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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday; Amynsl 2, 1912 THE LETITI1RIDGE DAILY HERALD Ordinary Program As Usual Price (Tho Scoop'of ihc Season) (Special local Sensation.) See the World's Greatest Speed Kings Barney'Oldfield LewHelnemann WMBillFrisch film was (alien and developed on the spol bv "Slar- land of Winnipeg and will oo shown exclusively in the Slni-ie-iiil houses throughout Cu-mdu. ORDINARY PROGRAM JUST AS USUAL. Baby Rose) By Miss Olive Richards and W.'Littl'e.' THE GREAT ALBINI WILL GIVE HIS REMARKABLE EXPOSI- TION Op SPIRITUALISM, FORTUNE TELLING, MINDi READING ETC., in addition to pro-gramma given by himself and All-Star com- "Scats on sale at Rochons: Prices..............25c, 50c; 75c, EVERY ONE SHOULD SEE HIM MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by TIDELIO) Atfthc Majestic Tonight thc'Groai Alblni, who, with his, arc entertain- ing nightly, will, In uddltloirto the us- ual programme, give Ills .remarkable exposition of the methods of nplrltunllBin, mind-rending, medium ship, etc. Tills expo- sition luis been claimed by press and public to bo th-a .most wonderful rev- elation over wltnossod, proving to ev- ery Intelligent mind Hie utter absurd- ly of these so-called sciences. iiilism luis today thousands of adher- ents, but Albitii exposes anil demon- strates the system so clearly that if hero are any believers In this city, his old superstition will assuredly bo ilottad but. The programme being exceptional length will connncnce t 8.IH) p.m. prompt. Patrons wil kindly note, and get their scats earl} oday. EXPRESSED NEED OF ANOTHER OFFICE Circus Tomorrow The Sells-Kioto consolidated circus 'hich cornea here tomorrow, is a com- inatlon of two of the most popular liows that have heretofore toured 10 country. For many years now, nd almost at the same time each an this attraction has Visited this ity, and it ran be truly stated that t no time have they given a perform- ice which has not been fully up to ie .high standard set by the 'biggest aveling tent shows, and ihoroughly atisfying In every way. This season the management prom-! es to bring back a circus which is eatly enlarged and possessing manj ew1 features heretofore, unlinown to e sawdust ring or the hippodrome "There arc always two sides to a but hear this sermon on Three .Sides to-a Big- Question.'" ATMOKJtLSTHEATJKE. W REV; A. C. WATSON, of First Baptist Church, will preach -ORCHESTRA AT SHARP WILL-TRY TO CROSS BY AUTOMOBILE Westminster Man. Plans to Pathfi.-.d Canadian Highway From Halifax to Vancouver New Westminster, B. G.. Jiilv !An attempt to traverse Canada from TH1 to is to be made this fall .by Herbert Gilley. of New "Wffbfralnster is nnkm., thib tup 3'n the interest of the Canadian. High- flying the pennant of .that organization on his Canadian- built raachliiG. i It Is Mr. Gill-ay's intention to make hill hturtins point although lia is a- resident of the Pacilic coast, >ie is nou on his to his old hunt, in tlharlotte county, .New Brunswick here he i iil complete his j> fpiri tions. Insofar as possible, it is his jntanticn 10-follow the outlined route of the Canadiairiiighway for the en- lire Vo imn ]je hip is better ac qi anted vitlf the rouS in the difTci cnt pnit- 01 Cinidi (han lo in ndditiqn to (he j spent in lumbering.- enterprises in ButHi Coi imbia bis i wide know ledge of roid oud lion, in t'p eabt n piii mces ht spent he best put of his life He iho most difficult trip for an imtomo bile in all British Columbia is ove the Hope Mountains, a journey whjc lias Hover been attempted. A road i being built th present time, and it is possible tha a temporary way may be marie fo an automobile, but It is a foregon conclusion that by the. time any ma chine has travelled over .the Hope Mountains it will be'fit only for the scrap heap cr for exhibition purposes Should this cross-Canada tour be iccessftilly negotiated..'It'will reflect considerable credit on the nathfind- ers, for neither "Mr. Gilley nor his