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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta T1ATLY HERAL-P y, Aug. "Every Price A Cash Chaser." THE CLOTHING BUYER who reads our ads. and "takes stock' in what we say will find it very profitable reading. When we make a special offer of any kind we always do exactly as we advertise. We de- liver the goods to the letter-riding over profits rough shod in order to clean out everything in Summer Wearables. Our prices are making the best brooms." Read our offerings, and you will be quick to see that there's money in what we say Suits for Fine ot England Worsteds. No Suit in this lot sold for Iocs than {25.00. They represent the best In clothing that money, brains and tailoring skill can produce. Finest woof serge linings, silklne trim- mings, hand-made and silk-worked buttonholes, hand-tailored col- lars, and indestructible fronts, are some of the points -we wish to talk to ion-about. Remember the SI 4 50 (i) sale price Suits for .Men's Worsteds and Blue Serge suits. The coats are all made with genuine hair-cloth fronts and excellent tailoVing throughout, retain- ing their shape, strong serge linings, 5 pockets in both vest and pants add to the attractiveness of these suits. The sale price is only Suits for Men's Tweed and Wor- sted Suits; stylishly cut, and strongly made and sewn. These suits were rapid sellers at Sale price Boys'Suits These suits are carefully tailored, buttons won't fly off, seams won't rip, suits that will take all the punishment a strenuous A grt boy gives them. Sale price Boys' Suits Style hitched to quality, strength coupled with smart mide of handsome woollens that won't fade or fray. 25 Sale price Men's Outing Shirts Men's Outing Shirts, regular price Sale Men'fa tine Outing Shirts, regular price S.ile Coat Shirts, regular JJ.50. Sale price Straw Hats Must We want to out every hat at once, and we ire going to belittle them by placing prlft- es on them far below their cost to manufacture. It ii your itraw hat opportunity. There are weeks and of delightful weather ahead; a neat hat won't be an extravagance, not at thcic prices. 'Men's Panama Flats, regular price aO Sale price........................ Men's Panama Hats, regular price Sale Kine Milanese Straws, regular price fo.OO. Sale price' Wen's regular price Sale price...................... 95c Men's Hose Men's Cotton Hose, regular price lOc a pair. Sale price'4 pairs'for.................... 20c a pair. Sale price, a pair Men's Lisle Hose, regular 35c a pair. Sale a pair Men's Shoes Men's Oxford Shoes in pateni. colt, gun-metal calf, in the newest lasts, high toes; regular p'lce ?o 00 4ft Sale price Men's Fine Shoes, blucher cut, lace or buttpn, regular tLA AR J5.50 and 5C.OO; .Bale price Men's Canvas Oxford Shoes, leather straps, regular price sale price www MenU White Canvas Oxford Shoes; regular price ?2 00 Sale price....................... Men's Light Weight Underwear Men's Balbriggan Underwear, full sleeves and .full length drawers. Regular plicc SOc; sale price .Men's Comuinaliou Underwear, regular price fl.50; sale price Men's Lisle Underwear, porous knit, sateen finish, regular price Goc; sale price Men's All-wool Underwear, light weight, British make; regular price fl.50; sale price.................... OLIVER BLOCK KEEL 5th STREET ROUND CHANGE Liberal Convention Will be Held Here Instead of at the Hat The Medicine Hat district Liberal convention to npmin- ate a candidate for the House v of Commonc will be held at Imtead of Medicine v Hat on Thursday, Auguit 10. The change has been made after nerloui contlderation, it being felt that thlc city would be the most convenient point for the majority of the dele- gates. CUTTING WHEAT ON BRANDON FARM Brandon, Aug. have started on the exiiurimental farm crops and first crops cut are a new unnamed variety of and Daub- lency and Orloss oats. The new wheat [which appears to he a soorl crop, is j so much earlier than Red Fife, and (very early Marquis variety, which has boon engaging attention of farmers generally, that the farm officials are not sure that it is not a "Nine Days' Wonder." This new wheat, which is a very goori sample, is four or five days earlier than Marquis, which IB about that much earlier than Red Fife. The experimental farm crops are showing well and indicate that there wifi be a satisfactory yield all round. Considerable of the grain is now ready for cutting and it is coming in very fast. EO that work of binders jwlli hardly be interrupted from this date on, as early varieties of grain ...J no sooner be cut than others will be ready. The rainfall for July ac- cording to the experimental farm's reports was 2.01 inches, the heaviest fall of moisture for that month hi many years. In 1910 July rainfall was two inches so that this year shows an Increase of fifty per cent. COAL Rates in the West Reduc- ed Still Further by VtheC-P. R. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 3.