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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, August 10, 1911 P'A'TLT HERALD CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK teheed 'Embroidered Waists onipment or At one-third less than regular and Saturday regular and values IT l new stvles that should have been here fully six weeks ago, but were delayed for some unac- colint'iblo roa-on The 'manufaeturer did not want them back so grunted a concession in price large enough to make thorn most enticing even at this season of tho year. They com. In white embroidered lawns and new de.ign. with Klmon. sleeves, splendidly sewn and perfect In fit. Wonderful v.lues it................. A SPECIAL PUKCHASE OF WASH BELTS JK worth tip to fiOc Tho''clean-iiii of a'manufacturer's loft-over stock. Including some of the prettiest designs wo bad to show, beautifully embroidered, fin- ished with .white jicarl buckle. Excellent choosing Hi half nrico and less, 'at- HAIR NETS SIX FOR 25c MORE OF THAT TAFFETA RIBBON 15c Extra heavy, four inches wide. This is the ribbon always so popular for hair bows, etc, shown In an excellent quality of inire taffeta silk, in a width-mid weight usually sold at Every imaginable color is included Mn., this new lot. FRIDAV.AND 25c Made In ejtra large sizo, .pure silk and rain- proof; knotted at ends for convenience in ad-' justing. IN i THE EXPANSIOiV SALE Will a Few Days More Scores ot economical women have al- ready supplied, their needs from the var- ious styles and broad selections of SKIRTS AND DRESSES at big reductions on the original cost there is urgent need for quick action If you would the splendid ssvlngs. CURTAIN- SCRIM' PER YARD 25c A splendid collection of new ground with pretty con- ventional designs in red, blue or green. KEDSPREADS ar r v Size OS a 84, heavy weight, fntt splendid to wear. An exceptional value w'Kich is .unusual buying at JI.25... Extra Special "FRIDAY AND SATURDAY........... FINE WHITE COTTONS SPECIALLY 12V2G Representing Unusual Values Pine nainsooks, longcloths, cambrics and tnadapolams In: even-weave and strong thread, 36'insi wide, every piece extra soft and free .from dressing. i'FRIDAY .SATURDAY SPECIAL EDITED BY "INO" Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone: 1157 Kach, niter all, learns only what he can 'Who grasps tho moment as it flies, I-Ie is the real man. -ClOutllB. Miss May' field, of Woodstock, is visiting Mrs. W. A. Levitt. Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. .John Witwcr, guests of Mrs. N B. Good, left yesterday morning for a short visit in Calgary, Miss McLcay returned this morning before returning to their home in On- from Gull 'Lake, she has been tario. holidays. -p A. H. Carr has left, for Lethbridge, where he '.will reside permanently. Calgary'Albcrtan. INDIAN PARADE WILL JEA DANDY Agricultural Society Dir- ectors Completing Ar- rangements for the Fair The directors ot the Agricultural So- ciety mot last evening at the office of 'F. C. Lowes Company, with Presi- jdent Eckstorni, and Directors Brodio, the guests ol Mrs. J. 11. llulncrn last Houk, Humphries, Hut- lion, iMcCais, McCaugherty, McAdoo, JNImmons, Pagnuelo and Secrelary Me 'Nicol present. The secretary told of having been to Winnipeg and Keglna, and of succeed- ing In gelting single rates on the C. P. R., and also 150 head of cattle and horses from the latter city. He re- Mr. Hugh Munro and daughter, Miss Grace, ol Alexandra, Ontario wprc and Dr. Hope, of hdmonton were E.VC. Cosstick, of Smith's has come to fill the in the Molson's Bank staff. with JVfrs.' C. Sharpies. Miss Rubv Kennedy, of Medicine, liraith were instrumental in provid- Quick Lunch. 'at who'has'been the guest of Miss' ing tasty refreshments which were Many of the clHzons of this city Edith-May; of Calory, Is visiting at j enjoyed until the adjournment of the have, not had the privilege of seeing he hnmo- of Mrs. N. Dowsett. I meeting. BOARD OF TRADE THANKS CITIZENS FOR ASSISTANCE Cost, of Entertaining Visitors Offers of Coal From Across the Line Improved Tele- phone Service Present a Cup FAVORS qQM.RLH-STORY. "MIL'ITARY'TRAINING London, Aug. Wil-., con, DrBniier. interviewee! before sailing for home, said he had received a :lastiiig -i'm- tirciislon of the of Hie empire. He was" more now than over conylnc-. ed of the need .'of compulsory mili- tary training' in'. Great Britain.; 'He Dr. Morse's. Indian Root Pills exactly meet the need which eo pften arises iri every family fora medicine "to open up aiul.regulale the bowels: Not only are they effective in all casei; of Constipation, but tliey help greatly in breaking up a Cold :or La Grippe by cleaning out the system and'purifying the blood. In the same way they relieve or cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheum- atism and other common ailments. In the fullest sense of the words Dr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills are (7 A Houortiold Rvmvdy further advocated Admiral Hender- son's scheme for the development of the Australian n-avy. "it is an un- doubted; said Premier Wilson, "that wo will shortly bo called to the aid of motherland." GRAIN PRICES opened wheat loosed 98 3-4; Dacem-. bar opened 99' 8-8, closed 98 1-2; May closed 102 1-2. Octobar opened 3S 8-8, .closed 37 7-8; December open- ed 38 closed 87 3-3. October opened 1.05, closed 1.95. WINNIPEG 1 Northern 9S 1-2 2 Northern 9G 1-2, 3 Northern Co, No. 4 8S, No. 5 8! 