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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta July 21. ,V't> YES. YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY Clearance Sale-will end Monday, July 25th buYfrshavetakenadvantageof this sale and stocked up with thing in Clothing, Furnishings and Boots and use at a saving of 25 to 35 p.c. The sale this season has exceeded anything in the past every- can possibly a It Has Been A Record Breaker cal1 and belated buyers will have until Monday night Tulv to make up for lost time, but with the closing of our doors on Monday The Sale Will Positively End of good things left marked down for the last three prices lower than ever. Here's The Way Prices ArefCut at ai Men's suite. Sale price......... tr cn I I Men's to Suits. Sale price............. 75 Men's Suits. Sale price Men's Mt Keforni Suits. Sale price If 2 50 Men's Fit Keform Suits. Sale price........ 514 gft Men's Fit Eeform Suits. Sale Men's Fit Reform Suits. Sale price......... QO Men's Fit Reform Suits. Sale price............... f 11 Men's Straw Boaters, Regular to Sale price....................... Men's Crash Hats, reg'. 65c to 9Qc; sale price One big lot of Men's Shoes, regular to Sate. Pl'ice--..................-........-S1.95 Men's Working- Shiits, reg. quality, sale price.. 5Qc Wash aud Fancy Tests-25 p.c oft. Odd Trousers, 25 p.c. off. _ s o dozen Men's Suspenders Sale Price 15 dozen Four-in-hand Ties, regu- lar 50c. Sale price....... Negligee Dress Shuts. Tooke's and Crescent makes, regular to sale price i 4 dozen Men's Felt Hats, reg. to sale. 3 dozen Men's Staff Hats, Christy regular Sale All Felt Hats in stock on sale at 25 p.c. off. 75 dozen 4-ply Linen Collars, reg. 20c. sale price Men's Balbriggan Underwear, reg. 60c; sale price 35 c Men's light weight WooLUnderwear, regular sale price This is not a sale of odds and ends. Everything must go Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoel Mensoutfitters McKELVIE McGUIRE IN MERCHANDISE GIVEN AWAY Saturday, July 23 at 9 a.m. promises to be a day nerer to W forgotten in Lethbridge. From the the well known fur- nishing store. JUDGE WAS A MODEST MAN: BALKED AT CORSET DISPLAY. VOLIVA CAPTURES ZION CITY Lawyer Brings Six Shapely Models Into Court to Prove His Case and Exhibition Shocks His Honor. Control by Repudiated Successor of Dowie Is Assured CORNELL TRAVIS, LETHBRIDGE It wffl be thrown by Parrot. Come see the fun. FORMER RESIDENT OF IRON SPRINGS (Columbus Falls, Mont., Once again the Angel of Death pre- vaded the portals of our town, when on Friday, July 8, at 1.15 p.m., Mrs. Harriette Elizabeth VanBrocklin pass ed away to the great beyond, death being due to a tumor on the brain. _ Mrs. VanBrocklin had been ailing for the past six months, and came here on July 2 for medical treatment, and.although all the care and love that skilled physicians and an an- sious household could devise and ap- ply for her comfort and assistance brought into play, and despite New Dress Shoes evening without expose. Yes? How? Why, by using PACKARD'S Patent Leather Cream It keeps all patent and enamelled leathers soft, pliable Use it on new shoes and keep them new It prevents Cracking. Doubles drew durability. la white opal Jars, 15cand25c. tO owy ItOtlttfi tlie prayers and entreaties of all I knew and loved her, their appeals I were overruled and the sufferer's spir- ;H toot its flight to that home which .the Christian believes is the lulfill- Imeat oi the life everlasting. The deceased was 26 years-, 5 months and 6 days of age. She. was 1 born in St. Thomas, N.D., Feb. 2, (1884, and came to Columbia Falls with her parents in the spring of j 1895 and had made this her home UE- j til her marriage to Clark A. Van- jBrocklta On DCC_ 1906. For the past two years she had resided in j Iron Springs, Alberta, where he hus- iband -eras an industrious fanner. I It was in Columbia Falls her girl- hood life was spent, and where she had a legionof close friends, who can testify to her devoted irienship and always loving sympathies. Funeral services were held at the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. c. E. Smith officiat- ing- Songs were touchingly rendered a choir .and the flowers were many and beautiful. Interment took place in the Woodlawn cemeterv. Surviving her are her husband, Clark A. VanBrocklin her father, C. F. Laeugeri; and her sister, Mrs. J. T. Hutchinson, of Columbia Falls; and a brother, Herman F. Laeuger', of Conrad, all of whom were present at the funeral. Plttsbmg, Pa., July Charles P. OIT had a ;oad half 'hour in thP United States District Court to- day. His honor is known as a most modest man. In a case where the patent right on a corset had been attacked, the com- plainant company's attorneys (brought six shapely youngr women into court as models. Judge Orr fcegan to. shift about uneasily in'iis cnair. But the attorneys were merciless. One of the most shapejy of the girls was chosen jusfto show how snugly the -corset fitted. "Will the count notice the manner in which this corset fits about the shouted the attorney, stepping j back and rubbing nis hands in ec- stasy, J The count turned a fiery red and I coughed to .hide his embarrassment j "And win the court take notice ro these lines which are in i continued the attorney blandly, while I the audience became almost cross- eyed trying to hold one eye on the em-barrosssd judge, yet lose nothing the demonstration. said the learned justice after all was over. He mopped his face with his handkerchief. "The weather seems so he add ed by way of explanation. j Chicago, July. Glenn Vo- liva, chosen, but afterwards repudiat- ed successor of the late John Alex- Jander Dowie, has obtained -practical control of Zion City, which Dowie' founded. Landis, in the United States Circuit court yesterday, entered an order accepting the of Cbbe McKinnon, real-estate dealers, for the assets of the -Bowie estate. ''The order authorizes Guy D. Thom- jas, receiver of the estaite, to dis- pose of it for to the realty dealers, who under a. previous con- tract will transfer it to Voliva for Attorney E. B. Felsenthal. repre- senting the realty company confirmed this. "Voliva will have about eight years in TFhich to pay the Mr. said. "The realty firm "bid less, .but had the actual cash .which Voliva could not raise. Of course, it will foe some time before the pur- chasers realize their profit on the deal. "Win Voliva divide the property and sell it? I don't think so. I think he will carry pn Dowie's policy. He Tvas Dowie's advisor and aid when the I aged faith .healer had many follow- I ers." LIQUOR LICENSE TO SELL. PERFUME U. S. Government 'Names 200 Prepar- j ations Containing Alcohol Washington, July of the countrj- that receive -their intoxi- cating stimulants in the guise of per- fumes, essences, medicines, or drugs- were delivered a .body today by Commissioner of, tbe Internal Heven-ue Bureau, who gave out a list of more than 200 preparations that hereafter may be handled by dru- stores only after the government -liquor license is paid. Treasury department officials said they 'believed -that many of these prep- arations were concocted mainly for sale in "dry" territory, -where the" laws made it impossible .to obtain legally anything with" a liquor flavor. It is estimated vthere are druggists in tbe United States, slight- ly more than iialf of whom "pay the ?25 yearly special tax which permits to sell the preparations involv- ed. Other stores that continue to vend these mixtures will now fce re- quired to pay the tax and the United States treasury will enriched ac- cordinglv. WIRE FROM CALGARY TO NELSON. July were worlcing here a few days ago on a new direct telegraph line from Cal- gary to Nelson. Tie wire is of heavy copper, and will decrease at least the difficulty which C. P. R. -has for some time past experienced in keep- ing open communication between the two cities. The Presbyterians are preparing for an. extensive evangelistic campaign in the Kootenay churches. Afrbotsford, E. c., is in a state of great excitement over the latest and most encouraging developments on the recently discovered coal seam. The Methodists are the first de- nomination to stake a church claim in Fort Georges the temporary pastor j of the flock being Rev. A. T. Bell Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over SPANKI'NG GOOD FOR THEM ________IS Children Too