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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TuesctaT, May 9.1911-. THE LElltiBKIB.OE -BAIBY Page, Merriment and '-'Songs At. all times In your home If you have a Victor. The world's best singers records only for the Victor. up. or par week. Call today. STded..Records- Mason Rlich 'Piano 'Co., Dominion 81k. Phone 791 TELEGRAPHERS f RECT RECTOR'S PAY CUT TO JUILDING OODLING IN LEGISLATURE OF OHIO Columbus. May Ohio leg- [isJature is threatened with what may) j the greatest bribery expose, in re-j igard to ho number of persons involved.; 1 that ever came t.o lisbt. .The matter! reached a crisis with the arrest oni -Saturday night ot" three meu who were! i charged with having attempted 10] i bribe members of both houses. it I Inow develops that these men were detectives employed to expose graft. j The men came here from the Burns agency in Chicago. Today it was re- ported that they had obtained evid- ence which-will lead, to the filing of charges of accepting bribes against .nineteen of the thirty-four members of ithe seriate and agitinst thirty of the 1117 members of. the house. i The proof is in the form of steno- igraphic records of conversations be- tween the deteciives and members i lot' the legislature. The stenographer Sickness tuuaHy caused by the accu- mulation of matter and impurities within the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilis, 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, 25c a box. THEATRICAL PROF. MENTAL. AND COMPANY COMING TO THE MAJESTIC Prof. Mental and Ms strong company who 'have performing at the coast for some time, will appear at, the -Majestic for five oifthts. I Monday, May if., (carries some high isrtists. I'rof ..Mental alsoj priced vaudeville! "T" Ul C I n t in By Kdward Locke, will be presented1 at. the .Majestic on Wednesday, .May] li. This play is virile, full of strong j situations and good comedy, and one! that grasps and holds the attention inj a remarkable manner.. It will be offer-1 ed by a superb company and mounted! an artistic style with special scenery. "ISLE OF SPICE" j Apart from its legitimate claims to! popularity because of its catchy! I songs and delightful music. B. C. iney's "Isle of which comes to I .London, Ont., ..May. the Toronto.' May telegraphers journed meeting oi St: John's church dictaphone appan slir w J vhirli-carrier every word said to him. ,e d vestry a niouou reducing the salary, ihe of the rector. Rev. W. T. Hill, to legislators wil] be produced j, .-j__ 1..1-. i a i i auc tfJi L ithe Majestic theatre. Fndav and S'iu-j r-iiirriay. May 26 and is a ITHE RECENT B. OF T. TRIP TO CARMANGAY hidden in the adjoining room, but j (jarmangay. .May consiOe slir wag manifested in town from a scenic viewpoint has the occasion of the visit lo'dom been..enualled and never surpass- of the Lettibridge Board of-ed in the history 'of the American their wives and members of theirj mcmth alter Julv'1, was'carried. Vp Theatregoers who are most .ex- are in the city to attend the i Lpite the warning these' emblems 10 the are unstinted in their praise land they waved there gaily in honor of the lavish production .Mr. Whitney 'stic Theatre SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. 11, 12, and 13 SATURDAY 'MATINEE The Beautiful Operatic Spectacle THE QUEEN OF ALL OPERAS Merry Bailees, Music, Gorgeous Costumes. Beautiful Scenery, Dazzling Liglit Effects. A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION Seats on Sale; Monday, a.m. Prices 25c. Adults 75c Curtain 'Sharp. eighteenth regular and eighth biennial! who fold those present that it convention of theV.'Order of Railroad j against the law of the church. The members claim to "have advice Telegraphers, which Opened here this The_ ..accredited delegates President H. P: 3'erham iJi his biennial report showed that the organization is enjoying the greatest prosperity iii its history. In number 375 to- 400. that their.cot} liams, during earnest appeals to settle the matter. The members ot the congregation ap- pealed to the canons ot. the church, as MY. Hill had done at the previous: Business Men Force Search Ohio business men, disgusted at A regretable incident fse is qiient demands for money by certainjin connection with this was the factjedy. the evening, made responsible Tor the ov.