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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July ID, THE IJJTH1IRIIX3E DAILY HERALD CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block BUY YOUR WHITEWEAR THURSDA Y AND FRIDA Y Liberal Savings throughout the entire stock 20 p.c. off You Save on any- thing you care to choose 20 p.C. Off Dorset driwers and Princess slips composing o ir entire stock which was clioBeii for regular selling on dccount of Itb alii ictUenesfe hplondid and matenals 'and eiccptional N-aluo. On lor (he Tuo F'lll Days Specially Attract Values In Fine White Cambrlcl, .and Nain- sooks BeiuHfiil Qualities 'that you could not duplicate at lesa than ISi? and 20u por-yard; "all -full yard' weave; even thread and abso- lutely pure finish THURSDAY FRIDAY 15c 20 Per Cent. Olt Of Fine Drew Muslins, Cotton Voiles and Mer- cerized Foulards Including all qualities worth up to.45c per yard. There is Borne splendid choosing in this lot in goods .suitable for either street. or evening wear and values. are good enough to warrant a com- nletc clearance. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY --X2' GREAT SAVINGS ARE OFFERED In this EXPANSION SALE of ill READY-TO-WEAR Scores of have already profited splendid saving opportunities, and many .more will ripUount supply their needs during the next few daya.for choosing is .still'good, and prices' the lowest ever heard of In Lethbridge for garments of such excellent stvles ind sterling woitli Presses for.-.. suits tor............... sample drt.tci for coats for'............ And so'on throughout the entire stock. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. Two-Day Sale Compusmg Twenty Five Doien Finely Knit Gar ments i 2 for'25c Qmlitios woith 20c each shoit or sleeve less; fine ribbed cotton goods; 'iliigh or.iow neatly trimmed with lace and ribbon. THURSDAY AND O j.... FRIPAY -JC Exc'eptional Hosiery Values Including Cottons, Plain ind Lace Lislei In. Black and All Colors, Including values worth 3oc- and: 45c.per pair. All. are .perfect goods, full fashioned, .double-. soles spliced heels and toes and shown in a complete range -of ladies' sij-.es, from 8 1-2 to 10 ins THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 20c FOREST FIRES SWEEP DISTRICT Hih he forest fires nhich hcen raging here for tlie pisi, pight qr ten continue vuth uniliittd Molcnccw During the past foiji houiSj the fire niiit.! have run [ulh trn miles The condagra- lion Ins riosjjCtl to the ejjst sirie of ilic Cl. 'CG LI cr u v i rn c-Mj destroycfi nearly all the grncn timber of the. timber, areas of.Robinson and "iestcrdav the fire UTS fullj two and a half miles frpni any of lhu residences at Shulee, but this morn- ing Ihe -flames are uithm tliriequir tcrs 01 a mile from uhcrc the Mllige stands. MAKE LETHBRIDGE THEIR DISTRIBUTING POINT Mining Machinery iFirm Opens Warehouse Here Very few people in the: city to he aware of the fact 'that a ill important wholesale imiuslrj has, launched out here during the jast fort night H eime without noisi. of anj kind, hut is firmly settled and here lo sf u It is" the. Canadian: Drill Co. Ltd.. which-has made this Oil Clothn CHanwi lir a firm .who tn work rou had dam. french or drr cleaning and rcpalrlllg. ClMntra 327 Hound ft fhont Mi move, and their ur.rticular line of is mining machinery he Herald man called at their tern loran in the Ford loiise nt tiie foot of Third AVB., this morning, and in'conversation with S. A. Williams, the ho said, "Yes, we arc here to stay. The Canadian Rand Drill Co. is the com- pjni winch Ii indies the mgcrsoll ll.inri Co.'s goods1 in .Canada. That compiin live then in York and also in Shcrnrooke, Quc. Until the first of .July the. Ingersoll Sergeant Co. and the Canadian Rand Drill (o both sold the companj 's goods in Can ida but the 1 ittei Ins Absorbed the Ingersoll Sergeant, Co. and from now: on w.ill. handle the goods thcmschts Formcrlj the Ingersoll Sergcinl Co. had a 'warehouse at Calgary, and supplied .most of the Western mines from.1 there.- Ifwas travelling sales- man for the Canadian .Rand Drill Co. out of Winnipeg and had all my or- ders Illled from either Cranbrook' or Winnipeg the two companiei we looked the ground ind decided that the best 1 cition fion1 which to distribute m order to give out customers the best service would he Lethbridge. We ship ped il1 the stock 01 the Ingcrsol Sergcanl to to f ethbridgc and open cd up here, and in spite of the strike business is very good. However, when the strike" trouble is settled we will not likely he able to haiidle 'bur bust ness from this building and will tr) to get a warehouse in the warehouse section if possible dge is a fine location for a company handling mining machincn as it is in the centre of the coil mining area ind repairs, cm be shipped quickh to my part of the district.' We carry a line of michmeu drills etc., and as most of the.mines in Al- berts ii'-e flit Rind machinery we cm any part without trouble." Mr. Williams stated that il was hardly likely that the company would build a warehouse own for some time yet, hut if business in creased so as lo .warrant this .cxpcn ditiire this would likely -be done. All orders between Moose Jaw on the east and. Edmonton, and Koolciiny Landing on the west arc filled from Lcthhridge. EDITED "INO" Offlc. Phone Resldwiu PhsiM 774. -If- Beautiful women without religion! Mrs. U...Reynolds, Seventh Avc. are.nowenr without s., has as house guest, Miss Rev nolds, of Winnipeg.' Miss Kcynolds r in. Herald. Miss .Selmu Johnson is speniling her vacation.with her sisters at Tabct. The. A'llar Society'of St. Patrick's church a'ru discontinuing all meetings until September. Mr. and Mrs. Burton have returned to.Cardston after visiting'with Mrs. D. I if. Elton, London Road. C. R. Daniel, of Lethhridge, was a guest in thf citx OM.I the wick end Herald J Mrs. iC: O.' K. Noursc, Dufferin SI. entertaining is her house guest, Mrs: (Dr.) '1'attbn of Coutls. Mrs. H. Fi Law-sou, who has been usiting in Calgary, returned lo the city last evening. illl HI LIU 1UL a IllUIILIl The ladies of (lie Women's Mission- arv Society of Wesley church, iisk you to remember the meeting, which which is called for tomorrow after- noon instead of one week from to- monow I hi clmiga is due to UIL the ifvo pupljg taking lifgtieHt honoit thucj taking hofj ors. The rc-suHs certainly speak 'wbll for Miss KraserV'ability as a .teach- er of music. Holiday lime is licru in.earnest. H Is the child's own time to rest .itul build up the nerve -he may he rcaily for wliich must be put forth 'after this happy play season is over. You Huiv that lit clnld s IIIL is all are inistukcii for the child who advances in his studies during the term, necessarily expends a great deal of strength. His work, which, may appear- is jusl as im- portant to his little mind as vours to you. Now he can relax from the mental and enjoy the physical. The first thing lie needs is sleep and lots of if. He can sleep later in I the morning, since hy will not lie lucakjng iulc of putictu iliU lit 1C IELIABLC WHOLESOMC R un iulc of punctu iliU hi fact tint the Sumlu school picnic, ,iujl ,g Q] will he held on Thursday, July 37th esccllent tonjc 10yen MADE EWGILLETTCQUH TORON TO ONTV Miss H M liisst-lt icsigned hci in is pure it should position as A muiibci of the stiff 01 lie Prulicilh lib lift- mi} be spit that 'her own children are threatened, and she must not remain indifferent. Among the forces whose ought to bo enlisted in thin life-saving c imp the governments, Federal, most, ideal conditions the school room and Municipal, are out of doors for tlic present, 1 the most powerful and surely least responsible. Ihe Biitish Pailiament li setting in the Hudson's Bay Co., of this city lo iccept a situition in talgan u lie docs litter up tilt bad. Miss BisiPtl w is presented with ,v He do woise Isn t it nniPh iGovGinmeiH to follow" Tie" beautiful told witch her fcllou j belter to line him plat at lionc !Bl11 in In the Chancellor ol Miss Hissctt is at present i than for amusement fiicnds in 1 ibcr prior to go j M-ikt him that he can ing to Calgary Mrs. Mcwhurn" will ho the hostess I' Postponed, owing to the rainy wea- ini; says, Ihcr, is the, garden party, which was (feeling to liave been held lliis evening on Jl'rs. C. H.' Bowman's lawn. West- 11 mstei Hoad I he Nuismg Mission decided to cull the affair of! for lust, as