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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S. J TTi: LETHj^l^lPGE DAIIiY HERALD Friday, March Slvtliril. Are Not Clothes Freakish MOOU �l Each suit stamps its wearer as a man of discernment and good taste. Nothing overlooked to produce positively correct style. No portion in which workmanship is not hest possible. Travelling, holidaying or business suit-3 in 1-all that is needed in a suit is there. The Price-$15.00 to $30.00 � Saving money and patience on a cu^om tailor's attempt, with a, surety of satisfaction. Tin: |{k\tij:v (o., ij>hti:i) LETHBRIDGE AGENCY PROPRIETORS MASSEY GOT EIGHT YEARS Two Inquests Hela At Frank - Citizens Leave Town ^.Spt'ciiil 1(1 iiii' Hcinld). iMiiiik, Mnicl) ::3 - Woiii lias bcfii HTfUfd froiii MiMisc .law thai Mius- who wiis iinosied Iiurc w\w (leatli ot one Thos. Hardy, wlio was : found drad in Mint pliiec some days ii^o fliuii liiiUiM wounds | 'I'hfl jiuy foiiiul that Ilardv had ; cximc to hifi death by suicide, cnusurt by shooting liiniscif while in n state of nielnncholy In the case uf Samuel Woodman, who Was found (lend in the ruins (if n i shark ai llillercKl, ilie'coroner's jury ; decided that the deceased came io his . ' inne aiTo, char.ned uilli (ihi.iiniu,!!: i death In n liurniiiu; huildinit, while in. !;oiuls under false pietvuees,. has been ;i stale of intoxication. j i etjtivicteri of The above otTence and al-j Two well known rcsident-s of Frank so of forgery and seulenred to ei.^hl left this niorninp; for Vancouver.' '>eats Corporal Howe:s. who was a where thev will take up their resi-uiliieb.-. at the trial letunied this dciice, in the persons of .lohn (.'arson morning. and Georpe \\ullace, with their iam- \ii iiKiiii'si Was held last .SaHirdav ilies. They will he ini.s'?.-.Hi here, hut , Rock freek. Coroner I'itlkney pre-� nu.r host wishes go with them to j . sidilis. to inipiire into the cause of i their new home SERMON PREACHED ON MISTAKEN IDENTITY MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manaaer PHUNE 64*. Maude Henderson and her big company One week commencing Ma^h 27 MONDAY Uiis the key-1 Sadder cvoii than this was the case notP of IV. (Pattersons sermon last of the mi-^talcen t hfon.a ""lio, liellevitiR j niiiht. The dani^er ihio many a man. .^^^ Piiem.v e-.oii in this enli..ihiened .i,i;e. has to ^�J^|.^. .tuard a.i^ainst is mistakim.; thp enem.v ' There are thousands of .\oun8 iiieii lor Uie friend or ih.e friend for the today outside ilie ltiid\ oi these ania/ing iiftures >nre.idir;� over sac- cilv Cessive decailes The I inlei! Slaii growing f.i-ilei 'iian e\er hciore The 'tale of l he emcs " rii if li urow til amoiin the cil considerable M/.e has been hiRhesi IC". (I awarded to Hirmineliam.. \la . winch showed the phenomenal increase oi per cent durini; the past decade 111 iiiat period it developed from .1 I distincllv minor tank-ha . 01; only (S.tl.'j in lUno-u, ,,Me "( 1 lie iieai ci'ies of the -ouih. li now li.is IS a Willi- a population oi l.r.!.ii>.'i Scnrceh '-ec- iI'iN.ilT. .,1 d is line of the most pro-I i;lc.~si\c 1 ii If- ,.| llic ccMsl. Til- lamer ca.stein cilio ,.\erac;eil .iboiit Jo pel cent 1111 rensf dunnu. the past tel. \ear;. New ^Hrk In imj the looked one -.hiiuiii; ivci.'plioii to this rule homo because the.v think their pur-The '.\ oMilerf.i! urowili 01 the metrop- ems are restricting their llliertles, bo-oil.- iiced- 1,0 cmnienl ..1 llii-^ lime eause the.v. in their inexperience In the middle west, flevclaiid ,ind "i'' ''"'ei wa.vs of ihe world. Del r,'it !:iai!c tile biccest gains. Vccnrriinc to (dfirial lieiures of ihe i.eiiMi> Imrcan. the ten larire.st cities ill the world are ranked 111 Ihe iol- MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. T TONIGHT And two performances to-nnorrow U. Hope Leonard's Spoctacular Operetta AUCE IN WONDERLAND 26f th'bif bcS;t friends, their fa-(downward way and turn him back be-ilicrs and mothers. Choosing rather'fore he is eternally doomed. It may ;io lisieii to the jubtle voice of thelribe tUm prosperity, or adversity o." lowiiic, order London. .New Vi.rk. arch-enemy, :^j(tfi.jihfy;^ break tho|si'ckuess, or sometimeB death, will I'.iris. Tiikio. I liicago. Herlin. ^i-'bonds thai'liind them to that which isigerve as a barrier to his further pro-cnii.., -"%t. I'etershutii., I'hiladelphia. good and true, and ao their own way : gress and show him his mistake. MdsfMW The I nited .'