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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LET r: DAILY AiiBUsI 30. 1012 SHOES FOR FALL "AT THE FOOT TOGGERY" Our Queen Quality Women's Shoes for are on hand, and for style and wear we think will surpass previous season's goods with their good record. See Them Now. Our Men's Hartt Barry Fall Shoes on hand and arriving daily. "You Will Buy Here Eventually, Why Not Now 'ollllf: Manlie offered S.illU.000 for ihe CHHtle but Tlldi WTI'e a'4hoolmnlcs hi SroL- noi eel it. The head of wllere ," w'ern hetTOtnci1 lwo upuir payment of H. exceeding and it is lo celchratc ihe tri- umphs of puace thai ihe reunion is held today ;it the anritinl stronghold of the Macleans on Ih-e heanlifiil Isle of Mull which gave blrlh lo the diB- tlfiguishcd soldier who held Canada For the Ilrilish Sir Allan Mac- Iciin. H-IIOBR memory will he fllllngly coinii-ieiiiurHleri at the celebration. Irving in hie history of George Wnslilnglon. rpfers lo Sir" Al- lan ag ri "veteran Scot." a 'YeHOiirco Tut and as bnhiR "bll.lerly loyal" to Great Briiain, Oeorgc Wash- he could and would hold Qne- apaiiinl. any fnrce sen agoing) It. e cily was placed unticr inllliary And ?o i( Is flltlup loday tlmt not only iho Mnclcana at ihelr castle of Iinnrrt should honor the uieinory of yefirs The youtiR man came dl- rec.lly aflerwarde to this connrry, and In biislncna in Brooklyn. SHOT HIMSELF ON TRAIN Toronto, Ans, DnschHin. a l-'iench Canadian from. Otinwa. whot hlmseJf In the Java lory of Grand Tru n k I rn In Xo. I! fnj- Sa rn ia Pii rly this morning, shortly after datlnn had been panned. No on-B hennl the ahol, bnl on Lrrlnp (be lav- Hlory door nnd finding 11 locked, ihe conductor broke II open and discover. PI! the body and R revolver with one cartridge exploded. Thp hody was taken off Hie irnln al B ram pi on, inri Ipfi in charge of Coroner I.awsoivwho will hold an Inquest. Denchain hnd a ticket from Otiawa Winnipeg and jr.O In caab. .To confer with him and .in! uthcr ways inakr .irrHiigeineiiLs for the speedy completion of lhc Sir Donald Mann and Sir i Mackenzie will' be in Calgary on SalT i '.u-dpy or iMondav, rrscrvalions lor J them having already hern made ai lhc Kim; hotel. The will remain nrre ior some LETHBRIDGE, SEPT. 2nd Grand Labor Day Celebration Under Amateur Athletic Association Rules- To be, held at THE BALL PARK FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, 5 -side First prize second prize 10 a.m. 100 YARDS DAEH BOYS UNDER 14 YEARS. GIRLS UNDER 14 YEARS. First Second Third 5 G.OO ?1.0tl 5.00 S RETAIL CREDIT MEN ORGANIZE ASSOCIATION! Sopkaiifi. Wash., Aug. tatives of reliiil houses in all parts of DIP I'niied Slates met In Spokane J and organized lhe Retail Credit Men's) National aFHociallon, electing; the fol- lowliiK officers: S. GlidllnTi, Ailn-j ncapnlifi, presidenl; K llallahnn, Siwkanc, vice-pi'eslilciu; A. il. i'arkcr V. T. LPOII- nrrl. Denver, treasurer. The new Nil- j Uonal alRi'ind with lhc nlni of finllHtlnp retail credit men lo work to lliesR ends; lo hi or- RHiilzatlon of retnli credit nsfiocifiLinns throughout Ihe Linllcd Sinles; lo pro-' mole acqualnlmicc tnul iilIIHatlaii be- tween credit men, local associations urn! rnrlnB and to command j Influence in legislation nnd IILW en-! forcemenl. The nc.vt annunl con von- j lion will he held In July nt Rochester X. V.. slinitKancoir.ily wllh Mini of lhe N'ntlonal jiipoclatioii of .MorciinMIe ABencles, with which organization the HIGH JUMP 510.00 5.00 220 YARDS DASH SIO.OO First Second Third HUMAN WHEELBARROW RACE 7.00 5.00 THREE-LEGGED RACE S 5.00 4'iO YARDS RACE J 7.00 ,15.00 ONE MILE RACE Tug of War, 8 men team Climbing the Pole 4 p.m. First Second Third BOYE 16 YEARS and UNDER f 5.00 J 2.50 Jl.Ofl GI.1LS 16 YEARS and UNDER 5.00 2.50 RUNNING BROAD JUMP 00 J HOP-STEP-ANO-JUMP ......10.00 5.00 .PUTTING THE.SHOT B.OO "1.00 '3-MEN RELAY RACE........ First Second Third OLD MfTN'S RACE OVER 50 7-00 t 5.00 92.90 MARRIED LADIES' RACE 1st sack of flour. YOUNG LADIES' RACE___ S.OO 12.00 Boys and Girls 'under 12 yean, prlzet BASEBALL GAME, Prize L. MOORE, Secretary G. H. HARRIS Chairman ;