Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRDDAY, JULY I, 1909. "T PAOE IEVIH. LYCEUM The FAMILY Theatre DAWSON MAY..............................Manager Bobby Wilson Eccentric Comedian Biff and Bang The Suicide Comedians. Late big attraction with Parker's bigger shows Latest Moving Pictures Commencing Next Week The Chromophene. The latest invention in MOVING TALKING PICTURES MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., 1. Farmer's Daughter 2. Mashing the Masher 3. Saved by his Dog 4. He can Imitats Anything am Waiting for Yon and the Summer Time. The Simi Letta Trio The best triple bar act ever seen in the West' CONTIGUOUS PEKFOBMANCE Sensational Case In German Capital Berlin, July Philip Zu Eulenburg had ari attack of henri fail. j ure in ffourt today, while undergoing art ejcainimition at the hands of the physicians to determine his physical fitness to stand trial on charges of perjury alleged to have been commit- ted during the Hardenvon Moltke case, which was an outgrowth of the "Round Table" scandal of 1907. When the proceedings opened today the presiding judge asked the Prince if he was able to follow them. Zu Bulenfaurg, who was pale and seemed to be suffering, answered that he did not think so. The Judge thereupon reminded the Prince that the com- mission of physicians upon arriving from the castle of Leibenberg, had seen the Prince walking in the ground but that he had at once entered the castle and gone to bed. Members of the Commission declared that in their opinion the Prince sufficiently strong to attend the trial. They de- clared that when they examined him he had simulated weakness, and check ed his breathing to affect his pulse, thus endeavoring to deceive them. The Prince, who was sitting in an easy chair, arose at these remarks and stood trembling before his accusers. Resting his hand on the railing in front of him, he said: "That is not true, that is not true! I have never pretended. I have an in- terest in being well. I want to get through with this trial and what would be the sense of my pretend- ing "Why did you hold your breath dur- ing the medical asked the Judge. "I did no such retorted the Prince, shaking with excitement. The public prosecutor thereupon de- manded that the Prince be placed un- der arrest and not be permitted to Before ruling on this request, the Judge consulted with his colleagues on the bench and uecided that Zu Eulenburg should be examined. While undergoing it, the Prince was seized with cramps of the heart. His pulse rose to 132 and he fainted. The Princess Zu Eulenburg and the Prince's son were thereupon summon- ed from the Prince's room. Restora- tives were applied, and after the Prince had partially regained con- sciousness the court reassembled. The Prince lay on an invalid chair with his eyes closed. Prof. Kraus decided that the Prince was not able to go on with the trial, whereupon the public prosecutor withdrew his motion for, arrest, and the case was adjourned in- definitely. GERMANY WARNED INCREASED DUTY ON LUMBER AND SHINGLES Ottawa, July the absence of the finance minister, nothing is obtain able here as to what action the Gov- ernment is likely to take in regard to resolution of the Vancouver Board of To Take Notice of Speeches at Im- perial Conference Berlin, July Conservative Deutche Tages Zeitung, referring to ence, says immediate results which conference may achieve are secondary in importance compared with the ob- ject which its promoters have in view It would be politically unwise, it con- tinues, to consider the speeches made at the Imperial Press Conference as merely the outcome of groundless an- xiety or nothing more than a trick for preparing people for increased ar- maments, the cost of which is to be shared by the colonies. On the con- trary, Germany must look at the in- tended not the actual effect of the speeches for to postpone taking ac- count of the propoganda until it has jroduced definite results is to pur- sue an "ostrich policy." "Invasion "spy may serve as fit objects for ridicule, but statements of responsible minis- ters cannot be disposed of merely by attributing them to groundless an- xiety. CONTRARY TO MORAL RULES OF CHURCH London, July a vote of 224 Trade respecting increased duty on J to 24 the Church Council which was rough lumber and shingles. In any such a change as asked for would have to be by act of Parliament. VICE ROYAL PATIENTS Ottoaw, July Gfey, who is suffering from scarlet fever is reported to be progressing favorably. Captain Newton, who is also suffering from the same disease is doing well at the Isolation Hospital. was attended by the leading bishops, clergy and laymen of tne Church of England today declared that marriage to a deceased wife's sister recently le- galized in this country, was contrary to the moral rules of the church and to the principles of the scriptures. Furthermore the use of the Prayer book in the servisce solemnizing such marriages was deprecated in strong Vote Early and Often Queen of the Carnival REMEMBER any unmBmed lady of the city of Lethbridge is eligible. Vote as often as you like and for whom you please. Votes, oc each. A solitaire diamond ring valued at to the lady receiving the most votes now on ex- hibition in C. Ross Tate's window. INSTRUCTIONS Place the amount for number of votes you wish to purchase in envelope and drop same in boxes. Be sure to place the lady's name on envelope plainly. LOCATION OP VOTING PLACES Ott's Pool Room, Upton's