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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE -LETJTBRIDGE DAILY Page. 5 MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 646. TO-NIGHT PROF. MENTAL PSYCHIC AND MYSTIC GO. HYPNOTISM, MAGIC AND ILLUSION, VENTRILOQUISM, MIND READING, MESMERISM, SONGS, ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. FIRST IN CANADA MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646. Three Nights, commencing May 22nd Mr. John 'Griffith, supported by Miss Edith. Trotter And a Competent Company in the Following Plays: Bells." 50c. SPECIAL HOLIDAY 2.30, Wednesday, May 24th. MATINEE 25c. Splendid Gathering of Women Results in a Perma- nent Organization Being Completed-. Ladies Much Interested in the Idea-Several Addresses Given Not a more enthusiastic meeting was ever held in Lethbridge than the {session in. the Y. M...C. A. auditorium yesterday afternoon when one liun- ".Make Letirbridge a spotless "Make Lethbriclge a greater town. I "Make Lethbridge ;hc centre of Southern Alberta. 'dred and sixteen women met together I "-'Uake i-ethbridge the p'ivot t t. ___ ij land organized the Lethbridge Women's n'hich evolves the entire busi- i Cl'wb of the Board of Trade. .ness interests of Sunny Southern Al- Mrs. John Silver, the acting j man presided, and Miss McLachian act! "This organisation can solve the: ed as temporary secretary. An of help, introduce do who so willingly assisted them in their mental solo, rendered by .Mrs. C. K. science and technical educa- organization: they also wish to thank Young, was the entertaining first n urn ;tion- aild assisl materially in matters'; the Board of Managers ofihe Y M" ber. Mrs. Silver gave a short education and training jc. A. for the use of .the auditorium and dress of welcome, then asked the sec- the -voun8'- jthe ladies who contributed musical se- retary to read the minutes of the first The speaker said he noticed in one'lections during the afternoon, meeting held in St. Augustin's Hail of the local papers an item headed j The executive committee will meet last Saturday afternoon. jwith "Make Lethbridge a formulate plans and draw up a con- Miss McLachian told the and said this would a splen-jstitution at the horn- of Miss .Mc'Lach- she had received an inquiry from inotto for Roman's club Sixth street South, Tuesday, large Canadian magazine publisher, ,afternoon, at four o'clock, asking, for particulars of i he new clu'o Following Mr. Kail's remarks, Mrs. i The club also wish to thank Mr. Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, Letter food than baker's. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. Q pecial Special THE Tuesday night, are again appearing" for the balance of the Weefc That Prof. Mental as a hypnotist is second to none was clearly prcrven Tuesday night, and even more difficult" testa than have yet been seen will pro- duced each night for the Balance oi ISLE OF SPICE" the week. As is the case in There are many features in B. C. c5tj" by this -company, Whitney's delightful musical mixture, is receiving great for "Isle of which will especially ibc man- Its appearance at the Majestic Theatre cards, ot which- twelve 'f an tfce Ion jof the present theatrical season. .nights for the remahrfter oJ to make short addresses, giving been said about this the week will be the sensational Man- Several members of the Board of tlieir the movement. .Mrs. C.i_____ jthat it has the youngest, cleverest, Escape by Prof. Mental ssd Miss "Billie Dare. Dorothea De who was so well liked Tuesday night, will be heard in new songs, and Eamitfett jwlth his family of talking blocKheads- will also be responsible for more laughs. T" "11 f 1 CLL, J. UcttUl C I vfc- ;which is the first and only civic club W. P. Roy, accompanied by Mrs. for the palms and ferns Friday and Saturday -May andlyears of Practice has in Canada, and they wanted a detailed Nelson, sang in a most acceptable loaned to add attractive-j27. and it win be the" features on tte 'story for publication of the the orgaiii- ner. The women were then called up-Sness to tlle assembly room. jof the pr ;xation. ion to make short addresses, giving! '__________ been cleverest, I iprettiest and best singing and dancing Trade were present, and also a p- Conybeare gave a witty little talk) FOI? ber of the merchants of the city at- she said she had been a resident, of) VJ.UJL.il I chorus on the American'stage