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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. Antf list 10.12 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD S T A R L A N D To-day and To-morrow The Prize Winning Program of the1 Entire Season., COWBOY DAMON AND PYTHIAS Western Uonor and Friendship'. A of the Actual Origin of tho Glorious K. of P. Order. A HUMBLE Tlio-brunmllc'Slory a- 11 IUU.ULI.LI jiiJivu to Jlaa. ter, Wonderful Canhio Intelligence: A SYVIMMTlVfi PAltTY'-A Comedy AlUiUArt U 1 Alii, i jamming ovel. .with .Spontaneous Laughter. FLORAL PAKADE at SAN DEIGO Glorious California at its Best MISS AGNES ERROL wlir elrig, "DEAR HEART" SPECIAL now usos u brand-new latest, model .Alotiograiib Machine, which projects a picture equalled by none in Western' Canada. S T A R L A N D ELOQUENT TORONTO DIVINE Rev. D. T, Owen of To- ronto Preached in St. Augustin's Church Why send out of town (Jet your VULCANIZING done at home by D. E. MacDonaid EXPERT LOCKSMITH GUNSMITH Rear Sporting Goods Old Stand 412-5th St. S., Phone 1032 D. T. Owen, rector ol Holy Trinity church, Toronto, occupied Ihu pulpit ol St. Augustin's church yesterday morning, anil preached an I eloquent and practical sermon from I Corinthians "Eye hath not seen, nor ear have en- tered into the heart of man, the things which t'Jnil liath prepared lor ;thcm that love Him." The reverend gentleman said "I waitfc to speak this rnoi nii.-g upon a very difficult subject, the subject 6i loving God. all know liow diffi- cult it is to practise loving God, and yet-that is what God expects of us. "One of the most beautiful prayers in -our prayer book, tiie collect for the sixth Sunday after Trinity, re- fers to that love. 'O.God, who. has prepared, for them that love Thee such good things as pass man's un- derstanding 1'our into our hearts such love toward Thee, that we lov- ing Thee above all things, may ob- tiou on tlie dark tiling of life, for ft sight of the King in his beauty. "What is it that insures participa- tion in these things 7 Only certain people are to share them. Love. That's the qualification. -Love lor Go'd Is a divine gift from God. We aro to pray for it. People say, .'t liavcji't much love for God, some- times I think, I don't love Him at a 1.1. I must he dllTcrcnt from others.' We'are to pray. We arc on sure answered. How can you love one, to whom you hardly ever speak, and in- to whose presence you rarely ever go? "Love must be first, above all, su- This is the only love God recognu.t-s. The'first commandment is, 'Thou sliall- love the God, with all thy soul, with all thy strength, with all thy mind and with all thy heart.' "All the gracious promises and the Bible is full of promises will be or are being fulfilled -for us if Jove Him-. Take that one promise, 'All things work together for good to them that love Him.' Thoro is no general promise there, no guarantee that all things work together for good. We'often hear the statement- whatever is, is right.' This THE TALK OF THE CITV Bijou Theatre OUR AIM YOUR PLEASURE SOLE MANAGER, L. H.'UHL FOUR TODAY AND TOMORROW "The Message of the Violin" A Delightful Where the Mu.lc of a Child Changes tHe Character of Manhood' Beautifully PrtMnt- ed and Pathetically told. PATHE'S WEEKLY This week brings you "closely In touch, with our beloved Sovereign, King George V., and many all svsr th; The Katsiciijanmicr Kids Brains and Brawn Laugn-iYiaKer or the Kind you enjoy; Matinee Each Day at 2 p.m. Evening at 7 p.m. in nmsnaance. Admission lOc and 15c. j lain Thy promises, which exceed all j M-rong. All. tilings do not work'to- AT-8TARLAND An 'good' program IE being shown at; Starland today, the hill including every plmsc of moUoii picture delight. Special mention must lie made of the feature attraction, 'The Cowboy, Damon -and and 3irodaction conceded to be the-crown- ing triumph of the celebrated Vita- graph company. The atory is virtually a- version or tho theme up- on which the great order of-the K. P. was rounded, and will prove to he flu appealing piWentation :to all. Nu- merous other splendid subjects are to be found in the program. Miss Agnes will, render 'in her doHghtful manner the favorite song, "Dear Heart." ASKS PENSIONS FOR MOTHERS Aug.