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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 10, 1911. 0:^ TM IMlQfaWUITV HUDSON'S INCORPORATED 1670) Let the Man who Wants the Most for His Money in Satisfactory Clothing come here SATURDAY for These Matchless Bargains m m I There*s no getting away from the fact that you can always get more clothing value for your money at the Hudson's Bay than you can get anywhere else. Buying directly of the makers and saving the middleman's profit which you do when buying from us, is the reason There's no g-ettiiig away from the fact lliat you ftet tlio most satisfactory Ordinarily yon save a fourth to a third when you buy clothing here, but clothing that can bo made when you buy Hudson's Bay Co. clothes. The ex- during this Clearance Sale we've taken an additional fourth to a half off' our perience of thousands of men, covering a period of over a generation, has prices. Isn't it clear as daylight why you can get by far the most for yout proved this beyond the possibility of dispute. _ ^ money at the Hudson's Baj^ Co. . . lit Send the message far and wide to Parents Boys' Suits in Russian Blouse, Tunics, etc. BOYS' SUITS Sailor Suits- Regular $0.00, Sale......!i>;i.75 Regular -^i.To, Sale.......1>4.15 Regular $4.00, Sale.......$:3,10 Russian Blouse Suits- Regular ^4.00, Sale......$2.95 Regular $4.50, Sale.......$3.35 Regular .$3.75, Snle......$2.85 Tunic Suits- Regular .$5.00/Sale......$3.�>5 Regular $o.OO. Spec......$2.95 Regular -$6.75, Sale......$5.35 Youths' and Men's Suits In all the Newest Patterns and Designs YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Regular 112.00, Sale. .. .$10.35 Regular 116.50, Sale... .$14.75 Regular |17.50. Sale. .. .$14.85 Regular -$16.50, Spec____$9.45 Regular .$8.00, Spec.... $6.45 Regular -$16.50, Spec____$9.45 Regn 1 ar -S11.50, Sale____$8.95 Regular -$12.00, Sale.... $9.35 Regular -f9.50, Sale..... $7.35 MEN'S SUITS Regular 117.50, Sale... $14.35 Regular -$18.00, Sale. .. $11.85 Regular -f 17.50. Sale. .. $10.95 Regular ->il4.00. Sale. . . . $8.90 Regular -$23.00, Sale... $14.35 Regular -$20.00, Sale. . . $16.45 Regular -$28.00. Sale. .. $22.35 Regular $21.00, Sale... $15.25 Regular -$29.00. Sale. .. $21.75 Regular 618.50, Sale. . . $14.25 Men's Pants Regular 13.75, Sale...... .$2.05 Regular 13.50, Sale...||2.86 Regular .$4.50, Sale....... .$3.65 Hegular 12.75, Sale..$2.15 Regular $4.75, Sale...:. ...$4.00 Underwear Clearing lines in all Underwear at 25 per cent, reduction. All sizes in all garments. Socks Men's Heather Wool Socks, 5 pairs for.............$1.00 473 Men's and Boys, at Reg. 75c to .$1.00, sale each.....25c PINCHER CREEK NEWS Pincher Creek, March 8.-An opera-, tion was performed on Mrs. D. Carpenter for appendicitis at the hospital thi.s week. a. D. Plunkett left tonight on a visit to Calgary. -Mrs. F. A. Kanuse, formerl.v of the AValdorf hofel, Is Belling off her hotise-liold funiiliire. lienewed interest is belnp; sliown in �be Methodist Sunday School. There The Cnnsprvative mcirfbers of tho Maiiilohii I.pcislaturc prpseiitcd I'rf>-iiiicr Itohlin with a sjlvcr ser\icp, wliilf Winnipeg Conservatives pre-jsenled lion. Rohl.^ Rogers vvitli a Is an enrollment in classes of fiP, with portrait of hini.srji. a cradle roll record of 4(1, making a total of Uo. F^verybody around here is anxiously nwaltlug spring. The snow in somfi parts of the district is over three feet deep. BUSINESS AND WINNIFRED NEWS Mrs. Fred Henchel and daughter, Sadie will l"ave Calgary on the 12th i for Winnifri'd. I We understand that the dance was i well attended at Mr. Murray's ou the __ 13rd. Reciprocity is bein.s quite well dis-Haiiiilton, March n.-.