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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS. THE' LETHBItinOE DAILY ItEKATD All ladies are invited to inspect our Display of Fall Hats on All the Newest Ideas Shown L. and J. McLeay Third Avenue South Hot, Aching Feet 'and sore perspiring fert will forget their troubles when you .use our KOOT ELM. H costs- 25 cents for enougl to keep comfortable for a long time. A special package of Foot Bath Tablets Eree with every box at Red Cross Drug Book Store CRIME IN NEW YORK WILL BE ABATED HEADED FOR PEACE RIVER T Kdmonton, Aug. are j to continue building. northwest the rails reach rho Peace Kiver, P cannot say that branch of the road will he completed..-, It may be nest year, and it may not be fo'r sev- eral years. i 1 3 ibD e was the reply of Sir Don- ald Mann, vice nrtuiflent of the Can- adian Northern ralirt'ay, when asked if the projected line inio the Peace .H'ver country would be preceded with iintU it is brought to comple'ion. Sir Donald arrived in Edmonton .from Winnipeg on a tour of inspec- tion, and left, for Vancouver over the P. R.. He was tntvelling in his .private Athabasca, and made the 'run of S27 miles from Winnipeg in a .trifle over 23 hours. Sir Doc-jld ro- -marked that the company would some; day have a transcontinental route on j which regular trnin-3 would make the I i nn fiom Winnipeg to Edmonton in ,BS time as it did his special, Work on nioin line of the road be completed to the summit of the ellotvhead a year hence, according i !to the belief of thn vice and .the entire line from Edmonton to Vancouver is expected to be in opera- tion within two y-aars. Sir Donald 3fiid the Athabasca Land- ing line would be. completed this year .and next spring construction would i.begin on the line northeast from Kd- Tnonton. between the Saskatchewan >nd Lac La Dicta. New York, Aug. the Italian detectives in the city, 75 in number, were summoned to police headquart- ers today and assigned to stop the wave of Italian crime. The serious- ness of the situation became apparent today when it was learned ths Italian government had received through its consul here a list of the crimes committed by natives of that country here since the first of year, and was much exercised by the showing. U.was stated that the de- tectives' bureau has a li-at of no leas than ex-Italian convicts believed to be in New York City at the present lime. The immediate provocation of the Uallan criin-3 crusade was the two Kidnapping oasos reported to tbe po- lice yesterday and still unsolved. In addition, police reports show fourteen cases of bomb throwing since July 1-1. The action of Police Commissioner Waldn today practically revives the once famous Italian detective bureau, disbanded only a month ago. SWEET VALLEY CLASS To Hoboes Who Met to Discuss Ways and Means Washington. Aug. trains? throughout Hie country are re- portpd to be t-urr.vinir as passengers. thousands of hoboes bound for their! annual convention; which this' year will be helil hero from September 1 to -I. I Kadg Howe, of Si. Louis, the, "millionaire lioho." cliainnan of ihej national coimnlUee of thu Unemploy ed and Urotherhood Welfare associa- tion, is here making preparations for the He informed Chief of Police Sylvester that there would be between fiOOO and delegates to the convention. that won't be as many in camo with was the chief! comment. "1 guess there will be no difficulty in handling them." Mr. Howe snid the convention would consider demands to be made on con- gress for the establishment of nation- i! free employment bureaus and legis- ation providing free transportation lo jobs, shortening working hours, :i min- niuin wage schedule and other re- Di-ms which will be appreciated by tiie employed and unemployed "until the establishment of the industrial repub- ic. In which all will receive the full product of their toil." He said a mini-. >er of congressmen would address the convention. COALDALE Coald-ale was well represented in prizes and guests at the L-ethbridge fair. T. P. Brown visited his family Fri- day and Saturday. Airs. John Moore from Rudyard, .Mont., spent last week at the home oi' Airs. H. A. SuggitL Mrs. Cragg from Taber is visliing her sister, Mrs. W. B. Mitford. Bert Sinclair was "a business caller here first of the week. H. A. Suggitt is erecting a tenant House on Section 9-9-l'0. -Mrs. Emde is hostess Wednesday for the Ladies' Aid. Sunday evening, was rally day and Mr. and Mrs. Higinootnam and Mr. .lordan and others from Leth bridge took charge of the evening service. The solo by Mr. Mackenzie was ap- predated as it has been some lime since Air. Mackenzie has met with S- and Mrs. Davidson were Lethbridge visitors Tuesday. Mr. Van Winkle, from Kentucky, is fs'Mng at his brother's country home. Several crops of fall wheat in this vicinity hav-e beefe': threshed and some >f it marketed. The first threshing done was by the. American Fanning Company, Aug. 