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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 MOVING 2; BIG ACTS" Overture TO-NIGHT Cycle (Biograpli.) A '-Beautiful drama reen Engliu: famous op- eratic singer. Aeroplanes, anft Flights. (Pathe.) Craze Worth. In "The Sootch- man and the Yankee Girl." FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE Doors Open Curtain 8 p jn. Your pleasure and comfort is At all times .in your own home; if: you have a Victor. The world's best singers make records only for the up, or p.tr. wcok. -Call today. Sided Records- Mascn Rioch Piano Co., Phone 751 CAPITAL CITY AMATEURS WON Awarded Dramatic Tro- phy in Earl Grey's Competition Ottawa, Hay C. T. O'Hara, deputy minister of trade and com- merce, as secretary makes the follow- ing official annannceoient of judg- ments: In connection with, the JEarl Grey Musical and Dramatic trophy tition held in Winnipeg recently, the dramatic judge was 'Hector of Toronto, and the musical judge was Donald Hains "of Ottawa. Tne dramatic trophy goes to the Kclmonton Azasteur. Dramatic -.Club, which presented the "Tyranny of while the Trinners of the mus- ical trophy are the Winnipeg Amateur Operatic company, which produced "CMmes of Normandy." Miss Mar- garet Anglin's bracelet is awarded to Ruby Miehie of London, Ont., who played the title role in "Lady i iiuntswortn's and the signet ring presented by J. E. Dodson 'is awarded to A. E. Nash, of Edmonton i Alberta, who played the part of Mr. .Parbury in "The Tyranny of Tears." I The following is the dramatic award 'in detail. Dramatic iropfoy is award- GREATLY RELIEVED BY is a. god-send to those suffering from the Weakness and Ner- vousness of old age. "Fruit-a-tives" re- iuvensiteslhe whole strengthens the helps relieves the irritated bladder and stops that 'in the regulates the and pnrifies the blood. The concentrated and intensified fruit juices in "Fruit-a-tives-> act gently yet effectively, and speedily relieve the troubles which are the natural results of a long; ul Jif e. i 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial size, 250. At all dealers, or from Fruit-a-tivcs Ottawa. AT COAL -home, to join bis regiment, he tells George, Jils big body-servant, to take good cafe of the wife and children he behind. A short time after the husband is killed and one of his comrades brings home hia sword, v.ith the news of-his death. This is a very heavy "blow to the poor woman, but her burden is made heavier when the "Onion forces appear, plunder the house and bunr.it to the ground. When this occurs the child is aBleep in the crib, while the mother is out for her after- noon.'walk. The old servant is also Conciliation Board Gets Valuable Evidence at Fernie (Special to the Herald) Fernie, May morning ses- sion ot -the Conciliation Board now! examining into .the wages and condi-j tions prevailing at the Coal Creek; mines, was taken up almost entirely I with the examination of George a miner who' has ibeen in the employ' of the Crow's Nest. Pass Goal Com-1 pany for the past six years. Mr. Linn; had received.'f in wages during! the past year, putting in 195 5-S averaging S4.91 per shift at contract work and 1-2 shifts at day work, for which he toad received ?3.00 per day. His wages ctaring the year to- W. B. SHERMAN. Managed PHONE MAY 10, 11, 12, and 13 j j SATURDAY MATINEE Tfee Beautiful Operatic Spectacle !i THE QUEEN OF ALL OPERAS Merry Dances, Music, Gorgeous Scenery, Dazzling Light Effects. A GUAEA.NTEED' ATTEACTION Seats on Sale Monday, May 8th, 10 ajn; Prices. Matinee--CMldi'eii 2oc. Adults 75c Curtain 8.15 Sharp. out on the farm, but seeing the flames, every tailed .'an1 average of 54.66j per day lor every day in the mines.j, At the noon adjournment the second! Wats Goodwin had been start-: ed up on his evidence. j This session opened with! he at-, once thinks of the child, and re- gardless of self, dashes through the flames into the house, where he finds the floor, overcome by the heat. He carries her out and plac- ia court occupied and ed to the Edmonton Amateur Drarnat- in the frantic mother's anns.iman ic Club which played "The Tyranny of Recovering somewhat from his efforts ment Mm upon the--i Tears." Honorable mention In order of merit is accorded id" the following organizations London Dramatic- Club, presenting "Lady Hunts-worth's Ex- Ottawa