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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Aug. 2fi, 101T. THE fcHTTIBBIPCB DAILY TIRRALT> THMTRICAL tUREKA THEATRE i HAS BEEN LEASED II Morris, manager of the Eiirolm theatre, -announces that ho has leas- ed the thratri) to Johnson nros., and that lliese gentlemen will tune charge of the house on September I. III an Interview wlllr the Herald, Mr. -Morris made tile following state- ment: In order to seU'a very much iisedcd rust, I have leased the Bur elta to Johnson lirou., for one month, commencing Sept. 1st. Johnson Bros, win during that month have complete charge of the theatre, and will put Uhual moving picture show. I will not open 'the old Buroka theatre again but on the night of September lith when Johnson Bros. lease expires old Eureka will go out of exist- ence entirely. On Oct. 1st I will open my new theatre which will bc. In fact there will be nothing lack- ing to make It first class in every respect. J navy made arrangements with niy booking agent lo give me tho very best, class of attractions and can positively promise that when I open Lethbridge theatre goers will agree .with mo that the attractions are above expectations. I have also se- .cured the very best moving picture j nervine. _The pictures that" will be in ffio new house .will be brand new and I'will have, them for prcsen- lor tho first time in Canada! Mr. Morris nlsd takes this oppor- tunity of thanking his patrons for their loyally. He wauls lo assure i that: lie appreciates it ai'd .thai he feels sure that he is show his appreciation -by putting up -.this new .and handsome phiyh-r.isc, where lie has plenty of room to act that may come along. Mr. .svlorris also wants it- understood that during the lease of the house to John- son llros. he IK positively not rasu-jn- elble for anything. Bros complete charge of the and ai-e responsible for all bills dur- thai monlh. I I To-day the Circulation Wise Advertisers are asking the newspapers, "What are we paying you for." It is a privileged question. Advertisers pay the Herald for a guaranteed circula- tion of over 5 OOP copies daily NORDICA IN TORONTO HAVERGAL COLLEGE WINNIPEG A Residential and Day Schpol f or Cjrjs WITH KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT- Large modern buildings with fine assembly hall studio and gymnasium grounds providing tennis courls, baskel ball and hockey -rink. v Special advantages for the study of Music and Art. Full modern curricu- lum with preparation for Jlanitoba Matriculation. E. L.L.A., St. Andrews, Scotland, a largo resident and visiting'staff. Calendar containing full information, apply lo Hie Bursar SCHOOL RE-OPENS ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, 1911., Many great arlists have appeared .In Toronto and mosl .of them have met with hearty- but. it etsnds close to .the credit of Mine Gillian Nordica for all time up to' in the musical history of that city to -be engaged for two consecu- tive nights (Feb. 20 and 21 of the year) in Massey Hall, tho .-largest Canada, and as; Relldentiil School -for Boys Healthy situ- ation. Fireproof Extensive play grounds, large gymnasium, anc skating rinks climax to this, "the fact that' single seat 'remained unsold concert, in- fact on the second night hundreds were unable to gain .'HClmiSolon.' 'Katherine Hale, the brll- Jiant, writer, comments on the Nqrdica concerts in. Toronto in the Canadian Century Magazine as follows: "Lil- lian" Nordica is one of the women who caught and carried the world's Heart with her on the strong wings of her song. The other evening, in a hall; she came so thaUbody voice so big and so untouched by. tnadows, so full of the sun. She is Just a big radiant rose of all the crowded Canadian 'trailing, that head so gracious, (hat mellow and clear, Trini t y Ga liege. S c h o o 1 _- _ _ siraim Qnt etc. Boys prepared for the Universities, Royal Military College and business. Special attention given to younger noys. Next term begins Sept. 13. New boys must report Sent. 12. calendar and all information ap- ply Co the Head Master. Rev. OSWALP RIGSY, M.A. (Cam- LL.D.V Port Hope, V6nt.' SERVICES: St. AugiiBtln't'X The H. Speko will preacii both at Matins and Evensong at St. Church on Sunday, Wednesday- night at S Pastor al home, 403-19th. St. X., every Mon- day evening... Church of Jesui Christ of Latter Day School 10.30 a.m. at Knights of Pythias Hall, Fifth