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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mm This week will be our opening week, and we extend a most cordial invitation to everybody to call and see the splendid lines of Spring Outfitting we are showing We have made great preparation for Spring, we're very enthusiastic about our display and we want you to Come and See Whaf s New Your visit will be both profitable and interesting. You'll see the very best Clothing for Men the country produces. You'll see correct Hats in all the various models. You'll see the choicest Haberdashery that could be chosen. You'll see Spring Outfitting that is handsome, stylish, exclusive and different, at prices that are within the reach of all. Come in and look at any time you find it convenient. We will take as much pleasure in showing, as you will in looking Thursday, Friday and Saturday Specials r J'odiicc nil)- Xcw S]))-i)io' ;t rl ukmu >; lur Tim (Imv. Fridiiy iiiid Salnr(l;i\' Itiiycrs. -) MJ'/X's m:v\- .sphi\lli>. in liulil yi'ey and mixed pal.terns, shown in slripe fl'l'eet. eul frcnn the ial.('si American models, i n Ini i Ion sinu'le or donl)le lii'easted sack svylo. lined with fine l\vill niolniir hody liin*ng>. fronts reinforced wil h French ean\a>;> and haii" rhnh. 1'a i h)riiiu' (Mjual iii cusrom work. Faniscii! s('Mi/-(>() siyle, |>c)-fcci fillinu'. Sizes :!,') to 4-I-. I'imccs- $15, $18, $20, $22, $25, $28 Spring Overcoats at $12.50 to $20 PRKSTO CH-WKXl-ri'TK OVKKCOATS --Made from ;i I'ii'inly woven, -^numi h-l'inishc(i material, i h(.�rouy,'lily storm-proof: d.fi-k ;ilk faced. I'ric.>s .....3...............S16S20 Mens Furnishings M.A .M.\ M .\ LF noSK-(food vaim' a I 40c. Sp new I)crli\' lie-.; n(tod \ alne at .'>(>c. >^M�') �.................25c .MMX'S srsi'KXDKHS-do/,.ii lo cjca r: 1'e.tiii la r .')()( and ~7n- (iin-iJiix. Special .......,...........^5C C.VKHA HTT OVKH.V LLS - I'ricc  pci- pa i'r ............. m-:\V SIM{IN(i HATS-In tlir c(d(d.rated ("lirisiy. Mall' and Stol^on makcv. shown in all th(> newest >liades and models. Stiff and -ofl.' Trices ..........:  � $2 S5 STKCIALS l.\ sri{l.\(i SIIIK !^--':) dozen lu'oliuec >liiris. all 1 he ne\\('>i puilerns. Hen--ular -M.l*.'* lo >�)..')() (|nalily. SpiM-inl . . . 75C (�MKTT .\NI) W.(i. ^ 11. COAT SlllHTS- I'l'i'''- .................S1.25'S1.50 Til K (ii:o. A. Sl.ATKl! I WIC'ITS SIlOK-The new Sprin*:- styles arc lere in paliMils. xcioii rs. vici and $1.25 ' I i -Tailoring imxcair lealhci'-. cru-es ranu'c l-in .............S4J0>s. ................$3' UiBtrict court this month or in thfi jsitiiiig of thp Snprfnii- conn next j month might lie cleitod hv the de-I fendants. Hf thoiiKhl that any decls-; ion ihat might hp reache;! in the pres-j Pill oasp would prp)iidi>>' ihese other cases and in ihc InteresrB of rl^hl and lusth'e tii nil concprned, yroceed-i lugs' shnuld lie .-tayeU till the otliet �casPK were removed. .The court, renlvlng. aiatod thai it appeared to him ihar the prosecution In tills i.'asp were tryin,", use the local : police court aE a cloak to shield tliem-.selves and get revenge on the accused : by leaving the stigma of the crime .with which Johciou was accused rest-'ing on him. wljcii in iustice 11 ought � to bo liefiuitelv decided at once. However, if Ihe deiendiints in ihe case were iwilliiif; that. Droce.edin(.',K he held over he was willing to remand the case i Howe\-er. the case was laier with-, drawn. ' Sie\e .Murray a'lpcaied on (he | '! charge of cnieliv lo dumb animals un I I der ibe criminal code. On insiructions ; i uuiiiga^ . :\Iarch l-^J -The Rev jfroni his solicitor. .1. .1. Cameron. hei|, k .Sully preached his farewell scv I j pleaded not guilty and the chief asked ; ,j,, j,, lr. Oliver said that; that in view of the liltelihoaiid'tfT'a d|- \ in lil97 the coBtr Qf bringing 21,71S im-'vlaion of traffic to the �*uth following9j migrants to the counirv was $261,000. the going into operation of the ���ipWf while the cost of bring 300,000 iniml-. city agreement, it It d�Jr*bl� ^t't^l'.t grunts during the nreaent fiscal year (construction of the Georgian Bay c*na1./| would be �980,000. The cost had in-! be proeeed'ed with at once. Afta? 9omf ' creased four-fold while the imniigrn-! debate on the aiibjecl. Sir WHfrldlji^U-4 lion increased fourteen-fold. In addi-jrier raised the point of order ttat atj; lion to the reduction in cost, the inin the araendmenl would mean thf 3 ister Dointed out that the country was j penditure of riublic money, it could 5 securing r. superior class of people.. not,be introduoed by a private niembet lie emphasized the fact Ihat il was i The'soealcer upheld the point o'f"ordar.