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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE r: DAILY TTfiRALD Thursfliiy, Aiifftisl One Hundred Bayonets Guaranteed to have beerr'in actual service in the Franco- Prussian War are now on sale at FILIPfXO "SMM-ESE TWIN'S" TO BK SURGEONS AY JWi'TF YORK They cost the Government each "You- must be quick if you want one R. A. WRIGHT, TWO AMERICANS WERE HANGED MADERO THINKS-REBELS DID IT TO PRECIPITATE INTERVEN- TION IN MEXICO Mexico Cliy. Aug. Amcri. cans .were hanged near Cananea Son- ora within .the past -18 hours. Their bodies were found yesterday, and ihe i incident reported io President Mad- 1 last night, by the Governor of Sen- era. The governor has ordered an invest- igation. He believes ibe two men ivere ;ex-eculed by rebels >n order io pre- .-cipitale American Iniervcntion. The victims have identified.- BOURASSA BANGS AT Ml PROJECT ARMED MEN GJJARD'DOCKS Aug. armed guards (lie approach ol each dock, UHO "men imported (roiii Ubirago, Si. 1'anl and Minnoapnlis loading and '.un- loading packages of [rcighlcr-t They etfj, anil sleep nil ihe ,leek and arc lo the dilTon-nL docks where ilicy are needed mi a si-nw. The incu ucre brought lierc In fonsik the strike of Ihc Duliilh and Superior freight handk-rs. who struck -Inr 35 cm Is an hour for. handling package ficiyhL and 40 cents an hour I'nr unloaclin'j; cc- HienL' -Foremen the- Northern Pacific properties stalled that "the boats now in the-harlior .will Jjc unloaded soon. LAFOLLETTE'S WOOL SCHEDULE Washington, D.C., --Inly by a .vote of 127 to 5U, today, refuoed to accept ilia Senain Lafol- JetLc wool bill as n snbsUiute for House bill, but1 agreed to a cdnfer- CANADA IS ASKED TO HELP FRANCE TO WHIP GER- MANY July In to- night's Le Devoir, on the qiresiiou of the relations between Canada and France, especially wiih regard to any imval contributions that Canada might k? to. nrlrnin's novy. in order ro save Franee from annibilailon. .Mr. ItoiiTassa says: One should bear in mind the heter- ogeneous origin ol the Canadian peo- ple, greatly Increased by ihe criminal policy of immIgration pursued, and [olcraied by the Jingoes and ihe dem- agogues of today. Wliat will all this apical to ihe pride of race result in, [ends io create and maintain dangerous, solidariiy between those ccming from a non-British race and the nountvy of llieiy origin'.' "Frenc.li-Canadians are being asked today ro. strengthen the English fleet anri io increase.ihe funds of the Ini perial treasury in order to crush Oer- many-ror France's profit, Bui if the tables .were .turned tomorrow, would nol Canadian citizens comiup [vom Germany be-jiisilfied in (.heir turi] in asking .luat I'IG Cuua-cllaiv people should give .it. blood .and gold In-or- der io aid a united England and Ger- many to complete llie work of OTTAWA CITY PLAGUE STRICKEN The haute of Surpriici Tht house of Noveltiei ..TONIGHT ONE IS ItlJSlNEHS; THE OTHER, CHIME A fine mid powerfuldrama of two'brothers. It I. gripping It Impressive, i STRATEGY Ap appealing Indian depleting, the Primitive diplomacy of Indian Princess. SAM SIMKINS "SLEUTH" A clever burleique detective over with pure -roflnod inlrlli. Last Few Appecrancec of Olive Girl" Shu sum Hint uopuliir sons.' "OH, Mr. DREAM MAN." FRIDAY and SATURDAY "THE SCOOP OF THE SEASON" (Hio-) CALGAKY AUTO KACI5H Taken and developed on-tlic- spol liy Starland this space Friday. (Sec the World's; Greatest sliced KlngsO GODRANA TWINS. JOINED TOGETHER BY LIVING TISSUE., Two little Filipino bors, briglit and healthy as average children of their