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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TJRTll DA1LV JFEKAT.T! Saturday, May The Best Place To Buy A Piano n Just received of a New Pianos Rfsch Piano iniy a Pianos While OTA LITV'is -f iloiimiatiinr rhinirar 3Jason i, Co.. YVO ol'i'cr pianosat as low n price as it is safe fur anyone 10 piano. Upright pianos'nuiuv in price i'roin to -SUOO.OO. worth jess than rhar You Cannot Afford to Buy and Cannot Afford to Sell Whatever the limit- lias memally fixed as to price The Mason Cc Risch a position to give the Value AWFUL FIRE AT CONEY ISLAND New York. Island, th" playground of New York, suffered liit- worst tire disaster in its history early today. Dreamland, the largest ost amusement park, was wiped out ami four blocks adjoiniti.c covered uiih booths. iTstauranis, hotels, mov pit-lure theatres and resorts of various types destroyed. The fire out at two and was not under control until three hours later. The loss will bt- between two and three million dollars. Two hundred j buildings are burned down and per- j haps two thousand persons and em- ployees were- turned into the streets penniless. Xo lives were lost. The bi.srried area represents nearly a third of ihe entire amusement all ol' wilici1! would undoubtedly have gone before a strong wind, but for Uie fact that Coney Island with high pressure1 water system, especially de- signed for lire protection, is better McMillan's 1910. "Your remedy. "Fruit-a-uvcs" is a perfect panacea for Rheumatism. For years, I suffered distressing from Sciatsc Rheumatism, being laid tip several times a year, and nut able to work at anything. 1 went to different doctors xvho told me there was uo use doing anything, it would pass away. Fortunately, about two years ago, "l got "Fruit-a-tives" and they cured me. "Since then, I take them occasionally and keep free from pain. I am satisfied that "Fruit-a-tives1''cured ir.e of Rheu- matism and thev will cure anyone who takes JOHN B. MCDONALD. Masor Dominion Btk. Risch Piano Co. Phone TQI F. E. McCA W, Local Mgr. CHURCH SERVICES Wesley T. P. Perry. pastor. Rev. C. P. Cameron will guarded against disaster than any ether similar city in the world. The i was discovered in the tarred j scaffolding of '-Hell Gate" scenic J railway close to the entrance to j Dreamland. Twenty jainutes after j a frightened' watchman had turned in i three alarms, one after as j fast his thumb could press the i key. ail Dreamland, ten acres of gau- ily, closely packed buildings were j one blaze. The flames urged by a strong wind were visible for nearly fifteen miles. Close to Hell Gale where the-fire started, was the Bos-i ton animal show, and nearet yet the j incubator, a charitable infant nurs-! cry in which were six wee infants and attendants. The children were taken out in little houses and rushed our of danger by the police. Then came the .work of taking out ARBITRATORS WILL CONVENE AT FRANK Conciliation Board Will Make Another Effort to Settle Strike Maclcori, May meeting of Ilk1 coal operators affected in the present strike was held here yester- day, and as a result the arbitration board will re-convene at Frank some day next week. The date will be fix- ed definitely by the chairman of the board, Rev. Charles Gordon, who is .now in Yesterday's session was attended by all of the operators. The session i was most secretive, and beyond the fact that they have agreed 10 ir.eer the miners next week nothing could be learned of the nature of their de- liberations. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is rood for Growing Girls and they fte it Jt nourishes their little bodies makes them and strcog. Cowan'a Cocoa, wyou grocer, is absolutely pore, fe it obuiftad by we of Ac LiigliMt jrad-c of hew. fclguWl Nothing it added to impair tbe building of tKc Cocoa. Do Ton Use Cowan's Cocoa? B. A. Ritchie, K. C.. a prominent Halifax lawyer, is leaving- to practice1 at Vancouver. j The 'June bug" is stripping foilage of fruit trees in -Middlesex county. is tbe greatest cure for Rheumatism, Sciatica and Lumbago in the world. "Fruit.