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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ffl THE LETHBRIDT.E DAILY HERALD .Inly 12, Mil. Lift, CLARKE CO. Ladies' Phone 453 Acadia Block Big Bargains at the Ladies' Store For Thursday-Friday Shoppers The'fixed policy of this store that slocks must be kept fresh and clean, and evi-ry dol- lar's worth of niLTcliiuulise sold the season for which it was impels us to make sweeping clearances all n'long the Combinations of unfavorable eondlTions, chief among which are the stringency of money market and backward weather, Ifft us with blggtr stocks than ususl so that you may ex- pect bet'tr choosing bigger Inducements than ever before. Consider this list carefully and note the savings Reducing the Gkne S Finest silk lisle and pure silk gloves with double tipped fin- gers shown In wrist lengths in a complete range of col- ors Including black, tails, grays, sky, rose, navy, white, etc..All lines worth up to Cue. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY To elMr .Last of the Wash Suitings Repps, Indian Heads Pure Linen Suitings in a splendid variety of colors and beauti- Cui qualities, sutable for la- dies or children's wear, and useful tho year 'round. All grades usually sold at and 30c a yard. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY To Cleir 25c 15c Great Values in Hose indies' fine lisle hose, plain weaves or lace ankles; with double tops, extra elastic, full fashioned leg, double soles, spliced heels toes; black and all colors included. Reg. 35c and -toe values THURSDAY AND FRIDAY To clear 20c Great Bargains in Prints Best English goods that are sold in every ttore In town except our own at 15c, our special price usually being 12 l-2c. Shown In a splendid collection of light, medium and dark colors; all guaran- teed washable. THURSDAY AND.FRIDAY 4 ft_ To Clear IUC .ill the Sunshades Must Go A splendid aiiortment stUI to choose in fancy silks, I linens and mercerized mater- ials; beautiful goods ranging in price from to 15.00. rHURBDAY AND FRIDAY To eleir Big Savings on all Waists Our entire stock- of wash waists on sale for two full days, including all tailored and fancy lingerie styles in linens, repps, piques, prints, ginghams and muslins. Worth 11.25 to fS.OO. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY To Clur -I .1 1-0. CLARKE CO. SUFFERING .'INSTANTLY RE- safe and speedy dealer does not keen them, mail you a box (18 pow- dere) on receipt of 35 cents. J. L MATHIEU, P. Q HARVESTING SOON AT MAGRATH J A Rine, mtnager of the Magrath Trading Co, was in the cuv en bueineae He reports buameis aa belna- brlik in the Magrath district Hanwtmg nill commence about Jtilj ONTARIO FRUIT CROP HIT HARD Toronto, Ont., Julv MONTREAL STILL GETS IT HOT Montreal, .July ..only -the day's showers did little to revive Ihe second time since the present month parched land he.-m shower pass-j started on its Mistering career ed along the south shore of thc lake 's weather reports placed Mont over the Orimshy district. It laid the dust but did not help the berries and small inuts, ami damaged thc i had matured to a nor-' sue Alone the north shore the heat humiditv still prevails and the fruit ture FIRES WRECK MICHIGAN TOWNS Two Lumbering Centres Completely Wiped Out' Hundreds Homeless That Some People Have Lost Their Lives Bay City, Mich, July twin owns of Oscpda and Au Sable; op-, osite each other at the mouth of the ni Sable River and having a poputa- ion of 1SOO people, are in ashes, much of Its inhabitants at have ot escaped on .board the steamer ongo or Detroit and Mackinaw, relief oats, are shelterless in iwampa and Slds about the burning towns.. 'At Id night last night a carload of food as Hastily collected here by Mayor oodruff and, a volunteer'committee as despatched to the two as bout 1200 'people remained around eh that were once their homes had nothing to eat since yea- rday noon. No loss of life has been reported although the fire, un- der the influence of a fifty mile wind, spread at such rapidity that men.and women dashed from houses dropping such bundles of valuables and cloth- ing ae they had started to pack. Many people living on the short side of the town started for safety along the teach, but m-Hhin ten'minutes the. heat was intense that they were ffriven into the water an'd continued their wa% along; the Bhoie wading The.'heaviest loser is H.1 H. Louds, bons and Co, of tthklu Teorge A Louds, congresman for Michigan, is head. Its property consisted of two sawmills, planing mill, shingle mills, holt lumber residences! The.total probably in excess of one and one half dollars. The fire startedjn the slab yard' in Oscoda and in half ah hour the entire town mas in flames The fire [juickly jumped Atisuable rH er, to Anatiaible, and_ that town 'was soon in flames that- reached to the town limits on-every haii'd. -A snger-train on thc DetroiUand 'Mack- inaw Railway got to the towns .oh.tho lumber spur and mid- night; Flames were then running 