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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta At UHI. LlviiiltlilDGE li KHALI) 11. YOUR MEATS AT EVERYTHING SANITARY COMPLETE LINES ONLY CHOICEST SOLD DELANEY'S IF YOU WOULD BE SURE OF THEIR QUALITY PHONE 452 Rooms Wanted CiUzenH having .rotns which (hey would rent during the fair please write tho Secretary'stilting ntun fj'ir of rooms, inimbev ot1 beds in each room, street number. ..lelephoiibj mini- bc-r and state 'price for t'iie 'week or per nijjht. An information bureau will be, established and persons look- ing for rooms sent to these roms. J. W. McNICOL Secretary. Fair Boxes Tho plan for the Grand Stand box- es will open :ii the Secretary's office for ilfo'ao who wish- to hire a box for thd'-'Uirec days, on Monday- morning August Mth, at nine, and on Tues- day morning August Tilth, at nine, for those who single driy. 2 ish to hire a box for a J. W. McNICOL. Sscrutary. CYCLONE STRUCK BLACK: DIAMOND A HAIL FELL' AT OKOTOKS Okoloks, Aug. district thu neighborhood of Black Dlamont at the forlts of Slieep Creek was visited yesterday at MO by a severe cyclone. The storm was about a qi ter of a mile in. extent and carried everything before it, trees, buildings, etc. The storeti at Bkick Diamond escaped, Steve Kaiser's granary was up out of the field and not a hoard of it has been seen. One man niime unknown, was' badly injured The engineer's house of Sheep Creek coal mine was totally destroyed. The viewed by the residents of pkotoks as it swept across the country at a distance of twelve cllcs t.he town. Following- 'the cy- clone Okotoks ami tho immediate vi- cinity was visited by a severe hail atorin. There was not a 'business building or bouse escaped having the i windows broken, on the north side, hut the area was small, only a few larriiers.qn the outskirts of the town losing their crops. Among those who suffered loss are -I. Duncan, .1. Adams, Joe McConneJl and .Joe. luler. Hcrplcfde] Will Do It. No woman 'Should have., thin, scraggy hair, and no need becpmo bald. Poor hair nnti are duo lo the, dantlriift' gtrin. Xf-vbru's Herpicide will destiny this Hitlo germ 'and stop" She 'hair from falling: evidence ot this Is found I'll a letter from Neilson, of Toiiiali, "I foug'ht the worst kind of.dandruff.- for nine y'r.irs. I beeti iisinp one .week and healthy the damlrjiff is gone and "ttie itching lias 'If Is the beet remedy for1 scalp discuses I ever saw, and I have seen Hon't subject yqurseiC lo disappoint- ment and expense by accept some- thing'claimed to as good" as First Church of Christ Newbra's Merpicidc. brands Rerviee-s: Sunday, 11 a.m.; Sunday nl-iy be .gpocl but why take school 12_10 pjn. Subject "Spirit." chances? The genuine and ordinal! WcdllGHday Testimonial meet ing o.t S o'clock. The Rending Room is .open lo everyone every day from S to 5 p.m. All services are held in Hoyal 13ank block, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. CHTJKCH SEK'VICES Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day School 10.30 a.m. at Knights of Pythias-Hall, Fifth St. dandruff germ'destroyer ohtnincil. If your own druggist npihiug' but, "jusi, as good" jirticlcs, go to -I. Co., who will furnish 'you with Kcwbro's Herpicide and guaranteed om; dolliir hottles. It Etops itching of the scalp almost in- Bianlly. in postage or silver for sample 'and booirlet to .The .Herpicido Co.. D.QRL, R., Detroit, Mich. Applications at good barber shops. ;Frcdv Wilsnn and fifteen-year-old G'u'iys TeiTyberry. 'of St. Cathar- ines, .'whom he lured-au-ay from her home, were arrested at 'Ann Arbor, 'NERVlNEjPOWDERS. sssrE-AJ SUFFERING INSTANTLY RE- safe and speedy If your dealer tloca not. keen them, we will mail ypu a. box (18 pow- defsT'aB receipt'TOf 25 cents. i; Proprietori, _______Sherbrooke, P. Q. Electric Fixtures Shades anil General Itepairs W. 1. McKenzie Co. ELECTRICIANS ird Avt. S. New lames Coil Mine Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload Phone 1475 C.O D Westminster Church (Mcthodlstj Rev. A. A. I-.yt.le, pastor will preach at. II a. m. and ra. Sunday School nnd Bible Class at 3 p. m. Church of Christ (Disciples of at