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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE TTERALT) July HOPE OF SETTUNG STRIKE IS NOT LOCAL MINERS DECLARE THEY WILL NOT YIELD Until Demands for crease Have Been Met Bring Up Strike In House of Commons; Saskatchewan Greatly Worried The local miners held a meet- Ing Iri the Miners' Hall yesterday and- a great deal of discussion took place, ai to what steps to take in regards to the strike. When seen today a number of the'mlnen told a Herald reporter that they had fully made up their minds'to remain on strike until the operators pay them the jn- ereaiei which they want. Asked If, they could hold out for three mere months, they said that they could and would remain out until the they deiire Is given .them. I cause of worry. It Is the fear that j when the cold weather sets in, if the mines are not working Tor some time before that season comes, there will 'be terrible suffering all over both Saskatchewan and .Manitoba, and un- iess something ts done to relieve the situation it will be even than the winter of 1906 and when sev- eral settlers in outlying districts per- ished from lack of inel. while even in the towns and cities many felt the pinch of a slack coal supply. The eastern pcoyle are anxious, and say j tluit something i here Mr. Little towns. DC done. From left for the Pass GRAIN BROKERS HAVE SUSPENDED Minneapolis, Minn.. July H. Jickinson Co., grain brokers, Cbam- ier of Commerce building, Minneapo- is, have suspended business. It was .nnouuced that open trades on the .oaks have been transferred to other rokers, Haliot and Carey Co. getting the bulk of the investors. The firm branches in Aberdeen, Sioux Falls, Huron, and Waiertown, all in South Dakota. Various reasons are given for Ottawa, July Reciprocity is j jthe firm's retirement. U was said thej 'illness of Mr. Dickinson, together with again the order ot business in advisable. house this afternoon, but it will prob- ably be' late- in the evening before the house gets .into committee on resolu- tions. .When it does. J. D. Taylor, New Westminster, will continue his speech commenced last evening. He be" followed by Mr. Bristol, one of Toronto's representatives. The opposition propose to have pre- liminary discussion ou the western coal strike. A. S. Gobdeve will intro- 'business complications, made the move MASSACRED AN EXPEDITION SHOOTING OF CADETS WAS GREAT Canadian Boys Made a Great Name for Them- selves at Bisley Bisley Camp, July 10th Royal Grenadiers, Toronto, won the Prince of Wales with an aggregate of at thy two ranges, being the badge presented by the Prince and At the second range, yards, he scored 4S. I The Canadians who have qualified for the second stage of the King's Prize, to be shot off on Friday, are: Corpora! Trainor, Private Biddy, Ser- geant Instructor Bayless, Lieut. F.H. Morris. Bowmanville, Out.; Private Clifford, Sergeant Russell, Sergeant Martin, Calgary: Captain Milne, Van- couver; Captain Wayne, Regina: Lieut. F. L. Acker, Winnipeg: Lieut. C. O. Morris, Winnipeg; Co'lor-Sergt. Hunter, Vancouver; Major McLaren, and Color Sergeant Hodsou, Calgary. Sixty-seven men were tied at SS and these shoot off this evening for the bottom twenty-four places and among them are four Canadians, as follows; Lieut. Meiklejohn, Sergeant Patterson, Corporal Mortimer and Uent. Snittal. The Daily Grannie was Luff, late of the London Livingston, Rhodesia, July man District Commissioner von Frarik- iirtmrg, two white sergeants, fourteen duce the discussion with a criticism-black police and twenty carriers have of-the action of the labor department, ibeen massacred by the Okarango tribe Then Dr Sproule bring up thejof Bushuanaland. According to na- tive reports the massacre was on Bri- tish territory. The presence of the was explained by the fact question ot pelagic seafjng with par- ticular reference to the treaty recent- ly agreed to at Washington. Miners Look For Jobt Calgary, July mining towns along the Pass in the south country and affected by the strike are in very bad shape and trade is the worst known for many years. The .miners are short of money and have been offering themselves for laboring jobs at a dollar a day. The above is a statement of Mr. Johnson, a member ot the Calgary board of trade, who has just returned from a business trip along the Pass and; the south country. He stated that the miners were in bad financial circumstances. Large numbers of them have'been Ing the farmers and other employers of labor, and. have offered themselves at fl 50 and as low as a dollar a day. The