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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE -LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday. May 29, 1011. We. are now pivjuired to book orders for the of water wells? in or about. Leth- Our past records .show are in tiiis Hue of work as well as drillers with oi.1 experiem-e. Our motto is: We don't spend the summer visiting' with you, :biit ii'et the work done quirk and hi a i'irsr- el ass ve drilled more wells than'ail ama- teur well drillers put loo-ether arid our work has proven satisl'aetory. Write where we can call and interview you. Ad- dress all mail c.o. Alexandra .Hotel McCUTCHEON SNYDER Lethbrito. Alberta. CHEVALIER GETS A H SALARY Is Paid a Week- Old Time Newspaper Man Here in His Interests iifori, who is in the Burdock Blood Bitters CURES Kit Skin Diseases. THEATRICAL to while his rider was tyinj; up the boast. the ropers got after a giraffe thoro was mil riding, taH ungainly creatures can no wlien thoy started, and this THE LILLIPUTIAN OPERA it is in his recital entertainment. led his pursuers a merry chaso CO. AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT.on the, concur, nhiil'orm tluii lie is al I'j'iore he ..was iiuaily roped and Lied. They will perform the popular op- his very 'host The mntse of his cbur-j nxjbably one oi' the most sensational era "San Toy." The opera has a good is remarkable. A coster .scenes; centred about the capture of a plot, and .Miss Pearl Carlyle. Hie a curate. West country lout, or particularly iifUy rhinoceros. It was traliari favorite, is pronounced by the 'ypical Frenchman, an old soldier orjoiie of the two-horned variety. The press to be the best San Toy that, has a villasv constable, a youns; Cockney' rapture of the rhino called for a big toured America. music is by Syd- or an oid tragedian: each distinct in die camp that night All diseasv of the skin are, or .nej. Jones, and is very tuneful and ele-'clean cut. From a tramp to the natives Succeeding scenes Mr KM lU-i.fort who is in the r I P''S is a lor the rapture of a s-.ebra. a cerval .MI un.cst, urn is in m of lhe blood> ,s absolutely im-.the comedian, is only a boy of twelve. I'm. h fs y ,-ry which Chovuiior wm'cat a cheetah which is -i of leo- nlv in IMC mil-rests ui Albeit Uic-! possible to eradicate them from the _and is as good any aduli, and Irenes-nil, and call ;nul finaily a fullVrown talier. is an old .spa per mail, hav-, system unless you put your blood into jBarrie. wbo playy the Knjilisb moid. I'hovnlier and his parly will Uuier exploit was 'attended with" ins bcei> at one time editor of t IK- j g0oci shape. jonly eleven years old. They keep the at the "Majestic- Theatre on Saturday'si-eat danocr Madaine lioness is v'ukary Tribune. For the last seven j The followingskin discuses are curable -bouse' in roars of laughter. The June jevontually'shown swinging from the years he has'been in Winnipeg act-: by Burdock Blood Bitters through Jus is The press say that they; illmb Ol- a tree where she is as music and dramatic editor of, j wonderful cleansing, purifying; powers on are marvellous. Let us bope that they HIGH PRAISE "OR inuxzled. has her claws manicured and respect iu-iy. The Telegram and The; the blood, and its renovating action on yet a good recepUon j FAMOUS AUTHOR is placed on a drag and hauled Into Fro" I'n-st.. He left lhe latter, paper J the system, viz., Salt Rheum, i Hookman" says of Hex Heach.kamp. The pictures are of fine qual- Shingles. Scurf. Erysipelas. Itching and'. "THE REDEMPTION OF iamhor of "The ;ity from start to finish and most a few months aiio 10 assist in the of the Columbian Burning Rashes, Ulcers, tfores. etc. FEUD ENDS IN 'KAISER'S SON SHOOTING AFFRAY BADLY HURT IU'.K o! Conservator} of Music of Canada, the directors of which include the Cordon and Mr -I. M. Atkins, K. e... amongst others Hranches arc already Stella Eichel. Maitland Forks. EVELYN VAUDRAV'j Uorn in .Michigan. Hex Beach went! the work is done close up to the cam- The announcement of the on- to college in Klorida. riicn (.ublishcd'ora so that every movement can be N.S.. writes: "I have been bothered-'gagement of Olga Xethersole. in a new nU first book in Now York, lie KegardinK these pictures, tha salt rbeum, on ray hands, for threo piay at tije Theatre on Fri-'nineteen when he v.vnt to Alnskn. upon them by Colonel Theo- notbing seemed to be any "ood. I of llie Ir-Uitlish actress. In