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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD Tuesday, July IB, 1913 THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND. "RED RUBBER" HORRORS HARDLY BELIEVABLE -Alberta M. P. P. Behind the Bars (Continued from front page) Ttairk OD ihe new Dominion gov immigration to-be orecxed at more or loss depleted .is is natural at Un> season ol Ihe yoai, there is still good choobiim IMl and in addition lo 'lowest prices >ou tan depend on the blyles beins correct in detail All the new Suits reduced Every new Coat at a bargain 520.00 Suits goins at J16.00 Suits solas lit Suits going at..................... Suits going at S3S.30 Suits going at 535.00 Suits going Coats solng at, at J20.00 Con'ts going at J25.00 Coats going at 530.00 Coats '-going at Coats going at New Dress on Sale in Silks, Voiles, Stuff Goods and Wash Goods The greatest variety within your reach presented-ir. this clear-up sale is by Far the most attractive showing this, store ever Held. J6.00 Wash Dreeses at 37.50 Wash dresses Wash Dresses at Wash 4 Dresses at ?13.50 Wash Dresses at 512.50 Stuff Goods Dresses at 515.00.Stuff Goods Goods Dresses at 522.50 Silk Diesses at 525.00 Silk Di esses at We Make Free and Guarantee the Fit Final Clearance of AH the New Millinery 55.00 Regular and Hat'i There is .no reserve what- ever. Kvery hat must go and we make no distinction is to which shall 'go ihb price is equal. on all, Beau- liful iia-ttern huts exclu- sive creations .bys-'pur own milliners, all included in this sale. YOUR PICK OF-..THE EN- TIRE. STOCK None Higher None Lower SHOOTING FOR KOLAPORE CUP Bisley ;-July continues oppressjye here and 'briliant, but like last year, this exactly suits the Canadians. :Today's great event the. challenge cup, given, in by the late Rajah of Kolapore and .shot for annually since. Last year the Mother conn- try retained '-it after tieing with the laaadians, who, however scored bet- ter at the -long range. As a matter of fact> there is long range n the whicji is shot for bj teams of representing constit uent parts of the Empire, seven shots each man at 300, 500, and I yards. So far ;his 'year, Canadians hare been doing their best'ahooting at the long rangees, which is. in keeping with heir tradition. ince the foundation of the trophy, the Canadians nine: times a-nd the--Mdtner country renty.-seven times, the last win for he Dominion being in IS09 when the earn made the fine aggregate" of 765 ill of, a possible of 8-tO, in connee- ion with the Kolapore. The N. R. A. awards the Colonial prize for the higli- st aggregate ID jihe Kolapore es- lusive of the Mother country. The. Fir it Stage Scoring 249 in first stage, seven hots at 300 close second to .the Mother country hose aggregate was 253 Third ame Guernsey with 244 Fourth outh Africa and. India'tied at 241. At 5QQt Yards The Mother Country with 260 in the econd stage, of th'e Kblapore, now eads by nine points..- South, Africa ame second In this stage with 256, anada third with 255, Guernsey >urth with 247 and India fifth, 240 HELLO GIRL'S QUICK WORK Buffalo, N.Y... July wor by a Buffalo telephone girl late las night, got .a squad of .police to th scene "of'an assault hi wife and of an attempted burglar> made an arrest and may have proven ed a mnrdei MIES Lillian Hasel Beck, a nigh Operator, had started to answer call from a four party'line. "Police" said a woman at the otho end dropping the receiver, been dragged -from telephone hi an intruder Jn her home. lies Beck telephoned an alarm am m ICBE than three mimijes the police automobile patrol was on tb-e scene Mc Clary 5 Why 'SUNSHINE" Furnace called "The Under, [study of the Ask the McClary Agent your he knows. .TTEMPTED MURDER NEAR CORONATION Coronation, lulj eached towu Saturday morning of an attempted murder at Brownfield, a dis- trict e'ghteen miles from Coronation From the'.information gathered it ap- pears that J. A. farmer of this'district.attended a. dance at the Brownfield school and on his; return home was knocked, on the head -by