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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LK'lHHKllMK HfcHALI) OHobcr II. TO MAKE YOUR FAMILY HARPY Place ii Victor in youi home. -SI a week will do this. records in stock. Mason Kiseli rhino Co. Doni. Ulk. Phone TO BARRACKS AGAIN GOES DENNIS Only Released Yesterdaj on a Ram- page STOCK YARDS AT WINNIPEG tTinnipeg, Man.. Oct. con- ference held yesterday afternoon be- uveen the provincial authorities and ihe railroads interested it was de- cided that work nn the union s luck- yards here should hr commenced im- mediately. Present at the conference Preciier Roblin and lion. Colin .Campbell, representing ihe govern- ment, R. A. C. Manning representing; the abattoir commission, K. Fet- .crs, for the Canadian Pacific Rail- After his release- from custody ves jierriny hy Supreme Court, alter Dioilths spent in the cells .it Lluj .Mounted Police Barracks, where was held for trial in connection with an indecent assault on Mrs. Victoria Noel. "Bo" Dennis, colored, wi'ni mtt on the with the result that at. five o'clock' hp was once more in [the (oils, on charges which this morning netted him three month's more in the and an additional charge to face al the next sittini; uf ihe Disuii'l Court. Hfgulai hours and pood provender ill the ha r racks put "K" in 'trim physically, hut it was evidently I I'or his temper. At any rate 'when hr was given his freedom, he immediately to tank up on the rankest brands of whiskey to be found, and went nut on the fight. He diij; up Jin old army razor some place, and armed with that as a weapon be invaded several oi the bars of the city until he ran amuck and had the razor taken away from him. Then about four o'clock with a huge jag aboard, he visited Mrs with had trouble previously, CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block FALL HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR THE silks, cashmeres and worsteds. In every wanted weight and size, all representing exceptional val- ues a! the price. We are buying- only such hosiery anil underwear as shall prove eonilWlalile and The Ilia! g'oc.s ne.xl lo ilie skin needs to be selected willi the jjreatesi care and arc even more purl icnlar in our choice limn you need he if yon supply your needs al this sl.ore. A SPIXMALSJIOVVING OF .HOSIERY ON union suits or sop- i' Indies'and ojtru stout wo- men s In wool, merino, fleece lined and cotton SALE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. INCLUDING VALUES WORTH UP TO UNDIvHWEAJJ ni- E5C Such news of exrentional in hosiery and imdenvenr in .he proper wPjglU for Kail and Winter weir scores of women, and we strongly urge an early visit if yon would 1m certain of necnrinc yo.'r share. This Hosiery Is shown in splendid quality cashmere goods, plain and ribbed, sizes 8 1-2 to 10 ins.; the tint be by Black Llama Hose in sizey S 1-2 to 10 Fine Cashmere Hose in pure wool ntmHty, ladies1 sixi-o'bOc Fine Hose, of pure wool cashmere, very fine anil -.-oft, srey heel and toe Children's Fine Ribbed Hose, iu a ramulete ranse nf nil the wanted colors; very elastic and splendid to wear sizes 4 lo S ills............................2Sc to -45c Combination Suits, in grood weight, cream Combination Suits, in pure woo! or mixture of wool to Natural Wool Combinations, very warm and c.vd-i -oiid 10 wear ,i0 Ladies' Fine Wool Vests and Drawers, sliown'in'-Vronm only; fine and soft j j oo Vests and and Usiicn Suits, In every gi-.irie ;incl price. Just to Hand by Express Empire Satin, for even- dresses and I'oniHla- lion linijiys, shown in widths lo -1-0 ins. in heaulifnl rich shades of Paddy (Ireeii, Hlne. Cerise, Sky, Kose and iSpecia I June's (.'ream. Black. Trunk- HaciCc and H. .1. General Manager McLeod, t'lark, for the Canadian Thc site of the new 'stock yards, which will cover 215 acres, will be Cl' nc'ij- in St. Boniface, being so situated as. I uuin I On comine to her house he demanded MacKetuie.! some he had left there when Solicitor "e away to live On the govern- Xui-lhfni. mcn: SCttins Ulcsp he threaten-' WILL NOT BENABBED ON VflTFS FOR HONEYMOON cd Mrs. WOMEN Masic Salt Lake City, Oct. ll.