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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday. May 13.1911, Special Values in for one week Stylish Spring Suits for Young Men. Prices The materials are worsteds and finished tweeds. A striking pattern in a worsted is an olive shade with red and green stripes, that are almost invisible. The tweeds are in fancy 'weaves, diagonal and herringbone effects, in stripes. The coats are three button single and .double breasted styles with well-formed shoulders and neatly shaped fronts and are lined with good quality linings. O f "5 T1 1 rit-Kerorm Hand 1 adored in plain and fancy worsteds and tweeds in the new shades of browns, etc., all the newest styles, perfect fitting. [en s Patent Coltskin Tan Bin. Men's Tine Box Calf Bin. Men's Fine Yelour CallBlu. Men's Pine Patent Colt Bin. BaL Men's Balbriggan Underwear, beau- tifully finished in sateen facings. and waist bands. Price ..-----50c Men's Light Weight Wool. Sped. 75c Men's Light Weight Wool, with silk gussers. Price Men's Light Weight Wool, in WOL- SEY make. Prices Stanfield's Light Wool "Eibhed. Prices Combination Underwear. -Prices ranse.............. Men's Silk Underwear. Price B. V. D. Underwear in and two-piece to Dr. Beimel Linen Mesh Underwear Men's 1-2 Hose Cashmere in black and tan. Special......... I5c Llama Wool Hose. 3 for Men's Negligee .Shirts, coat style 75c Cluett and W.G. E, Coat Shirts. Prices to V Margetson Fine Flannel Out- ing Shirts, soft double cuffs. Prices range to Men's Ontin.fi: Shirts, collars attached, double soft cuffs. Prices .Silk Outing Shirts. Prices to .Lounge Collars, all colors. Price 25c -Kail road Shirts in dark blue polka- dot and plain tan: two separate col- lars to match. Prices Gloves. Carhartt. Sargent, Acme makes. Prices Carhartt; Overalls. Price HATS! invsoft" and stiff hats. J! to Stetson -and' "MaHory Hats.- Prices rangej, to Glen's shape. Prices. to Men's gimjv Brim THE HOME OF THE GEO. A. SLATER 'TNVICTUS" SHOES FOR PRICES c KEL THE LEADING MEN'S CLOTHIERS Montreal Is Not Likely To Stand For Proposal i ber of the members of the old alder- had been reported in more than twenty i manic regime, and certain contractors counties, who complain that the controllers are I Moreover, the attention of the Board not giving them a fair show. I has been called to the fact that ..as j This petition Is actually in prepara- j lumbermen returned from the -bush, Ition. Unless the'plans of the promot-j inspectors found many cases of small- [ers miscarry, however, the pox. will be launched-onr the'public in the j Dr> E secretary of the Pro future with a beating-of drams Board Qf Healthf eieclares that _ lit is time .to stamp out the contagion land the sound of trumpets. Board of Control System of Municipal developments. _" j Training Future Citizens Now in Force There Over a Year, Is M ot Satis- i before it has become-too general. "We iare surrounded by said he. Is the Canadian child Vn JT T TJ-- Members of the commission of Ei factory. Claim the educational experts who are vis Men and Good Citizens .'Generally Approve of It jS Teachers Unexcelled Say British j for All Is tlie Hour Day the Limit Thinks Doctor. i''0ntario is infested, and the aeighbor- placed the limit at eighteen hours of! per cwt.........12.00 continual muscle or brain- work, rea-i Poultry: sonable time being allowed for meals.j (_-eesp o 15 MAR-KETS Winnipeg Wheat Prices May 1100 Prairie hay, baled___1.15.50 18.00 j Timothy, baled "'..___.': .21.00 23.00 i 0.16 Oais, per -ton .................2S.OG .25 j Oats, per bushel .___.___......33 ..20 (bran, per cwt.................. 1.3C per ton.................25.00 JJUCK3..............-----........20 j Shorts, per cwt................ 1.-50" ueese .per 0.1S I Shorts, iper ton..........-----27.00 re opening and closing prices in Winni-i Uairjr peg and American exchanges today: Winnipeg wheat May opened 7-8, closed 9S; July opened OS. .7-8, clos- Vegetables: ling States are also-on the verge of anjed October opened 94 per !j epidemic. gg 5.5. opened 36 have discovered lately that j closed 3C 1-2; July opened isutter and eggs: i Crushed Oats, per ton ........2D.OO ...-.0.25 0.30 ;Chop barley, per ton.........'..28.00 ____0.30 0.35 Chopped wheat, per ton ......-if.....05 -hops, nor cwt..............