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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiies^y., April 22, 191B the letmnnjtpne daity m^nalp Page 7 We were the first to shoW the people of Lethbridgfe and Gdmmunity how cheap, they can buy in the heart of the season, and we are by far ahead in the biggest bargains you have ever seen. Our. merchandise is of the highest standard and our ?jn*ices pf the lowest imaginable. A Few 6f Our Spe?cials CAN A SUIT BE A GOOD SUIT AT $18.75-WE ARE SPEAKING OF Ladies' Suits Now  It can, as far as the Royal Store Suils are concerned, for we have made a specialty of them at this price. These !1)18.75 Suits are niatle in the latest models. The newshort fronted coats, so very mamiish, bust pocket, strapped back. The coat is lined with silk of contrasting coloi-. The sidrt is high waist anfl some, slightly draped models. You get .these suits in all sizes. SALE PRICE $18.75, A DIRECT APPEAL TO YOU MEN AND Yoiing Men ' '^e :^re in dekd earitest of our desire to have you men find out for yourselves something about our line of clothes. We ai'fe going to be very plain and brief and simply say, "They are better than the best B"eady-to-Wear Men's Clothes you or we have ever seen, at- $11.50, $13,90, $14.65, $16.45, ' $17.50, $18.65, $19.65 All we ask is for you to see them and compare them with others. The al Store House of Quality Southsird Block ticthbridge, Alta. mm OF THE WOmn HGH Followluigfare thft princiifal ronwJs o� . tbo Woleawb-Murpiiy rflght -wUioli took place Saturday nigUt at-Lob Aur geles, Cal., and Y^cb Mmfpliy won la the.test-fodf,round*:fc-' !' . � Round One-i / .� The flghters closed Imeasiiy. ..Mur-. phy feeling out. several tlfijaEwwitli right, and" left. A-momentilatet.hp, shot a slidrt right to-the jajsr;. and, after Wolgaet- had'. planted i twice 'on the body, the Harlemlto forced.this; opponent; against the ropes^' landifag; ,lert and right fon the face and; hqad. Wolgast covered up. They exchang-; ed lightly at close range, and Murphj'i isent  hia-, antagonist against the. rape* with the force of his rus:h, backed by a left to the iBtomach.; Wolgaet. tell throug;h the ropes, but wfts up. In a trice and the round ended 'with Mur-�phy having the advantage. Round Three They mixed it furiously, hody to body, Wolgast ;dolng the greater ex- "Different; Clothes 5 Wien a man buys a tailor-made (uit Ke wants an exdujive labric That's preciselyV what he secures in .l^ale Attire Clothes.  Reinforce the clever fabrics:, by imart Syk and-anartindivlAiaUailo^ �g, and yoq have  ISOncwjprijg^othstoselectfroin. Cash Tsfinov ecutlon. with .�olid punches. Murphy upi>ercvit with his right to the chin, an^,. igettln^ .'>iis man against the' ^roJEW� Dunim^l^il^imiBeYerelyv^^ith a suaB^Bfonsofrppwprfut body punches, Blowing- - ^olpfast' *up. Both' then fought -ilifee- a *palri. of tigers, and It was .a..givje-arid-.|ake- BJuBglng"raatoh In,,WoJ|tast's-.corner., S3'fierce was th� paoe: ithat&thekbelllgeren.ta w^ere copjpelied to calliia-'halt - They ex; ohanged .'hard -letih to the jaw, Mucc phy enfor'clngi>hWolgast Vol-gaSt's round, however.,' j  Ro^nd Thirteen;' " ^' Murphy met his mfen with a terrific right uppercut to. the jaw and Ad went :to a clinch, landing a swinging right to 'the stomach. Neither; man had had a decided ftdvOTftage-at tWs stage of the fighting and both seemed .willing ito mix it at all times, Wol-jjost tried', every ^klnd of_ blow and h4ally lande*- ha^d ,Wfih 'his' i?lbow, Wfiloh d're'w hlsse* from the' sjeotat-ors.. One clinch followed another, Wolgast hammering with' right and l&ft on the" stomach and agaln'''elbow-Ing" his man. Ejven round. Round Sixteen '' ; 'Wolgast, upperoutting with; right to .the jaw, drove-Murphy to "the ropes for' a brief spell,' As they were spUt-frpm a oU�oh Wolyasfs ri^ht landed boiril on itJie ^ead. Murphy tl)on angered the ex-6hftmpiqn with' a half d^-x-Stt blows to the m of the^utomaoh and fte folbiyed t^s.wlilj a jfsiJ^lrie I'lg^t UDper4ut.t9' the jo|nt of Jhe diiln, causing Wplgfipl/to pplt blood the blow several times and the bell rang with both men" tiring. .Wolgast a;8bade, '-j^^s .,� . : Round Seventeen They.Jonght to a slow clinch, glV' dug and- ttgtlng light punches, Wolr g&st missed a terrific ewlng. So; great was the force that the ex-oham: plon turned oonu)letely In. a olrcle,; Murphy ^as quick to take advantage ot^this mishap on the part of "Wol-gasit and landed a.half dozen smashes "on t'fie body aid face that sent Ad; to the ropes. Wolgast planted three rights to the stomach and seemed, ito slow 'up.j Ad missed.again and Murphy clouted him with a vicious right over the mouth.' J Murphy's round; Round Eighteen Ad rushfd in like a maddened bulli' but-Murp'hy inet him with a right; to. the jaw that started the blood in,a, stream. MurphV followed thlB: with' right and loft to the face, almbstclos-. itfg '\VolgR8t'�: left eye. Wolgast clung to his man to save himself, but; ^I^rphy almost cut.his face;to tibi bqns with straight right and left, jabs to" the face. Wolgast clung to his man all the whUe spitting a stream,of blood. The crowd frantically urged; Murphy on. Wolgast Mhen tried-to^ land a vital pTtnoh, lunging-oijt "with; sU his remaining strength. I Murpliy; measured himself and.landed a.terri-; flc rightito the Jaw as the bell; e'nded'j the round; with the crowd �ye'lllag it�elf. hoarse for the Harlemite; -sit was all iMurpliy; and Wolgast's.,seconds worked , heroically to slop '4116 stream of blood. Round Nineteen Wolgast rushed in nice a wild man; byit; found Murphy cool' and collected;, .seeking to land a finishing puiich. As battered,as he was Wolgast-seemed for the mpment able to weather the gale; clinching and. rushing .; inside^ Murphy's ; swings, r Finally Murphy landed witli left and right.with itrlp-haqimer blows to the. stomach and started the blood afresh with -face punches. : He seem'^d, however, to lack the' power 'to. land a finishing punch,' Wolgast clinched, swinging lo'w, for which he wa^ warned 'by. Referee Griftln. Murphy's round, � Round Twenty Thfy shook, han^b and Wolgast: foi'ced the, fighting, closing: In and lam,dltig; twice on; the stomach. Wolgast fought'with great feropHy;, Murphy meetlpg-him .with' right upperout: to the Btomftoh that �6nit the blood, flying in every. dljoctlon, ' Wolgast fought, back,>'ithgreat power, .whipping a\Vay wUh' his" right,and block-, ing Murphy's' blows. Murphy ^ siid-" denly. stralghtisned; his man out with lefts and rights to'the jaw and a Bef-iee.of upperquts to the jaw, found Aid|^-head rest^ on .Murphy's s-ho^de^.' However, "V^lgi^t f^-rc^d the flglit}?)|j,i '^nly to rBcol,'va'ar8itJnglng rlftht .sipnaBli^ on hiff sore nipiuji. 'Tiie yourid end^' with Wolgast Jmvlng f^^ugh-t hlmsjilf to-a standBtill-finfl Murphy valjily/'^ Ing to reaqh^fch^.taoa^wltti rlgfi't J PIRBT iLOftD. OF THE ADWIRAUTY "DIPPEID>f FOR /WAD" .AND NAVAL NOTES London,. Apr^l^^22"-Winston Churchill, ^rst" lord of the admiralty, it is JearQed todc^y,. has been the victim of a -most -^ria^ sen-sational robbery, in which a young woman is suspepted .^ ipoBSible .agent of some foreign power. By the *hWt .the first lord of the admiralty not only loses the $2,500 in money, but highly important con-Udeniiiail naval data such as might, easily be sought as of greatest value to anir: nation Bot ton friendly with Groat Britain. The robbery has greatly around; the; entire admiralty, and Mr. Chuirchill has put,Scotland Yard rle-tectiv�s on the trail of an aristocratic; band which has just appeared in London.. . , . . The first; lord of the admiralty met with his misfortune shortly after winning the money at cards on the Riviera recently- Shortly alter visiting Toulon, .Chtu-ohill's cruiser anchored off Cannes, where the first lord recei'YBd �n invitation to go ashore. He went at once to a fashionable; house, noted for high play, where .he found many well known society ^persons gathered around the table and Mr. Churchill was soon-en-grossed in a game and after an hour's play found himsolf richer by $2,500. nie first lord of the admiralty was- warmly � congratulated on his sudden, streak of luck and cspoci-; ally by a young woman who, with two aristocratic looking young men, had paid close, attention to Mr.; Churchill and his playing. When chatting with the young woman the first lord of ibe admiralty stowed his wnd of, money away in his right Ifip pocket. A few.minutes later he took his .leave. It. .was not until he was aboard his cruiser and started to tell about bis-luck that he found the wad was missing. This was had enough, but with the money had disappeared the pocl):et book containing.uptps on British n^v-al matters which would be extremely valuable to Itorejgn powers.' It is rumored the* woman jn the case is a membpr of an international band, actively' en^ftged in espionage. The; political section of 9oHand V&rd is making special inquiries. FOR WHEAT MobVe.. Jaw, April, 21.