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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 2, 1013 THE LETilBllinGE DAlLlf HUKALD Page 7 Turf Cluti Fall Race Meet September 16-17 IN PRIZES For The Following Events: FOUR HARNESS RACES FOUR RUNNING RACES TWO INDIAN RACES WILD .HORSE RACES Special Attractions will b? given between the races by some of the ehariipioii Ko'.ers ami Kidei'ii of the Winnipeg Stampede. CITY BAND IX ATTENDANCE B. B. McCavty President'. C. C, .Pagmielp, Sec.v-Treas. Vancouver, H. C., Sept. Elanieau, of Vancouver, former wel- terweight thampioa of Canada, wt-nl 13 roiijiOs with l.eacb CUM of New I York, at Hie Hrujhousc arena loilay, i acd the (act tbal the boxers had mu- tually sliced, on a draw if on their feet, at end, saved the American from having a rM.-at registered against him. The contest went the limit, with the Vancouver lad having a shade and he left tbe ring without a mark, while the Sew Toiler, who is camping on the trail ol Willie Rit- chie and Freddie Welsh, climbed out with his mouth badly cut ar.d a left black optic, the n-iull o'. Barrieau's straight Iclts. 1 ILK FAST FIFTEEN.ROUND GO AT MAN OUT POINTER Ftrnic, Sept. the Fernie rink arena a 15-round boxing codiest wns lo'ughl with clfe'n toiiigbl between. Dick Marshall, ot Fcrnit, and "Cyclone" ol Vi- toria, tho latter securing the decision, on pointE. Mtu.'haU weighed in at 165 and Scott at.183. Tl, London Banker Reports the Lethbridge District Lost Big In-. vestment Through Lax Methods at Calgary and that this Condition Prevails Tne followins comment on Canadian bat his syMHi: of offering BRUTAL MURDER IN TORONTO Lucy Ivet, employed In tne kitchen of Smith's holti, brutally mur- dered by a blow "on the head, DTckenton Is under arrest charged vv'ifh murder. The kitchen where the fatality .occurred Is inarked with a cross. as it does oue of (he leading of a man who ha; for years had large interests In Western Canada and placed enormous sums in in British Col- uialjla aud Alberta, should be con- vincing thai tilere is ?or more land titles offlces, and for or.e in llie Lethbrldse dlstrlcl. U Is wrl'. ten to a frleud and former Repojts a Man Just Returned fronv the Far North-Anglican .Archdeacon's Statement Edciontori, L Sept, 1. Archdeacon. Lucas: a native of Brighton, who lelt small. A lour-rcmJ preliminary was I Extend 2! reira sgo. Immediately foughf to 3 tlraw bet'.veni Penh, iH'ngton IT .-i-it JL_ T t Keioie, and also of Fer- CaiigHi on the Fly The first of the poit Mason vcrtes of the Weitirn Canada iMgut Moose "Jaw and Saikitoon.ffrr the sea- son's championship played yte- le r day and won by 7 to 2. Albert. captured the Saskatchewan football champing- ahip bydtfeailri'g ttit Reglnst Thlttt-i yesterday, 2 to 0. The game p'aY- td at SaeVaioor.; The both goals In the second half. The Nationals defeated the ir.ih-Ca- nadians. in a (acroste encounltr at Montreal yesterday, 2. Ad. Wolgast lost the decision in hit ten-round bout yesterday at Oakland, vrfilh Woigist was In poor condition, Jse Jackson seems to be one Am- onie of northern Indians a-re abandoned Ihe tepae and quit the for the white man's mode of Hv. ng, of them have developed tub- The mlMjon- recdvej'ijmefilcal education .hlk beM.ln pbq many'ot'the belug aEiisted y a competent urn'.-' Th'e-'.AhgllCEn church has a ii members arapng the Indian-, nd ro glon, Ifeionging to the, Homan Cal-h- lle "The .b'nlween tie In ilans and the' EJiViinot wore not al a-e to-iay when they.-kneel together at Com muni the Archdeacon Eald. "Thii'would bive b'een Impossible a ew (fb.. The suspicion with th'a forinerly regarded .he'ReVi.ien without reason anJ, bill oivlng principally to these lax and unbuslnejss-ltko methods, there are now several other couDtties offerings are more farorabJy tfcan are thoie oJ Canida. You, as a satemmi. of course, tbat tbo quality ol the goods otfert-d, lUe method of offer- Ing and of delivering are of patunioiint Importance, ant? If Canadians wish tu prerc-rve their diminishing credit in-. the old country and beep au open mar, ket here for Canadian sccurltleSj they. will certa'oly have lo revise their methods of doing business and to elim- inate from their the grosg ccTolespncsa which seems, to be tbe ear murk of EO much of their deklisga over here. 