Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday. August 141U, 1011. THE LETHBRTPCE Laugh Producer in Motion Pictures MB OUT TO THE BALL'GAME Till: LILY OF THE TENEMENTS THE PADKE A story of the mission of old California______ R. ,E. WILLIS Coming Soon The City." of and The Si MOVING PICTURES Co- Two Nights Only THE CHICAGO STOCK YARDS FIRE Thrilling, Exciting, Realistic One of the biggest, fires in History THE GUN FIGHTERS Full of Excitement MARVELLOUS STUNTS ON SKATES Intensely interesting and instructive to Skaters VIC TURNER The Sweet Tenor Singer.________ THE FAMILY THEATRE Doors Open Admission, Adults loc Children 10f. Daily Doings at Summer School BU "MAX McD" Special Correspondent of Lethbrulge Daily Herald Rooms Wanted Citizens having' roms which they would Tent during the-fair week will please write the Secretary stilting niim bor of rooms, mimbar.ot beds in each room, street number, telephone aum- Dsr and state tor the week or per night. An Information bureau will be established and persons look- Ing for rooms sent to these roms. J. W. McNICOL Secretary. Fair Boxes The .plan for the Grand Stand box- open at the Secretorj''B office for those who to hll'e a box for three daya, on Monday morning August at nine, nnd on Tues- day morning August ISth, at nine, for those who wifell to hire a box for a single day only. j. W. McNICOU Secretary. HERRONHAS NOT LOST HOPE (Continued from Front PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER.COMPANY Office 408 Round St. Phone 632 When Unseduc Ring Up Trunks delivered to any part of the city. Furniture removed Electric Fixtures Shades and General Repairs Hf. I, -Rcltoizli Co. 706 3rd Ave, S, Phone 637 Kew larnei Coal Mine Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload Phone 1475 C.O.D. In the Tory Camp At tiie Conservative meeting Friday niglH.-.delfigutcs were appoint- ed-to attend the convention fit Mac- Icoil, and while there' seems to be a spirit of hopefulness pervading.among :i number of that party, it is useless to enter into conjectures as to who the Conservative Candida to will be when the" convention is so close at hand. Mr. Hcrron has by no means lost confidence in being the nominee of his party once more, despite the fact that his declaration [or the pact was uttered only when it became essential on Iris part in order to meet the de- mands of a large number of his con- stituents. There are lots of- electors among the Conservatives who see the blue ruin to the country in the reci- procity agreement, and who, by all hear, Mr. Herron to the contrary notwithstanding, are likely to have a of voiding their protest against it through the medium of the franchise, all of which .would indicate that Ihe Conservative convention will nominate a man pjedged to support Ihe -Bcnton anti-reciprocity platform. AND SOME YIELDED AN HUNDREDFOLD A Herald reporter, travelling on a train from tho Pass recently, was shown a remarltrJble head "of full wheat. It was in the hand of Misi J. C. Bompas, o[ Wolsley, who was taking it to Manitoba for exhibition purposes. The head was picked at tiiilingham, on the farm of Frank Bax- ter, 2-8-2, was of the beardless variety, measured six inches in length, was about the thickness of a man's middle finger, and contained ninety-four ker- nels. It was a volunteer head, grow- ing in a field of timothy, and WAS al- most matured. APPLE CROP Detroit, Mich., Aug. na- tional convention of applemen in ses- sion here today officially announced that tho apple crop of the United States for this year will bo a bumper one, exceeding last year's yield by 35 per or tiOO.OOO barrels. rtltova Mid cure of the re-inforce the stomtch by supplying iht active principles -----M (or the dtgcitlan ol ill kinds of food. Try etch mail. e. i box. If yoyr drugjUt hu Ml ttaokcd Mod tu Me. KMhMrf MM Mri of UmMrJ, Ittortmt. tiliilrmore, Aug. 12. Mi'B. Ilolniiin lias be e n delighting the audiences at tho night services her sweetly sung aiul delight fully en- undated solos. None of the mountain climbers of Tlim'Eduy failed lo aupear at break- fast Friday morning. Mr. Ilolnmn informed us liLjine of his lectures this week that yreuU niftii wore -boni in Gloucester, RUK-: hlinaelf and Robert JiaikoB, the orig- inator of the Sunday school move- "Got father, and you've got the was one of the mottos on Sunday school bJinnerg lit the Interna- tional Sunday school convention at Franclico. Dr. Dyde was water carrier for the culinary department of tho cauiy on Friday afternoon. Mr. Sweet man was away from camp. Friday afternoon, M. P. Paul, B.' A., and S. M. Sweetman cllm-bed Turtle Mountain. It's getting to be a habit of the camp members to run up tho mountain. Girls and boys are playing baeehall while tho reporter Is writing Lhene doings. The umpire has just called "Foul, strike and a male bane- runner has Jumped on the third oasc- la-dy's toe. Dr. Dyde Informed