- 'special committee appointed by Gov. Harmon to investigate and recommend revis- ions in ,the state laws affecting child- ren reported yesterday recommending' the establishment of a pension system for widowed compulsory, medical inspection of school children and changes' in the laws governing Institutions for the care of children; Under tho pension system recoinhi'end- ed a. widowed mother of one: oliild under age-ofH would month from the juvenile court and a month for each additional child under the nge of 7. years. that can desire through Jesus Christ our-Lord. "St. Paul 'says there is a prepara- tion, of good things going on, timler. the hand and direction of God. 'Here is an assurance for struggling men ''and 'Women "tlmt'amid'Ylie 'futility' our plans, the con traditions of life, the shattering of oiir earthly hopes, preparations for rest and fulfillment ot promise are going-on; the broken things are being made, whole the shattered plans carried out and- the broken threads gathered up. A sil- WYOMING TOWN'S WOMAN MAYOR Daj-'ton, Aug. Susan KVissier, a widow, fifty years old, was recently elected mayor of this town. Ghe was backed by the business in- terests, ran on an independent ticket -and won with votes to spare. ;Mrs; formerly was' a.'school .teach-' er, but has conducted her husband's dry goods busin-sss since she was left u widow. She 1ms two children. OLD TIME YUKON GAMBLER DEAD "Vancouver, Ti. (J., ers in Yukon say .that J. W. Rogers of the dead "jungle" was knowji through- out the Yukon twelve, years ago as a notorious, gambler who had" nmny friends and few enemies. He later went to Nome, owing to his wife ap- pearing at Dawson; .She returned to California and divorced linn-and -mar? tied .again. .Sim, iti now.-rclainiing property. Rex Beach, the novelist il is said can identify Rogers as the Yu- kon pioneer. gethe'r for good to those, who do not love Him.. "Those.good things, that are be- ing prepared, are not only entered in- to 'in the next world, birt here and now. He, who loves God, has enter- ed-into-the peace that keeps :and guards mind 'and'heart. No matter what stornis-encompass him, he is entering 'into the peace that passelh all understanding. He is calm at heart, although in the midst of dis- turbances, schemes, plotting, friends him, etc. "Then there is the preparation For cnt Being is at work manipulating the mistakes and even the follies of future life, beyond what we call the mcn' end, because we know no better. We "We ail have the gift o! imagina- know not what is beyond. One de- scription we have, and I think no tion, some more, some leas. We can easily conjure a hope of what is be- ing prepared, yet that, which is be- ing prepared, is much fuller and bet- ter than we can imagine. "I think we can say that- .the things that are being prepared are along the lines of onr best hopes'arid desires. ;God does-riot mock us, and what He is preparing is along the line of our desires but different in this thit it exceeds all we can desire. syYoii long for rest and traii- qm'Iity, the land of fulfilled hopes, the land of no tears, of complete re- sermon on "The call ol Levi, union with loved-ones, for illumina-I publican, to be a'disciple. better can be given than St. John's description 'And God shall wipe away all tears from- their eyes and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor cryingy'Keither any more pain.' "Now are we the.sons o[ God, and it doth not yet appear what we shall be, hut we know that when He shall appear wo shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as In the evening. Mr. Owen preached a powerful- and impressive the The Allan liner Corsican, which struck an iceberg off the Gulf of St. Lawrence, but was able to proceed on her voyage to Liverpool New Wheat Is on the Move, Next Week There Will be a Lot of it Started East- ward to Fort William. 1 There are .several reasons why -grain- growers in this district should ship their new wheat through: BILLIJfGS. 00., Grain Commission Merchants, 232 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, Manitoba. lire They five each consignment' their personal attention, liberal advances on Bills of Lading, prompt returns when sold.; fair treatment to every customer.. If you have already shipped through LIVE firm, you belong to their growing brigade of "SATISFIED If i car and-ve-will guarantee that you will join that Army of the Wheat-Service. Hyde and Saunders LOCAL AOSNTS WweheuM and cor. 2nd Ave. E., and "A- P.O. iOX 112 TELEPHONE 1244 NEWS4ENIRE OF EMPIRE BURNED Post Office and Telegraph Building in London Was Partially Destroyed Loudon, Aug. tonight was entirely cut off from telegraphic communication with the rest of the country and with the Continent, awJ, for a time, connection with the Am- erican continent was severed, as tho result of a fierce fire which broke out In the General Post Office, in which 'building the central telegraph office is situated, and where all the wires of the service are concentrated. Wliile the fire was extremely fierce no Jives lost and the damage was confined to the inside of the build ing. A thousand employees, a majority of them .being women, got out of the structure promptly and-without panic. 