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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlmrsttoy, May i- THE LETnUIiinOE DAILY HERALD I'ago 7 THREE DAYS OF QUICK SELLING for for ..for Suits 10.00 11.00 .00 We want to reduce our Suit Stock, and we figure a "HALF-PRICE THREE- DAYS SALE" will do what we anticipate. Our Spring Stock is a large one, over fifteen hundred suits, made by the best clothing houses in the trade.. OFF Boys' Suits 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 Tr 5.50 All Boys' Wearbeiter Suits 25J Oft All ESae and Black Serge and Worsted Off. SALE STARTS TO-MORROW MAY 2nd, ENDS MAY 5th for 19 for 1.4. SALE for t for for for The Greatest Clothiers of the Great West ALBERTA BLOCK FIFTH STREET iis mm American four for chninpiona Island, London, H. C. UBS been selected to Walter S llnckniUEtar as ca ihe Rnglisb polo team, uhich is to lunttsl with Hie ;hc ii.ieruational pcio c MuadyvibrooA, IAKK June. Youthful Blood Acquired May iho loss ru Waltc: IMfhmnster from the Kng- tcr.-n regardetl as a Misfortune in tjuartois, there to be an Idea that tho team really t'lbitilution of Captain Jxjckcitt. One of fcnglAud's best po'o players said qjtelloncd today: would not Cor u minute make uflcclion upon BucknUBter or Preake bill 1 really believe the leant, as nav lonstiluied. be superior fo lonuer pair. BuckmaFler-and Freak' ii.ue Ions lieen 'Known aa pplcnrtfi places, but youtli -fflll he sen Ml. and Captain Hit7on, Captain FA- s.p.rda and Captain Chcape are fnlt of ration. Ixjckett. even if v.ol luilllftnt as Kccfcmaater, Is a reliable ninn. and I feel lhat the chances of in.icti toduy, fol- ing Hit) than yesterday, IIIIE] expect to 'welcome- tiie cup back In KngSand 'r AND KILBANE WILL AGAIN Tuesday's Ga Had Unsatisfactory Ending and Another Long- Route Mill Is Deemed Fitting J.OB Angeles, C'at, April tialions Ijeguu xudj> for a. rp-f Lnrn ina'uh between Johnny Kilbano, i the featherweight champion, u'.il Jchnny Dumkr-, who fought a round draw with lilm, at Vr-rnon last night The contest was twailsfact- in way. or ding lo the kjpaper commentators todaj. Al- iliongh led easily on pointf, tho decision given en thu ground that nmidce ihe aggrea For. Tom .McCarey :md "Sculty" toith, malinger of Dun dee, expressed the hope of polling on tho mutch )tt IP-O nr three months, preferably on July 4. ERRATIC "DOC" THROWN Moijluj-i, Consiaiit J.c- n.atin won (n two straight falls from U, Holier, the Seattle wrestler, SoluuDi T'.irk, (onlgitl. Tiie Ilelg took Uic lirtt fall In 31 minutes linlf-ncUim and crotch hold, find the -ccond, and the matcli, with a head Etissora in 21 mlnulcs LACROSSE COMMISSION PUTS THE BRAKES ON Toronto, April Donihoc. of Cornwaii, the Toroiilo home player, did tioi 30 woft night. The La crease bis irip ]n ll.o huil He'Vili pl.iy with Torontu. Delegates from All Paris of Canada arc Convening in Mo n I real trpai. May twentieth l of (lie National Coun- uf Canada opens it? pcsaions in Kroui jll por.its of the Dominion there are gathering in the c1t> women mltrefif- wide embiAcing ecopo of lie Council's aims and activities. The animal nuetitig is earlier than IE iiiir.il this year on account of the Viorld-wide conference to be held at tiie Hague thl? summer, mauy of the appear Ihc1 names of Kntherlne Cauiley, of GREAT ORGANIZATION FILLING ONE OF THE GREATEST MISSIONS IN WORLD The annual week of leing held from .May 4 to ID. montoii; Mrs Asa Gordon: Car- ic 51 nr. SiowR Cnllen; ShorU; Mrs Sanford; Mrs Stead, of Halifax: Ladv Taylor Lady Diummond. A immbor of men lionists everywhere during that week