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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Fiiday, August 8,1913. The Call For Summer Ready-to-Wear Stocks must be fall goods now reduction and a cleared out quickly to make arriving. One-third off is a loss to us, but no matter room for big price All summer goods must go at any price o Women^s Wash House Dresses Women's Street Wash Dresses Women's Fine White Muslin Dresses Women's Norfolk Wash Suits Women's Wash Skirts Women's Light Weight Kimonas Girl's Colored Gingham Dresses Girls' White Muslin Dresse^ Children's Coats, Bonnets and Hats Boys' Wash Suits and Blouses ONLY ONE E DEGREE GO f J. E. BUCHANAN OF CALGARY PASSED-MR.. ELTON ONLY MISSED ON ONE SUBJECT in ALSO-Greaf Clearing Reductions on all Cotton Voiles, Piques, Foulards, Organdies, Repps, Poplins and Drills, fCome in Saturday and Make Your Selections . The son Dominion Building J 4th Avenue South CEK GETS M POLICE RESERVE PROPERjy Iv ��^TW0 pay nny i'?,Free for Park Purposes Only If Uncher Creek, Aug. 6.-John Hei"-lott,' who has been in the Federal capital, tor the past two or three weeks, ^feturaed home a few days ago and an' itninouncement thait spells sood cheer"'to the .town of Plncher ireelJ.: As. Is- so well known, for' ears paat Pinoher Creek has heen Irylng to induce the powers that be at ;tawatto;g5,ve the njuBlcipality -the itle vto a Wook of some eighty^lve e'te of ^[ovenunent laiid lying wlthla e-� town limits and" fcnown a's the olicc TOserVe. . , , ' Tixe towp came within an ace of get-wh'at.they waited on o^e or two iccasions,' lyut aonaething seems to �JlTe Iriterfered at the last - moment, lad the' governmeni Uaye, never made ;|ie tranafer. i '' A. little over a year ago a letter was jipeelved: In town telling the people |iat,tlie:g0T6m.ment would give them {ome 1 tw�nty-two acres of this, land, |:ovided It .was ufie'd t*r tark purpos-8 only, . Tlfat did -not suffice, how-iw, and aver sincje.'w^e �iro Informed Teaiure has bsen lirought to bear on a* .Tea?ral authorities to iaduee them !> hSind oyi?ir the' whole eighty-five cres.;, Ab-'-these-tblnga have to be i|orkejl-Isirgely through the realm of illtlcs, under the Canadian, system of iig.:thtnga/it-wns,t^citjy updpratood .-tlie'^caBe was to he left to Mr. �roil"; ajttd'fhis associates to manag^ whajteyer-way they deemed best. ;'-Ho;fron's announcement is the t.'r Th.e!;town- gets the twenty-two absolutely free of charge, dollars an acre for the remaining sixty-three acres. As agricultural land, it is not worth any more than the price named, but if the Western Dominion Railway people ever construct their line through this town, of which tbere can he little dqubt_ then this piece of property, will be "worth about one thousand dollars per acre. Civic officials and business men are elated to considerable e.xtert, as this property will prove a valuable asset to the town in the very near future. Interviewed hy a Herald reporter, Mr. Herron stated that the order-ia-council authorizing the transfer on the above terms has afready been passed, and ttfrm'al'advice regarding the matter will reach the town authorities in due course. SEIILEU TROUBLE . Wll FARMERS RESULT OF ARBITRATION CASE AT PINCHER CREEK-RAiL-WAY CAME TO TERMS The following is a list of the successful candidates in tlic ii'ccnt cx-aiiiitiulions for the riogree of LL B., in connection with the laivorsity ol .\ll)erta. Success in all eiplit subjects, i addition to lulfilling all tbr re(iuire-1 meats in the evaininations of the iLaw Society, entitles the caiidiJate {to be reconimcndert to the Senate of } the Lniversitv for the decree of LL, H. � . Supplementals will he conducted at j the time of the regular law examinations in September. iMr. Judd Buchanan, oi Calgary, the only successful candidate, i.s a son of Rev. T. C. Buchanan, superintendent of Methodist missions in .\lbevta. The inan taking the second iposition was D. U. Elton, of this > jcity. 