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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETiriWWGK DAILY HERALD ummer No Clothes I roubles Her! Just Lake H i'rojii us that the 2-piece suit is the ideal suit tor summer comfort. Get into one of these' cool 2-p.iccc pro'posi- lions and let the mercury sizzle. Two-piece suits are niade to keep you feeling and looking as cool as proverbial while the merc'ury is bub- bling way up. into the' 90's. Some half lined; some quarter-lined. All of them have the shape and the lit and the com foil sewn into them with'so. many stitches (hal it can't corue. out. Pi-ices and A.: r Cool, Featherweight Underwear Hen's Balhriggan TJmlcnvcar; 2-picce. Price 45c. Lisle Underwear; and 7oc. Men's T.iglit Wool up. Men's 8ilk Lisle Underwear, Price Men's Silk Luslro Underwear. Price COMBINATIONS 1 n cotton, lisle and wool. Prices to sizes. Straw Hats and Panamas Si raw Boaters in split semiils and leghorns. Prices fjil.00 Snap Brim Straw up. i Panama up Sole agents J'or the Gco. A. Slater Fnvietus Shoes. The 2 M's McKelvie McGuire FIVE MILLIONS TO CHARITIES perpetual trust, tllp Income to lie ,do- voted to tlic relief In AiiBlralia of The widow of Walter Hussoll poverty nnd tlio ndvanc-ertieiit of cdu- Hull, says a Renter Sydney cablegram necordlng lo 'the lias lilvoc .S5.000.CO.U to be held InJ tenets of the Church or finslnnd. 7 PENROSE SAYS REGULARS WILL STAY WITH fAFT Theodore Ro'qsevelt Sai to be Already in the Field Chicago, Juno the Amei can people and the Republican vote of the country already have nomlni ed Theodore Roosevelt for preside of the United States-and that M Roosevelt and his followers will ni recognize tlie 'national Uejmbllca convention as regular, unless tl Hud ley motion to oust, the eonleste delegates was adopted.'was tho dc laratlon of Colonel Roosevelt and h campaign Dlxou i one o'clock today, Perirose for Taft "We will stay with President Tof and Senator Ponrose when told carl today of current rumors after tha .the president would get out of th way to permit the nomination of ai olher candidate. "So the Sena tor continued, "he is the strougea 'man that hae been suggested, an certainly there can be no reason fo dropping him until utter that roll cal shall have been demonstrated to th' contrary.- Hfs friends don't believe that any such necessity will arise, The opinion of the Pennsylvania Seuatpr was a fairly accurate rellec tion of the attitude of the Taft men Some, however, hold the view that In case of the nomination of Colonel Roosevelt by a bolting convention, some other candidate that -Mr, Tall might more effectually hold the radi- cal wing of tho party in hand. Thos-a holding this view the names of Gov- ernor Hadley, Justice Hughes, Sena- tor Cummins and Senator La Follette as possible nominees. There, ho'wcver, was no ready gen- eral movement in behalf of any ot them and most oiiiookers became con- vinced that thore" would be no new movement in behalf of a new man un- til after the test prescribed by Mr Penrose unless the president himself made the initiative; His friends are in close touch with him over the long distance phone. Must Purge Itself Colonel Roosevelt and Senator Dix i conferred after ih-e inuraiMfj ad ournment of the convention, and vheii they concluded the decision Mr. Roosevelt was rushed through the srowd and to the Congress Hotel-to Ills luncheon room and Senator- Dixon announced the conclusion that had been reached. "We-wlll not recognize the legality of this so-called Republi- can convention until it .purges itself c-f 78 stolen delegates enumerated in Governor. Hartley's 'motion of yester- day." Dtxon's Ultimatum The nomination for'president al- ready has been made, the people have named Roosevelt by a majority ot more than 100 delegates'to this con- vention. These delegates must bp re- cognized or we will not lecognize this convention as a regular convention of the Republican .party.- "If the conven- tion does not unseat the 78 delegates what will "That will come inter. We will await developments on this before" taking further replied Senator Dixon. "Colonel Roosevelt .arranged for a private conference with his leaders to be held immediately after luncheon Not all the delegates will be admitted "The statement that Roosevelt has .re- leased his delegate's is said Senator Dixon.1 "No such action has been taken, Roosevelt could not release these de- legates from, the states in which di- rect primaries have been held if he wanted Boost for Qurnmins Senator Kenyon this afternoon issu- ed a statement, saying: "The situa- tion today is greatly in favor of Sena tor .Pre-eminent among the ablest lead- ers of the United States Senators and siroiig 'with an established record of progressive and powerful admin- istration in bin state, he offers the ideal compromise in the present crls is, his ability and fitness for elite' executive are admitted by the leaders of, all factions at Washington and he is the least objectionable lo either ex- treme of the party hi this convention. The convention today demand calm counsel for the success of the party in tho States and in the British "Black Cat" Cigarettes stand! alone, and first always, in their field. A guarantee of this is in the _ has stood for the'best! in tobacco for over a century. 853 St. Uwrwce Bonkrird, McKntl, Qw.1 Black Cat Medium for 10 Cents PRICES DOWN Our announcement last week that our entire stock would be sold -at 25 per cent, off brought so many, eager-buyers that a great" many- could not be sen cd. In order that those who were anxious to 'secure last week may take lad- vantage of_the ues, we IHUO decided to again sell any article in the store at i 25 PER CENlVOfT SaturdayiMonday Jjook at (bo ticket and pay 75 per cent, of our ului ]iriccs on dry fioocK. Jjadie.s' and Children's drupes. or clothing fur- nishings; boots and in the men'--, (lepartinent. your pocket'book and home tho nionev vou buying here. The Palace Clothing Co. Opp. Fire Hall ;