22nd. At the New Mil- linery Parlors To-morrow and following days. All ladies invited All the latest styles shown Miss Johnstone NEW BLOCK, SIXTH ST., Opposite Bank of Won't real WRECK OF MAINE Mammoth Cofferdam Sur- rounding Ruins Will be Refilled With Water Washington, Aug-. much of the wrecked battleship Maine as the available funds 'will'permit will be re- moved or for removal from- BRAVE Wireless Telegraph Oper- ator Saves Many Lives in Wreck Charleston. S. C., Aug. (he count go of K'ii'clcssH operator Slices- sixteen-year-old hid, of the liner Lexington, twelve passengers and (li crow of any they owe their lives. The storm ragod for -IS hours, Hi ship's nosu driven deep In tho guilds off limiting' island, with the-so dashing over her. The Loxlnpto threatened to break t'.p and fling; 111 Iiunian c.'U'go to death in Ihe seethh waters. It is -said -the liner will I: li, total' IQSK. -Sheosley, wireless operator, did no despair; nersfsienuy lie ticked ouf :all for help, and kept the lorroi stricken passengers from abandon Jug hope. Finally n terrific swept the ship, and .wrecked-the wire less station on board. For a momen it seemed that lie -was gone, foil Sheesley 'clambered into the rigging md hastily fixed up thc station in im mediate danger of his life from ihe high wind which threatened io toui in from his seat. Blinded liy spray Sheesley sent out his plea for help Suddenly through the storm lie was answered by the revenue cutier Yam The passengers, a steward and hree negro employees on thc Lcxhig- 011 were brought here today by the famacraw, which lei'i the captain and a crew of 3S men on board. Two fire- nen are reported burned to death, and i third was terribly scalded "when the grounded. Firsj Officer Cham- lerlain suffere" a fracture of the right shoulder. The Lexington, which i; merchants' and miners' liner, was bound from-Savannah to Philadelphia. TO BE REMOVED DOMESTIC RECIPROCITY Elaah, ill., Aug. trial marriage which a young man and a onian living together for thirty days n ihe house of her mother, with tHe nil understanding that he was to propose at the end of a stated period f he was satisfied, and that she was ccept if she was satisfied, has just come to an end here and the end was Sweet Valley, Aug. Mc- Phersoni wiiilu attending Fair at I.e-thbridge, had thc misfortune to his jjuckcibook, containing forty j Jollars, iieai-'Swpei Valley. c Mr. and Mrs. Patrick came out rom Champion on Wednesday to stay over ..Sunday, Jay Kickcit IK having- his house lastcrcd this week by Mr. Barnett. Miss Her Urn Shirley is visiting her sisters In Lcthbridge and attending thc fair. Clyde Huldi'ri" was an over Sunday at Champion. Mrs. Hairy Link has been on the' sick list Sofnc pf the ladies have been out i s Look ing, around hern. j ittr. Calvin is helping Mr. Baugh-' Over forty thousand men have pass- ed through to harvest the Tops in the west, the majority of heing from Western Canada, CONSISTENT CONSERVATIVE CANADIANS DO WELL IN ARTILLERY FIRING London, Aug. artillery I The man with his harvest. j.. Mr. and Mrs. Hatijihman hnried an infant daughter Wednesday of this has r, gasoline well drill working al his place. MCF.SVS. Wm. Fur Icy and H. IJoidrn have purchased, a new Ault steam threshing and plowing will shirt, in at Champion. Thfir competitions were held at Cliff End a gOUti engineer and Fort of weather being j work bazi at fun but excellent-later on.: Thov arc out ,0 town {he Tne course was laid between the and Hurst Castle. The First _ _, __, Essex fired their sixteen rounds r under An interesting incid-ant that came within hi-.-i experience in' Ontario the other day, is be- ing tolfi by Mr. A. R. MacMas- ter, the well-known Montreal' K. C., as the best definition of the issue before the country that lias yet he-en made. He was talking to a veteran post- master in Glengarry County, had been a life-long and enthusiastic Conservative: "1 vnippose you ar-a going to vote for he asked. "Well, I'll tell you, Mr. Mac- Master.'' replied the old man. "My broth-ar has hoen accusing me of uirninj; my coat, but 1 say to him: 'What do jve sup- party policy or-i party njtmc? When yotr and I voj.ed shoulder to shoulder for ..Sir John A. in ISOJ, what did we vote for? It was for reciprocity and I am going lo vote for it now.' Havana harbor, was made known a wedding today. toikiy, aattf cofferdam 1 .Last Saturday he took-up his abode surrounding theniiipe will be refillefljVith her her methods of with' water :to await an additional house, sampler! her cooking _ L.i.iilSnJ f n ft n .1 .Everyone is cordially ed to view our Fall and Winter Hats in the latest and most stylish designs on C, A. Cooksley Round Street Next door to Bentley's IONSERVATIYE FARMER'S VIEW prourifition by congreas to flnfsh tiie rsisins operations. er Congress failed to act pre- sident's addi- tional and the war depart- m-ent has mapped, out its plans for the expenditure of-tiie money on hand, wtich probably will be exhausted by the time congress convenes in Decem-: iwr. Because of the lack funds even tuneral services over the recovered remains of the d-ead and the erection in Arlington national cemetery of the mast of the ill-fated vessel as a monu- ment to them must.