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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta XUe Letbbfldgf Daily Herald, Wednesday, July m 1910. Co. Are Going Out Of The Men' and Boys' Clothing Business Starting Thursday Morning, Ending When Every Suit Is Sold W 1 T TO have anything more to do With' the selling of Men's and Boys' Clothino- Were losing money every day. Business is booming in all the other goods, ladies'ready-to-wear, groceries, etc. ;But the Men's Clothing business is the slang. Lack of space to handle our fine stock may be the main reason or perhaps it may be on account of the large number of Men's Clothing stores 'in the city. It matters not what it are going out of the: clothing business for good and will use this valuable space by our other fast growing departments. The final word has been given. Every Suit for Man and Boy must be sold. Prices have dropped with a no consideration for the cost. No reasonable offer forgnvsuij: will be turned down. Not a single suit will be taken in stock on August 1st if we can help it. Every suit MUST go. Men's Suits to Sell as Low As Boys' Suits as Low as Every Suit To Sell At A Ridiculous Price MAKE COMPLAINT >w M j, TO MEN'S HATS. ALL TO BE SOLD N.et a hat will be kept in stock when we tumble these out in the street, .-on the heads of thrifty buy- ers. Every hat iis KCW in style. Any and Stetson Hat. for S2.95 Anj Other FcK Hat at HALF PRICE Fine Worsted Suits for Men's Best Suits For 6nly Boys' Good TWeed Suits For Men's and Boys' Pants At Any Price CO. Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Ola Cavanah, who has been in the mountains, returned this morn- ing. o SHOES BE SOLD We haven't all sizes left -in Men's-and Children's b.ut we have all sizes, for Women, pair to be sofd. We don't want them. If we have your size you'll save money. The officials of the this district have for warded: the? fol- io wing complaint to the .Attornef- General Attorney-General, Province of' Alber- ta, Edmonton: The Executive. Board of the Mine Workers .0! America, District 18, now in session at Frank, -de- sires to draw your attention to the case of Rex. vs. Depeaux...-The accus- ed is charged with murder: We con- sider that the action taken by, the! Crown is most unwarranted, of the fact that the jury, after an investigation lasting-'two days, as to the cause, Of death :0fW injured miner, brought in a..verdict of- accidental death, and also added following riders: Rider 1. Amd we severely criticize the mine management for allowing- drivers and loaders to handle -theirr- cars without strictly observing rules relating'.' to the same and .for nbt-; providing some means of com-: load- ers, might warn men at'..the: shaft" bottom of cars having "gotxbeyond: Rider; 2. we ihat the be'Tow-' ered so as to: reduce danger, that a stop block" ;be piacied. position; stop fore arrival at a.point men- injured. TV- Rider 3..-And the managemeut shall" in the'mine is in lact Pit Bossi may make reports and; they, their and -that the rules' ling of printed..in both and.'EnglishVand.be' posted- in spicuous 'place-in the mine. 'We 1 eel assured that in ;the ests.of. justice you. will give ter your immediate and unbiasted tehtion.. W. ;B; POWELL, J. District' IS.. U. ,A been have'Jacob Cohen, J.P. ,Of Toronto; pointed., special The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. HEARD A FEW COMPLAINTS At the meeting or the joint com- .mittee of coal operators "and officials here last week the matter regarding the Blairmore mines, as to whether they are under the jurisdiction of the Western Coal Operators' Association or not, Mr. Cbulthard agreed that the Blairmore mines are under the jurisdiction of the said association. Regarding the power house engi- neers at the Bellvue mines operated by the West Canadian Collieries company, limited, wishing to change from twelve-hour shifts to eight-hour shifts and to be paid at the rate specified in the agreement, the com- mend that the request be favorably considered by the management of the comp-any, when reasonably possible to adopt same. Regarding the request by the Royal Collieries at Lethbridge for a pick mining rate to be fixed at their mines, it was decided to refer the matter back to- the management and the local to try and arrange Another Good Thing! NOW IS THE TIME FOB THE BUYER WITH A SLENDER PURSE The lull in Real Estate in this rapidly growing city is only tem- porary, and values will soon be soaring upwards once more. But in the meantime the present circumstances enable the man who could not otherwise afford it to make investments in well situated lots on terms that at any other would be RIDICULOUS We have the exclusive selling of JUST 20 LOTS on Turner St., and Carleton St, North Ward. Each lot is 13S feet in depth, level and splendidly situated and we are instructed to sell these splendid lots at EACH on the following easy DOWtf AND PER MONTH with interest at S per cent. Don't trifle with this offer, but snap it up while the opportunity is here. F. Waddingtpn Co. PHONE 426 Mrs. W. H, Young will not receive to-morrow (Thursday.) an Mrs. J. R. Anderson and children left this afternoon for Winnipeg -Beach, where they will spend ,Qie re- mainder'of the summer. Miss and Miss Jeffrey, of Cal., are the guests of Mrs. J. s. Stewart. 631 Burdett St. Mrs. R. B. Carr, of San Ra Saei, CaL, is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Mc- Clure, 625 Burdett .Street. Theeir excellencies, the Governor- General and Countess Grey, Lady Evelyn Grey, with Lord Lascelles. A. D. C..- sailed from Liverpool for on Friday. Lady Sybil Grey Countess of 'Lady Kileen Butler and Captain Fyfe A. B. C.. will remain longer in England. Dr. and Mrs. Courtice. Miss Isabel McCullough and T. R. Davidson are home from Waterton Lakes where they have ;been camping for -the past two weeks. THE SUN AGpNCY Visible Writing, Heavy Manifolding, Extreme Speed, Perfect Work Price: You can pay more and get less. Sold on approval, covered with the broadest guarantees. For sale by AGENCY Office 411 Ford St. P. O. Box 687 Lethbridge, The present trend of fashion in re- gard to weddings in English society is to eliminate all the purely "show" element and emphasize the solemnity of -the occasion, the taste of Her Majesty Queen Mary agrees with this J matter with that of the Queen mother 'and their influence is considered re- sponsible for the fact that a lavish at a marriage ie no longer considered good form. At the wed- ding of Miss Drexel to Vicount Maid- sctone, it is said that the dresses of bridesmaids were almost too sev- erely simple to >be pretty; while the cheap and .plentiful daisies and Eas- ter lilies formed .the only decorations. Whether when the period of mourn- ing is over the brides will indulge in a greater elaiboration, or will