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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. August 5, 1912 THE LETHIti Follow th. Crowd Get the Habit A PROGRAM THAT WILL SPEAK FOR ITSELF TL T H 1 B I he Jelephone bin A great fire Uio heroism and bravery of a tele- phone girl. This is a "Sure Winner" iiini IH bound to get you. The Deputy and the Girl Portraying G. M. Anderson and his splendid company in one of the greatest Western Dramatic subjects over released. Tim and Jim ANOTHER RIB of those rollicking, rushing roar- ing comedies Unit will not as a Tonic. E DAILY HERALD QUAKER GIRL WINS CHALLENGE CUP 't Kcuoni, Out., Aug. tlio 't third and final International ff yacht riico 'this morning on tho Lake of tlio Woods, the Ainori-. bout, Quaker Girl, won by over tsvo niinutcs, thus secur- ago London was in the thrpes y of one of the worst heat waves it has ever experienced. j> urday the lowest August tern-' peratnre in London since 1884', was registered. Unusual cold is reported all over the .island, w Ilavmakert, are snowballing in Wales on January 1 last. Patients not in hospitals numbered DISTINGUISHED BRITISHERS TO VISIT SOUTHERN ALBERTA n.'ners and times get slow. That is tho way it is it Uawson now, but we are looking forward to big things." Mr. Horkan says that there have been no new fields opened up lately, but everybody there is full of hope, and in the meantime the miners aro all either prospecting or taking out enough ore (o make a good living so that, everyone is perfectly eonteated least as contented as gold miners ever could bt. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELJO) A feature of extraordinary merit to be shown at Starland today and to- morrow is the latest Vitagraph sensa- tion, "The Telephone Girl." This story of a slender girl's bravery a'ud heroism is one that will surely appeal to every student of human tt shows, in a most vivid manner, the real strength of a true woman's love. One scene in particular is extremely thrilling showing the actual burning of mi Immense factory, coupled with a number of hairbreadth escapes from the blazing building, and on whole the production is conceded to be the crowning triumph of all (ho Vita- graph Company's recent, efforts. In addition to this feature, n number of oiher headliners will be found on the programme, tho whole constituting a most excellent offering. Will Come at End ot th 'Month and Inspect the Irrigation System Montreal, Aug. Ian party of distinguished British visito will arrive in on August .23 next, reaching here on hoard-the V giuian. After spending a couple days in Montreal they will go west nspeot the irrigation works of tl Southern 'Alberta Land Company. A :erwards they will visit the larg Sault Ste. Marie. The names of the visiting men are.as follows: The HI. Hon. liarl stanhope, lat captain Grenadier Guards, member o the London County Council, and asso elated with many imperial inatiti tions; Earl Wlntcrton, 5f. P., directo of the Royal Exchange, member fo West Horsham; .Sir Chas. Hunt, Bart M. 'p., late Rifle Brigade, M. P. fo Bath; Sir Win. Garstin.'G. C. M. G. British government director of Sue: Oanal, inspector general of irrigation in Egypt, late under secretary of the state for public works; the 'Hon. Sir Arthur Lowley, G.C.I.E., K.C.M.G. governor of. Madras form erly private Becretary to the late Duke of Westminster, administrator of Ma teheleland, Lieut.-Governor of the Transvaal, and Governor of Western Australia; General Sir Ronald Lane, K.C.V.C., K.C.B., equerry to 'H. R. H. he Duke of Connaught, at one time commander of garrison at Malta'and Alexandria, Military Secretary at the War Office, Lieut.-Governor of Chel- oa Hoyal Hospital, chairman of the Southern Alberta Laud Company and issocinted with other important Can- idinn companies; the Hon. C. T. Mills. iI.P., eldest son of Lord Hillingdon nd partner in the well-known bank- ng firm, Glyn, Mills, Currie fc Com- rauy, M. P. 'for Uxbridse; the Hon. 'aspcr Ridley, brother of Lord Ridley, the large Northumberland land own- er, and chairman of the Tariff Reform League; J. W. Hills. M.P. of Durham city since WOG; S. Hill Wood, M. P., Deputy Lieutenant oi Derbyshire and M. P. for High Peak division; Chas. Buchanan, senior partner in largest stock-broking firm in Scotland; A. Buckley, partner of Mr. lllingwoilh; Lean Clerg, leading French, financier; Major-Genera] Sir Fred, Benson, horn in St. Catharines, Ont., son of the' late Senator Benson, educated at Upper Canada College, a Fenian i-ald veteran served in India, Egypt and South Af- rica; General Boyce Coomb; S. Coone, large provincial stock 'broker: S. Catlovv, vice-chairman of the Bank of Liverpool; IF. Hamilton Fyfe, spec- ial correspondent of the: Daily Mail; A. M. Grenfell, chairman Canadian Agency, director British Bank of Nor- thern Commerce, director Chapman, JMlne Grenfell; R. N. direct- or Canadian Agency; C. Goschen, member well known banking- family, partner in Cohen, Laming W. Illingworth, leading stock broker in Manchester, and a director of Sou- thern Alberta band Co.; L. Jones, bar- rister; G: large shareholder n Canadian enterprises; Major Mal- colm Murray, C.B., C.V.O., controller of' tiie household of H. H. H. the Duke of Conllaught and equerry, to H.R.H. he Duke of Connaught; F. B. Newett, frost occurred in. Derbyshire ington. The higher peaks of the Grampians in Scotland are white with suow. ij> Friday night was colder ij> than ten of (hr nights of last December, colder than eleven Q in Januarj and eighteen in cs> 1s> FcMruarv. 4> land, G Parker, large shareholder in Canadian enterprises; G. Rhodes K. C, known barrister, H. Stnalley, large cotton manufacturer, A. jr.. Sing leading Liverpool bioker, lepresenta- tive of the Tims newspaper: ,T; Tuke, London, manager of.ihe British Linen Bank; H. Vivian, chairman of Co- partnership Tennants, Ltd ewir. 1. for Birkenhelid; J. Jf. Watkins, 'edi- torial stall ot the Statist, leading (J- naneial weekly paper, Major F. Walk- er, large shareholder in Canadian en- terprises; W. E. Wimpenny. promin- ent north country stock broker. eading stock broker in Belfast, Ire-1 this morning. C. 'P. R. ENGINEER KILLED, Smith's Falls, Ont., Aug. Muldoon was almost instantly killed'; Fireman T. Keller had his leg broken, and Train Despatcher W J McCut- cbeon sustained serious injuries in a rear-end collision on the C P. R'. Montreal-Toronto line a.t Tweed, early ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THE HERALD FUND W. A. Buchanan, Esq., Manager, Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Lethbrldge, Alta. Dear am directed by his Worship the Mayor to acknpw- ledge receipt of subscribed by the citizens of Lethbridge..for the Relief Fund. His Worship notes your flattering remarks re- garding the spirit shown by the citizens subsequent to the disaster and he instructs me to say'that this spirit was created to no small extent by the universal wave of sympathy and assistance which the disaster evoked from practi- cally every city and town in .the Dominion. Will you be good enough to oon- t vey to the persons subscribing on behalf of his Worship and citi- zens of Reglna generally, tha dMp eet appreciation of their sympathy and assistance m this regard., Yours truly, A. W. POOL, City CHrk. Regina, Sask., Aug. 2, 1912. f Hudson's Bay Co. Are Now Busy up the NEW SEASON'S: GOODS You will hear about them soon. Here's a lip! Ever Try It ;