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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. 1. THE IjCTILlUJllXM-: DAILY' HERALD Page; 7 They re correct, clean cut and crisp. If you want to feel absolutely sure of style, fabric and fit, -we know that we have the clothes here that will strike your fancy, and win your confidence on first ac- quaintance. We feel sure that we have the suit or overcoat here that will please you. All you have to do. is to come in for a look, and we will show you a range of styles that have your particular ideas materalized in every detail. Be on hand Saturday. Special Values in Men's Suits and Overcoats Special No. 1. 75 Men's New Fall Suits, all beautifully tailored, perfect fitting, easily worth more than we ask. aturday Special No. 2. Men s New Fall Ulster Overcoats, in all the newest patterns; browns and greys. Sat. Fit-Reform hand-tailored New JTall buits m all the new- est shades, in tweed mixtures, finished to your'measure. Saturday The L. System American ClotSies -for Clothes that are g'oing to make you take an entirely different view of life, tbey were planned to meet the happy ideas of the young fel- lows; Prices within the reach of all to Fail Underwear: We're often called and justly so, The Underwear Headquar- ters; we show the best. Dr. Jagers, Wolsey, Stanfield s, Watson's, etc, etc, in combination and two piece. Dr. Jager's up, Wolsey up, Stanfield s up, Watsons 90c up, Fleece Lined 50c up: Sweater Coats: All the newest in Sweater Coats, with or without col- lars, to Hats! Hats! Hats! We are showing the Stetson, Mallory, and Chrystie makes. The very latest shapes m softs and stiff Hats, to Silk Hats New Fall Shirts: Cluett, 'Peabody, makes. to e Home of the Geq. A. Slater, or Men. Prices at and Other makes in fine shoes In patent velours and box ealfs: Come in and Get Acquainted Meet His Royal Highness, The Duke In one of our new Fall Suits or Overcoats, prepared to meet the most critical demand WILBY "GREETED ATCOLEMAN ADDRESSED GATHERING TELL ING THEM THE PASS GOOD ROADS WERE REVELA- TION Colrrimn, Oct. Pathfinder Tliom- ;ia W, Wllby reached Colcinan t forenoon In his automobile irip across llio continent. After a brief stay hero during which ho addressed fin assem- blagct of the citizens, at the city hall, consisting: of. the Major, (own offi eiiils and members of the Hoard of Trade, -Mr. Wilby and party left for Cranbrook, B.C. Mo stilled that the newly-mado roud through the Pass wits one of the best he hatl encounter- ed, and expressed surprise at finding such a good road. H. Murr, pro- prietor of tlie Coleinan Hotel, went with the party as far as Kernie, to act a a pilot across the divide. A pennant, hearing the -word Colenmn, was "hast- ily prepared, and attached to the path- finder's car. along with pennants from other cities visited. .1. II. Ross, manager or the Cotenmn Mercantile Co., is undergoing treat- ment for rheumatism and taking the sulphur baths at the Kocky Mountain n! torf urn. H. Murr has on exhibition at the Coleman Hotel samples of apples grown on his fruit ranch at Creston. B.C., which for coloring and uniform- ity of sixe would compare favorably with (he "red" apples grown hi Wen- j atcheo and North Yakhmi, Wash. One' of the apples weighed one and a half! ANNOUNCEMENT OF TWO EXTRAORDINARY: FEATURES TODAY AND TOMORROW WAR WAR WAR THE SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION Tighting Dan McCaol'- A Cyclonic Presentation of War and Heroism, with Scene upon Scene of Overwhelming Sensationalism and Peerlesi Dram- atic Rendition. OTHER (UMJAT FEATURES EVERY SHOW RANDOLPH S. GILBERT THE STARLAND BARITONE COMING ENORMOUS ATTRACTION NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The Gorgeous Two-Reel Revelation "The Refugee's Casket" Beautifully Hand Colored out Giving Ona Long Succession of Gasps of Wonder and Admiration WAIT FOR IT pounds antl measured fifteen and iialf inches in circumference. I Three prairie schooners passed j through town yesterday morning, j I