-a-tives" cures, because like fruit juice itpuriScs the blood kidneys, bowels and thus keeps the whole system free of uric acid. Take "Fruit-a-tives" and vou will find instant relief and a prompt cure. 5oc. a for size, 250. At dealers or from Fniit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. DIDN'T TRY TO BRIBE POLICEMAN Macleod, May the Supreme court here today before -Justice Beck, j tjcai party. BORDEN WILL BE ASKED FOR DIRECT PROMISES United Farmers of Alberta in Convention at MacLeod Prepare a Series of Questions for Leader of Opposition-Support Leth- bridge for Dry Farming Congress Macleod. May Mr. R. L. Borden. leader of the Conservative party in the Dominion, comes West, he will be met by an organized body of farmers who will place before him a number of questions that will" show that the farmers of Western Canada are no longer the tools of any poli- ariiuiiils. a'costly collection. in-jMikc Rosse of "Hiairmore was found preach both morning; and evening Sun- dadjn? man-eatcrs. nor fuilty on the chatge Of attempt- day School and Bible Classes at o'clock. First Baptist A. Levitt, acting pastor. Subject, morn- blocks anove the cracking The animals were in a panic. Their roaring could be heard for many ing to interfere with the administra- tion of justice on February 23 last. of the i by hrihirig Thomas S. Belcher, an School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day School 10.30 a.m. at Knights of Pythias Hall, Fifth St. Westminster A. A. Ly- rle. pastor. Owing to the absence of Mr. Lytle at Conference the services will be raken by George Heighes in ;the morning and O. D. Austin in the 'c-vpuing. Sunday School and Bible Classes as usual.in the afternoon. St. Paul's First ser- j the streets against any beasts that: might escane the attendants drove This is the decision of the local of tbe United Farmers of Alberta, at Mac- lead who met in convention here this week. Seventy-five representatives were present from Aldersyde to the boundary, Lethbridge to Cowley andin- be asked 10 explain bill guar- bonds of the C. N. R. for millions of dollars is allowed to their charges down runways, into the tllc jury ]are Iast night brought! ll'me vans which arc always ready. All i in a vcrdict' acnxiittal. !asreer v.-ent well untii t-he transfer was nearly concluded. Then the biggest of i the Jions hi the 'Zoo broke from the I bonds, smasher! its- way through the i barriers, and leaped into thc street, j already packed by a throng of spec- tators, rinht straieht. into the mid- vices ne'd at the nome of Rev. C. Grant 31S Fifteenth street Soudr f William ol the rIironS- Consternation seiz- iSr.) Sundav. -Sr.h, there will be oc; the multitude' and the crowd rush- jEnglish services ai. 11 a.m. ace- in al! directions in a panic. A i p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 policeman came at the c.itet-husrn class at i-m. in thc center of a Bjble Studv S y.m. Tbiirsdav Ln- Vn.T Lcasue at S p.m. Everybody cor- JlVl'riUe Wllh a drawn revolver, idiaily invited. land twice mi.s.seti, thc lion hacking Church of Christ. away from the glare and noise and 11 a.m. nnd 7.30 n.m. of tjlp explosions. Then six more Si-hocl 12.10 p.m. "An-' cic-nt and .Modern XefTomaney alias Hypnotism Demnmo ;ed" The Reading Room is open every Guy from .7- p.m. rb.nsl.ian 'Scionr-e liierat.'ire is procurable. All ary 20. The jury tras out nve n.in- through tbe Dominion parliament utes. Xicoletti was tried yesterday j without criticism, and at the sa'riie sucn as the reciprocity reement, tbe amendments to the rain ace and the new grain bill, which are of vital importanve to the far- mers of Canada, are blocked at every 'opportunity and thereby delayed. These and other questions in which the farmers of Alberta are vitally in- terested. such as the conservation of I nar.ural resources and other matters, Jin addition to those contained in the [Ottawa platform, will be placed be- fore .Mr. Borden and he will be asked" to state his position on the different Questions. WAS COMMITTED FOR EXTRADITION The case of H. Rosenbaum of Sand Coulee, Mont., who is wanted across the line for obtaining money tinder false pretenses m Great Falls, was up.in District Court yesterday after- noon Rosenbaum is fighting extradi- tion and is being defended by R. Asked for Direct PromTse He will be asked to give