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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITfl DAILY TF Thursday, July 27, 1911. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARE THE IHG NIGHTS AT STAKLAM) 0 U. UJ THE DIAMOND STAR OUR BIG 'WEEK-END SPECIAL FEATURE H I m 1" o CIRCLE "C" WEDDING PRESENT A Thoroughly Interesting and Amusing Comedy. R. K. SOLOIST CANADA'S PART IN IMPERIAL DEFENCE Outlined in Report of Conference Held in Lon- don a Few Weeks Ago BOWVILLE GIRL IS MISSING Left Home with Saddle Horse Monday Night NO TRACE OF HER tOMING VERY SOON The Indjanapolis Auto liaccs SAY MINERS BY VOTE WOULD ACCEPT AWARD (Special to The Herald.) Ferule, July Executive Board of District IS assembled here today, and are now in session, but nothing has been given out for pub- return to work under the rates sug- gested by Chairman Gordon's findings but the members of the executive and i s other' Influential, members of the Ottawa, Out., -Inly ihc House met tliis morning Sir Wilfrid l.aurier read a calile iron; the Colon- ial Secretary in reply to one sent by Karl Grey accedins; to his that the Canadian covcrmnent ln> al- lott-cd io nial-f plllilic .1 reuorl of Hie 'conference heUvccn I'aaaila, Austral- ia and the llritisli Admiralty, on nav- al defence.. The report ilelines the nauil slams of lhe Dominion. Tlie chief [eaUircs of the agreement ilia I the navies oi I'anada and Australia will he exclusively under the e oi tlie respective governments, lhat training will he generally uniform with that oi tlie Imperial navy. In, defining staiions Canada tta nnghbor, formed given ,he North A.hmUc and part the North Pacific. Australian station will he across (he South Pacific aid CAiend io the Antarctic C decided that tlie Dominion naval ves- sels will lluat a white ensign at their and their distinctive Hag, -it Feared Dime Novels Have Prompted Her De- parture Nearly frantic over tlie mysterious disappearance of their seveuieen-year- old daughter, Air. anil Mrs. Oliver, of Howville, arrived in ihe city last night to enlist the services of tho rol j local police, hoth eity and Mounted, rdl in their search. For nearly four days now they have heen searching. The whole neighborhood lias suspended ors have fi every direc- liut all trace of Hie missing.girl gone, and it is as if the earth had it js opened anrl swallowed her up. Not a clue has heen uncovered which give the parents and anlzatlon deny such statements. colonial In internatii officers will be under friends any hasis to work upon, and nf_! they are pursuing their search in the llcation. All the members, except i of Bankhead, are in attendance, j who tliinir Hint if a vote were taken dark. On Mondav There are many outsiders, however. I the control of the admiralty. And in i time of war when the naval ser'ico and International Board Members i that the result would he in favor of j of the dominions has heen pul at Hie Gnrner, Pnrcell and J. Morgan are inline acceptance hoard's Cind-jiiisposal of the Imperial jiy about 11 o'clock', presumably town. ings, as the basis of a new agreement. I it will form an international p." i? ui j the purpose of retiring. .So far ll may he known this afternoon just what attitude the executive will take in the matter. that tho young ludy was of some- what romantic character, holm; fond of music and drawing. She IK ah ex- cellent violinist, and spent hours ev- ery day with her violin uf which she was passionately fond. While not educated in Mil1 ordinary sense of thu word, she was very fond of I reading, but her mother sttttod that j her reading was of lhe dime novel sort, and it is ri'iilly to this that she I attributes her daughter's conduct. The matter had been spoken of to tlie girl, and .she had lircn reprimand- ed, but nevertheless, it would appear that the roiiMntic rot. read in the j insidious dime novel, had had its ef- j feet on llu! girl's mind, and caused! her to break away from her home in I such n mysterious iranncr. I Some lime afro the girl is supposed! to have received