Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday ...September THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALI) PtgcJ MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW NIGHT BJLIA7 ".SINGLIi" CLIFFORD PRESENTS HIMSELF IN The Girl, the Man and the Game' A Merry Musical Bubbling Over With Mirth and Melody An excellent eiisto; A Hovy of Daluly Divinities who Sins, Dunce, nnd Uellglit tlie Byo Beautifully Costumed; Properly Presented PRICES 75c. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT HOCHON'S To-day Only Your Last Chance To See "The Love of An Island Maid'' ------AND------ -The Serpents" Unquestionably two of the Banner Attractions of the Season morrow To- 'AN ALL-STAK. INCLUDING "A Conspiracy Against the King" A' Story of vrul Interest1 YOU simply MUST IT AT MUSIC AND DRAM A (Conducted by FIDELIO) Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and Canada every Sat- urday. Large new steamers, modern and up to date, operated on the One Class Cabin plan. Cabin staterooms all amid- ships. ?ai.25 to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Gatway and Bel- fast to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. SSti.OO to Sweden, Denmark, etc. For information ,rall on any steamship agent or write, H. E.. LIDMAN, General 455 Main St., Winnipeg REMOVED FROM THE HULL BLOCK TO 316 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, KIRKHAM BROS. OLD STAND. RIDPATH CASH TAILOR, CLOTHIER Fine Bill at Starland Tonight witnesses the lust showings uf Stfirlaiid's swell midweek Including the -big features ''The Ser-! Jind "The Love of an Island Both of these offerings made a big impression yesterday, and are well worth seeing. For tomorrow the management announces the first show- ing here of the big Edison attraction, "A Conspiracy Against the a" story of vital interest, and a produc- tion of unusual merit. JUDGE EMORY SPEER Of Macon, Ga., against whom, charges have been made, which may lead to his impeachment. The charges in- volve a large estate which has been In the court's cuitody for thirteen yean Jolty Billy Clifford Here Soon' The theatre loving public of Leth- bridgo are promised excellent enter- tainment when Jolly Billy "Single" Clifford presents at the .Majestic The- atre on Thursday and Friday, .Sept. 5 and (i, his laiesi version of that suc- cessful musical comedy worth 'while, "The Girl, The Man, and The Grime." Everything is brand, sparkling new, except ihe title. It is right up-to-the- miuute wifh the latest and best fun, ihe most tuneful sat! catchiest Bongs, mid has left a. very favorable impres- sion wherever it has been seen. Billy CliJToYd is an entertainer with unique methods and .is seen this season in a role that tits his comedy talents to perfection, 'he is supported by an ceptfonally clever company and a; Iwauty chorus composed of two dozen i S. Candy, an official of BRUCE ISMAY WAS IN AMIABLE MOOD FACILITATED SECURING OF EVI- DENCE IN CASE AGAINST STEAMBOAT COMBINE pretty girls, who sing, dance and de- light his audiences, and as a comedy Ilis play is unbeatable. Liverpool, Sept. special commission's hearing in the matter oi" the shipping- combine, in connec- tion with the suit brought by ihe ,-t_ I United States government, ended yes- terday with the testimony of A. B. the Star company, wlio was under exam- ination all day. The L'omn'issionirs did uot expect to get Mr. Gaudy's _ WATERS RUSH INTO THE MINE DESTRUCTION IN SOUTH PORCU- PINE CA'MP DUE TO DISCHARGE OF DYNAMITE f testimony, but .1. Bruce Ismny, head of Iho International Mercantile Mar inc company, consented to have bin examined. John W. H. Grim, one the lawyers who accompanied Charles E. Pickett, master of the inquiry asked the witness concerning the ex lent of the International Mercantili Marine company's operations. At thi close of the hearing Mr. (Mm said '.'I .am highly pleased .with the re _ suit of the examinations here. Thi i testimony .of Ismay and Mr South Porcupine, Out., Sept. -1. Candy Ins greatly strengthened tht This morning at five o'clock the i government's case against the com iers of Pearl lake hroke inlo a driit bine." of the Schumacher mine and sixty: commission will leave immerU ceb of roadway disappeared. Several ntelv for- London, but no further tes- milriings were undermined. will be taken on this side. jranch of the Traders' I3ank almost j ell into the chasm and is now tilled at a dangerous angle. The caVe-ln ANOTHER TORONTO WOMAN was the re.su] t of a first rounds oi shot fired by the men. Fortunately the men had left tiie unit before thev f put the shot or thev would .certainly j V have Jrowned, for ami DOING BUSINESS IN THE CHURCi EDMONTON CIVIC OFFICIALS AR ENSCONCED IN OLD PRES- BYTERIAN CHURCH Edmonton, Alta., Sept on the pulpit platform of Fir Presbyterian church, rented by t municipality to house its central t partmeutB, is Charles Ed, K. Cox, cl clerk., ilis assistants and stenograp era are quartered on the organ pla form, formerly occupied by solols and choristers. City