'him dreds of feet into and the in- tense heat scorched the :side of the train and cracked windows.; A overheated bridle was burned. Beaver Township, In Crawford Coin ly, itveral.'tehn houaes anil town ha: have ben burned. The llo.vne' Cll. Lumber Company camp No. five, nca Boyae city, la reported luroumled. I Montmoreiiey County vxtenilr campi'ere exposed to'Immediate, dan owlnj to the high winds. Then If much knxlely In (lay City rpKardhu fire conditions north of here. reportu from Orayllng, Weilbrniich' Koecommon, Wolverine and Gaylor by telephone, are to the effect tllllt fierce forest fires ure 'burning In evbrj direction, 'hut that none of those towns were In Imodlnte. danger. Lnte last night the wire sent out north of Staudlsh so that noiv there Is no wlro communication "with all nolhern Mich gan north of Slandlsh, Arenac County and Bast People Missing Detroit, July reports to- day from fire-swept districts of Nor- hern Michigan, say sevenil settlers' families and lumber camp crews ueur Wolverine and several families near Oaylord are missing. Reports contin- ue to be. received of possible loss of life .at Oscoda and An. Sable SEEK THE LOST INJLETHBRIDGE Chief of Police GUlespie is receiving letters these dajs asking for Information about people whose friends in the east or in (he old coun- try 'have loit track of them. He had three on his desk this morning wh'ich have been received within the past Couple of days. One of these is from .Sarah iChadwIck of Kearney. Out., asking: him to locate her son twenty- one years ot age. .Mrs. Chadwick and family have just lately arrived from England and the son, who WHS to meet to'do so. Her rea for writing to Lethbridge was on account of a brief telegraphic des- patch from this city telling of the dead man found ou the prairie near 'Warner. Another came from .Mrs. E. Roberts of Wolverhampton, Eng., asking for Inrorniation regarding the where- abouts of ;Harry Baker, who came to this country about 11 years ago. He was last heard of JIi's- James Harkness of Port Will- iam, wants to know if "the here know anything about Jas. ilarkness, who left" Fort 'William about; 'two months .ago. He too is thought to he in Lethbridge, Chief Gillospie reports that he has track of this man, ORANGEMEN Observe Twelfth Here With Parade, Speeches and Sports Lolh-brldse stroots were onllvoneil at noonj..today by the sound of .the marital music m.idu the llfo anil diuin, ao deai'lo oicij Ontiiconinu'u lean. Orangeiimil's Uay Is being ap- Jroprlntely celebrated the local nemheis of the oiilei and bj the uany vlnltlng brethren present from uolnlH along the I'nss'nnd east. Everywhere 'the orange and lurple.ami-gold Is seen, mid at noon 'specially .the streets presented a siila ippearau'ce. The big event of the day was. of ourse, the parade, which was held t high .noon, lu this the .massed odges assembled In the city pa'rlli. and furnished n very brilllan peclaole.. Headed by the Vorshiptul Master 'Kroning. of ih elhbridgeLodge, on Ills white clia r, the procession-moved'-from orner of Fifth street and Court where' they had assembled along Fifth street to .First nvenin thence to Tenth street, returning t Fifth street by way of Third avcniK From Fifth street they marched I' the .Athletic Park, where the sport and speeches of the day -took place The speakers were'Rev. A. A. Lytl and Rev. W. W. Hryden of Lethbritlge Rev. .1. E. Hunter, of Blairmore, liev J. Hlncboy.of N'anton and -Mr. Gregor, of Noble. Following the marshal in the pi ade came, tho Lethbrldge_Lodge fife and drum corp. then the Lethhrid; Orange Lortite No. 1U6C, the Macleod L. O. L. No. 1SSS with their band Taber L. 0. L. No. 2311, Blairmore L. 0. L. No. 222-1, and Summervillo L. p. L. No. 2204. The Miners' 'band brought up Ihe rear, and furnished special music for the occasion. Rep- resentatives were also present from Rocky Coulee, Medicine Hat, Maple Creek, Grassy Lake, Granum and Claresholm. Altogether there were bout 300 in the parade This evening's entertainment will consist of a lacrosse match between Lethbridge and Taber in the District Lacrosse League, the game starting at .4.30. Then will come the big event of the day from .a spurt standpoint, 'hat is the 'baseball game between he Crescents ol 'Taljer and the Letli- bridge District team. COWAN'S I PERFECTION COCOA Is good for Growinf GLrb Uld Boyg-and they 'lie JL h nourithet their bile bodies mi nuka 'them healthy ind Cowu'i Cocoa, M you pi i Inn JXXII grocer, is abeelutelj pure. fa OCUCMW ll.nu i> ohiiMd ky the the Coco, skilfully ii to impair kultli. bujUaf piopcrtin of ike Cocoa, Do Yon UM Cowui'f U. S. CLAIMANTS GIVEN AWARD London, Timea >n- nounces that King George has given he award-in the Alsop claim to d.e United States. The award conceies pounde to the Am- erican claimants Early in 4.ufeu3t ast the American ambassador tied he Chilean minister at; London rre- icnted to t'ne British foreign nfl'ce heir respective eases :lnlm which has been to fing George as The.c'kiia s based upon the large eurnu of advanced. to -the: Bolivian, ao .