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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 4-: . f Frlfla^'^^^ch 31,1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pages/ TMi luioraMuinr COMPANY The Season^s Latest Novelties in Men's and Boys' Suits MEN! ATTENTION! Your closest attention for a minute please! Do you know that Hudson's Bay Clothes for this season contain more style, more hand-tailoring, more exclusive features than hat^e ever been put into clothes for men. The fabrics are ajl-wool, and we guarantee each garrhent. If you know Hudsori'd Bay Clothes yot|!-ll c0rne here anyway, but if you don't we ask you to drop in and see the splendid exposition of Spring Styles aha exclusive patterns. MEN'S SUITS-In aiiigle and double breasted style*, 2 and 3 button sucques, In a nice variety of tweeds and fancy worsteds, lii the new colors, browns, steel sveya and fancy mlxtureB. All sizes from 34 to 42. yg' CSn PrlooB fron* -----..........90al9~9wU .1 '��^vri^' UOMG PANTS SUITS-tn the nejif. MEN'S SHIRTS-We have Just received oiir fH-st'SpWttg shli)n�,eutiof Men's Shirts. Negligee aiid Fancy siilrts. 0'* *A g^fk Prices from ..................91 "9fc�OU $3.50$7 BOYS' SUITS-In 2 and 3 piece garments, In tlie plain and bloomer style pants. Just the very things for school wear, and at very low prices Sizes 23' to 32. From ............. - BpSYS'. COTTON VVASH SU.ITS-^We;'are showing the largest and most varied atesortment^of patterns in these Roods ever shown in Lethbrldge. All materials are of the best washing qualities and  the styles are the newest from New York. Prices $1.25 $3.50 Washable Drm Qof^^ Earl}'hidicatiojis of this.season's po]>ulin-ily of Wliil(> and Coloi-ed (joods led ns to s. Window Shades, Curtains, Crockery.etc., etc. ^^'e carry the lari^-est^stock that can be ' seen in Western Canada. Oux goods are reljahle and g-iiaranteed. Our prices compare favorably with rlu>.se of onr. coiiipetifors, and, �\ve employ a-thoronghly experieiieed man who will ineasiircj' yonr rooms, fit carpets, linolenms, oilclotlis, window sliades. etc. [>erfect:ly. Sole Agents for: ' Greenwich Inlaid Linolenm, made h}' Frederick Wall ins improved patent., without a donht the finest inlaid linoleinii on ilic market. Nairn's fanions Scotch liliKilen ms, inlaid and pj'iiited. in floral and conventional designs: Oilrloth. p�r yard.......................... .37 l-2r Liiioleiini, per yartl.........................>v-eral land deals lierr. one (jf his ;ic-tions, boiry;; 'to*j^^!^_'Janil and make a number of the, pajiu/'uts, then hell out In this way. Lieut.-Governor Mulyca wa.s victifijtzcd. DREADNOUGHT WASUUXCHED London, March .31.-Mrs. Lewis Ifarcourt, wife ot tlic colonial secretary christened ilie -supcr-drcadiioufrht Monarch, which w.is succcssriiUy launched today at IClswicli, � Thousands cheered as llic fifth of tins type oi British l)attlrHhi|)K struck the waters. ENGAGE VAN TO CARRY CHILDREN School Board Makes Contract for the Hardie-ville Pupils .\t a nwcling of the school board ycKterday afternoon Peck Bros, were awiirdfd the contract [or conveying the school children of I-Iardieville to Iho Westminster .school. Tliey undcr-ial:irl who had repeatedly rejected him. All mail riTfivcrl at London posi office for tlie .Mesilanips Gall, who cnn- , ducted a ni.Ti rii'ionlal bureau, will be returned to ihe senders. W. It. Ilf.ni-st. the V. S. puhlisher, is ; after piilii liutiis in Quebec, planning I a mill ol' 4"i'ton ravnacity. He wants I'.nOO S((iiari.' miles. It is said. To iinpio\(. Iiiiisc construction for 'the wnrklni; chissi.'S, prominent Otta-wans will iisk I'or comijoliiive pri/e plans of hniisns to cost from .fl.'MHi to $L',riiiO, find will print and circulHtf , the most at'coptable. i I'^dwar.l Wcl.L-htnian won Iho byc-el-eciinn for (�lii!ni''wu village council. I Hev. .1. \V .lones, of Tamworili, litis ; be:Mi anpoitiicd rural dean of Lenno\ and AdiliiH'ldii. j :i'hi' cliMth of Miss Bessie Clark, of 'Haniiiicn. d;ii' to natural causes. ; so nil 11 iin .- . shows. : Hev. !�: !l Prat field, pastor of First ('oni;ri'.s;a! innci 1 church, London, has resigncii anil will slo west. j The Monarch is the largest battle- : ,1.,^. ,|,^, contract will he made ; tor three months. The children will lie required to meet at a central point at. 8.80 each morning and the board will try to arrange with Mr. Treatful in have them meet at his store wh.iclj is in the centre of the vi^hige. The .Standard Furniture Co. was awarded the contract tor supplying u iiiildu hiiiuls for the Fleetwood .school for .fll'J. arnia-was dis-tur- iship ever built iu the type and in-� auguratfid-a departure in sljip coti-jutruclion to he launched with licr iboilers, fiiniicls, briilges and other 'e((i'lpiiicnt already installed I .She is of the same type lind 'n^'til as the Thunderer, which launched on Fchriiiiry 1. Her placemen I is 22',:'jOl) tons and bines of a total of 37.000 horscpuwcr are expected to make a possible speed 01 21 knots au hour. The vessel is riS4 feet in length and is aruicd with ten l.'i .5 inch guns and twenty four-inch guns. FARMERS CRITICISE MANITOBA LEGISLATURE Langville, i\lan., .March ;;0.-At a meeting of the Dunrea t^rain Grow, ers' .Assorialion, the following resolution was passed iiiiMP.imously: "Wliereas, the .Miiiiitoha Lesislatiire has by resolution dpilared arainst the reciprocity arrauHi'inent with (he I'n-ited Stales, It Is herehv resi.Ivpd that we express our eoinictions that in so ilolnp: (he legislatiirc entirely misrepresented the feelln.iis of the vast ma- BENVENUTO SOLD TO C. N. R. WAITING TO COME TO CANADA Antwerp, March .'tO.-^Flfteen hundred emlgrantB for Canada are h