Solicitor Bown has selected space on the main balcony for h desk and Jibrarb, his neighbors beln tho city auditor and clerks. The a sessor, treasurer and licence collec or and their staffs are in main au Itorlum, and the city eommisyione ndustrial agent and information clei and .their assistants are iu the baa incut previously used by Sunday schot workers and their classes. The church building, which occupl a commanding site in the central pa of the city, has been leased for a yea at a month. The congregatio lias moved to larger quarters. Th city's central departments will housed there till next summer, who it is expected the new city hall, cos ing will be ready for oca pancy. "We are aot the only ones who hav our 'said Arthu 'Harrison, a member of the board commissioners. "It JB the same a over Ifwu. This is evidenced by tli fact that the building permits issue during the first eight months th year icvolve .expenditures of mor than ae compared wit J3.fi72.2KO for tfce whole of 191 Every indication is that the mark will be reached this year. Tb city is growing rapidly and substan tially. "The municipality has plans for im provemeiits and betterments, whic will mean the expenditure of man. millions the coming year." APPLIES FOR DIVORCE ta --The divorco habit ls steadily growing iu Toronto A.n- othw divorcSe ,rom Tor. sand burst, mto the drift, ffll.ng it is pllbllahed thiB Cm_ up with water and burying the pumps nda Gazette, bringing tho total num- and derricks under many tons of dc- j her so far .from the city for the coin i ing session up to about twenty. The Tve mine is, oi course, lost, for the i latest applicant is Ruby Christina Foy, present, and it is estimated that I who seeks ralease from James C. Foy in development has been wast-! of Toronto on the usual grounds. ed. i _ THRESHERS "We sell Case Stetsm and Gas Engines and Steele Separators. All sizes; liberal terms. Also belts, repairs and extras of all kinds. Ortitr- if com us; Prompt Delivery Iowa Alberta Land Co. OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL VALUE TO MANKIND Peisimists Taking to the.Woods on tha Face of Import Statistics THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WJMLKER. C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., PrcB.dent ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN1 AIRO General Manager Assistant General The tremendous acreage planted to corn and Kafir corn this year has al- ready developed the pessimist who laike about over-production and a con- sequent lowering of prices to the in- jury of the farmer's market. These people do not know that last year the United Stales imported worth of oats, more than worth of potatoes, worth of peas, over worth of beans, worth of sugar, and worth of tobacco, says the Kansas Farmer, in commenting upon the criticisms of This is money i io for- CAPITAL, REST, TOURISTS MO TRAVELLERS Tha Cpnadian Bank of GiDmmerce, by reason of its large number of branches in every Province of Canads, ivhh direct representation in London, Eng., New York, Sun Francisco, Segtlle, PortlJmd, Ore., Mexico and SL John's Nfld., with and in every port of the world, is able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the travailing public, enabling th tm to obtain money in the simplest wiy at any point on their journey the world over. The Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome the a nnoying difficulties of obtaining funds abroad, esptcuHy in plittCB where is difficult. and Drafts Ai :iM the countries of the world, drawn in sterling, francs, marts, lire, kronen, etc., can he cached or purchased at reasonable 8 g Lethbridge Branch C K. Noorse. Mgr, eigners which should have gone the pockets of the Americans farmers If they had raised enough of these sev- j eral products. AS long as our popula- tion increases as rapidly as it docs now there is little danger of over-production j of farm products, That the interest in corn production Is growing is evidenced by an increas- ed acreage the far northern states and even in Canada. To stimulate this expansion of corn growing territory BIG ADDITION TC KING EDWARD Toronto, Sept have been prepared for a fourteen- storey addition to the King Ed- ward Hotel, which will make that hotel the largest on the continent the largest in the world. The plans call for the ex- penditure of over a million dol- lars. T'ne mammoth annex, which Is to be built In time for occupa- .tlon next spring, if the city ap- proves th'e plans, will have, in addition to three hundred bed- rooms and the necessary bath- room accommodation, etc., a large assembly hall, ball room, banquet room and roof garden. The build- ing will be fireproof and will be fitted with the latest improve- ments throughout. WHERE DOCTOR FfilLEOJO HELP E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound Restored Mrs. Green's Her Own Statement Covington, Mo. medicine haa done me more good than all the doc- tor's medicinei. At every monthly period I had to stay in bsd four days because of hemorrhages, and