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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. 12, 1012 THE LETTTimTDflE. DAILY I To-day A GREAT PROGRAM, INCLUDING Master and Pupil" Showing Mr. Harry Furnlss, the Celebrated Cartoonist, In a Characteristic study. ALSO SHOWING TODAY Under Mexican _____________Skies" How He Papered The Room" Marshall P. Wilder" Coming Features NEXT MOM, AND TUFS. Only Authentic' Pictures of "Calgary Stampede 2500 .feet of .perfect .photo- NEXT WED. AND THURS. The Sensational Feature "Their Lives For Gold We are still booitlng this, for it's the greatest yet. FOR MUSICANDDRAMA by FIDELIO) Stampede Pictures at ,'i Starland '1'liat Ihe management of Starlaud SijS' always well to the front in the matter of live features, isv.hnipiy verified by tbe fact that the latest big "scoop" to bo shown will be-; the authentic pictures of the Oal- fiu'ry Stampede. These will be shown at..Still-land on next. Monday Tues- day without fall. -.This, gives'everyone a splendid opportunity to witness the Stampede in all its vivid realism, for tho pictures are a.masterpiece of pc'r- feet motion photography.. Another immenso f-pntiirc robs shown next SbiS the. .mheh heralded "their..hives for an attraction of. real merit. Banner programs are 'being shown .at Starland all this iveek, tli-a programs being far above the average, making a visit to this most popular theatre always worth while.- WAS A NIGHT OF WILD RUMOR PUBLIC OPINION !N DULUTH WILL' FORCE ARBITRATION STREET- CAR STRIKE JEWS USE A CATHOLIC HALL Unique incident in History of Modern New York Religious Life .N'ew York, .Sept. Jewish feast of Kosh-lm-slioiTa. ushering in the Jewish year and inaugurat- ing the period ol ten days oi repent- ance and prayer which shall end with Yomkiphur (the day of aionemeni) uu September 21, began last evening. A reir.'arkable development of the festival followed the week long search of the Jewish residents, oi Fialhush a place in which to hold their Vear services. They hail sought iverywhere for a hall, but no place ould be obtained until one of the irominrnl members of the Hebrew asked the Rev. Timothy Hiek- of St. Uremia's Roman Catholic hurch if lie could aid the Jews to a meeting place. Father llickcy onsenlcd to do all in his power, the rules of the church, lie ould not grant the Jews the use of lie Catholic edifice, but he gave them CITY HEBREWS CELEBRATE FEAST Next Few Days Pregnant With Deep Import to Jewish Faith in good responded" the'priest. Perhaps never in the history of re- ic use of the Parish hall. The members of the Jewish coiir- littce thanked him warmly and ask- Duluth, Minn., Sept. will I what would be the charge, have cars running Thursday morn- "My church asks no pav for its use ing, said Clcneral Manager Warren iiisl night, but this morning lulh's strcelsiwere quiet with not a I liBion in America has so broadminti- car in sight gM. the wbikingnicu and cd an attitude between the .Jew to tlteir" place's of tleiitile been declared by a represent employment. Last night was a night-' ativc Or faith of Home, of false reports, ranging from iour.; "From time sail killed at the lo stories of Father lliclrcy last'night, "the Jew i fatal .wire, Yet nothing of j have, been willing to aid the believer: haprieue'd. Fifteen thousand of the Catholic failli. Surclv in Hi- tters With all the religious ceremonial lat has come down through the nges, the Jewish New Year, 5073 was ishered in with sundown Just night n this city. From then until Friday tvcniag, forty-eight hours, the rell- jious celebration of, the new year V.-11] )e coiitinued.and services held at the fewlsh meeting place, in the Masonic Hall, above the post ofiice. For weeks preparations have leen. afoot, in the .Jewish homes of he city, as well as for the proper observing of the festival. This evening and Friday morning sermons appropriate to the spirit of the new year will be delivered. Between next Wednesday evening and the evening of' the 20th of the month is a period that is generally oh served by the Jewish people in visit ing, sending Now Year's cards of greetings. On the evening of the 20th commences the Day of Atone- ment, which lasts-until sundown of the 21st, and is observed by absolute abstinence from food and drink, most of the day being, spent In prayer at the synagogues. The. crowds of worshippers for the N'ew Year services at all the places of "A GENTLEMAN'S SHOE" We are, showing a nice range of these world- famous goods that will give you more wear, comfort and style than any other For women we have a full range of Queen Quality" and Empress" Shoes. Also a nice showing of American and Canadian Party and Dress Slippers men, hysterical