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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta L W. B.'SHERMAN PRESENTS Her All-Star Cant of London Players n a Repertoire of English'Plays MONDAY and TUESDAY The Marriage oi Kitty i WEDNESDAY-iand THURSDAY The PnoiTons FRIDAY and SATURDAY Romeo and Juliet1 The manigement offers this attrac tion with his persona! guarantee of its: superior excellence. Prices ijiL.oO, 75c. 50 oi the tn the icieul revolution mil the pres dent icleri -with siirh swiftness- thai escape was impo i he gencrils ere in tin of night ind ino leaders Ot thu (.hum outhieaV une shot being tiuil T drumheid couclmai- tial. The other olfieers were returned in chains to Hankow and there exe cuted. TJie-nien belonged to the Tung M n Hui Dr it Vn wliich controls the advisory council. 1 he executions the corrcbpondent be construed i dirccb challenge to i for powei be fween JJresident Yuan Shi Kai and advisory council uwl may precipi- tate occurrences of an even stranger character. A Christian .Home is essen- tiiil for your daughter--while ac' nnirlnn a nnltaae education. ]s aa -ideal home as'well fls an educational -in-sUlution par ex- cellence. The situation' is plct- nresnue. Fine grounds, .Splen' did climate. Collegiate and pre- paratory courses. Music, art household science" and commer- cial. "Good board, moderate fees. Write for prospectus. Fall Sem- ester liegina ''Sept, !Hh. Robert 1. Warner, M. D. D. StMarienbad, dis turbed the royal Idyll. It wns offi daily stated that the Empress was visiting the town on the advice of Ivei physicians for a short cure. It was generally believed at Marienbad, how ever, it was to, interview the young. woman 'who has so. inflamed heart of her son. A FAST TRAIN WAS WRECKED Fort Wayne. Ind.; Aug. 18- hour New York-Chicago Flyer, on the Pennsylvania railroad, is reported to have been wrecked at 5.38 this morn- ing near Aliddlepoi-nt, Ohio, and a num- ter of passengers injured but none killed. The engine'and live pullmans lie In the dttcb, according to informa- tion received here. Later reports three pas- sengers were injured. When the train left the rails It carried down tele- graph poles and available details were meagre. The train Is' Xo. 29; west- bound and was due-at Chicago at.S.'w a.m. Mr. Hopkins, butcher at HnrdierlHc, told the llenld this mornlne that he nauou est aped it mljjH htm i seiiou ntculent dining his uife uuf two thiluren neai Uit rornei of iniK ind on the same night mentioned m Ah Leadbeater's letter STAY BY THE OLD POLICY UNLESS THE CONSERVATIVES FORMULATE A BETTER ONE- LIBERAL.ATTITUDE Otl-iwa, is ip- pai fnth in inspired sUUm nt the 1 lie Frtis (Iibcril) tojimnt 'On the authority and in tlie of une of its most, a in nt leaders tlie Free Press is able to stale that the .attitude of Sir Wilfrid Laurier -nel tlie Liberal party to the naval quesuem s is fniious 'We liave a policy on this qur.s lion.. We. adopted it .after m.iiurc con- sideration. The opposition of that day could not resist the temptation _ of rmluig capiUl out of it ind toils eel all -the passions of-Quebec and all'fr tht passions of Ontpno ignnit it These pissions nnnot now re concile HLIICO Iheu (.ill ror asslbt tncc. mil assist lliem if tht% Irankh adopt our polin 01 hue a. better one. to offer lint until the1 e their Innd we ilinel on cmr plilloim and idhue lo our pol- icy Our Immense Four-Reel Wcek-End Inoludinj Henley Regatta This "Special" deliahted last Remember show It- for the last time tonight. -ALL- NEXT 'WEEK Special Exhibition MONDAY'S BIG The of all race featur.s AVOKLD'SGKEATMST AUTO RACERS Barney Oldfleld Breaks World's Record at Calgary .WATCH- FOR WAIT FOR .IT MONDAY Miss Agnes 'Errol, The Little Girl with the Big Voice w w CANADIAN PACIFIC Southern Alberta Exhibition LetLbridge