those years he saw practically iatiput the dangers of big game hunting heard of Burdock Blood Bitt'ers season Miss Nethcrsole be everything there was to be Africa, will be of interest: bought two bottles of it. and now I am- seen here in "The Redemption of Ev-.the mining countries, and vot "I speak with absolute accuracr r> A Toronto Street bcene "of a Cold Blooded Tr aseolv i he Second Guard, art ist has recei'-'ed Toronto, Mav been broken. The manoeuv- i has fttlly cuimina- crs were beins conrhictcd under the ary he i; veok, wh anri his life is hangin.i in the balance. The man, who freely admits having: fired the murderous revolver shots, calmly submitted to arrest, statins; us an excuse for his, rush in existence in ttinr.ipeg. Vancouver, perfectly cured and have no salt rheum elyu Henri Bernstein, the'w'r.-, hjy :ind held I say that in all the period there on my hands any more. of "The Thief." She admits'and with his humorous temper! has been no such feat as that the por- h'shl-v impeachment thai she has been has won e.xiensivo popularity. itrayal of which we have witnessed to- 'associated in the with the Mr. Beach's energy is as nignt. To tackle the beasts with a acterizauon of women whose repnta- as it, is effectual. Though still in is one'thing, but to tackle them quote a little twenties he is vice-uresident of a rope, as Colonel Jones and jdusty at the hem." Bnt her purpose Chicago Construction and Manufactur-iuiuse two cowpuncbers did, is a per- {has never been to exploit sin for Co.. secretary of the Ath-jfectly marvellous feat." morbidly inclined, but rather to show ietic association, winner of the one-' The pictures are all that Colonel the consequences of wrons; and handicap swimming race at last i Roosevelt says they are, "A really: way of avoidance. Miss Ncthersolejyear's games in St. Louis, and a hold-phenomenal record of a really phen- feels that the good woman is a of other athletic records. 'omenal feat." These pictures together of strength, and needs" no apologist..! His "Barrier" is considered big mas-! with others of interest will be shown, but her sympathy goes to the and the stage version of tlie'at the Sturland tonight and tomorrow jbecause of her misfortune. If she book as the most accurate expon-jaiid everyone should avail themselves Victoria, and otlters are in course ui formatioii in utU'.ui and Calgary. A great, feature of the Conservatory's: work is its written course and it al- ready ha.- over 'J.'.ifO pupils in crn Canada. j Mr fJeatn'ort in speaking of Chcva-i lier's toiii. savs- that the wonderful I everywhere j utmost entiuisiasin, and he' Blood 'Manufactured only by The T Milburn Co.. Limited. Toronto. FIELDING GOING TO CORONATION with the exception of Finance Minister Changes iat times and in different, characters >nt of the life in Alaska ever present.-j of the opportunity to see them. Also BRANDON DISTRICT LOOKS FOR BIG CROP1 prifi's in In spite of this heavy out-; lay, there bcins two other leading; artists with Chevalier, his man-; aser. Mr siiiptnan. charges the same j u- smaller towns us in the! presented a scarlet woman in such .a ed upon the American stage. This the popular matinees at this the- and 'Will HolidaV wa-" as T0 tne sympathy of b.erjteltent direct from the conquestsiatre. audience, it was not with the idea of fhe cities of the East, appear j in Olf] glossing over sin. but ratlur because''11- 'bis city at the Majestic wiu (in even worsfc Offeneders there Monday. June 5th. Alay S. better side. In Evelyn Vaudray. .Uissj advancve sale of sears, which i NEW COLLEGE PRESIDENT j.Montreal on the Royal George to at- IL TROVATORE" AT THE EUKEKA TONIGHT ,big cities, wiiidi is not the general has changedjNethersole believes that she hasjhave been universally large all Brandon. May rain of adopted by managers of stars, .'his plans and instead to Xova1 found one of her best roles. sthe country, wi] open prom nth- ati t few days has greatly benefiued----------------------------i Scotia will sail on Thursdav from----------------------------I10 a'ra- at the -Majestic box office "e or "llicb tnere uu .loin i ,a number. were most carefullr selected, and the natural backgrounds in every instance are most harmon- ious. The picture is played by ihe iiiiost famous Italian actors and act- {resses. and no -better acting has ever been depicted than that of Francesca, ROYAL TRIBUTE tile crops and the growth has been! remarkable. So far th-is