Pool Room, Wallace's Pool Room, C. Ross Tate's Jewelry Store, and Lyceum Shooting Gallery REMEMBER the GIRLS. Fellows they WANT the DIAMOND RING WOMAN, LION AND HORSE Feature Act In The Trained Wild Animal Circus With The C. W. Parker Show POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver Hotel C.HANSON, Prop. Just Opened Up-to-date in every respect Only white labor employed per day Ford Street Lethbridge Envelopes tor voting at every booth counts a vote. Name your sweet- heart. When you've tired of cooking on these hot days, just re- member that the Alexandi a set ves delicious meals at popular prices. It's a restful, cool, airy place to lunch ot dine N. H. Murray Prop, A ROAD DEPARTMENT TO BE ESTABLISHED Edmonton City Council Takes Import- ant Action Edmonton, July city council create a roads department as a ns-v branch of civic government "was one of the many important recommenda- tions which the commissioners plac- ed before a full meeting of the coun- cil last evening. On account of a very large amount of street they have to maintain the commissioners advis- ed that a co-operative department be organized to deal with, this work the same basis as the other operative: departments the city, viz: Electric light, water works, telephone, etc. This department would be organized with a superintendent fully qualified in this kind of work, would deal with' the maintainence of streets and side- walks street sweeping, clean- ing of crossings, opening of new streets under the instructions of the city engineer, maintenance of catch basins and all questions of street I drainage. The organization at pre- sent is that the city engineer's de- partment handles all construction work on the streets after being con- structed the work is to be handed to the operative departments for op- eration and maintenance. On report being adopted, stops will immediate- ly bf taken to procure a suitable man for the position. "NERO" THE ONLY RIDING LION IN THE WORLD In this act the most powerful .and dangerous enemy of man engages in a friendly performance with man's best friend among noble horse. In this instance a beautiful woman, Millie Barnes, with the nejve of a Roman gladiator, is the peace- maker, who holds spellbound the no- ble representatives of their kind by her gentle., mystic influence'. TJiider her gentle sway, the horse loses its terrors and the lion his native fero- city and fear of fire, he springs through blazing hoops while his' mount is running at full speed around the interior of the huge steel cage, in which horse, lion and lady are im- prisoned. Thus beauty, fidelity and uaiiger are mingled in a moving pic- ture of thrilling grandeur. Feature Show at the Carnival Wee.k of July 12th to July 16th Inclusive on the Public Square of Leth bridge. For Western Canada's Great In- dustrial Fair at Winnipeg, July II to July 17, 1909, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company will have in ef- fect special rates. For full particulars at to rates, limits, etc., apply to near- est C. P. R. ticket Agent. 174-9 HSSY LHKB The But New Town on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest line f Two coal mines in operation A first-class brick yard in operation A branch of the Union Bank I An up-to-date hotel A practising physician i. All kinds of business houses A fine Assembly Hall which is open for engagement Some Things Grassy Lake An elevator iS NOW Getting plant Town Property is advancing rapidly. Some business lots are now selling as high as Buy Lots in Grassy Lake and Double Your Money Business Lots from to Residential Lots from to 0 Joy, Look What's V 1 Leth idge Free Carnival ATTRACTIONS FURNISHED BY THE C. W. Parker Shows H. 8. Tyler, Manager ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING Monday, July ]2 FIVE JOYFUL NICHT8 FIVE HAPPY DAYS 18 Big Shows on Street 6 Sensational Free Acts GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS ILLUMINATED PARADE CROWNING OF THE QUEEN Featuring the Largest Trained Wild Animal Circus in the World TWO HUNDRED ULTRA MAR- VELOUS ANIMAL ACTORS. In eluding Lions, Leopards, Pumas, Panthers, Tigers, Elephants, Dogs, Ponies, Monkeys and Riding Sea Lion. Two Steel Arenas and Elevated Stage In this Mastodonic Attraction, "NERO" THE ONLY RID- ING LION IN THE WORLD FBEE! TWICE DAILY THE "GREAT BENO" AERIALIST EXTRAORDIN. ARY. THE HIGH DIVING CAPTAIN-LATLIPS-DORA. 105 feet in a tiny net Concert by C. W. Parker Amusement Co. Famous Military Band. DAINTY DETERMINED "VIOLA" In Circle of Death in a Hollow Ball DARE-DEVIL VALEAR In his Sensational Act of Leaping the Volcanic Gap on a Bicycle. BEN of skill and Daring on a Slender Wire Broadway Belles! A rhymeful, tuneful musical show with a reason. Twen- ty helpers, mostly beautiful girls. Consisting of high class specialties, refined comedy, latest songs, good dancing. Everything up to date. An entertainment for ladies and children. PHARAOH'S sweetest story ever told. PARKER'S KEY SOLO FER- RIS WHEEL THE HORRIBLE ITALIAN JOHNSTOWN OF CARRIE DIAMOND TONCUED STEAM CALLIOPE. Katzenjammer Kastle Human Roulette WheeT The Tyrolean Alps The Outlaws Tcddie Bear Circus "Big The Ragtime Opera Baby Kangaroo and mother I For Particulars apply to J. R. PERRY, Jun. or Box 411, Uthbrfdjc, Alberta WM. SALVAGE Grassy Lake, Albtrta Date, July 12 to 16, inclusive Lethbridp, Alberta Excursion Rates on all Railroads Under the Local Management of THE BROWN AMUSEMENT CO. Ltd. Frederick Wm. Brown, Mgr.