a direct promise to support government owner- ship of terminal elevators, the opera- tion-of the Hudson's Bay railway by an independent commission, a measure of relief to Western farmers in re- gard to the chilled question, and that the amendments to tbe railway act for the protection of farmers cartle stray on tiv- railway tracks, and the new grain bill be allowed to go through .Parliament as quickly as tbe guarantee of tbe C. N. R; bo'nds. Mr. Borden will'also be "informed that while the farmers of Alberta wel- come the reciprocity" agreement HCKW pending as the first step in the ad- vance towards reciprocal free trade with tbe United States In natural pro- ducts, they regret that it does not go far enough in tbe matter or reductions of duty on farm Implements and re- pairs. They will also declare their demand that the British preference be increased to 50 per cent., with aa in- crease of 5 per cent, each year for i.en years, at the end of which time there shall be absolute free trad-e toe- tween- Great Britain and Canada, A strong resolution was also passed favoring the holding of. the 1913 Dry Farming Congress tn Lethbridge, and urging that everything possible be done towards securing the holding of tbe meeting in Alberta. mounted policemen lined up in front IT- A c u L- i Palmer.' Dcputv ShenfT Kommcrs 01 01 the crowd and opened fire. Back-j _ ing away, snarling and leaving trail of blood from many wounds, vhv' "ion made wav across thc avenue is in the city take the accused man hack but wlli have to wail For fifteen dav.s he- JAPAN GETTING DREADNAUGHTS okio. May Japanese gov- Hniy Communion 8 a.m. .Matins 11 Choral Eucharist Mat Sunday, ii. Sunday School 2 p.m. Evensong Three final volleys were required lo finish him and he sank to the ground riddled like a sieve. As soon as the I held in Lethbridge in cusiodv Cl. !mch guns. One cruiser has been laid I fifteen .so thai fie may be at the Vlcfcers. BarroWj to have a writ of Habeas Corpus is-; The olhers will ,be in 0 _ i i i T i sued and the extradition pro- :cc ar S p.m. Rev. J E .MiirrelKWright i crowd wa.s assured that thc lion was i a :-J-lPan. ccedmffs in a higher court. It is i nltoscther likely that thc case will j go no farther, as an attempt is be- inc made to settle the trouble of court on the -other .side of the line. Sth Sr. South. St. Mary's Ch.urch of' Corner and Xanton Sts. Xon.h j Lcilihridge. 'Holy Communion (2nd) Sunday) .9.30. Matins 11 o.m. Sun-j jdny- School J p.m. Evensong 7.301 ll'.m. Wednesday evening service at j o'clork. Flev. C.H. Pophnm, jirj'ifi Rachael St..' i j St. Andrew's Church (Presbyterian) W. Brydcn. n. A.. jr'.iblir worship at 11 a.m. arid 730 pm Sunday School a r. a.m. Adult Bible Class at 4 p.m. made j welcome. Krox Church no more, they rushed in and tore tl'.o carcass to bits for souvenirs. Meanwhile 'ihe escape of thc big lion ha.-l cut short the of the ani- mal men Trie fire was already in ihe mangers before their work was the animals wi-rc k-ft 10 die hv lire. SNOW AT REGINA Keslna. May is nearly 6 t of snow on the ground ioday. With the ISLE OF SPICE Appearincr at M- Gordon- minister. Public -started at (en o'clock yesterday RA -pi >T 0 !i a-m- and 7-3fl P.m. Aduli 'morning, but melted quickly. Majestic I heatre 1 Onight UnlV classes for men and women hours of todav'there xvas a heaw after the morning service. six inches Sunday School at 4 p.m. Visiiors cordially welcome. St. Cyprian's of i.srbTl) Avenue and Eleventh St. So. THE WEATHER REASON FOR TALK ABOUT ELECTIONS IS A SIMPLE. NATURAL FOOD BOVRIL is the simplest of for it Is just the .goodness of prime beef. Kdmontoii. clcaf Calvary, fair.......... cloudy U'iimipcc. cloudy Port Arthur, fair In the kelson, fine................... B3 57 .ethbridgc, fair 53 Hfavv rainstorms have occurred 5S -18 50 48 -IS 12 Services: Morning Prayer 11 a.m. Ev- ensong at p.m. Sunday School and Adult. Bible Class at 3 p.m. Holy Bap- tism ar 4 p.m. Holy Communion 1st 3rd Sundays S.30 o'clock. 