asc, but Joined lujrcLlier'froiii hlrth by living (issue, much like (he fnmuus Siunittsc twins of a half century :ipo. arrived in Sun Francisco mi rouIc to Ntiv York, where they will bR esaniineil by luuhorhies with a view to find- lag it they ciin be scparsitpd. OVER FIVE HUNDRED TYPHOID AVOID THE CAPITAL Ouau-fl, July typhoid fever epidemic, which broke.out.in "Ottawa a fcTtniHhl jigo, fr assuming alarming j twins ;irc the L-liildren of Carlos Gotlmna, a wealthy planter of tlie in fifty new pa-' Island of Saniur, and art three and one-half years of npe. They it re Joined together nt the small of Hie back in such a way Unit neither luis seen lUc face of the otber ihc use of a looking glass. This fact doesn't disconcert iheii, however, anil Nicy talk, and light back and forth ivUli grout zeal. When they stand cruet one is directly behind the other, and as if by mul'unl agreement U'ey lake turns running about. When one runs the oilier drags his fctt ami steers, ami by Uiis division of lahor itiey manage tt> cover considerable crouucl and unn romp and play on a par with normal children. if the Semite should ask for one. j over 1011. BOUYANT REVENUES Ottawa, July revenues of Canada continue to expand at a record The customs "receipts far July totalled t9.715.20S.. N'or. only is this record one monili, but the in- crease over ibe corresponding nioinli last year, namely, is a re- cord one. The revenue, of. [he Dominion cns- loms promise to run over is for (he., four months of the fiscal year, ending today the returns are aii increase of proportions. Mure than fifty new pi lieuts are reported every day, a new j rei-ord being made within the past twenty-four .hours, by the. development of eighty-six' cases. The total to- night stands HL 525, .Up io this even- ing iliere have been seven deaths. 'Today and for Severn I days past practically -.2 very ambulance in ihc cily have heen kept busy carrying Lienis (o Uie hospitals. All the cil> hospitals are full, and the emergency hospital 'which was opened ihree days j ago is rapidly filling. A jrsllllon is now in .circulation am- ong families suffering from typhoid fever, asking thai the chy pay Lbe MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT and rest of week The Great Illiini-Avolo Co, Of All-Star Vaudeville Artists In Muiic, Mirth and Myatery SPECIAL NIGHT, GREAT EXPOSE The Oreal Albinl will expose Spiritualism.'Mediums, fortune Telling, etc. iThis in addition to usual program. Seats on sale at Rochons: Prices..............Z5c, 50c, 75c, Don't Fail to sec this Twemfeth Century Marvel IHOLLAND'S NEW TARIFF BILL Hammocks Refrigerators Screen Doors Windows Clearing At Cost Splendid Assortment in each line expenses they incur through Lhc'epi-i demk1. If the request Is acceded to, ihc city will have Lo iiay out many thousands o-f dollars. Many of -the labor unions of the riiy. owing to the epidemic, are under tlie expense of supporting the famil- ies of stricken members. The seriousness' of the situation is a gj; ray a led hy a scamEy of nurses, many of whom are out ol" the city on holidays. The civic authorities are making desperate efforts to improve Uons by pouring great nuanriiies of hypo-chloride -Imo the Ottawa river. H is slated tonight tbai. unless condi- tions improve rapidly the government will withhold the fifty thousand dol- lars federal grnnt to the Dominion exhibition, which is 'this year being held In Ottawa. Tlie government; takes the view ihaL unless pure wa- icr Is provided, people should not ha imliir.ed to come to thp cltyr The is having a marked efteni. on