SCHOOL BOARD Bended the meting to show .their for twenty-one years and .'terest, and lend encouragement. .during that time had bought every-! i W. R. chairman of she needed in tethbridge if she i Board of Trade publicity secnre what she from addressed the gathering, and touched the merchants here. She said she was iv the organization could A drama full of human emotion, showing it makes a coward of us all THE OUTBREAK A Picture of the West :upon the 'assist the Board of Trade, and .they could help make a i'ger Lethbndge'. Mr. Dobbin spoke of the work the women could do in I the ptt-blic schools: how their sugges- .a Woman's with club the organization of in Lethbridge. and ANOTHER TREAT FOR THE PATRONS OF THE MAJESTIC John Griffith, whose name for near- Spokane, Wash., Mav A. P 'ly two dec.ades has 'been so inseparably ____-..._i "iassociated with the character n? MP- Kassett, president of the Woman's better and do in ucr power to make it a success. Mrs. R. J. Gordon! gave one "of the ablest addresses of the afternoon. She said that Chica.go, A'on-partizan Political the gauntlet into the League, arena tions would often, help in civic mat- time considered the mv Qn ,nan> but Qow. {n the wind was iphisto. in Goethe's great plav- "Faust." wh0. 0 in me announced that two of it-; rs will be candidates for the1..' F Q i ,'tne famous Goethe board of Spokane at the elec- ters, and said they were needed to en-'. .tertain visitors coming to the city and lts Phenomenal strangers. At the concfusion entlrel-v forgotten, and she said when !of his remarks he introduced Mr. J. skyscrapers were erected in. Leth- IT.' Hall. Mr. congratulated the we wouM forser- a11 about the on December 2, to succeed J. G. j, president of the Washington Trust Company, and A- W. Davis, an ott'icer of the Spokane Bar association. and be seen ,n late years, has ap- series of Shakespeare's a revival of this season, j Majestic Theatre next Monday. KILLING OF STOCK BY THE RAILWAYS has ,played here fre, whose terms end next fall. ,as one actors_ Ottawa. May clause; [quently, and is generally recognized j conditions: in reference- to> of America's foremost "tragic of stock by railways and His present supporting com- which sets forth that railways are jwomen- for'the Targe attendance'at the chlhoolcs, and urgently asked the wo- of the leaglle decl h ig Ml be responsible for animals slaughtered m HonrI .-i o-ri f> n n n f o T l meeting, gave brief review of his pub men to band together and work ear- Mrs. Go to the Ilicitv work in the past, and spoke of for a greater Lethbridge. !the "uniqueness of their organization. :Sllver made a fevv excellent re; erous gries'ances and that so far the. school board :has shown little or three Jnterested In the movement For Good Meals and" Quick Service I He said, in part: iuy, ana san i movement which has been Jav sh h I inaugurated among the women of the JCity of Lethbridge. is carried to a sue- jjad ,been dee cessful issue, and I kn.ow of no su'b- jstantial reason why it should not 'be I successful it will mark an epoch' in the history of Boards-of Trade .work throughout Western Canada that will grow and wax strong as the years go cneapest thev wished, by, and become a potent factor in the agrictiltural commerce and industrial development of as fair and fruitful a -land as ere the sun shines on. It has'Tracle had drawn a in Ollt' j.been wisely and truthfully stated by a :he v'0rk of tlie club. They philosopher in his day that 'th'e hand-j that rocks the cradle is the hand that j 1 and aching-back. ton' -Vrs' J" F" .SlmPson' iirs- aiarnot band met a Jadv and told her about my er been surpassed Backache comes from sick kidneys, 'Ml'p- j sickness and -what a'lot of trouble sicfc kidneys :'rrri- Downer will be abroad until j dock cause. September, and in her absence Mrs.i the i? ''But thev can't help it. Jf more work John Silver, the first vice-presidenr j hust is put on them than they can stand it is wil, at the meetings. and that abominaLle ashy taste and Lots of people still take it in Emul- sion form, which is nothing more than "churned" still greasy, oily and a strain on the digestion. Doctors used to- think it was tie oil 'itself that built up the, were slow to find out that the oil was a distinct drawback to the medicinal-prin- ciples contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach out of order. A way has now been discovered to do away with the