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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbriilijp Daily Herald, Friday, May DON'T BUY NAMELESS CLOTHING You may see a suit low priced that looks good in a clothier's window and be tempted to buy it without looking at the trade mark it bears. Don't do that if you want suit satisfaction. Buy only suits that have A GOOD NAME. How wffl Your New Suit Look in a Month? How will it look in six months? That is the thing to think of when you buy clothes. FTT-REFORM AND PROCESS BRAND Suits are sold with our personal guarantee of satisfaction. We offer you these high grade suits at the same prices that you wffl pay for inferior makes. Natty Spring Suits in Fit-Reform Shown in plain and fancy imported worsteds, Hand Tailored throughout finished to .your measure, prices, Progress Brand Suits In tweeds, plain and fancy worsteds, well tailored, perfect fitting, prices, and I OWN A RAINCOAT A protection on a wet day, a spring over- coat on a chilly day. We are showing the new .Military Collar Baincoat. Prices and Men's Slimmer Underwear, our Special 45c Men's Black Cashmere Hose, 5 for Men's Black Cotton Hose, our special 12 l-2c Men's 4-ply Linen Collar, reg. 20c, our special 2 for 25c. Sole Agents for the Geo. A, Slater Invictus Shoes CHRISTIE'S HATS UP McKelvie McGuire PASSED UNDER THE ORANGE ARCH An Incident Of the Visit Of the Late Sovereign To Toronto Toronto, May a bright Sep- tember morning, ilfty years ago, King Edward VII, tUen 'the youthful Prince or Wales, arrived iu Toronto from Ottawa. The hotels were tilled to overflowing in anticipation of the Hoy-al visitor and the streets were thronged with enthusiastic and loyal spectators. The day before arches and decorations were put up In all quarters of Ihe city. At that time there was a bitter re Hgious feeling between the Orange- men and Roman Catholics. The Or- angemen in honor of 'the arjival of a Prince of the Royal Family iiad erect- ed a. monster arch bearing 11 picture of King 'William crossing the Boyne 'and draped it with orange and 'blue. The Duke of Newcastle, who was a member of the Prince's party, heard about this arch and notified the offic iuls that the Priuct. >.ould not drive under it without offending all the Roman Catholics in Toronto. From a diplomatic standpoint this would have been disastrous. He expostulated wit to jthe irate Orangemen and finally per- suaded them to remove the emblems calculated to offend the Roman Cath- olics. The Orangemen, however, em- ployed doubtful and, after Prince had driven under the arch jtwice there was a sound of falling 1 boards, and amid cheers the Orange emblems and mottoes appeared from under the dummy decorations which had hidden them from view. Six Cheering Middies The Prince was given a great re- ception, he was still boy enough to enjoy a good time to the fullest extent. It happened that six midshipmen o? H.M.S. Hero, which had brought the Prince over, were in Toronto at the time. One of them was Thos. Bun- bury Gough, now a lieutenant in rthe Royal navy. In full uniform they stood among the spectators, and as the Frlnce went hy they raised such a mighty seamen's cheer that they attracted the attention of Major Tees- dale, one of the Prince's party. His Royal Highness also noticed 'them and gave Instructions that the six faithlul middies should be invited to the state given in his "honor. The resplend- ent uniform of che-se .midshipmen caused considerable speculation among the Toronto people, few of wihom had ever seen the war-paint of the British navy. After leaving Toronto, xhe Prince's party visited Niagara Falls. They had an amusing experience with an Amer- jican official when they crossed the border. As soon as the party left Canadian soil, their railway passes were of no use. A member proceeded to buy tickets and tendered English gold coins in payment. The ticket agent look them, examined them care- fully, looked over the party, and re- marked: "I reckon the British Queen's head on metal is no good on this side." As it was some -time before the train started, one of the party went back to the Canadian side and pro- cured a roll of American bills. "Progress Brand" Styles are Patented "PROGRESS BRAND" styles are not only exclusive and distinctive they have definite value. Government experts have passed on the utility of the various "Progress Brand" creations and have granted patents to the inventions of the famous "Progress Brand" designer. When you go for your new spring Suits and Overcoat, insist on seeing the "Progress Brand" this label in the