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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Win-flay. May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Caruso and Melba The two greatest singers of modern times are ready to sing for you whenever, you want to hear them. The Victor and Berliner Gram-o-pliones' bring their actual living, breathing voices to you, just as sweet and clear aud true-to-life as if the artists themselves stood before you. A. strong statement to absolutely true. Prove it for yourself. Come in at any time and hear these famous artists sing on the obligation to buy. Made in various styles rnnpring in price from up, and terms can be arrangocl if desired. Double-sided MASON RISCH PIANO CO. Xew Dominion Blk., Lethbridge. ast of Characters in "QUEEN ZEPHRA" at the Majestic Theatre Next Week A RUBBER EXHIBITION I crude rubber will have dropped to half TO BE HELD IN LONDON ja dollar a pound. Than will come the for vears opportunity of> those who Reduction in Price May Soon been experimenting with the rub- i ber composition which will supply the perfect pavement for London and ,GOOD THJNG FOR PORT -ARTHUR IT; Port Arthur, May 5. Pigeon River May The Portuguese 'Lumber Co- mln resumed operations PORTUGUESE BISHOPS DON'T LIKE Elsfcops yesterday decided that the men aQd a cut of law adopted bv the provisional SOT- I000-000 ahead- sufficient to keep it in eminent for separation of the church operation to next December. It has and the state was not acceptable as been idle slnoe last September. Jt constituted an attack upon the dig- nlty of the church and the fun darn ent-i In. a famous German animal park el principles of tfne Catholic religion. I there axe being erected life-size models The pwlates determined to refuse the j of the huge beasts Tvhtch inhabited pensions proffered to the the world in prehistoric times. Rubber Pavements Possible London, May the least, in-J other large cities, t cresting of the exhibitions to be held Rubber pave'ment is. of course, no in London in the Coronation season inew thing. Such places aw tbe road- of the rubber exhibition, which is'way under the Midland Hotel at St. r.-o be opened in the Agricultural HalljPancras Station and r.he court way of at 1-he end of June. It IB expected the Savoy Hotel have been paved in that within ten years there is every this way in order to prevent persons chance of London streets being cov- being disturbed by the heavy traffic, ered with a new rubber composition jit has been laid down Sn sheets and pavement, and that London inatt-ao" of jits endurance is said to be wonderful, being one of the noisiest cities in the j At the rubber exhibition in June world, will be the most silent. (there will be a comprehensive dis- Sir Henry A. Blake, speaking at an flrm has to entertainment in connection with the Pave the main avenues of the hall at Quality, not Quantity These Fore Door Runabouts are selling fast, and we would advise everybody to shop early We have just been advised by the factory that the 1911 outfit of cars have been sold. So when our present orders are sold out we can get no more FRASER TUCKER Gasoline, Oils, Greases, Fisk and Dunlop Tires, Batteries, in stock 11EA11ICAL last rubber exhibition, said be looked a' cost of something like forward to the time when rubber will i With King George as patron and compete with the "quarry. He had the authority of a well-known raanufacur- er for saying that at half a dollar a pound rubber could be used econ- omically for street pavements. The supply of plantation rubber is j likely to be immensely increased 'in the next few years, while the open- ing up of South America may lead to an additional output from that source. There are good Judges who prophecy that by 1915 the price- of Sir' Henry A. Blake as President, the Exhibition promises to be the most representative tbat ever has been, held. More than twenty-four colonies and countries comprising all the rub- ber-producing areas of the world, will be officially represented. A Pennsylvania glass works mak- ing glass monuments, with por- traits of the persons wbose they mark, moulded in the front. Yes, the arrival of our second shipment of the PECULIAR GOODS AT AUCTION SALE Washington, May 5. Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh, has just or- derad what will probably ,be the mostjioth, partakes of the nature of a'musi- umiBual auction sale ever held in with the adjunct of quite United States. The general public an taterestlng plot The of will be invited to bid on a room-full is from aa old Norse t valuables, the unclaimed property of JegwU1 HaiJ3 CnrisTlail Americans who died abroad andjfmi of stronF cMmaxeg and glrlng J "QUEEN ZCPHRA" "Qneeu wnicfli opens at thej Majestic Theatre on Wednesday. physical contrasts of the fnomakers. Thens was a breezy atmosphere throughout, and mucli that was pleas- Ing In the play. A good deal of finish, was exhibited in the drills, and costumes of the cborus lent a graceful touch of style and color to the various scenes. One of the HOWARD" AT THE STAR LAND photo plays for fsr friendless. iopporttmltv for a multitude of bea-nti- "The Keys to ttoe We orftea property came from erery qtia-r-lful drills, dances, pageants. of globe, whence U- 5. consuls (Strcrag dramatic situations, and a lav- lorwurded It Co State Department, tsh display of costumes, scenerr and The has unable to read or hear of the good old days, out Is (seldom to be seen In pJaoto-plays.. find heirs, anfl so the unclaimed personal; elites, some of worri lain IB a. of dollars, for years vault In the office of "Auditor of State and Other Departments." Almost. variety of s.mall Jcle is represented, in the heterogen- ous lot which is to be auctioned off. ft an lesgon to effects. The ent-tre s comprises ten complete scenes, num- bering forty-two of scenery. The second scene rn the aeo- ond act contains perhaps ifae ntogt beautiful "d rw year. Parrv sound Liberal nominated T I appealing In their nature, REPAIR DEPARTMENT Our Repair Department is complete in every full line of accessories, also tires and tubes always on hand. work vulcanizing a specialty. livery. r- i Kyes" A mystery surrounds i.he shooting j {of Geitla De Marski, a. foiirt.een-year- jold girl at Kamloopp. B. C. Both legs jwere .filled with shor. WESTERN AUTO 311 ASHMEAD STREET BOYS SKIPPED OUT I j Portase ia Prairie, Hay I youthful of'the Youths' Train-; jing school. Smith and McLaujrhlin. es- icaped from there this morning and; tiavc nor yet been captured. The boys. through a second storey window by making a rope of and by s means jthi I. around. themselves 10 the Take Advantage of This Offer We could not afford to so strongly- or less: endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and Some of i continue to sell 1t a.s we do if It did do all we claim It will. Should "Woman'sjour enl.husiasm carry us away and hits and were en-! Rexall "93" Hair Tonic not. give en- re-dpmiindcd. The _ in-j fire satisfaction to the users, they efforts of Misses Alzora! lose faith in us and our state- Whlteley a.nd of Messrs. Dill.imenrs. and in consequence our busi- Bronson and Snook were alto-j ness prestige troulfl suffer, praise worthy, and the musical j We assure yon that If your hair is (ensemble was pleasing- and merltori-jbeginning to unnaturally fall out or if 'ous. As in certain plays the second I you have any scalp trouble, Reiall act was the better of the two, so far "93" Hair Tonic will promptly the numbers and humorous situations were concerned. But to re- turn to the comic element, -which In the persons of the- three hoboes found capable exponents in Max Dili, Roger Gray and Percy Bronson. This trio were instrumental in causing a great! dea5 of merriment, to the making ofi which the name of the town lent 710 small aid, together with the cate dandruff, stimulate hair, growth and prevent permature baldness. CMir faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong t.ljat we ask yoa to try it on. our positive guarantee that your money will be cheerfully refunded it. does not do aa we claim. Two sizes 50c and Sold only at our Rexali D, Higlnboth- Co. ;