the tourist traffic, there being very few visitors in ihe city as compared with other seasons. NO DUTIES ,ON FLOUR, .HIDES, ORANGES AND "LEMONS MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) BIJOU THEATRE L. H. UHL SOLE MANAGER Come THE ACME OF PERFECTION IN PHOTO PLAY Gome The .govern-jjias cver visited inent has, wiihdrawu from the tni iff i bill, the proposed duiics on flour, Good Show at the'Majestic The company now appearing at tlie Majestic Theatre arc far .in advance any vaudeville nitres a lion thai, he city, the cntct- laininent provided liciiis of SUCn !l versatile cliarucler Ihat will appeal ;Thi Greatest .Picture of the.Cenlury, SEE the Fight .'Man :.anrl Be.ait; .'Chaae" j Lion; j .ALSO OUR OLD FRIEND BUNKlY In a-..Scvcaming and an ICducp, Lion all FeaLurc Subject V alwayi in Attendance Matinees Daily' at Adulti -15c; Children 10e. hides, dried fisli, oranges and lemon.. The duties on lexrilcs salt, cloihlng. to ail classcs of lhc commimUy bc- sus.ir, IOD.ICCO find spices will he' brighi, breezy, musical and mys- maintained. Anew duty ol one florin I Tlic grcal" Albini, who has (forty cenis) per, 100 kilograms (iZUol'hcen acclaimed by pi ess and public pounds) IK nroposcd on liauanas, and 1 ihroughoui. Ihc country ?.s lUc the specific duly on paper is replaced j Csl illusionist of the twentieth by an fid valorem duty, varying froir to ten per cent. MILLION AND A HALF TO GO INTO NEW HOTEL BEVERIDGE IN THE TEDDY COLUMN Montreal to Have One of the Finest on tht Backed are now under way for a new hotel Tor Moni- rcal to occupy the siie'ot the present High school. f The consiruction of the new ho tury .Rives .1 remarkable demonstra- tion of mi'siicism, and on Friday ev- ening one will have "the opportunity of seeing in addition to Ihc ordinary- program, -this clever, ilfusionist, in a startling expose of spiritualtsifo diumship, fortune telling, palmists, etc. The Edmonton Journal, in roin- mcnlirip. on the performance says "It's a tCA'clation, and one thai no person should miss." Scats on sale1. ;Ior all performances at Rochon's Ice the finest on the cost j Crcam Tlie arc In the nGighltorhaod'cf at a loss to understand Lhe poor pat- cordiug to reports, a local firm js sr-i ronaSc -iccorfieri the theatre, as every ranging for a bond flotation in con- j effort is licing used to give Lhc pnh- nectlon with ihe new hotel, which He tlie lies I: attractions only, but it will have ample backing, including j is altnnsU impossible to bring "There are always tv.'o sides to-a but heir thli iermon.au Three Sides io a Big Question AT MORRIS .THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING REV. A. C. WATSON, of First Baptist Church, will ORCHESTRA AT SHARP ;imong the interested panics the T. R. The land would cost ab 'making the rolal cost the hotel RATIFY TREATY D.C., July iclr.sK perFormers here at popular pric- es unless better n I tendance is SCPII. The new iiianagemenL appreciate the poor class of enlcrtainmeni. nrov'irlcd at linu's in Die past find desire to eliminate llicsc, Riving the people of FORMER INDIANA SENATOR LIKE. LY NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR Indianapolis, Aug: Sen-, ator will he ihc bull inoosc _ candidate for .novernot of Inrliaha. Hc'j SfaiCB and Great Britain on July 20, [cuarantectl the besl we have had of said as' n.uch todny, :aml .indicated I fishing resulntlons In its kiii.1 in our city. Ihe terms on Khicli he Wdnld consent.! .