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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta y, July TO, 1013 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Baseball and Football CftRKIVftl The celebrated Con. T. KENNEDY SHOWS At Athletic Park II to AUGUST 2 Largest Gklax'y of Shows at the kind in the World A Week of Merrymaking 10 [RULE N E A L 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE 120 Thirteenth W., Cilgiry 406 Broadway, Winnipeg, Man. SAYS HE WAS SON OF GREAT STANLEY Sault Sle. OnL, July IJeath this morntng solved thb mys- tery of this parentage of jnclt Stanley, a member, of .Cornell Price Stock Cn., .when K. few mlmitafi -before ba dledju i-.erj hunitya lodsLnys jhwe, he announced himself, a. 'ion cf Str, Henry Stanley, the'AWoan oiplor-' er, and a Graduate of Cambridge, qual- ifying In medicine and surgery. He S thirty and .married. Freckles Ucn't Hide Tham With a Vail; Re- move with the Othlnft This prescription for tha rumoval of frechlee u-aB written by a prominent physician and Is UMiall; BO successful in removing freckJen and giving a clear, beautiful coirtOexlort that H Is fioh) by J. D.-Hiffinbotham Co., un- der an absolute guarantee to reTund the money Jf it tells. Don't hide your freckles .under a veil; get an ounce of othlne' nniJ movo. them. Kven the nret ap- plications should show a wonderful improvement, some .of -the. lighter freckles vanish eiiflrely. B'c sure to aak the nublp strength'olhlne; it In this tb'at s sohl on the money-back guarantee. Will'Raise Fund and Carry on Active Propoganda for for the Purpose Editor Lethbrldge Horald: JnferrjjtUonal. Scots Home Rule League has been formed "to unite 8oota Home RularR throughout tha world. In promoting tho establish- ment of ft national parliament in Scot- land." U'is now some years since there ex- in .Scotiand organization de- voted solely to promote the move- ment for Scots Home Rule. Tbo question has Leen kept alive by po- litical bodies with various aims, aud by. loyal friends both'inilde end out- E.rto of parliament, but tha absence of a popuUr and representative so- ciety to specially attend to Us Inter- ests, long boon legardert as an undoubted disadvantage. Under modern conditions the solu- tion of a great political question nende lo a lurfR extent on the effic- iency of Us organization. The trade, labor, temperance and other movements have each not only one but several special organizations which are devoted entirely to -their peotf interests. Whore woufd tree trade have been tho Free Trade Union and the Cobden Club? Where would tha Labor party he without the Independent Labor party and trade unions? Where would temperance reform be.wlthout Abstinence Socletloa, and Good -Tamp lara? And how cmi we hope to have a parliament In Scotland uuleia those who. want. It band themeelTea toge- ther and fight fov it? The therefore, for n-separate body to mote, HonYe Rule; for Scotland is ap parent. The eginblish'inent" of'a parliament So- IB essentially la nations .which" (o -patriotic Scots. frreBDEptlvfc of The Free' Trader and the Protection let, the local and the antl Yfttolst., tbe CoDscriptkautit and .the no-conscription 1st may all believe tha the affairs of Scotland should h'e con trolled Jn Scotland but they ]t aloof from existing societies .which advocate because" they car not assent to -the othor plankc ,01 their platforms. The Influence there- fore of a largo number or people ban hitherto been lost to tho cause 01 Scoln Home Rule. But (hat need not continue. 