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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Aiiffi S, 1911. COAL MINE We Have a small mine near Royal Col- lieries that we will lease or sell to a practical miner. Mine estimated :at 2QO.OOO tons, is fully opened up and partly- equipped. Gill or write FARM SECURITY CO. APPRECIATED BY GREAT FALLS Party of Nwspapermen Spending Day in the City-Being Banquitted This Afternoon W, A. Corvaway, Card- CHAOS AGAIN REIGNS IN MEXICO tan Antonio, Texas, Aug. tions i here' are beyond control and J would ask that you return and take charge of the reads a ci- pher cablegram mid to have been by Provisional Preildent Fran- 'Ciaco La -fiara of Mexico to Joss Ives Limuitour, now in Paris, a copy of which Bradffeld, a mining man from Mexico who is in this city, claims to have been received. There are a num- ber of mining men of 'Mexico in San Antonio at present tun Mr. Bcidfleld says they will boW a meeting In th .Mr to take action. FIERCE FIGHT ON HARLEM STREETS iVew York, N. Y.. Aug. strong arms squad" of detectives from headquarters and reserves from three precincts battled tonight with 300 rioting negroes in Harlem, rout- ed them and arrested 35 of the ring lea'ders. The riot followed an attempt to arrest a score of the blacks who were annoying womsn on the streets During the encounter the police were bombarded with bricks, stones and heer bottles from the windows and neirbjf "tenement 'houses, The fight was hand to hand and the m groes outnumbered the policemen dye to one, but the blue coats used, their night sticks generally with effect. telling NEW THEATRE WILL BE ERECTED That the moving; picture theatre as of amusement has "caught with the Lethbridge public, has keen proven1 without a doubt, and now another company of local men, whkh A S Ires ami D J.'Whitney the principals, baa been formed to build ttse moet model and np-to- moiing picture theatre in the The new building will be local M on the corner of the lane opposlt. Ihe K. of f, hall on Fifth street, and Just in front of the. Lethbridge Sasl Door Factory. The cost of the structure will be In the neighborhood 110.MO and -will be -built of brick H will be a one-storey building with the latest apnroved fixtures, and the claim that It will-be the beet moving picture house in Canada. Arrangements are already being: made for its manage- ment, and the cites nf entertainment provided will be second to none in Ita line. Tenders for the construction nf the building will be called for In a few days, the plans baring already been prepared by Architect Nobles. BORDEN WILL SPEAK AT LONDON Ottawa, Aug. la an- nounced that R. L. Borden will open his Ontario campaign on Tuesday, August 15. at London Ont. It is the same dute that Sir Wilfrid Laurier his campaign at Simcoe, Norfolk county. Borden -will addrees twelve meetings in Ontario -be- fore he proceeds to Quebec the Maritime provinces. i CARMEN JOIN IN LONDON STRIKE Pleasant Things Said by Memberi of Recent Excursion Party That t-hf Falls .Chamber o( Commerce aid a socxl wnil" orl their recent excursion to Alberta is very evident from the expression of opinion given by several leading mem bers oi the party to the Tribune of that city upon their return. They ex- press themselves as bejng delighted with the receptions they got at fa gary, Banff, Macleod and Uthbrirtg that of the last named place bcin particularly pleasant. Governor No ris in his remarks said "Our neigh bors across the line left absolute! nothing to be wished for. They right royal hosts." Dr. Longewa: the president of the Chamber oi Coi merce, expressed similar sent meats and mentioned particularly th reception given at Lethbridge and b the Chinook Club still more particu larly. .Mayor Sneer said, "We two lively cities in our-trip to Leth bridge and Calgary. They hare som things which gave us new ideas, an of one who has had several years' experience in this line of work, can assure all patrons absolute satisfaction. If you require Insurance please call or write us and we will pleased to fully explain our plans of Insurance. represent The Prudential Life Insurance Company and The Sterling Accident Guarantee Company, embracing all kinds of life ana accident Insurance. PHONE 1018 Rcom 13 Hull Block, Lethbridge. p. Q, gox 403. TERRIBLE CALAMITY ON THE NILE RIVER Alexandria, Egypt, Aus- S. -hoat overloaded na- tives on their to rhe fair at LefiSttk foundered in Hie Nile. Nearly 200 persons were drowned, thirty-six 'bodies be- ing recovered. CAPTAIN, IN FAINT SAVED VESSEL Nlles. J. L. Kinney and H. E.. Arnold, Tri- bune, Oberlin. R. D. Lampson