a letter from a wo- j man in Lethbridftc offering her thirty j a month Io come to lhe city'to work as chambermaid in a hoarding house, j The young, lady wished to take ad- vantage of tho offer, hut .Mr. and Ulrs. Oliver objected. However, Mrs.! Oliver is nov: of the opinion that her daughter Dora struck oul for this city when she left home on Monday night. The city police have searched j the house where the girl would have gonu had she come here, hut nothing WAS revealed which would lead them Io think that she had been there, fiv-i cry other place in the city where she might have been in hiding, had she enticed away from her home by, FOR MAKING SOAR SOFTEN I NO WATER, REMOVING PAINT, DISINFECTING SINKS. 5OLD EVERYWHERE .REFUSE SUBSTITUTES "Many rumors are afloat to the ef- fect that the miners want to accept the Labor Department's and night Dora K. Oli- ver, a line, strong girl of seventeen years of age, left the rest oi the fain an nnsenpnlons man or woman, has for also heen thoroughly searched. Not a as single cine has iieen found. Stations Ihe Liiitish fleet. Detailed jironsions. Rcr parents are concerned, they are all alonu line hove hepn notified arc made for lite control ..t i the last people with whom she con- and the police of every town and citv TENDERS PERMITS OF THE EXTENSION PACIFIC CABLE] forces in other parts of the nil- vprscd. In the morning when she. was pire or ull their station j ing parties. in forag- not ahont at the usual time her mother went to the girl's room, and GRAIN MARKETS London. July 2S.-The text has Winnipeg. July 2S.-Wheat: .Inly op of a bi" I0 be I'rosenleil ened 3-S, closed 96 1-t; October op- !to Parliament by Rt. Hon. Charles K ened 03 3-1, closed !I3 7-S: December I Hohliouse. M.P.. and HI. Hon. Jos. opened 02 W. closed 93 1-S. Oats: J'rase- ror tlle of Jnlv opened 36 1-1, closed 3-1; Paciiic Thc bi" is llle ober opened 37 3-S, closed 37 7-S; lie- i tnfllment of a promise made liy Rt. cemher opened 37, closed 37 1-2. 13- July opened ?OG, closed 207; October i Imperial Conference. FLIES 10 CENTS A QUART; BALTIMORE SWATTERS GL'HY More Than 500 Schoolboys Enlisted in Work by Offer Made by Wo- man's Civic Luque Baltimore, July 27. More th.m 500 opened 1SS, closed 183. jiralian delegates complained that at the Baltimore are engage! in pastime of la-v llow" a cable between Wonii-n's OiUc l.e alia and New Zealand, which t orn, 111'. Oats: ley: No. 210 No. l> C. AY.. n-S. Bar- 58. Flax: -No. 1 N. W, eague has tip I has Cash prices: No. 1 Northern, No i 'ha time while the board want ,nt cents a Ybe l> Northern. 53 1-2; No. 3 Northern. e'l lo l: 'Jl- No 4 Northern. SC: No. North-! Anstra 70 1-2: No. li Northern. 71; Kive tbe boanl S70'000 a year new revenue, the British treas- lind refused consent because it 'was stated thst in future sucli a ca-1 might interfere with Ihe develop- j merit of wireless telegraphy. j Postmaster-General Samuel, with j opened 1-li, closed fi3 Septem-: ber opened IMi 7-S, closed 90 5-S; De-1 cember opened 9S, closed 100 3-1. Chicaeo, .July whent op- j American Markets .Minneapolis, July wheat .lit agirnst the fly pest ibo in the work. The boys will start out tomorrow to solicit subscriptions for the fly crus3cie.. Everyone will have a chance to help'1 on or bv giviiii in .Southern Alhntfa have been work-; ing on the case. The search will he directed here until something delinitc has hern secured as a clue for further and more systematic search. The police nl the line have het-n was startled to find that her bed had not been slept in. The young Jaciy was nowhere in sight, and after mak- ing place about the farm w.is search- notified of the girl's disappearance the house or barns, the mother rate- and will intercept her if she attempts cd the alarm. Every conceivable hid- to cross the line. She had no money ing place aborit the farm was search-, with her from home, but it is ed but with no avail. The girl was thought a lady hns supplied her with But where and how Further enough for her immediate needs. Her horse Dan