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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thm-Mlay, July 11, 1012 Your first'tnouth- fnl of these'crisp b r 6' w n'l sweet- hearts of corn will make you wish you had long: ago made an everyday habitpf eating this cereal confection. .58 THE LFfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pajrell GREAT RUSH TO LOCATE OIL Calgary, Juiv biggest oi1 rush in of the West is on, and tlie.XDQminlon Lands Olfiec at Calgary is besieged people are filing petroleum gas nghis, on vicinity of the field- dis- bj I. K. Segui, the GaUforn- oil expert." ..'Although the new'a pfrthe exact'.location of the field was hot madcrpublic until 9 o'clock ou f morning the news spread tjuicklv among thoie who had been j following the movements of Uaud j i McDougall and I Scgnr, and bj i noon IjJ sections' of land liad bein F file i on s Operators: from .Call j ipir-ia, were, the JiuUlo ML, making j their after mnc i o'clock. They followed bv puls, fv.r Irene-jlcrron and Ldit Is.ibelU between them have now filed lights on foilr SOL lions Their ialher, S Her ion, filed on four sections also Ihe tj-erron family holdings bein three In township rang 3, of the 5th sec tion in township 20 range 2 west o the one in township 10, range west of the oth, and jn tovuishi 19, range 2 west of the oth DaUcl McUougill, Calgarv million aire 'andovvner, who alreach owns big tract of Jand in the vicmiU the find and the man-on pro pcrtj one of the hig bcepigcs wa found has also filed on, 2180 acios o land in addition 10 his alrcadv tensive holdings W A Stark, of Fdmonton, win has bean following the developments of the has filc-d nn 3 s-cttons m townships 20 and 21 range 3, west of the nth meridian and U Me Ulister, anothei oil man from f'aliioima, has filed on oneiquar 1er section m township 21, tan vest of the 5th. MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Off I en, 1224 Mrs. S. 13. Mason, 5tli St., left today nn a month's holiday to Charters, York County, New Drifts-j wick, f j t 4 .Mrs. (ftcv.) T. iV Perry entertain- ed tins aflcnioon in honor of. Mcltitytc of is the guest of Mi's: A. B..-Stafford. v Mrs. M. E.' Roy, accompanied hy her duUghlsi, Luiua, left on tlie er this morning f Mibsw, K C for Seal- He, vc.vtei.dav, wheie vvilhspeml the hohdavs Before reluming thrv will visit with.friends in Banff 'and Calgary, Miss A. Miller left this morniii' for her home in Coronation, Alta. Mrs. If A. Suggitt> of. Coal.lale, was operated on for appendicitis yes- terday ai Hie Gait hospital, and is progressing favorably Mr and Mis P. S Clarke, ot ranum, relumed lioliic vesterdaj af- ier a week's iweddins tour, They j Wednesday of last] br Hev p S Bishop, ol Mac- ,eod. Mrs. Clarke was Miss Ethel dt Grinum Mr. BIcnncr-Has- tt1, who had intended leaving on TucsdiU for several ueeks' at Hie coast, have been detained ow- ing to illness in the family. They ex- pect to leave, however, about' July TWO FREIGHTS WERE IN COLLISION Vancoinei, BC Tulj a flrerqan, and Lee a Chinese cook, diod at Kamloops itom jnjuries when tno extra CtP R frMghta collided head on ypsterda> morning at'll o'- cloclr at small; station 27 tnilea oast of Kamloops third'section of No was due, at about mid- night iMt' night was delayed. This the special tiain on which Afin later of Cochrane was riding Long Service and wdtfitction are assured if you knnos, forks, ipoous and serving pieces btinng the trade mark This brand is known as flatt that Wears" the grade of plate. Famous for t and beauty j BROWN BETTY TEAROOMS OPEN DAILY, Business Men's Lunch ROOM 4, MACDONALO BLOCK W. Barclay, formerly general p of the V R T Co here who has been under medical care here for the past two leaves to- morrow m his prhate Quebec, for a vacation at Banff, Barclay will accompanv him, Mis T V Felteily has, reUirned fiom L'algarj, she parents, Mr. and Mrs. .larrett.' She was accompanied by her sister, Miss Alabcl .Jarrctl, who will spend her vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. George Ringler, of North Hay, who had been visiting re- latives in tho citv, left yesterday for T-idinnnton Thej will aM wsit m Saskatoon and Winnipeg'before tiiniing home. Hon. Archie, McLean, ticasuiei, uas in the on his to'Edmonton. Queen Alcxamlia atiend- ed tlie''dress reheariial of tlie Eli hethan "triumph" fat Shakespeare's I ngland Inhibition at Uail's Court As iijuch paid for a 'single1 box. "The-lowest; price for a ticket is Mrs. George Corn- wallis-'tYrsl, who is managing the.af- fair, '.is 'besieged with-requests for tickets from acquaintances'and very few are now left. The -Ladies' Aid of Wesley 'church held a delightfully pleasant afternoon tea at the home of Mrs., W. A. Ham- ilton vesterdav, who was assisted in recciung bj Mis and Ml-. I lueston. There was a large attend- ance, a pleasing feature being num- ber .of-visitors. the'aiternopn musical