much fun at home as.he can uny other place. -Washington Irv- '1 value the delicious home the Exchequer a few weeks pro? vldes to aid local.authorities n building sanitorfa, and lo.O' one of Hit jmcnl cm bestow choicest is wards their maintenance. During the last Gcinian Government spent Hit, than in efforts to eradicate With Eiicli success hat 4 i .their effoits been crowned tint bo time lo instil lint feeling into lour tween the join 1890 and 1910 the child tint he will net- death i ite from tuberculous get away from-it. you ever jwas reduced 62 per cent. .omor.ro bridge. eVcmnc; of an iufornval Miss -Tmi McLeav has returned from pleasT.nl o eeKs .icalio i, spent at Calgary and Gull Lake. The opening of the splendid new St. Andrew's church will likely take lace on-Sunday, August 6th. At a well attended meeting of the onight ind hold it ntvt I ruihir how his charicter is being I The Canadian Government i> a gov- UcrincMtn Juh There will be i formed his 7 Since of tlle b> Pe Fpnorlh league Westminster evening, Miss Shaw took barge'in :a very capable manner, Miss Midd, who has been a gnnst nili Mrs. S. Harrison, Seventh Avc., or tune past, Ins re tinned to no postponement next' week, for should the weather again prove un- favorable for a lawn fete, the enter- tainment; will take tiie form of -a niusicalc at Mrs. Bowman's home. About :fifty- people attended the picnic, .which was given under the auspices of the A. Y. p. A. of St. the one thing in rcallv I Therefore, if the people of one accord! with one voice exniess their just counts mid lasts when thmg Use, demands these just demands tha goes how important it is tint vou jeinmunt must giant It then should sec that his sports arc cleuititselr tl'is the negligence of and wholesome lie learns to he due to the silence or fair and trui when he refuses m op portunity to cheat in play. 'Let. him repeat .the act ami it becomes habit, repent the habit and-iifr'becomes'clmr- church at the Glen, list icttr He will develop into the man evening. A very picnic :e- past was'partaken of at naif-past six. Games, of different kinds were much enjoyed, especially the baseball game, which was not limited to the regulation nine on each side cither Ihe evening was fine the lunch w is Vrrowville. fine, the games were line and everv body had a perfectly fine time. Mrs. Evans, ,of'Toronto, who, has j i been usitlng wjlh hci sister Miss1 SI Monica's Guild met in St Sinim for lire pist time weeks re j gust'n s parish lestcrd.u ifler turned home vesterd-u I noon with a good attend mcc thisrwas the first meetinis of the Mr ind Mrs intue and lam Guild since the election of officers ilv. of Third avenue, south, have! the plans for the'season's work were gone fo the coist for tiie remainder i o itlined of the summer. Mrs: R. J. Gordon, Courtland St. who recently underwent an operation It was decided to hold either a ten or lawn fete at Mis L N Ihgin- botjmm's on August 3, in'aid of the Woman s Yimhin and that St as Monicis Guild would hue chvge of la .pantry table at. that affair. The (Guild ml] hold Uirir annual bazaar Mr and Mrs Jackson 1301 Second sometime in December Ave., arc entertaining as bouse guests Mrs. Oliver nclmont. of New York has founded an agricultural school exclusively for women. She has her afc the doing, quite well as can he expected. Mr. Jackson's falihev :itim mother, Mr and Mrs. Jackson. :oflngersol. who is.on the square in his dealings with others. He finds he is only one and con- sults the wishes of his playmates, as lo whit wish to He is Icit unselfishness courtcsj ind rispLfl for the rights of others Re peat the act ami again the habit be- comes character IV is, loriiiing the characteristics, which distinguish great and good he plays- with some child who is not strong and learns that his play must -be suited to flic strength of the weaker. Repeat -the act and again you have habit, ter. Me learns that should protect the weak which repeated makes charac- the strong ind grows into the philanthropic man.vQno word more, if you would succeed with yo.ur child, follow the advice of James Whitconil) Riley, asked, how-he succeeded in winning and man nh children said I just stayed a Indifference of the