1-2, -No. 6 TG 3-4, Feed 62 1-2; No. 3 C. W. 36 1-4. American Wheat gcntcmhcr opened 106 closed 103; December opened, 103 POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Ottawa, Aug. Rodolphe Lemieux and Henri Bourassa will meet on the same platform at St Hyacinthe, Que., next Sunday at B meeting called, in the interests' ol Peauparlant, the Liberal candidate. Van Wart in Calgary Calgary, Aug. I. S. G. Van Wart was nominated by the Lib erals of Calgary at t.Iieir convention last evening. He in a .very able and popular man and Wie Liberals are confident that ho will defeat R. B Bennett or any other candidate the Conservatives may put up; Cowan iii Regina Hegina: convention this morning the Conservatives of Regina ECONOMICAL WMIHFSOME 4- RELIABLE XT: i'OWiHK 'A- MAGIC BAKING POWDER boies, but it was finally decided to leave this matter to too secretary, also that of a band, as the Cltljeut Is in pieces, and ported splendid results in advertising is eipected from Great Falls. Big Chief Houk reported that th bring his valuable horses here, and for their home in this mornin big Indian procession would be In full with those of Messrs. Lane arid Druary i rtlU, W lia iium i" .Mrs. Miflhcrn leaves tomor- m'cnt of .the church yesterday, where pw for Olaresliolm for a short visit.ahout twenty-seven of the members ivHii iiiunB 01 Messrs, ijiiuv aim uiuuij will make some very fast races. force, and that there would be a much Secretary McNIcol said that invlla- larger and more picturesque Parsds tlons would bo sent out In a few. days 'than ever before seen in Letnbndge. to all the mayors of tho different cit-The people are always The- regular meeting of the Wesley IQ be prosent at ihe opoll. Ipleased with this turn out, sad this I idics' Aid was held in the to thc members of tho pro-'year's will break all records, also tftat vincial parliament, the city council, jibe red men will enter a number of _ linpaae In thii ItlMnv AVMnU. 'spent the afternoon in sewing. Green, Mrs. Graham and Mrs. Mrs. Gal- the A. R. and 1., C. P. R., and all the newspapers In Alberta and eastern British Columbia. The tender for the [luncheon was given to the Arcade the Lethbridgc Artillery, but arrange- ments have been completed for theni to perform at the Fair. The A. R. and I. have consented to'send a train out to'the grounds for small-stim, of twenty-five cents each: Many peo- ple have the opinion that-it is 11.00 to I got into the grounds, .but the directors wish them to take notice that it IB only 25 cents. A groat deal ol! discussion took place as to the charge for the forty valuable horses In the many DR. BELANO IS P. M, 0- A Ottawa, Aug. ID council appointing Dr. Belaud r postmaster general and HOD, R. Leraieux minister of mmr- lues, were passed at .tbli'" mornlng'B sitting of the cab- (net. Hon. TJ. P. Brodeur goes to the fupreme court bench. 06 cose U; closed 104 3-8; May opened 100 3-4, j federal constituency closed 108 3-8. opened 93, closed S2 1-2; Deconlher opened :'T, closed 36 6-8; May opened 103, closed 102 3-8. The executive of the Board of Trade met today in regular session with 1'resident- Hatch, Secretary Manwar- and Messrs. Taylor, Cunningham, Conybeare, Elton, Downer and Hipley present. Aid. Sage, chairman of the publicity committee of the city coun- cil, was Vlso in attendance. N. B. .Moore, of the service depart- ment of the provincial' government telephone system, wits, present and explained to the nosrd tlie efforts be- ing made by Hie department lo rem- pVly the troubles existing in the local telephone service. From what ho has heen aide to learn the service is steadily improving and it should not be" long 'before Lethbridge has tho good seryjco the able of giving. h Results of Entertainment With reSard to the entertainment oi the visitors who have been- to from Orcat Falls and Ohio under the direction of the mj, of present" seemed lo nc j !at o( well salislicil with thc large amount from cjty to xr a-jvoriising Lcthhridsc will receive-- from these sources in the States, president Hatch stated that lie was certain that the city had received the .reatcst possible amount oi publicity ing list, and would appreciate it if tlic Lcibbridge Board of Trade would return the compliment. This was or- dered do'ne. If you missed seeing the Auto Races yesterday you missed THE SIGHT OF YOUR LIFE This Great Attraction will be shown again to- night for the last time 15c I Your Last Chance 10c Good Newt From England A letter from K. A. Fairhrother