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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August TTtK LETHBBIDGE flAILY HERALD Page 7; SATURDAY Special No. 1 Wo arc (losivous.of...cleaving our entire stock of Straw Hats. do this .xveVill soil nuy.stniw hat in Llio lun'iso Snlurday at .Tiist think, Hitts worth 'from to Your choice Sat-urdnj'i Special No. 2 We have Chance cnv, a ''shipment of new Fall inhiTlimitod so we uWoino- to give a special imliio.omem, ror yuu H Pat mlaVV We will Sell a'nv Sfoit hi tho House for. tho same price as you in ilio EaaU beauties -in -the new M hues at with every Suit sold wo will give a new oi' stock. (Ft Q We ha-ve still' left a tow Silk a-nd Lounge Shirts. .We will plear Saturday at very prices. Silk Shirts, regular special We liave a lot, of Lounge Shirts, col- lars attached ,wortli in the regular waj', to These" we will clear Suturady at Specia We have.decidddnpt'to carry shoos, as we have riot space, so Sat- wo will have a shoo b n i-g'a in i o r y ou.. W e wil 1 sell any -.Oxford in the house We have goods worth from to S6.00. Your choice any low Shoe while we -have your.size. Replies to Critics {Continued Irom ttont Tennis at the outlook tor municipal: bonds is improving, the recwt largo decline in ipeoulativc securities evidencing their undcsirability for the Bate and secure investment ot capital. "Let me say, said the. Aldeunan BEAT warmly, "that, as i member of. the Lothbridgc City Council, I am -only too willing to give- my best services in any matter. pertaining to the wel- fare' of- the 'city.' In tho present case; 1 can' hardly leave the city, .owing to pressure of my own business. Williamson is perhaps in tho position, according, of course, to tho Weekly NOWK: 'Again, it might he i r.ither embarassinR for either of us in an endeavor to get a good price, to ho associated with the author of a loiter, who shows veryjitile taith in the city of and in tho value o! its securities. Several names been mentioned as men capable of dealing with 'tlie situation, and I sincerely trust tlmt tho men -sent on Buch a mission should be those cap- able of making, the best of. a rather inactive bond market, hut that they should also h'e-sure ot the security and desirability nf an investment in a city o! Lcthbliage liond. "I would like to add that I heart- Aug. tennis tournament and lawn social, .under the auspices ol 'the Presbyterian church at. Cardstori was brought' to. a Budderrclose by" rain. A'fc three o'clock tennis began. of St.-Andrew's church was. represont- Bd la-trio first game the Bank of Montreal by Mei'ara. Pickup and Talt who lost Union'Bank Ipif tq.Royai Montreal -won' from Messrs Barter and and Royal from Messrs. Ibey and At'tlie Biirinei hour Montreal had twb'and Royal two games to their and.'wore .to play off to decide tha afternoon oham pionship, but rain prevenled a coniln nance cf play. The the Ladles'-Aid snrvei rcfreEhmentj all afternoon, and at tb ten hour, tables were moveui Into th church, ..and ttiv.-gucsts of were served there. The lawn an tbalWracUr'the ilonship'ol the ball league will be was'assuri act night when the Bnnkers..wrosted he only game from the Sona this sea: son by a score, of 3 0. The Sons' held an unbeaten record, while the Bankers lost a earrio earlier n the season.' Opinion, was divided aa to the result, many fancied -thn Sons while the Bankers' .followers placed explicit faith In .their .favorites. The Bankers won the toss.and tak- ing advantage-of the strong which prevailed, were early on the aggressive." At'tirst: the wind iilayed havoc ivlth any attempts af'comblniL- tioii ,or. passing, but 'eventually ..the wind -at" their consemion great things were expected of the To buy Up-to-date Suits at HALF of Original Saturday and Monday AT So many men took