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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 22, 1912 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD 'I I The Bargain Event of July j OMORROW mornirt'g the greatest of our chall- enge -sales' will open. We need money and want to make a final clean-up of our summer goods. We are offering many lines at Half Price, arid several lines will clear at less than half price. This sale is a big opportunity for the thrifty and it is our strongest bid for your business. Dry Goods and Wear Women's Dresses, assorted patterns. regular safe price A -Women's White trim- med with embroidery, regular and sale price 50c Children's Cotton Hose; regular 25c, sale price, 2t i Be Vesting, regular 35c, 40c, sale price Women's andCfiildren's'Summer Vests, reg. 35c, 40c, 15c ladies' Lisle Gloves, reg. 25c, 30c, sale price ?1, lOc Crash Toweling, reg._15c or 2 yds. 25c, 25c tind_ Children's Shoes at HALF-PRICE Clothing and Furnishings 50 Men's Summer Suits, reg. to clear at Men's Summer Underwear, reg. a suit, 75c i President Suspenders, reg. 50c, 60c, sale price 35c Excelda Handkerchiefs, reg. lOc each, sale, 4 for 25c Men's Cotton Hose, reg. 20, 25c, sale price, 2 for 25c Men's Working Muleskin Gauntlets, reg. 75c, 50c Men's Negligee Shirts, reg. sale price, 50c Men's Overalls and Jackets "King of the sale price 65c a garment, or a suit Men's Tan and Patent Leather Oxfords, best Canadian and American makes, such as Douglas, Gold Band, Hanna and Just Right, reg. to clear out Men's Union Underwear to clear at 75c IAL.E COMMENCE TOMORROW, JULY AND LASTS 10 DAYS Opp. Fire Hall. H. Feinstein, Prop. 4 Doors West of P. 0. Days' Fatalities Saskatoon, Dickie com1 milled suicide by cutting. his throat. llis body uas found in a ciump ot Defisre, Oco. ZafaH, ot-' Air- He, a road' foreman, blew his rains out a Winchester rifle llr bad been dnnKfng ancouver llev Anther Caponi, 0 Williams' .Lake, s felally injured h> a fall from a jhoffie last Ufdncsday, tip was pio- priest T IHitt, 'ftgcrt Viasj at English Uayi batiiing beach. Yorkton, Furby, an Old'restdent, and his grandson, Tywll Innocent, drowned at Long Lake. Toronto.r-.lolm T. Shcriduu, irws- urer "of "the Squtrr Deal Really Co, committed suicide this afternoon in, the offices of new Toronto foun- dry of llie Pe.isc I-'oundrj t'o hv shooting Inn-self through the head with, an automatic revolver BIGCROWDWILL GO TO THE HAT TO -ATTEND THE LABOR DAY 'CELEBRATION RANGE WITH'RAILROAD The members of, the Lelhbndge Trades and Labor Council will attend thu big Labor Day celebration' to be lield iii Medicine'Hat on September l. Tins was decided ;it a meeting ol the council., he lil yesterday after- noon and that about six hundred members would make the tilp Walter Smitten and Donald Me N'abb were appointed a committee to interview General" Passenger Agent MuNeillic of the C1 JJ U at Calgan, with regard, to iirniiignig for two spe- cial trains on .Labor Day from I.etli- bridge to Medicine .Hat. The dele- gates from. the. Hat, who were-- here yesterday in the interests ot the big celebration, left for Calgary this morning; where -they will endeavor to interest the Trades and Labor jnenv- bers of that city to attend the JViili- cinc Hat celebration. The Labor Day celebration in the Hat will be a mammoth affair.. In the, morning a monster Labor Day parade will take ilace, while the afternoon will be de- voted exclusively ,to Various sports or'which splendid prizes-will ho of- fered. ,In 'the evening the day's events 'KINDLING'PLAY STERLING MERIT vill reach a climax in the form of fireworks display and there will be dancing and .plenty of hand music. J'hc dav should1 he a memorable one or the .Trades. and Labor unions. CHAS. KENYON.SETS FORTH VIT- AL SOCIOLOGICAL PROBLEM IN (By Fidellb) The Majestic Theiitro was crowdtfd almost to capacity last Siiturdiiy.even- by a large ami critical uudlenco; the occasion -being the appearance of the gifted emotional actress Margaret IHIngton in ClmiloB Konjont pin; "Kindling." H bits 'remained for Kcnyon to furnish a play which gfv -Miss IHIngton one of tiie beat op'po tunities has had to her emotional ability. Throughout tl whole story of the p I ay the author ha displayed a. deep, sympathy for tli submerged masses of humanity an an intimate understanding .of'the vii ions states of in hid of the dcsperat jioor. Charles kenyon, formerly newspaper man, tolls Uie truth froi actual experience. The character of the play are cleverly set forth, an the dialogue of except-pei haps an occasional display of rhetorii Is 'written simply and with sympathet ic appeal, The Story The action of the. play Is set .fort! in a shabby room :of an unsanitary tenement in York slums wherein lives Maggie and