2ml 11 land tth Sundays at. 11 o'clock service 1 Broiherhood of St. Andrews "meets rector; Sixth St. South. CURE SLEEPLESSNESS, HEADACHE, etc. j'every Tuesday evening in the jar. S o'clock. W. V. AJc.Millen, re( ;.AMERJCAiM CAN MAKE BUSINESS TRIPS TO RUSSIA Washington, May is con- the right of entry into thai icountry of American Jews visiting the jcxar's domain on business missions. Russian embassy here is now is- passports of this kind to pro- iperiy identified Jewish 'business men. Absolutely harmless in their effect. Tf your dealer does not, keeo them, we will mail you a box (18 pow- ders) on receipt of 25 certs. J. L. MATHIEU. Proprietors. Sherbrooke, P. Q. Ottawa, May political out- look is practically uhcnangen from If) it was when Sir Wilfrid leff, for .14; the Imperial Conference a fortnight ago. Parliament will reassemble on July and what will happen then :s conditional largely on .the action of the United States Senate in regard to the agreement and on t.he and Saskatcnrwan i attitude of the opposition regard persisting 'in fheir announced de- holding up supply and refusing to let the v.-ni of ihe majority paign subscriptions and is suggested. Opposed to It is understood that tives fearing thar, new seaie to vMch Weeten? Canada Is entitled vilJ on reciprocity issue go Liberal are anx- ious to have the elections brousrbt on before redistribution. They .can easily prevent its passage in the Commons by continuing obstructive tactics they do not wish to shoulder the onus of compelling the government to hold an election before redistribution. THE MAX A TOUPEE and at many points several inches of snow have fallen. In all districts of iterrninatlon the prairie provinces it has quite cool, and some places a degrees of frost are reported. FORECAST Manitoba and Northwest winds, clearing Sunday. the "result's" census" fair wjlh ;i Iji-tle higher terr.peraturp. JMres, then the only recourse will be with lit.ilft higher j appeal to the country to solve ihe temperature today and Sunday. I deadlock. Reason for the Story M can while the Conservative story been! in parliament, prevail. If obstructive i tactics-are still continued, if supply !is refused and if t.he government finds itself also blocked in thro.ugh the redistribution bill based JEALOUS TRADE TRIAL of an election in September is sent London. May witn th'e design of frightening the interviewed on his arrital here, organizations into more active [and hair dressing parlors. Might Have Had a Good Hcsd of Hatr The man who wears a to.upee does not like it. but has tbe courage of his convictions. Nature never intended that the top of the head should be left'entirely out protection. A bald head is very susceptible to contraction of colds and neuralgia. Wearing an a-rtificial top piece counteracts this tendency, and, aside from the improvement in the persona] appearance, is amply justified. How much better it would have been had the rna.n, now chronically bald and wearing.a. to.upee, but realized ear- lier in life the approaching danger and devoted a little regular attention to his hair, which would have saved it. There is a remedy which will luieJy prevent baldness. Loss of hair in nine cases out of ten is unnecessary, being due to dandruff and the germ that causes it. This germ must be de- stroyed and the accumulations of dan- druff checked. Then the hair will not fall out, but instead will grow naturally and luxuriantly. Ne-wbro's Herpicide is the remedy, regular applications of which will do this. It has long been known as the original remedy that kills the dandruff germ and js absolutely dependable. So reliable is this preparation that all druggists now sell the one dollar size bottles of Herpicide'With a binding guarantee to refund money if .unsatis- factory. Herpicide applications may always be obtained at. the better barber shops "Canada is simply drunk with pros- preparations for a contest, and also I with a view to facilitate the collection perlty I am convinced reciprocity will campaign fund expected pass by November unless the interests. In intervenes. It means a jealous connection, it may be stated that trial between Britain and the of .Manufacturers' Asso- Detroit, Mich. J. D. Higinbotham States." Jciatioii arc being-approached for cam-1 Co., special agent. Anyone desiring to try Newbro's Herpicide before purchasing a bottle will receive a nice sample and booklet bp sending 10c in postage or silver to The Herpicide Co., Dept. R., ;