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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, TUT, LETITRRTPGE DAILY ITFRALT) Page 3 "EVERY PRICE A CASH CHASER" THE CLOTHING BUYER who 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 deliver 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 of England Worsteds. No Suit In thin lot sold for less than They represent the best in clothing that money, brains and tailoring skill can produce. Finest wool serge linings, stlkino trlm- minga. hand-mado and sllk-workyd buttonholes, hand-tailored col- lars, and indestructible fronts, are some ot the points we wish to talk to vou about. Hememlier tho prlca Suits for Wen's Worsteds and Dluo Serge suits. The coats are all made with '''genuine hair-cloth fronts and excellent tailoring throughout, retain- ing their shape, strong serge linings, 5 pockets In both vest and pants add to.the attractiveness Ihesc suits. AO The sale price Is only Suits for Men's Tweed and Wor- sted Suits, stylishly cut, and strongly made and'Sewn. Tliose suits were sellers at Sale price Straw Hats Must Go We want to close out every hat- at once, and we are going to belittle them by placing pric- ei on them far below their cost to manufacture.' It ii your straw hat opportunity. There are and weeks of delightful weather ahead; a neat fresh hat won't be an extravagance, not at these Men's Panama Hats, regular price Sale price............................ Men's Panama Hats, regular price Sale Fine Milanese Straws, regular price" Ifj.OO. Sale .Men's Fine Straws, regular price fS.OO Sale price ........................T.. 52.50 95c Men's Outing Shirts Men's Outing Shirts, regular price Sale price Men's Cont. fihlrta, regular price and Sale price .Mien's Fine O.uting Shirts, regular price. 'Sale price 75c 85c Men's Shoes Men's Oxford Shoes in patent colt, gun-metal calf, tan and velour calf, in the newest lasts, high toes; regular price tf 0 "9C 95c Sale price Men's Fine Shoes, blucher cut, button; regular and sale price Brown Canvas Oxford Shoes, leather straps; regular pVice sale- price................................. Men's White Canvas Oxford regular price Sale pi-ice Men's Men's Cotton regular price lOc a pair. Sale price ;4 pairs for...........-----T...: Men's Hose, 20c. a pair. Sale' prjce, impair Men's Lisle Hose, regular 35c a pair. Sale price, n pair................. 25c lOc 20c Boys' Suits These suits are carefully tailored, buttons won't fly off, seams won't rip; suits that will tjilto all the punishment a Cft boy gives them. Sale price Boys' Suits Stylo hitched. to (uinllty, strength coupled with smart appearance, niacJo of handsome woollens that won't fade or fray. Sale Men's Ught Weight Underwear Men's Balbriggan Underwear, full sleeves and full length drawers. Regular price 50c; sale price Men's Combination Underwear, regular price sale, price.................'....................... Men's Lisle Underwear, porous knit, sateen finish, regular price 65c; sale price ___............. Men's All-wool Underwear, light weight, British make; regular price sale price...................... 30c 95c 35c 95c OLIVER BLOCK I JLu 5th STREET ROUND Raymond News i Raymond, Aug. regular. greeting of the. Haymond Town Coun- cil was held in the council chamber last night. Mayor Young' was ;n Uie chair, and around tho table were coun- cillors Powell, McDuCfee, Card, .Fox, Rolfson, Hawkins and Clerk Holt. Air. Fox, for.the Waterworks fiiittee, was instructed to get specifi- cations for the dam and reservoir to be -constructed at the spring, upon which it Is-pro posed to spend In- structions were also given for ilin fix- jig of bridges over the irrigation dit- pues in the north and south part of the city. Dr. medical health officer, re- investment Limited, to of the line. This may be explained! have a roof complying with the fire by by the fact that (lie railroad in its law, placed on the extension to the i eon them course follows a land de-, bowling alley on Broadway. Consid- Ipresslon where the land formation enible dissatisfaction has been Celt doos-npt permit of cultivation. with the council that this.work which was ordered some time ago, had not been done. It was