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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pag ;e8 THE JK D'ATLY Monday. September ISO, 1012 Photo- graphs YOU WANT A PICTURE OF S'pURSELF THAT WILL BE A CREDIT TO LET YOUR PHOTO- GRAPHS .BY THE METHOD WHICH HAS PROVEN SO SATISFACTORY TO OTHERS Tise 3rd Ave. Beside Baptist Church "tiporgo Kuwnslfy arrested; wire SOIUIKB of the Kirst Baptist Church; I her awakening to the position in which The above wim from Chief Cuddy, I Hawnsloy Is alleged to have placed at Calgary, indicates that Kaw hor came about while ho was away in alleged has Ix-en uikiMi into j Calgary. A letter i-anie 10 the lioufeo the toils. He "will be- brought to addressed to her tuinpofu'd huslwncl, bridge tomorrow by IMective l-Vyer, of the local force. The arrest of Rawnsley ei'tt'i-i- od through an acquaintance of the wanted man, who saw him in bearing an' Kdmonton post mark, and addressed in handwriting unmistaU'e- aldy that of a When she op- ened ami road tho missive, bvr bus bund's perfidy became known to her, at the Stampede. The LethbrUlgn man, and tlie police wore called in to take on his rotnrii, seeing tux1 ivpwi to effect thai Sarah KliziibcUi IKxKh- man, of North Letbbridge, hud laid such action ;is. she hopes, will free, her from the position in which she finds herself. iiioniuition against Rawnsley. j Kawnsley is ;v earpt'iitor by trade, him with marrying her while lu> ami fairly well known in North Leth- :i wife living in Edmotuon. weni bridge. His wife in Edmonton has FUTURE llimltoba......Sat Oct 12 Empress of Britain Fri..Oct. IS Empress of Ireland Fl-j. Nov. 1 Lake ChamplaiB Sal. iCov. Mmltoba Sat. Nov. Si Empress of Britain Fri. Nov. 15 Lake Michigan ...Sun. Nov. 54 Last Mlllng from St. Lawrence Ports Excursion Rates NOV. 7th to DEC. 31st Christmas Ships St. John and Liverpool Impreis of Ireland Fri. Nov. 29 Manitoba ...Sac. Dec. 1 Empress of Britain Fri. Dec. 13 Berth Reservations and Details from your local agent, or write Cirter, General Agent 210 Portage Ave, Winnipeg Man. ro the police and gave a description two children, who :ire both living'with of Kawnsley, and other information of! her at the time. According to USP to (he Calgary police iu locating j tho loiter received, there has been and arresting: the -man. j domestic trouble in the family, anil "From 'your wife, Louie." Those I the letter contains words to the ef- were the written words which ieel ,Elizabeth Uooihniun. of North Lethbridge. 10 lay information against her husband of three weeks. .Married to Frank George Ha'wnsley, on August -4, by Kev. A. C. Watson, in ilh? par- fcci "llswusley should try to for- yit[ her as KOIMI as possible." He> will be arraigned tomorroW before Magistrate Hentloy. This will be the firsi bigamy case ev- er heard in "the local police touri. GAVE UP ALL HOPE OF EVEREING WELL MOUNTAIN, ONT., 1910 I'or slit yean, suffered fron dreiulful Kidney Disease. legs and lower part of my body were fearfully swollen anil lire "pain was awful. Five different doctors ..ttemled rue and all said it was Kidney Trouble, and gave me no hope of getting well. A kind neighbor told me to try and .in a short time, the swelling went down, the min was easier, and then "l-ruit.a-tivjs-1 cured me- (Miss) MAGGIE JANNACK. Fruit n lives is the greatest Kidney Cure in .the and will always cure Pain in the Duck, Swollen Hands and Feet, Headaches and other troubles due to poisoned condition of the blood. 500 a box, 6 for trial size, ?5c. At dealers or write Fniit-a-tira Limited, Ottawa. TAMMANY HALL IS TOO STRONG THE PEOPLES' FORUM' OPPONENTS OF GOVERNOR NOT ABLE TO OVERCOME MURPHY MR. DAVIES EXPLAINS I Editor, Herald: I reference to a para- D1X grapli, which appeared in an of T IS ALL UP TO GOVERNMENT MR. IVES RETURNS FROM PRES- ENTING LETHBRIDGE CASE FOR GRAIN INSPECTION Whether or not I.ethbridge will be made a grain inspection point will not be known until, according to the procedure laid down in tile drain In- DOES WILSONS T A RL AND-- j your paper of last week, so far as I jn am aware I am the only cx-commis- SUPPORT DIX? .New York, Sept. "Governor Wilson has given the Syracuse con- vention a prescription for party sue cess that ia said Acting Chairman iMcAdoo, of the JJi'moeratlc National Campaign today. 