'The International Scot a Home Hula 1 sue welcomes to Us ranVe; all tnei nnrl women who approve or. HE one atid only object, the establishment.o EL national parliament in Scotland Already it la thoroughly represent.! tive of alt clsjaes. -Us Hat of honorary presidents, which Is-drawn from al parts of Scotland, includes tbe names of Principal -Sir Jamea Donaldson, St Andrews; Lord Aberconway; Str Jas Scott, Tayport; Sir Htnry Sullenly no Peebles; Sir.Henry Mncro, Inverness, Sir Alexander Rap, Wick; the Coun de Seem, the Lord'Pro Auction Sale SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Thursday Next, July 17th AT 1.30 O'CLOCK PROMPT on tha No. 643 8th St. South. FRANK ii with to aell by public auction and without reserve tbe following: superior house- hold furniture and effecta, including: Handsome S-Ptece Drawing Room Suite, Mahogany upholstar- ed in silk tapoatry. Mahogany Drawing Room Table. Mahogany Oomblnaiion Secretaire and Mualo Cabinet Rattan Drawing- Room Set of S Dining Chairs In Minion Oak, leather seated, Mission Oak extending DJnrng Mission Oak flnffet, with heavy bevelled mirror and leaded glass doora. MiBBlve MUsEon Oak Lounge, upholstered In solid leather. Mift'slon Oak Dinner Waggon, Antique Oak Stand, China Cabinet, with nhejvea. Wrought Iron. Hanging Electrolier. Large Fnmotif Oak Hall Settle with loathor seat. Solid Briis Bed, ntted with col) springs OaCnrmrtor mattress Solid BMSB Bod fitted with DomSnlon Spring and all-wool Mhttwua. KandEomc Mahosany with extra large bevel plated mirror, tfahogany Chiffonier. Misalon Ottlc Dreaier and Stand. Solid Oak Dresier and Stand.- SoJId ORk CSilffonlar. Drop-heid Singer Sewing Machine in ftrat clasG runninjr order Krcollent RefrJaeralor, "The ChaUenge" McClary Kitchen Range, in splendid condition, Baby Boggy Kiie'ncn Utensils, China; Glass, Crockery, etc. Also an aisortmont of choice Huge, Carpets and Curtains, in- cluding One Victorian Axmtnater Parquet Uug, 1ft x 9. One Axminater Parltir Hug, 12 it 9. A.Xminster Bedroom Carpet, 11 x 7. fiftnulne Indian Hug, 10 x 12. Throe Rideau Prluged Carpet Squaret. quantity of Wilton and Brussels Stair CurpetlnB- Gobelin Porteiro, Madras and other curtMnBk The Auctlonter respectfully prompt jttendancfl, .TERMS CASH; AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 461 cf Glasgoiv, Dundee tad Blgto, he Provosts of Lrelth; Montrote, Loch- oabori, fonlcufk, Newrallno, fjoan- icad, Uadybfthk, Peterhead, Banchery Blggar, Airdriej .KIrkoudbrlgUt, Roae- icarty, Sanqubar, .TllllcouUry, Onllan- der, Kelan, Blairgowrte, Mar- Wliitburn, 'Bridse-or-Allsin; temoulh, and Port Seltm; ox-Provost PollohshawA; 'rorost Hosa, ei-Provoit Laing ex-Provost Andersofi, ei-Treasurer Blisetj Ab- ii-deen, Profesior PhHHmoro, Her. Bnrr, nnd Councillor Roaslyn lllehclf, Olfttgon1; fldr. Dr. Glasee, Ghtrles Sarolea, Dr. Rae, Wick; Andrew I.indafty, Goispie; J, Armour Brown, Ksq., Palaley; Harrj' S. Murray, Esq., Galaahlela; James Thomson, Esq., Dundee; James "Esq., Slonohaven; J, M. Vf.-'A. ninwiddie, Etq., Duvofrlea; M, Alackenzie, Esq., For- roaj and many others. The honorary mcmberBhip of the league la free to all Scois Homo Rulers who care to .pply. The bufiJnesf; of the league Is con- trolled by a. board of management, carefully watcheB every move- ment in thu con trove ray, Hector Maopherson is president; City Troa urei- Ixirne Macleod, Bdinburgh, and D. W. Kemp, J.P., Leitb, vice presidents; and Councillor Edinburgh, ie general secretary and treasurer. U appoints adTitorj- com- mittees and local correspondents to attend lb HB InterosU, Ladles, auxil- are formed lo enliat thftlr co- lon, .and asfllfltance. Arr have alao beec made Lo afflltation of kindred HOC! vhole organization in worthy ol (be great oauae which U seokfi to pro- mote. The .wort bf.'th'e league will natur-1 ally ..fall three di- visions. Nov attemyt -has yet been.' made, to secure the sympathy and sup port of. Scots who are now.-resident in-other." lands. .Many of them' aro keenly 'interested in -the' welfare ot the ol3 countrj; One of the dlatloct- ive features of the "league will -world-wide of Its operations. It.vwlll undoubtedly he received with entiv.UBlasm by the colontea and America, who, 'through HB med- ium, can make "their influence felt In the roothei1 countrj'. The composition ot the House of Co mm 003 where the 72 in ember of pnclianicnt representing Scotland ivitb members from tha other pane of Great Britain, it pe- ceasary to educate constftae'n- ctes, and its repreaentatiTes on this question. The political support of England, in particular, is essential to