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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. 6.1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD W. B. SHERMAN Mgr. MAJESTIC THEATRE PHONE 646 MISS MAY ROBERTS Supported by L Victor Gillard and a Strong Cast To-night and To-morrow Bernstein's Great Masterpiece "THE THIEF" N. B.-Miss Roberts uses the Tran.Iation as played by Geo. Alexander and Irene Vaudrugh at the St. James Theatre London SPECIAL PRICES GALLERY 25c AUTOMOBILE LIVERY We have for hire a 30 h. p. Case Auto, the finest car in Lethbridge. petent chauffeur.. Phone 666 RHODES. Prop. AN All Star PROGRAM AT THE AL WOMAN LAWYER OPENS AN OFFICE IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, June other gentler sex, but were .unsuccessful. Since then nothing has' 'been done jaboiit the matter, Isrunlikely I that Miss French will allowed to jpractice. I GAY SEASON House Parties, Dinners, Balls, Coro- nation Festivities London, June functions, as house parties, dinners and morning the .members of the legal fra- (balls, incident to the coronation, are ternity at Supreme Court chambers [becoming so numerous that combined in Vancouver were startled by the the unusually not weather, they appearance of a young lady seated jare driving the people to seek outdoor at the table, where heretofore, only jrecreation and the theatre managers, male personages who follow the anticipated a harvest from the twists and turns of the law have jinflux of visitors to London, find London, June members of the Imperial Conference put in a bu'sy day yesterday and had a number of questions under discussion. Premier Fisher's resolution that it was ad- visable in the interests of the United Kingdom and the Dominions that the efforts to i'avor British manufactured goods and shipping as far as is prac- tical, which was introduced last Fri- day, was discussed at some length, but again laid over for further con- sideration until June 15. Premier Fisher was father of an- other resolution to the effect that it was desirable that the attention of i. the governments of the United King- dom and the colonies be culled to the state of the navigation laws of the empire and other countries with a view of securing the uniformity of treatment to British shipping and prevent unfair competition with for- cign ships, and also asking the pro- motion of the employment of British seamen tin British vessels, raising their status and improving their con- ditions. The resolution carried unani- mously with the amendment proposed by Rt. Tion. Sydney Buxton that j "the United Kingdom and the Domin- j ions" instead of the "United King- dom and the colonies." Rt. 'Hon. Sydney Buxton moved "that the governments of the various dominions should consider in concert with the. imperial government the possibility and best method of utiliz- ing the machinery of the national j system .of Labor Exchange Act of) in connection with the notifiea-j tion of vacancies for employment and j applications of persons for employ- nient as between the dominions and; United Kingdom.'' Sir Wilfrid j Laurier and-Hon. Egerton BatchelorJ of Australia, said that such a plan was. not feasible and would cause The Internationa! Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor Round Street The best in this town. Wholesale Retail. We Also Carry All Kinds of Fruit and Candies PhoiielOZS Give us a trial, and if you like it tell your friends and if you don't like it tell us. j 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 labor troubles if attempted. The resolution was withdrawm. INCORPORATED been allowed. It was Miss Mabel French, a full- j them selves confronted with half emp- ty houses. fledged" lawyer, able to argue cases 'before the highest-court in the land, 'a who appeared for the first time in the .k01136- George and Queen Mary law courts of this city. j attended the dinner, but on account Miss'French was called to the bar mourniaS fo? John of Den- Blairmore, June village "of 31airm.ore has at last passed success- 'ully through all the throes of "grow ng through all the devious technicalities and legalities of Gov- ernmental documents, and, is in the Lord and Lady Derby- Saturday held f CltiZ6n srand dinner and ball at Derby town. The government, how- in'New Brunswick a year or so ago, and after remaining there for a short time came to Vancouver. She has been in the. city for about six months, and is connected with the firm of Russell and Hannington. mark, left before the dancing began. MINISTER KILLED Ross, CaL, June Cecil Mer- rill was killed and Rev. was probably fatally injured here to- Last year the Woman's University Iday when a new fire engine on which club made an attempt to secure ad- jthey and eleven other ministers were mission to the bar for lawyers of the Aiding, upset. Capital, Rest and Undhlded Total Assets Over The Temptation to Spend money which is earning Interest in this Bank is far less than the temptation to spend from the pocket. If you make a practice of depositing your spare cash regularly you will-be much better off at the end of the year.' One Dollar will open an account. Why not start one now in our Savings Department Wain Office ccr. Round A Redpath Sts.G. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of Si and upwards, on.which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small deposits are welcomed. 234 Accounts may be opened in the names'of'two or more persons, to be operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the money after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. we must be very careful in tht use of this new title and will not let us use it publicly for two months, when we may become sufficiently ac- customed to the term to accent; it correctly, even-in the best The double tennis court is at last completed. It is a splendid task, well done, is everything that .the profes- sional player can desire. We are proud to say without any atteniptvat boasting, that we have, in Blairmore, recreation grounds second to none in the province. Miss Turner, who has been Princi-' pal of Blairmore public schools, for the last two years, has asked for six months' leave ot absence. Two new teachers are thus required'for. the en suing term one for Principal and one for the new room that is to be opened after the summer holidays. Mr. Theabaultl, alias who so nearly perished in the woods only a couple 01 weeks ago, is back at South Fork, apparently little the worse his experience. Wetmore, who has ed in The Crow's Nest Pass Hard- ware Store, for the past two years, has purchased the Flour and "Feed business of W. Wolstenholmes. He took-over the business last Tuesday. IVSr. Lambert has accepted a posi- tion as bookkeeper in The 41 Co, We have been told on good author- ity that Rev. C. W. Gordon, has in- fornied the other members of the Con ciliation Board, that he will arrive in Coleman tortrorrow (Tuesday) and will re-opeu the "Court" as soon as possible afterwards, in that town. FT. Ly-on spent Friday last at Beav- er looking over the new town- site there. Mrs. R. Mac Vicar, of Crow's Nest, was a visitor in town last week. We understand that Mr. and Mrs. MacVicar will be back amongst us at an early date. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson and family moved into the house lately vacated) by Mrs. Clifford. We learn with considerable regret that, the L. 0. L. are going to cele- brate in Lethbridge, instead of Blair- more, as at first agreed upon. Mrs. Berry, of Pinchcr Creek, ar- rived last Tliursdav with her house taking a house in the eastern part of the" Mr. Berry is detained in Pincher a few days taking the census. DEMONSTRATE LEADER HAULM CANNOT BE MOVED The Conservatives are En- Get Him to Recant Ottawa, June efforts f have been made-during the past three tes and seasons to enable by .the Conservative party man jboth those now and those to induce Hon. F. iW. G. Haul- junder training for such tne Conservative' leader in Sas- jto qualify to teach physical exercises, katchewari, to recede from his atti- Jc is expected that during the autumn ,tude of cordial support of the reci- 'schaoi term' a special instructor may 'Procity agreement, and join forces be provided at Edmonton and Ca2- the federal opposition leader in gary to enable the teachers of these 8ght against the pact. cities and the immediate neighbor- they have been unsuccessful.' i 01 i -p hood to secure instruction in physi- Ifc is felt tnat 'Mr. Haultain's stand Witt! rnysical 1 raining training, and thus'be in a position as he was .by all his fol- Pji- o i jto such instruction when'neees- in the Saskatchewan 'legisla- UDllG OCnOOlS !sary- Arrangements will also foe tire> constitutes a very great embar- _ (made, as opportunity presents itself to Mr. Borden's coming an- imprormg the .whereby the teachers in the smaller ti-reciprocity ICl I j _ _ DR. STEWART IS MEMB Of the Committee to Deal "tiy of liness and obedience, and, at tto same time, inspiring the boys with a spirit of patriotism Lord Strathcona of in mill- SUCh as 'been has donated the sum of 00 be 'under the [which has been placed with the Do- Sapervisl011 of uaa uccu W1U1 LD.Q Vancouver, June o.