'Counterfeit patriots may, but goini- no patriolls will not, find fault 'with t." Ho continnos: "Persomilly conduct- ed and controlled conventions are just ta offensive) to Democrats as person- illy concluded and controlled govern- neuts. The time ceriuinly is coni- ng, and already is here at hand, when nen of cnlibre and cliurncter will re- use to accept th-e nomination for high >ffices from hoss-doininated couven- ions., This is the first important step n the fight for the restoration of free overnment. Whiit 1 have said ;IK a Itlzeu of Now Vork is my individual isw, and is not to be taken as the xpression of tlie Democratic Nation- 1 Campaign coimnitiee, which is, of ourse. inking; no part in the local ontetiis of the different' states." Governor Dix Speaks Albany, N.Y., Sept. today issued a statement in reply T A R L A N D TO-DAY "The Woman Haters" SIZZLING COMEDY "Broncho Billy's Bible" SENSATIONAL. WESTERN DRAMA The Gent from Honduras" A TORNADO, OF FUN "Luxor-Egypt" INTERESTING TRAVELOGUE Mr. Randolph S. Gilbert STARLAND'S GREAT VOCALIST Syracuse, N.Y., Sept. who oppose the re-nomination of Gov- ernor John A. Dix spent the early hours today, with the delegates who were gathering for the .Democratic State convention tomorrow, trying to sloned officer of H.M.'sResnlar Army at present in Lethbridge. and as many of my friends and acquaintances are putting this letter on -to me. I woulfl D putting this letter on -to me. I would Doar.1 of Trade in their application j ask yon to insert my denial and utter i for tlie .establishment of a grain in- the Governor General I to lue statement of Governor Wilson. las taken the matter un-j of New Jersey, issued last night in whieh the Presidential candidate call- ed upon, the delegates lo tht State Democratic convention at Syracuse, to choose, as candidate for governor regressive man of the kind to be his own master. "1 agree with Governor thi Governor said "that it is seldom orga licr lm, applications and recommendations of the Hoard of Grain Commissioners. v. C. Ives, who represented the repudiation of this letter. I spector here, appeared before the coin- Firstly, had 1 wr-ition any ietter-1 j missioners on Saturday at Winnipeg, should have signed it: r The Board of Railway Secondly, I attended a meeting of was also present anil heard the oh- that arc at fault. H is those crystallize .around somejtlle veterans' association in Mr. As-1 Jeclions of the railway companies to wno attempt to dictate their action. was told this was u s lile granting, of the application. Uoth I For aggressiveness and progressive- single candidates. An effort was i made to persuade Charles r. -Murphy, leftder of Tammany, that the placing quith's and Civilian association, and thai did I go j and the C.I'.R. were rep- (less In administration during the past parade, it would be Mr. Asnuith i al tnc "nd entered two years, no State in the Union has BufyQurseifaHorne Brand new, seven rooms, fully modern, full concrete basement; situated on 7th Ave., best location in The city. This Is a bargain at the price. Cash only balance arranged, or will take well located lots. The Cascaden Land Co. Office 10, Macdonald Block Majestic Theatre -j-i i Tuesday, October 1 THE'EVENT ALL SPORTING FAN.sfHAVE1 BEEN WAITING FOR Grand Wrestling l TO A FINISH Oscar Item Jack Taylor PRICES, 75c. 50c. RINGSIDE SEATS, SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ELITE CIGAR STORE stances, I am prevented from parading the chief request nf the amended ap-i the fault Is with the press with my brother soldiers; on