the 'success of- any government of Scotland Bill, add arrangements aro being made to'-aubnilt to them the case fdr ScoU Home Rule. The campaign In Scotland will .be characterized bj thoroughness. The headquarters league will bo fi> cJose touch every conitftu- eticy in tho couhtry. By means of public meeting's and the dissemination of literature, expected to.reocti the adult popula'yon of Scotland. Ini-; port ant papers sou various (he Huefition have already boen pub; lished, and others by Principal Don- aldeon and various are in coursa ot preparation. H is also proposed to issue a periodical under the editorship of Mr. Hector Macpher- son; will he devoted entirely to furthering Scots Homo Rule. Is opportune for a great effort of this kind. Proposals are at before House of Com- mons (o grant a parliament to Scot- land, The government of Scotland BIlMntroduced by Mr. W. H. Cowan, M, P., and supported by a large ma- jority of tho mernfrerB of parliament Cor .Scotland, IB symptomatic of re- viving- interest in the queetion, Tt cannot he too strongly urged, how- ever, that It is tho -duty of the litry to Introduce a Government of Scotland BUI. That must be done speedily. But how IB the government to be Induced to more? Jt must be aatls ATTHIBIiTE MY CURESOIELY Ami Eiitiniy Ti QVX-, Dae. ax.h, iboa Por the past yein, I had fufulfttUcks of. DyapepsU, I codld -not digest my 'food everTtttng ctused the moat affohiziag pain m my atomach. I ftuiul attack ot at .tiniej, I had no movement of tb.e boVcU for two doc lota, attended me for tiro give me. all kindi of medicine but did, "nip aq good. Mr weight came ..light to only So pounds everyone thought -I was going to Finally, I hid me good fortune to try "Frml-a-Ut-ei" nxm ILS T to UVe them, I Mi belter. 1 the treatment, and to my great Joy, I Readily iiaproved, Now I feel .very wall, weigh 115 pound if and thU is more thin I ever weighed even befote my illneu. I attribute tny cure solely and entirely And CAD neter praue tit eta too much for Mving my life. To wUvhoaafftrfroin Dyspepsji tttd Com- I (on, I recommend "Frnlt-i-tiris" a ih.ricaloua "remertv1' MRS. STAFFORD. 500 abbe, 6 for lire At Pnnl-a-tirei Xlmited Ottawa. fled that people of Scotland are in tamest in demand ing self-govern- ment. The man who disputes the proposition .that Scota desire to man- age their national affaire, might as well challenge the accuracy ot the muUipllcalfon" table. The cry of the Scot lor legislative freedom lias too often been drowned by ihe Bbrlefca of other groupH. .It baa been faint rather than fun-throated. .The Intaraatlonal Scots Home Rule League Trill improve the political physique ot the Scot, and help him to crash through the'l lattvo "-bonds with which he IB Qualiy yoked, .Tho League IB at'-present raisins a und-of prorJde for a Scpti Home Euie campaign, with the object of fringing, th-e _ question mere prom- inently before tBo'public, and of in- duping BarHa.merlt; to grant .tho de- mand of those" who .desire to have dealt' with in Scotland; Nowl.that- the merit has tba movement may slip-hack-'offing to thn pressure ot oUier or Tvhen It may-be brought nearer realization, tr wlselr, djreotcd, the Immense., im- portance great concerted efforl o Hit the cause the fore- front of Immediate "practical, politics cannot be over-eelimated. It is aential, that 'a, substantial fund should ai the Tvprk is to be adequately .accorapUeh- TO-NIGHT ONLY MORRIS THEATRE TO-NIGHT ONLY 5 Big 5 Pantage's Vaudeville 5 Big 5 IN "A DANCE DREAM" HEAVYWEIGHT JUGGLER. 