'As you ktiov, and as I Itnovr Can. ada Is undoubtedly a fine progressive country, and offers paniuilarly Jav." oOrable opportunities for inveitmeni ol capital, but we must not forget that. there are other countries which are: making a big- anri suceeaFhil bid "for Dritish Capital in competition with, aad F regret to say that Instances of tlio kind which calls forth these re- marks are frequently And seized upon and used detriment by our competitors, arid Just mrev as this laxity and In al-. lowed to go on !D >'rnadUia baitneti c-handUe he superior to that of. h done over here, so surely those who handle these eventually- decline to become Interetted in thing Canadian." tnortsdlty the high, chMly u a rerjk of intennarrlDg'e'' through generations, tbe lacs of uour- Iibment .or tha rootbers at childbirth, ajid tbe luordlnate'uBe of raw tobacco by the caium Only the strongest children snrrtve, he said. There are no cows in the north and the mothers are utually unable'to give proper nowr- lehroent to their Infants. The" result of of tho Indians Is tbe degenracy of the race. am endeavoring- to induce government to establish a: hospital with a medical officer to charge, at Fort he added, "and I am hopeful of success In this highly 1m ng must he .____________. ig death rate li.idianiiJD-JntfelUgerace, and thay among the. Indian children. If not, ai several-maseacreB had taken place.) portant work. Somethin The .Esli.lmpj compare favorably with aone to check the alarmin are hardier giid healthier than the av- i the Indiana around Fort Simpson 'rill 1 ample oppor- be extinct in a few years." Mr. Card brought with lib samples INSUCHPAiN WOMAN TORE HERCIOTHES She WM Hectored V> Health by Lydii E. Finkham'sVegeUble Compound. E. Pin! bftin'a' Vegetable Compound haj tainly done me a I of good. Ursthe of it when I wn girl arid that if I ever had fe- rn tie trouble I would I tufTered from organic inflamma- tion fcnd would havo spells when I would be in such pain I. would tear my One day my husband got tha in to scennat the mattcnras kat tiiiy could not help me. My first thoagit was for E. Pinkham's YegeUble Com pound iMntroylius- cut for il and took it until I was en- tjrety cured. J am a woman of perfect and my health and happiness ciraj 'froth K. Pinkham's rnedi- :Vou may rest that I do I W recommend your wonderful jnediciW my friends." HRS. FRED SlpNl, Route No. 3, Malone, N. Y. The of Ljrdia E. FinMiam's Compound, from roou sna fa unparalleled. It may .M wed perfect confidence hy women irhosoft'er froin di.'pla'cementi, inflam- poriotflc backache, Vj-aring-down or ne'rvousprosVation., T.ydiaK. PinV-. liiirn 'iVtfttMt Compound is tbo jiird reractiy for f enuie Ilifc lutlty 'to. study maUer fll Fort! JlrPherebn summer, vrhen the tribes came frorh the Arctic circle to pass the se'Mou at the fort. "Tne work of the Anglican mlselona in the far north ooantry was formerly carricfl on by. tlie Church JIlEslonary Society.ot Kcgland, bat latterly that -.Hlidrawn, and the work Is iidw'under UIB drrectton of the Anglican 'Church fn Canada. There are four'- ordained missionaries and three layjnea In the Mackenzie River dislricr, which la thousands of ratles in ejlent.'