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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta September 27, 1012 _ 1'ITE LETUBKIDGE DAILY ItlSltALP OUR BETTER CLOTHES A magnificent array of new Fall and Winter Suits and Over- coats that will appeal man (and his wife) who sees them. Choice new fabrics, graceful shapes, attractive colors, in fine variety. As to prices you see the same figures quoted in every- body's "ad" and you see them season after season. Its not what you pay its what you get for your money that counts! That's where we clbim the "bulge." Value giving exceptional In quality of fabric at each price, in excellence of fit and stylish cut and in general appearance our splendid Suits and Overcoats excel all others they win the race. Suits up. Overcoats up. McKELVIE McGUIRE "The Missouri Girl" Amusing The Majestic Theatre was crowded to the very doors last evening by an audience who were prepared obviously for an evening's amusement. To say that the play caused intense merri- ment and gave fair satisfaction is not exaggerating matters to any extent. The comedy is one 'brimful of funny bituations interwoven with one or two songs and dances which lend variety to the performance. As a laugh pro- ducer ".The Missouri Girl" proved to be a genuine success. "The Fighting Dervishes of the Desert" A most remarkable and extraordin- ary picture being shown at Starland today and tomorrow is the spetacculur Egyptian production, "The Fighting E-ervishos of >tho u production i taken in tho historic regions sur- rounding Luxor. Kgypt, by the world famous Kalem company. In order to properly facilitate the raking of this picture, the company hnd to obtain passports and permissions from the consular agents at the various points visited, and it Is on record thai this film in question took months of re- search and diligent work to properly complete. H is without doubt the most gorgeous nnd 'wonderful produc- tion ever exhibited, and the manage- ment of Starland has no hesitation in stating that it is a real genuine t'ca-, ture. The usual program of excel- lence will also 'be shown In conjunc- tion with the big attraction at Star- land for this week end. English Grand Opera for Duke's Visit Should be Out in Force on This Occasion Are there enough music-loving peo- ple who appreciate ihigh cluss music to justify the management of the Ma- jestic Theatre in bringing here the Sheehan English Opera Company on Thursday and Friday, October 10 and 11, in "II and '-'The Chimes of Normandy." as a special attraction In honor of H.R.1I. the Duke of Con- naught's visit here next month? The Sheehan English Opera Co. is the largest and most expensive Eng- lish company on tour at ihe present day. Besides having the larg- est and most brilliant array of opera stars ever assembled under one ban- ner, and a chorus of sixty trained 'Mr. Sh-aehan has secured the services of Mrs. Emily Grey, famous larpist, direct from Covent Garden, London, Bng., and Miss Slbley Remus, violinist virtuoso, Paris Opera Comi- que, and a special grand -opera orches- tra -under the direction of William Glover, England's foremost director. H costs ?3000 to bring this attrac- tion to Lethhrldgn, and the tickets must be sold and subscribed for at least ten days In advance of the show, if this great opvira company is booked for the Majestic. What's the use of having a theatre, yet never havo Eng- lish opera? The subscription list and seat re- servation will be piaeed on sale 'Mon- day, Sept. 30th and Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Higinbotham's drug store, the signers of the list to have choicest seats one day in advance of 'the general public. Do not order tick-ets unless you ex- pect to pay for them at least two days ahead of the show. Ttie prices are unusually low, so it's up to you. If you want English opera, order your tickets Monday and Tuesday If there is to he English opera In Lethbridge this season. ALBION RIDGE Aluion Ridge, Sept. and Mrs. Welsh are on an extended visit to Mrs. J. GwilHm. Threshing has begun, but owing to th-a frequent rains of late has made little progress. There are three out- fits o'wned in the district and farm- ers expect early threshing. Fall plowing is the next on the fanner's program and several are- busy. The soil is in splendid condi- tion for :t.hfc work. Mrs. J. T. GwiHim and Jliss GwilHm took in the dance at Barons last Fri- day. Mr. Rutledge brought home his wow MACLEOD APPLES WILL