'The five' started ai; 7 o'clock ithls ev- the outer world for ithree hours was by, telephone-to Paris. Telephones were in great; .demand by the newspapers. The General-Post.Offlce is the cen- tre for the telegraph service'of ithe entire Kingdom.' All the main cables for provincial towns and the wires connecting with foreign .cables con- centrate hence the complete paralysis of the system. Besides the Paris telephone, inter mittent telephonic communication with tlie'cable of (Ices .at Liverpool anc Bristol was obtainable, tut these wers greatly overworked. The greatest sufferers, were the pro- vincial papers, which depend upon .heir special wires for. London and Continental sen-Ice. They found the -elephone wires impossible for Jong AMATEURS AT ROBBING GAME Bank of Hamilton in Van- couver Raided in Rather Clumsy .Fashion Vancouver, Aug. Bank ot Hamilton's (branch _ at Cedar Cottage, five miles, from tie centre ot the city, was (he scene of a .boldly planned, hut -badly executed, robbery on Saturday night at 9. o'clock, -just as the bank, was closing.- The desperadoes, a'ruied and .mask- ed, numbered six, four at. least believ- ed to bo Italians. Not more than fou; hundred dollars was the amount of their sum being secured from the teller's desk. Manager T. H. Rhodes .had found: opportunity to ring a newly- Installed tire alarm sig- nal, -ana fears :for their own safety, prevented ithe bandits from rushing the safe. Immediately they backed out from the bank building, showering bullets' on the crowd in the street. Police-Constable' Winters shot one of the robbers, !but iUIs companions carried him to a and escaped. Most of the POST M The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Bcvlo Co., it's the answer.' Samples and Estimates furnished promptly. The Revlo Co. and Avenud South was caused by'the fusing of a wire lu a test .box on- tW fourth floor. The gallery affected soon was filled with volumes of thick smoke. The building sustained no structural damage, but the losses to cables and instruments and furniture were very heavy, the furniture .suffering from water which the fire engines poured in, and which streamed through thP whole building. Thousands of wires underneath the floors had fused, and the firemen were forced to tear up part of the floors to get at the flames, Ibis work being cxceedinEly dangerous. repairs started Im- mediately after the fire had died away to restore emergency communication with the principal English cities and America and tho Continent, hut the damage to the Instruments and wires was so great that some days will elapse before work on a normal scale can be resumed. The branch offices nfcout town iave-thousands of messages for plac- Iu this country and on the Con- incut and others are still nccmnulal- Tuo on with TEACHERS MUST DANCE Kellogg, Idaho, Aug. n the Wardner-Kellogg schools will advised before tho opening of the chool that they .will not.be allowed o attend public dances, and they will, !EO be ordered to put a stop >to the iris in the public scHooIs using either owder.pr paint. The order -will como s a surprise, especially ithe one eruing dancing. The board holds hat the teachers set a bad example for the children, and that the teacherg are not as well qualified to 'work the day following a dance. While there has not been much powder and pain1 by the pupils the board took cojulz ance of the fact that a few have ap peared in the class rooms with arti- ficial beauty on thoir faces. ed high in air or into the side- walks, but a stray one crashed through tlie plate glass window of a neighboring grocery stare and struck Mr. W..E. Foley, a clerk, in the leg. Others passed throug-h windows and doprs of adjoining stores, missing those ,iuaide. It was remarkable, that several boys, and girls the Immediate vicinity oMbe bank were not injured. Were Not Raffles The robbery, in the opinion of those who were held up; was done in a.