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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Angmt rFTKBRTTWE DAIUY HER After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. We find that the prices must he right at our after supper sales, as our first two have been Aery successful TONIGHT WE WILL SELL 100 White Bed Spreads, hemmed, double bed full bleach English bed spreads, at- tractively in handsome design .Reg- ular To-night Bawden Bros. Greatest Home Furnishers Hulf Slock 3rd Ave. S. IDITIO "INO- Office. Phone 1M4. Phent 1157 13. Banlth thit Act more quickly .than or wafers If your denier does not. keen them, we will roai! you a box. (13 den) on receipt of 25 centi: J L.'MXTMiaU, Proprietors P Q 3 THEATRICAL AT THE eUREKA from the nt, this popular plaj home the management ts glUng She theatre palrons of piUurn enjoj There wid bi nn entire .chiinge tonight Mid one o ths best programs pre.ented H mlgnt go to the Hunatha a beautiful Indian storj produced-'by; the. Jmp IB one of the-.many interesting Dlctares this ii of producing; "Let us give Thanks s i b-a i'lftl, Cham pion film that is sine to he highly appreciated The comedy for_tonight entitled A. Cream m tne rt orit trs create enough 'laugh ter to wtlifj- .you for a week, it be- ing foramencins Vondaj night an strong vaudeville bin will k presented for fair week Kola biegaloff i quartette singers and dan and Sam Harris, coster comcci- hn AIio 2900 feet of lected moiing pieture> This ivlil be one or the ahoits in the city. REVISE PLANS OFJTATEHOOD New-Basis i Arranged fo New Mexico and Arizona Washington, Aiigj 18. -j- Statehood lor New Mexico and Arizona upon a acceptable to President Tail vas approved by the Senate yester through passage of the Flood- Smith resolution presented hy'Sena or'Smith, chairman ot the'commit .ee an territories. The resolution I pissed >3 to S alter a debate uhluh (he house vas Siatged with evading a on the statehood leto and in which the pre sideiit was, charged.with trying to coerct; the people oi Arizona upon the proposed recall judgment. The', Sen- atcNneasure considerered' ir the .House today and thai Hodv i.wiil he able-'16 p'rtss it, if it chooses o without having to first on rt. passage of the vetoed Lesohitidn pieiident or Mondaj BRUTAL MURDER OVER QUARREL There is so nitich bad in the best of us, And so much Rood in the worst of r.B That it hardly behooves any of us To talk about the rest of us Rev. c. .S. Applcgath, of Gal will fill the Wesley caiirc pulpit tomorrow morning arid woi mg Mrs ttn of 1 ondon nnt is visiting in the city, the ;ue.'it o Mrs. W...Jordan, Bartlett street, an Mrs H B Fairbairn Crihh A Mr. and'Mrs. H..F. Kisk. Of Pella lon-a., are visiting at the countr Iiomu 'of their daughter, Mrs. Porter for the next six Mrs. T. Wilkes, of Toronto, arm- ed on yesterday's .local and will cpeji the vacation, with tier son, L. II lihvsical director of the Y.M Mrs George H Stacei and ters, Dorothea and Avis; left las Iriilai for a three month? usit t( ancouier Mrs.'A. L. Gaiince and small son Murray, of Calgary, are guests -o Mrs. .J. W.. Bartlett, 301 Seventh Mrs I B Mulhern of Lethbridfe, armed last Salnrdai to be the guest of Mrs James Price nee Sharpies J short time Clareshol n Re Mr R C Ferns, of the citj onlee relumed earl) this from Eng and where he has been usiting for two; months Mrs Frank Wallace and famih tr m the citj jestr.rdav from Glei chen Vlherta and are at he home of Mrs J t' Wallace Bur dett street Mr, and Mrs ot Bran'fnrd. Ont aie uslttng at "Ihel home of lieu daughter Mrs aml lt ,s !S, stepped hack to Crushed Io the'spol, and found Vasi-! I doubtful if the iniured man will re- Icuiii lung uncoiibcious uhclu he had I fallen Campbell nas called, .iiid although it icportcd late I the injured man was taken to the! in. the day that he was resting 'easj- Gnlt Hospital, where an examination j icr. and had