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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .1til> 21, KM I. LKTHHK1DUU UAIIA 1IKHALH CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store IS-'1.1' Phone 453 Acadia Block Lowest Prices yet announced Koi lliu Vuial Cle.muice ol .ill Suiiiiiici Woai, au listed licit) as Ijuejly as pos- sible Xo need loi a longtiillv about such Y k exceptional coiupaiison ol the jegulai and sale puces tells Us ovui econ V onn tells it best Head the list uuclulh and note tlic Our Entire 'Stocks of Ready-To- r Wear Going at Expansion Sale Prices f (his splerululh 1 equijjped ni.iikcd liUlo idea as to cost and being to clean u the stocks i 16.70 15.00 Wash Dresses Sample presses .for (22 50 Cloth Dreasei fori 00 '.V.1' Wash Coats for Wash Coali foi 11000 Walh Coats for I Andsmnlai leduoJion1- cntne'stock We make iiltei'atimis free ami gurantec the The ol the Hummer Wiiists OU From tho. lowest priqod to the: most expensive waist In tlib store, in every style 'of .wash, gar pick at an victim! saving of one-third forfuture as is present needs Final Clcaranre of all 1-3 cm With sine greater portion 6f liie warm weather still fo come, this is a most timely sale and one that Sill be> thoroughly.appreciated by every wo- man has still a. sunshade to huj. Dotting is resened lou have choice of oui satire stock Specials from Jhe'Wash Goods'Section priced with the idea of absolute clearance 22 l-2c Worth Un 40c line dimill l j and lepiesentins or the daintiest gooclb of the1' season' for' afternoon' ami street dresses Worth mi to 40c 1 special 2c linen and iepp and ahge of clmice Valuei Worth (Jp to 30c, Pure linen suitings i enps ginghams gal iteafl and fancy dress musllna in a range uroad enough to peimit of excellent choosing and including tallies sold at Sac and 30c cclal 1Sc' YELLED TRAITOR AT PREMIER ASQUltH "MARKETS Wild Scene in the British House of Commons London distmler lulj 24 of wild aassion .of, (lie sion .of, (lie ValV ft'flo? imes the "Preralei arose to- move n considerajlou j Dordji h tip ierrlfj [fed 11 din lentfjc the difficulty In c .T }Ie_ appealed fides to obsrne pCrliimentary decotum after whfch started to speik but v. is 1111 ihte to against the upioar Af tfr Liying mainly for three quarters of to get a hearing Premiei As quifh cut gliort his projected speech flUd amid a hubbub decHied that if thj2 Lor.d9 could rqt consent to restore ihe with leasonnble amendments to substantiate its origin inal foim Iho government -would be compelled to Invoke the exeicise of Hie Roja! perogatiye in tbe creation ot now peeis iNo of ern times'.has so quickened the public pulse is the piesent political cilsis aiismg liom tihe veto hill inrj IDXIOUS to know teims of Premiei Asquiths ulfimitum to the peers there .was., crpw.ded house The "members'of the lower-chamber tofjtbeir bs Arising and cheering fiaTiticallj and hmndhei chiefs ae jheis leid groans fiAm the Unionifat benches in terming led f with occasions of tor w when AaguUh an appear Hs Acquith arose to bpeik ue u is eftcoiiiaged bj A roai of appliuso Eiom the Radical Iiish and benches but an answering AO! ley of cheers came from- ppnosi tion, while a small group of stand-pat: ters oh itteipd 1 raitoi tiaUor tiaj until the Speaker reminded them to control the disorderly.: Lojfd Hugh Cecil, Conservative, fiom Oxtord Premiei As quith stood it the table awaiting 4 lull in'the storm. His first word, iho.w was a signal for another cyclone and for twenty minutes -the premier mod was unable to get m a A BIG ELECTRICAL MERGER IN TORONTO July todai Is the sceno of one of the biggest olcc tiical mergers the norld ever uitneiMd. The brains of Sir William ynd R J Fleming e- A Simple Treatment that Will Make HsOr Grow, Now Swlfl woman ahou' 1 hiive radiant liair Thoro nre hoi mi's o' ttoildi In hjrah faded hai vho usi ia SAI i The Alberta Plug r> Ilk i HrEo lirttle for SO Cenis nil -.uninleeB it to, banish Dundniif stup 'allinfc hair and Itching scllo in tun nnjs o woiioy bicki SALVIA i 'KJII ii 'J poaMiit various deals and are behind Ih viheii lhe> are all consummated hese two men the one as fiinncier and the other ai manager will he In control of this of companies The Toronto Electrical and Light Co., The Toronto Power. The Elec- tric Co The lo. onto Scarborough 'Railway. Co., The Mimi Co Electric Railway, 'The- --Toronto and Suburban first GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg TuJj SI wto opened closed 95 Octobei opened 9S 1 4 closed 92 1 4 Decepibe; opened 92 18 closed 36 1 closed 37 October opened 3? 