-rvery amateurish fashion. In .the bank building at five minutes to nine, when three of the Italians entered with cries of "Money! were Manager Rhodes, who was standing behind the teller's cage; J. Scott, tha teller; J. Norman, ledger keeper; A Hunter, the janitor, and J. A. Simp- son and A. Sears, who was standing in front of the tellers cage, who had just made a deposit. With the lower part of their faces covered with" handkerchiefs, the men dashed, into the front of tlie office. Two dashed into the manager's office and got behind the teller's cage. A man, evidently the leader, presented a gun under the, nose of Mr. Rhodes, while the other pushed the teller out of the cage, and grabbed all the money on the desk and some from the cash drawer. Teller Scott 'backed to the rear wall Don ,the talking dog -from Germany which Ic balng exhibited In New York. The lower picture shows Don In "ipeaking" pose. This, animal can "Kuchen" (cake) jwid a few other words. His pronunciation js" good. The robbers then relieved tlie victim rof their watches. Early on Saturday Poin Grey resident, named Armitage, na held up and robbed of fifty dollars b; a. masked and armed highwayman TAFT SIGNED THECANAL BILL THREE BOYS KILLED Terre Haute, lud., Aug. boys wero killed and. four fatally .in- jured last night, 011 the Southern 'In-- dlana Belt Junction, two miles south of Terre Haute, a southbound passenger train ran Into them. They had just dodged a freight train. of the office from teller's ca'ge, and pressed a button in the wall be- hind him. Mr. Rhodes, who had been ordered .back into his office, did tho same thing: It th's action of the Kef BifiiH Cot! in; Lump, Mine Him er Screenings, by the ton or carload lota. WON! 1471 0.0. ik two men, who were even then looking 'down the barrels of revolvers, that saved the bank from losing.a great deal more money. 1 The 'buttons were connected with a fire gong In a South Vancouver tire hall, and when the bell in the hall rang, the fireman an duty responded by pressing'a button. This rang a gong in the bank office. The Italians heard .the gong. Immediately after, a shot from the man in tho teller's cage pierced the Vail between the placs where Mr. Scott.stood and the agcr's office, expendelng most of its force in the wall, the bullet dropped to the floor. Then followed tbe iliasty flight of the hold-ups. Other Hoid-Ups The masked men are believed to he members of the gang, which held up the Bank of Hamilton earlier in the evening, and who held up the oc- cupants of a laxi-cab-at midnight on Saturday, near Uie Bast Collinrwood fire hall securing jewelry to tho val- ue of about ,The outlaws had placed a -Iree trunk aoross the road to atop the automobile. This accom- plished, -they ordered tho occupants at tlie point of revolvers to line up. j Interesting Statement Re- plying to Position Taken by Great Britain Washington, Aug. Taft signed the Panama Canal .bill at 7.15 o'clock tonight. Following this he sent- to Congress a memorandum; suggesting the advisability of the sage of a resolution; which :would' de- clare that his measure was not con- sidered by this government a viola- tion of tho treaty provision regarding the canal. In discussing the British protest against the exemption of American shipping from tho payment-of tolls for the use of the canal, Mr. Taft says the irresponsible conclusion to ho drawn! from it is that "although tho United States controls and has paic 'or tho canal, it is restricted by treaty 'rom aiding its own commerce. In way that all other nations of the 'world may .freely do." In view of the fact. Mr. Taft con- tinued, that He Panama'canal Ing constructed by tlie United Slates wholly at its own cost, upon terrl tory ceded to. it by Ihe Republic of Panama tor that purpose, and that un- less It has restricted United States enjoys absolute rights of own- ership and control, including the right deprived Itself, of the. exercise of tha right to pass its own commerce free, or to remit tolls collected, for the-use of the canal -The president points out that the rules specified in the article, trf treaty, which is made the basis for the Bri- tish protest were adopted by the Un- ited. States as the of the neu- tralization of the Canal, and for no ofcher. purpose." RUSSIAN EDITOR DEAD St Petersburg, Aug. The death occurred today ot Aleiia Suvenn, edi. and proprietor of the tor Vremya, at the age of 78, to allow Its own commerce the use. of {he canal upon as it sees fit. the sole question, is: "Has Ihe United States (by the terms of tho Hay-Pauncefot'e treaty) Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND Propl Importers of Smtolr OnniW 8th St. S., near-3rd YOU WILL BENEFIT iY QITTIN9 00 R PBICM ;