Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Moiiilay, May 2, Hm THE MAJESTIC THEATRE MISS KENNEDY SPECIAL INDEHNITE STOCK ENGAGEMENT COMMENCING THURSDAY EVE., MAY 5tli SPECIAL BARGAIN MATINEES SATURDAY W. A. Partelio Politely Proffers, Canada's "Own Best" Stock Company MR. WESTERMAN THE PARTELLO STOCK CO. Including Those Canadian Favorites Miss Alice Kennedy And Mr. Jack Westerman W. A. PARTELLO Gen. Man'r, Partelio Attractions Saturday Matinee and Night, May 7th Opening Play, Thursday and Friday Evenings, May 5th and 6th, the Greatest of all College Plays " The CoUege Girl" Writen by Justin Adams, author of Quincy Adams Sawyer, showing student life at one of our great Universities The Greatest Woman's Play Ever Written As good a play as it was a book-Read ti|ic Book-See the Play LENA RIVERS The Sweetest Story Ever Told A Carload of Special Scenery PPIpCC EVENlkG--25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 IIVIVlIiiJ MATINElp.-Saturday, Children 10c, Adults 25c Seats now selling at Red Cross Drug Store A CARD TO MY PATRONS: This is the first western tour of this excellent company, and I guarantee tliem to be first class in every respect and the best sfcWk or ganization ever seen in Lethbridge. They come direct from Toronto to Lethbridge Avhere they have just closed asiL0C5essful season. This is the longest movement ever made b}- a stock organization-the distance of 2, 000 miles. \, \' (Signed) F. W. BROWX, Mgr. Majestic Theatre. s E O U R B E S T HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE - - � ALTA. After May 1st, 1910. MILLS AT RAYMOND, MAGRATH, LETHBRIDGE Total Capacity - 800 bbls. SEVERAL BADLY INJURED IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT ON DUFFERIN STREET RAIDEl HOBeep ranch, larked that the police 1 waste time on peo-1 :) and gave them eacli ' art for other parts. | pleaded guilty tills \ l)olice court to dis-1 md wa.s lined and VANDERBILT jM NE>.V COACH ROUTE. London, .May l.'lr-Alfred ti. Vander-bilt made a trial jMp to-day witli bis his own without disclosing at the ou't | ^'i?''"'' ^^'^ "^w route set what city he came from, that the people were well informe0 on some of the choicest suits we have had to show and just at a time when the best part of the season is before yoii. A collection of some twenty-odd garments made of absolutely pure wool materials-serges and worsteds-colors, brown, old rose, grey and black, 3S-i.icn semi-fitting coats, full pleated skirts, neatly trimmed with braid and buttons, unheard of values for the May-Day Sale. S15 Worth Up to $27.50 S15 Wortli Up to J|?27.50 Truly Wonderful Values in Ladies' (jold Handled Umbrellas- May-Da> Bargains in the W'hitewear Section, ('and>ric Undersk irts- Priced at ,$2.50 Price ......$1.25 Regular �4,r)0 Valiws. lust about the price most people expect to pay for an umbrella with the ordinai-y wood or celluloil handle-and these are' finished with beauliful gold handles in var'ou.s shapes, some of them inlaid w/.th pearl. Toiis too, are of exeelleto; aualtly taffeta, guaranteed not m cut; steel rod; extra strong iramoik sliding bulb adhistment. Very apj)' clal tor (he May-Day Sale. Regular |1.7."> Values. Saving news of great importance lo cai-eful buyers and those who have only a limited amount ot money with which to supply their needs. Splendidly made garments of excellent quality cambric, thoroughly sewn In every way, beautifully trimmed with laces, embroideries, Insertion and tucking. Cut with liberal ifiUlness In body and finished with IS-lnch full sweep flounce.