Heini Schultz. Heinle and .Maggie ate verj poor and their1 hardship is aggravate! by Heinle being called Irom bis Cool At A Cucumber COTTAGES SCARCE IN RURAL ENGLAND MP.OSSIBLE'FOR WORKING CLASS TO GET HOMES IN WHICH -TO-..LIVE July problem ot ottagcs for the...working classes lias ccbmc.a" in many parts i" rural Englant} The cry or "hack the land" 9 is continually being aised, and .yet .there arc not. enough ters for tfil those aLaadj re living "on- theff "land: -Young men. a} they -ire dOmpt-llcd to leave the ounlry for tmuis, for if they ant to marry is impossible Nor icm to decent, or indeed, am .ud of houses jin which to icir own neighborhoods. a The Rev L1 'E Crake, rector at iVington, savs thai in his section of j Sussex dibCrict it is not uncoin- on for people to sleep in chests or while in some case1? there is tenant for each corner Of a '.room, d all goes jft-ell until there comes tenant for :the centre of .the room so Then the tiouble begins Lord Strachej1 at a recent meeting of 'Rural. District.'Councils at the JIansipn House; said no use HI talking about "back to the land" as as there was a totally inadequate pioMMon of good coUag cs in the couuin aicas work owing to a strike. Heinle has always said it would be a crime to bring a baby-into a.world so desperate as that in which their lives are-cas and in his wrath he cries out that if they should ever have a child be would rather kill'it than allow It to live and. grow'..up cramped and hope lebs In the slums Maggie does not dare tell her husband that before many months she expects to 'be mother.- ,rShe however, confides Airs. Bates, the Irish washerwoman, who informs Maggie the manner of claiming a. homestead in -Wyoming The wash -woman's idea of a home- stead is "certain lands the govern- ment no, use i'or." She in- forms -Maggie that all. she requires to get there is one hundred dollars. To get this money becomes Maggie's fixed purpose. The development of the plot later finds the idle good for nothing son of the washer- woman '-assisting-'Maggie to get the money tnrougn biealing jewels from the house of Mrs Burke Smith, the Biiobbist aristocrat'and owner of the tenement .where the Schuitz's live. Steve makes a rich haul and gnes Maggie a brooch belonging to Mrs. Smith's daughter, has taken a great Interest in her Mag. gie the brooch for one hun- dred and. thirteen dollars. Heihte Is later informed by Maggie that she has the'money to go to Wyoming but complications -develop 'and Heinle dis- covers the theft In the end, how ever, Alice, the' gnl from whom' the brooch' was stolen, c'omes to the aid of Maggie and the 'charge of theft is withdrawn. Heinie and Maggie agree to accept the stolon Clwr Cry.tal Monday AN EXTRA STRONG Tuojday THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT'S VISIT TO, WINNI PEG A BIG coining heie in and let us Introduce you to -A-'gpod Picture with dear and perfects photography. COUNSEL THE FENCE Here ts'a picture we feel proud.to booit. H is an appeal- lug and powerful dramatic subject and will make you throb with excitement. t THEIR FIRST KIDNAPPING CASE A Screaming Farclal comedy Jlio "Blograph Sleuths arc always popular and funny-at any time, but tills one is a masterpiece. THE OF DEFIANCE A magnificent "Western" Here is a film th.it dp light its oulol-door action, and entertain with itfe i ha i mms. s torj SONG "Fairy Moon" by Olive Rlctfardi, (the Starland Girl I Majestic Theatre One week start- ing TO-NIGHT MATINEES DAILY THEREAFTER. AT ;3.00; EVENINGS AT Engagement Eighth Wonder ot the World THE ORIENTAL PAGAENT RIVAL TONGS IN CONFLICT CHINESE USE REVOLVERS FREE- LY IN AN-ENCOUNTER IN A MONTREAL RESTAURANT. Montreal, July 21 clash long expected by the polite-'and in antici- pation of which an order was rc- ccnllv giicn cancelling the permits granted to all Chinese to cauj iu- volvers, occurred between rival tongs in Chinatown tonight. Over a dozen shots were the police arrived tho participants .with the ex- ception oi one giving his .-as Moon On had vanished. Moon On was ialcen to the general hospital with a bullet in his bead and lies in a criti- cal condition, although the doctors believe he will recover, and escape with the loss of an eve: The-affray look-place in a restaurant in the heart of ChiiialoM'ii and over a bullets were found in the walls of the room. It was said that another Chinaman had been carried away ser- iously wounded by members oE bis 'action. No arrests fotve been made. oi as a loan from Alice and go away'to that new country where their baby may he bom oppoi- tuuity for health and happiness. Review of Play It. may be argued by some that sue a play as "Kindling" should not' 1 L MOTION 'PICTURES PHOTOGRAPHED IN OWN COLORS KING GEORGE and QUEEN MARY IN INDIA, OF- BARBARIC SPLENDOR "OUT GLORIES THE ARABIAN A 00 PRODUCTION "THE VERY IMAGINATION OUTDONE" AB Presented Before thefr London and T. R. H. the Duke and Ducheai of Connaught fn Ottawa PRICES. 