tire occa- Plication, no particular cmphasti be- nncl "8l 'w'Ul for his personal letters to me express n. very different tiou. The project bringing W. .T. Bryan here to reinforce the anti-Dix- element j siou ot H.RjiJ v, .it I on the desire oi i appears to have been abandoned. It i n DAVlES j hriclge to become tan. order point. Lieut. National; Keservc, hue A S II lvi" tc so1 Corps. suit of the ap was said that Mr. Bryan had import- ant engagements in Nebraska this week that made it impossible tor him to come. i George Jr. Palmer, chairman or the MONORAIL TO State committee., has arrived here.' bringing with him a tentative draft of I HAUL IN OO'AL a platform. The State chairman said the platform was short and progres- sive In spirit. He declined to discuss! SCHEME WHICH IT IS SAID CUTS its planks. j THE CQST ON TRANSPOR. TATION IN TWO beiuro is made pnb-i CITY AND DISTRICT Visiting, the City Dr. Caldwell, government veterin- ary inspector at Cpuits is- in the city todav. Fernie B oys Real bad Ones WOULD SHOVE Mr. Wild, off to Saskatoon F. X. Wild, formerly city editor of the News, left yesterday ling for Saskatoon where he will Edmonton, Alta-, Sept, the siaff of one of the Ul MARINE RATES rcsentatives of ihe Alberta McnoraHi DAIRY FAJRMEBS WANT-LIGHT APPLY TO EDMONTON FOR EX- TENSION OF WIRES TO THEIR FARMS tlmt (Continued from front page) i company, which is building u four-! mile Hue ;tt Calgary lo develop a MARINE INSURANCE MAN VERY j vel deposit at -Malmrg, Jtri> in Eton- j KEEN ON-A FIGHT WITH i ton, looking over the ground with a GERMANY view to building single-rail lines to the coal mining; ami farmin 'A from the Spolresman-Review to Ita Ferule representative last night resulted in tha ubo76 information be- ing unearthed. Young Harper bas been in difficul- ty Trith the city police but had been let off punishment, owing to bis youth, and good standing of hia parents. The Seal boy he- longs to a respectable family, his paf- being hard working people. KNs- -feeling here that the character of some of the movlag pic- ture fllnis has mucb to do with this tendency to imitate the bad men, and do tho ho.'d-up stunt. Mo-ring pic- tures can be made moat instructive wnd useful, bur they can also be of eiich a rharaoler as to pander to the of lawlessness, which Is too often manifested in the films shown itt these places. Kcntishmen, Notice! A meeting of the Kentish associa- tion will be held this evening at 8 o'- clock, at the residence of J. Carter, -1 1624 Third uvenue North, to arrange ;iricts in central Alberta, to connect for n benefit concert on beh.ilf of the Sept. M. "f cwet hand and settle it eiieclivel speedUy. We are seated on the hrink lon IIJ 23 years with UIL> pneincerinK depart-! menL OI tte Canadian Pacific The Sous of England will hold their whist drive !of the season on -a volcano ihat is ator- .cslimates thai coal i Wednesday evening in the 3. 0. B. wjiLdiio HI.U is sioi lrom lhe of a volcan ing, secretly but rapidly, all the forc- es at its command to hreali out and overwhelm UK at a mermen notice. The masses in England are to war, just as the masses in Ger- many are against a flash with land. Bui the military in Ger- nnnc-s: ro hdmonton at a rosi not ex- a-cfiitiv 10 cents a ton a mile, leavin a for thu co.nprny as ngp.mst uic present cf mus tcnn, work. Cot.n- commei-cing at nine sharp, members and friends invited. try nt-dtis ho cse.l in many in- -siancf-s in ihe ovr-nf the sy-sirm ic in- sutUct) in ihis part r.i'.the province. Whitmore Here Ml, Vvlntmoro of the auditing de- partmeilt of tho DppartraCTl ffr many is stronger than the peuplt- aiiii the British government is aware oi their plan. That plan is to wipe Hri- tain's navy from the sea and make Germany master ol tbe We eratioi need a Hisraark who will ask Ger- J maov in a diplomatic but vet trnr lansiiagc, what is her purpose in sei- BOTHER AVIATOR GONE fing this unprecedented pace