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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Aug. VW1 TO-MORROW TQ-NIGHT INDIANAPOLIS AUTO RACES Z O S Q en CO CO GIBRALTAR STRAIT A French Steamer Went Down With Over Eighty on Board Gibraltar, Aug. French Hinir. foundered today live miles east ol Tiriia, .Spain, in Hie Slrnils of Gibraltar. Klghly-Uim; m KNEW HORSES WERE STOLEN 40 Cars Racing Like Mad .....For Big Money Prizes on Indianapolis Speedway See Ray Harroun on His Marmon Win This Great 500-Mile Race He captures big purte in splendidly driven race. Eighty thousand spectators watch battle of speed on Indianapolis Speedway.' Bruce Brown estab- lishes record for 150 One man killed, several injured. finish for second place. Probably your only opportunity to see an event of this kind It is essential that all those desirous of getting a good seat attend early. IF you dan't get in, WAIT. You will be well repaid v pyrsoiis were drowned. The ship sail- ed from Here at three a.m. for Mor- occan ports. An hour later in a fog sliii collided with the Sihcrton, fiom Newport, Knglaml, foe Tuiauto, Italy. The crew ot the latter rescued 27 of Hie Izmir's crl'w itml passengers. Tlic Silver ton later put in, here with her starboard bow ie in and her forepcak full of ws ter. The Emir floated only a few niin utos after the collision. Sixty-nini passengers and 21 of the crew wen down with the ship. Twelve ot tin crew.and. 15 pussenger.x were saved All passengers. were French. Tin LiMr was a vessel ol 12fll tons am was owned at Marseilles by Coxpag- nic De Navigation Mixlc. BLAIRMORE LIBS. WANT WARNOCK Blairmore, Alta., of the. Liberal Aug. mcct- As.sociiition was Restaurant and Rooms Clean and Comfortable Loo Wing Co, 309 2nd Avenue S. GOVERNMENT? WAS A MWT. .ON PEER CREATION -Aug.. the-, House Lords, I Gun-on moted a loie o similar to that voted .down in the Commons it Earl -Orewe in opposing the' admitted lha the cabinet not a unit in asking the King to create peers. In the1 Commons, the House ol Lords' amendments to the Veto Hi] were, taken up seriatim, making ,1 Ions session. CHAftDSIW HEAT SORES" SUNBURN M, A. Boorman, Peterhoro, wrileti "Ipot badly bitten by an the neck. jmrt swollen tnd inflimed. I applied ZanvBak, in three daya tht matioa and iwcllinf were removed and nil sign of the wnnml had Mr. J. Buckley, 434 Victoria Aw., Uml- which I hw) bid for ia THnl Doctori hwl failed MTiti I kid CWM, to tbtitk I WM to- ZiM-Buk enrei riniwom.Mood MW, iich ill vkln Ui HOtM TQMftto, Kts. IRON MINES IN. NOVA SCOTIA. ARE CLOSED DOWN Halifax, Aug. Instructions have been received from 'Montreal to close clown the mines of the Canada Iron Corporation at Torbrook. As the pumps are 'heing taken up it. is :prob- able that wort I will not o .eliosin lo represent tlie riding of Mdcleod in Hie coming Dominion clec- iion ballots were marked. In the absence of tbe president, Ihos Hcbee occupied tlld chair, and Was assisted in the ioil> li; Scwutary Angus Mac- )on.ild Blairmore is entitled to Jircc delegates, anil .1. Angus Mao, Jonald, Mike Rossi and Arch. MI were As alternates tl nceting decided on Capt. lichee, IT. Doubt, and .1. O. Smith. Hie close of the meeting tl lerald irporler, feeling for the name 'f probable candidates, lieard no oil r name than tliat of Dr. ffarnock H Pinthor tuck, and was assured b 'I'Oinincnt Liberals ihal; no one was thought of in the ['ass. It i almost certain that Pass towns wil sohdh for U'arnock if an oppns ing candidalc shouhl be proposed l> the prairie ridings. The case of "Had who is clwrgcil ivilli liorso slcaling, conlin- ned this morning before Judge Craw- ford, of The niorninj; session was occupied hy the taking or part ot Ibc evidence, tho fusl witness lieing the owner of UK: aninutl, Albert Whiliv of llarrhill. C. F. P. l.'ony- beare appeared for tin: and K. A. Smith for the prisoner. Tbe wit- of.being a rancher and a fanner, and of owning eighteen head f horses. Asked by Mr. Coiiybeare if he Inrn- il then.' out on the range, tile :ss told of having branded them and also of having lost eleven and Hurling all but four. The R. N. W. M. I1, found Iliree, but there is still one missing: Mr. While, positively Identi- fied the horses as his, and his statc- ncnts wcreicorrohoratcil Is: Kdward Bradbcrry who lives near bin) and whose horses' run with tbe owner of the animals in The next and most iniiiortant wit- ness was "Standing who is connected with two charges of horse stealing. When cross-examined hy H. A. Smith, the witness