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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pajpe'8 THE 1TERALP TO OUR GREAT Time is about up and we are almost ready to blow out the candle. If you have already taken advantage of our unusual .offerings''you're lucky, for you have saved dollars. If you have not been in yet, take heed of this timely warning, for the sale will positively end O'CLOCK Follow the crowd while still in time. You cannot afford to turn your back on these cut prices Men's Suits U'inninc Summer Suits. in every feature tailoring in keeoinu with expensive and highly serviceable worsteds. You woiiM c'hper'uliy regularly 518.0'J and SL'iU'O. i i .Mfn's Suitings produced by the best of England's woollen mills. that are favored by "'eil dressed men; perfect fitting in chest, depth and skirt Hues and tronser in greys, greens, tans, browns. Fabrics and patterns that please at and Look at this sale price 2 Suits Boys' Suits, cut. on patterns tiiai are exact and tailored with a re- jrard for the little details of finish; re-iniorceu at every point where there is suecial strain. Regular price. SJ'S Quick Move Price W, Men's Socks Men's Mottled Socks; brown and bine colors. 1 pair, .for ...................................____ 25c OLIVER BLOCK Men's Shoes shoeSl diick. Cool and comfortable. ..Regular price J2.50. Quick .Move price .SI.85 Men's white shoes, military duck. They look cool and are A shoe to be worn during: the hot weather. Regular price S3.00. .Quick Move Price Men's Shirts :'Ien's Shirts- P'ain ro-val or polka dots, warranted fast colors. Regular S1.25. Quick .Move OC 8SC price Men's Shoes for the Warm Weather Men's brown canvas shoes. Regular price Sl.50. Quick .Move Price 95c brown canvas shoes, leather soles and straps. Regular price S2.00. Quick .Move price 3 18 5th St. (ROUND) Men's Linen Hats Linen Hats in white, brown, and grey colors; light, cool and comfortable. Regular price 75c and S1..00. Quick JMove Price Thera It a ityle m tho STETSON HAT which imparts Its pleuiun grace to It fi-ref them a distinct dutinruUhed ir which greatly in winning oe women. The Stetson name in every Stetson Hat. We have the Utest Stetson styles ia Soft and Dwby. CANT SETTLE STRIKE AT VANCOUVER -Vancouver. June efforts of 'he civic concili'd- ticn committee to settle the strike in the trades were absolutely futile today. .Beth employers and, the men refused to "consider con- ciliaiion. Two men were roughly liaiidJed and rather severely injured by strikers today. They were T. Patterson, a foreman, and P. Bryant, an apprentice, who were -.vork- ing on H house that was near- ly, completed. 6N BOASTS DON'T OBJECT 'CORONATION ISCOVERY TO HOTELS NOWJ cipalities are Given Licenses TROOPS LAND TO BUILD AND (Continued from Front Page.) .Liverpool. June Empress of', LANDED PASSENGERS ON THE ICE Nome. Alaska, June to find open lead the steamer Corwin, j of "irt- arui whose coining marked the opening of il hc tested before allowing 'ings will all be erected by day'labor. 'Iand while the work will be of a rough ler character -than that on the main building, the directors were all de- jcided that the outbuildings must con- iform to the general good appearance jset by the main buildings on the grounds, even if the estimate is ex- iceeded to some extent. shop, aim when examined was pro-! dcr t'le presidency of Acting Cha'ir-UtHaif coronation; i.ropps on board. An Imposing Entrance i nouuced as gold. This naturally led man Armour and dealt with, no ;Taey were welcoinedf by ihe Lord Regarding an entrance gate, it was j to further and closer examination of i less than forty-seven Mayor and a distinguished civic party j decided that as this was where the j the soil which is of a sandy, .iravel- tilc of_ which were recom.--and the local territorials paraded in: ;people got their first impression of j iy nature. IL was found that the Bended. Three local option order in honor of their guests 'the exhibition, the entrance building vein. TO all appearances, runs over a before the board in which by-jTh'e Canadians paraded through some 'must be a good one. The secretary j whole Jot. and is at a dent-h 'aws '1af- quashed. In of.ot" tne Drincipal streets, exciting plans of the entrance build-! 'from s'ix to .seven feet and about" six i l'iesf'- Griffin and Drinkwater, pleasure a the crowds, jing of the International Stock Show applications were it ...being' pn-Aen to !he satisfaction of the ;IMPROVE TRADE WITH I saskatoon. June Workmen, JWQ Saskatchewan Muni- while digging a cellar today on Ave- j nue south, came across a vein I i at a riapith .01 -abput six. feet, that j is extremely rich in mineral that has j. every appearance of being gold. Aj Rcsina, June li- was taken up U> a nearby I ccnse commission met here today Ireland arrived, at with the Can- iJdcr the presidency of Acting Chair-Uaian coronation; droops 'on board. REGINA'S FINE NEW HOSPITAL Regina. June formal open- ing of the Regina Memorial Hospital took place this afternoon, inaugural speeches being delivered by .Mayor and Judge Lament, chairman or the board of hospital comrnission- jers. Following the speeches a recep- jtion was held under the auspices of 'tion was .held under auspices of the Ladies' Hospital Aid, many hundreds of citiens taking the opportunity of inspecting the institution. The hos- .pital, which cost ia the neighborhood of will accommodate 125 pa- tients and is fitted with every modern hospital appliance. Dr sevon inches in thickness. The men were si-opped from rioina; !anx i ternoon grounds at Chicago. It is fifty feet and twenty-one feet deep