and wife. B. C. Lampson and wife, Gazette, Jefferson. A. N. DawBon and wife, Herald, Nor walk.. Miss Alice News, Bluffton. C. Calvin Meyers, Unique Weekly, Rfsingsun, Ohio. 0. G. Murray, and wife, Herald, New Madison. Dr. W. .1. Means and wife, Colum- bus Medical Journal, Columbus. W. S. Needham, C. E. Cortier, Stan- Pataskala. Edgar E. Nelson, A. Ochs, Ed. JIc- Farland, Advocate, Cleveland. M. O'SullIvan and son, Shelbyville, Ky. H. E. Parker, .and- party of five, of Bradford, Vermont. R. W: Parment'ier and Mr. and Mrs. Boyer, Advertiser, Lima. W. S. Oroy, Recorder, Troy. C. s; Roe, F. E. Mede'r, Miss Roe, Mrs. Brown, Press, Bryan. J. E. Beisel and wife. Journal, Per- rysville. H. C. Sample, West Virginian, Fair- mont A. L. Sedgewick and R. M. Rice, Times, Martin's Ferry. Kingston, Aug. Bares, of the steamer Island Bell, had a strange experience at Morristown. He had an excursion on board from Alexandria Bay and just as the boat was docking ind heforo the signal for reversing WE HAVE The World's Greatest Musical Instru- ment, the VICTROLA, Come and hear it. Mason Kist-b Piano Co. DOMINION BLK. PHONE 731 GRAIN MARKETS Aug. Oct. opened lOflj, closed 99J Dec. opened May opened 10-1, closed 103J Oats, Oct. opened the engine was to be given, Capt. 38j, closed 38-J- Dec. opened Dane experienced a feeling of weak-1 J7J FVaXi Oct IM ness and nausea and fell forward on Priccs-Wheal, dosed No. I the floor of tho pilot house. Serai-1 N-or No 2 Nor 971- No 3 consciously, however, he groped in the direction of the signal rope, pulloti Xor. .Vo. 4 Nor. 88i No. 5 the necessary number of f.1 3 then fainted. Aa'it was the boat did y some damage to cement wharf but a I .Markets Minneapolis, worse accident was possibly avoided Scpt closed 103} by the captain's quick action. rator and .cut his throat. Talbottt thing good to say of Lethbridge and of their Canadian was about fifty years old wife about the ume .age. been in the land in Iowa but had returned and spent the'last week here. No motive for the crime is known, -but. It Is said -by the that Tarbott had been drinking for and hig of A Iberta and He had cousins. HORSE ITEAUNG REMANDED "Bad Arm" and "Heavy Runner" ap- peared before Judge Crawford of OPERATOR FINED FOR BEING DRUNK (Special to th! Medicine Hat, Aug. C. p. R. operator at Bowell appeared be- leod to the charge of fore Capt. Parker, of 'the R.N'.W.M. stealing. all the wltneeies P., this -morning, charged -with being were not present the case was remand drunk while on .duty. He was .en- ed till tomorrow morning at ten tenced to jaiffor two- week, and o'clock. HAT LOSINQ ITS.FINE MONEY Medicine Hat, Aug. city council granted the trades and labor council 1500 for a celeb'ratioii on La- bor day. Tim the city has losing about HOO a year.has by Aid. Forster. Half of the col- lected by the police force for breich of the. liquor license act sHoiild come to the city. In the past the whole fine sent to Edmonton. fin- ed The term years, but hli family are in. poor circumstances and this secured for light.sen- tence. If Your Feet PARTY NOMINATIONS Leplpsanle, Que., Aug. John Morin was unanimously, chosen as the Conservative candidate for L'Aes- omptlon County at the convention held last niehl St. John, N'. B., .F. B. Cmn'ell was re nominated at tlie Lib- eral convention in Carleton County yesterday. The Conservative, conven- tion there will be held Aug. 11. Res- Paul B. Scoles and Charles E. Cole, Gazette, Alger. J. B. Mohr.'Mohr and Carter Print- ery, Bellefontalne. 'Wll J. Scott, wife and sister, Cleve- land Paper Manufacturing Co., Cleve- land. Carl H. Smith, James Farington, Ga- zette, Steubenvilie. W. M. Sullivan, Journal, Middle- town. H. f. Thompson, Times, Lebanon. John Titlow, Sun, Springfield. Mrs. Ellen Greer.and Mies Sarah Greerj Telegraph, Hamilton! T. B. C. Voges, wife, son and daugh- ter, C. C. Carlson and wife, Roller Monthly, Canton. A. .C. Warner. Register, Sanduilcy. Louis Warner, Zeltung, Port Clin- ton. H. W. Williams, and party of four, lanadian Government agent, Toledo. W. J. White, daughter and son, and Miss Christie, Ottawa, Ont. H. Wrisley and wife, Messenger, tlgouche County Liberals convention Freemont. will be held at Dalhous-ie on Aug. ..'Benjamin Vale, 'wife and Jas. Reid rill again be the first I Misses Helen and Ethel Badcau, Way. Chronicle son, choice of the partv Ayers Que., Aug. the Liberal convention held here last her, was unanimously choseti as can- didate for the division In the coming election. Bridgetown, S.. Aug. one STEAD PERSISTS FISHER SAID IT T. Stead, dis- cussln? the interview with