3Ir. Elton was next to Mr. Bu-ichanan, hut failed on one subject, Uvhicli he will take at the snpplemen-! tals in September, when he un-jdoubledly will pass. Mr. Elton is a ' busy man and as the work is entire-jtirely extra-mural, and there being jno lectures, the standing attained I was certainly good. This was the i first examination of the kind in A1-, berta, and of course doesn't affect I the law society exams, being; merely a laudable effort on the part of t>ud-ding barristers .to add the degree of LL.B. to their attainments. The results were : Canadian Constitutional History Class I.-N.' R. Lindsay, G. H. Van Allen. Class II.-Miss L. R. Clements, G. E. Eraser, Z. W. Jacobs^ J. E. Buchanan. � Class iii.-d. h. Elton, h. B. Robinson. . * . English Constitutional Hi.story Class ii.-R. Lindsay, J. E.' Buchanan. Class hi;-E. L. Harvey and Miss, L. R. Clements, ixjual, G. H. Van Allen. British and' Colonial Constitutional 'Law Class i.-J'. E. Biichanan. Class n.-J'.'W- Crawford. Class iii.-D. H. Elton and G, E. ; Eraser, equal. � .American Conistitutional Law Class ii.-G. T^-. Pl-asef: �^Cla^s ni.^-Jf-'Wf'-Ci&wfotd, J. E. BnofiarianV^W. C:�Pollard, D. TI. El-'�ton,'iH?. E. Forsien ^  . - '"' �' � 'f Company Law  ' f�dClass Ill.-ll.. F'i'Barnes, t. II. El-iJoc,'-"J.: E.; BiKhaffitfli.  � ' If ^ Intermatiohal Law P.-Class i.-1?. H. .Elton. - Class ii.-Z. W--Jacobs.and J. B^fcl^anjieflual. = > / jClass Hl.--Wv';.?. pollard-, J. Crawford, R. F.Barnes.a History of English Law-Class ii.-J. B. Buchanan. Class iii.-W.C., Pollard, D. Elton, Z. W.. Jacobs and J. Crawford and ,R. F. Barnes equaL History of Roman Law Class 11.-Z. VV. Jacobs, J. W. Crawford and- J. E. Buchanan e^iiaU Class iii.-D. H. Elton. CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block SA TURDA Y-''Last CairPati The last and final effort of the season for^ the absolute clearance of all summer stocks throughout every department of the sfCbre brings j'ou news of iha biggest saving propositions of the entire year which you cannot liope to duplicate ior another six months if, indeed, ever again. Original Cost and Actual Values have nothing to do with prices here announced for tomorrow. We've arranged a score and more of various lots for quick and decisive clearance and the question is, "How much will th�y bring In quick action?". You may depend that prices are low enough for their sntlr* clearance in one day's sale. "Last Cair Day On all Stimmer Underwear RIBBED UNION SUITS- ^flf* Worth up to 60c. WWI* Fine quality, wide or tight knee, short 'sleeves or sleeveless. All perfect goods and priced at a remarkable saving for tomorrow. Saturday is "Last Call'' Day in all lines of wash goods And offers remarkable savings to those who are fortunate to get a share "Last Cair Day On all Summer Hosiery FINEST LISLE GOODS- , OCfli Worth up to 50c. CW'U AH lines included are ciur standard grades, and thorojLighly dependable in every way;'black or colors. Wonderfully cheap. m lE. W. H. W. LOT NO. 1 1OC Worth up to 20c. Oxfords, Prints, Ginghams, Indian Heads, Flannelettes, Towellings, etc. included in this lot at about halt actual vi^lue. LOT NO. 2 17MC Worth up to 35c. , Wash Voiles, Muslins, Vest-ings. Cotton Foulards and various 'other lines on sale tomorrow in this lot at wonderfully reduced prices. LOT NO. 3 35c Worth up to 60c. Finest Ratines, Voiles, Silk Mulls, Repps, Bedforda, etc., in some of the prettiest and most wanted goods of the entire season. "Last Cair Day On all Finest Whitewear GOWNS, SKIRTS AND SLIPS- QRm Worth up to $1.75. Fine Cambric goods, lace or embroidery trimmed-Gowns and Skirts in all sizes, Princess Slips in Misses' sizes only. All on sale ridiculously cheap for this Lest Call. > Tremend9tis Savings in this "'last Cair* of Ready-to-Wear The entire summer stocks'which we have not space to mention here, all included at similar reduc tlons for this quick and decisive clearance In this Saturday sale. v