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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Way W12. THE LKTTTIWinfiE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 FERNIE PLAYS MINERS' SPORT, DAY-PASSED 'WITH MUCH'FUN-i-BALL AT NIGHT Ferule, .May May Day sports n partial report of which was pub- lished in yesterday's Herald, were brought to :i most BiicccBsful close by a. brilliant, baJi In Victoria Hall last night. Tho winners in the-different as-follows; Bust single rig and IJurns Co., driver, iUoLauylilin. Best dciublo Hart on. Uellevue wen the'football contest in ii filial witlr Michel. Tho Fernio Jim- iorts hvon from-the Coal Creek juveu ilo kicliors; f Fcrme-hoys aiao won fro Hnf- liior boys in tho baseball game, score t, The 100-yards -1'oot race was won by ShllHiitf; Penman, second ami Hen. Smith, third. The lll-yetiT-old boys' race, 100. yard! Viint to Tlbcrt'Pasi; N. Giddings BC'C- Ond. I3oys undvr first; Ii Davis, of .Michel, second, Mary Dragon was first, and Giiu second in the i Alhs, iL .Minton won first, and Miss A. Kel- nnskl second.in.Uic single ladies' ev eiit; 'and' Mrs.' Faii'dough, of Coal Creek, won 1'h'st and Mrs. Kub- iness second, in the married ladies' rice Win. WalberibV of Itellovue, won the Qiigh jump against Bonnie Smith, of 'J-'eruie. 'wtid tobfc' second money The -MO yard ttice'was a good one J Avnmint, Dodd and T. Ridge second and; third. The iat was von bv J Weaver, of Michel, who was closely chrowded tor a. while by Fernie's year-old alderman, Hobushaud, who i i H o n sfprtniie ol tupping on .obstruction and falling. Another of the kidg had tho'yracelessness of -fall- ing on top of Mr. Hobeshaud, thus mak jn0 it impo- sible lor him to himselt in time to liib lost ground. Ipc mile race op.ui wis tikeu In 7 IJinfekam ith u TI Shaw ind P tHenderson second and third. Mr. Penman won the District 18 100- irub cc i u i RuuuiSu "Dqdd following. Tho greased pig, after what must, have 'li-eei; the mdst exciting period its life u is caught bv Will M Minton won the motor c-M-le i ict .f. Bingha'ih' sedond. In (lie trap -shooting, Nicies won a sco e oC Sudd ib} Tiond OF DISTRICT COWLEY A CALGARY RUMOR 'Said That Standard Oil Company Has Acquired Several- Alberta Rail way Charters Calgary, May is rumored here they an Ymericin "jndicate nicluduit some of (he Standard Old sharehold- ers; has-acquired-several charters for i ilropd Hues in the uicUidiu0 the- Alberti Pacific railway, or. ihe [Dominion Western, as it is now cull- ed. The company are to be ar ranging lo survey from Calgary to 3'iucber-Greek: This and a line tap- ping Uicr" mineral-fiel-ds'of. British Co- luiibn le to TJO built this j-eu Ui timately the line is to extended across thp international boundary to .connect with some of the transcc-: tinental lines there; Cowloy, April ''Hoblnsoii who was kicked by a horse In Febni ary last, is sllll iiudor tliy doctor's caro and From tho that ryl'iiS'QB Lo heal. LeBllo Wordy, of Frank, 'VIVA a vjeil or at, W. J. Gilmoro's last week. Tho River baseball team arc steady praclk'o these days. They aro in good shape and ary looking fo-i matches. Among those from town who at tended P. J. Burnett's dance on Frl day night were II. W. PeUtt; Thomus Shepherd, Oj cm-go Younghimband, .Mrs, C. Latta. -Mrs. C. V. Hodgson, '.Miss Etta Latta, .fus. Hughes and Uurton Kobinson. -They report having u flnc time not to mention tho sixteen mile Tho now school is being rushed to completion and it is expected that everything will be ready after, sum- mer holidays, Mrs. Kerr. of Coleman, is the nuest ot Mrs. J. Uennett. H te reported that Jlnunie Hughes intends travelling to Tennessee school district, this season to assume ihe position of assisting the teacher: .Miss Lucy. Webbljng will ao at. the iid A polo club lias been organized on he South Forli'wiVii'playing grounds it Murray Are's. The club expect to nive a team to compete at all tourna- nents near. to home. There should bo. somo good meets this summer Pineher Creek.