coat. Co. United, Montreal Witk HcKeMe A Lethbridge. Famous Indian Peace Disturber Men's Outfitters Redpath Street Aden, May fierce campaign, of Mohammed Abdullah of Somali- land, "the Mad against the Sultanates under British protection, continues unchecked. Eight hundred of the tribesmen friendly to the Sul- Mohammed Abdullah started his campaign early in February, a large force of dervishes raiding the Sultan- ate of the Mijertins, killing and burn- ing ia all directions. The adminis- lanates have been slaughtered, vast I tration of this Sultanate is entrust- areas laid waste and towns razed, ed to the government of Italian So- Natives in great numbers are fleeing imaliland after making a pilgrimage to the coast. It is expected here to Mecca in 1896. After much To Reach Athabasca Crossing This Year that this will lead to another expedi- ing an agreement was in 1905 tion against "The Mad who whereby the Mullah undertook to oo- has caused the British government serve peace toward both Great Bri- great anxiety for many years. tain and Italy. Socialists Kick Up a Fuss In Germany WILL SURPASS COMET OF 1882 I San Jose, Cal., May i Campbell, of the Lick observatory, to- issued the following statement: "Halley's comet is the most con- jspicious comet since that of Septem-i ?iber and October, 1S8U, and the ciun-j Ices are r.hat in n. few d.iys it will sur- ipass in apparent size ihe great comet V IRK-'. I "AsrronomerCurtis photographed S3 decrees ol the tail this morning and i nearly this extent was visible to the'] eve. The diameter of 'the kail, a point miles out from Uhe head, was this morning i miles. As the earth and comet will i pass each of her on the evening or'; I I of defraying expenses. Various is two thousand dollars. A ounts have been allowed for different'thousand dollars each is allowed for places based upon the importance of i Quebec, St. John, Halifax and Winni- tlie city and the number or public'peg. The work is to be done immed- buildings they contain. The lowest jlately under the supervision of the amount allowed is fifty dollars, and j public works' engineers of each dis- tlie most, in the case of Montreal and trict. Edmonton, May Grand Trunk Pacific is bending every effort to reach the Pacific coast. The con- tract for the grading west of the Me- JLcod Hiver, held by the firm of Foley, i Welch and Stewart, must be finished within tlifi time limit. This order has jgone forth from the headquarters of (the company, and the contractors are inot letting the grass grow under their j feef. 1J. means money to thorn. By i their contrac! r.hey are liable to r. sub- jstaiuial forfeit if they fail to complete llhe work within the specified time. The Grand Trunk Pacific intends that t-.ie trade shall he to the cross- i ing of the Athabasca river, which is ilS miles west of the McLeod, before the snow flics next winter, and the contractors have been notified to this Light-Weight Suits j May IS with a relative velocity of be- jrwecn 40 and 30 miles per second, m tcomg omplovert rarth will be approximately 10 tho entjrc of 4ln passing throngh the tall VariouR har ino present dimensions remain lp, am, thp of nmv unchanged. i "The. observer should have no difli- rnlfy in obtaining an excellent view: i or come: short distance above: the ortst point of tho horizon just be- fore break of the dawn." out miles. us! CANADA TO SPEND ON CRAPE FAVOR CANADIAN LABOR MEMBER. Every Public Building in the Domin- ion to be Draped in Mourning Sufiragc deitrtwutration before the i made. One of thr remarkable fea-' would follow. The socialists and ra- Diet in Berlin, wht-e Over so- and radicals part in an impressive jn favor of suffrage Mav 7.-Thc Labor pari.v's Oa.awa, May minister of Public Works has given orders for hires of the demonstration was the dicals regard the orderly demonstra- considering the building fn Canada to be fact that not the slightest disorder lion as a point in their favor and ex-j prevailed, although for days brforc press a resolve to struggle until vie- tion Canadian ffrage reform the monster gather predictions were lory is present system o. made that riot and bloodshed; Trade Union immediately draped in mourning out or or King maintain one Imperial A treasnry warrant of Parliament selected bv the has boen T9Sllod for the Purpose The ever-popular Fit-Reform kind that won't fade. Imported English in the newest effects in Blue, Gray and Green. Fine Tweeds and rich, dressy and those touches of elegance that only the Fit-Reform tailors can weave into a garment. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for ;