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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 12th, 1011 THE LRTJTBIUnfiE DAILY ITERATE Page 5 .Ip. Porter Prop, (.N. Packard Ngr. The New Arlington Hotel Is Now Open To Receive Guests New Furnished3 'Modern Daily Doings at Summer School By "MAX McD" Special Correspondent of Lethbridge Daily Herald Blalnnora, Aue. 11. General Secretary Kenny informed 125 Rooms All White Two Dining the American and European Plans Free 'Bus Meets All Trains Local Patrons of our Dining Room are in- creasing. Try it Comer 1st Ave. and 4th St. 2 blocks west of depot The Herald reporter with camera und note 'book IIUB been biiny Betting all thai IB going on. Hov. C. T. IJulinuii M.A., of We- tisklwln, bus ulna-go o! the ui tmd IB ay slated by Mrs. ilohnun in solo work. Miss Pine, douconenB :it Fmnk, IB conspicuous among thu students bo- cause ol' her diligence to her nolu book during the lectures. She might bo taken for u newspaper voniHn. Miss Davis, who has come to Blulr- moro an a teacher In the public school, accompanied by .Mrs. JI. Nichols of Kaymond, IB a to the school I Ihls week. I After the Herald photographer had I snapped his camera uri Ucv, Prof.' Uyde, D.D., driving a lent pin, he turned to Mr. Kenny and auld: "First martyr of the summer school died (Dyde) at the Btake." "There's a bell in but at the summer school an improvised gong "calls men to prayer." A tin j wash tub and frying pan in the hands of Secretary Kenny announce the be- ginning of lecture periods. It is rather cold getting out for the devotional service at 7.30 a.m. -but none miss. Rev. E. C. Bishop had j charge on Thursday, Dr. Dyde Friday mid Rev. C. T. Holtnan will have I charge Saturday morning. On Saturday night a stereoptica'n lecture is to be given by Wordsworth, B.A. Mr. Wordswortl has spent two years in Japan ant the Herald correspondent today that he expected to arrange for the long lease of a proirilnent site for the sum- mer school of the Alberta Sunday School Association in tlio vicinity of Dlnlrmore. At Banff a 42-yenr lease has ibeen secured from the Dominloi government and Mr. Kenny expects to enter into a similar agreement will the West Canada Coal Co. here. Per manent grounds will, he laid out for the use of the Sunday schools of the district and the annual gathering for summer conference. The joint Snntlay school picnic of the Presbyterian and Baptist chur- ches was held on the summer school grounds Wednesday afternoon. About 100 scholars with thejr teachers were pro-sent. Frank boy scouts were pitted against the Blair more boys in football and easily de- feated them, the score being Other sports for which prizes iiven were also indulged in and much interest was manifested by and young. A number of summer school teachers and students took part. Mi's. H. F. Kenny won the ladies' race. I the pastors' and superintendents' rnce Kcv. A. S. To del wa-s second and his superintendent, H.G. Biglow, 1st. In the preachers' race Rev. A, S. Todtl was first and Rev. J.P. Hunter 2nd. Rain in the afternoon would ordin- arily spoil such outings, but the com- pany gathered In the main tent, sang What are you waiting for? THAT IS WHAT "MA" WOULD LIKE TO KNOW We are ready to serve you now to anything you need in Lumber and Bulldino- o material, the best of every- thing at prices that are right. Today is the time to do things and all you need to do is to send us the order by phone or otherwise do the rest. Our Motto: Quality, Price, Service Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard offlce 362 General office 334 1st Avenue S. and 121-2 Street P.O. Box 684 Hamilton has not to sell Clem Bradley, of Portage La Prairie, I was drowned in an artificial pond in Sherman avenue park for factory pur-j poaes, bity to turn'it-into children's playgrounds. The 22-months-oM 'child of Mr. the Driveway, Ottawa. The steeple of the Presbyterian church at Cardinal was burned dur- ing an electric storm last night. Roy Smith, Kathleen street, Cuelph, WRS rescued from an old cistern in aia unconscious condition by bis mother, who fished him out with a garden rake. j the lecture will Illustrate the Iif< work of the Japanese people. Miss Brown's tent on the hill is attracting the notice of visitors t' the summer school. It is the bab; tent of the group and occupies i unique position. Miss Bompass, .T. G. G. Bompass and W. McD. Tait climbed Turtle mountain Wednesday -afternoon and returned with glowing reports of the glories of the higher altitude. The Herald man has discovered two artists in the camp. Mrs. Kenny has a canopy 'built on the hill and Tics ueen sketching Crow's Nest peak the Seven Sisters and other mountains west of the camp. While the report- er is writing Miss Brown is on Tur- tle mountain making small sketches of the slide and its surroundings. A party organized by the Herald re- porter climbed Turtle mountain on Thursday afternoon. It consisted ol Kev. Principal Dyde, Revs. Holman. Bishop, Johnson, Patterson, Paul, Hunter, Irvine, Beaton, Mr. Biglow, Mrs. Holman, Miss Brown and Miss On Tuesday afternoon a party of lecturers and students drove to Frank and investigated the rocks thrown down 'by Turtle mountain in the slide a few years ago. The party was composed of Rev. Dyde, Rev. C. T. Holman, Mrs. Holman, H. D. John ston, .T. McLean Beaton, H. G. Big- low and Miss A. E. -M. Brown. On Wednesday afternoon the first college yell was heard in camp when J. G. G. Bompas, B.A., missionary at tiillingham, and his sister. Miss J.C. Bompas of Man., arrived. Mr. McD. Tait, missionary from Ray- mond, joined his voice with them in the