'THE SHADY MONOLO- OIST" Tojetti and Bennett Alfredo Mai-shall, Billy Maim One Performance Only Claylon and Engllih Chapplu and the Joiiiitiic." Bimbei'g, Marion and In Melange of Songs and Music. FEET OF PICTURES Prices 75c, 5Oc and 2Se Seats on Sale at Theatre Box Office Doom Open 7.3O GUIDE Entire Change of Program at Star- land Today The program at Starland today will le changed throughout, the new bill containing several worthy attrac- tions. feature for today will be "In Their Hour of a most delight- ful-rural drama, full of the spirit of IOTB and charity, yat sparkling wltii quaint humor and the happy side ot country life. It will assuredly proTe to be a Tvelcome feature of the -bill, Another fine attraction will be "Her Innocent a powerful arn drama rfjotographed' ia pictur- eaque .The comedy end of tba bill will be well -cared for with A number, of really funny ft fro B, and completing the program will be shpwa "lilfe "among Narajoa" Rod "California Poultry" two exceptionally Intereitlng OgUfiS. Vaudeville at Tonight the Morris Patrons of ihe -MoiTiB Theatre to- night "will Bee one of the beat vaude- ville aggregations that has ever vtEit- ed Lethbridge. Five big headline acts and test or animated- pictures. This 1a the same bill tharpJays'the entire Panta'so's clroult, starting at Chicago, playing "Edmchtori, Victoria, Portlftud, San'.Frajiclfco, -and''' back ed. The "league appeals to' ScotB through tho middle Etatss to Chicago. The prices are trithln the reach of all, across the seas .to asBlst in this pat- riotic workj and correspondence and donations to the funds should bo ad- dressed "i- am, etc., F. J. ROBERTSON, General Secretary Jfc Treaeurer. 18-Warrender Park Creeceat, WILL TAKE FOR WIFE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE DUKE FIFE A, P, and, judging from the ready made, the tfceaire taxed lo ita full capacity, -Manager putting in nn or- chestra for the which will add'greatly to tho performance. The doorB..will open-at 7.30, and the per- formance commence sharp at'eight. Owing to the length of the program, there -will only be the one perform- ance, and the man a gem ant that every otie-will kindly be In their seals-in good, time. Bijou Theatre r The programme lit the Bijou .to- night tomorrow Is lulJy up-to the standard maintained by the "theatre and even a little better than usual, levers of goofl drama should not mitt "Oil and by the Kallni Co. The Btory I: well told, amid aceuea of beauty unexcelled, and the admlrcra ot the classic Greek London, Julj- The raurt circu- dance are sure to be delighted, as Ibis lar issued tonight contains the one ol tie ol the produc- loirlng announcement itlon. A roaring comedy and a atrong Men and Women, you-now hava a Chance of Your Health Slnca the Importation VIGOROL THE OREAT FRENCH TONIC Into Lslhbrldjt by Mr. Hlgln- botham, tho Loading Druggist WeaV and run-rtown, lirod and ftlU ot pains. Do yon you cao feol better in a few days (C you aro onlv vriic ennugb lo mke VIQOHOL, the Groat FYeneh Tontc. Your palna and aches ulU go. If you are rwi-down, no ambition, tired and lazj-, VIGOROL, wll make you VIOOHO1. builds up Ihe nervea, puriflns the blood romoves- rheumatism, cleanxeft the lystero, drives out everything that pertAlna to dls- DUeaae cannot live where VIQpROL JE. Why suf- fer? Surely your life la worth a few dollan. Well then, you can buy VKJQRQI. for one dol- lar a botUc, or six fire dol- lars, Hfgrlnbofham'a "The and Queen bare receir- ed the' gratifying intelligence ot the betrothal ot His Royal Hlghnesi, Prince Arthur of1 Corinaught to Prin- cess Alexandra Victoria, the DuchMi ol File, their Majesties' niece, to which union the' King has gladly givcn his consent. Prince Arthur Frederick Fttrick Albert is tlie son o( the Dttke of Ooa- and Strathearn, govornor- general of Canada. He was born January 13, 1883, and has served as personal aid to King Edward. VII. and King Geoige V. Princess Alexandra, Duchess ot Fife, 'is a daughter ol the late BuVe of File and Princess Louise 'Victoria, Princess Royal, the daughter ol King Edward VII. She was born Maf 17, 1801. Princess Alexandra underwent a tbrilllog experience in December, 1911, when the Peninsular and Ori- ental liner Delhi stranded during a storm, on the coast o! Morocco, near Cape Spartel.. The Duke of File, the Princess Roy- al and" princess Alcxaidra and Maud were rescued in lite boats. A lew weoks later the Duke ot died as a result of the hardships he had en- dured. Alliance Is Popular Ixindon, July The British press welcomes the betrothal ol Prince Ar. tiiur of Connaught and the Duchets of