- -North Fork. Cowley ud' tho1 above' named' team could all meet with very little travel. It is .with much regret that. wo.have to part with Joyce and family, They leave Uiis. woelf for- their ranch south of Fincher- Greek.- Mr. Joyce has been, here" at: elevalGT for th-e uast foiir years. aiiF Joyce has -made many friends among tho young folks, who will miss her -jollv cu upain gieativ A ball 'jetuet-n ind Rhei ttinis will be pi wed on he laj Diamond batui entut May 4th. NEW DAYTON Gorilomlale, April work prognoses lapidh Si fanners WIDOW. OF WELL KNOWN MAN Whitby, Muy Clarissa, "widow of. the. late .Rev. Dr. Ormiston, died -yesterday complrtt-tl stLUm0 1 ulj sown up four niches hieh Conditions for breakuij, TC u osl orihl ind is doing his hi si to increase the rs'retch or black" on his claim. in Suniu cin there be the v jiii-1 oi our Uimitt hi boon tcirs ind ennle all through T. Pegs made several trips to and from Colitis this week. The firm ru- lort doin? i od business. v- I hpic is i ruiuoi thil the Missn flarris nim conlcmphtt pHung i lepie ntatnt in oui kciliU The would ippreciittd bj the fnrmcr'5 ionic of the boys arc talking foot- Ltll ind bischil! Thcie is of inUnal for splendid team? and Now 'Dayton, April Mrs. Oco. Whitcni'l and Mrs. John Whltpsel -and son Sydney wore [mKKengerfj to liuth- bridge on Tlmrydav night's train. I1'. M. Warren, .of. 'Milk River, was: a business visitor Dayton foe a counli! of days last week. Mrs. A. -I. Maymird and Mrs. II. V. jMayiwrd were LeUibridye visitors on Tliui'sJay's retiimiiig on Munilay., Mrs. It. I'. Anderson spent a tew days last week in Ldhbridjje. lflsworthy and Miss Ui i couple arrs. H. 10. Go! Hood i (d 11 f d us 1 isl k Ml" M( Don lid K tinned on I huisd inoinnif, jffer spending i few days in Lcthbridfie Ceo J on is iisitinn at Cirdsioa for a finv II Miuliml mil Mibs Nini (Lthbiidu Msitc rs on soiiig by way of Stirling. C Uthi u IS a pibsciiKci to I tth bnuit on s train returning on Silurdu iccompinitd In ind the Misses nif, urivtd net ith from I md 1 11 Dune in mitlt d busmub tup to I on I nda> s (rain I i passuim-r to on Fridav night's train Mrs. W. Trailer was a Lethiiriiige on Siturdn s trim Vichit itit on I ndij ing foi his home in Set tl ind ttobl Jaiguharson his hern doing some carpenter work in New Dayton, returned to Lethbridge' on .Saturday's train Mrs. F. M. MacPherson, ot Ciran- brook, H. 0., paid a" visit to New ton list tnd leutunit, old "Vll items of should be landed in to C Mciulloiigh iler Id itpa'-entatnc foi the Iseu Di} ton district J j hetween trains on Momlay Uood of Spokane i I'nig ui the e uf ML I L umpion is i business MS itoi lo I 01 gointj bv u of Dcl'a Drake a pisscngei o 1 on Monda} b I M THirPhLi son lei t 7f or Lothbiidge on Mondij You Never Yet Had a Ready- Suit that Fit Your Body, Mind and Heart, the a Hanger Back. You've siiiiply been in that's-aMV; For llio rcjuly-inade clothes wu siiow Avill pioaso you so ninth you'J] 1! loi 11 c aot oood i cs and lielicnc wh.il sec, conic ,nid ti look U on i Saturday ..Special -in Men's Suits.it River inl CRYSTAL LAKE La! e 1 lectuie hi Mr Alitford of Coildilc will be gu en in UIL schoolhousp 1 ndaj Mn Sid at S o clock Ihc sulncul of the Icctun be polcon nonaparti Yclmission 2j crnls. Rcireshments will he served 1 lie cntert iinment aid of the fund and 'avervbodv there "ric plenty to coach the K to ftttcnd fn 101 t innior teun Don t let tho