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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULV 19, 1909. GERMAN NEEDS THIS WEEK SHOES AT THE PRICE OF RAW MATERIAL Prices Slashed With A Broad Axe JOIN THE THRONGS THAT THRONG THE STORE AND SHARE THE SAVINGS. BIG CASH German's JOIN THE THRONGS THAT THRONG THE STORE AND SHARE THE SAVINGS. Raising Sale GERMAN NEEDS THIS WEEK THESE PRICES WELL DO IT The wide-awake shoppers have been here in day sees dozens cf pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes carried tremendous savings to purchasers. All thoughts cf profit and loss is thrown to the four winds, all we aim to do is to raise the needed money for German. We are fast nearing the mark at which we are aiming. Yu can have ai! the shoes. His loss will be your gain. Every day, every hour until Saturday night at closing time the store wiil surely be crowded Pacific Sales Company Have panned a selling campaign for this week that will outstrip ai! previous undertakings ever attempted in Shoeland. Tho whole store is an undisputabls mass of bargains for men, wcmcR and children. Be here. Tell your friends about it. Every item, every price will bs found exactly as advertised. Bring the paper with yo u. BETTER LOOK THEM OVER THAN OVERLOOK THEM Women's Plain Toe Low heels, solid comfort for Lot weather. Worth Sale price Women's Pat. Leather These boots are made of the best American pat. leather, with dull finish upper. Military heels. Worth Sale Men's Dongola Kid year welted soles. All sizes, new last. Every pair worth Sale Boy's School and lifrht grade leather. Just the kind for the school boy. Sale price Men's Fine Velour Calf Welted soles, dull finished up- per, pat. finished toe. Military heel., worth Sale price Men's Pat. Leather est American style, welted soles. broad and pointed toe, nothing newer in town. Worth Sale price MINERS ATTENTION 200 miners' heavy boots, nail- ed soles, solid leather counters, double stitched. Worth Sale price Working 150 pairs men's heavy grain working boots, Blucher cut, heavy soles, worth Sale price cases of women's plain toe Oxfords, just received. Solid Comfort for hot weather. Beg. value Won't last long. Sale EVERY PURCHASE A SAVING The Paciiic Sales Comp EVERY PAIR REDUCED II Selling One-half Block north of LETHBRIDGE HOTEL F. German's Stock-Boots and Shoes Store Closes at 6 Early One-half Block north of I LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BAND COMPETITION AT WINNIPEG Decision Of Judge Caused General Criticism tempo find intonation. In the finale "God Save the King" the Band ex- celled. The playing in this move- ment won the applause of every per- son present. Lethbridee. of the incompetence of the ju3ge, W. Paris Chambers., of Boston. He did not give his decision until he had had a conversation with Mr. Barra- 4 w Chow Sam's RESTAURANT Provides the best the market affords It's served right, and the prices are right Open Day and Night Chow Sam Co. J. Geo. Harper, bandmaster of the j triplicate score by points. Citizens Band, which returned on. Sat j Scoring by points: urday from Winnipeg where they! phrasing competed in the band competition is not at all satisfied 'with the. treatment he and ?his band received while there In expressing his dissatisfaction he expresses that also of the other mem- bers'" of the band and also of the Bran don Band. The chief dissatisfaction is because i dough, the leader of the Winnipeg j Allo movement played loo i j Citizens Band, who, Mr. Harper and J fast. Tenjpo di Marcia played too J the leader of the Brandon Band were i informed was the chairman of the i musical committee of the fair. And af- ter the decision was given uo com- i ments were made upon the playing of the bands and the reasons why the prizes were awarded as they were. Mr. Harper and the Brandon bandmaster stopped him a few minutes after the decision -was made and asked for his technical reasons and he showed them the following typewritten in style. Quarter notes made too short. In movement too slow and forte, ast. Rule Britannia played in good j In baritone solo too fast and not PAT BURNS LUCKY enough tone. 2-4 tempo good. Horn- (Cranbrook, B. C. Dividends paid by the First pipe too rough. Eule Britannia too j Thought mine, the gold producer near slow. Last movement, accompani- j Orient, Wash., which is little known I ment too heavy for the melody. The general ensemble was -rood. In the Introduction: Tempo' trombone contest "The Death of Nel- outside mining circles, were for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1909. The dividends for the previous I too slow. In the comet duet 2nd cor- was played with good phrasing year amounted to 000 and intonation. 