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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till': LETIIIHIIDGK HER A Wednesday, 13, 1011. GLADYS PRICE RETURNS, HER TERRIBLE STORY Fiend Kept Her in Bush All Night Probable That He Will be Lynched When Captured Snow Ijikc, Man.. Sept. .Sed from her little school nmons the of the Pemhina vnihv. hrutiilly assaulted, and then compelled to spend thirty hours in the htishc? with a ruffian guarded her with ;i loaded rifle. Mm Uladys Price, its school tether rplunied. exhausted, bruised mid battered to ilvi friendly -belter of a farmer, -bout seven o'clock tonicht. Though from stock. Miss I'rice was able some time after her reutrn to b'ive a lucirl End clear account of all thai had hap- 1-ened since her pupil hnd left her after morning school. She was seated in the school room when a man. said to he Henry Wilson r Hrnnah N. D.. siid'lcnly appeared in doorway and pointed a rifle at Tins little teacher refusing his demands. Wilson threatened i shoot, whereat she to'-i him to loot. A struggle then cnsf.-i! and i sen hit It-? pIiifAj- sir! over the 1 -id TTJ a carriad tlie Alter a while he tt-A her to and IhEy irav- i >T C'eper into tic I.-'art of. the Wilson lit a fire i -1 M., lerrifie'l crlrl scent it'; Inns l -hi I'-ith the will Wilson watrh- i- i her eiery nnv-? and threatening 1 i shco: at the first vioimd iror.i her. e iiiard li---> of her sweot- n-.. I'rani Patteison. >vho was "nut was to re- i unii. dra.it heavilv right the rig-'.t. ralis-imins inor- i ;-.te. quantities of fiin. ar.l smo'.cins th? poor girl hr.. ranior 10 allow her to l> l rn but he turned a deaf ear to all her pleadings. All llis'ot si.'.' moved y ound 10 keep warm and watching for a c'.ialK-j to her but the menacing rifle left her no loop- hole. Then daylight UT-iOll I wanted to take her across the river. sayinp he was a rich man and would grant her anythin? she wanted. He said he was worth SIOl'.OOO. and could got more if he It. Hill steadfast and refused to accompany him. The pin had all been tnls time and its effects v.-ere passing away. Wilson's ciearetl.-: and matches also cave out. which him much, beinp an; iiuetf rate smolter. At t.'jven o'clock this eninc he finally consented to allow her to re- Uiirn "But don't and tell was his parting adjuration. sorry this Then teli- In? her he '.-nltinj: all the lophone wire; in the to previm his capture. left her and :sl.o made her way to the farm of .lint I liinn and after resting continued her to the Patterson where 'she had staying and where she: I now rests, and reciiueratri. I around the country- side tn'ii'.gs to ijght Wilson's mean-; IC-rinas before his arrival at the little i school in the vall-sy. He was seen in Mnnitpu on Saturday. After that) 1-e went to a neighboring: village where he stole a rifle and dev.ur.ned. Yes-, .terday he appeared in I 'and bc.ught four bottles of pin. from 'which place he made his way 10 Klv- erdale sciiool. is a man of -jbout -'-0 years. 'and is said. the assists'-.- tv.-ci, accomplices who were shot in the to hive held up a train south of i the" border, after which he struck ;north to the Manitou district. Wilson's capture 13 said to be now j !a matter of hours. A posse of two or three hundred armed men huv? snr- jroinded him in the buih, wailing for (daylisrlit t3 effect his capture. -A lynching is looked upon as being extremely probable. CLARKE The Ladies' Store Acadia Block Phone 4S3 The NEW SUITS, COATS and SKIRTS Attract Many Early and Economical Buyers arrivals from thn fashion ccnlrcs in a tlivorjreiuv ol injr siyk-s nrr daily uililiiif'- new inU-rcsl lo this sliimiinir display of n's and misses'o-arniCMils for Fall. .Mosl noiablc tins sonson's new nii's are llie oli'o-tinl noveliies which find (heir ln-sl expression i.n our splen- refleelino' cicver versalilily of liesl erealivo lale.ut. Each mcd-l possesses some futures of distinct merit-linos of refined elegance which again demcnslratt the supremacy cf the Ladies1 Store as a recognized sty e centre, and prices arc the lowest ever quoted on garments of