-in'g 'to a misunderstanding the' 1 vesti'gation.. They say it. is impossible i has given this charming musical corn- meet-ing two weeks ago. They explain 1 tjjrougu. the past two years one hundred new and revised wage schedules .have been led the attitude of Mr. Hill and the obtained. The principal business to j commission appointed to investigate, come before' fche convention is." a pro-j .ind jn the mot.ion was car- position a large office -building] ried nol) .'however, before it' ,Was 'as the headquarters of the order injfmmd necessarv to appeal against the St. Louis. This building wu] cost from i to S500.QOO, and the organlza-l trbn has half a million dollars in the! 7 lu> vcstr-v deCldea OT this feneral fund, which can be used the reslllfc of the rector havuig dis- tftis purpose. In addition the organ- j missed the assistant rector, Mr. Jea- has in its defence! kills- to pet legislation without a resort, bribery, jt even was declared in ..Welcome -Carmang rriittee hearings a agn that it was impossible to get honest bills The Toronto railway telegraph- ers union lias arranged an elaborate! A Port Hope stationer was fined g to-A. Algar-Bailey, gaily AT THE -EUREKA flags and with the de- An exceiieut programme was pre- em'jsented at'this popular theatre last blazoned on a banner at ttie rear The first number on lhe pro. the car, went to meet the visitors wag a bea.utiful draraa< en. the opposite direction from the wayitltled story of in which they came. The occupants of {young girl who had married against j uiis car intended to welcome and es-jher fatner-s wishes. arid soon regret- cort the visitors into town, was com-jted lhe step-ghe had takeili only posed of a .-deputation of Messrs. return at the ,agt. moment to seek ,Taylor, W. H. Marsden and forgiveness. Miss Mareen Englin, the J D. Algar-Bailey.'and they, after an is one.Qf the ,best ever successful attempt, to catch sight at the Eureka ithe visitors; in which they took a Mack and Worth; the Scotchman :jauut as far as Diamond City, had the and tfae Yankee sin. also won a s-Piccotti Garibaldi !good fonunei to Ie3rn the applause. Their closing song, a jtonii., o. j? TTiJI.Tfpvs and caught UD with their i f j "j i j, nieuiev ot parooies, scored a Dig hit. has not ahanrtonc-d Ivis iaea 01 Vupets ar Rarmr; on rhpir i ..-i on meir .The other pictures were also mtenselv a military expedition 01 Italian GARIBALDI'S .gramme of entertainment for tLejand costs for selling tbe Albanta insurg- beS delegates and their tnends. 'cards. 'threatened to jtion of aeroplanes and different liiehts, and excited' cjuiie a lively other .-Tbe Arjation a very the departure The Boanl' Trade was then, e-nter- THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE I] SIR EDMUND WALKER, LtlD., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER of "'any "such." ho'dy 'by "force. It is re-'jtained to'uh'cli'eoii in the Grange Ho- j ported that '-Garibaldi has coir.ptewl.jtel and afterwards several interesting I arrangements, "also the "equipment of j speeches were- by various good comedy. the including red skirts those worn by the followers of j famous father. It was feared that volunteers would sail at- night, from i the STARLAND members .of Doth the' Lettebridge and In to. "His Trust'" .Carmangay 'f'Organizations, which .war Picture- a should give rise to-a better im'der- uon ot appeared- m yesterdays istanding benveVn Le'thbndge the ;management-of this theatre Ivariotis iti adjoining Presenting a fine program of pic- various Adriatic ports, ami the Several'interesting little Wednesday Buffalo and CAPITAL- REST, J THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of Si and upwards, on .which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no tureS' amongst which is Heart o ernmpnt.has acCordlngty taken Lpnrets were entitled "Carmansav Indian. one of the most traordinary precautions to prevent. Directon- and a listlexcltinS Pictures ever produc- anv such move. J0f 'the business men ia town, were ]t Possesses a strong appeal to __ ___ kributed amongst iha guests.'7 that is best m us. A little deed of ROLLING GREEN- NEWS. j gerher- the'.vJsit was in. proves to :be'the means of Rolling- Green, -May fi.-C. E- success aLd .it us. .to be hoped jsavin? tlle lives of A whlte c and mother. Miss E. L. Cook and Miss tbat the acquainrance so. auspiciously ls a true story, ot Inthan delay in the whole or any portion or the deposit. Small ,, made a pleasure trip to j begun'-will become a. .valuable and how the S'rawude of a poorj deposits are welcomed. 