10 Intonation 10 General Ensemble 10 Moose Jaw Band. Introduction: Tempo good.. Second Movement: Bra Tempo good. Second Movement: Brasses faulty. Phrasing: On last of melody faulty. Cornet solo: Alto not in time. Faulty tempo on Cornet omitted grace note in 19th bar. Trombone solo: Well played, but horns still out of time in military j phrased. In cornet solo intonation alto. 1st ending in 2nd strain not j faulty. In the 15th bar turn not pJayed as written. Break in cornet! perly played. In the ISth same fault, cadenza. In next strain brasses not j 7th bar poorly phrased, 13th bar good. In adante "Sally in our ty. In the alto militair tempo good net not prominent enough for the 1st. Last two bars not well phrased. In cornet solo, intonation and phrasing faulty In the 15th bar. grace notes not played properly. Last part bet- ter. Trombone solo: Well played, 1st ending in second part strain of next tainly did. not observe them'. He did movement, placed 8th instead of trip-' not stay inside a tent out of sisht of i The mine is practically owned by Mr. Chambers admitted to the band j Pat Bums> of Calgary. It has been! asters beforn the noirmetition fTiiit ____ _ _ masters before the competition that he Did Not Know the Rules producing only four years and has j netted a profit of about Seven thousand tons of ore were lets in moderate. Wrong notes on horns, not good intonation. Bari- tone solo fairly well played. Next movement played too fast, same fault in the next picolo variation, not well played. Last- movement too forte. Melodies both lost. the bands as is always the practice in band competitions. He judged the bands on the test piece only ad- mitted that he did not consider the piece chosen by the bands in his marking. This was distinctly con- trary to the conditions of the cbmpe- governing the competition and_he cer- shipped last month and it is said that is the smallest month's ship-j ment made this year with the ex-' Kravom OQOOOOOOOOO ooooooooooo ANTHONY HOPE Author of "The Prisoner of Zenda oooooooooooooooeooooo CopyTiflit.iMS.AHthonyHopcHawkiiii Brandon. Introduction played 'too) ti io-i. slow. Last two bars -imperfectly The score was not made according cornet too prominent, solo, phrasing faulty. In baritone! First- ending in second strain no f properly played. Cornet not The Menu at Uberta Restairant is as extensive as any in the city. rf Open day hud night. Everything in season. He. Your Palm Read Jc, Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICE r FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DEL. MAR, The famous palm- will read your palm for the small fee of .50c. com HI, Find out what the future has in you. Madame Deimar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident of your life, past, present and future. Office hours, 10 a m. to 9 p.m. Room No. 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE to rules and when Harper" called at- i'-m.ion to this. Chambers admitted it. On the second day, when the other bands were competing, he took this advic." and did conduct the judging according to the rules of the i tition. On, the .second day lie picked j Mr.-Harper cut from amonsr all the .bandsman nnd presented him with one of his pj tented gold-plated cornt't mouth-pieces, in the presence- of the other bands. On the way down to the, fair the band was received with great ovations at Regina and other points and when these heard that Moose Jaw had won they would hot believe it, The may-, ors of the cities and others all said Lethbridge should have beaten them. Mr. afterwards said that he thoroughly agreed with Mr. Harper that the competition was not carried on the way it should have been and another .year he would see that there was a change. The Brandon band is as incensed as the local band at the way, the com- petition was conducted. There seem ed to be no difference of opinion in tha bands or in the crowd but that the competition really lay between Brandon and Lethbridge. Everybody even the Moose Jaw band :w.as. surprised when the award was made...... ception of May, when the