such character and worth. fewest Snils Xt'xvesf Coiils Xttwosl Skirls to Make Alterations Free and Ouarnntce the MORE FABRICS FOR AUTUMN FROCKS Beautiful Tnmminss Corm-l Fnll .Suitings Dainty Evening Wear Ml Kail Dress-Hoods are here in broadest display. The new tweed, broadcloth. Venetian and dicviot suitings; the smart silk and wool materials for afternoon and street dresses; the lovely soft Empire satins in widths varying from 3t, lo ins. You will find much that Is exclusive and values that arc not quoted elsewhere Striped Venetian Suitirifrs, 48 ins. wide, ill per yd. Finest Kmpire Sa'iin. ;J6 to 40 ins. wide, al per yd. Finest Tweed Suitings in ex- elusive IcMioftlis to Finest Tanialin Silk in all col- ors, al per Finest Hrondolotlis and Vene- tians. 48 to 54 in., til Handxiiiie Dresden Silks. L'O ins. wide, at per yd. HATS Of Style and Uiu'fioii At Prices You Can Afford to Pay JUST ONE OF A KIND All Exclusive with Thli Store The now Fall millinery modes in finely tailored styl- es for street ami general wear, us well as many beau- tiful creations in "made" and imported pauern hats for dressy occasions aw-aii your selection in our brand new millinery section. Made from the richest ma- terials, right up to the pres- ent minute styles, and beau- tifully trimmed with velvet ribhcns, wings, plumes and various handsome garnitures. to WHAT RECIPROCITY WILL DO THANKSGIVING DAY. OCTOBER 30TH Ottawa, 'Sept. gtvfng Day has been tiled this year -for Mouday, October. 30. The proclamation will, not be be issued until the govern- meets after the election. T 53IEF5 The nature of Germany's reply to pror.cWs labmittcd by France with an idea of reaching an asreement re- garding the Moroccan problem has j af.''.'Cl-2d the French government hn- pleasantly. Forest fires near Novatn, eleven miles north of San Kafael, Cal., have bui'ned rive'r ten. thousand ..acres of timber a'nd-'orcKSrd land. Four hun- dred, meliiire'stiii fighting the flames. believed to be out of dan- ger. Store Lethbridos Bargain Store Groceries j-lET YOUR'GROCERIES at "-1 the BLUE STORE where cleanliness. Quality and rea- sonable prices, combined r.-il'i intelligent service are at vour coinn'.ar.d. I Ib. tin teller's Tea 100 ibs. of Our Beit Flour loc Salmon at 10. Jb. pail Syrup 5 Ib. bag Rolled Oats Corn Flakes 3 pkgs. for Seeded Raisins at Vanilla and Lemon at............... 25c Soda Biscuits at 6 B. Yeast Caltcs tc'r Corn Starch H boxes for fiioss Starch 3 boxes for St. Charles Cream tin Jam............. Corn. 2 for.' Tomatoss at English Break- fun Coffee 9Cc lOc 65c 35c 25c lOc IQc 20c 25c 25c lOc 65c 25c 15c Men and Boys' Clothing J15 Suit for 112.50 Suit for J10.00 Suit for ?S.75 Suits for Boys' Suits, for Men's Dress Shirt JI.OO value Men's dreafi 11.50 and JI.2S >ien's Work Shirti I1.3S for Canvass Gloves 3 pafrs for 5Cc 85c 75c 25c 12.25 Sho-s at Men's Boots Reg. Men's Boots Reg. 15.00 for Dry Goods Curtiins 81.50 value Curtains 12.00 value The Celebrated Justofll. Cor- set. Reg. J2.2S for .Black How Reg. 25c for Walnt. Reg. II.2S 'Valst Reg. 11.00 75c lustofll. Cor- 15c 75c 45c JHEATHRJCAL ERUPTION OF ETNA IS DANGEROUS Situation Becomes Alarm' ing; Much Suffering Feared by Peasants CairiiiUi, Sicily. Sept. 13. The eruptiun of Mount Ktna is assuming of real disaster. A lava THE MUMMY AND THE HUMMING BIRD Paul Gilmoiv will appear here -'oon in this great York and London success, "Tlie Mummy and the Hum- lining Bird." Reducing tlie plot of "The Mummy and the Humming 10 a few lines, il would seem to appear that Isaac Henderson merely turned an old dress j.....'........................ out. and manufactured a "made-! slrcani whose path crosses the rail- over" garment in his dramai workshop. That is trra and. untrue r.ljhvav sutions ,0 Ule the game time. Surely the follow- ing will, sound wonderfully circlinc the is ap- railway north, anii especially tlireatoning the me will sounu I.IMMIL.II In habliuar thentre-gcers: A young j di'imts "I Moia and Alcantara. Tin jand beautiful woman with iiionup- entire crest of Hip mountain appeal: tinl dreams nnd Irtcitrs of what wed-j tn hi' in a suite of eruption. An ex (led life mti-3t he. marries a youus: j act coilt of the1 number ui fissures i_ nobleman of noble nature, who. being j because oi smoke which deeply ahiorlicil in scientific. rs- nvi.r wholc mountain, hut. search, docs not see that his bride ._ pining for his companionship: she gradually drifts into the habii of ac- cepting tiKj attentions of n smooth scoundrel, to te rescued in the nick of time hy her hnshand, who comes to his senses at all opportune mo- ment. how many limes it has been iisart nf Moia hy dramatists. Yes (ami here is ivlvsi'j Isaac Henderson fools us all. familiar all that -sounds, and there secin.s to he more than thirty upt'iiiuts. all helching smoke and lava. The gravity of the cruplion of Mount Kllla is iuilicatcd hy '.he ahan- donni'.'iit uf the railway stations of Moia and Alcantara at the north oi the volcano. Alcantara marked the limit of the lava flow in the eruption threatened at that time lint escaped. The eruption means ipri'at siilVci'inir for tlie peasantry. The and turns the edge ol our no ha-j used this ancient in a fashion which makes the made-over dress look almost like a new gown. Thei'afnre. instead of lampoonin him with the critical an area of more tlinn square miles, support a population more dense than any oth- er uortion oi Sicilv or Italv. There above is a photograph of the C. P. It. land agency in Seattle, the name of the agenl. Loin ilium will he remembered bv many Lethbridge people who have called there when in geattle. The ConEenatne re i cere and have hee'll trying to tell the people that reciprocity will not mc-an any increase of values of land in the 'vest hut. the C P" R. here gives answer to their contentions. It is quite probable that .Mr. did not con- sult. Sir William Van Home before putting that sign up, but he. knew what the result of reciprocity will be anil immediately proceeded lo use his knowledge for the benefit of the C. P. R. and himself. "Reciprocity will increase Canada land 100 per cent" the banner In front of the C. jays. That, la the of the matter. The con tradiction is purely from a p opposition's sake. us praise him for performing a skill- ful hit. of dramatic dressmaking. He has applied his patches with deft fill- gei-j, added a hlfof the delicate laire of romance here and thare. nnd put on :i slash of color in the form of a revenge motive. Paul Oilmore ra a young actor of excellence. His manner is of slap-stick, let S are (in cities and villajei in the area and the number of inhabitants-which oh tain an nxcHlrnt agricultural liv- ing from the fertile: lavs beds totals more thnn Fire was discovered yesterday in tlie hold of the U. S. transport Han- at the Brooklyn navy yard. -excellence. IMS umimui aL Brooklyn navy yard. P. R. !aiul office in Seattle t graoa and perfect pnlsc. cover-3 jTwn sailors were set work political side, opposing for j dedicate shades of meaning (for m- unloadlng lhe coni from tne ctonco in sfroiie third act in __ _ r._ nnai Tho MORE THAN ONE C. P. R. LAND AGENCY ADVERTISES THE FACT Call Sept. Albertan says: The display advertisement in the C'. P. R. land office In Seattle, an- nouncing that reciprocity would in- crease the value of lands in Canada 100 per not the freak'trick investigate the r2lia.bili.ty of the story j piiblished by the Morning Alber'.an. f becaiise a Conservative friend had pleted doubts as to its authenticity, He Interviewed Mr. Williams, d- the sign was in ilia office win- agaiuf selling their land in thn ern American States? a principal officer of tile com- irany, opposing reciprocity on thi its authenticity, pany, opposing reciprocity on this 'illlams, .who :d- side of the lir.-e, th'j C.. P. R. land as- ents south of the line are workin hard to sell the land on th-a the strong third act in D'Orelli's apartments! without stress ami makes all Ilia subtlcti'.-i of the lines as apparent f.'i daylight. Mr. fiiimoivVs comedy is fully good. It has its best opportunity in j thn first, act, during ihc period in j which he is developing tlie cniVMHe cordiate witll the Italian or.ean grind- ?r It was a scene largely in j naiitomimc, for the organ grinder oa coa, f elplo3: of an in'-'sponsible cierk, E.-J alleged, several flays, mid. in tact, it'no-.v c-.. apparently a regular part of th-> occupies a conspicuous place in tire of the assertion lhat under reciprocity advertising propaganda in the United j interior of the oftic-a: Mr. Williams j land will double in price. In other States rilies. A letter received yes-] was also seen by the Conservative. words, there, will be such an Influx terd-iy states that the sign was up in v.-ho doubted tho Albertan's story, nnd .of population and Biu-.h general lirc'J- offices in Seattte. that of Louis j on the suggestion of this friend nfjperiiy among farm.-jrs, land values Williams as illustrated in the Albcr- Mr. B'jnnetf'j, wired to Calgary in p.n are bound to go up. Tho company's tan and'in the offices of the Hakor, effort to straighten the matter out. agents in Seattle are rcpi'i'ienting -L speaks no English. i Perky Co., 10S Cherry street. S-aat'.le. If this -jign WES the work of Mr. Wil- The other office Ming the advertise- ment has a firm sign .as follows: liams' clerk, and put up when "the! BAKERS, PERKY CO., l-nss" >vas away, how dc'os it happen General Agents, that a similar algn appeared In the <-.ar..idlnn Pacific Railway Uandl Bakvsr. Perky Co.'s office? That Is the If tho C. P. R. had nothing to do fjuestion which bothered the ccirres-1 with, this sign, how does it happen to pendent, who made a special effort to I have tawn In the offices of all 'agents in Seattle are repi'd-jenting facts, the land values will go tip, and j doubtless 111 :i short time will reach the 100 per cent, increase. The signs workin? speaks no Migiran. n strength I Ing, oriBinal -situation. It changed from comedy into thrilling dramn hy easy stages. no scone In lira" piny was a better indication of' Hie dramatic values of "The Mummy and tho Hnmnlllis Bird." The Paul (lllmore Co. will appear at tl'.'s Ma- jestic theatre Friday night next. nre still doing business In Scatt'.'5, land land is b-eing offered for -sale on [tho Inducement that, under reciprocity they will Increase In value 101) 1 cent. per GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. wheat op- ened 3-8, closed 33; Oec. opened 97 3-8, closed 97 1-2; May opened 102 1-S, closed 102 1-2; Oa'ti.-Oct 42 3-8, closed 7-S; Dec. opened 40 3-4, clos- ed -10 7-S; Flax, Oct. opened 222, clos- ed 225. Cash prices: 1 Nor. 101; 2 Nor. 99 1-1; 3 Nor. 96; 4 Nor. 92 1-2; 5 Nor. 87; (i Nor. 80; feed 70; oats No. 2 C. W. 42 3-1; No. 3 C. W. 41 3-4; No. I feed 41; No. 2 41 eitra No.'l feed 37 1-8; barley. No. 3, 72; No. 2, 65; flax No. 1 N. W. 225. American Markets wheat opened, 101 1-2, closed 101 7-8: Dec. opened 103 1-S, closed 103 3-8; May closed 107 1-8. wheat opened 92, cloned 92' 5-S; flee, opened 915 n-8, cloned 96 3-4; .May opened 101.7-8, cloned 102 3-8. WILL BE INTERESTING FIGHT IN KINGSTON MAYOR OF BELTRAMI SUSPECTED OF CRIME ______ .Minn., Sept. Dr. II. F. Oilman, mayor nnd highly j rospsctetl rit.ir.cn of Cans Lake, was making his rotmrls visiting rjit.icnts. j tho grand jury of neltramf is listen- Ing to the evidence of witn'asnos pro- by the state and expected to j refill in tin indicdnonl, against tho Kingston, Sept. Con-; physicilin Thc niayor h charged servativcs tonight, nominated W. F.jwlth attempted arson nnd N'lcklc K C., M.P.P.. to contest This, is thts first step of tho city riding for the Commons against! court. In a crfcta of the long drawn COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast" A day Btartcd on Gowan'l Cocoa is day with etar head and a steady a dar full of and life. Cocoa nourished the body. U u rich in food vatae and to digwt ,1 Msctlon-.iltl Mowat, who wna chosen out drnniti tiin arrest of i IJumfin oh JIIDP 17 nftor nn nt- hy tho Mbornls Inat cvoning. afler.j mnile hy Martin He- Hon. liarty, tho iato membor, han nnii Mlhe Unvis, aliopari pals of hail nntiAincctl his retirement from j Dr. Human, to rob and hum the post politics. 'ofllco at I'nposky. DO YOU use COWAN'S OOOOA? ;