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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 2, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY-CIRCUS DAY. For The Big Emergency Now going full blast at CORNELL TRAVIS. It's a record breaker It's the greatest selling success we've ever had. We must clear out this stock of Clothing Furnishings, Hats, Trunks and Bags. We must get the money. Everything in the store Reduced and thousands of Bargains to pick from. Get into the procession of Lucky Bargain Getters. Come with the crowds _____ and Bring Your Friends. HERE'S A FEW HOT SHOTS FROM THE BARGAIN COUNTERS. HURRY! AND GRAB A BUNCH Good assortment of fine shoes, in box calf Vici Kid Patent Leather, llegular and Emergency price A nice range of two-piece Suits in Home- spuns, and Assorted Tweeds, Norfolk, and plain semi-lined styles, rang in o- from to All of these are going at HALF PRICE. Straw Hats in Sailor and Flexible brim, regular 12.00, and the-whole Lunch.going at HALF TRIGE. Large assortment of Fancy Knitted Ties. Regular 506, Emergency price .-35c Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs going at 4 for.........................gSc Regular 35c. socks, going at per A Jarge bunch of Shirts in all the latest shades and styles. Eegular and Emergency Price, Large assortment of Men's soft and stiff felt hats in fedora and telescope and the latest style in still hats; regular and Emergency price St 75 Good range of Men's Working Shirts at each-. gQc Strong Working Gloves 5 pairs Canvas Gloves for....... per cent discount oft' all our Cloth- ing, including all blues and blacks in 20th Century make. All new goods; a chance of a The fabrics, the style and the workmanship are positively the best. Large range of wash tics. Eegular 25c. each; Emergency Pi-ice? 2 for gSc Good assortment of bells going at 50Q Regular 65c braces going at......SuC All arm bands, Boston and Paris Garters Reduced. CORNELL AND TRAVIS THE STORE OF QUALITY. n AI: j u v Opposite Alexandra Hotel Farmers not Interested in Political Action Meeting at Barons Didn't Cutting Wheat (Special to the Barons, public meet- ing of the .People's independent Poli- tical association-.iof. the constituency, to h.ivc been held in (he Manhattan hall last night for the purpose of, appointing delegates lo the convention which is advertis- ed (o be held at Claresholm on Aug- ust 5Lh, did not materialize in any shape or foim ]n the first place none .of the-Banners from the sur- rounding districts put in an appear- ance and the few townspeople who had intended being present the meeting out of curiosity or. other causes, dwindled away till none left. Whatever the opinion may be at Cliiresliqlm and the other parts ot Ibis constituency regarding the advis- Wltility of placing an Independent fian- Hidale in the field at the next pro- Uncial elections, the attitude of the majority of farmers in this part of the riding, as evidenced by -'their ab- sence last niglit, would, indicate .that tliev aic willing to let enough alone. .There is no question but that sonic of our the soil would like to.have a representative in the Alberta legislature .whose .principal duties'would he to safeguard, and in every way' protect tho farmers' interests, but in this eoristUucnev, as das been experienced in other parts, political partyism is a hard .stunt to overcome. There being no meeting last night, of course no delegates were appoint- ed, and how the matter will be over- come arc unable io'sav Richard Wagnci, photogiaphpr of lie Dominion Building, Lelbbridge, our coriespon ent, he stated that the average crop around Barons look exceedingly but emphasized fall wheat cro at Noble, owned by the gentlciiia whom that place is named after, being the very best he had seen dur- ing his travels. Cutting Winter Wheat Winter wheat is being cut at the present time in Barons district- Dave House and W. Lucha have already started in, while Mr. Noble, who owns several wheat crops in this vi- cinity, will be cutting in a -week's time. From what your correspondent can learn in conversation with various Farmers of the district, the average crop in and around Barons, will be rom 35 to 30 bushels per acre.1 There s no use, however, of gainsaying the TO LOOK OVER INVESTMENT; act