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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. June 20, 1OT1 TUTLY 1TERALP Hudson's Bay Stores Offers Special Price Concessions On Ladies' Ready To Wear Lingerie Blouses, White Duck and Repp Skirts, linen Suits and Coats Ladies' Blouses that formerly sold at to reduced to 98c and NO dozen Ladies' Lann and Vesting Blouiet, belni odds and ends left from icgulai 11.60 to 16.50 lines; not every size in every line, but every size IB here, most all are? sllghtlv Bussed, but at the price will find man> eager fl purchasers, Your Choice 98c NO. Lingerie Blouses, made .from fine sheer lawns, with beautiful Swiss embroidered fronts and trimmed with French Valenciennes lacei'alno a few in black anil colored mulls, and lustres, Regulai puces as high as !3 00.' Your choice linen Coats and Suits cut tb away less than cost to manufacture NO. arc determined' to clear our stock of Ladies' Linen Suits and Coats, with in "the next ten clays and in order to accomplish this we have cut prices down in many instances to less than hail'. Here 'beautiful Coats and Suits hi white, champagne, reseda, mauve, pink and sky, jnade from poplins, linens a.nd mercer a wealth of this latest productions, that will make selecting' easy. Every she is here. Regular prices Reduced to to A Decided Bargain in Udies' Wash Skirts complete stock pf .ladies' White Linen, Duck and Poplin skirts, including every wanted size and cry'popular style. Qua- lity, fit and workmanship'of the highest standard ol merit. Former prices up to'13.00; a few. were as high as All reduced to FULL STOCK OF FLAGS AND BUNTING JUST TO HANP FOM CORONATION Q1CPRATIONS LADIES' SUNSHADES NO. 'dwen Ladies' Sunshades white, plain colors And many dainty com-, blnallon color effects Regular prices f I 25 and 11.50. Now all one to clear 85c ADVISE YOU TO EARLY. Hudson's Bay Stores ALL ABOARD FORSUNDIAl Board of Trade's "Get Trip Next Week Arrangements arc now being made by tbc: entertainment committee of the Hoard of Trade (or their wt "set acquainted" trip to Diamond City and Sundial on Tuesday, tlmt be- ing the date bet foi a la rut; meeting of the United Karraers ot Alberta. It It expected that 'nearly 1000 (armera will be present at Suudlai on tiiut occasion together with the Hon. Dim. can Marshall, minister or agriculture, the Hon. Arcliis MacLeau, provincial W. A. Buchanan, 11.P.P., and K. J. Kream, secretary of the as- sociation, who will be among the prin- cipal speakers meeting. This undoubtedly will .be the big- gem Hoard of Traclo excursion S) lar undertaken this year and should ap- peal to our merchants as a opportunity to meet all the fai in the district.' The. committee who have the aiiangementb in cliaige would urge that those contemplating taking the trip to notify Fied Don 01 J 1, Manwaiins as 5 W> to )p paid to the duv.ei of I he automo Lethbridge, Coaldale corner, 1 o'clock; arnve Diamond City 10, eave Diamond Cltv 1030, arrive Sun iial 1230. lea-ve Sundial 3. arrive In Lethbridge BrmS ;our lunch tines as will be shown tonight have iaiel> been seen in the west "Star light, the the leading feature is an Indian drama of a very unusual tjpe, which creates a great influence .pon the audience and keeps them spellbound with the thrilling pnd ex- citing incidents tluoughout the pic tine "The Last Laugh" is a scream- ing comedv and keeps the audience in a fit' of Other pictures ol comedy and dfema will be shown and the piogram all tluoifgh ft one ot the tmest ever exhibited For dav and Thursday ot this week the management hai e, secured one of the greatest hits In picturedom, namelv Grenadier the story ot Na poleon's defeat at Moscow, full ol daring, grilling and sensational inci dents. THEATRICAL Such STARt-AND splendid collection ot pic- AT THE EUREKA One of the prettiest high class pro grams evei presented In this eitv was the Eureka, last night The fust vaudeville number was Mabel Morgan the English comedienne, who gave iro personations of Vesta Victona and Alice Llojd, proving herself very clev er and winning heaity applause, beim, recalled io the footlights severa' times Bainngton, Howard and Co presenting 'A Kisht in a Gsps> was one of the prettiest and spectaculai singing and dancing ?cts evei piodliced fiom a stage Mr Howard has a rich baritone voice which was highly appreciated as was plmnlv seen by ihe outbuisl ot up plause on each of his numbers 'I he whistling imitations were excellent The companv carrv theii own setting which is beautiflillv Illuminated and adds gieatlv to the act The picluies were intensely interesting, the first er.utled "RIack Pete's which Is a beautiful western love slory The other two are good com udieb and cieated many laughs The management this week offer ai entire change of vaudeville Thursday msht with threeJjlg acts on the bill 'tr.ftT Makes Home Baking Easy. ,Glves nicer, better food than baker's. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads" and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. World News Fresh From The Ticker BORDENHAS NO SYMPATHY WITH RECIPROCITY PACT Kansas fears a grasshopper plague. Ontario's share of. Toronto bar re- ceipts for May amounted to The late Hugh-Waildell, ol 1'cter- boro, Out., left an estate valued at Jos. L. Garvin, B. Toronto, has been appointed inspector of schools for North Simcoe. Rev C A Sykei, of Weslej church, Toronto, lias accepted a call to St Paul's, Toronto. K l> Bordcn, the Conservative leadei, has arrived at Winnipeg, where he. soaks' tonight G L C'ooke, of We) burn, Bask was arrested at Winnipeg for getting money undci false pretences Henry anil his son were burned to ileath in the bhack on their homestead at McClusky, N 1) The wne ol Kev. Dr J V Smith, pastor ol Centcnaiy Methodist church, Hamilton, is dead. Gunnel Thomas Allen has been giv- i ,i lile sentence for shooting Capt Kllison at Dsquimall lion Maishdll is in Ontar- io buving cattlr for the Albei- ta dcmonsuallon (arms colored: men's club at Winnipeg was raised and a wagon load of boo-e Frank Johnston, the keeper, was ariesteil G I, Faulkner, a well known Van- couver bioker and a member ol one of Toronto's best families-, was sen- tenced to seven vears nl Victoria for rape. Rev G V McCullogli, ol Roland, has been elected president ol the Man itolw Methodist Conference His bro- Rev. R. E McCullagh, was elected secretary f Roht H I) Asltc, Bulisli collec- tor foi tlie Maiitimc disltiol o! Tm- evellilt, British India, was shot by a Urahimn altoincy, in the pre.sencc of his wife The assassin suicided V ladies" resilience foi students of Queen's Umveisity, Kingston, was sujrgestpd bv Mrs Adam Shortl, w ifo of Prof' Shortt, as a memorial to the late Mrs. Uoiilon, w itc of Princi- Still Believes in the Tory Protective Policy Winnipeg, L. Bordcn, Palpitation of The Heart. When the heart begin! to beat larly or intermittently, palpitate and throb, skip beats, beaU fast for a timt, then go slow ai to almost to stop, it causes great anxiety and alarm The least excitement W exertion seemi to affect it. Many people are kept in state ot morbid (Kir ol death, become weak, worn and miserable, through thij unnatural action of the heart. To all inch sufferers Milburn'i Hurt and- Nerve Pillf call give prompt preraanent relief Mrs. John Thompson, Mill Cove, N a few lines to let know what Milburn'i Heart and Nervf have done for me. I have btem troubled wilh weaknew and palpitation ol the heart; would have severe choking tpnlll. and could scarcely he down all I many remedies bin got to answer my like you? dtt. I can rwommend them highly to ill luttr- iug with heart and Nitburn's Heart .ml 50C. per box or 3 boxes (or ll 25 al all dealers or will mailed diiect on receipt of price uy 'fie r. Milbur'n Co, Limited, Toronto, Out, pal Gonion Wilson Braidvvood, and Miss known wnter, scuouslv injuied hv tbc explosion of a bottle ol aerat- ed water Glass cnlcied both his eves, hut the doctors expect to save his automobiles were burned in W Baud's gauge, Winnipeg, VPS- Iculav moming Loss KUn- Irj Marsh, piopnetoi ol the Astoi I louse, allot seeing h's auto burned, liirneil to walk home and dropped dead The Ksclunge Tclpgiapli company savs S.u llenrv Pcll.ilt, of Toronto, bcpn invited to Westminster vb- hpj for the coionation anil thai he also been appointed on the offi- cial militarv stall 101 ilutv on Coion- alion Dav anil the UPS! dav, when the roval piogipss takes- place Di Wilson Biaidwood, and Moss Kloiemc Cjavvfoul wcic killed and Mrs G C Thoninson, her tvvotlaugli I cis. ami Lbas How. den and V C Maitm, all ol I'oronlo, were injmcd hv .in auto turning turtle, going down ,i strep lull Jl Ilavvkcslonc, near The Duke of Connanght will pres- ent colors to the 12th York Rnn- gere next year, when the centenary, will be celebrated. Angus McDonald.a rrestcd at Rod- ney, Ont, for littering a forged prom- issory note, was promptly given four years In penitentiary Somebody's, carelessness in not Bee- inn Ihxl certain bolts were tight, cansd the of 1 1. Weaver, crush ed under a truck at Hamilton, accord Ing to the coroner's An order for 'foreclosure hag been Issued against the Eastern Coul Co of the Conservative leader, had a good house ,init a good hcaimg in the Walker the.itie last evening and de- livered a good speech lion Rohcit Hogeis presided and Alex, llaggart, H P introduced the speakers .1 G II