Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The .Lcthbridge 'Mumlity. February 28. Page 5, CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store WE Acadia Block Spring Suits Which Help You to be Stylishly and Comfortably Dressed at Modest Cost There is a vast deal of comfort and satisfaction in feeling stylishly clothed and there is economy in feeling that way. for you set better service in well fining garments The Fashion tendencies in Spring Suits lend to the development of many pleasing models for the forthcoming season The draped effects enhance the beautiful lines of the figure by the irregular manner of the draping. in the assembly of fashionable models gathered here for your inspection our distinction as "Style Headquarters" IB again em- phasixed. Most remarkable are our Suit values at and Everyone is new this season, handsomely tailored and perfect fitting. Materials are ail wool in the wanted colorings. Com.- to this store for your Spring Nowhere in this cliv will you find such a complete and modestly priced showing. ROOSEVELT'S TRIP IS COMPLETED fr-President Is Thoroughly Satisfied With the Expedition .URETANIA HAD VERY STORMY PASSAGE Most Becoming ami Pcrl'ect-Fil- Models in One-Viecc ami Coat Dresses Whatever Fashion has ap- proved is ji'iveu full and ammito expression' hi this opening dis- V an (I style nloaso tlio wool 'xpression m mi> each one extreme simplicity beauty which will most particular taste. Materials are all series, panamas, soiiels and bniiuHothx shoAvn in colors navy. In-own, reseda, wister- ia ami old rose, neat trim- mings of soutache, buttons and moire silk. Beautiful New Vesting and Lin cu Waists by Extremely Moderate Pricing Uondokom, Soudan, on tiie Upper Nile, l''eb. Roosevelt and -.lit- oi.iers ot his immediate party sailed today on Khartoum the sletiiner Dal for tliey expect to ar- Trip in Career of the Vessel Reported New York, Feb. a battle with high gales and mountainous seas wliicli shook even her giant hull and inllicted considerable damage during, the' early stages of her voyage, Jierej from Liverpool and Queenstown, tlie I I steamer Mauretania arrived today re- nortlng the worst passage in her ca- iefr. A i Queeustown Sunday ast Che Maim.'U'.nia found the weather so tem- pestuous it was impossible to land the Queen :iiov.-n pilot, and all through the night the steamer had almost to lay to. rlie being reduced to seven TEA AT ITS in all its garden freshness and fine flavour SALADA" sealed lead packets are proof against dirt. The i J nn if rirt tea can't be contaminated and more than common tea. _ Black, Miwd rive Marc-it 15. With their depart- The .ii'reat diversity of stles baffles any detailed do- sc'riptiou-iiiul they arc oj sclvos well worth a special visit. Come tomorrow if ula.r sixes in llie.ehoicest stylos are picked up first. Shown in Uic becoming Gibson or neatly tucked style of quality vcsN linens and embroidered piques and dimity. Each one a ncrfect-fittnu> model and strictly up-to-date in every way. iht- African scientilic expedition under -the auspices of the Smithsonian Institute of Washington -and led by the former president Hie United Suies w-s for all pnu-Ucu! purposes jbrouglit a close. Col Roosevelt considers the killin lot' I'.io giant elands in uis recent ex- ion along tiie upp'T reaches of the Nile was a tilting ending of a rvellously successful trip. The n-sults generally from live standpoint hunter y.nd the sci'-ntist have exceeded all expectations. Col- i.oosevelt and his son Kennii iive killed some 200 specimens of animals. The bag includes tlie Uoc-3, 11 elephants. 10 10 bl-ick rhinoceros. 'J white hippopotami, (J giraffes, leop.irds, 7 cheetahs, gimt elands, one situanga and t'vo bongos. All ihese were killed in the inter- ot science and the sperimens will In' disposed of accordingly, the great- j number going- to the Smithsonian i Institute.- Mr.' Hocseveit'will retain j Latest Visitor n.ore Chun six trophies for him- self. The naturalists secured a re- nuirKitble collection comprising many [nouswnds of birds and other mam- :naltf.. All agree that too praise c-innot be accorded to E. J. Cunning- ham, the 'Englishman, whose manage- of expedition was as nearly pet feet as could be conceited. knots an hour while big waves pound- ed the ship. Sin? rode the gale well, however, :it the reduced speed, and j bui spray found its way on board, when the steamer had been speeded up somewhat ibe upper wor'iks 'began to suffer from the bat- tering of .the huge seas. The glass of cue bridge house svas shattered, sev-i eial boats were shifted iu the chocks! and the waves worked their way low decks. Hooding the forecastle. The I it costs no Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 6Cc aid 70c per Ib. THE ILETHBRIDGE CAFE I !l sionn took tlie form of violent squalls of hurricane force and the Mauretania lind to buttle through weather sort until .Monday. Reduced speed w is compelled again on 'Wednesday, nit Thursday when more gales swept the ocean ohe steimer's track and high confused sea tossed her about. took the steamer live days, nine j hours aud'5'j minutes to complete the j voyage. 