Kennedy's hall. 13th Si. North nn Lord's Day 10.30 a.m. for Bible study. II a.m. Breaking of Bread, St. Andrew's Rev. W. W. Hryden, minister: corner of Thirleenth street nnd Seventh av- enue of new- church. Services conducted :by Rev. Hugh Grant, of Fernie; assisted by Hcv. A. A. Lytlc and Rev. W. W. Bry- deu. Special music by choir, morning nnd evening. Services at U and 7.30. All heartily welcome. Wesley pastor Rev. II II Hell will preach In the morn- ing on "Tho Inability of God" In the evenlng.on "Tho Ability of God." Sun- day School nnd Bible Class at 3 p.m. This Is Air. Bell's last Sunday. St. Mary's (Church of Corner of Xlven and Nanton streets, North Ward. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday. Matins'II a.m. Sunday School. 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.30. Rev. C. H. .Poptam. Rachel St. ri'tl A. I.eavitl, will preach at. oth services, II a.m.. anil p.m. Bible Class at' Sunday School at 3. Prayer meeting evening at 8. St. Ausustin'i Church of England- Corner 8th St. and 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at S a.m. Matins 11 a.m. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Rev. J. E. Murrell. Wright, rectory 212 Slh St. south. St. Paul's First the home of Rov. C. Grant, 1509 Sixth Ave. S., iCoiirtiand St.) English service Sunday August 13th at 11 a. m., and p. m. Simda; m. Ladies' Cotta afternoon. Social meeting of Luther League on Thursday evening. Cate- chism class Wednesday- at SCIENTIST CREATES UFE Paris, Aug. was made here that Batlllion, French scientist with laboratories at Dijon, has solved the problem of science and succeeded in creating life. But the original statements are now modified. Mutttllion says: "Lobe in America and Delage in France have succeeded in producing life artifically from the egg of the seaurchln, which is the lowest form of animal life. My- own experiments have been along similar lines, except! have.worked.on high- er forms of life. I have succeeded in "creating" a frog. It was done with egg which was pierced in man- ner similar to that followed in mak- ing- the seaurchin. The process was long and uncertain. Out of CESS with which I have experimented not more than 400 have produced. (Jut, of all my experiments f can show at the present time only one tadpole now alive. Others t have created died (illicitly, nil hough I have 5 ceeded in keeping them alive until they developed into frogs." OF jVVHITFORD'S ALLEGED MUR, -JpER TOLD BY AN EYE- WITNESS THEATRICAL MISS BETTY 'CAUHVKLL Miss Hetty Culdwull, play i 'After a week'In the cells where he has been held on "suspicion George otherwise Nigger George, .faced Inspector West of tlie .Mounted Police this afternoon at on the! llm California bud, in the iHibical "Tlie Klowcr of the raining to the Majestic Mon- day, -Aug. is a half-breed In- j dian maiden, .She was lioni on a ranch in Oklahoma Territory nine- teen years ago, her mother being a charge o'f murdering Victor Thomas, blood .Sioux. .When Oklahoma halt' breed, the ?nih of October, j Territory was opened up In 1889 and When Whitford appeared in I the 'Briny oi huncry homc-si'ckers the'court .room, closely guarded by i from all quarters of the iwo officers, and when the charge a dainl hl lhc ricll was read. to.him, he showed no trace ;stri of. Ulc of emotion, talcing the whole matter m of nl In the coolest manner, much! m, clmsc" for a wife one of the Hie sanie as when lie last appeared in tlie local policy.court before Mai istrhte Ball some three .weeks ago on i l the charke of supplying Mqnor to thc womcn .llld thc WOL'k> full-blooded Indian girl. Throughout tlie whole afternooii's proceedings he the custom, of Hie Indians for centur- iht i white sctllcr who was for Lunate 'enough to. win helle, POPE'S CONDITION IS IMPROVED Rome, Aug. noon the" gen- eral condition of Pope Pius was -des- cribed 'by his physicians as "relatlve- Eatisfactory." The Pontiff appear- somewhat stronger. His temper- atiye remained slightly above normal and the depression which has char- acterized bis illness at times, baa not been entirely overcome. This after- noon the Pope conferred with Cardin- al Merry Del Val, papal secretary of state, urging liim tu gn to .his yllla at Mont Rio tomorrow. GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. wheat opened 9i) 1-4, closed flii S-4: Dec. opened 99 ii-4, closed 98 May opened nil. closed 102 7-8, L-S: Doc. opened 37 3-4. closed '37 S Flax. Oct.. closed 1.93. Winnipeg cash Nor. S3 1-4; 2 Nor. 3-4: 'A Nor. 95 3-1: -No. 4. 