-r-Wm. Muk-ridgOi of Swift Current, was today sentenced to one month each on two charges', of ptiealing wheat. Brteoner confepsed- to n graver charge before hei was' accused of it. 1 ;j';Judste OusIey,was powerl'esB to let accusiwi off on suspended sentence, in,'reply to a petition aigned by the wholev'countryside, because the At-tomS^eneral refused' his sanction. The judge accordingly gave the prl-Boner the minimum, and .as the sentences are to run concurr'Sintly, and acpused has been lncaroei;ated three weekSi'jhe will be a free man In seven days. ismum SCOTCHMEN! IRlSHIViENI' ' EN0LI8HMEN1 y.purryl HUrryt Hurry.l ' '', I^ you want your frijends to '', reaoh Canada in,the early spring, ,'bbdk their passage here.iNOW. We can issue their llck^ta, fur-> lilsh'), air information, and' keep .�you'.poated'as to when.they will arrive. , ,' . , , ;; /SOU have CABIN,and THIKD CLABS accommodations dp all ; steaiiierk " ' ', SWlings weekly; .large. Hew -steaimars; low rates. " ' .Apply to S. B. Mitchell, Agent '.'H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent . 349 Main St.7 Winnipeg, Phone IVI5312. A^und the World ^63^^10 Ai tl?ree months holiday.'trip. Us? ^y .Transathintlc steamship _ .line to eonrie'ct with ~ -' f EMPRESS OF ^AS!A 'From, l.iverpoo|,"Jiirie ,f4th>^ ' ,:p'ort8 of call-Madalra, Cape Town, DjurbVn, .Oplombo, ,...|lnsq,pQre, tJo^g Kbn^VASlianghai. NagfcB^Wj'ICobe iind V'oktjtb'ama^ ^'  \ 'T' R. Ql MtNEIU'ik,, , , ;� ' , \:k. � 1. �L-:r m m seciiiiED liE . S^dmoni^n,ijp;^l 21.-Chester s. Pegs, ujjtjl rwitojly superintendent of ,tli^,Rocky'Mountain Cement company's plant'.at Bl?iIrmore, Alta., has joined',the'-^d^p^lton Portland Cement,'oijmny;4*yapkton, S. D., as snptriytap^enlf lfi(;' construotlon and op6lratIoBir',*,�il'lj;,i4d flharge of all de-pattaiM^; Ag^ft; tAltoona Portland Oefnefitv w)mpaijyi"B:? ,|)lant, Altoona, KftR., .;i^^,::(to>;^9i0; when he became superlijtoni%it':sOf'';.erectlon of build-ings'-anjiEinjf'^Jiljj.eBy'.'at the Lumiber-ma.h's : JRortland';**; Cjement company, Caf-ly'lej Ii;8fi.', gqjn'g thence to the Iowa? Pwftl^S^'f'Qemsnt, �ompany, Des Molnos,'=^Io)i|r^'j to remodel. its wet grlftdlnf-'depiirtweht' He Joined the BopfcyiJMtiunt^k '(Geinent company, Ble^}ra?OTe,''^'ta.,^}^^> January, 1911, as supejrini^df ^t''�an^... ^remodelled its plant; ;arid/i^�g8niz9d the working foiye. ^{.'.M^V/' ' 4:.�'B, iQr^JrithJyBAin^tary-ti'easurer of the ;()omp'a|^y,;i'whjO�imad,e the foregoing : ann9i4h0$lij>l7it>i'at Bdmonton on ApHl il8,' thaf.|.)auifi�lent orders can. be plac'ed at 24l'honrs' notice to ke^p the plant In operation throughput,, the season.,' There Is enough buildingr in9r%fllv'M?n the 0. P, R.: and U�6 e^PBiw^. y ' , TlJjr'Sn^bjir^r/^.lM?' Boayd ^re:;. PipfMgp|r,,^dai|[} Short! ,J�h�tJ:^?Pl\7i >qilinpWl;, .Tojr0i}to,^ A^lMatcC toy. tHe; a^^'^ff . '�� >Liim If^v . ^ ,\\,,  Pro{ibBBftr,.^SSifl(Kt.�R�?. recion�meaded PLICK' the long, white, . feat^ci:* flaky ash from a.' febstep's Clear Havana, Note thfc rbund, even, chprry-fed^endi - tliat'neither burns avyay of it8elf>\'faor goes out if youstopj^iifikig to'talk-aj^Kile;; In its slow, even, ptje^dpTj^'smolfing qU'lilitiijS^due to careful making-^this cigar is as far ahead of the ordinary /*rollpd-in-a-hur]*y" kijid as'us fragrant,' brown Cuban leaf is supeHor'toi .ordinary tobacco.' 7' /' ' i And" while] fuU-Bcidied srppke i^bririgiip^cpn-tentnient" 19 ^dur'^ soul, y^u, needij'i far tlut a ^ quickrcrumblinffe|id" will sprint o;i yo\ir''clo'tlie8. r ' .vv , ' .--..vN j;,; / Sold at most good .shops,, in yanpus shapes^ang ' Mb mm 03 63 49 ;