brother, G. Emerson Gilley, are prac- tical motor mechanicians, and Ihe only knowledge they have of. the tenor economy of an automobile that gained through the use of ma- chines for the past few years data is to he collected during this tnp and iatei embodied in the iiLhnes of Canadian High- w ij Association in to he the custodian of'th-a log crosB-Can- nda tour. j belle; i that McGaitnej once a prom- inent contractor is dead. lion Kobtrfc Rogcis uill bhorth foi 1 lo imm g ition coniitions ack. These will'embrace a horse at goes up in a balloon, a man shot from the month of a loaded cannon forty clowns, the Troupe de Louvre, in poses m marble, the Rhoda Royal company of educated horses, Miss Kmuia Sticknejv greatest of all eques- t-rienes, tho Calarama Sisters, an -ele- phant which runs a race with a pony, thoroughly schooled jumpers in high jumping feats, the Smith Troupe, in very novel revolving famous educated elephants 'which have no superiors, and added to alj cf these will be the conventional fea-1 tures of the circus which have pleasr ed and delighted thousands from th-a beginning ot time.'- The historic street without: which, even a circus of this magni-f, Uivie would be incomplete, .has to commence at 10.30 to- j norrow morning. This will giv j patrons, an opportunity p udging: the consequence ot-the Hpto ,circiis. It might also be adde hat fcVen the, street -wl! iresent many novel features. The circus will arrive here on thre pecial trains and will probably begin to unload about daylight, and Ion? before most of the children are ou of' bed. The regular ticket wagons will h opened on the grounds as early a 0 o'clock, so that those wjio wish to secure tickets without getting in .the crush may do so. The management of the circus fur- ther announces that Ih-air policy of popular prices will remain the'same as inaugurated three years ago. cents admits to the menagerie, and the big show in its entirety. COLEMAN BOARD OF TRADE IN- FORMED OF EXISTING CON- DITIONS RE LAND TITLES OFFICE Colcjiian, Aug. joint mccling or tlit! Coloman and Ulainuun; Boards of Trade was held in the 1'oleman chamber last evening. The inciting, which was a ss'cuial one arul hurriedly called, was addressed by A. II. MeKcown, a jncir.'bcr of the exec- utive of the Ltilhbciclgc Hoard of Trade. Mr. iMcKeown, in a brief but com- prehensive address, staled the object !of the gathering, which was-to ask tlio assistance of thy various hoards of trade throughout .Southern Alber- j la 'to take such measures as was -deemed advisable in urging upon the! 'government the necessity of estau-: lishing a land title registration ot- at sonic point in .Southern Alber- ta. The nearest land iille office at 'the present time is located at Cal-1 gany and the busines.1; is so congesi- j cd that much delay, annoy-ance aucl monetary loss is occasioned in consc- j quence. There are three judicial dis-1 tricts in the south, namely jritigc, Macleod and Medicine where the-location.of land title offic-j es would greatly facilitate the trans- j action of business. While the Lcth- bridge Board of Trade bad been ag- gressive along the line of. securing such -an office for tho southern end of CHURCH TO SCREEN ANKLES OF GIRL SINGERS IN Free Circus Street Parade a.m. open dens of wild j people of all climes in native costumes will foe shown in parade. Two shows at 2, night at 8, doors open at 1 vand 7 p.m. Waterproof tents. Admission 25 cents to see it all onvinccs Ladies' Aid That Hobble Skirts and Silk Hose Make Action Necessary DCS Moines, women sin- gers, those with tight hobble skirts, Irop stitch, silk hose, and low shoes j. and who sit in the choir loft of "orest avenue Baptist church, are tc >e screened from the vulgar stare he mal-e portion of the congregation. "Because of the shortness and tight- iess of the hobble skirts worn 'by the oung women today and the display f hosiery which, is evident in. the choir loft, I move that a twenty-inch curtain be hung from a brass red around the choir said Mrs: Geo: F. Resulting, president, at