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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909. BIG WEEK OF 'ENTERTAINMENT Carnival On the Square Be- gins Today-Parker Shows Here Gala week is here and the people on mil sides are preparing to make the beet of it. The greater attractions ___ of the week will be offered by the j the Old Plantation, starring a nuci- Parser Amusement Company, which." i clean, wholesome, worthy one. ai.d thy shows u.s a whole arc reni'irkj.bie riu that they do not curry the orclia- run of vulgar shows usually seen 'with street fairs or carnivals. tvii-- shows make up tho j t-j-, 'of thj paid attractions, ..-xad are t Op- posed of the Al G. Barnes trained animul circus, one of the largest and iK-st of the kind in the country today, the Broadway Belles, ievjlle a It raetiou that has won for the shows by presenting- a of high class attractions by the besi. lists that human eyes. Other leopards been, lorn in but all attempts to raise i them have bocn in vuin. In tfll other j attempts to raise them it was foum'. jthat as s'don as they were placed on jexhibHJon they were killed by the apix'ar as docile and as muck at homo as an ordinurv cut. mother. In this case a part of the tcage was darkened and kept out of the way of all visitors until the lit- tie ones were about days old, when, all fear'of their death was re- j moved and the mother permitted them to be visited by the public. The H-ttle animals are now about the size of the common lap dog and are thickly covered with spots about the size of a five-cent piece. They i are not only a curiosity to the sight- seeing public, but afford great am- usement to their keepers and future trainers who have never before seen anything of the kind. Four baby lions of tihe same aige are on exhibition with the show, but I differ from the leopaeds in having- j been handled by human beings. IH. fact they, have fed from a bottle in the hands of one of the ladies and DR. KENNEDY'S REASONS FOR RESIGNING July A. Ken- 1 nixly. M.D.. of M'ick-o'1, has resijm- 'vi from the senate of th.- Univorstiy 1'. f Alberta, as a pretest, against "t'lu- whole yuittulf of tlv presi- 1 dent, the" secretary ami ..the rhancol- iy C'tmecikni with Dr.' Ken- ni-'ily'j: request to furnished with c.'py of tin- minutes of two ses- sions of the university which he was unable to ut-teiid. Dr. Kennedy suites in a circular letter he has addressed to members uf conversation -that "the real crux' of the situation i? that members of the senate do know whir, their rights and privileges are, or er they have any or not. "They, don't know the powers of the chancellor or the powers of the president, excepting that in the lat- ter case they seem to be fairly exten- sive. "The senate does not even 'know ior what term the president is en- gaged, and what is his remuneration; although it is supposed .-to adminis- ter all the affairs of the university. "It has been strongly borne in up- on Dr. Kennedy adds, "that up to the present at least tfoe' senate has bud its meeting? sircply to register the wishes of the Aud while this may be an .excellent way of Conducting u university, it dwi not appeal me >is -i busy- ..professional man as being worth the sacrifice of time involved in attending1 the said meetings." CLIPS OFF BRIDE'S HAIR Former Rival of Husband Takes a Mean Revenge New Brunswick, N. J., July A bride of but two days.. Mvs. Louis j is recovering collapse' following- .the "strangest revenge on record of a jealous lover. When she was pretty Julie Szaly she had many bpanv the Hungar- ian colony. Her .marriage to Kalla left many broken hearts. While in the yard of her home she was set on by two men. who. witih shears, de- nuded Mrs. Kall.aV head of the raven tresses of 'which she -ivas so proud. When she was revived in her home a note was found pinned to her dress in wliieh a "rival" gloated over his revenge. Mrs. Kalla caused the ar- rest of tw0 suspects. COMES FROM BOSTON Infant Prodigy Gets Degree at Four- teen. Ifost-on, Jully wording1 to .Prof. Leo Weiner, Nurbert Weiner, hie 14-yeaiwld yon, -who. recently took his Bachelor of Arts degree at Tufts college, is due 'for Several mure dt- prees and years of study, in the fall he will enter Harvard and toke uj) bi- ology in- the senior class so .'is to graduate in 1910 with another A. He will then study biology at sf-nie Gentian university, and following that will pursue studies -for the Fh. and 11.D. -degrees eiUier at Har- vard or abroad. A delicious French dish consists of French plums stuffed with whole al- monds, dipped in olive- oil and roast- ed on a broiler over a hot fire, them rolled in thin slices of 'bacon and grilled. They should be served pip- ing hot. WIDOWS HOLD PICNIC Forty-Six of Xll Ages Assemble in Annual Outing. Wilkesbarre, Penn., July Forty-six widows, from 23 to 77 years old, held their fifth annual reunion at Fairchildd's Park. Each year the widows assemble to enjoy a day of mutual sympathy. There .was not a man in the because they would not have been allowed so much as because they did not come. There are rumors that the widowers will or- ganize and that next year there will a joint picnic. Another rumor says the widowers are uneasy and will not join in the picnic. i I SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY MORNING AT NINE A.M. Be Here on Time It's Coming: A Crashing, Smashing SALE Read! i THE MONSTER SACRIFICE OF THE ENTIRE STQCK FOR 10 DAYS WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, At 9 (Xdock OPENS THE PACIFIC SALES Slaughter of the entire Stock of F. German's BOOTS and SHOES. The whole store from front to rear literally ablaze with bargains in shoes for ladies, children, misses, boys and men. Ten Days of High Grade Goods Must be Sold This entire stock of high-class Boots and! Shdfcs is thrown on the market for ten days. A large portion of German's shoes must go in order to meet this big obligation. Never before such an up-to-the-minute stock offered to a buying public at such ridiculously low prices.: Every pair in the store reduced. The chance" of a pairs of shoes for the price of one for every man, woman and child who makes this store their shoppine headquarters while this big money-raising sale is in progress. Read on: C "Attention All" flood-gates of this big sale will positively swing open Morning, July 14th, and will close July.24th. It will be a time of times for at prices that, -will surely get the required money for To those who come belong the spoils of the sale 5 Extra Salesmen Wanted Apply at once 9 No man, woman or child can afford to miss this great money-saving opportunity Come early-don't let anything stop you. Prepare yourself for the biggest bargain surprise that ever met your gaze during this---the biggest Bargain Carnival ever attempted in Shoeland." STORE CLOSED MONDAY and TUESDAY To enable the PACIFIC SALES CO. to re-mark and re-arrange the stock for quick selling. SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Next Door to Imperial Bank THE PACIFIC SALES Co. SELLING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK OF F. GERMAN STORE OPEN TILL NINE O'CLOCK TO ACCOMMODATE THE WORKING MEN. North THE PACIFIC SALES CO. Mutt Raiie the Money for Ger- man. THE PRICES WILL DO IT ;