^ta!e> is the tin ai last some great trial comes to 1 Those who go down to sin do so mil', nation with three cities on thislhem. and they are shown their griev-lover the dead body of .(esus Christ, lisi. and UusBia the oni; \ w 1 . Tb.e iact tii:it the urb.ii. i.invcmeiil II. the I lilted .Siatci. IS not waiiiii.t;. nation w itli ,ous error. i The firsi ase of nilsiaken identity is as old as the world itself. .-\dam the friend of all, who was slain on the cross to save them from their sin. Thev have mistaken their best friend deriul storv Ihe larips have l.innuish onri to Hirminshi.m in growth wen cd, while the cities have aiisorhi-u liie f.os .\n,E;eles and .'^c^itlle. ilie former hut piob.ihly a pcrmaneiii feature nf youufi blooil oi ibe nir.il liiotruis siiowiiifj an inere.isc nf 211 per cent . uiir iiatioiial life, is indicated 111 There are now hit;. cities m lije and ihe latter I !M per real inaiii wass f)f the ITii largest cit- I'liiled ."Stales haviiif; .1 population i>f The most niat'i-ljuiis slory lold b> ies in the C'umiry. I'JO \how a sreat Wore than lOII.UUn. The con bined 1 be census i.s ilie ania-im; e;rnwt.'i of er Mi(rea.--e \\\ the last dcctule than in popui.-iiion 01 these liilv niunicipali- the jj^ieitic coast. With tlie excepiioii the period 01 i,si)ii-1 !i(ifi. and ST als,. ties is 2ti..ifl-'i.li IT. Thus means thai 01 a few sporadic cases, cities in nth- sin.w a liiirlier perce!itai;;e of increase nearly per ceti^t. of the enure pop- er seciions of tlie conv.t!! havesiiowii The liuieau of tlie census is autlior- tiiiilion 111 ijie lialioii is now living a iiri-.nial raie of mere.ive. the periud |i\ idr Uir stalemenl that imIU oiie- undcr conditions whifh ij^re cither tne- o: 'iiiusiiroom' eiowih l,,ivins: la �.- third oi ihe cities of 2.'i.l)t# .;i,d over ttopolitaii. or approximate ilie iiie- ed , bu' tbr- far v recimont in .-M-bert.i, two irom e.ich cavalry lCj;!-inent. one irom the array j merlic.ii r.i:: . ... � iii.,ii i he field ar- , tilleri. . i.i.r 'S- nnny service lorp^. and one iii'in each imlcpendeiit .�-(|uadioii ' . I three men will Ko 1 l'"iisj|icrs of ridmon-Ibe Hi'ird rifles, of .11' the lllth .Mherra � M lOlmonton, from I'ic 21 I \llierta hussars. oi AV-dicuie Hill. twi. irom the 33rd .U-beriLi ratniTs. 01 Macleod, one from the r.ov.atv .liev ' orps, one from the .iiiny te'dieal corps, t'algari', i,ine Grand* Forks, .V .D., March 22.- Crygtalizatiou of the opposition to the:agreement, adoption of the CHnadlan reciprocity afiieement by Congress was brought about in Grand Forks at a meetFiig of from the lied Deer independen; squadron 01 li:;lit horse, and two from the I.Oth li(;ht liotse, and two from the l.Tth li'jht hor.^e, w'hose licartfii..ir-ters are m (..'alEiary. Altocetber .\lbertii \vill have a re- P'ominent farmers and business men presentation 01 about ciRliteen, ex elusive of t)ie mounted police from this province. ' Only a few men have yet been chosen to rcrpsent .\lberla, but in the be held over the entire state, at each ed protest of the ntire farming population and buslneM Interests of the state. There is an executive coramii-tee representBtive �)I the state at large. Petitions to CohiresB itckinst the I agreement will bf igiven tht widest possible circulation and very other means will ibe emnloyed to give weight to the state antmonism to the Saturday afternoon there was a convention of about 250 T^al^ corn . farmers land busrnieHS men at Hillit-|boro, at which rMoluUons were ad-. hold last nisht. As a result a state opted against the trad* treaty. Hn-, convention will be held In Grand ii^r meetings have been called in var-t'^orks on April 4. As a forerunner to:,o,9 section of the sUt* to be held : the state anti-reciprocity convontion^^iig week, a series of county conventions wlll| _ maiorilv of these cases applications ,f which ten delegates to the state' Advertising-will not "pay" a store nrc hcini: leceived by the nniccrs com meetlpg wili be selected. � unless "that store can make the ad- iiiaiiiliii!; fioin nicii who are anxious In charpe Ot the campaign'ai^ainsi vertising pay "YOU. .IiUSt in the de-to �o .