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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August, THE LETHBEIDGE DAILY HERALD PMTf 5 T A R L A N b Th.'s Prize Winnlnj' Program of '.the- Entire WfVBOY IIAMON rn Honor and A of A'ctiiull. OrJeiu of the1 OlorloiiB K..ot P. .Order. Tllc Dramatic Story, of a ion to liisMlns- A TimATRI "I II'1 A IJUJlUJJIjJ'v -Wonderful Canine -'intelligence. A' SliUVTTVrMriVf-i "PA'liTV- .A I AJLVl 1. Laughter. 'PARADE' at' SAN DEIGO" Glorious California at Us Best 1 AGNES ERROL will .sing, "DEAR HEART" Comedy jjrlmmiiig over SPECIAL Starland now uses !i brand-now, latest rciodel Motiugniph Machine, -which projects ei'ilimlled- by- none in Western Canada. T A R A N D BONAR LAW SAYS THAT UES1STANCE IS JUSTIFIABLE The London. of July 29 in a of Mr. J.touor Law's speech, at Blenheim Palatie quotes him ia part BS follows: These ineri (I lie anti-home rulers in enjoy f no ascendancy, they no aBeeiidaricy, but Ibey will sub- aiiit to no ascend unoy. not to home.rule. How to he a: bade to submit to it? JTha-t is the point.- Does any one im- tfgine that BrHieU troops will be used lo'sboot down who demand-no jn-ivilege which not by Jrou and me no privilege which any QUO-of us wpjuJd ever surrender? -.T-he thing is urilhinkable., ji ml great have, indeed, taken jiip arms to compsl loyal subjects 'to leave their community. (do not Relieve fttr- a mo wont." that any gov.er-n-jnent ?fould ever dare to' snake the attempt, ibut. 1 am if the ailtcMnt made, fehe npt .succeed carrying home Vjnile, They -would; iicceed only in ligbting of civil i ;war.'which, would shatter the Empir Ucj its foundations. On- this subject ahall -say one word, and one wor more While I had still in th party a position of less respouBlbilit than that which 1 have now 1 sai that in.my opinion if an attempt wer -made without j.the clearly; .expresse will of .the people of this an as part of a corrupt pa-rliamentar bargain, 'to 'deprive'these men of thei they would be justified in resisting by all means in their power including force. (Cheers.) I said s then, .and I say so now, with a ful sense ot the responsibility which taches' to 'my 1C' the'al tempt be made under present conci: tlons I can imagine no length or re sistance to which1 Ulster will go which'I shall riot be ready to suppo'r, and hi which, they will not, hi supported by the'overwhelming raa jority of tho British people. (The au dience' rose from their seats and cheered this for some min UtCfi.) MUSIC ANDDRAMA by FIDILIO) GrMtt at Star land 'As the piloto play fcheaire, jjbtarland, is cortainlyf well to the front' Into, in the presenting- ex- tlusive features. A Jtubjact of unusual ahonin today for the iJast "A.'CoilVboy Damon, and one of breeziest 'west- terns seen here for iiome time. The (tli erne is decidedly the >'hole production is of real .merit. For tomorrow and: -Thursday the ".fl jreleaies ,'.'A r the latest by Princess ppieibly the rtiost original and idramatlo Indian 'iitorjr ever produced, for the action throudpiout is spirited, the scenery, excellent, a.rid the plot pno'of the most vivid and gripping ever portrayed. alias Agnes Errol ia( appearing daily in the latest song hkfe, and with her .fcharming personality excellent HO- 'fra.no voice, is- rapicKly winning her into popular 'fdvd ir with the Star-j land patrons.. At the..Bijou The Eljou has again come to the front with another excellent pro- "grarame lor the -'-.subject being chosen with extreme care in or_der to please all patrons, It difficult to single "out'any of the sub special'comment but specia (attention is called to a 'very'.-prettj him entitled the ViV a theme tuneful in its telling power oC music in chang Ing the .character oC a man. The de votlon of tiie child genius to his mo ther touches 'the tender chords of one's nature. The subject is one that throughout- wllL of the spectator. The world's principal events as shown by "Pathe's Weekly" are more ithan usually interesting, bringing ug face to face with our good King George V., in addition to several "important events throughout the entire globe. The'program with two screaming comedies, "The Katzmijammer and "Brains and making the program th' moat enjoyable" hour's entertainment seen in the city. .T; W. Bains fahis morning took out permit-to build a residence on Twelfth street A 'North. New Wheat Is on the'Move, Next Week There Will be a Lot of it Started East- ward to Fort William. There ;a'iie Avliy .grain- growers district should ship their new wheat throiugh: Grain.'Commission Merchants, 23 2 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, 'Manitoba. are a They give each their persona! aUention. liberal advances on Bills prompt :returns whfln i sold, fair trea tment -to every customer. If you have already shipped through this LIVE belong to their growing bri pide of "SATISFIED If a car and we will guarantee that you wilt join that Army the Wheat-Service. _ Hyde and Saunders LOCAL AGENTS Warahouieland Office, cor. 2nd Ave. E., and 12th "A" P. O. BOX 112 TELEPHONE PRIESTS ALL ACCEPT END 'OF THE TROUBLE IN R. C. COLLEGE AT ST. JOHN'S, QUEBEC i Montreal, Aug. wan dramati- cally announced at the banquet cele- bration