234 ithe 'Little Bow river last Saturday. Accounts may-be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be Mr. and Mrs.-A. Willner, Mr. and operated by any one of the number or by-the; survivor. A joint account of this kind saves expense in establishing1, the. ownership of the money after death, and is especially useful when desires to provide for bis wife, or for others depending" upon him, in tie event of his death. C. Mail Your Depositf- .to us, with ..your book, and we will return the book, written up. When you wish to withdraw'' Money, mail us: the Pass-book, say Bow much you '-will send it to you at once, OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits TtUl Assets 9ycr If you are far you will find this service of ours a great Call and see our Manager about it. Main Office cor. Round Redpath.Sts.G. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling A.' H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake-r-E. -W. Luckhardt, Manager. -Mrs. Mr. W. H. Duemch, of Lone Star; Rev. Mimroe, of Taber; j L. -McKenzie, of Lettebridge: Mr. I and Mrs. J. Hooper, and Miss E. L. I'C'ooK, of; this district, were .guests at iJ. W. Gilbert's on Sunday. The Ladies' Aid met with M'rs. 'Fiii- 'd'ers There were Quite la'feiu' present, also new members! j'Mrs, -Loqiharc and Mrs. Horn. The! Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. E. Wright on May: 1-'.. ..T. R. Munroe, of Taber, filled rhe .pulpit on .and to a crowd- Jed.'-house .a.ven' helpful dis- jc'o.urse. _C._E. Findej-s. Miss E. Cook and Miss L. McKe.nzie .spent last P'riday even- ingr-'atpir'- and'jMrs.1 Seagers. sream outfit has fin-j ished work oti'M-artin Anderson's place 'this week, aird has'.'gone to the C. Y., where Mr.. Seager has some large con- tracts. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hempel spent Satur- day and Taber. Rev. P. Neville, of Carmangay, will [conduct the services in this district Jon'May 14. Baptism and the Lord's j Supper will be-administered. iin the interests of both towns as the'v row and- prosper in fhei'- magnificent terdioiy idly .becoming rhe centre, o? such squaw helped the whites to drive off the redskins, showing .a real Indian travois, an Indian- funeral and other phases of Indian life true to nature. .Pathos and true sentiment mingled with thrilling action. On Friday and Saturday- the sequel to "His. Trust." entitled "His Trust will be shown at the Star- jland. "His Trust Fulfilled" is in every as.good as the forerunner, and no doubt -draw packed houses. ALBERT CHEVALIER Albert Chevalier's success as an act- or and entertainer has overshadowed s achievements as a writer, and vet International Cafe And Ice Cream Parlor Round Street' Try Gur Delicious Ice Cream The best in this' town Wholesale and'Retai We Also Carry All Kinds of Fruits and Candies Phone 2078 Give us a trial and if you like it tell your friends and if you don't like it tell us the 'Majestic stage. Remember, 'the be cheerfully refunded by.the manage- curtain will rise promptly at 8.15. onnnent. Tile .full and final rehearsal jit is to his pen that he owes almost j the prologue, and if you miss this you will be held tonight and the finishing jail the material with which he hasjwjn regret it, as the prologue is added and everything looks j worked and which has made him the-pretty features of Queen ZepnraJlike a gala night on 'Wednesday. Se- jmous. He is the author of nearly ev- On it is 10 be hoped your, seats early at the Majesti-o POE WAS ABSTEMIOUS THE MQLSONS BANK 1855. MONTREAL. Capital Paid Up Kcserve Most of Time Drank Nothing but Wa- I Poet Declares in Letter Ml Just Purchased at Hoe Sale 80 BRANCHES IN IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AGENTS and CORRESPONDENTS in all the Principal Cities of the UNITED STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and in all parts of the World. LETTERS OF CREDIT in GREAT BRITAIN .-and all EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. If you are going to THE CORONATION you will need one. Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT beposits of and upwards received and interest allowed from date -.oi deposit. This bank endeavors to give prompt, and intelligent attention to all business and invites your Account. Lethbridge Manager DiAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER for New York. May of the most, notable features of this week's ses- sions at ;the- Hoe sale was an auto- graphed letter'of Edgar Allen Poe.. [which brought Tbe letter is'j I dated February 20. 