BE HER J. HICKS HAS GOOD FORM PART OF'CONGRESS EXHIBIT Macleod, Sept. Made grows fruit of tho lincst quality not generally known, but wo were lowed to see a nice group of the fi eat applet wo havo seen la Alberi lit the home of 'Mr. J. Hicks, M Hicks has been growing applea for few years. This year he has a cro of quantity and quality that wou come second to none, even in tho n pie province oE Ontario. When yo visit the Dry-Farming Congress loo for Mr. Hicks' Macleod apples. The ill speak, for themselves. Shield BTOE. are now leading tho district', Rothwell, in wheat and oat Quality has raised the standard a fe points and the quantity is such thu their neighbors will IK- kept busy t equal It, McDougall Sons, oi Uouml-U. have carried off more prizes for pou try any other fanner in the district. Their pens of fowl at'in Macleod, Granum, Claresholm and EC, lonton fairs, took many prizes. Thes men are now busy preparing for th poultry shows during the Tvinte months. Another lumber company may up a business here, if they can lots from the town to use for u yard. The> District Court opened Monda with a large number of small cases some of which have since been set tied out of court. Judge Crawford i presiding. The young men of the variou churches are organizing a reading an debating: club, on the lines of Y I M. C. A. They expect 'to hold the! first meeting the first week in No j when their winter quarter will be dpened. They will start with membership of sixty. The action of the council In asking j for a commission form of government is the subject of much favorable com j ment, and when it comes to the peo pie for endorsement will have no op position, as business men look upon i us a necessity. Tt "will save mucl time and have the work systematical ly done. Rev. E. S. Bishop tielivere-d an eio fluent address Hebeccas of the I. O. 0. F.( trho'iattended in a body some of. the 'brother members l His subject was on doing our best ir j serving as -members of our families j churches and societies, all demanding the best. W. H. Stevens, brother of the lat C. W. Stevens, is visiting Macleod i.. tbe interests of his brother's estate. He comes from Seattle, Wash., and i much, taken with Southern Alberts where he may make his home. BURGLARS RIFLED JACKSON'S STORE COWLEY WAS SCENE OF DEATH OF AN ESTIMABLE LADY Cowlcy, Sept- death oc- curred this morning of Mrs. Chas. O. Crawford, wife of Chas. Crawford, of this place, in the General hospital in Pincher For some time past she has been ailing and was conveyed to the hospital yesterday. Jlrs. Crawford has lived here some four years and has a host of friends whose deep sympathy is extended to the family left without a mother. The j nourners are the husband ami three j sons, Clifford, Kcnnsth and j'oungest being fifteen years age. The fimera! takes place Saturday afternoon at o'clock from the separator from Barons last'week, and [Presbyterian church. t has contracts for all the worl; he cant Jackson Bros, store was broken In- do. to last night K some unknown per- son or persons and poods amounting to about two hundred dollars, and dollars in cash was LIKCH. No Methodist, service was hekl at Albion Ridge fast Sunday. Rev. Mr. Ferguson is visiting his home in Sas- katchewan before entering college .1. D. Davis and Mrs. Davis-returned As in al! burglaries, a ccrJain amount last week from their visit in North of is being attached. and Dakota. Mr. Davis had intended leav- ing Albion Ridge on account of his health, but has since- his visit decided to remflin another year. Albion Ridge' looks good to him yet. arrests are almosi certain tomorrow The arc on the job -and the recent rains the tracks to ho left which furnish clews upon which to work. TODAY AND TOMORROW THE SECOND OF OUR NEW SEASON'S FEATURE SENSATIONS "The Fighting Dervishes of the Desert" Bigger and better than "Attacked by a "Their Lives for Gold" or of our previous big attractions IT'S A REAL FEATURE-BACKED BY OUR GUARANTEE TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY DISTRICT NEWS WHEATJDENTKE Wheat Sept. Skeleton has hla now rig out, ami la busy threshing these days. William iMKtoa and William Pat- terson, jr., have returned home from the Ited Deer country, where they hnve heeu finishing a contract on thfl ditch, The stork called at the honio or Carman Jacobnon, on Sunday, and left a bahy girl. Both mother and child are doing well. Jolin Molt was busy FTlday, building a granary for Guy Katlng. Mr. Oliver Krickson, has been busy threshing tho big wheat crop of Ellifson, on the .Mike Olson ranch this week. Tho average yield Is 25 bushels per acre.. Mr. I. W. 