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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LETHBRIDGE HERALD i Tliursdiiy, frcm.bcr 7, 1011. Tomorrow afternoon and evening THE VISION OF MARY MAGDALEN AT EUREKA THEATRE KIPP TOWNSITE CASE AGAIN ARGUED BEFORE RAILWAY COMMISSION It is Mystifying and Awe-inspiring, and has commanded respect and attention While it is n sacred subject which all good peo- ple should bee, it's interest is compelling to everybody. In addition to this wonderful ijuintlns. foet of Select .Moving Pictures will be shown also Baby I'ieuires. SELBY CASE IN POLICE COURT Ray Ausbrook and the Victim Give Their Evidence These are exceedingly busy days with the city police and court roo nieach morning presents a scene of varied character. This morning a Jice-iip of considerable number greet- ed Magistrate Ball. Two were lined five and costs or fifteen days. other disturbers of the peace were present to answer for a I) and D charge, and were soaked the usual tiiree with the option. One, Terry U'owner, pleaded not guilty to a sim- Wind Storm Wrought Ha- voc in Chicago Har- bor Chicago, Sept. gale blowing itil fury of a hurricane which jswj.pi southern Lake -Michigan, has strewn Chicago harbor with wreck- age. Fifteen yachts, the property of No Decision Given; Tent Had to be "Erected to Accomodate Interested Crowd; Many Lawyers Present Xo decision reached today in connection with the location of the Mpp towusite. It was hardly ox- I pected Hut ihe would go so far as to reach a definite decision, and when il was learned ibis mornins that Chairman .Mnlicp of the Hciinl of Haiiwav Commissioners was not will] tho commission, were with the board. Mr. Mabcis was called from Oil- gllry last night to llu; bedside of his mother in Minneapolis where she hi seriously 111. This left only Prof. McLean of the coroinlKsioneis to hear the evidence, and ho was aided by li. I'icbardfon. acting secretary for the western tour. Many Lawyers Present Snpt. of the C. 1'. li. at mi- ry: Mr. .Me.Mullen, live stock agouti for the company, and Mr. Walker, the company solicitor from Calgary, were present 10 look afler the interests of! tile company In their to keep i the [ownslte on Us present locution j on On the other hand W. C. Ives the when ,lMy reached! Kipp. wcre lo rlt" lHose wllo were anxiously awaiting the finding of the Board in ihe WiM-e assured ihat tiiey would not he able to get any information today, hs matter was however threshed out from ail sides, and the decision of the Commission will he handed down in ihe course of a few weeks. The hisiory of the Kipp townsito .teal is well known to ilv. people of Lethbridge and district, for during the past two years, in fact ever since the LeiJibridge-.Miu-Ieod cut-off mo operation, the question of lilt the claims of the farmers who wish lhc> while J. R. rainier looked after the interests of tho farmers who wished to keen the station on 30. The Case Opened -Mr. Ives opened the case for the lacllon wishing to have the station removed to lie stated the facts of the case as brought out in th? meeting, ami backed his con- tention tin hy a petition signed by CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADWJI 'BLOCK Splendidly Complete Stocks Of Finest Hosiery and Underwear We arc in seleeliiift1 onhf such linos of.liosiory mid iinderwoiir IKS shall prove coiiii'oilalilc and most ser- viceable. The jyarnioiils that next fo (lie skin neecl.lo .seilceted with tlic care, and have provided to suit the cli- mate of Lethhridgc, at prices to delight (lie inosl economic! il women. put of the sho has been Uon- I ne minds of the people who are in- wl the Chicago and Columbia Yacht Club, moored in the harbor, wen flashed to pieces and sunk, and man: launches and sloops demolished. Sev- eral freighters are reported destroyed just outside the harbor. The storm ab.-ited at daylight. It is said to be the worst storm in twenty years. If came up suddenly shortly after mid- night following wind reached electrical storm. tremendous ilar charge, tut couldn't very well give n satisfactory account of his pro- ceedings yesterday and was asked to pay a fiae or take a. rest for fifteen