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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page-AO.. New Corset Styles at 9Sc i. Now that, the month of roses, girl graduates and brides is here, we invite you to carcuilly inspect our stocks. Buy everything you want ready-made during these warm days and save as much tine as possible for pleasure aud recreation. "Tone" is the one thing this store stands for in the selection of its splendid summer stocks. For weticmgs ana graduates our "present" goods are at full tide, while stocks for outing and. holiday wear are complete in every detail. selections of summer coats and dresses, suits and skirts, waists and whitewear, corsets and underwear, hosiery and gloves, belts and neckVear. Boy Scouts Surround Hid- ing Place of Red Deer Suspect Calgary. June Red Deer suspect, was cap- tured through boy scouts who went out at eight a.m. and surrounded his hiding place. He has admitted that he shot Bell though the statement won't be used against him because he wasn't warned. Bell is slowly sinking. BEAUTIFUL NEW LINGERIE DRESSES COOL AND INEXPENSIVE to Fine mulls in white and colors, fancy muslins in various neat desi.sus ir. a great variety of cl'oice and a special collection of house and street dresses, HANDSOME WASH COATS IN MANY BECOMING STYLES to Silk and cotron repps, ducks, galateas and linens in a splendid range of most becoming styles and an extra special value WILL HAVE FINE NEW STORE R. A. Wright to Present Ciiy with a Splendid GO OUT ON STRIKE A.'! teamsters belonging to the Teamsters' Union, wont out strike this morning. They uskerl for an'increase frotr. to S75 a month wliich refused hv tlie team own- ens. eluiin thai the teamsters in l.ethbridgL- are already receiving the. .same or greater wages than are be- ing paid in any of. the other Albert- an cities The number of men affected Ly the are less than a down, as ihe teamsters are not a strong or- ganization in I A-Mil) ridge as yet, and the Western Transfer Co. is the only cartage concern seriously inconveni- enced. This firm refuses to recognize the demands of men, "which they ciaim are unjust, and say they will have no difficulty in securing men within the next two or three days. JARCHBISHOP BRUCHESI SAILING FOR EUROPE .Montreal. June by j Canon Sylvestre, his grace. Archbish- op Bruchesi. lefr here (bis morning S4, Inside the next month the pioneer for the citv of "Quebec where he jeweler of the city, R. A. Wright, will j embark for Europe. The Archbishop Shown in mulls, chambrays, ducks, repps and striped galateas and representing unusual values at the price. Including ducks and repps in white and natural linen colors, splen- didly tailored and perfect-fitting. PRETTY WASH SKIRTS In Ti-.aue and natural linen colors, plain or, IrialucU--- to S4.50 NEW DRESSES Of foulards, messelaines and rajahs in most attractive S22.50 to S35.CO HANDSOME NEW WAISTS In plain tailored and lingerie styles, all exclusive with this 95c to DAINTY WHITEWEAR Gowns, skirts, drawers, slips and corset covers, in a splendid range and containing many special values. ...PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES The largest collection this store jver exhibited, at prices to suit all purses to NEW SUMMER CORSETS Of the famous D. A. make, showing many new models of light summer percale. Prices, 95c to jt-wei into new commodious and more I j handsome quarters in the new Bal- I i moral block. When this move is [made Mr. Wright will form a joint IJ stock company to carry on the busi- i ness, taking in two new partners, and I 'be has also engaged an expert sales- I CORONATION CELEBRATION lady from Winnipeg to take charge of the sales department. Mr. Wright is making the city a is 'on his way to Madrid to attend the eucharistic congress which opens there on June He expects 'to re- turn about the middle of August See Our Window FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. SELLING OUT. FORMING NEW PART- NERSHIP REMOVING TO NEW STORE.- ONLY FIXTURES TO BE REMOVED. THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD Ex-Mayor R. P. Smith, of Strath-i roy, is dead, aged SO. Elgin Perry, of London, had his eye pierced by a woman's hat pin and mav lost the sieht. is the cheapest place in Lethbridge to buy good goods. Our line is groceries, ready-to-wear for ladies and children, clothing, gents' shoes for ladies, men or childrenr notions, crockery and glasswsre. See our window display, and that will tell you the rest. 606 Fourth avenue south, opposite new Court House. 