in Miild- F. M. met wil there i.s vverv vcison to believe ihe system will be built to he in op- j ural Hesourccs of the the city today. Hr. Whitmore was formerly connected with the A. It. I. aiaffP hero. 1 earlv date. Chief School Inspector Here John Ross, of Edmonton, chief in- spector of tho public schools for Al- berta, way in the city this paying a friendly visit to the Central Vsnm-iiburg, Germany, .Sept. school. Mr. Ross is at Diamond'City "Walter Moore, aged 18. a deckhand tho grain steamer PiaJrocge, was drowned at Port Colbora .ing dreadnoughts, and who, if Ger- j; Tlie death "i aunt her Herman zrmy visiting the .school there this after- many fails to give a satisfactory re-: an.ator' Lieilt Hl'rrr' occurred noon. HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ply, will in the dead oi nigH iounii was im- tho alann of war atirl lairartl tht full Trial nianoenvrr.s in Kaxor.i.i, wlicn force of Britain's might against licr ''''s rollii'ftl with u tree secret foe. striking n-tiile she can ll1' was a rcconroiicring strike with sure effect." fliRht. The nhove is the opinion of A. .1. Snushall, oi BirminehJim, Knglund, manager of one oi tlie laucest ocean accident insurance companies in Knc- lanit, who is visiting; a broiher here" NO RUSH FOR CHINESE LOAN UNDERWRITERS HAD TO TAKE UP SIXTY PER CENT OF AMOUNT Sept. ieaue of tho "Independent" Chinese loan last week was a failure as far as the public wns concerned. Only about 4u per oi" tlio offered was sub scribed for by lift gtneral publiu puo ao that-tho had to tftkj) Used Imnolite Language While under the influence of Hir- am Walker's best, two foreighners, M, Cochcron and A. S. Rabhik en- tered ihe premiKos of Classman, and from a position !n the hack yard hogan noiiring out a torrent of abuse and ohsreiift language 'soon brought, the- police on the scene. Tho men had their bicycles with them, and mounting these gave Sergt. Kron- ing a niorry chase before they wore taken in row. They pleaded not fiuilty before Vantley this morning, hut evidence was adduced to show that their language Was not suited io polite society, and they were handed a fine of ten and costs. .las. Nelson, a vag, took I en days for begging without a license. If. Mat- thias an old offender in the Ii. nnri category, was taxed a little extra today, drawing down ten and costs. Very mi'iiy I'liiUrd States uinnci arc srttlinix near Hiplcy, A innv town hull hcing huilt j: .CiaiL, a cost oi Edmonton, Sept. farmers on the outskirts of Edmonton have made application 'to the city'a light and power department to extend electricity to their places. Manj the dairymen have installed IG-horse pow-er motors to operate ne'wly patent ed milking machines. The total OOF to the municipal department of e? tending the line is estimated at Tlie charge to the dairymen will bt, SlSO a year, plus the cost, of installing figured at Commissioner Chalmers, who has charge of the extension, has received a report from Superintendent Ormsby, recommending the installation. This is th-o first attempt in the prairie pro vinces to operate electrically operated milking machines. The dairy Industry is growing rapidly, and it is expected there will be from Iw0 to five cows next, season where there is only one Today. EUnionton is the principal market. JMUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDEL1O) WINSTON CHURCHILL FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE Concord, N.H., Sept. Churchill, of Cornish, the author, Was nominated for governor by ihe Progressive, and a platform largely .confined to national issues was adopted. Mr. Churchill formally accepted th. nomination, and Governor .Johnson, of California, Progressive candidate for Vice-President, also addressed the del- egates. Winston Churchill, the American author, wrote "Richard Carvel" and several other notable novels. On the visit of Winston -Spencer Churchill, now First. Lord of the