Ilef GlabPK wturned from his nrntlei- end in talk Siturriav n. Bllll" ilSl.K k (if TSlbh'S on and 11 ,n on ihoin 111 it the chiui it lo be Ih.il llif is cri- LC e Ihno n lai langt of Fit lielonn Hand- Tniiwi hniis in i nnd nt 2, and 1 "Xo Charge ioi- Alterations.1' Specials in Men's Furnishings for Saturday Buyers l's Llama hose; regular 40c. Saturday price 25c. .Men's Cotton llobc; Satur- day 12i Men'1! Merino Underwear; special T.JC. M'cu'd Under- wear; .special Neckwear Specials Men's Tics; regular special Men's Hook-on Tics; regu- lar 35c. 2.5c. Bargains in Footwear Men's Fine Shoes in Bals and Oxl'ordh; regulai' and on. Kale iSaturday r, We canuol cnumeralc tho many special bargains we have to oJI'er HnLurdaj'1. Come in and hn a look. Men's Outfitters s McGuire Lethbridge one suggest steps for im in out mail tjC-mtp r ad the neus of ht'i inti on llt'i he the piprt i caches the post office. Truly, we arc behind .the times regarding infor nition pcrtiiinnt, to the world. You get out of clothes exactly what the makeis put in. You get the most out of that Suit or Oveicoat, which has the most put 111 it. you get good style, careful tailoring, thoroughly dependable fabiics and guaiantecd values s We put all these in every garment we you get all these out of every "Progress Brand" Suit and Overcoat. Ask to see the new spring styles. ,07 Made and guaranteed by Co. Limited, Montreal. Sold m'tfi a guarantee by l XcKelvis McGuire, Lethbridse. everything is in fine shapo and there 1 rink and iMilh Schimek spcni thp day with their brother, Hans Schi- nick last Sundar Mrs. Pyle and Itfiss Margaret, who have been visiting in. Lethbridge, are expected homo this week A. T. Ooxild made-a business i lo Gubsj I il e lT3t Saturday Master Harv'cv Cromliic- visited with Charles Inffram last Sunday I ij hib been on the sick list for'a few days, hut she able to attend school now Mr. '-Norton left for his homestead R. ABANDONS OWEN SOUND PORT Boats on Great Lakes Will Use Port McNIchol When Season Opens Owen Sound lias been abandoned by the Canadian Pacific railway com- piiny as the -eastern- point for -their boats on the Great Lakes and when tlw boats begin to run for Ihe Reason they will use McNieho! instead. Port NirhoJ is (lit, ame rlistnrico from Fort- William but advantage of being nearer Toronto and Peterhoru. There is also easier gniit ind ill sriiu now bo shipped by Peterhoro without touching Toronto. Owen Sound will only be n port .of call and boats will touch at that point Wednesday of each week. Tho boats are expected to begin running in n few days. Last year Ihe laiio service opened on April FORT WILLIAM PROGRESSING Fori William, May clear- In ijs for Ihe wflck ending May 2 ,in this city aro the week's business' in Ihe history of h'ort William, more than four times' the ainoiuu. that passed these clear-- ing house (ho opening; w-ack Reven inontlis ago, This {3 duo in pome moit- to inure outside capilal comiiif: 1 In for Invcsliiitfti. i CHINAMEN ,F1ED AT CREEK VIOLATED LAW..BY. SELLING- Cl- .GARETTES TO HALL DISCUSSED Pmchei LrcEl men, the proprietors Cliina- :e spec lively ot the Oviotd md LUICS ic up beioie I P Mntin ed -with violatinn the section of the ennui il ode foLlntlfa sel mi, to ininois tound tjulii nf tic cK-ifcp the eu ilpiiLL Lonife, to show lint hul been scllmt, tit ird to school oi tendtr i r iho Cckstnls fined iive dollars and in nimiiin M foi tin fust oflcnce The first reeiilar local .gun club tourninic-nf tool ICL tills ittrrnoon bu< ind ithci conch lions uicnth int rfeied a the res ill hci tint I'H u oi buds- In s mie foi u 01 lalltp it tin trips There was plcnly of fun, sport, and yniiil tu c louucr Ihcic four sqi ails t ich indnidual hiv hnds 