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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday; August THE Lli'J'IlBKJUGE DAILY HKKAUI An End To The Macdonald Stock of Dry Goods and Men's Wear Till') GEEAT CLEARING SALE of the Macdonald Stock stiJl continues. Many Excellent Bargains INTERESTIN JUDGING AT FAIR Speeches Made at Formal Opening; Classes Well Filled With tho the .fair this Horning came Hie realization .of the ondost hopes' of tho foi bright and early the crowds begun I to .out. to., tho., grounds, and by noon the' attendance 'was on a par lJtD Be Shown On Friday and Saturday We must clcfir out tho stock as XKW .FALL arc on the and AVC mast have tli.' room. Xoi reasonable price refused for Mac- 'ilo'nald Stock. Bonieinhei- the stock is being SAC11IFICEB and MUST bo cleared out. jwitii the attendance of any day i ur- jing the exhibition. Hverythfn jlmij been in the best of shape to Handle- the large crowds and when trains began to arrive from the [city is was easily seen that a record tn attendance would he established to- day. Large representations are pre- sent from all ilie surrounding towns. Most of these are men who tire In- terested i" the -exhibition on account of its industrial ami ihey arc inking advantage ol the time be- fore the attractions commence to look ov-er the exhibits, and learn -some pointers which "may aid them in im- proving the conditions on their own .larms. I Tho big feature of the day natur- ally was the J Formal Opening Iwnlch took place at noon. Assembl- in front of the grand sfand the j Write Tin Treasyrer Of v Caledonia Township, ONT., Jan. 39111, 1910. For thirty-five years {and I am now a mail over seventy) I have been a terrible sufferer from Constipation. No matter what remedy or phvsiciau I employed, the result was always the to jjet About two ajjo, I read the Hon. John Costignn re- yarding mid I decided to give this fruit medicine trial. J have used ever since. are the firs Upland only medicine that suited my case. If it wen: uot for I am satisficil that I could not JAMKS PROUDrOOT. The liver control.1? the bowels by giving up enough, bile to make the bbu'cls move. The only possible way to cure constipation is to make the liver actii'c and healthy, and thug store lip sufficient bile to move the bowcle. "Fruit-a-Hves" acts directly on the an abundance of and bowels to move regularly and naturally. a, for trial size, 250. "At dealers, or frotq Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. nient Jias been'finiahOd and K, ,N- Bar. Her, wliu uctod nB judge. Hays that ,hu has seldom seen so good a display. Over nix hundred en trios will givo some Idea of the poultry and pet stock exhibit, and n took (he Judge whole day complete Ihcir task. winners announced in to- I'.'Even lhg Performance iln evening tbe grounds will be fiivon over to tho of the spectators. A horse show pro- vide amusement for all lov-ors of lancy horse llesh, uml j.'stark of 'i'oranto will act as Judge for these enirli-j. Tho show take place in front of the grand stand. Tho grounds will be lighted by myriads of "glits from the main gliding mid In front of tlK---5tHnd. On the Pin l form in front; of the-stand .tho Band under the leadership of Frank CHne will furnish the music jlor the, oec-jislou., Other attractions be the] famous coronation jjic- j Hires secured especially by th-3 man- jiigcment for. the fair, the acrobatic land jugglers of the very highest cla-js [WhlJo rnidn-ay will lend Its fat traction, making" tho ev-ening per- formance metropolitan in every res- j I'flct. j Among the'prize 'winners that have been reported to tho secretary are: Roots and Field Vegetables Freth Fruits .1 tjmirt black '.VI POLITICAL NOMINATIONS! To Oppose Minister of Labor Aug. (I. U'orohcl Is- tbe Conservative candi- for North Waterloo. Dickie Blaln, Statesman Hrampton, Out., Aug. jHlnin ban again been' selected to con- Peel In the Conservative in- i To Run In Provencher St. Uonlfacc, Aug. j convention of Kederal. Conservatives j liohi hero this afternoon chose Mayor 1.1. A. P, Uleaua to oppose Dr. J. P. Edmonton..............JOG 000 i Calgary....., ......000 000 Game called eiut. of seventh on ac- [count of 'j.Mobso Jaw'. I Saskatoon "020 S PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE J MADE IN CANADA EWGILLETTCQLIli T m.