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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTBRIDGi: DAILY ITERATE Pace 13. We guarantee you June weather inside when it's January outside NO-matter cold and blustery the weather may be outside, you will enjoy the warm, balmy air of June in your home this coming winter if you have the Sunshine furnace in your cellar. The Sunshine furnace is so perfectly constructed it simply must heat your home to your entire satisfaction. If it fails to do so it is be- cause of -some error in in- stallation, la such a case will send one of our ex- pert furnace men who will discover the error and have it corrected. You are absolutely cer- tain of a comfortable home when you buy the Sunshine. It is guaranteed by us to you. We have a competent agent in your locality. Con- sult -him about size of furnace and arrangement of registers. London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, i5t. John, For sale by Stafford- Agaew Co., Lethbridge All Users of CHES a i i Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by Co., Oitei Ask your nearest grocer for them RESERVE JUDGEMENT you OBSERVE THE NICE LJTTLE HLRE FOfi ME TO OA'. SURE ire EEfl FOPVLRR CRT- WILL CHUYl JDOVVW Tfl "00 BECOME FIXED I J'M FiTl THE BARRIER" BENEFITS MANY SOCIETIES During its "The great many benefits LILLIPUTIAN COM PAN Y Showalter's tunit came wh n she was engag What they say about' the Lilliputian tliroughout America. rand opera produced clue to the prominence of Rex i in some of these orders, and because fool Bed j are just as proud of every "IDEAL" Metal Bed we you will be of the one you buy, when you set it up in your home. And after it has given you many ysars of still as solid and substantial and beautiful as when you first saw know you'll think: that certainly is a well-made Then we want you to remember who made it. That's -why we stamp the "IDEAL" guarantee label on the foot-rail. "Look for It when you buy, and you'll always glad you did. Most stores sell "IDEAL" Metal Beds. Xhert are 117 different designs, all well made, all beautifully finished.- Office nearest you for Free Book No. IDEAL BEDDING MONTREAL TORONTO WtNNIPIO M Walk" and and adapter of "L'hantiecier." ''L'Aiglon" and "Cyrano Ide Berserac." to be Anglicised and pre- i reared for our stase. I I Then came the hunt for a woman to play the leading role. Liebler and Co.'s forces included several emotional act- resses of great power, but in one case there was an aversion to playing tiie pan. of the woman who erred, and in others plays of tried popularity were keeping; their players busy. So it no: until Olga Xethersole joined the fold ihat "The Redemption of Evelyn Vaudray" saw light. This is Miss Ner.hersole's first year as a Liebler and Co. star. Hitherto, tnis distinguished actress has manag- jed herself. It is believed, that, the new j conditions widen the scope of her achievements. "Tiie Redemption of -Evelyn- Vaud- ray" has been staged for Liebler and Co. by Ben Greet, the well-known Shakespearian producer, under- Mr. Parker's supervision. The cast, will a strong one, made-up of both Eng- lish and American players. Opera Co., which opens at the .Majestic such a way that the defendant should !Theatre on -.Monday next: _ iruilty when he signed the state-i "It is safe to say that 'Pinafore' 'HE ISLE OF SPICE" transcontinental tour, i -The Isle of-Spice" is spicy. The Company has given, a Majestic theatre was well filled last night with an audience that appeared societies j t0 pleased with this sparkling musi- cal comedy. The company is not over- burdened with good individual voices, but the choruses were catchy and Peggy Brady as sung by. Margaret ,_ Miss i appearance of his latest play ap- mcnls. believing them to he correct, ,'ne.ver prettily and entertainingly alternated the leading role peals to men and women of affairs, who "has the best "and richest Evidence for the defence showed in the Or- House here as it j with lime de Pas.'iuali of the iletropol- Toronto. Winches- ter reserved- judjrnjcnt yesterday in I he trial of Lieut.