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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Fri jay, Aiigwjji 1Q11. THE LETIfBRIDGE DAIfrY 1TERALI) r A o w Tinp CAY REATEST SUIT SALE IS NOW IN FULL SWING AND BEATING ALL RECORDS BOYS' SUITS ABOUT FIFTY' ONLY OF E SUITS jfeFT. THEY -K IIS VALUE FROM TO SIXES ARHOKTPI) FOR COLOR THE STYLE AM) FIT WILL THE MINUTE. AlItT EIGHTY TO MM7FY TO Tffi LOT, -NEW COLORS. IN- (iHDJXG X4VY, AM) BLACK WftSTEDB. AS GOOD, II NOT BWFKK THAN ANY CUSTOM T LORED SUITS, 3fi TO 44 WORTH FROM TO 414.95 15c LinelCollars, all shapes 3for25c. MEN'S TWEED PANTS FOR 22 in. hi 27 in. !N DARK, MEDIUM, AND LIGHT TWEED, NORFOLK SUITS. STRONG, AND SERVICE- ABLE AND SOLD ORDINARILY -AT TO TO GO OUT 24 ill. h> :W''ih. NORFOLK AND TWO. PIECE SUll'S, WELL MADE, N ICE- LY LINED. SUITABLE FOR BEST OR SCHOOL WEAK, IN ALL COL- ORS AND FABRICS. REG. to TO BE CLEARED OUT AT .OTHER SNAPS '81.00 Working and Negligee Shirts for rittv. Men's SuspeiHlerh for to Shoes, assorted J'or 50c 25c. ONLY A AND OUR TEN DAY (At SALE WlJBe OVER WE ONLY HIGH CLOIW4G, THE BEST MADE IN CANADA AND TH6 OF THIS CLEARANCE IS TO MAKE ROOM FOR IL GOODS. "THE GREAT OF THE GREAT WEST" ALBERTA BLOCK. ALL OUR.FORMER SALES RECORDS BROKEN. BUSI- NESS HAS BEEN GOOD AND, WE CONCLUDE PEOPLED KNOW WHEN THEY SEE A BARGAlK. HURRj AND BUY A SUIT FOR 112.50. 1 SOUTHWI1 STAND B TRIAL (Continued Tom When- the. Vccimeiiot his toward Oumphj jpiat he could not see the eapoil (f er he IM" heard girl fall to Ihe ground hympeil to t'fali Stmthwlck But lle tould get to him the acuisetlrnetl on ,hinn pointing the silt him ouloied bim not to rnoie that might shool, Dumirtpoofl wh-eie ho until the jdllrioted Inc oh! man s attention lijetting up and I grabbing at the I hen Ihe sprang at tueii and get ting both his forced him to the ground ho'diirMm there unti lielii came The (1 ran into tin elp house, At Jngn -Henry- Reid, on. "id jumping on p Jedefl to maul j him. evidently thi ng tli-ii Dumphj was the caiwe of e trouble. In a abort time, howei Detective Esau tame running npjd on explaining situation, Dunp aided in taking the accused to J liolice station, carrying In the proceed- her of the girl, i that of the other witnesses. On-com- ing 10 the elnlinn Dumphi had" h xnd- ed the gun The revolver, was is.'a short. bulldOE :iS." chamberB, of which three were still loaded, whe.n. produced in court, while ihe, other two contained shells The had not uten tampered ulth in anv the Avitnnsa slated, and was iml. in as sn exhibit. On arriving at the .stntion Soilthwlck had act-ad qneerly, as though under holding-anper on the srounil not knowing was 111 'the dark he jumped uii.f man on lop, and I tried to. lound out ne detective hid that lie had li bout often to 'i he icouwd be gre-H fri niipcared tot ItJiongli d H ienj al not been at alJllMoiii lo Inic them too much logetai 1 he old man had often Blici ttlntiV Im daughter and niijjd lo mam hoi At tblg point SortViok looked at Koie.and sral.1. On Sunday, Sonlb- had conii'lo the house, and he Had-told him home. "You're an UK) you sIjuuMM'l :i young girl like ling ulien the old In eilili-iilh mi i He of li'iimr I Evldenre the lntUken i tlAGRATH SPOKE ATJMAGRATH Fair Attendance: Liberals Pleased with Reception He Got Magialh Mig Ti a well- attended meeting tonight, in Ihe town Hall O. A. Jlasrath opened jiis cam- paign lie was assisted Messrs. Davidson. .and Taylor, LelhbrUlge, who reviewed the ojil, old stoi-v of up the industries, little enthusiasm Air. Magrtitli has sevetv; uold, hilt sjiohe for about an hour. He emphatically denied that he ever supported the papt. Speaking wilh Ihe local Liheral rlend-ars after Hie meeting, they were immensely pleajed with .lite .result, they are more confidonti'lhat A. Buchanan will lie accorded a good big majority on Sept. 21 LIBERAL RALLY IN 4 NORTH LETHINjDGE There will he a Liberal rally In Hall, North Leth-. nridge, on flatunlir HpMChM.wlll 'be ilolivn-ed by S. ,1. SlKfliiiril, uresldeal ul' the l.lbernl Atiiiocifition. J. K. Ptlutr ind otheri. The uiMt- Ing will be oiled at eight and llu meeting open 4> lo everybody, JOINT MEETING ATSHERBURNE Urac-sy Aug. political meeting was held this at the Shei-burne school house lan south west of. here, the fapeikeis lie ing John B. Wilkie of Lethbild.e foi and .1. Harper Prowse of I aher against the reciprocitj issud ROBS Harden was nominated .a-a the chair man for the evening. Ihe fiijf speak er