an even cliance to i-'rciMlcil th.ii of a few hnns jtoir-i He is a bi? strong man, and PS, Vasitonik nas not senouslv m- cvcrllcnt pllisique mil stand him Ijurcd cxlcinallj, and tlmt in good stead in his sickness BUSINESSMEN AND CHARITY At the meeting of the Lethbridge .Association on Thursday eveninj. the members discussed tlie idiisabllity of Introducing some new cberne to regulate begging, icltinf snbBCriptions among the men of the city. After s horoilf b discussion of the matter the ollowlag was put to the mettins and carried by a unanimous j ote I hat tbe Letl bridge Business Men's Vssodation go on lecord as being PPOMd to: tbe present system of col- icting subscriptions and prizes-from he iqerchants and other buslneis of the city I haf be started by the mem- eri oi the association for the pur of taking care of eilch subgcrlp- ant ip the tbe shall consider are >or a worthy and that meni er association sh'a'll refer all wno MlleiKeither' dona- or prizes liTverchiindleJt' to j.who Vift immediatelv take .i r.. Rei G w and Rue ho uslting mth Dr That It be furthe riinderst'ootl that 1 iliembers of th-a association lerty to make donations to -churches. Uls and nursing 'minsions as .h'ey shall see'fit.i 'A'clrcnlar letter is being forwarded to eaclrof the members of the-aBBocia- 'tion explaining the steps taken, -and the method of handling the fund which, is being subscribed for. this Plirpqie. and it is belleied that the new system will do awa.y with a great deal-.of..the nuisajice which, a'ttends t pretsnt the piomlscuous soliciting of donations in I he city Hudson's Bay Stores News of more than ordinary importance to the Men of the City of Lethbridge FOK TODAY we have planned the final clearance of all our summer stock in .JLcii's Clothing and FimiKhings. Jlen who siiuly economy and are judges of true worth will be quick to-recognize the advantages of this exceptional opportunity tfo replenish. thoir wardrobes. will not-permitunention of all the many line? here for your choosing. We just mention a few leaders and invite you to pay us n visit today. THE WEATHER PERFECTION COCOA tf Giowiitf Girfa Bon-met HK it k MunJw 4n fak bob. mdw dM> snd Cmnta'i COCM, m ft htm W ii iddal to bnUii, rnraim of CgmT Do Cvwwi'i CoewT Duluth Minn, murder nhich for Its reioltlni features and brntalitv rliala the most das lardl; homicides In the criminal an rials of the state, was committed at Crooked Lake 12 milee north of Nash wauka, at an earjv hour thle morning camping madf of Pat Me Unre James McDonald Jtmec Haye; and Alfred Kennedy an outing at the lake Kennedy am McDonald engaged In a wrentllng match on tbe during uhlcl Kennedy lost his watch and McDonald. i A 'quarrel followed in which Ken j ledy knocked McDonald Me 1 t.ulre and Haves Interfered acd were driven buck at the point of a Win Chester holding them at Ken I nedi kicked McDonald uptl] hit head 1 was i pulp Kennedy was arreated morning bv Sfcenff Rllty of ftai countv and plpuced In Jail Frjn onton left todaj for I eihbridgc Vantun Khere they Mill spend week-end with friends. the FIND NO CLUE TO EDMQ.NTON ROBBERS Edmonton 18 -Jn the loot of tte secured set era) thmfclnd dollars from the lodg en it the Alberta College home con of monev onlj the police dc PHrtment of Edmonton Is dlffl cults In securlni a clue from which to noik Aitlclei of jnd oth er personal .effects taken .from the alumberlng lodgers were found about the building, which means that department of pence officers Wave only currency, to ifork on. J R Murrell M t called anal lo Toronto on 1 huridav on m impoft-mt buiiness mission and nil! IK goni. about three His wort in connection with St tujus- tineSjChurch mil looked after bj Mr Popham of North I ethbridie tlear 82 12 clear S3 ill 80 The church. Epworth league of Weslej n ill picnic M-mda] eienmg the home of Miss Waterman Aie, S The members mil at tbe church at 6 10 p m and proceed lo the picnic grounds The ladies are requested to brine baskets Even hodi is coriliaih incited to attend Winnipeg clear Port At thin, clear 08 Kamloops r of tin prairie, provin es was One and warm some shower FORECAST Generally fine a ivarm today and on Monday, but. lew. scattered thunderstorms. LOCA1 HUDGET Dr.