selections .were rendered by iV.vs, Patterson, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Allan and Miss Orchard. Mrs. Whelcn poured the tea. At the Methodist parsonage last night Hcv. T. P. Perry of Wesley cliurch, united Mr. Percival Martin Fisher .and Miss Anna Wilhelmina Meet, of Warner, tor life. The bride was assisted bv her cousin Miss .Ju- lia Itoer, and similar honors were performed For the .groom by Mr. C Mr. unri Mrs. Fisher spent today in: the citv and will: leave for Warner tomorrow EXCURSION PLANNED TO VISIT CARDSTON ONE HUNDRED BOOSTERS WILL INVADE THE SOUTHERN TOWN NEXT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON TIME To the Drj-Farmjng Congress one grand boost in the -dounto south of Lethbridge where interest in the Congress, and a desire to h-elp it along has been manifest over since Lethbridge succeeded m landing the big meet, the Board of Control has arranged a special exclusion, to at 130 on the afternoon of July 24, for the run to Cardaton The plan was ,iust broached A daj or two agot and that successful inana ;er 'of excursions; Chairman Downer, of the Board of Control, together with Secretary Burns and Publicity Com- missioner Finlny, of the Congress, have been busy everquince..working up interest and arranging foi tho train Regarding the latter, the C P R was glad to do everything in their power 19 make the success, and ft. special of three coach es ft as placed at the disposal of the party. One hundred Lethbridge people wih ail rof an afternoons pleasure, .ind the opportunity to ex change courtesies" with -the people along tha bj joining .he 'excursion ma> v.ell be stated here that' Ui> nnmber Jim ted to one and the the ipplications are being booked it looks ag if niany who would'like.lo go will. to wait till another time I Leaving Lethbridge at-1.30 the train will stop 25 minutes on journey at Stirling, Raymond "arid Mar grath, where will "bV met; by, del- egations at each place The tralji will- arrive at Cardston at VG-, maining until nine o'clock. Here the'party .will attend; the ath- letic meet, which "Is being held'in the southern town that day. The Board of Trade: will "entertain the gentlemen of-the party, while a- committee Cardston ladies wilt meet 'with-the Lethbridge 'ladies. The Board" of Trade will also entertain party at a luncheon, and in the even- ing a mass meeting will be held, when the will'be the chief topic .of discussion; Speeches will be delivered hy eeveral prominent men at this meeting I Returning, the train will arrive In Lethbri-dgo at 11.30, and thsre-ig no doubt that those who have fortune to be members of the parts will consider that they have; most interesting and instructive after noon among friends Cardston has always played an im- portant part in Drj Farming Congrois matters, "and It-was to the energy the Cardston people last fall that Leth bridge owes much of forob- taining the Congress w help this year again, not only b> a larga exhibit but also EuinUhing a large" "choir of one hundred voices for Congress Week next October. The fare for the round trip .will he A NORMAL FOR BURDETT SCHOOL mioio, July 10 IJon J H Jovlc lieic all Tucsdav and ciorc Jus Jcp.irUirc announced tho otdtion of .1 new N'oimal chool at Camrosc. sites.' arc .umlcf isciission and a choice will be o ih.il work on-the foundations may egin this fail. wliich will cost about .1 uiidrud (housarui dollars, will bo an ssct- to the town in ....conjuncliou hutheniti collect1, (lie: liiillriinK for'which will com- pleted this fAlI. So many renorts of .magnificent crops have come in from all parts of the country during the past couple of vcelts that it seems almost super'lu 0113 to say more. But the-people of Burdett district believe lhat they lead when crops are the subject of con- versation. Yesterday CJ. C. Croppley, of that town, called at the Herald office, hav- ing with him a sample of flax in blocm, which would be hard to b-aat. -.Uatrict, where it Is comparatively a is phenomenal this year. Tt stands two reef in iicight now. and M-.v Croppley lieliaves that it will.nv- orage between eighteen and twenty bushels to (ho aci'o throiiRh dUtrlot. Wheat la also In Mm of nhape, while the coarse gralua wcro never excelled. The fa'rmMt Burdott have always. Latest: Sale News Bargains Disappearing As By Magic Fresh Items Are Appearing Daily I i If you came yesterday come again to-day. Each day finds something fresh on sale you cannot afford to miss i FINAL GLEAN-UP OF LADIES' AND MEN'S SUITS Ladies' Suits Are Now All One Price ILejo COJHCS the balance of our latest York Novelty bioAvn and cream ser- oes; fine imported Avorsteds and tweeds. Everyone will get a look-in: here, for.every size is in stock, some have rived a few out they go with the no matter what "-the brlgiual.price was, on Friday and Saturday the 540.00 suit takes its chance-with .the, suit and the price ticket includes tbe entire