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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridav. Matrli 3.1011. THE LF/IHBRTDGE DATLY HERALD Page 5. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. GEO. B. HOWARD and COMPANY TO-NIGHT "The Witching Hour To-morrow matinee and night, Hello Bill" Special Costumes-Scenery-and Electrical Effects-are carried by this Company. PRICES: EVENING-78c. 50c. GALLERY 25c SATURDAY MATINEE-ADULTS 26c; CHILDREN lOo EXECUT Government of Nicaragrua Threaten to Do Away With Their Enemies Nrw �^'cirk, Mai rli 1 - Aconrdirie; tn Ciililc advices received hptf^ fmin Cuh-t,i Rjca, Dr. RiKiolph F.s|)iiiiiiKa, well kiMiwn tln'niijrlioiit ('frilr;il Amorjca, iind foriv-lour ollicrs :irc tn he Hhnt l)r 1li(' rsstiri'lii Rovcrniiirnl nf N'lOiir-nii;iin, for ailcRfd cc inipllcil v in a pUit, HRiiiiKSl llio adiniiii-ilialjon No olTic-ial aniioiiiicciiipnl of llifi rxociit ion lias lipon made and fricnil.s of llio rnii-(Irniiird nirii fear ofTinal annniinrp-nicnl will liR dc'lnycil iinlil aflcr tlip e.Nri'ii I ions aro accoiiipii.slind. BANKER EIGELOW FEAR SC^.NDAL HAS BEEN FREED I Warm MATINEE EVERY DAY Cosy The Week of Features The Golden Supper Blograph Feature "WS" TliE lovE Df a Chrysantlietnuni FOUND DEAD IN A HOTEL CLOSET Young Englishman Was Seized With an Epileptic Fit William Key, a ynuriK Knslishmaii, Plied 'iS year."),! wlio has liepii around J-cthliridge for about two nionUis. was found dead ahonl K.IUl o'rUx.'lf yosier-d:iy evening in a r.lo.si'i in ihp Cnal-d.ilc llolpl. Ik' liad ipiiarciuly Iippm �"lzed with an eiiileniic fit. to wliicli )ie ivna snhiprt, and fnllcn in siicli a ii isiiion as to c-aiise deaili liy sirang-iilaiion. !!(! nas disroverpd by Xiehl. riorU .laniPi IjawKon. who proniptly failed ill Conslalde Opo.KPhsan, Tsx?.. Tiiljpr mid C'aniiiiiell. Wlipii ConHtaldp C!po-tpligan avrivpd !hc nini; was In a douljlc'ii up t'ondilioii. suiiuiing aitnofi: oil Ills liuad. His bori>' was warm !i;il lilLi wa.s pxtiiipt. Jlrs. Tiillpr an.l n li'ii '\\a3 simfpfi this morning, to rnisp siiftl-ripui. I'unds to f:ivn llip iinforrmnt�, JpIIow a derPiit hniial. Tilt docpaspd was a InboriiiR man. Ills honip was Vorkslilri', l-'iiMlHiid. A;-far as can bp as'-prlaitn^d hp had n. friends or rcdaihrs in r'aii.Tda. WILL NOT BE CANDIDATES \, B. Stafford. I'has Mct'leiiaKhan and IJiipli Boyd, w liosp names havo been luenlioncd as candidates foe aldermen in the coiiiitio; bye-eleclion have all declared definitely llial they will not be in the field. Hiij^li Hovd said t(.i ihe Herald yos-terdav that wlole lie feels that everv citizen should give a certain amoiuit, of his tiim^ to jiiililic work, he will not run lie i-, lakini; (-oii.siilerable iinciesi in At;riciilniral Sociely mat-ler.': and has cliarse of a verv ini-liortanl committee of that organi/.a-lion. To nitenri to that business in ilie way i! should lie iltended (o, h" lliiiiivs IS ipiile cn(pi:i!;h public worK for one man I o. iinder'ake. Mr .Met leiiaiihaii said lliat lie had not the time (o spaie from Iifs business lo ile\ole to city work lie fell ih.it iliere are pleniA of hulter men than himself and thouchl that a .sivoiir, eOori should be luaiie to induce T. ^Mackenzie lo run. A. H, Staftord merely declared that it was out of the (piestion for various reason!, 'or him lo considrr for one inomcnl comiiio; out as a candi-d,.ip. Three Men Blown to ' Pieces in Explosion at : Niagara Falls i NiaRara Falls, Ont.. March .r-Three men are dead, two arc dyioc and fo'ir others are soriouslv injured as the result of an o.vplosinii in a l^enstock or Conduit at the Ontario Po^'-er Co. plant lierp today. The cause u\ the explosion is unknown, but it is lieliev-; ed lo bavo been fire damp. Thp dead are: David Henderson, .Xiasarn Palls: Wni. Orchard, .Viagiira Falls, .\, V.: Charles McfJonple, Toii;iwanda, .