- E. J. Whithani, of Toronto, in- the. citv A. F. .Mcllnffie, of Raymond, u-ai the .city last evening. Among those from a distance, reg- liteped it the i t thbndge Hotel are C h I amh Seattle I O'.Meara, Butte F. C. Rohdc, State Centre Ion ii F DIVOT Spokane; J. B The Floner amid weekl> Buchanan Seattle wit to the hospital .ffer A, the Hotel are regis- noon distributing sweet mig tend W H Barnes W Wm nonettc ann astors among the Mmneapohi E K. Watson ticnts oi the piihlic nards Those i Montreal H Stanton Winnipeg uho kindl, donated Ho.m this ind of Spokane J Lodei Muhn Idi Hugh, Reid, .Kansas t'. MacDonald, Montrea H. B. Snelgrovr, Toronto D. D. Hinin, incouiT Nolan, P. Nolan; and Wm.-l.ynn, Minneapolis. Some of Ihc guests registered, at the .Dallas .ire E. W. and 11. .1. Partridge, Toronto; J. H. Wasiing, were; Mrs. Mclni-yre, Mrs. De Vc- ber, Mrs. W. C. Ivcs and Mrs. Kirkham. In a oar accident at Montreal. Wil- liam Stuart, a piisenger, was killed, nd miny persons seriously injured. The business Dim of "Ankland have decided to send to O.mda. Tliosn utio haie lolunteered cakes. and sandmches for the Nursing MU- sion booth the Vair, arc rcquwteil "eavc Ibcir donations either at the ionic of Mrs. Southard or Mrs. L.-M. lolmstone, on the evening ir before 9.30 a.m. of the day when hey arc to be used. The members aye endeavored to inform all their riends of the proposed booth, :and appreciate donations of cakeg and sanrtiiichcs to the above address- es b} any nho have not been directly to assist. The reircShmentx booth in aid the Ofty's Children's Honic will open to on the Grounds on ''each day of the of he Fair Kalispell, Mont.; P. J. Grant, Win- nipeg; Hoht. Harris, Pocatcllo T. Kunkel and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bay- er, of Buffalo. Wvo. BORN TrJOMSOX-On Tuesday, August to Dr. and Mrs.Thomson, of Le4hlirldcc, son. Thref thoiisiind dollars reward is bein'i offered In Kut'.pwii, Sask. his small son, who 2Uh (Sen. McCjcllan, for the-finding NEGLIGEE SHIRTS AT LESS THAN HALF These shirU are'cut In the .most approved up-to-date They, cbmeflnvthe'.new and In also in a.very of them were over You cinnol affoid to miss-them A A ALL AT ONE PRICE 91 FANCY VESTS A Tine opportunity here presents itself The quantity of these is limited and we anticipate clearing very'early in the _day, so be in Una Thej come in tancy sjiots and plaip. white duck 1! deiach able FINAL CLEARANCE Men's Smartly Tailored Suits IN OUR OLOTHIXU DEPARTMENT MO n reputation to up- hold, and IlifbO smf; wijl r-ortainly prove to Ijc well up to oui standard quality nicrut by our own special cutters nnd tailored in the best possible cheap linings are used but best class- throughout Some of these suits are in fine worsted, others fe-n orhlnolt sero-e. fn fancy A suit that v, ill appeal lo the w elt dressed man for its Style, Qnali- ty and Finish Usuallv'ssold at to-818. Our Sale Today.......... ..........S10 95 STRAW HATS AT BELOW COST Men's Boaters New York -hats, very special itra'A All this seaeon s patterns, but no mould rather sell them below cost than carry them over. Call and sec them, and will recognize their value. Reg- ular up to 00 4 SPEC! A I, 9 I A Hat for lOc Not n cheap and nasty but hats that have b'een tl.OO and In sonic caios much more. they nre odd lines and cleared. SPECIAL 10c Men's Linen Hats AM waterproofed, in Jffidorn and other shapes smart striped grey or brown A light, cool snd comfortable hat for rain or, shine, Reg iilir 75r and SPECIAL 49C A few more of those White Linen Collars I left at 25c a These were adoz. ;