(; strictly against the nolicy of the zov-ernmeiu to ?)ay for or give financial and the debate ceased. The debata on the affairs of tlie department of th� as.sistance to people desirous of com ; interior was devoid of any acrlmonioup iiig to the country, as in done by .-Vii.v | discussion. > _ , tralia and the t'nltcd Slates. Seven-; A cable was read from Lord Strath-? leoii agencies are maintained but ibejcona denying the aUtement made by : policy was essentlHlIy one of adver : A. S. Goodeve that Lord Strathconi lising in the newspa'pers. had said that the Canadian minitterR in reply lo .^lartin Biutell. who complained that British Columbia was not were hypnotined by the American* Ipl the reciprocity negotiations. LATEST EVENTS AT CARMANGAY be remanded till tomor I row morning at 10 o'clock that : (her evidence may be procured. ! Andrew Piiubar faced Ihc court on I 'u drunk and disorderlv chai'se. He; seemed to have a very vague idea as , ^'"t"'^'" of wheat trom to his meinal condili-ui the previous j�his week, evening, but ..leaded not guiliy audi ' Hnclc, o! (Ucn^Hr-ry. \. I), wa^ remanded till tomorrow morning I ai'ivcd in town this wocli and will ' .Tames Selby. who appeared yester- ''i'^it liis datt,Khrci, .Mrs. .\rinstronB, .lay on a D and D charge and was re-I ^pt\vo(ld. inanded ;ill thi.^ morning, was next on I .\rlie llusled will lie the CockshutI the stand. The chief addr.-ssed the: and V'ro.st Wood reprcspnlative in , court to the effect th-nt Selby was ap-; ( armaiigav Mr. Ilusled will take I :p,n-ently asleep Hi the time the fracas) in-er Ihc hii-incs.', ncx-t week and 'look tduce at the C. P. K. deu-,.l and ! ,.|,,,,,| |,. ,,,,,,, ,, g,,^,^ Ihe (arm iniplpiiieiil business. there ute (juitc a large number of �;iiiiclion sales jxist now, .the farmers the C. P. K. deu-,)l and | i disked that he he dismissed. Selby! itoid ihe court that he had a iob with I . the ('. P. H. and was advised to go liacU ' lo his W'ji-k and leave li.|Uor alcue in fill lire. .\ young lad iiupeared in couri to lay informal ion against certain paniei-f(ir assault and iisin.; iiliiisive language, lergent Lamli went wiiJi him to iden-lil'y the miscreants and a siimmoiia will likely be issued 10'3ay. .\i;d .still Ihe dog la.ve.o pour in and the worthv canines have their lives i insured for aiiotlie:- year. I selling olt their horses so as to buy gasoline and steam plowing ouVlUs. f-iirge jiiiniherfi of people are arriving b\ cteiy train, returning (rom Ih^- Stales and the cast, where tliev hate been spending the wintor. .\ ilaiicf is Hloing to be liivuii by tht I local camp M. W. of A. on Knday, I the 17. and will he held tii th'eoperitt' house here. i I t'linnangay is lo become a peiiaa-' I neiit station for one of the R.N.Wr.-'' .Sas-|M i' , and inspector Tucker-anif Crfi;-i poral I'nindle were in town niakia^.'! arrangement'-: Corporal Pruntffa tijii; goiug to .he stationed here and iill buildinR to he used as an office being erected for him alongside tjj^U luck-up. . ; Tlip scliool board is aslcuig for tdiiJ iitS a splendid stiaft. There caniiheil nothing belter for the coimtrv. MINERS Back up the Attitude Their Leaders at the Calgary Conference i .Special to the Herald i I Keiiii(-. .\liircb C.. -Oonoral .Manager Ashworih is back at his desk after the ; frui! le-s..; w-.rk at Calgary, and is Ijeing ,! waited upon today by President Pow- PLAGUE I Exacts an Awful Toil of Deaths in Northern I Manchuria Woman Heavily Fined for Selling Liquor Without a License Washiugiou, .March H.-One-fifth oi This morning before Magistrate Ball the entire population of the city o) ""'e case of Delia Diiley. charged with jCuchla Tion. northern Manchuria, had selling liquor without a license, came I perished from the ravages of the 1 "P- She was found guilty and fined jl.lague from the time of itg outbreak i*'"o costs. iio the end of January according to ve-' parts from Cniled States Consul Green l.asi night the police raided th# place kept bv Dora Robinson and a� a i'll. Secretary Carter. .Morris Burrel! j'''"'""^ jiind others of the union regarding mat- : ""O' tlii'ee jlers pertaining lo the local situation. ' Xolliing bearing upon tlie general '.it-nation has transpired, exceniing thai the miners are endorsing the st-ind:"'"^'t'*"''*'''- nl Harbin. The exact number was |'"Psnlt site will answer tomorrow to � .').4UJ in F'jchia Tlon alone, while at;iliai"ee of selling liquor without a 11-tiarhiti ilie total had reached S:i\. in-'fense. 1-Juroneans. Late in .lan-j Cliief Gillespie is uiaKins a dead set Englishmen, physicians, j on all the blind pigs in the city and began work in Fuchia Tiou and uUO' la apparently having good succotg. Russian troops were sent there to as-' _:__ sisi in enforcing quaraniine and sani-1 The enidemic is hav taken by their officers ai the Calgary convenlion. The oiii-ptit of the Coali Creek and .Vlichel mines is not \erY! Iii-avy a; preseiil, but Superintendent McLean, of the coke ovens here, le-i polls a steady oiit-piil o.''cgke, aniouiil iiig to 'MiO tons daily at the Foriiie^ oven-. The indications are favorable i fell- a material increase in the demand-lor i-oke if the reciiirocity agreement' is agreed lo by Ihe two countries. The' uiicerlainly caused bv the failure, sc far, of the negotinrions for a new working agreement, disarranges things i ifmiiorarily, but those who are nij-t ' ing it (lisistrouB eB'e.:t on trade. Many NEW BUILDING AT QUEENS ivingston. .March IS.-The Nieol. Chinese firms have doflod their put irely. warner news I l-'rnm (lie ItecoriJi t; VV .'-*wit7er began the erection iii ail addilion in the implement lioiise nf 1. AIcKcn'/.ie A. Cii., on Monti.i\ Ml thi.s weej.- When this is com-'e''aduates doors I Metallurgy building for Queens -la to bal ierecied immediately. The masonry i and carpenter contraci.s have -bMh^ awarded for $4ii,0OU. The total coiti v;ill be Soo.OOO. Two years ago Prot i.Vicol gave |4O,U0iJ for the erection'bf the building. Tenders were twice called for but they were found too higb.' li was then decided to appeal to tb* for subecriptions with the il ilipv will liave a building U(l;'-esult that �10,000 was secured, long, this (Jives them rnotii til plel fee t slipii iukI display Iheir implenicnls. �riiiirsdiiv morning. March 2nd, nc- Make Th|s Test iniiiiedia.-ely roncerned do not .'jeem io!,-ujrci) llie death of Mrs K. CC Locke How To Tell If Your Hair la Diaaaaad ver.. miicli alarmed as lo the fiustl i)t;t I'lime. LAKE STEAMER MERGER DEAL �roroiiio. March i:i - .\ortheiii \a\i liiiiioii coinpMiy shareholders ripie ..ejitiiig more ihan the reiiuired .il pi-reiil. of Ihe lutal ca'.iial. ha.e declnt I'll iltemsehes willing lo ai-cppi ihi offer of .lames D. Playfair I'l iiay per share for their .stock iniei-ests represented, lm\'e been conferring with rtii'heliue and Ontario .Navigation f-presentaiives ai .Moiiireiil and it is said conference will he hi'ld iliere Uii.-, '.vfek between them :iiul u repi'eseiii 1)1 !)ie l-''iriii."-'i ;n,-^bip Com , |'.:ll> lit J-ll'iislillld. .--.lid . I li'-blUil til.- deal. Ulinioi h:- ii iba j . oui .111:11 b.n of b- � liii.: !H..t- il ml i-;\ ei UiiVlsalluu ("'���pah;-- .....iipiiijil.(if:ii ai hiM- iiunie south nf Anslem, .V.D.I Even if you have a luxurlaaj-t head of ij-oiii I'eritoniti.i.- .'^he ban been sick hair, you may w^ant to know wh�tU�,r inr ahoiii a ueek Funeral services 1 il '1 ucrc licid suiidav attevnoou healthy condition or not. of the people need a services I 98 per cent. I.islmn. V I) Mr. Locke was the ^f"''I; , , , ^, , , , ... Pull a ha.ir out of your he*d, if the l-'^''"" "lid .Mrs ^.j,^ , .\ ."h His r.t : U il ' tiH.Mrl.al! lull tu line uwii't 'It ! and shrunken, il proves that tJie hair ""�: is diseased, and requires prompt �t-Ifl^" . teutlon if its lo�8 would be aToldad. It the bulb is pink and full, �ftie hajr is heaUhy. 1 We wani evervone whoae hair re-Hires trcdimeui to try Rexall "98" H�|r Tonl-. '>"e tiromis.i that It ahall . ,-Hi>liing if it doee not give ua': isiacioi-v results, ft is dealgnad to overccme daudruff,. relieve aealp "ir-r'tui.on. :o gtimuiate the hair roots,, lighten the hair already �in the tiMd, srnw hair and cure baldness. 11 is becaneu of what Rexall "93" li.iir Tonic has done that we w�u.t-yj>ji, .0 \t\ i; at onoe at our risk.,, TviV � alien. GOc and fl.OO., Sold only-�t out: siorc--The Hejcall Store. ^. D. Hlgii^;^ ^ boiiiftin jsl Co.. Ltd., .m>�ciai a^fntti KO ;