Bergeron and T W. Crolliers spoke altei Mr Rorden lleloie entering upon the discussion of Mr Borilen dealt lhc Manitoba boundarv mallet'and the possession of the natural resourc- es in Albeita and Saskatchewan liu upheld (he contention of Mcssis Rob- Iin and Rogeis and predicted that it would not be long bcfoie a Liberal- t'onservative at Oltavva would give them justice The Conbetvalive leader saiil that the party was long ago committed to the construction oi the Hudson's Hav lailwav and the govcinment (or its inactivity in ils consliuctioi. He committed the uaitv to sinto tontiol anil opcialion of tcrmin ,il clevatois and also to placing tile chilled neat indusliy on a sound basis Criticizes Sir Wilfrid Entering upon the discussion of rc- cipiocit) lie cluiged Sir WiHnd 1-aui- icr with li.ivmg broken faith, as he had promised to make no changes in the tarifi without (list having an in- vestigation bv a tauft commission, and vet without anv warning be biought in I he- rccipiocilv agreement Sir Wilmd Lauliei had stated in nl Montreal, that reciprocity with iW I nitPil Mutes was no longer dcsiiablc, that the snicsl to n-unlain (ticndsblp with the United .Stales was to he absolutely independ- ent of them anil that the trui, policj of Canada should be to slimulalo liadc with, Ilrilnm lie had ed these stalements at the Imperial Conference in 1107 Hut now lie viss gooil-hve Io britisll tiadc and puts all his hopes upon reciprocity with HIP United States Advocates Commission a said Mr 3h will preserve the fis- autonoim oi Canada and which will pel mil ihP production in tins counlrv oi all useiul ailiclcb that can be ailvantngLOUSlv manuiaclurcd or prodtitpil bj means of our natural re- sources, having due icgard not onl) to Hie mtcirsl of the consumer bin, ,o to the welfare of our wage-earn population 'I lie labor neccssarv foi the use mill convenience of lhc people should as fai as possible be performed in Camilla and not in for- o( other countries may ploymcnt (herein The Ll scivativc party if returned will cslahlish a pctmanent com of independent aiulyrep- resentative men for the ,ot investigating and reporting upon _ mailers connected the 'KtorlH. Political pressure or should not be permitted guide oi to impede -those spoiisiblc for its pronsioDs conception, the tariff due investigation and .asceictlliBiMlit oi facts, lie based upon ciplps which would appeal com- mon sense, reason Mr Horden then mtoHhe tn- lotial aspicts ol con; tinning, Mid. there of anv such trcalv There was nian- ilati moie (lian thai there was no cause tt'hv this desire to alter, -con- ditions the country'-lias made such unexampled progress lf Wo saj, "Lei, well enoufth not because Canada is staiidinaUstill lull because nutecial de- vcloDiicnt in Canada haxe'bwn.jjiore r.iiud Hun in anv' other country- m the woild We sav, "Let because that progress b'cui well founded saii> slapjey lif- eigb countries, working men Nova Scotia. ested In it. Toronto men are Inter- Ihat our it proceeded nuwyiurt uulain path We "sat! enough alone" proposed diversion Irom that o'fyia- tion building leads into a wilderness anil labvuntb lull of pit- falls I et Sir Wilfrid LauriertrpmiMn bci thai theie m.iv he progfets ends in disastet The of HIP government are for reciprocal trade with which produws a surplus of nearly every tcomiapditv WP produce country which competes wilh us in of the animal, agricuituralCaml food piodutls It a a in which, accoidlng to the statistical m- formadon fuimshed by the Umited States board of land experts' the puces o( nearly all food pioducts arc lower than ada" 11 would iiave been impossible to select a more inopportune time lor such proposals than that government chose are opposed to this agreement jccausc its tendencj is to disinteg- rate this Dominion, to separate thP pionnccs, to checit intercourse end commerce helwccn the provinecs-janrt between the eas-l and the west _i We lirmlj oppose, Ibis agreement.because wo helicvc thai if it carried u; its logical conclusion, it will 'lead to commercial union will mcvilably end in political absorption No one questions this loyalty ol anadlan "people No one questions their devotion to Canada and empire, hut that man is blind or fool ish who cannol the metvniiigi and not thosp o( these proposals JThe destruction of the house fly is a public duty. Almost every American State Board of Health is carrying on a crusade against him. His filthy origin and habits, and the fact that bis body is generally laden with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the greatest enemies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will use WILSOT'S FIT PADS persistently, this peril would be tremendouslv ;