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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta unlay. JulyS, IQU. TITF LETHBlUDfiE DAILY HERALD I'agf It. A Fresh Brood Of j 5, i Genuine Economies Is Hatched Out Every Day Dur- ing Our July Surplus Stock Sale The gcmioiis (hat In-, boon it eroded 0111 Special Sale Announcement is gKililv io UK m.uuguiicnloi this stoic, and Lo tlmf flic people ol Ijclhhi no quick to lino nicijt diid to disci mi in ilo I he u tl Inigiin ot x depend- able stoiOMiutl the tic litious aiiiioiiiicfiiitnis ol iiiiny so-oTllcd silcs Sinn1, poison I'hyisdm nieuniii" MC luu bun OIK conliniiil sliriin ol ill ing thcinscUps is satisfied ind ulic ipilnii, to Ilio ex- tent oi then poe kcl hooks in the tinh otlcied ind the splendid stoic scnue illouled lluin innonnceincnis lie oJ speoiaHmkiest HUH! .ihouL limn, and need uinuid jon ol the wjfedOiiL ol shopping enilv Ladies' Tailored Coats and Suits Truly Remarkable Values at Just to think that for the small sum of seventy Hvo cents you may have your-choice of. thirty suits and coats, all this season's now models, perfectly tailored and made from such durable materials as Irish Linens in.white and natural linen color skj pink, and >nnny other novelty weaves mostly all in these smart "plain tailored effects so becoming to ladies of cultured taste and refinement C6m- of all wanted prices _, iv. qually and Ladies' Black Sateen Wrappers Only .lust about two dozen In this lot, so'wo would strongly ad- vise all interested in them to come early to avoid disappointment. 'I hese are Well made garments of' mercerized black sateen of an extra durable Quality, and ar0 all in the siiiailer 32 anil 34 bust. Regular prices and S3.00. To Clear at 95c Men's Tailored Business Suits Former Prices up to Now on Sale at Read About When-we tell you the reason.for sacrificing these regular' ,1115.00 suits for you will readily understand that modern mcichandiaing methods demand then immed late disposal 'We have made tremendously heavy purchases fpi" fall in anticipation of the .now assured bumper crop, and we simply imust have wardrobes empty to accommodate these'-goods, now on the great and genuine sacrifice. 'Materials in these suits-are in the popular grey and brown striped imported worsteds of unquestioned quality and dur- ability, also a small quantity of black and serges. Tail- oring, interlining, .fit and finish are of the highest quality standard and styles right up-to-the-minute. Sizes 35 to .'12. Your Choice for Men's Cambric Shirts "As previously, announced, not a, shirt in this lot but what is excellent were -Sizes to 17. To Clear at 95c Half-price Items in the Dry Goods Section Ladies' Fancy Lisle Hose 10 .dozen Ladies' Colored Lisle Thread Hose in plain, (ace, embroidered and nnd ends in our best qualities. At jubt half price. Ladies' Kelts, and Neckwear Ribbons and Laces, repre- senting ail left-overs from our this season's stock, all now on sale at All hall' price Special As, the primary, ob- ject of this sile is to clear up our all sale prices arc for cash only and sale goods are not exchangeable. Hudson's Bay Stores EDITED BY "INO" Off let 1224. Residence Phont'774. heart is like the rose ji The .members of the Rower Clulld beneath the tropic's arc Bra.lcful to Mrs. K. Shaw who 'generously 'donated (lowers vus- tiidi) I lie gill who issislul in blossoms at-tlic Oall That name, Miat hlO'oms as sweet 'mid northern snows', Kqrevci lovely- ami the same Allan owing to thi! ol Mrs Kennedy's father I'oc. Miss Tillcy short holiday has returned [rom at Frank. Miss A. Niven leaves on Monday to spend a sliorv-holiday at Coaldale. Mrs. II. J. icsdav fron I-I. Skcilli returned Wi a visit at HIainnore. Mrs. .1. llurilctt St. lias returned from a vacation spent at tlic coast. Her infiiiy friends will he sorry to learn, that .Mrs. R. .1. Gordon is ill at !icr home, 1008. CourUand'.Sf. Mrs, E.. of Cnlgnrv, is visiting with -her mother, Mrs. Her nard, Hartlctt St. .Miss the Gall Hospital .staff, expects to leave shortly on a Vancouver. Miss Olfii I v ins Ins gone to C il garv and Banff; where she will spend couple of weeks A quiet but. pultv 'home nedilmg ii1- llni ol iMr Addibcjii lee of Spok int. tq Miii Snr i Linda Starrctt, ol Hass Klver. N. C at