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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -A, t f% 1 tv> -v- Ayrj'iy commencing I K ,Y For half day, and every day afterwards for two weeks we will give you bargains in footwear not equalled in tifoiis province. We have the Best Makes of Shoes for sMeh; Women arid Children that can be combining Fit, Wear -and Comfort. We give you the Largest Stock of High Quality Shoes in the city to choose from, and can fit you in makes we advertise, such as Queen Quality, Smardon and America's Beauty for women, and Regal, Barry and Hartt .for men, with Getty and Scott's Classic for children. Genuine Reductions all over the store, smd goods marked in plain figures. SEE TABLES. Don't forget we have been with you always. You will buy eventually, WHY NOT NOW? J 4 10 Reflef ,vl AFTERNOpN The Orange parade arrived at the Park yesterday afternoon at. i >ck, followed by a large crowd j n Athletic two o'clock, who soon filled the grand stand. a Jji'43. .I ones, and the The boys' race was won, by J. by E. Hutton.'--- A Stuart once more b'eat'his oppon- ents in the one-mile in line condition. Mrs. J. McCulIoch. was awarded thc prize for the mother having the! best looking baby on I j over twelve months of agCjv'and Mrs.' A.. Smith captured prize. The prize for the best dfe'ssed AT NO. 6 Tried to Swim Belly River and Capture a Boat Word was received late, this after- noon tha dent had HOW HE GOT HIS REVENGE "Down in the Southern Col.'J.-E. Caven, erner and the manager of "The Squaw Man" which , the Majestic theatre on Monday and Tues- day nights July 2-1 and 25, said, where ii.very Sad drowning :acci-' sonievof the cities have us much negro taken place this morning j population- as they have white. It is 0 man arch was built over the gate leading to the grounds, of-orange colors and cd to "rothcr Chestnut., banners.' Thp Miners' Hand nlavml Dr. .J. K. Loverinc crowd was award- banners.' The Mfhens' Uand played 1 very as did also j short the L. or. L.r races, etc., snorts. called attention .to-thc overing delivered a address at the end of Fire Department Kire alarm, etc., repairs 141.77 Maintenance 30.00 Wages Stablea ...___ 781.97 Street lighting............. Uniforms.................. Ffhance Salaries Printing exchange Grants '.S 13.55 (ilaimK S50.00 Lethbridge woollen mills 858.87 Rents 37.65 Total .v. bridje road 738.S9 '106.80 FROM THE OLD HOME Beatrice Powls, aped 12, of Mont- real, is dead from ptomaine pois living after eating cabbage. An hotel'that cost at.Mani- waki. Quebec, has, since local option became .effective, b'cen sold for 000. A movement is under way in" Mont- real to establish a suburban model Kalian colony to accommodate oon. Mrs llvhry Crozicr was killed in a runaway near N'orthcotc, Ont., while driving home from a missionary meet ing. The G. T. R. has closed, its sta- tion at near London, pending securing of a new agent. Door-keepers of two thcatorjums in London were fined and costs for admitting juveniles without guard- ians wore" started. Smith-was thc official starter, Ross Tate timekeeper and G. Seaman judge The first man to cross the line was W. Haines In thc 100 yard dash, and it only took him 12 VS seconds. He was quickly succeeded by .I.'Mead. Throwing the 12lb. shot followed. U. Anderson. U. S. Duncan, D. L. Mar- shall, H. G. Long and J. McCrea tering H. G. Long took first place; throwing It'33, feet, and U. S.1 Dun- can came next, three feet behind him. The next was 'the Hupposed-to-be 220 yards.-and Haines won from J. W. by a few feet, but A. E. Mc- Lean was not in it with cither. Haines won in 20 seconds, and if It was a full 220 yards, he has made a world record. The main feature of thc afternoon was the one-half mile race, which t won by A. .Stewart In 2 minutes and] 10 seconds, but was quickly followed j by Mackenzie? who was only three seconds behind him. Charles Dunsworth was only about two feet behind D. Whitney In the boys' 100 yards dash. Macleod L. O. L.. Xo. ISIS, won the prize for the best banner. In the hammer throwing. Christie threw it 70ft. fiin., and G. Mackenzie came" next with 63ft. -lln. 'The fat man's race was won -by J. Peterson, who defeated U.. KagJeson and J. MontcbelH. T-ic the which the order :is doing: brethren greatly applauded h-im, his remarks were short and to point. SAID HE KNEW JAMES J. HILL Man in Police Court Hail- There was fun in police court this morning when -James Chambers, took his in tlic dock to answer to the charge of vagrancy. an old horseman, and naturally very lo- quacious. For five minutes he held near Diamond'City, in .which Louis Albert, a Hungarian, hud lost his life. About eleven o'clock he tried to swim thc Kelly Kiver in order to re- cover a lioat on the other side, but was cither overcome with or f iiaught in cross currents and p'jllcd down. Thc Mounted Police were im- mediately notified, but so far all at- tempts to recover thc body have been fruitless. The river, is very high and no