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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta X. T1 THE LETHBEII3GE DAILY HERALD OF BOYS' TO BE Some time ago we announced our intention of going out of the Boys' Cloth- ing, but having had our basement fitted up for this department in order to make Strl I S room for a big special manufacturer's stock, we are offering about 1100 Boys' Suits at 25 to 33 1-3 per cent less than some merchants pay for their goods. FOR BOYS' SUITS BOYS 2 piece Norfolk and Buster Browns. In all colors, well made, and usually sold Norfolks, fancy suits, and Russian blouses, in navy, brown and gray, regular Norfolks, single and double breas- ted, in a large va- riety of colors, regular 66.75 -2 piece, single and double breas- ted, browns, navy grays and olive usual Wearbetter suits. The best boys' clothing in Canada, finished as well as our mens', reg. BOYS' SHIRTS Negligee shirts, in all new patterns, sizes I 2in. to 14in regular 45c strong dark adl sizes to clear 65c MacLeod's double breasted, 2 piece, navy, sergCj and assert- ed colors, regular 6.50 SUIT: Over 300 to choose from. Made by Oppenheim fioggen Go., New York. These lines are samples, and are selling about 40 per cent, to 50 per cent, less than in the ordinary way 4 Ttf i. 1.75 to 25c Suspenders I0c The Great Clothiers of the Great West I BOYS' SHOES Strong sKoes for scKool wear, in calf and dongola all sizes in stock, reg BOYS' UNDERWEAR Summer balbriggan vests and pants, all sizes to clear 25c 35c Hose 20c THE FAVORITE MAKKBTS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, May and closing prices in Winnipeg and Amer- LETBBRIDGE EXHIBITION It is now only 14 weeks to Exhibi- tion time and Mr. McNicol is ma king many of the preliminary pre- parations. The contract for doing the ican markets today are: May iopened J95, closed 95; July opened 96, closed j poster" Toronto, May or no bett-jos 7-S: October opened ing is beina done on the King's Plate, !SS 3-S. Oats: May opened 36 '3-S, On, tho featured the opening day of the (closed 36 3-8; .Inly opened .37 1H, clos- f .f oi Southern Alberta, Ontarlo-Joclcev Club race. ed '37 1-4, Flax: 'July closed 2.35. British Columbia and Cash Northern 94 7-S, 2 ge Bill Posting Co. and this year METHODISTS HOLD DISTRICT MEETING bridge general sessions of district of the PUBLIC WORKS FOR MONTREAL Montreal, May a -esult of a decision of the city council all le- j ports on public works for cnis sairon j are again in ttie hands of the .Pr.ard of Control, and they will now -all for itenders.and submit them to vne coun- the Leth--cil for approval. In round figures'.the Methodist amount concurred in was It is one of the most open races in 'half a dozen candidates having Northern 92 1-4, 3 Nortnern 90 1-4; 4 Northern -So 1-2, Feed 62. Oats No. 2 each their admirers.- The two best however, are St. Bass, belonging; to Harry .Giddings, of Oakville, and- Hendde's Powder Man.'Both are cred-j wheat opened itert with phenomenal trials, with closed 87 3-S; July opened 9S 3-4, Bass having a shade the better of it.! closed He will go to the post a favorite. way and Jane Shore, the hope of the, Seagram stables, .were C. W. 36 1-4. Flax No. 1 N. W. 2.36. American Markets 98 1-8; September queued S2, Church are bein- held'today in is made up of for side- Church chairman, Rev. :walks- for improve-' Perrv, presiding. In addition :ments for The contract for the platform fbe present as reported mams, and for sewers, ms has been let to Al Morris of the i Halts. To-'closed 91 7-S. wheat opened 95 7-Sbabiy be here with a big exc-it-sion Albion Ridge, J. N< LOOKS DARK FOR RECIPRflW Finance Committee of die U.. S. Senate- is Against It Washington, May fond hope of President Taft and reciprocity advo- cates in both parties that the Canad- liau bill will be favorably reported to under the flag of the Onward senate by the finance committee reached this port from South-1 has been shattered. Furthermore, j.there is reason to believe that their secondary desire that if it cannot be NEW STEAMER REACHES MONTREAL to 'God forsaken Saskatchewan'' end raise twice as much, as -we ard. are'crying to others to come along." Montreal, May Albania, the the port of Montreal, bridge, J. Davidson Star, A. Harris Sweet There was little or no cere- jmony attached to her arrival in spite Nettlc- i of the fact that she heralds one more G-, .Shouldicc. The time of the meeting has competitor in the field for the pas- j favorably reported it may at -least not senger business-of the port. Shejcome out of the committee with an i brought over quite a large list of third j unfavorable vote will not be realized FOR BIG which is attracting much at-j Chicago, May. l5.