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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, OHolier Salt Uke's Welcome a The Balance Of The Gow Shoe Stock Has been removed to our store, where it is now to be sold at 40c-50c-60c on the This is an opportunity worth looking into 7 Our WincM! tf H. Goodman Beside Royal'-J3anAK'V Lethbtidge Feature (Contlnutd (mm Front Rebels Occupy Two of China's Big Cities (Continued from.front Ees. They will treat'the wounded-on either side. It is the government numbers 1000." Occupy Southern Shanghai. China, Oct. oc- cupation hy revolutionists of two more important 'southern cities, Chang Sha and Nan-Chang, was''an- nounced in despatches which reached this city early today.. gha Is The capital of-the-pro'vinee of Nu Naji and Nan Chang is the capital of lira province -of Kian 'Si. "-Their- capture therefore delivers into revolutionary hands the local of two important provinces thereby more than doubling territory in which tlie rchels are masters Chang Shi mth thipo hundred thou population is the chief commer- cial centre on road between .Hankow mid Linton H is the sell of JIo Li college, the Chinese 'extension of Yalo university. Chang Sha Is iwo hundred miles southwest of. Han while Tan Chang with dred thousand population is-.scorre- Knondlngly. situated 200 miles' south fast of Hankow. The fall of "Chang Sha and Nan Chang mis been rumor- ed heie for i din or two Advices indefinitely confirm that both--cities eiitneh In the hands of revoln tioharles. Fotii ot Chini-5 15 provmcesxare now rejuded as under revolutionary Influence Sao Cluifn wheie the movement started; Hu Pah, of which Wn Chang is capital; Su Man and Kiang Su. The fall of Nan King, where the garrison is regarded as Hid- ing with the.- revolutionaries, would deliver to tliem'the vice; royal gov ernment of two more provinces, Kiang Su and Nan Hvvai. The entire YangTse valley is grad- ually succumbing to revolutionary Jn- :f.ection No utilising his vet been repoited al nmt which is olilj above llfere1. :is every reason to uoiiero that thn garrison there .cannot be relied upon by the imperial government. Nan King is not only a great commercial, centre, but is 'also a most important, hiilitar.vv'de'pol.- in eCntrai China. Sympathize With Revolutionists Shanghai, Oct. Is generally admitted that unless the government succeeds speedily in dealing a decis ivc blow to its idversirres the re volution vvl'l sineid of Ub own mo mentum over tin. great belt of tei ri-tory across Central China. Refugees of all nationalities con- tinue to flock Into Shanghai from points up the ing Tsc river TBBV' all agree that general appeal'; ances of things is quiet, everyone is with revolutionists and widespread I support is givttii agents of the new movement. Business is absolutely stagnant ov- en in the cities on the lower river and commercial depression .in Shanghai, is complete News from Hankow )s grcitlv de- layed owing to sevennce of telognph lines. The nearest point that cm be reached by wire from Shanghai is Kin Kiang, 100 miles.from Hankow. Thence dispatches nre relayed hy the i eminent hauls hj cliclin camp and cutting miles from Hankow Wireless from Hankow is' not working satisfactorily ind took mttteis into theii own marched through the streets to the home of the Commercial Club, 011-0 of the finest clubs In the city. Streets were blocked In every direction as the belh'brid'je nenuKt and thu Kilting passed through, and tho party felt clliit they were back among' people who kiiuw Canada for what It was aild who'have more than n passing in- terest ,Jn 'tills great-country. On the club -ihc party was made to feel very much at ho'no, due not only to the hospitality of tt.e American cltb.enw present, but also (o the fact that the Canadian Club of I Suit Lake 'City were piwsont to help I in their ent6rtainmcnl. After a gcn- eral recojUion In their beautiful recop- Itlon parlors, during which time many 'reminiscences wore related hy former Canadian's, all were escorted to the dining room of tho chili, where an In- formal hnnuuet was held. At. each lot the many small tables was sealed one former'Canadian, now a' promin- ent citizen of Salt Lake City, and the words of welcome were most cor- dial W. 51. Armstrong acted in the. capacity of host, and at the conclus- ion of the banquet he welcomed the Canadian delegation to I heir city, ex- tending to them tho greetings of the mayor of the city, and of the 'mem- bers of the Commercial Club. He spoke of tho part- played by Canadian citizens in pioneering