my hack was so weak I could hardly walk. I have been taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and now I cen stay up and do my work. I-think it ia be best medicine on earth for JENNIE GREEN, Covington, Mo. How JHrs. Cline Avoided Operation. Brownsville, Ind. can say that ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound i has done me more good than anything else. One doctor said I must be opera- j ted upon for a serious female "trouble and that nothing could help me but an operation. "I had hemorrhages and at times could, not get any medicine to stop them. I got in such a weak condition that! would 1 ,1 V.I--I1UIV1UI1 VIIHI. I VVUUIIJ several valiuin.c premiums havo have died it r not got relief soon, offered at the International Ury-Fann-1 "Several women who had taken your ed Products Exposition at Lothbrldge. Compound, told me to try it and I did Oct. 13-2G next, and Chairman J. W. i and found it to be the rijrht medicine to McN'icol has already received :i large; build up system and overcome number of entries. The premier prii-.e female trooblesi for rora is a 5250 silver trophy cup. j -j am now in great deal betterhealtli donated by F. C. Lowes Co., real j than I ever expected (o be, so 1 think I estate operators anil developers, of ought to thank you for 0. M. Calsary and I CLINE, S. SU, Ind. THE DUKE OF NORFOLK Who was a prominent figure at the big Unionist rally at Blenheim Palace, the seat of the Duke of Marlborough FERNIE PEOPLE AT STAMPEDE WAS BIG EXODUS TO CALGARY- RECEPTION TO REV. MR. TODD (Special to the Fernie, Sept. week has beeu properly named, so Tar as the trekking to Calgary from Ferine is concerned. Postmaster Johnson, A. B. Trites, W. R. Wood and wife, A. J. Uarter ,iind wife, J. L. Mcl'n- tyre, J. Gates, James Folkuer, Dr. Anderson, City Clerk Willis Ross, Chief o! Police Hall, Jas. McMos- ters, P. Morrison, H. Slaxie, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-rich, of the Ledger, J. D. W. R. Wilson of the Coal Co., and scores of others -aro j' or have been away and retuiu- ed from the big Stampede exhibition. Many more arb still to go and the C. P.R. is reaping a rich harvest from 'arcs and sleeping berth accommoda- tions. Lefchljridge may prepare for another stampede to that city during the Dry-Fanning Congress in October. Renewing Old Friends H. H.'McCleay, late of Fernie, af- prwards of Taber, and now of Kel- owna, B. ,C., stopped off for an hour lore today to look up old friends and renew acquaintances. Mr. McCleay s heavily interested in fruit lands in Jje Okanagan and tht Windemere dis- tricts and has just returned from an extended trip to England and Europe rhither he went in the interest of the companies he represents. Mr. McCleay reports an eminently satisfactory ne of the good old English families who reside in Regent Square. He also made two visits to Paris nnd calls ;hat old place a beautiful city. Reception to Mr. Todd A reception was given to i'ne new 'reshyterian Minister and his wife, Rev. Mr. ami Mrs. Todd, at the htirch parlors last night. Despite the iad weather a large crowd was pres- nt to welcome the new minister and vife Lo their new home and a -very ileasant evening was spent in becom- iig socially acquainted. Mr. Todd takes the place so long eld by Rev. Hugh Grant, who is low in charge of a Vancouver ch'irrli. The weather has been decidedly iDist for a week, but so far, no dam ging frost has come to check th using the Valid Process you are assured of being well dressed, IT PREVENTS MOTHS. IT RENEWS YOUR CLOTHING. THE VALLET Altering Garments a Specialty Work'called for and delivered Special attention to out of Town Orders TKE BASEMENT LETHBRIDGE HOTKV, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone Lethbridge Hotel. THE PEOPLES' FORUM MR. RADCLIFFE'8 DISMISSAL Editor Dear the medium o your paper I would like to notify m many Lethbridge friends 'who hav naked me what the outcome of, th investigation promised by couno re my 'being fired by the city engineer that so far as 1 know nothing ha done. I know the council hav bad a strenuous time of late, but jua the same I cannot help but feel tha little time could .have been Bparei to that I got a. square deal. To gel fired IB nothing in itself, -bu it ia the manner in 'which I -was ilrec that I resent. All who are in touch witfi affair in the city engineer's department know'that my dismissal hag been pre- meditated. On notified, by the city en gfneer that the city had no furthe need of my services, I asked for an explanation. The reply I received wa that there was me to do and he also told me that 1 was a higl priced man. This is not the flrst ae has made that statement, and 1 was because of this that I asked fo; a square deal. I am in the position to know, tha the city engineer tried to have mi salary reduced shortly after he came to the city, but he iBflll MURDERER ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE Halifax-. Sept. Thomas- on, under sentence of death for mrder of Jaboun "Walberg, .it North ydney, last fall, made a desperate at- empt to regain his liberty this after- oon. guard was taking him his nner, the prisoner suddenly slammed ne door of his eel! in the face of Uie mrd, and ran down the corridor and ut through tho front door, and made r the woods nearby. Sheriff In- organized a posse, nnd in less n an hour had recaptured the pris- ncr. WELVE PROBABLY DEAD l.o.