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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTT: I.ETnUKTDrJE patly ttekat.d Friday. Anpiist 25.1011. CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK orning at Ten O'clock Sale= itimage Of Sligkly Damaged Stock at 20 cents to 60 cents on the Dollar FIRE - BUT WATER Caused by a defective roof during the heavy rains of some ten days ago Envolving at Retail Some $600 Worth of Staple Merchandise including Towels and Tavvelings, Sheetings, Bedspreads, Table Cloths and Napkins, Apron Lawns, Art Sateens and Denims, Muslins, Wash Goods, Ginghams, Wash Suitings, etc. 371-2c Sheeting at 20c 25c Apron Lawn at 12 l-2c .25 Table Napkins at.......60c 50c Cotton Voiles at..........10c 65c Huck Toweling at........35c $5.00 Table Napkins at $2.75 $6.50 Table Cloths at . . $3.65 $1.50 Bath Sheets at...........85c 35c Art Sateens at 10c 25c Wash Suitings at 10c $1.75 Bedspreads at...........90c And similar reductions throughout the entire lot -It's a Rare Opportunity to Supply \our Household Needs at Truly Wonderful Savings- for everything has been marked with the idea of absolute clearance in the shortest possible time and prices are certainly low enough to fullv warrant our expectations -Be on hand sharp at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning and get your share of the good things offered-- DR. KING SPEAKS AT REVELSTOKE Ttevelstokp. B. C"., Aue. 21-Tonight the larRp tlioatrf in tliis city was tilled with an enihusiaiuic audience vi-ho listened to Dr. Kins and .M. A. MacDonald. of Cranbnxili, discuss re ciprocity. Ijr. Klnc. inadp an excellent speecii, dlsriissins; tiiv' ndvan-lages of refiprnoity, dPaiint; with all .industries affci'ted and its bearini; nu each Indii.idual. and M- A. MarDnti-Hid I'or overall hour held the ilosfii attention of th.-- audientv with a convincing arKtiinwit in favor of reclpro-ciiy from an tvonoinic .-'.nil nation;!! standpoint. Itis Boatlilni; refercin .is to the atteini)t ofiConfier\atIvns speakers to foul th ro-iCiproelty ijarty in Kevelfioke are ini�l assi'esslve In this canipaii;:; and cnn-ti'lently tliai ihls l.-isiie w'iU carry tills city. On the inaiti street a lariie banner is llontiiis; across hearing the vords. "King, Kootonay and Reciprocity.- : ? ? : : : ? ? > ? ; > : RECIPROCITY WITH ;. : THE WEST INDIES : I London. Anp. L'.'..-Alt;prnel Kdward Aapanall, secrptary to the West Inili-.i cotnuiitiee since JSliS, proposes shortly visiting Canadian ciiies v.iih a view of furthering recipro-citv v.llli tlie \'.'csl Indies. Secretary Aspanali hoi>ir-'S tliat after the Canadian ejection the ministers \Vill smninon a eon-lereiue wilh him rei,ardlni; llini. s .> �:� > ' BARGE FOUNDERS ILLINOIS CENTRAL IN GEORGIAN BAY MEN WILL STRIKE Hyin;; Inlet, (Int., Aug, 21-Harge| I'adticah, Ky., Aug, 2n.-Within 74 Mliatrciss, oi Miil'aiici, Capt Kcan, hours the Illinois Central will either ' founciercd'm the ria.reian liav off the federation of the em- , Kicach Itivet, Mondav ni^ht, and ,t ["�-7� �f 'ho Illinois Central or will I . ,, , , , , , , be laced with a walkout of 9i per ,u. Midland, I apt \cnl, which had employees on that sys- ^is feared that the tu- i, i:;i fully in,fj|iii or l-l,non men are alfected. Ileiiiprs of some trades -are I'h'ise  n p.'ard ilie l)ar-.- epli .^t i't-ier 'I'iie bariie spr.iii!; a Ilea;, .iinl w.i- la-:l .Miikiii!; when all I (III hoard piled inlo li;e small \aelil hefti.*' lite vessel sunk Siie uas in Ill 'lie niil .I'-i :lle SCUitled juut Mii,^ e;r.-e,nist .iiice leads Cajitain Dean in heiieve lha! in fnuiideriii!: she I (liew the lui; down wilh tier ; no ab-I sorption of Canada 1)y the United Slates aasertR that this arRument' Ip GAVE LIQUOR TO AN INDIAN . K. Hull Compares it,more vigorously used in England Oian |ln Canada, "If," continues the edl With tVie Calgary ELxhibition Charged with supplylnK liquor to (... ^.>.,,,,i, ,:uuM, iu� .:ui-1'"""'!"^' *'*I''�''aw. a straager in ;torial, "that argument Is thought bv '"-Hy. will airpear at police court Ifhe Canadian farmer to be wortMe�^. I'�'"'''i.r,rT�?'?