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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 17, mi. THE I ETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD PlftS MAJESTIC THEATRE W. I. IHIRMAN, PHUNI Ml TWO NIGHTS Thursday and Friday, Jnly 20th and Sherniu Cleveland preMnt 'The Honeymoon Trail' A mutinl comedy IB two staged 20 SONG HITS ,500 PRICES 20 30 LAUGHS LOOK ARTISTS 30 500 ONLY SOc, 75c and Now Selling FOND HOPES TURNED ONC.N.R. (Continued from Front Pago.) The in every part of the dit- .trict.-.wilhoiit a single exception, arc looking be tier than at anv time for man> >ears and it is 1 1o be hoped the brief storms of ycs- terday and today will have resulted in no material 'damage. Girl Two arrforous young1 men named L McCntcheoh, and- A. Tissue, who got I Into so wordy and scrappv dispute over the object of their combined af- fections that proceeded to blows on'-the subject, were afterwards clasp 1 et! in the endearing embrace of the law On Saturday they made their to Magistrate Mokat, who fined each SlOiand costs. Now, will you be good, bots A Blood Indian named Enul Scout, brought before Inspector Belcher gow, lisle and Manchester A LIST OF THE KNOWN DEAD (Continued.from Front 6008E T. N. Shaw; Hui Sudbnrj-; John McConal BODIES FOUND ON THE ROA 'Boden, no locaiioii, Ottawa. VICTIMS CLAIMED BV WATER- Will Tarlor, Reading, En land; Montreal; Apr la Jllcndoux, .Mervln Strai Porcupine: Katchen Haas.'. Spokan Wash.- Stanley NMcboIfon, Guelph Joe Lebreta, wreitler, Ottawa; on day-old child in mother's armo. on with blijing whlsVcj He fined J50, or the altem.ifcive'oi a month 'In jail. nunibw ol picnic parties droie out in convejancps Sunday morning to a point eight miles west of town, quite a of tlir party going flshing cipcditib'ns 1 A hVrnesa business-has been opened out m the premises adjoining 1 the Elcctrie.'Sjipply, Co.'s store. Robert Sharp .hai removed hn-hak- ery and confectionery business front iiift old stand-in the'east end town'to Crahbe's former premises i ;R. Grant of Fernie, spent a few hours m town Saturday, rc- noirlng -old acquaintances ulth his i numerouB admirers Iteie Gordon Tucker_is nursing an injured I liiiib and wallnng around on crutches aa a reiult of his participation in the firemen's sports at Medicine Hat last Tuwdaj- On a recent Sunday the Methodist thiireb at Pishhurn; was btciecked 1 T ith decorations in the shape of wild from tbc daisy tp the wild ruse An appropriate sermon was de- luered hy the "pastor student, Mr r.duards, on the occasion. One fea- ture of the service worthy ol spe- cial ten-piece orchntra led the music Rev. Dr: "Somerville, at Toronto, treasurer o( Church In visited Pfnoher Crmk last TO FLY AROUND GREAT BRITAIN Big Prize Offered by London Newspaper; Route Outlined London, July encircle th 'tight httle isle" in the air, is lu task anilntjous aviators bj th .ondon Daily Mail, the prize him up by the newspaper for the teat bi ing rlhe contest comprise iour stages with a mileage total miles, each stage being divide nto sections of from ,20 to .182 mill n length The race statts July 2 at Brooklands, thence .to Hendon, twenty mile flight for tuning ii[ Then-from Mention to Edinburgh yi gate and Newcastle with stop at each place From Edinhurg n Bristol bv-wav of Stirling, Glas Lea mak Bristol the bird men wil for Brighton, stopping en route a Exeter and Salisbury Plain, then, short 40 mile Right from Brighton t Brooklands, the starting point feature of the race is -that aviator wll not he allowed tn chanpe an section of their machines, Mch piec hemg stamped beforehand to prmen this, also the machine, .will be thor oughlv tested j HOME FOR OLD FISHERMEN Gloucester, Mass., ing hv erprripncf that many agei fishermen are unable to earn enougl moncv (n tinier to keep them Iron starving, puiposel) commit crime; that n.av secure winter qnar ters escape ihe poor-house, Judg Sumner, in the York District '.Court has started tn fund for a home for Gloucester fishermen.' He.has'alread raised a considerable sum and is as gurtd of having enough before colt weather to leajje 4 juitable house ant establish his PRINCIPAL LADIES COLLCQE AT REQINA Quelph, Julr Unnie Bol-r MA, ol hai appointed ladi prlncljwl of the -ladlM' college under- conetruc ten Rcflna. Mini Bollert hai been for time Iwturnr at UnlTcnlty, New Tork. Waterton Lakes Resort is now open under management of Jensen Bros., successors to W. 0. Lee. New Hotel, Good Fishing and Boating, Mountain Scenery. Automobile daily from Oardston. For information Jensen Brothers Alberta. CLOSE DOWN THE MICHEL MINES (Special to the Fernic, July Manager Wilson, of the Crow's Nest Pass Co> in an interview with' Hie Herald representative here today, coii firmed the report that the Michel mines of that, company have beer closed "indefinitely, and notices to thafc effect have been posted. It is supposed that the sealing number eight mine at that place-on account- of the company SASKATCHEWAN KING GEORGE MDTEPLACDE IN MAY VISIT CANADA London, July greatly pleas- ed Is George V. by the democratic note in the Irish and Welsh recep- tion g and. by forecasts of the welcome he and Queen Mnry will meet next week in Scotland thit he is said to be'considering seriously the feasibil- ity of visiting Canada. Sir Wilfrid haurier and other.Canadian statesmen when here for the .coronation, urged him to do so. They pojnted out that, though as Wales he was in Canada only a few years ago, his ap- pearance as king would have a partlc ularly stimulating effect In loyalist quarters and would serve to check "any undertone of annexation and pro- American