to open the discussion was John U. Robertson'of Grassj I ike Save a very iiiLelligent till on the question of reriprocits In nhich he was In favor of. Us lolioued bv .1. Harper Prowse, who a speech lasting for an hour and a h tlf agllnst reciprocity, and altho igh his was long enough and lOHMiiciug at 'the time to a few of (he funnel's pre- sent, Mr. Wilkie very soon tilings 'by a short hut brilliant speech for the pact. As the lioui v.u Idle' he didn't have a chance to cover all ihe hut. during the time he Irad, the arguments put forth bj Ml t'rpwse against reciprocity were soon shattered and il. is fair lo -say that of the men who were in -the .pact niceUni, left stiongor than ever in favor of it. Sam fryinft of Taber gave a shoit (illc alter wards against reciprocitj iftei which the meeting ended, 9t.HI stroiiRly in favor of leciproutj About fifty formers fiom the snr rounding country attended the meet ing, the Liberal boosleis from Lake heing B. W. Lilckhlldt F ..McN'icol, .1. G. Rc-bert on mil S tfuch-inan, who motoicd ouf (o meetiii" in Mi' McN'icol's auto. CARDINAL MORAN DIED SUDDENLY Sydney. N.S.W., Aug. Moran died suddenly today. The body was found .nn the floor of a bedroom in the In a stale of collapse. Death followed an k of suiiope Patrick- Cardhial Moi in nch bishop of Sidney, Xini oiill) Wjlt" was born al I.eishling L of IvUddt'e, It-eland, Kept, if, 1S30., IlG was .civated cardin'.l. luh 27 lfe, The deatlf of t' crcateJ lhi> twenly-lhird vncaiu-y In Ihe rfarred Mafralh Aug son of Wm Passev i fninei of thlb dis- trict? died it ins liome t of town on iltei in extended cdje oi consumption (linns the p oniesl of he has beui i sulTeiei lor the past' sis months. The boy was only in his, teens, ind wis grouth Dy his issocntes He wis a membei ot the lioia hind tnung phled lilt tnps foi the pist All thioiith the long illnc-s hs fJS been en patient ind neicr nrapalrcd VII Hut medic il ill ind careful nursms, is done to ehmimle j the; dread malady, but to no avail.! gained too firjn a hold on his j system. Ihe f-inoial wai held vpalerdjy' atlernoon fiom the Utter Saint meeting house, and the service wao mo t impiessno A Urge 11 lienco asiemliled to their last tribute to tbe a "pilled ma'n bringing belli- j liflli .floral offerings with them. Words i of comfoit and consolation weie it- tered bv a number of speakers, w-ho eMoled the uoilin chin of the Deceased lh-> mil bcuei, neie membeis of the bind -X.lone cortege followed the remains to the cemelen heie tl war. into its final reeling place. usual ceremony at. the grave aide. One dn iTil "'el C Heither- sold a car of twine, brcakln" ill i previous Ml Heithctsn uv; Hill neier in Jll Ins ivDenenrej thi, dom ml foi twine been fl! as it is Ihis seabon I Ims fir lie las old throe cm lo ids ind lie j r-aunol be-in to supolj Ihi lei id. j Hie fact of Ihere being four j other loi il [idlers in hindei wine i-3 laken into consid-sration, the magni-' tilde of the Clop in Iho Mitnth dis- lljnl (Jii bf loiikhh estimlled 'The Conservative meeting, report- j t'ti lo bf he'd on lulled lo >n e off foi or I olHel Mr Mnm lib was to bten pteBent bm lulled lo mil in 111 ip-: peaianoe itul thu" no nKclinj, WTR noM t: t JI'ETHBRIDGE -LIBERAL COMMITTEE ROOMS The I.ethbridge As Hociatioii committee rooms arc located ill the Oliver Kiflh .illal south of tin 'Dallas Hotel. A asorehiry is (n ciurai ill "it time to ?i c Information to any the loomi WHERE ALBERTA FAPPSSHOW Particulars of Dry Farm- ing Congress Exhibition; Raymond Busy Alta.j Aug., preitiiiiin list of the Ury Farm ing. Congi'Cfco" is out am! civculuteu districts intcrestet! fr Hit- gi-owins or grajii under- Ciimp- bcll's new livsthod. Space lias been reserved by AMierUi HI. Coloradn j apritJKs for the of the South-! ern country. The" ileratd reporter i has learned that several have already secured their allotments in the Alberta section. Ex- hibits are accepted only from ivlierc the dry farming methods arc necessary to produce tho crojis, and must have grown dur- the' season of 1011. Premiums and .trophies' to the value of nill 'hu an'ard-ad -and theso ai'o given fpr grain, ropls and vegetables. ern Alberta and (.lie Raymond district; "In uarti'jular, has brought medals lionm from tlic'oo dry fanning con- gress beforo-iind there is nn.rsasnu, with the splendid crop of this year, u'hv more trnphies; should not he added to those already here. This is tho to your exhibit. (Jut ihe grain carefully