NEWEST STYLE COATS- Worth up to $20.00. T\veeds, 'W'prsteds, Whi^coyds and Serges in blaQk, navy and many light'colors. "Last Cair Day On all the New Millinery ANY TRIIVIMED HAT- ff'O Mg' Worth up to $10.00. ^CatO A score or more very pretty and becoming styles Included In this last and final olean up- your choice of our entire stock without any; *e- aerve. WASH SUITS, COATS & DRESSES tt^A -JC Worth up to $10.00. ^��1 W A very atU'actlve collection of hest styles, every one new this season. $3.15 LINEN *. CREAM SERGE SKIRTS Worth up to $6.50. This includ,e^.; pur entire stock within the range of prices quoted. ' $9.75 $14.50 MOST ATTRACTIVE SUITS- Worth up to $30.0a Every style new this season-light and medium colored Tweeds and Worsteds. ill DIT HII RALLY ftT ALL WH-EAT CUTTING IS PROGRESSING THERE-SCHOOL HAS BEEN RENOVATED Pincher Creek, .\ug. 5.-One of the most important events that" has taken place in Pinclier Creek for many moons was tlie arbitration case between the Kootenay & Alberta railway and Messrs. Main, Buchanan and Hansen, which came off a few days ago. I This case has a history. The K. & I A. was first purveyed by a firm of ; Pincher Creek engineers, but their survey was abandoned .later, because another engineer had locatfed a shorter route This short route made no more deviations .than could be helped, i so the farraers'-ahoye mentioned icund the railway running 'diigonally across their, land, because that was the shortest way, This worked out a hardship for t)icm, as they used steam or ga.soline plows,', and the  "pockets'-' left by the railway were | so small that these big outlits could ; not be employed to advantage. Fur-j thermorc, it was claimed by some of ; the farmers concerned thai; a lake on ; Pincher Creek, Aug. 9.-The local j^he farm of Mr. Main had been drain-j Presbyterian church has extended a;"' ^^'^ railway people, down onto , , . ; the ^rowmg crops of Messrs. Uuchan-; unanimous call to Rev. UilUs Wright ! a, a,c Hansen. And the ditch dug; of Elkhorn, Man. Messrs. Henderson; in the draining process not only car-| and Ros.s. went to Macleod to place I ried away .Mr. Main's lake, but it al- i the call before the bar of the Pre.s- . so provided an easy outlet for the i byfery, taking with them a petition I v>-atsr m the s-pritiK, With the result! signed.by 85 members and 112 adher-� that tlie former farmers had consid-! ehts of the cliurch. They were told erably more moisture than they need- | this was the most largely signed call fed every spring. ( that had ever been given a western! As intimated a few days ago in j preacher outside the largest cities, j these columns, .Judge Carpenter was I Misses Kmma and Nellie Reynolds, ; named as arbitrator in the matter.; of Pincher Station, who have been.Bi't when the time came for taking LEGISLATURE IN SEPTEMBER Edmonton, Aug. 7.-The Alberta- legislature will open during the latter half of September. The exact date has not yet been fi.xed. SUPPOSED PRISONER IS ON THE TRAPWSTS CLOSE DOORS TO GENERAL VISITORS Only Relatives of Monks or Those Going to Retreat to be Admitted MARCH NEW PASTOR FOR Willemstadt, Aug. 6.-It was reported here today that General Leon Jurado, governor ot the Venezuelan state of Falcon, who was believed to have been taken prisoner by Castro's adherents when they captured the town of Corom, is marching on the State of Lara to attack the rebels. A mysterious steamer was cruising all day yesterday outside the harbor here. visiting with Miss Galvin at bridge, have returned home. Leth- No better line of Wine and Spirits ' 'We quote the very lowest and will respond promptly to ell telephone; orders. Ii�t UB^ deliver you ar order at yoiir home. The. Lethjbridge Wine, and Spirit House '1>HONCm4 BEGIN BLOCK, 5th St. a the evidence, the railway people and the aggrieved farmers got together and settled. Mr. Main was awarded $2,300, Mr. Han.sen $4,100, and Mr. Buchanan $4,200. We understand there is still