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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETlIBRIDGEnBAILY ITER ALP Satiirdsiy, Maii'cli 25, IIMI FERNIE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICERS The Amberola A new Edison Phonograph The greatest of all sound-reproducing instruments-as beautiful artistically as it is wonderful, harmonious and natural musically. It plays both Edison Standard and Edison Ambcrol Records. It coni|fs :n either Mahogany or Oak; has drawers for holding IOC Records. The price is $240. neATSht and \\w tite Edlsoii rtionournph piny iKith F-:dJson Ambpro) R�h--i>rfB. U*!t uomptitr satnloitt from yoiu dealer or from tis. tdUon Phono(rr�pI�. fl�.f to JstOJW. ElUwin �siwiilard Biscovds, �k*. Ediaoii AiubrtoUt�:�wda iplay iw tonB). �5>i. K.Usub iJrand Opera il�-ord�. �c. to �aJi�. NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO. IMUknMaAx., Oraaf.. MJ.. U.S.A. i'mmvW Adds ^^orK: RediKTs S;rl{ir.v i I >|,i('ii,i) to iti� lloralcli, I l^'ciMr. M.iicii Jl-Tlu- aiimiai ini'i'i iiii; 1)1 ill!' Krruic Oouril i'l I'liul'; lowiv |)!,H'i' liist iilglil in llii' roiifii'il i'ii.iiriJi-r .11' ilir riii IhiM, uhili' llir c':U i.Mlii-rs held ilicii .st's-^inn iii llic ciii Fleiul.' The play ji8 liiltl in New York city, iimon^ the 'medium and lliernty classos. It is H� Q,,, ofr PiiKlir l'"'''''""^' "''"^ biilliniit light i-omody e oayS ai I nntl intense situations. The charno- (er of the dope (lend Is voi'tfay*^'! ''X 'Mr. Geo. Graj", who has rtssofiated Hn\ e himself with the oi'^iiim flpndB, so us IS Platform Meeting "Street Cars MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SH.ER.MAM. Man4{|or. PHONE e4& \:';r' ii'ilinc biisti,rs. I he cli'i-nnu oi ol!i.~i;s i �.wi'i! ilip I'lei-lioii ot i,i|!ir-iMs iii i'usuitia. year �;is procp' fi'il n rh W (1 l^iirc-luv , iiifitMitt'i  i �� i :,m's Ni'.st Trudirii; co!ii|iiiin , n.i^ iTiatiinicitisl\ clpi'li'd |Hi"iilt'ii I. ,ii;i| -I i; I'.illiick \vii.'. he is contcinplai lus leaving.; the ciM soon, luul a re.-^i.liilK.i, cliiiued who sel teiuleniis hill', llie hcart> thanks nf ^j, ^J^gJ niinute. and opium. During this spelJ the niblic benefit ipoor musician becomes ..finite well es-i He bad an a.xe tu mind with the l^blished. and is in the po.^ltion to ask ueiald because thev select a mani'^e right to marry the prima donna. But when he seeks her out. lie finds' MAJESTIC THEATRE 8. SHERMAN. Manaser. W. PHONE 646. MAUDE HENDERSON AND HER BIG COMPANY One week commencing Monday, March 27 "The Dope Fiend" COMPLETE CHANGE EACH EVENING _ PRICE*-50c and 35c. GALLERY 25c. her alone in the apartments of Harold Hunting, and immediately becomes en raged at the situation tli�t confronts him. During a hot combat a pistol is! discharged, which renders the poor; musician helpless and blind. Harold! Huntlhg. the vlllian, is killed In Ihel JBlruggle. and it leaves the third lover's path free for .smooth courtship, .^o-w it is left to the audience-who OHSON ra*NO�ltAPHS AND BECOKOS SOU �� T��ttibriflge S|)nrriii^ IiiihhIm Co. 412 ROUND si. 1.1>. nij^inhotluiin & 1U�l. MUANCF MEDICAL BILL PUT THROUGH Be'oic the eleeiion flay, and he didn't tulnk ihLs was the proper spirit. In spile of llieir assertions he liplieved' lhai he hud as much cltiira to a seat on (lie coiiiicii us .Mr. \'irtiie or many mure in Lellibrid,E;e. He got after �lied a candidatf^ He felt that he tiie! lor lus elTieietii labors in ^.^g (1,p public choice. Me chose to i'ls cipari!) of '^fcret.iry. was uiiaiii represent the labor element, and .idi.pted Similar rc-n'iulioi., would do so with their endorsallon,! were passed thatikine all the rctirinc; not for any honor or pay the position'^^'"^^ 'he girl (.(iiccts I'or the "rood work accomplish brought. In this couuertion he scoretl eil (iiirins; llie year "J*" 'flea of afternoon council meet- Mr Tbouison. n( the (Ireal North- '"Ss, as he ihou.sbt this didn't give a en- lailwav, .tihiiiitled Correspond- a chance lo take his seat encp �illi liie beads ni dcpattnieiUs of th.i! Iiiif, reUiirriiiiR the advisnbil-iM litile iru'.crnini; the arri\al ami ne-. ,, , . paniire of ,ains at this Puin; ,.nd ^''7^,'''^- "''t'' ""^^'-jto be transformed once .again into X b itil 1. s 1 res luMot o�io"s- " � f that delightmi age when lollipops and uu ho.uu pa.-stii a\ou eiMiois t,rnig(j_ a ?treet railway and more in- uig the action of the late secrelarv cus,ries. If elected he would work i/i the m.itier and askinc; that Ibe'^.nh ilii;- end in view. * pt'oposcil chattse be ur,e.v.'