top counter, and two large oak finish- ed refrigerators for the proper care of butter, eggs and cheese, lard and cured meats. How Advertising Pays Him In the article Mr. Good states that j'be proceeded with .speedily. jj ftfc 514 'ur Phone No. Is 514 i IMPROVJNG S. A. BARRACKS The painters are busy todav paint- in.s the Salvation Army barracks and put.ting it in a modern condition. Not been sold, the Army are fixing t so that it can be used for some ime yet. j weak. I tried every thins.' but could not Dscember opened 92 1-2, get anything to do me "any good until I was told by a friend to" use Doan's Kidney Pills. T tried them and T am not the same weak woman I was before. I am very thankful to have found so wheat opened 1 he is an advertiser, but in but 8, closed 98 1-8: September opened S3 3-4; rinsed 93 5-8: December opened P3 7-8. closed .93 1-2. 93 1-2. clos- ed 93 ]-S: September opened 90 3-4, COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA la good for Growing Girli and they Kke it It nourishes their little bodies" and them healthy and Jtrong. Cowmn's COCOA, ms you get it from your grocer, is absolutely pare. Its deliaom is obtuced by Ae use of higheii of Cocoa beaas. skilfully blewied. Nothinf is aelded to iroptir ihe keah{ bmlding of the speedy a cure." Doan's Kidney are 50 pe? box or 3 for Sl.C.x at all dealers or mailed direct, on rereipt cf price by The T. Mil- bum Co.. Ont. ir ordering direct specify Doaa' LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK Liverpool. June Rogers Co. report today that there was very Mule change in the general conditions et Birkenhead. Saturday's prices for ooth oatiie and sheep were well main- tained. States and Canadian steers cold from 12 ro .12 3-4 cents, weihers at 11 l-2c and lambs at 13 l-2c per Ib. the newspaper. In speaking of this he tells of obtaining direct results from one of his ads. One day he an- nounced in the evening newspaper arrival of a shipment of corn on flie i j cob. and he says that the next day his profits on these goods alone were I three times the cost of the advertise-'! went. j j Fn another instance one hundred I cases of cherries arrived at. the store, j rnd he placed an advertisement in the j evening paper. day the cherries I were cleared, with a no; profit jnst tuirty times the cost of the advertide- Do You Use Cowan's Cocoa? 171 ;