8. LISS. Manager. ard make which will be placed on a cement column in front of the new store. The clock will have two large i dials and the time will be readily dis- tinguishable for over two blocks. This I gift should be highly appreciated by I the people of the city who have now j no easy way of conveniently knowing j the correct time. Before moving the whole stock, in- i eluding all the latest spring goods will be sold by special sale, and Mr. Wright says that he intends ro move i nothing but the fixtures to his new months. Yesterday, morning he had a quarters_ when change ,s police court COMMITTEE TONIGHT The committee which lias the ar- rangements for coronation day ceie- a street clock of !bralion in hand will mcet tonighr in I the Board of Trade office at eight i o'clock. tVe Oil Taken Out A Triumph for Chemical Science Pharmaceutical Skill Oi! from the liver cf the cod-fish hai been used as a prpventative of disease and a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Liver Oil was the greasy, oily part itself only draw bock being 'the unpala- table, fishy taste of tlie oil. From tlie first experts have been try- ins; to find means to make it more pala- table. They used to "cut" it with it in it with j lemon to get away from that abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots of people still take it in Emul- sion form, which is nothing morr than "churned" still greasy, oily aud a strain on the digestion. Doctors used to think it was the oil itself that built up': the were slow to find out" that the oil was a distinct drawback to "the, medicinal prin- ciples contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach nut of order. A way has now been discovered to do away with the grease and tbe smell, and yet retain all the medicinal properties of the liver. This is done bv removing the fresh oil from the new livers. The liver pulp is then reduced to the form of an extract like beef extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is simply this liver extract combined with an ex- tract of malt and healing wild cherry. It also contains the true hypophosphites. This combination makes Nyal's Cod Liver Compound a delicious builds up the system, and makes you strong. Take it when you feel yourself losing your grip. It's a pleasure to even the children like it. Get a bottle to-day and ward off disease. SI.00 for a large bottle. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend it because he knows all about it. i i Sold and guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE j W. P. J. ALEXANDER I LETHBRIDGE POLICE COURT SPLENDID WHEAT WARNER DISTRICT One for each everyday ailmant Magistrate Ball is having a. rather, time of it these days after the strenuous labors -of the last two A WOMAN'S AGViOE WOMEN PINCHER CITY-NEWS There -is considerable activity Pincher City property locally, quite a lot of it has changed owner- l ship, recently. As a usual thing it is nut the first owners of property in a new town that make the big profits. The first owners are like homestead- ers- they sell at the first opportunity. During past few railway has been almost entirelv sus- expert at the business. He complet- in ed job in a first-class shape and and in a very short'time. WARNER ITEMS Warner, June cottage being holiday as far a.s concerned, and Chief him a pair of white suit. This morning Frank Harrison, a gentleman hobo, faced him on the j charge oi stealing a ride from the C. P. R. He's a slick guy to try to -work any old gags that quarter, but he was the last nioT ment after working his way through from Victoria. Last night he made the run from Macleod on a freight .as Lethbridge will have one of the finest G-illespie oyes jewelry stores in Western Canada. :loves as a re- CIRCUS JUST AS POPULAR AS EVER Warner. June 1. A stool ci T. W. Ros-s' wheit containing 102 stalks, which averaged 1'T inches high, vas brought in by John Bullmay yesterday. At the ti-ms we thought i-c an extraordinai-y growth but we have since learned that all of Section 32-4-17 owned by Johnson Bros., has a crop on it. equally as good, and many other pieces in :this vicinity are nearly as tall. A. J. WcARTHUR'S CONDITION Calgary, June an early hour this morning- the Albertan v.