advantage of this genuine, offer two weeks ago that we decided to give those who did not avail themselves of the opportunity before another chance and so have marked all our ..suits at Half Price for Saturday and Monday We do not mark the price np first then cut. it clown, as you wilt see the original price OH the ticket and all you have to do is divide- it by 2. We positively lose from 63 to S6 on every suit we soil, but our fall clothing is 'arriving and we need the space. Don't Overlook This Genuine Sale As we have wonderful bargains iu every line we carry including- BUC'HAN 406.5th Str.ect The Men's Man Bryan Block IFOR I- OF POLICE Par- ily concur in the remarks of 'The' (lint tlie city of Lethbridgo in the next four years requires a man of financial intuition; one who will kccji close watch on the expenditures of the city, a man who will sanction only such public worlds as are abso- lutely necessary ffir the health and safety ol .the city." court hai Uen lighteii at consldernbl expense and it Is greatly regrotte that the event'was so Interfered will Dr. H. B. Staciwol kindly loaned his splendid Vjetroln for and during the oventlng a party wajt en- tertnlned With muslo at tho Jlanae. The visitors, expected from outside oints Xnew of the rain, and stayed at lome. Another tournament and social wlU'bo held later.-, E. N. Barker made an efficient re- eree, and was rellevfcd by Mr. Atkin- on, of Ma'grath, Canon Jtowait, who was to have could not be pre sent. GOOD CROPS AT BATTUEFORO Battleford, Aug. wll be general by tha end of the week: with prospectu for a high, average yEeld. 'HeVivy 'rains recently wore thought to have Injured some of UN heaviest crops, but those lifted afte a lew hours of bright sunshine. Lonu days of finn weather win aee tho bulk of tho great crop harvested. the wind, gave tlie 'Sons' defenders a lively time. After about IB minutes play Shedden obtaining possession, found tho .net with a pretty shot, horlly afterwards the Bankers were warded a penally and Henderson shot, goal. During this half the Sons mainly on.the defensive, except or a few bursts, which proved of no TJho Interval arrived with tho sc Flankers, 2; S. O. E. 0. HUERTA IS CONSIDERING- Mexico City, Huerta is uawllltii'g either to.deny o confirm that ho will lie a candldat for 1ho presidency of Hie.'republic. H says It Is too early, and that he will make no statement regarding his pos- sible candidacy .within ten or fifteen days. llllutjw They (9 press but tti'e Bankors'. Ayortfiy oustodlan, proved equal to any' attempts at goal. JFrorri a; throw-in .McQu.iflJn. goa the I'ea'ther'.and with a maenlflcent burst bright' it right to the goal mouth, then'passing to Laverock, the latter player bnnged It into the net. The 50118 tried hnrd to Hender- 'or; and. McGuckin were always there. Jaxton and Gibson'played a good de- ehsive game for .tile. Bunkers. Final score, Bankers 'O.'E. nil.' ff tlie Bankers beat the Callles and the Sona bent the Barikers, the latter .wo will be .tied for! first place, ;be Callies out of the running, but t tho and Bankers tie In their next game, they clinch the honors. The: llnc-up irt last night's game was as follows: Bankers: Parsoiis, ifcGuckin and Henderson; McBri'do, Gibson and Hax- ton; McQuffin, Laverick, Shedden, ItacKay and Cnllan. s! O. E. I.usb; Wallace and Holbcr- tpn; Lee, FJiy and t'arrnbee; Gurr, Stove, Draper, J. Gurr and. Pearson. MEDICINE HAT'3 COP REGULATES AMOUNT OF HOISERY THE VVOMEN DISPLAY Me'dicinb Aug. the chief of' police the rigiil to say how much" openwork' .stocking a person, presumably' woman, shall exhibit in the city Chief Bruce thinks he has and v-hetncjjjio has- the 'necessary qualifications lb act as a judge in llicr 'ti'sht skid, but thcrc'is not one will blame her for that, lor it's fash-' lonablo. However; she