-i Angeles. Sept. par- ins, including one woman and six lildren of S, J, Zarde, a summer resi- have been missing since the out- k of tho that destroyed entire amusement section of Park. Soldiers and police are fng Tho ruins today, express- w belief that all had lost their The town still un-dor martial He also tried to lay me off last yea and was unsuccessful. I leave it to the council and citi zens to judge as to whether I have earned my salary, which was per month. Last year I handled al :he concrete work an-d the testing o cement, alone. This year I have de signed and constructed the work a Henderson Park lake. I am not say ing this to advertise myself, but explain to the public. IE I was die missed because there was nothing to 'do, why 'was I, who have been hi the service of the city as concrete in spector longer than any other E the .first to be discharged? With regard to being a high priced man, I might say that those in glasa houses should not throw stones. Whilst 1 have been in the service of the city I have always tried to do my -duty in a straightforward manner and have always hud tho interests of the city foremost in my mind. If the city council are satisfied thai my a-brupt dismissal was in ortUr, am still entitled to an honorable dis- charge from them, ifor it was through the council that my services were e- tained. In conclusion. I wish to thauk my many friends for the courtesy shown me during my stay in. Lethbridge. Thanking you for the space .icaarc ed, I am, Yours truly, WILLIAM ItADCLIPFB. Taber, Alia. BUBMIS Burmis, Alta., infant child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rowley died on August 31, and was buried at Pass- burg on the 2nd inst. Mr. and .Mrs. W. Cook, Mr. find Mrs. S. Stevens and A. Padgett, spent tho week end on a fishing trip to tho Soutli Fork, and procured a nice catch of fish, tlve ladies doing excep- tionally well. Joe Darhyshira ami .lames Murphy were Lundbreclr visitors on Labor Day. Magistrate E. Disney, of Colorann, was a visitor to town on Wednesday. W. Scott, while out training his horse for the forthcoming race, had the misfortune to be thrown, which tias necessitated him having his arm in a sling. Old Euclid himself could not solve e problem of how to switch box cars, when all the tracks aro full up, and under the present system it is a common sight to see passenger trains delayed. The sooner the C. P. R. de- cide to extend their tracks, and sta- i a switch ftnjjino at. this, the pro- gressive end of Pass, tho better t will be for all und sundry. Ollie Olsen lias been awarded the rom.ract for erecting the new tipple or the Davenport Coal Company, nnd ill Btart a gang of nwu at work on j the same i01.01 ciiiaioly. Arc you one cf to vfaom every meal Is snothir of suffering OyspepocTabbti vill help your disordered stomach to digest any reasonable meals, and >1U soon restore it to such perfect con- dition that you'll never feel that you have a stomach. Take after each meal. 50c! a Box at your Druggist's. Made by'the National Drug and Chemical Co. of Limited. JUROR GIVEN PRACTICAL TEST INVESTIGATING SAFETY OF C.P.R. BRIDGE HE FELL INTO THE RIVER Medicine Hat, Sept. the walk provided .foe the employees on. .the C. P. R. bridge construction dangerous? The jury in the Tottrie caso decided it is. If you ask J, H. Bnnnon, one of the empannelled jurors, lie VilL no doubt swear by all that is holy that it is, and Mr. Bannon ought .to.know, in fact, it might be said that Mr. Ban- non does know, it 'might be said that he has ample evidence to con- vince him and others that he docs w. Mr. Bannon did not sit oh'tha jury last night. Instead, he -A'as likely cuddled up in liis little cot, with the clothes tightly wrapped about him. The cold dark treacherous waters of the Saskatchewan., the, death dealing stream which snatched, away tho life of Tettrie wai iho cause. Mr. Bannon with' the Bother juton went to visit the bridge where Tet- }rie fell in and while navigating brer he timbers Mr. Bannon was .prcci- litated into the water. Assistance was at hand, however, and other than the cool, urrwelcome and sudden duck- ng he suffered no injury. He ex- cused from serving on the HIGH CHURCH BISHOP. DEAD Fond du Lac, "Wis., Sept. lharles C. Grafton of the Fond in the :United itates. Dr. O. Gordon Hvwltt, Do- minion Entoreologlfit, aays, referring; to the infantile death rate from intestinal diseases and dtarrhcea spread by the house fly, he harmless fly is yearly causing the death of thousands of infants, as well as spreading the germs of typhoid fever. WILSON'S FLY PADS arc the best rid yocr faottte of these dangerous pests.