-An explosion par-jtention from the local bands, some "P dlIC WIlb been I class passengers nearly half of whom I were landed at quarantine owing to y wrecked tise three storey have already entered, at 771 Bunker street, early! Much interest is being iaken. tnis morning and, drove Pnu individual farmers city, in time for the city council terror stricken In5 aixl.. so save his disqualification Labor difficulties'farmer is going to result-in believed, are at the bottom of theia magnificent grain exhibit this fall. j TRAGEDY AT LONDON. ONT. LETTER OFFICE London, Ont, May FOR REGINA Self, jQl iexplosion. On Saturday evening the .rate pay- ers of Ward 5 .adopted a resolution ex- pressing, dissatisfaction at the long .TSTwSJ; forty-nve. shot a former has been selling Brandon estate jwounded himself and wife at herj Recina, May has been who havc movpd away-without at Toronto and other eastern points home at 242 King street at here from Regina that T'I.J ing addresses, a big cut oft, the mem-( Is ccroing back hot-foot to save his: o'clock this morning because she re- new dead letter office for Saskatche- bcrship shows n. decrease of 53. al-1 I fused to come back and live i will -lw opened at Regina June 1. j though joined the church during j -_____ _ necessai-y offices have been 1 the year. The pastor. Rev. ,T. P.! -mr .T, !t is 1hat the clerks Perrv -18 marriages and WMOFOHS lo thc -u11 arrive from the statistics of UK- district, which have not as yet been recapitulated. The district meeting discuss and vote. church' union before reports of the r.f- i a suspected case of small pox. j NEW ENGINEER CHOSEN Ottawa. May order in coun- cil was passed yesterday appointing C. C. -Schneider of New York, a former president of the American Societv oi either, unless there is marked and un- likely change in the sentiments of the committee. The bill, therefore, be- Igins its career in the open senate with i the usual handicap of an adverse re- port. Senator McCumber, of North Dakota, today said emphatically that fairs of Wesley Church for the year jCivii Engineers and now probably the just closed shows that the church !foremost bridge engineer on this con- MADE SPLENDID PROFIT .London, annual meet- ing of the Land Corporation, of Can- ada today, the year's trading ishowed a profit of- on a capital of Blood Poison in Haiid Zam-Buk Works a Wonderfuf Cure Mr. Jas. Davey, of 78'6 Ellice Winnipeg, and a fireman, at "the Hud- son Bay Company's few months since I was' cured of a poisoned finger through timely of Zam-Buk. I cut a, deep gash across .the knuckle on the first finger of my right hand in opening a lobster caox, I suffered at the time witfh the" sort- ness and .pain, but had no idea It wauld .become a serious wound- .How- ever, in about two days I was greatly alarmed as my whole nand aad ana to the elbow became suddenly inflam- ed, and the finger was much discolored showing signs of blood-poisoning. pain was dreadful and I was forced to leave off my work and go "The 'wound on raised in all thc su. of oijtinent. to be a member of the com- which was for missions. of the engineers in charge of in? to there beins 70 members renrov-jthe construction of the Quebec Qsborne of i j.jr. who accepted a place only until the contract the states power to enjcy to the ;uij life's work and only with good digestion. least shortly. attended 17 burials. i treatment, and having first Reciprocity advocates are wondering cut, i applied the (healing .'balm. It what Canadians are thinking of the the pain almost" instantly, ay there was a great The the inflammation st cannot compete at all week's time, through with 'this wonderful n complete euro was b'ro'jslit Zam-Buk is just as good f.--r eczema, piles. ____________p j They (the he said, can- raise crops in rotation. They are _____ DEPARTURE OF POLICE ifar from the sources of fuel and I ulcers, scalp" rinkworm, bolls, varicose ulcers, run- Regina, May special train ;have seen stock go through the will convey the officers and men eating snow, and I have also soenjning sores. It draws all poison and horses of the Royal Northwest and people drinking'alkali water, i foulness from a wound or sore and ,'ed Police from Regina to -Montreal, p" have seen lots of people go out -lorth then heals: Use it too for cuts, burns, I where they will embark for England of Moose Jaw. make lots of money, then come back to the States, opinion is that after a time 'hev tone up weak the digestive juices which are your food properly converted Jr. to brawn and sinew, red blood and activ- braia. SOc. box at your druggist's or from Drug aad Chemical Co. of Canada. 32 Montreal. SMOKING CAUSE OF JCALGARY LAWYER iS VERY ILL N BIG WINNIPEG i r. 10 j en? wiiMrtih't.i, 'Ht; to take narf in the military display on. Bank ofj Winnipeg. Jfay total day. June 22. The train Montreal will a addition in the Central Garage fire is now es-j leaves the C. P. R. station at seven return because they will find and sore places. Excellent "too o-iice iiere. Itimated at and the cause was; o'clock Saturday night and will country almost unlivable. 1 would i baby's bath _ 'aw-1due to smoking. A searching investi-j75 privates and six officers and live in the northwest of All druggists and stores-sell from Ration will be held in view of the folly; horses. Commissioner Perry will ten yeara for the whole of Crja.da.JBuk at 50c box and sJIgWjof .smoking in the presence of quanrpn command. Four ladies, wives of! Senator McCumber here tablet. Post free upon receipt of will accompany the parti-. many of our people are going in-jprice from Zam-Buk Toronto, w. bruises amd all skin injuries. Zam-- Buk Soap should be used in conjunc- tion with the balm for washing for Zara- iscratch oi) his hand. s of gasoline. ;