\. V. The dyins, who are ai the senera! hospital, are; Henry tlyron, .Merriiion. Ont.; George Oarvey, this city. Thoi oiher injured are: ,Iobn Gilo and F'et-er .McKlnnon, .Vla.iiara Falls. N. Y.:i Kobpft .Moran, this city, and .lames Nelson, Biil'faio, .N'. Y. 'I'lie men were |t>oint,' some carpenter work at the en-i trance to Ihe penstock at the time of tlie explosion and had been there for � nearly an hour when with a terrific S'oar Ihe penstock, which was of Ti-inch boiler iilate, was criimliled up and Ihe nine workmen hurled into the power bouse. HeDdersoii. Orchard andi Mcfionglo were insianlly killed, their bodies being horribly mnngled. Loa-vonworth, Kns., March 2-After spending nearly six years in the tcderal prison here, Frank C. Bige-low, the Milwaukee banker, will he released tomorrow according to authoritative report received tonight. Tlie recommendation of ihe partde hoard wliicli was in session two weeks ago has been approved by At-torney-Oeneral Wickersham, and Bige-low will leave as soon as the final preparations for his departure can tie made. He will go direct to Milwau-kcn. Frank (-". Fif^elow was committed to the prison .June 11, HlOa, to serve a ten-) car sentence for the misuse of funds of (he First .National Hank of Milwaukee of which he was president.- He was arrested on Ajiril 2'), inO.I, charKf^d with cinhezzlement of $1,200,000 from ihc funds oi the First .National Hank rd Milwaukee. He was iminediatelv admiHi'd to bail in the sum of $'2-t.n00 and luriied over all his property to the oflicials of the bank. In his statement of liabilities and assets on April 28lh he claimed that his liabilities were 327,000 and his as.sets hut $1,819,800 of wliieh he said that .5.5,000 was exempt from the law. A feature of the defalcation wa., at her lioiiip. 22s novercoiiri Hoad. Mrs. .Ivihn Kitm had lieen troubled with heart dis-CHse. Hoberl Kerr, retiring paasenp;er tr.r'-fii' manager of Ihe C. P. H.. was pre-Hcnied with a silver tea and coffee Service and illuminaled address by the pxeciiii\e and general officers. The Children's Hair A Uttle Extra Core Now May Save After Years of Regret Chllilri-n r:*i> � liHiii 11,.1 r-c l,r-;(i rersplrcs; fii..i Hit- jmu !. i!, a icn.b :ic-. to mat and iii'i .sv\ky (;m ih.- i^i-alp ^^oup and ^^�iUe^ duc-u't In r.-- inovt; It. l>'ll the liair ni . i l.;t.it!,. 1.1 be iic.iUnj. .Kist r v h Hh-.-u- t^jne. ftnb 1; into l^f luui.-^ .i Hi,- !,a.i �Willi ilii- liii'.ls or I!;.- lo.Till clolilren i;J�. il aii.i w.i] . .� � ;  - U.'-H it. llfi^nlonf lo'i'i.-|)h 1,:. i-.. ..... rioliulated il'. 1 .-Lrid J.i-^^l' c'i.j! .� , t;.. liair iWi-l .s.-al|-  ;o, li--, ' � ..i'-'.;. tn.cl Ihor.iiiifhlj- i'lcn in^.l Mii-. il i� dried ffivp anoiher a p:�li''a:If-r-Bi:t.nne. .-Vl lor .vou liavf lo.p'l It i'�>r ft whllci .^ nu will .-idmii li W ih.- h �.�t you lluve over uPt-U, Ynin I'l u;: fiLore will rherrl'uO'.- icuara-ion:i'lion r'',i:lsiiatioii of doclors an' iiider wliicli a ph.\ sicinn who gels his d.-erte in one province may practic ill aiiv other |)ru-iiice of the Doniinio' '�..m icpoio li this morning by a spec-iiil i.Muciiiieo of the Commons -.vtiich Ims ..lll^.d"led it wiihoiii any imporl-iini aiHcii.ini'c.i. it was pointed oul 1 th.il tl.r> il-i.o ]iro\inces of Sn8ltal';i�r-ivan. a; '�i':i and Hritish Coliinib':i. whlcii i'i iioi posaess unii-ersities jleachiii:.; me ii.iue, would not have a I riglii ii.i iii!iver..?it\- represeutal ive on. Imedii'iil coiiicil. In order to maUe up �lor ilii^^ !o.s.s so far as jios.'^ible it was Miecld. il 1.1 mil. I'll the bill in sucli'.-! I way t!i!ii nw) .if the ihree members ! of ilir^ (.. in.il lo lie named bv irovor-iior ill co oirij will be irom three western pi .iv iii.cs. 'i'he I bird will rcprc-' sent ,ill 111- o'li.ir jir.n-lnces of llie Do-^ luiulon. I Dr. ,'5piir;l.> obioi-ied lo the bill be-] inv, ri'iaiii'd iii'.'il medical cmmcii ofj Opiiirii, iiail ' o'^ii l-.eard fioin, bill Was ovi'ii'ili'.l. LADIES' TAILORED SUITS Made of French serge satin lined. 