Premier Fisher, which appeared in the Review of Reviews uncut the premier's posi- tion at the imperial conference, statei Ular. he forwarded n. copy of the Inter- view with a letter, to Premier Pishe before publishing: it. Premier Fisher had apparently left, and when or three (lays no reply had been received, the silence was assumed to.mean consent to publish It. "It was because Prs- mler Fisher had been saying exactly this kind of thing ever since coming to London that I went to see added Stead. opened 106, closed 105 May opened 1II9J, closed 108J. Chicago Snpt. 933, closed 92J Dec. opened 97i, closed 96} May opened closed 102J. John Pelles and sister, secretory, Journal, 0. R. Bennett, Manchester, Vermont. W. W. Alken, wife and daughter, Start, Franklin, [nd. Clark L. Bennett, Gaiette, Lima. John M. Markham, News, Lima.. C. 8. Case, J. J. Budd, Democrat, DEATH Of AGED POSTMAtTIR St. John, N. B., Aug. Vanwarl, postmaster of St. N. B.. for thirty years, died this j Red CrOM lornlof, aged 72 years. He was un Cnator I, P. FOOT ILM Will remove the objectionable odor, cure toe sweating and make them cool and comfortable. 18 16 cents. A of root Bath Tab- lets free with erery hoi, at of the largest conventions ever held In Annapolis county the ''Liberal "par I ty yesterday nominated Mr. 8, W. I Pickup to again, contest the county! for the House of Commons at i__________ the coming election. The tlon was made unanimously, j Mr. C. A. Wilson, the retiring member 8t. Stephen. N. B., Aug. the i be the candidate. The Conservative convention to- ielecl.V! ConserratiTe candidate hss not yet ndldste for Charlotte county, held i beon (elected, but it Is likely that Mr. Leonard will again he in the fight. Montreal, Aug. A. Rivet, ei- M. P. for. Hochelaga. was last night nominated as the Liberal candidate for that division at a meeting of the St. Gabriel Ulwra] cluli, There were sli or eight hundred members of the club And other pretent and w otber nomination considered ottw that of Mr. Alvet. The nomination vsi at once accepted by Mr. Rivet, who made an addren In wuleh he defended the policy of the government especially sup. here t meraber for count; ftMed (rwlnc to III hellth he woiiM no- able aeeeft the at trfe comlni election. Toowias A'. Hart; M. P. P., of 9t.> .wbo a member of the proTtnejul since was Candidate and iceeftrt nomination. 81. HrMntbe, Aug. BfM- MM P. the iinsnlraous choice of the of Hya- clothe count! >t the eoiVcatloi held last HOB; J. Bunma tut Hr. Vletar Oenffrlcn tno ipetken. QUO., UTtL VICTOR THOMAS' GRAVE LOCATED Undertaker Addison stated this nfornin'g that the grave of Victor Thomas, of whose murder George Whitford is accused, had been locat- ed, and it is quite possible that the remains will b'e once more exhumed in an endeavor to get innro evidence in the case. The. undertakerwho was in charge of--this burial was B. C. Moore, who ia now in Summeriand B. C. He will come to Lethbridw io Rive evidence at the preliminary hear- ine before Inspector West'on Satur- day morning. Don't Neglect Your .Opportunities Newhro's Herplcirie is the one rem- edy on your druggist's shelves which may always he depended upon. Instead of complaining to your friends and mourning over your, loss of hair call upon yoijr local drufgisf and purchase a bottle of NewbroVHer- picide. It is the first and original remedy, guaranteed to kill dandruff, stop itch- ing; and check falling hair. You can save the hair you have much easier than you can grow new The time to save your hair IB now The remedy for doing Jt IB Xewbro's Herpicide. The same opportunity never comes but onco.. One dollar size.bottles sold ind guaranteed by all druggists. Applications at good' barber shops. T. D. Higlnbotham A Co., Ltd., special agents Restaurant and Rooms Clean and Comfortable Loo Wing Co. 309 2nd Avenue S. EX-SHAH WINS A BATTLE IN PERSIA .St. Peteriburg, Aug. to n despatch from Startbad, Pcrriii, today, Mohommend AH Hires has won firet fight agtlnst the government when ho defeated them pnn- ihin'iit the northern foot of the Bt- brui mountains, fifty mflea south of Astmbad. The but.tlft is -fiiid to have been hard fought, the Turcouans ftoill" took the city by. .storm cap- turing (nius and The victory greatly enheartoncd the ad- herenta of the exilnd monarch. Ad- vices from Teheran ilite that Moham- med with another force of their policy retarding, the na- men some hundred miles Mil ud nclprocltf. of the capital lorth- FLOUR IN CASH PRIZES FOR BEST BKEAP LETMBrnpOE FAIR MADE FKOM OUR FLOUR tee priie MM er .write ut Information.1 ENTRIES MM IIIISON MILLINC tLfVATOK CO..im ;