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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHBRTBGE DAILY HERALD Page 5, MAJESTIC THFATRF i? JLjkJ 1 4. 1 -H.VJLJ W, p. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 64tt. TO-NIGHT PROF. MENTAL PSYCHIC AND MYSTIC CO. HYPNOTISM, MAGIC AND ILLUSION, M4ND READING, MESMERISM, SONGS, ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. .W, B. Sharman, Mgr. Phone 848. THAT BEAUTIFUL AHD REALISTIC COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE "THE CLIMAX" Wednesday Only, May 17th By EDWARD LOCKE Musical by Carl Brell A Way of Sweetness, Cheerfulness and Strength SALE MONDAY, MAY 15TH 50c. A thrilling story of the high depicting a SAYS SIR SANDFORD WAS ANNOYED Reason of His Protest Against the Cement Merger Bill Ottawa, May the priv- ate bills committee of the House to- day a sensational letter from Sir Sandford Fleming, president of the International Portland Cement Co., of Hull, was read. Ho warned the members against passing the bill which has for its object the creating of an issue of five per cent, debenture stock of the Canada Cement Co., to take the placo of seven per cent, accumu- lative seven per cent, stock now out- standing. stated that in documents before the committee would be found evi- dence to establish that an extraor- dinary misappropriation of capital had been effected through an inter- mediary agency at inception, of the merger and that such misap- propriation was effected by deliberate artifice under the guise of law. The result was the necessity to substiture five per cent, debenture stock for sev- en per cent, preference. P. P. Jones, general manager of the Canada Cement Co., denies the charges and says Sir Sandford Flem- ing does not present the facts as he knows them. He says that the trou- ble is because the merger refused to take over another company in which Sir" Sandford is interested, to the detriment of the shareholders of the Canada Cement Co. He would make no further statement. What Aitken Says London, May Canadian As- sociated Press interviewed Max Ait- ken, "M. P., on the request of Sir San- ford Fleming for an enquiry into the j affairs of the Canada Cement Co., im- mediately on his return to London. "Thirteen millions alleged misappro- exclaimed'Mr. Aitken, "It's a lot of money. I suppose you expected to find some of it knocking about pirate afcip and U.S. Man-o'-Waf here." w.e added seriously, "I have nothing to say. I have ceased treat- ing that gentleman seriously for a long time added that he was not a director .'of -the Canada Cement The allegation doubtless ion; that Asquith. is bringing referred to operations of the bon Home Rule." and share company regarding waterec stock. FRANTIC ALWAYS CURE TBISJROUBLE Neuralgia is really blood poisoning. ,treat it with opium, inorphipc, cocaine, "headache powders" and other is a crime. The only possible way to cure Neu- ralgia is to purify the blood by making the Kidneys, Bowels and Skin do their proper work in nature'a own way. the way "Fruit-a-tives'" cares Neuralgia. "Fruit-a-tives" prevents the formation of Uric the whole system strong and will Always cure Neuralgia, Rheumatism and Headaches due to poisoned blood. 5Oc. a box, 6 for or trial size, 25C. At dealers, or froru Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. NOT OPINION OF THE LEADERS Aitken Doesn't Agree that Reciprocity Will Lose Canada to Empire London, May Max Aitken, M.P., the-Nova Scotian, replj'ing to the assertion of G. A. S. Newins, sec- retary of the tariff commission, that Aitken knew that reciprocity would cost the Empire the loss of Canada, said he" considered the suggestion ab- surd! "No this country, save Hew- he. went on, "professes to know ins, this. made ijjy any of Hewing' leaders; has been conspicuously absent from Bal- fours speeches; has been denied by Taft; repudiated by Laurier and 'ridi- culed :b.v Asquith." Discussing the same subject the British Western Daily News cays: "This bolting and barring policy of Canada must necessarily bring about a of the imperial tie and pave the way to the establishment of j a Canadian Republic. All this .migir probably be avoided if the Canadian j-overnment would consent either to a general, election or a referendum on th.3 -reciprocity issue. Laurier, tho.ugh is apparently resolved to carry through SELECT SPOT FOR SUMMER CAMP Delightful Location Has been Chosen near Crow's Nest Station The party of Y. 