tradesmen have In most cases closed down on the credit business the strikers have to pay cash for their goods According to Mr Johnson everyone IB the south cojTtrj is alive .to the situation and Its serious side The farmers and employers of labor do not -take to the miners, al- though they have offered themselves at so small a remuneration. They are of the opinion that the.sooner the dispute Is settled, the better, it will be for business anu all: concerned, hence there is some aversionto em- plojing the miners and thus help them to continue the struggle. Saskatchewan Concerned' "Very is the way that P." M T Little, of the editorial staff of Regina Leader, sums up the coal situation from the standpoint of the Saskatchewan and in order that he might get some- information first hand as to the likelihood of an early settlement, he visited Loth- bridge yesterday. He says that even now the people in the provinces out- side of the coal area arc beginning-to. feel the lack fuel, bin, their immed- iate needs are not giving them much i that the frontier is not clearly fined. do- SEAL UP THE PORHtf CARDIFF Cardiff, .Wales, July a mass meeting of all classes of workers to- day it was resolved to seal up this port until ship owners recognized the Seamen's Union. In pursuance of this decision coal trimmers and other workers quit and seamen arc refusing to sign on even advanced rates. The business of the port is paralyzed. SOLDIERS IN COURT Port Arthur, July was suspended against five militia men who appeared- in'police court this morning and pleaded guilty to failure attend parades of their companies of the regiment. REDUCED TO A SKELETON DOCTOR SJUDSHE WOULD HE RIVIRRKXPIKRRK, Quit., May 9th 1910 ''I look upon my recovery as nothing short of a miracle. I was for eleven years constantly suffering from Chronic Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation. The last two of my illness, I was confined to bed nearly all the time. I was so thin I weighed only 90 pounds, and 1 everything I ate. Even water would not stay on my stomach. The doctors gave me up to die as the stomach trouble produced heart weak- ness ami I was frequently unconscious. At this time, a lady friend strongly ltd vised me to try "Fnrit-a-tivci" and bow thankful Jam.that I did so. When 1 had taken one box, I was much better and after three boxes, I was practically well again ami had gained 20 jxnmds. I have taken thirteen boxes in nil and now weigh 150 pounds and ani absolutely cons- heart is sound and com- plexion MADAUS ARTHURTOURANGEAU. 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial size, At all dealers, or from Fruit-a-tiy Limited, Ottawa. LOCAL MASONS HONOR GRAND MASTER MTOB DEATH CAUSED BY A BLOW Is View of Crown Prose cutor in Beamsville Tragedy Porcupine, July Porcupin stage of the King's Prize, and Bint; of Brantford, Ontario, scored S6 in the aggregate or within two pomes of >To Kciison for Doubt A Statement of. Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee We guarantee, complete relief to all sufferers from constipation. In every case where we fail will supply the med- icine free. Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effec- tive, dependable and safe bowel reg- ulator, strengthener and tonic. They re-establish, mUtjre's functions in a quiet, way. They, do not cause any inconvenience, griping or nausea. They .'are so pleasant to take and work that they tnkpn by anyone at any time. They thoroughly iip-ahe whole svslern to healthy activity.' Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable ind the use of children, old olka and delicate persona. We cannot oo highly recommend them to all suf- erers from any form of constipation ind its attendant evils. Two sjzes, Oc and 2oe. Remember, you-can" ob- Rexall.Remedies In-this commun- won by Rifle Bri- gade. Of tile Canadians, Private Clif- ford was third, winning five pounds. In the match arranged by Lord Chey lesmore for cadets, Burt, of Brantford. Ont., was second. Daniels, also of Brantford, was seventh and Hagarty eishth, all winninf N. R. A. mednls. Cadets of the Empire shot alongside death list has been reduced to s.xt; of veteran marksmen in the flrst Owing to aderical error at the >eLt-1111' 'rjome, a man reported.missing neve existed. Another name has been dis covered duplicated arid an unidentifiec body was reported list by mis take after identifloa'tAon. This re duces the list from siity-ihree as i stood this morning to sixty as i stands tonight. The bodies reportei at the Frederick Hoiise yesterday ;hai been confused living inei e' now that the