.f^g^,, ,,p, ,,,tumed and most eariv action lie taken to Aslfcrot't that he would have ^ t:'^ en-^^,4^^,^,^. ,,g,.t.Q,.,^g^j In the first place 'ALICE IN WONDERLAND" AT THE MAJESTIC "-�Vlico in Wonaerland " is as appeal-ou the council. ' ing children of a larger growth as .Mr. Ashcroft did not outline ibe|tj,g juveniles. It is good tor us all different planks of his platform but i go,,p,i^pj, f^raet that we are "get- , ,.i,.,nBoy Scouts> Take no chances with your ink. See that your stationer gives you RELIANCE RELIANCE INK CO,, LTO, Winnipeg, ,il,,i,i the desired chaURP m train dorsation of the Trades and Labor ,,,.,. ,Council in ihe contest lit> Cnlinei! ;\leetiiig I'.tie iiicetin!; ni the city council was Ottawa, .March -IJih lor.s md 111' special interr'st. only minor; part of Canada are now assured oi" matters of aiiinini.':!raiion coiiiin.i: up the right to practice in any province, the bill auihorizing 'his having received it.s third reading in the Commons I yesterday. There will be a central I medical eouneil wliich will hold f\- laminations ail over Canada and all WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE jniedlca) men passmt; will be cntitl-.d i to Di-actire in any part of Canada. any ijualified uhysieiaii who has practiced for ton years in one province, will lie allowed to t.iraciiet' in any other province without e.xamina-ttoii, if the prorinoe does not object, meters K. N. Lewis, West Huron, introduced woilew.n, and accord-!,''i", ''"^^ Crawford, as Klt^v plant last tiieht A prainc Pre ,s 11.) Connor, with its chorus ot male and; burning alouR Hie railway track f.nir COLUMBIA BATTERIES Sijark Coils ^ Spark Plugs. ' Igiiilion Supplies. W. L. McKenzie & Co. ELECTRICIANS 70(i :jicl Ave. Phone �37 A cfeMENT WORKS IN THE NORTH iUK to the eonsi ittiiioii of the foeieiy ihe m'lst himself make applicnilon for ' r'.insiaiomenl. MUSIC LOVERS ^Vc \\\I(>rHO\E DKFT. will l)c ni'KX TO Tin-: l>[-BLi('. wiih OVLli l.Om VU TOR KECOKHS and a full arid coihjiIiMc line of \TCTOR cliii-!iuinh-f{i ink. Louise Ht.iirier and nil ihe iiliK-l' werltl.v Ixifel voii'Gs. ; the WAY OF THE BOOZE DETECTIVE IS HARD i I'.elleville. (Jnt., .March :!;->,-Two 11-Hinor informer.; whose evidence wa.s 'the means of throe 'Prenio'i i bote; keepers hrnvil'. fined for seil'iig ;lii|Uor in nrnhibiied liour.?, were nt-jtac!.-ed as they were len^�ing town and I iiadh betiirn be:'-)re riKsisiiTnce nrriv-'ed. One nssdilant was arrested .i.nd .released on bail, 'vbile the police are . searcliiiig for :.noil*ei ! I'.Ut town. Kdmonton, .Marcli 25,-At a meeting I in the King Kdward hotel, an advis-Trade;"''-^ committee of five members was female hoboes ! miles cast of Hrainerii It would he unreasonable to expectj _;- that the performance should be with-! Welland county Board of out traces of "flrat-nightlneBB," bui {avo,,^ bridge across the Niagara at|aPPointed for Hie purpose of organizing tlie ?l,()0n,00n cement company, which i.s to be located some 120 .miles west of the city along the line of the Pacific railway, on a the intelligence of the preparation,;,,.,rt Erie as a peace memorial, and the picturesque setting of the Yloh[. WattB, one ot Hie crew of the whole affair, combined to make ihe',,,^ "Silvpr Sprav," io.,sl near Cleve-production one of very effective en , Ohio, was a native of CoMing-i Orand Trunk somblc. A striking feauire wa.s iho'iv.(,(,j_ years old. -plrit of mutual siipnort uhicli m\- . ,,r .inii-ncre site. aided everybody else. to nelp everybody MASON & RISCH PIANO COMPANY McCA\> -MA\ V(i 1 :R. Phono 71M. Lelhbii moiie Incumbrance SSOii. not due, 6 per cent. r> miles to town. Courtesy to agents EdwanI B. \^olf1 Valley City, North Dakota, TWO SAILORS FROZEN STIFF .N'antiicket, ,Ma-s.. March 2', no hurriedly Jing evidence of a sea tragedy wa.s re-\ealed at Creat Point, Nnnlucket l.sland. tr..|;i-, when n dorv from the; barge .Stouington, containing the dearti bodies of Captain Mason Davia of the barge and that of a seaman, together with two unconsciaus Bailors, fine of them the cantain's son, drifted ashore, Woth of Ihe bodies were frozen stiff. The survivoVs had suffered severe!", from cold and exiHJSure that it is feared they will die. Andrew .McArthur, coal merchant, of Perth, is dead, aged 7;i years, AjLi Armenian was fined Jl'fi.iiO at Windsor for tryliiff for the second time to sneak into Canada via the ' railway tunnel. Georjre .Xelson. for four years a charge on the VVin died ihj.i week, is declared by hia wile, from Racine, Wis., to have owned Detroit real estate and to have brothers ill ttood circumstances. THE Standard Garage All kinds of automobile repair work. Fire viilcaiiiziHo'. (itt)iriol)ilf' Supplies-Batteries. I ires, U'lKsoline. (dls. etc. We baiidle the famous Ford, the Vana-dinni Steel Car. See our Touting Car, fully equipped $hlOOPo 1 ;