his hearers on Thursday night that the three furies spoken of in the Grecian religion were all women, ministers of doom, who followed the wrongdoer. All the camp students were around the bonfire on Thursday night, sing- ing the good old songs an-d hymns and listening to Miss Brown's interesting stories. The school at Banff 'begins work on Tuesday when the staff and equipment from Blalrmore will be in attendance. Thirteen tents are pitch- ed here, and the equipment and staff Is one ot the best that can be pro- cured, i Her. J. F. Hunter, Baptist minister, of Blairmore, with hi-s family, was rt (guest dl the Summer school on Fri- day, and went with the party to Blair more Falls, the new camping grounds. Rev. E. S. Bishop's report of the International Sunday School conven- tion at the Thursday night meeting wan a feature of the evening. Mr, Bishop seems not only to have car- ried away all the facts" concerning the gathering but also all the humor connected with It. Dr. Dyde delighted his morning students on Friday with an Interest- ing paper on "Peter the Disciple and First Church Organizer." The speak- er departed from the" usual treatment of -his summer school theme, "The origin, bases and growth of and in his paper showed1 ah unusual knowledge of the character of the Hock Auostlc. .Tho uumi) received u visit from th -Mounted Police this wooU, He wa not for the purpose or malntait liiS flntl order but to chum an as sortmcut of 'buygage belonging to lit which was piled with tlio camp bu_ gage on the station pmtt'orm and load cd on the camp wagons. This Diiggagi wan part of his coronation equlpmcii had Just come from Knylaml. Considerable disappointment 1m boen expreised that A] IBS Brown' on primary, work have all beoi Ju the morning when tho attondanci is smallest and no cnlldren present Utst night the Herald represcntatlv returning to camp from town met 2 or 30 children on their wny horn from a story-telling trip with Mis brown. Each group was asked some thing about tho stories and all seem ed delighted with the entertainment MifiB Brown is an ex peri in prlniar. work and the camp reporter ha heard a wish expressed by many tha she he Invited lo spoak at next sea son's summer school. The campers were up Friday after noon looking over the new grounds which the Alberta Sunday School soclation propose to lease for a per manent summer school Tt Is sltnal ed a'bout two miles from Blalrmore on Bkiirmoro Creek, nesir (he rustic little waterfall of the same name'. The pro posal is to build an auditorium 30x40 Eeet with a 10-fopt verandah on four sides which could be divided Into apartments for sleeping purposes The site is in good view of Turtle, Crow's Nest, Seven Sisters and other peaks In the vicinity of Blairmore .The land Is the properly of the West Canadian Coal Co. and it. will bo tarouEh their kindness that the easy lease will 'he given. All the summer school speakers have appointments for Sunday and a the pulpits in the vicinity off Blair- more will be supplied. At Coleman Presbyterian church Hev. Principal IJyde, "D.D., will preach in the morn- ing and H. F. Kenny, genenil secre- tary of the Alberta Sunday School As- sociation uat night. The Blalrmore Baptist church will have H. F. Kenny In the morning and Rev. C. T. Holman M.A. at night.. ,In fhe Blalrmore Pi byterian Rev. 'E. S. Bishop will prench In the morning and Dr. Dyde at night The evening service at Frnnk will be taken toy Rev. Rishop. At Bcllevua Harold Woodswoi-lh, B.A., will be. the preacher, and at-Passburg Rev. A. S, Tod, B.D. In (he afternoon at three o'clock In the main tent there will a children's meeting' at which Mies Brown and Harold Woodsworth i speak. There will also be special music at the afternoon service. At tlie concert Saturday night and the Sunday afternoon meeting an offering will be t-alien. GEORGE SOUTHWICK SHOT YOUNG GIRL, ROSA ROD (Continued from Front Page.) use of until five ago used It in large quantities. At tnat time he quit it, but the poison In. his system, and ever since he has 'been In a very precarious mental condition. More than, once he has told his friends about the city that some day it would be that for him, placing his finger to his temple to denote what he meant. He spoke of his til) years as a wasted life, hut seemed to be devoid of the energy and will power to make a change. Coming to Lcthbridge from Winni- peg 25 years ago, he has never done anything except odd jobs for friends or his living. Cleaning windows and gardening was his chief occupation; nit his friends among the old timers Bay thai he was a well rend well! educated man. The drug habit, how- ever, had him in Its irresistible grip, and mentally weak he went steadily n until last night he'came within the arm of the after committing deed which his friends say cnn he ittributed to nothing but Insanity. It is very likely that sonic of- the ild timers will