-The choral eymoon of J. W. Hill, alleged scion I 'We ai'j glad our aui-gei- jot an influential Canadian family, the choral club has i who arrived here last week from Los Practical form. j Angeles, where he Miss Mary ,o be sent even an ambitious student would rr j Bard as a starvation and robust mvn who gave their com] fort and milch of enjoyment of llf to score fnr their arl." Mirs Kthel Bell will iilMiear wil j "J'nila..... Sherry" at [he .MajeRt j Thi'alre, on Monday and Tuetdaf October 23 and 84. ies as well. The yards will be under; the control ol the provincial -govern-- San Francisco. Cal., Oct. secret service operatives, at Todele larently the fate of the woman's suf- t'tah, just as Hill and his bride wen frage in California depends upon the about to board a train for thc east. Full announcement i be short for thc season. life, so (hat she call- I Dennis then left and went to a hotel where he put himself: all conveniences for all the i to 3lccp thp basement. But the railroads interested and the two considering him a menace to thr fale o! the woman's suf- Uah- Just as Hill and his bride were 'the public health; thonsht he would lrase depends tmon about to board a train for the east 'lle rehearsal of tl.'j to witness the prod net ion. If will be made shortly as lo the chlVs I is 't n-.aans that uiaiiK fnr tho istarland will hnve to pay from ?50 to ilOfl per year for sen'ices, and mad itti'fe securely in the cells, so Votc Sa" Francisco- With 1257 ir..t presenting warrants charging forgery ment so far as the rates and was sent out'after uf precinets states outside are concerned: while ih. "nb" resisted arrest, nascini. of San I'rancisco heard from, v o- are coucernedj while the whicli has first choice over the pack- i vcr-v remarks, and the. ing houses, obtained a site of 15 jconstl11111-' calleii in help to get the acres to he used in connection with to the guard room, the construction oi a cold storage' T'.''S charges were Plant and abattoir which latter is-lallt hin'. assault on a Slav expected to give a good impetus Grower's cleaning es- the live stock industry of the Wes Bank of Winnipeg, had not been able to tabulate Pearctl suddenly, being heard from on the Pacific coast. Another terdav. C. N. R. AFTER THE RUSSELL? Ottawa, Oct. is stated on NO TRUTH IN REPORT Having heard a report that R. Palmer, the counsel for Ceoriw Whitford in the mur- der trial, had secured from Whitrord an assignment of his Ui'o insurance policy, the Herald naked Mr. Palmer con- cernlng the report. Mr. Pal- mer said that there was nof the l-aait truth In the report whatever, and that he could not understand how such a re- port could tfe started. _______ ia alrfred On wthority today that the Canad- T Rai'Way iB for the purchase or the RuweM Hole' in this city. The company's intenuon i opposite the new Grand Trunk "on It will embrace both station and hotel. COLIN CAMPBELL SUPERINTENDENT Victoria. Oct. lo._The current issue of the British Columbia i-azette will contain the offidal sn- woman's suffrage in Sa would not exceed and might drop below that figure. Francisco, Oct. 11.__ Womnn suffrage defeated in Califor- nia. Majority in San Francisco against granting 'Suffrage to women is white in the" state at large the majority in favor of granting suf- was presented by Hill it is alleged. frage to women will not exceed 3000. ARGUES AGAINST HOME RULE MADE NO BARGAIN WITH THE CROWN several ders and other obiectionable alVairs. t he disap-; Tho ccrtujnly The Seld Denial of the Succcitlul 'a wise course in appointing n Public: Artiet I Censor whose rluty it would be not wonfler how mnch jonly to keep an eye nn the picture knmv8 of the of 8tarvBtIori cn. i shows, but also keep watch on tho am-sd by singers nmi actors." says theatrical iirnriuctions. ;Mfr.3 Etliol thp star of "Madame There is, of course, ihe danger