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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10.12. THE LETJIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tage 7 SScONTHEfc That is what we paid for the W. Sadowski Stock of Men's Wear, :'l 1-4-5th Street, South, next to Bentley's. Our Cranbrook, B. C. stock of Men's and Boys' Wear has been added to above. The combined stocks almost reach a great deal too large for'the space we atpres-' ent ocicupy. Fall stock is due to arrive in a few weeks, too late now for cancellation. You can realize our position, we are forced to sell, and sell at, once. Opens Saturday, August 3 At a. m. Sharp .filo.OO Suits, just cut in two. Sale Suits, nothing better for in the c-ity; Sale Price Stetson hats, Sale price EiiK'> and medium weight shoes. Sale price.........: AYoric and negligee shirts. Sale 75o. and Caps, Sale price 25C .fi'1.50 Rubber Boots; Sale Price Per. pair Men's Wear SALE Boy's Wear Saturday morning opens up the lowest priced Men and Boys' Wear Sale ever held in this part of Alberta. This is plain truth. We expect- ed to secure larger premises, were disappointed, are therefore in a pinch, and are compelled to sacrifice at least worth of goods to be able to find accommodation. Everything will be marked in plain figures, just help yourself. Space permits us to quote only a few values. here at nine o'clock if possible, until four.o'clock of opening day, extra specials'in Boys' Wear will exhaust the choice se- jection. Boys' Suits, Boys' Pants, Boys' Shoes, Clothing. CLOSED ON FRIDAY About worth ol' J3o_ys' WHI, it must IHI cleared out entirely. weijire go- ing lin'c. Boys' Tweed, serge and woijsteil suil.s sixes '25 to up Lo Sale Blue serge'and fancy warstcd'suiK, a value. .Sale price. 75c. Bqys' 45C -SI.75 School !Shoes for hard Sale shoes___-........ Running Shoes 50c to......-... 75C DELAYS ARE One North 'of Bemtley's THE BOSTON Taber Lethbridge, Alberta At the Red and White Sign THE COST OF. L1VINI.G MOUNTS vIN GERMANY -The Total Extra .Germany i Berlin. ilie For Beef in 'total charges for the German army; nnd navy, in- cluding ;thit; year's, in ei -eases, is less than ?3 per hend per y-ear, a. Germau Dr. Gearea Goldstein, lias computed 'thai si-liner will pay 21 marks (or upprpxiu uitoly ?5) more for -incut this year rJian.Jie 'would have paid ten years ago. For the nominal family of five or six this re- presents (in extra dm I n on, tlie family exchequer of or Dr. Gold- stein arrives at his ligurcs by taking the total dressed .weight oC cattle, sheep, gwine, etc., slaughtered for Berlin consumption- annually and multiplying this hy 'the' increase In the retail prices jier pound as shown by the olllchil statistics over the av- erage price ten years ago. For GV Berlin tlie total per annum. cost is about. The Lanrentide Pulp Co. lias pur- chased 39S -miles of forest land on the SL Maurice lllver from iue Que- bec government. THE CANADIAN BANK OF? COMMERCE Pierpont Was Surly-Very HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Mortgages, Insurance Policies or othe r valuables in one of these boxes j F' JlH FITimiER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge 1 Jirahch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. INCORPORATED 1832 CAPITA JL FUND TOT. JVL ASSETS OVEE 100 .Bra: iichcs in Canada, Newfoundland and I'lic Indies; also in Boston, New j York and Chicago A GENE HAL BANKING BUSINESS transacted in connection which j there la a SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. Interest allowed on tlnpofllts or nnd upwards a I. the highest, cnrreiu rate. A brunch I of this olri established bank has been opened In iho Hull niock, lf find solicits tho accounts of firms nnd dlvlduals 01 i favorable Icrma. LETHBRICK36 BRANCH E. F. MACNEILL, Manager Insistent Interviewer Did not gets Much out of Great Financier New York, July Fierpoat Morgan returned io America on.the liner Olympic yesterday after on senre in iSu-rope, which has covered almost exactly lhe time of the sittings of the Stanley committee investigat- ing tho United States Steel corpora- tion. Mr. Morgan's fixed disinclination to tall: to any person not included among his cnnfidniUK was exemplified when, he was met on tho dock by