\'l these who fu> will have reciprocity in this slate, the piirinsc. gree that It does that will it grow I being 10 lay before Congress the unit-, and prosper. What Has Dandruff Cot To Do With Baldness ? 10 iindernii a stiff medical examination. .Old ii;eif ii.ui.vs musi be .iciil ill lo the iiulh.orities at Ottawa by .-Vpril I The conr.'LrenI will leave t'liebec on two .'"nf - n-'-d on Ihe return journey 'will leave the embarkation poiii. in Knglatid .ihoni .July 2 .\s they have to he drilled as a 'iini!. before Roini;, it'rueaiis tb,ii those who .no will have to he [irep'icd lo rmc two months time to the unvernment. THIRTY MILES OF SHARKS Through Eaters Sea of Man- fort land. Ore., .tlnrch 20.-Presum- . .-((-e till- .�(laieiiieni. rvery day Liner Steams thai li.p one e:t;'.3e nr balJnePs Is fle-n- i '.Sonip of llip HiiLius," coiiiiliued \Ir 'r.-uo. dan.lrliVf often precfldos th� ' P'rcani. "like Miai of Stetller, not onl.', ari'n-i- "r il;t :iHir. I . , , , , . , n I.s ei|.ially li i(? that you know .earned the resolution endorsniK iln: ni(?n wh'i h .sno.:k of liali- y6u can. ^, , . , , , v.. , ;a^rpemen. l.v a unanimous vote, bill hi.r(l.v r,,,nb througl,. who ha.� ,ably having been frightened away , . . , : rarrlp.l arouml ,1 landnifT lii.den collar Iti-oni Uieir accustomed hiuinls by an showed their auproval b.\ fiverv one us lonK n.� yui, |.;,v,. known ttiem. . ', "i"'". of Ihe delegales rising lo his feet and! Vol have al.s., .ec, men whose scalp ;earthduake or a volcanic eruption, li lilt (jiii-Ki iini wa.s kcjr ;i� fi.uii 11 .s" ,1 bahy's who�e � rhoMgonds of Asiatic maueatinc ebeenn;.' for Uie resnlmlon. winch 1ialr was s.oelv de|.artlng. ^ niouBann.- 01 .vbiaiK, mautaLiub nif.-.n- ur, iniieh lo the farmers of West ''''�>' ''"m'lufi' i.Tlk sounds well and ,sharks darkened tho sea over an area mean.- -o mu,h 10 ,n. ^'rm"'i-o-;! o'.?r'"ehT'' ""' "'''"^ ''If reiirs,. iiaiiiirn'f isn't a good thing off the Oregon const yesterday. cl'iVai'e.Vi ""^ ""'y '" , From 7 until in o'clock the Ameri- �riio .name iriiiii.ie iiiai "nu-ieti tht can Hav.alllflii liner ralcon last night Ii;'^W';;,/;V\.;:;;\:;r""r'ihe''c,^SBe''^n.i w�s steamm, throush the ^reai ariesi Ihe i(,.ss nf "..i\v, ym: will luop ^school and she was reeling off in miles an hour. ern Canad" �'The best resoliition I have .'i-i lai 'received on the (|iiepilon was ihnt Iiassed by the How Island locai uiiloi' of the t'. I-'. .-X. I':very' oSieeiion that eo'.ild iinssihly be raised, lo liie aKree meiit wa..i ^ r. 111. oua.v s sioro ad^ I.. cis 101 vou.' ontaln Ouc for each everyday ailinwt 'fhe sharks were crowded together and each appeared lo he about 3(i feet in length. They seemed to be headed In no particular direction. Just how far the mass extended our lo sea could not be determined. Sharks still were vijsible for a distance of four miles on either side of the vessel. Xervous and fidgety, the maneaters led the officers of the steamer to the belief that ihe.\ /lad uecome panic Blnckeii oio> sjme upheaval in 01 lontf: ur (.ouihiDrii waters and like haaiici leiiii-^ liie.- fled fo, n.eir Uvea. G RAY and Brown are the dominant shades for Spring are showing both these colors at their best in superb English Worstedn and Scotch Tweedi. Fit-Reform was first in Canada to give high Class, I^and tailored garments for men at reasonable prices. act McKELVlE &'McGUIRE Sole Accntt for LethbdcW. . 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