said that Ser- geant Aslic, of the U. N. W. M. P., had told him that if he would tell him ail lie knew about the horses on Hie reserve, that the judge would give him a light sentence. The Indian did so and laid informa- tion against "Mad Arm" and "Heavy and they were immediately arrested. The lawyer brought atten- tion to the. fact that tlie witness bad pleaded guilty to two charges of horse stealing, and also that there was hard feelings between the wit- ness and the prisoner in the iloek and that he was shifting the hlan.s Registered Customs Brokers and Insurance Agents Lethbritlge Alberta Knowing tlmt'ln a progressive.city Ilio size of Lethbrldge, Is an oiienlng for tlie jibovG, wo hnvo dccl'ded to enter Into it, tnd will eiidoavor to trsngact all business entrusted to us with satisfaction to nil concerned and with tlie least possible delay. In entering Into this work it will lie our aim to make it cessful and in ordor to dp this we feel It is necessary to treat those for whom we do business in the same manner us we would want them to treat us. We solicit the liatronage of all who have business with Canadian Customs. This branch of the work will be In the handl of one who has had several years' experience In this line of work, and can assure ail patrons absolute satisfaction. If you require insurance please call or write us and we pleased to fully explain our plans of insurance. We represent The Prudential Life insurance Company and The Sterling Accident 'Guarantee Company, embracing all kinds at life anil accident insurance. PHONE 1018 Room 12 Hull Block, Lcthbridge. P. 0. Box 400. rom -himself upon the prisoner who couhi not speak English. "Standing Vlone" tnld of going to visit, "Dad Arm" at .John Cottons', icar Klpp, and of. seeing who lives (he horse ARTILLERY WILL GIVE EXHIBITION LOCAL BATTERY WILL CAMP AND DRILL ON THE GROUNDS At the evening performances of the LeUibridge exhibition there will be a Item on (.he programme. Secre- tary JIcNlco] has just completed ar- .to have the 25th Battery of the Canadian Field Artillery, the l-ethbridge battery, present each even- Thc buttery will have a camp on the grounds and eacli evening will give an exhibition of gun firing. SUN SHONE FOR BUCK EVE EDITORS (Continued from page side in the dark countries of-.China and Russia, not as the emblems of the conqueror, but rather blems of peace and a higher ibrotherr hood of mankind This IB the con- nuerlng you in.Canada and we In the United States have lo do if ara to fulfil our highest obligations to a merciful Providence who hasjbeitoir.- ed upon us the :fulness of a bountiful hand." Prolonged cheering, marked the Uose of'Ah. address, and after S.TRANDED HARVESTERS CARED FOR AT SASKATOON half the -blast furnaces are idle, is that tho flames would spread to reacting on one hundred men are .thrown -out of em- ployment The big riiills ot tbe Davidson Lumber Co. at Spring- field also closed.-down a few weeks ago. The loss of employment of these two large labor emploving''coiKierns will he a very heayy joss to eastern Annapolis County.. WELL .KNOWN .COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER' IS'ARRESTED Winnipeg, Aug.. ..I. Chap- man, wanted by the -Mounted Police at liegina for forgery during the fair, was arrested last, nigllt in a south en-d hotel by Detectives llatfiq' and JIc- Clltcheon. Chapman'.i.s'ii'. knight of the. grip and declares .he is.a.repre- sentative of the Wattsbnrg Lumber Company of Milwaukee, Wis. He made no resistance when arrested and he seemed to 'be in the best of spirits. Ho was -a resident of Calgary six years ago and is well known in Al- berta. largo area as the dwellings adjoining the mill were wooden structures. -The Montreal jail is located across the road from the .burne-rl structure. oral firemen were overcome 'by the smolce. AMERICAN SQUADRON SAILED FROM GIBRALTAR Gibraltar, Aug. American practice squadron, consisting of the battleships, Iowa, Indiana and Massa- chusetts, sailed for Annapolis today PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA IN ANOTHER AUTO ACCIDENT Osnabrueck, Prussia, Aug. Henry of was in another auto- mobile accident today but escaped mi-1 harmed. He was returning-from Hoi land when his car swept from (he roadway and crashed into 'a tree near Kloppenburg, twenty miles southwest of Oldenburg. The prince's compan- Von TJssdom. was siisht- ly Injured and the chauffeur's skull was fractured. Indian Head, Aug. one hundred and twenty-five harvest ers arrived here yesterday.fully ihn weeks