10; No. 5, 81 1-2; No. li, 3-4; Feed :i2 1-2: Oats No. 2 C.W. 3ti Bar- ley No. 3. fiO; No. 4, 54; Flax No. 1 S'." W.. 2.10. American markets, Minneapolis ept. opened 103, closed 1-4; Dec opened closed 104 1-S; May open- rd nil, closed 105 7-S. opened 93 1-4, clos- ed 92 5-R; Dec. opened- 7-S; 'May opened 7-8, closed. 102 eat with vi stolid face, more in thein'pt the. worst off .during Ihu days nature of an Indian than a was overflowing negro. with honiu-seekers, most of them he- After the charge had been read j without, fluids to withstand thc Inspector West'called in the first j liaiil-ships that always follow tlie op- witness. Rosy Favor, a full blooded) I cuing of reservations. Cree In'dian. -Unable-as she was to! The new hunie-steker did not expect ,speaki English .it _. was necessary tdjhis wife to follow-her old customs, call in. (he services of an yet thfiy worked togelhcr and built Harry Brae.. In'the InimilO'hlile irpod home, nnd to them three years giiftge of the Cree'the old lady told j aOittle was the tale of the trouble between Thou: and Whitford, tho accused man." ;'j I lie jjriilu of thu ranch, and they mini- led her Hetty. .Twelve years later the, price of land was an-.inducement for tlie. parents to which they did, and moved to ..Kansas where Miss Citidwi'l] received the best of education ...When site had finished decided to go on the stage and .soon after applied Tor a position: in tlu; chorus of one of the best sical shows; she was accepted, and when she lint shod the season her next; step was vaudeviHu, working with a sextette of wonderful dancers over thc Eastern-circuits. Her work in 'Vaudeville won her all sorts of praise anil last season she applied for thc part of "Flower." She wns put thr.oEigh the routine and proved that she was Iho girl for tho part, for never wns- Uicre a' part written that Story of'.-Eye-Witneisei Four winters -ago, ihc evidence reads, she and her daughter were living in -a lent on the river bouqm near the traffic bridge. One day, af- ter the spcoml meal, she was moving Tamp" these two men coming along driving- wagons, Whit- ford in front. They passed about fifty yards from where she and her daughter, Marie Paver, were working. They went into the tent, ibuc shortly pU'er she heard the two men talking loudly as though they were angry. They ran out to see them and. she says that she saw Whitford, the nig- hit the other man over the head Iwice with something' she thought ..lyas a rock. The man never moved afterwards, and Uten the accused tak- ing the hat and coat off the oii the ground, tied him behind the wag- on and drove into tho river. Coming appearance, for she is full of dash to n deep place he threw the singer, pretty, sings fu. turned around and drove out again, (and dances in fact, is an ideal ranch Then he, threw the clothes Into the giri in every sense of the word, river at ano.iher place, filled up hi wagon with dirt .and drove off, taking the "other wagon behind his load. coul'l i .fitted her She- wins her audience from her first School at p. Society Thursday 9t. Patrick's Rom in Catholic Church mass at S a.m.; second mass at a.m. Evening service at p.m. N'n school during thu TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A London syndicate bought ;i tract of acres of coal land on Cop- per Kivnr, a tributary of the Skccmi'. Kain fell in Manitoba yesterday and put a stop lo harvesting opera lions. Sheridan, the young man wanted for ihi! murder of Ross Ford, near Orillia, is still at large. Give Your Feet A Chance i If you will give your feet half an much attention as j'ou do your face, you will not have foot troubles. Your poor down trodden feet go limping along because you do nor. try Foot BIni. Get one box. It give you wonderful satisfaction. Foot (ablets free with every box at Hod Cross Drug