Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, May 3, DAILY HERALD RUSH TO MACLEOD BROS. And Share in the Wonderful Bargains in Clothii and Men's Furnishings at "BARGAIN PRICES" SALE OF CLOTHING Not a single suit in the lot worth less than Over 200 suits to choose from; this aeon's latest models; the Best Tailored Suits ever sold in this city at any price. Every size and every colour guaranteed to keep their shape. On sale: Over Two Hundred Suits to Hand Today at Prices from to heavy polka dot, VYUrJt OUtl U> stripe and plain navy Cones Boss; Union Made; all 14 to 19, regular 1.00. On Sale 65c 50 dozen heavy English Oxford, made in England; extra large make. Reg- ular On Sale '.........65c Fast Indjgo Navy with two collars and stiff cuffs; railroad shirt; reg. On Hne Dress Shirts, in madras, percale dimity fine lawn; Crescent make all sizes. Regular On Sale Negligee Shirts, in white, cream and blue, reversable collars; hair lined stripe Regular On Sale Regal Shirts, lounge collars, French cuff, mercerized silk, in cream and white. Regular On Regal Shirts, in silk, soiesette, lounge collar, French cuff. Reg. We carry the largest assortment in the west. All lines of Stanfield's, Wolsey, Ellis, B. V. G., Poris Knit, Fine Spun Silk. f Balbriggan, all sizes. On Sale 25c. Double thread, regular Combinations; regular j> 1.00. Sale 75c. Double Sale 1-2. MEN'S WORK SHOES In black, tan, box calf, MacKay stitched blucher, also heavy whole stock, hand sewed. Regular price On Sale FINE DRESS SHOES Regular price to Sale All Oxford Shoes in stock, patent colt, gun metal, calf. Regular price to All sizes. On Sale The Great Clothier, and Gent's Furnishers of the Great West. Every Article a Man or Boy Wear, at a Saving of One-Third MACLEOD BROS. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA L______ _ RECORD OF WRECKS FOR THREE MONTHS Forty British Sleamihlpj Wrecked and Eight Silljng Vend, Some Interesting arc given In the. Uoyd's register of British anil forejjn shipping, containing returns vessels toially lost, condemned, etc., the quarter ending Decembei 31. According to Lloyd's register book for 1H11-12, the'number ot steam renels owned by the United Kingdom is with, a net: tonnage ot Hrlllih colonies own MU iteani vessels, having a net tonnage The number or British owned sailing vessels is a tonnage. ot and the .colonies own (1114. with a tonnage of This Kives a total ot Brltisl and colonial vessels, with a tonnage of The total nnmber.iof 1C glstered steam anil sailing icssels n1 all nationalities other thanBritish and.colonial at the same timeiwair, 574, with a total tonnage of These latter figures, however, do not include vessels trading on the great lakes of North America. The return: do not includes either vessels'under 100 tons net: During the three months comprised in the returns the United Kingdom ost -io steam vessels (19 being .wreck- ed. 2 abandoned at sea, 7 in collision, foundering, 1 burnt at sea, 2 ing) of a net tonnage ot a.'id the colonies 4, with a net tonnage qt British sailing vessels lost nuni- .8 (3-wreclied. S in foundered nnd 1 missing) of a. net tonnage of This gave a total of 58 British and colonial vessels o-f a., classes.lost, with a tonnage of The vessels, ot all other nationalities lost during tile same (line numbered 113, with a lonnage of Of thane! Norway lost ;17> vessels, and the United Slates .11, ot which were sailing vessels, The percentage of losses to vessels and tonnage carried Is greatest in. the case of Norway, Sweden being second. During the quarter two British steamers and two colonial sailing ships wero abandoned1 at. pea, two Irltlsh steamers worn burnt lone In I mid-Atlantis jietroleimi, aim .one' sunk by two British steam era ami ona vailing vessel were re ported.as having left port and never lieard ot again. Among (he "lost1 vessels which, fcr o-f suffielcn information, etc., cannot be otherwise appears the narji of a Turkish sleatiKT, the Dernla, of fill net tonnage, with no record as to voyage or cargo, but with 'significant record "sunk by Italian warship at Tripoli, about 2nd October." NORTH YORK PIONEER DEAD Toronto, May Terry, one of. the most widely known ra'f- dents of .Mount Albert, In North York, passed away. He was born at Sharon, almost years ago. SENATOR COX HEADS LIST OF DIRECTORS Interesting details concerning Can- adian financial men arc .conUlnM in the dlreclory of directors InlCanada, Issued by; Houston's Standard Pubilca- ,110ns. The Hon. George A. Cox, pre- sident of the Ajsliranco Co., Is shown, to; be director, of the largest number of corporations, Ills name appearing on the'.record of no leas than 28 companies. A list of the activities in thta respect ,of: some of our hest known nnflnclers follows. It might bf> noted that the first four are residents of Toronto: lion, fieorge A. Cox 28 Sir Henry I'ellatt........ m E. K. Wood 21 Frederic Nlcholls Sir Wm. Van Home C. R. llosmer Charles Holt Sir Hugh Montagu Alla'n H. W. D. Jlntthews Hon. Hobt. Mackay Sir Wm. Mackenzie-.. T. J. D-nimmond Sir Hodolphe Forget Sir Edmund Osier Sir Donald Mann comes away down in the Hit, wlth-hls imme.on but two directorates. Strathcona la more prominent, with eight. 20 20 20 19 18 IS J7 in Ifi 15' U CALLED TO GUELPH Itev. W. T. .Sjionce'. oC Embro ban been called to Guelph Congregational church. BUSINESSJOOM AT TEG Winnipeg, Ulan., May figirrp1? of customs'collections at tbe poil ot Winnipeg for Uir4month of Irll a story'of cxirnprdiiiary (Icvelopint'nt ihroughout the nest, the receipts for April just reaching the million mark. The actual fkuies were J10. This js nr.iily more than IhR average monthly receipt during (he last fiscal ;year ami a remarkable inciease in lite business of this port for the twelve mouths. WILL ELECTRIC has voted to take, power from the commlwion.