\n iiit^ercsling cussed ainons the farmers, letter containiii.c the views of the C. A. Henel^el received a had mes-Oliver (hilled Plow Company, the ^age the past week, when he was in- HEROIC WORK OF LIFE SAVERS CALGARY MAN CHARGED WITH WHITE SLAVERY At McLean's Stables, Winnipeg bin .AnuTicnn concern which decided tn settle here last year, regarding the reci|)riicity agreement, has been puh-li'ihed o\er the si|iimlure of .1. D. Oliver, President of the company. U formed that R. G. Metson met instant priced, death b.v a traction en,-:iiie soing throush a hridpo. Mr. .Metson was an ,1,^ .^lai,,Ip,l expert engineei, under whom Mr. C. A. Henclu'l worked for several vears. The farmers' hay stacks are begin-!'"''^'^ "'" '�""f 's'^""- Xorfolk, Va , March 9-I'ndauntcd after a day and ni.!;hl of furious battle in one of the worst storms experi life savers tonight rescued i eight of the .if) or more men on board ste.imer .Mancluiria which lies Still lee; frmn 1 lie beach, three HEAD 100 Of High-Class HORSES Will be offered for Sale BY AUCTION on Wednesday, March 15th AT 1.30 P. M. The heavj^ drafters, farm and general, pur-jpose horses are carefully selected high-class Jilanitoba stock, thoroughly acclimated and ready for^'ork, bought direct from the farmers. Every horse sold under my guarantee Come in and look them over. PRIVATE SALES DAILY McLean's Sale Stables 179-185 Jaiiies Street Phoue M. 2941 Winiiipej? Uliiiiled b\ a terrillic snow storm the life savers for liniirs tried to shoot was stated the day after the propos- ning to look raiher small, and the snow ed trade agreement was announced in does not seem to leave very fast. the Iloiise^hat they would probably Mr. McXaniis Is still building on hisj a line to tliem. but tbcy often were curt.iil their plans regardinp; the Can- house on the homestead. ' cauirht by the waves and dashed high adian works on Ibis account, but Mr. ^'r- Walker is digging wells north ot upon the beach. Tliey finally made Oliver's letter states emphatically ''^ present. ] the life lin.- fast, however, shot the tbat It will make no change in their J J' ^^f''^'"^ /"f basket .a,t to the stranded ship and plans. He writes from South Bend, """f ' ^"'^'^ *� W.i>nifrpd the ,,, ,, ,shore one by one eight mem- hers oi the crow, their journey to past week. Ind , as follows : , ^ f^,,, "Dear Sir.-ThrouRh no action or calparv soon to commence duties on ''^''""'^ "^^"^ fault of nur orvn we have recently re- his homestead. , water The storm increased in furv cei\cd mure or less notice in the Can ------ (until the waves heat back on the adian and .\nierican newspapers cred-� In dealing with a case of stabldng' beach for �:cveral hundred leet and the iting us with being influenced hy the at Braniford. .ladge Hardy siigp.psled life .saver- recognizing that it would ; proposed reciprocity treaty between " pe'iHon be circulated among be suicide to attempt tn take off any j tlie two countries, to an extent that 'he Palians. of whom there are ahout more of flie crew abandoned the might alTect our plans at Hamilton, P'-^^i-l'iS "">'- "'ey will hand ov- ,,.,rk of rescue for the time being. Canada, where we are engaged in the "Ji;:;!:"'""'- '� '"'"'^r I'-'-'-m the M.nchuria siu^nals were erection of an extensive plant for the mainifactlire of our goods. i "It is perhaps unnecessary for us to say that ilicse reports have no foundation in fact It is our purpose 1 to go ahead as originally planned, ;aiul without any reference to the con-j (irniation or rejection of the proposed treaty. "Our aim is to conduct our business in Canada in strict compliance with the laws (rf that country,, having full conndence in tlie wisdom of the people of the Dominion to properly guard and protect their business in-, terests. of Police. Hashed which said that the ship was leaMirr. but would prohalily withstand tl,e storm for the night at least. There are .S'l life savers stand the siranded ship. Dootor Told Hur Sf\o PId flat Have H Pint Of Good Blood In Ijar Body. Mrs. Unsiiho P. Cormier, Middle Sack- i,,^. ^.