al- ways that the censor may exaggerate nialtrrs overmuch. He should be a man clio-scn for his sound judgment and keen iliHcrimination hetween uhai, wholesome and what is ollienviso. in Los Ange- too. lik-fl FO many of hlR. cnn temporaries, has unqtiRKtlniiahly como imdfir ihe inTlnenre of Klgar's music ;Hifi variations make excellent hearing for their j Al] three of th'asft Britiih composers I met with 3 rapturous reception on ris- ing to conduct, and all three were ply rewarded at the close hy the piause of the Urge audience. London, Oct. Hal- dane, 5ps.king at Aberdeen tonight, referred to the speech delivered on Saturday at Haddington by Mr Bal- four, in which the 'latter referred to the "felon .blow" contained in Mr inmtb's "traitorous advlra" to the only through necessity. hut in the persistent foliowlng of the aim of perfection? Of course, the his- tory of all art It filled with Instances of adversity, t-errfbio trials and de- privations of not only the comforts but the actual neces-jitles of life. The Ihe appomtmcnt oi a Censor is of Paris echo with cessary but he should be under strict scenes of hardship and sacrifice and supervision. Personally, I think the it Is a familiar occnrrom.e in all Ms- Chief of Police ought to be the man of artistic endeavor, this sacri- for such a position. 'ice of self to the great goal. "But there are severe demands on the successful artist as well. Wligt At Starland Lom Haldane said: "We made no nouncement appointment ouver Uln S. Campbell, of to the office of superintendent of po- "ce for British Columbia, vice Prod S. Hussey, deceased. London, Oct. Long, one ime Clnef Secretary for Ireland, op- ened the anti-Home Rule campaign i It would be very nnbecora at Darlington jasterday. He pointed lnK make a bargain n-lth jit that Self-government for Ireland We did not a.jk any pledse along the lines of Canada and Aus- of the K'ing. We only said that we tralia meant the virtual separation have an understanding as to the from Oreat Britain. jreal isstra which was being silbmittod The Cowboy and Indian frontier i -vou "link tne People who push i Jlebrat'ion pictures which wore to'tllem the pastries and j i _. 'other seducers of thc hut the ircal bread and butler ,-isncntial to jhave been shown at Starland 11 not be on e.vhi- STAGG'S MOTTO: Small Sales Two Lots In Alemndw at.a bargain, therefore will be sold at a bargain. Furnished Rooms.' T. H. STAGG Phon. Estate Office 5 Johnion hour. 10-12 2-5 Could not Canada tomorrow, If she to the nation. took tho only wishes to do asked Mr. Long, j course which a constitutional mon- tnrow off the British flag? You ITch could take, and that was to sav know perfectly well that all the sol-1 'What the country that, will and sailors in thc world, and accept.'" I all Its statesman, could not prevent Canada, Australia or South Africa laWnj their own line.. The great col- however, he affirmed, had no Intention of doing anything of the .5, kind .for they loved the Mother Conn-1 try, and meant to stand by her. But U.M.W. OF A. PRESIDENT TO TALK TONIQHT Geo. Angus. f. E. Sh.ntr. Angus Shantz anm tA7 107 Sherlock Buildin people ought not to be content with -jeciirit'ies of that.kind, for In certain clrciimatances they would re- gret It with btternv-ss. if Canada, Australia or the Union of South AM- j ca were to leave the Mother Co.untry, V It would not Interfere with the secur- j Ify of hter defence, but it wns tlot so with Ireland. Could they face prospect of reparation In Ireland with the same Immunity AR they do In the Colonies. She was as much a part A of the Mother Country, RIS were Lan- i cashire, Yorkahlra and Durham. i 1 AND t, BLOCK ALEX. fnclng pair, 11.00 cash, hal. easy 37 1-2 FEET ON AVE. 1J4, with shack on rear at lane worth 60 1 19 ROOMED MODERN 38, on lot 50 i 150; all fenced; central; snap at .1-4 (1C. IMPROVED north of Diamond City, 95 acres broken, buildings worth fllOO; well with windmill; all fenced; 95 acres of oats In shock go with farm. (.ash, bal. easy. For quick per sere..............................'