tnkc tho mutter np for him and have him examined as to its panity. He docs not yet. under- itand the crime which he has rrom- nitted but nevertheless he has become dangerous character, and the law of the country will have to look.after lim. BIG TYPHOON WRECKS A LINER Victoria, Aue. Passengers the wrecked liner Empress China, which u'cnt ashore on Mora reef, ISO feet from shore, July arrived on the steamer Empress of Japan anil give details of the wreck. The Empress of China, after weathering Ihe great typhoon In which waves thirty feet, high hroke over her, encountered fog the follow- ing morning, when nearing the Jap- anese coast and was proceeding at slow speed when she struck on the reel', 600 yanls iron] Shirshama vil- lage. The discipline of the .ship's com paiiy was excellent and the passcn- gets were soon reassured, only the Messrs. Raworth Bros. Have much pleasure in'advising you that they have acquired part of the premises of the 'Iloyal Bank where (hey propose to conduct a modern jewelry and'silvcrsmith emporium. and ser- vice will bo featured in every department of their 'establishment. An new stock will be at your disposal. The cases which are being espec- ially made in Toronto will not he hero until about the 20th of September, but temporary fixtures will be in place, in order to conduct the business until they arrive. You are cordially invited to inspqct the tempting articles that will be on cxhibiion.. RAWORTH BROS. Jewellers and Opticians Lethbridge The Alberta Drug Co. has a Preparation that Will Grow Hair Abundant- ly. This is an age of new discoveries. To grow hair after it has fallen out today is a reality. SALVIA, the Great Hair Tonic and Dressing, will positively create a new growth of h'ai-r. If you want to have a ljeatitir.nl lead of hair, free from Dandruff, use SALVIA once a day and watcti the results. SALVIA is guaranteed to stop fal- ling hair and restore the hair to its natural color. The greatest huir Vigor known. SALVIA is .compounded by expert chemists.' Watch your hair if it is falling out. _f you don't you will sooner or lat- er? be bald. i, "SALVIA prevents baldness by fas- lalr dressing they are looking for. It nakes the hair soft and fluffy and is not sticky. A 50c. tening' the hair to the roots. Ladles will find SALVIA just the nunjber in Tokio aiul vicinity being over according to official stat- tics- The warehouse and factory districts of Tokio suffered severely, eight warehouses containing goods were being demolished. Among the losers were Kerian Sea- Tvartl. who hud cornered the rice mar- cel uilh the rosult that the day bc- 'on; an ordinance had been issued rorcing them to reduce the price m rice about -10 per cent. Iciiini's steerage passengers heing DOMINION FAIR SUCCESS Reglna. Aug. Dominion -'air officially came to .in end Satur- day night. So far as the general pub- ic were concerned, it may be said o have finished on Friday. .Saturday icing given over to removing horses, itock and other exhibits. The total yaH attendance at the fair Is given as 99.443, Taken as a whole the fnir management express themselves as well satisfied with the fnir, which is generally conceded to hnve neon nu Jinqualliled panic stricken. .Some of the Chinese rushed up Uie gangways towards the bouts, drawn revolvers soon quiet cd then.1. H was soon found thai tin: liner was resting high on the roof. The foe; soon liftcil and showed the shore lino close at- baud. It was not found necessary lo lower the hoats. A torpedo boat was swept ashore at Tokio and several steamers .foun- dered while hi'g liners dragged an- chor. Kighl of forty men on the Aoamori Mnru survived when she vcni flown in ilie typhoon oit Knnoa, and one hundred fishermen were drowned uft Uiere. Tlie Japanese nav- al training squadron was crossing off! Tosa and two seamen were killed on j the Hashiilate and seven was liilpti from its moorings and cast far ashore. At this place sixty-four men who went lo save a fishing de- pot were caught in a tidal wave, and fifly-tlirej: were drowned. Messages from many points tell similar tales of disaster of fishing vessels sunk, rivftis over-Mowed and sen walls brok uf hour's Are Your Kidneys Working Properly? ft Will Par You Well to Make Sure There's been a lot of "guessing" about heumattsm and rheumatic pains gener- ally, but you con be dead sure that little lain acioss your back came from de- exscd kidney action. The kidney's duty is to filter the blood out the impurities collected by be returning blood it just ike absorbent cotton in a funnel he impurities from polluted water. When the kidneys are not working you ire bound for one of two tetes met Bright's Disease or Rheumt- ism. Lumbago and Sciatica. The for- mer course is usually fatal, and the latter always painful, but you need not have either, as they both can be easily, pre- vented. 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