Fife, as a rnost auspicious event. Prince- .Arthur enjoys both In and tho Array. He the King's representative many foreign courts. The Duohew is of a lomewbiu' retiring- Is one of tlie weilthleit women in Bng- (nad, owilnf asiMO comPl8te bm bound TSN C6NTB SINGLE The Empress AND THURSDAY Thli Splendid Two-Reel 'Special Feal'urs Ifa. FOR THREE STRENGTH and CUNNING EXCITING SENSATIONAL TKRILL1N3 OTHER EXCEPTIONALLY OOOB ONES 25c. FOR THREE No Advance in Prices TEN CENTS SINGLE BIJOU THEATRE TOMORROW "OIL AND WATER" A Romance of ths Stage, Beautiful Scenes, Embracing Faadnitlng Greek Two HeclB of Continuous Delight PHOTO COM I POLO MATCH ENGLAND VS. AMERICA Have You Heard Ihe Bijou Orchestra? Monarch Th'eafre- The manayathcnt of the Monarch lo- eht are presentint the greatest mil- itary f feature ever .shown.) In Leth- dge, ilQ'-lhTBe reel a, ty tixe- famous: 101 Cc." TMs tufe Is i daring waf productlop, and -faii-Iy Siliratea intense erest beginning to end. Be sure and aee It; U's positively great. A. roATlng comedy ivlll complete a the beat yet, at ID Special Attraction at the Empress "StrenKth and the lead- ig Item on the programme for to-, day and tomorrow IB another .great two-reel special feature, for which the press IE now so well Unonn1, .The plot IB excellent and the desperate' character of the outrages perpetrated by two- members of a gang of des- peradoes am moat, graphically" told'In (he picture, and the highly dramatlzed- fiimle la one of the very best ever shcftvn in the picture world. That standard fa.vorite, Patho's eel. ebratcd British with its very latest In European events, Is of world. do fnteresf, and' always There ars two most artistically- act-" ed and, staged dramas: "Lady Betty's and "Acrosa tho Mexican that are the beet of their kind, For the amusement of the children, both young and old, "The QrlppScd heddy jpear" IB hard to heat. So ba sure and bring the kiddles to see It: t's a good one. By LINES VICTIMS OF SUNDAY TRAGEDY AT QU'APPELLE LAKE3 FOUND THIS MORNING Regina, July i5. At; ten o'clock this morning the bcdies of OlaE Aspitund and Eric Westman, drown- ed in the lakes at Fort tJuiAppeHt on Sunday were recovered. F. G. Wheat, grappling with a gar- den and fishing hook, discovered the bodies. Vi'hen raised" to the- sur- face it was found that Weslman and Aapllund were bound together by fishing line. The line iras tangled about the wrists of Aspitund render- ing him powerless, while tbe remain- der of the line was wound about arms and body, holding the former his side. Their struggle to free themselves only seivcd to bind them more closely, and when raised, (he lines had to he cut toseparate bodies. ATHABASCA ELECTION HELD ON JULY 20 Edmonton, July deferred election in Athabasca constituency will bs held Wedneaday, July 30, with nomination day Juat one weak earlier. Wedneiday, July 23. These dates have been, decided upon by returning officers in wboao hands the dccJaiorj aa to when the election should be had boon left. Only two candidates are In the field today, Ihe Conservatlvea having- selected Mayor James Wood as their repre- sentative, while Hon. A. G. McKay has been selected ao tho Liberal stan- dard bearer, ENTIRE CHANQtt In Their Hour of DellgliUul Rural Drams "Her Innocent Marriage" Powerful NYcstern Drama "Life Among the Navajbs" Interesting and Educational .OTHER QOOO ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT. 'Sheridan's Ride'; The Greatest Military Yet Produced In Three Reals, by the Bison 101 Company. Sea It, A -.Comody too, 10t 10c. A." four-year-old, boy naraud Meyers, wandered In 'tLo woods around. Grav- cnhurst for daye and nights and camo through boat and rain, unharm- ed. He subsisted oa borrlea. CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships Siul from Fort William atf 2 p.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays For Port ifoNicoll ancj connecting with "Steam- ship Empress" for Tor- onto and fill points east. "Further particulars nncl tickets from any Canad- ian Pacific Ticket Agent. Depot Ticket Office Lethbridge ;