-orn- lent in IS7-I. ;Chiie agread. to SB- lime the obligations pf Bolhla to he company. The .claim amounted o The United States 'end agreed to submit the case io ie late King Edward and ibis eath to his King hile deposited the amount claimed London to be paid in1 case ie award was" in favor of the tates claimants. cial train carrying fire apparatus. from Bay City lo-Alpcna jumped; the track in trying tp get around burning real's temperature somewhat below the ninety mark in the main, though this point was exceeded two- tenths of i degree once during the .mi a Mil! Above the withering for 01 mois- "mllea "from Rfeuhemeii uill nnhr fi midmglit Those who I points Tue of Lewiston has a (sum to I'uii ai towns. It was nearly miduight before the Lrack was replaced. Highiwind wag general throughout northern Mi- chigan last night, and from. all over the "district came reports of heavy fires fanned to huge proportions b% the winch is reported at from ries lire burned on tho bullies Cali- fornia table .cherries are fifty cents sniail box in the stores, while the native goes begging at a dollar for a quart basket Summer Sale MCLAUGHLIN Carriages Democrats Delivery Rigs TYPfcS, BUT ONLY ONE GRADE AND BEST' To make room for our Fall stock ne mil sell.theie fine at a bie cash discount Thev are going Call before jour chance Is gone. MoL Motor Cars "A GOOD WINE NEEDS NO BUSH." FISH TUDHOPE Wagons and inspect our stock We intend to offer wifons price that nill out our ttock 60 BUN Turkey Red n hear for Heed Hyde Saunders AND FOM IT. IAtT P. 0. 112. TEL. 1M4. a shcit oici thcmscheb bcioie th rrormng dawned and most of thc re spoclahlf aliens of Montreal mad a return to dignitr li> giving up the tcmuornr) resting places, in thc park and squares o( Ihe cily m favor thair domestic couches Anothe death ocuined, houcier, before th sun's disastrous suspended Th MJtim was Henri McOoldnck, age 57, of 27 Monlal street One pros tration also recorded from Ih Western hospital. DUiLIN ENTHUSIASTIC j OVER KINC AND QUEEN Dublin, July people Dublin are ditplajing unabated en 01 cr the and businesg throughout the city Main today The King and a garden part> at the ylce regal lodge and an Sour with the guest, on the A court held tonight at Dublin Cai tie wnicn attended Bnormom inhered around the entrance to the cattle ind watch- ed the coming and going ot the guests. OPERATIC BINOtftl WED Paris, July The romance of Emma Kim en nnd Rmllle DeOogorra came to a climax at high noon today In the office In Rue I) Anjoii the fimoin tlifera mar- ried. The of France granted tne famana a ipeclal dla- nensatlon from Inw requlriif Boating of Banni ten daji ketbn monj ClTli Mrvlce will >i followed by religions cermrair Thunday The iDi, will >o to Owminr ,'ter a nllrg honeymooi, fire on its border and the entire pop illation is out fighting it (5- Alger on the Michigan Central and Turner .on :the Detroit, and Mackinttc: are also in danger Reports received at Alpena that Bolten and were u few years ago. wiped out, are again, threatened, as-Is also i.Vlillgburg, a town of about 1900. Not a tele- graph, telephone or railroad vire Is working north of Oscoda on the De- Detroit and Mackihac, w.hile Sherocri- gan.is also cut off from communica- tion. At Sherberigun a mound of saw- dust; an acumulation of thirty years' tawings, has ben burning for a week and Monday the rising wind fanned it into a stiff blaze. At Richmond, .forty Michigan Central cars and a'bridge were destroyed, and at Heakweod an SIR WILFRID AT MONTREAL Montreal, July Wilfrid Lati rier is spending quietly renew- ing old friends and paying a number of personal visits. 'He w.ill not take up any business during his time here. He leaves ,for the capital at four, this afternoon. FOLLOW LETHBRIDGE EXAMPLE Calgary, account of the coal strike Aid. Watson advocates fhat Cllgarj a coal mine A. MEETING A special meeting of the Salvation Armj be held tonight Onnge- men are particularly invited to at- tend. LORD KITCHENER'TO MARRY London, Kitchener, who has long as a ro- mah hater, will marry Miss Lenora. Matilda, youngest daughter of Lionel Douglas .Hearsey, ..of Kheriondh, 'In- e dia; according to an announcement; in_the Indian, Daily Telegraph. The Field Marsha! is said to be several years older than his prospective bride The Ladies of Lethhridgc May Now Have Beau- tiful Hair. The Alber- ta Drug Co. Haft the Article and Guarantees Tt to Grow Hair, or Re- fund Your Money. The Alberta Co, -Ucked up iy the manufacturers of SALVIA. tht Great Hair Grower, It to ten trow hnlr SALVIA destroys Dandruff In ayi. The roots nf the hair are H> nour- ehed and fed that a new crop of half up, to the entxentoat of the uwr The half It oft and fluffy all Aaerleu SALVIA Ie daintily It hard to find an ettreM who ooei Dot SALVIA allr. Ladlee of eociety and tvflwMice ate M other. Ie a pwerm- (on, and Ii .the laeW ftyortte. A Me Tke Dnif Co, St. Catkarliin, Caa- adlat dlitribntora. ;