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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHinGJE DAILY HERALD Friday, Jnl.y 26, TOMORROW (SATlfllDAY) Is absolutely the Last Day of our Great SALE CAMPAIGN Look over this list We are sure you will see something you can use and you can Save Money by Buying Now MEN'S SUITS Menu's 25.00 Suits Down Thtp'se Suits are the season's most fashionable choicest fabrics and .the hest-tail1-. oriii'S. Conservative or extreme styles. A suit -for every maii or young man. Suits Down to cheviots .etc., very neatly tailored. The fabrics are choice and are fully guaranteed Men's Suits Down Men's Suits Down to............ COOL UNDERWEAR Men's Underwear. per garment, down to35c We liaiidlc the best makes of Underwear. Our light weight Underwear covers everv stvlc and fab-rics'Hiat. is'desirable or wanted 1ml- briggaii and J isle, hall' sleeves and' '.full sleeves Men's Combination Suits, "Underwear Per Suit, down to 95e. The man who "'prefers "Union Underwear can" find here a fine line of the best makes and in and Coat Shirts, down to 05c. This is a eluiidb the products of the country's Best shjrt makers. SUIT CASES Bxtsa strong leatlienand cow leather lined, corners, nut side locks Case Suit Case Suit Case 110.50, Suit Case. cases of sole hide. -Linen or heavy leather strap's, brass down to down to down to down to Panama Hats Panama, hats are again on the .top wave of popularity. ''There, are more Panama Hats worn this season than ever before. Hats clown to S8.50 -Hats down to S7.50 Hats down to TRUNKS When going from home take "a goocltrivnk. It means peace of mind during the jnurifey and comfort after yon.arrive. Eead: 111.50 Trunks down "to 17.50 Trunks down to Trunks clown to Secure one ol these trunks while they last. MEN'S SHOES DOWN TO The splendid leathers in our.Men's Shoes to- gether with" perfect and skilful..- shoeruaking. form a combination of shoe perfection in tan. patent, colt, and gun metal calf, swing or the straight last, high toes, short ramps; button, lace or Blucher. Smart Young Men's OXFORDS Reg. down to High heels, high toes, button, lace or Blu- cher. fine Dress Shoes down to MEN'S HALF HOSE; plain colors, in fancy shades, 25c per pajr, down to L KEEL BIfOU THEA TRE T01DAY AND Three.Plece Orch..tra SATURDAY Alway, HOBO of this much maligned Sec Train hod ..doplecl fqr TWO -OTIIEJK KEELS OF STEHLIXG MFKIT .Special ilatinoe -Saturday at 2 p n, each child will be presented with a package of- oMim the Children's' lu-.e Monday and Tuesday July29thand SOU, a special Two-Peel Feature. "A Blot Jn the' l-amlly hoautifuly portrayed and WJUi infceie ing-.scenes and 's subjects; Prim, Children 10c: Adults 15c WHITLA WON SWEEPING VICTORY C.P.R. Must Provide Lots in New Townsite and Move Buildings Calgary, July When H, railway moves a station, it must not only pro- vide similar lots ill the new town site Tor property owners In the old one, mt must also either remove their res- denoes and buildings, or compensate hem for the loss, says an order is- sued today by the Dominion Railway; Commission in the case of the town of vs. the Canadian Pacific Railway. The railway is re-locating ttje line Seven Persons and Grassy .ake, on the Crow's Nest Pass branch the grade from one >er cent, to four-tenths per cent. It s. willing to provide new lots for the roperty.owners, but declined to move leir buildings to the of it the new town will e located. The order issued'by the ommlssion provides that the build- ings 'must either be moved by the railway, or else compensation must he paid. Chief Engineer E. Sullivan, of the C. P. R., estimated the .value of tire structures at JJJ.OOO, but the com- missioners said they would appoint an arbitrator, if necessary. "We have taken the 8aid j Commissioner Scott, after consulting with Commissioner James .Mills ajid Commissioner "A. 3.' Goodeve, "that railway has established a sta- tion, "we will not enter an order to change its location without some spec- ial reason. We are constantly asked to move stations, but we will not or- der the railways to so to great ex- pense after they have constructed the station in a proper manner, just to suit those who want it moved. Now he shoe seems to be on the other foot. Even if new lots are given the residents in the new townsite, It wil i entail a hardship on them to move the j residences which they have already I built. "The structures may not 'be of great value, but a poor man's home is his castle, and he Is entitled to just th-a' same rights as the railway." The house The Ipiof. Novelties (Friday) MONSTER WEEK END PROGRAM r ViAD' 0 AKLr- ,lf iht and mw': elaborate event in th. world. It.shows-.the choicest'horses and riders of 'everr nation SioJ. See tho competition for The KING ED. WARD CUP-Open to all nations. This is absolutely a sl.ht of a lifetime. Dan't fail to sec It. ThreciOther "Pull Keel'' Pictures of Sterlirig 'Quality. IRISH Miss Olive Riclfrds (The SCarland W. Little. MAJESTIC THEATRE The Durbar in NATURE ITSELF A ITTV CLERGY AND DI UETHBRID.GE-S. Lf