to John Taylor was. read, in which he stated that Uethbridge was being widely advertised in England and that the emigration to Canada next year would be cnornfous. An- effort will be -made to bring as many o these people to Lcthbridgc as pos- it is felt that Lethbridge i 'not getting a (air share at the pres- ent time. of Entertaining financial, sta.tement showed thafi the total cost ol entertaining the two! delegations during the past week was SUBS.'These accounts were ordered paid. Current, accounts to the .amount ol were. _pald. A motion was also put through to ask city council at meeting still owing the Board publicity Thanks For Citizens As tlie entertainment of the Great Falls and Ohio visitors last week were actively participated in by of the-.entertainment, Lethhridge' citizens W. D. Cowan, dentist, of Regina, and for the cllicient manner in which lie lie direct Iv, while the entertainment oi the- Carat Falls Chamber of Com- CMc( [or iuniin A. Charlton, former of tho Ontario legislature and a brother of the laU John Ctiarlton M.P., to contest the county against Alex Mc- Cnll, the retiring member. Ottawa Liberals npnininated Hal B. McGlvern M.P, and J. A. Plnard. Vancouver Socialists have placed E. T. KIiiRsloy in the field.- Lclghton G. McCarthy K.C.f form- erly member for NWth Simcbc, and a nephew of.fiio late D' Alton JfoCar- thy, was nominated by the Liberals of North Simcoe to oppoiie Major J. A. Currle, the retiring Consen-ative member. D. McAIH-aler is the. Liberal can- didate In Kings-Albert, N. B. Westmoreland NT. B. Conservatives have nominated M. Siddall. A. C. Boll has been selected as the, Conservative candidate against E.M. McDonald in Picton. Halifax Candidate! Halifax, Aug. The Halifax Lib- erals nominated Attorney-General A. K. McLean and Dr. E. Blackadder, editorial writer for the Recorder, to oppose U. L. Borden and A, B. Cros- by, who will be nominated by the Conservatives tomorrow. Jollet, Quebec, Aug. 10. .Toilet Con- nominated J. P. O. Guttbault, a notary. ihcrce APPOINTMENT APPROVED Jxmilon, Alls. George JIM approved of the appointment of Hen- orsl Sir John French chief of the ataff. clos- ftt relations hcUccn tlic two cities, and! repay many lines the Offers of Coal out the city police force, to welcome tlie Circat Kalis delegation lo the Terrill Floral company for the iieau- tiful manner in which they decorated Vommunications regarding thc coal ".ain building where the was held on both occasions; lo Peck Hros. for supplying carriages lo show Hie ladies of Hie Buckeye Association about tho city to Mr. II. Dcntlcy and the Misses Henlley (or Ihe bcan- iitnation in Southern Alberta were read from the Swastika .Coal Com- pany of New Mexico, stating that if conditions were favorable they were iii ,1 position to supply several thous- ands of tons of coal. Another to the same cllect was read from the ncntal Coal Co., oi Spokane. The sec rotary was instructed to write these companies giving the Information ask- ed for-in their letters. -A communication was also read from thc Alabama Publicity Bureau stating that Ihe Lcthhridge Board of Trade had heen placed on their mail- Imported Absolutely HOLBROOKS UINE WOUCESTEMHIRE SAUCE t.ifnl decorations for thc Chinook Club and to the ladies ol 'lie Civic (Hub of the Hoard of Trade for their aid in entertaining the ladies of both parties. Present Cup It'was also decided lo present a championship cup for competition at the Dry Fanning Congress at Color- ado Springs this fall. It has not I yet been decided what thc cup will be' given for, but the cup will be a fine piece of silverware, and will Ire or- dered at once. Members of the Board ol Trade sie reminded Hint they are welcome to attend any ol the meetings ol the ex- ecutive of the Board and get in line with the work which is being done by that body this year. is helnR Bdvrrtised on n larger scale this lhan ever belove, and the members ol thc Board should take miich interest possible la ii Mb Are You Keeping Your Eye on Our Windows for All that is Newest and Best in Carpets and Linoleums? Linoleum at a Sacrifice To sell Linoleum at the right price, is our- object and-in order-to do this we-i must buy in very Large quantities. Our stock-istherefore at present far too large'and absolutely must be Inlaid Linoleum Pattern right through to the tack and cannot wear off. All good patterns and well, seasoned. Our price, per square yard ..----90C Scotch Printed Linoleum The make, sufficient guaran- tee tbat you are buying the best Lino- leums that can he purchased. In beau- tiful carpet or matting patterns. Our price, per square yard Floorcloth Just tho tiling for bedrooms, and at, a price that compels you to buy. Special Value, per squard yard 35C China Will Break And we are breaking our prices down to 1 lie Iowest possible pointin the crock- ery department. A Leading Line- A complete Dinner Service comprising 97 pieces "elegant shapes, in pretty delft blue. THE Hudson's Bay Stores ;