.. MOUBIB FOU HENT. ...WOO ..11400 There will be a raa-ss meet- ing in the .Miners' Hall, North L'Jtbbridge, tonight at which .John P. White, national presi- dent of the U. M. W. of of Indianapolis, will spetlk.. The meeting will be 'open to the public, and all labor nien. of 'th-a city arc'especially invited to be pitsent. The meeting will start at 7 o'clock. tng to the hundreds of people teinn unable to gain admittance to the (impress Theatre, Calgary, the man- thllt great sinKei-i and more i asemetit there have arransad hold i'ha-n one actor, have fairly starved These t thvniRd-.-cP. not only for a day and a comfort and a normal oondilion, merely to presvrve a csllain tone or j accent? You may believe me 1 i PARLIAMENT TO SIT A MONTH Likely to he Summonef for 15th of Next Month CU'aiva, put., Oct. new parlhmrnl will probably called for the ilccpiiich of business on the ISih of N'ovcmhcr. This is a Wednesday this attraction for today, and have j la'te tnat at me time [luring my ap. therefore secured a program of all jpearance In cranrl in Germany leadllners and every one bj 'at thfs outset of niy (hero v.-as repaid for their visit to Starland to- thai iiicliideil -lifricnlt. lay. The big feature IB a roaring! Passages I ro.u'd assay only with, comedy entitled "School Ma'm's "'hen I hnd nil food picture funny in story and Kor :it least a day or'nvo. and when me, to re-; over a month, and .will be devoted i theme, fun that is original and callr. ni.'cra !-i our i'.-iiortoire l Ihe pnssfnc; of supply. ''Mid the c.v- I'iralion ot 30 days the'members .will he witiilcil to their lull Indemnity. BAD LOOKING MAN FOR.LETHBRIDGE JAIL Medicine Hat, Oct. ll.-fl. Schrncl- CAPTURE WU CHANG Pfckln, Oct. reached this city that the Chinese revolu- tionist! have cuptured Wu Crnng, tne of the Province nf Hu I'eh, i whare trouble has hean reported for days. The commander of the troopj defenifing the city wat killed hy n bomb and the. Viceroy escaped only by hasty flight, rive foreign gun are stitloned nlong Yung Tim Klnnj protecting the city of Hankow. HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNQ WOMEN Under the direction of the Sla- ters, of the Holy Names of Jesus: and Mary. First ClniB Honrdinj and Day School. Primary anil. Grammar Grades. Sole Accredited High School. .Advanced Normal Course of Two accredited uy the Slate of Washington. State Diplomas' conferred. Alu- sic and Art Siudfo. Write to Sitter" Superior for Yeir Ipililin, W.tfi. nr-Uie, Mill IIUIL in Ul'iyi-'iai ami Cailr. i-i iVIiOri.OirC f ViirUnf U n for a hearty laugh. "Ward of Unc.v Utornlly a'ial-vc until U hr.d nn Sam" ia a drama that will appeal to sung. cira'n t heart. This film stands In rank "I know one of tba finest tenors stn'lion in" month, with the best produced In motion .'the German school ever product Hffirtlnit r photography. For scenic beauty "A; who hecnine a slavo his stomach i mnndinr tni (l" Trip to Norway" cannot Us equalled, land he Is now oi-c-isiimv v in'nis'ol "TI at c 8f while Vandyke's Love Story is the gardes, gome i "c- most beautiful colored picture ever igrojlest aclors- have -lived wooh prisoner thc shown here. The pictures Known at week, and year after veir on whi- Lethh monthl Slarland- are not only and ror initructlve, but elovailng charac- ter as ,wei1 as ahllridant 'in variety of subjects. Pictures Pats Inspection Regarding what has been said about miny pictures shown In this city, H. E. Willis, malinger of Starland, slalfi that ax far as his theatre Is concern- ed all the films that arc shown at j Slarlmid pass a rigid Inspection of i body of censors nt Winnipeg, and j ill of this talk about, appointing a ocal censor K; purely nnnscnw. Why ilist the other day the Winnipeg con- I gave nn exhibit of several tho.u- of trims of tiiffercnt things tbej- hail cut out of pictures that i Monumental Works Sec our work. <-.icl. our prices. kiiidsofnuu-lilusliili work. Simpson Needs Works: SJIi Si. ;