Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The LeUbfldgf Daily Herald. Wednesday; Jiily 13; WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANGE Right here at the 'Big Store' you'll tod only the best clothing, hate, shoes and furnishings, and during our p prices lower than ever heard of before In Ixsthbridge. In order to give our C. P. R. CUSTOMEBS the bargalns> we decided to continue our sale one week longer, and it will end -July Hundreds are taking awav flllf'tiifkYlfi fltifl lo 4-ft.A J.X j The prices talk, they tell the story. See them for in the latest style, including clay and fancy worsted, cheviots and vel- 4 A f A ours, every suit perfectly tailored; I 0.50 cheviots velours, in our noted stylish taHoring; 1 perfect m drape and correct to the minute; now.................. !.5 I 2.00 unfinished worsteds browns, greys and olive; with self stripes, silver O Eft greys with mild stripes, unequalled; now................ I 3.50 All Boys7 Clothing 331-3 Reduction GIGANTIC BARGAINS IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's tain and black half all sizes, regu- lar. 25c. now Men's Ealbriggan underwear, form fitting. and. worth 65c, now -35Q Men's Balbriggan union suits, cool and com- fortable, regular .now -950 Men's 'Negligee' and 'Outin' shirts, choice fine navy blue, unfinished worsteds, dark pin head nothing C 4 C A A neater or more genteel, correct models; now IW.UU gray worsteds, self stripe., finest serges with new stripe effect; import- ed silver gray worsteds; now choice imported fabrics in mild silver, gray plaids, fine gray basket weave worsted, custom tailor 1-3 'less in" price choose from many styles of the finest fabrics-that money can "buy, in- cluding dark fancy worsteds, high-grade velours; now 30 or 40 Youths' Suits in very neat patt4rns, stylish grays, effects, nobby yetjiard wearing, all wool fabrics, worth in the regular 4 ft ft 19.50 to clear at Men's Raincoats Half Price reg. and now JVIen's working shirts, Khaki, drills, and ging- hams, reg. 75c and now ____ TROUSER BARGAINS 100 pairs all wool tweed trousers in neat res regular now .75 pairs gray stripe worsted trousers, new'and up-to-the-minute for style, regular now v HAT BARGAINS Men's siraw boaters, all .sizes, regular now r Men s straw sun hats, all sizes re- 7 Men's linen sun hats all colors, 7qc: 35c THE GREATEST SHE BARGAINS Men's jshoes, call strong, light and working and walking, all' -sizes, regular.. now 7C I....I w Men's 'calf. Congress and -al regular to clear VW' D BROS. A gpqilineof Boys' aiidrdark, regular now. A line ;of fancy border hiandkerchie'fs, regular 10c, now 6 for "THE GREAT CLOTHIERS" ALBERTA BLOCK ROUND STREET NEW CITY HALL FORCRANBROOK Cranbrook, July usual monthly meeting, of -the- City Council was held last night for -the passing .of accounts and general routine busi- ness. A called lor Friday night at which it is expected contracts in regard to the new city hall and the removal of the fire hall S to its new site will be definitely set- tled. i The Orangemen are out in force to- day, over one hundred taking part in the parade, going around the town headed by the city band. Messrs. Rollins and Small returned j last night from their -trip to see the I big fight and report a good time. j J. G-. Forbes, of the Bank of Com- merce, has returned from a two weeks' holiday in Spokane and other points in Washington. TO REffiVE EXCEUENT ROUTE stand tbe summer? That's the real test for durability your furnace is not in use, the cool, damp air in the cellar, coming with'the steel or iron dome and causes the metal to "sweat" This or moisture, .attacks the metal and quickly makes it rust. ..It's an actual fact that most furnaces would give TWICE as many years of service if they did not have their long summer vacations but were in use continually. However, the Sun- shine furnace is now equipped with Nickelled Steel Dome and Radiator. Nickelled Steel is an es- citisrre McQiij inven- tion. It been subjected ID the most severe ttsts and has demonstrated it is absolutely rust-proof. It does not father rust during the "idle" summer. Sunshine is fctalt to you lasting service. You pajr no more for the durable than for am ordinary furnace. Besides, the Sunshine Phone or call on our agent in locality and get further interesting information. m tost-Proof Nickelled Steel ome and fediator Ottawa, July is stated here Hudson's Bay railway survey par- ties have succeeded in locating a with maximum grades of four-tenths HOMESTEADLRS C.A. Magrati Proposes the Regulations be Suspended C. A. Magrath, M.P., has written j S0uth nf th v to JrW. Greenway, .Commissioner