prominent, in vrorld's work for the uplift of humanity also ad- dresses nron Eiihjccts of special to tl'.e co-.iiitil. A' lengthy of reiolutions iroiu loca] t-o'.inclis nr.tionallj or- gai.Ued societies is to be considered, and nroiind several Ihere is ever) co- rrelation of and prolonged waiters such as are brought forward in these resolutions, cannot OR derldcrl oftliand. Compjl- sor> ed'jcfiticm be given an airing in one resolution, and the importation thief of ihc National Councl into Tanada IA rharltable of of Cinail.i basing nrranged to attend this in'.einational gathering v.111 BUFFALO WON PROTEST 'New York, April Harrow, of the Intetnaliona] League, today awarded ihe protested ll'iffalo- UaUirnorc gaiiu-, at UaHimore on April 2S, In Hnlfaio, li> .n pcor? of S lo The Unffalo club liad jiro- iho same hncaiiFo of the um- pire's Ttlusal to allow ;i run to scor-1 in iht tcnlli inniRK. whtn. islth the banes full, a ulld thtOA- by Jlotti hit the grandstand. nrrtn WTTII DOH31E SIDES AND ADDFIIONAL WATERTIGHT BUIKHEADS EXTENDING VROH TIIE lo Ihe TOP OF THE VESSEL Will Iron New Vcrk May 24 June 14 and1 Regularly Thereafter Ait] deiijins themselves in order 10 raise funrJa to morp efi'ectiieJy carry oil ihe viork. The (sork of th" Army, especially its >oung orphans and deserted children till ulso be ll.oroughly The Women's Suffrage AsEociallon will also bring forward their claims under the of A child welfare uill he j visited and the milk Flatten under Hie I control of Montreal Council alro lie- t'vliibltod to (he One rtenlngs meeting uill be given uji altogcthrr to the subject cif jinen'i f-uffiarp. There be dlsctis'- slons upon ihp intnilgrntfon nuostioa, (.hlld labor, the municipal ownership ol nilik supply and ahat- toirs. the work planned llio of the tv.cr.tfcth annual meeting he niiil norld-'Aldo I" stupe. Fail iinir.ediatelj.after the close of the annual session The loca] council of the of Montreal bo the and (hey groat rue-nirations to m tor In in thtir many guests. Tlic docs not Ica.l ontj to imagine thru theie bt1 innc-li for iimiieeinciLi, as it is filled lo tiie lirlni v.iih business, yml impresecs tiie fact lhat the dclefintes and offictrb ot the Na- tional' ''o'jncil are In for a teasoii of fclrcnuoiis v.oik uith icry littln play time11 Today's EtHfiou is (onnneil to tho liaic- already nriUeil hnrrjlnp from nnc committee room tn anotiier to li'.-ai TIMHV of I SEIZED PAPER Die reports and fllpcusslnps ns J ciirrn ir-PTTrc slblo In Hie chort of ilav., 01' SUrrRALihl I tb Tiic eu-ninn nlll takr tlm! _________ form oT a rmop'ion trmUred (lie Xt-i iUmal Cornell (IHi-jsaltfl in ilnjfil Vu--1 30-Thorp nil) ho. Itoria Collopo liv-McCIII i no Hie olicial nratfaiur ni An coi.ccrl will IIP f-ivon in I H.P oHn- al ol ti.c Militant ,t__ Not cntitfiit and social operatioiiSj hns re' ceLrcd tho approval of all tlafst i. Some striking statistics of the agen ies at n-ork [hrongho'ii the world are: countries nnd colonies: languages in rrhich they preach; 240i missEcnaries; 450 day schools in I titen lands; S hospitals anrt dispen paries; 117 rcecno 23 mater nliy homes: 5G children's homes and creches; OOOJ corpa and outposts onicers, cadets and employeps local ofltciTs bandsmen; 102 shelter ?nd food de loU; lieds supplieil lo mei il 1 l.SSOj-lvr meals sup piled; UG Jio'elf for workint; pnople received 23T3 passnl out patisfac ory; tolni nnriilier sodal institution: C'I'G H1CAGO TRIBUNE REGRETS RE- MOVAL TO ALBERTA OF THE NOTED STOCKMAN TLat the oifered to locknirn In Alberta aic being il anil grasped by the stockmen n dhlant parls of tiie rinljej