1 he winners in tlse respective Rquails were the lolloping No 1 T J 2. D. T. Tluimson No. 3, Upton and F. Lindsay; NTo. 1, U flip public nif1 hpHl list mUil for a (iisctission of the new town hall u is H UtLnduI repte sentfitivy ralt-pavcrs. Mrtyor Dobbie ircskls-d and Aid. Kctllrs outlined he proposition as advanced by the Chief Brigade Tucker rm- the necessity oi jm.ssiiig the ic is urfci-d -one tint blioul 1 out ilu prtsLi i pliut but here tht JC. P. R. SASKATOON LOTS Saskatoon, May C. P. R. h pui chased feet on Second Imt another diflim juoblcn to deal uemie adjoining the Bnnlc Mont uith in oppoitim reil foi ?00 000 cash, and on the situ of huvmi., out the waterworks 'is piopofaed to erect one of the beat tompam to slip it is anollur' ofiice hiuldingS in the west, to he used proposition altogether now to buy the plant. Mayor Dqlibic also -ad diesied tin intetin, dauning that the wav to iliakc the'town ?o ahead, for the uitizens thcuv sthes to boost tht citi 'o then j (innot expect i to mile tiic 11, n ii p otlicis spoke briefly in favor of passing ihe bylaw a. bit, nuioriti place next Friday, Mav 3rd. hj the diffcjciit dopaitmeuts of .the company! LADY TUPPER VERY ILL- Winnipeg Mav 1 J Stewart Tup .per left today for England t called by the serious illn-ess of his niotlier, Tapper I ondon it her home in Bexley Heath, REV; J. A. DOYLE J FOR PRJNCE ALBERT Regma, May 2 T. A Doyle, superintendent of the Methodist Sun daj fachool and Epuorth leagues for Saskatchewan, has resigned and will .accept'a'call Albert :Me'th- otllat church COUNSEL .AT; TITANIC ;iNQUIRY; London, May N. Wrayburn and Hamar Greenwood, M. P., are ap- pearing at the Titanic Inquiry for the Canadian Pacific Railway and thg Al- lan companies. tlic nceii of .viequatc to K unji ire protection, space for storing fire etc lie nls.n dealt with ionic of tiic objections urpcd against bylaw. Some hiul claimed we ihould havt1 a wider scwrrago systeni, ;ti't ho Kystem grilling n indt'btodnf.ss nf ijfil ;i vrry vrlifcn our hot rowing 'SKiwerij arc limitod. ALBERTA SCHOOLS During the holiday season of 1012 three summer training school's will be held in Alberta under the direction cf t'lti Alberta Sunday School Associa- tion i Aisled the I Dt nominations. These summer schools will bo held at. White Sand Beach Cooking Lake, 2S -miles cast o-r Ed- monton: at. Svlvan Lake, 10 miles vest of Red Deer, and at-Banff. Rocky Mountain Park. The Cooking Lake .school runs from July 10 to 19; Syl- van Lake school, July 1M to Aug. liunff, August, 7 to 1G, being ten Dili days at each school. Men of master minda, experts in their depart merits, will conduct thi study classes. Sessions will bo held from 1) a.m. to p.m., leaving the afternoon froo for recreation up lo S Jtlotk when a public mveMng.wUh janitor address will bo a feature. the Alberta Sunday School Assoeia- lioa provides tents -for auditorium an-rl class rooms, and will furnish sleeping accommodation to a limited numbc'i of stud wits. Meals will be p.csrvod table d' hole or cafeteria. Detailed information may be h.id 1 y. general School Assoc- Fit-Reform Suits have the New 'English Shoulders. rotary Albcrla Biinday ialion, J9 Mackio I31ock, Calgno DIES AT AGE OF 96 Sachvllle. N. May In her %th ye.li', Mrs. Thompson Truoniini, or of Mrp. Jofiiali Wond, wlfo of the Jloutciiant-goviTnor of Nfiw BriuiHivick away al. her homo here at noon today They make a man look trim and clean-cut put vim and into bis appearance. Fit-Reform patterns carry out the English trend of fashion because the Suits are made of English Worsted, English Tweeds, English Flannels and English Serges. The making is wholly Canadian Fit-Reform tailoring from start to finish. McKELVIE McGUIRE, ;