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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 21, UH2, f HE LETHBRIDGI! ITERATE Page 11 FRIDAY ATTACKED BY A LION V'v: FRIDA ATTACKE tf GREAT vTODAY- IpENSE Features--5 COWBOY AND INDIAN FKONTIKUJ CELEBKA'I' WHOOPEE Rough Riding Excitement WON.BYAFISH "-ons, Lingering.L A DEVOTION ;3EVENBAKS O'F GOLD arTd Exciting'Climaxes. A BRAVE lIUNTEli: Rushlna i hng uotnedy >-NIGHT W. B.' SHERMAN PRESENTS MISS CONSTANCE CRAWLEY and her company of English players, Including Mr. Arthur Maude, in (Let dqlighttul French comed.C pcrs'pnally' guaraijtjiefl ma'nagenjent to an attraction oRexdeiJtiojial merlt.A: i-.. I.. i' PRICE'S 76c, son. SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S m Temple ?m 'At 8 p.m. Speaker: J. H. Wilkinson President British Columbia Federation of Labor. for Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. AMWelcome Ladies Invited 'At the Majestic The ''audleiicfi that took the oppor- tunity'of seeing Miss Craivley and her capable company last eveni-ng appre- ciated to .tho their full satisfaction and the offeringi presented is to be hoped -that the management will have the, satisfaction of -seeing the house full to'tapacity-for'the rest of the -Miss- Crawley and Mr. Arthnri Maude are surrounded by.on exccllen cast and are furnishing performance that are easily .the best ever given i; our city. The offering tonight is, "D: a French' comedy that bub bles over with rich humor and creat ed such a sensation when played ii London, and New York by that tal euted 'English actress, Miss Gract George. of both these clt ies were eulogistic in their comments fiiis attending the Big Fair At' ba sure and visit our .the largest nivd most complete pi- anos, player pianos and organs a n d Victor .Gramophones in Southern Alberta- ,A In Used and Sliop Worn Hoods: FOUR PIANOS, In good condition, and .up. TWO PLAYER' PIANOS, 'good condition, J500.00 and up', FIVE ORGANS, hand, and up. 100 ROLLS OF PLAYER MUSIC at half Mason Risch FACTORY BRANCH, New Dominion Block. Rhone 79 EXPERT PLANO TUNINCi GEN. BOOTH'S SON LIKELY i TO BE NEW ARMY LEADER Death of the Great Salva- tionist Brings Tributes to his Service to Hum-f Last Words A Remarkable Career London, Aug. the last words, of. General Booth, were uttered Just .he sclousneas, .prom- ises and, speaking with dif- ficulty said: sure, they are .'.sure, If you only belfcve It obKeqiiles will include the h jug ju for ilOs at Hall Ghipton v-hicli wJll be follow ed, oy a big mfiinurlEil service aud i'i roc ess ion f Lo-ndon Bramwell Bootli, on being od this afternoon while under the fear that the evangelist's end was approach- ng, said. Tho General is quite free from pain, jut in the lust few days he lias bad1 increasing difficulty in articulation and s unable to uxproas himself clearl> iVe have received messages of aym jathy from all over the world, showin .he very great affection, manifesto .owards him." Col. Hitching said that up to Satur day, General Booth showed sollcitud or the work of the Army. He ed about the progress being made I: America anti in India, and especiall; ibout the welfare of the offlcer'sent t China to report on the possibility o :ouiinencing work (here Passed Peacefully Away "We had not expected the end quit: o Col: Kitchiug continued The General very peacefully an- ;uietly without the slightest struggle lis breathing simply became less am until it ceased altogether. lil-nk the qneration may have acceler ted but 1 do not believe ms the cause of his demise. I think erhaps the disappointment follow ng the non-return of the General's ight was a greater strain on him than operation itself. He was verj uoyant and three weeks ago a decld d change for the worse occurred .fter that time he gradually, sank, "When General