-r wiiich would serve to draw the very exhibits in the whole province. The department of floriculture real- sses this fact, "and have stated that, iiey are willing to give all the finan- cial aid possible to the city which iould show that it was endeavoring o 'build up its -.agricultural interests Rylands Go. Macdonald Block to- the directors' dining room under the stand where a sumptuous lunch- eon provided by the Arcade Cafe un- der the direction of Chef Granby'had been provided. At the twad of the table whs the genial president of the association, C. J. 'Eckstorm, who acted in the capacity of host. On his right were Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of Agriculture for .tbe province, who [was tbe guest of the society; H. C. 1 uic Mullen, (live ,6tock commissioner for the C. P.-R.; Aid. Oliver and Aid., wage, while he had on his left .Mayor I Mitchell of Calgary, Mayor Adams and G. M, -Hatch, honorary president of the society. About the neatly ap- pointed table were ranged the. follow- H. Boyd, IT. J. Goode, A. Ilayr, A. Humphries, D. J. Whitney, Q...A. I L'oliagan, Dhmmore, Alex fa'tewart, B. C. Buffuin, W. .1. -McAdoo, he had seen, the new- Lethbridge grounds and-buildings, the department would be finite willing to give the iii'd promised to the Lethbridgc society'.' Short addresses were also given b Ii. (J. Mayor Mitchell L'aigary, Mayor LAdams and Wayn Uinsmore of Chicago, all of wbon wnplimented the directors in bull 'ng up ah. exhibition plant whlc would be a credit to any ciiy man times the size of Lethhridge. The grounds and 'buildings of 3tlib.vidge Agricultural Society ha K been Formally Opened e fair went on Its successful eoursp find.- the in front of th grand stand, consisting of races, ai robatic ..feats, .etc., were th cnlef centre of attraction during thfi afternoon. The inasnifinent gram stand was well filled at an early hou 7am-Biik Cnrfts Neglect of a snnlnirn on face, arm or neck often lends to the a'ter-growth of skin whieli is freckled or coarse; and this is particularly dJstrassing to Indies. Timely application .oC Zam- JJuk and regular use of Xam-Huf: Soap this. Zain-Buk is a herbal halm, which soothes ami cools tlie bunleil skin! arid'assists' nature to. re- Hibro the damaged tissue with soft, velvety skin. Zam-Biik Soap is spe- fiiiilly made skins; 'Znm-Bukr also stings, heat .sores, blisters on. hands1 or all ;skin to these it qujck'iy stops the smarting, anil As it''Is free from animal fat, ami mineral col- oring matter, it is particularly suited to the delicate skin of babies suffer- ing from heat rashes, chafed places, etij. Sold everywhere t by druggists niitl store-keepers. oOc box. Zam-Bnk Soap 25c tablet, or hox of 3 for 70c. MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. 2S. October wheat opened 1-2, closed 07 7-S; Decem- ber opened 97, closed 7-S; May opened 10L 1-1, closed 101 1-S. Oats- October opened 3S 1-4, closed 38 3-S; December opened US, closed 38 I-S. Octoffer opened 200, closed 199. WINNIPEG 1 Northern 1-4, 2 Northern 9SM-4, :i Northern 9G 1-4, No. 4 No. 5 SI, 78, Feed A. D. S, McCalg, J. S. Slew- [art, .W. U. Bryan, J, C. Drewry, J.W. W. H. Fairfield, C. N. Ar- everyone nett, R M. Htunmon, B. D. Huminou. I -John Brotiie, Jas. D. Smitlv C. B: Lew- j rthy of a western city is, A. W. Mclntyre, NeilSmith, stock Judging yinith, Brigham N: Biirkfir; I; JJuring the morning the judging j. stark, Robert Xhrimons, formed the chier'aUr-Action for tli large crowds about the Krouudia.' live atbck judges began th'efr 62. 2 C. Wi 3G 3-4, C. "'W. 3S73-4, No. 3' Houk, AV. O. Hut R N. Wild and ti. G. Long. Eckstorm's Speech After the guests had regaled-them- selves with tbe good things provided President Eckstorm rose and in 'it neat, address outlined the history of; the its inceptlpn K'J 1 Peed 36 1-4, No. 2 .Feed 33.7" vkhe grounds in. No'. 