of Dominion. Lands, suggesting..that the homestead and pre-emption regula- tions be relaxed until, such time as CiiWL f the homesteaders.who have lost their crop .this year have a good season, i He suggests that the.payment of in- terest on. pre-emptions be. .suspended and all cancellation .proceedings in regard- to homesteads- suspended until March 1st, .nest, to enable home- steaders to leave their places.in or- der to work out on the irrigation works, grading being caY- by Ms illustrated song, an awful par- ried out in thenrovmcp Sn pictures of the liereast im- SERIOUS FIRE HAS BEEN FOUND AT CAMPBELLTON not find it necessary to cross that stream at any point." It is estimated that the finding of a 'better "route will effect a saving of nearly one million AT THE'EUREKA "funny at the Eureka made their first appearance last (Tuesday) night, created quite a. stir with their jokes, songs, etc., and the "Willie -boy" brought down the house Bad Fires At Other Towns .Which are Nearby St. John, N. B.. July ary reports of a serious fire which broke out in Camp-bellton, on -the I. C. R., in the northern .part of the pro-, vince, late to-day, indicate that the f town is practically destroyed. The fire broke out, says a Chatham mes- sage, in the Richards Comany's spin- dle mills and spread rapidly through- out the town. Possess the firm; crisp juciness nor flavor northern, apple. Even our great, but humble, friend the Irish potato, when grownr in the south is of a quality that will cause the most loyal Irishman to look upon it with a feeling of sorrow and disappointment The strawberry thrives in almost every climate, but the southern 'berry, while pleasing the eye, will .disappoint the palate; this, however, is not the fault of the berry hut of .the necessity of growing a berry that -will stand long distance is a juiceless 'berry. The peach is a great sufferer from conditions necessary for long distance shipment, owing to its peculiar nature. The finest eating varieties will not stand long distance shipment at ail, and those .that will must he picked before -they have com- pleted the swelling up process, which LOTS OF TEAMS H. A. Driggs, of 'Grassy Lake, was in the city yesterday and speaking of. the request of Vice-President Whyte of the C. P. R., for the names of. men in Lathbridge district, who will take: contracts grading on the extension of the Carmangay branch, says there are contractors at Grassy who.-will tackle it. In ten 'days, I says, he could collect 150 teams -an teamsters, the latter all homest ers who need the work, who'woulcl out on any construction work. One report says that only a few is the -filling up -with juice.' That ried out in the .province, has not So far he pictures of the fiercest im- type. Everybody laughed. j Tb-e other act, a musical single, is a OUR OVERHEATED HOUSES jdecidedl-v-Sood one, remarkable banjo Hmm-iTOT -Iand musical instrument playing Humidrty; or rather -the absence of -being the feature portion. Good w plays an-important part in the pictures are the order with a house heating- problem, and you will complete change tonight. For Sale I) Co., Leffttrifee always find, in any house In which the temperature is Kept at a high degree, that the atmosphere has a decidedly parching and oppressive ef- fect, and that no water is being evap- orated either on the -heating stove or in the furnace, .as the case may toe. The heating apparatus practically dries out all the humidity in the air. it should contain from sixty to seventy per cent., and unless some means for replacing it is provided, an extremely high -temperature seems necessary f-or worrath, while in fact, a more moderate temperature of humid air would not only be more wanning -but also much more com- fortable and healthful. The average furnace waterpan, however, is much to small for requirements, but if there Is one in your furnace, do not ne- glect it A new form of waterpan recently introduced with much suc- cess is circular in shape, and sur- rounds the furnace immediately in- side the easing or jacket. As it holds several gallons of water and Its shape guarantees that all the heated air is uniformly humidized, the whole house can be kept at a moderate and equable temperature. comfortable alike for old and young, with a saving of both fuel and la- bor and affording a decidedly mere healthful atmosphere to live in. A criticism, rarely needed at the Eureka, could be offered this week by way of a tip to first mentioned act to cut one or two of the suggestive jokes: the majority of the people don't like them. houses are left standing. Amon the properties destroyed