-be postponed. The remains of the mast, will be sent, to cemetery to be stored there until congress acts. The terribly wrecked forward part of the vessal, or -about two-thirds of it, will be cut down lo the levels al- ready reached by the pumpage, then te.Sen out. and dumped into deep, waters outside .Havana harbor. A sniall cofferdam will be built inside, the main cofferdam to a depth of j tried to find if was such us make him a goo'd wife. At the same time, she his disposition, tested hie patience''and observed his man- ners. She gave wretched meals for three days to test his temper and wound up with a perfect dinner to display her skill. The man wns Wil- son .D. Merman, of Wiliamsport, Pa., el the woman, Miss Maud Sherman, of Elsah, 111. Wilson watched her sweep and dust, saw that :her house was-'ncnt, that she was good to her mother and that every meal was well cooked. Aliss Sherman did not deny that she took a little more than ordinary rains to see that Wilson's beef steaks and pie were a little above tbe ordinary. Once she purposely delayed ;i meal to see whether he would become nervous or when things were wrong, b.ut he only smiled and said supper would taste ail the better when it came. ARTILLERY COMPETITION two minutes, including several effective shols. The North Scottish fired in one and a half minutes. The Canadians were very close to the tar- get with several shots. COMMITTED Winnipeg, FOR TRIAL Sherbino, formerly customs officer at Emerson, was committed for trial at the provin- cial court this morning on numerous charges. The offences were alt said to hive been committed whiJ? Shorblno was inspector. need II ttoft MM. Whyoolprm cooks, and cooks might gcf- a ioh after .threshing. SoniR of the early grain is in thc shock. Not hai! struck here, as from other places. Rir.kctt'has" to Carman- gay for ;i jictv hinder, as the old one railed lo work days' eiit- Mr. Hogg, Mr. McKay and manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce were in this district last Thursday. Thny called on Mr. Itauphman. lack Leonard's brother, Martin, ar- rived from Minnesota iast week. ANOTHER VESSEL DAMAGED IN LAKE HURON STOHM Parry Sound, Ont., Aug. schooner Nainari, of Sarnla, Capt. J. A. Glass, reached hero with the foremiiRi In the same wind which wrecked the barge Alhatrops and the tug Martulji, and probably within ten mileg of where were lost. Cfipt. Glasi reports that tbe wind on the night in ,question was much heavier ,tian-.thu .officlnl reports hero indi- cate, MHfi it Hppfaral to run lu .streuka. London, A.ug. Territorial ,-Dout.10 feot .round tho fora-nrd compeulion will remime to- i 4 n. i F u day'when six defence companies will n order to extricate the rest .of it compele foj. thc IWQ The first prize is the Prince of Wales prize of .621 to which is added I later. One-third of the after portion. of the vessel, it is believed, can be 'floated, it will be pumped out ;ind bulkh'saded, but not removed, pending the appropriation 'of more money. .Major George L. Edwin of tliehcad- (iiiarLormaster'-s has' been ordered to Havana to supervise the shipment to tbe United States of the remains recovered frqnw the He rell-avcs Captain James Tilford. AN EXCELLENT .PROGRAM Never before has tlwre been such an excellent setoction of pictures ex- itcii as those shown at tbe Eureka iast night. The first one entitled, Coward or was so" intensely Interesting and at times so pathetic as to cause many tears. "The Corte of Honor" was another sub- ject of the Selig company and wns greatly appreciated. "The Cowboy was a roaring w-ast- ern comedy which carried the aud- ience almost into convulsions. In fact H was one of.the best picture plays ever in the city and should be a by everyone tonight. Picton, Aug. H. Ander- on of this county, tretisuirer of the Ontario Dairymen's Associa- lon and a former Conservative, is ampaigning with Dr. Morley Currie. ietore an enthusiastic meeting at lemorestville Mr. Anderson told the tory of the reciprocity pact. From a radical farmer's standpoint. M r. son said: "J am no traitor to the onservative party, but the leaders f the Conservative party today are raitors to the principles of thai, party, not only in this county, but ia ther counties, you will find hundreds nd thousands of Conservative farm- rs who will vote for the movement, live right near Belleville, and every me I drive over the bridge and re- home it costs me forty cents, but hat is nothing in comparison to this irift1 If we can have roci- rocity in farm products It me-ans n an average per year to each oiie of farmers. Eighteen Liberal niillioh- es of Toronto hn-ye turned their backs noon the pact, for the sake of their own