and i navigation in the Bearing Sea. landed passengers on solid seven JBiJes from shore yesterday. The pass- engers, four of whom were women, reached land safely. The Corwin was work to proceed. AUTHOR DEAD DANISH WEST INDIES !presents a verJ" fine appearance. .The ce the bylaws had been! June Post agreed to use the plans, and In both these cases the-says [t understands that the Danish !gei out specifications from them and applications were recommended by'ambassador will see the Canadian nothing for his work except ilip local municipal councils The Tis- 'salesmen before their departure with'the cost of supervision of the construe dale application' was refused, the a view to commercial re-jtion- -Tiie estimates commissioners holding that while the latioas 'between the Danish West the entrance, but it is thought the further excavating and th s af_; commission that public opinion veer-; patinin- generous i ed the byla'ws had been I -Birmingham, June agreed to use the plans, and upon. applications were recommended by will see the Canadian! Kingston. Xv Y., June Ab- local opnon bylaw had been quashed, idies and Canada- it had nr.i; been proven to them that; to discharge her cargo, poet: and iiteratteur 'of this' the oi 'the were -_ >iii ii f.1, L f, u j. i n Q CUV sumcient. provisions for immediate i died las: ni-ht in a sanitarian at avcrsf' to lhc sale of as i needs were brought in by dog. sieighs. i i'enafly, X, j. He was born'in j n- the vole of iast December.! The Corwin left Seattle .May 19. jston in 1S42. ,____________ TEN THOUSAND QUIT WORK Constipation and Sick Headache. Vriiat would yon o'ive to hoar JKXNYLIND'STXG? Had there been a VICTOR when that, charrn- in? song biro was deiishnnE; ber au- "nor voice >voulc: now heard in every homo rhit one of wonderful mschines. However THERE ARE OTHiiRS s-re worthy successors ireai Lind and YOU HEAR THEM AT YOUR PLEASURE IF YO" BUY A VICTOR Wo aiv fihvnys willing to clpjnon st-rate intend to buy not. Try us MASON IUSCTI PIANO CO. DOMINION BLK. j building decided on will not cost much jmore than Tenders will be (called for on this building. SllffpripH for YpSr< Ffnmi Thc exhibit building will be juiie.tu i or redis to a point benveen the Lsrand stand and the main building. jand a temporary structure, put up for ;fire and police protection purposes. I Prospects Good j Discussing ih.4 general outlook for Headache seems habitual with manyitlie Fair- said that he people: indeed, some are seldom, if ever ;hac' a3read" received applications for the action of the boiler 'ree from suffering continually, and ,Iarg'e amoiinf of floor space for ex- struck this morning, workmen in i wondering why they oan get no" relief. ;hibit5 in the main building and was departments of the Baldwin Loco-' The most frequent of aU are bilious surs that the main exhibit jmotive V.'orks stopped work during I sick headaches, and are caused by some be fuil to the doors. This ,'tne day and tonight labor leaders as-i derangement of the-stomach or bowels, "P the matter of advertising isert'That 10.700 of t.he workers1 or getting exhibits from other fairs i have quit in sympathv u-ith the twelve! Burdock Blood Bfttera regtdates the il Decided that Ih'indred who were laid off two weeks I %estjve and biliary organs, removes becretar-v and one or two of iagp. Officers of the company refused acidity of the stomach, improves dices- direetors visk the Calgary. !to make any statement. tionT reflates the constinated howeN fairs for this i and promotes a perfect circulation of pure parpose- and Jt is most likely that the blood to all portions of tie Ixxiy. :secretary will attend the Winnipeg Mrs. C. Meadows, Clarksburg. lfa'r Jn witn end in view. troubled with onb" would this tend to bring ex- wasalso jhibits of the best, class to the Leth- CAPT. SEARS ACQUITTED Victoria. Jnfie C. A. A. of the steamer Trocjnois was acquitted the charge of manslaugh- er preferred against him as a. result of the wreck o: that steamer when many people lost their lives. ALLOW HORSES TO CKOSS50UNDARY Washington, D. C., June j diatc steps' are to be taken to rem- j eciy the absurd conditions arising from a recent customs court ruling, requiring duty to be paid on domes- tic animals belonging to people of the United .States, which are taken out and brought back again. Chair- man Underwood of the House Ways and Means committee will introduce legislation at the present session to overcome this interpretation of the .Payne-Aldr-ich tariff. The ruling will have more frequent applications .to traffic on the Canadian border where teaming is done and from Canada, where the ruling would prevent driving for pleasure across bor- der. jGreat Philadelphia Concern Up Ag-j j ainst a Serious Strike j Philadelphia. June DIAMONDS IN' QUEBEC itfforts Being Made to Find Process Ottawa .June how i three medfciner.% !would be able to bring home t.he ideas fee] a new of Diamonds, one in been made in Canada, and R.A. j.iolinston. mineralosist of the seo-! [graphical survey, will leave for Ger-! in a few weeks is efforts being made person as I am completely ;they had gathered at these other la ree -1 Jranu tesf-ify instirinir for one of the best medicine I have jtHe very best fairs in the'whole of Western Canada. for .11 troubles Secretary Me- McCaig, Hatch FIT-REFORM has divorced the idea that cool, comfortable summer suits need be ill-fitting. Fit-Reform 2 piece Suits have the, style and shapeliness of the heavier gar- ments. The wonderful Fit- Reform system of designing and Land tailoring this possible. McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridge. ;