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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEtHB RIDGE BAILY HEK X parcntlv-left no heir and it is not un- Up .to- the time of going to press, the officers-of the'Mounted Police-re- port, that in -spite of their efforts of the past two days, they have been able to gather absolutely no reliable information as to the whereabouts of the escaped prisoners. Their theory that the men are receiving aid from some quarter seems be borne out by this fact, as, unless that were so, the'men would be compelled to come out into the open, to' get food, kil the final curtain that proper dis-land in this, .case' they would be seen EDITED BY ff.ce "hone, Residence 1224 620 "LONESOME TOWN" "Lonesome that very pic- position is made of the properties. Jn the' meantime, much numerous action is by the various claim- and the police notified. All parties are still out. and the chasq will not be "gh-en up until'the convicts are ants. Dill, as Eakersfield Bill, Mounded back at the Barracks. obliged to cross swords Mrs. A. Marvelous Wonder, a San Francisco widow, who is both designing- and fas- turesque musical comedy .offering ofjcinating. 2Uax German 'Comedian, late The corpulent comedian falls a" vic- of Kclic and Dill, is to be seen at the tim to wiles, and the scenes in (Majestic Theatre, for two nights, attempts to woe and win his Friday and Saturday. j rival, are hilariously funny. As a mat- This announcement should prove jer of fact, there is tiot a dull moment ipec'uiiarly interesting to local play-1in the piece. There is action, from the coming of the celebrated'the rise to the fall of, the .curtain. German Comedian is 'considered some- Thing of an event in'theatrical circles. The Teutonic- funster comes direct from his notable run of 100 nights in San Francisco, and has with him the sr.me all-star cast as supported him during his engagement there. There are over fifty people in the company. The late Judson C. Brusie, who is responsible for the very witty book of "'Lonesome produced. the clev- erest musical -comedy of his career in this piece, and fitted Max Dill, with his happiest role. As Badersfield Bill, the German tramp, the star is a con- tinuous inspiration" The plot Concerns the ton'n of Watts "Lonesome the endeavors'of a "pack cf schemers to secure Che legacy of Isaac Watts, the "Lonesome Town" is notable for its music, which is peculiarly haunting in its qualties. The themes rare-orig- inal and the song hits, of which there are a number, are sure to become pop- ular. UNREASONABLE If You Negiect the Care of the Scalp 'You Should not" Expect Beauti- fill Hair isjnore, exposed, and., hea.ce, win TRY uiiiii in i "QUEEN This production the most beautiful things ever seen in the city either professional or amateur, i Winnipeg and Regina papers give it the most elaborate write ups as- re- gards, scenery light effects and the v.-ori-: of the two hundred local peo- ple used in the cast "of .characters, choruses and dance ensemble. The only scenery; belonging to the Regina, May to Magis- trate Wm. Trant, who has spent the past month in Toronto, the anti-reci- procity league will shortly send a par- ty of speakers to stake the entire west against the treaty. Who will compose the Party is not known but Arthur Hawkes, formerly of Regina, and edi- tor of British News in Canada, will be at the head of it. Majestic Theatre, that wiil be'used in the production, is their front curtain. All other scenery will WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE- The rebellion in the Canton trict of China 'is said to be serious; Mrs. J. E. Murreli-Wright. Mrs- F. W-. Redmond. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong will not re- ceive again formally this season. :Mrs. M. Young will not receive to- morrow nor again until autumn. Mrs. 'G. H. Sta'ccy will not receive tomorrow. Mrs. D._'H. Elton will receive to- morroiv for-the last time this season. Mrs-. C, West will receive this The 'engagement has been announc- ed of Miss Nancy Kingdon, daughter of the late Bishop of Frederictou and Mrs. Kingdon; and Mr. Alban Stur- dee, sou of Colonel E. T. Sturdee and of St. John, N. B. The" engagement is announced of Ella Meagant Ross, second daughter of Mr. 'James of Smith's Falls, to Wallace Gore Beddoe. man-, ager of'the Bank of at 'Rich-1 naont, Ont- The marriage will take place on June 3rd. j Mr.'and-Mrs. John King, Fort Wil- liam, announce the engagement of j READ MANTY I i semenfs We have told you about Blufe .Ribbon the, the practical economy in buying these splendid goods. Now it depends on you. "We ask you to ask your grocer for goods, and when you 'buy remember that unless you d re perfectly "satisfied you may return the "unused portion and have your money refunded. itheir Bertlie Marie Van month on the first and third Bockstaele, Grammont, Belgium, to Sir. George' W. Gorman, secretary of (the Fort William Board of Trade, aad Mrs. H. Bentley left this afternoon j formerly on the "editorial staff of the to spend a few weeks with her daugh- j Ottawa' 'Journal.' The wedding is to t-er, Mfs. Dinning, of Castor. Mrs. J. R. Anderson has as her guest Mrs. T. W. Robertson, of High River. take place in September. Hon. Clifford Sifton and his five sons, Messrs; Jack, Clifford, Winfield, j the difficulties which -are bound to arise in the work. The speaker described the Nominal workers as "Lukewarm." and criti- cized their position gather severely. He said the apathy of a League was due to these lukewarm.- members, and -The sad news of the sudden death jat-Olympia.., Mr..Henry Bate, .son of of Mr. Bert Lowes has been receiv- ed by his many friends in Lethbridge j with the deepest regret. Harry and leaving in June strongly advised .all- such to cast for England-to.attend the horse their 'indifference and join the ranks of the interested-workers. Mr. 'Closed his remarks with an earnest appeal, to all the leaguers to get more .in touch with Christ and His'Veachings. Mr. and -Mrs, T.--C. Bate, will accom- pany Free Press'. 'Miss Ruth Proud, who lias been spending a fortnight with Miss Au- drey returned to her home in Macleo'd vesterdav afternoon. .The initial meeting of the-Flower I Mission, was .lieid at "Riverview" SOUTH DAKOTA AFRAID OF DRY YEAR S. Irvine, of South' Dakota, is ii the city today on his return from the Cardston district, -where he lias tak- ,en up land-. >Mr. Irvine is well There are troops- the walls of .Canton City. Miss Briggs, a nineteen-year-old1 I with Mrs. Conybeare after- i After an-informal .discussion ceptably. j over the tea cups, 'the dainties being i passed bv Miss Ca'vanah little T j j Hilda Church, Mrs. J. R. Anderson Mrs. L: L. Asquith-will not receive1 .was appointed chairman 01 the meet- :c tomorrow, but will be at home lor- ,.r.: .1- 4. is- T iing, and Miss Etta Hutton, secretary the last time forraal.lv this sea'soa. on _, c-, tern...The election or officers fol- Miss.Diser rendered an instrumental edwitli the proSDects _ of Southern "Rollc" Vnrt- sr_ _ selection "Cnapel Bells of lueen Zephra Co., designed and girl living with Mr. and. Mrs. A.'-Cr the best scenic'artists .in [Walker at-.Carlyle, jumped in- a well to save a. Friday, May 5th. derson V (lowed; -and those--chosen were Pre- Isi'rtent. -Mrs. F. Nellie Bawden secre- -Ron- paiai... u by America. This will when the curtain rises oh the first per- 10. .Jmanaged-to keep above the -water until- both "were Miss Eda Hatch. Mrs. El .'uff JT' Alberta for ..this year, vand informed .the Herald this morning that'condi- tions are much better here .than in South .Dakota as he left them_a_ few days .ago; He says the people down there are very nluch afraid that there will he another dry year'this" sum- mer. There has been very-little raois ture as yet this spring and the crops are already, beginning to show the lack are hotf-Showing up chjl had fallen into it., She'- A guaranteed production with every- thing'as advertised. .-Mr. H. J. Booth, manager and direc- tor, has put -'Queen Zephra" on in every city of any consequence be- Uveen .St." Johns, and knows what pleases the public. This is what "Queen-Zephra" does. JVatch the.local The dates, May 10-11-12-13 and Sat- urday matinee. more liable to accumulate dust and" dirt unequalled success. lor ..eighteen years than any other portion of the body. In-spite'of" this the hair receives, as a apA.--.nq., real effort is made to'ireep' it healthy.' the dandruff germ Is -allowed to work unmolested and the scalp be- crusted with dirt accumulations one may expect the hair to die and fall 6'xit. There is no cause for surprise in.''this phenomenon; .it is. natural and' -evftnfrinstan'ee where'; the re of-the hair stid--scalp is pverloqk- AT THE EUREKA -The vaudeville bill at the Eureka this. week is one the best ever._ pref 'se'ntsd. Hahn aidV, early, part: PIace Mrs. J..' Eckstorm. Hamilton, May men and lay delegates- from all over j Dearly as weii as tney are here, j Anderson and Miss-McLachlan were j the Niagara diocese are here today, to where, as Mr. Irvine says, there i appointed to act.with- the president j elect a successor to the1 late'-Bishop seems to be plenty of moisture al- the first month in the distribution of IDumoulin. Ballctting will begin- about I to assure {rood crons. V V 12.30 and it will likely be late -tonight L to yisit at a decisioil Tt 1s the various hospitals; her .daughter, Miss Lucille, "has been j Mrs- Gonvbeard announced that ov- spending the winter in California; ar-.jer thirty names, were .upon the mem- TIi7or? I ._ I _ saved. Crawford Beers, porter of- a hospi- tal at Guelph, was found dead iu bed., C. R. stocks 'rose four and halfpoints in New York yesterday, j friends in the Pass "beiore coming Ibiited. to- the work, and pledged them- rived honie this Jgiorning. Miss.. Eck- j of- whon, storm-is -yisittn0'ot a'few days avith who had willmglv were pected there will be, fifteen names on the first ballot. From; gossip, in i Til well informed Anglican circles here it would seem, that 'the choice would rest t Canon 'Canon wll "VnaVi' ie TirMVa reaching the record of- 23S. tor fdr the VTestern Associated Press at Winnipeg, died yesterday of pleuro- pncumonia. He recently resigned to become manager of the Stirling Grain Company. The -Irish societies of the Fnited are practically unanimous ;ia- opposition to the proposed peace pa'bt- 1110J3''e-- selves, to. a. .membership fee each %jmonth.-: The president stated that The marriage of Miss Bessie Porj' -already .been--.collected. McMurchy, daughter of Mr; and After the adjournment.of the meet- .1. B. McMurchr, of Gananoque, there was an informal discussion Mr. -W. Balfour Mudie, of Kingston, r-eference to raising sufficient 3ne sure-remedy-wuicli prevents11 cal novelty act Great Britain 'and the boTtles, glasses intheir line' and' were encored the loss of hair and permits a healthy and four times each, perform- luxuriant found .in- -Wew- brb's Herpicide. The dandruii germ cannot, live on a heath to which Herpicide is regularly applied. The germ dies. The hair ceases to fall. Tlie terrible itching stops almost One dollar size bottles are sold and guaranteed by all druggists. Pend'lOc in stamps for booklet and Toledo and Burton, singers and gym- nasts, are also very clever and won hearty applause. The .pictures were exceptionally good week week should be another "box--'-of fice win- ner for this popular; fa'mii'y theatre. NEW BANKS FOR MEDICINE HAT Dept, R.., 'Medicine. -Hat, News if Michi isaj's.: The Royal and Imperial'JBanks at barber are "both" coming to l RECORD HAS A TT'TIT KrhN Kr A I rnl LtS-iLjLl 1 Jjll Abbott, a' local man' is 'elected ''while'' Dr. Patterson Smythe, of is the likely outsider choice.