Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTTF, DAILY HERALD AUTOMOB Cjf We wish to call the attention of Visitors to the Fair that we have on hand a full line of the famous- And will be pleased to give a demonstration to the prospective buyers. fljfWe invite you to call and examine our Garage and repair shop. Also the full line of Accessories we have hand. Anticipating a h ;avy demand we have put in a very large stock of tires and tubes in all sizes and do not forget that all tires purchased from us are placed on your car FREE OF CHARGE. The 1912 spwificatiiius for the E. .M. F. 30 ami Overland lines have 'arrived, and this lileralui'e'Vim be had for the asking at either the ganige or on the Fair 0! rounds. AND OILS A large supply of gasoline and oils ahvays on hand. We are not overlooking that we think will be necessary to the eoml'orl of anloniohilists. MAKE OUR GARAGE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Prompt attention given to orders for accessories received by wire or mail. Electric vuleaimii-g a specialty. Western Auto Company 311 llth ST. SOUTH PHONE 1434 PREPAREO HIS OWN FUNERAL New Philadelphia, Ohio., Aug. A man who prepared his own fun- eral was A', fi. Howeli, 65 years of age, who dl-sd here today. A few hbun before his death he rose from his sick 'bed, bought his cotftu, nam- ed his pall 'bearers, and selected the text of his funeral service. (lieu returned to bed and died shortly at- terwards MILLIONAIRE Camps in i Tent Rather Than Sleep What He Calls a "Stuffy" Hotel Rocm AMERICAN GUNBOAT COALING UP AT MONTREAL Montreal, Aug. United States gunboat. NnshviiJo. shorn of her OVERLAND MODEL 5! WITH FORE DOORS TRAINS Provide Adequate Service to the Exhibition Grounds During fair week excellent (ra im- portation facilities will hi .provided lor visitors at tho fair grounds. Tho A. R. and 1. have taken the matter In Imiid and have in-ranged every de- tail in a .jnovt satisfactory in..-..... itirordtng, best possible'means Of reaching tlio grounds, and returning at any time of the day. The schedule has already boon arranged, and a sulli- clent supply of coaches .provided to accommodate the very large' crowds that are expected to take advantage of this method of reaching tlio. grounds. During tho last three days of the Fair practically n half hour ser vice both ways ja being put on. Th-s schedule for the four days is as fol- lows; 10.30, 1.00, 3.- W, 5.CO and u.oo. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday- i'-OO, 10.30, 12.00, LOO, 'l.30, 2.00, IViO, Monday, August 21, XHEATRJCAL -i.oo. i.so, 5.00, 5.BO, c.oo, 7.00, S.OO and 11.30. 'rhe run to the grounds is made in aoout ten minutes. The British Born The British Born .Stratford Beacon) U appears that thousands of copies of an anti-reciprocity pamphlet arc being sent out by the British Can- dian branch of the Anti-reciprocity eague, in which stress is laid upon the necessity of preserving British connection, and this is to be done by voting for Mr.. U Borden and against reciprocity. There is a story told Mr. Bordens' Lloydminster, which is largely settled by people from the old country, it Slaving' been the cen- tre of the famous Barr colony some years ego. "Iif the- course of his speech there .Urv-G.H. 'Perley quoted i i-lr John .MacdoiialdV 'declaration of 1S9J: "A British subject I was born; a British subject 1 .will die.'" To this British Canadian replied; "That's all" right. 'T .have'always understood that, a man's birth was looked after by his father and mother and that at his death he was looked after by his children. ..What I want is a policy which >wiII look after me between the cradle and the grave and give me a. chance to live. That is tiie duty o fa. and T am going to vote for the' statesman who will make it easier for me 'between the cradle and tho grave." That will be the sentiment of the THE SUNNY SIDE OF BROADWAY Max Bloom, llio famous oomodlan, has (i remarkable rooorri of bril- Hnnt achievements hi fnrco, imistcnl drama and comic opera, will bo won as (ho loiullns character In "The Sunny Side of Dronclwny" which will anpe-.ir at tlio Majestic tonight and tomorrow night. .The book, and lyrics Sunny Wile of Uro'adway" we're written by lloylo Woalfoilt, whose mime has long associated with (Ills lino of work. Tlic lyrics and music are said to bo tile best ever written by Mr. Wool- folk and Include such hits us "Selling "Bcwaro of the Garden of "When It's lialnlng." "Those Uood Old College "Wlmt's Ihu Use of Working, tho Old Man -Rung a and a IKMV one by Boyle I'olk called "Kvery Town'Has a Broad- which bids fair to 'become on of tbe reigning successes of the eon. This play will bo seen at th Majestic, Aug. 21 and 22. KUBELIK CONCERT IN LETHBRIDGE Arrangements have now been com Wet-sd whereby the world's srcatea m-tist, Kubelik, will appear In 'Loth nrldgc on Nov. 21. Frank- Bucklr ham, of Calgary, lias been retained by the New York managers to under ko the, business management. :-Mr. Buckingham, prior to his com- ing to Alberta, was closely associated with this famous