1S4S, and has nev- ler -before been published, it, is said. 2'n{ jit. Poe says in reply to the assertion {that his ha.bits were shockingly irreg-j jular: i I "The fact is this: My habits are rig-1 [Orously abstemious, and I omit, notb-j ;Jng of the natural regimen for health .j i I rise early, eat moderately, drink jinc but water, and abundant (regular exercise in the open air. Thisi !is my private life. and. of course, capes the eye of the world. j "The desire For society comes upon! I me only when I have beconse excited! 'by drink. Then only I is. j these times only r have been in tbe I practice of .soing amonp; ray friends, who seldom, or. infact, never, have seen me unless excited, take it for granted that I am always, so. Those who reaily know me, better." iery song and monologue in his enor- mous recital repertoire, and in some cases, notably "The Future Mrs. 'Aw- citizens .will turn out en .masse box office, now open. fill the opera hotis-e to its full and thus encourage al-1 who are par-j E. ;T. McVeigh, .of will trv Tfiit when you pot a. salve onto your child's sfcm? ft passei through tJxc pores and enters the blood, just as sorely as if you put it into the child's stomach? You "would not put 3, .coarse mass of animal fatr colored by various mineral poisons (such ai many crude salves are) into your child's blood by way of the stomach? Then why do so by way of the pores no Use mire herbal provided in. couiaisi oo trxce of acy animal oil or fat, and OP pouonoiK mhieral color- ing matter. From stilt to finish it is. purely herbii. It wiil bcal sorfv-cfctts, ibscti- KS, cruptioas, wlccrs, cuts, and more qakidy than any otuef known pi-cparalioa. It 5s antiseptic, quickly stops the. tmartiag of a tote, or cut, Inflamed cores and blood-pofeocing. It is a combination of heaiiap poTurerand scicotilic purity. have proved it- Asfc those All dntpffiiti tuvi itom Me box or Co.. fcr priot, ,kins." he is also responsible for The management promise j to hold the city liable for ex- jmelodies. A few years ago QueenjTlie first'night to be as good if not to his daughter contracting compiled a volume thar) Tjie second or third, so don't typhoid during the-recent epidemic. Jed under the title of the unT_n second night. This pro-; A large auto .boulevard across Mon- jChristmas the .proceeds is going t.o be a revelation Island is planned. It will be 172 jthe sals of the book being given to'jtiie people of LetJibridge who wide, and'tliree'miles long, with j charity. This voUime was contributed [they have seen everything in tne musi-J no'speed limit. ;to by English 'writer of note, theJcal and spectacular'line, and if you; St.'Catharines'asset's exceed liabili- ilist headed by George Meredith say its the' happiest and best'ties bV Si'00.000. J Alfred Austin. and extravaganza that everf Bishop Dunn, of .Quebec, has return- Doyle. Jerome K. Jerome. Pin-j visited L-ethbridge. Your money will 'ed from tne Holy Land. ero, Hall Mr. Che.valier'sj_________________________________ Workhouse Man" was selected :forni part of this most interesting col-j lection of literary tit-bits. It would 1 I not be too much to the plea; aged married couples contained, iuj jrlie three verses of this simple Hvile! 'song made its influence felt on Jin .authority, and That Mr. Chevalier' 'helped to bring about, certain receniiy 'made, but long needed, reforms in i workhouses of England. Tbe above company appears at. rhe 'Majestic tneatre on June 3rd. "QUEEN ZEPHRA" i j Merry dances, sparkling i beautiful costumes, gorgeous scenery j Sand a bevy of pretty maidens: what! imore could one ask. and the prices within the reach of' all, tori only cheap thing about this great! j spectacle is the price. The advance} sale of seats opened Monday with ai nish, so get in line early and secure! your seats. The scenic .effects alone' "wiij he worth the price of admission as this is positively one of the great est scenic shows on UK; road today, and every si.itcb of scenery that .can he used will be placed in position on The Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE I JO FIFTH STEEET 8OUT H Near Hudson's Bay Store Office Equipment and Filing-Devices in Steel and Wood. Typewriter and Typewriter 8up- plies and Office Specialties. Phone 0, Box 122. We respectfully -solicit correspondence from out of town points. AI! inquiries..promptly, answered. Thanks, call again! ;