headed toward the setting sun. The I owners were journeying from' eastern j Montana to a location in the I fruit sections of British Columbia. i MIPS A. Cameron arrived here this week to take a posiiicu on the teach- j ing staff of the public school, render- ed vacant by .the resignation of Miss Jessie Hue, through ill-health. Cameron comes from River Nova Scotia. Miss John, TO MEET HERE- IN NOVEMBER CANADIAN MINING INSTITUTE I HAD A SESSION IN FRANK I LAST MONTH Majestic Theatre-3 nights S Oct 7 POLLARD'S FORTY OF'EM ALL IN THEiR'TEENS Monday, October Brue" GREATEST OF MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESSES Tuesday, October Toymakei" "LA POUPEE1 Wednesday, October Mikado" ____ ._______ BY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN COMPLETE MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION FOR E ACH MUSICAL COMEDY'AND OPERA EVERY SINGER A YOUTHFUL STAR ______________ PRICES........................... 75c, 50c, 25c. Special Bargain Matinee Wednesday a< 2.30 p.m. Prices 75o, 50c, 2oc MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIQ) The adjotirned semi-annual meeting of the Canadian Institute was held ;it Prank nn h Tlie Preside: 'formerly a. member or the Geological Survey oi" Canada and at present in consulting practice in Montreal, pro- aided. There was a large attendance of representative colliery' "War" At Starland, A strong presentation of war, with all iis incumbent, horrors and heroism, is to be s-ewi at Starland today, in the j 'ottering of "Fighting Dan an exceptionally vivid feature. With, scene upon scene unfoMiug a story) of military life combining sensation-j alism and peerless dramatic reudit- j iorj this presentation 'will prove to bo ji veritable whirlwind of -surprises to all Starland patrons. j rani; on Scomber i Another out-or-lhc-ordimiry product-i eut. Ur.; Alfred E. Barlow, j lon Starland on. next Wednesday and Thursday will; be the spioudid iwo reel attracUon ''The Refugees a hand coF-1 masterpiece, resplendent through-j out in scenes of exuuisite beauty, of repres-enunive colliery managers coupled with a most daring and novel and others from British Columbia and i idranmtc story. This is another of 11 Alberta. At the niornius session the cilia] business included the adoption j a resolution expressing ihc_ desir- ability of appointment, of a inin- icr of niines for the Dominion, and a decision to establish A branch of ihe institute in Urn section. Thy follow- ing gentlemen wore elected to serve in cxeeiikiu-'. :tpaciUes: Cluunnan, j .Mr. A. Wilson, (iciieral Manager of (.he Crow's Nest P.ISS Coal Cu., I'ornie, 13. C.; Kccreary. Mr. .John T. Stirling. Provincial Inspector of .Mines. Edmonton: and .Messrs. L-owis, Stocfcctt. O, K. S. H. j CouiLliarti. .Mi-Neil! and Robert This branch will be kncWn as the Mo.-ky it 01111 tain Branch of the Canadian inning- Institute. After orsaimauoii had bean effected ;i large n umber of applications for membership wt.-iv -received from coal mining onginociv present. During the aucnioon in- tcrcstiiis uapers w-ere read iiud dis- cussed as .Miniiifr i' reports by Mr. D. L. l-Iimiie, L'-'hbrldsc- t.'se (if cor.crfie in shaft sinking, by j Mr.. E. Ashburiu-r. St. Albert. i .Inspar Park Collier- s, by -Mr. Morris, I'ochnhontiis. Provincial Minr; Lv-ishition by .Mr: McXflfll. (lie Siarlaml special features, and the 7iiaiiiisemenr. have no hesitation boosting- it to the utmost. The Pollards The news ihat'th-e Pollard's Juven-j ilc Opera Company will shortly re-1 visit this city after an absence of 1 over three years, comes as a pleas-1 ant surprise. They were youngster strangers when they first dropped down upon us, bin. soon won their! way into our favor. Tiicy are more i like 011-3 happy family than any other] i iiand ot' players on the road. It would i he hard to gather a company of young- j f sters ranging from fourteen to j een years so well behaved, so aus- t ept.ib'e of thorough I raining and trhosr bolli in tlio liolel and or mus .he staso was so absolutely free, ,ra] (.nn from cause for reproach. The Aiislralifin maidens are under- the chaperonage of three ladies. They; arc enUiusiastir profession in which they are growing MAJESTIC THEATRE Thurs. Fri., October 10 11 The inu.si.cnl event of the season. In hojioi: of H. E. H. Duke, of Comiauglit's visit, special engagement ol' Sheehan English Opera Company Joseph Sheelinn, America's Greatest Tenor and Opera Star Thursday evening "II Trovatore" Fri. "The Chimes of Normandy" the most remarkable cast of Ameri- can and European stars ever heard in English Opera. 