players presenting man thinks of his master's sword and at the risk of his life re returns to secure it. Shortly after this the house col- imany people were... standing. Much! testimony hearing: upon the conditions i in the mines at Coal Creek was; brought out by the. evidence of Mr.j Linn and he left the stand -Chair-; occasion to compli- intelligent manner i he had'answered the many! questions put to--him .from all sides of the board. EVENING 7 to 11 Special Special The method pursued is for the mine lapses, and -the most pitiable illus-j workers to-open the examination, the! Margaret Eaton as-iti-ation js given here of the doing a -lot of questioning! sociate players of Toronto, bf many a southern woman during upon his own initiative, this foeing fpl-j 'atoops to Strollers Club of the awful time of strife. George now .lowed by questions from other mem-! Liberal Holds Seat Last" December E. J. Sears, Liberal, had'a1.majority of 882 -y 2045> tte Mr. j Baring, who formerly sat for the Isle result 'of .the j of Wight, was defeated'at" the general election for the-' -Barastapie. division j election -lor was-announced today! as I A block of stone from Brenage, ".Godfrey Baring, C. S. birthplace. of. Champlain, has major- jbse'n forwarded to Canada to be'placed ltjr.468..; The -total was one Jin the foundation of the Ottawa sta- heaviest in the history of the tu2 to the explorer. Winnipeg, presenting "The Chimney i Corner." j Margaret Anglin's bracelet for the ibest actress taking part in the :com- p-etition of 1911 is awarded to Miss Ruby Micihie, title role, "Lady Hunts- worth's Experiment." Honorable men- tion in Order of merit is awarded ,to the following ladies: Miss Edna Land? ers of -Winnipeg, 'Serpolotto in "The C-himes- of Mrs. A. B. Watt of Edmonton-as Miss Woodward in "The Tyranny of Miss Dora Mavor of Toronto, Kate Karncastle in "She Stoops to -Mrs. Kitson of Winnipeg, (Miss "Broba in the "Chim- ney Comer." Savin THEATRICAL realizes the sacrfidness of his trust of the board 'and by the operat-l and-'taking the heart-broken woman by the hand, leads her and the child to humble cabin, where he gives them his all for their -comfort. This'is one of the big features of the programme at the Star land today and tomorrow, and. on.Friday and Saturday the.sequel i to: the picture, entitled "His Trust wOl be presented at the. 'theatre. Several other pictures each one worthy of meutloil. LETHBWI HEADS IHE ENTIRE EMPIRE Th6 Herald was informed this morning bv Secretary -Clark ofc the "QUEEN ZEPHRA" Overseas Club that they now have a This great spectacular production membership of 438. TMs'is a won- must not be compared to the usual! record for a city the size of run of amateur operas, operattas, Lethfaridge, and one of which the so- ors, every man connected with the en-j quiry having an opportunity 10 put a HIS TRUST Wednesday and Thursday Buffalo and Pawnee Bill's Shaw the gauntlet is' reached. J. R. Stevenson, a prominent busi- ness man and a Mason, of Stratford, is etc., as Queen Zephra is in a class by itself, necessitating a full car load, of special scenery, costumes, and light effects for its proper presentation and Queen Zephra is never presented un- less it is done properly. Several towns and cities in Canada as large and larger than had to be passed by as the theatre stages were too small to accommo- date the Queen, Zephra scenery. The only piece of scenery now-m the Majestic Theatre that- will be used in Queen Zephra will be the front curtain, the stage being strip- ped from curtain line to back wall to make room for the special Queen Zephra display. The 150 Lethbridge people appearing in this, production will be-costumed in' .the very best j that money caii procure and in a way never attempted by the largest pro- fessional companies on the road to-, dav. The dazzling color effects ciety' is justly proud. The membership I is 'numerically the largest of any city in Canada, and is the. largest in per- population ot any city in British Empire. The society is "closely connected with the head body and" are doing a great deal of excel- advertising for the Lethbridge Can Be Cured. This disease is the all prevailing malady of civilized life, and one which oftaneet baffles all -ordinary', treatment. It gives rise to a great? variety of distress- ing symptoms, .such as distress after