doubt would be carried down for a long distance, so that it.' is doubtful if it will soon he recov- ered. This deceased, man was a mtner liv- ing at, No 0, and leaves a wife aiid seven children. the nile to reserve about two sections of the baic.ony for the colored gentry, seats always are reserved: are known as 'colored' seats and never are sold to white persons. "The was playing tiiat way a few months ago and it was in. Shreveport, La., that j an A musical attraction appealing.strongly to negro iTfJlcdlfor a single perform- Nicholas Kargus is proceeding against the chief of "Police of London for slander in his prosecution of. a charge of criieity .to ;inimals. the floor against all attempts .of the I chief and .r.iagislrntc. to get him turn-! cd oft'.' He told his j started in to name his "friends. Tie conies from Guelpn and claims inti- mate acquaintance with Jim railroad fame. He said that he has lots of rich relations, but that he is out in the cold.' Kor'; years he gram's stables. U may he that .it was one ot the stablemen in Joe Sea-. Thu.hipli. jnnip was .won by Duncan j was licrc'that lie acquired his innate j at a height of five feet six inches. He of which led him to ,tlie went two inches .hi'slicr than -J. W. I police court. At any rate he landed' Meade. Peterson also captured the- in ll'i? city last nipht from Nanton old man's race. wil-h only thirty cents, and ..'being uri-J A. Sttiart was thc first to cross der the cart-freeing of .too the line in the Y.M.C.A. nvich redeye, wasrlodged in the cells. en hundred yards. McKcnxie was on--With many apologies he explained ly a few feet behind him and it was situation .this morning, and declarins a vciy close race; thaf had a Rood job waiting for Many of the women Centered in thc j him in the country with an old friend Woman's ract; and Mrs. Armstrong'from Waterloo, was let off, All the swell negroes in town were going to that show. On the day the-aavance sale opened the first man in line was a negro well known to the boxfoffice man. 1- "How many seats reserved for cul- the negro said. "More than you care to the box office nian replied. "Von dunno what I wants to buy. How many.scats reserved for cullud I've got two sections reserv- ed. In those sections are 105 seats." "How much for-the 105 "Let's sec. Fifty at" and fiftyrfive seats at 75c." That will be ?in.25." "Give 'em negro .saic at thb sainb time exposing a large bank .roll. here, Alexander, are you go- ing to speculate with these "I dunno what you mean -by speku latlon with those tickets.' I wants to buy all the tickets you have for. cul lud people." "You going to have a party at thi i "No, suh: I'se going all hy myself.' _ "What'are you going to do with the rest of the "N'tithfn.' I'm lust going to keep some one away, that's they aJn' niBger-gdih' to show bu office man began to stis pect a plot, f-fe negro. "Alexander, you've got some j thing up your hie said, "what the "I'll Alexander said, "I'a of 'em Defused, saying j that they .had already dated aheid. 'l wants to tho tickets, that's all. I'lf show thoii nig- gers they can't fool .with me.' They can't go after I get all .those tickets, nd I got the money to buy 'em with oo." "The box office man consulted vfth representative of show. "9nre the' saM; m the; whole shebang. We'll he money." .v So the tickets were handed forth nd Alexander delivered in turn in.25. "Where did you get all the he box office man asked. "Craps.-' Them dice wouhlirt-listen o nobody but trie last Jcet cleaned 'em Alexander' good.' ;tis'ed only of the 105.seats referred for, him, but he had 104 tickets stowed away where no one could them. "I the advance man said, was quite .a delegation waiting" for Alexander after he show; don't know what happen- ed to won and Mrs. Cooper-came wcond'. 'to mosey for the.sagebrush. The Montreal AT eTARUAND PictureB of the great Indiaiwpolifl auto race are coming to. Starland, date of which will be Announced Jn' a few days. in "the history of motion pictures film beea pro- duced" to cause BO ranch comment, and to make a lon? Bhort, H ia the most exciting .film in the world, brim full of thrilling, Vhair rafalng scenes. Patrons of'.'thic. theatre will wait with eager anticipation 'foir the exact Another big at- traction which Is also expected fn a' week or ten days ia the Royal Naval j Review "at haying a Hae five railee In 'length of the greateet and of all nations-'revfeweu'by the Ktag. j See these you-will glad; mlBe them and you will be H. K. F.gan declineK to he. candidate in Ponttac' There now armii ItahtK un- der the Government annuity scheme. Andrew Lee. a was at. St. Mary's by a .wire. .Mrs. Peter Forsythe, widow, 8-f, was fotind dead in her.home at St.'. "'v Aaron Thomas, Vaged IS, ,of St. Cathnrfnes. is dead from due to a sliver in his. foot. J- stuck on three different gals in this C.rHarrison', nrschanlc (at the town nnd'I axed ovory one of 'em Qut-., chemical work's, waa go with IPO to this show. Every' one drowned while bathing. ;