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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, June 24, 1.911. THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD SALE PRICES on Sterling Silver, Gut Glass, Hand Painted China, Gold and Silver Novelties, Silver Plateware and Hollow Ware, Fancy Goods, Clocks, Diamond- set Jewelry and Watches, etc., etc. An exprert hand engraver will engrave any present for you. The largest stock in the city here for you to choose from, all to be sold at 50c, 60c and 75c on the dollar. Compare prices with any catalogue, and see for yourselves what we can save you. We are moving to our new store next month, and intend to move nothing hut the fixtures THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST-BE SOLD R. A. WRIGHT Established 1898 THE JEWELLER Phones 1383 and 1259 HAVE YOU READ THAT INTERESTING BOOK, -J "THE If not arc you contemplating read- ing it'? Uefose j'ou do, c'omc in and hear the song the same title tliat was clios- en'for the theme of the book.' We have it, sung with exquisite beauty and pa- thos by Schumann -Heink MASON 1 RISCH P1ANOCO. THEATRICAL FESTIVITIES KEEP KING GEORGE BUSY (Cohtlriutd from-Front Page.) July 19---The' -King'1' attends St. Cathedral In the morning for the of of Thfttle; Their Majesties 'in the af- lay the foundation stones of Usher ;Hall and afterwards" pay a Royal- Infirmary. Their, a court in .the aven- tlnf July the ;King to...the Royal Scots in the King's Park and inspects the Veterans, the 'Boys' rBigade, the Church Lads Brigade va detachment 'of boys from Queen Victoria School, Dunblane and.ihe Boy.Sconte. A tpiLinlithgow Caatle in the tfternoon. JiiJy Majesties leave Kd- Inburjh. Performance at Theatft The gala performance at His Ma jeety's Theatre on Tuesday, June 27, is to be one of the'most brilliant feat- ured connected with-the Coronation. A prologue, written for the occa- sion 'by Owen Seaman is to open the proceedings; and, this will toe followed by scenes from Mer- ry -Wives of "The. School for "Julius find 'The .Critic." Ben Johnson's 'The Vision of.Delight" will then bfc given and the performance ftill con elude with the singing of.the National Antihem. official programme IB .15 fol- lows: spoken by Forbes Robert- in. Scene from "The 'Merry Wives ;_of in which-.Mrs. Kendal, "Miss Ellen Terry and Charles Calvert ill appear. The second act of "David Garricfc, with Sir Charles Wyndaam. Edward Terry. .Weedon Grossmith and Miss Mary Moore. The Forum- scenw from "Juliu faesar artora including Sir Htart ago I was taken down with Inflamma- tion of UK Bladder. During the; attacks, which occurred more and more the agony was I becime so weak I couM not walk the floor The doctors could do nothing to relieve or cure me. My wife sent for a box of GIN PILLS to try and Jf they would help me From the first they did ne tbe pain wis relieved at once, ann the itticks begtn to come at longer intervals. I continued inking the pills for six 'weeks, and then, to my tnd delight, the atone I sent yoti so'me time ago came from me ami my pain slopped, U is now Ifirtf iince GIN Pfl LS cured me. .-I have had no 61 the trouble, and I have not lost a day's work on account of it since. Then n noi the lightest doubt that GIN PILLS v life. Yoms gratefully, JOHN HERMAN. "Bunng Anguat' last, T went to Montreal to eOflauH a specialist I been suffering terribly with stone in the Bladder. He decided to operate but said the stone wis too large to remove and too hard to'crush. 'I returned home siid was recommended by friend to try GIN PILLS. Thsy relieved the pain. I took two boxes and Went bick to the specialist. He said the stone was smaller but he could not remove it although he tried for two hours and a half. I returned home and continued to take GIN TILLS, and to my great and joy I pissed the stone. are the best medicine in the world because they did me so inucli good, I-will rccom- jincnd them all the rest of my J. ALHKRT LESSARD. disposal throughout the evening, as representative the executive com' mittee, which comprises the following well-known 'members of the damatio profession: Sir Charles chairman; Sir'John" Hare, Mr, Herbert Beerbohm Mr. George Alexander Cyril" pfcarles Hawtrey, H. B. Irving, Herbert Trench and Arthur Bo'm'chter' organising spcietan The entire 'ti'er of the house has been rearranged 'KO a to form the'-Royal which the King and Queen and thMi4_pnnrlpaf1gu'e t aio to seated nhile two ofhei laigo and 250 stalls have al o been enga'gpd In the court' officials The decoration of the'interior of the theatre'is a one; anrt consists almost wholly reap: fruit of the most vivid colors surrounded by its own froi the royal boxes and .vestibules, in which their- will hold a reception of their guests, however, great masses of crimson rambler ros- es, hydrangeas and lifies will be ut- ilized, and these will'be toned flown gradually to harmonize with (.he rest the scheme. On the outside hal. cony the columns, are to be draped rjdh' imperial purple, inter- laced with- fruit gardens bound with golden ribbons. Small