that the ravages of tha cut- vorm has been disastrous to moire ban one fine field of grain. In'this espect, however, it is pleasing to ote that many of our farmers .are emg educated to the fact that mix- d farming is becoming more popular i thit, section, if onlj from a pro Jective point, of view on their own part. Much been af- forded on this subject from the pro- If on drink Whisk v. list DEWAR'S onim.iii V liicjl' '.J.M. DOl I -I ililiilied' IRS7 vincial departments' anil, from the press of Western Canada, and it looks I now as if their combined efforts will he the means o'l saving the country from stagnation. Barons district, at least, is picking up in that respect. A Good Idea Mr. Slolnhart, of the Arnald hotel, is looking lor a quarter section o[ land close.to town, with plenty of water for a stock-raising farm. His purpose is to secure a quarter sec- tion on which to raise po'ullry and vegetables in order to supply his ho- Peter rough rid- er during the Spanish-American war, ranchman of broad acres in the Mon- tana country, and one of the very ilever newspaper vaitets the West- ern States, is m Alberta to look ov- er the made by a prudent and frugal father manj jeaii ago, and uhich has grown into a property of consideration. He passed through Lethbridge on his way north When this section of Alberta was young, and values of .little conse- quence, the elder Snelson, with his fl either eye into the future, ac- quired acres of land in the neighborhood of the town of La- combe It has grown m with the development of the is m the heart of the wheat belt, and is now-worth a handsome fortune. is publicity commis sioner for the state of Montana. Murderous Assault and bleeding' from a half dozen knii wounds, Dmtryo Kotyk, a Galiciau, found lying on the sWewalk on Fifth avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets east, at ail eatlv hour this morning. lie nas discovered by a citizen. The victim was removed to the General Hospital, and it is be- lieved he iwiii die. So far as the police note .able to earn, there were no witnesses to .the assault saio the participants It is opinion of the detectives that :the assault is the outgrowth of several ssaults and threats that have been lade during the past two weeks, ,fol- owini; upon an attack upon a young on the eie of his aid to have been instigated by a ival suitor. tcl witll all that is going in the shape of necessaries. Our town constable has a "kick1 coming against those who supply in- crdicls with liquor, and there ikcly to be a police case on the mat- er before long. A party from Champion was in own on Wednesday with a view to ccurc copies ot the plans and speci- cations of the new school here. It eems the Champion school authori- ics are more than pleased with the chool building at this place, and ecdless to say, the trustees here gave the visitor all the in- ormation lie wanted. Not many of our citizens have cs- rcssed their intention of visiting ibitions to the west.of us. It looks if everyone was awaiting the op- BARS ALL ROCKEFELLER GIFTS Rival pf Oil King Wills Money to Churches if They Agree Not to Accept Any From Old Time Enemy Newcastle, striking clause was inserted by the Iate: Thomas Phillips, banker, philanthropist and the largest independent oil producer in the country, in his will, which was probated here today. The will car ries a number of. bequests to relig ions' organizations and. churches but Jtho bequests become effective, only under the proviso that the beneficiar- ies .do not solicit or accept money from John D. Itockefeller or any funds established by him. BAD FIRE IN Bl CITY New York, Aug. last night destroyed the plant ot the Federal Cooperage Co., ami the warehouse of the Hat Manufacturing Co., fa Yonkera, tho, loss being Tho plants were on the Hudson river front anil all traffic on the Hudson river division of tho New York Cen- tra! wh-3 blocked by hose on tho .racks for several hours. The fire- men were In Rroat. danger In fighting the ilnmes, ny the thousands of gallons of gasoline .stored in the plants of th FIRE NEXT THEATRE jIN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Ang tonight omplctely destroyed the Max-Freed furniture compnnj premises, Hast ings street West, causing damage es "mated at The three" storey structure was gutted from b.