^ ll'.. iT^?"' ,v, , ,,, , , ^ .,, He was arreEled early thlB morning ^then It. ifkely that any other will ^vindsor Hotel c�u�ht in 1 weigh with him against tho offer of a ,.,e act of giving an Indian n bottlo \\ . R. Hull, of Calgary, well-known new and tremendously important I nnd a flask of whiskey, McGmw is throughout the whole of the province market near his very door. The most i wanted on the same charge by the as a capitalist and cattleman, was curious feature of the elections Is the 1 Mounted Police, >and wlU Ukely ap-among the most interested and pleas- t^^l that Boumssa's allies are Con- : pwr before Inspector West In tha e.1 of the visitors at t,he Kxhibition. g^rvatives who.e complaint Is precise-, "fu-rnon. Seen by a Herald representative this ' * ' afternoon, Mr. Hull was enthuaiaslic , ,, , . , in his praise of the displays i.i the '�"Pfriall-am and i|npatnotlc large new Exhibition Hall. "Von may tell the public for m said Mr. IInil, in his affable manner, I UUKC OF CONNAUGHT'S AIDE l.oie.eii, Aug. I'.' Long of the! il-f-ys v,-ill be ibe Duke of Con-! 1 ii:i i;,'lil s a.lie ile caiuii while in Can-iHike ,A NEW AfiCTir. i RACE DISCOVERED ; .Ni"v Voric, .\ug. LTi.-.\ race of people nlvi lie.d bpfoff- bolield a wliitr ei.-iii or Indian liaH l)c \', .Sui'anhcn, leader ^' li'c iiierjean Museiiin's 3cienti:lc � � ;.-"!li tl wliiili left in .April,, .'' : rdiiiK t.o a It-lier received from i.iin today. ; ? > ? V > DUKE OF CONNAUGHT TO VISIT STATES Hirniiiuihniii, .-Nun, 2.'i,-The l.onilon c^.n-eHniiiident of the Kost wires todav that in view 01' the wish of lioih Canarfian ami .\tnerican noverninents. le.k.- '.r C'liiimuKht uill pay un oMicial vlsil to the :'iii will In-� llitj" al! llio ciiief iiulli;;trlal The K.'ur will prob-e idace (liirinK next cent i-es. aely t,-d:i l''eliniary. > ^ ly that I.^urter Is half hearted In his enough to decline to put the Canadian squadron wholly at the disposal of tho Drlt-lah Admiralty." The Observer says lhat''n^iii^"i"."et.h'brldg'e'kxIiTm^ " 's n significant fact that reel- licularly your vegetables, grasses, and ^proclty can only be defeated if at all part of your stock, far e.xceded our by the '.lid of Natiotialist allies who exhibits in those lines at Calgary, are frankly antl-lmperlalists, Voiir buildings are the best and largest in .-Viberta or Saskatchewan, and tills (ity and Hoard of Directors of your .\Kriciiltiiral Society deserve em-ineni praise for the great industrial moniinieni that has been reared tip in so short a time for the future welfare of this fair province, 'I spent several hours on encn of two days a.s .in observer of your inside exhibits and I am sanguine enoU(!rh to slate that they far excecileil m.v largest expectations. I must specially inentinn the display of smaller fruits and vegetahies. Von have some currants at the Rxhibilion better than any I have before sticn. The display of the .A. Soullinril company has every-(lilng beaten In this line, l^ast year at Calgary the Katon ('o. pin on a similar exhibit but that of Mr. Southard far eclipsed it." Speaking of the sloidt. Mr. Hull, ! who is one of file best stock .hidgea in the province, staled that the horses in all clafi.-,eB, the .Icrsr-y.q, ,\yrr,hlres and llerefords among the cattle, were j indeed excellent. He thought tho j Hhorthorn exhibit lo he a little weak In a couple of parlieulars. The poul-j try exhibit was also more than he I had expected. The s))acioiis grand-i stand also came in for favorable enm-1 nient. The one score on which ,Mr. iliull thought the Calgary Hxliibltion I exceeded that of l>Thbridge was that of rucpR and attractions. .Mr. Hull was quite determined in hi? rel'usn! to talk on the question of ek-crlons or reciprocity. He did not wish to he (piotcd publicly on tho matter, although lie aduiltied being a cr.tleman, that he was deeply interest-lid in tho iasue. He left on tho after-Moon's local lor Macleod, whence he will visit hiR ranches for a few days Jirlor to his return to Calgary, ,1. Ohcd Smith, I)omlnl�B Immigration commissioner in l,ondoli, KnR., says he has a l>lan to bring the whole of the Urilish House of ConimonR to Canada on ,i visit to .see the country, lie will say nothing oi the details of his plan. ne Biirw tliii I.�b�l is on tho f wit-rail