may be known by the following description IJay a larec hay, pF" which Lhe. girl was weight, llfiO; right front foot, short i very fond, and'which she always rode with a bar shoe, no shoes on other gone. search by Mr. Oliver revea'jd tic fact that the girl's own horse in her long rambles aliotit the coun- try, was 'missing also. Me was not in the pasture with the other farm horses and the family, by this time nearly frantic with tlie he by hilling flies {could do nothing but conclude that money to be distributed j Dora had taken her horse and saddle feet stock saddle inr saddle pock- ets horse branded .I-flag on the left thigh. cued ST. closed S7 7-S: September op- ened SS 7-S, closed flO l-i; December opened 92 3-1, closed 9-1. Premier Asquitb's concurrence, then I promised to press the Treasury de- partment to consent to the strong tie- sire of both Xew Zealand and. Austra- as au incentive to others to do the shor v after he rest 01 the tamitv j killing. The demand for fly swatters and traPs has increased so greatly dur- lia. This Mil gives the desired auth-1 last days that the supply oritr I lias "M1 j All housekeepers have been urged Port Dalhousie, by the league to co-operate in rid- Wm. F.-Davis, Mr. and Mrs. George Norman, St. I Out., is being sued for divorce by celebrated their diamond his wife, Gertrude Davis, of Maiden, I Mass. Thomas, wedding. ding the city of the disease germ carriers by keeping garbage cans cov- ered. Standard Furniture Co. THE HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE Saturday and Monday Special Verandah Shades Clearing Out Our Entire Stock at 25 p.c. Discount We have a large consign- ment of heavy Wilton Rugs size 27x54 in., in four differ- ent shades and patterns, reg- ular Very special for Saturday and Monday This rug is. marie of same quality wool and same thickness as l.lie quality, the difference being in the design Standard Furniture Co. THE HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE FIFTH STREET OPPOSITE EUREKA had retired and .left for parts un- known. Her disappearance is placed at about 11.30 on Monday evening. At a late hour-this afternoon she was still missing, in spite of the fact that a is being con- ducted in every direction. The agonized mother has thought of every' possible reason which might lead to the disappearance of her (laughter, hut can give none which is at all satisfactory- To tlie best of her knowledge the girl was happy and contented at her home, where she was treated with the utmost respect by every member of the Oliver ile. She has lived at Bowville ever since the family moved west from Michigan cu April 20, 1007, settling I Quebec for Europe, lie declared tlmt within a mile and a half oi Bowville. i there would be another sosaion he- She is well known and well liked GOUIN MAY GO TO THHOUNTRY Hold a Provincial Elec- tion; Will HavePopu- 'lar Policy Montreal, July is now an impression in well-informed polit- ical circles that Sir Lorlmer Gouin will appeal to the country at an early date, and that the provincial elec-1 tions will be over before the federal! polling, or it may be, some say, that! the appeal to the local and federal electorate will take place nn it ho same day. the Premier left MADAME LILLIAN NORDlCA The Famous Soprano Who May Appear Here In October TAKEN ILL ON THE STREET W, Arthur, .who was employed by the International Harvester Co. for a days, roll sick on Fifth street few this afternoon, and Constable DIE OF SEPTIC POISONING Kingston, July fifteca minutes of each other, Hazel and Alftude. daughters of Mrs. W. J. Shan- iiad to take him to his room the i "on, Newburgb roaU, near '.Vapauee, Palace Rooinins House. tdicd on Thursday' morning of septic Mr. Arthur has been ailing for tr.e poisoning. The girls were 15 and !t pns-t, ff-w days and bad been '.o i" e j years old respectively. The' trouble pc.s cffice and stopped nt Fat's "J lick (was due to a defective sewer. Lunch for his dinner, when he was taken ill. He expected to leave to- morrow for his home in Kansas. GOT