Booth said, froir me to time, that when the wires ashed round the world the news of is death, they would also cauj the ame of his Col. Kltching dded. "He spoke metaphorically 'he- announcement of his successoi rob'abiy will be made in a' day The General and Commander-ip, of the Salvation Army, passed way at ten thirteen o'clock last night .Unconscious Hours He was born at Nottingham in 1S29. ho veteran Salvation Array lender unconscious Eor -IS hours pre- ous to his death The medical bul- tins had not revealed the serious- ess of the General's condition, which r a week past, it is siow admitted, as hopeless. Twelve weeks ago Gereral Booth ndenvent an operation for the re- oval of a cataract in his left eye. or two days after ;he operation, in- cations justified the hope of the recovery. Then, however, ptic poisoning set iu and from that me with the exception of rallies, the itieut's health steadily declined, he General recognized that (lie end aa near and often spoke of his work being finished. Throughtout the Qammander-ili- Ohief's illness, his son, F.ramwell Booth and Mrs. Bramwcll Booth, gave their unremitting attentions to him. both night and dny. The agecl.evan- ge.'st died at his residence, the Rook: sto-a, Headiey Wood, some eight miles from London, where hs has con- tlned to his bed ever since the opera- tions. Present at the bedside when the end came were Mr, and I'rs. Bram- Booth and their daughter nnd son, Adjutant Catherinn Booth ;and Bernard Booth, tho Geaieral's yoiing psr. daughter. Commissioner Mrs Booth-IIelberd and Commissioner How ard, Colonel ICitchiny; and Dr. Son Likely Successor Public interest now centres in the diiestion of- the successor to the late commander. Under the constitution of the Salvation Army, tho General nominates his successor. That Gen. Booth did several years ago, placing the name in a sealed envelope, which was deposited with the Salvation though some would afiy, narrow Intel- ligence which hlin from a pos- ition of friendless bbschrity to be the head of an organization yielding obed- ience scarcely less complete than the Catholic church yields to tho Poir- The Career of .the General General Booth was horn in Notting- ham, April 10, 1829. He married in lt'55, Catherine Muiuford, whoso name is hold in everlasting remombranct tho "mother of the Salvation Army.' The .future leader of the- army wab corivorted at tho' age of sixteen and a o-nce became an active worker among st tho MethodMs. He entered the Methodist New Connexion ministry in and-resigned .in to work as an evangelist amongst the outcast. He establisi'.od in the cast "of London tho Christian Mis slon, which in became the Sal' vafcion Army. Today tho Army Is spread throughout the world and Its members are numljcrec! in the lioun dredu of thousands. In every land the Army has its rescue homes, emigra- ;ion schemes, prison gate work. Bureaus, children's homes, .maternity luraes and other 'institutions and plan: for uplifting the "fallen and unfor- :unate. Ridlcuiled-at the beginning of .he Move'iiunl Geucral Boothizi later years .was recognized, throughout the world as one of the great men of the century so much so that a few years ago the great University 6f Oxford honored him with: tho' degree of D. C. L. In'1890 the General issued a book "In Darkest England and the way out" and it created a sensation at the time The General, had travelled all .over the civilized''world.and had been ra- cflived'by Iho'monafcb.s of msny land. Pleading Soprano at Sta'Hand Miss ABnes Errol a charming little lady, made her initial' bow to a Leth- bridge audience at Slarland last even- arid scored1'a most' declared tri- umph. Miss Efrol '_is the possessor" of a magnificent s'opratfo voice, with an exceptiODal her rendering 'of 'A Garland of Old'Fashioned Roses, being all that could7 be" desired. Miss Errol "comes to -Letlibrltlge after series of very successful ''engagements in tho larger cities of the east and her appearanc'e here will' undoubtedly b- more than welconle PRIZEWINNERS In Sonic o'f the Poultry Classes at the big Leth- bridge Fair 'yjark llrahiha' Hoyt; .2, Harrington Hark lirahnia and 2j Warrington J Warrington le'tr-1, Warrlngton Hoyfc; 2, W'arrington Light _ Brainna Iloyt; Boldfcraon -Light Brahma Iloyt 2, Light IJ.rauimi. 