-Thc C.I'. luis iiniiouiiiTll further rrclmMtons I in Mil rales nn western lines fur the. purposes of alleviating the. present western shortage. To there is a reduction of twenty cunts per Ion, makhiK the rule between Fort William and Swiil Current ;i reduction of tl.20 per ton, making the not rale from Fort William to Medicine Hut n reduction of seventy cents, making the rale SB.30 per ton. Fort William to Saskatoon a reduction of Sll cents per ton, net rate S'l.SO. The six .Inr rate to Calgary remains unchiing- jcd The reductions come, into effect August B. PRES. SIMON LEAVING HAYTI FREE PAPERS IN ELECTION FIGHT Calgary Tories Dissatisfied; Bennett Will Be the Candidate Calgary, Aug. concensus of opinion amongst a number of Conser- vatives of Calgary is to the effect, that R. B. Bennett Is to get the nomina- tion for Hie Dominion house, and that II. S. McCarthy will enter the prov- incial field, and accept the nomina- tion for the provincial house, whicli will be caused by the resignation of 11. B. Bennett. Although no anouncement has yet been received from M.. S. McCarthy that he will not again accept the nom- ination, his friends declare he will not, and at the last election he positively stated at the time it would be hie last contest. Although the meeting of the Con- servatives last Monday afternoon re- sulted in nothing more or less than just an informal review of the tion, nevertheless there is consider- able activity in the camp. H is said around the city that one of their moves will be'to converc their orcan. the Provincial, Standard, into a dally during the elections. It is not their intention to cover the regular newspaper field, but to give daily full reports of meetings and campaign dur- ing the election. 1 The paper wMI be distributed free thro.ughoui. city, but whether it Is to he morning or evening could not be ascertained. Some say it looks like a reflection on the Herald, but the campaign is on and feelings cannot bo considered. Port. An Prince, Hayti, Aug. President Simon is preparing to leave the city. Madame. Simon with (heir children 'and nftiny ol Iht1 presi- dent's followers, have already em- harved on the Dcccmbrc and will tranship to the Atlas Line slcamer Alcmina as soon as' she arrives. The revolutions have cut the mains and shut off the city's water supply. The followers of General Firinin, one of the revolutionary leaders, occupy all the Important positions in the. capi- tal. A coimniHrc of safety has been organized to maintain order. The populace is greatly excited. Chief of Police Saint l.o with an escort of police attempted to hoard the steam- er at the wharf when the party was attacked hy a mob. Five persons were killed and six others wounded. Firing continues. Saint, Lo and his escort managed to escape. Vancouver, Aug. of 0. H. Cowan today surprised the Conser- vative circles by stating he .would not again he a candidate in this city. An anouncement to this effect from Cow- an is expected in'a few days. Sir C. 11. T.upper and Tlsdell, M. P. P., so far are the only names mention- ed for the nomination. LOCAL BUDGET Hardy Hunt, piano dealers, have moved into their new quarters on Third Avc'iNIr. Elliiigsou, the man agcr, intends (o make the new show- ing unc ol the finest in the city. I'rot. Marshall, of the Columbus, Ohio. Agricultural College is visiting his.cousin, J. W. Grass. Mr. Mar- shall is contemplating iiivcslilij; in Alberta lands. .Samples of raspberries, cherries, strawberries and other fruit nt the BANK TELLER AT DIAMOND (M Found Shot in Rear of Office No Reason for Suicide living In tho rear room of the son's Hank building at Diamond City this afternoon, with a revolver at huiul, Ihe dead body of Hugh U. Mojjj Uiucliltn, tho accountant and teller olC tho bank, was found by D. p. Marrlaou tho nianngpr, on his return from lunclp at 2.10 o'clock. There was nobody fiont when the fatality happened, being only tho two on tho staff of the Imnk at this place, so that It is Impos- sible to say wITelher tho act was sui- cidal or an accident. Huth Diamond City and Lethbrldge friends of tho unfortunate yo.ung man arc horrified at Hie nowe. The deceas- ed was well known here, having come to tho Moron's Bank here two years iigo last January, when the branch here opened. lie was sent to Dia- mond City lii February of this year, and with Manager Morrison compos- ed the bank's staff there. According to Manager Morrison's statement, thure WRB no reuou why the young man should commit.suicide, everything in'connection with the hank is said to'.be In good shape, 'and no fn'Rgiiliiritifis occurred. However, the young man's mother at Alvinston, Ont., has been ailing for some time, and he -was very anxious to get away to see her. He had just received word today that a relieving teller would be sent o.ut- tomorrow to relieve him, and be would then have been able to leave for the East without delay. He was a very popular young fel- low among the younger people of both Lethbridgc and Diamond City, and was active and a keen lover of all sports, being captain of the Diamond City baseball team. His father, -who lives at Alvinston. Lamb ton County, Ontario, Is a well- known cattle dealer, and