FIVE YEARS Winnipeg, .Inly R. Mc- Donald was Gontenced to five years i morning. known and throughout the whole district and was always considered one 'of tlie most popular girls in the place. Ptrona: and healthy, sound in mind, there is no reason Io believe that she rlisappeared while temporarily in- sane. -She was always happy and was given a great deal of freedom by i (her parents who considered her in 'every way a mode! daughter, and the very fact that there appears to be no explanation for her curious con duct In the penitentiary by Judge Walker, for theft and forgery, today. fore a dissolution, but yesterday nn influential Liberal ex-member of par- liament gave the reason for an early appeal. Sir Lorlmer and from u he takes his ideas of constitu- tional law have made themselves be- 1 Mere that there are valid constitu- tional reasons why a local election should be held within the next few I weeks. It will he remembered that accord ins to tho provisions of the i Washington pact, the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, which adopted hostile legislation In the exportation POOR DR. COOK1 .July Geogra- phical Society has cancelled the diplo ma granting a gold medal to Dr. Fred- erick Cook for his alleged discovery of the Pole. MR. COSTE (N THE CITY P. R. Glover, Vancouver; H. King, Hillier, of London, Bng., and Eugeno L'oste, of Toronio, 'arrived in the- city yesterday, leaving again this Coste 1l president n? the Prairie Gas Fuel. Co., and ,hey have been here looking prer the Bow Island gas proposition. PRINCIPAL PATRICK ILL Winnipeg, July 28.T-If Principal Patrick, of Manitoba College, re9ov- ers from bis present illness he will 'take a four months' holiday in Europe makes the trouble all the, harder for Of wood iilup are given an opportun- thcm fo-licar. j jtr to revoke such legislation and ol-1 Speaking to t.hn mother this Ule Americans a free hand In the j noon she intimated to of Culture and Refinement Use Siilvia Hair Tonic. It the Hair At last a remedy has bfion tliacov- ered that will positively destroy thin pest. That. Dandruff is canned by gr-nnn is accepted by every Henfilljle Dandruff is the root of all halrj evils, SALVIA will klil the dandruff KonnB and remove Dandruff In days or money hack. Tho Alberta Drug Co. 'It. It will grow hair, stop itching falling .hair, and make the hair thick and abundant. It pmvcniH hpfr trntn t.uruing gray, nncl ncldH lift- ami lustre. SAI.iVIA la a hair drenHlnj' Hint become the favorite with women of taste and culture, who know tho cinl value of beautiful hair. A generous bottle coats only JiOc, ntl the Herald of the Canadian forests, j I the story is that Sir Lorimcr Goiiin has decided to throw down the i gauntlet and poll the province of Que- bec. Sir Wilfrid Kaurier Jm'd every-' one else will be told that while he j IB premier. Quebec, at least, will stand to her guns, and that the j Islatfon adopted at Quebec will not! IIR repealed, the Washington aiilhor- Itleu to fhe contrary notwithstanding.] Apart'from possible errors In his PK- Mmatfl of constitutional law, the move which Sir Lorimer Goiiin is ab- out Io make on Ihe political chess- j board IB admittedly a strong one. 8ETTLER3 BURNED OUT AND LEFT HELPLESS Non.ii May, Ont., July ad- vk'fcH rftcelvud from the of Hiirmm.'r and Capreal, north of Sud- liury, distrnasing conditions n- inorifj thn settlors there. Twenty-nine familfoH wrsro burned out in tho recent forftBt fires nnd lost, everything. Tbe fBrnllleft nre all largo and mostly Krencb-Canadinns. Supplies have Tho word "SAl.VIA" In uu every bolllu. (l.alin for sage) of assistance. In Great Bargains In fruit For Saturday Only At the New Fruit Store and _ Ice Cream Parlor 4IK-, 50t' a Oranges............... 30c, 40c, Mh; a doz. a doz. .'.Cherries per lb. per doz. Plums....................... ..lacperjb. Tomatoes....... .V. Watermelons per-lb. Gripe Fruit...................... 2 for25c and 23c each Grceti-Onions, or Lediifc, 3 bunches for V HOMEMADE IGKCHKAM 210 1-2 Round (St. Next Olt's Pool lloom ;