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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 2fi, THE LETHBRITM3E DAILY HERALD Famous Pianos and the Celebrated Player Pianos The instruments sold by this house are not only the leading pianos of the present day, but luro TV A PrTW ElaHfax, -N. S., Sept. men, John and William Brandon and Clarence Detten, were arrested yes- terday in connection with the shoot- ing of Thomas Flyiin, superintendent oi the Wallace Free' Stone Quarry, anil Henry Grace, engineer of the the company at Wallace Saturday, and were lodged in a jail. All protest their innocence. Flynn and Draw, who had gone out in a boat at the time' the shooting in an inlet of Wai- talltins "'ood' confinc a11 his with and as the cigar was fast, Bear- ing its end I hesitated and then risk- ed one last question. "How will this affect Lethhridge i Sir Thomas looked at me quizzical- ly and gently blew the smoke from .the cigar into (he air and replied ir- relevantly, "It will not do Stirling any harm." The cigar went out Sir Thomas went out and then I went There are two or three remarkable features about this purported inter- view, and one is why the interviewer representing a great financial paper, who was so fortunate as to find the: :rcat railway chieftain in amicable E. A. CUNNINGHAM, President Board of Trade. One prominfent railroader when ask- ed about it by the Herald laughed heartily and remarked, "A man with Ibofch eyes shut could sec through that MR. M'KENZIE SEES C.N.R. MEN S PROMISED THAT ROAD WILL BE COMPLETED NEXT YEAR TO MACLEOD lace Hay. Whether anybody had rensc for (his oyster bed is known. ...questions to the line. And why should he only ask not! BRICKLAYERS ON STRIKE Regina, Sash.. Sept. ers went on strike this morning for a wage increase of two and a half cents an hour. One hundred and fifty men are out, and all buildings are at a standstill as n result. Tho nvan now receive cents an hour. Sept.. Treasurer Malcolm McKenzie, of AI- berfci. is satisfied with the results of negotiations he has had here with of- ficials of tho Canadian Northern Rail- way, looking to ex-tensions in South- ern Alberta. General .Manager McLeod has .as- sured him that the company is now ready to push construction of the line from Calgary to Macleod-and Pincher Creek, the entire contract having b-een let to the Northern Construction Com- pany. Work -would be -rushed this fall and the line would take care of next year's crop, Thirty-five mites between Macleod and Pincher Creek is already graded ami tho remainder would be pushed south from Calgary. Mr. McKenzie anticipates thtl usual j congestion in moving tho crop in i districts without rallwny com-: petition, nmljhc policy of his govern-1 neiit is .the construction of lines. THE PRIDE OF RIVER F, G. Smith, one of the well- known farmers of the Milk Riv- er district, was In the city yes- terday. He was showing a sample of beardless wheat he is going to enter for the Ruraely prize at the Dry-Farm- Ing exposition. It is a new kind, and he falls It the "pride of Milk River." Mr. Smith says this has been a profitable year for tho farmers in his riisirict. Most of the grain has been cut and nhotit a third of she throsh- ing done. The yields In nearly every mso are satisfactory. There la considerable late flax uncut, and it may ho affected fiy frosi. A I about. -this branch, which, though im- portant as it is, constitutes but very small part of the C.F.U. exten- sions in the west Why should the London Financia Times its ricsire for knowledge to one extension, and why compli- ment Lethbridge by such a very marked anxiety as to its future rela- tions with the road There was altogether too much cin- j phasis on Stirling for the permanency of the impression aimed at in The in- terview. While the publicity pi'on it caused annoyance in thf1 city when the full extent of the nerve displayed dawned on the people, there was a hearty laugh. It was a very fishy interview. N'o one in Lethbridge grudges Stirling all possible progress the greater the better for What is objected to here is the nasty blow at Lethbridge investments by a palpably gross and inaccurate state- ment. The Herald wired Sir Thos. Shaiighnessy, and Mr. Bury, and the. Hoard of Trade also tooV it up, the following message having been sent to Sir Thomas Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, Montreal, Quc., Calgary Herald of yesterday repro- duces from the Manitoba I-'ree Press YESTERDAY BRIDE TODAU CORPSE Lacrosse, Sept. Ella Thompson, belle of the village of Desolu, became Mrs. Sever Yttri a wedding ceremony considered a notable one in the village. Today she lies a corpse at the Turlington passenger station ot Lacrosse, Where she was shot down bv John Peterson, a disappointed suitor, who later in- Ilictcd u slight wound upon himself. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) WILLIAM BELL'S TRAGIC DEATH Giielph, Out., Sept. 20.-r-Wil- Ham Bell, aged S2, founder of of the Hell Piano Co., -was found cut to pieces on the Grand Trunk tracks, near Giielph this morning. He" had left home with The intention of proceeding .to Toronto, Big Features at" Starlahd Splendid piograms are being shown at Stnrlaiid all this week, each; ami every one embracing, many fine '.fea- tures. The special showing "of tlie Oddfellows' parade at "Winnipeg uTevy large crowds last evening-. This at- traction will be repeated today for the last time _, For Friday and Saturday the' man- agement bus secured the greatest oE all the Kalem productions, in. the offer-, ing of the spectacular Egyptian maat- "The Fighting .Dervishes1-oE the Desert." The management wi'sh. to assure ail pati'ons that this is. a genuine feature production, being one that has met with, tremendous' -suc- cess wherever shown. JMade3' and photographed at historic Luxor, Egypt and also partly in the Sahara desert; it constitutes the greatest ftlnrattrac- tion of recent years, ami without' loubt one of the most attractive attractions ever secured. Ife will be shown for Friday and.-Satnr'- day only, the usual prices of admis- sion prevailing. "Missouri Girl" Tonigh't Levers of refined comedy will have an excellent' opportunity tonight at the Majestic Theatre to enjoy an all round -wholesome, entertaining-even- ing. "The Missouri Girl" Is pronounc- ed to be a strong play with plenty of singing and dancing woven into an effective-plot and this ought'ito attract; a large audience. Turn out and en- courage the management it you wish lo rclalu theatrical attractions in this city. RAN FOUL OF CANAL LOCK Montreal, Sept. might have been a very serious accident hap- ncnde this morning at Lock No. 3. Ca- nadian lake the Glenwood and the Nevada, very nearly came grief through the X-avnda running in- 'Lock No. 3, and stripping it moorings. The delay to shipping while the lock Is being repaired will )e at least a couple of days. 1 Ma report, i Winnipeg f nn interview ot between you a For a short time before moving to North Lethbridge 20 PER CENT OFF ALL HATS Latest Styles, Wide Selection C. A. COQKSLEY, ;