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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tune 7, .1.911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEJRALP MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B'. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. MISS MAY ROBERTS Supported by L. Victor Gillard and a strong cast TO-NIGHT HENRI BERNSTEIN'S GREAT MASTERPIECE "THE THIEF" N. Roberts uses the translation as played by Gco. Alexander and Irene Vaudrugh at the St. James Theatre, London. J SPECIAL PRICES....................... 50c, 35c, GALLERY 25c jj DEBENTURES WERE SOLD WELL Montreal Firm Got Receiv- ed Tea Bids MATINEE 2 to 5 EVEWNG 7 to 11 The city got a good price j debentures, the tenders for SPECIAL MATINEE i THE Reproduction, of the irojaiT Settings Dazzling With Grandeur Awe-inspiring -Conflagrations Production MISS IT ft. Film DON'T for its which jwere opened at the meeting of the i council Vesterday afternoon. The total issue was at 4 1-2 per I cent., and the price received was 98.15, with accrued interest. Hanson Bros., of Montreal, were the buyers. JTen tenders were in, and four repre- jsentatives of as many companies jwere present when the tenders were j opened. None of them were the suc- jCessful tenderers, but they congratu- lated the city on the price got, which, jthey said, was much higher than they expected the debentures would sell for The tenders were: 'Brouse, Mitchell Co., Toronto...95 JAemelius Jarvis Co., Toronto jiianson Bros., Montreal........DS.15 Ontario Securities Co., Toronto bid which amounted to.........................27.25 A. Stimson Co., Toronto.. .97.50 jNay James, Regina ..........98.04 jWood, Gundy Co., Toronto.. .97.80 j Stamped ready for London mar- i ket, or unstamped their quota- was ....................97.05 Dominion Securities Co., Toronto 9G.S4 I Koyal Securities Corporation, Toronto- ...................97.25 [Dominiono Bond Co., of Toronto, or at the rate of___97.79 The Council did not take long to j accept the tender of Hanson Bros., I the money to be delivered at Leth- bridge. THE CURSE THE NATION IS CONSTIPATION Withes" Alone Cures liiis Disease A famous scientist states that Consti- pation, ornon-actionof the more deaths than all other diseases combined.- Constipation inflames the Kidneys, nuifc digestion, is the found- ation of Rheumatism, poisons the blood, causes Headaches, Neuralgia, Nervous- ness and Insomnia. Constipation is caused by a weak or sluggish liver. Bile, the only purgative of the body, is secreted by the liver, which in. turn should pour out into the intestines sufficient bile to move the bowels. Unless the liver is active, there cannot -be enough bile to move the bowels regularly, and Constipation is the result... the famous fruit me- dicine, Trill always cure Constipation because it acts directly on the liver- relieves the the quantity of strengthens the bowel muscles. SDC. a box, 6 for or trial size, 250. At all dealers, or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. ber of the little girls for one of iwiiniifi features of the celebration. I They.are being trained so that at aj given" command they will form a liv-j ing Union Jack, and while in ibis i position they will also sing several i patriotic songs. j A special effort is being made by {ground the committee to have all houses and !not feel certain that the' home labor business-places in the city decorated'exchanges--will secure them the right with flags and bunting for the occa- sort of labor." sion. Thousands of people are expect-! The Express says: "Once Canada is G'l to be present from the outside j bound to the United States by bonds towns during the day, and a festive jof reciprocity trade the rest must fol- appearance in the residential portions jlow and the Dominion be absorbed of the city will'add much to the (Politically' and socially as well as W. S. FEDING CRITICIZED FREELY British Papers Do Not Like his Opinions-Work done by Conference London, June Morning Post says: "Discussion so far at the Im- perial conference seems, to have re- vealed a diminishing rather than an increasing desire for- concerted ac- tion." The Standard, commenting on Mr Fielding's letter, says: "We regret that he has given this opportunity for !party reconciliation. We hold it is j unreasonable and absurd to expect u jto regard reciprocity as if only Can- jada and the United States were i touched by it. Its indirect imperial {results cannot be ignored. We are jnot opposed to Laurier and his min- jisf.ers in this question because they icall themselves Liberals, but because is bad both Canada and the EmPire-" lhe jays: -very politely but tn! miers have miniated that they preier to choose their immigrants them- selves_ The real truth is tbey fear the use Qf the Dominipns as dumping for British failures. We do Keep Your Eye on tlie BLUE STORE A Surprise In Store For You 514 OurPtone No. is 514 Usual lOc, Adults ISc Of the debentures were for thirty years, fcir twenty and the remaining for ten years. All draw interest at four and half per cent. EXTRA SPECIAL CLARK TURNER The singing and dancing kids, buck and wing, Spanish and clogs. SIDNEY VERNE Scotland's famous comedy ventriloquist. 