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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I, THK DAILY If ERA WATCH Ul GROW BIJOU THEATRE SOLE MANAGER The Thtntri .1, With a Raputjtlen To-day and To-morrow, Feature The Brotherhood of Man' A THRILLING STORY OF AN ATHLETE'S DEVOTION INTRODUCING A MOST SENSATJQNAL'WRESTLING BOUT ONE [NlrlUUUUlNUAWUai SENOATJUMAUyvncsiL.nijPUUl Two excellent comedies complete an all-star program BIJOU APIECE ORCHESTRA ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE MATINEES DAILY, 2 to 5 p.rn, EVENING 7 to 11 p.m. COMING WEDNESDAY AND 11 and 12th. "THE TREASURE ISLAND" A Beautiful Production of R. L. Stevenson's Famous Novel. PORT HOPE ONTARIO Reiidontial School for Boy. oundod 186S l hrnlttiy m'tunUon. over- Ontario, with W acres of Flaring Fields. Uvmnasiiim, Maeni'ficMt New CcWcrtrd Rink. prepared for the Unl- aiul Business, Ki-ligious training? throughout the course. Spocinl Next Term beuim Sept 10th. M.l. -----Tr------ HARRY RADFORD IS STILL TRAILING GAME News of Hunter's Death in the North Country ALL STOMACH TKOUBLK ENDS NO ''INDIGESTION, GAS, HEART- BURN OR DYSPEPSIA FIVE MIN- UTES AFTER TAKING "RAPE'S. DIAPEPSIN" Every year regularly more than a stomach sufferers in the. Uni- ted Sift-Leg, EiiKland' and Canada take' Pupe's Diapepsin, mid realize not only immediate, .but lasting relief. This harmless preparation will di- gest anything you cat and overcome ,a sour, gassy, or out-uf-order stomach live minutes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat MOB Mko ii lump of lead in your stomach, or. if you have linnrtlmrc, that is a sign of. indiges- tion, (let from your pharmacist a fifty- rout case of Papc'a JJiapep-iin and take a dc-JO juat as soon as you can. Thure bo no sour risings, no belching- of food mixed with atild, no stomach gas or or lieavy feeling la', the stomach, nausea, debilitating headaches, dizziness, or intestinal griping. This will all go, ami, besides, there be no sour food left over in ibe stomach to. poi- son .your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Dinpepain is a certain cure for -out-of-order stomacha, because it takes hold of your food and digests it jiiat as if your stomach wasn't there. llelfef in live ininutos from all sto- nmch misery is waiting for you at any drug sure. .These largo fifty-cent, casea coniain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any caye of dyspepsia. Indigest- ion or any other stomach disorder. Kdinohton, Sept Harn llad- fcvd, the American explorer, who left Kclmonton for the silent north coun- try three jeara ago icached Trenton river last n inter and has been hunt- ing there tills sumniPi N-ewa of his arrival at the bay, across the barren lauds, reached our post 'before I start- ed on the journey southward.' J. Harding, factor .for the Hudson's Bay Trading Company at Fort Resolu- tion, on Great Slave, bake, brought this message to Edmonton and re- quested that it -be communicated to newapapcis in tho United SUtes and Canada to dispel rumors 'that Uad- fbrd had perished, "Radford start-ad eastward from Ft. BIG ELEVATOR BURNEb of the large RTflin elevators Of the National Malt- ing Co., at-One hundred ami third street and the.Pittsburg, Fort Way up Chicago railroad' yards, burned to- day. The loss was estimated nt 000. The Royal Line 1912-rSAILING Montreal Quebec Bristol c.yumiuor) Halifax, N. S., Bristol, (Winter) ST. LAWRENCE SERVICE Pro in Montreal From and Quebec Bristol ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Sept. 4. Wad. Sept 18 ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Sept 18 Wed. Oct. 2. ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Oct .2. Wed-'Oct 16. ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Oct. 15 Wed. Oct 30. ROYAL EDWABD Wed. Oct. 30 Wed. Nov. 13. ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Nov. 13 Wed. Nov 27 WINTER SERVICE From Halifax N.S. From Bristol ROYAL EDWARD Nov. 27 Xmas Steamer ROYAL GEOR-GE Dsc- 11. Xmas Sleamer Dec. 25 1913 ROYAL EDWARD 1913 Wed. Jan. 8, ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Jan. 8, ROYAL EDWARO Wed. Jan. 22. Wed. Feb. 5. ROYAL GEORGE Wed. Feb, 19. ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Feb. 19 Wed. Mar. 5. ROYAL GEOR-GE Wed. Mar. 5 Wed. Mar. 19 ROYAL EDWARD Wed. Mar. 19 Wed- April 2. ROYAL GEORGE April 2. Wed. April 16 And Fortnightly Thereafter Indicates withdrawal of steamer for annual inspection. EATING DOGS IN GERMANY Stories are berlin, Sept. a. hi circulation in connection with the high cost of food. that poor; people are killing and eating dogs. Those who be- Uev-e it point tor proof to ah advertisement hi a Zueoii newr paper, -in which th-e Dresden society for the prevention of -.cruelty to animals at'ten- lion to the mysterioua P'sarance of large doge, which, it supposed, were caught for slauehtering. solution is not suitabl-u .for agricul- purposes, being sandy and Sight, Mr. Harding said. Portions are rnr.lcy and give indications of mineral wealth Kesclution early last Mr. Harding added, "going toward the bay the barren Kcr nd timbered dlotrlcts to and Tho natives-do not raise'Vegetables, grain or. live stock. When they, iit-d food they go to the lake. and to the ujonths we heard-nothing of him a; the folks at our post were driven to tho conclusion that the explorer had lost his life, but this was lifted by (.ho arrival of IUT -catchers, who saw Rudford altve aad'wcll at Trenton riv- er, where he is making Investiga- tions." .Mr. Harding, who was accompanied on the trip -from th-2 far ncrth by his wife, said also that the impression prevailing in many parts of the Unit- ed States and Canada that the north- ern Indians are improvident, ill-nour- ished and altogether worthless is er- 1-OJV30US. The Chippewyans, numerous in tlic Great Slave Lake district, arc industrious and do, most of the trap- ping for the cqrupauy. Ho contin- ued: ".Many homes have sewing machines with which the women multe clothing for their families, Some of them have talking machines with re- cords of recent 'songs and popular mu- sic. Usually, the houses are built of loga with shingle roofs, and some "of them have steel shingles to keep out (.he rain. Tho houses lire light- ed with oil lamps." Tho factor been at Fort Reso- lution eight years and knows tho Indians intimately. Tile Chlppewyans, with whom he does the greater am- ount of trading for the 'Hudson's Bay company, he says are the best In- diana in the north. The nven are large and vigorous. They are Tegular church-goers, being in attendance nt tliR mission every Sunday, and their lives are well regulated and happy. On ihe other hand, the Dug Hlb In- dians living easi. of Fort Resolution, do no more work tlian is necessary to keep them alive. They in skins of wild animals and their mode of life'is as primitive as that of ihe tribe of 200 years They rre small, undersized peopl-e and it 's only a matter of a few years when they wili be extinct. Transportation facilities are .imit- ed, the river amoves Fort Me Murray lo- ng I in pas sab 1-e. The Athabasca river, game.. "It is difficult to obtain statistics us lo the catch a, good trapper makes in an average Mr. Harding added. "The Indiana will not give lignrca. When I took the census last summer they refused to give any information whatever. There ar-e few white peo- ple la the country." Mr. Harding said there. ate more than 350 wild buffaloes in the Slave. Lake district. While the animals are at liberty, ho added, they are well protected and there ia every reason to believe they will increase rap'dly. There is amulo forage in tli-c country. The Imlians in the district will net shoot .the buffalo, since the edict hns gone forth that the animal is tectetl by law, and they will not ,uiiie any one to the wallows nor permit big game hunters to go after heads ar.d hides. The Indians know more nbotit the herds than any other persons In the district, but they will not fiye any information to any one. To-day and To-morrow "The Serpents" Enticing, Subtle, Abiorbingi "Oh, Those Eyes" See for YolJfselvei Some Comedy "Love of an Island Maid" Al story 'of --Primitive Hearts and Master 'Paisloiiy. "Those Hicksville A Pair of "Rubea" to make you merry. _ Miss Agnes Errol The Wittaoqie Miss rendering "The Garden of Girls" STARLAND 'ORCHESTRA MUSICAND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) J Two Nights Only, Thurs. and Fri., Sept, 5-6 SINGLE" CLIFFORD Offers an Entirely Revised Version The Merriest Musical Comedy Stampede TEXAS RIDERS TAKE THE MONEY WERE AT CALGARY STAM- PEDE SENSATIONAL RIDING Calgary, Sept. Gardiner, nl i Sierra Hlanca, Texas, today lished the. best time of the Stampede meeting, when he ropru anjj tied a .steer in twenty-six and fifths five and two-fit tin onris ubovr the-record of-21 Keewls. The next best time was 1-5, made by Ail. Vivian of Pecos, .Vryns. A heavy rain reduced the track to a sea of mud, the save for the steer roping and cowboy j relay race, and the ridine; of between Fort. Mc.Murr.iy and Kort j horscs h> cowgirls. Miss Hazel V-'.-lk-' Smith, a distance of 2S7 miles, i; Oaliiand, raliiornia, ren-i obstructed and narigable by steam- j slight mimics when her horse fell beats. There aro several slesmera on bucl-nvarils, pinning her limbs Slave Lake. The Hudson's Bay coin-j it. She lost1 and rorie the horse tn a pany operates'a regular line. Thejliuisli an-iii .'treat enthusiasm. Northern Navigaliou company runs aj The cxhihitlon nierKed intn the sen- number of boats across rho lake saUonai when riders and horses vMit on the Slave river in ;t hcap wilh Ulc Bl ;d The soil in the vicinity of Fort r.e- without lo hian The attendance approximated j OUO. I Regularity- thc bovi-cU is an absolute Eity for good health. Unless the waste matter from the food which collects there 13 got rid of at least once a day, it decays and poisons the" whole body, causing-biliousncss, indi- gestion and sick headaches. Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives irritate the delicate lining of the bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Root the bowels effectively without weak- ening, tickening or griping, Uw Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills WKAi iHE C. P. K. MAY POSSIBLY Toronto, Sept. story was in circui.iUoh today that the Canadian Pacific may form a holding compnny to talic over tho company's vast holdings in the West in the event of j the rc-ftisiup, to sanction the capitiil increase, ;iiid American, shareholders in larger ninu- than ever in the company's his- tory, will attend the annual meeting next month ia Montreal. Jolly Billy Clifford, Will'Be Here (Single) :Cliffo'rd's latest ver- sion of "The Girl, The Man and The Game" is justly terrae'd a farce in two long laughs. "It's plot is a consistent one in which tlwre are muuy ludicrous .situa- tions and complications. Added to this- Billy has'- intertwined eighteen new songs, that, are fresh, bright an-d breei-.y, full cf just the sort of. -luelody that the public de- mands. This form of diversity will be the offering at (lie Majeatic Theatre for nights on Thursday and Friday, Sept. D and C. Events at Starland '.A particularly good urogrant is be? Ing preseiued at Srarlund today and tomorrow, one embracing the very essenc-e of variety. The leading at- traction "The Love of an Island Maid" is a breezy, virile production of the "Treasure Island1' type and presents in a masterful manner one of the strongest stories cf udveuture, love and passions evt-r Illraatized. Two rip- ping comedies, "Oh Those and "Those Hickavillft are veri- table brain storms of fun, whilst the remaining dramatic offering, "The a sequel to last week's "The Cave may be classed ns one of the most absorbing -photo- drainas of the season. Miss Agnes Errol. the winsome soprano is sing- ing "The Garden of- Girls" in her in- imitable manner, nnd adds tho final touch 10 one of the best programs ever seen IIGTP. POLITICIANS WILL ATTEND Guelph. Out.. Sout. local la- bor men who for the annual con vent inn of the Dominion Trades Congress, have received wnrrt that Keir Hardie, English Socialist .member of parliament; Hon. .1. Uunnu, provincial secretary, Hon. Dr. Reauma, minister of public worlts for Ontario, and Hon. T. W. Dominion minifitt-r of labor, will be :n attendance at tho convemn.i next week. FRECKLES New Drug that Quickly Removes These Homely Spots There's no longer the slight- est need of ft-cllag ashamed of your frer.klns, as a new drug, othlne-double strength has been discovered positively re- inoves these homely spots. Simply gc! one ounce of oih- ine-ilouhle strength from T. D. Hteinboi-ham -t Co. Ltd., and ap- ply a little of it. at night, nnd In the mornir.s you will -sen that even the worst freckles hav riglil. They m'l-ik-d Abyssinian keat- tiicut awl I gave it to them, and ii 1 am president, again I am snirig UT those Abyssinian methodH of punishment' whenever they are liwi- cd. "Tlmt's jvby Archbold is shedding tears and that's why in-.1 maiU- tint wail before tlm Senate Hi; knrw what he could expect iumi mi- if lit- and his corporation vioiiiio-1 tin; Hoston, Kept. 1 cofitrastiii me cniirtitin i? confronicd a president in the daj1? the spoils sji-tcm tl.c appointrifiit the rivil stiiM-iu1, attacked Ihc Dpaiocrnlis Hoi'ss d Hcnrcsi'iHasivca for auenipuns 10 (limit Hie government :cm- ployecs and dt'dared that so v he has the power 110 old-government' I'lcrii net'd fear unlf-s inc( I mted lias pnuided n of scmce ncnsion to Veep nim, front want in bis old age. .The dfni in Faneuil Hall, the dle of 'literty, to .several hundred ollice empioyces now in confoniiuD: IIPIR- lie said'thill- Inn job of dpnt in tlcsc is not Ihi'ie nf- uliCMi nppointmen's -arc ron-sider- but tin- times of Lincoln, IP r.tltf- cd mist "hMe brcn a pprfect 1 ell Ah sprained t loot uiii red some golf, .ind i.s limping cm a crutch "-vith the foot, in tandagcs. RED HOT SHOT FOR THE POLICE Lon'Ioii. Sept. has a j j inaiRiiiiif oulragt-s in sliirc and Eduljt. tlic victim the famous miscarriage of jjiisttrn, has v.riucn a letter to the IMP is pouriiii; ml shot into jhe dcring pnlifr, v.ho have LYING We carry m stock all widths .oi Leather and u'lio v.'hich tlicy tiicinsclvcs mailc limes more dilficuH ty tlit'ir lu- dicrous and hopeless failures over inoi'L1 Dion from 2 in. to 6 in. Dynamo Belts, Double Driving and Endless Rubber Belts supplied on the shortest notice. Get pur prices before buying. The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. 5th Street, Lethbridge ;