- BUDGET The tennis EdmunFion, N. B.. May men and two. boys were swept to death in the Tushing of th'e "Jolnr here as the result of thf Saf rday, April 27th. Nobte !was 5ve 'fwiesot "social iwili ;be-readr tomorrow and jng Of vire cable which held the I affairs during the summer for purpose. this in Sunihierland, ;all the .members of the club are., re- minded that the fees'are due on'May Is. scow- .used as a Can- adian and American side of the The .drowned men were two French-, _ of i The Ladies' Aid Society of Wesle Miss Vida Lois Cart-wright, vouages.t- church will hold their annual meeting 'six months, died at "the, hospital, to- er f Robert ''Cart- tomorrow; atterndori. Officers for the i wright and Mrs. Cartwright, former--'year will be elected. ly. of Ottawa, and granddaughter The Ladies' Aid Society Wesley ;from..his Sir Richard and Lady Cartwright, .their annual meeting Stafford tillage. Mr. Otto Zimmerman, of StunrDcr-Itpmorrow, ;afternoon. Officers for the land, formerlv of Hamilton. -.will be elected. Tom Legerski, five "years''and naiaed Sufort and Herbert, and an unknown man and the two boys were nanied. Masborit, Hebrew, and Phil- lips, son of'a "Pacific Railway station- Both" boys- The funeral will, he 'held Thursday afternoon., at -three W. R. Hull, ;in the city on one of h'is periodical 'bu's'iri'es's T-- -TT 5 r 'A-TT- nd found no relief for it. One day a friend advised me to try GIN PILLS, and _after taking one box j Edmonton, clear of-them, I 'felt like a new mar.. I j Calgary, clear thought I .would write you a few lines j cthhl--dge fair to let you know how thankful I am for the relief they-gave me, and would (Medicine Hat, clear advise all sufferers from Rheumatism to j Winnipeg, clear tryGIN'PILLS." Ww. CONTY, Doa'', bother with liniments and so- called "blood They won't help your Rheumatism is caused by strained or irritated kidneys. The only possible way to cur: 34- 63 60' 40 -10 RheumatiJini. is'tocure thckiclr.cys. GIN his as nothing else will. the Winnipeg-branch'of the bank, and expects to leave in a day or two sor! from Rheumatism this winter. 500. a that citv. During his residence in! fo: money promptly lLcthhridcc Mr. Wells has been one of refunded if yon are noi satisfied A1 i Order from us if vour dealer does not the." most-popular young, men ,-m die "if you live out of town, write us." city and he will be greatly missed in both athletic and social circles. handle GIK TILLS. Sample sent free on request. National Drug and Port Arthur, fair cloudy Fine weather has been general over the western provinces with continued cold weather conditions in, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. It has been very frosty during the night. In Alberta temperatures have risen. FORECAST and cool. Wednesday, fine., and milder. Saskatchewan and Alb6rUi Fine moderately warm today and Wed Chemical Co., Dept A.D., Toronto, w 'ncsdaj. TRAGEDY IN THE KLAND PROVINCE Wrray.'Harbor, P.E.I., May. looks "like a tragedy is reported; from Cambridge" here. Two-agei spinsters an-d lived together, min Irving. "It "is said they often. Quarrelled and were considered some- what eccentric. Janet" :came. running" to a- neighbors stating that Bella was. dead, -On found tbe woman lying dead on the floor where she had fallen from the Janet said- her brother- had struck Bella a day or two ago-and the neighbors say they saw a mark OB. her forehead, but "this may have due to the fall on the floor. She 'had been in -poor .health for. some time. A rumor is current ic the vicinity that had been strangled.. PURIFIED Dr, Morse's Indian Root Healed Mr. Whea. the severs of the fcjdceya and skin] the blood quickly becomes impure and frequently sores break out over tlrte body. The'-way to heal them, as Mr. Richard Wilson, who lives near London, Out, found, is to purify the blood. writes: "Eor some time-1 had been m a low, depressed condition. My appetite left me and I soon began to suffer from indi-" f estion, Quite a number of snaall_ sorts and blotches fanned all over my skin. I tried medicine for the blood and used ctany kinds of ointments, but .without. results." "What was wanted was a thorough cleansing of the blood, ind I looked about ia vain for some medi- cine that would accomplish this. At last Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills were brought to my notice, amd they aae of the most wonderful medicines I fcj.Te ever known. My blood was puri- fied in very short time, sores healed :tip, my indigestion'.vanished. -They always have a. place in my home-and are looked opon as the family remedy." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cleanM the system thoroughly. Sold by afl 4esdersafc25cabox. ;