mine was closed for a time during the erection of a cable tramway from the mine to the railroad. The ore is shipped to .the smelter at Trail, B. C. The tons shipped in June averaged to the ton. As few men are interested .in the mine and no part of it. is for sale, no policy of exploitation has been followed. Few visitors are permitted see -the mine and those who are 'taken into the workings are warned not to give any information to the newspapers. The Grand Trunk Pacific bond issue is expected this week. It love. Oh. how 1 talk Tierond my "Beyond your rights? Impossible! May I go on He saw Sophy's smile dimly through the gloom. From it he glanced to the dying gleam of the white houses drop- ped among the trees, to the dull mass of the ancient home of history and kings. But back he came to the liv- ing, elusive, half seen smile. "Can you said Sophy. He raised his hat from his head and stooped to kiss her hand. "Jsor would nor could." said the warmth of life or the cold hour of r "No. no! If you die, IFs The hour carried her away. "Casimlr, I wish 1 were The spirit of his race filled his reply, The soldier tervee him pretty arid he. She put ber arm through Ms, they walked down. It had been night to be forgotten only when an Yet vhe went from him unpledged. tret our A London despatch says that one. hundred and forty-eight British war- ships dropped anchor in the Thames River Friday the array extend- ing from the Tvstuary at the south end of the river to Westminster Bridge in the heart of London. The total ton- nage of this fleet is 750.000; its cost PRICES I on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el-ewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock mmnm i cranny Office anti Factory cor. MUNI Hd mm mm Telephone Yard, Smth St. 195 "You want to be want you to kiss my "May I salute the "But It's no "It's better." "My dear, very fond of you." "That's all j "Enough for tonight Whafs he of down "The emperor? I'm not so much as sure he's there really. Somebody said i he had started for St Cloud this morn- "Pretend he's I "Then, of anything except how many men die for what he wants." "Or of how many women Her reply set a new light to his pas- sion, "You'd he cried. "Oh, I suppose The answer wts half a laugh, half a sob. "But. not too No more than the slightest dimness to the glowing starr Sophy laughed In a tremnkmi key. Her body shook. She laid ber hands in Ms. "No more, no more! Surely Marie and the student are bored? Isn't. It supper time? Oh, Cuimir, if I were worthy, if I were sure! What's ahead of us? Must we go back? To- night, up here, it all seems so simple! Does he mean war? He down then? And fightr She looked at him for OB instant He was close to her. She thrust him away from ber. "Don't fight thinking of she said. "How be asked. She tossed her head impatiently. don't Pharos makes me afraid. Mys that things I die." T IHAT feverish month of Jury- fitting climax to the scorching arid summer of run full half its course. Madness had stricken the rulers of France. To- avoid danger they rushed on destruc- tiou. Gay madness spread through the j veins of Taris. Perverse always, Lady Meg DnddLngton chose this moment for coming back her or, at least, for abandoning the particular- form of insanity, to which she had de- voted the last five years. One' afternoon she called .her witch and her wizard. "You're a pair of quacks, and I've been aa old she- said composedly, sitting straight up in. her high backed chair. She flung a couple of thousand franc notes across- the table. "You can she ended, with contemptuous brevity. evil temper broke out, "fine has done this, the malign Pharos wan wiser.' He bad not done badly out of" Lady Meg, and madness'such as heis fc to be recurrent His farewell was gentle, bis exit not ungraceful, yet be, too, prayed her to beware of a cer- tain influence. "Stuff! You don't know what you're talking aboutP Lady Meg. Jerked out and pointed with ber anger to the door. Early on the morning of Sunday, the 17th, having received word throngb Lady Meg's maid that her presence was not commanded in the Rue dc Gre- nelle. Sophy slipped around to the Rue du Bac and broke In Marie Zerko- vltch, radiant with her great news and toploriug her friend to celebrate it by a day In the country. "It means tbat dear old Lady Meg will be'what she used to be to she cried. "We shall go back to England. riiwoA ;