ahead of harvest. Atboul fifty have gone into tile country, mostlj .working for their board until harves starts. A number left tonight. Those without funds are being looked aftei in the town ball an-d boarded at the expense of the town. KILLED IN -COLLISION Petersburg, VaM Aug. men wer. scaldod lo death.and two badly Iday.is full of pessimism 'regarding tlie njured when the passenger train on Motherland, licfore sailing he raid. LYON IN THE DUMPS London, Aug. S. ,W. Lyon, treasurer of the Common- wealth, who returns to Australia to- be Seaboard Ai r.ltnc plunged through in open switch, and' struck a freight rain on a siding near hej'e today. The dead men were tile fireman and mglneer of the freight. am Biik ANADIAN GAME WARDEN. SHOT AN AMERICAN Welland, Aug. Buffalo Times lis morning says: The shooting of Ueorgc in the Niagara river by.the Canadian game warden, Thos. Briggs, has developed Into -an International affair of state between the United States government and tile Canadian government. The'nnnounco ment is made that the Canadian p.ov- eminent, will proceed ngnlnst Brigns at the next assizes and tlie'AmeriMii government will wait a definite length of time lo set! what aclion is taken, i "1 cannot think that Great Dritain on tlie right track. Yonr free I ratio system is sheer madness np- piied to Australia. Under a totally different system we arrange a fa: happier, stronger and more enterpris- ing population." BREAD MERGER WILL BUILD IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. ,T. Boyd, vi. president of the Canada Bread Com- pany, announced today that the mer- ;or ivoiild commence, at'once to build a bread plant here at a cost of 100. Until the completion of this fac- ory Boyd's old plant will ,be used, afterwards being converted into an exclusive candy factory. HAMSTERS ARE ON STRIKE AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug. afternoon the cilj-'Of Edmonton will be without teams lo carry on tlie various works of tho mnnicir.-ility with the excep- tion of a few which are owned by tho city. This condition will continue for a period or 21 hours and unless the demands of Hie team owner's asso- ciation are met. at that time there "111 lie a definite strike of the oils' employed teams. and coming'to I.ethliridgc to sell it. Asked by the lawyer ior the prison- it the iinimal was sold, ".Standing Vlone" said that' "Heavy Runner" lad put the deal, through with Mr. .avillc, pf'NortH' Lethbridgc, and re- eiveil of which lie got Onc- lii'ril. The -witness .told of having worked at Uonnell's livery'barn and of the Iirisoner bringing a' brown horse to him and of taking it to. W. 'bodils' and receiving; as payment ior the animal. His Honor asked Ihc witness wliiit lie thought the horses are worth and he. said .about each, "Didn't you. think (hat, he southern very that they wei-'c stolen', asked Judge Crawford, and "Standing Alone said that he knew they were stolen nor "Standing that I hacl learnt the IJtiglish language school and was taught not -to stea "Weasel Head" was the interpreter POLITlCAUplNATlONS Montreal, Aug.; Hays, o Hichmond, was nominated and accep ed the offer in Richmond Wolfe the Conservative party. in Sherbrookc County G. D. White son of Judge be the Con lervntlve choice at tomorrow's c vention. G. Paige, of Coaticookc. it certain will run in Hie Consei live interest in Stanstead County opposing III'. Lovcll. A. E. Wall, was chosen a-: candidate in Dlgby county have one port will 'be made to the hankers in-; and all proved themselves to be the terested during tlie present week, but best of fellows and the kindest ot SHOE POLIJ "Good for Lfitther- tho Weather" f shines a I daub, amlmml there'll1 your shinol Mlnck ni> tun. at nil grocers ami shoe e.lorca. 21 BLA1RMORE BAPTISTS HAVE SERVICES lilalniiore, Aug. sV'I'he anniversary services of the Central Baplist church were hold last Sunday when special sonnollH were prcachni in tho morn- Ing by licv. W. T. Young of I'Y.lllli, anti in the.evenlng by Rev. .1. K. Hunt- er, of mail-more, in the afternoon Sacred concert was given when soics, recitations, addresses and Instrument- al music was rendered by iocal Uileut. Last night a grand supper and concert was given in the opera house. The Baptists of Blairmnre are to con- jr-JInlated on llieir splendid v.