'M. C. A. directors that went up to Croxvs' Nest on Satur- day found a very delightful location miles Crew's Nest sta- tion and one mile north from the track at the mouth of the Glacier Creek Can- yon. This site IB a high level piece of and on' tae right and left are mountains, standing almost straight up to a height of i-bout four thousand feet and about half between the two lakes, a distance of .about half a mile. A splendid bail and athletic eround can be fixed up with Terr little Where Glacier Creek enters the lake the trout fishing Is finest. Up the canyon aibout two mJlea is another so secladed that very few people go there, though the trout fishing is also very and about four miles fur- ther is a glacier- Glacier Creek is about six feet wide and a typical roughing, rushing stream Ted by melting snow and ice, The general secretary of the Y, M. A, proposes to erect a shack to be used for dining purposes, also a gather ing place morning and evening, with a stove or fire place to make it home- like. He also intends to ibuild floors on which the tents will 'be pitched so tnat the dampness will not interfere with, the health of the camp. Ordin- ary spring camp cots or feed springs Such an assertion has not been failed up on posts- will be used to sleet) on. The boys' camp will last ten days or two weeks, beginning about tbo tenth .or twelfth, of July, followed by the regular senior camp, which will last for two -weeks.. A competent cook will be secured, but each boy in the camp will be re- Quired to either peel potatoes or wipe dishes or help in some part of prepar- ing the meals, and they will learn all about camp life. Physical Director Wilkee. assisted iby Scoutmaster Van Allen will be in 1V7 uits ror Wanner Days English plain blues and grays, as well as stripe effedts. Irish patterns that are exclusive with Fit-Reform. And course promises to be popular. -in a new shade of blue that Fit-Reform 2 Piece Outing Suits- Si 5, up. Kl McKELVTE McGtHRE, Sok for reciprocity in, the. same relentless .lash ATTKACTION. ,I3ie TOOGLINO PABHOTSv ,-Ooiaedy scream from start to TheOBEBLAMS In their big comedy sketch "Trix.1..... ANIMATED PICTURES THE FAMILY YAUBEYILLE THEATRE Doors Open Curtain 3 p.m. J. REACHES CIH John T. Hall, the well known licity and industrial expert who is jus completing his engagement in that ca pacity with Brandon, is in the city to day. He is negotiating witth the Boan I of Trade here with regard to nig tak ing up that work for this city. The council of the Board will .-probably meet some time tomorrow to -conside whatever proposition Mr. Hall make to them. For several years Mr. Kail was en gaged in this work for Hamilton, Oritr and later caiae to 'Medicine Hat where he stayed for two years, year ago to Brandon. In addition to 'his work as publicity and industrial commissioner for these two Western cities, Mr. Hall has -been secretary o the -Western Canada Irrigation Asso ciation, the Associated Boards of Trade of Western Canada, the Alberia Union of and several other Western Canadian organizations NO CONFLICT WITH CANADA PERFECT EQUALITY I.N WEDDING OF A SUFFRAGETTE May A suffrage wed- filng took -piaca yesterday at Brighton. Suffragettes gathered in force wi.ti jtri-colof emblematic of freedom, purity and hope. The terhJe and London, May Times, .dis- cussing the status of foreign consuls general, trusts that the Home Depart-: ment will be prepared to discuss ifc at the Imperial Conference not merely with a clear grasp of the important issue involved, bur. the proper under- __________________________________standing of the tendencies in-the over-_ dominion to regard this as a' worded service, in which to he advanced. was declared that tne couple united! "We are astonished to the themselves on grounds of perfect equal'wrlter goes OI1 "That Le Canada're- ity and comrad-es and helpmates what- ever the circumstances of life might bring, them. rlnjjs- and tifere was a specially President Taft has expressed him- self as being opposed to the r-.-tu1.] of judges. cently warned its readers against de- signs upon Canadian autonomy which apparently were to be sprung at the Imperial- Conference. There is no sentiment in this country towards lim- iting Canadian autonomy. There are interests'of Great Britain alone: No Canadian and British Imperial inter- ests diverge and are there any quos- LAST FEW DAYS has continued falling since Fri day evening at more or ;less frequent intervals. On Friday night the fall was, according to the record of C. H Bowman, the meteorlogicai observer here, '.23 inches. Up to Sunday mora- was an additional .04 inches and .up to'seven o'clock this morning a further fall of .09 inches. Consider- rain has fallen today since tiif. record; was taken. But the continued wet spell up to this morning has giv- en the ground .36 inches or over one- of an inch. The rain has not come in heavy showers -and none of it as yet is running off, the ground get- ting the full benefit. H; Ostlund spent Sunday in Stirling and says that rain has fallen there almost steadily since Friday -evening. GOOD CROSSING FOR C. N. Ft. NEAR TABBR Taber, May surveys mads in'behalf of the Taber Board of Trade n; excellent railway crossing on the itelly River has ibeen discovered at Jrcpansion Coulee, almost directly er will fee appointed. During the past few years the sum mer camp feature has become very popular. The associations In Canada and the United States had a total of iboys in cami? during the sum mer of 1910.- This Is one of the fcest opportunities for a summer outing at the minimum cost and under expert supervision ,and the local Y. M. C. A. expects from 25 to 50 boys this first season, and the number growing'year by year. POLICECOURT Get yourself into- for the Spring and.'Summer, fey forttiyiag yoar oansttotfaa Tr8 berta's Pride Beer. f This beer is a tonic A. or will give renewed life and vfgw "when you TwtHjr feel Hfat fe the wayside. Its purity is abtoTtrte and'it c. Hqqit food, easfly assimilated by the weakeat stomach. IL is a boon to ttate ing from digestif coptns. Alberta's Ffide fessr-Si iss-wad from best barley hemian strictly sanitary, The Lethbridge Brewing ancf Malting Co. 554 THEATRICAL M E NTA U TK E PSYCHtC KA-ft- VEL AT, THE fc> fiHEwr ft -witfc tte ut- vaoBt. tcdracj-. flgat-in fte plc- ture fit -Qfar nautt- reaflEtJc: put on gjkftqj- rhTOimaraaae axeittus of the life thase men in the eaily days. 'wiai. tils bif: feature, a -will Be sbowii Keeping eserrsne ra the doings of tha woriai. an Police Court this morning was simp ly a forecast of the busy season ahead' in this city, and Magistrate Ball put in.a strenuous hour. Six teamsters appeared to answer to the charge of creating a nuisance by scat- terin soil and other materials on the streets. All pleaded guilty, so the simply gave them a warn- ing not to let it happen again as the city is :doing its best to keep the streets in good condition, and it is the duty, of every citizen to help in the work. With, this advice they were all dismissed. Raspberry Jones was up on .a charge of vagrancy. This gentleman is one-of the dusky natives of the Sunny- .South, but his working proc- orth of the town, and the crossing! li'vities are not- very apparent, so vould be the most logical for the C. ;R.'S proposed extension south from Ondersly. Slim Jim was given a month to think It over at the barracks, Slini is a dope fiend and the magistrate thought it would chance to help him to break the Imbit. Carl Tiller and Jos. Ba- con, garden dnmks, Tjrere. handed the ordinary three and costs to keep them from forgetting the mistake they made- The man Ansel Wysong, aboutj whom his wife in Seattle was making enquiries through the chief of police here, was located" on Saturday. He was taken to Brandon or. Saturday afternoon .by the Mounted Police to the insane asylum, having been rdock i Bitters CUKES ALL Skin Diseases. ess, directly occasioned by a bad brought in from. Medicine Hat a fewjnieiit, preseirted by the TJnited f the blood, and it is {jays previously in a state of violent 1pjay under tasteful surrouad- With the advent of the .Psy- chic and Mystic- at the Msfestte- for five .nights comni'encing the theatregoers ol be treated to something ,out the ordinary in tire way of rfaefttrfcal tractioaa. That the perfonnance is one of unusual la proven by ing neiyBpaper reports of the perffcrOT- ance 'rona the coast papers knd towiss appeared. Mental himself, is pronounced tie most powerful psychic worfeer of the age, demonstrating- his wonderful pow- er, not only over human beings, .but also over dumb animals, producing tests tliat no other hypnotist dare at- tempt. Miss Billie Dare 'appetrteff wMi Mental is recognized by both press and public as greatest fedy hyp- on the American number of other high class eatertafe- ers will also appear a per- formance second to 'none in tfiis line. THE CLIMAX With a company of ca, and a sumptuous production, by tlie eminent :wrtter, Ed- ward Locke, wfil .fee-.-offered at the Majestic Theatre Wednesday aeit, May 17th, TMs piece has receJTed the highest endorsement of both press an-d public, and Is of.tha .most nterestfng studies in modern life tie 03 Ofl from the ffm d been used as a and restorative for For a. iocg tome it-ias opinion the- Liver (Ml was tfiit fremijr, cafy its only Being; table, fishy taste the oik. From tht first experts, feme tng to find means to Hiaiz. it nrore; pala- table. They nsed to it with it m it. wiifl lemon to flfffe that abominable Ssby tusfe- Lots of people sdH tofe rion fonn, -wiuch a aatawg; "churned" itSl oily and; a. on' tife digestion. Doctors used w thioS it jfas> o2 itself that btrilt up tha were slsw to find cut tnwt toe oil wsKa distinct drawback to the players I ciples contaEicd-. iit fit Crude oil is qpie anJ wul, in put 'one stcongut. sromaxni out of order.. iway wili-i the grene and supri yet retail., ail tSs inediciaal of tlbe Tins is done the fresh oil" from the new Hvera.. and eonditions that bas been seen on the stage in years. -It aboacd-s stirring scenes, situations E ft s brilliant in dialagae and clever fn ts conceptions. It is a pJay that in- terests all lovers of wholesale amuse- )ossible to eradicate them from the jnsanitv; ystem unless you put your blood into good shape. The following ekin diseases arc curable by Burdock Blcod Bittera through its ti-ons of .foreign policy which can be! wonderful cleansing, purifying powers on regarded as of _ Canadian interest j the its renovating action on i alone? If so the British statesmen would certainly prefer to see them settled by the Canadian government I alone." REGINA TO HAVE C. P. R. SUPERINTENDENT Regina, .May is a "-eOI (defined rumor in railway circles in the city at present that C. Hood, C. P. R. fuel superintendent for Western Can- ada, with headquarters at Winnipeg, is to come to Regina as local super- intendent, under Superintendent Scul- thc system, viz., Salt Rheum, Tetter, Shingles, Scurf. Erysipelas, Itching and Burning Rashes, Ulcers, Sores, etc. Miss Stella Maitland Forks. N.S., writes: "I have been bothered salt rbeurn. on iny hands, for three 'years, and it itched so I did not know what to do. I tried everything but nothing seemed to bo any good. .1 heart of Burdock Blood Bitters and bottles of it, and now I am perfectly cured and have no salt rheum on my nar.ds any more. cannot speak too highly of Burdock Blocd Manufa.cnired only by The T. Milburn ly of the errand division.- Co., Limited, Tomato. Out. TELLS THE EAST ABOUT PROSPECTS Toronto, May Sifton of Alberta Is at the King Edward Hotel en route to England for the Corona- tion. He spoke this morning- enthus- iastically of the prospects of a bump- er wheat crop in the west this seasor.. "So far it has been the best loofciag season we could possibly ask for." ings and with artistic environment. The theatre goers of the eilr will- -be pleased to learn that "The the great New York and Chicago suc- cess will be presented at the Majestic on Wednesday. As thia ts one of the greatest dramatic events of iire sea- son, this attraction will fn all pro- bability be greeted by a large aud- ience. STAR LAND, "THE The stirring times of MoTgran and other famoiis pirates wil recalled today and tomorrow at the ever pop- ular Starland, when tie most thrilling" sensational and realistic photoplays ever produced will be exhibited. "The a pirate story of the high seas, Introducing. a most sensa- tional fight 'between pirates and a U.- S. Man of War. The picture in Itself' is one of the finest specimens photo- graphy ever produced, everything be- ing clear, distinct and steady, enabl- liver pulp s tBen redaced w of an extract Ktc beef extract'.. Nyml's1 Cod: Liver Compound is- this feer extiaact combined! wiifi, an-: ax- tract zMt and healing It also- t2ie tzae This combination mates Nai's Cod Liver Compound a deEcicins builds np tae aad narifccs jou stroag. Take when- yam Jed yotusslf losing your gap. Jfcfk a to even tSe cbildzea lite ft.. Get a bottle to-day and oft for a large Your druggist will chacduOy receouxwcd rt facCUWt ItSLGTfF (11 ftbOUt StL. Ai.BEftTA j, D. Softf and: BOOK: cp. A W. P. J. One for each evtry4ty ;