charged that be- too. Sweet Grass is on a desert claim, and the Herald, in an issue of a few weeks ago, explained the difficulty of cause one of the members of the producing crops on such a parcel 6l company was a. councillor that len-jland. Asked about the new town, Vifi-, ioncy had been shown. Mr. Fox ex- tory, reported to be starting about plained that sneeting had ibeen order- twelve miles eouth of Sweet Grass, cd 'by .the company, but had not ar-JMr. Gillies stiid there was no sign rived, and that just as soon as It did the work, would be i All waterworks meters first install- ed are to be raised .18 inches. Impressions of a Trip President R. A. Gillies, of Raymond Board of Trade, lias just returned from a visit at Havre, 'Montana, trav- yet. Between Virden and Havre flax is the best crop. Fall wheat has suffered much from the drouth, not having anything like as much as_ the least favored parts of our own prov- ince. Rye, spring wheat, ortts nnd barley are all better than rha fall town." He noticed the good hotel, large livery barns, town well painted, and" several, new residences. Asked about the country 'between Warner and New'Dayton, Mr. Gillies said: "As a rule, railroads run through the pact of the country that makes best i beds and grades, and In BO doing gets away from the good farming land." New Dayton be described ss "much encouraged over crop condi- j tions." Cutting is In progress there." At Stirling not much grain is seen from the train, but what is seen is good. There are some good fields of both spring and fall wheat between Stirling and Maclcod, and cutting is n progress there also. Between Raymond and Magrath, Mr Gillies says, grain is as good ns he THREE-CORNERED FIGHT 'ported four cases of .scarlet t'eyer. eflinR over the A. R. anil T. system, grain. Cutting in that district will 'has ever seen. One field, on .Tune 22, begin about the last of this week, was six inches high, and was being In Eavt Middlesex It is Said Mr. E. T Emery Will Run Independent Toronto, Aug. Conserva- tives of East Middlesex are to have a new factor to consider when they hold their convention. E. T. EsseVy, P. G. M. of the Orange order, and an ex- mayor, is the 'factor, and he proposes to be In the fight whether he gets the convention or not At least that is what his friends report 'him as declar- ing. Mr. Essery was mentioned as a possible opponent of. Major Beattie, but a fortnight's canvass of the situa- tion 1ms indicated that Mr. Essery would not likely get the convention. He bad therefore turned bis attention to East Middlesex, which scat Is now held iby Peter Elaon. As Mr. Elson is a farmer, it is most probable that he will be renominated, and in this case, Councillor RolfBon, as chairman of the jln the course of an interview today JNorth of Havre wheat Is good. This harrowed. Seen on July 24, It was ns jt is said Mr Essery will faoalth and 'Relief Committee, propo-s-' Mr. Oillios gave the Herald corrospon- i_ it.. ___ _ to.have every citizen by the 'dent much intelligent information re- garding the portions of the country is due .to the fact that IL is nearer pretty a stand is in the conn river and has received more {try, breast high and big heads. moisture than other parts. From con- And the President closed his inter versatiqn on the train, Mr. Gillie's (View with: "Raymond is the best far .Jaw regarding the reporting of infect- ious- and his proposal was he travelled through. He stated that accepted by' the'cburicil. jthcrc were no crops betucen "that miicb of the wheat crop mfng district in (be country; twenty The Mayor instructed the Security I Grass nnd Virden. on the U. S. side in Northern Montana will be lost a'l-jflve per cent, better than together. The country is new and most of the grain was sown on break- ing, Even the prnirie shows tho DISTILLED BY W. A. GILBEY I HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FINEST BARLEY. GUARANTEED 10 TEARS OLD. Spirit Co. drouth, the grass being matured and dry. Oats arc cut and up "The reported 7000 hushels from- Sweet Grass." Mr. Gillies said, 'must he away bank from the track." One thing Mint much impressed the visitor from Raymond was the Experi- mental Farm at