an assassin and' terribly Ireaten. The wountied man's story ..was to the ef- fect that he returned home from the dance, laid, down on a cot in his shack and dozed off to the land of slumber. He awakened by a on the headr but 'was by .the'blow lo recognire his assailant who him over the head and shoulders in ft terrible manner. WHAT CANADA {pOULD DO Wl.TH-.WOOp SHE EXPORTS Fifty-six per cent of :the pulpwood cut in Canada during the WES--exported to the...United States This is the fact shown by statistics collected by the Forestry Branch .01 the department of the interior, -The total quantity of pnlpwpod cu! n'Canada during 1911 was cords. The quantity exportec amounted to cords, while the remaining forty-four per cent (b72, 288 cords) was manufactured in Can- ada. The value of this pnlpwood was (an average of per cord.) Had wcod been retained in Can ada and manufactured here, it is es titnated; value; would, have been increased to about Had Canada manufactured into wood-pulp -all vtne pulpwood she duced, she'could have had enough to supnh a hundred and mills of the average .sixe of those operating in Canada, instead of the fifty-four she now has could have supplied sixty per cent more mills than-she is now doing, and New Brunswick' could have doubled the number of her mills. HALF OF QUEBEC WITHOUT POWER Quebec, Ifis-A fire started by lightning destrojed the premises ot the Quebec and Jacciuoi Cartlor :Blec- tate in the (whple Union, or better, in act, to win'a large number of prizes nd this Is pi oved by the exhibits nade at former Dry Farming Con Mt at present is to ssist m showing ions, to give advice, and to look after ollections of exhibits dteplaj ed arious this country expect to have samples of wheat ats, rye, corn, alfalfa anc ther forage anl gar- i egetables to ''exhibit at Leth ridge, and, judging bj our pant sue- ess, I will win many of ie leadfng prizes Mr. Renter has been in Portland for everal-days and has been meeting the and fruit groi atUhe Commercial planning ith 'them to take to Lethbndge a _rload of exhibits. .'He represents the regou-Western S' Colonization Com- has aceomplithed wondfrs n his near Madras, which ie took up seven wears ago. He has dded hmd to. his original claim and s and. brother have alio filed In that.section, BO, that the eilWr 'family riow own a .full section. Mr. Reuter captuied 21 prizes at the Dry Farming; Congress at Spokane in 1910, among them the Portland Com- for the in Oregon, and the. Colorado trophy cup for the best dry-firming exhibit In the At the he captured 26 prizes, anil the Oregon ttxhifctt, which he inntmtled, awarded 34 prir.ep. HlH einter also wan two first prices, one being for tto best exhibit uuule by a woman HOBIG- Gifts Out Last r To get forkSj knifes, spoonf ind fancy pieces of quality and beauty ask for Thu brind. is known m "SilPtr.flatitkat Wtart" 1 TobuythisnTtreiatcgenheut. meat seivice and catiifaction and the hwvieat ulvtr Known for 60 DENVER'S HOMELESS; FIVE HUNDRED Denver, Colo, Tuly cloud- .burst in1Cherry Creek Sun- day night has passed into history, leaving a of dfibrig d'e- poeits of sand snd rand In'buildings and along; the boulevards an.l the ruins of wrecked homes .and '.with two known fatalities The list of injured' has swelled -five hundred rict are destitute, everything hut the clothes they -wore when driven out of of the distnct, gone Thev be cared for by the'clty: until: the'last are rehablted. Rooms at hotels; have been -Hired for some not accomodated. at the auditorium' Building Permits A number of building permits have, been taken out this'.week. George Robinson Js building a house on Kth Ave. A. to cost Thomas Kennedy'hRS taken a permit for a house on 4th yt .1. H. Harris-is building- a-house on 14th Street South, to cost 93800. Mrs. L. Wilson has perntijfto ersrt brick store on Thirteenth Street-. N., to coat. .1. Thefernnco is building, a house on 12th St A to cost IWO AVm. Gray 1o, us house to cost TO ire turn Hon. C. W. Cross at the recent bye- election in Edmonton, ..will pro: tested- by the Conservittlves