max] mum death list has been reached a! though three Powell havi not been found. in Delore have found no. bodies. No ney deaths were reported today. New Liskeard, July H Cooper, Toronto, working at .Dome Mine; Bowers, Copper Cliff; Pieti Depalbi, Copper Cliff; John Biled, a Arthur -Aho', Copper Clif all five of these men, have died in New Liskeard Hospital'from injuries received in Porcupine. the sixty-seven men who have shoot to get into the second stage. Col. Barlow cave special prizes for ca- dets takfng part, and of these Burt came o.ut first with his Sfi. Daniels of Brantford, was third was Hagsarty fourth with the same score; Young seventh with 7S; Paulette ninth with 72; E. L. Kerr eleventh with 69, Hall D. Kerr and Lavson.- tied twelfth'place with tiS each. The Can- adian cadets thus practically swept the board and their remarkable sood shooting is the talk of the camp. MARTIN WAS IN COURT AGAIN CLOTHES' paid-up "policy'1 against the ordinary troubles of Wash-Day is yours if you Substitution doesn't means to you a-loM Of confidence and to the Grocdr a IOKS of customer, An M Wtih-Boanls "just M good" as Eddy's! The city police consider Moore, who was Jet on" on suspended sentence yes- terday, a smooth gujr. He is known to the -Calgary police, and it is knon-n that lie came to Lethhridge with one of the dcmi-mondaines of the norUiern city. When arrested here first, the charge against him was that of being a frequenter of a disorderly house. However, when the Unite piece was found in his posses- sion the charge When he was let out on suspended sentence yesterday afternoon at the District Court, Martin hied himself to police headquarters to get his trunk full of clothes which was hcing held there.. Tlml was where he made his mis- take, for he was lodged in the cells on the original charge almost before ;nt his breath on hcing released from the other court. Mis case came tip this morning, Martin being defended by J. R. Hal- incr. Detective Kgan, who marie the first arrest in Ethel Fuller's joint, was the first witness.' His evidence brought out that Martin had Yisilci this house two or three times during iiis short slay in the city. Evidence vas also submitted that Ethel Full- had on the 18th 'of May pleaded guilty to Keeping a house of ill-fame, .J. It. Palmer asked to have the case dismissed on the grounds that the arrest was not regular on account of Kcan not having asked Martin to gfve an account.of himself at the time of the arrest. Chief Gillespie asked for a remand to call other wit- nesses. Magistrate Ball explained that, he could not dismiss the case in Li I he had heard further evidence to warrant a dismissal, so the case was remanded till tomorrow, morning. DEATH LIST NOT SO GREAT Beamsville, Ont., July he was quite satisfied that the two-year- old child of Edna Comfort had come to its (leatli through a rather than as a result of'iicing throw.n in- to the reservoir, was the .concluding remarks of Crown Attorney Brcnnan at the inquest into the death 01 the mother and child, both of whom1 were found in the reservoir1 on July 5. The hearing will he resumed at two o'clock on the 24th, and in the mean- time the crown investigator, Provin- cial Detective Miller, -win make an effort to throw some light upon the one fact which s pulling the author- ities, the identity of the strange man upon the hicyclc. PLAGUE'S AWFUL TOLL IN INDIA London, July to ;fig- tires received In this city 'deaths from plague in India havo, reached enor- mous total of fifiO; for the half year ended June 30. The disease has taken such a hold on that country its ravages are little heard of except through occasional official sUUillci. CAUGHT JAP OFFICER MAKING QBSERyATIpNS Bavaria, "Jiily, local paper reports the 'arrest of a Japanese major who was caiight ex- amining the recoil mechanism of Ba- varian field guns. The Japanese of- ficer had 'been attached to Bavarian troops by courtesy, and to have been surprised at night by. mak- ing observations by use of a (lark lan- tern, Banlth that headache. Act more quickly than or If your denier does not. keep them, we will mall yon a box (18 pow- ders) on receipt or 25 cents. J. L. MATH1EU, Sherbrooke, P. Q. Banquet ted a Brother ol Whom They Are Proud Lcthbridgu Masons last night liclil OHO of ttw most successful ceremon- ies in the history ot the l.oiige in Ihe city, on thi! occasion of the in- stallation ot Tims. McNalih ia his cajiacity as Cirand Master of the lirantl Lodge of Alberta. Mr. Mc- S'afob was installed by Past Grand iiastcr J. T. McDonald, of Calgary t the lodge rooms after which