the home ol llie groom's lather, Mi I 1' Itioun soutji of onldnle I ho ceremony was solemnized Wed- ticsdn, lulj 5th in i m, Ho li. Milford, ol Hie Coaldalu Jfcliio- church. is putorimd in the prtwnci, ol tlic immediate relatives ol the couple, While the bridal couple entered tlic parlor Miss Jennie Hrown played. the wedding march by Lohengrin. Miss blossoms at. the Gait 1 llospitai, the Misses Conjhiiu "onmUlcd scillcrcd lose inicii liutton mil Uiiusin 1 he; Vs lhur vM llu'c weie chaperoned by Mis t I i> uin" Um C'onyljeare. bridesmaid being Miss Minnie Crccl- nian, a cousin ol tlic bride, anil -the groomsman was Mr. R. Leu, an un- cle of the groom. A finev-'luiicheon was served in the dining room, whicli The garden1- parly and strawberry ftslual to he given undu the ins Piets of the lidies' Aid of tteslcy u..... [ri church on afternoon lulj (he wedding eake Iming the i lulled Si ites ihg md CanUi in dig ed ovir the top Mr md Mrs I I Blown left for Calgarj and othci poinls of interest The pres- ents were numerous and very lieauti- 12lh PIOIIIMS to lie T f mil lu it Ihe iDiir will he held fiom three to MX on the grounds idjoming the rlmreh Ihe luhcb in uorking hud Mr Mrs roil Mcfarlj Iliamesford, Out will spend the summer months in (lie citj Miss'Ethel Oonybcarc arrived home Hits- morning Irom lornnlo where [she his been atlending the Consena of Music Mr mrt Mrs I) II riion expect Ho shorth on a Msit to Uish- ingtbn, D. C., where -they will le- Imain for two or three, w'ecks. ei and Mrs of Nencis tie N Tl ,n. fcufbls Mill Mrs J M Mtkea Hiunton SI Ihcj n miin the city ,01 i couple ol 'necks vj crowd uisli ion to ben in mind nnd "reserve the dale, .lulv 12. [or I lie garden festival. iMiss M. G. of Milwaukee, Mis I liliin C Vin Olnrcom and Mi S. Van', of Fond dii Lnc, '.Vis., arc. visiting .at the homes of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. M. 1, Peck and Mr. and E. C. Peck. The. fonr-xr. is a sister and the lat- lu ire niece ind nephew respective ly. Miss Van Blarcoin, just recently graduated from the inusiu department of .the Milwaukee Milwaukee. ful. ThLT were liberally showered with rice .and old shoes as they -took (he train for Lethhridge. WERE IMPRESSED WITH LETHBRIDGE (High Itner Times) Mr." and Mrs. Charles C. Short re- Downer College, I turned Irom "a- short visit to Lelh- 1 bridge on Saturday, where they vis- ited with Mr. Blenner-riassctt' and Mr. -Bvcrslield. Speaking ol rtlie city ol.-.tclhbridgc, Mr- that he uti> impressed the enthusnstic manner m which the I.etlihridge city government-.and the Roild of Irade perform then. IJoth arc bick .d to (lie limit hj the ind the result Is that I otbbridge is fast ample justice to the good thugs pro a pity CAUSED DEATH (Specnivto tho Iferald) r, Micleod lulv inquest to as_ .ttun the eause oi the death of tliii Fjcnth llie Western Asbociai- ed Press leporter died m the Micleod Jill IVcdnesiliy eicnmg-Ti'iis last niejit tlie jur) being com- posed of Messrs. 0. F. N. Gin A G ttm Kyle p f Koitnght ind 1 Swmmrton, the iattei acting as foiemin Hie ii-rdiet- ivis brought, in was, the deceased had died from excessive drinking of ilcoliol Word has teen sent to tlie Operators' ' Mont real and the police are waiting for a icph in regard to the burial ol French. The employees of the Hudsph Bay :slorR.. fclohrated their first weekly j 'laUhohdu last afternoon hi Immg a picnic at, the Olen Hit of. tiie stall were! accompnnied In their and alto I gcther the g ithering numbered inoi t tlnrh, A jpllj spent and sports Uie parly did ided lor .lunch and tlie wiiolc aliair was -much enjoyed Iron, start to flu- sh UmraU1 clmniing host importance on wnnol Iccp T c t) lile I ethliridge Inck I he cili7ens axe too and wide-awake and thcv have .loo strong i hchef in the lullire of leth bnAec (0 Mion Jclr or a coal strike Io present them taking strides Mrs 1 P Pein s 'guests Mr ind' Mis N 1) of Southampton, j will leave oiiMonday to visit monton Dr. Or "J. Courticc ar- um! home toil n From i dtJigl t- ful holtdaj spent at the Lakes. Mr. Is'onnan ICirkha'm is expected io irrne in tilt citj tomorrow from ho performed 'this jdnllc ol giooinsnnn at his brothers wed ling i ess list evening of in informal litlip 'iunction is a courl-sv to Miss llel the front llus joir