Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, July THE LKTHBRlbCK DAILY HERALD VALUES THAT SHOULD CLEAR THE ENURE STOCK FOR SATURDAY ONLY! The best Tailored Suits ever offered in this city at the price. We have only about 250 of them left. Some are worth as high as one less than AH sizes from 33 to 44. Snappy, up to the minute, made of "A 1 fabrics, guaranteed to give sat- isfaction. Watch our windows. to TO GO ON Any of our best to be slaughtered at about one-half their original pricing. These Suits cannot be excelled for value !ving and should make quick selling, he lining and interlinings are the best money can buy, and the workmanship that one looks for on high-class tail- oring. to TO GO ON SAT.; Any Sailor Straw Hats worth 2.00 and 3.00 to be slaughtered at 75c. Any Oxford Shoes, Tan or Black, reg. 4.50 5.00 Any Work Shirt, Blues, Light Checks or Tan Shades, reg. 1.00 65c. Any Fine Balbrigan Underwear, all sizes, regular 75C. 40c. Any Fine Lisle Summer Socks, all colors, reg. 60c. 65c. 35c. NOTICE! All goods not approved can be exchanged or money refunded. Shop early and avoid the usual Saturday rush. MacLEOD BROS. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST NOTICE! Ask to see our imported American Crawford Shoes. A Shoe quite out of the ordinary. Something new and snappy. For Falling Hair You Run No Bilk When You UuThii Remedy Wa'Dromiae you that, if your hair n fallim out, and 'you haye not let i go too far, 5011 can repair the damage already done by using Rexall "93' Hair. with: persistency and reg .ulajity, for a reasonable length or time. It, la a scientific, germlcidal preparation, tha destroyB! microbes, stimulates good the hair halr.: nourishment, removes dan- druff ;ani restores 'hair health. It is as pure water, .and it is delicately perfumed It is a real toilet necessity. .We want you to try Reiall "93" Hair Tonic with onr promise that It will cost you: nothing you are per- fectly satisfied'.with Its use. It comes in 'two prices 50c and ite- member you can obtain Rexall Reme- dies In :this community only at- our Reiall Stoic J D Higin- botham tc Co., Ltd., special agent: "NOT BEFORE HE IS 21" rVo.Public Ceremonies for tHe.Prince of Walt. n, July a letter io the Vqciry Society, the King's Prirate Secretary writes "I am commanded to inform jou that 1'is Jtajestv Is gratifiod to. learn that the .Poetry Society proposes to hold a special meeting on Julj 5. In commemoration of-.the investiture of H.-R. H. the Prince of Wales. I am, however, to 'explain to you that, be yond the actual Investiture at Carnar- von the King does not wish his Kojnl Highness to take part in any public ceremony until he Is of age The Prince of. Wales will, however, fee glad to accept a C9py of the program if you will kindly nend it to his Royal Highness at this address." DEATH STARED THEMJN FACE Thrilling Story of Refugee from Fires in Northern Michigan Detroit, Mich, July an Oscoda business 'man and fire chief, who last night 'brought a party of; refugees to Detroit from ;he 'burned towns of Ausable and Os- coda, furnished the first' connected story hich has come out of the fIrc- iwept districts "The first fire on the outskirts ot he town was discovered.suddenly and he crew fought It until under con he said. "Nothing moie wart lone and Tuesday, aided by high ilnds, it bm at out again with gie.it liry The In Oscoda. came in at three o'clock from Mrs Archer s homo President Cowley and mjself procured pails from the Land Com- pany's fight the flames that had spread to the Catholic cempterj The next alarm came in from an Aus- able township slab pile lust about the time the hose was -working-well, an alarm from the Ullage of Qscoda.. go mis the Oscoda and Ausable canning and in a few minutes tho'-fire was general, spreading and south and west also Our equipment of three hose c.yts and 36 fought Ijring at my own dock It is impos- sible to saja enough in praise of Cap tain Meyers He acted the hero, ret maimng at the dock until it was a, mass of flames, and he was obliged to cut his cables When the boat fmalb drifted into the open it was on'fire fore and aft The i easel's apparatus put out the. flames. .