CJrnnd Waster Mc.Vabb installed E. Adams Cirand Junior Deacon. Hi'- Leech, of Taber, and Mr, Mcl.achlan, of ilacleod, were also installed as Grand stewards. The visitors present at the ccrc- uOny were R. Patterson, M.L.A., Deputy Grand Master of Maelcod Alex. front Colc- inan -I. T. Stcpbenson, D.ll.G.M., of District No. 3 from Taber; Messrs. Leech, lowing and Veale from Mr. McLachTan from Mac- jcpd, and H. .1. Smith, pas't D.D.G. M. from Pincher Creek. After the installation ceremonies the company repaired to the Leth- bridgc Motel, where North Star L'odge banquctted Bro. McN'abh. The banquet was one of the best ever held In tlio city, with seventy quests pres- ent. After the toast to III'1- Kins: hud been duly honored, the toast to the Cirami Lodge of Alberta was pro- posed. This was responded to by ,1. T.'McDonald, of Calgary R. 1'atU-r- sou.iof Maolcort J. T. 'Stephenson. oKTabcr, and A. Cameron, of Colc- I'n proposing the toast "Our Guest" Dr. Mewbiirn made the speed of the evening. His'speech was ar oE Mr: McNabb, a man, he said, probably gruff as to exterior, butr neverthi'Icss kind at heart, election as (.jniml Master was honor to the', man, and to the North .Star Lqdge.-as Veil. In ills Mr. McKshh said that iiis heart was willing to do every- thing possible for the good of the 1-o'dge, and he hoped his fellow mem- >ers never have any reason for being ashamed of the way he had done his duty while in office. "Our Visitors" was the next toast and :was responded to by. Messrs. Graham, Smith and McLach- lan. The toasts were interspersed by songs .from K. A. Cunningham, Mr. Pelts' -and' Mr. Holt, while Aid. Sage'and L'. L'.'Asquith rendered suit able readings. At 1.30 the asscm, blage .broke up after the singing of Auld Lang Syne. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "bat THEATRICAL BIG ATTRACTION AT STARLAND pictures of the naval review at Spithead have arrived at Starland and will be exhibited this afternoon and evening for the first time, and a big treat is in store for all who pay this cosy photo play house a visit. R is safe to say that this special fea- tiire outrivals any other attraction eyer given in this city 'The battleship fleet a-t Spithead as reviewed by King .George during the coronation festivities was surely a formidable looking collection of sea Representing every nation, they cer- tainly made an imposing spectacle Other great festivities will be shown n addition to the above. There is no doubt that the attendance .will-be .he largest in the history of Starland. Doors open at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Come early and avoid the rush. EXCELLENT ATTRACTION COMING JULY 24 AND 25 Clarence Bennetts splendid produc tlon of "The Squaw with a powerful cast and special scenery, comes to this city on .Monday and Tuesday nights, July 2-1 and 2a at the ilajestic theatre. The following no- ice from the Calgary Herald of re- cent date speaks for itself: "'The Squaw Man' produced ai tlrfe Lyric heatre last night by the Clarence Jentiett Producing Company of New was a very interesting enter- ainment. For the most part the itory of the play js pretty well the title itself sup- the clew to the story. Every member of the company is a real art- st and the scenery beautiful. Alto- ether the performance last night waa a good one. The play is great, t produces the western atmosphere etter than any play we know of and we question if anybody left the the tr_e night dissatisfied. The Ly theatre was packed and 'The -gnaw .Man1 should draw capacity otises for the remainder of their ngagement in Calgary without any routing.'" pany'manager, Mr. Cleveland, Wat up in their-, private ear, which was near the front end of the train, it was fully ten minutes before' Miis Mack was able to reach him, and give the alarm. Mr. Cleveland at once sought out the conductor, and in language some- what lurid, and certainly incoherent, he asked the conductor to stop the back up and get the comedian. All important an it seemed to Cleve- land, it Tailed to strike the conductor A dmy cUrted on Gowmn'i H day with clew head and a full of map and life. Cocoa the body. It U rich in food valoe and eaqr to digort. PP you USB OOOOA? mance. He has gent bis camera homo by express. "The Honeymoon Trail" will appear at the .Majestic Theatre tomorrof night. BOULUON FIRED they could. To attempt ami .Jack's impressions of hand .car A KODAK EPISODE ck Westerman, comedian with the Honeymoon Trail" Co., is an enthus-; stic camera fiend, and never loses n opportunity to practice on his long- ifferlng confreres. It was while