noefcefs, and we should look upon this '-us one of th-a best evidences that reciprocity is in the Interests of the farmer. "In Kingston men who have been in close contact with the American prices, and who have voted Conserva- tive for years, have told me that they intended to vote for reciprocity. They say the American farmers right-across the River St. Lawrence get just four dollars R ton more for their hay than the Canadian farmers around King- ston and on Wolfe Island. These farm- ers about Kingston and on Wolfe Is- land told tn-e that, for every dqllar they earned off the farm the American farmer got a dollar and a h-alf, and this has been the case for the last five years. What better' evidence do yon want than that? and this ia the evidence of the farmers CANADIAN BOAT WINS GEORGE CUP AT TORONTO Toronto, Auff. Vivia, tbe Canadian boat won the last and decid- ing race for the George cup thic morn- from 'he Duke of w'estmfnsler jiT1S- -Tne colirae was a ten-mllc triau" Miss Anna Talbot, who been visiting relatives in Spokane, Wash., retiirneci home to her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. B. C. Talbot, laat week. The completion of the Circle school bouse was celebrated, by a dance given by the school .trusteei of tnat district. It is reported that Jacob Bntnclt lias sold his farm at Barrhiil. We ars, sorry to hear that as it meftne loiingr' one of our up-to-date farmers. Mr. and Mm. Carl Tnngon wero .visitors at the postmaster's last Sun- day. The way it looks there must be some groin to be cut In the Barrhildi district. There were'no 32. new binders brought into thli neish-; hood this eummer. Danimen, formerly of Barr' but now nf Lethbridee, was shak- ng handy with his old neighbors last ynnday. Mr. and Mrs. Silsbi were isitors last Sunday. Harry Maney Iron Springs last Sunday. Carl Johnson and hii brother Etr- ent were in Lethbridge, on Saturday. There is 85 foot of water in tho governliieni well at They; are down some 300 feet... and from .M. R. M. Morrison. Tbe'sle, and a brisk wind Cup will be presented lo the mander of the winning battery, second prixe is WUHK TRAINS CANCELLED AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Mat. Aug. C. P. K. work trains which have been work- "iff out oE the city nil Rummer have oecn cancelled. Lack of motive power is Haul to Ivive thc reason tailing Orf the trains. 'I'lie U. It. is receiving some new here. Several new engines ___ Kathleen! com-; of Kingston seconlf. A half mile j The was the challenger, the Wator- itown, of'WRtcrtOwn, N. V. As the iVivla won thc second race also the cup stays here. BEFORE THE WHIP FELL of the most, viol-sin op- ponents of reciprocity today is the Toronto News, nut when the terms "of the agreement me 2700 class are expected "and first .announced and be- nlready arrived. T waive canooses are also expected and more crews will likoly be set, up Jit once. OLDEST PRINCE INDIAN OF EMPIRE DEAD Hyderbad, BritUh India, Aui. Asa Af Nizamul Muik Niaum, of Hyderbutt, and premier prince of the Indian Empire, died today. He was born Augnut IS, 1886. and micceeded his father Nizam Sfmil Ud DauU, on the latter's death on February 26, 1862. The late Nizam belonged to a family of the highest antiquity and import- ance nmong Mohammedan be- ing lineally descended from the. first Khallff Ahii'Rakr, aucceBaorm of the rrophet. nf .the entile of HytlerbAd WAR square with LIBS WILL VOTE RECIPROCITY Cooktown, Ont., Aug. Lib- erals of South Simcoe in convention yesterday decided not to nominate a candidate, leaving the contest te- tween Haughton Lennox, former Con- member, and Thomas mell, a pro-reciprocity Conservative farmer. Or. ndian Root PUU ntctty meet the need which so often in every family for a medicine foopen up and regulate the bowels. Not only are they effective in all of Constipation, but they help in breaking; up a Cold or La Grippe by cleaninr out the lyntem nnd purifying the blood. In the'Mime .way relieve or cure Biliousness, Imfiftstinn, Sick Headaches, Rheum- atism and other common In the fullest HAW of the wordi Dr. Morrt'f Indian Root Pills arc n A fore the hand of tho frnst fin- ancier made itself ffiH, the News thought differently. In iH lading editorial of .Janu- ary 27, the day after the reci- procity terms were announced, the News said: "The West will welcome R free American market' -for wheat and oats. "Undoubtedly, thc fru'mers of Ontario desire th-3 removal of American customs duties live stocfc, dairy et-ablea, eggs and other artic- les covered by the agreement. Frcn fish will be a strong nt- truction to the Maritime Prov- inces. Unquestionably, there- fore, the arrangemeiit will'coni- strong support from Ca- nadian producers, and, as has been an id, nothing else could ftave been expected. "Under all tho cimims wo (the .VewB) recognize that WnflMngton IIPF offered terms which it ia difficult for Canada to reject." 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