26 inch coats, neat medium width skirls with strippings of self in shades of gi'py, navy, green, rose and dove. Our greatest special �t....................SI 5.00 LADIES' SUITS AT $20.00 and $23.00 The nicest thing you'll see anywhere, others are asking u]) to |30.00 for the same style and quality. They are here in black and white check, gre}' hairline, homespun, fine Venetians, worsteds and serges, per suit, S20 S23.00 Yot/i! Like our New Coats XEW COATS AT $15.00 Pintle of our pure wool woTsfed serges and cfiAcrt cloths, i'lill leiio'tli, neatly trim lUfil and semi-lit ting. SjjJendid coats at t he price................. man class coats at $17.50 & .$20 These are made up of the season's newest materials in checks, grey stripes, plain grey, fawn coverts and superior serges. All l)eautifully trimmed in good taste. Bodies satin lined. Each -SIT.SO'SZO it WANT FEDERATION AND NOT FUSION vol VirSTSEE 01 K (lilHLS' CLOTH (OATS--Some very [)retty things and the prices are |.ji.ht-Blatk and white chocks, plain, navy, cardinal and rreani trom $3..>0 to $5.00. .\fler Mr. Carve' i.I ^'cw Unms- "I wick, had sp.ikcn. Mr 11 11 Miller mov.'il ilic adio.irniiiriii oi llie ilcliale II 1= said l'':'.' Sir Uili'nd l.auricr will speak nc\i Tiu-.d.iv. HOPES FOR AMICABLE SETTLEMENT Calt'nry, .Mfiroh 2--The coal on.-rai ors and miners oflicials are mf^etim: here ti adjiisi the wiice S''nle. Prc'-I-dent Stockett, of ihe operalorn. ia hopeful ihat an amic.ilile setllcmenL will be reached. I -- i i Toroiilo, il.ircb .S.-The inaugnr.'il nieeliiis.' oi li;.- I'r'sliyierlau associa lion r-'r i!ie fi deral union of chnrclior  loolt iila.e licro loday. Tlie slatenienC prepared ai ili.' uailieriug of one week. :ic;o wis ner..^;it( d and a lengthened disciispiou look place as to iho non antaioni.-ii relijiions of the preseir movemeiu to iha; of orpnnlc union whicli is iio'.v iiefore the Presbyieri.'in, Mciluidist r.nd Conuregalioiinl churches. II w;i;-^ IVlt all thai federiilin i raiher than ti...!on was the imineil.i'e duly of the I'.o ir, and that taki'ic tl.'.i step would loaie the way open for any movement. even co-operate luiioi, in the day wiien the churches are in-e-parod for tlie step. f THIS STORE'S SHOWING OF W ASH FABHICS IS IX A CLASS BY ITSELF HUNDREDS OF PIECES TO SHOW YOU-EVERY PATTERN Af-JD COLOR SELECTED V/ITH CARE loo ].)leces Imported (Tinghains, yd. l^Y^v ]()() pieces Anderson's Zephyrs, yd. . .15c 50 pieces finest imp. Zephyrs, yd. . , .25c All colors in silk Zephyrs, yd........35c Cotton Voiles, at.........3,)c up to 45c Hand Loom Silks, prctry col iriiigs 27 ins. wide, a new die's.- iiLitrrial . .55c A complete new stock to show you at attractive prices. Corset Cover Embroideries 25c and 50c. 20 Inch Floiuiciug ' 5()c. 4 In. Embroideries 10c and loc. Swiss Banding to mivtch i lOinic 20c. VViLL^TALK ABOUT CURTAIN GOODS NEXT WEEK One for each everyday aihneni Rev. nr. I'ethic. pastor of tlic Joues I street Rnptisi church, Hamilton, has irecei^.ed ri call from tho Cliurch of the Redeeni(>r. .Vcw York. Tho sal inry off.-red is ?r,,ii(M'i a yei.r. 1< is un- dersloiid that Dr. feihir has de.id'.d not Ia', cepl. Premier C.ouiu, of Quebec, has Intro-1 |duccd legisliition prohibitinR childrenj i under eleven from vialtiug theatorlume  unless aecoini:auied by adults. Electric Restorer for Men Phosnhonol "�sioois evei y nerve in t.he body '__I,, its proper tension; restoiel van uM.i vil.i .1 . Piciimuirc ."ilpcnv unci all .^cicual ^\da't.-Ile^3 a.i'iird ;i: cii.-e. I�lioi*p)ionol v.il' nuiltc I'liU a ncv.- a.a;-. Price tft .-i ho\. or Iwn fnl l"i M.-lilf.l la i.n-a.'.dre..i.- Tlio Scobell Uruj Co m. C&thnrtneD. Onk. BOYS'& GIRLS' CAPS Tweeds. Velvet, Leather, At.....25c, 30c, 40c, 50c CHILD'S PLAY SUITS Tans or blues At ................85c BOYS' KNICKERS Serge at____$1 and $1.25 Tweed at......50c to $1 e Simpson Co., Ltd ;