people. Here there lies a work for women of this province 10 break th" to louse into acthltj this indifference, In democratic government, such, us ours legislation is terj often brought about bj tiie pressure and of those interested The woman of this nrotincc a e the class teiesled m combating this disease i On them f Ols heaviest the burden of cira art! souow which it entails let the women make a stiong, a united ap? peal to the Provincial Legislaturethat t assume a lesponblbihty which right. s belongs to it ami which has too lone 1 eeu shirked Our Canadian legislator! enact laws and open the public purse for the pro- icction of the tiees of the forest from the lavagea of fire and the wanton axe of the thoughtless settler Surely -ho hum in life which is jearlv ficed to this imlignant enemy la ua gieat a national asset as are the pro ducts of the foreat and as well worth conservation. It is dining the j ears of greatest in diiBiiial usefulness at a period when he indhldual is of the greatest value o the family societj and to the na. ion that the life of the people Is Then point ilone from an economic sUnd expenditure of public At-the1 Annual Convention of Cana- self been a successful devotee of land jn I ccape gardening for .twenty-five years Hie i UH' believes tint firming gudening is 'ind landscape uchilcctiire nftorc I ideal employments for women- Sh 'considers that, smo, Ihesc enll ngs Tpssir pplrhrr, Fdmnntnn late uiiciowded thct alw ivi. rf recently returned, from abroad, Pai' and offer healthy work. dian Clubs, which is'being held Winnipeg yesterday and today Women's Club of F'ort Williani, represented. who 1-foleii Mcwhurn, whom she wil spend the summer. is a charming house guest with Miss j Tllc students-come from the. school 1 room, the studio, the" and thr shop Ihe school and farm are bj a practical worn in, 'who hits (or a farm successfully and more recently had Mr. Bawson, n receipt of Bank 'dfToronto, i: a letter. from Mr, Wells, formerly of this citv Wells is at present enjoying a v.ica tion at'his home in .Waterloo, Out, Mr. McKean read an excellent pa- per on the Life of David, at the Chris tian Endeavor meeting in St. An draw's" church last evening. There1 was a splendid attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Myers, who have been ifeittni; then diughter Mrs I Owen, left today for South Dakota where they will visit before returning :o Waterloo, Iowa, Mt clnrge of the school garden of an dustml home LOCAL BUDGET Bennett, prior "to leaving for Bassano to manage a hotel, was pre- sented with a handsome club bag by the members of the Bartenders' Un- ion Kij Knight of lias pur ctmcd in Calg.irj todm, a Model McLaugfclin-Huick car, through Hyde A. Iwil .iKtnli. ThU ifc one of the finest cars made bv this firm. W. L. Wilson left on Sunday, night for fJ. C., M'horc he has been advised lo go for the benefit of his health. Me was accompanied as far as Crow's Nest by Mrs. Wilson Fire did J20.I100 damage along the south side of Kdimmd street in Km- Imin village1, near Ottawa. Ivight buildings were burned, Ail Enghslt Chemist Has Discovered How to Grow Hair Tn England the ladies have entirely bandoncd which Js due entirely to new discovery. It has .been proven that Henna leaves contain the ingredients that ill positively grow hair. That they contain this long looked for article is proven every day The Americans are now placing on the market a preparation containing ;he extract from Henna loaves, which having a phenomenal sale. This preparation Js called SALVIA, and is being sold .With a .guarantee to cttre Dandruff "and to grow hoirJH, Abundance. Being '.daintily SALVIA tfittkes n most dressing. The Alberta Drug druggist! ate to import tbf-n argc gonero.ulj' hottlflf tan purchae- for OOc. Tficrc is also an Instiucfoi ulio teaches housekeeping and cooking. The farmhouse combines with artistic merit. Should the experiment which is nolliing more at present, jirovn a success Mrs Bclmnnr intends, I0 make the institution permanent and endow il at her death It uMtimh deserves success. The pupils of.Miss Margaret M. Krascr, have all been suc- cessful in passing Ihe piano examina- tions affiliated with the Toronto .Con sen