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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .LETHHRI.JME DAILY HEKALlV DINE WITH LOAD REDMEN THE PASSENGERS WITH BOOZE FLEET WAS BEATEN xindmi. Oc.t. who i'o booked on tlvj I of li'uluntl. un which II. K. II. Uiu Dull or Bulls I'oi- Canada morrmv sir K. DimcomlH lion, (J. Ward, Rlr .indy Traffic Thriving Though Offenders Can't be Located of llcglna: CoiiHUimlnoplo. Ocl. city j Col. Kllol, of utul Dr. Adtms i. thrown Inty u of Jlontroul. The Uukc of ComiauglU 'ato of oxclicimmt by ;i .rumor that imd an iiudiciitn yestordity with .Uio Mis Turkish fleet luia >aeji tlostroysd colonial Hficrulary. Th'o iMiilmrUlug in a B'rcut nnvul engagement'off Alyti- stci.'j promises to be very At'ti'i- liuvitig sunk or captured urltif-h ships Uio It.'tlimiH are lo have landed and the sltirid. An greater m-iibntlon CIVIL WAR .IN PORTUGAL---- un.tifud by a rouurt tliw lioiivy firing ha.I btxw board tills nionii.-iK north of the The" inin- as both railway ami st-eamsltlp of- ficials have tanned a number of in- vitations to (Ailebritcs. Their Koyul I Uglinesses will dine in the bhlp'B caloon with thy rest of the Madrid, Oct. The Governor of .Badajoso rcporl-j a violent engagement Royalists inul Itepnblicans at Stinlellno. Tbe Sjwnlgh ml his tor HI'.boh luit> fens, a message to hl-j T'lVeniir.cni tint considerable agi .la- Jinn is (jobig on at Portuguese I.cndon, The Daily Graphic j today publish os an interview with oiiiim.'nt- Portuguese who ftioclarc' rfvll wnr fneviUiblc in Por- pugfil. The Hoyall-Jis there are all fciU'.pnrvd, havo ample finances and two tiie 'warships 'and are Eignul lo begin. only f ANOTHER GOVERNMENT TAKES TUMBLE Fsrth, West! Australia. Oct. the polling litre! yost'ar- in tho slute tlie niiulKry of lion. Frank Wilson 'vau flpteai.yd. Present psturns a Labor majority of six. bad effect upon tno becoming very -boer.Hary Lyttluion argued CLOSER UNION WITH CANADA Ixmdon, Oct, pea U ing HX; Sfil- forriwr Colonial favor early of closer rnlfniini union between Great Britain and Canada, tmt only in race policy, for defense as well. 15'? asserted Octobar S. Camn-.Ulmt Knglanu witliont lira aid nf HIP bell of the ghlp.ulng firm of G. S. ['colonies, must in a few years yield (.'umphcll Co.. returned 'from Kng- lay or ugp and Draught GIFT TO DAc-riOUSIE Iain] a with 111m a for a gtrt. to iJaihoiisie univorsity from .1. II. Dunn, a graduate of the eollefe-a. Dunn is a native of Hathnrsl. X. H., its maritime anprenincy. Urn-ins thr iwst fi-w mouths the police hiivij'bwn having NHPIT trou- ble tlian usual on account of Hie In-j of the Uluiil IU-XITVC- ;l: hottxc supply from unknown sources. There .sot-ins to he a regular trade in j wliiKky' with the Indians, and or i i three (if the Indian urn-ink1 rs are be-. I iiig carefully watched. Hut I hey art1: afdeil 'by white cimfnlcratus, as uiiiitivfui to sfl! to the In- j illiins, and .these acconiplici-s buy Hie j placing it in some place i where the Indians may have access to It. Yesterday two oS the natives trom Mew into the city and actions showed they were here to no fiood purpose. Sergeant Silliiiei' aiiil Detective Kgaii kepi a weullUiir.cye peeled the mysterious of llie redmcn, anil soon FUNERAL OF MRS. SHAW.. and spent tlit'M years nf Dalhousle w w_ i.av.- school, then being admitted to fh-r: liar Nova Scotia. .A prac- ticing here for-soiire time .'lie rsinovcd to Udmonton and later to England, where he is now head of the banking firm of Oimn, Fisher Co. PREPARE FOR RECEPTION TO DUKE OF CONNAUCHT Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Pa ment Hill this morning; workmen be ;an Ilia erection of the stand whera the of welcome will be pre- sented lo the Uuke of Connaught on Saturday itfext. A number off orna- mthnal arches are also in coufgo of erecMou ;tnd the street decorations wiil be elaborate. OUR of' them riding oil nonchalantly Tin- nmoral of Mrs. William Wnlson j iovatds Ihc resenv. lie was joined Shaw'in North Ollibridge. took place hj-th-- other at the outsKirl.s of the, this afternoon from the family resi-' city, and both kept looking hack to ;lcn ofriclnt-1 if they were heinp followed. But Sergeant SilHfcet_ hutted in on their and intercepted them be-' CHARGED WITH SMUGGLING fore .they had gone more; than half aj Kegl'ria, Oct. upon infor-; mile A'; He took them both into cus-j matlon laid today by cuatomo officials