-as inform- ed by Dr. McLaren that the condition of A. J. Me Arthur was unchanged. The strength of the patient is keep- ing up well and bis heart action is good us yet. His life, however, the balance. or Hai TYXESIDE P.O., Cbrr. "I received your sample of GIN PILLS aud after using them, I-felt'so much belter that I got a box at my druggist's, and HOTV I am taking uae Third box. The pain across rny back and kidneys lias almost gone and I am better than I have been for years, I was 3. great sufferer from Rheumatism but it has all left me. I strongly advise ail women, who suffer from Pain In The' Back and Weak Kidneys, to try GIN' PILLS. MRS. T. HARRIS. Thousands of women, right here in Canada, owe their robust health, their strength and vigor, their bright eves and rosy GIN PILLS. And they know that GIN PILLS will cure the Kidney and Bladder Troubles with so many women suffer. Do just as Mrs. Harris for a free sample box of GIN PILLS try them. Then, if they do you-good, get the regular 500 boxes at your dealer's. Year monev promptly refunded if GIN PILLS faif to give relief. National Drug and Chemical Ctf., Dept. A.D., Toronto. and ready for the finish. The two-storey residence of J. H. the wet weather of the! Smith building, just west of Whitty's weeks work on the new j is ready for plaster. The two 30 x 32 feet, two and a penderi. but is now being rushed rap-1 half storey residences being erected idly again. The C.P.R. yards look j by Messrs. Leffrngwell Egan, are j You Ryn No Risk When You Use This The ever interesting circus is in Remedy town today, Al. G. animal We Dromise yon that, if vour show being the attraction. This out-! falling out. and you fcave nor Jet. it erected bv J P Whittv is plastered pltiable Slght whcn lie was fifhas been a frequent visitor to Leth- so too far. you can repair the damage Sound on the bunkers here. bridge and always draws a good crowd i already clone by usins Rexall got __ _____ the full benefit of a nice-sized thunder clever !Hair Tonic- with persistency and res- shower and was soaked to a frazzle performances of the trained animals, when- he hit the cells. He pleaded The parade this morning was witness- tiseptic, germicidal preparation, "that guilty this morning to the charge and ed by large crowds of children and j destroys microbes, stimulates was; given his choice between five dol- j adults who greatly admired the num- j circulation around the hair roots, pro- as if all the saw mills in B. C. were shipping their entire output of tim- ber here. The timber will be used on the new railway in constructing bridg es and culverts. T-lv-n-v livery man in Pincher n the hn Citv up to progressing rapidly since the weath- er has settled. These two will be modern in every way steam heat, acetylene light, bath, laundry, etc. When completed, these! and Mr. Yaies' residence, which is i also modern in every respect, trill lars and costs or fifteen having the' ready cash he took days. The C.P.R. are making a dead Not; erous beautiful ponies, the one-link- rnotes hair nourishment, removes dan- the j short-of-human monkeys, the great elephants and camels robed in j druff and restores hair health. It i out of some free transportation, as j Keora> noble lions and all the other 'they say thai if anything happens to j numeroils aniraals- Two large bands them bv way of accident thev are i Provided music that let the city know last Monday, when some one, either j make three fine residences of which through carelessness or jealousy of j even a larger place his business acumen, left his barn I might be proud. door open'and let his horse get! away, and the result is that his liv- than Warner :set on all tramps trying to do them brilliant new robes, the pretty roiiet necessity. with _f _...... _ i zebra, noble lions and all the other We want you to try Rexall Hair Tonic with our promise that it will cost you nothing .unless you are per- For the kids j fectlJ' satisfied with its use. It comes the most fun was with the clowns who iIn sizes' il0c and Re' S Mde merrimeat rouM R-H _____________ Rexall Store. J. D. Higin- always very