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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE itBinDGK DAILY 'HERALD M udson s THI flAlOt BiffiUVf onday and Tuesday are a ays o alues Tkis time its an entire day devoted to special items tliat is backed up by a price power ttat means a saving of dollars and cents in addition to our standard of underselling prices, and the group of specials gathered from the various departments are the common every-day needs that appeal to the saving interests of every economical buyer.; Ladies Spring Coats Smart siylos.-made of plain and striped covert; coating, also a in black, and lengths. Those coats are regular from -stf to Your choice for Spring Coat .In all the most np-lo-da'.e styles and colors. 52 and 54 inches loji.ii1; made in sei'ii'es, (.weeds, broadcloths, etc. Si-x- es -J2 tn 42 Inisc. Regular 822.00 coats .Regular -SUUJO coats House Furnishing Dept. r FOR MONDAY 1) TCKSDAY and Special runniiis; ..........90; and S1.10 INLAID viird ...90c to 3 v lU.S, in colix'S tfreen and brown, Kes. SmH-ial .Monday and Tuesday............................S32.50 STAIR STeen. red and brown. S1.2rJ, Sl.5'J, Tuesday, 31.25. Yd. 15 per cent, oft' till hire curtains. Ladies Tailored Suits A few Hues in ladies' tailored, suits, in iweeds, sero-es and broadcloths: these suits are all man-tailored: coats are lined ilii'ou.ii'iioiir silk: some are trimmed with wide silk bra ills; all are up-to-date stylos. Ivciruiar prices and Your choice iiiiii Tiiesdar Ladies' Spring Suits 5 only, ladies'tailored suits, in colors uTeen, navy arid o-ray. These are very, smart and equal in appearance'to a muck higher priced suit. Coats are 26 in. length, lined with good quality mercerized linings: collar and cuffs .are faced TVit-h si 1 k. 1 ar 15 and Sale price OPPOSITION BLOCKED -BILL (Continued from Front Page.) opposition, .and Lennox used heated which he was called upon toJ roir.T.01.. -Dr. ..Cash, iirjred -the 'neces-i for passing the bill to ensure the! r.-vief ni" r.lie farmers in handling- the J season's crop. Jn turn Sobs ft-! Jicr, Oazuybell and Bradbury opposed; adoption ond demanded thai iti WHOLESALE SCAL1 SOME HAD! BIG STAFF OF-DOCTORS'START OUT ON CAMPAIGN IN MONTREAL Hay order to see that trie vaccination law is carried in- land over. The'same men permitted iio effect- eighteen public vaccinators the Canadian Northern guarantee of; win begin ;Tbeir visits' to the-factories to pass.In a Tew hours shops of the city on Monday next c..r. obstruction. for rhe purpose of vaccinating A .STIPULATION. I.N. C.ONTRACTS MADZ BY- THE 'CANADIAN GOVERNMENT Toronto. .Mar Caaa-liari navy is io be throughout so :'ar as possible of Canadian manufacture. This announcement has been made to the exet-uti'.-e council of Canadian Pvlamifacturers Association by '.h-z tar- committee of ihe association, say- Tli 17 A If h IncAlKilA _> range. She sings the high F. in the 'Queen of the Night Aria from "The Magis Flute" with great tonal beanty and clarity. In her appearance as so- loist with the New York Symphony i'a ;Orchestra she has repeatedly used this 'difficult aria, always surprising and de- 'lighOng her hearers with her tech- nique, and reminding some of-them of Mrs. Browning's tribute to an earlier tO Run CO JOHN GRIFFITH !N "FAUST'' AT THE MAJESTIC MONDAY "Faust." that ever popular drama "Whose itne great German poet. Goethe. sHver of Heaven with a ibeen selected for presentation bere, 'spirit-dart.1" jfrom the classic repertoire in which 3iiss Sho waiter's rehearsals for the ;John Griffith and his company is of the Golden West" do not be- ;peariiig this season. an elaborate The Minister of the Interior made a I those who have not been ling thai advices -have been received st to secure ihe. passing of the! wm t.liat'.the conditions