'Murphy, of Sweet Valley, made a business trip through the Wheat Centre 'country yesterday. TYRELL'S LAKE Tyrell's Lake, Sept. Foster and R. J. Blake left on Saturday for Mr. Foster's homestead In wtrere they will spend u few days. Win. Herclile and family, of Kipp -oulee, are Hjiemllng a days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nel- son. A. L. Gllnes has Just finished cut- ing his own grain, and is cut- ing a 200-acre field on the west Bide of the lake. S. M. Lovendahl has sold his quart- section In this district to a man whose nime the writer has been un- able to obtain. Mrs. Pike, whose homestead is adjoining the Loven- dahl property, has sold her place to 'IB same .party. W. Nelson is now uhning both places. It is saJd 'to be ho new owner's intention to have th-e ipuse on the -Pike .Quarter moved to lie southwest corner of the Loven- ahl quarter, where Mr. Nelson also ntends to blacksmith shop. n. L..Blake is just cutting a fine 0-acre flax from which he in- ends to furnish the farmers in this istrict with good seed next spring. The first snow of tile season ap- and the Mplu progress this part of the country ,Is making. He returned to the States Friday evening. S. M. Lovendahl -and Mr. Cooper, his brother-in-law, have bought a sec- tion of laud.'Which is''located eight miles souUi of Raymond, and have tak en possession of same Mr. Loyen- dahl had his family moved out to their new home a couple dt'dayg ago. BURMIS Buriuis, Sept. Fawcelt, iuel agent of the C.P.K., was a visitor to town last week-end. The structural on the neu tipple is progressing at a favorable rate under the mabtcr hand of 'the blue-print kid Acting on information ti'at a blind pig was licing kept at Police ,jriats, j Constable'Hancock, oi the R N W "W I Police and License Inspectors Whit- taker and Hcu Itson. made a raid on some shacks there, and the lesulti was that quite a number ot kegs of' Jar accommodation is their feature. of construction A stroll through the hush and over the hills oh a day wii! impart lots of information. 8am. fisher moved his family. from Passburg to town this week. Quite a laige number of people turned out last Sundav ''to, hear C; M, O'Urieti speak. E T Fitzsimmons wt'ut on a business trip this week. fc B. Mclveov, n, of Michel, a visitor to town this week: SLEEPY HOLLOW eared yesterday morning, but melted beer and bottles of whlskv were way in a few hours. Miss Jennie Lawrence, the school eacher; served a six o'clock tea for liss Bettie Glines and Miss Esther !ate, two of her pnpilSj 1-ast night. C. Italian is at Spring Coulee thresh- isr. S. J. Sampson, of North Redwood, finn., was a visitor at the, home of cd and taken to the.' police barracks here. Nick Verstuik, a Siavohion, was arrested as being the keeper of this place, and the case being proven he was fined and costs. Blind pigs and bo'o7e clubs amount- to much the same thing in practice, L. Keefe, last Friday. Mr. Samp-1 and it would be well for the proper on, who is the owner of a quarter authorities to make another raid on ection of good land in 5-17, was very1 some of the shacks between here and j teased to see the good crops in this Passburg, especially those ubeie eel- Sleepy llollon, Sept Joe Mc- Kniglit has into his commodi- ous new house II F Coinwell is visiting fuends in Iowa. Tho "mantle of ermine1' Monday morning lias given the threshing ma- chines an for .1 nap. II. Watkins is still confined to the house with a lame leg His spring and winter wheat both exceeded twen- ty-six bushels per aerc. "Lew Hrown is drilling a well lor IK Walkinb Harry intends to haie wa- ter thib trine if hi; has to go through to China for il N .1. wheat-went twenty-' nine and a half bushels per adre The organ for the school-bouse, has arrived. Jliss Gillis visited with Mrs. House over Sundav Saturday Bargains Women's gun metal, calf or patent leather Boots, lace or button, medium low and high heels, short vamps. Our regular quality. Your choice Saturday Men's velour calf and gun metal blucher cut boots- medium high toe, this season's style, regular and Saturday Special Misses' tan lace boots, blucher cut, medium heavy sole, sizes 1 1 to 2; our regular line. Sat. Special Boys' fine quality box calf shoe that 'will weaiy sizes 3 to 5. pair, Saturday Special The Shoeman HUFNER The Shoeman ;