at 01 j of Music faking pupils AN OPEN LETTER From the Women'i Canadian Club o Calgary to the Women of berta Dear Fellow Conn try ii mpossible for the women pro vince to regard with indifference rapidly increasing inroadsi which .tha insidious disease, tuberculosis, is mat lig oil tiiti yuuiife life ult; peupic l-fuiidi'Oua: of consumptives hav come hore in tiie hope'that the cleai air and 'bright sun of Alberta woult 'estore them to health. These have sought, and seek, in vain for accommo dation. suitable -to their diseased con ditlon. Everyone knows that the unifr s true ted and the careless consumptive scatters widespread the-genus of the disease that will infect othersi Yet physicinns, who have made a special study of tuberculosis, a figure MS that his infection is not a necessity. They us that the clean, caref.ul, the nfor-red consumptive Mill not com munlcale the infection, and need not endanger his associates In our province there is no sanitar um where the victims'of this disease tan be cared for, and taught how. they an care for themselves. There is no lispensary where treatment Ban bo re- eived and patients instructed how hey'can guard against Infecting the niblic. There is no protection, no or ;anized effort lo prevent' its fatal rogress; Iiencc, this awful malady Is ke a mighty octopus stretching out i.n all directions hauling in its victims by shoals. i But imdlcal science tells us that guiitii Honors In i i 11 (hi I he following is the list of pupils the conditions ind the pro- jper care, ft can he wiped out; its Reynolds, (highest'death roll can ho cleared. And yet I hinds that would caie for the consuraR Ine ind contiol nifectipn would the State FIGHT TO KILL BIG MONOPOLY Is Now Being jsy Electric Interests in Hamilton Hamilton July A definite fight to the finish is being waged here on, the power bilau nbich is to be mltted to the people next Tupsdaj By the bjlan the leeks to enter nto munfciiml power street lighting and house lighting scheme at a cost of and to use Hydro-Electric power for it. The protaganiite art lie supporters of thp Hjdio BJectriQ commission and the Cataract Power Fach partj la conducting jgRresahe campaign The cnmpan% is straining nerve .0 defeat the bjlaw If if car IBS means the destruction of Iti nonopol) here It seems agreed on ill sides that this vote mill end toil rouble here (or all time. 3rd Dunham, (highest onors) and Dunham, (lion ICflie Wallace. 1st Young, (honors) >earl Olson, Dorothy Slaf- rhlg oiri Margaret MrMllop Mirjone'of Alberta to ft of l-IiRinbotham, fJcrtha Scott is sincerely to be con- piescnt lime statistics that tins prevent ible disease bears to grave one in seven of the population of our country; and one in three between the ages of fifteen and forty, who find an untimely grave, are the victims of tuberculosis. This ftct should awaken the on the success of her work n (lie city of Lcthbridge. She, came icrc, as a graduate of the Toronto Conservatory of Mnsic, llirce yearn ago. The first year Miss Fniscr siic- ceodRd passing twelve, several with honors, the second year fifteen, pass- ed, a number.wiljt honors, and. this year out of ten .trying, all passed ger that surrounds them It should arouse every one to sound the alarm that will set in motion "thofte which latent power, whicli if stirred to.notion, could reduce the death rate, allay the suffering, and avert poverty, which this fHwane entails, and stay its terrible ravagea This factshouM cause oveiy woman to realize that the danger is neat' her door, and that she should put, forth Intelligent- effort to prevent its en- trance. H should tench every mother FARMER'S BANK AFTER LLOYDS Toronto Julj motion nil been the acting master In chambers tor permission for liquidator of the Farmers Bank Ho serve, a writ upon the directors of. Lloyds, who are outside jurisdiction of the Ontario high court 'Difficulty in anticipated In 'Collecting the .which E. R. C. Clarkson; the liquidator, claims the amount of two annual policies 'held by the bank on the name of Its employees-: Formnl proof has been forwarded to England of the defalcation of W. II, Travel's, but Hlcknell Co., solicit- prs. .for Ihe are getting read} to issue a urit at ;