women ALBERTA'S SHARE THIS PROVINCE RECEIVES FROM FEDERAL TREASURY FOR AGRICULTURAL Ottawa, Sept. Alberta gov- jsrnment has signed the agreement .Federal .by'lit securing the subsidy voted last ses- sion under the act passed to encour- age agriculture. Every province ex- cept British Columbia lias no'w avail- ed itself of the subsidy, and has reach ed an agreement as to tho which the money'is' to b-o spent. The British'Columbia' agreement Tvtll; be Higne-d very shortly. The Alberta 'subsidy amounts to and, according 10 the agree- ment which 'has been signed, tire money will he spent as follows: Dairy short horus, Wo- men's Institute and Domestic Science, Live stock Demonstration, excursions to the Experimental forms, to increase poultry stock, exhibit at Dry-Farming Con- gress, expense in 'bringing in epivs to sell to farmers, miscel- laneous, gathered at the burns and burled precations, but, no bricks. The police were out in force and seemed lo'haTc the crowd cowed. Word uas been passed to the sympathizers that heads would, suffer if they repeated Wednes- day's violence. General Manager Warren says there is nothing to arbitrate Mayor Mc: Cuen declares the case calls for arlii- tration the sheriff claims he ivill not assist as long as the police can controU- the' mobs thegovernor de- clines Jo'.call out troops 'and tbe po- lice declare" they can handle the situ- ation. The governor's secretary is here in the interests of peace. Civic bodies are clamoring for morality of the modern age may give, so far as I can lo the ait of those who vvoship God." CONSERVATIVES HELD CONCLAVE SOMETHING DOING IN PASS RID- AT LUNDBRECK ON SEPT. 25th Coleman, Sept. well- known men, prominent politicians as well, drifted quietly into town service afternoon and evening .irai. urouglit foregathered at the office of 1 'oliay. j Willimotl, where an hour or A Sympathetic .Strike i was spent in secret session. FAST TRAIN JUMPED TRACK JtoclKster, N.Y., Sept. Wa- bfl'Bh mail mi the Rome, Wutertown Ogdensburg division of the Ne'w York Central, running sixty miles an lioiir, jumped the track al. .Morton, 25 miles west of today. Two passengers, the engineer and fireman, were seriously injured. A score of passengers suffered slight injuries. ycs- and C. two Superior, VVis., Sept, 12.-About j two local' aware half of the regular street car eni-j of ihe uncling and there is much Ployces oi the street ;railwaV system speculation concerning the whv and on the Superior side.; of the. Hay, wherefore of the sec'fet conference, have joined Ihe Huiulli Union and quit Those from out of lowii in allend- work- this morning; The men not' ance were M. E. Lyon, ,J. N Cur- aflillnfed wilh the union are al work ler and Rev. J. F. Hunter, of Blair- anil the cars arc running schedule. more J. II. Farmer I p Robert I There has of any! and A. I. isiais, of Frank; soil yet, but the strikers arc meeting: Ctrappcl and .las. Naylor of 'Uelle- Kith "ie: George Cruickshank, ol Kill- cre-xt Mr. Hughes, of Passbnrg. The first political "doings1.1 ii: Jiocky Mountain ridinp; this seasoi. will be a rally Of Conservatives to be held at I.undbreck on Wednesday af- ternoon, September 25. worship throughout the land is always IieavV and in many places the seats fire insufficient- lo accommodate nil who desire admittance. services at the Hebrews' local meeting place in-the Ma-souic Hall, above the post'Office on Second ave- nue, will be In charge of M. Sudowakl as there is no regular Rabbi here. It is expected that one or more offic- ials from the Jewish headquarters in Calgary hb present here next week to take past in. the religious cere- monies. THE-' FOOT TOOOERY s n DISCOVERED THE BOTTOMLESS PIT APPARENTLY SOME CRATER NOW INACTIVE. FOUND ON MOUNT SETTER IfiliNG FORCOLEMAN demand after, the electing, to present plans. accordin APPRECIATE THE USERS.OF CEMENT ARE, LAYING IN HEAVY STOCK OF AMERI- V CAN ARTICLE Ottawa. Sept. of cement to Cnnuiln continues to in crease at a rapid rate as a result, of tllG temporary suspension of one linll the original duty. During August the importations totalled GnfMl? humlrod- welgllt, valued at In -Aug- ust, 1911. tho imports were only 251, hundredweight, valued at. !M2. The reduction in force until October si. Figures have already issued, showing largo increases in imports (luring Juno and .Inly. The govern- ment in the course of tlie iiext few weeks will consi-der the question of maintaining in "force the reduction in duties by way of rebate e'stalillahcd in June, and in doing so will consider whether or not .the cement manu- facturers nre entitled to -as ranch pro- lection as, Hon.. T., W. White has shown they had'been receiving up tnj Juno on account of