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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 2000 ft. of Excitement 2000 ft. of Real Daring Lassoing Wild Animals in Africa PERJURER IS GIVEN TWO YEARS (Continued from Front Page.) V The Greatest of All Great Sensational Pictures to the great extra expense incurred in obtaining this feature for this house, the Management are obliged to--raise tie.price.of admission for this attraction. n 15c Rex. vs. Kdjland, a horse-killing case, deiendiHl by H. J. Nolan, K.C., ami .ilex. vs. Seadon, a cattle-killing case, defended by Colin Macleod, re- sulted in a verdict of not guilty in both cases. Donald Dewcy, of plead- ed guilty to two charges of attempt- ing suicide and theft. A I the U. F. A. Convention a gen- eral committee was appointed and the same was divided into sub-com- mittees as follows No. 1, CT. D. Sloaric, Cayfey No. 2, C. R. Miller, Stavcly No. 3, R. I'ecl: ami G. Malcolm, Claresholm No. 4, R. Matheson, Granum No. 5, C. N. Black and H. Mackintosh, Macleod No. 6', -J. Homer and W. .1. Glass, South Maclcod No. 1, R. Main 'and George Dickson, Pinchcr Creek. Expect Bordcn to Speak The United Farmers of Macleod had intended to hold their first annual j tract Of and healing wild cherry. picnic on the Island Park on the 24th i It also contains the true hypophosphitcs. 01 Mav, but owing to the condition .This combination makes_ Nyal's Cod Liver Compound a delicious tonic the -weather this was postponed. Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Out A Triumph for Chemical Science aid Pharmaceutical Skill Oil from the liver of the cod-fish has used as a preyentative of disease and a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Oil was the greasy, oily part itself drawback being the unpala- table, fishy taste of the oil. From the first, experts have been try- ing to find means to make it. more pala- table. They used to "cut" it with it in wine flavor it with Icraon juice anything to get away from that abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots of people still take it in Emul- sion form, which is nothing more than "churned" oil broken up but still greasy, oily and a strain on the digestion. Doctors used to think it was the oil itself that built up the they 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, ia tiaie, 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 the form i of an extract like beef extract. LETHBRIDGE PLACED IN THE FIRST RANK (Continued from Front Lethbridge Council of the Commercial Travellers will speak that word when- ever and'when ever they may find J-n opportunity it is safe to say that the city of Lethbridge will benefit to an extent that no one can estimate. Thre Great Wholesale Cities 0. S. Chapin, Senior Council, or the visiting Calgary lodge, replied with a very fitting address. lie that he had come to Calgary eight years ago when that city was hardly be- ginning to take its proper place among the wholesale centres of the West. His firm had told him not to bother going to Lethbridge as he wouldn't get any orders there anyway. But he was glad to say that the first trainload of engines that had ever been ship- ped to Western Canada was one of his orders and that the destination of that train was Lethbridge. He spoke of the great future ahead of Leth- bridge, saying that the people of Cal- gary were beginning to realize the growing importance of the southern city, and predicted that there would he three great wholesale cities in Come Early and Avoid the Rush TO-NIGHT The RheilSisters Singing and Dancing Girls Bert Carl The Comedian Extra Nights Only That famous opera "II Trovatore" it was decided at the convention to hold the picnic on the 24th of .June, wtaa Kr. R. L. Borden wHl bo expected to attend and deliver a short speech. At this meeting there will be "several other prominent speak ers, including President Bower and Secretary E. J. Fream, of the U. F. A. .jThe rain and snow which has fallen during the first three days of this week and which was measured and found to be over inches, has put the ground in excellent shape, and the farmers declare that with about two or three weeks of hot weather the crops will look fine as there is rroisture in the ground now to last for three weeks without additional rains and the warn. weather will make the grain grow faster. E. R. McCrea, of Pincher Creek, is j visiting friends in Macleod for a few weeks. Messrs. A. C. Bury and R. F. Barnes, of Macleod, are in Calgary this week, writing on their law ex- aminations. Erect Theatre It is reported that T. B. Martin will soon erect a new theatre on his property on the north side on 24th bnflds up the systen3i and mates you strong. Take it when you feel yourself losing Get a bottle and ward off disease. for a large bottle. Your st will cheerfully recommend h because he knows ail about it. So'd guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO, J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE One for each everyday ailment ASSAULT CASE HEARDAT TABER (Special to the Herald) Ta-ber, May funeral of Miss McCrea, who ended her life in a fit of {melancholia, took at street, which is very good news to itlie Taber was attended the theatre-goers in Macl-eod, as a large