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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I 12 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD worlds record ol also allowing an llStar Feature Pi ogram One Jojig mmitni ol tho life or the coivbovs of Ihe Friday and Tremendous Animal Tho Greatest Jungle Pictureever Produced Agnes Starlands charming IroJ icr Celebraf ion Wyoming Atlackcrtfoy a Lion OPEN THIS WEEK 10 to 12 to ff RlUSiCANDDRAMA Conducted by FIDELIO r SPECIAL TONIGHT SHERMAN PRESENTS MISS CONSTANCE CRAWLEY Cast London Including ART1IUK MAUDE In a repertoire of English The management offers this at traction lyith personal guarantee of its superior excellence Prices 75 Gallery SEATS ON SALE AT GEORGES NARROW ESCAPE George bul narrow escape serious accident while motoring in Lancashire At a sharp urn in the road UK Royal cur came directly upon um1 smash aecnied the driv er of other car turned sharply into si Fortun ately its occupants were not CALGARY MANS AWFUL DEATH to alight from tlie eastboumi Soo Seattle while In last a thought to he ilichaei of had both legs He died a few minutes INDIANS LONDON WITH CLAIMS is under stood that of the Interior who has been visiting British Columbia will advise that Jndians of this who declare that they have been treated badly in connection with which they once be allowed to present their claims to the Indians claim thay ought to be al owed liberally for the great domain taken up by the whites through rail way building throughout the n Vancouver City there is a reserve on which seven Indians are hold ing the fortduring such times as they ire not away They 0 worth approximately four million they think that if he land is sold they ought to get this The British Columbia gov Tnment thinks the Indians are en itled to dollars each nd that the remainderot the cash should go to the The Marriage of Kitty lu snlUj of the fact that Ihero re appeared uL the uMuJusita Theatro lust evening a really excellent company of clever people htiaded by Miss Con stance Crawluy und Arthur tlie audienuo which asscinbled to sea the opening bill Tlie Marriage of was HO small lhat it was noth ing short of a sluunu and absolutely unworthy of a city like This old tale of Give us good plays and we will is oh vioiiBly Those who have seen Orawley her II they know anything at nil of histrionic art cannot but admitthat the work of the present company is far above the average seen in this It Is a distressing thing to go to the theatre here night after night and witness a mere handful of puoiile on hand to a a good If it were some bush acting company playing blood and thunder plays of the James type the theatre would be better or tiio sake of the higher ant more refined class of plays one would strongly urge the theatregoers of this city to go and sec Miss Crawley and her line The Marriage of Kit ty IB entertaining possibly somewhat burlesqued here and in spite 01 lhat J Miss Crawley and Maude in their respective parts reveal their ability find versatility in unmistakable play was produced here some lime ygo by the same repeated their success on this occa The production will be repeated this evening and it is to by sincerely hoped that tlie audience will be a larger Encourage a first class acting organization if you wish to improve theatrical conditions in this Big Features at Starfand That Stsirland is well to the front in the matter of presenting real fea is amply verified by tlie fact that two of the greatest film prodtic tionsof recent years willbe offered with each days program for the bal autie of the Tomorrow am the Immeuse The Indian Frontier Cele bration at willbe These films reproduce in vivid manner nil the actual excite ment of the cowboy and Indian gather and constitute a real On Friday and Saturday that tremendous animal picture Attacked by a will be Those who were for tunate enough to see this startling production some time will most assuredly be on hand again to witness it for the last for it is undoubted ly he most exciting and thrilling jungle feature ever This film has been secured by at a large and will be offered as an extra exhibition CLARKE The Ladies Store Phone 453 Block New Fall Goods Now On Display To Interest Fair Week Shoppers Special early showing of newest dress goods ami millinery Xovclty and exdusimiess features of the athermo and yon need go no lurther in your search of model fahrJes of the The New Millinery to This first showing in cludes mostly the med ium priced stylus ihai you require for early Htreet wear with youi now suit coat and while the range is not as yet youll find a splendid and most varied trimmed particularly for the ncods or Leth bridge people by our ex pert milliners now in the eastern fashion cen ters where the latest imported uiedels are on The New Suits to Tweeds in medium anddark col and serges and whipcords in navys and lovely showing to choose from In some oC the very btat styles and values ever Coats nil silk skirts mostly one piece frond with high waist The New Skirts to Tweeds and worsteds in medium and dark colors and serges cheviots in imvys and very large collection of various styles to choose all repres enting remarkable values at the The New Coals to Plain cloths fn navy and are In hut the spec ial features of this big display are the lovely garments of reversible blannet shown in a most com prehensive variety of styles and combination sizes from S years to The New Waists to From the most inexpensive to the highest this display of fers the very best values ever shown by this store in linens and lingerie styles us well at the new tailored and fancy LOVELY NEW DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS Even though you are not ready to buy an of showing would be moat i KILLED THE ILLICIT ELEPHANT POACHER American was Virtually an Uncrowned King in the Jungles Central Soldiers Took his Life DELIBERATE ACT OF HEBREW GIRL DIPPED MATCHES IN WATER AND THEN DRANK THE SOLU TION down by British soldiers in the depths jun gles inCentral where or years in defiance of all authority he has pursued bhe of an ele phant poacher and illicit ivory trad James Ward an Ameri is was shot down by a little force of troops which had been sent into the wilderness in with orders not to return without the outlaw dead or News of Rogers death came form ed deliberation in her method of com nitting After dipping the ends of matches in a basin of lie drank and when found several hours was great agony TALKING THROUGH HIS HAT suggested arrest of Bonai1 Law is bombastic non and Churchill is talking through his said the Right Walter Hume Jl for tho Strand division of and ex Chief Secretary for now on a his family to in the course of an Interview this morn LAUDERS WIFE IN SASKATCHEWAN Not since the Henry the jungles in and found has such a tale of trials and dangers ner waJ where she will Harry wife of the famous Scottish was in the city yesterday come out of For the purpose of tracking the ouir law the English commander was giv en a noncommissioned subordinate and six Soudanese His in structions were not to return until the outlaw was The denouement of the jungle drama came three months The pursuers then visit her who has a large farm in the MONK COMING WEST NEXT SEPTEMBER B has received word that Hon F D Monk will leave Ottawa for coast on September HOIL George Foster will come in Febru eu route to a mis sion to establish closer trade rela STAY IN ENGLAND UNTIL PARLIAMENT OPENS Bordea returns here from the north So has madeno arrangements for his return to and it is expected that lie will stay here until the opening of Dominion parliament minister oC and Admiral sail Wednesday on the Royal ally today to the British Colonial Office from Captain in ajspecter of Mongalla who tVinnipeg Hebrew aged show commanded the Although told in an official the story revealed one of the most dramatic j he had crossed in colpnial into the Belgian For years Rogers had carried on his lawless which popular opin for the bad spent weeks plunging through the Single that almost defied Rogers leading them through the lensest forests and across leep Refore the outlaw was the Nile She refused lo take credited with netting him and had to be forced to submit The remote regions along to the stomach She drank the poison on Sunday and died at the Boniface Hospital No reason is known for Ladoenclave and Congo boundaries were the scenes of Captain Foxs report that in led Creeping up the Uganda hank of thi Nile the expedition pushed forward for six weeks heiore the quarry The last J3 hours of the pursuit i was particularly The chase i Get Your Lunch the menu service and prices You can get good square cooked to the Kings taste at Coaldale Restaurant Coaldale 5th Chop Noodles and other special No long Open Day and Night A At Big Reductions A properly kitchen is just as ijnpovl BS the jiicc tbijigs in the parlor andthey cost a lot they make house work a pleasure Instead butthey make everything liiste better and so add to enjoyment of everv member of tiiofamily three times a We have tin ware and granite ware for the All are new goods and many are recent Inventioni that save time antf lo better The entire itock isoffered at a big discount at our enamel ware sale Gray The Best Hardware House GETS JOB AT REGINA Par bnrrlsfer of has been pointed Mftster in Chambers R duties to commence on So tember the girlslnis long Rogers liart taljlislied an organized administration over the wild eountrv and CARLOS BATES United States Forest Den Chairman of Section on Ag ricultural Forestry of the Seventh In ternational DryFarming to be held hwo in October among the natives was a uncrowned over a mountain with Rogers men only a short distance in advance and ae times shots were exchanged 1 Eventually the outlaw was found lv in a hut ami closed his life dra PUT UP PRICE OF TWINE order to some extent to cope with the demand for binder twine which is inundating deal ers in unprecedented and whcli has already practically depleted the International Harvester this point have brought in seven carloads of twine by express from the additional cost in curred increasing the price to the Earmer one cent a Toasted sandwiches are very good especially on a cool VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR AND WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRESENT OF A USE FUL HOUSEHOLD Ellison Milling Company REFUSED TO ACCM INFANT GRANDMOTHER CARRIED NEW BORN BABE FROM INSTITU TION TO INSTITUTION inquest was opened lonight upon the body of an j infant which died today under unusu jai It was born short jly after midnight in tie mother being an unmarried girl nanicd Kllcn I she on the sugges tion of Ihe attending Hannah grandmother of the brought it to Toronto imme diately after reaching here about six oclock this She took its lirsl lo hospital and Mien to the House of but both institutions re fused lo receive then took it to Vincents Infants where ft was found to be dy ing and expired in a short The inquest was adjourned to se cure Ihe attendance from to ilirowfurther light on the I TEN TS Sx 10 Wall 10 Ooinpletc with 8 x 12 Walt Tents Complete with 10 x 12 Wall 10 Complete with We make Wagon Covers and Awnings on the shortest notice and carry On inp and Stockmens Bed Alberta Saddlery ;