2, King: Cochin Hoyt; Bull Cochin Hoyt; Partridge Coch- in Hoyt; Patridgo Cochin Brahma cock- Dark Brahma pul- Ien-l, .I-Ioyt. Black Langshan Hoyt 2, Black Langshan Warrington; 2, J. R. Riric; Black Lnngshan Warringlon 2, Ririe Black Langshan War- rington .2, Hirie. {'White I.cghijtn cock 1, Vloyt J White 2, W'ar- rhigtori. Dorking Wurington; 2. Dorking lien, 1 and 2, Hoyl; forking Benton; 2, Hoyt; Dorking and 2, lienton. P. Ashcroft; 2, .1. F. McjDougall Bui! Orpington 13. Wyall 2; Ashcroft 3, McDougall; Bud 'Orpington 3 I lay aid Bult }Vpingion Haywood 2, Ri- le 3, Warrington. lilnek- C-irpinttfln Warring. .on White Orjijligtoh Warring- ou 2 ,11 jrtheelei Vilule Orp: nfclon ton 2 Stone; viiti, and '2, Vlieul'ey 'White .Orpingcbn and 2, .Wheelev Houdan 2. P.'Jones; Houdan Jones Hou- dan .Jones 2. Hill Hou- dan Hill 2, Jones. Barred'Plymouth Hock Jos. BENfjWED Against So Surgical Op- HowMri; Betbune and Mrs. Moore Escaped. Sikeston Mo 'ered everything _ t those times, Eor en years I suf I Was in bed for four or five days tune ery month and so I could' hardly walk I Humped aid hacl 'and was so-nervous and weak '.that I dreaded to see anyone or have any- onemoveintheroom. The doctors gave me medicine to ease me said that T ought to ave an'operation.' J would not listen to Array's lawyers, with the instruction's that it should not be opened until afterjiis death. While aonocly knows what name the envelope encloses, the general belief among the Salvation Army la. that the name will, prove to he that of Bramweli Booth, for thirty years its cliiet of staff. Where Gen. Booth will be buried has not yet been decided. While every English member of tho Salvation Army is convinced that no man was more worthy of interment in Weatmiu ter Abbey, it is not expected that :he honor will be accorded to General Booth by the Abbey authorities. It Is the general belief that the Comman- der-in-chief's last rusting place be along aide that of his wife, who 21 years ago was burled In Abney Park Stoke, Newington, London. The Times' Tribute The London morning newspapers pay eloijneiit tributes of sympathy to the lute Salvation Army leader. They regard him as the greatest aposth and evangelist of the ago, and com- pare him with John Wesley and Mar- tin The Times in an editorial says: "The deafh of General Booth closes a strong character, one of the mosc re- ir.iirkablc our age will set the world meditating on that fervent and forceful character, tho keon, iat, and when a friend of my husband old him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- tflblcCompoundiandiwhat it had done or his wife, I was willing to take it. I look the picture.of health and feel" ke I can dp my own 6e Aiy garden, aiid milk'a cow; I can htertain company and enjoy Hhem.1 I in visit when I choose, and walk as far 3 any ordinary wgman, siiy day in the ionth. I wish I could talk to every suffering woman and DEMA BETHUNE, Sikeston, Mo. have taken Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound', for a very bad- case of female trouble and it made me a well woman. My iwaHh was ill doctors said I must have an operation, and I was rft'ady to goto the but dreaded it so that I began taking1 your Compound. along so well that I gaya up tho iipctors and was saved from the opera- CHARLES MOORE, R. R Sfo. 3, MurrayvilJe, III. Losey Barred Rock Thomp- Thompson E. son Barred Rock D. I Uariington 3 Cook; Hirred HocK J Rine 2, W. 