2000 FT. BEAUTIFUL MOVING PICTURES. THE FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE Doors open 7.30 First curtain 8 p.m. PLANS dav's eniovment. ENTERTAINED PA! But Drunken Songs were not Appreciated- Locked Up The International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor Round Street Fund of wfll be Raised for Local Cele-- oration on June 22 Plans for the Coronation'Day bration reached a mature stage .at the meeting of the committee last night in the Board of Trade building, and from the present outlook Leth- bridge should have one of the best celebrations ever held in the city. De- tails for the parade 'were, arranged; and in the event of the absence ,of the 25th Battery the Lethbridge Ca- economically. That is what America hopes and Canada-fears." The Times says: "To suggest, as Fielding appears to do, that no opin- ion be expressed here on the phases of the reciprocity agreement j because they are the subject of dis- agreement -between the parties in Canada, is reducing the principle of non-intervention in domestic affairs of another part of the empire to downright absurdity. Mr. Fielding seems to hold'that imperial unity will jbe found permanently compatible with almost an infinite variety of treaty obligations and commercial in- jfterests. Laurier, who gave notice With his left arm badly cut about ilas't Friday of a resolution on a sub- tile V. Peterson; a Swede from of -very -great importance, pre- the Pass, was brought in to the shares this view. Sir Wil- lice station last night- by Inspector grid's resolution, which aims at free- Ashman, of ,the C.P.R...Peterson Canada from the obligations-of -on-thjr east-bound at Blairmore, bound itlae twelve favored nation treaties by for -Srpckett, and was in a she is .now bound' does not> of what salubricated condition. He furtner than suggest the should sound Safe Sure Silent These Are Three Features of EDDVS "Royal George" Matches Tlie Most Perfect 'Strike Anywhere' Matches White and Blue Tips. For Sale Everywhere. A 1 Tr-n ire K V VV JU.VJ A olr J.JL.OAJ. EDDY'S MATCHES REBUKES NARROW RACE PREJUDICE car- ried a bottle of superfine painkiller on his hip, ami before long was shout- ing, and singing in the most approved hilarious manner. His entertain- ment was nut the kind to appeal to British these foreign 'governments involved. We may presume that should the re- plies prove unfavorable, as well our Germany in 190S sug- 'ests, he would not wish the Washington, June President Taft today rebuked Colonel Joseph Garrad, commanding the cavalry post at Fort Myer, Va., for disapproving ovate Frank Bloom's effort for pro- motion because of Bloom's Jewish parentage. Colonel G-arrad's endorse- ment characterized Jews as not' "de- sirable 'social and Presi- dent Taft immediately directed the secretary of war to investigate the matter. The president stamped the expression as that of narrow race prejudice. The war department point- ed u'.it that there have been; many Jews among the army officers. the: president's in- quiry as to what should be done to discipline Colonel Garrard, the inci- dent has been practically closed with the rebuke. The department decided" there was no ground for a court martial, an officer being at his actual belief as to the''availability'of any candidate from the ranks. It was concluded that the'.presi- dent's, desire would be best served with the publishing of the correspond er.ce, and with a delivery of. a "copy r, i i to Colonel Garrard, with a letter A meiy not allow the fact to be observed that j from the secretary of. war duly ad- i, i.eteison he contemplates an entirely new de- monjshing him not to "repeat the re- shoved his eioow througn one 01 the parture of a critical and far-reaching an audience, so the passengers the tentative form in plained to the conductor, who order-jwhich the treaty, is couched should eel; Peterson to keep quiet, scrap ensued in which Tlie best in this town. Wholesale Retail. We Also Carry All Kinds of Fruit and Candies Phone 1078 u Give m a trial, and if you like it tell your s and if yon don't like it tell us. Mrs. Darwin Cross was perhaps fat aiiy injured when upset from a; buggy in Leeds township after a train had frightened the horsn, which was funeral procession. C. Lockhart Macdonalri, of. Toron- to, is under arrest at Bay City, Mich., for alleged fraud- He passed as a son of the late Sir John A. Macdonald. 12 lOc. Dalton's Concentrated Lemonade, a pure, lemon product, with all the delicious, refreshing'flavor of the fresh, ripe fruit and Contains no other acid. Always ready to fuss or trouble. Your Grocer and Druggist nave Dalton's Concentrated Lemonade or will get it for you. To-morrow may be it to-day. 16W WHOLESALE. Watson Brown, Calgary. The reports 01 the various commit- tees were submitted and adopted. Al: Morn's stated that he had made ar- rangements for a grand supply of fireworks for the evening perform- ance. In this part of .the work he be aided by Fire Chief Hardy.. About worth of fireworks will be "used in the demonstration. Mayor Adams was present with the good news that the city council had in the afternoon voted the sum of for the expense of the celebra- j tion, and this, with the popular sub- scription will place nearly at the disposal of the committee. One ot the features of the day will be the first appearance of the Cadet Ba-ttalion. It is expected that their uniforms will have arrived from the cast before Coronation Day, and as they have already received a full equipment of rincs, belts and side- arms