of contract II. Up pointed but that it was tbe-' lunn toe .iait j 11 stimulated .hat a big work on the civic surgeons '-----ae lor s- Jr lb tnat and it will take them several desire to secure a com mission ro the elevators during the handling of the coming crop. It was a. matter the farmers of the west, anxious remedied at the) iproduction of _the play will .be given eric shipnian has prevailed upon her a Li in Direction of Fort McMurray despatch anci and the romantic ,Jndl Septemloer, so Manaser Fred- Edmonton, May the hulls of the .vessels, HIP propelling weeks to As Iced if the city nf would; be included in the visits. Dr. !n a established m- ol from Yermiilion, says: The Can.'c.onledV; -A adian Pacific Railway has just corn- jar the .Majestic TJieatre on Monday io accompanv chevalier on his present (next, .May 2i> In addition to so western Canada will have the Jlr. Griffith's present repertoire com- opportunity of hearing this singer, who is promises to be one of the and and Nor- eiiJSHMJs must be Louis Labergre, medical health officer, enrliest moment. Despite the rain- replied lie supposed each depart- would look after the vaccination T1, greajest SOpranoS Of the It was to rank original intention of. the..management survey of a'to presenL .play in the Sask..'in an announcement .was made to; GO TO SCHOOL She will appear with the Chevalier and that the material and the mac ery used in the construction equipment of these vessels must ju JH.UL, H.U ailUUUUCt-'UltlXlL .U ilS iUautS r'nmnvim- ivTiir-h anvdsrc -it- tha llhrnilP'Vi rrt tho PnM T .i'-Q AV11JL11 s til. Hie machm- L0 lue Jl" countrv effect sorne time, it was Lif. tliean.P Saturday Tune Ird m Mdlmeet a line surveyed -.vest from thai majoritv- of local June "rd- st be wo preferred to. a-da witness Jlr. i at the Males- dl. me .vidjca- must stand over. Hon. Fielding regretted the course He had expected the moas- iire" would be non-comentioiis ns if was in the public interests and espec- ially for the west.. As there, was ap- parently no probability of the opposi- tion permitting progress and as hours rmd minutes were now valuable, he re- gretfully allowed it.to stand over. FIRE IN MINE DEATHS FROM PLAGUE Amoy, China, -May 20. Forty-three deaths from bubonic ylaguc and six l isiplay that Mr. Griffith first attained; deaths from small pox are reported (Special to the Herald) -Medicine Hat, May Cree camps near this city are torn by dis- sension. o_ver the arrival here today of Indian Agent Graham, with orders to. require children between the ages of; six and eighteen years to go to school-! Voluntarily. Rainbow, fourteen years] of ag-e, came in to go to school. Alt hort time ago her fattier traded her-j for a horse but the stopped the Indian fathers anil mothers are unable to understand "-then, voice of White .King school proposi- tion and the streets are crowded -heje r today with gaily bedecked most of whom decline to give up their offsprings. Two Interpreters are busy with tlie Indians this afternoon and it is expected that the explanation offer-- ed will result in Indians with the Dominion omcers. 4 VERY LU norta of Cplil honors, nearly twenty years i during the two weeks ending Friday. ds in min' aqo_ He ftt the piece the fisheries of GENERAL ELECTION THIS FALL Fcrnic, May Ledger says On Monday last it was reported that ,1 a lire was burning in No. R mine at, j last when and from information gather-' 'jet! it is in thai part of thc property all the tand St. Paul De .Metis country, [generally known that Lake the country abounds in of all kinds and the fisheries of untiMSDS. since which year he, and the numerous other lakes there ha3 appeared in a- sferies of constitutes a valuable asset of trasedies. attaining a foremost! Country. A portion of the survey :pl.u.p amonjr a comparatively .small i party came to town this week and of lragedians of 'the present; jpons the possibility of a branch v.