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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, July THE LETHUJUDGE DAILY HEKALD Of the A. Macdonald Co.'s Dry Goods, Clothing, and Men's Wear Goods will commence on TUESDAY, 1st AUGUST have purchased this stock at a rate on the dollar, and intend clearing it out to make room for new stock to arrive the 1st of September rare bargains will be given on Prints, Ginghams, Shirtings, Dress Goods, Silks, Cottons, Flannelettes, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear In Men's Clothing, we jntend to discontinue this line, and for the next 30 days will give exceptional bargains in all Men's and Youths' Suits, Men's Shirts, Collars, Ties, Hosiery, Gloves, Hats and Caps Sale Commences Nine O'clock Tuesday Morning Macdonald Block RYLANDS CO. Lethbridge, Alberta TODAY! 2 am] 7 ni. TODAY! ANIMATED ARM CHAIR A Scream. COCOANUT PLANTATION. THREE OF Featuring Miss Florence Turner. THE COWPUNCHER'S GLOVE Photographed in Western 'Stop Making Facet at Me." WEDNESbAy.......... .THE HENLEY REOATJA returning to the city drive slowly passing the best residential and bou- levarded streets, business 'blocks, Gait, hospital, big -bridge and finishing trip at the Chinook Club at 4.30 to 'lie met at the building -by the Piper's Band. Four-thirty at the t-inoolt Club, our guests will be then BIG CELEBRATION ON_SATURDAY When Great Falls Cham- ber of Commerce Visits the City Wlion the Letlibridgc Board Trade visited the Groat Kails Cham- ber of Commerce iast winter they were EO well treated that now, when the southern city is returning the coni plimont, the members oC the local board tire tatting the matter oC their 'entertainment tip enthusiastically and will leave no stone unturned in order j that the Great Falls delegation may! receive a warm welcome to ;Leth-1 bc presented book of local be mads for inspection of surface con men will accompany each party and struction, then iirocoed further north I explain the points of Interest .an the to view of the other coal mines, lanto trip. Everybody who possibly given an opportunity to visit. the stores and meet their friends; that is they will be 'left to themselves until evening. JSlght-thirly o'clock Reception and i smoker at the Chinook Club. The ,two organizations are working to make the day a 'big success and both cities ilbsor acti' will gain much from a iniance among Mie busi- While lyre each guest can will make Saturday a holiday. The cause is a good one, and no one will have any regret? should he do so. j Special entertainment will foe given in the form of a fire brigade display, while all the city police will wear white .gloves. The visitors will be j tendered the freedom of the The ladles who accompany the party will be especially, well looked afier, the Women's Civic Club having j undertaken this. Mr. Hatch has plac- j ed his lawn at their disposal for the entertainment of their guests, and they will make it. their -headquarters for the day. They will aid in the entertainment af the visitors at the luncheon at the Agricultural grounds et twelve o'clock. Everybody is boosting and Satur- day, August 5th, promises to he one M MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE bridge. Is very Tbe executive of the 'board jn.nPtographs specially prepared by grandest days iB the. history of busv these days makin the Hafton-Canning for the occasion. E- BRANDON WANTS A STRONG MAN candidates for either party. Represented for more than twenty years by Daly and .Sifton, two min- isters of the interior, liic.rc is a vcrv who owns an automobile mnko an cffort lo have ll m Ule pro' OI and jt'ina! arrangements for the reception are fejv who will name eni.ertainraent of their American friends when they arrive on Saturday, morning, August 5th.' Every citizen MB111 our American friends. Local of Lethbridge is. urged to take a part the day's celebration which will -be one of an international character. the city. strong feeling in the Brandon elector- [Great Falls people say they will boost division lint the man who occu- Lethbridge for the 1912 Dry Farm- nounccincnl on .Saturday of the Do-1 'inn Congress, and that shoiiW be en- minion leaders or both in the new parliament lhe good parties here have .been very busy and j must. of cabinet calibre, otherwise nf Onr citizens without takhlg there is.'imicb wild speculation constituency will loose the prom-j into consideration the fine welcome gariling the .coming j jj for a quarter of u accorded the local 'excursionists :when jlhey visited the city across the invis- ible lino. The program for tbe day .