lody, bringing them to the po-j tho police arrested Modiste Killlan, a lice station, where their effects were. _ !Belgian, on the charge of smuggling) searched. The search revealed that 'watches, diamonds and-other articles their of value into the country. The arrest j OI fl package of firewater; half Hollowed the of cabled Infor- rlia- frora Belgium concerning Kll-1 vvlltcl> tt u is anosed that the accused 1 nPSorve in I "K Carpet and Rug Sale .Many have Inlvfii nri vantage of our Cost. Cleanup; Out Snlo of Puigs, .Mats Linoleums', Arc you mining (he I'orliiiiHto ones? Remember, we discontinuing' l.his line and arc clearing ihosc out at i-he wholesale cost. 9'xl2' Brussels and Axminster Car- pet Squares Worth for prices on our Ladics'-'Goiits and Suits. .Re- meniljer, thole lire-new goods, but in addition to those ord- ered by oin'selves, there was a. large shipment which arriv- ed for the A- Macduniild Co. by mistake. As they were here the gave' us a large concession, to accept them. We will'give you the benefit; as we want to clear them, (juickly. A. new line of Ladies' Ties. Uelts, etc.. received direct from Toronto by express, also Satin in the new green. _________- MACDONALD BLOCK Healfiti power to !h; lull iKe'i and only with good dtpcstlcn. has been engaged selling diamonclr, and other contraband goo'ri-3 in nd elsewhere. MRS. PANKHURST COMING London, Oct.. is announced (bat -Mrs. Pankhtirst is shortly lo conduct ;i snffrag-stte campaign in Canada. up weak the Juices which arc you loori properly converted into and sinew. ltd blood active brsin. 50c. a box at yo'jr druggist'.1- 32 Drill: .r.J Chrmieal Co. C.ti.d., LimUeJ, NEW RUSSIAN MINISTER .OF INTERIOR SI. Petersburg, Oci Knralcoft" lias been aazetlej Minister of the Interior. mans tlu'ncil cud, to be tin1, notorious Philliii-lloof I M to h Phillip .it one he eoplov ol Illue Wing, both 1 UK- police. In fact, jcase time was a scout in j Police he police were unable ma e against them bnt he the lime Clmrf .Gillcspie was with the j alonS wllil force. "'He deteriorated in morals HIM! j a. left Uie 'force, after which he eked out -a'.precarious living by helping himself to other peoples'-horst-s .when they looking, and as a result put in time in the pen. He also served various sentences for handling and is now considered one ot thp oi the Reserve population. Hla .companion seems to he his equal in evading the and they have lot of trouble for the police. th some other shady i likely that the Moimlci i lice will take a baud. C'hicf Gill tol'I Phillip Hoof this morning lie would report the matter to As tliea- set'iu'c'd' lo bo no evidence a Few Days More Clear Gow's Bankrupt Shop Stock rices that the Indian Asent on the Reserve, but Phillip took it stolidly, never balling an eye. Needless lo say the was confiscated, and the redmen will have to drink water till they can run across another cache. However, the will be safely kept and may he i them in case any evi- dence is obtained which will warrant bringing the pair to trial. TWO DINERS ON SPECIAL TRAIN Great Northern is Anxious to Give Best of Accom- modation Every day brings an added interest, the Colorado Springs excursion ,vbicb leaves Lethbridge on Oct. I'l. Tollbridge as the place for the 1912 Congress is being endorsed by Boards Trade at) over Alberta, and the I other day the city council of Calgary passed a resolution to this effect. V. Downer, who is in charge of exclusion, informed the Henhl Uhis morning that .'inot.her improve- 'nitmt had been made in Ihe train in 'order to make it one of the very best which ever travelled out nf Canada. 'xiesuicp iK'iialtiiiK ;i dynamo in (lie yon. Lend viHe (the highest city in the Mount Massive, Tennessee Pa-SB (crossing the continental Red ClifC Canon, River Canon, Canon of the Grand River, Echo Cliffs, Olenwood Hot. Springs, Mount Sopris, Grand Junction, Valley of the Qiaml (the famed fruit Book Cliff-3, Green River, Castle Gate, Soldier Sum mit (Wahsatch Spanish Fork I Canon, Mount Nebo, Utah Lake, River Jordan, Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake. Colorado Colo. The passengers on the. Dry .Funning; train having; three days to spend in this city, tlie following de- scription of it will leU, them STRIKE BREAKERS TAKEN AWAY McComh CiU Miss Oct the cnfoited ricpiiturt, lite this if ternoi ii tin hst of the btukehreakr eis brought here bv the Illinois iral railroad came