mounted a on the oibcr side ol the tracks, and- came tearing up JIain street, as if she was competing in a cowgirls' relay race. -Ac was before mentioned, she had on a light EkirC and was not riding in the conventional side Yes, tho little incident created WHEAT -CENTRE Wheat Centre, Aug. H. W..J- Chrlstenson was the first. man to. harvest wheat tills year, helving a piece of summer tallow i in the shock which promises 25 bushels per acre. Mr. Livie has returned- to Leth- bridge, alter spending' his holidays with Mr. Patterson. The farmers' well drill is drilling 1 IIU Ittilill-la null >J quite a stic in the city. Store clerks Cochxaiu rt is down 125 -It. ipft tliKir customers to race to the .-frii-. Kt-js ter. What he' says goes, und he said that one young woman was display- ing far'too much for any r'ace out- side a drygonds store. As.a result this girl has'had to bid goodbye to the city and seek pastures new whcro police chiefs have 'different views on this matter. This is how tho inci- dent happened. "Sweety" (that (s tho name the fetnrcle is known by, accord- ing to the was wearing a ra- left their customers to race to sec the fleeing vision. Wo- men pedestrians looked- the other way, but.tlicre -was no one. enjoyed the ride as much as "Sweety." .When slio got near the city hall a plucky polictman ran in the center ol! street and made her slop. Shu was taken into the station, and from the constable's story Chief iiiuce decided ol thing'herc with impunity. Oh his ad- vice the "lady" lell tlie city. T.he first watch waa a .'small clock. In 1477 Peter Hnio, a cldck'maker of Kurombiirg. made a clock in the form of an egs, which could be carried in the pocket. The pro4u9tlon of this coat u year's labor. and It is expected to strike water at any-time. AVui. Holmes has. purchased a-ValUr able team of mares from 'A. Durand of Badger Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Durand spent with Mr. and.Mrs. Dalton. Pattcrfion Carma'hgiy lor twine to harvest bli big crop.-. R. Urown is busy Tfith hto summer fallow these days. Fred Lachahco has been aislstlnp Jack Matt, who has ibeen laid up with a spraineii .ankle for the past week. Law-son is on the siok Hit, Queen's University IB tb adopt tha plan of two semesters, fourteen weeks each. TO SUPERINTEND Edmonton, Aug. 16. K08PITAUS Tha Ed ton hospital lioard has appointed Dr. -James C. Pish, at superintend- ant or 'the Montreal General OK superintendent of tho throe hospi- tals iu Edmonton, under the Rlon of thu hoard. Fish ia n grr.ti. u.lto of Ilnn-nrd, anil a graduate In' McOlll, DIAZ.GOE8-TO QUEBEC Var.coivrer, B.C., Aug. ing tho-Btataroent wade last night, ar, rangemente were :completod with the Cufmuiiii; racllio railroad and General Felix Din, special envoy from Moilco In Japan, left this city it 8 o'- clock tonight on tho Imperial Limited for Quebec. Tho Duke'and Duchess of Con- .LBliE'ni will M-.O their vovago back to Cuna'dn, accord- Ins to announcement at Hall. OUR BIG Jewelry Sale Odds and Ends on sale now at of Cost Price Sec our Window (Satin-day) Regular Prices 16 each; Your Choice S5.QO OUll Blpr SALE HAS PROVED A TRE- MENDOUS SUCCESS AND BY FAR HAS EXCEEDED OUR EX- PECTATIONS R. "A WRIGHT TliiiTC'ity'rt Established rE WISH TO ANNOUNCE to Lethbridge's best Dressers that we have just received our first shipment of Woollens for our fall trade. We would like to have you consider with us the one feature that, more than any other, really distinguishes good from mediocre clothes. That is style. Any tailor can use fine fabrics and put them together with more or less accuracy, but to get real style into them is our motto. We are always pleased to have you call and look them over. E. H. HATCHER HIGH-CLASS LADIES'and GENTS'TAILOR 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;