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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Snturday, Awgtwt 10,1011. T1TF T.FTftBRITWE DAILY HERALD Page 13. After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. \yp find that the pricps must bp right at our after supper sales, as our first two have heen Aery successful. TONIGHT WE WILL SKLL 100 White Bed Spreads, Iieiiuiied, dodhle bed size, full bleach English honeycomb bed spreads, attractively woven, in handsome design. Reg- ular-Si.65- To-night $1.10 Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers HulFEdock : : 3rd Ave. S. EOITKO IV "INO" Offte. Phon. 1224. R.ildene. Phon.: 1157 Ban).h �h.� he.d.che. Act more quickly than tablet., pill* or wafer. If your dealer does not keen them, we' will mall you a box (13 pow-den) on receipt of 25 oenti: J. t.; MATHIEU; Proprietor., h.rbrooKe. P. Q. REVISE PLANS OF STATEHOOD THEATR1C4 AT THE EUREKA New Basis Arranged for New Mexico and Arizona Washinston, Aug. 18. - Statehood for New Mexico and .\ri7.ona upon a ba.sis acccptablp to President Taft, was approved by the Senate yesterday through tfle passaRe ot the Flood-Smith reKolution presented by Senator .Smitli. chairman of the committee an territories. The resolution I pas.sert 53 to 8, after a debate in 'which the house was I^argcd with �evading a vote on the president's statehood vein and in which the president was charged with trying to coerci' \]w people of .\rlzona upon the pri.|iosed recall judj-inent. The Sen-ale'measure will be considerercd in the House todav and that hodv will There is so much had in the best of us, And so ntuch good in the worst of r.s. That it hardly hehooves any ot us To talk about the rest of us, -Scleeted. ... Rev. 0. S, Applecalh. of Oalt, Ontario, will till the Wesley cuurch pulpit tomorrow niorninn and '.'ven- . . . Mrs, \Vm. Sadler, of London, Out,, is vfsiting in the city, the jueit of Mrs. W. .lordan, Bartlett street, and Mrs. W. B. Kairbairn, A'rahh .St. .  �^ Mr. and Mrs. H. f. Kisk, of Pella, Iowa., arc visiting at the coimtry lionie of their daughter, Mrs Porter, for the next six weeks. Mrs. T. Wilkes, of Toronto, arrived on ye�terriay's local and will spendi the vacation with her son, L. !1. Wilkes, phvsical director of the V.M. * . . . Mrs George H. .Stacey and daughters, Dorothea and Avis, left last Kriday for a three months' visit to Vancouver. . .  Mrs. A. L. (taunce and small son, Murray, of Calgary, are guests of Mrs. .1. W, Hartlctt, 301 .Seventh avenue, south. . .  Mrs. ,1. H. Mulhern, of l.ethhridge, arrived liist. .Saturday to be the guest of Mrs .lames Price ncc Sharpies, for a short time. - Clarcsholm Review.  .  Gift* of sandwiches, cakes, etc., can he left at Mrs. Mayor Adams, I2fil DulTcrin {it., Mrs Harry Pawson, 1617 3rd Ave., N . Mrs William Hardy, HU) lOth .Si , S , (Cnutts), Mrs. l.aidlnw, 12H :}rd A , S. (Kish-er). ... The workers have endeavored to reach as many as possible, but feel iKhftt other citizens haM- a desire lo nid in this worthy cuise Gifts for above purpose should he delivered at the various addresses nol later than ten o'clock each mort^ng of the fair, and the Monday preceding the Kair all riav.  The Rev Canon Moualt will preach boih at Matins and Kvensong at St. .