eating, rising and -souringof wind in the stomach, heartburn, etc. Nearly everything "that enters a _weak dyspeptic stomach acts as an irritant; hence the great difficulty of effecting a cure. The long, train of distressing symptoms, which render life a burden to the victim of dyspepsia, may be promptly cured by the use of Burdock Blood Bitters. .B. rezulates the stomach, liver and On Friday and Saturday the sequel to Trust will be shown, namely, His Truit Fulfilled city and district. The Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO 110 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Near Hudson's Bay Store Office Equipment tnd Filing Devices in Steel and Wood. Type riter and Typewriter Sup- plies and Office Specialties. -P. 0. Box 122. Wexrespectft2lly solicit correspondence from out of tb-itn points. All -promptly answered. Thanks, call again! TO SAVE NIAGARA FALLS .Washington, May American Association has a campajgn to prevent "forty million dollars womh of capital from gaining! possession of one quarter" "of the wa ter flowing over Nnigara' Falls." In a statement issued from the Washing- the result "of eighteen years' study. !t-on headquarters it is announced that and experience by Harry J. resolution drafted by Senator bowels; stimulates secretion of the saliva and gastric juice to facilitate digestion, purifies the blood, and tones up the lystem. Mrs. Herman Dickens, Bcnton, N.B., writes: "I' have used Burdock Blood Bitters and find that few medicines can give such relief in dyspepsia and stomach troubles. -I was troubled for a number of yeafs with dyspepsia, and .could get- nt> relief until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters. I took'three, bottles and became "cured, and I can now eat anything without it hurting me: I will highly recommend it to all who are troubled with stomach, trouble." info And Ice Cream Parlor RoundStreet Try Our Delicious Ice Cream The best in this town Wholesale andRefai We Also Cany All Kinds of Fruits and Candies Phone 1078 Give -us a trial and if you like ft tell your Mends and if you donfi like it tell us BAD FIRE IN MINNESOTA. TOWN block was consumed with its-entire [contents. The total of ail losses is Rapids, Minn., May to fifty thousand includ- Maaufacturcd only by The T. Milburn city suffered the wor.st fire in its his- thirty-five thousand stock and gen- Co., Limitedj Toronto, Ont. -'tory Sunday morning when the Hnghesieral mei'chandise. mariagcr and-diicctot in the presen- tation .of Queen Zephra. The Dance of the Black Birds, 'the Venetiaa Costanet Danqe, the Gracesj of Ohio, is adopted 'by con- gress' nothing can save the falls. This resolution will be considered by the Senate cominittee on foreign relations and the Drill of the Red Hussars tomorrow perhaps the strong features of Queen Zephra. The story is one of thrilling interest, as it deals mainly with the defiance of King Decius-against Ms sovereign Qtieen Zephra. Of course, the usual romance of is woven into the plot and gives it the requir- ed flavor "of a strong There are other features in Queen Zephra too numerous to mention, and Wed- nesday, May 10th promises to eclipse anything of the like nature ever at- tempted in Lethbridge before. Re- served .seat" plan now open at the Ma- jestic Theatre. Don't forget the dates May 10, 11', .12 and 13, with Satur- dav matinee. AT THE STARLAND "His Trust." In every southern hnine.there was the old trusted body- servant, whose faithful devotion to his master and faster's family was ex- treme to the -extent of even layina? down his life if necessary. .This'story in no way exapserates the seLC-sacri- ficing devotion of the nia-i for his master. The ruel, war wa< just .be- SUD, and when CoJonel Frazier Sickness b usually caused by the accu- mulation of waste matter and impurities within the body. Dr, Morse's Indian. Root Pills, enable the bowels, the kidneys, the lungs and the pores of the skin to throw off these Impurities. Thus they prevent or cure dis- ease. ia 25c, a Quality, not Quantity These Fojre Door Runabouts are selling fast, and we would advise everybody to shop We have just been advised by the factory that the whole 1911 outfit of cars have been sold. So when s our present orders are sold out we can get no more TUCKER Garage Gasoline, Oils, Greases, Fisk: and Dunlop Tires, Batteries, etc., in stock ;