-After, ho had pulled aw ay in the open, Captain Mey- cre lay to for an hour and a half un- til-'danger from flying sparks forced him to steam into the lake. Bv re mainins he was enabled to pick up a fishing boat, containing several per- sons. He went 150 miles out of his course to take us to Port le and his crew gave us everything hey poscsscd. "There were in all about 265 per- sons aboard, thirty of whom were nursing children When we left the dock between two hundred and three hundred people were on it, cut off from shore, with the tramway over- head afire There was no escape for them unless they jumped into the water. I saw Peter Duial si niggle down the tramway with.his aged fa- ther-in-law on his iback, but the flames forced him back and I cannot tell whether he rescued I saw a wo man. with two children'in her "arms rush on the dock. One of the child- KILLED BY HAIL ten fell into the watei a.nd a young jumped in and rescued it. When the fire started the wind was blowing about fiftj miles an hour from the sonlbwest, Then It shifted to and flames swept the towns. Two hours afterwards it shifted to the northeast and swept the .blaze back over ground it had FOUR THOUSAND IN.ym CHOIR Sang Before Royal Part) at the Carnarvon Ceremony Carnarvon, July George md Queen Mary, with the Prince o Wales, came on the yacht, Vic :oria and Albert, from Ireland to Holy lead this morning to a small static! :wo miles north of Carnarvon. Roya carriages and an cscoit of cavaln WEWS FROM THE OLD HOME vero awaiting the party, upon the ar ivjtl of whom the procession was Mayor Seldcl, .of Milwaukee, an- formed. Carnarvon was entered.hj pounces that the Socialist administra- the north-road, and th6 party proceed- tton in that city saved J500" in tho X'd through the main street to the printing bill liy taking the names dead men the voting .list. Mfssoun has m.ide It a felony fo man to smash the telcphon when he can't get "Central" or he cut off in the middle of a. confers: tion. .Terrific Storm North of Yellowstone Dcee Great Damage, Destroying and-Livestock- Miles City, frah ttvi Jordan country, aljont 100 mile! neith of Yellowstone, report torrific hailstorms in tr-at country. Accord- ing to this report. 13 of 79 head cf hors were killed.. Hoofs were hlnwi Uf of W. C. Henderson's barn, Char- les- Krammer's house was unroofed, J JJiPonald lost many sheep, killed by hail were broken gener- al.y in tnr Jordan' buildings, and cv- e- a strip of country four miles wide, prtdicallj growing-thing >.vas ruined. for an hour and a half with good va up the whole lot aimnlv Than v'lUlt, lei supply Then the flames reached the pumping station and it went ou of commission. "A few of the inhabi '.ants, among them, myself and mj father and mother went to the steam 'cr Xiko, Captain Mejers, which was Lakes Resort is now open under management of Jensen Bros., successors to 0. Lee. New Hotel, Good Fishing and' Boating, Moimlain Scenery, Automobile daily from Cardston. For information address Jensen Brothers Waterton Mills P.O., Alberta. of the two cilies for a radius of throe miles. TENDERS FOR G.T.P. HOTEL AT EDMONTON July Mana- ger Chamberlain, of the G. T. ar rived this morning, and announced that four hundred miles of the moun- tain section of the road would be con- tracted for at once. Tenders will also close this week for the construction of the Cut Knife and Brandon lines. Plans for the big hotel at Edmonton, are almost completed and tenders will be called for this month. WINNIPEG FAIR OPENED Winnipeg, July a record day's attendance, -Winniftpeg's 21st nnual exhibition was opened by Lt.- Jovernor McMillan, -at two o'cloclt his afternoon. In all classes of en- tries the-fair is a record breaker fgr (his city. A Good Defence Agaiatt the White Plague No one can afford to lessen their pro- ducing power to-day, and to have powe you must have good machinery. The human body (lie greatest ma Chine ever e most wonder ful mechanism in the world. H is sheer cconomtciwaste not to kccj your body in the best condition. There is no valid for allowing the-tissues to become attacked by tin white plague. You need }'OH? health aiic Canada needs yon. Insure against it tip your reserve forces and bodily defences. The best defence you can get is Nyal's Cod Liver Compound, It builds up the tissues ami prevents diseue A'delicious tonic, and a splendid vital- Izer, puts on good, solid flesh, and niakci you feel fit for any task. For the puny and backward child there is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver Coni- pound 'will soon brine the, roses back to cheek and give vigor and vitality. Your 'own Druggist '.cheerfully guarair fccs Nynl's Cod T-iver Compound. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO, JACKSON 4 COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE for Mcb great castle square, (-lere, on a plat- form in the centre of the stiuare, the mayor and corporation received the Hoyal visitors and presented address- es. From the castle square to the first entrance into the castle, there wore two processions, that of the Piince of Wales preceding that of their 'Majesties by.a few minutes. The Prince entered the castle at the ancient water ;gato on the sea front. As he passed In the standard was hoisted on the Engle Tower, while a Welsh choir of voices sang. The King and Queen followed. As entered the castle, the Prince's flag was lowered and the Royal Standard run up. In towers, near, the entrance, -wo suites of; Royal apartments had been prepared for their Majesties and the Prince, and to these they retired, and were robed for the ceremony. When they again appeared, proccs- ions were: resumed, the King and Queen, with their unites, preceding he Prince and his supporters. The party proceeded to a raised platform n the centre of the great inner court ard, where the investiture took ilaee. As the King and Quqon appeared In he open air, the choir sang "God iavc the King." This was followed iy the singing of "God Bless the 'rince of as the Prince ap- eared and approached his parents, ho had taken their places on the las. The Prince, In his surtot cloak nd mantle of crimson velvet, present- d himself before the King, who plac- 1 a crimson velvet cap ornamented Ith ermine, and a coronet upon the catl of his a token of Princf- ality. In the hand of the Prince, his Majesty placed a golden verge as an emblem o" government, and on. his middle finger a ring of gold, signi- fying that a hugbaui! to his country and a father to his child ren. While his Majesty was investin his son with insignia, letters paten authorizing the Prince to hold th Principality ot Wales in trust for th King of England were read and late handed to him. CHAMPION NEWS Champion, July WBL pleased who came to our celebration on the Fourth. The Canadian Bank of Commerci and the druggist are planning new "Hidings. R. M. Sherk is away at GJeichen for a few weeks. The Ladies' Aid, met this week as guests of the president, in the church Posters are out to tell all and sun- Iry that Champion is celebrating its 'rst birthday on July 19. Champion Is a pretty robust year- iug, wilh 36 business places, Includ ng I wo banks Add to this a town of optimists, arid then it can't long -before Champion is the big liing. Come up on the 19th. We .'ant you Service was held In the Methodist tourch, on Sunday, July 9. The pas- or preached on "Unconscious Hypoc- 'sy." Mrs. Miller, Sr., and .Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller, with Sflss Adeline Har- er, have gone to the "north for a ew days Tho Local Improvement .body arc omg somo good work around Cham- ion. Our -ball ground is second to none. is level and big. We have also a No med- icine will keep you ib M good health a> will the regular UK of The of Quito YetnMlunoti jim pure, wfcolc. :.C. PAQNUELO WINE 1PIRIT CO, Lethbrldge, Altt LAKE OF WOODS i STOCK WENT UM Montreal, July Rill- way boiled over today, advanclnf 'rom 152 to 15S asked, on rumors that' he expected melon HI be cut lamia- diately Rudolphe Foiget Is in Tol, 3nto, and negotiations are believed to >e nearly closed for a higher dividend and an issue of new stock. The rest of the market was strong.- Hio sold from 110 to Ri .and-Oj as firm, soiling at Montreal! Pouer was steailj, and Ottawa pois at 14G. Lake of the Woods rose following he news of Mr. Meighen's death, ng from HO to. 148. Canadian Pacific was 241V4. f A report from Montreal says th.mt, parish of _ St. Alphoiisc d' Yon-' al race-track now, of large dlmcn-j villc did not scc'a census cmimc'ratoti during the recent census. 011B- i When you want to clear house of flies, see that you getT wnsirs FIT FIDS Imitations are always unsatisfactory.