raage and that price is fixed Suits for If the Tailor Makes the Man, [your manhood will only cost Gent's Spring and Hummer Suits at a piicc reach of manS pocket. About iifty Suits, made Irom Imported English and Scotch Tweeds and Worsteds, cut in the latest New York models in two and three-button, single breasted st.yle. Good tilting collar and lapels, coat slightly shaped into lined with best quality Italian cloth, pants are cut in tho popular Eemi peg stMe, with side Btraps find belt loops with every Siiit. perfect fitting. Colorings are dark and light; shades of greys, browns and olives These Suits Represent Tallies From to All Men's Suits one price Voiles and Foulards 25c Another "great map In, .Vyash -Dress Goods...You know that oOc ;is.a, low pric" Tor thcee beautiful Foulaids and Voiles with; >of borders and that'everyone'..has..-been -buying them the season at that price On Friday the whole balance of our stock 'of''these goes at 25 centi. Child's Silk Gloves lOc If ou nant any proof of the uaj vre cut the price on goods when .we have determined to clear, inspect this-. UriV of Children's globes In stlk and Itsle'V -fhey come fawn and in Uvo-buttbrft ciyle. Regular 25c and 35c values for 10c Ladies'Silk Gloves pr25c complete elean 1 fbutton Silk and you rlll__ find tan, and v.hito amongst them j Our supply of these is.stiiclly hm the> are regular 50c and 75c values, so they TV 111 soon'be clea'refl 25 centi. Sonie Startling Reductions in Curtain Scrim, 12 There are only four rolls to be'sold at this price, so you must act'quickly A good quality rScrim in artistic col- oring aad-'design, full 36 inches wide and our regular26c. line. This, how- ever, will'drop'down on.-Monday mornr ing to exactly 'half Bungalow Net, 15c Here again quantity is strictly, lini; 'ted, only about 100 yards in four.'pat- terns; a very laccy net, with bphle'r-' ed 3dge, good and handsome design. This net has been our best, seller all through the season at' 25c., .but. as a special offer we clear the remainder out at, per jard Bordered Cretonne. 15c effecfe'Cretonne reter- handsome border-iu shades of dark bhie, red, brown, and green, very useful for curtains, draperies, etc sold less than 25 cents per yard; but Monday morning will see this down lo Madras Muslin, 45c Here is indeed a great opportunity All lovers of the ever-popular Mad- ras for window draperies will -.wel- come this news. There are about 12 patterns in sftl, And one Is of a high-class finality and design. Us- regular value ranges from 7Bc to per yard. -Special Clearance Price on this, per yard.......... .45c Printed Muslin, 12 l-2c Very dainty, indeed, are Printed Muslin for bedroom window curtains, and most artistic are the colorings in this range. Even at "Oc per yard, you would marvel how such a beautiful effect could he produced; hut when you see it at 12 J-2c you just have to buy; that is all. Curtain Remnants During this greet Clearance Sale odd length of Curtain material as scrim, bungilow net, Madras, Georgian Cloth and nil the olbci mateiialg so popular just now, be cleared at'linlf price Not ii-seless pieces, but curtain lengths of 4, 5, and 6 yards Only five more days nf this great Clearance Sale and every day means so many bar- gains Ices to select from Hudson's Bay Co. All goods aro sold FOR CA8H Xo'. No exchange. had trouble with the elevators In marketing their'grain, and this year they are going to try to overcome that difficulty by building an elevator c-T their own A meeting was held yesterday..-when the matter was broached, and it is llkclj that before thp crop la for nurltet .t farmers' be built and equipped, ready to handle Ihe crop. The of the dnn Oiiln of I'olcslcis uillv lake re tliK ''HiE1 rcpoit of the high court convention be read. HEAT TOLL WAS FIVE LIVES Fittsburg, July. and slorm took live lives here today, and pros (rale dmany. During the uflernoou a" severe electvicai stornj swopt through Western Fennsylvjuiiii, anil Ihe thermometer slid troni lo BV In Icsn than hair an iionr llaaliln, Meed while drh- ing from. Ills home In KHatrcrtli to Wcstvifw, was struck and killed by lightning Wm. 51 aged: 80, drop- ped dead, after drinking a.glass of ico water. Chss. Marker, ,ngect 10; died at his home, of heat prostration. Christopher Hlssins, aged 30, of Bradc'ock, died 'ivhlle walking to worl! Workmen in the Hire! mills nf ItontCPleiid, Uraddcck find Diuiuomit' nre suffering heal. Our Ing flra lns( u-petc inen have lieen noik'ns on iwohoin .1 two-b'our lay-off .between, hut. inanyi of them .collapsed, and in one branch of the Kdgar Thomson' mill today 275 men quit, and will return when tin weather moderates. DENTISTS IN CONV6NION Banff, July annual-meet' Ing o-' Ihc Alberta Dsntists' tlcn was held here Tiiesday'imd yoi- terday. t Hip n ninn loomed liouao for sale. Every1 Ihlng In good condition Anply MRS. E. G. HAZELL, Ave South, from 2 It 0 and v f. ;