Utah, pointing out 'that' tlie five original directors of the Silver King--inline, the greatest and oldest, mine in .the were former Canadian citizens. Welcome Mr Armstrong then called upon 13x- senator Reams) of Utah, to address meeting as a former resident, ot Canada The Senator made a force- tirl'speech in which he jpoko of the remarkable growth of Canada in the last decade, forecasting the time when j Canada would be a country ot one Hundred million people living In close and friendly rivalry with the United States." He welcomed the delegation' because of his own friendly fueling to liis-native also hecaiisc'lie believed that the invasion of the Le'lh- m uch liridge special ha'd already clom Ross to Win in Pincher J Creek (Continued From Front Page.) ic LOV eminent wires below low aid bringing dbou biu-h das r ihle relitions between the two great coun tries of North 'America the Senator was well received and was followed by Hon. Duncan Mar; bhjll whose fame as an orator h reached Salt 1-mlte f'om the Coloiado cities hefoie him1 Mr Mush ilia ad di esses one of the featuies ol the tripi and every time he spoke in Colorado Springs during the Congiess ludlence w heirtlls appreciat lloth Ibf lint al -mil Conbirvilive' one In his first address Presi c-inrtidaUS in. in town todiv the dent Worst Introduced him a s latter icconip-inlnd ohn Htrion I shoulder stuke, and bis (illllc miltualh vour corlcspondenl grew ilollg those sMei ,s not, kept Vse as to. the piosptcU c-.n-.dUns and ,nd rrogies, of the opposition cam, J llellmt ,n a ,erj date bill Ins 'substairtwl aulhoritv o( mtelnli for sijinj Hut John J" Hora-tnd Di U iriioiA IIIVL hern meeting with CVUL pirts, mnnnei with matters of mteinitional lollovvlng up aome r on the he said that the ol the mini? onq ot tlie meet laj lhat cmada vvas going to i, wires Hwwfcu C er of government lorces who Hankow end of hno in ins camp him control o, al, messages s auickb learnt of this sifua ui uic iu .-MM pvaj mat held iluiint an I tlle S at s w is bj showing the cut 01 the Ions iv-itivc, CIUSL had to people vvhn i fine on ntiy Canada is icknnulcilr.1- hlnspll coricctcd ittei thus bunging the line in the H-unock hid lild jarp tho itluil h em veils "00 000 good Amen conduion 01 lIUii'. is (1uotcd from can lathing but the most the oiTiuil proceeding in the Mliti 11 Icgi'hUuc inothei meeting Htti on Mr Ross won golden opm ions fiom his hc-ii ers, foi the mister iv minnci in which he hroughi, for ward and confuted ihc prevailing ar- Him nts mil disc sHtcnicnts being scillcipd tlie tlcctori> hv the opposition c-indi htc Tver sn PC he entered Ihc contest "s cmdidilo Mr Toss his disphved litcnl ahihtv auu iimu. m is i spcakei his been gim ng bethhiidgc that then him friends "Mi i suppoitcr1! vvherevci J l ethlmdg" to itttnd hr soes lie his i thnningh grasp gress would 1 reieived with i i K of the politicil situ in vlbcrla I J pitilitv v Inch is one tea in the pncticil sense winch appcils of thp es etn an..... to the firmc s in one vv kimlls teelms- he shown to the Cinidian pn 1 ilong the line of then tup showing how peicefullj these two dcmocutic people can ine togethei s d bv side so peacefullj in f-ict I hat iloni, three thousand miles ofiboundiu lite not one single gun is in evidence He thanked the c i7ens of Salt I ik- Litj for their raobt coidiil vvelton ind assured Jiem on behall of the peo rte of Al btitl ind nnilinilillv of the cit} of igjtion to Dr. Wiirnoek, have heon hold-ne; meet- [ings since the day 'of nomination. W. B. SHERMAN MAJESTIC THEATRE TELEPHONE To-night and To-morrow Night The 'Famous Musical Comedy IT 'ry mm-mni ku MU tOl THE ENCHANTING MELODY WHOSE HAUNTIHC STRAINS HAVE ENTHRAllED THE WORLD Theme Sonf of WOODS' By OTTO HAPZHBAOH tad KABL HOSOaNA. THE LAUGHING MUSICAL SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS I THE JCA.MIVE PBODtJOTIOH t, OiVIT 6F M8SICAL -COHtlY CELEIHTItS, (leiOBing i rsou THB MEW Aiuuaiuif ETHEL BELL WALTER CATLETT I TOBK> Really Beautiful Beauty Chorus Gallery 50c W. B. Sherman Manager Majestic Theatre Phone 646 ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25th Ceo. M. Cohan's Greatest Musidal Comedy 45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY With a Star Cast and the Famous BLUE RIBBON CHORUS Prices and 50c. MAJESTIC THEATRE Phone W, B. SHERMAN, Mgr.