- Col. James jVIun- of Kmbi'o., Our-., forrnpi" presi- ded of thr; defunct Fanners' Bank, conchuicii yeslcrrlav. Col. MHTUO ttiis charged u-ith .signing false reports the .hank's standing each last year. the monthly reports ho signed was affniiticd by tiie do- the puinl at issue between the ai.d the defence heing as to r or not section 151 of the denes in nianasrer Col Miinro implicit confi-v'.as !ast b-' lhe Simpson Hoggjitaii Opera, and scored an instant andj __ __ 'l.Tillfllll'lfln C" wJ-n Vn- ,-m-n n I i R. of the Travers, the general bank. He even left, Opera Co. Baby Grace-was who like to co-operate with efforts of the hour. During the week at Seattle stl. f_ (her sons 'Kiss Me. Kid.' All the greai COIidllcl a signed blank report lor fi ravers to L ;acters wer jcompjete success. Walter and oddfellows selected a night heard her and im- each, and on both occasions people turned the opera, and inj -------_Cid.' All the-char-1 ijipital. and the audience ensued her as solist with so iai-ge as this Damrosch Orchestra for its 10JO-...... _______ __________ enthusiastically u'- Savage, the far-see- who placed some hundreds of dollars The Lorraine Cbapier of tiie S. 0. E. in. should he be unable to come not to Toronto to it. were iciative. and loud in taeir applause. impresario, in search of a prima'in their rreasury as a result of the NEWS -ROM i-iOME TOWN _ jpearj C-r'vJe as Josephine, Ba2ellctoima lo sin" 'be role in his 'benefit, the manager of "The Twenty steamers, with some mil- j Lewis as Little Buttercup, Jennie "Tail- production of Puccini's "Girl [barrier" as follows: "We thoroughly enjoyed the most ?xcelient play, and anpreciaied the merit of the performers. Our benefit lion bushels of grain can not set ele-jsley as Ralph Rack-straw. Goldfn vc.ior accommodation to unload Montreal. atjpby is Captain Cochraine were all 'splendid. Miss Show aiter's voice, and declaring her to be die idea! "Minnie." lias EG- voice, and "The Goo Goo by the King, caught the crowd and incessant apoiause at the end of. each verse. met with liberal acknowledgement another song contributed.by a quartette, delighted --the audience1. Two quite funny fellows, though their WORLD NEffS AT A GLANCE D. G. probert was shot by glar, whurn he interrupted, robbing a store. at.Whonnach, B. 0. He was seriously -wounded. Edmonton ratepayers defeated A bylaw for to purchase pro- perty tor a municipal stockyard. The vote is taken as one of want of con- fidence in the council. Rev.- R. A. Miitz, general secretary of The. Sunday school commission of the Church of England has left Tor- onto to make a tour of the west. Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, has appointed King George a general field Marshall of the Prussian Army. The doni'inion government naS se- cured a portrait of Henry Wegtworih "the aspostle of peace, who was bom in the Ottawa valley, Hol- iisan Hunt, for the National Gallery.. Moose -law passed bylaws totalling for local improvements." The census shows that during- toe past decade the population of Ireland decreased the population now being Winnipeg is planning to have an elaborate celebration on Coronation Day. The Canadian Locomotive Co., of Kingston, Ont., has sold out to an English syndicate composed of Lord Glenconuer, Darlborough Pryor, J, L. Leigh-wood and F'. R. S- Balfour. Hon. W. Il.irty, M.P., is president and acting manager of the company. lion. Sydney- Fisher will hold a series of public meetings in the Eas- Vv'ir at times seem.s to be .very much'tern Townships discussing reciprocity- forced, are Robbie Woolsey and Chas. j and the naval issue- Vaughn. Altogether the comedy fur-j nishes an evening's enjoyable amuse- j Tnere are live case of smallpox in mem. There is very little production. The scenes are crown Gustav NeuriJng- of London, Ens., is bequeathed to Montreal charities. Montreal.is to have a variety of rao- the Sailor's Hornpipe, by Lillian Eh-. I lens, was brilliant and anistic, and.-tb-e jwjii easily IK- one of The biggest musi-'and we thank, you cordially for the cal evens s next season, the firsi opportunity." lish of the The Olive Branch Lodge, Xo. 4, I. the fictional "Isle oE and (.he the citv of Quebec. 1.0 tnej laid in n be no special issue of is officially announced that there Canadian King and his love affairs, combined i postage, stamps for the coronation, with the presence of a U. S. T-1C funeral of Henry Maurice Ber- Act slioulcl be int.crpre.tcd in 'tor fire apparatus. }0. 0. F.. wrote as follows: "U is the opinion of i.'nc war, make up the principal features of twelve hun-jinee afternoon and a farewell ap- Are You Building When selecting your paper for your new house, be careful. You will benefit, by using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEE! PEERLESS SHEATH IXG is also good We wiil be pleased to mail samples on re- q-iesr. Trade only supplied. Merrick- Anderson Co. T i The Gir i-roin inc L-oJden applause fairlv shook tne bouse. It: i I hid company will appear for o was the best ever given a ere in con-1 uection with 'PinafoVe.' iheaLre on'dred rhat point clearance tonight. The choruses were all rendered .production, acting and general spirit and melody. Sir Joseph ;Port-{ the play. The music is plentiful and the jokes numerous. There is a mat- teaii.v, minister of war, of France, was killed in the aviation disas- last Sunday was held at Pans anrf a most impressive ccremonv. your performance of 'The Barrier' was' A Good Defence Against the White Plague No one can afford to lessen their pro- ducing power to-day, and 10 have power -you must have good er. Dick Deadeye, ar.ri Bill Bpbstay'j 'rook their parts with signal ability-. j "Tonight the 'Gcndoliers" will be] ipreseiited, and certainty this company {deserve a ho'ise. It is hardly possible for any -company, operatic 'or four consecutix'e 'nights in Charlottetowu. Anotner reason. for there ;not being: so large a a .vaaience as migj- have been, is that the cur- 'iain rises too late, and this keeps the our. until eleven o'clock. U'e think tiie should vise at Icig'it-fii'teen sharp, "liid if this were 'jirompily carried ihe ceople would on rime. Entertainments of ;KJnd hs.ve rather scarce of late! I in Charlctterown. and the people) 'f-iiould encourage good companies com- yoa fcel fl. for- any ,aski ims here. give them the large they deserve." I The Lilliputian Opera Co. will open i.Viomlay in "San Toy." Tuesday, "Pin- ;nrnre.'' Wednesday, "Tne land Thursday's bill will annoiiiicecl later. of any play ever seen in ,'rbe Seattle.'1 j Clubs, College Alunnis. j and other organisations which aim toll promote the aprrcciation of the bookj ;plays and the better drama hsve al-j The human body is ihe greatest -been in hearty accord with the) chins ever most wonder-j efforts of the local managers tbronrh-ij ful mechanism in the !01U the coimtrv u-3on the securing "of I It is sheer ccoamuic -.vasic not to .ceep -arnatic ,iterarv -Sl. votir body in tnc best conaition. _ There is no valid CXCUM for allowingicossss hxe Kex Beach s greatest andjj the tissues to become attacked by the realistic story of "The Harrier." white You need your health and j The dale sef. for its appearance in Canada necdr- you. iLcth'oridge is Monday. Juno for one Insure if bv building up your at tfae Ma'je6tic Theatre reserve forces ana bodily The best defence you can get is Xynl's j Cod Liver Compound. It builds up the tissues and prevents disease. A delicious tonic and a splendid vital- puts on good, solici flesh, and THE REDEMPTION OF EVELYN VAUDRAY" the puny and backward child there since Bernstein's play. is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver had its success Place Warm Sold and guaranteed COMING WITH CHEVALIER j Kdnr. irlomia. i'if.-'i u'in n> ;lio prima f-nnada will lioar for the !i ij otily I ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGIN30THAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE I To-iiiorrow. i Ili I'or ihe lias Ijefn Makers. I Winnipeg. rTlip Mrdfiiiptior: of r'veiyn jo OP nroi-onfecJ by Olga Ncr'iersole, .at I Mnifsrir- Tboatre ..ninp L'nrl, is looknci forward to iniK'ii r'.ntii inntion. jjnriir- sili-v- Hie I'OrforuiiiilO1 lioiv- will :IiO our- of ilit. in co'.iiitrv.. This boiler does "it economi- cally and well. It is built for soft coal and is easily adaptable 10 wood. It is so constrycted that the water absorbs all the heat not an atom goes up the chimney unless you use the dir- ect draft The flues are 'large' and easily cleaned they are reached through the doorg on front of boiler near top. The boiler is built in sections." HlliJ can be increased at any time secure this boiler for either hot. water or sfeatn. It i, ver" simple to operate. Tt will last for years without p.nv ex- pense for repairs One of lifting Systems can ba installed at a very reasonable figure. Let send yon jinorraittiyn on Mils ayatera. Sund Please send in tho are rae .on Xsme u, in 'lli'iiisi! ailment jf liu-.'-t-. rifilils HI .if ro X. o; ;