number of neighbors and town hall which is the only place in i friends. A service was held in the which travelling companies can hold nouse before starting for Taber, and their performances is now much too small for the size of the town and THE FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE Doors Open Curtain 8 pan. Prices Remain The Same was conducted by the Rev. J. R. Mun- ro, who also officiated at the grave- manv of the best con-panies playing side. The floral tokens were beauti- in Southern Alberta miss Macleod and much sympathy is felt for the family. The funeral arrange- i IT ere under the direction of be account of the small stage of this building. This new theatre will quite a bit larger and much more up- and Son. On Friday evening a man named to-date than the town hall. It is be-, Young brought W0rd into town that he ing erected for a moving picture man'and two Other men had been thrown who will bring in all desirable shows j cut of a wagon by a runaway team. Nval's Cod Liver Compound is simply Alberta, and none of them would have ___ r__ 'reason to be jealous of the otner ci- ties because there was room for all. Those three, he are Caigary, Lethbridge and Edmonton. The launching of the Travellers'Union here would mean. a lot to the city as it had meant a lot to Calgary where every man representing a Calgary firm was a publicity commissioner in his way. He looked, to. see the new order do the same good work here. The party then proceeded to the Knights of Pythias Hall where the initiation ceremony was held. The installing officers present from the Calgary Council were 0. S. Chapin, senior council; F. T. Wright, junior council; S. S. Savage, past senior coun- cil; W. G. Fowler, chaplain; A. N. Rob- ertson, sentinel; D. C. Russell, secre- tary treasurer; H. M.-0'Neil, conduct- or; and H. H. Rogers, page. There were also in attendance several vis- iting members of other councils throughout the West. The following were admitted as members of the new council by trans- fer from the various councils of which they were former members: N Win. J. Nelson. A. H. Mc- Keown, Codd, Wm. H. DeLong, Jno A. Blair, Geo. H. Townes. Allen Jack, Wilber Hyslop, Chas. McClena- ghan, R. J. Monds, PL JJ. Hoffman, The new members initiated were: F. R. McMullen, J. E.'Estabrook, W. J. Dilworth. Robt. H Davies, Claude C. Luileri, Gray Mitchell, Robt. C. Jar- dine, S. A. Williams, Joseph V. Cook, Robt. A. Fan-brother, Leo. W. Borden, Harry A Benson, Fred E. McCaw, D. A. Hardness, H. T. Henderson, A. M. Hicks, L. B. Cravath, D. J. McCormick, A. -T. Irving. ,.Officers of" Lethbridge Council No. oil elected were: W. J. Nelson, Senior Counsellor. E. J. Sehl, Junior Counsellor. A. H. McKeown, Past Senior Coun- sellor. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646. First Appearance of Simpson Hogg Lilliputian Opera Company 30 PEOPLE 30 PEOPLE TO-NIGHT "San Toy" Thursday, to be announced. Gallery 50c MAJESTIC 5. COMING Rex Beach's 'TTTp "P APTRTTTT? Masterpiece THE ATTRACTION THAT HAS CREATED A SENSATION' MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 645. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 2ND The Dramatic Event of the Season. First Appearance Here England's Greatest Emotional Actress OLGA NETHERSOLE (Liebler A. Co.. Managers) in "THE REDEMPTION OF EVELYN VAUDRAY" By Henri Bernstein, author of ''The Thief" Adapted by Louis N.. Parker. Staged by Ben Greet SEAT SALE TUESDAY MORNING GALLERY 75c JJ and will be used for pictures at all other times. Mr. Martin appeared be As Taber is deprived of the services of a (Mounted Policeman till after the fore the council this week to ask j Coronation, Chief Bullock and Con- thetr, that if he erected such build- ings would the council close the town hall for this purpose. This .matter was referred to the Public Works Committee, who will probably give their decision at the next meeting. It is the most most econ- most durable system of heating. It is health- ier because of tie total absence of gas and parched dry air, when poor hot-air systems are installed. It is sure because it is automatic in all its workings. A slip of memory on your part will not set the fao.use afire or freeze you out. Then again the expense of maintainance is surprisingly low. It'will last years without a cent being spent upon it. In other heating systems you have to estimate on repair- ing radiator leaks. Gurney-Qxford Radiators cannot leak. They are jointed with an all metallic joint that will last "for years. There are no threads to leak or get crossed. They always Gurney-Oxford Boilers do not require an engineer to run them. They are equipped with patented "Oxford Economizer.' This apparatus'completely controls the fire. The usual juggling of drafts, dampers, etc. is dispensed with, besides this Economizer saves 20 per cent, of your fuel. The.lever of.the Economizer sets in an indexed geaV and by raising or lowering it the draft is increased or. decreased at your pleas ure. f Metals, Another feature of these boilers is their Reversible Grates. These grates are tn- Limited- angular and turn completely over. You do not shake_them. You turn them in one direction only. They cut the ashes out instead of forcing there up among the fire as the grate s usually