____________ Two Nights, Thurgday and Friday, Oct. 26th and 27th WILLIAM K. SPARKS PRESENTS A CAST OF A COMPLETE Miss Anna Day. 20 NEW YORK 'oramatiiation of CharlM Major's PLAYERS PRODUCTION Romance .of Chivalry. WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER The lh" liye 1" the hearti and mindi of the oubllc, -BIG FEATURES- Program jL-THE DELUGE -A. sensat-ioiial''historic pictiirc. Sec- .splendid thnndcv and lightVijiig (it'l'cot. MOTITEiR'S SCABF A beautiful siibjijot- by tlie Co. i-JIM THE MULE HOY An (I'klison Co.) BARNACLE'S CHAPERONE. A rip roaring comedy. Co.) Doors Open Firs< 7.W. J.V Monday Tuesday Matinee Daily THE err v A Strong Moral Drama. TILOU SHALT iVOT'STKAL A Htart Story of Abtorbing Interest. STORY Bis Military Drama. THE C'RUSADEKS Or Jtruialem Delivered. COUKIKK OF LYONS Agriculture 'of -tho province of Sas- fatcnewan, also renliod to the come tendered the Canadian delega- tion, thanking the American people for tlie cordial reception and assur- ing llrem that tho province of Sas- katchewan would lend its welcome to that of Alberta on the occasion of the visit of the people, of Salt Lake City, and the other.-. American delega- tions 'to the Congress .nvuct year. John Woolf'i Greeting It was with great pleasure -too, that Uhc naiiiidian parly heard tho wel- i come of J..W. Woolf. P- Utbri vvlio vvas tlierprime indviir'iii'the ientertalnnvsnt of the Canaolans. He of the rapid, growth of Canada -lng" t'ie I'asl fo'w' years, pai'dcular- 'v' Western (Mna'Ja, where so many Utah' people have lately found new ami happy homes. The citizens of Canada are always welcome In Salt I ake City because the people there have a true cousinly feeling toward them Stwakins ot Canada's growth Mr Woolf said that that country is now growing more rapidly than any ountry In world. the United counry States not excopted, and pointed out 'that Canada's trade with the States vear wns greater than with ..I Ihc rest of UfJ vvorirt tosellior. At the conclusion of Mr. Woolfs ad- Mr, Armstrong rose and -litj.1 Governor. Spry had been com- pelled on account of. alato duties lo be absent from the riMOptlon', but 'kvnt his klndeit greetlnKS to '.lie citizens lu a iuvithiB program was arranged" for the enter- Lainment of the Perhaps the supreme moment of. the Airhole trip was the organ recital In the great j tabernacle of the Mormon church. I Here the Canadians had an op'porlun-1 Itv to hear, the greatest organ erer produced, and their enthusiasm was unbounded. The organ was played by the church organist, Mr. hind, formerly ot Scotland, and when he plived "Annie Laurte" with vox ...nnini accompaniment the Kilties, who were present, felt that they had been honored as never before. Tlie whole program was one great mas- terpiece, musical critics pronouncing it the finest they had ever the opportunity of Inuring. .At the con- clusion of the recital, Mr. McLelland had the whole party come to the choir gallery where lie explained to them the many features of the greatest Ola in in the world, and demonstrated the mnltldlnous tone-3 which It is cap- ab'ie of producing. The party thanked Mr. Woolf and the church officials for their kind- ness in extending this courtesy, and for the remainder of .the afternoon spent the time in sightseeing auto i tips about this .historic city of Ihc west, leaving at. midnight feel- in" that tlreir reception had been more than a formal affair, and that they had been treated to the hos-- In tho power of-the citizens. Miiny or. the delegates allied 'at the nyvv Utah hotel, which, hns-.-reec.ntly. been constructed at a cost of Iwo anddne- half Kiilllons, and which is considered one of i.he'finest hotel's In the world. The exterior -of the eleven storey building is of white ninrble, while the interior is most magnificent with Its pillars tiilten from tlw mmintalns iii the vicinity or the city. HEAVY DRAFT HORSES FOR B. C. Brandon, Oct. specimens of heavy draft horaes .arc being taken from this country districts lo British Columbia markets, which goes to show that the interest in the horse breeding industry la steadily Increas- ing here. Horses Unit are ped tills year are heavier and more Uniform 111 every way than any tlnit have been shipped in past seasons. ShM'sGure conttin. cures coldj, AH tkrMlvd at NORDICA MYRON W. WHiTNEY, BASSO. ROMAYNB PIANHT. Majestic Theatre, Oct. 28 ON SALE AT and EVERY SEAT RESERVED COMING Majestic Theatre ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGE DISMISSED Medicine Hal, Oci, con- siderable deliberation on the part ot Captain I'nrker, Joseph JldUirnan, who was yesterday charged- with at- tempting to shoot George Frcrlchi, of ciiappis lake, was released from cus- tody, the case being' dismissed. He was hound over in' personal surety, of and two others of 1500 ;