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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September, 16, 1911 TITE LETHBRlPGi; lIERAt'P MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. TO-NIGHT Mr. Paul Gilmore in SAM HE SHUBERT'8 ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION OF CLYDE FITCH'S GREATEST COMEDY "THE BACHELOR" A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S BE TODAY STARLAND BE EA'RLY TODAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Big Days at for Good Seats. BIG SPECIAL TWO PATHS." U is picturesque, thrilling and replete with beautiful scenery. GREAT WESTERN BROKEN TRAIL." A strong story of the Western Plains. HERE 13 ONE fort. Edson's latest film- cf- COMIIMG AND INDIAN FRONTIER .CEL-. SLAVE TRAFFIC AND JEFF SERIES. LOW OCEAN RATES TO EUROPE 3rd clas> (doted rooms) 2nd class (1 class cabin) LONDON DIRECT CUNAUD LINE Canadian Service MODERN STEAMERS. UNEXCELLED SERVICE Information niul Tickets from any local Agent, or wriU H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. Can. Went, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. RHONE MAIN 5312 NORTH COUNTRY CROPS ARE FINE It is officially estimated that Sas- katchewan will have -bush- tels of barley and Tmshete of flax this year. J. C. IH'own, weed inspector for the district, returned last evening from a tour of the north country in whi.uh he visited Clarovholm and other points. In an interview with the Herald this morn- ing Brown stated thai lie judged at least seventy-five per cent, of the grain in those districts was cut. Threshing lias been commenced in two places and yields arc promising. Nev- er before hail he seen such excellent crops as exist tins year in that dis- trict between Barons and Claresholm. CHILD CLAWED BY SHOW LION Syracuse, N. V., Sept. and bitten by a hugo lion in a side show at the Stut'e Fair this after- noon, Laura Burns, seven years, old. of Morrlsvflle, lies between life and j death tonight at a local hospital. The I girl's .ibody was frightfully mangled. The little girl slipped the rope barrier erected by the company, and a lion reached, out itu paw and fast- ened its. claws In her head, and with his other paw h'e clawed at the child's face and tri-ed to draw her through .the bars. Attendants' rush- ed to tli-a child's assistance, but the animal had her fast in his grasp. Tho child's screams attracted throngs t the cage. Attendants treat the Ho with bars and prodded the animal u til it released the girl. Then it wa found that the lion had gouged oi one of her eyes, to 1-3 an ear and li cerated her face and the upper .pai of her body. The great throng an the shouts of the crowds frighteiva the rest of the beasts so that tli keepers had to guard tlrern wit loaded weapons, fearing Uray 11115! attempt to escape. The Medicine Hat schools opened with 25 teachers ami 805 pupils. SHOE AND LEATHER MEN OPPOSE REC1PROCIT Quebec, Sept repre sentatires of large shoe and 1-aathe concerns in this district have gtgn'3 protest against reciprocity, alleg ing that it will cause them IOE through the damage it will work the industry. The'protest was rea by Mr. Price, who is opposing th government in this constituency Only five of the men signing it hay previously supported the Conferva tive party at th-a polls. give you just the shape, in just the style, in just the size you want. They fit 2 for a Quarter Sold by leading Mon'i Furniihing Storat. A Wave of Public Favor Based on known worth and absolute reliability has given prestige to The "Barry" Shoe for Men and "Queen Quality" for Women The world's standard of Perfect Shoes at moderate cost. They appeal to the eye and give comfort and satisfaction always. They give absolute value for every cent you pay. This week we opened a large shipment of Workingmen's Shoes- They represent the best makes-makes that, like the "Barry" and "Queen Quality" have a reputation for value, and you can rely on their reputation. We are specialists on Footwear and Hosiery, and have a stock that guarantees satisfaction to every customer. We want your patronage for our mutual advantage. CO. Shoes for Every Use and All Occasions BIG CROWD AT COLDERIDGE MEETING BUCHANAN AND MITCHELL DIS- CUSS THE POLITICAL ISSUE Diinmorc, Alia., Sept. 16.