of'Hishop Gauthlor.hero that all the priests of the interdicted Mon- liolr college had submitted to .the thus ending the long dis- pute which threatened to cause a ser- ious division In the Catholic church in. Quobec. The siews, when announc- ed by A'i'chbibhop Uruchesi, who road a telegram from the Moimolr. priests, 'was received by .deafening' .cheers from "the clergy in the" banquet hall. Ever since the college was interdict- ed, seventeen of the, iM'qunolr priests who grouped themselves behind Can- on Lemietix, relied implicitly on the lead which he took and would have been content to have remained outside the palo of the churcJi had he decided to do so. Canon Lemlcux is of very magnetic personality and commanded the'utmosl obedieijce from his follow ors..' It" la'not knpwn what the 3Ion- noli- priests %ujl be gnen to do now that they have submitted, but In any. event; the college'at St.'Johns will remain closed, KAMLOOPS GIRL Once tasted, fi always liked! WENT TO VANCOUVER AN FEARS-ARE ENTERTAINED- AS TO HER FATE Vancouver, Aug. 20. Eva Patterso aged 17, 'daughter, of, a Canadian Pa fie railway conductor. ,pf Kamloop cft; that city last Wednesday mo; ngXahd has disappeared.. The polic if Kamloops and Vancouver have bee working on the case for two day ilie girl was to arrive here on iesday evening" and had definite h tructions where to go. The polic believe that she "did .arrive but whet] pr she was captured by while slaver or Has met with iou! play is a my ery. .On Friday and Saturday he ather' searched; the j city and. con nunicated with every friond here wit vhom the girl might be staying. Ti ay he is continuing a frantic scare! THREE LIVES Cleveland, O., Aug. pec- e lost their lives during a wind ani alii storm that swept over the cil; oday. L. Virgil Billows, 23 years old, :he party aboard the 'yacht "Red oveiboard, b> a winging -rJopm-and drowned. Michael Sheer, 40 years old, was truck down in his bedroom, by a bol he closed a window John iMuInlx, years old, was kill ed by lightning on his way to work. Trees were blown down and much roperty loss suffered. ARMERS CALL FOR HARVESTERS Winnipeg, Aug. call of tho est for more men for harvest. Cold eather of last week somewhat- re- arded harvest and in consequence he work of gathering the crop will ome more in a bunch than was ar cipated. It was thought harvestin, ould be distributed over a longer eripd. and the men would be able to from one farm to another, but the change in the weather has made a difference and farmers everywhere are crying for men. By offering as high us a (lay they are coaxing un- skilled laborers away from railway construction and public works of the cities and towns in the weat. But this, source of supply is insufficient. .Railway companies will probably ar- for. additional, trains from east- ern Canada -and' inake another call for iheii.', To date lees men' 'have ar- rived here for harvest than at the same lime last year. BIG RECEIPTS OF RYE Minneapolis, Aug. prece- dents for'big receipts of rye on Minn- eapolis market were smashed today when 90 cars of that grain were re- ceived at the Chamber of Commerce. .Tohn Marfield, president of the cham- When only twelve years of age he took charge of children's.meetings, and at fifteen years of. age active- ly.engaged in public life For the past jears he was hi" fathers right hand man. .Since 1SSO he has been, Chief of the Staff and. "the man be- hind the gun." He has never been in. charge outside of England, though he Kas travelled extensively -in 'Eurone. He never visited Canada or the Uhit- .ed States. In 1882 he married tv daughter of the late Dr. Soper of .Plymouth, Eng-i the Salvation Army tor thirty yeais, and many Toronto, people heard her speak in Massey Hall last year Theie are fne daughter and two In thfl tamily Three of the daughters and one son are already officers in. tin Armj, and the oihere m all probability will be they aie old enough Bramv, ell Booth stands six feat high possesses striking facial cIiaTactenHtics, He haa surpaselng ability as a public speaker and a pub lie imtei, for he has written many books, widely read ami entirely con Mncing His uiind 13 of the cool, logical, for seeing and he would have distinguished himself as a. >ei and politician ft is said that many prominent politicians in, London repeatedl> urged Bramwell Booth to .devote himself to the jbar, and Londoner offered to pa> all the ex- penses of .icadenuc preparation Amongst his better known publica. tions are: ;That "Servants of "Social "On the Banks of th< aiid "Bible" Battle-Axes." the son. With the aid and a club H was finally killed; both men falling exhausted when the fight1 EGYPTIAN NATIONALISTS Cairo, Aug. large number of Egyptianr nationalists were arrested here today, on the charge of display- ing sedUioUB posters. SUPPOSED MUSHROOMS CAUSE HOTELMAN'S. DEATH St. Ont.rAug. NorrU Sttvens Home, died1 thli morning from eating 'suppoted 'to mush and C. Delaney who participated In the arc very low. PHONR 471 POST OFFICE BOX 91 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo Co., it's the answer. Samples and Estimates furnished promptly. The Revlo Co. Painters and Ucccratera AVMIM Until' I ;