Chester, Mont.. There crops look fine. But ft was the meth- od of laying out Hie plots and fields I ha I struck Mr. Gillies. The farm lays along the track, mid the plots of grain run in parallel strips from the track to the back of (be farm. Mr. GiHioa beliovos that I ho travelling public would be bettor informed of the con- dition of the country if grain wcro sown in this way. He IB to propose the adoption of this method at the! next mooting of (be Raymond Board) of Trade. j Returning to the Canadian aide, Mr. Gillies found much the same condi- tion In Ooutts district, as in Swnot Grnsa. At Milk River crops looked an good as through the rountry any- where. Tho town of itself im urcs-sed the traveller as being "a live little place, a very business-lilte have seen." HOPE THUS TO PICK A "HOPE1 New York Sporting Leaders Plan i Tournament to Get Man to Meet Jack Johnson New York, Aug. round up of "'white' hopes" is planned with a view to picking a challenger of the champion, Jack Johnson. Tho 'Na- tional Sporting Club of America 1 ssued an invitation to heavyweights today to attend a tournament on ist 10. The winner will be matched with AI Patser, who won the first 'white hope" elimination tournament icre recemly. KETCHELL HAD SPENT IT ALL San Francisco, Aug. that is eft of the fortune made in the prize by the late Stanley Ketchell, middleweight champion, came to when his estate wits wound up independent. BROADWAY HERMIT DIES AT BJTTER ENEMY'OF New York, Aug. Martin- ez, a Spaniard, who lived the life of a hermit in Broadway, died today at the ago of SS, in his room at the Rroadway Central hotel, where he lived for thirty years. He spoke to few people finil seldom left, bis room, and be never learned English. Most of bis time he spent reading. 'He had two nephews in New York, who -wore with Him when lie hied. Martinez had been.ill since June nnd to see a doctor. Ho was -bil- .er toward religion and ns be grew older bis hatred of it became fin ob- session. He left his home in Gran- ida at the ago of 1G and travelled in uany parts of the world. Thirty-five "ears ago he assumed a hanking bnsi- NEGRO KILLED BY OFFICER Colored Man Goes on Rampage In Billings Tenderloin and Ii Shot When He Reiists Billings, Aug. Louisiana gro. Prank stranger here, created a panic in the colored section of the tenderloin tonight and after chasing the girls from jljir'ep of .the and cutting a white girl, was shot by an officer and died a few niimtos later. When approached by- Policeman i Zochory, who was -called to miiet the disturbance, he barricaded himself in of the rooms and refused to come ut. The officer broke in the door, vbereupoo the negro rushed at him with a large crowbar. Policeman Zocbory shot him under the left arm and he died about two minutes after reaching the hospital. A colored pal eiild he was late of Monroe, La. TOLD OF SPENDING LORIMER MONEY t And of Negotiations to Have his Confession Publishea Washington, Aug. A. tlic Illinois legislator, who he wus bribed to vole for Wil- liam Lorinicr for senator, completed his three-days' story, on'direct exam- ination before the senate Lorimer committee today. He has yet .to measure wits with counsel foe Lori- mer in cross-examination, Most of the day was devoted to telling how he spent the ;'Lbr- imer money" and the money he claims lie received, and in relating his attempts lo have his so- called confession printed. At the end of the day the manuscript was put in evidence, White stuck to his testimony given it the first Lorimer hearing, tluU.hc ivas working for the good of the Jublip. His starv differed somewhat rom the testimony of Janvis Kcclcy, general mnnager of the Chicago'Tri- }iine, as to the price which White .ask ed for his "ronfLssion" manuscript Vlutt' tr stifled today that he asked mly and not White complained that he .did not mvc counsel when he made the'con- Tact with the Tribune, and that he vas placed in tuslodi the night he signed it and kept in custody for- ncarly eight months. When he protest ed against it, White said, the officers told him they had papers that might "surprise him." He testified that he heard State's Attorney Way-man of Cook county, tell officers to "keep him "in, and that he had heard that Wayman had the officers take him W trips to Wisconsin, Minnesota a'iid Michigan, so is fo him from ap- pearing before the Snngamon'count? grand jury. At times, Wfitte said, four .officers Were with Mm. One letter from White to'.Lorimer informed the senator that White was about to publibh his exposure that he had been offered a word' for hi.s SO.TflO woid manuscript Lori mer replied "I be glad, indeed, to know of jour success as an, teas left by a brother, but after five 'cnra withdrew, and, with books as his mly companions, took up his life of ed. ollludc in the midst of millions. FIGHT WITH BARE KNUCKLES Oanbury go 21 Rounds Under London Prize Ring Rules Danbury, Conn., Aug. of the most brutal prlxe fights in this section for many years was held at Sadaui reservoir, in southeastern New York, between fi and 7 o'clock one morning when Danbury fighters, Dohln and Regan, Fought 21 rounds bare knuckles. The rorerec attempt- ed to stop the fight in the 10th round, because of the punishment Dekin receiving, but the fighters refused to HAWK REARED GUINEA FOWL 9ut Surprised That Now She Cannot Make Them Fly la, hawk lias an insatiate appetite for chicken, iiut it has been demonstrated that tho :iawk is not .always able to'rqcognise chickens when it'sees them. The Tarkio river flows through'. the 'arm of Ben B. Hurst. Its banks are 'ringed with huge trees, which afford, testing places for many hawks. Jlr. i-lurst keeps a flnck of guinea'.fowls .heir principal duties being to Bcrwcjr nd scare away the'hawks. This spring one of these guinea fowl laid a half a lozcn eggs in the-nest of a hawk. One lay the hen hawk came down and ound the guinea fowl on its nest.; A ight followed and the guinea lien ied out of the tree dead, In the course of two weeks .the mother hawk batched out a motley amily of two hawks and three young ;uinea fowl. Mr. Hurst watched, the rood. 'The mother hawk 'brought lice, young birds nnd insects for her imily. In feeding the five youngsters tie never showed any partiality Hawks and fowl composed happy family unfil one day the old iiwk ind.uccd her brood to try their i The young hawks made good, but, the guineas fluttered helplessly to the ground.-, Down beside them 'itho mother, hawk flew and for an hour tried to induce them to fly They tried but it was of no use. To their own kind they went, while the hawks flew FLY SWATTERS and stayed tint when Dekln was so (he 21st round, badly battered Ihnt he hnd to give up. His nosi pounded to n pulp, his eyes closed and ilps cut nnd swollen, and, until to- night, it was thought that he had re- Deposit Enormous Amount of 100 Pests in Newspaper Office Philadelphia, Aug. a total of flies swatted, giving thfira a lead of over the earnest com- petitor, rsabelle Kennedy and Anna girls living near Front and Bainbridge streets, won the first prize of 125 offered by a local paper in the fly swatting contest. The winner'of the second prize, Miles Nickles, of Morris town, swatted. The third prize went, to William Balleubaoh, who slaughtered flies. The total number of flies deposited in the office of the paper reached the cnornious figures celved concussion of the brain. After -he fight be was taken to Ins home lore. Regan also was badly punish- Tho men fought at 140 pounds for K purse of PUTS THE STOCK UP London, Aug. There has beet fl ________ today in the probate court. The raou- in Cnmmoll, ey ho forwarded to James A. since Robert Bcvls, managing Lombard, of Kent, Mich., at whose .'director, announced the world place Ketchell died from gun shots est shipbuilders would received on a Missouri farm. It re- presents the proceeds of the sale of the pugilist's wornont automobile, less certain outstanding dobts Ilkcli- NEW ZEALAND'S HIGH COMMISSIONER London, Aug. hi keen com petition among New: Zealand iwlltl- cians for the High at Ixindop, which Is about to >be va- mod construe! a nlant at. St. John, cated by Sir William Hall. It Now Brunswick, where the nival I TOCled Thomas McKcnzie, works of the Dominion government of and Agriculture, will rc- ex- Mln be executed. tha ayrolntment. C.C. PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT CO, Lethbridge, Air ;