they'should be able to present a very line appearance. They willin all probability head the parade. At four o'clock they will lire a salute on the Gait Square. From now until the celebration the battalion will be very- busy drilling for the event. It is al- so expected that the Boy Scouts will take an active part in the day's1 per- formance .The parade, of course, -will be the main demonstration of the- day.. All the bands of the city, the civic offi- cials, the different- societies and the school pupils will take part, and it is certain that this will be the largest and grandest parade ever held in Lethbdrigc. The special committee which was asked to draft a programme of sports for the afternoon, was not in a position to report to the meeting. They will hold a special meeting in the McKeown Hardware Co.'s store this afternoon at 4.15, when the whole matter will be discussed and the program docided upon. Some of the teachers of the city i are busy drilling a large mini det- Battalion will fire the royal sa-kcar windows, tearing a big gash in .kind.'1" Iute- his, arm. j The Standard says: "The imperial! 'Inspector Ashman, who happened conference has not been allowed to he ,pn the -spot, promptly took him .touch preference and has waived! in tow, and landed him in the cells aside constitutional union but is m here: Before Magistrate Bail this ing real progress in the direction of j morning lie was lined S3 and costs for imperial defence. It begins to srow j being drunk, and ordered to pay the :c'ear that for the present it is on his j G.P.R. the cost of the broken win'iine we must, seek for closer associa-j ;lion of tQe of the empire. We shall not retain fie complete confi- dence of the colonies unless we :rain our population to arms as aio stitches to close up the wound. If We do not follow the case against M. F. Cotton on the charge of uttering forged cheques will come up for preliminary hearing commendation. .Private Bloom's next examination will occur in just where will-depend on the7position of his company at the the usual plan being to hold the examination at several of the large "PIMPLES" Broke Out All Over Her Face. Pimpleo are caused, almost entirely, by bad blood, and there is only one "way to get rid of them, and that is to get at the seat of the trouble by using a good reliable blood purifying medicine. Burdock Blood Bitters has been on the market for 35 years, and is one of the rery best blood medicines procurable. After using it you will find that pimples have disappeared, and you will aave a beautiful clear complexion, Mrs. Robert McNab, Badjeros, Oni.; am preatly pleased to report the benefit I have derived from the use af Burdock Blood Bitters. About a year ago I became so weak and run- down I could scarcely walk, and pimples ..broke out all over my face. I tried one thing after another, but nothing seemed to do me any good. I was advised by a lady friend to try B.B.B.. and before I bad used one bottle I felt it was doing me good so I used three bottles, and I am now well and strong, and the have all Burdock Blood Bitters is manufactured only by The T. Milbunx Co., iimitwi. Toronto. Out. Tuller was called to the police station this morning, and attended to, Peterson's arm, which required three! tomorrow rooming. Chief has handed over the crow'n case the attorney-general's department. Thirty-one out. of 35 have graduat- -ed from McGill Medical College, W. .C.' Glid'doti, Ottawa, and G. God- dc, Beaunort, Quo., being the gold medal winners. Hamilton Council jumped on the re- quest of the Parks Board for 500, to buy the Tuckett property at the Beach. One alderman said "junk" was being loaded on the city, and another that the land had been bought as a speculation. jple of the colonies we shall forfeit the respect of colonists." Westminster Gazette says: "Tne importance of the conference is that it for the first time is laying a (foundation for a common policy for jths empire. To have such a policy j and accepted by respon- i 'sible men of the different states is its first guarantee." i Hon. Wm. Harty says thse locomo- tive" works will stay in Kingston. GUNNER ALLEN IS FOUND GUILTY AGAIN Victoria, June Allen was found guilty of manslaughter and will sentenced today. This in the second conviction' for shoot-' ing Capt Peter Ellison, his commanding officer, at Es- quimalt, Aug. 1, ISlui See Our 1 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 MOST BE SOLD AT FORT WILLIAM Fort William, June Frank- Oliver, as guest of the Canadian Cluli, spoke here last night on the development, of Western Canada. He cxplHined the dependence of the sev- eral sections of Canada on the growth and prosperity of the Western provinces. Suits For Warmer Days English plain blues and. grays, as well as stripe effeds. Irish patterns that are exclusive with Fit-Reforrn. And course- promises to be popular., -in a new shade of blue that SUMMIT MINE SOLD Toronto, June Frank G. Armstrong of New York, and Lome McGibbon, of Montreal, are reported to have secured control of the Sum- mit Mjpe on Sheep Creek in the Nel- son district of British Columbia. The price is said to have been around Hon. W. S. Fielding will go to Bristol, and on to from there to London. He may not meet Lanricr while abroad Fit-Reform 2 Piece Outing Suits- up. 351 McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole for Lethbridge, ;