-has been contest. With Hon. T. Mavno Daly Mon. Clifford yiflon out of it, the si'tuiiiioir-'is such that there !cireies. ceniufy in parliament and political i rntil a few davs ago the only Con- IservMive nientioned. a.s a jiossihle can TIlC AllM'l'ta here, was Hon. Robert Hog- it lliaf Will Half crs. .Since the announcement, of the arranged as follows: Upon arrival of their train from citizens will he at the depot to welcome quests; the Miners' Bund election, however, the names of .1. A. !win uo on prepared lo play pop. M. and Mayor Andrews, both American and Canadian airs, flh- of Winnipcs, are freely mentioned asjishing with tbe Star Spangled Man- This is an age of new, discoveries. ,nS K T' nftor "lc wl" To crow hair after it bns fallen out, I crcival, who. have been very [decorated with badges and directed today is a reality.. jpromint'iit in Conservative ranks herojto the principal hotels for hrcakfait. SALVIA, the Great li.iir .Tonic and for many yearr j Ten assembly oi! the Dressing, will positively create a new j Kor'the'.Liberal .nomination many jsucsu. auti citizens in front of. Coal- FnrSkin Diseases A Treatment that Costs Nothing Un- less It Provides Satisfactory Relief We have a jrrayish white ointment with a pleasant odor that is clean to HBO, which we believe Is the best rem- MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, July July opened closed heat October :r I opened 98 1-2, closed 9.1 M: December j opened 3-4, closed 93 1-8. Oats- July opened 36 1-2, closed 36; October opened closed 37 1-4; Decem- ber" opened 37.1-4, closed 37. July closed October closed 1.90. CASH Northern wheat 95 3-4, 2 Northern 93 1-2, 3 Northern growth of If you wiin to have a beautiful "amrs nrc-mcntloncil. including T. I1, ''ale block where automobiles will he Path- head I Morris, provincial .leader, 'if Mac- I" readiness, bended by tbe SALVIA once a day and watch the Kcnzle, secretary of lhc Grain fo1' trin lo lhe results. Associ'alion, and a. (-'paldale, return- color. The greatest hair I and A. C. Vigor known. ing via ng caused by skin eruptions. We are so positive this ointment is inequalled that we offer it with the distinct understanding that if after it a reasonable trial, opened 88 1-8, clos- ed 87 3-S; September opened clos- ed 89 3-4; December opened 94; clos- ed 93 5-8. having given you are nol satisfied with the you have only got to tell us and we will, without quibbling, return every cent paid us for II. We exact, no promises or obligations whatever. LETHBRIDGE JAIL MOT prisoners were brought from Macleod Ibis afternoon by the R. N. ,W. M. Police and transferred to the BIRKENHEAO CATTLE MARKETS jail. Twelve policemen were iri of them from the station to 4 BIG FEATURES 4 H. E. COOPER The rich voiced baritone. WARRIOR'S SQUAW (Bison) Jt'nll of exciting and thrilling battle- scenes, i LITTLE AVENGER (IMiatKO, A beautiful melodrama. MISER'S DAUGHTER (Imp.) An iiVtcvestins''coinfdy. A PROGRAM EXTRAORDINARY AT THE EUREKA .THE FAMILY THEATRE 10c; Adult! 16c Open T.'M Flrtt Curtain p.m. BUILDING PERMITS FOR JULY The building permits for Ule month SIFTON STILL STRONG Ottawa, July Clifford SI! ending loduy amounted ,to S-l J (On was interviewed today in Tegari and for .lunc amounted to j situation and hii. They amounted lo for the: you intend: to month of July, inio. in Hrandon lie was asked. "No, I have writtci MORE PRISONERS FOR Liverpool, July Rogers Company, Liverpool, stated today thnt We want you to try Rexall Eczema i although trade was slow there was ;i Ointment, the first application gives I considerable reduction in the tem- l refrenliiiiE sense of relief, and be Incrnture nnd caused the market to remain steady at quotations last cab- led were: Stales steers from 12 to 13 1-4 and Canadian steers from 12 3-1 to 13 cents per pound. minion, gives protection lo the inflam- Twelvo Lethbridge lunch dressing they looking for. II fWni'rnlh believed that .the .Cqnsprvn-, makes tbe hair soft and fluffy and Is I lives will meet on the the park boulevards, .1. lllKinli not sticky. A large bottle, 5llc. nomiiuile their v' 'ben to No. C mine where a stop will Ltd., special agents. only obtain It Ht our Hox- Co., INCREASE RECEIPTS the month as with the' month of June, which ninonnlcd lo This is an increase of the jail. The (T.T.R. freight slictls and seven cars were burned in a Tire at Paris which was .sitpposrrt to have started by a spark from an engine. to the Liberal Association of, tin' jcounty intimating that 1 hare no'in- tention of offering myself there foi re-fiection." "Will you contest am other riding "I have ho presenl inlcntion of doing so, I prefer not tfl he a' candidate." "Will }-ou any part in the election J" "I shall' be willing to do anything in m] power to assist in the canjpajgi against reciprocity, views which 1 have expressed in the House, have become stronger as the discussion hal proceeded." "Ut diftoiiafi wait on appttitt, mtf htdfh M tvth! They will tf you StfAI NA DRU They correct itomach disorders, usifst digestion, and mike lift wtrth nf igftln for tht victim dyspepslt. 50c. box. If fwr 4mffM Hi slocked them yet, us 90c. and wewitl mifl them. M ;