grease and the smell, and yet retain all the medicinal properties of the liver. This is done by' removing' the fresh oil from the new livers. The liver pulp is then reduced to tfee form of an extract like beef extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is simply lo 'until mv bus- A program of pictures that, has nev-i tbis'liver extract combined with an ex- be shown at thef tract of roalt and healing wild, cherry. not .to be wondered they get out of order. Weak back simply a warriing from the'kidnevs a.id should be attended to Before the meeting adjourned. .T. W. addressed the 12, the members to do everything r so I kept m tising one bottle after another program is "The until I had taken six in all and then I science." snowing how ir makes- cow- was strong and well. 1 am positive ards of that my bein, aJiveto-dajs SUUUlU tLtilUCU WJ l ITI 11 li i; i 11 v t ,m i. v. as to avoid years of within their power to help secure rhp "se of Burdock Blood Bitters the One all. Then rhere is "The 0i.ffbreak.- another strong- feature with a beautiful story, excellent scen- CLERGYMAN'S DAUGHTERS .mraediately ._ .___ _ ______ terrible suffering from kidney trouble. Drv Farmin? Congress for Lerhbridgef and full of excitement. Tblg is in !3ii'. and said that the only draw-j j would re a bottlc of ;produced by the having the congress here'" Mrs. N. Larmour. Smith's Falls. Ont., f take pleasure in writing you, i statins the benefit, J. have received by ch j Kidney Pills. About a bp the lack of sleeping quarters for Sample box j Sons of Ministers free if you write ns, mentioning this j v v paper. Naiion.il Drug and Chemical i lork' 'Ma-v daughters Co.; Dcpt-A.D.. Toronto, 49 iof a wealthy Brooklyn clergj-man, will The original 'Weci cJersymen. who are sons of _ year ago 1 was terribly afflicted with for the visiors. -but. said this could rwo Preachers. Who Are; [arne anri Was so fend I could not be overcome if every woman of the even sweep my own floor. I was ad- vised to try Doan's Kidney Pills, which I aid. and with the greatest benefit. I three boxes and I am her home to the their friends, of course for a consideration. Hin Pillc madp hv a double ceremony t.o, to any sufferer from lame back or kidney !be Performed here in July. Miss Fran-; trouble." ever. I highly recommend these pills Mr. also spoke, and in- National ces Price, will'-becoroe the wife of Rev.; Price oO rents per box or 3 for Arthur H. Bradford, of Springfield. Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto, are sold jucv. Walter A. Hendricks, of Laramie, only in this box. Wyoming. a! dirt s.. and her sister, Namee, will wed i thought I would procure a bottle of produced by the famous Selig com- Burdock Blood Bittery aJid after J had whose pictures we can always taken two I was able to do a lot. of hard work all the summer, and I never felt better in my life. In the winter of 1806 I had Pneumonia, and it. left me with a depend on to make a good, strong pro- gram. Limited space forbids us say- ing anything about the balance of the show, but these two features mention- ed above are a big attraction in them- selves. A good song by Vic Turner morrung when I would get out. of bed I j had to sit for a. while it was go painful. After I had used Burdock [will be sung. This will conclude a Blood Bitters the pain'disappeared com- (program unsurpassable in the west. pletely. U has also cured me of bleeding I____________________f Take it when you feel yourself losing' your grip. It's a pleasure to even the children like it. Get a bottle to-day and ward off disease. SI.00 for a large bottle. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend it because he knows all about it. Sold and guaranteed isr r< ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAiVi CO. JACKSON COPE W. P, J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE Miiburn Co., Limited, If ordering direct specify "Doin't." vitsd the wonntn present to attend the lofture siven by Professor Shannon. of St. Louis who will speak fo the wo- JSTR'ONG FEATURE ACTS men and ot the city at the Y. M.j nay thi, M it may j AT MAJESTIC THEATRE G. A. next Tuesday afternoon. j ia it has j "Mysterious M'enfar" and his clever) j The flub passed a vote of thanks to Manufactured only by The T. Miiburn j company, who so skilfully and com-j of the Board. Trade, .Limited, Toronto. Out. jpletcly entertained their audience oa One for each every day ;