are the L C. R. station house and freight sheds. The Great Northwestern Telegraph of- fice is burned, and all communication with Campbellton by either telegraph or telephone" is cut off. Dalhousie, a town several miles dis- tant, reports sending apparatus to help Campbellton, and then itself was" 1Icious a. fruit Often a lady will say alone 'makes a peach a peach. It will hang on the tree nearly its fulf size with a fairly red cheek, 'but with very little juice in it; it is at this stage it Is picked for long distance shipment. It will get ripe in transit, or after, or at least mellow, but it will not be juicy, nor possessed of that wonderful flavor that'makes it so de> visied by a fire, which, however, was, subdued by hard work. Chatham also had a blaze, and a telephone mes- sage, stating that tne Mermichi Com- pany's store and pulp mill were con- siderably damaged. j A 'Newcastle message states- that among the buildings burned are the Frank Vernon. a lacrosse player, the Tonsbury Furniture Store, was fined for an assault committed in a recent game at Toronto. SUFFERED JHfiEE YEtaS TIO Dr. Indian Root Mm Trouble Hiere axe few diseases that cause more suffering than Kidney Trouble, Jfe. F. A. Thomas, of Sudbury Ont, those who know it. He writes: over three years I suffered from kidney disease. First I thought I had my back, for suddenly the pam vwrid catch the small of my back and it wwdd be impossible for me to straighten myself up for several minutes, A dull ache across the kidneys was always ent, iny urine was thick and cloudy, and pMring it caused a burning, ataldiug pdn. Tried medicines, but they failed. 1 to try Dr. Mane's Indian Root they cured ay wife yean Wore. A few .boxes affected a core. I new, enjoy.fbt of food health, which w this and the Opera House. So far it is not positively known that any lives are lost. It is rumored nere that seven men were killed in an explosion, but of this there is no confirmation. The body of a baby was found, the little one having been suffocated. Four thousand people are homeless i and an appeal is being sent out for assistance. The Inter-Colonial loss alone is es- jtimated at a hundred thousand dol- lars. having taken every pains with her preserving, that she "had no luck" when it was not her tault in the least tout of immaturely picked fruit, which took more sugar, longer to cook, and then was only a body with a flavor to it. Fortunately for the people of the prairies, their neighboring prov- ince, of British Columbia is rapidly becoming a great fruit growing prov- ince, with a fruit that takes the lead in prizes wherever exhibited, and so near are these fruit growing districts to the prairies that tne fruit can be I left on the trees until it has reached its full maturity, and with the present railway service -will reach the prairie markets in its jnciest and rich- est condition. It will, not be on the market as early as fruit, but that need worry no one, nor cause them to, hurry .and buy, for British Columbia has a, splendid crop of peaches, plums and other fruits, enough and for all. and plums -will ceme on the markets about, the. 15th of August and continue through September, although it js sot advisable .to delay, as some of the finest of .British Columbia fruits are among the earliest The juciest and best flavored of all peaches are the Triumphs, unfortunately they are'a cling, .but the lady who will .take the. trifling extra trouble with them will have a preserve that will be a joy to the household and the envy of her lady, guests. Horace Kent of Orilla, was drown- ed while bathing at Aiherley. Fruit Facts and Fancies Fifteen bakers appeared in the Tor- onto police court charged sellwig snort-weight -bread. neglect Icjdaey too as weH as top painful. Tkat tcfeable family noMdy, Dr. Hatttft IiKfian Kobt Pills, cored thotaaads 'aaiwtt cart you. It jb equally dhttfa factttfer constknliDn fa Some interesting points for the lady of the house when buying preserving fruit: Almost everyone knows that fruit shipped long distances is only a poor relation to the fruit picked ripe off the tree or vine, but few know that northern grown fruit is much super- ior in quality and flavor to southern grown, except such fruirs as are 'na- tive to tropical southern climates. The soutlisrn grown apple is flat to tbe ,of poor quality, does not House Flies are hatched in manure and revel In filth. Scientists have discovered that they are largely responsible for the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile Dis- eases of the Bowels, etc. Every packet of WILSON'S will kill more flies than 300 sheets of sticky paper.