-Between three miniotf government, and drawing in- Stratncona Trust 'For the con- t has been strongly appealed to r political allies at Ottawa, but ,his declared convictions that' be a good thing for ;d for Canada as a have apparently remained un- Mr. Borden A ing trades work this morning. annum thus vi Qf i-rangements haye been .made The bricklayers, however, refused to 'the above objec't The administration the .course in. physical train- ra the WlH be coni'bined in- oin them. The street railway an. men of the trust has been Thc bujlders that their bujld ;ed of representatives from each of operations are going on as usual, and .that they had more men for non-union jobs than they had work for The strike leaders say they and- itia council. representing competency to in- struct in both physical training and advanced military drill includino- For some time negotiations have rifle shooting been in progress between the exec-j TT, utive council and the educational L e Strathc0na Trust: ha satisfied with the situation as they authorities of the province with the teachers takin have all the men out that are that arrangements have been 'be sary to carry their point. jmade whereby the However, man? hostile demonstra-l participate in the benefits of tions against non-union men and the jthe trust. COMrse- If suc' working bricklayers took place. The In order to facilitate-the adoption police were called up several times to ;of the general rules and regulations their homes give protection, but no serious riots jlaid down by the executive council to the agreement in that reek8 hence. It is safe to say that the reciproc- ity issue will be handled gingerly in all Saskatchewan meetings, and other issues affecting the West'will be thrust in the foreground. FIRE IN--BASE-BALL PARK Springfield, 111., June early .5 arranged .'this morning destroyed the grand gr this double jstand and box office of the Three-Eye railway fare jLeague baseball park in this city. It school and a subsistence al- jis believed the fire was of incendiary Oi 3. rtatr .rtrio'iTt Tha IJH.OO jmade whereby the schools of Alberta e an'ce of a during the .'origin. The loss is estimated at took place. and to adapt them to the varying lo- The course of physical exercises C. N. R. GETS IT Vancouver, June It is reported that the Mackenzie and Mann inter- adopted is the sylla- ,'ests intend the Western Fuel 'committee has been constituted for ieacM Province, which has declared its 'adhesfon to the scheme. The com- thine ever produced tt e most wonder- j ful mechanism in the world. It is sheer economic waste not to keep chairman. your body in the best condition. D. S. 'MacKenzie.' Deputv Minister There is no valid excuse for allowing the tissues to become attacked by the D f white plague. You need your health and vv- flmr, Edwards, University Canada needs you. Insure against it by building up your reserve forces and bodily 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. cal conditions, especially in regard to f fc ;the instruction of teachers a local physical exercises for public j Company's land and mines for four schools, 1.909, dollars. The loan is now by the Board of Education, England, 'pending. It is said an option was se- with such modifications as have -heen cured some time ago. found necessary. Copies of this MULOCK GETS CONTROL Toronto, June is reported that ;Cawthra Mulock, the Toronto million- build a aire, has secured control of the Fed- eral Life Insurance Co. of 'Hamilton. A Good Defence Against the Wnite Plague No one'can afford to lessen their pro found necessarv fn-iW ducing poTver ro-dav, and to have power mittee. which has been entrusted with necessary. Copies you must have good machinery. I the details of the work in Alberta l dlstnbuted The human body is Uie greatest ma-j composed of che following members- as soon as E- A- Cruikshank Calgary, edition can be issued. The G. T. P. will station at Regina. of Alberta, Strathcona. George J. Bryan, Calgary. Col. E. B. Edwards, Edmonton. Dr. C. F. Smith, Medicine Hat. Dr. J. S. Stewart, Lethbridge. Col. W. G. Armstrong, Calgary. The total amount available for each JH 14 L 1W1 For the puny and backward child there wlll be divided among tbe var- is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver Com- provinces participating in the pound will soon bring the roses back to i scheme in pronortion to the the cheek and give vigor and vitality. Your orni Druggist cheerfully giiaraa %es Nyal's Cod I-iver Compound. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER 4 LETHBRIDGE .-onOLOffCO efiects. Mr. and I population, and the local committee will disburse the amount available for its province in accordance with the general rules laid down by the exec- 4A ut otitiujcona trust. One of the conditions laid down by the donor is that none of the avail- able funds can be paid out for expen- Jses. and the total amount, therefore, I 'iraust be actually paid as prizes or awards to the pupils and teachers en- titled to such. j Until such time as the provincial jauthorities are prepared to undertake j j jthis duty themselves, the Strathcona iTnist. has arranged t.o provide com- "'-o jnoviae corn d Mrs. Berry, are I for each everyday ailTlentipetent instructors..at convenient plac The New England Restaurant QUALITY VARIETY Booths for Ladies Hill Block Dufferin Street ;