-r-'A poli- tical meeting in the interests of the iberal candidate, W. A. Buchanan, -as held in the school house at Cole- ridge last evening and was attended >y a large number of the electors of the, town and district, both Liberal and Conservative. Mr. Buchanan and ho Hon. C. K. Mitchell were Uiuj Bakers. Mr. Midrfloton was elected i go1Ithfi.n AIberla -jhalKiwm, and after a few remarks them all said Mr. Mc- nada hy-hiia, .Air. Buchanan was call-icarty. "Farm land in Nevada runs quptnd, which. showed that on'hts bnr- Tnit present and asked the So- Icy crop of this year alone he could .dety to awume the 'responBlblllty of have realized a 'thousand dollars tba interest on the church, debt. This more if Una treaty had been in force. the ladles dseided to do. Matting The Hon. C. R; Mitchell in a fighling for the aisle ia on order and will be speccli made some points in favor of j down two- the pact which roused some ooposi-JThe church will then present a lion in the Conservatives present, j neat appearance and much of the The meeting closed by rousing clieers j credit is'due the ladies' aid. It was Largest and Most Modem in Canadian Trade for UnchajMan, who is sure to get Itig here. NEW STIRLING'NEWS New Stirling, Sept. reporter of the Herald met Chas. McCarty, of Raymond, at the train on Tuesday on his return from fteno, Nevada, where he has ibeen on a 'business visit for the past month. Asked about in the vicinity of Reno, Mr. McCarty, reported that the year had b'aen a dry oils and Hie crop could not 'be compared with cd to address the meeting. The can- lidate was well received.and given a courteous hearing. Mr. Buchanan has very easy phasing manner which from to ?100 an but to ?.10 land in Alberta grows twice a-s great crops." The reporter asked what the Reno very easy manner which The reporter asked what the Reno viil always win him the respect oi! people thought about reciprocity and his opponents.'He went fully in- Mr. McCarty answered that o (he history oi the reciprocity in, th-air opinion liestioii, showing that Sir John A. facdonalu and all the Conservative eaders weru in favor of the priaci they "On the whole though I think they are of the opinion that Canada is getting the 'best, of the deal." was another j observation of the visitor to tl.'j nrt ninny Limns tried unsuccessfully jKouill A largfl of lhe o secure such an arrangement as is composed of miners who don'i jftiarnl government have been sue-j cure tne fanning and fruit grow- essful in securing for us in the pres- ing portion of the-Nevada electorate nt j.aot UP noxt dealt with the [arc for th-e .most part opposing the uiscs tin- present opposition to j measure. ic pact by the Conservative parly} H. M. Watson, manager of the f oil account of their connec-t Taylor Milling Co.'s elevator at Stir- on with Ihr manufacturers of tbal nettrly the ist The disgruntled Liberals who} Bmln in the of "j6 n government on tics! ion, -such ;is Cl.ffonl Siiton, Ullfavoraihle WcathorhHs ere all shown to he in league with Brontiy interfered with farm work mamifaclunu's, too. The excessive rain has probably ess of Hit' disloyalty and annexation idropr-sd the sample one grade. No ry was shown up as one nf cts ot the reciprocity treaty b-j grain has been delivered yet at Stir- but. Watson Is preparing for to heart off the nnncxnUon'a rush toward the end of next week Intent, of (hat dnv, and now is in rondiness for It. part i chiim. tha't it will bring) is ROW. going full swing, 1 the tiill compemenl ofwachora being about, annexation. H. B. Hcnnctl work c w Tttncoch uf James Whitney were quoted to ,a nml MJug Glenson New there was nothing in the ills-j M.BS Perkins from ea-st loyalty cry. Discussing the Stirling, Misa Rdlinrtson of Cnl- !tion from the irrotiomic side the 'gary and Elinnr Spacliinan of SUr- sncaljr.r .shoivrd Ihnt in wheat, aro asslslantfi, Tlie staff i-i n Icy, meat, cattle and all product..': nrjoipabta one ami good work is looked the farm llin western rnrmer" stood from Stirling t.h'iB term. by the pact. The case of The Lndlcs' Aid Soclnly mot in in iLiiuiQui was 'church on .Wednesday afternoon. Mr.'from Claresholm. to hiiv-e. a duck supper hi connection with the anniversary ser- vices which are to be hold in October. The new town presented quite a busy appearance on Tuesday night. With a concert company, two eva-a- grists, a visiting a ma- chine man. a gasoline lamp, ngent and an unusual number of travellers all the available sleeping ecommqdation wa-s taxed to its nsmost. Improvements are 'being on Olfnkie house pi'aparatory to Mrs. Hanna and family moving in. G, Feber has charge the work. The sign "Reciprocity is the resile; Buchanan is the displayed on the -side of the .Queen Hotel is so conspicuous Uiat the way faring man cannot fail to se-s. There 1-3 nol lhe slightest doubt as to how the new town will vote. In fact.tlvere is not an anti-reciprocity vof'3 in the town. J. J. .lergesen began: flax yesf-arday. With tlte reciprocity agreement operating Mr. J-ergesen will g'at 'between 1-100.and morel from his flax field than the present market price. Miss Mcliride of Beirut, Ireland, ant] Miss Bemish of Peterboro, evangelists, have beten holding rarv- ices in the church during the week. A will be lield on Siindny G. Feber is hauling the pi'.'a of earth excavated from the basement of the Prairie Queen Hotel to fill tb-3 in the street opposite big place of 'business. H. 0. Rollog pulled out for Magrnth on Tuesday hauling a new threshing separator and a complete threshing equipment. Mr. Tait, missionary in charge of Stirling; wns in town this ing with the improvementu going on at (he church. Mr. and Mrs. Will's baby. Rirl who iind-arwent trentment under Dr. Msw- burn of Lcthbridge. is improving as well as can be The par- ents are now living on the farm of Johnson and Patterson, eti-st of Stir- ing. J. D. Hall unloaded a new threnh- ng machine this week and began work for Websr Hroa., 14; of town on Thursdny of this. week. 10 crop on tbla farm, in expected to run SO bu-ihels to the acre, M. Stewart of Tabor has come to Stirling to assist Mr. Watson nt Taylor I iarry 1'inlny arrived home STEANISHTPS NEW S. S. LAURENTIC NEWS. MEGANTIC About Electric F.levatorB, Skilled OrcheBtraa, Small Tables in Dining Ward- robes, Chest of Drawers; 'Electric Heaters. Unsurpassed Accommodation for All 3.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.S. CANADA.' One-class Cabin (called second The best on the uhlp at Third class also; berthed In com- fortable rooms. 5, Sept. 30, Oct.'-28. 12, Oct. 7, November 4. 16, Oct. 11, Nov.; 11. 2ft, Oct. 21, Nov. IS. Sailings from. York and Philadelphia to Queenstown, Liverpool Plymouth, Cherbourg South- ampton, London, Dover and Antwerp, AMERICAN' R ED STAR LINE STAR LINE Largest and Finest in the World 324 VAf Sailing Ton. OIAJUI-IC W. M. McLEOD, Canadian Woiterri Main Strtet. 8.E. Corntr Ave.. PHONE M. MAN. S. 6. MITCHELL Local Aflent, C.P.R. Ticket Offlea. CMUIttl INTWfl ITEIMIM LT1 The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBIC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route lo on Ton FloMlng ftlmtm. Next Saillngi from Mcntml: ROYAL GEORGE tj KOYAL- EDWARD.....OCT. I ROYAL GEORGE OCT. ROYAL EDWARD NOV. i ROYAL OBORQB.....NOV. li from ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 29 ROLA.V GEORGE Dtc. 11. fff 1ST CLASS TOWARDS 2ND CLASS 158.75 UPWARDS 3RU CLASS. Bristol or L'don 131.35 Further Information from S. B. Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry, U. Macbeth, City Ticket Agt., G. N. Ry., or write to ATT A Vl'G GENERAL II. AGENT, ;