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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LetLbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, Jime Cafe is now conduc- ted on the EUROPEAN PLAN gives un- excelled SERVICE and MENU Open Day and Night The Quick Lunch Counter at the lew England Cafe Will open on Sat unlay, June Menu and Service is sure to please Hill Block Dui'i'eriii Street The City Bakery "Our Best" Flour Results Guaranteed Test It City Bakery Ford St. Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 AT THE EUREKA The bill at the Eureka is a very promising one this week, with two first class acts here now and Mar- shall Bros., society athletes due to ar- rive on Thursday. Marshall Bros, conie very highly recommended and are said to feature some very remarkable work. Smith singers and dancers and rapid comedians last night demonstrated their ability to open a second week in house-storming fashion, absolutely every song and joke being brand new. A feature of this act is the elegant costuming of who appears in a dazzling va- riety of costumes each performance, which combined with the dazzling rays of her "search-light" are very be- wildering to those who fall into her line of vision. This is an excellent duo, good singers, good dancers, clean TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Mr. Robert Witherspoon, one of the oldest engineers In the Grand Trunk employ, died at Cornwall. New Hamburg ratepayers carried by laws for the purchase of the electric light franchise, and to grant a fran- chise to the People's Electric Rail- way. Bylaws were carried by Peterboro1 ratepayers to ilton. Company, A fixed assessment for ten years, and to sanction an expen- diture of for sewers. A uncharged United States soldier became insane on a 'train and leaped through the window near St. Thomas. Although the. train was running forty miles an hour he escaped almost un- urt. Jews are being refused permission to reside at the Russian health re- sorts in the Caucasus. The Royal Colonial Institute has called a conference in London to dis- cuss emigration problems. ThQ National Fireproofing Company of -Pittsburg has decided to establish a Canadian branch at Hamiltono. The Grand Trunk has just placed for worth of new ITS uid engines. John Morpecb, is looking for his wife whom he suspects of having eloped with Joseph Stanley. It is reported that women detect- ives have been employed in Hamilton stores to secure evidence of tili-tap- ping.: One hundred and one persons were killed on the steam ancl electric rail- roads of Pennsylvania In the month of April. A Chicago surgeon has discovered a way of binding up severed arteries by means of magnesium couplers'in- stead of sewing them. A price of is for an airship flight from New York to St. Louis and. one of for a fligat from New York to Chicago. C. W. Clinch, local manager of the Molson's Bank, Toronto, has retired on a pension. Miss Robina Stewart has been ap- pointed Superintendent of the Torori to General Hospital Training School. Mr. Wilson. Southam, of Ottawa, wa.s elected president of the Tax Reform and fast comedians. The Italian and Direct Legislation League, street singers, Cataldo brothers, made] Manitoba University is to have a very good impression last night, en- cores being frequent. The. act opens with singing behind the scenes, ac- companied by an instrument resemb- ling a concertina, followed by a solo on this instrument which resulted in an enthusiastic encore. A duet by the team was probably the feature of the act, judging applause it re- ceived. Motion pictures in greater va- riety than ever are shown. Auction Sale OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 800 FORD ST. ON WEDNESDAY JUNE8TH AT 1.30 P. M. Instructed by the owner I sell at public auction the following useful household furniture- Beds, springs and mattresses 1 Ostermoor mattress 1 child's crib complete 2 dressers and stands Toilet sets l four hole kitchen stove 1 ext. table; 1 cupboard. Kitchen tables, chairs, rock ers, pictures, hanging lamps carpet, large quantity lino) sum, one dinner set, 97 pieces. Also kitchen utensils and odc sire practised several years, died a I home in Hastings. England. She was born at Uristol, Ffihriiary A2 Rev, O. S. Hamilton, who was sent to Calgary by the Congregational Ex- tension 'Society of Winnipeg, a few months ago. has accepted a 10 Central Congregational church, Win- nipeg, as associate pastor to Rev. J. L. Gordon. PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER CO. DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FiGGiNS SERREL, Props. OFFICE 410 Round 632 WHEN UNEEDUS RING UP 032 Trv.rks rloved. Qu'ck, Cleart, Uy-io-uaie Service. Trunks delivered to any part of the city 25c and 50c. ;