Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Letbbridfcu Daily Herald, 1010. Page 11 BARGAIN BOMBSHELLS At the Great Live Wire Sale A GREATER OR MOKE INTERESTING BARGAIN SALE HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN OFFERED THE PEOPLE OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. THE TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER AT THIS GREAT LIVE WIRE SELLING EVENT HAS PRACTICALLY TAKEN THE ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD BY STORM AND IT'S; LITTLE WONDER WHEN YOU STOP TO FIGURE OUT THE MIGHTY SAVINGS OFFERED. WE WILL ADMIT THAT LETHBRIDGE HAS SEEN MANY SO- CALLED BARGAIN SALES DURING THE LAST FEW MONTHS BUT THIS EVENT ECLIPSES ANY SALE EVER OFFERED IN ANY STORE IN THIS CITY. COME WHERE THE CROWDS ARE COMING AND GET YOUR SHARE OF LIVE WIRE SPECIAL BARGAINS. This will be a Week of Bargain Giving Never Before Equalled CHANGES TO CONSTITUTION Made by Conven- tion Yesterday-After noon BARGAINS K j iw I I I rift i' 't 0l? 3 SifrFi' 1 T.TS..I-. w J MEN'S SUITS Men's Fancy Worsted from pure all worsteds, in neat pin checks, stripes and overplaids. Good value at At Live Wire Men's Fancy Worsted from fiue imported worsteds, lined with good qual- ity mohair .serge lining, stylishly cut aud well tailored. Worth Price at Live Wire sale Men's Fine English Worsted teed absolutely all pure wool, and thor- oughly shrunk and tailored in the latest styles'. These suits are exceptional values a Live Wire price Men's New Brown, Tan and Olive handsome assortment oi' patterns i: stripes and checks, sold regularly at Live Wire sells them Men'- Extra Quality Olive and Brown WoY- sted suits are among the sea- fjou's newest aud choicest patterns and they ar> of very high grade. Sold regular- ly ;it The afternoon session' of the Con- dition of the- U. M. W. of A. yester- day afternoon was taken up with the consideration and discussion of sever- al jwoposed amendments to the con-' Blkutlon of the district. A resolution that the voting for dis- tnot officers 'be held between theliours of nice aju., and five p.m. was de- leated as It was decided to leave thjp matter to-the local unions to decide it for themselves. It was decided .that the ballots in the district election should sent to the district secretary not more than six days after the voting, and that if they were not In the hands of the secretary before twelve days after the voting he should notify the local sec- retary to discover where the ballots were. Article two was amended to read that the president and vice president should not be absent from the district at the same time without the consent of the board. MOUNTED POLICE RECRUITS TO BE STATIONED IN WEST Commissioner Perry, cf the North West Mounted Police, arrived in Ed- monton yesterday afternoon from the south. He will speud a here engaged in routine work in con- nection with.the force. ''The large number of recruits that in the ranks of the 'Mounted irotice throughout eastern Canada re- cently, will go to strengthen the force in psrts of the western the rapidly increasing popula- tion requires it. No new posts will be estaiblised." 'Ify'I- ng to a cjiery as to ais iva'n- YJVY of infeu that iviuld likely oe plac- ed in i he -north of he stated that tine force in these .dis- tricts at present is sufficiently strong to maintain law and order iwith the present population. With the buiit.'- ing of the Great Waterways railway north from Edmonton, however, an ad- dition to the force will .likely bo re- quired. A few men may be reciuirei along the line, of the G. T. P. 'yest, while construction work is in gre-ss. -1 Live sells them at............517.90 r> Men's Superior Quality suits are the newest and choicest patterns in 2P10 Spring suits anil the quality is of-the very best. They are made up just to the "try-on" stage and we finish them to your measure in our own work-shop. Made tr retail at from to Price at Live Wire SWORD SWALLOWER FATALLY INJURED. pre- year. CONDUCTOR REYNOLDS HONORED BY KING. Ottawa, Feb. cable fronvLord Cre-we. Secretary o'f State for the Col- onies, announces that his Majesty has been pleased to confer the Albert med- al of Che first class upon Conductor Thomas Reynolds for conspicuous btavery in rescuing passengers from the Spanish River railway "wreck. SALVATION ARMY ARE SENDING MANY IMMIGRANTS London. Feb. first batch of Salvation Army immigrants left Liver- pool to-day for Canada. They num- bered and are the advance guard of lo.OOO which the anmy expects to send this season. BUILDING PERMITS Special in fifty nice fleecy warm comforters, with fine art cov- ers: worth regular A few lucky ones will get them at -SUPPLY YOUR FUTURE NEEDS AT TIIE LIVE WIRE BARGAIN FEAST SOUTHARD SOUTHARD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Thomas Mills has token out a per- t mil for a dwelling on Iddingron i j streot. L. M. .lohnstpne has taken out a ptrjny.it :o build a office on Round i strefM. hfit.ween Dufferin and Redpath streot. IT WILL PAY YOU TO COMETOTHE LI YE WIRE SALE BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY NEW SETTLERS ARRIVING r. S. Satterlee has arrived with a load of settlers etTects from Ro-j- ;ers, N. D.. and will settle at Milk Kiver. A. P.. Hayden passed through the citv with a cy.r of settlers effects. i On the 0. ranch there is stored I in granaries over bushels of 'oats, and it is Mr. Kerby's intention to start unloading same at his conveni- 1 Enterprise.