reporters. With a grumble ]IKe an irritated bull, he said: "Go 'way; get out! Nothing' to guy. Wouldn't say It here if I bad. Go 'way, leave me alone." The reporters melted away, hope- except one. A timid .looking young man of slender buijd, whose drooping whiskers hid unsuspected dclerminatJon, trailed along and ad- dressed tlio great financier again. Reporter Trails Right Along "Mr. he said, "will yoy "No, r cried Mr. Morgan over his shoulder before the defer- ential one got any further. "You know I won'l. Why do you 'bother me 'this He whirled about ami glared the soft, eyes ot tlie youth. "I think, Mr. snid the yoiniK man without flinching, "my I employer would raise my salary IE II got an Interview with you.1' I 'All right, how much will they! raise It? I'll pay the difference, fiivs you a check right now. But tell me how much and then get out. I've noth ing to say." The reporter dlrl not specify what he 1 boughI the raise would he. Mr. Morgan walked to the compan- ion way and tho young man Irnlled right along. "Mr. he said, "you were pretty close to K.ilaer Wilhclm on the other aide, weren't Mr. Morgan whirled about 30 nuic.k- ly ho nearly had ,1 collision with the reporter. "Who Said So7. What cf "Who said he -ah oil tori.. "Who told you "It was cabled to nil tho newspapers here." was the v'only. millionaire, "what of It? For God's stike, what off "Winston Churchill mnilo a speech .J) In parliament llis oilier the re- porter'began to explain, "and "What did h-e sayV Tell he said the financier, as If the reporter were trying- to conceal a criminal mystery from hlm. "Ke called for .1 bljj appropriation for nilv.i 1 increases and openly ex- pressed Lhe fear of a break with Oer- maiiy." "Hiiinph, he did, did Air, Morgan turned to go awny. sairt the reporter, ;'do you think diat means Kaiser Didn't Tell Him Plans "How should T Mr. Morgan replied; with out Lurning. "I low should I "But you were with .Emperor Will "He. didn't tell ui-e he was going to H6 diiln't tell me anything about' II. See Morgai turned and put his mighty fist under the. reporter's don't Know antler-.don't think. I have got think. Understand? I have got think, even." "Well, all said tlie reporter hacking" "but. is H.Lrue that you ai-e going to finance the bull moose "Now. what is a bull roar- ed Mr. Morgan, casting his arms in Iho air In d-espjilr. "What is a bull .The. pHa use volt independent move- ment, bellowed Mr. Morgan, and fled Here We Are Ready, willing and able to serve you W. McKenzie Co, Next Royal Bank until lie ran, into a group of women who barred hife way. "Did you go to Europe Io avoid a Stanley com mil lee subpoeuu, Mr. 'Mor- came the-plaintive but insist- ent voice of reporter from out. of the crowd on'the companion, way. Mr. Morgan plunged through the women and escaped. According io Mr. Morgan's fellow passengers, the sad eyed young re- porter was .not the only sufferer from Mr. Morgan's peculiarly ferocious form or-shyness. AII53 R. L, Slanwood, an actress, undertook the duty of taking iip a subscription for (he ship's orchestra. Everybody slie had approached gave something un to tlie time she '.tackled Mr. Morgan, whom'she hod loft lo the last. Miss SUimhvood approached him fear and trembling, on tlie stairway of the mail saloon, when no one else was around. "Mr. she said, breathless- ly, "J am taking subscriptions -'or Mrs orchestra, Growls, But Sends a Check "Don't know miytbing about growled Air. Morgan, and charged off lowiinl the dock. Later .he sent a check for tlie fund. On the 'night.'6f the deck dance Mr. Morgan appeared nil alone, half au hour before the lime tor the rtiiuccs and settled himself In a chair from which tho beat passible view of ihe festivities WOE io he had. Trouble began as soon as lie was comfortably sented. "Why.'Isn't there nny lie demanded.' they going lo start the music? Whnt'a tlie m.