-ho have achieved true! being run m from tns north to From time to time, how- 0101011011, May of thc big- million and through into the south evfcr lle llas been compelled br the {lost deals closed in Alberta for some (country. is on the main for the piece, to revive A Cincinnati lumber firm may es- tablish a. branch mill at Berlin.- lime past was terminated at Glei-jOf the Winnipeg-Edmonton line of Messrs. John first and really is quoted .as Calgary, May knov.n as 17 chute, 27 jig. seems to be every indication :-i Ivline Inspector F. IT. Shep- ........._______ P. R. Ir is quite possible that and ,-ie and Win. -C'an.pbeil purchased ithe comnleuon of tne big bridge he will play he cattle or the -be C. P. R. will push as Iona- as the public great saying; "the' demon- Iron, Messrs Rvan tlle rouncry a brauch .strare by their patronage that thes-j iiom uie IMUIIH.I -road into iho Peace River district and 5r Fares, of Winnipeg. li is stated along the of tb that a -eueral' with Deputy Robt. Stuachan. that Uic saic consisted 01 between and GreLl, Vast from take pl.ice at the close of the .present session at declared Senator Lough eed. opposition leader in the Sen- ate, who has just returned from Ottawa, to the Herald this mornins'. price jLac jjlt nd Onion Lake country OF SPICE" managers Fraser and Shanks, and the arid 1.000 head and the entire stnfi of officials and petty of-'paid was'in iho neiahborhood of 'inr.o Saskatchewan, a cross conn-1 The pinnant unisical mixture, "fsle ficials. an: using every effort to cope 000.'The Two-Bar from now on will j try line through Yermillion to Cal-'ol' Spice." which is to be produced at the situation, but up to the jbe uiiMzed ciniucly as a horse, ranch, gary. 'the Majestic theatre next Friday and j 1 The arrival nf the survey party in Samrduy, -May iii and 27, contains! town was ihe iutimalion the peo- more distinct song- hits and musical! pie had of ihe plans of the C. P. R. to numbers than any production on the I of sioirig to press we'have nut ,Mr. Ryan, who snenl several days in heard what success has been encctC'l. town last week in the consummation It is the intention, of the company the deal, lei't Sunday afternoon tor to seal up the burning area. the east. The choice of house- wives who discrimin- ate in table delica- cies. For Pies. Cakes and Bread Five Roses Flour is an unbeatable unequalled baking day triumph. Next time order FIVE ROSES. LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO.. which are sure to be whistled and j .hummed by every one. "The Goo Goo CONSTITUTION FOR ALSACE-' LORRAINE iS ACCEPTED Berlin, prolonged bargaining, a committee of the Reish- istag adopted the government's bill I 'providing a1 constitution for Alsace- -Lorraine. The support of the Social-) :'isrs was secured "ov abolishing the_pro- 'posed plural voting. The original iineasiire provided that the lower (chamber should be.made up-of mem- elected by universal suffrage of -5 years old or'over'and that iroters over thirty-five years of have two votes, and those more jt'ian 45 years, three votes. The Clivi-j 'cals were won over by a concession in; it'if matter of religious; freed .mi and SIR WILFRID l.aun'fr on his arrival ar Eus- ton at one o'clock this morn- ERE'S the very thing you'll want this "IDEAL" Harnnio-Couch. You can tell to look at It how much Broomstk-K more comfortable and serviceable it is than the i d saggy, skimpy, shifty half-moon kind. :Has Stmncoaa Jmet "sir WiHYid JiTuV You sung by .'lever Springs, and a Soft, Substantial mattT6SS OH E Steel many others. The com-j frame base. -Covered with heavy tan drill. Strong and roomy- Built for real comfort and good service. Sup- ported by steel