-.semen to roof. The National Theatre, a vaudeville house next door, had a narrow' es cape. The second performance was proceeding, when the blaze broke.out in the second storey of the furniture store. Tho audience and actors made ?ery orderly exit. Fireman Robert Souden was renderetl unconscious by smoke, but was bravely rescued" -by carrying him out'of the third storey. I III lllu fdilllls Ol [HG mng of the Dry-tanning 'Congress j National Oil Company and Vairo- l.cllibriilgc in October. line Oil Company, lactled Mcrby. HANGING TO BE INVESTIGATED Douglas, Ariz., Aug. Herlt- ling and Guido Shiibc-rt, the men hang- ed at. Mon-tevista, east of C'anauea, Sonora, about a week ago, whose bod- ies wore not found till Tuesday, 'were natives of Germany, and subjects of that country, though Hcrtllng had taken out his original papers for Am- erican citizenship. Hertllng was the watchman at tho Montevista mine, and Shnbert was his guest. Both men were well known in Douglas, and friends Hera have tent a man to Montevista to Investigate their deaths md to make a report to the .German Ambassador at Washington. BOYCOTT PORTUGUESE GOODS Itio Janlero, Aug a meeting ot Portuguese merchants, who are partisans pf the monarchy, it w.'is ,3 solved to boycott Portuguese goods until the monarchy is re-established. LOST WILL OF A TITANIC VICTIM WIFE WANTS CERTAIN PROVI SIONS CARRIED OUT BUT SONS OPPOSE Minneapolis, Minn Aug. 2 Dakota hab a lunarkable "Lost Will" case lurching a estate left by a victim or the Titanic disastci and affecting two Minneapolis, organ- zations, the Plymouth Congregation- al church and the Minnesota Division the International Sunshine Soci- tv nhich lias offices m Minneapolis The estate is tliat II R Chaffee, of .mcn'a, N" D, who lost his fife on he Titanic and who according to his ife, had drawn a will naming two Imneapolis organizations among tho egatees In Fargo today Mrs Chaffee ,iys she proposes to cany out the islics of her husband and begin a gal fight to prove the contents of le will, even though the document itself lus been lost II, is said that hrr tuo sons oppose the action and will demand (li.it the estate he di- vided according to the inheritance laus of North Dakota Chafiee plat- ed his on a lifeboat and refused to leave the Titanic. WORLD GETTING L CRAZIER, HE SAYS, IN A FEW .HUNDRED YEARS WHOLE EARTH WILL, BE OUtV OF ITS MlND J vision of nad uorld and an era of lunacy was s jrophcsied by Dr Forbes Winslow csterdav ulnle expressing his div ont from the statement made at the' Eugenics congress by Dr. Mott tha'tv-' nciea.se m lunacy is more apparent han real Dr Winslow said 'Theic wnl he more lunatici in lie odd than -sane people three undred years hence. This ased on the present rate of" row th of lunacy revealed by recent" cturns We are rapidly approaching mad world In every part of the orld civilization is advancing and insamtv is bound to advance.' heie were lunatics 1859 here aie now FOUND VALUABLE PAINTING London, Aug clearing ou( the garret of the residence of the new Major of Saint Amanda, in central France, (.hero was discovered jestei- day a portrait painted wood: ,It of Charles Dnmbpia .Due de, Chau- raonte, Qovernor of Milan, In the 'reign of Louis XII. Kiperts state that the picture Is by either Leonardo Davlnci or Andrea Solario, called Andrea Del Cloggo, Vln- cis-' pupil, one of whose pictures ot De Chaumoute hangs In tho Louvre. USE OIL FOR MOTIVE -POWER' Edmonton, July plani ap- proved for the first section at their Hue, tho Albeita Interurban holding a federal charter tor Alberta, is seeking to build interurban in various parts of the province, which will operate in conjunction with the big railway companies. The main problem before the com- pany has teen a question of mothe (lower This has now been settled in favor of a heavj oil engine, convey- >ng Its by There will bo no overhead equipment to provide for, and tho power will be produced at a cost of about one-third to one- fourth of that of electric installation. F, Eugene .Shepard, harbormaster of Port Stanley, ij dead in his 69th year. SHOE POLISH x Shines easiest, retains its gloss longest M and conies in tlie IUG box. Ask your IB fi grocer or slioemuu. H II Good for Uthtr-Stindi the We.tWr I ;