Manitoba TJi. Perhaps the most genial member of the Blairmore summer camp is Principal Dyde, principal of the new Presbyterian college at Htrathconn. This is Dr. Dyde's first visit to this pass and lie is much Im- pressed with his surroundings. The Horald man regrets that, space pre- vents him from giving the readers of the Herald iho dinner chat of the summer camp. One lay student will leave the camp with a less cramped opinion of (lie recreation of his cleri- cal -brothers. After the Wednesday night meet- ing three college yells were heard. The Dominion government survey panrty camped near the summer school is composed .largely of Queen's students. The presence of Dr. Dyde, late of Queens, on the speaker's plat- form attracted a number of them, and at thti conclusion a hearty string of Gaelic reminded Dr. Dyde of hfs alm-.i mafer. Soon the "l.ji" of Mani- toba college was heard and this was followed by the McMmiter yell. Harold hymns and the children were enter- tained 'by MIs-s A. E. M. Brown who told stories. "The Elephant Child" and "How the Came! got his greatly interested the children. TURTLE Mountain and Surround- ing Country Being Care- fully Surveyed Ulairmore, A'ug. special cor- respondent of the Herald while in Ulalrmore was over Turtle .mountain and Investigated the cracks in the rock which are causing BO much un- rest among miners and operators at work beneath the base. H. W. Brock, director of the geological survey for the Dominion of Canada, in his sum- mer report, made the statement that- Turtle mountain was In such a state that if mining: beneath it is continued the safety of the people living near It will 'be in question. The reporter interviewed a prominent mining man tn Rlairmore, who has ever since the slide made yearly government reports, and he assured his interviewer that there had been no perceptible move- ment in any part of the mountain. The reporter measured the cracks near the peak and In several places they show a fissure of ten to eleven inches in width. The only cracks hat can be seen are'at the top, and the surface is covered with shale, so .1 the extent and direction is not known. In contradiction to the state- ment, of the mining expert, members of the survey party working in (he under the direction of W. H. Hoyd, chief topographer for the Do- minion of Canada, in connection with .ho geological department of the de- partment of mines, told the "Herald ibe that (here had been a. widening of the crack. A Irian guUrtfon signal ms been placed on the highest peak of Turtle mountain. Measurements have been made between 0 p.m. and 3 a.m. with ii 20 pound weight nfInch- ed to a steel measure.', and the wholo area! sheet of 220 square miles, em- ending from three miles west of .loleman to Burmis, is done with suff- icient accuracy to correct the work the international boundary. The streams and contours arc toeing map- and the general and particular iditiona recorded. The party is at present working on the Frank slide, md the result of the will probably decide what, timil be done with Turtle mountain, ['he work will be completed about JS of this year. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. PHONi MONDAY, AUGUST 14th JOSEPH E. HOWARD'S GREATEST FASCINATING MUSICAL COMEDY THE FLOWER OF THE RANCH" Overflowing with Sony Hits. Lively with Dances and Pretty Girls SPLgNOjD CAST Jess Caldwcll And Dancing Beauty FEATURE NUMBERS: "Lo-to uln the Days of "DrMm- ing." "Stage Coach Cowboy arid the "Ocean Hull." A Singing, Dancing, Merry Musical Whir] COMPLETE CARS Seats now. selling Where Everybody Goes Everybody COM TONIGHT OUR BIG NIGHT Owner of L.L. Ranch, Wild West Cowboys Big Matinee Saturday TODAY 2 and 7 Rajah A Very Funny Picture Starland Will Please You Popular Prices 15c and lOc Coining Soon----THE CITY OF1 BOYS _THE CHICAGO STOCK YARDS FIRE MONDAY and TUESDAY, ANO. 14th and 15th. You have heard about It, you' have read about it. Now you can gee It. The price of admission fo rthis big feature ADULTS 1! cents CHILDREN 10 cents TRAGEDY Prospector in Far North Shot Partner and Then Suicided bawflon, Y. T., Aug. N. Al- lison, here from Port McPherson, at the mouth of the McKenzie lllver, re- ports that a prospector said to be named Oliver, from Edmonton, and his were victims of double tragedy when one killed the other with his gun and then committed suicide. An Indian found the bodies in a cabin at the mouth of Salt river, five hundred miles up the from the mouth' of the Peel. It is reported that Captain Beyu, of the Mounted Police, who was on route from Edmonton to succeed Supt. Fitz- gerald who perishetl on the (rail last- winter, buried the bodies of the pros- pectors. He left a. note that one had killed his partner .because he him- self had been taken sick and partner had refused to go for a doctor. De- tails i-3 explained will he received at the police headquarters' at Reglna during September via the Hudson's Bay steamer, which now en route up the 'McKenzle. in Canada for over half a century in every corner of the world where people suffer from Constipation and its resulting Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, itand higher in public estimation than utj and their ever- sales theirmerit Phjniciutt prescribe them. JREKA THEATRE-TO-NIGHT-For the Ust Time in Uthbridge -TO-1 Martin Johnson's FAMOUS SOUTH SEA ISLANDS TRAVELOGUES A complete change to-day. Among a race of savages who never saw white people before THE MOST WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES EVER IN THE CITY 15c And Osa Johnson in new South Sea songs, featuring Oe-Likei-No-A-Likei in the Hawaiian language 25c ;