St. VAST AREAS OF TIMBER BURNED Pulpwood to Value of Two Millions Destroyed in Newfoundland St. Johns. N. p.. AUK. fire yesterday approached lo within half a inilo or the 'Albert 13. Reed Company I'ulp and Paper mills at Hishops Kails, and the mills were only saved from being wined hy tho wind Ins utter sunset and veering lo the west. The fire was carried by the change of the wind to the south bank of the Explola river, (Hissing 'vilhln a few hundred yards of the mills. It is still burning furiously along the south bank of the river opposite the lilant from ivhicll It la separated only by a quarter of a mile of water. A change of the wind to a sonth, or southeasterly point, will again place the plant in IJio fire and Imperil Is safety. !t will ,lot uc regarded is out of danger until the fire is ex- tinguished, which will require a lownpour of rain for at least twenty- onr hours. It is estimated that two million dol- are worth of pulrj wood standing and stocked, has been destroyed al- ready, besides many thousands of mill logs and railway ties. No loss of life is reported, and only a few minor Page 5 II LUMBER! BUILDING SUPPLIES We Are The People Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. Yards Westminster Road and C.P.R. Office Acadia Block 423 Three Phones 323 523 HAD SCRAP IN POLICE CELLS accidents have resulted Urns far. SUPT. WILSON-BACK Supt. .7. O. Wilson of the "K" di- of the mounted Police, return- ternoon from his .homo at unt., where he has ueen spending the vacation under the parental roof. world, this Nordica of ours! and no which- I: .other singer approaches her in'living lenrd should give, the greatest scope to'-hc'r'vyoilderfufi powers mniuion, ,and is said to be tn'eTfiii'eat evening's entertainment in her entire repertoire. The Y. M. C. A. is to he congrat- ulated in having secured splendid Wesley pastor, Rev.iT. P. Kerry, 'will preach at both services. Morning subject, "Heirs of God." Even- ing topic, "Blunt Tools." Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes at! 3. p.m. Everybody r.cstminster A. A. Ly- tle, the pastis'r, both services. Morning subject, "Christ's nessagci-lo the .church -atx.T'hyatira." Evening s.uhjecl, after vhich the regular fjuarlerly sacramen- al service-will-be, held. Sunday School Bible Clapses at'jS Killed by Explosion of in Costa .Rica New York, A.llg. disptch- es from JJort Limon, Costa Rico, tell of the loss, of ISO. lives in an explosion of a powder magazine at San Jose The a second, dead include liwo'army officers thre'e.': thought when a Magistrate Haci a Busy Session; A Healer Bulled credit lo Chief Oilles- ed to the city this afternoon. Supt. me .and the police department for the "iison has been absent for some filllclent policing of the citv durinz "'e "TOk' motions at Westminster Abbey. PRINCIPAL RETURNS K. P. Stewart, principal of the Cen- publio school, returned.this nf- the city's guests, but his were-of no avail. Thj. morning hs appeared before the magistrate but hlu case was adjourned till Monday, ror further evidence. The matter of his prefixing Doclor to his name will probably be laid before the. medical association as liicy wish to object -to siich Illustrious company in the pro- 'esslou. A Fight In the Cells The cells were full to their eapac- ty.Iast night, and the guests hid1 to double up. .James Bell, one of tha ollowers of the sporting fraternlly in. conneclion wllh the fair, got Into'an altercation with lite pal, W. R Stew- at the Castle hotel, early :ln -tlif taken to preserve law and order, .creating.such a disturbance in tins the police were very success the 'police were called Bell was j'ul. In spite of the large crowds one the cells and., tha (a single accident of a serious nature (Constable went back la get Stewart. I has been reported nor have the two pals were locked up :om-jtosether they renewed the scrap, and lin .the midst of it Bell kicked Stew- ;art in the ear. The fight attracted "or ave any ot i'nporlance been com- mittcd. Of course there were the in lhe car' The f'ght attracted Bang of Jags who look on a holiday iUle attentlon of .some of the more occasion as nothing if it does not of lhe and they call- mil of a glorious bender. The 'or tlle to comi! and stop mcl the vags have been carefully !tlle mel1' that there would be the polic-3. however done- A doctor was called dead include liwo'army officers, three, lans. The esplo carelessness', druggist or dealer asks substitute for DRi FOWLER'S no other singer in our "day and generation ever will and 'tho woman who can sing '.Mighty Lak' ;.a Rose' and the wild cry of the 'Wal- and a primitive Indian love soaj and the within, inn hour, and in this cosmic range re- ,vlve not a song alone, hut a deep ex- perience in the is to live indeed, and to move the world." SI me. Nordloa .will be heard in ion- cert here on Saturday, Oct. 28. crowded house. sure to draw a Count Taksu'ra, preniicr of -Japan, has Gcrmainc, was hnrnctl First Baptist W. ..