the operation otl the tariff and railway 'rates. VICTIM OF CRUEL POLITICAL SYSTEM Oucbec. Sept. Bean-' committed suicide here Ibis noruing hy leaping from IIio fourth BtcToy of a Mountnin, Hill house. lieaiiregiml was 'recently lelciiHGil rein a position'on tho National Trans- for political reasons, it Is aid, niu1 It isc thonglit worry uur his niiud. COALDALE NEWS Ccaldale, Sept. and Sirs. H. A. Suggltt are visiting In Cran- brook. B.C. Mrs. bee Bond, of Peoria, 111., and JIlss Darlecn Fell, of St. Louis, .Mo., wilo have been guests at the hoine of W. II. I'awaon. left .for the East on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Fred Morton, of Seattle, Is ooking after his farming interests. TOWN COUNCIL WILL IMPROVE SECY MORRISON HAS RESIGNED Coleman, Sept. Al an adjourn- ed meeting of tile to'wn council, held ast evening, plans weic perfected for ncrcasiiiK the lighting of the town it night. Umier tlie present system here arc several comparatively duik .tracts, while other .portions of the own arc brilliantly lighted. Some f the arc lights will be removed roni their pit'scnl locations to plac- es where they will render more el- licicnt set-vice, .in.i more lights will be installed. A. Morrison, secretary-treasurer of the town of Ojleman, banded in 1 his resignation last night. The resig- nation was accepted ,hy the council with reluctance ns .V.r. Morrison has proved an except innally capable man for the Increasing duties in connection with the postolhce, Mr. Morrison lieing also postmaster of Coleman, is lite reason assigned for resigning from the office of secretary- treasurer. chief oi Police .lames Ford was appointed to Ihc oflice tnmp.ir- arily until such time as another man can be secured. Five miners, all foreigners, laid off cave, or the'sum Kernle, a day or two ag (Supclni to the Fernie, Sept. .J The discovery of what to them proved a bottomless on the summit of Mount: igo, by Kev. Dimmock, of the Methodist church here, Len Hnnnable, Tom Robertson and J. II. Thornbiirn, of Uakersfleld, California, has awakened quite an interest in exploration and several parties are a visit to the top of the mountain armed witli Naas Valley 40 acre Farms down, and to per month, witli 6 per cent interest. There's a 40 farm awaiting you in the Valley.. Get a "home'' that J'or itself with- in n yeah Full particulars on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Stafford'Block AGENT IMU tup ui MIL- mouniiMii arnica willi.'city. Mr. Edwards is an old-timer in, ropes, torches and cameras for the; (he" district and is now manager oil purpose of making a descenl into the I the local affairs of the Waynes Lake j nswly discovered cave. Tests'made by. new settlers' colonv f 'by throwing stoncsj V.. Municipal.. Commission, down into tbe. darksome abyss did'which is touring the province, invcs- nol establish its depth, the .revcrbcr.-1 (igating civic conditions with ating sounds brought back, dying oul'of making suggestions to the govern- into silence, far below the mouth of i for improvement and unifying the opening. j svstem, will visit Fernie Friday F. Farringlon, .Illinois member of; and Hold a session here, .the International executive board of The big 101k Lumber Co. mill, vvhicl the U.M.W. of A., and Robert II. was down (ol. tcw ,as, Mariin, of Seattle, member of the WCek for want of river 'drivers same organization for the State of! running again, full time; ,'and it is ex- Washington, are here visiting Prcsi-1 that the mill will not again be dent Stubbs and Secretary Carter of, shut down until the river is frozen, this district, officially. They report I More lumber has passed through everything as quiet in their tcrritor-; Fernie this year than ever before in ies relating to mining, but the one season, 'the siding here Ibaidly mult and noise of the presidential ever, being clear of lumber laden cars. DUKE Banff, Alia., Sept. Perfect' There are no dead flies lying about when are used as directed. All Druggists, Gro- cers and General Deal- ers sell them. work today anil proceeded to cele- brate not wisely, but too well, lie- coming a nuisance on the street they were arrested, brought before the cadi and all live ni them drew fines. Three, for plain ilinnk, were assessed (in each and cr.sls (lie other two, charged with a lighting jag, dug up 55.00 and costs each to regain (heir liScrty anil Ihc pursuit ol happiness A. W.'nobbins, of lllairmorc, h.'is the cnntracl for repairing tin road tl, rough Ihe Pass as far west as Crows Nest, has a gang of nien un- der canvas at ('runs Nest Lake am I is engaged in reducing the grade of the wagon road over the siiiiTmit. Mr Hobbins is making a good job o[ re- pairing the road, which he