lliej are jcn McKillop Miss Ronnell w is prepmiig for the piling ol their (bisled bv Miss OUcr he house was sircrti and will lai steel for street jprctU with potled plants iml pro )Cus t] hope to hue estili whist wis- tlic form m iishcd in t feu icirb innscment I he guests included the Susses Mclilllop Olivcl link nej Otl Iljsson Cronklnlc Chip nnn ind I Mid Messrs. Sh-'p HobeHson Nichols U iufac1' Scott Tin Mission in Societi of Westminster clinieh met with Mi9 I j tie li (he piisonae-e if ternoon, with ;i splenilid' attendance'. Tie silhjccl Deiconess of Cm adi, MIS most cipibl) Inndled bj Mrs 1 n Grc) the discussion being Mr ind Mis Hugh thlli'rcn of I ethhridgc cih tin nir Mrs Seott mil watch towel report on are guests in I 'fd Mrs A splendid chlldlpn lett Ibis morning fol coasl Ilenid I he J.' Higinbotllain and daughter, Marjorie; arc home iroin a holiilav MSI! to tilnin Hid Banff Mrs llig inholham will visit in Edmonton be- fore returning io I.etlihridge. Calgary J. n. Renter, oi Lctliiindge, route to the consl is (lit yiesl of Mrs Tolvillc in (he city for a lew (lays. Mrs. TCeu ter was the winner of several prizes for her needlework at the given liy Mrs. U'illian? Moult and Mrs Alexander gave a similar report on China. The meeting was most in- teresting throughout, as well as in- structive. Once moie llie childicn of SI ustih s Sundn school afe disippomt ed Hic> sij miseij likes compini d, if that is any .satisfaction, 'ihcy nre not alone in iheir misfortune. The of St Pull's I ulliei in Sundij school aic piobahiv lei I ing equally blue. Never mind', kiddies, it won't al- Mr J OUPII is spending i short time at Crow's Nest lake, whnc Mib Owen is- summering ths Owen has as her. guests' her mother and father. Mr. Myers, of Waterloo, Iowa ways lie raining. Soon the sun w'ill shine igun and tiicn how gl id joil will lie to liaVO) pibine to Ipnk 'onnrd to instead of having (he fun ill oicr f this'for tmjifor.1 llioii muH I; now hints tint in ill won i still he so lolli Societj nf SI Clouds will not cm pour down i im Paul's Lutheran church will hold their regular monthly meeting at tile home of Mrs. P. 'J..M. Waslying, 52.1 j IriiirtepiiUi SI S on llunsdij if lenuion, Julv 1.3th Mrs. .1. Renter, of this cilv, tool fiisl it (he Gaigirv bih'on for a ten cover, which is cm bioidcied in llie corneis uilh I tenrli iiaskcts filled with flowers of cvcrv shade. The a beautiful work- er art, of .whicli Mrs. Renter may justly he proud. The Ladies' Aid of -St. Andrew's church will hold a strawberry and ice cream social on the grounds of the new chureli on Thursday evening, .July l.llh. Mr. Murray has kindly offe'led iiis auto io convoy ihose wish- ing io ailentl. fhe firsl -trip to, lie made at eiplit o'clock. There will lie liomp-innde randv and lemonade for site Ml who fin ni'cnd Will no f injni the Irtlnal A sullen day will clear' u Tlie Uxbridce -.lounial contains the a wedding of lo-j vcl'.v HVC tople-of discussion. In-this r-il inicu t Ihe muiiagi o! Miss district where It meets nlth much 1 ties ire spend ing humlicds of Ihonsinds ol dollars in civic improvements this vear, 'and nlien he cnnie'in "personal contact with the citi7ens he could not help miking i contiasl between iiiein md I lie citizens of Higli Uiver.' Fn LeUi- IlindTO Ihe citircns are enthusiastic nnd iniliitioiiSj confident in the fniiue ol then utj while here the hue ippirentlj los-t hope ind lie siniph prljing tint something v ill come along to cause tlic town to at vance without any effort on thci part. TO CONNECT UP WITH THE WEST loionto Donald Mann says this morning that tenders will he iwarded in two or three days, provlii ng 1'or I he'construction -of .550. miles of.railroad for the Canadian Northen from Port to Salhvoml June tion and supplying; Ihi. connecting lino- between Toionto and the Can arlian west served bj tile C N R El plaining the route bir Donald said run Ihe line from Port Ar turn between the CPU line and Lake Superior for a few, miles and then run in a direc ion to the north ot Long L ike to Ob lite WANT FARMER CANDIDATES Neither Com. nor'Llbcrali in Bran- don Hopeful for City Mini Success Uramlon, Man., Jiily do- mantis of the Grain Gro.wora for more fanner candidates for Parliament Is Mnigncl Alcinck lounget daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs, Mcr- rlck, Rcacll, to Kdn-nrd Kennedy, oi letlihiidge w is in the Cilhohc chinch on lursthi lime lith al 7 W i in Hev Kilhei Itiehardson ofncnting Ih brides only Irene McNVvm ihp groon w is polled hi Mi M 1 Rosier of lor onto, i, took the CTcfj1 Injn loi Monlrcil ind lice a.1 Hcfoie lrnMng''f'rtr''tKeit hotnr'in I elh bridge, tlicy will spend a week with friends in l.'xliridge. The bride was a popular young Indy. and their many lends wish Iheni H long ind liapp) ulded life Mr jind Mrs-. Kennedy, will not nr five in I lie city at soon as expected, favor. men on-ihoth sides, freely ndiriit -that Sifton out of It nnd no Conservative noliti: cian prominently, mentioned, it might not be a bid Idea to let the farmers go to It in the coming every man, regardless of parly, It is felt, that Brandon might well .be-rep- resented by a farmer. Neither the Lib- eials ot Brandon city appear to be verj hopeful of.any. .city-man acalnst a strong man'from the'country, and and -it Is just possible both, parties may decide upon farmer candidates. So.far nat--a city man is mentioned In connection .with the Itrnmlon nom- lalion. The only CbnmrvaUrc.dll- cusucd 'as a Ilkoly candidate is. the Robert Hogers, and Liberal standard -bearer Is -.Reeve t'oorke, of I'ipcstone, Man. In spite of the fact that the Jury biought in a verdict of desth due to the use of alcoholic ulants at the inquest oier he re- mains of the late Charles French of this cih held Maclcod J on 'Ihursdav eiening, there seems to lie some doubt that this was real cause of his sudden demiio doctor who examined the bodj plained to the jury that it hardly, tint death would remit in such a from excessive drinking- Bnd it is said that he himself attrib-: u'ed the cause to hemorrhage of brain This maj have been caused b> a hard knock which he evidently recehed as a large abrasion an peared on the left temple of the dead man. It Is understood that-the doc- tor made the examination will malce a special report to the attor nej eeneial and further inquirlx may yet be made. One of the local police force who suv French get on the train E313 that he uas fairly sober when he left here and does not think that death would result from an caled condition He had no monev on his person when found dead in the cells at -Maoleod which Is thought to fre rather peculiar, u a man in his position would hardly attempt to make the trip from Lethbrldge to Oolgarj some monei to tide him When it la considered that 'IB from four o clock in morning when he was put off train at Macleod without ever wak-( mg up something very unusual ac cording to the opinion of tbe local police theie seems to be good cause for a further investigation and it is quite that the Mounted Po- lice will work on the caee i The deceased man s sisters In Montreal haie been located and no- tified and the police are awaltlTTg instructions as to the disposition the remains s Charles French was not the-'-mft'irsi right name as has been" learned by: means or communications received from his daughter In Seattle, Newbro's ITerpicide Old Not Disappoint 'Don't becomo discouraged Vlimpltr ecanse your hair falls and :is> :thin't weak and is Ism until you have tried [erpieide I first began to use New re's Herpicide, three years ago; after spell of fever, which caused me to ecom.e almost bald Herpicide soon estorpj ttlc'qUiiiitHy and natural color T 1115 hair 1 feel lost jilthout a bottle Herpicide inv the house is Anna 821 oilisvlilo Ky tells In her own'wQrUs oiy she lost her hair and ot It hack Mrs Layn t at duplicated a thousand, tlmea nd can be repeated thousaiidst inol-e Nawbro's Herpicide keeps and scalp in perfectly tlon When the hair papilla ops been destroyed by the ravages otJMe dandriifr the hair will resume ite suspended growth. New bras Herpicide kills the'iland raff germ and checks falling hair The Itching of the scalp stops almeif'vln- sUntli Others Imitate and sim 'lar claims but the original dandruff germ' destroyer is Herpicfde. n Apnlimtirni" of thit nonderfui ftfm edjt may be obtaned at any good ,bar- her.'iiliop. j.'.J1 Send lOc in postage or sMter for samplo and booklet to The Herpicide Ittept R Oetroll Mien Ml D Co Ltd art special agcnu and guarantee one dollar alM ;