month overj Montreal. May the the coronation and to take a holi-j T0 CHEVALIER two inches of rain have fallen and of a special committee ap- day. Mr. Fielding, wbo will be accom-i One of Albert Chevalier's most inches of snow. With a little to report on a successor and Miss Fielding, will souvenirs is a very handsome Judge Price, o pleted his year on the bench. STARLAND Lassoing Wild Animals in Africa has heard of Buffalo! famous the world over for ofiability capture wild and the part of The crops tins year will be the largest injKev. Dr. James Smyth. B.A.. LL.D-.j certain indication-, that the Wilhelm. The occasion was.animals with a lasso. After having!, v-as pl-0auced in Italv Kingston, has com- many years. Rain has been Belfast. Ireland, to fill the vacantjeiectioas if held this fall will not Alexandra's birthday, and it was'caught alive with a lasso even e throughout'the district. Iposition. News of the -..._- _, i w.. i special music has oeen adaptea iron" !place before October or November. It at her desire that Mr. Chevalier ap-jOf wild animal in this country. Col. verdi's well known opera to "o witli I was stated today that, a night staff has [Peared in one of his famous "Recit-j Jones decided to so to Africa and tr, fir frir" i Deen en In order to complete thejals-" an entertainment similar to the; what he could do with lions. rhinosL. 'voters' list in order that they may which he will give on his forth-jand such. After due preparation, picture to fit scene fdrsren- 'The Rhei] sisters'si ready In the election be- coming Canadian tour. Chevalier wasjtorgetting a moving picture ing called. The iboard has not yet been the first actor of any standing in Lou- 1 buffalo Jones and his western comedian, will furnish one of tha best vaudeville attractions ever pr.v and the bi'l. all a big i instructed to lists in don to leave the theatre for the music i cowboys set out for Nairobi. British in "this a ilNew Ontario but it that an halls, and his success in these Africa. wegk u to" tt jorder for revision will ue given short- lar places of entertainment was cluej Arriving at the scene of action ColJ for .''I-r''theatre !lv. to the fact that his methods were taoseUones and his cowboys got busy. Thej i a trained experienced actor. victim is an ugly wart, --------------------__ J j never claimed to'be a "comic a jjveiy chase, but his hogship is NHW REGISTRAT AT EDMONTON I M" !but a character actor- and'nis bestjsoon tangled.hopelessly in the" lariats, ______ work he has done and tied. The next victim of Our Orm-ories have just arrived.-and the prices are the lowest in Leth- bruU'c. A trial order will c.on-vince you. Big Bargains in China and Glassware Just received a lot of Men s and Boys' also Ladies' Shoes .Laro'c cuiisifi'iiiiieiiis of Boys7 Clothino-. Ladles' Wrappers, Slvi'ns. Dresses ;nid Waists, vrhieli-we place on sale at lower than von are us a call. OUR SPECIALS Boys' shins 30c 5Qc and 65c Laries' waists 65c. S5c and SI large SIZP ......iOc Ladies" skirts, reg. 5-1.Tr> for only ................S2.95 Ladies skirts, res. -56 for S3.95 Ladies' skirts, reg. and for ............S5.95 Ladies' voile skirts in black or blue, latent styles; reg. for ...........S9.S5 Ladies' in white and colored, reg. So and SS for .................S2.95 Ladies' white dresses, hand- mc.dc, linear em- broidery and latest styles. reg. for .......33.95 Ladies' wrappers, reg. and 52.00. for Soc arsd Sj-25 Children's dresses, from 95c Children's suits, regular for suits. for S2.65 Boys" reg. 0 for S4.95 .Merc's suitFr, anrl for Boys' Shirt j ...........50c Towels. ;i. pair .........10c .M eri's 1 arge v, li i i e ban d k f-r- chicl's. 4 for ..........25c Ladies' fine linen handker- chiefs. for 15c Police susytenuers .......25c Men's Union Made Ties ...........15c, 25c, 30c Men's bal'o.-lg'gan per ,-vuit ..............85c Mon'.s .........S5c Self oiviaiiig dou- ble me...........95c lien's hats in ail styles ancJ colors Ladies' Night Gowns up Men's extra good Quality rain Jf isses.' and boys" slices 95c Ladi-es' shoes, button or lace lien's shoes, up Mens' pants up Men's suits, reg. S10 up Working gloves, 10c: 3 for 25c Socks. 4 nairs .........25c Pencils, per Men's linen collars ....10c Men's1 washable vests in up- to-date styles .......31.25 Men's caps .........45c up Rolled oats, per S-lb. sack 35c Good Baking Powder, can 15c Force. 