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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Augusl 20. 1012 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TODAY-EXTRA-TODAY BARNEY OLDFIELD-Breaking world's record at Calgary-Thrills -Gasps--Shivers of Incitement.; also yhowing an ^ A ll-Star Feature Pt ogram One .long lingering spasm of the REAL life of the REAL cowboys or the REAL west. Friday and Saturday-The Tremendous Animal Picture. � The Greatest Jungle Picture ever Produced ^ w ^ ^ ^ ^ EVERY DAY-Miss Agnes Errol, Starland's charming soprano. Frontier Celebration at Cheyenne, Wyoming: "Attacked by a Lion" -�-SPECIAL NOTE:-THEATRE OPEN THIS WEEK FROM- 10 a. m. to 12; 1.30 to 5.30 p.m.; 7.30 to-11.30 MAJESTIC THEATRE SPECIAL TONIGHT W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS MISS CONSTANCE CRAWLEY . Her . All-Star. Cast ojf London Players, Including MR. ARTHUR MAUDE In a repertoire of lOnglish Plays. The management offers this attraction ^yitli his personal guarantee of its superior excellence. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75t% 50. Gallery 25c. SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) V ? > > > * KING GEORGE'S NARROW ESCAPE * London, ., Aug. 20.-King George had a narrow escape from a serious accident while motoring in Lancashire today. At. a sharp turn in the road tlK: Royal car came directly upon another, and a smash seemed certain, .when the driver of the other car turned sharply into a ditch. Fortunately its occupants were not injured.  & ** diatcly after birth, reaching here ! about six o'clock this morning. j She took its first to St. Michael's j hospital and then to the House of Providence, but both institutions refused to receive it. She. then took it to St. Vincent's infant's Home, where it was found to be dying and it expired in a short time. The inquest was adjourned to secure the attendance of witnesses from Colborne to throw further light on the case. 2* ;# 5k "7 v^^i-?** TENTS 8 x 10 Wall Tents., 10 oz............$11.00 Complete with poles. 8 x 12 Wall Tents ,10 oz.......,.....$12.50 'Complete with poles. 10 x 12 Wall Tents, 10 oz............ $13.50 Complete with poles. We make Tarpaulins, Wagon Covers and Awnings on the shortest notice and carry Camp Cots, and Stockmen's Bed Sheets. Alberta Saddlery Company. Ltd. i ;