-ork li- the extension of the Kingdom in tin Why Offer thr-t Involves No Risk Far Those Who Accept It We are so positive o.ur remedy will completely relievo constipation, matter how chronic it. may he. that we offer (o furnish, it free of all cost if it fails ic Constipation is caused by weakness of the nerves and muscles of Ihe large Intestines or descending colon. To ex- pect a cure you must' therefore lone up and strengthen those organs ami restore Iliem to healthy activity. We want you lo try Koxal! Orderlies i our guarantee. They are oaten like candy, and are particularly ideal for children. They act directly on the 5 and muscles of the bowels. ('j They have n neutral action on the other organs or glands. They do not purge or cause any Inconvenience whatever. They Mil positively over- come chronic or habitual constipation .ind the myriads of associate or de- 'leiulenl chronic ailments. Try Hex- Orderlies at our risk. Tivo sizes Oc and 2Sc. Sold only at our store- he Uoxall Store. J. D. Higlnbotham Co.; Ltd., special agents. this will not.be niacle public until the Chinese delegates' have returned to ijeliin and consulted, with their gov- ernment-on certain points involved with the specific plan for cy rofornj subniittKl by the Chinese to the conference as tlie loan.. CHILDREN DROWNED WHILE BATHING IN MU8KOKA neighbors. MILWAUKEE MAN FLEECED 6V SLICK RACING CAME Chicago, Aug. Shroeder, of -Milwaukee, is said by the police to have been swindled out of day bj three men, who uied _____ a fake home race scheme According M i i i o n-fi i 'o the police the young men led Mr. Reaumans, Mnslcoka, Aug. .addling in the water, immediately in I to believe that they bad 'rant of their father's summer cottngo tapped wnea leading; to a pool room ici'e yesterday Samuel and Elizabeth Willock, aged geven and. five ycai'H respectively walked beyond ihclf depth and were drowned.' The child- were the only son and if Mr. and airs, of defiance, Ohio. DIVIDE LANDS IN MEXICO Mexico City, Aug. govern- ncnt is preparing to put into execu- .ion the plan elaborated by former 'resident Diaz, to divide lands among 1m poorer classes: Large tracts of anils have been set aside for this REGINA'S IMPROVEMENTS were securing advance tion from various race Are Your Working Properly? il Will P., You Well ID There's a lot of "guessing" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you can be dead sure pmn anoss your back came from dt- creased Uitlney aclion. The kidney's duty is to filter the blood out tbe impurities collected by the returning blood :t juit like absorbent cotton in a funnel the Jmpiiritirs from polluted water the kidneys are not wording yoti arc bound for one of two betes and Bright's Disease or Rheuma- tism Lumbago ind Sciatica The for- nier LOUISC is usually fatal, and the Itttfcsr always painful, hut you need not hovt egina, Aug. city council _ his evening awarded contracts ps tliey both can ring (lie pavement jiud sidewalk con trnetion program calling for the ex- onditure of over BISHOP APPOINTED London, Aug. Right W. errin, of Victoria, H. C.. Bishop of ritish Colnmliiii, has been appoint- I First Suffragan Bishop of Willes-. in the dioeeec of London.' HACTICED HE PREACHED Icrgyman Said Men Should Marry, and Forthwith' Wed Organist Denver, Coll. Aug. .Lime r a young man to falie a brideAsafd ev. D. Kciulrick Roberts, pastor' of ic Welsh Preshytorinn.church here, ,1 sermon to his parlshioncrB at a raver meeting last niglit, "tho time every iniinarriod man to take it 'idc, Is right now, and .to Rhow my Illingncss to practice what 1 preach slutll do BO." With that the pastor steppt-rl from R pulpit and met Misg Emma Ev- JB, the church r organist, who arose om-her place tho org-an. They ere joinert by a fellow clergyman of r. Roberts, the only outsider who ad heen let into secret, nn.'l ere married before the astonished ingregation were aware of whnt WMS king place. rented. Tlie best prewriptiofi for all kid- uey troubles is Nyal's Stone Root Cotn- pouud It is no patent" medicine, a "Kicntific prescnpt'on composed of St Hucim, Juniper and other remedies of proved value More that, it has proved hy thouundt who have had jjlad relief from its use. Ther-'s nothing quite so miserable u the dniggine results of skk kidntrfr You are tnmng nith your own futun when you neglect so simple a precaution. as a pleasant home treatment with Nyml'a Stone Root Compound when result! w certain, s It soothes blander irritation, giWi you rest and comfort at night, and maJtn life once more enjoyable. .The kidneys, liver and bladder am an dependent upon one anotiwr, and NraFi Stone Root Compound is particuUrlv d to helo them all. Sold and guarantied by ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDQE ;