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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Mar 911. THE LETHBJUDGK DAILY HERALD Page 5 Maiestic Theatre W. B. Shei 'man, Manager Phone 646 Friday Evening, The Dramatic Event of the Season. First Appearance Here of England's Greatest Emotional Actress "THE ENGLISH BERNHARDT (Liebler Co., Managers) in lie Redemption 0 Evel VV. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHOWE 641 veiyn By Henri Bernstein, author of The. Thief Adapted by Louis N. Parker Staged by Ben Greet JAMES A. PATTEN The noted Chicago grain plunger, who intends to aid the war on tuberculosis. SEAT SALE TUESDAY MORNING and Gallery 75c INSTALL WATER PURIFYING PLANT MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE NIGHT, MONDAY, JUNE 5 SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF REX'BEACH'S LATEST SUCCESS K "THE BARRIE A strong, thrilling- story of Alaska, the last ''Frontier.' KLAW ERLANGER'S NEW AMERSTERDAM THEATRE SUCCESS First Transcontinental Tour Select Cast Complete Production Superintendent Reid has been josy for three or four days past installing a water purifying plant at. .rhe power station. The plant is used in connec- tion with the boilers of the power plant and is for die purpose of re- -Mayor Adams and Aid. Bowman and j moving- the alkali and other impuri- returned last nigbi from their'ties in the water used in the boilers, i tour of the northern cities. Calgary the scale formation which hidmonton, .where they a few j tends to detract, so much from the Idays gleaning informal ion which will: effectiveness of the boilers. It is a j be useful to them in handling the'cnemical arrangement to soften ihe jj! large public improvements this year j water, and sodium bicarbonate and hn this city. While the trip was a j alum are largely used in the process.: 11 hurried one, Mayor Adams states that [The plant has been put into operation, they were given every assistance by j and -Mr. Reid it is working well! 5 civic officials and came back with and doing all that is expected of it. jjtwo or three noie books full of ideas, i Their main object was to obtain infor- jtnation. about paving and street rail- To-niriit Only F. A. WADE Presents B. C. Whitney's Highly Seasoned Musica! Mixture ENCHANTING SONG HITS. A Riot of Color. Spirit- sd Songs. Hilarious Fun and Novel Dances. BOBRY WOOLSEY JACK LESLIE And Big Cast of Principals 'The (loo MJIIV" TT i A rn 11 tan A on J ell Till You Trv." Etc SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS SPECIAL PRICES Nig. 75c, and Ready Tuesday j FAMOUS BISON PRODUCTION MRS. GAYUFE'S VISITOR A Scream from Beginning to End- Coming Monday and Tuesday The Famous Buffalo Jones Lassoing Wild Ani- mals in Africa They Lave five different kinds [jot' pavement in Calgary and four in I Edmonton, but His was back- LOCAL BUDGET Alterations and improvements arejr LOCAL FIRM GETS CONTRACT Wellington Bros., painters and dec- have been awarded the con- A MISSING HORSE What appears to be a horse stealing ward about mentioning his favorite for'being made on the King George. tactical reasons, although he has to the extent of .1 kinds in mind that he thinks would c. R. manager of the Mer- MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646. FOUR NIGHTS COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 29th First of Sinwon Lilliputian Opera Company 30 PEOPLE r 30 PEOPLE To-y." Tliursclav. to announced. Gallery 50c IN BRITISH EYES suit Lethbridge particularly The.chants Bank, left for Fernie and Elko. parly also obtained some valuable IB. C.. yesterday to look after business pointers that will be of much help in interests there, laying' the street car rails in connec- tion with the paving', so that they thg international of be able to avoid all blunders in WorkersI.a-TOrinrirter o' this citv -a-e h's father an' land and continental Europe. In the Armstrong of Edmonton would hkely o, this city, his fatner an, British Isles he says he found that! be in lhe ln the course cf a mcmUl Canada as a Held for the man vvho'tc over lhe power staiion- The was willing to work, was a topic of Lethbridge -power plant has gained anj conversaiion among: stared that, there is all topic classes He anxious time for a few days. '.Mike is a! very ambitious young fellow and see-' jmg an advertisement for a jour enviable reparation all over the Prinier "'anted b-v che Tabftrj good ground and more dues than one will for the apprehension that sorae people in England and many in Scotland have at the exodus of the young men and pattern by it- Qe told kis Me was iir.ii down to set it. Instead