the latest meeting of the church Ladies' Aid society. The motion was-carried unanimous- }y- A (iiejicon, venerated for his years and his piety, was directly responsible for Hie action fallen by the church women. Realizing that those scaled nt favorable angles in the church au- ditorium 'were given a spectacle more like that of a pony chcrus in a comic opera than a prim young women'; church choir, the deacon took a com- mittee of women lo various vantage spots mid significantly pointed cut the space between the base rail of tile choir loft, and the seats of the the province, and had-spent considcr- tiir.-e and money towards secur- ing such, stil! 'the speaker did not de- sire 'to bind the local boards to se- lect Lcthbridgc as the objective point. What was needed at the present time j was concerted and united action by the boards of the district to bring hear upon HID government to etfeet j whatever pressure was possible lo the end ,desired.. discussion the matter of a petition to the government i was left over until the regular meet- i :ng of the Colcman Hoard of Trade in ilpnday, evening next. The following members of the Blair- nore Board were present and look part in informal discus- ion which followed Mr. Mdtcown's address Sinclair, president A. Becbe, 'T. P. secrctar.M'rcasurcr'; and Messrs. L. butlill'Jnnd'W. J. Bart- CLARKE Phone 453 The LADIES' STORE CO. Acadia Blk. BIG SA SATURDAY In the Highest Grades of New Merchandise Most Want- ed for Your Immediate Needs. A Great Sale of Summer Dresses That Should Arouse Unbounded Interest-Values Are Worth Up to Including dainty muils, ginghams and wash goods in some of tho best fctylca of the season, sWlable for h'ouse.or street wear, and in almost every imaginable color. 'Just' brie or tuo of a kind; every dr ess a nondertlit value at the money Great Values in this Hosiery Sale 25c Qualities 'that would, readily bring 50c per pair are included but we bought them at a big sav- ing and give you the benefit of the fortunate purchase, all col- ors, .sizes S 1-3 to 10 in. Unusual Reductions' in Lingerie and Tail- ored Waists 95c Regular 51.50 and valuer in splendidly made, perfect fit- ting goodj, some Jarge sail- or collars. The 'range of "'sizes' is complete .and the -values th'e' have ever shoivii In'like" garments A Ridiculously Low Clearance Price V in All the New Millinery YOUR CHOICE OF ANY HAT WORTH UP TO And this includes our entiic collection eomnilsing something like a very becoming and practical models; one this season, but no matter how de sirable they may be, them all together to hum them out v HILICRESI GETS MASONIC LODGE AS RESULT OF' REMOVAL IN MIN- 6RS' UNION OFFICERS Bond. I.'j states that the. water is much tou liigh for real good fishing, the; catches nude by Ee'.'cral parties thcijc at, Hie time 'of his visit'being away below the average. Several Hillcrest 'people have en- tered with zest into the new suui- OFimer fiioy days. sport called are making big hauls, one party two courts in it was .expected, that tlic club he a little behind This, howciei, nol the cast1, and the club shouM, bv the lime.all tlie. necessary disbursements e been njadc and all the mumbcLship [DPS collected, be a small- amount to Uic good. The Rev. McCall was n catching seven within four Hillcrest' last Wcdncbdat on business By the cud of the summer McCall is al ihc pLebcnl time the Uberta College 1 is in this neighhor- p through the Crows masterpiece- this article has Nest Pass enrolling students for the college. Mr. McCall known in Frank and Hillcrcst, haung been for sonic years the minister afc the Methodist church .it Frank that some lueritv or people tiom the t'rous ENGLISH KNIGHT IN BAD LOOKING CASE _ n, r, i "Ji Ullt au 111; j JM.L. nil it L mllcrest, July 81-When the Royal Uvo I mmccM t Commission's report regarding- the uj; at Kdnlolltnn and ond.tmn of Turtle Mountain wa.s is- Lclllljrjl, Ktfal.I, lioort on his nod, it was decided that it would lie necessary to move the local Masonic and a companr Lodge away from Ihc town of