1 NEW COMET HAS BEEN DISCOVERED Seen By Geneva Pro- fessor Named Comet B 1910 RAISED ON BREAD junked at this bakery is all the re Ot IWS commendation your child needs. If it lias a daily acquiniance with BREAD WE BAKE there won't be much need of a doc j tor. Our bread is toothsome. Chil- i dren can't stop eating it. Dou ble your order and you'll all keep 1 well. clean, up.to date. All white help. i I i 1 1 s Good menu. Quick service. IU i Next Arlington Hotel I _____ I City Bakery Orders for draying left here will receive prompt attention. OF THE NATION Inspiring Address Mi-s. Robinson at London, Feb. a meetinn the British astronomical association 1 Andrev.' Crommelin. assist- I aiu of the Greenwich observatory an-1 nounced the receipt of a telegram 1 from Prof. Pidoux of the Geneva ob- servatory, stating that he had discov- ered a new comet about one degree distant from Halley's comet, which was travelling many hundreds of miles a second faster than the latter. The new' visitor will be known as comet B 1910. PHONE 1181 LETHBR1DGE MAN MAY 1 I SUCCEED INSPECTOR FOXj E. A. W. Brooks Likely to Get Ap- Eddington Made Application for the Position i TRAIN COLLIDED WITH' SLEIGH ON CROSSING A HONEYMOON SHIP A-O Newly Married Couples on 1 Calgary, Feb. 25. H is proDume I that the appointment ot a sanitary iu; specter to succeed K. Fox. whose (resignation takes effect on March 1 will1 go to E. A. Brooks, a Leth- Pa.r Peb. railway track, his j I'sclous on the jifrourifl near him', i' twp cfttt'dren. and Ins family, wece in overturned a freight train'was 'bearing on 'him. Mrs. Carrier was struck on the loVERNMENT .creased from to. and miles, so practically v'. nih i ttiis iii the face-of-.reiliiced-rates' >The .settled district, -ne Prov DID WELL X Winnipeg, second an- nual commis -sioners was laid-on the table of ,the House yesterday afternoon and show- development was taken over by the two .-years ago has .been system 3 since government remarkable To-day, there subscribers as compared with' 'the last year o" jhe :Be.ll .lohg1, distance lines province served by Ion? oistance lines Increase in" the number of phones is most marked, and today ttiere are farmers connected with the system, while the commission is'unable to keep pace with the de itjwsjfewfawwrrti'W'1 Nev. Y' 1 head'and rendered senseless while board of -health' met yesterday! Mrs A. L Robtnstfa, the known lecturer and traveller, deliver- askedt is'thu? up or a dovecot'" captain of- Uie en an inspiring address a mass meeting; m the Methodist Churcli last night at the close oE tlie evening ser: Taking for her thefnc "National steamship Oceania as it'steamed to-day for the" Bermudas On board the Oceania were no less than fiftv mo newly married couples, which is the recoid pasengei list for 1 i Opening Sale of Medium i 1 said Hi Righteousness" she called attention. to the arrogance and conceit of the Vnglo-Saxon race who boast of their; superiority in illation over that of Oriental and other peoples For the most part this boastfulness based on _ for the people j uho at home know neither the weds. o consider applications lor in. position Seven applications m al1 have been received Ihese mcludec AY. A Brooks, M T.etbbridee: J J Dunrr, George M. Brooks, ufartf> .laannf out tU uric wad, ebMf rain the Wood. i.vi. t'.'s. however, wrll STARTING March i 1 1 I I of the nation? ;f I Miss SIattery.' Mrs. Robinson then scored the evils! vice which exist in lands and t.. .Meetings will be held every Friday which we are not content to nourish o'clock in ttie assembly hali.i Lor6s here must needs thrus.t them on A committee was also appointed to expressed, opinion declare for veto that Asquith first. The Chronicle corroborates this (be- lief and says Asquith is expected to Hve a bold-lead and defer the reform And Lasting Ten Days Two Carloads of Stock are being Unloaded To-day I I I to -household dutiec. I DM iog me without ud pUiten, but BOtbinf DM food. I WM abooi my md to try Domn'i WK J nrine two I uni MW wdl MM to do my woifc I pomtiw fcdoty Pilk you dnm. fm ud I would mil to Mr.tiW.? Price, 50 oenU per box, or 3 for tt all dealers or The T. Milbura Co., ited, Toronto, Ont. la orderinf He tM Med expect to be H to become clogged up. A free motion of be tbe nile with I Call and Inspect Our This Week e are showing some particularly W. good lines in Dressers and Stands and Buffets. _____ bad blood, biliousness, foul humors, pim- blotches, piles; etc. Burdock DM built up an unrivalled nsputation M cure for constipation the disease, wbich from it. ..VI.L )jr. Bums Wood- 1 i cock, Librar Criairs and Rockers a speciality Our P rces are as Low as Lowest Always tri 1. o I two y troubled -with constipation. "She tried several pny- ect no .eliof. but after CHARGED WJTH MURDER OF HER HUSBAND Kifksvillo, Mo.. Feb. Alma Pvoctor Vaughan nwas arrested on a. warrant charging her with the mnr-j der of her husband. Prof. T. Vaughna 'his fnorning. She was released on Successor to Golden West Furniture Co. Round Street Opposite Eureka Theatre Blood Bitters." Tor by nil dealers. only by T. Umited, Toronto, T, The Standard Furniture Co. Sinrccssors to THE WHITE FURNITURE 32-lCrabbSr. Opp. the Herald; 3 Doors south of (lie Bank of Montreal I I bonds.