the first real Kuriince ui tlie restoration of peace utti foui hours oi excitement and spasmodic rioting. The people of McComb I lU mncled that tlie stnkebre-iktr ht from their Springs is a city of Inhabitants what kind of a place it IB. Colorado commumtv and the 132 men were plied ibuml i heuih guarded fipt cial Irain and hurried to New Or leans. Sixty soldiers armed "with ball cartridges and with orders to "shorit 10 Kid H accompanied ihe pecn! ti in !i r [ai i Maiinolin iclion (he mililiu inlhoi here the visitor may enjoy all the comforts and convenicnc-es wiih a large share ot tlie pleasure apd advan- tage of modern city life. Upon its broad tree bordered avenues are seen the elegant and costly mansion and the cosy cottage. It has ample accom- modation for the thronga who seek it at all seasons of the yeais from the Hies probably prevented another iiotel of. metropolitan sixe1 arid appoint- He that might have proved m'ore ment, to the modest boarding: The delightful city is ossontinlly one j of homes, where the families of many j of the most influential business men U ha-3' Launer Government- Givni 3t than cl isli oi list night POSTMASTER APPOINTED 1 the state of Colorado reside. clubs, beautiful .rind costly churches ;md schools, and la the seat Colorado College. Ii. is environed by a great number Position to'Deputy Citlw IITCE Oct Post 101 Smith has been sp.- in like areu on the globe; snperh fo and and in many In T car reservation to Lelbbridge. Fred W. Downer Enuliil The government oF New Wales lias fixeil Ihe minimum ig( for-all female work in govern men i em- ployment -at a year. We still have all sizes for men, women and children. Now is the time to act in buying shoes Gow's Stock at Gow's Old Stand midu-ny by the great pesll Conic liaggngfi cur so lhat llio whole train see u :allA may .be lighted by. elect ridty, t.he Pal.raing Congress which is to be ;Great Northern .people, have written iheM 10 ,n, aml'al the 'Mr. Oowrter that another dining tlme to he attached to the train for the gel Ill0 nexl meetlrig 111 1912: accommodation of the party. tins earlv .jnplic.lllou for sleeping jwill mean a groat imiirovement, anil 'the hundred or more peoply who will talie in tho trip will lie well looked :p.flcr so fur an the culinary depart- inieiu Is concerned. Applications for reservalioiri are coming in from every part, ol' tlie west. jtbo latfjt hsini; for tlio party spiiiK ifroin tlie governmenl lit. Kd- nionton. Those includetl in this party 'will he Hon. Unnrnn M.irshall, llinis- 'ter of Agriculture, and Mrs. Marshall; Hon. A. .1. McLean. Provincial Secre- lary, and Slirs. C. R. Hotcli- Iciss, p'.iblicity commissioner; Mr. ami ?iii-j. Hlue, Mr. and -Mrs. Harconrt, Mv. Lewis, Mr. and Airs, .lohn Iliioll, of Majile Creek, will also join fhe here. .Much has been said nhout Ihe beau- tiful scenery to be seen along tho route, but tho scenic attractions are past any word picture which might, be drawn. Some of the scenic attrac- tions lo be seen from Ihe car window on the main line between Denver and Salt Like City are: Denver. Ojtle Rock, Palmer Lake, Pine Crest, f.len Parli. Monument. Colorado (the city of Pike's M'c-jk, Manlton springs. Garden u! tho niieyanne MotintHln, Pnchlo ,tho ll'ltlsbiirg of the Florence Oil i District, Canyon City fruit iHoyul (lorge, Grand Canyon of Arkiin-i Kolitla fjiinriUin iiolnl. wlili Mar-1 Uiiall Pa3fi Sanpre de C'riaiio iraiige, ''ollex'i'ne Pc-.lks i Vale and Bran's and variety of scenic wondeiw, more pointed post: master by the Laii- easily accessible than are to be found rier government to fill the late Post .Master Lowlaca's place. Lov-elace contested sant- aeaina-t Mr. Lari'. cases lines of electric railway lead to cistei the groat canons, to MtinUou, lo the r Smith Is a Liberal end the, Conserv Garden of. the Gods and other points are np in arms against the ap of supreme interest. The matchless pointmenf, though it is adrnittvjd oli panoVama of the Pike's Peak range. ?.l! sides that Smith is M'ell deserving for twenty miles from north to south of the promotion.. He ascended to the is ever in view, notching the sky in position froni a junior clerk: A score splendid serrnl.ioti-3 and '-'dominated of leading Conservatives ivanted the position. CALL IT CONNAUGHT v lidmbnton, Oct. propo- sition made hera that the amal- gamated cities of Edmonton and Strathcona should be call- ed Coiuiaught in honor of