pos- MUs.Drena Mack on the rear end an observation car during a brief op, in that Switzerland of America, hich means nothing more or less ian Banff, that he met with an eicit- episode, which will have a lasting ipression on the genial comedian. Miss Mack was just in the act of ooking natural, and Jack, Ith his hand covered by a sbawl, getting the proper focus, when iddenly Miss MncK began to fade iy into the dim distance, iind Jack oke up to the fact .that Lhe-traln was oving on itx way to Calgary, and that leading comic of the troupe WAS In his accustomed Mfos ack called for help, but the com that way, and he flatly refused to eith er stop the train or back up, and mean- while the miles were racing away tin- der the wheels, and Jack, not having an aeroplane; and not training for'a long "sprint, was rapidly fading away among the dim vistas of the beau tiful scenic environment. Cleveland swore; the conductor re- mained implacable, and .poor. Jack panted down the tiack carrying' his beloved camera. Mean vhlle hie bVain buaj but bj no possible mathematical calculation could-he'flgure out how get ;o Calgary'.seventy .miles away. He himself a verse of "Paul Ttevere's: .-.which merged into Sherman twenty miles but each of these inspiring poems failed o cool his fevered brow, or ameleor- te his fatigue; so, at last, exhausted, be stopped for a drink at one of the mountain Grim despair was list settling with full force on his weary anatomy, when he heard the imblinE-o? approaching wheels, and a hand car rounded the curve. Jack prang to. his feet and waving his hat stopped the car. "I want to hire, this car to catch that slialn he shouted The section boss smiled quietly, and said briefly, "But, protested Jack, "I must catch that train, and I .must catch it, even if you have to pump the band car clean into Calgary." His bluff went. The sec- tion boss believing him to be son.e railway official, asked him to step into the car, and they would do the beat Edmonton, ''July After six months' of (cmc wrangling, lawsuits; tiid investigations, and repeated at- empts of the council to get rid of Jtlllties Commissioner Bouillon, both le and Commissioner Bute-hart were dismissed by the city council tonight: :t the end of a short weekly meeting; The action was taken up by the couh- 311 following the dissolution today' by ustice" Simmons of the temporary iri- supreme 'granted last' week. It is notf known' what will be the next move of the Bouillon forces hut It is reported, that Alderman McKinley who has all1 along: supported the commissioner will resign and ex-Mayor Lee will con- test his seat in -the. Bouillon-. Inter- ests KAISER'S CRUISER IS AT MONTREAL Montreal, July, heJm's 'American'squadron, "The'Bre- as neat a cruiser as ever cross- ed the sea, arrived, at the Montreal wharf late yesterday. No thunderous" .salutes or fiery welcome greeted her nppenrance Her clipper bow swept the St.''Lawrence.away in, crystal foam and ehe was safely moored to the sound of Teutonic orders tt halC past four. Her appearance, color and dimensions created more, than a sense of surprise to those whow ideas of war craft are a British' squadron. The Bremen to the casual observer presented no deadly sspect, with three large ,yellow funnels and her sides of glistening white, 'bears the gay air of fl pleasure craft. CANADIAN CLUBS IN CANADA July R. H.' Smith of the Association of Canad- ian Clubs in convention here now brought down his report this morning showing that in the Dominion there were now upwards of Ifi.OOO members In the 48 branches. Ten new were organized last year. 'GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Julj wheat. October opened 9o 3 4 closed 9 12 opened 91 M c'oecd 91 1 2 description of that trip ber opened 9! 1 4 closed 90 5 8 Data onened 18 1 8 closed 37 1 4 October .opened 38 3-8, closed 38.1-3: December onened 38 1-4, closed closed 2.00; October "clos- ed 1 So American wheat'opened 12, closed T) IS, riding would be a story in itself Suf fice it to a ay, that he finally landed in Calgarj'rat'8.30 that night, in time for the performance. He had telegraphed Manager Cleveland that he was com- ing, on a special train, and as soon as the car-arrived at Calgary, he brought the men up to.-the opera telling Cleveland to give the special crew of his special''. train a hoi for the perfor- ed 1-2, closed 93 7-8; December opened 98 n-S, closed 95 1-4. Juh opened Sfi 3 8 cloB- 1-4: September opened clos- ed 87; December opened 90, r.losed'PO 8 DON'T FORGET! The Blue Store win be Closed ail day Friday Please do yonr shopping to-morrow ;