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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 12 1911. THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY I enable you lo eat hearty meals of wholesome food and properly digest them. They banish stomach troubles 50cJ a box at all druggists'. National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited 43 LOST IN STORM NEAR TURIN Turin, Jan. weather since Christmas has been very disagreeable "The stock depending ou grazing for have suffered much on saow. Last Monday David Jerrard braved the wind and made a trip to the Tur- in store. After 'purchasing some .gro- he 'started as he supposed home. In some way he .became con- i'used and Jost his way...Emerson Halnes saw him near George Sorgards The old man is vary feeble and when Mr. Haines reached him, he wan near- ly frozen. Dick Green took him home. Mrs. Bert Spencer-has -been on the tick list for the last two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw concluded their visit Thursday.: Chas, Green took them to .Lethbridge. They will start-on their homeward journey from there on Friday, There has 'been a great deal of con lecturing and. disputing as to .where the new town will te situated if the railroad ever becomes a reality. Miss Brown is visiting .friends in .Lethbridge. -.Dick Green, Mrs. Gibsou and I. N. Hanson were transacting business in Lethbridge Wednesday. The attendance at the Literary Soc- iety was small, owing to the inclement MANUFACTURERS- TO SEE LAUR1ER Ottawa, Jan. deputation of Canadian manufacturers which will wait upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his ministers to protest against any re- duction in the tariff will lack the spectacular features which marked the Interview of the big delegation of farmers, which earlier in the session presented their views in the Commons euamber. The arrangement is that the raanu- joyable evening. The. program con- facturers who are expecting to come sisted of songs, recitations, dances to Ottawa, about forty strong, will wait and dialogues. j upon. Sir Wilfrid office in the east block at eleven o'clock on Friday morning and present their views wbJch be set forth in the form of a mem-. NEGRO, ONCE MILLION A1RE DIESjff EXPOSURE Was a Noted Mining Promoter-Hide Much and Lost it All-Romantic Marriage-Perished In The Mountains DRY DOCK AT PORT ARTHUR FINISHED Port Arthur, Jan. West- ern Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co., having their, first dock 700. feet long, completed and floating gate in place, intend to nut their first re- pair job on the stocks on January Great Falls, Jan; Grove, a negro and one time a millionaire mining promoter was found .dead on Thursday in Johnny's gulch near Rad- ersburg; in -Meagher county, accord- orial with supplemented speeches. The ing to a report brought to Great. Falls expectation Is that the press will be admitted. 10th. The establishment of this on Lake Superior has already" justified itself, as by being able to repair the' "Trevor" which was wreck- ed on Isla Royal a year ago, and the freighter "Dunelm" whereas previous to the. establishment of this dock at Port Arthur, this money would have to be given to the nearest dock, that at Duliith in the United States. The company has already booked orders, in addition; to these boats, amounting to which will employment for twelve at least to: hands. ANARCHISTS IN MUNICH. Munich, Bavaria, Jan. three alleged anarchists were arrwrted while holding a meeting today. Th'eir papers, are supposed by the police to be of an Incriminating nature. yesterday by residents of Radersburg. The supposition is ihat Grove died of exposure and cold, no evidence o.f vio- lence being discovered. Porter .Grove, well known around Great Falls a score of years ago had His Luck Tide Ebbs For a short time after Grovo und his wife arrived Jn Montana they liv- ed like monarchs and it was during this time that he interested n number of white people in his mining Indus tries. Then. the tide turned. The mines failed to pay and it was-impossible tor Grove to secure other funds. He had blown in the stockholders' mon-i ey. Stories were circulated that he VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBRIDGE.' THE FINEST 1APAETMENT- BUILDING- IN ALBERTA. SELECT- FASHIONABLE- MODERN; I f DECORATED AND: FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE. V _ SUITES OP APARTMENTS' WITH PRIVATE BATHRQOMtk> MODERATE .TARIFF, COMBINED'.WITH EXCELLENCE.? SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM PEE. MO.; SUITES ACCOMMODATING FOUR -PERSONS FROM INCLUDING ROOM, PRIVATE 1ATH ROOM, STEAM ,HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE. v-. SPECIAL HOUSElOiEPiNG FLATS FOB TEACHERS For Reservations "apply at--Mansions Office from 3 to 5 p. "FRED-W.'DOWNER, PROP. eventful career. He was born a} bad many of the prospects NINTH HUSBAND SUED FOR DIVORCE Portland, Ore., Jan. El- len Changrow, a Indian wo- man of the Umatilla reservation, is ing Nicholas Changrow, her ninth hus- band, for divorce. She was divorced from seven husbands on one ground or another, one of her husbands'committ- ed suicide, and ..she now desires to be weather. Those present spent an en- legally separated from the ninth. You Are The Judge 30 Days' Free Trial Don't be satisfied with a steel razor the Carbo-Magnetic with the Carbo-edse that you need never hone., ThJs razor is not tempered in uneven fire heat, but by electro-carboniza- tion at. decrees process'similar to that by which dia- monds have.been produced. LOOK TRMX when or where he never i knew, but it was probably somewhere iu Mississippi or Alabama, about 60 i years ago. The war set him free and he worked his way north, being for a number of years in the vicinity of St. Louis. He came to Montana in the early '70 and here began his spectacu- lar "mining career. Get a Carbo-lfagneUc on our 30 day Free Trial need not buy the razor until you "are thoroughly satisfied that !t Is better thsn any other, you ever trieo. For Sale By RED CROSS DRUG AND "BOOK CO. AND GEO. H. LING. .e-itoss. On the Premises, Round Street, on Monday Afternoon, January 16th AT 3 O'CLOCK Are favored with instructions from tKe Assignee in the above matter, to sell by Public Auction and without reserve, the valuable stock in trade of a jeweler, including Higli grade American and Swiss Watches, Diamond and Pearl Brooches. Pendants, Lockets. Charms, Sterling Silver Tankards and Spoons, Tea and Cof- fee Service. Candelabra. Gold arid Silvci: Mounted 'Umbrellas, Bracelets, Bolt'Buckles, Stick Pins, ffeck Chains and Alberts. Handsome Mahogany long-case Clock, '''Standard Time" Clock. Alarm Clocks, Hat Pins, Fountain Pens. Fobs, Rings, etc. Also a large. Jeweler's Safe, by Hall, Jeweler's Show Cases, Large 4-Drawer National Cash Register, [eweler's Benches and small Hxtures and Fittings PHONE 426 FIFTH STREET After -locating a groun of minin that he had located and in this ner had obtained assays which show- ed Ihat the ore was very rich, and all that was necessary was to dig out a few tons occasionally in order to get all of the spending money he desired for the balance of his life. From a that was some- what palatial'the Groves moved to'a claims at Radersburg, from which small home, and from a well dressed jseiier of handsomely lithographed miii. took- a little money he traveled into stocks he- becarae a prospector. .the southern section ol Illinois. Ton- 1 wandering around In the ml- fo, years Maryland and Kentucky, sell- ing brilliantly lithographed mining stocks to those of his own race. Grove explained, in a fluent manner that there were many millions in the deal, and. that white men were ansious to get' some of the stock, but that he would not let them have -the profits of his mines should all go to the members of the emancipated His Wedding Romantic Grove was an extremely smooth talk- bis glibly told story of the easily acquired wealth-, appealed to j the more ignorant negroes, and every i cent that they could raise was put into the stock being sold by the pro- moter. He made several. trips east and each one proved a larger sen- sation than the last. Columns about and his mines appeared in the eastern papers. In a Kentucky 1893, Grove then in the'heyday of" his career and the best dressed" negro! the -natives had ever' beheld, selected the best- Looking girl that he could find and, walking up to her ou the street, said: "I am going to "-marry you. Let's go and tel" your folks." The "next day thV'couple were mar ried, and Grove assembled some of his largest stockholders, chartered a spec- cial train and brought his bride to .Montana. Many of the people that accompanied him never went back, and several aged