M. ENT KING GEORGE AND QUEEN MARY CROWNED IN INDIA MATINEES EVERY DAY; ADULTS CHILDREN 25c; EVENINGS 25c, 50e, 7Sc, THE PRESS THE OFFICIALS THOSE WHO HAVE SEEN THEM OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH STREET WAS DROWNED AT MACLEOD YOUNG FARMER MtT SAD FATE IN THE OLD MANS' RIVER MlclttKl, July in the Old Man Tirer within the town limits.'; -wmm tho Cole, f.i- IViilia Bngllshrosn, yestefday ng to ills reports was driving a en- deavored to ford the river above the .Mackenzie bridge. Some of the workmen employed on the water- works ditches near the hospital, about two o'clock, heard cries coming [rom the river, and hurrying rapidly to the scene observed Cole's horses hitched to the wagon struggling'In the water above the bridge, with Cole hanging on to the rojKi, The rescuers succeeded In getting Cole to thfl shore, where Drs. Ken- nedy and Mllhurn worked ovor him 'G i ifi Alll.t C auKLSS Tnt horses were sftved, however. The deceased man. who was a na live of Jtaltaal. Inland, a wife and two children to mourn his loss. NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC The Toronto Academy of Music, which works in the west, from its Winnipeg office, has opened a branch in Lethbridge and will coyer the us- ual conservatory voice, piano, sultur, violin and mandolin. Offices have been secured In the Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. build- ing and there is no doubt but a suc- cessful venture will result in Leth- oridse. It is stated that the instruct- ors are in the front rank of their pro- fession and pupils will he accorded all the advantages of Tor- onto concern. MAJESTIC THEATRE O Nights and Wednesday Matinee. Commen- O cing MONDAY, JULY 29th THE GREAT Albini-Ayolo Vaudeville Co. ALL STARS Magician Illusionist FOUR MUSICAL .AVOL03 Acknowledged Exper's BESSIE ALLEN Dainty Singing'and Dancing Comedienne THREE STRATTON BROTHERS Scotch Comedians, Dancers and Bagpipers COLBY andd WAY, The Ventriloquist and Mechanical Doll TOM BRANTFORD, Popular Story Teller and Mimic, "The Human Band" MLLE. OE VALLANCE Beautiful Phenomenal Contralto DERVISH WHIRLWIND AND NOVELTY ARTISTE PRICES: 51.00, 75c, 50c, and 25 Scats on. Sale at Rochon's Ice Cream Parlpr Twenly-lwo head ot cattle were kill- ed by lightning on the farm of Mrs. Ferguson In Harwich township. CROSSING OCEAN IN MOTOR BOAT Philadelphia. July small motor boat containing four, .people headed toward Europe.was sigfited far out on ihe Atlantic ocean "by the captain and passenger; 0[ the Pre. torla, which arrived yoilerda'y from Hamburg. Captain Mass at drat thought the honf mloht vlvors from a .hlpwrcckcd vessel but as no siKnal, were displayed, pro- ceedert without asking the'boat's des- tination, The little craft which skipping men say may be Hie Detroit bound from New York to Queenntown, was seen from the deck of the Pretoria July 201h. On the previous day two Immense Icebsrgs. one ISO feet high with a about 1200 feet in diameter, the other more than 100 feet .high, were sight- ed. TO CONTINUE TARIFF BOARD Washington, July Senate by. a'vote of 34 IbJli.. adopted an amendment to th'e sundry civil appro- priations bill-authorizing for the .continuation of tariff bosrd. A Democratic, amendment .creating a concessional coniwUslon was ne'eated 31 to 21. I MUSICANDDRAMA by F1DELIO) International Horse Show at Starland Today No one should; fail to visit Star- land tonight, and see the magnificent reproductions of the Horse-Show. The pictures iii'e Said to be one of the best aeries yet shown.in this city. The other -features on the programme arc said to be well worth seeing. Albinl on Monday nf majji" should not over- took' tho visit of the Great Al'binl to the Majestic Theatre, commencing here next Monday evening. The pro- j gramme mnde up of a number of excellent'vaudeville which have aitalration wherever seen. UNRESERVED DOUBLE AUCTIONSALE At 627 Ninth Strett South Street) 0; Hlgh.Clais and Practically New HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Being the contents of two rcfiidencefi, the proiicrty of Messrs. E. 0., P...Iorgenson and assembled at Air. K. Jorgenson's residence for convenience of sale on Wednesday, July 31, 1912 AT M. Two Golden Oal; (lining suites 2 extension tunics. 2 sets China cabinet and sideboard Sido Table. Onk Clock. Parlor FurnltUri fi Oak rockers 2 Conches (lunging'lump Cenlro tables, elc. Oak Cabinet and Bookcase. Contents, pf five bedrooms, including five beds, s'prlngs anrt mat- tresses, Birds-eye Maple dresser and sUhcl. Oak dressers and stands, .ware, carpets, chairs and rockers. Kitchen range, kitchen utensils, crockery, glassware, etc. .2 large refrigerators; .cabinels. hcntlns stoves, blinds and curtains. also cabinet sewing machine in first class order. .Tiie Auctioneers wish to draw public attention to this sale as all tho above linen of furniture are of first rate nimllly and in good condition and are for absolutely unreserved sale Goods'on view morning of sale. Galvln A Co., Roomt C and D. Balmoral Block Phor.e MZ5 JAS- B- .GIBBON, AUCTIONEER ;