- Kciied oats, per SOlb. sack 2.75 to ?C i t'eed wtmat, per ...51.50 to 12.25 j 28.00 to 45.00jftreen ner Ib. .06 reamery butter fresh ib o-4, Potatoes, per ton Bests, per ib. Oanada in the interests of educa-j From Our Own Correspondent.) i which is generally interpreted as rude- ness. On the other hand, they are I bright, and show an absolute abseucl as claimed, has been a great success, j of self-consciousness which is really de the A Long Day's Work Eighteen hours of work out of twen- Montreal. May Board of shortcomings, 'of j Hatful. individuality be the limit for any trol, or Galveston .plan of commission! government lor cities, as it is called [course, bat all around it may be safelyja_nd an alertness which will_ in an7 class of said that never before has the citv's W1'lght- of irsuscular of the future. It also speaks well for money and energj- been put to better th vstem of instruction ia t1ie tt 5, 82 1-4; No. 6, 75 1-4; Feed '-rurnips. per Oats No. 2 C. W., 3fi 1-4. j per dozen Minneapolis opened 9S 1-4, 98 3-4; July opened 100, closed 99 1-2; Sept. opened 92 1-2, clos- ed 92 3-8. Chicago opened 97. of work, not only 07- opened 80 3-4, closed r ft.xertion an'd in; the'United States, where it origin- and energr been put to better the system ot instruction given atedr is a-failure In so far as Montreal i use during the last twelve schools, and is a testimonial of to appreciate his surround is concerned, according to a band of j months. When the Board of Control j careful work of the teacher, whose sal'jngs to Direct-his" operations.' ex-aldermen, would-be elected, the number of is not commensurate with the ef- ward heelers, and others, who have i was cut down from two to one for. forts that both he and she must have formed themselves into an ward. This left a few gentlemen j made in order to obtain such results, tj'pn whose aim Is to re-capture the at home.who had had. a taste of poHu-J The Commission, which "is composed City .Hall for the old form of aldermac- cal iife, and hankered for more. Up I of leading British educationalists, is Such is the substance of the opinion given by Dr. Francois de Martigny, chief surgeon of the Hotel Dieu, who ic" patronage and plunder carried the present they kept quiet. making a tour of the Dominion, with a I in the case of Dame L. Laverdure ag- [ainst the Canadian Northern, claiming so successfully until last, year under the old system of civic government by but it now it appears, they are getting to reporting on the school sys- together, and intend, to iuake a here. For AH General compulsory vaccination h-aa Anyone who takes the trouble an informant, "but it is a fact. The! been ordered by the Provincial Board to compare, in even a casual rnanaer, i proposition is to issue a petition which Health for the Province of Quebec. alderrnanie committees. effort to obtain control of. the j -The Commissioners have held the j municipal purse strings once more, j reins of office for slightly over a year "Disbelieve it. if you remark-1 i for the death of her husband. Brouillette was killed in a fall at about ten in the morning, after hav- ing been at work since seven o'clock jof the previous .morning, having sus- pended work only for meal hours, and having worked through day and night) the people will be asked to sign will mean not only vaccination Ing tor' a refrentfum on the those who have never been va-c- 89 3-4: Sept opened S9; closed 8S 5-8. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS During the past week fee markets remained the same, with the exception j of fresh eggs, which advance. Spring No. 1 Northern S0.74 No. 2 Northren.................71 No. 3 Northren..................68 Winter No. 1 Alberta Red................71. No. 2 Alberta Red.............. .68 Cabbage, per pound............ Tomatoes, per'case___.... .3.75 to 5.00 Onions, per Ib.................04% Celery, per Ib................... 10 Parsnips, per Ib............... Hay- Cultivated hay in bulk, 21.00 23.00 Horse htcles dry 75c to EARL OF ABERDEEN TO CARRY CANADA'S BANNER London. Hay Sari of Ab< erdeen, former Governor-General car- ries the Standard of the Dominion of Canada at the Coronation. No. 'A Alberta Red Bariey i... Flax.......... Rye............. 65 j .37 1.75, The contention of the plaintiff was Cattle on the hoof that the company had no right to al- The argument Is that the Board of Con Icinated, but re-vaccination for those men'to work during such Steers, per Ib (Cows, per Ib. results-which 'nave been achieved that'short year in the way of civic the results which were promised, but were never'trol is not giving satisfactory results i who have not been vaccinated for iDressed, per Ib........... 11 to 12 forthcoming during the years o.f_al-iand they contend that a referendum'last seven years. j Dr. de Martigny was called by per .derhi-anic sway, will agree that the would put the board "out of existence.! This stringent step has been a'dopt-i plaintiff's counsel to state what wasjShee'p: "Behind this movement are a nuin-'ed ir, view of the discovsrj that casesjthe limit of a, man's" endurance, and i cwt.............4.50 5.00 v STRENGTHENS CHILDREN The valuable 'nourishment of beef, con- centrated in BOYRIL, produces ''good red blood and builds up brain, bone and muscle. ;