negroes can still be found in various sections of the state who are still bitter in -their denun-. elation of the old and fgeble man who was: found on a' hill, side frozen death. in hope, that. he might finally locate some wonderfully, rich vein that would once more place him on easy street. Vv'ife Divorcsd'Him After years of ..weary toil the mountains, digging, here and there for the pracious "colors" his health be- gan to fail and was unable to sup pert his Grove was finall) aken-to the-poor hoSse where he time, but finally made ,his way back to his wife am demanded that him so that he ,could; still continue his search :for the elusive lin ally met an accident in -the mo-' .nins and lay for. weeks.ill his humble cab in 'before a' rescue party finally brought him .back to civilization. Abo-ut a -year ago' his wife secure a divorce .on the grounds of non-sup pore from her one-time millionair husband, and ever since -thai tim Urove has, .his. home in Raders burg. One of. the. .paciiliar features con nected with Grove's history is tha within .the past .year or so some won OBJECTIONS HAGUEAWARB derfully rich" gold- ore has been found in the vicinity, of ana that two large -companyi are operating sucessfully in that section of the coun- power for both producing mines being" transmitted from Canyon Ferry over the high electric tension line" owned and operated by former United States Senator A. Clark of Butte. Since leaving Radersburg Mrs. Grove and four 'children moved to Helena, Sere, they now reside. Still Contend that Bays are .Qp'eiv' Seas Ottawa, Jan. ..made, at he department of Marine'and.Fisher- es. today elicited the' ,'nited States. upon Canada any formal objection to re- flations as defined hy the Hague tribunal with Atlantic fisheries, but if has'been in timated that It has such objections. From other source's "it: is learned ihat one American contention' the finding of the. tribunal as fo'.'bays "re- fers oniy to fishing' therein and'that the said bays are '.'otherwise.-.. be treated as open ocean rather ritorial. v.. Many Sessions first fish- cry conference lasted, about two .'hours! and was-only sufficient to open up the. complex -subjects Newfoundland. regulations.; It parent that a number, of sessions will be required to "-reach agreement upon the. that the people of Newfoundland are reluctant to permit'.the -Board of'.Ex- Derts created under the Haugue award SPOKANE LADY AT? B.C. LEGISLATURE Suffragist Will Demand Rights for Women In Voting c r Spokane. Jan. securing the passage ot the day and six-day week law for workers, Mrs. May Arkwrifht; tbt of a .local stated' today that flhe Trould 'ton. fcrar" states of the. white tte leg- islative sessions are m progretB ind for: he i bill. Leaving Spokane next T.uesday will visit Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria; B. where the provincial. will be" in-session; Olympia; session of the Waahlngton Portland and Salem, during the sion of the Oregon legislature, and Boise, during the session of tbe Mftho ,ture; legislature: The convention cf from- five states in they hare tte Idaho, Colorado, W> oming-and TMtei br the. Eastern Waahington leader also RECIPROCITY IS GETTING DUBIOUS CHICAGO MEN BEAT UP NON-UNION WOMEN Chicago, Jan. men believ- ed by the police to have been striking garment workers, were pursued sev- eral blocks, and fired at repeatedly by [policemen, after, having beaten'Mrs. Lottie Mills Paugh, her two daughters and Louis Barnett, .all of whom are non-union employees of Hirsch Wickwire, clothiers. CAPTAIN DID NOT KNOW HE WAS MISSED .Canadians Will. Wait Till American Tariff is Lowered Toronto. Jan. special from New York to the Telegram's Wash- ington correspondent says negotia- tions between the States and Can- ada have reached a serious stage, so j terions disappearance Sunday night far as proceeding in broad lines lier dock here, has been located concerned, owing to apparent inabil-jal safe and rogulaiions w ity of the representatives of the Do- from the wharf, here by tho j force" unless som minion Government to escape condi- heavy gale the Captain hraded for tions which hedge them about and! shelter and after lying behind the Is- prevent coming to agreement of at the mouth .of the bay comprehensive scope desired and Wiarton, reaching there Monday, pected by the Taft administration. Owen Sound, Jan. schoon- er Isabella Sands, which a mys- to. pass upon the legality; of of the Newfoundland .legislature how- ever, basis for .the they are prepared to a yery liberal construction concerning the United States fish-rights in Canadian waters. One-Question to be settled at the outset application of F.ofeign FisQing Vessels 1506. which im- poses on fishing ves sels restrictions in addition -to those of. the old act of 1905.' ?also a .question of; right of-: Newfoundland-! ers to board United States vessels and bringing them into-port under certain i conditions. V. The Newfoundland .law {x prohibits the shipment of Newfonad landers as members of tlie crews States fishing vessels- pirag; their vocation in Newfoundland waters. It also prohibits Sunday ifiahius'.aiid the use of purse-seJnes. The' prohibitions are obnoxious to'the fish- ermen, with the possible exception of the "Sunday They arc not., now in effect, their operations havins; been suspended by the' modus vivendi, .which was reached' last year as a preliminary to !'io adjustment oJ the fisheries dispute by.the Hagne-tribun- al. But as the decision of that tribun- al has now been rendered the old. fish would apply in full iometlifog is'done' by the present conference to reach a bet- ter understanding. FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BABUBY Wire or write us for on car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary .Poet Office Box, Drawer >107 Those wessern farmers who have been fearing free wheat from Canada can forget that nightmare, as there probably will be no free wheat. This- is due to several things, the most im-j portant being that Canada does nott ask for it and would probably not ac He was o.viite unaware that there was any anxiety about him. cept it. The reason is that the inter- j b ig 6 w h ests concerned with handling dian wheat on railroads in the eleva- LuD5 fever, or as it used to be en tors and by steamship lines, want to i "Inflammation of the Lungs" and LEAGUE IS POSTPONED Lung or as it mccl to be called, The inroads of lagrinpc have neccs- fa sita-tcd tJie postponement of the the -Southprn Alberta Delating Ltagiic hold on to that carrying, are holding results come entirely from a local source; briwron H-t YMC the strongest. Indeed, it is said that such ag a cold_ which i rs farsciv buying Canadian wheat and breathing: a cough, at first dry. hut soon Jay cyrmr.s at.the builrtWR. bring it in for export, thus getting accompanied by raising n thick, stickv, 'hc a back about 60 per cent of the d.uty .Vriatk-r, composed of a OoniriHr irovpnmcnt would be I ti i t, 't snhjtcl is Itrsoivofl that Inf. the Cananian goverameni wou.a oe mtxturc of phlegm and bloml. Rrmihlinr of as asked to put. an export tax on wheat. Tu0_ svaieir, ot as. It Vonlfi be too early to say that _ Thcro 1S _one wo-v to in the Lnitco Slates is prof- lowered the tnriu ratner man nm me i1 risks at home by talking free T> i. n Alls'iri TI- p- ?'Tav' tlw tnoW Mrs- G- Pattullo, Ont.? Siirac tfKm that Kat, j ._________.-------- writes: "Three vein ago Tcaughtr. cold last spring. The Medicine Hat team which ended :n a severe attack of Pncu- is II. Rrown antl C. G. Rarman. I The Waddington- Stuckcy Co. .Beg to announce that they have Di solved V Partnership the HAT, GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH BUSIXWB. The business will be carried on under the firm nwne of E. Stuckey Son. And by strict attention to business hope to be favored with the patronage given the old firm. SAUCY NEGRO BEATEN TO DEATH Paisengers on Train Entering Resent Impudence ing Car Porter Memphis, Tenn.r Jan. 11 A suit of bis impertinence toward pas- tad helped her. I a tie nn-1 sencers on an inbound train this oiorn- 'T-S k15 ing-Jlm %nc2ro porter beaten to death. The negro mane Kiplcy Transfer Cft, Draying pVoraptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 58S. Opposite frlethodist Church. laome impudent replies to passengers' i whoso names cannot be ascertained the trade mark; tbo'pricr; nnd they.beat about (he head and nn-v The T. Milburn. PRICE FOR HORSES Gait, Jan. Wonfherall, I of Cr'ickston Park refused the' templing offer ct Cor ar.d two of Toe of- fer was TV.n.Te a weli known Amer- Co., Limited, AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice, Is.'action Lire ir.J implements a specialty. J.A. 414 Wood St, Aiiierta. Retcultr