of The money bylaws ill be fiven however, he phoned down about it. their third reading on Monday" and jW Hot land the job. So he struckj farmers that go to the Canadian council will tliea 'be in a position for Canary. The father not hear-j The immigration ihis vear is raise ihe mouev voted for public anything of him. went to Taber; tnan ever, said he, and in parts of i improvements and get busy on thei'o see if he was there but_ could jfmd; Scotland tbere are not enough rnt-rj immense amount of work they have left to work the farms, while almost! before ihem this suiaer. ail the young men are on their wav THE CANADIAN FAVORITE THE SHOW THAT'S DIFFERENT WILL EXHIBIT AT LETHBR1DGE o Canada. The immigrants are of the 'best class, he declared. He also stated that British investors have trace of him. He was therefor very anxious about, the lad. However.j Mike turned up a couple of days later! saying he had a splendid time at Cal- HIGK HONOR RECEIVED BY SUPT. ARTHUR A. Reid of the electric Ugh: I Cvanhrook will shortly be losing ONE DAY ONLY Two Performances, 2 and 8 p. m. Canadian securities. LETTER CARRIER SYSTlEM ed handling of registered letters en- IS WORKJING a vast amount of e.Ura work kr ithe office that could be avoided if the Postmaster Higinbcthaan informed would remember the instruc- the Herald This morning that amount of mail being seiir. out by the' The letter carrier system would al- great faith in Canada and that the [department of ihe city, received word j another citizen, in the person ot mam- financiers whom he naturallyja couple of clays ago that he had been met had liule hesitation in taking upielected a member of the American Tn- 'stitute of Electrical Engineers. -Mr. (Reid lias reason to be proud of The i honor thai IKIS been conferred upon I him by this body, as its standards of (membership are very high, and a man must havc a good record before he GETS MANY INQUIRIES '''rank G. writes .Medicine Hat thai he .letter carrier system increasing so be made more expedient if theisuS'gestion made in ihe daily and that the wort: of the were all equipped with letter''registered as from "Leihbridge. office was being greatly facilitated for plates so that the postman could leave I "nd says thai, he had at leasi a score; this reason- The public, however, doeslthe mail without waiting for the or-j come to him and ask him what itj not seem ib be fully an-are ihe in-jcupants to come and receive it in per-'meant nml gave him an opportunity of1 structions covering the delivery of re-Json- about Lcthbridge's aspirations bs elected a member, followed the Herald and James Mcliwain. a Goderich town- ship farmer, in the dark, took a swal- low of lye water in mistake for butter- British .1. M. Dixon. manager Tor Burns f.onipany. J'Ir. Di.von Ijcina; promoted to ihe of '-lie Lcthbridpe bvnnch and will for tliat point next week. He will he succei'ded here by a Mr.. Du- j ihit- iff Mr. has j eanicil ihf of Cranhrook busi-j ness nirn and ihe public generally by his residence in llie city and he will: I corrv with r.iir. ilieir hest wishes for his in gistered mail and ar-5 not availing themselves to the of ihe oppor- tunities offered in regard. Regis- Albert Fisher, aged 10, of London, tered mail can be delivered just as who in a. fit, fell in the lake at Port appears to be rp. get the International Dry Farming) Congress. Mr. says that' the only disadvamr..sp of (he sc.heir.e officials havej iirr.iid. g Oxford couniy as a recriiiiins: ofTicer of Kieid_ (favorable 10 direc; After 2- months, in? Sprinaliill. N. S. eollierv strikers have aivn in. Ariijlery 3 Wild Animal ii will keep a fel- as any other Wail if the persons but was rescued unconscious, jOW 'busy answering questions. expect mail oi? this natnrH will i Disinfection of houses after a. dea'h leave written authority with someone! at the house to sign for it, but tuberculosis was recommended it must :be rstJirned lo the Dr. J. at London 0011- the post office d-epprtmenr, is veryjvention of the Association for Preieu- ftnct about, its delivery. Tiiis repeat- iticn of Tuberculosis. DREAMLAND. CONEY ISLAND. DESTROYED 3V FIRE School oi Mining A OF .Arn..iKi) SCIRXCE KINGSTON. ONT. of School and further in forniallon. uptly tf> tho School o UB New York. May onej of the shew place? of Coney Island.i was practically wiped out by fire eanyj this morning. Adjoining places of les-' ser note ar.rj several stores were destroyed.bu; at ri.IF, a.m. the. firemen j belieieri thpy would Confine f-lie flames to the socrion in the immediate vicin- ity of Dreamland. The loss may nmj into hundreds of thousands' of