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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I m Friday. August THE LETIIBRDGE DAILY HERALD Any Two-Piece Suit in the House TURINSKEMS TO FAVOR PLAN Much Interested in the new Municipalities Act ANOTHER CHANCE To purchase one of .Buclum's high class'Suiis .which.'.retail in thd regular way up. to 128.00, for (ho low price of The above is a plain proposition certainly, and all you have to do is to come .in and pick out your Suit. It is the GREATEST SUIT OPPORTUNITY you ever knew! THE STORY IS THIS We've too many Suits on hand and we don't want to carry them over, so we have taken all the Suits that retail from to placed them by themselves and say TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR TEN DOLLARS! These will go quickly K> choose quickly. McKelvie McGuire Commission Spoken of to Regulate Lacrosse Toronto, Aug. presence of Con Jones in the city has been made tlie toccasloii ot niauy rumors regard ing tine formation of a lacrosse cpm- missfon to manage the affairs af the naticrnal .game. One local paper even vent) so far as to publish the details of the arrangement, Thja visit of Jones to this city was ta.kesi up entirely by his work In con- nectfcn with the trouble in the Brit- ish (Columbia Deague. If has heen eta-l-lid authoritatively that nothing practicable has beon done ..towards the (formation of a commission, and no steps will he taken in the matter untH after the close of the season. men in control of lacrosse here deny all the rumors now in clrcula- tioni Wjhen interviewed tonight, a prom-i Jnenjl officer-in one of the Big Foil: clubja said that no definite action ha j-anses and three roiind-trip tickets o Australia, and provided that ?10, 100 were deposited with me." American Sets New Record for Toronto Golf Course Toronto, Aug. In the first round of the .Canadian open golf champion- hip, played this morning In a driz- zling rain at Rosedale, Geo. Sargearit of Chevy Chase, the national gol-f champion of the United States, put up a new record for the coin's-a by putting in a card of 72 for the rounij. One stroke behind him came GeoV Curomliigs, of Toronto, while Charles Turin district is interested in the orniation of a rural municipality. That was made clear last when the fanners crowded tlie KChoolhovtsu to hear the new municipalities act explained by the Minister of Munici- j palities, Hon. Chas .Stewart, 'who came south for tho purpose of at- j tending this meotiug. lion. A, j; I McLean, W. A. Buchanan, M.P., anil i J3. Ainsworth aecompanieif the min- ister. .Turin .is .the centre of a municipal- ity, -which includes such prosperous cummuni ties as SunJial, Iron [Springs, Bowville, Albion Ridge and Those at the meeting last I night seemed to strongly favor orgau- ization and a committee of five was named with It. C. Mo.s.s, of Iron Springs, chairman, to proceed with i the proper formula to have a vote taken, according to the act and if j the people of the municipality express themselves favorably then organiza- tion will he proceeded with. 13. B. Spencer was chairman of the meeting and introduced the speakers, the first of whom was Mr. Buchanan, who pointed out that organization was not compulsory but voluntary. Ho expressed the opinion that self- government would he beneficial to the people. It would give them control of their own affairs and leave the legis- lature to deal with larger problems. As it was now, members ot the leg- islature had to deal with all minor jroad and bridge matters which should I! properly be. controlled and conducted M by a municipality. One .objection of- I'fered to organization was that the taxes would he highor. That, he said, rested with the people. If they wanted to he progressive the tax rate would he higher hut the increased im- provements necessitating the higher rate, would certainly enhance thetval- ue of their property. Mr. Stewart followed with a very clear exposition new palitics ac't. One' objection that "was offered to organization lie said was that the government.would..withdraw assistance to. roads and bridges and the entire responsibility for these conveniences would rest upon the peo- ple themselves. This was' not true for tliy government was increasing its expenditure on roads and bridges, spending this year a. million dollars. If they organized'a''rural municipal- ity the government, officials would al- In order to reduce my stock and make room for tho fall goods which are.arriving daily, I decided to make this price good lorluioUier day and thus give tlio.se men a Hmnce whose pay day is on Saturday. So don't miss this last opportunity tomorrow, Saturday, August 10th Come in and examine these suits and Tie convinced that they are great .values at the regular prices. Yon can save from to -S6.00 ori the wholesale cost. Big Reductions on all other lines of MEN'S WEAR Sola Agent for Slater Shoes Sole Agent for Slater Shoes 406 Fifth Street. THE MEN'S MAN. CRYSTAL was held in Mr: 'Connor's barn at Sundial last week and they reported a fine time. Mr. and Mrs Ilambly and family, visited with Mrs. .A. T.. Gould last Sunday. Miss V. Gibson of Iron Springs, is visiting Kith Mrs. Geo: Ovard. Tlie following is a list ol the Trys-tal LakeitLs who visited Hie Sells-Floto circus m I.ethbiidge last Sal-unlay Miss Gillette, C Lucky, Mr. OvaruVMjss, Schimek, Lena Ingiam, L. Molyinnon, Miss Balis, Dick Laura Crombie, Homer Gould Fred Ctawford, Hans Schimck an mauj others Everyone reported 4 great time. Crystal Lake, Aug. 7. Sunday school and church were held in the schoolhouse last Sunday and a good terowd attended, Sunday school is progressing nicely. To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 'Ovard, last Sunday, a son. Mother and child are doing fine. Hen Hansen, of Sundial, visited in this district .last week. Miss Schimck, Lena Ingram and Schiir.'ek attended the IN FINES FOR ILLICIT SALE OF LIQUOR Edmonton, Aug. 7. During the present season over in fines has been taken ID to the provincial 11 censo department, in connection' with prosecutions for the illicit sale o! li-tiuoi west of Hdmonlon on the main line of the 0. T. P. Murray, of the Royal Montreal, and H. Murray, of Outremont, tied 'with 75 each. Geo. S. Lyon, Ills only amateur en- ered, was away down the list. Afternoon Play When the afternoon scores were timed in, George Sargeant, of Wasli- ngton, still led with the low-ast score or the thirty-six holos. In spite of wretched weather, Sargeant's core was 148, three hotter than that f Chas. Murray, of Montreal, Th-o Washington anaTi was not able to dup- cate his splendid morning's perfor- ance. In the afternoon h _ aired -with. George Lyon, the latter as off color, his two efforts total- ng 1GG. Carl Keenfer, of Ottawa, the pres- it holder, was ninth, with 158. On day's showing, Sargeant seems al- ost certain of the ways be at their service, too. Deal- ing with a local improvement dis- trict Mr. Stewart said its powers were limited. It could not borrow money by debentures- or pass a pound herd law. It simply spent the money collected in tne district. Under the rural municipalities act wide powers were given. Money could bo borrowed, pound, anil herd laws, health measures; hail insurance and other problems could he dealt with by the municipality. -Kach municipal- ity had five councillors, Onc of whom was appointed by the council as j chairman or rcevel The councillors were elected at large, but if the elec- tors voted in favor the ward system .Tames F. Ward, engineer of Lake Superior Corporation sawmill nl ho Soo, was shocked while handling n electric, light: wire, and fell eel to his death. 1