1 2, doted 3, December opened 38 18 Uosed 37 J 4 Full closed 206 1 2 186 t 1 Northern 95 1-4, Northern 92 3-4, H Northern 90-. No. 4 So. No. S SO, No. 6 7J... Feed 62 2 G. W; 36 7-8. Flax No, N. W. 2.10. American lulv wheat opened 96 3 S closed 94 1 8 September open ed 96 (1 4 closed 9' 14 December opened 97 1-4, cjosed.96 3rSi closec September opened 88 12, clos ed 88 .91 3-4, closed 91 5-S. BIRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET Lueipool hilj Rogers Co Lh el pool cable that the market conditions m Rirkenhead are the same for rhe past few in the mtti of the Citi7enfa Hand Flic hind will at the Mrcleod fair on Vug- usl and.3rd, and also :at the fair ,in' Nelson, iJ C in September Mrs J II Jlcbb, of Passadena, California, armed in the city Sitmdm and Hill spend the summer withi.her. husband Here. Mr. and Mrs 1 "ebb are tlie guests of Mrs -E M Thompson at present and mil occu- py the residence of Mr., and Mrs. Thomassoii (itiiing August You are reminded of the Mawn fete, will be hoJri.afc .Mrs. C..R. Bow nun's on Wednesday, Juh 36th Remember, there will be no postpone liicnt, for, in case.of unsuitable wea- ther, tlie affair .will he turned into a musicale at Mrs. Bowman's home. Tlie round of gaietj for Canadian visitors continues -in. London- and 'so far shows no signs of abating. Among those giving veijierlaiimicnls lately were: Lord Strathconn, who gave a girdcn paitj on Dominion Cap tain and Mrs; Archibald Weigall, who gave a dance'anil musical, to which a number of Canadians were hidden Mrs. gave a ball in honor of her-two daughters, and SR Iknn and Ladv Pellatf a garden p.irtj Inn I thank warmly all the Marjs in tbe empire who have so geneious- Ij contributed to tbe gift which has been preseneed to me. The thought of affectionate pulsr prompted It, Jias, I can assure deeply touched me Thi. licaiihful Insignia of the Gat- tcr, and the the, king ar.d son, winch form the'personal part of the gift, will be treasured me throughout my life wjllj he liandLd prec-ioiis heirlooms to thusc come f I look forward with special satis- faction to devoting the remainder of Ibis noble present to a charitable ob- ject m which I am greatly mierest- VICTORIA POLICE RAID SOCIALISTS t Viclonai B C, July as a crowd on the sticet last Anight v lien 'a Socialist ,uc inocting wan by Mounted Police and ;foufteen mem- of the organization were aricst- ed. "The Socialists have; latelv been lolding meetings at Uic-.corner fol- low ing gatlieimgs of tlic Sahfition f night alter some liouble, Socialists were dispcised, am! on fenmlaj it bi'caipe appaient and bports, ulnch arc sure to! thpy to J Ml of mtucM tbe youngsters ,ue being ar ttlth IIlc nnacd, and, n onh Dame Weather r l tllcir comlucl was Attorney General Mitchell, ;acting premier from I A Calder, acting premier ot In ins telegram Mr, sajs Unit he is taking up with Ottawa the matter of temporarily re- mitting thcdntv on coat entering Canada from f he United States Ottawa, Ontario, July 24. Albertan delegation headed bj Mayor 'Mitchell of Calgary, which la1 here to ask for the removal of the dutj on soft cwl for a period of months has not >et inth Sir Wilfrid iLanrier, who nMtved other delegations and was, Occupied with pressing thli morn- ing The conference will probably take place some time this afternoon or evening. Tt is Impossible .to Bay what the action of the government ia Hkel> to be. Unles entrj could be confined to western pppoai-, tlon 'to proposal from eastern terests 'is likely to be strong. RAIN AT TABER Tabor had an hour's heavy: of rain on Saturday night fall Death loves.a shining loves an easy one. mark) ;