-A. Levitt, ynstor. 11 a.m. subject, "The to melt lead for the castjng of little im-' ages of the saints, which he sold to eke scanty pay. onjii imo UJ- Llle CalelCSSnCSS VBV. of a soldier who lit a fire with whiclij Wild Strawberry This preparation has been on the market for over 65 years, and so far as we know has never yet failed to either relieve-'or cure the worst case of DIARRHOEA, i DYSENTEHY, COUC, ORAMPS OB PAINS JN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MOK- BUS, CHOLERA. INFANTTJSf, Bell was fined and costs on three dollar fine, Iielpi'ng assalllt -charge. The two men n '_p> Mpeemed. to have made it up before ning mlo court, for according to victim of to swell the funds', of'the city. 4iua, ae AW J UiM i .......n iinue 01 BU.MMER COMPLAINT, OB ANY ot "lcir nt the grounds T mrrn TIFT-II- r, Wei'fi flflKnil nil hafnt-f. t jwere closed up before they had roped 'in many of the wise ones, and the midway was kept free- from those BRYAN NAMES AVAILABLE MEN A.urora, 111., Aug. Jon- lings Bryan, in an interview, listed _-.._....., ho men whom he believes are qiia- Stranger." 12.15 Adult Bible Class: ilitied the Democrats in the (V 'men-1 3 p.m., Sunday School and Bible Class -I Presidential c.....paign. First he men-j J'ttleboj 18 months oldl.was attacked 7.30 "Is God Ancient Hil: Speaker Champ. Clark, and! or. wl h hoea, tory." Pastor Will preach at .both ser- 'Governor Woodruw Wilson, of New j time, day's doses, he vices. Mr T, Jersey. After a second though -hoi was all right, again. My huslinuil was i A Hfakr Up also taken bad The next I Ur. D. J. Russell a day three doses cured him. I always of the ri-iri Te" insistonDr.Fowler'sbeinggivenme." raon ,1 m' V .magnetic healer, was i n obnoxious tion'on the charge artists-bent on separating the people from their hard earned money ;by the liana! con games. Three 01 LOOSENESS OP THE BOWELS. Mrs. A. J. MeLellan, London, Onfe.t writes is with much pleasure I write to say that I have used Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry with great success. Lust summer my f little boy, 8 months old, was attacked ices. Air. Leonard Wilkes will sing at the evening service. All are wel- come. oi-Yamaska, Que., sl- Paul's First the to death when the boat ;bome of Rcv- Grant. 150i) slxl-h Ave. 1, was captain of Vos burned near jgames of chance where tile winner never in evidence. Sergt. Hgan had little trouble with one of the .con men but a little gentle persuasion re- (I in his moving on to the Jersey. After a second though added that Ex-Governor Marshall Indiana arc also available. about Governor Ha: was -asked. "I don't.regard Sir. Harmon as avail- said sir. he N'icolci. 700 MEN MfSS EDNA SUTHERLAND IN "THE BLUE BIRD" FIGHT FOREST FIRES The entertainment s-eason on Tuesday evening, Sept. Jlisa Edna Sutherland, the dis- V "tingilishod Carradlan reader, will pro- .sent Maurice Ma-eterlinck's .piece, "The Bine Bird." under the -auspices of the' y. c. A. in their owis hall. This should prove to he an event of no ordinary Interest, as Aliss Suth-' Is .undoubtedly in the front of Interpretive readers, and the great work in which she Is to be I'ortland, Ore., Aug. Seven Hundred men are fight- ing forest fires south of Pota-' cada, 30 miles south west., of Portland. Crews under assist- ant forester Osborne turned in a call for help to Port- Und Inst nkiht. .Fifty raen were secured'in 20 minutes and placed in a1 special car of the electrical railway, and liur- ried to the iioint threatened by the forest fires. 