3 64; No. 4 5G. a 'single; rig. fl.C; of the trmi-; American Wheat opened 103, closed 103 December opened 103 7-8, closed 103 5-S; .May opened 107 3-S, closed 107 1-4. opened bles they, had and great cre'dl'f'tb itie association wiio had ivorked tlirough thick and thin to bring the lair up to Its present admirable And in Miit early this morning us they "havo a long and .arduous task ahead of then1 Urafi horses were Judged In the two rings between the stables, and a representative collection of. .horsi iTl'-votilcI be hard to find in anj WILL PAY PREACHERS London, A ug. Urooks, although ho, possessed a consid- erable private fortune, spent his life amongst the poor of Kensington, and hns by his will made himself respon- sible for the salaries and expenses of iin the fairs' association.' vS, closed 90 1-2; December opened 'ie to 94 3-4. closed !M 7-S; .Aliiy: opened Ule COUI1C" of the 3-4, closed 100 3-4. POLICE COURT clergy, ami others who are about to ball hi his official duties at the police proced to Quesnel, H. C, as mission- court this Several drunks greeted Magistrate ies at the police Knowles, tho Divine, Kensington. He wills (hat a Biich responsibility shall last for five I a> an ofrenrtcr> came "P years from J91I. the leading Business College of the Northwest where young people can receive a thorough business training. Shorthand, typewriting, book- keeping, commercial law, etc. Is in scsstion twelve months in the year. No entrance ex- aminations. Board and room at very reasonable rates. We secure positions for om- dents. Our new- beautifully illustrated catalogue sent free upon request. Write for it NOW. ir.c; BLAIR PRINCIPAL IST-'A MADISON, HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under the direction of tlie Sis- ters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. First Boarding anil Day School. Primary and Grammar Grades, fitnto Accredited High School. Advanced Normal Course of Two Years accredited', hy the St'nlc 'of Washington. State Diplomas conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio. Write to Superior for Year Spokane, Wash, similar cliarge. He was told to pay- and. costs avill he (hi: big stock parade al. four o'clock tomorrow afternoon, wJien every head of live' stock on n-> mult will itand. free with every box at Cross Drug Hook .Klorc. parade before (he grand the judging in the .pnuliry is the Car. This combination of power and silence, speed and durability, you cannot rnatcfi elsewhere for the same money. It has caught- on with the experts, and would rouse your enthusiasm too "The Mclaughlin is the Car for You" We dp not wish you take o.ur "flay-so." Ask a Buick owner, or. any man who knows ;i car Listen U> disinterested'comments. You hear (.hem every day: "The McLaughlin is an honest. "Speed to burn nnd a corker to climb buy of the hunch." etc. The general reputation of a day-in-and-day-out more of its worth than miles of of records ihittrcad like in Chronicles or the Words Wthcut End of t.he Dealers' Special Ritual of Praise. ;v. IwH-iiaxarrl chojcu of a motor car is hasty is apt to follow wlifen It Ik too late. It: is liard to get real lasting ,a mcderate-priced- car. We ab'soluteiy giiiiraiitee you will find it in Model 27 al. F. O. B. lractory. Choice of Seventeen style, fore-doors, torpedo budy. cliojce of colors, equipment, etc. Wherever-yon may happen io be in (his Dominion, you are not far away from a McLaughlln Uuick Agency and Garage. MrLACGIILIN-BUlClv GARAGE Competent Mechanic In work promptly done at reasonable for a feW can -1227 W The Old "City Auto Me Laugh Mil liigs We linve fhe henvipst :'nd host assorted slock of these splendid rigs lhat, has ever heen shown in I.ethbridge. Twenty-five types fict nil in our show-room to pick from. Liberal disco.unt on cash sales. Tires A thousand-dollars worth o( casings and tuljes in stock .In sizes from 30 x 3 1-2 up. The fentureB of this season's Dnnlops arc n much heavier stock, two oxlra thicknesses of a tubs-protecting flap attached to inside of each casing. Dtiiilops are giving splendid satisfaction. Call and examine these tires WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES Cor. 8nd Ave. and 1Z 1-2 St. 9t. Eaitl I'.O.BOX 1244 HYDE SAUNDERS ;