-ilter? Why dou'l 'they do something? This Is like ;t There was a jyrent scurrying about of stewards and the orchestra tumbled into tliL'ir places twenty minutes aheatl of lime. BULL IS ROOSEVELT EMBLEM ESTATE SWALLOWED UP BY LEGAL EXPENSES So Little Left That Some Creditors Got One Cent practical Illustration ;he Inw expenses In setllliiB nu os- .alc IE given by the Blcclric Com- has MADE ITS OFFICIAL APJPEAR. ANCE AT STATE CONVENTION New York, July 31. The Bull JUuose, as the pinlilcm oi the jiew Progressive party, appeared, in .lile- sliapc, here tonight ,'a-L llio vcnlion 01 Lhe New York county. ganizaUun lo scluut delegates Id the coming national convention. A sLiillud bull moose of lordly, size and .mein wu.S'iiroiniiicnb on lhe stage at Car- icgie hall, whrrc tlie coiivention was held. Hod banibnn handltoccliiol.s in the antl hcnriiig'.Itic pic- ture of Col. llooscvelty also niiicli in evidence. Numerous sujFra- gcUc-s whose cnusu ilm CciloncV nas uspouscd, worn prominent on tlie pliit- form. nnri slooil at floors, passing ouv IMcraturc lo those who entered. State Chrtivmau Uolriiiii'ss' culled meeting to onli't and introduced Os- car S. SU'A'is, minlJilec to TnrkR.v, as temporary chairman of (lie convention. Mv. KUaiiH refcTreil to Col. as "tin--. iiispucd leader of Uie Vcogrcssivc chiiKK." "Tim question not one of rival siiiil Mr.'Kirnusi; llii it, were, Hie aiijieal would concern ItscH a hreaclifin lhe -.pacl.y- TliR real issnr, ,is ..not Theodore UooscvcK, ,bviL Tlicoiloic-. as thu rcp- inscnlativc and effective exponent, oi lie Id by a majority' nf the plain people of all jmrties, and ne- cessary for the welfare of. Urn people. K is nipy lo proclaim progrcs- it :is quite another Ihing io live iip io ilieni. I orn quite sure, lUrnrs, Mvirphy, L'ranc and I'aggnrL all claim lo lie Progressives. Mr. announced himself as' no longer a "mnri of straw', hill; a Progressive, ami yd, h'p holds to a numinntion prociircil by frnurtulrnt delcpilcs- nomination which eoulil not have been except h lhe power imny oC Canada, wlioec estate [unt beon eeltled up. The. rec vtre ami wore loiibe divided amongst mp-lno'ls of the bosses for lhe dellbcr- the. crcdllovs. nic, wi" nf Tlie.Ufiuidalor received lhe lowyer, including court fecp.and dis- burHCnipnts, and IticjHvldcnrl >vas -derliirod f.f per 'cent, on the dollnr, every creditor rncelvinff Konicthlnp, none of ihcin receiving Icss.ihnn on-o cent, for inslanco onn nrfditor for .received I 'cont, and FEARFUL SLAUGHTER Rio Janlnro, "AiiK, 'poi-sons H'pro .Killed or Injured in n cnlllgiou ycslnrilay hoiivccn stiburbnu a creditor for S3 cents received tvatyis on LUc. Conlral1 Brazilian Hail- I'cnt. .way. Twenty-four ddcgnlcs were chosen, among Lhrm two women. CEMENT DEMAND IS SUPPLIED WINNIPEG OFFICIAL- THAT WESTERN. ORDERS (HAVE BEEN. FILLED 'he Can- adian Cement Company has caught up with, all its orders, both ihlji incuts.from the heart of the lakes and (he Alberta mills, was the statement made' today .by :W. P. S Iolinun.4 sales manager for this'cjtj Tlio, price, lie aftid, -had not been Western Canada by reason of Hievcut- In .duties, and he pointed put ihatHhe price the company has been quoflug '.o.b. Winnipeg, is cheaper than ac any time In the-history of the wineiit.' huslhasa, except'EOT tba period thrflf.1 years ago, when a. wai-im regress. He fun.lier pointed figures, ninllshed. regarding tha company's successful lender to city of. Winnipeg -for" ImfVels1 ire incorrect to ihe -extent or-thirty, cents.a barrel, the price be HE which, is fifteen .ho price paid last-year city to the Lchlgh Portland Cement Com- pliny. an American firm. This nils- okc arose through ;r "miscalculation; jy civic officials of the rebate of forty' cents per .barrel on bags returned. Asked whether he coulii' suggest a reason, for failure of .American' ten- ders, Mr. Johnson said that probably t wag owing to the demanda ot their lomestic biiBlnenB, which at the fair' prices now prevailing was the more irofitable. This Is the first time.the company has tendered direct to .tho city, and iho price oE 11.95 includes '5 cents freight beLwecn Fort Wll- i.-im arid Winnipeg- Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points anil Canada every Sat- urday, Ijir'go new aloamers. modern and up lo tl.rfc, operated on tlie One Class fnbin plan- Cabin staterooms sill amid- ships. ?31.25 to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Gnlway Rnd Bel- frrsl. 3-13.00 to Antwerp and Kallqnlniii. ?36.00 to Sweden, Norway nnd Donmfirlf, etc.. For (nil information call on any stoninshrif.'agent" or write, K. E. LIDMAN, Gtncral Agrnl 453 Winnipeg ;