artist, and was largely instrumental in engineering several of the triumphs made by this king of violinists in various parts of the world, and he can confidently pre- dlcuthat the Kiibolik concert will Ibo the greatest musical event since Leth- bridge has been a city. Every confidence ia entertained that musical lovers will be liberal in their patronage to en-able-the Kubelik con- c-ert to be a record one, if only to show that the visit is keenly appreciated bv musical circles of Letiibrldge. MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE FAIR WEEK THE MORRISON DUO The .most clever Juvenile Act ever-staged. LE VO and WILDER in n Big Sensational Act. FEET OF SPECIALLY SELECTED MOVING PICTURES T IIE F A 311L Y T II E AT fi E flrtt Curl.ln p.nv majority of'the British born in Can- ada if they get a right 'view on T.heir birth has been looked [after properly which has made it pos- jsibie for them to be here nd they I do not need to worry about their j death. They need a policy which will make itensier for them before 'they die, and that is why they should i votR for Laurier who has doma so 'much for British connection. Insistence upon the right lo tax British goods did not emanate from Laurier, and .when the people who did insist upon it were told that it endangered British connection the reply was: "3o much the worse for British GEORGE SONTAG. THE BULLET RIDDLED BANDIT .George Sontag, one of the most widely known of all western outlaws, recently released from Folsom prison after serving years of a life sen- tence, will give an illiratrated lecture at Starland on the folly of a life of orlme at Starlaml. His First Job "I remember the first job I was said George this morning. "It was at the Western Union Junction near Mil- waukee. The three of us lay In wait J'or the express and holding up the train we got the sum of but I was preparing (o blow up the safes which" contained f 10.000 when we had to make good our escape. There were about three inches of snow on the ground and to cover our track we went for a mile and a half along railway fence, "After that I took part in five othe robberies, getting much loot anil ne er was suspicion thrown on us til after the robbery at Fresno, Cal. Thi ms and resembling more n beautiful pleasure yacht than a erafi war, has arrived in .Montreal, and lies moored i Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. W.M.Left- i canal George Hall makins wicli, millionaire "esidont -of Xas1i-.Coalms Co-'B shotlB- ahe cheaper- m Canada and he has ville, Tenn., camped out, Thursday 1 board tons of coal- Ttui thai preference since and actions that he believes Laurier introduced the prirtciple .of tariff concession to Britain in 1897, It possible to b.uy British COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nunei and Doctors recommend iti UK in aicbiesi or in hcallh. in Do You 7 ursay night in a tqnt by the roadside between i job was carried out on August and it set the whole west, wild It was then that our names came oti and Bob Pinkerton telegraphed fron New York to get the Sontag brother at all costs. By an agreement w stayed apart, but within a few days was caught at Visalla. There wai nothing to be found on me and I stoot pat though I was put through the third degree every day for more than a fortnight. T was then put on tria and sentenced for life." The autobiography of this famous bandit, illustrated with pictures of the actual scenes and people of his nar- rative, including the jnil break -at Kolsom prison. Dates of this startl- ing attraction will -be shortly. THE JUVENILE BOSTONIANS honored a cheque sufficiently large itlou tllat she W0llld no to purchase any hotel in Cleveland loft bellind in Chicago an ibhbrs everything within a hotol. "Stuffy he said. "Give the open air and let those who de- jfl sire occupy, a two-by-four room in ,en dollar a day hotel. Never slept better in my life than last night out uider the stars." Leftwich's automobile is a verltu lie house on wheels. He carries the most complete camping outfit obtain- ble, and never stops at a hotel while touring. GUTTING GRAIN IN PEACE RIVER J'eaco River Crossing, Anjr. Kipe grain has been cut at. Pnaro Hirer Mission here. The steamer re- turned from St. John and the passon- gera ranort grain 'rine there and nf iJunvesatt. Messrs. Hamilton, Moifc- son and Smart who -ire.inspecting tho Hudson's Bay posts through the rJIs- Tici bring tho information. will not be taken on until slifi arrive in Boston. Her sailors, of whom ther IH5, are a heady lot of men. h tor .Morgan is in. command of th iville; he has ten years' ser BREAKS 'WITH PARTY Jiiveniesi, A. MeKchwn, barrfntor, hns his candl- daturo JIB an kidenomlcnf .Liberal. Mr. j HON- JUDGE DOHERTY, who AlcKchen breaks1 his party on a9ain a in 3t. Annvt tho of reptpvocity. Conservative appeals to the British born are based upon'the idea of a preference within the Empire means that Britain shall tax the food of tihe British workingman. Men who were born in Britain know how repugnant that idea is there, and the majority of them will prob- ably come to know before the pre- sent campaign is closed how value a place upon the appeals o Canadian Conservatives to the Britisi born. KING WIRES CONGRATULATIONS London, Aug. George has gone to Scotland for grouse shooting, hut he has been in constant tele- graphic communication with the premier, Mr. Asunith. and had intended to return to Lon- don hnd the strike trouble kept up any longer. When he receiver! the newg that the strike had been settled the King wired his congratulations to the government. Annual Tour of the Famous Organiza- tion to Includs This City Fav- orites Still With the Com- pany New Operettas The last mail" brings advices of the new -season of the famous Juvenile Bostonians. It Is (he eighth annual tour of, the company, and if the ad- vance promises are any indication, the regular engagement in this cit will be a red-letter occasion for Ipca amusement-lovers, especially th children and the grown-ups who en joy a strictly first-class porformanc operetta. The organization is stil under the management cf Cosgrove tnd Lang, and Mrs. E. Lang continue to direct all performances, while .Mr George Bromley presides in the must cal director's box. Tho company will offer four oper ettns this season, Including their las season's success, "The The Rose of a 'tunefu Irish piece, that is new; a sumptuous vival of "Said and a new piece being written and yet unnamed, An entire new equipment of scenery, costumes a nd electrical effects has leeu provided, and the management las engaged a number of new people :o strengthen the company, 'Miss Hose Henry, Miss Doris Can- 'ield, Miss Dixie White, Miss Thorn -lellen, Miss Kate Neil, Miss Ethel Stpddard, and Miss Delay Henry are iiill the delightful principals of this ilevor company. The Juvenile Bostonians have spent even In of the West and Canada, gnd.are about to start the Iffbth year, H will probably to the ant tour. of the old territory for years, as several prominent New York managers have been bidding for the company for an Eastern tour, to in- clude New York city. Miss Rose Henry continues as the leading artiste with the Juvenile Bos- tonians in its eighth annual (our. Miss Henry is probably the yo.ungest lead- ing woman on the stage. Her clever- ness has attracted attention of Broadway managers, who tried to get her name to a contract for this season but she preferred another year under Mrs. Lang's instruction. The Juvenile Bostonians is an or- ganization of twenty clever young girls, the youngest only They have the charm of youth and the tal- ent of years of experience, for many of them have been with the company for the eight years of its existence. Four operettas will comprise the re- pertoire of the Juvenile Bostduinns this season. The four will .be "The a gipsy piece, with good comedy; "Tbe Rose of a typical tuneful lige opera of Ireland; 'Said that ever popular comic opera of the Orient, and the fourth yet o be announced. NOW ENOW That I, EliasAdaiM, by virtue of the in me vested as Mayor of the City of lethbridge, do hereby declare Thursday, the 24th day of Augnt, A. D., 1911, from the hour of twelve o'clock noon, a Civic Holiday, and here- liy call on all good'citi- zens to observe the same. ELI AS ADAMS, Mayor. QUEBEC M. P. DEAD St. Hyacinthe, Quo., Aug. death-occurred at St. Hyacinthe on Saturday of Aime M. Beaupnrtlant, M. P., in the late House of Commons or Ste. Hyacinthe. Mr. Beauparttant born at St. Aime, Richelieu cotin- yj in January, 186-1, and was the son f Oliver Beaupartlant, formerly of t. Ann, now of Call River, Mass., nd Louise Beaudreau. STETTLER MAN SUICIDES Stcttler. Aug. received that a has been young man named MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. wheat opened 97 n, closed 99 1-4; Deo open- en 96 3-S, closed 9G 1-4; May opened 101, closed 102 3-8. Oats, Oct. opened 38 3-4. closed 39; Dec. opened 38 3-S closed 3S 5-S. Flax, Oct. opemd 195' closed 136. Wlnnlptj Ciih Prlceg Wheat closed: 1 Northern HI Wj 2 Northern 100 1-4; 3 Nor. 97 3-4; No. 4, 91 1-4; No. 5, 81; No. 76; Feed 62 1-2; Oats No. 1 C. W, 38 1-2; No 2 C. W., 36 1-2; Ex. 1'Feed 36 3-4; No.' 1 Feed 35 3-4; 2 Feed 38; Bartey, No. S, 62; No. 4, 54; Flax, No. 2 C.W. American opened lot t-2, closed 1.04 1-S; Deo, opened 10S 3-4, closed 106; May opened 107 1-4, closed ed JOS 1-4. opened 90 1-2, closed HI; Dec. opened 94 7-S, closed 95 5-S; May opened 100, closed 101 3-S. Harry Livingston, aged 29, resldine on a homestead with hie Halph at Big Valley, had shot him- self with a. 32 calibre Winchester 19- peater. Coroner Chatham of Inirg went rtnwn and obtained pnilie- ulars. but no inquest was de-jmod necessary, the deceased had been somewhat despondent. MEAT MARKET UNSETTLED Liverpool, Aug. Rogers and Co. report today that the meat; market in Birkenh-aad is very unset- tled 'but with every prospect of lafnor troubles being smoothed over. Th-3re-' was a fair amount of business sacted, 'both States and Canadian steers made from 12 1-2 to 13 corts 'per pound. 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