75c, 50c, 25c; Matlneee Seats on sale at Ice Cream Parlors placed on the dramatic stage 'becaui of its'harrowing details, but the fa remains that the story is true to H and is without exaggeration. It is play, that tugs at the heart strings an commands the sympathy of those wh am thing for poor suffering h manity. The -slum is clea ly- Illustrated and sho'ws conditions a they really, are today. :Miss Illingto has had assigned to her a-part'whic fits her, like a: glove.: She presentc a pathetic figure in the character part which is not easy delineation. Throughout the thre strong acts Miss lllington's work wa effective .'beyond doubt. She trans parently realized the emotional posh bilities of the part Possiblj he great scene was towards the end the second act, where Heinic denou ces her for stealing. It was here tha the star: shone resplcndently and on the fall of the curtain she was called again and again. Miss.llling ton's performance place; high plane with the foremost emo tional ftctrecses of today, in .Maggie BRIGHT LIFE TAKEN STRUCK HEAD ON STONE Out., July Ely, Iho ]9-year-oid son of R. J. EJy, .luuia- Rer of the London branch of the Oak Hall, was so seriously injured when his head struck on the bottom of tho lake after diving off the pier at Port Stanley this afternoon that ho died an hour liter. 'loronto Julj an illness, whlcli lasted foi thiec years, Lrnest Jtiddell Palerson, B.A., tho first Rhodes scholar from the University of-Toronto, passed away this morning at the residence of his father, John A, Paterson, K.C.. in Wychwood 'Park. Mr. Paterson suffered from anemia, and bis death wits anticipated. While at the university he distin- guished himself by his scholarship and his aptitude for athletics. He was a first class honor man in classics and at the.same timevwas tennis, player of the college. IN CASH PHIZES FOR BEST BREAD AT LETHBRIDGE FATH MADE PROM OUR FLOUR Sts prize list- or write for full information ENTRIES FREE The Ellison Milling Co. Schultz Miss IHIngton has come into her own The play ought to create intense enthusiasm in the met- ropolitan centres, particularly London where the slum life is so much, in evidence Bjroii Beaaley In the role or the husband, with innate understanding, Fiank Canapeau was capital in character of the tout, "Steve." Florence Robinson" "In the character of the Insh washer woman supplied the flavor to the piece with The plain clothes "cop" was remarkably well played by Frank Camp The remain ing parts were satisfactorily .played; The plaj made a veij aatisf.ictorj im- pression here and Miss Illingtonl.cau .come again any time. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Durbar in Klnemacolor Tonight "The last word in world's wonders and the most marvelous of them uas the appreciative comment of he Duchess of Devonshire, lady in vailing to the Queen, she wjt lesscd for'the first, time the. remark- able Kinemacolor repiodnction of the dazzling Duruar ceremonies-by: which George V and his loyal apouse had ho titles of Emperor aud EmpreEB: of ndia officially bestowed'.upon them. Tha Kinemacolor r'epresentations of he Durbar, comes lo the Majestic Theatre for one week comlnencing .to- Iglit, July .22, with .daily matinees ening pricts? will lie 5c to aud -all matinees 25c' and Oc, with for., children. Strong Programme, at .Starland In addition to the ordinary pro- rani arc showing .an exccl- cnt picture- of the. Duke of Con- a'ught's to Winnipeg. This is piece of photography and, as clear as a- bell: His Royal ighncss will he a visitor to. Lcth- ridgc in October, and the public mil Id not miss the opportunity of essmis his castrni visit, attended ith all its pomp and splendor. This OKtly attraction is apart from the program whirh is composed three delightful each one which is both appealing and charm- g. Miss Olive Richards, Starland Girl" will also sing the latest New York success entitled "FaiLj Moon MORGAN AND CARNEGIE ASKED TO To Give Enghib Students in American London, July a luncheon aljt i the American Women's Society London today, Dr George ganfring repreaentaUve of the Scholarship Trust, said he had preached J Pierpont iloigan, Andrew Carnegie and other wealthy Ameri- cans with a plan foi duplicating'the Rhodes scholarship scheme in such a nay that English students could bo sent to American 'Such a plan would notifj to all other nations that 'Hands AcroflaHhfl Seas' means said Dr. Parkin. VIGOROL The Great French Traic Builds up a ,Run- down system Men and Women of Leth- biidgc may now be, strong and healthy. 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