growing treea. I he- placed'all over'the balcony, in the centre of which will pla-v n. fountain 'jf water The''general auditorium will be ad- orned .'With''a design in -pink, swhite and crimson, with festoons of fruit and.garlands in'green and gold, re- lieved by crimson banners with the royal arms placed below the seats oi! j the King and Queen. In the stalls and dress circle the public will be re quired' to wear court dress or uni- form, and in the other .parts of the heatre, evening dress. There has been an enormous de- mand for seats, and some very high premiums have been paid. The pric- es of. those places open to the public vere fixed .by the management'as fol ows: Private boxes from. to orchestra, -stalls, .dress to ?52, and a'mphltheatie I? 50 Wm. McBridc, Winnipeg, president of Underwriters'. Association of "THE CAT" AND THE FIDDLE' A positively entertaining and re- freshing musical attraction la prom- ised at the Majestic Theatre day, and Tuesday next, when "The Cat and' the Fiddle" makes, its first appearance here. It ii. a show of novelties and surprises, and this season many new ones are prom- ised, including "My Maid in an electrical song is becoming very popular; "Mother Goose's Bab> a medley num- i b'er, with all the nuriery rhyme char- jacters.introduced in iike'mannar, such as 'Mother -Boy Blue, Bo Peep, Red ple Simon, Tom the Piptr'a Son, Hum- ply Dumpty, etc. It ii a great to the little onee. it ii cliimed, while the 'big folks will be delighted. dy.iirthe another naw num- ber, is a, caricature of a tropical na- ture, and with a scenic letting In keeping and Harry B Watton aa Teddy, assisted-by the tntlre chorm. The favorites oMaBt'-Mtion, "Rowy "The. Undrea'ted "If I Were a Sailor, "In this; Shade of an old are "still The scenic environment, which was such a tremendous feature "last sea- son, has also been improved, a golden fire shower, introduced, which is said to be a most beautiful stage illusion.- The. wonderful ship wreck, .the caetle of the mystic island of eye, the cave in the Gat- kills ind other wierd ,anri beautiful scenes are still features. Most of the original will appear here, headed by Harry B. Watson, probably one'ofl the cleverest of tramp comedians., and Boylans, .Rose and Arthur, the cleverest grotesque dancers on iho stage; George E. Hart, as1 0. Campbell, as .Wilfred; ;Matty.Martz, as Circe; Geo.'B. WakefieldrastGreat Gobs; the Gotthard Bros, sod, others of musical comedy with a singing' and dancing beauty chorus. date, and Tuesday next at the -MajeiUc. I A SPLENDID CROP A CERTAINTY NOW (Continued from. Front Potatoes and garden.truck.have al- so benefited to a marked degree by .the moisture, and .will rietd ui'. of the ordintrr. Potatoes coming into bloom, and irhe hare ,made an experiment wtta'-ftvf acrei or more, are feeling jubilant. The weeds, too, are making jjod headway, but farmen'an M they are goini to expense of having them-pulled in infested fields. For this a large number of ha and the noxbui wee4 bufa- boo will receive a Berious setback, aj a rtsjult. It hai been stated that Itif not bean" so much mofit ground ilnce 1906, tb.e extremely wet and thii'will Jo in- ward inducing the farmers to heftvtljHn fall IB enough aurplus moisture in ground to ensure a large yield atym t year To ,date, the only who baVsuffered by the great arc- ount of.raJn is the man who from Breaking on account of the wet weather, but he also becaus'e-he knows that ihe will be able to work all summer with- out any fear. that the noil will 4jet too dry for this purpose. KILLED AT VULCAN Ai. M. Clark, aged 71 years, who had lived in the vicinity of .Vulcan-for. Bix years, wai killed there last ..week.- was thrown out of buggy and re- ceived Internal injuries nhich causeij ins death. He was a Min- nesota. A.young son oi Alex" Lloyd, Snskn- .oon, had one finger blown off and lie body burned by a jianl ire-'crackcr PItLS are no mi tried, doubtful remedy FILI S Imp been used foryenrs liy thousands in every section Tlity are ginranttxd by (be largest wholcule drug homts 111 the your money will be promptly refunded If GIN PIU.S fail to RU c relief is uK liou H 6 for jo Sent on receipt of regular retail price if. to GIN in -j-otir neighborhood box absolutely free to all sufferers from kidney and bladder troubln Pain m the liaclw 111 the region of the swollen joint1! Met Deposits Magvus or Blwdr u'iiK Oat. Rheumatism, Lumbago, .mil Clwiuical'Cu. of Cana n, of ited, VICTOR RECORDS FOR JULY (Now om Sale) (Now on Sale) GEORGE M. GOHAN SKBK! SING HIS OWN SONGS CALL AT OUR NEAREST DEALER AND ENJOY A REAL TREAT. Do not fail to hear these and the many other which nay faterett yon. Jimes Uuijley, Chleggo; It it rcported..fromvfiomii that the Popn miy nominale him as the new Card- inil for tht Wtttern Statts. Hear these record: mt neirett Write erttkpM of Mr nnnll. Berliner Gram-o-phone Company. Limited Montreal SOLD IN U.S.A. BY VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. 36 AH the Above-mentioned Records are now on Sale at the Mason Risch Piano Co. 'Dominion Building Phone 791 ;