'Hobertson Warrington. Exhibition Exhibition THE GOURLAY PIANO A cordial invitation given i purchasers and clients to the booth, by the Manager MR. ROBERT IBEY Exhibition Exhibition Enimcrson-; I.cglioni Seaior 2 and 3, Warrington. U. C fflutt War- rington 2, JIovl, LcghoiiT Hoyt 2, Johnston Bros Lcjhorn llojt, Leghorn and 2. Hoyt. S. 0. llrown Phmouth Rock G. rington Leehorn Warrington, J 1 ckstorm 2 Look White Roekitcghorn Hoyt 2, W C' hen 1 and 2 W 0 'tone Hoj t, Hock and 2, Fred Senior; 3 Norman White Kock Stone 2 Carter Partridge Plymouth Rock ccct Leghorn R. C. Brown' War- 1 ROCK 1 and 2, Warrington. rington 2, 'I Warrington Silver Warrington Wiandottc hen 1, Silver cock- Warringlon 2 Whelen f Siher Warriugton-, 2, Whelen. JEOERFREMDE Sollte die Gelegenheit, die die Festwoche bietet, benutzen.. Manchet1 ist aber ausaerstande es zu tun, weil er die Sprache and die ihm fremde Gcschaftsart hier nicht kennt. Auskunft vvird jeder- mann kostenloi u n d freundlich erteilt. Schriftlich Box 202 Mundlich 412 5th St. S. Golilen -Laced'Wyandotte I. H. Emmer'son, city Bult Wvamlotto Balsdon and Thomson 2, Losey Buff and 2, iBalstlon and Thomson Bull Loses-. Partridge Wyandotle cock 1, J. Thomson Partridge J. Thom- son Partridge .J. Thomson Partridge J, Thomson; Partridge J. Thomson. ivl 6; -WjjandoitB. S. Wyandotte J. War- rington Wyaudotte and 2, Jones. single comb cock J. Warrington 2, Cook Rhode Island Warrington 2, Cook Rhode Island S. 2, Warring ton Rhode Island 1, llninvoort'; 2, Warrington. Rhode Island Red R. C. cock-1, and Thoinspn 2, Hoyt Rhode. Island 2 aud 3, Bals- don and -Thomson Rhode Island cock-: and 2, Haywood Rhode Jslandj Red Haywood Z1 Iloyt. Game Black red and 2, War- rington Claine Black Red and 2, Warrington. Game Pylc Hoyt-; Game Hbyli; 'Game Hoyt. Guinc Uuckwing Warrington. Minorca S. U. Black A. Graham; Minorca Graham; 3, Warrington Minorca W. R. Pirtue 3, ,Jones Minorca Pirtue; 2, Warrinoton, Minorca Black R. .0. S. G. Shedn'cip; Minorca II. King; Shcdden ;'Minorca Shed den 2, King; Minorca Shcddeu 2, King. Minorca White Warringlon; Minorca hon-J, ,Iloyt 2, Warring- Minorca Hoyt; 2, Warrington Minorca Iloyt. Spanish Warrington 2, loyt; Spanish and 2, War- ringlon Spanish Hoyt; Spanish and 2, Warringlon.1 Ah-Jsl'jslSa r.r.d 2, Warrin; ton Andalusian and rington Andalusian .War- rington Andalusian ton; Leghorn s. G..'While King; Johnston liros.; Leghorn hen, 1, Kmmcrson'; 2, .lohnstdn Urns'.; horli 'and' 3, Hoi t 2, JoriE Warrington horn and 3, Leghorn 5 Leghorn cock- Leg- Jones, Leghorn Buff Warringtom; Leghorn and 2, Warrington. Leghorn Black Warrington; 2, Hoyt Leghom hen 1 and 2, Hoyt Leghorn and 2, Hayuood, Leghorn HoyV, 2, Thomson. lllick Warring- ton 2, Hoyl, Hamburg and 3, llojt, ,IIamliurg War- rmgton 3, ILojt, Ilaiuhurg 2, Ilovt Hamhurg Pencilled cock 1, War- ruigton 2, Ilovt, Il.trnburg Warringtoni; 2, Ilanmurg Soangleil War- rington 2, Jones 'Hamburg llojt, 3, Emraersou Hamburg cock and 2, Jones Hamhurg pullet A. Xrten 2, Jfones CATHOLW PRELATE PEAD Buffalo, Aug. J Rev. James Lanigan, T1D, monsigner and domestic prelate, attached, household ot the (PopR, and rector of St. Bridget's Koirten Catholic Churcli, of this city, died TENTS 8 x 10 oz. Complete Comploie'witli polos. v 10 x 12 Wall Tents, JO oz.............. Complete with poles. We make Tarpaulins, Wagon Covers and Awnings on (lie shortest notice and carry Camp Cots, and Slockmcii's Bed Sheets. Alberta Saddlery Company, Ltd. PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If j'iMi buy your Waii Papers from file JKcvlo Co., it's the answer. Samples and Estimates furnished The Revlo Co. Painters anci Decorators 1260 3rd Avtnua ;