sentiment." George V. Is reported as "regarding lie argument in favor of the vtfit as Bound and ELEVATOR OR TWO AT ALL STATIONS What Would Happen if a Railroad Was Built (Special to the Herald) July -A. J. McLean was.; in the "district" recently In connection with the agitation for better ferry accommodation It is un- derstood that a new ferry between Bredih's and Robinson's Flat is out of the question, while a proposition to, move 'the Bastano ferry further east might be, considered. The gtnernnient has taken in hand the necessary improvement of the road across the coulee between For- eatville and Bow City, and not any !OQ soon either, -John Pe Forrest ma been awarded the job and. the arge volume of traffic to the ferry and to the coal mine will justify the expenditure of the neceiearv o put MilH road in first cliai shape. Miss Inez Dane, who haa been in charge of the Eyremore school for he paat jear, has gone to Edmonton or thc not dutv at this school and the trustee will be fortunate indeed If-they cure a anccesBor who will give good satisfaction. T G Armstrong Is -breaking 10 acres on his pre emption for crop nex Mrs D II Ryall and children are returning from Brooks where, thej been for several m on the Lawrence TiCbittg' many, friendi ire glad to see him home again. He nade a quick getaway from the hoe ilRl at Medicine Hat where1'he was perated OD molt aiicceMriitly fo ppendlcltls. He will be uiiahle to work very much for a month or two The crops are looking Almosl llj showem since Day ve pioduced a rfne of "grain nd bj the time rmllwty 10 ullt (next year, It is hoped) there be need for an elevator or two t every station. MEN AND WOMEN CURED DAILY IT THE MEAT FMW MEDKIK of-'good which "l'ruit-a-tivcti" bu done and ii Uoittjj to-tlay, curing hundreds of sufferers from Ft heo mat lint, Neuralgu and Chro- nic of gibers who were 'ilmoit frantic whh Stomach and HiljouRiicse ttill others wjth.Kidttev and Hladtlcr iiia'.iy with apparently CiSti of ConiUpatiuii, Nertoutnew and Skin Diseases. will do the aatne foi you if you Rive it a trill. joe. a box, 6 for Jla 50, or tnal size, At all dealers, or from Fniit-t-tivw Limited, Ottawa. NGLISH LORD WILL NQT: 8CLL OUT New York, N. July owdray, head of the Pearson Oil ynriicate, who has been in New ork for several days on a business jsiion, has issued a forma! denial Wall Street rumors be in- nrts to sell out his Mexican oil in- rtstfltb the Texts Company which ihn W. Gatebe settled from the bonrd of trade room iii Nelson. Dr. Gordon writes that he haft been taken too seriously and that remark "was more in the nature of.-a pleasant sar- casm intended to be of a verj mild j type." His Innuendo was originally called forth by the .suggestion made liy the Nelson board that, pending a settlement, the government guaran- tee the 'nien the Increase in wages, and so secure the immediate re-open- ing of (he mines. A rejoinder from the Nelson board followed. Dr. Gor- don insists, the original Nelson resolution did reflect on'the conciliation board ns if all possible EXTKAOKDTNAKY "Daughter of the Mines" A Story of the Cinadlin West. Water Jug'' "Soap in His Eyes" "Lll's Career" WEDNESDAY Ar Koyal Naval Jtovicw til Spit head. I diligence not being used to bring about a settlement. An impartial reading of the. resolution, on the sur- face, does not sustain hie contention. IMPALED UPON A POTATO KNIFE erigin of the Doukhobors Colony has jonated An urgent appeal is low being, made-to'the other cities ind towns of Jas. P- aged 77, was icat victim''at Out, ter on the (loor.iof their kitchen last night The girl had fallen and been impaled upon a potato kiuic shr was; playfully .brandishing. The panic stricken mother out the knife and ran screaming .for a doctor. He- tuining she found the gnl dead i y.jrl YANKEE GIRL'S REWARD, (Powers.) FATE OF JOE DORR or WHO ROBBED THE STAGE. (Bison.) PINKERTON MAN. (Powera.) NOT WANTED. A roaring comedy. (Powera.) THE FAMILY THEATRE Open Flrtt Curtain 8 CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY Every commtinity In the province of Alberta should have a live, active Children's Aid Society. There are always cases of neglect and cruelty In every part of the country, which should come" under the care, of some person or persons who would .be- re- sponsible for bringing the details of the case to the1 attention'-1 of" ther De- partment of Neglected in order that the parents ecuted for the criminal, neglect of those for whom they should :be-held accountable. A Children's, Aid Society can be .or- ganized in any district where: there is a Desire on the part of the citizens to e such a societj The object nf thm is to recene repoits of canes concerning the neglec't of or cruelty to children, to. irivestigatc all complaints of ill treatment fo place homeless children in good family homes to report on cases uheie ap- plications haxe been 3choired for; children, and ace that the homo (Con- ditions are of the proper hind to which a child should -be sent. A Children's Aid SoJety should stand for socm! uplift samtarj hous- ing, tegular school attendance, a fair chance for jinealle offender, and an opportunity of equal ngnts, for every child who is born in munltv. Those who are interested in wo-k of this kind aie requested to wnte to the Superintendent of Neglected Children, at Edmonton, and If there is interest enough in the community from which the application comes for the formation of a Children's Aid Society, an orgamration uill be start- e'd] as soon as gnen full power under the Children's Protection Act of. Alberta .lolm fj an old time Scar Ijoio rusidcnt, is dead