Store. Cross Jfook (Store Knew Accused Witness said that, she had knowi the accused for ten winters befprt that happened. She was not l.vliat the other man's name wan bu t.iiid vtlifit. her daughter knew him. On after t.he trouble Whit lord had como along the same trai their tent mid had stopped to .talk to her daughter Marie.; She did tiot understand tfnslisli very much but thought, that her daughter had asked xvhei'n the other man was, anil -Whitford b-i'l answered thai, he had run away. She had. never told any other person about the crime, 'hut her daughter had told some relationH nnd that was ihe way tho police had found out, and come after her to Browning. She said that she ha-d been afraid to tell anyone else. It Is understood thai the body of Victor Thomas was exhumed yester- day and, examined by Drs. Mewhurn and Shillinglon, showed two large woiiiKifi In the skull, which would cause death. The reason ihal this did not come out in the evidence at, the fruitiest probubly is that the body was In an advanced atate of decom- position nnd only a cursory examina- tion would be made, us at that, time there wns no reason to believe that the dead man had met his death from any other cause hut drowning. Thc case will occupy the whole aflfernoon and ft. IR very likely that an Adjourn- ment will take place till Mondny. A company is In process of organ- ization lo build and operate an e'lec- railroad between Ottawa and jiolnis up the -GaUnem river. OOOD PROGRAM AT STARLAND The acme of excellence is the mom; suitable expression which can be used in connection with the program given at Starland yesterday. A very attractive fllni is that entitled "Own- er of L. L. and story is a breezy humorous one, dealing' life'on iho western plains. The Kdison entitled ".Rajah" is taken from a 'book of that name mid is a veritable triumph in the-fo.I-3t.ory of photoplay productions. Comedy holds full sway on the program and at yesterday's performances the audiences simply convulsed with laughter. The respon- sible films in this respect were "So Near but not Quite" and "Max Nearly Married." R. E. Willis rendered "When the Bloom is on thc Heather" and his singing aroused a lot of en- thusiasm and evoked rounds of Iilause. The electric exhaust fnna were, ke.pt working overtime to keep the theatre cool and comfortable and it was a pleasure to spend hour's recreation in such comfort. The same program will be given again and in order to handle the crowds doors will >bc open at seven sharp. Coming soon, "The City of Boys." MORE NOMINATIONS Hill, of Griswold, was nom- nali'd by Brandon Liberals, .1. W. Scallion contested the convention, 'his is Hon. Clifford Sifton's former cut. G. H. Mclniyrc, deputy speaker, vai nominated by the l.incrals of Vorth Perth. Toronto lahor nten 'nave decided ot to noniitiatc a canJidalc. KUBELIK World Famous Violinist Engaged to Play in Lethbridge .Ellen G. Lawrence, of Montreal, di- recting the Canadian tour of Kubelik, was in Lellrbriiige today completing arrangements for the tills wonderful artist. ".'j-. Since 1899 when Kiibelik'mBdi His, first, sensational London Ills career has been a series of trl. umphs all over the. civilize.-} world. Throe towns in America have each re- peated for him substantial financial .returns, and in London, where he 'luirst meteor-like on an astonished public, he still holds his place as one of the RnwteKt drawing; attractions among the musical artists. Frank Buckingham, who .directed Kubelik's Australian tour, will man- age the concerts In Calgary and Loth- bridge. GLADSTONE BOY KILLED Gladstone, Man., Aug. Wilk- inson, aged 13, eldest son of A. Wilkinson, manager of the Gladstone creamery, was kicked by a horse last night and dietf in a few hours. He" had 0riven to 'the of. R. Me- Comb east of town" where the Acci- dent He is 'a member of Gladstone boy Bcoute. A Seasoning HOLBROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE Imported Absolutely 7J MCCARTHY ASKS FOR DAMAGES Calgary, Aug. S. McCarthy. ex-il. today announces that he will take legal proceedings agalnrt ley Jones, Uie Calgary lawyer, who .aft the Liberal convention on Wednei- day "accused '.McCarthy