^ugustin's church tomorrow, .Sunday, Aug. 20th. NIGHT WATCH SERIOUSLY HURT .Sutterinfi! from internal injuries which might yet prove fatal William Vasilonik, night walrhman at the (' P. R high level bridge, lies in the (inlt hospital today at the point of death. The accident which caused 'he i i injuries happened last night on the | I approach to the bridge at this end j ' .lujit as the weslhoimd local was ! pullinn ofl the bridge, X'asilonik, who wa.'i on the approach in the perform- , ance ot his duties, stepi)ed back to let the train go past. In doing so he missed his footing and fell over back-; , �ard at a point where the trestle is' I nearly twenty feet in height. The engineer on engine "flfiO" witnessed ilie accident, and as soon as the train Lethbridge Millinery Co., Limited Millinery Clearance Sale A Large Assortment of FLOWERS Also TRIMMED A\D t XTRTMMED HATS To bo disposed of at 50 per cent. off. And 20 per cent, off on OSTRICH PLtMES I.. A. SCOTT - - - MqnHReress. J pulled into the station, he telephoned to the rnuudlioiise, reporting the matter to the crew on duly there Thcv rushed to the spot, and found \asi-|iiiii\ 1\ ing' inieoiiscious where he had fallen |ir Cirnphell was called, and the injured man was taken to tlie t''nll llosiiital, where an cxatr.'ination revealed that outsiie ot a few bi:uis-es, \'asilonik was not .seriously in-jurcrt cxternnlly, and that no hones uete broken. However, seriout fn-jiirie.s weie disiovereri internally on the li.ft side, and it is somewhat dnublfnl if the iniiircd tnan will re-r:over. although it was reported late in the day that he w.ts resting easl-ier. and had an even ch.nncc to recover lie is n big strong man, anil his ( vepllent physique will stand him ill Rooii stoat! in his sickness. BUSINESS MEN AND CHARITY Judging from the crowds at ,this popular play house the management Is giving the th?stre patrons the'class j ho able lo pass it, if it chooses to dte 6r plctiirea tUey enjoy. There will be j in without having to vote first on nn entire change tonight ejid one of Ls re-passage of the vetoed resolution the best proKrains ever pre-ientod. ; H, niigitt go to the president today "Hiawi^thn," a beautiful tndian story, ! or Monday, produced by the Imp Co., Is one of the many Interesting olctaros this company is ca.nahle of producing. "Lot us give Thanks," is n beautiful Champion film thnt is sure to be highly appreciated. The comedy for_tonlght, entitled "X Dream in the Wax Workers Show," win create enough 'laughter to H'itfsfy you for a week, it being extremely funny. Commencing next Monday night an exceedingly strong vaudeville bill will fcs presented for fair week. Kola Blegaloff's fjunrtette, singers and dancers, and Sam Harris, coster comed-hn. Also 2000 feet of specially selected moving pictures. This will be one of the best shows aver In the city. Mr, R. C. Ferris, of the city oWc*. returned early this week from England, where he has been visiting for the past two months. ... Mrs Frank Wallace and family arrived in the city yesterday from Glei-cheii, .Vlberta, and are visiting at the hom,e of Mrs. .1. K*. Wallace, Bur-dett, street ... Mr. and Mrs, I*."wctt, of Brantford, Ont., are visiting at thf* home of their daughter, Mrs. George Whelon. Mrs. George M. Thompson, Thir-teentli avenue, west, is enjoying a visit from her mother. Mrs. I'heo-dore Kirhy, of Lethbridge.-Calgary News-Telegram. Mrs...W. .Stokes, her visitor, Mrs Thompson,- ol Winnipeg, Miss N'orma .Stokes, and Kric StoiiBS, are spending sevcraLdays in Banft', r;t.csls I at the Mount Royal-hotel.-Calj^ary .News Telegram. BRUTAL MURDER OVERQUARREL Duluth, Minn., Aug. 19.-A murder. At the meeting of the Lethbridge Hroteotlv* Association on Thursday evening the membeis rilsciissed the; advisability of introducing some scheme to regulate hogging, anu so-1 tlcltltif subBcrlptions' among the' biv�)ii.fB men of the city. After a; ithorowgh dlBCUBBlon of the matter the , following resolution was put to the! meeting, and carried l)y a unanimous ; vote: , That the Lethbridge Business Men's Association go on record a� being oppoc�d to the present system of collecting stib-jcrlptlons and prizes from the merchants and other business men of the city.' That a fund be started by the member, of tbe aBSOciation for the pur-pe.e of taking care of such subscriptions Bl the executivpuof the association .ball