Brit- ish Admiralty, to America, a few years ago, his American namesake presided nt a dinner in honor of the English- inn. The two Winstons are in no way re- lated. BURTON HOPES FOR THE BEST Goshnn, X. Y., Sept. hope for tliu said Burton W. Gib- son, tlie New York lawyer, before ho- ng arraigned in court, hero today charged with the murder of his erst- while client, Mrs. Kosa Meschik (iih.son entered thr courtroom shortly id'ore nonn, roundel for t-lin slate and cienxe both asked for a recess until o'clock this afternoon. Monday and Tuesday at Starland A very line program is helng shown nt Stariund fcr tlie commencement of the week, one including' many good feature attractions. Foremost on the bill' is to be found one' of the novelty comedies of ihe season by the great Yitagninh company, entitled "Tlie Woman Haters." a witty, vivacious farce dealing with ihe story of "Ncver-get niarritjd" bachelor's club. Some of the srenes and situations are tdicrous in [he extreme, and the whole plot is decidedly new ami novel. The dramatic end of the program is well cared fcr in the offering of a breezy western drama, "Broncho Billy's n story tense with thril- ling episodes and exciting climaxes. Other fine attractions on the bill are an interesting scenic, of the historic country surrounding Luxor, Egypt. and another farcical absurdity called The attendance of all members is requested next regular meeting Tkrs. Oct. 3rd By Order of Dictator Special business to be trail sauted. H. D. Donaldson, Secy. is a trained chorus of seventy voices and a special grand opera orchestra. under the baton of William Glover, one of England's foremost conductors. For a special twelve weeks' tour, Mr. Sheehan hag signed Mrs. Emily Grey, famous harpist, from the Coven t Garden, London, England, and Miss "The Gent from Honduras." Star- bud's newest vocalist, Randolph 3. I Sihley Remus, violinist virtuoso, I Gilbert, will also make his initial ap-1 Opera, Comique. pea ranee here tonight. Sheehan English Opera Attraction of Duke's Visit. With Notable Cast of Players Tho Siieehan English Opera Com- pany, which will present "II TrovH- torc" and "The Chimes of Normandy" at ihe Majestic theatre for two nights, j Thursday ami Friday, Oct., 10th and nth. as a special attraction in honor! t Arrangements are being made to run special Trains from within a rad- ius of fifty miles for this hriHianl. and auspicious occasion. On Thursday night, Verdi's beauti- ful opera "11 on Frklay night, Plamiuelte's operatic gem, "The Chimes of Normandy." of IT.K.H. the Duke of ConnaiiKlii's 1 visit to this city. The company is WOMEN NOT ANXIOUS London, Sept. A refcren- who! v votJ: .akin hera by'the have won distinction in their ivo -lines with the best, opera com- panics of the Joseph R Shnehan, 'heading 'tW cast, is recog- nixed by musical critics as -tlie great- est tenor and most famous opera star, who hcs done more to. make English opera supreme tlia'u any other nuiii of his seueratibn. j tli is. cast '-a re Francis Royle, Gladys Cnldwell.fJoseph Koyert Alma Stetzler, Theresa' Claremont. John L. Dickinpon, 'Louise Hoergcr, j .Morrli Carhuiii. Kenneth Dudley, Itnth West, William Young, and other lesser lights in the opera, world. I With the- above not.rble CTst of I players Mr. Sheehan fools confident that h'is highest ambition has been and he is now in a poyitiou to produce each and every opera in iis repertoire in a style and manner which has never been in his London Teachers' associat ion, oi whom arc wo- men, rosardins stif- shows two thousand for and ton thousand against. An- other mililanl campaign is threntened here. Hotel for Sale Tho best small town liolel in Alberta for salo at a bargain. F. S. Owner, Warner, Alberta career. Assisting tills all. star cast SaE5S Why send out of town VULCANIZING done :i( home by D. E. MacDonald IJXl'KRT LOCKSMITH GUNSMITH Rear Sporting Goods Old Stand 412-Sth St. S., Phone 1032 ;