. expsct to have ad. dlllonal worker.B next year. It we can cot secure thSrn In I shall go to England for i "Jlen are difficult to obtain fo? the work, but it IE .because they do not know what they are" missing. IOTP, the rorth, where men and ivotnen are There Is Eothlng artificial there. We arc no sooner out of it llsurt we'are miming to return. I shol] go back next winter, using B dog team, anil ex'pect (o visit the missions at-Fort SimpscD, ;.Xorman, Fort Me- Phcr-on and Ilay Alver. The church has n sctiool at the lallcr place, with, forty Indian boys In at- tendance.'iTho pupllaf come from a rarlius of nine hundred, mllee. Some of our gradates occupy positions of trust nnil Importance .with the north- ern trading companlta, and their work is highly satisfactory to their employ. r8-" Before-leaving Fort Eimpeon on Mi of forty-five ju'ya Io reach E numton.'Xrclideac-an.'inCBa received a letter In April hy Mr. Fry, an Anglican missionary, saying that while ori Iho way to investigate .Explorer Stefann son's report'about wilt tlosde hair blue eyes, h? tan s.hoft of provisions at Cape Pavryt was return'to Hertchei imabli'tc; ac'compllsh bis mlfSiOD.. l Another Iniereitlng visitor from thi north toiiniry'tn Card who ha: Just resigned B'S Indian agent al For Simpson. tiicceedert ty F. Hat Hay Co.'s posi-at Forf Ohlpewyari Car.l made ttio (rip of 1200 miles In river steamers and scows, ceven weeks beinj required. .Mr. Card reiiorlarUiat the'Infan o! spring -wheat grown at Fort son. Specimens have been to Hon. Duncan Marshall, minuter ol ag- rlciUture for Alberta, and also to the' Dominion department at Ottava. It will grade N'o. I hard. The wheat was sown last year on May 1, and was matured early In September. Oats and barley sowed on May 14 inatured about th'fj same time. f Rev. Father Lefehvre, financial ad-: mlnlstrator for the Mnokeazle River diocese, who has lived among the Es- years, also has come to Ed- monton for a vlatt. He IE slaying at_ the Tenth street mission, where. ous Groaard and Draynet are guests. Bishop Grouard lias headquarters In trie town named in his honor at the- head ot Lesser Slave Lake, where.W has labored among the Indiana and. while settlers for more loin a, tia.it.; century. WEUL-KNOWN CAUOARY THEAT- RICAL MAN LEASES LETH- BRIDOE THEATRE The passing'ol the Theatre tito the hands ol Mr. Ii. Sher- the theatrical magnate ol the Ih-west, is another proof ot- the abounded faith ITiat everyone ip. he ftit-jre of Letfchtidge. Mr. Sher- man has the past _spent a- .mount ol money in. his (-ndeavors to JTC the public high class cntetlain- mwit, nnd policy arTangcd for tho he at re which will be known, as the Sherman Thsalrp, Is -one {hat will ilcasc all lovers refined 'amuse- nent. Kxtensirt altfrations and' im- iidirniciLfa are to be proceeded with mmediately, and when completed, Iht house v.-111'be countctl vaudeville ar.d stock thratte in West- ern Canada- Mr. .Tohn Wilsont the populaT manager of tht Mnjcstic The- lize this ambition that- an. oppor- tunity presented Itself to project, without doubt, "the ncest series .ol motion plcturci ever produced in remarkable feature film and he has made airangcraeuls .for this, the greatest moralily picture ever produced to be presented. on Thursday, Friday anrt Saturday 61 The leading commenting on trils Euhjcct, are animous in pronouncing It the high- est moral and educational- picture ever presented and every parent, and child should see It, The. theatre-going public know that i mager'3 Wilson's word can be relied upon, and it U to be hoped he will receive (he support of every one who takes pleaaiiri in. entertainments of a blgh standard. atre, will be in rrijrgc, which Ihe "public can rely on the TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Le Fas claims a population of over HOO. In Lincoln; Ont., a Dominion bye- election Is likely as the present her will go on the bench. Dr, Jetto'p M. P. P., A. C. Klojeton, Mayer rilt, SI Catherines and David Allen, Grlrr.sby aro mentioned for Con- servative nomination. E. Lov'elaca Is the liberal Liberty E. Holden, proprietor o( the. Cleveland Plain Deafer and ona of very best the auiusemfnt world pro-1 wealUilcat newspapermen In tht Uo vides. So anxious is Mr. Wilson' to States U dead. Ship Your Grain TO John Billings Co., Members Winnipeg Grain Exchange Winnipeg _ For prices phone I 714 Lethbridge, oV Office Royal Bank Building, c.o, Aiqu ;