consider are )or a worthy oailii.,-and that'Hf^viture'ejch member qf\tl* association shall refer all those :w.ho soliyit'jieither cash dona-tto?i� or prizes In^'feetchnndita, to th(� �eeret.ry,,.who,^^�^ immediately take the nf&ttelstip^iSjth Yh6 eiecuiive. That It be fiirthe runderstood that all members of thv asBoctation are at liberty to make donation^i to ehtirches, hospitals and nursing inlsBlons as tlvoy shall see fit. A circular letter is being forwarded to each ot the memhers of the a-ssocia-tlon �xpliiinins the steps taken, and the method of l\an^ling the fund which is being subscribed for this piirpose. �An?ls morning, i t*''�as, iTtig-. lerfrt : W W Baines, Winnipeg i; Wm. nonctte and nstors among the pa- Orubbs, Minneapolis; E. K, Watson, tieuts of the public wards. Those , Montreal , 11^ Stanton, Winnipeg; M. who kindly donated flowers this week Goldsmith ,uiil wife, of Spokaire ; F. were; Mrs Melntvre, Mrs. De Vo-i ,J. Loder, M.-illwii, Ida,; Hugh Reid, her, Mrs, W, C, Ives and Mrs, Stan-; Knt\sns , *' MaoDonald, MonireAl , ley Kirkharn, _ ! H. B. Sii-lunovr, Toronto; D. 11, * *  i Winter, \ iim.duver ; Win Nolan, P Those who have volunteered calves ' Nolan, and Wm Lynn, Minneapolis, and sandwiches tor the Nursing Mis-! Some of tlio quests registered at sion hootli iVt the Fair, are requested ' the .Dallas are Iv W, and 11. ,1, to leave their donations either at the ' Partridge, Toronto; .J R, Wasling, liome of Mrs, .Southard or Mrs. L. M. iKallKiiell, Muni . V .1, Grant, Win-.lolinstone, on the preceding evening j nipcg ; Robt Harris, Pocatcllo ; T. or before ILSn am, of the day when | Kunkel and Mr and Mrs, M. H. Bay-tliey are to he used The members i er, of Riinalo, Wyo have endeavored to inform all their Men's Smartly Tailored Suits IX OrR ("'LOTHIXd DErARTMI-XT wc have a reputation to uphold, and tlicsc suits will certainly prove to be well up to oiir standard quality. Tliey are cut l)y our own special cutters and tailored in the best possible manuor-no cheap linings are used but best class throughout. ^ Some of these suits are in fine worsted, others i'n fancy tAveed. while a few are in navy or black serge. A suit that will appeal ttt the well dressed ninu for its Style, Quali- ' ty and Finish. Fsually sfdd at-"jllr) to $18. Our Hpeelsil Sale Today............... .......Si 0.95 friends ot the propo.sed fiootli, and currency to work on. department of peace offlcers Have only I would appreeiiite donations of cakes and sandwiches lo the above addresses iwf any who have not been directly requested to assist. In a oar accident at Montreal, William .Stuart, a passenger, was killed, and many persons seriouisly injured Tho business nien of Aiklanri have decided to send a trade commissioner open to the public on the to Canada Grounds on each day of the The relr?shment' booth in aid of the Cfty's Children's Home will he Fair Fait. BORN THOMSON-l)n Tuesday, August Llth, to l>t itnd Mrs,Thomson, ot LMIibrlriue, a son. Tliree thousand dollars reward bein'; offered hv Geo, McClcllan, K.tepwai, SasK , for the finding his .small son, who disappeared I June 24tb, STRAW HATS AT BELOW COST Men's Boaters New York hats, very special straw. All this season's patterns, hut wo would rather soil them beloiv cost than carry thein over, ("all and see them, and you will recognl/.e their value. Uet- ular up lo $3.0(1. SPEC1AI.....91 A Hat tor 10c Not n che.ip and nasty hat, but hats that have been and In some cases  much more. However, thoy are odd linQB and must be cle.riircd. , 4 SPl'X'lAL ........I U6 Men's Linen Hats .\ll waterproofed, In j"edora and other shapes - smart striped grey or brown. A light, cool and comfortable hat for rain or, shine, .R?)g-ular ",ic and |1.0U, SPECIAL 45c A few more of those White Linen Collars left at 25c a do^. These were $1.80 adoz. ;