takes a pro- minent part, in politics In his home county, different times stood as. Conservative candidate for his rid- ing. _. The young man was 22 years of age, having entered the bank at an early igc. His parents were, notified by wire tills afternoon. An inquest will be field this evening or tomorrow morn- ing. COWAN TO RETIRE IN WYOMING" NOT A MELODRAMA Love, pathotV treachery and. retribu- tion, with, a final hnppy outcome, are the main elements of "Tn a breezy, ideal comedy drama'-of the North-west, which will appear-at- the 7 and 8. The story is one of absorbing interest, in- terpreted by first-class com-, ly, and mounted with realistic stage settings and elaborate costum- es. The play is in four acts, and comprises a bright, sunny summer on a, ranch near Casper, Wyoming. Tho play is free from exaggerated and impossible nons'cnse. such as abounds only top often in western plays. There is so much good in "In Wyoming' that no one wonders at Hie exlraprdinnry success which the piece has 'enjoyed. H Is all 'clean and wholesome. Its at- mosphere is refreshing and tlicfe is nothing suggestive in the story it nil- folds. HENLEY REGATTA AT STARLANO Patrons of this thnatre will -bo'de- Hghtcfl lo know'.that the Henley jle- gatla pictures have been arranged] to be shown at S la Ha ml tonight and to- morrow. The films arc clear and con- cise and every movement of the par- ticipants be followed .with accur- acy. Starland Ltd. with their usual enterprise, have ,been lucky enough to secure Ihls big attraction nnd the fact, that Starland owns and controls II! photoplay (heatres in Western Can- aria, alone enables Ilium to offer this unrivalled feature at prices. Jn addition to the above the u-siial pro- gram of photoplays will be given con- taining something of interest to all. office of the Arrow Uikc Orchard, IA real wild western picture is Dust fill of thrills anil oxcfc- and Kruwi, I li'int lands on he nl Arrow Lakes, have attracted a H. This will .be follow- ot attention during the past month. cd comcdy entltled The samples were imusuallv fine. Just without a doubt the Ihey have a box of large, white producer In motion plc- raspliemcs on display. -The com- tllrcs An oxtrR an Kdlson entitled "His First Commis- a msgnlflcent spectacular military drama. The huge crowds that are featuring this beautiful the- a Ire are being enterlalned from time to time with .magnificent pictures, all of which .ire exceedingly well apprer always have fruit in season at their office, anil are glad to supply samples to those interested. Another excursion will be run. to the Arrow Lakes in about ten days. Those de- siring information will receive same at the company's office in the Lelli- bridge Hotel Block. elated. Tonight is no exception. FREIGHT Rates May Drop Twenty Per Cent Coming Fall Toronto, Aug. are ng the headquarters of the Canadian Manufacturers Association asking if ;he order recently issued by the Inter- State Commerce Association of the VniteS States directing reduction of the rates from shipping centres in the- Bast, the mountain district in tho West, Spokane, Seattle and other plac- es, will affect the rates in Canada. While the officials are reticent sh- out any statement, they dp not hesi- tate to say that as the rates from oth- er points in the East to the tar West ire relatively the same as in the Un- ited. States, especially.on_cortain spec- fled commodities, there is every rea- son to helieve that this fall there may a-general revision of the tariffs, is the reduction secured to American rinyers is ahout Iff per and this will mean that a similar reduction will follow on the Canadian roads, where cities like Calsary.'will benefit mater- ially by a iwssible reduction of 20 per cent, on some commodities shipped from the East, and for which there a large sale in the AVest. Quebec, Aug. Kodolphe For- get, M. P., has accepted the .candi- dacy in Montniorcncy. Sir Wjlfr'd Lanrier, it is be ,his.oppo- nent in the forthcoming contest. For Aged People Old Folks Should Careful in Thelf Selection of Regulative Medicine Wo have a safe, 'dependable and al- together Ideal remedy that is particu- larly adopted to the requirements of aged :pcpplc and persons of weak con- EtitlonllS who suffer from constipation or other bowel disorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these com- plaints and Give absolute satisfaction in every particular that we offer t without personal'' guarantee that It shnll cost the liner nothing if-it falls io substantiate our claims. This rem- edy is called .Orderlies. HeJiall Orderlies have a soothing, healing, strengthening tonic and reg- ulative action upon. tho.-howeli. Tner remove all. Irritation, dryness, sore- ness and weakness. They restore the bowels and associate organs to more vigorous and healthy activity. They are eaten like candy, may taken at any time without InconvenjMce, do riot cause any griping, nausea, dlr- rhca, excessive loosenets, flatulence, or other effect. Pries Sac and IOC. Sold onlj pur The Rcialt Store. J. D. HlflBbfttbun Co., Ltd., special igenti. ;