Aug. 19-24 SPECIAL TRAINS TO EXHIBITION GROUNDS TUESDAY, AUG. 20th. Trains leave LcHiliridge Shi Iron as follows: 10.30'K, Wednesday, Ang 21; Tlmi'sday, Aug. 22; Aug. 23. leave Loth bricl Hlatidn nV follows: M.OOK. 14.30K, ifi.aOK. JT.OO'K. .20..30K. 2f.OOK. _ Trains leave E.vhiliitio'n U rounds 15minutes times, FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 25 CENTS MYSTERIOUS VISITOR COPS PRINCESS' BAG London, Aug. clue has been furnished the police with regard the furnished the police with.regard-to the. Prlncero Frederick Charles of Hess, which disappeared with Its contents from the Princess' luggage on Satur-' day last. A leather gilder states that a well- dressed man brought some bass Him-, liar lo the one belonging to Ihe Prin- to his establishment, on Tuesday ind asked If the engraved crown and monogram could be altered. It not be done, owing lo an attempt hay- ing already been made to obliterate the crown. The mysterious visitor then left. HARVESTERS FROM THE COAST. Vancouver, Aug. Find- lay has asked K. W. Peters. C. P. KencraKsuperlntendcnl, to .consider a; aUffgeatio'iPthttt- oscursion trains be operated trom Vancouver cast lo MOOM- Jaw or llrinilon, lo take, men I'rom the coisl.'t'o the iiralrie grain har. est. An answer in to be returned by. 0. P. R, within INDIAVTRADE London Tng Vug 16 1 oi twehe onltib ending March dl 1119 the trade ol India showed i considerable increase. The value of imports ros? [loin OOP 000 lo S 000 ai il those of exports from to In rati ot progression the direcirt ol Commercial InlelliDencc te.- tnark.s India compares well with any oi the principal countries ol the world Dealing with the sources of imported merchandise ML Patton gnes a table showing the slnre which cadi country, including.'Great Britain, ob- tained in the Indian marlct as di> tern ned uuilir the new si stem of registration, which' only takes ac- count ol the tountrj from wh til coods have come. The United King- dom sent h2 I ptr cent of India s im- poits Jtui, OS percent O-i pet cent the Lmted Stitcs, !8 per cent Hp in 2 5 pi r cent Us Irn-KuiKiij 1 pet cent, and I lance 1 per cent REV. DR. RIDPELL Who Is.likely to leave Albert! College. Edmonton) to become principal of Colltft, Winnipeg. Mass Meeting Labor Temple THURSDAY. ACGlfsT 22, AT 8 P. M. President British Columbia Federation o' Labor Orsaniied for 1 rades ind Laboi Congi ess of Giiidd t All Welcome Ladles Invited. World's Greatest Auto Racers, Coming to Starland With the opening of the exhibition scheduled manage- ment of Starland have made active preparations for the of a monster to the occasion On Mon ind Tupsri OL Stulind1 will an opporturntj of uitneci5iug llif worlds dire speed fiend Birne% Olcl field -hrpil ing the worlds TCCOI d at the Gridiron on Aug. 10th. This is another of the Starland company specul features and be shown exclusively in the Stwrlanrt houses. It "is assuredly one of the most fllms offeied and shows people roaring encour- agement1." to. the world's most noteii speed kings, as. they pounded round the course in the greatest test of hu- man endurance and skill In the his- OM oC motor racing VII next Sfuland will open nt 10 a m and will show right through till Jl p m CANADA'S PEACHES For Great Britain and Ireland .001 DelncM ill paid to lhr FOLKS at HOME a CO HO BOX containing to 10 of oni Elbcrt. Guarantied airixal In jood condition aiMreK Tlth I v-h NOW iMt J forget to the well Grower, and Distributors. The JJieas Fruit A- riwlutc Co., Limited BURLINGTON ONTARIO W'-en you buy ask.Tor: THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASK HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVEp EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have sat- isfied Canadians tlncc no others E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada ;