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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, .July THE liETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD t as a Cucumber THE HOUSE of .SURPRISES' Clea Crysta M ot a locomotive engineer, foi the safety ot her son. A! RAILROAD STORY. Absoibingiy dramatic mid _. (otichlng; In which the giey-hnlied mother after making her way through a seveie thu-jdoiatorm, rinks her lifo THE INDIAN'S SACRIFICE; MlfrJiLlOIIOUKE IS CUBED: Cog-wheelB in his are o you double laughtei. TOKPEIH) PRACTICE by the U. S. A, fop-Notch Indian Drama. It. is a superb picture m'ot tin InUhiti'B honor and sacrifice. COMEDY. Mr. LJug.iouKc has "Rats T Hli Garret." plainer words "HE IS NUTS." older, and .the7 operation lie goes -through -wlll-inako and 'instructive marvelous Plio'tography BE PREPARED FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. Mn Tlirni. World't 3 reeli, 60 (111 llnOO A stnitling, stupendous story Lddleb specially Invited Sweden Leads, British Empire Second and the U. S. Third Latest Report From 'the Olympic Games Gives British Two Points Lead Over Americans Goulding Wins Today Hiawaiin Breaks Swimming Record- Results Opening Days Events Stockholm, July British present is two iiolnts a head ot the'lUnited States, this advan- tage being mainlyi.due to the result ot tha cycling road race in Lease, of South Africa, of Great Britain, were respectively first and second The result? so far have given Svv eden 48 points, United States 44, Great Britain 34, France 18, Soutl Africa 11, and Australia 1, The opening event today wag tin inetre race, in which Goulding, of Toronto, is the favorite. Stockholm, July the Olym cison and U. Jiad inaugural ceremonial the mtc national committee, 'vhich include icpiesentatlves of all nations undo the leadership of'Oiown Pilnce GUI tave Adoluh, of Sweden, assemble on tlie Held in front ot Ihe annsse comnelitors A bjg male choir wa formed at the fai end of tha stadiu and sang a-hymn while several band plajed The court pastor, the Re Oscar Clemenb Achfeldt, pipached short sermon in Swedish The Rev. -RoberfTJecourcey Lallan of the London, an old rowin anan and1 a member of thev Britisl Olympic then steppe'd (or "ward m Ills cleiYc'al robes and off era a in aver, speaking of the gathermi as in the interest of peace and friend ship While everybody stood uncovered tha whole assemblage sang the LUthc hvmn. "A Mighty Portress is Ou God The Crown Prince made a brie speech 'and afterwards King Guslav V lose and declared the Olympic games 6penpd His Majesty laid emphasis on the great hone had been done to Sweden in Being enabled to greet her friends and welcome athletes Iron, other na lions to' peaceful competitions His expressed the hope that idea of the Oljmplc games old would be followed these modqra games to the great benefit of health of nations t> 'i American Victories Stockholm, "July .7 -The American nlhlelfb won two notable av t'.e K. C. Craig o -the DctioiC'T. M C. A captured the final" 01 100 metres '.Janes Thorpe, Caihsle Indian s-hool, W Pentahlon, a seneb of five Three Jos- eph Keeper, ot Winnipeg, M M Brock of Toronto and'Frank l.ukeman _of Montreal, figured crcdilably in Ihe [various events, In Uio.lOO meter lace qAng's lime 10 2 o seconds, equation Ihe Olymnir iccord, Onl) one other number 01 the piogtam .was concluded today That was the. Peutahlon, which was intended to be a test of all round prowess When this, e1 cnl was in- cluded in thc'Olvmpic games, conser- vative old English and 'Americans, who herclafoic had dom- inated the fieid sports, icganlcd it suspicion and as a trick llu4 new comets (o gain points which wcie not contemplated m the original pro- giam. The Indian, Thorpe, bv his victory, his position as, the legitimate euccDssor lo Mattinv J. Sheridan, as an all-tound ath.c'le Ot Ihosc who entered this competilion llm four Am- eticans, Thoipe, Brundaic, Uonaghue, and Menanl slarlrd m all llm cvenls and slajed to the end Ihe'Norwegian Hie, llif, Oanadiah Lukcman and Ihe Swede'Wieslander. The lemi-final heats of Ihe 300 met- res ami Ihe try-outs for running high jumps put, (he Americans in the posi- tion of' pra'clicallv owning these cv- cnls, six representatives of this Unit- ed Sl.ilcs qiialifi.jng foi the duals in liolh conifelitions In the mel- rcs Tewanima ol UIP Car- lisle Inilian iclrool, Joseph Kceperfof Attleboro, Mass qualified for the ijnai One ol the surpnscis.of the daj was the running of the little Finn, T Kolehnuuncn, who defeated the great, metres The 'tuo Scotts, I3nt ish ami Vmencan, did, well Jn that heat but'the trainers were dibplcascd the men insisted' on running foi blood instead of plarcs. The iimncrf. in tiio lead m the 800 metres and metres indulged in home tACiting racing for first while otheis, were suic for the fli-al, reserved their sticngth The disappointments of .the day were the inability ot Howard P Drew, colored, of the Springfield Higl school, to compete m the final o! the SOO mci res hccaus6 of a strained Kle and the failure ot the popular Kalian champion, Lunghai, to_ get a place m the final of the 800. The athletes ot the Uiuted Kingdoni whose predecessors taught the world sprinting, long distance running and bicycling, had a bad day Except- for Hhc colonials, Great Britain took a hack seat, having no representative m the final 100 metres, being shut -'out of the final in the 800 and having small prospects of the metres unless the colonies carry the nion. Jack to the fiont. This naturally lias depressed all Englishmen, both the athletes anrt the spectators, but thpy carried ihem- seh PS like spoi tsmen and v ere piompt to congratulate the Fran time to time throughout" the ftsrnoon a cyclist entered the stad- um, h'ack, haggard and dustrcovpred of Noith States, tlilrd r time 11 seconds. D JfcConnell, Canada Fifteenth heat won-bj icm the lace ovei around Lake Malar the rough roads The race, j icgan ae 3 o'clock this I'as ovei a distance 'ofT-ahout 200 inlcs, was vvon of South who covered the distance in 0 hours and 12 minutes Grillib, and, was .second and Carl SchulUe, lansai Citv, at (ached to Ihe St nuis Club, Ihird The team'race ombined with the iijdividual compe- ition, gave Sweden first place, Fng- and second, and Ihe United States liud The Swedes had advanlage. j faniiliarilv with the tortuous! lack Summary of Events complete summaiv of Ihf track ud Held, events foljovvs 100 Metre Race. lOt 1 rceoid. 10 4-5 sec- nds, tvM> men in each heat to qimllfv "frst heat won lij Ltitliei, bv ofnuH. Second Sweden; jncl H S S7ala1, Hunspiy Time 1-2 1 lih d heat won for Coui tuev. nlted States: Klin- ry. Time 11 seconds.'; fourth 'heat, by no, second Smeilmiii k. Hur-- m tl seconds Fifth heat won bv afc) Hnfland second. South frica; time 11 1-5 RecpndB. Sixth hunt on by: Raub, Germany; Raw, ungarj time [1 '1-2 leconds Seventh eat won by Alwtralin: aflcoml: elter, Belgium: timfi 11 seconds..1 Eighth eat won by second, dn, Holicmla, Ume 11 Anderson, United 'second, Kern Germany; time- 11 seconds. Sixteen tl heat won by LIppincott, United States iccond, Applegrarth, England; time 10 3 icconds, breaking' Olympic record; ah the world's record. Sevenleentl heat won by Craig, Unlted'Slates; seconti Szbotii, Hungary; time 11- seconds. 100 Metre Seml-Flnals First heat won. by Howard P. -Drew United States; time .11 seconds. Second heat won by Patching, 'South Africa; time 10 9-10 seconds. Third heat won by Meyer, United States; time 30 7-13 seconds. Fourth Vieat won by Craig, Unilei tales. Time keconds. Fifth heat won by United States. Time 10 7-10 seconds. oivtn heat won by Beiote, United States, 1-10 seconds. 800 S71 4 ynuls, OJj mplc iccord, 152 4-5 Two men In'.each heat to qualify First heat won by Caldwell, United States, second, T-unhl, Italr, time 1 G8 1-5 Second heat bj Alanu, England, lecond, Putman, United States, 'tln- Third heat won by Edmoundson, U.. S., second. Canada; time 1-2. Fourth heat won by D.ivenpoit, U, S second, Hulfoid, England, 1 Fifth heat won bj Holde ond, Bjoprn, Sweden time 1 6S 1 Sixth heat won by Soutter. second, Shoppaul, U S ____ England', time 2.01 Seventh, heat won by Brock, Caiiadn second, U. S.; 'time Eighth heat won by. Henley, Enjfla'ncl; Raub, .Germany; time 2-5. Jivelfn Throw Best hand Record 179 feet 10 1-2 In by liemmlnff, Sweden, '.with a throw of 60 metres and G4 (103 ect Saarasto. Finland, with a throw of 58 ;metrea and 66 centimetres, second; Vach, Hungary, with a throw of 53 me- tres and 50 'centimetres, "third. 100 Swimming Won by Duke Kehunamaku in one nlnute and 2 2-5 seconds New world's In the -second round of the -100, metres are, In heat three, of United btates vaa first, Jacobs, Britain, second, md Xiikeman: of Canada third. Tn the 1500 nieties shimming the best icat w us Hodgson, 22 mi nu tes 23 sec- >nds The. semi-final heat of the 100 metres iwlmming1 proved a fiasco, as the Amerl- inns, MpGtlltviay, Jlusaaffh and Diike Kuhanamaoku of Hawaii, nho had IjuaU ed by winning theh heats in the pie- 'iotis round, 'remained :.on the i'mland in the beilief that the event' w'as o be contested on Some of the Competitors piotested against the semi- is beh.g held, the1 mates second, OlnEeshoIr.; .time. 11 3-Jfl gftconds. Tenth, hfiat won by Jaoolis, aer ond United States, time 10 4-B seconds heat bj P V. United Stales, second, (bird Mdulntrt-iii, (irtml Britain, II. n. Ueaaley, Canada, fourth; time 11 Twelth hoet b.v fierhmdt, UnKort Stntoa; -lailteniRn, Oanndal (Iflic 11 1-10 secoiids, Thirtcrnth- heat won by Mownrd, ,1'anadn; acconil. ing. Kouih Afiloa: tfme 11 Beconli foui >nv th would be (Unless foi the tbree tastest comneti- ors. The round, vcorn1 'lUcil Hcnlv, ot Auatralla, won she list heat In 1 minute 5 3-5 second" 'rettliiK ol swam In the ecoml heat In 1 minute 4 3-5 seconds Hawaiian's Achievement- Tluougli bis fillhire of. undel standing vhcther on the part' oC the: Swedish coiti- mlttec 01 the Ameiic.in jnanagers, the icuis m ij the tinii of the vent Ilic Hawaiian. Kahanumoku, lie tall: of the town today, not only for vhat ho docs, but for the it HIU in whith lip does It He lias -light the populai fancy and the piesi- ent Brltisli ;Savins Society as oficicd him a valuable uu> if he 100 luetres In one.-inlnuto .during :ie Lontests Onl> a few persons on the inds last night lealfred tiiat a world's lecoid liaii gone when Kahana- moKc vvon his beat in the 100 mcties in 1 mlnuto Z 2-1 seconds, 'jncl no demon- stration followed the performance. -He illmhed out of the 'water and walked: to Results At Stockholm Stockliolni, Jlily, third day programme In 'he athletic section 'the Olympic games .'.was a full 01 and .varied in character. It Include the triaj heals of tlie metre high Jinn the Standing broad-- jump, (lie tri heats In the relaj rac shimming, wrestling, fencing, gym nastlc, and part r of- the modem pel tathlou, Goulding Wini July. the first ha of tho1..1' metre walk, Oeorg Goulding, of T. oi onto, was fust, E bb, England, second, HT Kasmuson Denmark, P. Aldaml; Italj fourth, W J. Bngliuu fifth. 'Colliding, making a maghif cent spurt in the last lap, won by 5 fards.in 47'inin. 2nd and 3rd In the final of., the standing brom C. Thicllteras, of Greece, won with 3 37 metres Plan Adams, of th 'evv York Athletic1 Club, vvas'seco'ni and B W. Adams of New York, third, with 3.27 metres. Relay Race Stockholm, July race. 401 meties, trial heats: Canada unopposed; United States, unopposed, Gieat Britain, 45sec, un opposed. Sweden, 4'lsec, unopposed ermanj beal Austria, 41 'J 5sec Hungary beat Fiance, 45 TlOsec. U. S. bent Britain metre race, semi-final: The United States beat Great Britain Time, 42 l-5sec 13 thej400 metres relav race, Slates. team was disqualified for iver-running. In Wrong About Howard Winnipeg, Inly Howard he Winnipeg 100 metre sprinter, now I SlocWjplm._haiv been piotested by "he Swedes, on account of a rro ional-race with'Donaldson in Soulh Africa, thiee jears ago Before this trip to the Olympiad, he ,as nev er been off the continent lace Matirfee Poorly Punk 'Affair the ciressinir rooms Iiltr wlillp unnoticed feiiow countrymen of otner swhnmers bundling tbem uw iy in bathrobes Running Distance Event, In the first beat of the 10.000 mclie flat race; -II. 'Koiehnlalnen, of Finland, was 1 Koepei, of fanuda, V.BH sec- ond. 'and''TO yards behind wlnnei HIet of France was third, a.lap behind. 800 'Semi-Final The 800 metres semi-finals.- .second heat. Brock of Canada: was tfi-iit; Caldwell anil Kdmiindsen 'second and third respectively Motor' cycle In, tho Lake Stotoreycio race of 200 miles, Lewis of South Africa retained tho championship: Ot-ubb of Britainwas and SclmllH. United Slates, third, and Mercdllh of England fourth; Brown of Canada came fifth among (he ri.15 competitors. :ent un a yiHI of weicomcwhen the ria- llonal colors d Some of ithc lldeiw wetc glad (o tumble from (heir wbceis Into the arms of Ilielr handlers: others, put on a proud spurt when thev col into 'Ihe limelight of (he stndiuih. On Schedule Time The performances In thn stadium be- m promptly at !t o'clock in .the morning ind ronlinned until 7 In (he In he meantime the tiding were, holnsr carried on In a ,1 tcenth heat won bi A K Andcrsoit, jiailt Tne swliunilnir Louts Scolt of South Irat- Cngland, second K Tlioniag. 1'nKed and finished after lunch JIatinee races are always doubtful tfalrs, and the the exhibition ack Saturday 'afieinoon, postponed roin Dominion. Dayx-wns no exception the rule Nothing verj classy dvertised, consequently nothing eniarkable can be said crowd, hich was conspicuous, by its absence he' events nothing to write ome about, and the small gathering hich was in attendance found more musement m maUpg functor them- elves than m the races The results. Young Drmkall came home a wln- er In the first event, with Humphries ecoml. Young Scoll was good for e second position, when his saddle ipped jasl at the turn into the home retch. The lad saved himself fiom erlous accident, in all probability, by clever vault fiom the horse's back. e got up unhurt and was soon seen ding another mount In another race, pparently none the worse for the erience he had. Harneas.-Raee The second lace was a special, in hich Pathfiiidei, Nellie K and Stan y Dillon tried conclusions It was pacing event, and in tho first heat ellie K was fiist in, Stanley Dillon cond and PathfinBer thiid. Nellie broke on the shetch, and was plac second, and Dillon was given Ihe at. The second heat finished with anley Dillon a long distance ahead sills K 'and away be- nd The 250 trot or pace was won b> nything, with Black Billv second, d Vermont IT, third The horses nulled the second lieat in the same der SK runners faced the starter in fi cond qnaite: mile dash, and Lady lev, nddeli by Drinkall, was firfct, th Ben Goid, ridden by Whilnej, rd The -fifth event, five-eights of a mile sh, was vvon bj Williams, ridim? a i-'mare with Whitnej on a brown llion, second. Biown Beriha copped the mule racs th Gtrei -Mollv second The "last event was a match race between a blown rldikn by Whitnev. and n bay gelding, ridden bj Humphries They finished In the order: named. FAMOUS PLAY TO TEACH LESSON PARKER'S WILL RE VEAL NEEDS OF THE MOD- ERN BRITISH NAVY London, July 8 Herbert 'J re IMS given tome Idea of L N. Park er's which he is to pio duce in September Foi one thing Sir will not appear I It. Lyn llaiding will take the p_ai of Drake, and Phyliss Neiison-Tei i, that of The ,latte part has been .carefully written, am avoids of1 scandal.' Tin play Is divided into o three scenes each, and covers the per lod to'lpSS. It seems tha to seme extent It.ls' intended as a elation..of tile iweds, of the moden English navy. Of the play, Sir Heibert sajs "The caree.1 of Drake is replete with in structive lessons for us of today, am his epoch Is crowded wUh Iremendous issues, which ma> be studied with profit and 'advantage. In wilting the developments of thq plot, Mi Paiker Sept such consideration well In view. "However gieat the powei of the modern newspaper may be, and, hovy ever vast Its influence, I still believe hat tlie stage has no equal in its cap icily for appealing to the Imagination and of awakening to activltv Ihe in- ellisence of Ihe people The plaj opens in Hampton Comt with a meeting of Queen and Drake in 1571. .The second scene depicts the pass across the Isthmus if Danen, and scene three the m t Plymouth in 1573 Act two jumps o 1577, and opens In Drake's garden al Plj mouth in 1577 In scene two la lamoiisjihlp, "Ihe Golden vlng at the port of St. Julien in 1578 s portrayed' Scene three shows the ame vessel at Deptford The last acl begins with Ihe year of he Armada, 1588; the first scene sets orth the famous picture of Drake and lis comrades plaj ing bowls at Ply- nouth -Hoe, when the Armada was ighted Scene two is aboard the Revenge at set The play closes with tie thanksgiving sot vice before the liont of Old St. Paul's, nfiording splendid oppol tunity foi spectacular isplay of-which Sir Herbert is tak ng full advantage. In order not to overlook the love terestr Mary Sydenham is mtroduc- d, while the ourlam falls on Drake England to "hold fast the entage w e leave you OLDFIELD LOWERS THE STATE RECORDS Butte July like a demon with Ills cigar at its inevitable till, Bainc) Oldfield, in his 300 hp Chris tie, 'lowered his previous Montana stale recoid for a mile us driving the distance In i5 I-T seconds today, at the conclusion 'of the. Ciiuiiiuer of Commerce race meet. Yesterday lie drove a mile in 57 seconds, the new mark of today tsk- Ing 1 1-4 seconns off Oldfield also won the deciding heat of a 10-ml.e match with Ilehiemann. He drove a Clno and Heinemnnn a Barney making his last mile In 58 1-2 seconds with the CJno. He defeated .Herb Rellly In a Immlicap, driving his Cino against n ford. Oldfield with Ilelncmann "Wild1 Hill Piitich left tonight for Portland, .where they I race t mid 10. ROYALIST MOVE WAS A FIZZLE ISBON REPORTS THAT IT WAS CONFINED TO FEW SMALL DISTRICTS Lisbon, .Illlv long expected ojalist imneriient began vesterdaj, it, according to official informalion, has been checked The outbreaks ere confined foi Ihe most pan, lo me small districts in the north lie telegraph communication which is cut at Villarcal and -Bragar is been restorc.l and the railroads ve been cleared of obstructions It appears that Captain Goucicre, e Royalist leader with the bulk of forces well armed, is encamped ar Montalegre, hut Ihe government s troops along the fiontier capable, is announced, of exterminating the yalists if Ihej show libhl An official note sajs that the g nson Montalcjrc has been rein- forced and has slopped the adv ancr oi 400 Rovalists under fioucicrc An- other sn'all band, hovvcvci, is advanc- ing along the road from Vcrma and a column has been senl lo Uhaics lo engage it. lArrcsls continue in various parts oi the connlrv and the Tlovalistb aie offeung little or no resistance. A bomb exploded lodav in a house in Lisbon, blowing off the roof Jnd killing a man named who ir- cenlly was acquitted of the charge oi (.edition It is believed Hint Cunha i as maTiini; a bomb at the time of HID explosion Several others were wounded. Majestic Theatre WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th ORIGINAL Prices 75c and 5Oc Next attraction July 12, Texas Ranger >ROMINEflT: MAN DEAD St John, X B July Ham- ilton Livingstone, one of the mofct piomment btisinees men of St John, passed ovvaj today at his summer home, Carters Point, in the ninety second ve.u of his age. He was a brother of the late Dr. Win.1-Living- stoiw, and of Rev; .Martin Ontario, and.an uncle of Hush Liv ingstone, preiident editor of tlie Glasgow (Scotland) Herald ROBT.-SUTKSRI-AND pEAD lugortoll, Ont, Julj SutheMand, .M. 1'. v. tor tast iviiviaie sex. diedi tonight'foi operation appendicitis. At pg-eient there Is protest pending agalnit hi) election. OF LIFE BY FIRE Ottawa, Jniy to stat- -by the Commission of Conservation, were burned to death In Cnnnila last jear. Tor the flratvfonr months ot IC12, seventy- Bcvcii oeople lost their lives by -fire. BISHOP FALLON'S SHARP RETORT IERY BISHOP OF LONDON PLIES TO CRITCISMS, AT FRENCH CONGRESS, London, Ont, July illi Ulbhop Kailon, ol the Catholic locese of London, has issued the fol- iw ing statement "It is only on m) return, to' Loll- on after a month's absence from my occse that I have been made lullv ware of the piocccdlngs of the cnt congress of the language Quebec in which m; name and mv ssunivd decisions formed a subject r discusblon I cannot believe thai le members of that' Congress would i me a conscious injustice 1 incline i the conclusion 'that _ they i wcto ade the victuna ot a ratho. clumsy rick nnd I lealire that in all omibcuous gatherings it is almost cvitdble that some irresponsible m- vidual should attempt to introduce topic concerning which it would be ic height of impertinence for either mself oi his audience to express an mion It was sonic such thing that acluall) at Quebec "I have never made any regulation regarding the absence of nu prn-sts from their parishes in the matter of the congress of the French1 language, OL m any other manner. 1 have nr-v- cr fixed their leave of absence for any reason to a dav or to any number of days On refeiencc to my records I find that leave of absence has tncen apfllied for leu limes in Hie lafi six months In seven cases n was grant- ed in three, refused Bui whether ptrmission was granted or was'with- hcid mv decision was hasijd on rca- that had to do exclusively with MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) r y'Beverly" a Beautiful Play Fashion is a tunny thing and in which styles are originated, esiiecially in articles of feminine at- __ tire, sometimes occur in a very way Although Geo Barr McCuteh- eon's "Beverly" has been published for several >ears and although there appeared on the cover the hook Harrison Fisher's conception of the ideal "Beverly" garbed in a most ravishing hat and veil, it wag not un- til last spring that the "Beverly hat" t became one at fashion's craaes. NOW in city of the country where ''Beverly" has appeared the women, have gone crazj over the heauUes the Beverly, hat and It is being copied far and wide U IB a. low crown hat of heavy white beaver with a hioad flat bfira Around the edge about an inch and a quarter wide is a band of pale blue velvet, and draped over the crown so that it fails flown the ides m a beautiful shk vei blue, the whole forming a in pale iatlon tbat though simple is more than beau- tiful. The play will be produced at the Majestic Theatre on Wednesday evening, July 10. 3 FOUR KILLED IN LABOR FIGHT In no instance was the my people congress UNIONISTS AND NONUNION MEN MEET WITH EXCHANGE OF BULLETS Lake Charles, Louisiana, our men were killed and four SWH, niblj wounded m a pitch- (1 battle between union and non-run- workcis and guards' a lumber mill at Grabow, the French language or anv" similar] I oinsiana, a mill towa fifty miles event an issue m nn rulmg.> coutse, I utlcilv dcnv'the cpinpetence j oi anv officei I., p congn-ss, ortn'pi this cilv. t The "dead aie Gates Hall, Royj Brov.n, andean un-y hyi ;red or undei what auspices Italian lonoiuice jiukment'on me-in tbcj Morion and Brown were TO-' .....Jiso o! mv. jurisdiction .and 1 ,'Ott men A pirtv u[ 200 union men lotice llns latest occurrence pre-jfrom Dtndder under the Ifaderthip o! vrnt a villainous falsehood A Lemerson, president of-the Bro- ng unchallenged mlo Uic realm pi Timber went to inston M k Fallon, Bishop where atstnte is in progress in a meeting The proprietors! the mill and his non-union en.plojets, n is said, met and 'in a noidv- ciasli Ihat followed someone fired a revolver This vt'as followed'by a tusilade, Tioubte lias- Item hicvving for some timij, it is declared. The mill at Gra- l.ovv cmplovcs but workmen MRS. GIBSON'S MISHAP Kingston, Ont, Gib- son, of Calgary, who came here to vis- it relatives, fell on the station steps, atter, getting ott the R train, her right T nrlet Your Spring Clothing will accord with the freshness ,-nd bcai.tr cf cy'rs and verdure if you send it lo The Crown Cleaners in lime for Ihe first balmy days oi sprlnf. will make your last tprinf- sult or overcoat look like a new one vv hen we have cleaned 1 pressed il at The Crown Cleaners Opp. Wttlty'ChuriX PhtM 4T4 ;