Stacec, nd Ihal their to this tuiiiitry beinu felt, is cvldfinceil in the fol UIIK avlicle Mr. Galbialth nome of his test stock at (lie Lfrth- PARLIAMENTARY ASSO. WILL GO TO ANTI- PODES VIA C. P. R. Loudou, April 30. The Bnipire Itamenlary association today a cable Station from the Ausuai- associ.iiion for twenty English nembers of Carliameiit to visit there this summer. The invitation was ac- ccjited. Tiie Canadian f'ress Icarus that tlic members who v-Hl-ac- Tldge Spring Show, and will return n ,Iune to shnv. at the Exhibition article appe.ired in the Chicago j cept (lie Imitation to uslt Australia )r.ily Tribune: endeavor to Canada. The party includu members on both sidc-s of the house.. The visi. be tnacie nhout tisc end of force is to in? argu- ne uts that the horse hrt-eders and illicr live siocli bircders nt the Unit- ed Slates need and desenu more "ouragemenl and aid from cities, Considering that Chancellor Viscount Ifatdanp, Foatmaster Gen- eral IU. Hon. II. L. Samuel, and Sol- "lleic I> a fa up i.ne: UNSEATED MEMBER AGAIN 5UC-1 CESSFUL WINNING I WHITECHAPEL SEAT IN LONDON I.or.ilon. April result of th-> bjc-cieciion in d ni cl, r (he of Si: Stuart S.in whit'h ought lo on thla side uf the Mr. Galoraltii is meetings daily, with the fxcep-balc nagSiai1 of Sunday and an evening ses- forlornly at tlm doors and at the decWon of the Prhy Coimcll commll- sion, WHITE STAR LINE, which the great Inciulrlnjf Into the matter of ovenmg SCB-J anf] nad parilcinatlcn of the firm of Sir Si the program for rtay moriths Sanrjfll Co, of which he the ii'Ri tn (liargc of the Montreal j HIP idjd ex- 1-ead, in the purchase cf silver fc; Ttic flficrnticii a an to ML-' to c.nnlj I rmnali! -Sir. Ann rlc Hfllrviif 'JIOI.HS [bcj bad in icbrnc m ol Jlro.KUlIp s'tntlng rink dfSt.-oy Afl 111C tt'C- flurinw fhf t i.rait.i L'il 1 ftiid more than once hail been fkud :o act ns one of Ibe judges tf.c Mirs bold [n Alberta Mis nor hove bnen winners at the lead In the slates Jiml at 1h' itiUrnailonal whon competition keen and judging tcry close. There fovp his dLClplon to remove close tiie l-'drnontcn exhibition grounds 1 cc-rt-i-n to influrnco will other breeders, and Kdtnonton entri prise In encouraging gcnd stock be ju-tific'l He has th opinion 'hit feu- exceptions Hi Edmonton i ''ibitlon grounds are fi lo any h the- slates, and celled by only one hi Can3da." arliamentary recess. slates and nation in the announce- ment of the fcr Uie removal Icflor Uenerai, Sir J. A. Simon, K.C of Alex Galurallh from Vt Ul.M'aic ?lready their Inter.- Earnonton, Aila He cupHrert to visit Canada thts -Thn ribbons his airing of io heavy Dommloa is evidently going [o be a horaea at tho si-rli.tr stock show, hcbl j favorite holiday durinE the n a gtonii'ls which the taxpayeia of Edmonton have es- tablished, and t.e became strongly impressed wit" adjutages of Central for Hie stockman thnt he fort tin It It decided to re'iiovc lo tlic Kdntonton co'intr) mid uol talic bis horrc-r bark to Illinois, -ir.il ul the same time his market uas t'iuati) jTolilable, thanks lo the assisrarifc of the municipality in exhibiting MET HEAVY WINDSTORM Rouen, France, April fter an eighty-mile flight from Villa oubleay, ran Into a. windatorm when ver this rlty, and was forced to ab- n his Journey to Scotland. COL, MUNRO PASSES AWAY Ont, ApHI James Munto, former of the de- funct Knrmom' Bark, died here <'.onlng of dlsea'Cj aged yrars vHh all It means In misery. Proper hablia ol ea wiih a Na-Drj-Co Dyt after meal, reilcrfi food tior.. health and h of Tablsti caiu your NaHcnal Druf ak'd CM of Cattftfe. Unified. ;