for aan-.ages ed. willing to bring 'the circus was in town. j er.y business will be at a complete standstill until finds his horse or buys another one. Water from the new waterwork sys tern will he free to consumers. A few should he watched very close for a while, for They are so desirous to get something for nothing that they might consume too rrruch for their own safety. j Fred pcmberton. who installed the' waterworks system, is certainly an ANOTHER AVIATOR HURT Versailles, June Guboit, CORONATION GIFT FOR QUEEN MARY A3TOR GIVES HIS SON HALF CF WALDORF ASTORIA T New York. June Wai- London June 2-The .Alarys through (Iorf Astor Qf born and Co., Ltd., special agent. French aviator, while making a trial 000 a j out tbe Empire have contributed fllgtit with a new aeroplane here to- tne coronation gift fo Mary. Donors range from beggar day, fell to tne ground and fractured j maids to duchesses and tbe donations his hip. from half pennies to pounds. Doctor Told Her Did Have Pint Of Good Stood In tyer Body. YOUNG GiRL'S DEATH At three o'clock this morning. Ivy Dosithe P. Cormier, Middle Sack- violpr ttuiwt j u rille N.B. savs: lolet nine-year-old-daughxer "In the'spring of 1SS7 I was all run of Mr> and Mrs- Charles Bullock, 915 down, and the doctor told me I had not street, died. She had been his life time as wil1 avoid che terms j liis son, Waldorf Astor, also a British subject, one half of the Waldorf A 5? i j toria Hotei. It is reported, although j with what measure of truth cannot'be j learned, that this is the first step on the part of William Waldorf Astor toward Suc5i a distribution of his vast New York estate during ii a_pint of good blood in my body. I took suffering from pneumonia for The International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor 'Sound Street Try Our Delicious Ice Cream The best In this town. Wholesale We Also Carry All Kinds of Fruit and Candies Phone 1078 Give us a trial, and if you like it tell your friends and if you don't like it tell us. different remedies from doctors, but they time past and it did not seem to do me any good. After having taken a lot of different other kindi ._ of rneaicine, and they did not seem to Wl" announced .later and -will' be benefit me, I was almost in desp.air and under the direction of Undertaker R. i did not know what to do until my bus- G. Addison. band met a lady and told her about my :_______________ sickness and she told him to try dock Blood Bitters as she had received RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS the greatest benefit from using it. My COMING WEST THIS MONTH husband went and bought me a bottle, j and after having taken it I feH better, I uttawa- June Board of Rail- so I kept on using one bottle after another Commissioners -will go West this until I had taken six In all .and then I month. They -ill 5it at Brandon on was strong and well. I am positive junp 14 anrf that my being alive to-dav is due to the D f Wnm-T1eS ;tne loth. use of Burdock Blood" Bitters. One Cnairman Scott and Corn- spring since then I was not feeling very i missioner McLean will probably take well and had a lot of .work to do. I the trip. thought I would procure a bottle of i__________' Burdock Blood Bitters and after I had j taken two I was able to do a lot of hard j FUNERAL AT COUTTS work all the summer, and I never felt rnn-tc Mr- mi. better in my life. In the winter of 1906 LoiKts; Alta.. :vlay funeral I had Pneumonia, and it left me with a of the child Mr. j severe pain in the left side. Every jand Mrs. J. Rushford was held todav morning when I would get out of bod I j and the bodv bad to sit down for a while it was eo i Swept After I had used Burdock new inheritance taxlaw. which not altogether 1 went effect ]ast year. Funeral arrangements Cemeterj'" A It has also cured me of bleeding piles. I have received go much benefit Bittsrs the pain com- i Cessi0n followed the remains to the 'final resting place. Ken ry Ten nan t, Sr.. read the burial service. The cause throat.' deep it has me." The community feels only by Tho T. Miiburn for the bereaved father and j vO.t Limited, Toronto, Ont. mother. I IRON WORKING Drills, Presses, Grinders, Hammers, Slotters Key seat ers. Lathes, Sliapers, Both new and second hand, re- built and guaranteed. Full de- sci'iptiosi