another case of a similar character pending against tlie railway company. WHO AND WHAT IS IT? The last issue of Dun's commercial report contains the announcement ot the incorporation of L*thbrldge Whole salevB, Ltd. Local enquiries fail to elicit any informatio nas to the promoters ot the new concern, or what Is the object of the company. About that Boy of Yours he is Arc you .sure ready for the 300 dnvs of .schciol? coming AMiy not give him at the Y.M.G^A. J3(iy^sv Camp in the Mountains J ' , ? Aug. 13 to 23 $12.00 covers the entire cost of trip. Only a limited number. can be accommodated, Raley, Alta., .\ug. ,6.-Raley school has undergone a thorough cleaning. Mr. Church undertook the work and carried it through successfully. The floors have been treated to a coat of hard oil, and all the furniture has been brushed . up. The school now compares favorably with any rural school in the province. Miss Robbie, who has been teacher for nearly three years, is returning to teach another term. She is at present attending the summer school at Edmonton. Rev. Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of missions for the Presbyterian church in this locality, is to preach next Sunday at 3.30 and administer the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Mr. Tait, missionary in charge, has issued invitations to everyone in the district to attend. Dr. Ferguson will be the guests of Mr. and Mis. E., F. Church. The hail gave Raley a bad scare on Monday night. For a time it looked as though the district was in for it, but with the exception of a few drops which did little damage, the storm passed over. A good deal of rain fell and was needed. Cutting fall wheat has been resumed after the rain! Nearly everybody was busy when the rain interfered. It will lie a fair crop at Raley, The Eel worm has done some damage, but npt much. From some other cause the wheat in the west portion of the district will be a light yield. 'i'lie work cars which have stood on the siding here for some time left j last Monday night for Spring Cou- j lee, where there is some work to be ' done. The cattle corral on which the i gang was working here is completed.! Mr. Deacks, of Cranbrook, an old | resident of Cardston district, has \ returned on a hiisiness visit, and is | spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. j Frank and Mr. Horace Darby. lie will return to tlte Pass next week. El wood and Florence Church went to Spring Coulee on the work train i on Pdonday, whore they will be -guests of Mrs. Putman while the gang' is at .work at the Coulee. La Trappe, Oka., Que., July 30.-For the first time in 30 years the famous Trapplat monastery at Oka has refused hospitality to visitors. For niorei than half a century thouBande of-tQUi--IfitB have, annually visited the pictiir-esque institution, to be conducted through the old monastery and gardens by the monks and afterwards to dine in the cloister halls, but under a new rule which went day the only vlBltorB of the future will be relatives of monks and fbose wishing to go on retreat, A high stone wall, will he ereoted about the grounds. No reason Is gfven for the new rule, but it is iaupposed that the frequency of visitors was giving too worldly ai touch to an institution where the rula of absolute silence is enforced. Ameiricap salmon In the fresh wa-terp of 'Tftsraania are prospering won-derfuUy. Some of them Increased In weight from two ouACes to four Iba. into effect to-'ln 21 months. Announcement On SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1913. we will re-enter the Dairy Business and will,be prepared to supply fresh milk and cream. Our stables are perfectly sanitary and spotlesslydean. Wfe invite the people of Leth-bridge to come and visit our farm and see for themselves. E. Pelletier Prop. The Dry Fm'ming cougross met at I Garden City, Kan,., in sv pouring I'aln. The farmers are!said to have been, much amused atJ the Ironical sllup tldn, , ;