Prank. {atmcA am, The Masons of Bellevvic i nil Jlillcrcst all petitioned" to have i ho Lodge to their respective: "iceling of -tlie l.'illcrest. Tennis owns. Upon investigation It ivas CI'lb 1V11S callul1 V" evening, ound that Hillcrest had a lirst Business before the meeting j limber of members of the Order than clrction of a .secretary, tlicr of the other towns, consc- J- Smith "lijiving lately resigned from icntly the hcst claim to the Lodge. position.' The financial standing new home 'of the Masons of lhc club >vas inln and of Blairmore, Frank, Bellovne and ,was to: the satisfaction tho smaller towns in the vicinity is present that Hie club was in CI-_ good shape' so far as fumis were concerned. Owing to the large HX- pcnse to, which the club has been put nv (his season in building a new II0 moral wclfaic choir. The women were convinced of the necessity Q[ immediate action. iwy at Hillcrest. A carload of fccts' arrived on Saturday .last was taken care of the. local Masons, the hall used the -Orange Lodge being used as a iemporarl meeting place. The first meeting after the move was held Monday last anil the .Masons from the different towns turned force in order to have a "house- warming" worth while. Several changes have.- hrcn made among the officials of Local 105S District 18, of the United Mine Work- ers of America on account of the clcc- of .John O. Jones to the vico-pri'.s'i- ilcncy of the district. Mr. .Tones Hied the oilices of secretary and check- wciglunan prior .to his promotion, and a general shake-up resulted when he left: A.lam Mciklcjolm was clect-.'d fixing the old one and fencing ihc Three valuable colts, ownod by Miss K; L. Wilkes, were killed on. the G. T. R. nea-r Gait. They were valued at .T. A. .McDonald has resigned from the Kingston school board, Gordon'D. Kmpoy died ai Cornwall aged 100 years and 9 months. Pans, Ans judicial auth> orities are mv estlgating a charge1 brought by a Parisian untiquaiy agr ainat SH Derrick Wernher, son the late Julius Wcrnher, of London, and Baton Von Brundherr, for obtaining1' goods valued at pretences Wernher, in leplj to the examlnlnvV magistrate, declared that Von.Bruud' herr had induced him to sign bills fort in payment for theT which Von Briindherr declared 'ha wruld able to sell at a profit 08 long before the bills due It is allied, that the, Baion of them for which he retained.1 Wcrnher able to meet the bills they fell due A. u.iriant has been issued fcit on Biunf'hpir, who it Js said, been anested in London The two-year-old daughter of .R.Mr Bnco of Tiibtirj diank some water in a Jl> paper pad had boon steep- ed, and died. I Eduatd aged 48, hanged himself in a hen coop at London, Ont. president of the local, George liam- Ijrough elected .secretary and .John Taylor elected checkweighman, while Art t'rovvlher was elected lo be see- FAREWELLED A BANK CLERK rclary-trcasiircr of Ihc Sick and liene-, Aug. 1-Thc members of i nt KonMy which is run by (he inin- hc stall' of the Colcman branch ol'crs of Hillcrest. This-Sick and Bciu- hc Canadian Bank of Commerce wcro j H is managed by lhc men intcrtained at dinner by Mayor and themselves, deductions being made Irs. W. L. Ouin-Mllc last evening. I monthly (urn; each member's 'pay, the lie nriair took ibe form of a face- sick pay being one dollar per day af- ter (hi1 lirst seven days. j .loliii llroun, the i-eneral manager nf Ilii' railleries, has n1- liuni'd fnim u irip 'In the Niirlli veil (o Clarke, junior (elrrk, has been transferred to (ilt-ieli- [i, sirni n welcome .1. (I. Melntyre, f Ik-lfasl, hciaiid, who has juineil stall ln-re. After the munp- jtuoiis repast had been disponnl of .1 social hour devoted to toast.s, song I mid .story folluwert. Air. Hmwn was away several days an.f some of Ihc.finrKt weather we have hud this summer, but Uie fish were nut biting very One Hundred Bayonets Guaranteed to nave been in actual service in the Franco-Prussian War are now on sale at They cost the _ Government You must be uick if eac you want one WRIGHT, The Leading Jeweller ;