2 boxes ..........25c Tea pots Large sized glass water pitch- ers ..................2Cc Extra large lanterns, best quality, complete .....90c Lamps, from .......30c up Cnps and saucers, set ...1Cc Pepper and salt, shakers .10c .Good large sized plates ..'Oc Glass creamers and sugar bowls .........2 for 35c quality razors 95c Lamp chimneys, large sixc> 2 for 15c or salmon, per cv.ii .10c Good colTee. per lb......25c Good tea. per Corn Flakes. 3 boxes ___25c R. C. Granulasorl Suprar, 20 Tetlev's Ten, H lb. tins .80c Best lard. ir. lb. tins ,95c Bes; lard in H. ib tins S1.75 Climax .lam. lb. t.ius ...60c HSST wade lb. tins 75c 2 for Tomatoes. -hesT. br.nnd .15c Good Kdrd'nes, in oil. 6 for 25c Best syrup, per tin .....I5c Royal Soap 6 bars in box 20c Fels Naptba .Soap 10 bars in Lipton's tea, 1-2 lb. tins 20c Salt, 4 bags for j.25c Jelly Powders, 3 boxes ...25c Extracts, 3 bottles 25c Best; macaroni, "I boxes 2hc Lima beans, 12 Ibs Best rice. 4 Ibs 25c Corn starch. 3 boxes 25c Wine vinegar, best grade, per bottle 20c Loose soda biscuits, 2 Ibs. 25c Christie's or Perrin's sodas, per box 20c Owing to the big demand for our groceries, we were un- able to furnish many items, but we wish to assure every patron from now on we will have a to meer. the "de- mand of every h nisekeeper, and just as fnst as it can be brought, by freight >vili have ft general raer- stock, and the pric- es will be Imver than else- where on everything. A glance at our wiiulow dis- play .ind a cnl! to 'ne Blue Store will positively make you our patron. Don't forget we close at 6 o'clock, except Saturdays and on holidays at 10 o'clock so please shop early and don't get disappointed. Don't fail to get one of our new price lists. Winnipeg and American markets as follows: Winnipeg Markets I wueat. May opened 95, closed 96 5-S; ,'july opened 94 95 3-S; Oct. 'opened 87 3-4, closed 87 3-4. Oats. ICvlay opened 36 3-8. closed 36 3-S: July I opened 37 1-S, closed 37. Flax, May opened 2.15. July 2.14. Winnipeg cash prices, close. 1 Nor. 1-4; 2 Nor. 93 1-4: 3 Nor. 84 1-2: No. U. S5: No. 5. 79 1-2: No. 6, 73 1-2; Feed b'2. Oats No. 2 C.W. 36 1-4. American Markets opened 94 3-4, 'closed 94; July opened 95, closed 95 3-4: Sept. opened 91, closed 91 1-8. i opened 99 3-4, closed 103; July opened SS. closed SS 3-4; Sept.. opened SS. closed 87 3-S. Birksnhead Stock Market Liverpool, May Rogers j (Jo. report today that with, the con- jtmuance of the very hot weather trade was very slow in the Birkenhead mar- JKet but Saturday's quotations remain- ed unaltered, both States and Canad- 'lian steers making from 12 1-2 to 1.3 j cents: lambs 14 cents and wethers 11 jl-li to 12 cents per pound. IT WAS THE WRONG MAN (Special to the Mc'iiicinc Hat, May action is threatened ajrainst vhc% pub- lishers of the Calgary News-Telegram because of the publication of the lifc- slorv of Robertson, condemned mur- derer in which it is said he was a former Medicine Hat. man. Friends and relatives hern of Thos. rJnhcrl- son, confused with the murderer, sav he is iu tht- Skceria River Country. j and is hot ihc man held in Calgary for murder. c-'uraonlon. May Y. Blain. in- the' past ten or twelve rears, has plainsman's skill is the hartebeast.'specter of. iearal offices, has been ap- tablished tbe justice of that claim. vi-hich they make easy work. An''pointed registrar of the North Alberta i eland comes next and here one of the Land Registration District at Edmbn- of George Roy, who has" Roy had been in offico said to have seen him at all. h'riarntened at the eland and declined Umce 1887. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. May prices who have, only seen him as a in the English music halls. ponies adds to the fun by giving ton, in place in American vaudeville, can Hardily be Ian exhibition of bucking. He" Mr- 606 New Dominion Buildicg, Fourth Ave., op. New Couit S. LISS, Manager The Herald published the N gram stor> in its Saturday issue in good faith, believing that the article I was based on fact. regret excecd- iiigly thot the item appeared, and of- fer our apologies to Mr. Thos. Rob- ertson and his Medicine f-I-at friends. Mr. Robertson is an estimable young man and it is regrettable that his name should have been associated with the other Robertson, found guil- j IV of murder 5AT PUDGE, YOUALL 30NE PROMISE ME A HALF INTEREST IN HIM, 'ME WELL I WAHT TO- 'PO THE -So. I'LL PL i P 4 -5EE WHO GETS'THAT PART, CUE THAI'S A j 5ETTLEP. YOU-OWN FROM YOU PONT YOU YOU TOO K "TAIL CAMEOP'WILS" 5C THffTS THE ;