Precocious and Dis- respectful Bank Money Orders afford a convenient and at tie same time absolutely safe method of sending small sums of money to any point in Canada, except Yukon, or to the pnaapal cities of the United States. sold at every Branch of the Union Bank at the following rates: and under.....3c. to to to ISe. We issue Drafts for larger amounts, and Telegraph .transfers when immediate payment is desired. Main OffSce cor. Round Redpath St. I G. R. TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Mana.er Stirling Branch_A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. BaiIKe, Manager. SEEK REMOVAL OF A MAYOR J Grfeely, REVOKES ALL-NIGHT LICENSES Mayor Gaynor Says Only .Restau- rants Should Be Open New York, July Gaynor ote to Baker of" the police department today that it had called to his attention yesterday all night licenses iad been sued to 4? saloons -without the may- or's knowledge. "I have decided that all ,be revok- ij adds the mayor, "Will you be j good enough to let me know whether there .be any of them which should of necessity have such a license? I do not wish to issue any except to Places where people legitimately go at night for meals and tihe like: for you know that many people in the city have to work at night" Kellogg. la., cit- izens of. Kellogg today filed a peti- aon Dist Judge Clemente pray- for the removal of Mayor James Boyd. It is charged that -the mayor 'became too hilarious during the cel- ebration of the Fourth and offended i the peace and dignity of the city. All 'of the petitioners opponents of Mayor in the spring campaign. The Salvation Army contemplates the erection of a people's palace at Vancouver, to cost, with other depart- ments, P. Dundas Todd, the government's apiary expert, estimates tli.it British Columbia's, toees produce worth of honey annually. ANOTHER SILVER MEDAL FOR CONDUCTOR REYNOLDS London, July Chapter Gen- eral of the Order of St John of Jeru- salem has awarded Conductor Thos. f Reynolds a silver medal for bravery j in the Spanish River railroad smash. You Are The Judge 30 Days' Freexlrjai Don't be satisfied with a steel razor 1P Carbo-aragnetic with the carbo-ed.qe that you need never hone. This ra2or is not tempered In uneven electro-carbcniza- uon at 2..-.00 decrees process similar to that by which dia- monds have been produced. t-COK FOR THIS TRADE MARK w U ft RAT J .Xflj Get a Carbo'-MasmefJc on 30 My Free Trial Pian-vou not 1-uy the razor until you tlfbrousrhlv For Sale by Hayr Bros Col... July American are not sufficiently spanked. i declared Dr. G. Stanley Hall, presi- dent, of Clark University, Worcester, Mass., in an address here today. "I do not believe 5n too much flogging, but it should not be abol- he asserted. "Americans protect their children too mnch and it makes them precocious and dis- respectful. A little slapping now then reinforces .the moral pur- poses of the -child. The doctor defended 'laughing until one falls from, tine chair and rolls under the getting angry, crying and dancing. THE CANADIAN BANK m fm. ___ HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B. I. WALKXR, Preiident LAIKD, Kinder XSTAJULISHED Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, OPPOSE BOARDS. Bin Posters in Convention at Chic- ago Want Censorship. Chicago, July hundred del- egates to the Associated Bill Posters and Distributors' annual convention here to-day agreed to take a deter- mined stand .agate-t figures and scenes from -such as were used by American theatrical mana- gers to a large -extent last year. It was announced that the bill posters will seek legislation that will permit them to censor all outdoor advertising matter. _ r Innches throughout Canada. and In the United States and England BANK MONEY ORDERS ISSUED AT THE FOLUJWINO RATES, and under 3 Over and not exceeding fi u lf j. o cenj go 10 cent. 15 _ _ Orders are payable at par at every (except in the Yukon) and at Uie principal bankmpnteinnws negouable at to the sterling in Great i -r Lethbridge Branch L Notirse.: in Vancouver it wiil be to your advantage to stay, at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel "in the city D BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. ;