-The treaty .v.l_i_ iiV- "carries out with .some modifications Senate Foreign relations comraltteo I ljeUlbririSO only the best. Now today agreed to, recommend ratifica- show your appreciation lion' of a trenfy signed hy the United r Ihc present nfTcring, which is should.he remeinhered Miat the pop- ulfir prices, which have for the past two years. P.rc. still in vogue, 25 cents .idmiis lo both llie ant] ihe full neiTormiuice, The riian- lar wagons will he opened at o'clock'. Gordon Fin lay was nrrcHfcd at. Woodstock siiEpected of burglary at Carlcton Piaee. NEW WHIPS ARE NEEDED. OLiawfi. July "li. M. P., for Lisgar, will likely -ne appoint- ed C'onserv.'itiv-e-whip for to succeed W. D. Slaples, .reiiftned to hecome a member of the Grain Commission; and Taylor, M. P. for New Westinlneler, will probahly hr. ma tie Hrilish Columbifl whip, to succeed A. S. Goodevc, now a member o[ the Railway Commission. lo liccomc nrgp.1 hy stale (o head' its.'ticket and if tlie; urging comes, in. the., form of an unanimous .cbn- scnl.. 'tonight i hat the fnr-' mnr senator will he ch.oscn witiioiil flissent when thn -ffiinjcct .comes' in ihe cnnvenlion Jbmqrrow. There has been iniicli to i Hcveridpc's given out i hut in-1 he inner circle of 'the': biill mnoso.s-il JK .saifi hr will appear in tlie convention some .time tiunbrmw. 'I'lic specirc ot the'liquor'.'question mn'le its aiinonrance in -the third parly camp tonight. rural HP.-! inent of the orRanizatinn wants covin- j ly local option jpUlfnrnv Ollirrs.of Ihc ilc- oiic Jinn mis and similar be covered hy .lite-, initiative and referendum plank. KflnrL Is hrinfr mnilc lonighl a', snmr of disliirl mretiiiRS lo in- sinuM of the pin I form com- ih'illpc on -Ihc question. .It. Is cxppcl- crl I ha I. will make y two reports (he ruks and method of-procedure i commended uy the- September 7, 1310.. Salaries of Rrahflon, school teachers cent. be increased. -1'en U.CJ. First Annual Outing at Frank Friday, Aug. 2nd Tim-first Annual Excursion to IHI held at the Kocky Mountain Saga tnrhini> Hotel. Ait LliMuiel.n I ttflM-aiuii lo attend and.bring yonr. families jind friends. A Kood time for nil at H reasonable price. Train Icnvoa Friday at p.m. For furfliL'r parllculnrs ln- nulrp of any member of the com- mittee. F. R. .Mcflaw, A. H. Me- Keown, .1. Hn'rtletl, D. Paker, IX .1. .McCormick. Forty Circus Clowns Whenever the circus is, at hand, Ihe press agenl. comes along and com- mences to tell the editor of the pape all about the number of clowns his attraction carries, and ufngular [0 ,-c- late, this has never varied, apparent- ly, since the very first time Ihaf a tented organization look the road. "Furly clowns; count 'em. BHys Uil? gentleman, and sn runs the burden of his song, hut until Ihe Soils- Flolo circus came along, nobody ever really Eaw forty clowns lualile Ot "Iho big Now cornea at hat, the unfulfilled promise of years. The really, truly, forty clowns, are about to invade our beloved city, and the yross agent of the Hclig-Flolo circus swcnrn by' the prcnt horn spoon, and by his rRputa- tlou as Ili-e ollclal almighty "voice" of. Ihe big consolidated shows, (hat Iho famous forty will appear at nvcrv jierformanct1, will come right in through the prand entrance, and-will ade around the hippodrome (rank in order thai ilic palrons of the clrciis ifiay count The Sclls-Holo circus will arrive here on SRlnrdpy, Anp. for a single day.'s en.Eagoment. The time honcvctl pnrndc will be given at Ifl.SO on the morrilitg "br the1" pcrfonnaiu-p, nn'il U M i. L. Free Circus Street Parade 9 bands, 250 horses, people of all climes in native costumes will shown in Two shows at 2, nighl 8, doom tt I 7 ?.m- Waterproof Admiseion 25 ctiili to ill ;