27, as.the pastor will preach at'War nor. Disciples of persons who have been identified with the Dis- ciples of Chrisl elsewhere, are inviied lo me_cl at Hie home of .Mr. C. S. Par- row, 512 Firth St. south, Sunday Aiig. 23th, at o p.m. First Church of Christ 11. a.m.; Sunday 32.30 p.m., subject, "Christ Jesus." Wednesday evening, Testi- rnonial meeting nt S o'clock. The Rending Room is open to everyone every day from 3 to 5 p.m. All ser- vices are held in Royal Bank block, ,.c musmuni mane' and everyone is cordially invited :to gressional session attend. may be put in ihc same class The Tribune poll showed Marshall and Folk as having strength." When asked what effect, the atti- ludo William Randolph Hearst tak will have On the Democratic pal- Mr. Bryan said: "I would rather n discuss that in a sentence. Jiy viei will appear in the next issue of t Commoner. "II looks as If Tart will bo the H candidaiG, though we ha not had a chance yet to see how tl rank and file ol the Republican par opks upon him. Many Republlcai shown a tendency to suspen tbelr judgment on bis tariff vetoes ai mtil they see whnt recominendatioi he president makes at the nexl co If you want to he on the side, ask for Dr. Fowler's Ertract of Wild Clark and i Strawberry, and insist on getting A number what you ask for: holding forth in the streets of the city yesterday, and with a couple of boosters was doing a fine line of busi- t His game didn't appeal to the Obtaihlng-'llquo'r for Indiana crime which Irr becoming loo fre fluent around the city, and the'-Mount- ed Police have taken the matter up, and .will' stop it with si vengeance McUrn'w turned over to the Mounted Police yesterday, and later IVm. McDonald and Yellow Crtek, Jound redlianded by Constable Geo- gliegan in Hie act of giving a bottle of liquor to a full blooded- Julian vere also sent to the1 barracks.1 vinui t i'.inmiu co 1.110 riie original is. manufactured only police so be was given a-bed'in. the En. tOmOIOfffst, says, referring to the infantile death rate from.ruestmal diseases and diarrhrxa spread by the house fly, he beheves that the so-called harmless fly is yearly caus- ing the death of thousands of infants, as well as spreading the germs of typhoid fever. WIIMN'S fLY PJJS .ire the best thing to rid your house of these dangerous peste. St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church mass at S a.m.; second mass p.m. No holidays. Sunday school during the i EIGHT HUNDRED KILLED Telieran, Aug. je reporte ilir Jllrzn, is surrounded at' Savai uh, in :the mountains iniies northeast of Teheran. The report adds that he lost eifih Hundred men .mil two guns in a pitch St. Mary's (Church of (Corner of Niven and Nanttin Ward. Holy Communion 2u with the government forces i Sunday. Malins 11 a.m. Sundii I School, 3 p.m. Kvcnsong. 7.30. II. Popham. ISOO Rachel SI. Knox Church, ter, Hnv. A. M. Gordon, B.D. gundaj Services, II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. All cordially we! come. St. Augustin's Church of Sth-St. Avenue. Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Matins 11 a.m. iChoral Eucharist (1st Sunday) II a.m! i Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 ip.m. Wednesday evening service at j eight o'clock. Rev. J. H. Mllrrcll- Wright, rectory 212 Slh St. south... Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, Mirth Just Try One Box We -want you lo know how good root Kim is nnd if yo.u will try one iox we -n-e sure you will be delichtcd vith tho results. It Is cooling" and ootliing to the feet and destroys ail dors. Call today at the Red Cross )rug Book Store and get one box nd you will receive free of all charge package of fool luilh tablets. Store by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, cells for tho nicht Toronto, Out. See that our name is swore and o..- the wrapper. Frice 35 cenl.. ,the .pJ PAID THE DUTY ON SMUGGLED HORSES -Matt Nolan, a farmer residing near Vllson Siding, who wae arrested by sergeant 'Ashe of the Jfounted 'PoHce. narged with an attempt to smuggle en horses and other effects %yoss the -internatiopni houndjry, has alnce Ho h I h relf of his .arrest deposited the duty paid e goods that were seized Figuring on a New Bam? THEN YOU ARE THE OI.'AP WE WANT TO SEE. We have the slickest stock of EAKN dilJAIVAKY LUMBKR ever brought into this vicinity. We fig- ured that a good many "farmers would build this fall and bought our stock early and at LOWEST I'KICES and will sell accordingly. Don't waste your time wondering the stuff will a II'K! of llio if-onis npodod and In I; us l.cll exactly 'what the cost will be. .Bringyour bill noxl-JiiiR'you fire in town; will do rest. OAX'E AND VOU WILL ALWAYS. COME TO Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 Avenue S. and 121-2 Street P.O. Box 684 ;