^leh from the beach near villo, -N' H . i-.iy.s; 'In the ?prin3 of 1,897 I was nil run down, fte.'l the doctor told me I ha'l eof, h pint cif fi vin idoo'l in my body. I took dilToreit ic-aie ics from Uoclurs, but they ::\^^Z!i:Ltlx - -^^^^ of mejir.ino, an.l they did not seem to bo:iotil me, 1 was almost in clcb|iair and -Messrs. Raymond Blrsh and lliiriilee (lid no^ know nhat lo nue^^o".'b: accompanied h.m. "\'erv truly yours, Oliver Chilled use of Bu.d.ick Blood Bitters One Plow Works, spring siiiee then 1 was not feeling vciy ., I______ /m;.,__r.___-j- i. ' wcll and h:id n lot of work to do 1 .lames D. Oliver President. ^ p,,^,^, ^ ^,,,^ "C ."v. Funk, General Manager In- Burdock Blood Bitters and after 1 bad ternationa Harvester Co., Chicago, taken two I was able to do a lot of bard ]ll " work all the summer, and I never felt _________ better in my life. In the winter of lOOli I bad Pneumonia, and it left me with a FREIGHTER DEAD j severe pain in the left side. Every g.-William- Carr I niorn'^g "^i"" ^ would get out of bed I COALDALE NEWS | .Mr. H. A. Sugfiilt, who s il.ml'tel toi -Mr. I.anbourgh, of liatiineau, N'. D., will succeed Mr. Stewart In tlie man-farm this ne Is Now Under Arrest Oil the Charge in Edmonton Edirrawton, March 7.-A young iran named .Sherman, of Calgary, under ; airost here charged with procuring girl for immoral purposes, has been renwnded for a week. A few weeks' ago a pretty young .Scandinavian girl; left her father's home near Inniafail j to visit friends in Calgary. It was j the first lime she had been awRy ' from home Her father is a farmer near Innisfail. According to her story she was introduced by another girl to two young men who took them to a restaurant where, she claims, she was drugged, taken to a hotel ani! later , brought to Edmonton. Today this i girl lies dan.gerously ill in the Ed-j nionton hospital. Meanwhile the broken-hearted father of the ruined girl is ranin'f about the city threaten ing to kill the young man If he crosses his path. Another pirl is also invohed in the case with the girl i fronif Innisfail. Tlie story told by the two girls of the plot nf which the Innisfail girl was the victim, and of the life they led, is pitiful in the e.s;tremo. LAUNDRY MACHINERY BARGAIN For any party looking for a Bteam I&undry outfit, we bftvo A Real Snap For full description, price and terms, write us. PLANT CAN BK tEBN AT KENORA, ONTARIO. Ve* MAIN St. -WINNIPte, ENGAGEMENT IN MEXICO 18 REPORTBO El Paso, March 8.-A special to the Times this mornlnu from Coluni'bus, N. �M., says some persona arriving from t'nsas Grannes report that Garcia with &00 inaurrcctiontsts surrounded that town on Sunday night, and attacked the city on Monday morning. They re> port many fatalities. Casas Grannes la defended by Col. Valdez with about 460 men. OLD TIME Helena, Mnrch time peace officer freighter and pion-:.,f^j ^^^^^ I h,d ^^^j Bunioek eer, passed in his chips at the county Ifeiood Bilto'.s the pain disappenied corn-poor farm t iday, aged 69 years. Carr! plotoly. It has also cured mo cf bleeding wnS a resident of Montana for 40 years pilM.' I hnvc rereived so much benelit coming here from Cheyenne, Wvo. For ''0T Burdock Blood Bit to s that you nay publish this lui it may help others , i� tt tiaa mc." I MaDufaniued only by The T. MDbuim t 3o., Liraitel, Tcronto, Oak a time be drove a hull team for the late Col. Broadwater, from Fort Benton to Helena Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Pokely will return this week to their home In Mer-ritt. H. 0. Mrs. E. E. Cokely will accompany them. Work has been commenced on the iiarsonage. It Is honed that the won-ther will permit the work to continue. Rev. Mitford and family will occur*/ (he Cokely residence during Mrs. Coke-ly'.s absence. n. S. i'awson maje a business call in Calgary (bis week. i Mr. and :\lrs, .John navidaon and] daughter, spent a few days last week I ^ in Lethbridge. .Mrs. Philip King Is much improved ]ln health, after three weeks in Leth-Jiiridge hospital. 1 YOUR HEALTH wiu. BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A GLASS OF PEY ROYAL t �coica waisxT ASK FOR IT AT THE BAR-KEEP IT IN YOUR HOME 'I m ;