frame, or sold separately to hang from porch ceiling. Write to-day for FREE Haaimo-Couch booklet and names of stores where you can see it. sit in it and realize -what a treasure it is. Address our nearest you. Ask for BooklerNo. edy is abundant, music catchy and tuneful, stage settings and costumes j fresh and handsome, the chorus de- cidedly pretty, and the "broilers" Suffered Greatly From ;nappy ]l J dance ovolniions. Ihe book and Heart Trouble. SERVES WERE VERY wrirren by Allen Lowe and Geo. E. Stoddard. while Paul Schindier ;md Ben M. Jerome are jointly responsible for the music. The production was- striped by FTerr Gus Sohlke. to be one of tbp greatest stage directors of the present cfay. 'LIMITED WITH THE CHEVALIER CO. Whfn Edna Blanche ShowMltpr "About five years ago I suffered greatly f'n.ss the rolp of Minnie, in .Mr. Mrs. John Fnrrcll. Rose ijill, P.E.I.. is with the greatest of ?n agreement by- which the Freiic'i pleasure I write you stating ihe benefit jlanguage will .be used otficiaily -t-r-r] I have received by using Milbum's Heart Jin .the schools of these districts ofj and Nerve Pills. ;lAlsprc-Lorraine. where there is French .sptnking population. i from htvurt trouble, and my nerves were aae's great of i j vcry weak. After seeing sevcra] doctors "The Girl of Golden West." i and nsin? their medicine. I no relief 'REMARKABLE SURGICAL FEATJ untji A friend tolcl me of your Heart aprf (Port Chester. X. Y.. Cor. New York! Pills. 1 took two boxes and they j Herald.1) j a complete cure. i After George Kennedy, trpckmas-i 'ter. had a thnmb amputated while; soowing work-men' bow t.o unload rail-! road Yails'from a car yesterday j 'thuiTib bur-] soi e yoa jfrt gtus- "Hamriik-Cwicb." tAout Mom it. rt.i. i.MI .oss than years of aye. K Rtiowaliov is an American si leric.iin frnininjr. anr? i? herself a born norn J can recom- all nervous and of Anieric F dpnnid AmericaT! ?.u- i "I have advissd mary others to try ,dricions. plucky, yot simple, and and tbev have all cured of any "grand airs." She is "f I afiress. her biPlrionie nbib'.y Thc proper action of thc nerves, so j1PPn of her Df-- iea-H.nd then hiisrted into, the office of; innortant ;o the wdS-heing of thc heart, Dr. X. J. Village Presidenl. to'.defends entirdv upon the general con- ;n ar.d in i''iMnn of ihr nervous system If there ChHdren of Bethiehem." In the askec1 derangement di" kind, it is former onem. phf pane the title role bound to produce heart derangement. rtvelve times with preat success, p.nd In Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pill? is in latter she appeared in New treatment that will cure all York and on lo'ir with Walter Dam- as act rosc-h. smpin.c the role of the sheperd is the back on usain." said Jhr physician. i secret of their success in curing so many Me :'nri Mr. Kennedy drove to where j cases of hc.irt and nerve trouble. the accident dus (hej Milburn's Heart and Nerve'Pills arc a niore ibumb. and in place viihjsoc per box. or for Si .25, at all dealers widely known best liked i Ji 2 stitches The physician is confident mailed rlircct receipt of price by The singers. voice is tue injured member will heal. j T. MUbura Co., Limited, Toronto, OaU jColoratura-Jyric soprano, of unusual K in.ff at rhe injury. Dr. Sands "well. the 1 "Oh. happen "Oh that's buried down where i: i in s Hear, ana t appened." Mr. combined treatment that will cu forms of nervous nisorders, as well 1 puess we nad better get lhe hejrt and in lhis j ack on again." said ;hr physician. i secret of their success in curine so j boy in Pienie's a; Miss Sho'ivalt.er become, within season.'-one of I! All Users of Know they make no noise or sputtev, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure." Made by 0. Hdy, Co., limited, Issll, Caiiai Ask your nearest grocer for them ;