60 Trained Chorus Voices (JQ Special Grand Opera Orchestra Seal Sale Opens Saturday, Oct. 5th at J. D. lligiubothiirn's Drug Store Prices JjfS.OO, fjU.50, 7.5c. 50c with a of glory and leaves be- hind it a sense of artistic satisfaction hpftt Til H was lioi'idcii to hold the next iM-am-h at -LethhridRf 1 ure- !.h W12. On Tuos-l Thls S s. a number of ami ineiDiHTs oi tiio ruvwly formed br.ineh i rocredeil to I'tnirmore whnre j i inspected lhc ''row's Kesl Pass rc.sciH! stiii ion, which has been re ceiitly and into opern lion. The siiporintt-mlent, of tho i Cation ;i lecture on tho "The of Th nis ami an GUI line- of the training j i work ivhirli has been (lone within the last fow months. I U was also pointed out '.hat a i :-er.'Ond rescue plation had been built i ai l.othbririgf would he equipped within the rinx! few w-op.ks. ICdward M. Beck has surrounded Mr. Sheehan this season ivith the best tal- ent obtainable in opera world. A picked and trailed chorus of riovon- ly voices and a special jiraiul opera young though they are, they fully j orchostra are of tho apnredaio the value, of public Sheehaii KiigliEli Opera Company, proval. A more earnest energetic i i troupe of Thespians would he hard! On VVQnln (he Sheehan to find wi.h the happy Knack of mah- i roinpailv wiH sillg everlasting hip persona! friends of their audicn- ..'L am, ce.s, uir.il their departure retiiird-, dav evcujng; ed with regret, and their return ioc-krd forward to with real pleas-' ficers signins are to use only their. naiiu'3 without their titles, as thesa will be included in the heading. It is ralculated that these short' c-.iils in tho correspondence of Army will effect a noticeable saviny of money. .ose of ro. cw 6f the brighiei'-l and f comic operas and the liveliest leanest of nuisicftf comeili-os. Pollard -hiveiiile Co. will) cjKMi here on Monday evening ai the Majestic Theatre. "The Brillisncy of The Opera" Tl'.e Khechan Oporji t'om- NO COMPL1MENNTS American Short-Cuts in Correspond- ence of War Department Xew York-, Get. United States Urar Department has adopt-ed a ITCV system of ccrresponrtoncc, de- sisned-to save iimr and labor by the ol' what wero tcrtned "su- ROYAL ALEXANDRA SOLD panv been engaged as the !nl attn.ct.on In honor of II. (be I .I.lhrjlSPS nf :i comp.imcnlnry Du'iC of (.'onnausht's visH to tlris i city. the rfiirchati (.lornpanv iiDpntrri ii; ilm .Vujcsllc Theatre for! two nislits. aii'l Friday. Oct.1 Hlih an! i H.li, the piibiic will have the uf enjoying UK: formal of lhc re-ill Ihfiiirical season. i N'o i stas-ou readies a true Uoyal the nuit- tor wlusi. i he dramas in' nnis- by ii. ical romedy in Xy.v York, i.'hiciiuo. l.ondou, I'ai'iK or Horllu, real iroiit ol' ibfiUi'lcal PCISOM IK the opiM'n makes its cjilrauci- Offirinls of nil departments of the heeu instructed in fumre of. j ;mi1 Involving; lhc use of! "ypHpoarull.v" and j have tlhi honor." Tlie list -of (tanned pnrasea tncliules "I j v.'unld reapocl "very respect- j rc'specil'ulty i fully and HO forth. I At i hi'- head of each letter is to lie; staled liy whom ;uid for whom ihc j Icittf.r is wrilh-it and it.-? subject. Of-1 To Europe WITH SAFETY. SPEED SPLENDOR VIA' (Less than four days at Se.i) OR One Cabin Ships (Second Caln'ii) LAKE MANITOBA OJt LAKE CHAMPLAIN Greatest Comfort at Least Expense RESERVE BERTH NOW rW ansps Early Applicants get Greater1 Choi.ce Haios. Details, LiteruHire frpni.' any Hallway A'ffeui or Write J. S. CARTER, General'Agent Portage Av'e., ;